Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 27, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, J%0 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THKEK Calhoun Bureau To Make Trip will Include n visit to the Macoupin County court house and the I county jail, both of historical in- Thp group has been Invit- guests for a tour of the fo •t. nr ,» . Prnirir Farm Creamery, and a HARDIN-Mr* Luella Magnlff. , vrisjt to thf , ( . ampus o , Blackburn recreation rhninnan of Calhoun'Collrgp. County Home Run-mi. has an- Uuents will provide (heir own nounced thnt a trip to (.'arlinville. transportation. Mrs. MaRiiire said, is being planned for all Home and it is su«Kested that picnic Bureau mfinhrrs and tlvir fami- lunches br packed for the noon lies and friends on Thursday The uroup will leave the Aug. 11. The tour of ("aHinv-illr- 1 Farm Bureau building at 8 a.m. on the mormnj? of the tour. A« H will be necessary to make reservations for the various visits, those who plan to go are to notify the office of the home adviser by Aug 5. ftarffln ftotea HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs A B. Richardson of Solomon. Kan., and Mr. and Mrs Clifford Pyles and Betty and Sonny of St. Louis, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. H. I,. \Vhit\vorth of Ham j HARDIN - Mr. and Mrs Carl burg. The Richardson*, cousins I Squirt- .li and children. Sherry of Mr. Whitworth. were returning to their home from a vacation trip east. David Martin of Clayton. Mo. is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs William Whitworth o* Hamburg The Calhoun-Greene 8 A *) organization \vas entertained Friday niifht at the home of Mrs. H I. Whitworth of Hamburg. Inmtlv Reunion and Dickie of Paris. Calif., who are visiting Illinois relatives, were guests of honor at a family reunion Sunday afternoon at the home of Squier's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Clifford Bennett in Hardin Tin- pvent also served as a farewell party for Mr and Mrs Audr> (iress and sons who will leave Thurs- thcir home in Kf- .t.* a birthd.'u ob 104 W. Third ML, Alton HO 6-8851 l/ie our «asy credit plan. No money down. Take up to 24 months lo pay. END-OF-MONTH CLEARANCE! Clearance Of Ladies' Dresses Values to 6.99 Values to 10.98 Values to J4.98 S7 S9 Tremendous savings on fine quality fabrics in new summer styled fashions. All sizes. Come in and try them on. Reg. 6.98 Twosome Bedspread * Twin or double sizes in bedspread and blanket combination. Machine washable. 3.99 Reg. to 3.99 Men's Swim Trunks Boxer or brief styles in sizes 30 to 44. Buy now and save. 1.44 Reg. (o 2.99 Boys" Walk Shorts Solids, stripes and plaid in washable cottons. Sizes 6 to 18. 1.99 Reg. to J.99 Wall Pictures Several sizes in colorful scenes. Gold or black frames. 88c Reg. (o 1.19 yd. Cotton Fabric Special group includes ginghams, plaids, stripes, border prints, sailcloth. SI Reg. fo 3.98 Men's Sport Shirts Large assortment of styles and patterns in sizes S-M-L-XL. Buy now for back to school. 2 *- $; Reg. to 3.99 Boys" Sport Shirts Famous name brand reduced for clearance. Buy now for back to school and save. 2.44 Reg. 4.9S 5 PC. Hostess Set Stainless steel set includes large serving fork, spoon, cake server, and butter and sugar. 1.99 18 In. Barbecue Grill Reg. 6.99 Va/ue 5.88 Plus FREE 4-piece stainless Barbecue Set. Grill has adjustable grid and wheels for easy storage. Reg. 3.99 Cotton Blouses Colorful prints or stripes in wash 'n wear cotton. Sizes 30 to 38. 1.99 Reg. to 3.99 Summer Lingerie Easy care — Drip Dry Cotton in waltz gowns, shorty gowns, shorty and capri pajamas. 2.97 Reg. 3.29 Cafe Curtains Pinch pleated top. complete with rings. Paisley or stripe design in 36 in. lengths. 1.99 Reg. to 7.99 Girls' Dresses Sleeveless styles in solid pastel checks, plaids, solids. Broken sizes 7 to 14. 5.88 SUMMER JEWELRY CLEARANCE Values to 52 2 «" $1 Buy now and save on large selection of necklaces, bracelets, pins and earrings. Perfect for gift giving. Reg. 2.99 Casserole Server Covered dish with candle warmer in decorative brass rack. i. Reg. J.95 Mail Boxes Black finish with gold finish trim. A real value 1.44 Reg. 4.99 Ironing Pad, Cover Set Choose heavy duty bleached cover with foam rubber pad or reversible silicone aluminum cover, pad. 2.44 Reg. fo 10.98 l,adie*' Swim Suits Choose knits or lastex fabrics in solid colors. Sizes 30 to 38. Buy now and save. 8.99 Reg. 3.99 Straw Slipperettes Hard sole with flower trim in white and beige. straw colors 1.67 Reg. 3.99 8 PC. Place Mats Decorated printed border on pure linen. Includes 4 mats and 4 napkins. 