Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 8
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July 21, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGfE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1%',) LOST HUMP! One of the t\vo "humps" of this dromedary oil trailer truck broke loose on Highway 16 between Piasa and Shipman at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, with this result. Back trailer hit the ditch, spilled 3500 gallons of road oil. Front trailer and truck continued about a half-block, came to stop at side of the road, later were towed from scene. There were no injuries.— Staff Photo. Ouatoga Indian Dancers To Appear at Brighton At Lockhaven Industry Execs Honor Retiring Terminal Chief Fred Prnnis. president of thp Illinois Terminal Railroad, who will retire from active duty Ane. 1. was shiest of honor at a din•lei R! Lorkhaven Country Cluh U'rdnesday oveninp. attended hy I.'! r\eciiti\pe of industries in the Alton-Wood River area served hy thr ifnlroad. Karl L. Keister, lotmPrU an rwulive of lhr> Al- •ibsrna Stair Docks and Term- •nal Railway at Mobile, uas in- •rodncod ;is Dennis' siin-essor. Illinois Terminal was oissan- i/prl r>ai Iv in the century to *.pi\r- industries in the Allon\Voort Rhor district The railroad has contributed to industrial expansion nrid to the bringing in of now industrial installations. If has tailored its transportation servires to fit the needs of businesses. i In a round-table program. commenls brought out the fact a that, while. Industries provide I he freight revenue on v.hich a railroad irm«f depend to meet its operating expenses, a reolp- rocal exchange is established hy which the industries obtain competent transportation services. Thus, industries can operate at peak efficiency in competitive markets, and both parties in the transaction are benefited. Participants in the discussion included E. E. Powers, L. H. Rutin-worth, A. A. Boyle, f',. r. Cunningham. A. C. Budd. Lawrence Keller .1r.. Paul I-;. Shortal. V. R. Koenig. M. Ryrie Milnor, A. R. (ireen and \V. M. Akin. Tokens of friendship we're exchanged, consisting chiefly ot sample products from industries in the area. Presented in humorous manner were gifts Torch Club's Annual Picnic- Saturday The annual Standard Oil Co. Torch Club picnic is slated Saturday. 8 a.m. to midnight, al the club's grounds near Fosterburg," according to John Bechel- ranging from a bobble pin made of steel Irom Lnclede. lighter fluid from petroleum refineries, to a huge gallon-size water bottle. dor, publicity spokesman. He said the club number* between SOO and 900 members who. with families, ran expect a day of games, fishing, picnicking, carnival rides and the like. Refreshments will be available from stands set up by the club, as well as from the individual picnic baskets brought hy mem- iiers. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the law providing for Philippine independence in 1934. Godfrey Man Gets TV Certification GODFRKY — Robert L. Foster, Rt. 1 Godfrey, has been jcpitil'ied as a qualified technician under a nation wide program benefit the radio-television owning public, It was announced today. Foster was accredited undet a system which requires that a service technician qualify by BRIGHTON — Ouatoga Society Indian dancers will present a program at Betsey Ann Picnic at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Harold Bolt, president of the Betsey Ann Association, announced Wednesday. The annual picnic of the association will be staged Friday and Saturday at Betsey -Ann Park, a tract used for years, for the annual picnics and acquired by the association last year. A carnival will supply a layout of rides for the two-day event and the-culinary department will provide burgoo soup, along with chicken and fish sandwiches and dinners. The annual picnics are staged primarily for the benefit of Betsey Ann Fire Department., a volunteer organization that provides fire protection bulb. within Brighton and in rural areas. Not being a tax-supported group, the organization ana its equipment may go to any area to assist in emergencies. Rotary Anns Meet At Bethalto Home BETHALTO T New president- Mrs. Luella Ne"uljaus, presided at a meeting of the Rotary Anns Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Louise Sheary. Mrs. Dorothy Cain and Mrs. Oma Oetken served as co-hostesses. New committees were named and a schedule for future meet- I. Dr. Myers Heads 1 «/ i i College Public \ Relations Group i 'GODFREY — Dr. Gall E. Myers, vice president of Monticello College, was elected chairman of the communications section of the American College Public Relations Association at an annual conference in Washington, D. C. last week. Dr. Myers will direct the j overall planning program for i seminars, workshops, critical judging services, area and na- Itional conference meetings, and I he ACPRA consulting services. The Communications Section is composed of more than 600 !member college and university; publicity, public relations, and j publications directors. Dr. My-| 'ers was vice chairman of ,th«!