Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
Page 16
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THURSDAY, JULY 14,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOE Carllnvllte CARLINVILLB - Aramd the Public Sgocm" was the Subject of an atfanss by Past President £*Jfiby ft. Boring nt the regular meeting of t hf Carffeivilte Lions' Club Tuesday night In tt. Mary's Mall. Hie speaker reported that Car- llnvllle was noted as a lively town 40 to SO years afb. Stores stayed open from six hi the mornjng until late at night, tt was a theater town and drew big crowds on Saturday night. There wre four or five dances In the town every Saturday evening. Me started with the present business on the southeast corner and went around the square describing the businesses and their owners 45 van ago/ Boring also presided as the installation officer for the new I960- 61 Lions' Gub slate of officers and directors. The following new officers and directors for the year were installed at the ceremony: Dan Pressler, president; Leo Breithaupt, five vice president; John Conklin, second vice president; Robert Whltby, third vice president; Byron Stauffer, secretary-treasurer; Ralph Peterson, tail twister; Gene Thompson, lion tamer; John Russell, Don Cairns, new directors, and M. E. Hebron and John Dwyer, holdover directors. The program chairman, Wilson Neubauer conducted a recognition program in which Marvin Woods was presented a 15-year perfect attendance award. The past presidents of the local club were also cited in the recognition ceremony. Louis Caiverd presided at the meeting. Seeks Damage* j CARLINV1LLE - Sidney F.| Crane of Gillespie Is eeking $l,-j 000 da mags to his car and for be- ! .ing deprived of the use of his! car, in a suit on file in Macoupin ; County Circuit Court against' John Nemish of Gillespie as the) result of an automobile collision j on July 2, 1959, which occurred! one mile south of Gillespie on Rt. 4. The biQ states Walter J. Stemplowstd was driving the Crane automobile at the time of the accident The first ambition of John L.j Sullivan, world heavyweight cham pion. was to be a plumber or tinsmith. AUGUSTA, Main* IP - Th* braver, wtlc** peK beearrft Bta ttfcally frthrtftwatytinlrto tarl? Colonial days, is still an important Maine natural resource. Trtpptn htVt rlcftvtd IWO,000 to $290,000 annually hi recent ywri for pelts. Although tush- mimtfcr Is only around a third of the estimated came, fhe ' ti(§enlcu§ still fwwn ft> t*J dealt ttfth when their dams plug culverts and flood roads. But the dams, ranging up to too.oon when the white men in feet Mgh and 900 feet long also provide anturai soil and water conservation; favorable habitat for fish, waterfowl and ofher animals; and water supplies farmers have used for livestock tti drought. The ponds NOBODY BEATS CARSON'S SPECIAL TRADE-IN DEALS, GET MORE AND SAVE MORE 6-DIAMOND SET ••DIAMOND •RIDAl SIT 74IAMONO •RIDAl SIT $ 159 SO $ SO II SO 129 II.U Weekly US! RAM-IN II,M Weekly IMS TtAOMN AILOW ANCt $9950 ••Dutiful mocUrn ityle matching 14k gold ring*. Trad* and iov» I your erteHf. 