Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 7
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July 28, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1980 4LTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGKSEVKN LivingstonHeads MacoupinLegion PALMYRA - Willard Liangs- tan of Brighton was elected wwn- fnandpr of Mecountn County Council of the American legion at a meeting Wednesday night at American Legion Home here. He succopda George Lelghty, aim of Brighton. Louis Archibald of Glllespiej re-eterted senior vice-commander; Ralph Dickie of Gillespie, serjeant-at-arms: Adolphj Hall of Carlfnvllle, treasurer. The new county commander has served as commander ofj Brighton American legion postj during the past year. The "American" hotel plan is an arrangement where by a guest pays a flat price for both room and board. Macoupin 4-H Delegates And Contestants Chosen Gor- CARUNVILLE - .Tonn tlon. son of Mr. and Mrs sell Oordon of Palmyra, and Ted Walton, son of Mr. Mrs. MrKinley Walton of 'invllle, have been selected to enter the state elimination contest in livestock judging, contest will be Aug. 19 at Johnson to Visit Truman in Missouri .TOHNSON CITY, Tex. <AP)~ Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson, the Democratic vice-prestdentlal nominee, will leave his BLJ Ranch near ITY ihere Friday to fly to Missouri to imSi meet with former President Harry S. Truman. andinois state fairgrounds. It Is heldj Aftt , r „ | unc h eon talk with Tru-i Cat-each year to select the stair,man, Johnson and his staff willj 4-H and FFA teams. WESTERN SHOE STORES AHM't OrtflcMl OUT-RATE SHOE CENTER NrMYtm Onrn Mr," A ' WESTERN SHOE STORES fly In (heir chartered plane to! Three boys and four girls wWJHyatmis Pott. Mass.. to map j attend the district 4-H club at j campaign strategy with the Dem-; Jacksonville Aug. 1 through | ocratlc presidential candidate, 1 jAug. 5, according to Charles K. jSen. John F. Kennedy of Massa-i Wilman. assistant farm adviser. Ichusetts. j ; Boys attending will be Grrg.j Johnson nnd r]j rec tor Allen W., |cry and Robert Dana and Stan- rjulies of the Central Intelligence!) 11 ley Elchen, Carlinville. Girls PLENTY OF PARKING AREA NEAR OUR HfORt! Laditi* Me Ptay Thewgi Special 4 Ooyi Only $3.49 lay*' and Otrlt' $ 1 99 Crtp* Salt Oxfords, 8'/j to 3 I $3.95 Men 1 . $A97 Ltathtr Sandak, a bargain . . £ $2.98 Children's $ 99 Uarhtr Bartfeot $andalt, 5-3 $4.00 Ladltt'.MiuM' Ptnny Catuali, 4-10 $o.OO.$A.9S Men's Oxfords and loafers, 4-12 $A99 £ $488 •§ $2.9$ Ladies''MI»s*t' A WashaMt Canvas Casuals £ on. $4.95 Men's Canvas Tr.d-Llte Off ordi, 4-12 .... $3.95 M*n's.loys' Ribbed Solt Oxfords $3.50 Men's-loys' Leather Camp Maes $2.98 leys' Black and White Tennis $hoes,ft-11 $3.95 Men's-Boys' White Basketball $hoes .... will be Barbara Benld; Kdith Cox, Contralto, Palmyra; Flonet Wallace, Sawyervllle, Jane Quinn. Vlrden. , Also attending camp as counselors will be Vada Cohee, assistant home adviser, and Charles H. Will(man. assistant farm adviser. i Melvyn Klaus, son of Mr. and ) Mrs. Melvln Klaus. R.R. 2 Car- jlinville, and Terry Ambrose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Ambrose, Franklin, will attend the j state 4-H Wildlife Conservation 'Camp near Montlcello. Aug. 1-5. Agency conferred night at the ranch Wednesday il and Johnson I was briefed on secret Intelligence as authorized by President Elsen- hower. Have Shorter Schooling > European children attend, xchool classes six days a week,' 10 months a year, for a total ofj 240 days in school as compared j with the 180 school days ofi American children. j _ , . i will leave the Farm Bureau ; building at 6:15 p.m. Members of the Macoupin^ The next meeting of Macou-j 'I County Rural Youth will attend i pin County Rural Youth will bej the opera "Rosalie"' In St. Lou-;at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, in| is Saturday night. The group'the Farm Bureau building. ! mencan r ook in college fashions Well-tailored, well-coordinated, well-planned for your busy class and campus life .. . that's the American look in fashion. To help you create it, we present those Ail-American f favorite separates, for fall '60. FUR BLEND SWEATERS 3i99 to I2i99 FULLY PLEATED SKIRTS '12,99 '14.99 BUY IN JULY . . SAVE 20% BUY IN AUGUST .. SAVE 15% 'i Where there's fur, that's i fashion, in this sea- \ son of the elegant return '•* I to everything feminine and ? ^ beautiful.'See our tcvely '.* fur-trimmed coats and suits now, for best selection . . y LAY-AWAY SALE NOW !•: • 4 IN PROGRESS/ ... fashionably told A most exciting fashion story, indeed, is the tale of the shirt , . . with chapter after chapter of news about overblouse styles, tuck-ins, shirtwaists, tailored classics. And more thrilling than fiction are the honest-to-goodness little prices! Prints and solids—dyed to match all sportswear . . . $ 2.99J3.99 Fall's mixable matchable wearable AT LEFT* AT BIGHTS Fur Blend Sweaters $9.99 to $12.99 Straight Skirts $9.99>$10.99 Plaid Straight Skirts $12.99 Solid Straight Skirts $9.99.$10.99 Plaid and Solid Italian Imported Slim Jims Sizes 8 to 20. .St.50 and $6.99; All Lined Wool. .$10.99.$!2.99 NEW DARK OOTTONS PETITE-SIZE DRESSES . . . "B-TWEEN" SIZES . Full Selection! From % '9.99,.'20 SAVE! For tbe Hard to Fit. Size* 12H-2iH MONTICELLO PLAZA GODFREY, ILL DOWNTOWN ALTON • MSMBEK SHOPPEBS CHAftGS SERVICE 209 PIASA DRUG STORES tDulqricii JlcjC'tu i| SDrucj Storr .-.tc* [SWAMK !>«****£] OMtH »«:»». WOOD mVERTEAIT ALTON 74 E. Ferguson CLInton 4-4214 402 St. Louts and Smith Ave. CLInton 4-8711 JERSEYVIUE 1) N. 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METRECAL 10% OFF On Case ADMINTONFOR4 4.98 Reg. $6.98 Reg. 51.25 METAL WATER PITCHERS, 79c CRACKER JACKS 3 for 25c Reg. 6.98 Croquet LAST AIL YEAR LONG 4.98 Capture it all in Snapshots TROUSER CREASERS 2 ror 98c SPECIAL VALUE! FREE OFFER; BUY 59* SIZE VITALIS* e£TTWr-SEHf«i^"S ,***FIIII in 3 to 5 hours with or without sun! Protects you from sunburn, too. Amazing Quick Tun discovery by Coppertone J-\ "Q.T." Tans Without £ Sun BROWNIE OUTFIT Versatile camera outfit ... with tiny built-in flash! Everything for indoor-outdoor picture-taking! Camera takes any kind of picture . . . black- and-white or color, snapshot or slide I Uses the tiny but powerful, low-coit AC-1 flashbulb*, in built-in 2-inch reflector. Hot automatic film metering and double-exposure prevention. 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