Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 28, 1960
Page 13
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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 28, l'J60 the nwfp Own 38 rfrtnwn *Jg*| When .Mm Tyler, termer U.S In ttw United Statw ronRume^rrsidpnt. AM In 1862 he was a nwre than two million pounds of member of the Confederate Con dog food annually. Wilshire V\OBBV 6HOP JULY 2t*30 ' MUDAY.SATURDAY On the Sidewalk ft Parking Lot Celebrating Our 1st Anniversary MODIL AIRPUNI KITS DOO KITS SPACI (TIMS ILICTRIC TRAINS OFF! flMIM WILSHIRE JULY 29.90 RMDAY.SATURDAT On the Sidewalk and Parking Lot! Old Fashioned Bargains/ TV TABLES Regular $1.49 97 26x31 CHENILLE THROW RUGS Reg. 59c Ea. Reg. 51,29 14 Quart PLASTIC WASTE BASKETS Reg. 51.00 Women's Cotton SUMMER BLOUSES All Sizes BEN FRANKLIN WILSHIRE VILLAGE STORE ONLY African Violet Society Makes State Pair Plans WOOD RIVER — Plans were made to "man the booth" o! the Illinois African Vtolet Society at the State Fair In Springfielfl Aug. 13, when the Rosewood African Violet Society met Wednesday at he Alton home of Mrs. C. P. Edsail. Volunteering to work in the stand were: Mrs. Homer Graves, president; Mrs. Eugene Schippert, Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Harrison March and Mrs. Russell Drench. A display of violets will be exhibited and literature will be distributed. Program books for the coming year were distributed to the mem- jership and reviewed. Aug. 24 was selected as the date of a noon-day family picnic kt the Torch Club. Mrs. W. Malcalm was named arrangement chair- nan. Mrs. George Thompson presented "The History of the African Violet" as the program feature. Brighton Rangers At Gillespie Aug. 5 BRIGHTON — Brighton Rangers, men's Softball team, co-managed by Charley Hunt and Eldon Baker, will play Gillespie at a lighted Gillespie field at 8 p.m. Aug. 5. Members of the Brighton squad are Elmer, Gene and Earl Bott, Vernon Davis. James Hughes. Gary St. Cin, Gary Howard, Andy Zerkebach. Tom Baker, Dale Hartsock, Charley Allen and Gene Orban. Child Recovering BRIGHTON - Kathl, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tucker, recently underwent an eye operation and is suffering from an infection at Alton Memorial Hospital. However, members of her family say she is recovering. An arrangement, fashioned by Mrs. Curt Bridgeman and Mrs. Harold Brown, depicted the Lincoln Centennial. Centered about a Colonial couple and a tiny 13-star flag were miniature logs and a display of red, white and blue violets and tiny nosegay bouquets in the same colors. Study School Building Needs At Edwardsville EDWARDSVtLLE - With the completion of the new junior high school here. Edwardsville Community Unit School District No. 7 will have adequate space for the 1960-61 school year. but. with its continued growth, additional space will be Heeded shortly thereafter, it was revealed at a study session of the board of education Wednesday. The board met to review the recently-completed school building survey conducted by the bureau of consultant services of Washington University. The meeting was attended by board President Robert 3. Schaeier, Albert Cassens, Chester Buchta. William H. Dorsey, Robert Wehling. Superintendent A. Gordon Dodds, Assistant Superintendent Loren B. Jung, Junior High School Principal Robert Eberle and Business Manager Herbert G. Brockmeier. It was brought out that the anticipated enrollment of the district WILSHIRE VILLAGE Open Friday Till Nine P.M. FRIDAY SATURDAY On Hie Sidewalk and Parking Lot! Reg. S9.9S "Lightweight A|| j|f| 114 Prs. Men's Casuals OO.uu ''All sizes and widths but not In every style. Chseoutl Women's Canvas Casuals Values to $4.95 Reg. to $4.50 Children's "Famous Brand" BLACK | TENNIS AND STRAPS J SHOES ^ *Actual Values to $4.50. rf ^_ AA rf% Widths: A to D. S1 - 66 L $ 1.66 SAVE! Most Sizes. S1.53 SAVE! WOMEN'S TERRY CLOTH HOUSE SLIPPERS . . . $1.63 A Table Chock-Full of Specials/ Cloaeoutsl WOMEN'S FLATS & CASUALS.... $1.00-$2.00 WILSHIRE VILLAGE Shopping Center Open Monday Friday. Till Niae THRIFTY DRUG WE SPECIALIZE IN NARROW WIDTHS limTli WILSHIRE % ULLAGE tl-30 PMDAY.SATtiWBAY Oil the Sidewalk and Parking Lot'. Reg. 1.50 Value ELEC. SOLDERING IRON . . 