PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 48, ItftfO SPEAKER Dr. David K. Bvar, director of the Alton Community Resources Work* shop conducted each year by S1L', addresses members of local industry, rep* resentives of school' districts, faculty of SIl? and participants of the workshop at a banquet Wednesday at Mineral Springs Hotel. News of Area Men and Women In Armed Forces Dale \V. Chaney. 19, son of Mrs. Leo Hackethnl. 12th street, Wood River, left for .Jacksonville. Fla.. naval airbus? after •pending two weeks at home on leave. Dale has completed .jet mechanic school at Memphis. Tenn. He is a graduate of Roxana High School and was a member of Alton Naval Reserve Unit until he went into the regular Navy last November. Army Sgt.l.C. WILLIAM J. BEEM. son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Beem, 408 E. 14th St., form maintenance on the Hawk missile and launcher maintenance course at The Air Defense School, Fort Bliss, Tex., July 21. During the 24 weeks, of train- 1 ing, Sergeant Beem was trained to assemble, test, adjust and perform maintenance on h eHawk guided missile system. He entered the Army in 1949. ; The 28-year-old sergeant attend- • ed Shelby High School in Shelbyville. >• ARMY PVT. JOHN A. SEV1ER. son of Mrs. Mary R. Sevier, 609 Olmstead. Alton, completed the food service course July 14 at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Sevier received training in cooking, baking, mea cutting and preparing a field kitchen. He entered the Army last January and completed basic training at the Missouri fort. ARMY RECRUIT JOHN T. MILLER, whose wife, Shirley, lives at 303 S. Prairie, Bethalto, completed the eight - week parts supply course July 21 under the Reserve Forces Act program at The Armor School, Fort Knox, Ky. Recruit Miller received train- .ing in the maintenance of stock records and the storage, inspection and identification of parts for armored equipment. The 20-year-old soldier is a 1958 graduate of Civic Memorial High School. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren G. Miller, live at 451 Park <Jr. ARMY PFC JEROME T. VON- DERHEIDT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Talford N. Vonderheidt, Rt. 1, Alton, recently received a letter of commendation while assigned to the 4th Armored Division in Germany, New Ulm, Germany. Vonderheidt was commended for outstanding performance of his duties as a mechanic in Headquarters and Company. A ol the division's 126th Ordnance Battalion in New Ulm. He entered the Army in September 1958 and completed basic combat training at Foil Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1957 graduate of Alton High School. Before entering the Army, he was employed by Alton Oil Co. Fire Destroys Godfrey Barn, Loss at $1,000 GODFREY— A barn on Davis lam containing 25 bales of hay was destroyed by fire with a lots estimated at SI. 000 Wednesday, 4:45 p.m. Godfrey Volunteer Fire Department reported. The blaze was far advanced when fire equipment reached the site which is off Airport mad. The damage estimate was made by Assistant Fire Chief Cliff Lee. Origin of the lire could not be determined. THBIB CHK KKNK KNOXVJLLE, Tenn. <AP> - At Oklahoma Stale University, thf Students almost can fount then chicken* before the> hatch. In a recent Southern poultr> judging iwntest. OSU students racked up 4.092 of a possible 4.500 points to take team honor* over team* from eight