1.99 Reg. to 4.99 Girls' Co-Ordinates Pleated skirts with matching sleeveless blouse in sizes 7 to 14. Sizes 8 to 14. Reg. 5.99, 4.99. 3.99 Reg. 4.99 Bar-B-Q Set Deluxe stainless set includes salt and pepper, fork, spatula and brush. 3.88 Reg. 2.99 Dust Mop Refills Buff and dust refill. Wool buffer reverses to dust mop. 50c Reg. 17.95 GE Steam Iron Reduced for clearance. Buy steam and dry iron and receive silver Butter Dish FREE. 1495 iy to make | fingliHin. and seiAi.nce foi Jerry Bennett, son of lh»- host mid hostess Among the K»> guests were- Mr and Mrs Lee F.tlcr and Mr and Mrs Pal Pucey and daughters of SI Louis: Mr and Mrs. C. H. Williams of Springfield. Illinois. Mr and Mrs William D Becker IAA Poster Contest Announced at Greene CARROLLTON — .Students'day where they visitor! theit from Greene County have been'son onrl brother. Clyde Reth»r- Rifts by the church and by mem- iboth by members <A her church Drumh. Carrollton. entered .form and by her relatives. M r s. foohran Veteran Hospital tn 31. Pierce, who is active in the L O ,,J^ Monday for examination Methodist Church, was introduc- ., n(1 frpatmpnt He wa ,, » s ken to ed to the group by the Rev. the hospital in the Mehl ambu- Rohert Pit*rh during the niorn-:] anre ins service and was presented invlted to enter the fourth an- ford, who is recovering from nusl food poster campaign «non- heart attack whii-h he suffpifd s of the congregation Follow- thp church service Mrs >ored by the Illinois Agrirultin- f '"" work* ago. He is a pntiorM Pierre wax honored at a family al Association and cininty Farm in the Lincoln Memorial Hospi- dinner in CJreenfield at the home Hiirean to compete for pri/e.s. 'a ! of her nephew and niece. Mr Announcement nf the poster Mrs. Hnvid Mi Garvry a inland Mr*, fieri Masters. Other contest is beine made by John two S(> » s of Alton, were gnr-t-; wests wen- Mrs Pierces son Curler of Carrollton. president Tuesday of their uncle H n d and daughter-in-law. Mr. and of Greene County Farm Rurrau. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. T. \V. Hill- Mis Klon Pierce of Jacksonville. and her brother and sister-in- ftt»t BtHhday I' 1 " Mr. and Mrs E. Z Curnutt, will be all-expfnse-paid trips 1> CARROLLTON — Mrs Emma of " lis cllv The top pri/p for the six IAA man. oigani^ation district winne.-s and children of Carbondale: Mr. 'he IAA annual meeting in Chi- Pierce, who celebrated her 91st and Mrs Marvin Dixon and chil- 'ago in November and also per- birthday Sunday, was honored dren of Godfrey: Mrs. Leota Bel-' sonalized plaques A special lum and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ben- Plaque will also be given the net! and children of Alton: Mr. sl « lfl "inner, and Mrs Jack Ktter and children District winners uill he se of Pleasant Hill. lected from the top posters en- Local relatives present were: terpH f 'V »"" country Farm Bu- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Huff and chil- rf ' au in Pai ' h of thp si * districts dren. Mr and Mrs. Cecil Lors- " nf1 thf> slalfl "inner will be se- bach and"*children. Mr and Mrs lfvtpfl from thp district win- Omar Rosa. Mr and Mrs. Russell nf>rs Enter* Hospital CARROLLTON — D e w e y SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE! NITROSOL OUTSIDK WHITE PAINT quality (int. Limited Stock! 4.50 iit«<l Stock! Cope Plastics Rt. 1W. " 4 -Mile West of North Alton. Phone HO 2-SMt Richey anfl daughters, Mr. and Countv awards wil Mrs Charles Bennett and sons, all |pathpr P la ?" r . for of Hardin. and Mr and Mrs. include -\ t h e first pri/e and leather ribbons for Jake Bailey and children of Kampsvillc Mark Birthday HARDIN—Mr. and Mrs Sieve. Godar entertained at a family party Saturday evening al their home north of Hardin. in observance of the birthday of Mrs, Godar s father. Klclward Lcni. In ad- con- the next six places in each of the three age croups. Compel:- tion will be in three classifications for students from 5 to S years, from 9 to 12 and from i:: to 19. The theme of this year's contest will be "Good Food is Fun - Mealtime is a Happy Time To Become Happy. Healthv dition (o the honorrr and Mrs. ^ d ,j|t s pood Lehr. -siiests included Miss There AH grade and high sa and Miss Kdm Lehr of Hardm. stlldpnts in pllh)if . parOf . nia | anf | Mr and Mis Vincent Lehr and priva(p sr . h ools are eligible In children of Bal.-hlown. and M;-. pn , Pr 1hp rontps1 Sj/fl o , lhp and Mrs. Kr,.nk Ha>n and chil- [x>slPr snol|]fl hp ahou , ,- ,, y .,._, dren of \Voorl Ri\c,. in.