10.DIAMOND BRIDAL SET '174 SO SAMSONITE LUGGAGE From I ESS TftADMN ••^•••i^HHHH FREE — Triple Protection Insurance Policy. NO MONEY DOWN provide refuge and aquatic plant feed for rrwow atro deer, which also feed on browse material sprouting from stumps of trwet the beavers fell. READ Te1««r*»fl WAN? ADS MftY King Pumiphot Aduldet of Thailand says "the U. S. Is half my motherland." Me was born hi Cambridge, Maaa., 4iMNi hh father was attendtnt Medical School. Pcru/'s Fabrfci firing* Vou Soring* in GREATER ALTON SUMMER BARGAIN DAYS HIRE It YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE ON QUALITY FAIRICS. WE HAVE TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SHIPMENTS OF STYLISH NEW FALL FABRIC!, FLOCKED NYLONS 39" Wdo Rea. 1.19 ^f t« C Yd. Spring - Knight BROADCLOTH Solldi md Printed Reg, 89e and 6*c 2' £$ 1 Embroidered 1 COTTON SATINS AND BATISTE Reg. to 2.29 Yd. Open An Account LACES AND BRAIDS Large Selection in While and Colors c mm •Iv/Xv'- Ladles or Gent* EXPANSION WATCH BANDS i ».M . M Value *' lOWIST PtICf EVER! Man's or Lady's 17-Jew«l WATCHES ELGIN 1.00 WMkly I No Money Down 195 YOU SAVE MORE AT ALTON'S DISCOUNT STORE Values to 49e Yd. Prinitd COTTON SATINS In Btmttfiri Patttnti Reg. to 1.39 'Yd. ; RAW SILK AND VISCOil LININ Crease Resistant and Washable 59 Rea. 1.91 Yd. EXTRA SPECIALI DRAPERY FABRICS In solids and moderns Reg, to 3.4S UPHOLSTERY FABRICS Reg. to $8.85 ........Yd. 'Yd. BELTS Leather, Sued* and Parent 24" - 28" length |C Reg. to 3.9S Each Drip Dry COTTON PRINTS Rtf. to 1.4f YOII4S, IATISTIS Aflfl Mvny •MVVr PtMvvlCS All Crease ftesisfanf Roo.. 1,4t Yal, BEDFORD. CORD TWILL AND CORD 42" - 45" Wide Reg. to 1.39 Yd, BUTTONS IN ALL COLORS USE OUR LAY-A-WAY WE HAVE ALREADY A REAL LARGE SELECTION OF CORDUROYS IN SOLIDS AND PRINTS WITH MATCHING COTTONS, WOOLENS IN SOLIDS, CHECKS AND PLAIDS, DAN RIVER AND STEVENS COTTONS, COATINGS AND TRANSITION COTTONS. PAUL'S Fabrics 206 State St.. ALTON—Dial HO 2-9022 110 N. State St.. JERSEYVILLE—Phone 711 July is Trade- in - month at STANDARD! up to $ 5075 • For Your Old LIVING ROOM SUITE on purchase of our new suite (from $149.95). • For Your Old WASHING MACHINE on purchase of any new Automatic (from $199.* 95). • For Your Old REFRIGERATOR on purchase of any new Refrigerator (from • For Your Old ELECTRIC RANGE on purchase of any new Range (from $189.95). • For Your Old TELEVISION on purchase of any new TV Set (from $188.00). • For Your Old BEDROOM SUITE on purchase of any new new Suite (from $129,95), '10" S 25 $ 8--'10 '20-~ $ 35 '15»'25 '15 '25 S 10-'20 • FOR YOUR OLD CHAIR OR ROCKER on the purchase of any new Chair (from $29.95). • FOR YOUR OLD MATTRESS on the purchase of any new Mattress (from $29.95). • FOR YOUR OLD DINETTE on the purchase of any new 5 or 7-Piece Dinette (from $59.95). • FOR YOUR OLD SOFA BED on the purchase of any new Sofa Bed or Hide-A-Bed (from $79.95). • FOR YOUR OLD WRINGER WASHER on the purchase of any new Wringer Washer (from $99.95). • FOR YOUR OLD 9x12 RUG on the purchase of any new Rug (from $39.95). MONEY DOWN! YOUR TRADE-IN WILL COVER DOWN PAYMENT WE NEED USED FURNITURE FOR OUR EXCHANGE STORE NEXT DOOR .. * We will also allow you $2 for any bookcase. $5 for any desk, $2 for any table. $3 for any bed, for any chest. $2 for any dining room chair. $2 for any record cabinet. $5 for any buffet. $5 for any dining table f $5 for any wardrobe, $5 for any bed spring. $5 for any glider, $5 for any crib. $2 for any high chair, $2 for any lamp, $5 for any radio. $2 for any Iron. $2 for any toaster, etc. ^.••^^^.^•iit^^gs^i^^^sMB^^^sflB^l^^^B^l^.^BB^a^HB^Ba^lB^l^.sflB^iBi^sdB^BBS^HB^lja^B^s^^s^l STANDARD Home Furnishers CARRY OUR OWN ACCOUNTS HERE.... NO FINANCE COMPANIES Plenty of Free Parking At Rear of Store 500 E. BROADWAY DIAL HO 5-4205 Open Friday Nlte Till Nine Other Evenlngi by Appointment TO DEAL WITH. 4

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