Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1960 · Page 3
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July 18, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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MONDAY, JULY 18, i960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE FBI 'COMMUNIST AT LEGION DINNER Thomas A. Younglove, former undercover agent for the FBI, was the featured speaker at the Fifth Division American Legion convention held in Alton, Saturday and Sunday. The audience of over 140 persons at the banquet Saturday night at Hotel Stratford listened intently to Younglove's topic on communism—Staff photo. Betsy Ann Picnic Will Feature Fosterburg Band BRIGHTON — Fosterburg Band, which has retained its identity ;md enhanced its fame as a community musical organization' of several generations' standing, will be featured both nights of the 1960 Betsey Ann Picnic set for Friday and Saturday. Harold Bott. president of| the picnic association has announced, i The band, directed by Matt; Horn, makes frequent appear-; ances in Brighton. The picnic will be staged at the Betsey Ann Picnic Grounds which were recently acquired by: the picnic association. A carnival will supply rides ciurinK the two-! day event and the culinary specialty will consist of burgoo soup, a well-known Brighton delicacy,; Proceeds from the event will be used for Betsey Ann Kire Department and for paying the debt on the picnic.' property. with Terry Nortcutt catching. Eastern Star* BRIGHTON - Brighton Eastern Star Chapter will meet at 8; p.m. Tuesday at Masonic hall. Wood River Students . Attend State School i WOOD RIVER - Four Wood! River Community High School! students returned over the weekend from attending the Illinois' Stale Conservation school at the st;ite fairgrounds near Springfield. Those who made the trip with; their sponsor, Raymond Walker,; high school biology instructor.' were: Linda Stimaman, Inez Walker Kenneth Rich and Bobby Orr. i During their stay, which start-' ed July 10. the students observ-i State Awards $97,932 In Bridge Contracts SPRINGFIELD —The Illinois Highway Division today announced award of a $97.932 contract for erection of three pre- cast concrete slab bridges on Federal Aid Rt. 155 in Greene County. The- bridge will be placed over Scott Hollow creek, Garrison Hollow creek, and Dougal Hollow creek, all southwest of Hillview within three miles. The successful contractor is the Calhoun County Contracting Corp. of Springfield. ed and were instructed in various phases of state conservation work. Mayor to Help Open Stores in WilshireMall EAST ALTON-Mnyor Charles: Vnn Preter. will officially open Iwo new stores m the Wil«hire Mall with special ribbon cutting •eremonips at 10 a.m. Friday "Welcome to the Mall" is the Ihrme of the twri - day PVPMI which will mark the grand op- •nin$r of the Wilshire Pharmacy and the Superior Carpet Co. and welcome the two business places and the relocated public library !o the shopping center on Berkshire boulevard. Free entertainment will be a special attraction and will fea- ure a Square Dancing party on he parking lot Thursday evening with "Ring" Ringering as caller. A concert will be presented by the Recreation Center Playground Band, under the direction of Robert Ifubbard, at 7 p.m. 'riday, followed by a recital by he Jean Fable Dance Studio, at 7:30 p.m. Climaxing the celebration will n ^ the Judging of the Miss Wil-|the Kitzmiller Beauty CoHege hire Mall and Little Miss Wil- j at the Alton Plaza Shopping Cent- hire Mall In an outdoor pro-,er. Kram at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. | Arrangements for the weekend EjHai n Trophies and wardrobes will be j celebration arc under the direc-| Pr valued Alton Firemen Have 2 Fire Call* Sunday Alton firemen responded to two fire rails Sunday. Neither of which caused any damage. The first call was to 610 Anderson St. al 5218 p.m. where brush was being burned. The house is listed as vacant. The second call was to River- |virw Park where some grass was ablaze on the bluff. Fire Chief Jarrtes Lewis said some children apparently had been playing with matches and set the grass on fire. NEW AUXILIARY OFFICERS Elected by Fifth Division Legion Auxiliary Sunday morning at Hotel Stratford were, seated left to right: Mrs. Hazel Trail, Carbondale, vice-president; Mrs. Walter S. Holtgreve, Maryville, president; Mrs. H. K. Schoonover, Salem, historian. Standing, left to right, aref Flora Jane Martin, Sesser, sergeant-at- arms; Mrs. A. N. Nortlnvay, Alton, secretary; and Mrs. A. J. Oenijan, Centraiia, chaplain. Advanced Training Academy of Bogt frailer Stolen i At East Alton EAST ALTON — A boat trail-1 Actium Is an ancient Grecian town where Octavlus defeated Antony in 31 B.C. r ^ $ SAVINGS AHEAD awarded the winning girls and