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

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH JPAGE FIFTEEN 4-H Winners Announced at (JreeneFair CARROLL-TON - With the f-xwplion of llvrsfwk. Ihr tt« of Givme County al 4-11 club members at the Greene County Fnlr were judged Tuesday, will) most of the Judging being done by Roscoe Randall, Calhoun County Farm Anthony Jones, all of Carrollton. Top rating winners hi handicraft, which was five articles made In the rut-rent year, were Robert Devenlng and Robert Hannrken of FOme; Paul Raw. Carrollton; Don Munt/. Carolyn jsteinacher ami Lroim Gorddy oi Carrollton; Mm.x \AM Piper. Roodhouse: LralhH Goode ami Alice Lorton. Greenfield Winners in hjiiidinaft. IJTIT ar ttiele. were Robrrt Drvwing an<l Robert Hanm-kcn Isane; Mary Li ill Piper IliKifJhoii*-: Paul Rmve, Don Muni/. Carolyn Steinacher, Mikf Card i I/POTIB (joed- day, Joanne Frank Carrollton. Ing winners were Shirley K. 1 house; Charles Lorton, Green-1 Cat-dwell, Roodhouse, Robert Harmeken. Kane and Carole Byland. Carrollton. with a display field. A rating winners In plate ofj one variety were Agnes RoWn- ° f P ""!IL . Wi ^ in , g ^"n'W K«ne. Dale Ford. Hillviewi werr owned by Shirk-y Cardwpll. .... «, . . i Ronffrauw, Robert Hennehen.! and W » ltcr »«<*••*. «-htto Hall:, Kane, and Cnrole Byland. Car-|Murl Goode and Oarold Haver-: rollton. With a pen of chicken*, j field. Greenfield. A rating win-' A rattng winners were Shirley inrrs with a btrucnjet of ffny varlo K. Canto ell. Rnodhmise, and'ty were Robert Devenlng. Ag- Carole Byl;md Carroll ton. Rob-ine* Robinson. Jean Mnry Wehr- ert Hanneken won A rating in ly. Kane: Richard I/iuis Ford, egc pttKluction. Winners of A rat-;Charles b>i1on and David Ford. lng« with H display of rabbits 1 Greenfield; Lucy .lanr Strang. were Neala Raye Martin, and!\Vhlte Hall: and Carole Byland. CameH I Copley of White Hall: Carrollton Winners with a mixftd Rolrert Hanneken Kane; Floyd i bouquet, any variety, were ftob- Advlser and former assistant Bobby Thaxton, Lc.-Hlia Goode and Anthony nnd John Anthony. Ruod-;ert Devening, Barbara Hanne- farm adviser in Greene County. Charles tx>rton, Greenfield. Win- house. In the 4-H Club miscellaneous deportment, Bob Byland. Carroll- ners in photography were Susan ton. won an A rating In entomolo-lLawson. Murrayville and Ronald E. Wehrly, Knur; Rachel Jane (Ings with a plate of five or 'ken. Kane, and Alice Lorton, and In the garden display A rat-.Charles IxH-ton, Greenfield. Dis- gy; Paul Rawe, Carrollton, an A rating In Forestry: Ronald Arms, Greenfield, A soil improvement. Arras, Greenfield. Winners In wildlife conservation were Ron- rating Inlaid Arras, Roger Arras and Larry Means, Greenfield and Jean Winners of A ratings in eleetrj. Wehrly, Kane. Roger Arras won more vegetables were won by Karen Sue Maxwell Carl D. Richards, Garold Haverfleld. While Hall; Dale Ford, Hill- play of five or more bouquets, Barbara Hanneken. and -'ean Wehrly. Kane: Blllie Haverfield. White Hall. Larry Mears. Greenfield. Gardening Indoors view: Robert Hanneken, Kane: A rating winners were Vicki Dennis Dawdy. Patterson; Larry'Hires, and Joanne Frank. Car- CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. William tilery of Fieldnn, are the parents of a son born I Tuesday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. Entering the hospital Tuesday were I^eonard Shaln of Jerseyville. George Thaxton of Greenfield. Mrs. Ethel Parker and Miss Peggy Birdsonu nf Oir- rollton Mrs. Vallfe Dickinson Carrollton entered the hospital \Vcdncsda\ and dismissed \Vcd nesday was Mrs. Opal Malin of F'.oodhousc. 