77c B8c Value PLASTIC TABLE CLOTHS . 2- 69c All Metal, IB-inch, 2.98 Value PATIO TABLE ....... 1.88 Reg. »8c Multi-Use Colorado LAWN SPRINKLER ..... T9e 80c Value All Weather FLASHLIBHT • • • • Bag of 12 Polyethylene TUMBLERS . Be«. 880 . I9e 77e . S9c value LADIES' RAYON BRIEFS 4 „*. 99« Mo Value, 7-inob Paint ROLLER ail TRAY SET . . . SSe M» Value, 8-PUx* Set HAND GARDEN TOOLS . Set Re*. 8.4» Value Polyethylene VEGETABLE ORISPER ... Me Bag. «.»», Unbreakable Puutic CHILD'S WAQON 98e IM Value, BTWM Finkb Portable RECORD RACK 1.19 (Above. Uem* crt WUahirt Village only) •PEN EVMf fVENINQ AND tUNDAVI PMCM Ww I xira Saving* with £agl» Stamps T Open Friday HIRSCH JULY 29-30 FRtDAY-SATURDAT On the Sidewalk & Parking Lot I Ladies and Children's One Group Men 1 * PLAY SHOES DRESS SHOES Women's and Children's Casuals— Odds and Ends. All sizes but not in Flats and Dress Shoes. All Summer every style. Styles. _ L _ to to $4.33 $<).44 1 to e£ Ladies Cotton RIB ANKLETS Colon Only. Nylon reinforced heel and toe. 39c Value. 5 $tf. 00 pairs JL Men's Good Quality SPORT SHIRTS Men's DRESS PANTS Broken Sites end Styles mm pair Men's $2.50 Value WALKING SHORTS Odds and Ends. Not all sites. Linens Both long and short sleeves. $2.98 and Faded Denims. Values $ 4 .00 $-.00 and $4.28 lodit* ond Children's Summer SPORTSWEAR A real HIRSCH Sidewalk Days Buy! to 2 OFF One Group Lodies A CblUrtn'f LINGERIE Some slightly soiled 58c«.'f Plastic CURTAINS GIFT SETS A real $2.00 Value Reduced for Side- Includes Pillow Cese Sets — Table walk Days to Cloth Sets — Towel Set*, $ * .38 « el .49 1 to OFF Parades Scheduled for Bethalto Homecoming BETHALTO - Persons tote, rented in entering a float In the annual Bethalto Homecoming parade may do so through William Neunaber, It was announced at a meeting of the homecoming committee Wednesday. Parades are scheduled for Sep- will be more than 4.100 In September of this year, whereas In September of 1950 there were only 2,279 in the schools. After hearing reports from the administrative staff as to the present condition of buildings and the future needs of the district, the board discussed various ideas about the best way to proceed in providing classrooms as they were needed. It was agreed that continuous study and planning would be necessary to provide needed space. Plans were also discussed for acquainting the public with the building situation and the recommendations of the Washington University consultants and board of education. t he tember 4 and 5 at 3:30 p.m. during the 3 day Homecoming celebration sponsored by the firemen and American Legion. Marching bands scheduled to appear in the parade on Sept. 4 are: Civic Memorial High School band, Lincoln Drum and Bugle Corps, Okawvllle Explorers Drum and Bugle Corp, Wood River Drum and Bugle Corps and the Wood River High School band. Marching units on Monday Sept. 5 include the Civic Memorial >and, Wood River Municipal Band, Jerseyville Corvettes and Belleville Gabrielettes. Prominent Democratic and Republican speakers will appear on Sept. 3 and 5, it was reported. Dancing will be held all three nights. Music will be provided by tho orchestras of Elmer Humphrey, Irving Dollinger, and the Skylarks. Other entertainment includes Chester Hughes and the Woodcats of Wood River; the Kahok Indian Dancers of Col- linsvillc; Mary Louis Dancers of East St. Louis and Joe Green- SUMMER CLEARANCE WOMEWS to % OFF SLIIVILISS ILOUSI ((•9. 12.91, $3.98 1 • GIRLS' SWIMSUITS—COORDINATIS-IHORTS JAMAICA*—SUM JIMS—PIDAL 7uSHEVs-T.SHIHT$-.DHE$$l$ '/i OFF- MEWS SHORT SLIEVI SPOUT SHIRTS Reg iijgg l»9w Ren. $8.98 .... WALKING SHORTS SWIMMINO TRUNKS SO AQ $ 1 Reg. $3.98. M.98. O* 1 ** Rf«. »«.8« J ALTON PLAZA WILSHIRE VILLAGE Open Friday-Monday Till Nine Hospital News EDWARDSVlLLE-Two areai we ' n and hts Sunset Valley Boys residents were admitted Wed-!