Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 10
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July 27, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVBf-i Shell Honors 2Ettiployes on Job 30 Years Two area residents were honored recently by management of Shell OH Oo.'g Wood River refinery upon completion of 30 years of service with the company. They are Miss Emma Louise Paul, 37 K. Anton Ave., Wood River, and Frank V Helntz of 3108 Humhert Rd. Em ma Ixiiilw Paul Miss Paul, a native of Potosi, Mo., was educated in St. Francois County, Mo., and St. Louis. I She began work [for Shell in St. Iy>uis when the j company's head office was there. In 1940, she transferred to Shell's [ Houston, Tex., of- I flee, as a stenoK- ! rapher- secretary I In the accounting Mlft* Paul, department. She came to the Wood River refinery In 1944, and now is serving ;is a clerk in the alkylatlun department. She Is a member of St. Bernard's Church, Wood River, »nd the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. Frank V. Heintz Hcint/ is a native of Alton, and begun work at the refinery j-ivin after uraduation from high school, a 1 - n clerk in the crackling department, ! and worked In :'various capacities in that department until 1933, when he trans- Ierred to the lu- |hhrating oils de- ip a r t m e n t. He jserved in various [positions in that Helnt*. ilcpiirtment until when he began slternatine in the position* of operator first and shift foreman. He serves in those rapacities now. Hemt/ married Velma P.obi- non of Hettick, and they have a »on, Phillip, a fifth grade student at Horace Mann School Heintx is a member of Alton-' Wood River Sportsmen's Club. Betiiaito Auxiliary Police Mrpt Toni»ht BETHALTO — Auxiliary Police Chief Pete Davis has called a special meeting of the auxiliary unit for 7: .TO p.m. today n\, the Village Hall. Members will! discuss a proposal of purchasing several radio units for disaster and emergency u«c. Davis will also meet Thursday with members of the fire department to discuss purchase of the units - CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "I don't sec why these sociologists are so excited about the population explosion. We have one here every quitting time!" 'Carroll ton Plans Sidewalk Days CARROLLTON - "Sidewalk Days" something new for Carrollton merchants, will be held .Inly 2tt and .Inly 30 in Carrollton. Sidewalk Days is being spon- >(»red by Hie local merchants and will KIVP the Carrollton square the appearance of a ba- f.»-d\ ;i- merchants display their wares in front of their places i.if biisirii'ss. i'Ink- tiikinu part in the sidewalk sale* ;tppe;il uili ueai unusual costumes, either rr.m;< a! or historical, to rtdd to th< -• >'ne. Special bar^ain MI-MIS will IIP displayed. Forestry Camp CAKHOI.I.TO.V — Paul Rawe. json of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ' Rawe of rarrollfon. will go to! West Frankfort Aug 7 where he j will spend a week attending for- ' estry camp. Swann Estate CARROLLTON — The sum of $15,000 was given this month asj jbond of Irene Gier and John 'Swann .Jr.. as administrators of the estate of ' their mother, 'Mrs. Emma Swann. j Carrollton Chorus CARROLLTON — V. C. Shaul of Champaign, conductor of the ! rural and city choruses at the State Fair in Springfield will con-i dud the Carrollton Community j Chorus in a rehearsal Monday j *iit X p.m in the Public Library ! hall. The chorus will rehearse j only one more timr before sing-. ing with the choruses at the State; Fair in Springfield Aug. 14. Mrs. j •Donald linger is accompanist.! CUTEST CHILD SEARCH Bvtli Ann (Daughter) Ml(. and MKS. (i.ABRIEL BOURLAXD Box 1511. Brighton. HI. Has entered her photo In the "CL'TESI CHILD SKARCH CONIbST." .138 Awards tor Alton Area Children. SPECIAL CONTEST OFFER HxlO OIL COLORED FORTH AIT $| 99 and Free Entry In Content J» (reg. $9.95) It's Fun! Free Gift to Every Child Entered! Sponsored by RISSI STUDIO 115 XV. 3RD ST. PHONE HO 5-53J2 STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS 118 W. 3rd., Alton Ferguson and Wood River Ave., Wood River Almost A Sell-Out! 1/nnited .