Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 28, 1960
Page 9
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THURSDAY, JULY 28, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfc MINK Miller's Gigantic "MIDWAY DAYS" SALE Friday A Saturday - July 29 A 30 Sir Henry Clarke Is Granted Divorrp on Vandals had thrown eggs on two of the glass .doors at the Eunice Smith School. 2400 Henry LONDON (APt-SIr Henry Ash-'S*- P° 1irr wpre told Wednesday, ley Clarke. British ambassador to Investigating officer, reported . . . that the, vandals had thrown four Italy, was granted a divorce to- 0) . fjvp pgR!1 on thc doors . an d day on grounds of adultery. David had also scattered dirt from Leonard Craig, who was not iden-, flower beds In front of thr doors tified. was named as co-respon- nn rt pulled up some of thr flow- dent. PI-S. Officers were unable to ap- ^.. _ _ pj.phf.nd tho vandals. The Bahama group consists of about ?>,000 islands and reefs. A young pig ran be nailed only 20 of which are inhabited.'either a shoal of a piglet. C. of C. Office Moves to New Spot at Wood River WOOD RTVER Wood River Township Chamber of Com- mci rf fficp took on ,.p Wednesday aftpr- noon when II moved into ._ .1 - Firr Import ions al \Voocl River Delavrd FABRIC Clearance All Summit MIMICS Mutt It Cleared Out to Merit* Room for Our Ntw Ml fabric*. IX CHECK THESE BARGAINS It npw quarters at 114 Whitolaw Ave. TiV' former <")ty library-building will HP jointly occupied by thp chamber and the .tohn Met- i!ger business consulting firm, which also movpd In Wednps- rlny from thp former location at 5 N. Wood River Ave., where hp was located sincr- 1955. Mpt/gPt has bought thp old in- U inch Drip Dry M Inch Special 72 Inch Pull Bolt* M Inuch Evernlate » Inch Cretonne TISSUE OHAMBRAY PILLOWCASE BORDERS NYLON NET EMBOSSED OOTTON DRAPERY Values to 79c 49 Inch Woven 43 Inch Printed Permanent Washable 49 Inch Selected DOTTED SWISS ORYSTALENE FLOCKED PIQUE NYLON SWISS Vo/ues (o 9flc 00 42-411" Printed 38 Inch Arondale 45 Inch Wrinkle- Reilit CHINO ft SAILCLOTH DRIP-DRY DENIM BUTCHER LINEN Straw Hats 77 c 2.49 values. Slacks 3.95 values. Shoes Valuei to 11.95 BOYS' POLO SHIRTS 49' Short 4 Sleeved. Value* to *!.»». from Girls' Shorts SI.29 Value* Girls' Sweaters *1.69 Infants Creepers 99c Valued to ::.48 .•>» Valuet. Ladies' SHORT SHORTS VALUES TO 1.98 OO Men's TIMEX WATCHES 988 15.00 VALUES Print & Solid Terry Cloth, 79c yd. The FABRIC STORE WOOD RIVER WOOD RIVKR Firp Russell Plnkerton reported nesday that no home fire ••"; a|1 ,, rox|miltp , y %mmn remodel- spectlnns are being made thisl^ (hp , )nlr|urp : week due to a breakdown of A)| ^ npw fl| , |mjnum anf| !thc portable communication unit ^ fmn) hfls ,, hangp(1 )np „. ,used by the firemen making the )er . or a))| , pa ,. flncp Krf , a , lv anf| (inspections. mm , y . ,, nanKPS hnvp also h(?pn I The unit, which is cnrriPd by lithe firemen to keep in contact jwith the fire station in the ''event of a fire call. IIHS been I returned to thc factory for !pairs. Pinkprton said. i Thp inspections will bp resumed the first part of next ,'week on 12th street and will continue on each north anrl .south street over to sixth street. iTo date firemen have inspected .approximately 200 homes, the chief reported. Kntertaln at Dinner WOOD RIVKR — Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Cahoon entertained (it a dinner party at their home, 2\1 S. inth St.. Tuesday evening. honoring their son .Tack and his \f;r < ;. OF c. OFFICES Loyal Palmer, left, executive secretary of Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. Glenn Shinpaugh, Chamber office secretary, uatfli movers take Chamber office equipment into the new C. of C. offices at 114 Whitelaw Ave., Wood River, Wednesday Staff Photo. 10 K. Open 'Til fl:00 l-'riday Igan. were among the guests. WANT MORt FOR YOU* M ... KEEP YOUR EYE ON OR ANT* MohoRony venper paneling ihrouKhout both the chamber and business consulting offices WHS Included in the renovation .work. Met/Rcr started in his busi- ncss on a part-time basis in I'l.'tt while working at Shell Oil Go. anrl continued until 1!MH when he left Shell and took over the busine** consulting firm full-lime. The chamber offices, divided by a partition from Metzger's n U-mli t Hr.-icons itakpn to tlic ' '" ' M() R;iptist MIXOK SfK MINOR offices, feature three units, with noxdlld Dd|JliMi/» d< un. Q^,,.^ ( . amp ,„„, Saturday by RK'HMONU. Va (AP> —The the reception room, where Mrs. ^ Vt.,p t T n iiJ,rh| - VIr Hlld ^''^ F1 °. vd Stevens Virginia Supreme Court of Ap- Glenn Shinpaugh. office secre- -''""l OIll^IlI where they are spending the week pe.