| section last year. ! Loving County, in western : Texas, with a population of \ about 230, is the least populated county in the United iStates. ings was announced during the club's business session. Roselee Mull and Nina Henkhaus \von a prize at games played lolloxving the regular business meeting. Jean Cooper was awarded an attendance prize. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. JUST IN TIME FOR PICNICS and VACATIONS ___—•—•"•"•"*""""*"""~" Just Arrived! The Performance Sensation of 1960 in Smaller Pocket Radios 'ZENETTE ALL TRANSISTOR POCKET RADIO DISTIM IIVg STVUM; N « » funriiuntl r*oin*t dttign IB Cl) I r r o 11 c o I D r T»n rotor Gr«*« color. Velio* ooler or Whi« S1.00 DOWN-SLOP WEEK Standard Hone Furnishers Psffcfa* •*S «r Itor •*S*ort 500 E. Iroodway OB*R •M Nltti TIU I The Store That Quality Built Pre-Inventorv • ; Clearance ON THE STREET FLOOR Men'* deck pants, reg. 5.05 Men's boatneck shirts, val. to 5.»B Men's short sleeve sport shirts, Mil to 8.U5 Entire stock men's swim trunks, val. to 5.»3 Entire slock men's knit shirts. val. to $5 Arrow flip front dress shirts, reg. $5 Cromwell white dress shirts, reg. S5 Hathuway white dress shirts, va(. to 8.95 Entire stock men's straw hats, val. to 10.95 Men's Wembley ties, reg. 1.50 and 'i.50 Men's jewelry, val. to $5 , Men's billfolds, val. to $fi Men's gold and silver jewelry boxes Women's swim suits val. to 14.98 w , Women's swim suit*, val. to 17.98 / Women's 2-pc. playsuits, reg. 5.98 Women's blouses, val. to $8 '. Large group sportswear, val. to 14.98 Entire slock women's costume jewelry Summer handbags, val. to 10.98 Women'* nylon alipi and petticoat*, val. to 8.95 ft• 99 and 2.22 2.99 to and 3.99 and 3.99 3.99 3.99 3.99 3.99 3.99 3.99 5.99 JOFF 87C and'1.87 '1.50 2.49 3.99 1.99 ,o 5.99 . 99c t . 5.99 I PRICE 2.22 to 7.99 2.22 to 5.99 ON THE SECOND FLOOR Men'* cotton cord slack*, reg. 5.98 Men's better ulauki, val. to 12.95 Men's all-weather coats, rt'g. •>».»« College shop summer lUite and sportioats White linen sport ooati, reg. 19.95 t , Boy's dress .lack., val. to 5.95 Entire slock boys' »wlm trunks, val. to 3.98 Boy's short sleeve sport third, val. to '!.»8 Boy', thortie pajamas, reg. 3.98 Boj's summer suit* and sporUcoat* Boy'* unllned jacket*, val. to 10.08 Kail suits and kportuoat., val. to SS5 Boy's Hummer tie., \al. to 1.50 Bo>'s bells, broken sites, reg. $1 Boy's cabana »et», reg. «.UH Boy's beueh jacket*, ri-g. S.98 3.99 1*109 and 1.39 19.95 iOFF 14.99 2.69 2.99 to and I. 1.39 .... 1.99 iOFF 4.99 .,'17 Me 86e 4.99 I. "9 ON THE THIRD FLOOR Kntire stork women's spring coat., \ul. to 49.08 Wouldn't, rc« ersihlt' all'Wealiier coals Misw-s' and halt »!/« dresses, val. to tt.98 Junior aud mis»es dresses, val. to SB.HK Cleuruiicf of women's brai, \ al. to 5.95 Women's garter built, r*>g. fit Girl's hlouktt*. val. to S.ttH tiirl'k drrtkft, tal. to lti.98 Entire stock girl'. sjtriag coats (Varaiicr famuut nutke »uortkwear, val. to 5.9* Ctaarauot) girl'* »uim »uil«, val. to 5.95 Girl's atirllau topper*, val. | 0 12.9K i PRICE Ml 3.99 I. to Open FRIDAY 9 KM. to 9 P.M. 1,99,. 2,99 •2«, 8.99 , i PRICE . 1.28 to 4.99 2»99 and 6i99 to using adequate test equipment Kosirr i* associate with Forter jnd facilities, have an adequate TV. ^ _, _ investment In business, and H, - Tflp prPSI rte n tial o«th Of Office quire character endorsement iwHS Administered to Calrtn among other pre-requisites. oioliriRr in 1923 by hl« fattfcr, The certiffc-atInn is df-iKii"t1 ,i,,hn Cn»lidgf, a justice Of the as a protection to the i>ubli< pp fl cc. The Store That Quality Built swirl into your Summer « Holiday in the "Sportster" Shopping in town or traveling across the continent . . . you'll feel "just right" in your checked "sportster" with a pleated skirt and boxy jacket! Will wear beautifully right into crisp fall days . . . Charcoal arnel in sizes 5 to 15. 11.98 junior shop • third HOOT Open Friday—9 a.m. to 9 p.m. JULY SALE MEN'S SUITS Summer's only half-over—plenty of hot weather still ahead—and here's your chance to invest in a cool summer suit that will last you many seasons—for a lot less than that suit would have cost you in June! A wide choice—no picked- over merchandise, but a truly fine selection . . . 29.99 suits that formerly sold to 39.95 33.99 suits that formerly sold to 55.00 39.99 suits that formerly sold to 49.65 49.99 ghauts suits that formerly sold to 59.50 This great sale group includes our entire regular stock of famous name wash and wear suits plus suits specially pur* chased for this event! Nothing has been held back!!! Included are dacron and rayon, dacron and wool, dacron and cotton, and kodel and rayon- Many colors, many patterns, all sizes and all styles. MM'I C/o/iiog—«t««fld Moo? V-* ~ sale Handmacher and David Crystal Suits Up tO l /2 Off values to 79.98 Usrveloui examples of thcst fsmoui nmm in women's fuhioni MM bf yours at tremendous livings! Unique styling in the •UhoueUsf you lovt.... fitted or ttouVitted or boxy in two and thrte'pitot ityltf . . . Navy, black 406 loloit. MUMS and ba womtn'i tuiti • 3rd floor

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