\nmberStill Available! Americas BIGMSTDOLLARS WORTH! 50 PC. STAINLESS STEEL SET PLUS 40-Pc. DINNERWARE SET ALL 90 PCS. 4JSS8&: ut . ; ** 195 Pay As Little As Choice of 4 PATTERNS HKBfc ARE THE 40 PlfcCIiS YOU Gfcl: 9 VWHttf ^OMM| 9 vT90V ond Ivltor H&M. I Frv* DWtM,SCwpi,8So««wv $ if 00 Weekly Here is the Beautiful Service for Eight in the Stainless Steel Set SILCO • 16 Teaiiioont • 8 Knivmi • 8 Forks • 8 Soup S|MI<>II» • 8 Salad Fork* • 3 Tablespoon* • MarUI Gran Pattern Made in steel by THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY Smartly ilylcd, b«outifully grodtd on4 • k«loiK«d far coiuol bteuty at modcit prict. Sculptured hondl* kniv«i hay* nrraltd bJadft. tutrreui ftniih r*quirM •• tptcial car* during lifctim* W *•*• mat UM. Optn iteck available. Get This 5-Pc. Completer Set For Only Add It To Your Account STONE BROS. CREDIT JEWELERS ALTON STORE OPEN MONDAYS TILL 9 P.M. AT QARRETTS ALL FLOOR SAMPLES AND WAREHOUSE MERCHANDISE MANY ONE OF A KIND SAMPLES -SLIGHTLY SOILED OR SLIQHTLY MARRED IN SHIPMENT COME EARLY-SALE WILL RUN 10 DAYS ONLY! Yes, Folks we will hold what you buy In Lay Away for as long as six months or more. (No Charge) OPEN FRIDAY And MONDAY EVENING UNTIL 9:00 P.M. SHOP FOR A '2 HOUR MORE DURING SALE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE $COO Will Hold Your 9 Purchases You will have to see to believe the values as we can list only a few of the many unusual values - ALL ON DISPLAY! COME - SEE OUR WINDOWS LOADED WITH MANY OUTSTANDING VALUES YOU GET EXACTLY THE ITEM YOU CHOOSE! SPECIAL! IDEAL FOR SMALL HOMES & GUESTS SOFFETT SLEEPER COMBINATION ••* STYLISHLY DECORATED SLEEPS TWO 2 PIECE MODERN 6ROUP A Special Offer of 2-piece suites In solid or •tripe fabrics. Both Danish arm* or armless matching chairs. A real surprise package RQTH of fct.vliiiff and vjilur. ONLY 11 TO SELL 9x12 RUG All Viscose Pile with Foam Rubber Pad. Plush Luxury Underfoot REAL VALUE 3 PC, BEDROOM GROUP Complete Your Room AT THIS LOW PRICE DRESSER •ED CHEST PLATFORM ROCKER Large Group Many Fabrics Relax Your Nerves Buy a Pair NOW 37.95 VALUES FIRM MATTRESS and BOX SPRINGS With Legs Solid Comfort Heavy Fabrics :OMPLETE EMEflSON QUIET COOL 1 ROOM AIR CONDITIONER 4 COOLING CHOICES Regular Price $229.50— $<f ^Q' 00 One only—Sale Price JL<39 EMERSON—2 ROOM AIR-CONDITIONER 5 COOLING CHOICES .... '199* Regular price $275.00 Two only NORGE CHEST FREEZERS '198" '249 " '279 M TREMENDOUS VALUE Reg. Price $294.95 1—12 CU. FT Reg. Price $329.95 1_U CU. FT Reg. Price $389.95 1—20 CU. FT NO MONEY DOWN $ 98 88 2-ONLY! 3-PC. MODERN SECTIONAL AT THIS FABULOUS LOW PRICE! S TO SELL ATLAS AIR FAN 20-INCH ROLL ABOUT REVERSIBLE SALE PRICE REG. PRICE «< $49.95 V •••• Sylvania Portable 17" Television Outstanding Portable Performance with Hi-Gain Built-in Telescope Antenna $ 148°° * -LOOK- 8 ODD BEDS Twin and Pull 12 Broken Lot TABLES 6 POLE LAMPS 6 FLOOR LAMPS 1 Lot Small MIRRORS .... 15 TABLE LAMPS 1.88 LARGE GROUP OF METAL UTILITY DISH CABINETS AND CABINET BASES RAILROAD MARRED From SUPER-SPECIALS 00 Reg. $69.95 48 $4400 Reg. SS9.9S 00 3-ALL METAL KITCHEN CABINETS . . 3-APARTMENT GAS RANGES . . . 1-30-IN. GAS RANGE (Large Oven) . . ,.,,.-,5 1-36-IN. DELUXE GAS RANGE ,,»» $ 87 M 2-HORGE FAMILY SIZE REFRIGERATORS . . M49" 1-DELUXE15-FT. GIBSON REFRIGERATOR... ;&„ $ 229" 2-DELUXE ONE MINUTE WASHERS, Full Skirt.., ,«,„'99" DINETTE SUITES LUXURIOUS SETS - ALL SIZES MAR-PROOF - CHROME OR BRONZE 1—5 PC. DINtTTf SIT ONLY 1—5 PC. DINETTE 5IT (Large) BUY ON CREDIT NO DOWN PAYMENT EASY TERMS FURNITURE CO. It We»t Iroodway — Alton, III. Opposi/e Lincoln-Douglas Square PHONI: HOward 2-0074 * Eagli Stamps Your Exlra Bonus * Froo Oolivory * Easy Terms * Open Men, t Fri. NitesUntilSP.M. Young Couples This Is Your Chance Use Our Lay Away Plan. Garretf s Will Not Be Undersold WE ARE MEMBERS OF THE LARGEST BUYING GROUP IN THE U.S.A.

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