each contestant will be presented a memento of the Miss Mall at contest. A preliminary meeting of the contestant and officials will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the tion of the Mall Businessmen's j f rom Stratton Association headed by Edward Kit/miller Jr. The pharmacy and carpet company stores will both remain open until 9 p.m. Saturday, this week only. SI50 was stolen] Service Station, 446 W. St. Louis Ave., sometime between 6 p.m. Sunday and 7 a. | m. Monday, police reported. Tidal waves are produced by a submarine earthquake. I Valiant Barleffs DOWNTOWN ALTON _ Quality Stores FLORSHEI WILSHIRE VILLAGE EAST ALTON • JALOUSIES • IRON RAILINGS BLAIR HOME SUPPLY State ft Belle (In The Wedge) Phones HO 5-1513 or HO 2-4251 Here 1'rom Venezuela ' BRIGHTON — Mrs. Thomas G. Worley and children, Stephan, Cathi and Jeffrey, arc spending the summer with Mrs. Worley'sj parents. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Bates. They are from Valencia, Venezuela. They will be joined by Mr. Worley at the end! of July. The family will return i to Venezuela in September. Wor ley is connected with Owens-Illi-j nois Glass Co. i Girl-,' Softball i BRIGHTON — Friday night in; girls' softball play Brighton Red Hots, managed by Mrs. Gary St. Cin. lowered a 17-K5 boom on Shipman Sluggers managed by Roberta Schultz. Winning pitcher was Betty Can- and Elizabeth Eddington caught. Jeanie HuckJe- bridge pitched for Shipman, with Terry Mills behind the plate. Wednesday the Green Hornets of Brighton, managed by Betsey Duncan, shaded Brighton Crickets, managed by Mrs. Paul Fenton. 18-17. Mary Kay Schoeberle pitched for the Green Hornets and Sherry Recker was behind the plate. Jill Rice pitched for the Crickets, MONDAY NIGHT SPECIALS ^ ^ selected styles SEARS ROEBUCK AND Co —UNIFORMS 3i95 u From DiitcontinufHl Styles Oreately Reduced A/so '/i Sizes COTTON eUACRON f NYLON • COTTON Tall Sues DOWNTOWN ALTON HO These Prices Good 5 'til 9 PM Only SAVE TONITE! Cotton Percale Reg. 39c Yd. 4y<is. $ ALL ONE PRICE Widths AA to E Sixes 7 to 12 regular// $21.95 to $24.95 A Dress ,c o 11 o n s, broadcloth, percales, everglaze cottons and others . . . the biggest collection imaginable, and such a tiny price! 1 to 10-yd. lengths. Reg. 70c Yd. Wash and Wear Cottons . Reg. 98c Yd. Summer Arnel and Cotton . SELECTED STYLES Width A to D Sixes 7 to 13 $399 1 J • and Final Reduction/ $Q95 $ 1 yf 95 Regularly O to JI4 '-'^< Trouser Greasers 9 for 99° plastic Kuit-bag for borne or (ravel line Reg. D.40 1.88 It'* transparent. You'll find each individual suit easily. Pick it up, bag and all. when ready to travel. Keeps p«a nt» neatly creased. t-°lt adult sizes 4iid child's size .. 10 and up. Buy ;, now at Sears. Skirt Hanger 8 for 1 Sear* exclusive Harmony Home design keep* skim In place. Hook* nickel- plated metal. " Satisfaction guaranteed OF* A15 C or your money back" DJj/\Ivd ALTON Phoiw HO 5-5511 MID SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE! NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MEN'S SUITS-SLACKS-SPORT SHIRTS STRAW HATS-SWIM WEAR-SOCKS ALL AT GREAT SAVINGS. EARLY SHOPPERS WILL GET THE BEST SELECTIONS. DON'T DELAY! Quality Stores CASH ^ CHARQK * LAY-AWAY P. N. HIRSCH ALTON PLAZA • WILSHIRE VILLAGE NORTH ALTON SHOPPING CENTERS MONDAY SPECIAL OPEN TONIGHT TILL lay- A way for Back-to-Schooll $1.98 Value - Boys' Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 6-16 Ginghams, Woven, Not a Print Boys' Washable Cotton PLAY SHORTS $1.98 Value $1.44 $1.59 Value .... $1.22 98c Value 77e Boys' SWIM WEAR $1.98 Value .... $1.33 98c Value 77e Men's Short Sleeve KNIT SHIRTS 3—Big Groups—3 Values to $2.98..$2.22 Valueito $1.98..$1.44 Special Group .... 88e * $ Boys' Short Sleeve Cotton and Knit SPORT SHIRTS I 44 I 22 $1.98 $ Valut $1.59 $ Value MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS 3— BIG GROUPS— 3 Values to $ *% 22 Values to $ if 44 $2.98 t£ $1.98 1 SPECIAL $if GROUP J. MEN'S COOL SUMMER SLACKS $7.98 . $8.98 Values $4.98 - $5.98 Values $3.98 Special Men's Cool Men's Walking SHORTS SWIM WEAR $3.98 Values $2.98 Values $2.98 Value $1.98 Values Now Now Now Now $ 2 8S $ 2 22 Clearing Our Summer Dress Stock I Come Early for But Selections — Broken Sizes from $ a 00 to $ 00 Women's Summer Sportswear/ % OFF! SKIRTS - BLOUSES - SHORTS JAMAICAS • BERMUDAS PEDAL PUSHERS Not All Sites and Styles/ Shop Early Summer Piece Goods! STOCKS MARKED DOWN TO 3 BIO GROUPS Values te Values to Values to 59c Yd. 79c Yd. $1.39 Yd. 3 Y **1 M SHOE OLEARANOE Women's PLAY SHOES—CASUALS FLATS SUMMER DRESS SHOES Value* to $4.99 Men's— Boys' Canvas Casuals Dross Oxfords Vcr/uei lo $3.99 Children's Canvas PLAY SHOES FLATS Valuw to 12.99 $144 SA44 I Md 2 Shop Tonight Till 9 P.M. AT ALL mm SHOWN* OIMTIR

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