other colleges and univei sitii'b The OSU judge* won wx of right individual and tcajn ci MONTICELLO PLAZA ONLY MID-WAY DAYS! ICE-COLD WATERMELON SERVED ON OUR SIDEWALK MID-WAY SALE SIDEWALK BARGAINS Friday, Saturday - July 29-30 $ BLOUSES Values to 10.98 99 DRESSES Values to 17.98 3 99 SPORTSWEAR^ 3 SKIRTS Values to 10.98 2 99 MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Sorry—No Lay-Away on Charge or Special Sale Merchandise MONTICELLO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ALTONS AREA'S NEWEST & FINEST ULTRA-MODERN BARBER SHOP HAIR CUTTING SHAVING SHAMPOOS FACIALS TONICS BARBER SUPPLIES SPECIALIZING —IN— FLAT TOPS HOLLYWOODS AND CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS WE WELCOME LADIES AND CHILDREN MONTICELLO DARBER SHOP MONTICELLO PLAZA, GODFREY AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT OOMt ON OUT AND JOIN THE PUN HELP US CELEBRATE OUR FIRST ,., TWO FULL DAYS FRU SAT. JULY 29-30 ftCt THE BIO DISPLAYS ON OUR SIDEWALKS MID-WAY SALE DAYS!! Hundred! of "Old Faihioned" Bargains this weekend—out on the sidewalk and parking lot of Monticello Plata Shopping Center. Join the fun! There will be cold watermelon, popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogi, ic« er«am. All itorti open till 9 p.m. each evening. MAHER RIDES JULY 27 thru JULY 31 * CATERPILLAR * TILT-A.WHIRL * OCTOPUS * FERRIS WHEEL * LOOP-A-PLANE * CIRCLE SWING * MERRY-GO-ROUND * KIDDIE RIDES FLY-PLANE COTTON CANDY POPCORN SNO-CONES FROZEN CUSTARD 1 Ticket with each 50c purchase Just use your ticket and lOc for any ride listed above. MONTICELLO PLAZA Westirn Auto Durablt Fun-Filled Gym $its SIC 00 Priced Krom HJiWJ Dfluxi 24" — Roe, $16,95 Brazier Grills 'Idftft Extra deep, fine bowl—Coppertone Design l^iMlT Large 22"xl3"xl3" lee Chest Features a large capacity food tray in • leak-proof, rustproof galvanized Interior. Convenient drain. Heavily-plated carrying $ I M MM handle and latch * tiff Reg. SI.95 Revelation Picnic Jug 'j-Gallon, FiberglHM Insulation 1.44 BIG SAVINGS ON REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS SAVINGS LT TO. ISO i.OO AND MORE FOR THE MEN Davis Silent Sentry 100$ Nylon Cord Tires 6.70x15 Black lube Type » I'lus Federal Tax and Kecappable Tire. 12.88 Wizard 6-Volt Standard Battery 34-Month Guarantee $| Kxchangc. $199 OUTSTANDING BUYS Women's Chic Collon BLOUSES. Keep your wardrobe circulating with these thrift-priced Busy-care fine col- ton bloutes Choose your favorite neckline style from an assortment of new-season fashions ... In pretty colors. He». Me 36x«Mnch Size TWEED COTTON RUGS. Cut-pile plush run In the newest shades mixed with black for a tweed eliecl — slow to show soil. Handy 36x«*-lnch ilze with fringed ends, skid-resistant rubberUed back. Ideal protection for carpet floors. Reg. $2.49 1-eatlicr-Ughl PLASTIC BASklt). Unbreakable polyethylene plaslle laundry basket will not mar table tops, sink or floor. Solid drip-free bottom and airy open work sides, ^-bushel »Ue. Colors. Reg. Sl.4» Slllcone AlumlnUed! IRONING BOARD COVUR. Scorch resisiam on both sides. Heavy cotton drill lace-on style. Standard »lze. Reg. We Plastic SHOWUR CAPS. PreMy prints and solid colors In completely water resistant vinyl plastic ihower caps with soft, pliable elattlc edae. Reg. 2Sc 1 67 C 1? Non-Skld RubberUed Back BATH MAT SET, cotton swirl back. beautiful Women's, Misses. SOrT-IRkDS. New bell 'n bow trimmed "Pixlet"! tlastlc