-hes. However other sixes On TV Show IIAHUIN— ralhoiin County relatives were interested in seeinu Bob Hiiveus. first tronilxjnisl \vith l^dwrence \Velk's bajid. fe;ilured on U'elk's Snturday nighl television show.. Havens' wife is the former Mary Jo Heimor. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Rutger Heimer of Qumc\ fomierl\ of Hamburg, and she is a coiisin uf Mrs. Walter Hol/uarth of Hardin. and a niece of Kd Heimer of Kainj)s\ ille. Board Meeting HARDIN Han-ell Miller ol Hardin. president of the exei-u- live board of the Jacksonville ^Voodson'of their'aunt."MW!' Da•Deanery. Conlralernity ol VJd Reynolds and |n this ch Christian Doctrine, presided »t Avhpre thev vis i,ed Mrs. Kraft's a meeting ol the board Sunday, mothpr v j rs Char]es Nea , afternoon in the Knights of Co- C|wr , es Retherford and sons . lumbus Hall in Jacksonville. Franris and i^ e Th oma.s Reth- Plans were made at the meeting• crford went to T Mo Sun . for the fall confraternity class. — ... _ .' lor which the textbook will be vvere the following board mem- "Catholic Living." It was also her * from this area: Mrs - Au 8- decided that Confraternity Sun- ust Simon, Hardin: Mrs. Arday would be September 25. thur Kamp, Kampsville; George The spiritual director of the S-'hnelton, Carrollton: F. A. deanery, the Rev. Vincent Hera- Munsterman. Jerseyville: an.1 ly of Ashland, was presenV. as \Valter McGinnis. Beardstown. will not he lest closes Oct. 2(1. Cnrrollton N'nfes CARROLLTOX - Mr. and Mrs. James Catt of Jerseyv. ill.' were guests Sunday of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milner. Mr. and Mrs. Catt have been gue.-ls al the Milner home Thursday. as had their daughters. Mrs. Donald Chappell. and son and Mrs. Grace Tisus. both of Jer- >eyville. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kraft of Dei atur were weekend guests 'n FINAL CLEARANCE SUMMER SUITS & FURNISHINGS OFF Selected suits from our regular stock of fine Summer Suits. Odds and Ends but sizes for most men. A nice selection of Dacron and Wool Summer Suits that are perfect for wear into early Fall and for vacation traveling. Values to 69.50 MICKEY-FREEMAN & KUPPENHEIMER SUITS ALSO REDUCED! 40 PRS. TROUSERS ....... vaiu*. to $u.9 5 60 SPORTSHIRTS ........ t» $7.95 Other Sportswear Also Reduced. . . $6 2 for $6 Special Numbers BOSTONIAN SHOES 22.95 Values $ 16' 5 Special Numbers MANSFIELD SHOES 16.95 Values $ 12" 630 E. Broadway ALTON Free Parking . .. Rear of Store. Deodorant you can usel NEW! •tlok Deodorant NtW HASTIC Safe, sure, all-day protection glides on in seconds . . . right from the plastic applicator package. No foil to peel. No push-up, push-back. Just remove cap and apply. NEW/ » Safe. b$li«g protection I biy •*» plod* Open Bvenlmr* and Sunday* New accounts jubilee ends July 31 ... Plan now to stop by. Savings accounts insured safe up to $10,000 by FSLIC. Handy front door teller's window . . . Free front door parking. Drive Right In DISCOVER HIGHEST DIVIDEND! ±^e»^^&'- PIUS FREE GIFTS FOR SAVING! SAVE $100 OR MORE! RECEIVE TIPSY TIM" SET OF 6 GLASSES AND STAND \ tt A famous "Tipsy Tim" set of 6 glasses and copper and brass stand is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, "Tipsy Tim" and his six glasses can go from kitchen to patio or anywhere you need them. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of 50. Funds will earn a new rale of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, 1U60. OR ANCHOR HOCKING FIRE KINO COPPER-TINT OVENWARE A famous 12-piece Anchorglass Ovenware set Is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, ovenware is guaranteed two years against oven breakage. You can add to your account at any time in multiples ol $50. Funds will earn at new rate of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, I960. Sivi $10 or Men Rieeivt SWIVEL HEAD UTILITY LANTERN Open a new REGULAR MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS SHARE ACCOUNT with $10 or more. Your free gift will be a handy lantern with strong beam and swing-up red flasher, a useful "Safety Companion" tor auto or home. Add to savings in multiples of 5Uc or $1 each. Earn new 5% rule, first payable June 30, I960. CURRENT YEARLY RATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS and PREPAID SAVINGS CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 SMITH AVI. CL 4*3842 Henri: 9 o.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday Ivtnings Until 7 p.m Clottd Saturday! Poyob/e /uat 30. 1960 SAST ALTON

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