Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 12
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July 14, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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THURSDAY, JULY 14,1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE iHiHlIs,JbN Robert ftatton. wlm h*d a patent on stCHm navigation and other boat experiments, also painted miniature portraits. A caravel Is a light-tonnage ship, originally a flee vessel of Spain and Portugal in the 19th Century. BARGAIN Oil Union to Set Demand Deadline Our Remaining Stock of CASUAL DRESSES •7*V3S" COTTON BLOUSES Vcriuti From vcnuei prom ^ / A MM '2*T. $ 3" *AOFF Not All .Sizes / 4H? SPECIAL GROUP — WELL KNOWN BRAND • GIRDLES 1 / • BRAS 72 OFF Values /rom 2.50 lo 518.50. Not all sizes. Khouryburger Day Tickets Selling Well WOOD PJVER — Response In the advance sale of tickets for KhouryburRer Day Saturday hos been excellent, it was reported today by John Mellott, president of the Jaycees, sponsors oi the event. Advance sales will continue Special Group of Hosiery Well Known Irandi Seasonal Shades Values roS1.65 20S W. THIRD ST. OVER GRANT'S Room 307. MBS. ETNA CAROTHKRS, Owner HO 2-9011. Open Every Friday Till 9 P.M. through Friday evening with Jaycees, Mrs. Jaycees. and young athletes of the Khoury League teams working in down» town Wood River and neighbor- Ing towns through the early eve- nine hours. Tickets will also be available Saturday. Ken Gimmy. ticket chairman, stated. The fifth annual Khourybur- ger Day will start at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Blevins Root B«er Stand on Wood River avenue and continue until 1 a.m. Sunday. Proceeds will be used to help finance the baseball program for youngsters throughout the community, including improvements of the Jaycee ball diamond. Paul Palermo is general chairman and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Emerick are in charge of manpower. Jaycees and Mrs. Jaycees will serve as carhops. A $15 cash award and attend- meeting, ance at the Cardinal baseball: game at Busch Stadium, St. I Louis, will be awarded as the prize for the Khoury" League team selling the most tickets in the advance sales, Gimmy has announced. A $10 cash prize will be presented to the runners- up and $5 each to the third and fourth place teams. ' OKS to Meet WOOD RIVER — Past matrons and past patrons of the local Order of Eastern Star Chapter will be honored at the I 7:45 p.m. formal meeting of the chapter tonight at the Masonic WOOD RIVER - A deadline datP for oil Industry to meet union demands "or else" will be set at a coalition meeting of union officials set for Aug. 5, it was decided at an Oil and Allied Unions Conference meeting in the Mineral Springs Hotel Wednesday. David Grieve, secretary treasurer of the OAUC, said Wednesday's meeting set the date to unite union officials of oil industries throughout the midwest, southern gulf coast states and the Chicago- Wood River Names Rotary New President WOOD RIVER Alvln K. Slolze was named president of Rotary Club during n meeting of the club board of directors; Wednesday night. ! Stolze, who has served ns vice-1 president of the organization for] the first two weeks of the cluhj fiscal year, will fill the vacancy! created by Louis Buffer-worth,: who is being transferred in hi«' employment from the Wood River • area in the next three to six months. i Buttenvorth, who has served HIM* School Cl««e» !Rev. Edwin H. Grant, pastor, WOOD RIVER — A demon-1has announced, stration program and open! Pre-srbool and primary de- house at the First Methodis' paitments will present a pro Church Friday evening will gram of songs and pledges to mark the closing of the annual the American F4ag, Christian Great Lakes areas for a deadline a * new P«»Mwt <™ «he past to meet union demands. The coalition meeting will be held either in St. Louis or Memphis when union