-ils hits found no legal reason tary. is located, in the from of' ROXANA - Deacons of Ihe and will return home Saturday, why a minor can't sue another the building. ; First Baptist Church will meet Xoles minor in the same family to re- The office of Loyal Palmer 'at 7:30 p.m. today at the church. ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. covr-r lianiages for personal m- Mld-Adult Class R»dc-ll V V;'; ;.:ns and cl.-u^htfrs htry. It reversed a lower court ROXANA — The Mid-adult Pat anrl Barbara of Ninth street'decision dismissing a suit brought class of the First Baptist Church have returned from Dearborn, by a 13->ear-old boy who said he ihad H potluck supper Tuesday Mich., where they spent several uas injured because his 17-year- evening at Kendall Hill. The days visiting relatives. "Id in-other operated a car negli- Rev. L. K. Mustain read devo- ,\II- K . K. F. Freese and Miss :,en!l\. tionals and a social hour lol- Cornelia h'reesc of W. Fifth lowed. street visited from Saturday un- son-in-law At Church Camp til Wednesday in Arthur, 111., and M''*- An open house is planned for ROXANA fiance. Miss Joy Wolff. Miss Wolff's parents, the Rev. ''' h(1 o ff k'e of Loyal Palmer, and Mrs. Norman Wolff. E. Mo- executive secretary, is hall-way, line, and her sister and brother- in. the building and general i in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Re- office space anrl a mimeograph. ing machine room are located al the rear. The chamber offices- \wi c located at 37A E. Ferguson Ave.. since 19-49. Billfolds LADIES 1 SHOES Values to 9.95 BLOUSES Valuei to 8.98 +* Strapless BRAS 59c '.'.0(1 Values 88c 00 Shoe Bags Holds I2shoei I Throw Pillows M e Flocked Curtains 3 f» UMBRELLAS 1.49 v«luei 77 DOLLAR DAYS Extra discounts off Grants Regular Low Prices! THICK COTTON PILE BATHMATS IN 9 COLORS ARE NON-SKID '• BACKED AND A GREAT BUY! •''^\ «i^ isome time in the lulu re :chamber offices. and daughter, Mr. Robert Guy Ball of avenue, was taken to a< the Christina Belts. Georgia Kay Mrs. Amanda Ben/ of Kamps- Wood River Township Hospital has been visiting her Tuesday for medical treatment. Sandy Stevens, with Miss Ruin Fulton. Geor] , Arnold and K. C. Killebrew were ville, who Doerr Cotton cut-pHe... extra-heavy, extra thick for the money. Non-skid rubberized cotton backing. Pink, blue, white, black, yellow, rose, others. IRREGULARS OF OUR 1.00 SEAMLESS STRETCH NYLONS \ FOR If perfect, these nylons would compare to hosiery selling elsewhere for 1.35 to 1.65 a pair. Tiny imperfections won't affect wear. Beautifully sheer, plain stitch or mesh, with the stretch that means smoothest fit in both contour and length. Three siaes to fit 8 1 ,* to 11. 'CANDYCOTE' FATIGUE MATS CUSHIONED IN FOAM RUBBER Save your back, feet and disposition. Top of woven cotton in narrow or broad •tripe or tweed-effect. . . foam rubber base. 18x30". ft«e. '.oo MID-WAY DAYS SALE!-Fri.&Sat.,July29&30 5 io BEN FRANKLIN 510 LOCALLY OWNED — NATIONALLY KNOWN MONTICELLO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER BUY EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON GRANT'S CHARGE-IT PLAN If You Want Each Week You $1.76 $180 $3.50 $3.75 _ ___ OinPaj Thli Amount ea. mo. $7.00 $10.00 < $15.00 YOU MAY ALSO CHARGE IT ON GKANT'S NEW 80-DAY ACCOUNT END OF THE MONTH CLEARANCE SALE 'Bargain* Galore All Through The Store Girl* JAMAICA Rtf, 1,00 T H SHORTS 66c Mime* Siiet 83-88 SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Rlf, 1.00 63o And Women'* BATHING SUITS Si*M 8^-46 Viluii tt 1.98 4,47 MISSES' OOTTON SKIRTS SUei 10-18 Rlf, 2,98 1,01 •i Horitepouer 4 Cycle Brlg«« Aud sitruttQH POWER MOWER Rig. 64.88 89.88 GirU Sizes 7-14 SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Rif, 1,00 636 MISSES JAMAICA SHORTS Sized 10-18 Rl|, 1,00 77c Children's 8ize 8-6 BATHINO SUITS At Money Saving frice* Rlf, 2.49 1,77 SUMMER HANDBAGS Rlf, 1,29 83i Rll. 8.49 2.8T THONGS for CHILDREN 39o 27o THONGS for WOMEN 49o 37c THONGS for MEN Rig, 59o 47o FOR EVERYTHING YOU WANT IN A ROOM AIR CONDITIONER YORK Is Tops! .School GirU 7-14 BATHING SUITS Buy Now And Mavr< Viluis to 4.98 2,77 MEN'S MESH T-SHIRTS 8I«>* SM.MED.LG Rtl. I.QQ TTfl 24" OUTDOOR ORILl ('opportune — Bluvk 1'liittl Cluuruiuid Htl. T.98 6.68 HOODED OUTDOOR QUILL With Motorized Spit Chronu* Hood And l^g WANT TO COOL SIVIRAl ROOMS WITH A SINOU UNIT! CHOOSI TWI YORK W«tropo/lfoil • Oue-Cyclt St«p-itprting prtvtntt •!•€• tricol ovtrloodt • Ultra-quiet optrqtion t Bio capacity • Stole air exhaust e Freth air intake • Automatic Temperature Control Si Rlf. 16.88 12.88 ISA IWNINMMMC .MINOHAN , UUI8 P«ODUCTB| Op«n Friday and Monday 'Til 9 P.M. GODFREY, ILL Phono HO 1-3431 201 W. IIP IT. DOWNTOWN ALTON >]

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