1tioiiin« t-'itnernl CARROLLTON — Ku ne ralj services for Mrs. Zclda Thomas, i wife of Clark Thomas, \vere conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Mehl Funeral Home by the Rev. Percy Clark. Pallbearers were Ward Hobson. William Hohson. John Voiles. Ben I^ake Jr., Frank Reynolds and Dean Martin. Burial was in Carrollton city ceme- ALTON PLAZA - NORTH ALTON — WILSHIRE VILLAGE * DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER nc-y uere Gory Kane. Ixwiard an A rating In farm concrete. fBallairi and Linda Ballard. Car- ; rollton: and Maralee Goeddey. Lwma Goeddey and 1 In t*e poultry division A ral-|rollton: Dean Bamett, Rood-'Greenfield. of Victor Pas Eslenssoro is president of Bolvia. i'^«3 »• f**l > -hi* \,. %aJ- AT CARRETT'S f l : -I P AI m i . ,i r •^1 '••:• fe;-,:1 ^#/i&U0i rf4Zfa£'ww&L> ^1 BARGAIN MS FRIDAY • SATURDAY PM "$$$ >ti?awi P|K«|* &&f;4 mm ^m fy'"&~-i wiM-' .i ("fj *+'.. 1 "1 T ?! ^^S III P^ PI LAST 2 DAYS OF WILDEST PRICE-SLASHING MONEY-SAVINQ HOME FURNISHINGS EVENT IN OUR HISTORY SURPLUS WAREHOUSE STOCK SELLOUT Prices have been cut below all sensible reason ... Way below ANY compe- tion... To sell and move out the surplus inventory crowding our store and warehouses. JUVENILE BARGAINS Baby Door Swing Training Walker Training Chair Bassinette with Legs Wooden High Chair Full Siie Play Pen 1.98 3.79 3.89 4.79 6.87 9.85 10 PIECE LIVING ROOM GROUP JKxtn comfort.' Extra Beating:! Extra savings! Spa-1 I clou* iiofa and chair in hl-plle fabrics with comfortable I I occasional chair, or 3-plece sectional if you prefer, Iwl off with end tables, cocktail table, 2 colorful I pillows, matching table lamps «ith your own choice ] I of colors and finishes. ALL 10 PIECES SLASHED HOME FREEZERS Vour choice of large 12 cubic foot chest type NO ROE HOME FHEEZER — or If you prefer, a 400 Ibs. capacity upright 10 cubic foot home freezer. Either will *lore meats, vegetables and other foods all year al sub-zero flavor pro- lerting-tenderizing temperatures. 197 6 Yeor Baby Crib $14.97 Pluf Hundreds of Other Baby Items Priced Low for Clearance! TREMENDOUS SELECTION FROM OUR STOCK OF DIVAN & CHAIR AND SECTIONAL SUITES ALL REDUCED TO BARGAIN PRICES. 155 ALL SIZES — IN BOTH CHESTS AND UPRIGHT FREEZERS — SLASHED FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE. 400 TO 80* POUND CAPACITIES. BEDDING ENSEMBLE With Quilted lnner*|>ring MattreM Hundreds of resilient spring colls cushioned with layer upon layer of downy cotton quilted for extra durability from cover all the way thru to the coll spring. Exclusive Scrta fancy print cover. ALSO BARGAIN PRICE MISMATCHED BEDDING. ASTOUNDING QUALITY FOR LOWEST POSSIBLE COST. DINETTE SETS 5-PIECE DINETTE j Extension table with lour chairs. | Chrome or bronzetone DROP-LEAF DINETTE Uirey or blond beat resistant woodgrain tops. large 30" x 48" table wllh matching chairs LARGE 7-PC. DINETTE I Big 80"x60 extension table in grey or tan with six large extra-sturdy mulching chairs. BED DIVAN SUITE *38 97 Majteg '44 7fl >66 87 Complete With Innerspruig Mat trews Full double bed size. Comfortable seating with reversible foam cushions — beautiful fabric to give 0 years of wear. Fine styl- S* ing to go with any room decor. 