° f ^ dl ° statlon WOKZ - who wl " nesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, I appear all three days. Local en- Highland. One patient was dis-i'ertainers interested in appear- charged. |' n S ° n ^ e Program should notify Admitted were: Joseph Krotz, James Apple or Dale Ball, both Route 4; Miss Judith Turner, °l Bethalto. 245 Senimole. j Committee co-chairmen for| Mrs. Mildred Strasen, 8321 the homecoming are Vic Erzenj Klein, was discharged. ijr., and Harry Darr. ! JULY 29.30 FRIDAY.SATURDAY On the Sidewalk and Parking Lot! SIDEWALK SALEI SIDEWALK SALE/ BARGAINS GALORE! OATMEAL COOKIES reduced to only 2lc doz. SUGAR COOKIES reduced to only 2lc dor. Don't forget sandwich buns and bread for that summer time picnic! Friday and Saturday Features German Chocolate Cake $1.69 Special Feature The most interesting chocolate cake in years... Everyone's favorite... Order yours early, especially if you want a larger size. BLACK WALNUT RINGS 74c Doubly delicious coffee cake dough with a delightful black walnut filling.. .Try one today, they're delicious. Open every Friday nite till 9 P.M. MRS. SEIBOLD'S BAKE SHOP Our Wilshire Village Store will be closed for vacations for two ks starting August 1st. Please shop at our Wood River Store weel 148 Ferguson Ave., Fresh bakery goods three times dally. rMrs. Seibold's Bake Shops, Inc. JULY 29.30 pRfBAY.SATUROAY On the Sidewalk and ParUn« Lot I Men's Sport Shirts Values 52.97 lo 57.95 $' NOW w Wilshire Village, East Alton Boys' Sport Shirts Values (o 54.90 $£99 Wllthlr* Vlllaf* Shopphw Cmttr E»t Alton. III. 7 «.m. to 7 p.m. D«ll» Opta Till • p.m. Monday ft Frl. Dial CL 4-2SM Open Friday Nite till 9 P.M. I4» E. Ferguson Av«., Wood Rlvrr. 01. I:M «.m. to I o.m. Dally Open Friday Till • p.m. Dial CL 4-tttZ Quality Slates Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK' WILSHIRE VILLAGE STORE FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY ODDS & ENDS '4000 CLOTHING Plus Selected Groups of Domestics and Clothing at WORTH OF MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S AT JUST K PRICE Drapes in 63 and 90 inch lengths, reg. $4.98 to $9.98, now $2.99 to $6-99. Cafe Curtains in large assortment, reg. $2.98 to $4.98, now $1.99 and $2.99. Print Remnants at '/i off. Group of Toys at '/> off. Rubber Thongs, men's, women's and children's, reg. 49c to 69c, 39c. Fishing Rod Sets at '/j off. OFF A cleen up of odds end ends from Spring end Summer gathered from all] of our five ttores end put I outside on the sidewalk in I front of our Wilshire store. Some counter soiled, some counter tossed, but ell bearing our famous brands. Every item priced to move regardless of cost. Sale begins Friday et 9 a.m. GIRLS' CLOTHING 33 Cotton Swim Suits, Sixes 3 to 6x ot i Off. 18 Quilted Robes, Siios 4 to 14 ot i Off. Odds and Ends of Blouses, Skirts, Orestes and Sweaters ot i Off. Infants Short Sleeve Un- dershirrs, 1, 1J, and 2 Yn. Sixes at 2 for 59c, Girls' Denim jeans, 3 to 6 at i Off. WOMEN'S CLOTHING Odds and Ends of Dresses, Blouses, Sportswear ot i Off. Salesmen's Samples of Canterbury Sweaters, sixe 36 at i Off. Knee High Stretch Nylon Hose at 50c Pair. Playtex Girdles and Black Bras and Strapless Bras by Exquisite Form at i Off. Lime Colored Roll Sleeve $3.98 Blouse for 99c. 2-Piece Ladies' Dresses ot $3.99. Here's Your Chance to Save AS NEVER BEFORE m EVER ABAINI Be Here Early wd You Won't Be Disappointed! BOYS' CLOTHES 97 Short Sleeve Sport i Shirts, Reg. $1.98 ot |99c. 12 Spring jackets lot i Price. 63 Colored [Lev! jeans, Sizes 3 to [12, Reg. $2.98 at $1.99. 67 Better Spring Pants, Sixes 8 to 18 at i Off. 11 Summer Pants at J Off. MEN'S CLOTHING 116 Short Sleeve Sport Shirts, Reg. $1.98 ot 99c. Swim Trunks Reg. $3.98 for $1.99. 63 Pairs of Spring Slocks, sizes 28 to 32 ot it* 2/3 Off. 67 long Sleevf Sport Shirts, Reg. $2.98 to $5.00 ot i to 2/3 Off. 14 Wool Sport Coots, Reg. $25 to $35 ot $15. Levi Casuals and Chine Spikos, Rtg. $4.98 for $2.99. Group of Spring jackets at J Off. Odds and Ends of Sweaters/ Dress Shirts, Caps ot i to 2/3 Off. T

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