topped vinyl upper*, padded sui'dlne soles. Reg. $1.00 •Skid RubberUed Back BATH MAT SET. Heavy on chenlU* nwt und matching lid cover In <L''^$499 :l design. JOxM-ln. mat has non-skid rubberized* | »• k. Chouse from newest decorator colors—save In a • C ullful 2-pc. sell H»». M-ab • " Sit o Lovely prints, pretty colors! PRIM' HANDKl-U- CHIbr-S. Hue combed cotton lawn, colorful prints. Dainty Swiss scalloped hem*. Reg. iUc each MtN'S SOCKS.. Lord Hanway In stretch nylon vain tor perfect fit. Novelty patterns. Darks and pustels. Llasllc lops. Reg. S»c Pr BOYS' SOCKS. Hunway brand of 100'p nylon stretch >drn for perfect III'. Ariyle and novelty patterns, tlaslic tops. Keg. tie pr 3 for 49" 3 Pr«, $100 3 Prt, $100 BEN FRANKLIN MONTICELLO PIAZA DRUG STORES tt>ul(jr«.-n </lf|*m«| SOruq Stor<> MONTICELLO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER COME OUT TO REESE'S . . . HAVE A FREE CUP OF COCA-COLA SPECIAL! Regular S 6Vj-Oi. COCA-COLA King Size 12-Ox. COCA-COLA Cartons 64° 2 Cartons 75 Shop Our Midway Bargain Tables On Our Sidewalk for DISCOUNTS UP TO 70% STARTS AT 9 A.M. "Midway" SALE DAYS! SENSATIONAL BARGAINS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SOLD RIGHT ON SIDEWALK SAVE MONEY ON TOYS J HALF PRICE TOY SALE SAVE MONEY ON FISHING 40% OFF On All Fishing Lures or Tackle Box All Rods V» Off SAVE MONEY ON ARCHERY ALL BOWS l /2 OFF ARROWS % OFF These and hundreds of other articles too numerous to mention. Will be sold l/~ Up to '* Off KXTKA S74.0J VAU.T. — 7 SF.TS I.KIT SPALDING GOLF SET 3 IKONS *3Q OR > WOODS — BAG ««»•»»«* BICKHAUS SPORT. GOODS TOYS • HOBBIES Monticello Plaza Breitweiser's f Shop GIFTS OF DISTINCTION FOR ALL OCCASIONS MID-WAY SURPRISE VALUES TWO BIG SURPRISE BARGAIN TABLES ON OUR SIDEWALK S Ay INGS UP TO 40% HEADQUARTERS POR For All Occaiioru PARTY SUPPUlf :THE AREA'S NEWEST MOST COMPLETE SHOPPING CENTER ... ACRES OF • is/-*.*-. MONTICELLO COLOR CENTER MONTICELIX) PLAZA, GODFREY ,>** Kyanfzt White Label Exterior HOUSE PAINT '•• '4 Kyanize Durable 100V. LATEX S '3 Reg, $1,95 Qt. —Non-Yellowing FLOOR TILE SEALER 1 $449 Qt. ALADDIN CARPET CO. 100% Wool Wilton Carpet Including Wattle Weave Pad Reg. $9.95 Sq. Yd $495 4 s 5q. Yd. MILLER'S... "MIDWAY DAYS" Circus of Values! They're nationally advertised WHITE DRESS SHIRTS , . . sshhh!—we can't mention the name—but they're truly "Straight ai an ARROW values." Values to 5.00 ea. ! ! ! Wbili Thiy Last • t • TIMEX WATCHES 9 88 LADIES' HATS 59' Values to »1.U9 We Give & Redeem EAGLE STAMPS You'll -find real bargain! in all our departments. Shop until 9 p.m. MONTICELLO PLAZA MID-WAY DAYS SPECIALS! One Table Clothing, Jewelry, Etc. ODDS & ENDS '1.00 All Spring and Summtr DRESSIS C AA 1C AA Valuti to 30.00 9>9tf— I M.IIU SLEEVELESS BLOUSES QAc 1 AA A Voluti to 4.00 99 — I i«f«f—§•• One Rack Jr. Mines, Vi Sizes Dresses 5.00-2-8 00 SHORTS AND JAMAICA* Voluti to 5.00 PEDAL PUSHERS & SUM JIMS 8.00 Vol.—4.00. 3.99 Values NOW 2. y'o*. Swlrn Suits VoU. to 23.00 Prom goo Aist. Sittf M4 Stytos MAS—Vals. to o,00 1. ARKING AREA: Yoregtfc" parks and monument* cover 23,030.000 am* of Califofliia » total land urea. tlUMiUk •Hli^^H^HpMtli^ilH^HHEMHHHHHIklMMVMMHH* E| 9 9 IJEV ^^t PW IjBll^^^ %|F 9 ™ W W W BBWBr P iJWIJ ^B^^EF ™ ^r ^0 •WPP UWPEP 9 WEP ^B' ™ • ^B^ • ™ " ™ ^^ ^^ ^^» » ^k«« tfkl ^LV MJli ^ ftAf A MA ^k Hi Krtpr • BIB Franklin • Mlllir'i Dipt. 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