155 Score* of Fine Dinettes to Choose . Reduced for Immediate Sale. All ALSO COMPLETE SELECTION OF ALL TYPES OF CONVERTIBLE SOFAS REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE. RADIO - PHONO TV Antenna . . . 4-Tube Table Radio 4-Tube Clock Radio 3-Speed Phono . . 6 Transistor Radio. Automatic Phono . |7 >v Portable TV . - TV $1.39 $12.88 $18.87 $23.76 $26.93 $49.97 $98.93 10 PIECE BEDROOM GROUP I A lull lied room of lo\ely ilirniture thut will last lor I years, complete with bedding . . . iiiiierspriiig mat. treu>, spring, pillows, and bedspread included and! you choose jour accent colors as well as style and [ finish of handsome modern double dresser bedroom I suites with matching chest and full size bookcase | bed. ? lovely vanity lamps included ' YOU WILL BE MOST PLEASED AT THE EXTRA LARGE SELECTION OF SBPERATE BEDROOM SUITES ALL SLASHED TO MONEY-SAVING BUYS. 155 MISCELLANEOUS 6 Household Sponges 66c Smoking Stand 88c '/j Gal. Picnic Jug 96e Ironing Pad It Cover 96e 18x27 Wool Rug ?9c 21x17 Framed Picture $1.17 Picnic Ice Chest $5.93 Battery Portable TRANSISTOR RADIO With Telw»<»op» Antenna Small Deposit Holds for Fuluro Dolivery Door Opens at 9 A.M. - Early Shoppers Get the Best of Our Complete Color Selection. All the Credit You Need for Your Purchases Long Easy Terms - We Do Our Own Financing LEGIONNAIRES General Electric STEAM ft DRV IRON *9" C'usli 'n Carry til 2 Nit tote LINOLEUM RUG * Ei|l« Stamps Your Ixtro •emu J'lustU; Cou surface Gatb 'u (Jurry 'FURNITURE co. U Wett Ireadwey — Alto*, III. Uuoolu-llouglttii Hurkiug Sijuure Phone: HOworo 1 24074 Oiliviry f*|«y Tirni if. Opin Frldiy Mlf lti Until S P.M. Heavy COTTON MATTRESS Full ur Twin IRSCH Men's STRAW HATS MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 3—BIG GROUPS—3 Values to $2.98 Values to $ 4 44 $1.98 1 SPECIAL $ GROUP MEN'S COOL Values to $«f 00 $1.98 Ji MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS 3—BIG GROUPS—3 Values to $O 22 Values to S * 44 $2.98 4 $1.98 X SPECIAL OOr GROUP OW** MEN'S COOL SUMMER SLACKS WALKING SHORTS $7.98 . $8.98 Values $ 6 44 $4.98 - $5.98 Values *A 44 MEN'S $3.98 Special* $3.98 Values Now $2.98 Values Now '2" $ 2 SWIM WEAR HALF PRICE! MEN'S CABANNA SETS $2.98 Value Now $O33 $1.98 Values Now S- 33 Now $3.98 Values $Ooo 2 Boys' Short Sleeve Cotton and Knit SPORT SHIRTS $1.98 $444 Value X $1.59 $<fl 22 Value X Lay-Away for Back-to-School! $1.98 Value - Boys' Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 6-16 Ginghams; Woven, Not a Print. Boys' Washable Cotton Boys' PLAY SHORTS $1.98 Value $1.44 $1.59 Value $1.22 98c Value 77e SWIM WEAR $1.98 Value $1.33 98c Value 77e Clearing Our Summer Dress Stock I COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS - BROKEN SIZES - 4 PRICE GROUPS 0.00 Clearing Women's Summer Sportswear/ SKIRTS • BLOUSES • SHORTS - JAMAICAS - BERMUDAS - PEDAL PUSHERS Not All Sizes \L ft T f | and Styles/ Shop Early /3 V • r • SUMMER GIRLS' HANDBAGS and MILLINERY */2 OFF! SUMMER DRESSES OFF! Clearing of Summer Piece Goods! STOCKS MARKED DOWN TO 3 BIG GROUPS Values to 59c Yd. Values to $1.39 Yd. C Values to 79c Yd. 1C JULY SHOE CLEARANCE Women's PLAY SHOES-QASUAIS FLATS SUMMER DRESS SHOES VaJuei to $4.99 Men's—Boy'i Oinvai Casuals Droii Oxfords Values to 13.99 Children's Canv«i PLAY SHOES FLATS VoJuei to 12.99 $133 to $2^ $2°° - ( 2 M

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