officials representing approximately 25,000 to 30,000 oil industry employes will set the date. "It could mean a large shutdown of oil industry throughout th« entirr midwest, Grieve told the Telegraph. Efforts are also still being made to unite eastern and western state Independent oil industry unions, making the coalition of even greater strength in negotiating for union demands. The OAUO alone represents approximately 9,000 employes of 14 affiliated unions in Greater St. l,ouis Area including refinery, pipeline and bargeline oil industry workers. two weeks, tendered his resig-j nation, which was accepted by. thf board. Sid Cahoon was named to fillj the office of vice-president. i In other business, the board j voted to change the present 1 form of electing officers to «he| boftrd and make it a staggered Brrrangement whereby three members are elected each year. H has been the practice to elect tht full board of nine members at one time. Approval was also gianted to increase the board membership from nine to ten. Tjie board gave approval of John Stetson far membership and he will be officially inducted at the regular meeting j Monday. daily vacation Bible school, the,flag and Bible at 6:30 p.m. SUMMER CLEARANCE LADIES' APPAREL 20% to 40% OFF SUMMER DRESSES SKIRTS, SHORTS JAMAICAS, SWIMSUITS T-SHIRTS Temple, Mrs. Charles Corzlne, worthy matron, has announced. They will be entertained at a 6:.'{() p.m. dinner preceding the ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS, If not delighted with STRONG, In- Btant-drying T-4-L. your 48c back at any drug store. Watch Infected skin; slough off. Watch healthy skin re Save now on Hoi Weather woman's clothingl Also reduced: Entire stock oi Girl*' Summer Dresses and Swimsuits. Sites 3 to 14. Wilshire Village and Alton Plaza Open Fridays, Mondays, TU1 Nine. Work books, mosaics, colleRe<i|the open house which will M- of the parables of Jesus, and 1 tow. Parents and friends Oi th* posters will be displayed during students.are Invited. GLAMOROUS RINGS Glamour *n glitter for four fingers in this scintillating selection of costume/and dinner rings! Brilliant simulated birth stonet . . . milky, make-believe petrli ... set in gold toned or simulated rhodium metals! Most rings a* just to fit all. fingers. * plus tax West Third Street in Downtown Alton THE STORE THAT QUALITY BUILT OLD FASHIONED - *M»f BARGAIN DAYS '•' caw place It. Itch and burning are gone! I TODAY at Thrifty Drug Co. Lightweight... Bedford Cords in many colors! SHOP... FRIDAY SATURDAY Special Rack LADIES' SHOES Values to 58.95 • Heels • Straps • All-Season Styles • Canvas Play Shoes $199 SAVE VeJaee to Slimming knits, sleek lastex to the most exciting group of tne piece styles ever! Some tven include the perfection of an uplift bra ,.. they're JH$ i MOST GLAMOROUS SWIM- I SUITS you've ever worn ... \ and what bargains! , Black, white and striking colon an ail included. Sizes 32 to 3S. •wim lulti,,, Street Float Special Rack LADIES' BLOUSES Values to $5.98 HERE'S WHERE YOUR DOLLAR LOOKS BIGGER ... GOES FARTHER ... BUYS MORE! FRIDAY • SATURDAY GflT€lVS DEPT STORE 208 We»t 3rd St., Alton' MEN'S Long-Sleeve WHITE DRESS SHIRTS Many Famous Brands - Nationally Advertised . . . Values to $5.00 Men's BLUE CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS $1.69 Values 3_'3" WHILE THEY LAST! DOWN loiy Payment! To Suit YOUR •utfttJ GflTCIV DEPT STORE SHOP FRIDAY NITE You'll SEE TOP VALUES AT "DOLLARS OFF" OUR REGULAR PRICES Men's Special Rack DRESS AND CASUAL SHOES Values to $10.95 • 00 $e< Take Your Pick 9 Ladies' MILLINERY, 1 3 OFF Ladies' PANTIES 3 For SHEET BLANKETS $1.29 Value THROW RUGS 20"x3l" 24"x40" $00 If Imported STRAW RUGS UNTIL Q P.M. We Give ind Redeem EAQLE STAMPS 2MW, Cosh or Charge 24"x40" S9c IRONING BOARD .COVER * PAD SET $1.98 V«lue .... Pllltit , , , PIONIO IUNOH KIT Colored. •...

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