Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 4, 1960
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAtifc CarroHloti Plans , '• Improvement of the CBtrollton CRJ Council, The rtwrt* wHl tM atvwi a cext* wwJ rorfi snd ttrt „..—..-_ in begfn withto a CARROLLTON * BMs wffl te, after the gntfttftif Ol tie opened Aug. 15 for resurfacing 'trad. •<rf soTne of the streets of Car- Laos seeks an American follton, according to plans mud* t° pu»Ucl» and sen H* stamp Tuesday evening at the meeting [ Issues, Vientiane reports. NOW OPEN! WILIHIRI MALL SHOWING CINTM, IAIT ALTON Audrey's Jack 9 n Jill Infants' ond Children's Shop OPEN FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Watch for Grand Opening Special Water and Sewer* Election h A uthoriacd > JERSEYV1IJLE - The Jesey- vtlte City Council at its meeting Tuesday evening passed an ordinance cnlttng a special election to submit to the electors the question of authorizing bonds for improving the combined waterworks and Mwage system of the city. An ordinance was also, passed a» the Jersey Community HOB- ptta!. The baby weighed 7 pounds vlUe Jantor Woman's Chib has received a citation for outstanding Wolfe tn thfe Govnfliuiiity, li'oiii the Gifteral Federation of Wo| men's dubs and the 9ears-Roe- ; buck .Foundation. The contest was nation-wide and 12',i Mao Maxwell. Other Fuller 21, Cynthia Jane 18, ert Julrs 16. William August 9. Catherine Yvonm? 6, Patricia authorizing, and dimming th« Michellp 3 and John Michael 2. ;,*!.. ^signing of a contract to perform | Fornier ReMdMits Merc I l-all fiscal research work relating j JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and !to a bond isstoe or issues for the j Mrs. John DeCourcy of Spring| j purpose of improving and ex-! field, formerly of Jersftyville, tending the sewer system and have returned to fheir home ) i the acquisition and development 'of A water supply. The ordinance for the annual following a short visit hefe at Edwards outer 'lax levy for the City of Jersey-'friends. ; ville was also passed. j They came to attend the wed- A. R. Majorj ding of Miss Theresa Kraus was placed . t m working with the community, i through cooperation with local j I civic, governmental and social j groups in all phases of planning 1 projects. j Among the projects listed by the JerseyvtIJe Junior Woman's Mothers March on 1959 and Heart with program for Exceptional Children in local' schools with both time and mon-i Oo-sponsors of Girl Scout ( ram with the Jersey ville' Woman's Club; Installation ofj phone booth in maternity ward' of the Jersey Community Hos pital; Sponsoring tea for Miss Contest Commissioner stated, that th Bank desired to purchase per-JJerome ~.,.,,,,:.™, „, „,,«,,. mils for at least three parking'were also guests Sunday at the ' meters for which they would 1 home of the latter's parents, Home From Hospital pay $60 each per year but no mo-jMr. and Mrs. Edwards. ! JERSEYVILLE - Robert Mai- tlon was received and no action Plan Social Friday jloy Jr., 14-month old son of Mr. CLIP THIS AD NOW! -IT'S WORTH 10% DISCOUNT Throughout Our Storm Beginning Friday, August SHi, Through Aug. 31 PAUL'S FABRICS COMPLETE STOCK OF FALL FABRICS HAVE ARRIVED! VISIT OUR STORE NOW! We have auMtmblrd the lantext and mo»t stylish election of new materials la our history. WOOLENS iwas taken in tlje matter. Peach Harvest at Peak JERSEYVILLE — The Willing and Mrs. Robert A. Malloy, who Workers i Sunday School Class of JERSEYVILLE -The annual!the Methodist Church will spon- IK-arh harvest is undenvay in sor an ice cream social Friday the commercial orchards of the evening on the courthouse lawn Jersey County vicinity and will j during the band concert, continue at peak volume from! Proceeds will be added to the now until past mid-August. .fund to finance projects for the has been a patient in the Children's Hospital in St. Louis the past five weeks has returned to Jerseyville and is 'at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Malloy. The child was severely burned The quality this season where year. Mrs. William Wade is!on June 28 when gas ignited and Club «<•»« Citation JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey-1 up. In all qualities and weights. More than SM plaids, checks, and tweeds with many matching *olid* itartinf at.... yd. WOOLENS In more than 35 color*. Drew weight,/ coating woolens in a huge selection at reasonable prices. Many of them de- df ner out*, starting at 98 SHOE STYLES Man's Clou-out of JARMAN'S Man's ft Bays' Summar SANDALS .. COTTONS In *tripe«, check*, plaid* and florals in all the new color combination*. Qulltrd cotton*, cotton and wool blends, suiting* and cortluroy*. We have 30 solid color Cromplon corduroyi and 20 printed Oomptnri corduroyi. Many of them with matching cotton print*. VELVETEENS Velvet* and komething ehte new in water-proof velvet for cool *uit* and many other u*e*. There are lot* more new fall fabric* In new blend* and textures, trimming*, braid* and lace*. We would like you to come In and look around and you will *urely find exactly what you want and need for much le«* money than you anticipate. PAUL'S fabrics 204 Store St. Phone HO 2-9022 Alton 11ON. State, Jerseyville, Phone 771 i scientific spraying and care of.chairman of the committee and the trees has been followed is,Mrs. Charles Mashbum, Mm. I excellent and flavor unexcelled. | L "cy Chappell and Mrs. Nona Prices are ranging from $2 on! w ayham B re members. the tree in some orchard tracts 1 i;ind pick your own peaches, to i$4.50 for choice fruit at road-; side markets or orchard term-; itials ready to deliver. , Orchards where you pick your own for so much a bushel werei doing a thriving business in the western Jersey County locality Monday evening. ! Announce Birth of Daughter i ; JERSEYVILLE — Mr, and^ Mrs. Robert G'Sell of Jersey-, ville are announcing the birth of a girl at 4 p.m. Tuesday Aug. 2; i ; Homecoming at ! Fidelity Sunday FIDELITY — The Chordairesi Quartet of the Lltchfield radio, 'station will be the main feature 1 at the annual homecoming program Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Fidelity Baptist Church. i Sunday school will be held at 9:.'ffl a.m. and at 10:30 a.m. The: pastor, the Rev. \V. M. Greer, iwill use as his topic, "A Box of Kindness." A basket dinner willi 'be held in the church basement at 12 p.m. Fidelity Notes j FIDELITY — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruebling have given the name, Laura Ann to their daughter, born Aug. 1 at Jersey Community hospital. Mrs. Ruebling' ' is the former Miss Florence j iSwanner. i i Mrs. Nellie Fischer of Alton j land Mrs. Alice Downs of Jersey-i 'ville are visiting their sister and: i daughter, Mrs. Lucy Ritchey. ; iQn Wednesday, Mr. and Mi's. Fred Downs of Medora and Mr. land Mrs. Vernon Maska.' were i dinner guests at the Ritchey home. i Mrs. Darrell Peters and family! jof Cameron, Mo., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Esto Shaw. underwent skin graft at the hospital. He is recuperating nicely but still nee^is careful attention and will return to the St. Louis hospital Friday for a check in,,.tif.I &•'•• BRECK S H AMPO" WOOD RIVER • 74 fi. Ferguson CLInton 4*4214 EAST ALTON 403 St. Louts and Smith Ave. CLInton 4-8711 JERSEYVILLE 17 N State Street 910 GODFREY MonthwUo IMiua Shopping Crntet Howard fl-»4M Prescriptions are the Most Important Part of Our Business/ CLEARANCE SALE SPRING AND SUMMER SHOES WERE! Were M.ft NOW! Mtn's Jarman Crept Soft LOAFERS . . . Men's Summer Canvas OXFORDS . School Shoes far CHILDREN Were 4.99 2 l»rs. Children'* Back to School CLOSE-OUTS Name Brands Ckildran'i OH Lot Cinvit OXFORDS . . , 100 Laditi' OM Lot of Cmvn SHOES .... Ladin'—Children's Hiuu SLIPPERS . . , 100 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! THIS IS IT! Final Clearance FRIDAY, AUGUST 5TH THRU SATURDAY, AUGUST 13th Spring and Summer Dresses, Sportswear, Blouses, Maternity Wear, Swimsuits, Shorts, Formals, Handbags, Hats, Lingerie, Ludiet' Summer Straw FLATS . . , White e Pink O Beige Ladies' Odd Lat of FLATS . . Were 6.99 2 Prs. Ladies 1 Sandals LEPRECONS LutUe*' Drew SHOES . . . Summer Cioveout* O White o Beige e Blue Were ,8.99 Ludl*.' MlMea'—Betty Burke SHOES Lot No. 2 Ladies' Summar PURSES .... Were 6.99 Price! ALL SALES FINAL Ladies' Smart Maid, VeJv«f Stepf WEDGES -PUMPS • STRAPS .«£ .U*. w.j. ,.„ t Nylon «rt ilock ™ ff? 9 Shopping Center Locations: MONTICELLO PLAZA ALTON PLAZA Uidie*' Straw SANDALS ... •ud WedKei. High Heel Horn* of ih* Pamou* RED CROSS SHOES BUY AHEAD And SAVE MORE ON SHOES VICK5 FRI, and MON. NITstfuntlie 114W. ALTON Helena Rubinstein Annual Beauty Sale Save up to 50% HUT tAfllMO) NAM COLOR RINffJ 9AKKLINOIYIS... All OAY1 Color Lift!* Hair Rinse. Fir* rinse that lattt through fire •hampood Color-Tone Shampoo. Wa»he* your hair with color highlight*. 1JB8 Valmt salel 50 Mascara* Ma tic*. Last* longer. Won't •near or ran. 11 sparkling shade*. Fr«*t Waterproof Eye Liner. Goes on in tecondt...glowi on all day. 2.75 Valtt sale 2°° mrr WIN CAM SNAP! UPS AS YOU CCHOtt •«y> Skin Dew* Moiitnrizing Emulsion. Correct* dryneM night and day, greaselestly. ht«: Deep Cleanser with Penetrel t* cream deep aa ft clean* deep.. SMValut sale 2°° • uyt Jeweler's Mesh Lipstick case reg. 2.60! Beautiful; refillable, pone acceMory. New Heart- Shape Lipstick refill. Give* perfect outline. Reg. 1.00. 3.60 Valut sale I 50 Jnat lour beautiful examples of the tea fabulom valma in thi> limited time aale. Come we, *arel DCCCC HDIIA » Kttdt UKUU STORES Weed Rlv«r ond Godfrey Only • amlif.t BRECK BRECK CREME RINSE Breck Creme Rinse, i* used after the shampoo to add softness, lustre and manageability to your hair. A 2 !-j'oi. bottle of Breck Creme Rinse is now available in combination with each $1.00 bottle of Breck Shampoo . . . both for $1.00 plus M federal ta*. Combination $1.00 flui tt ft*. «*•• oi« firat . Button Hem* P*rmam»nt •'*-S plus tax SPECIAL OFFER! NEW! PURSE SIZE Adorn WITH 60i CRYSTAL CLEAR White Rain only... 99* Colgate Dental Cream Giant lOc OFF Colgate Dantal Craam Large Size 6c OFF Colgate Dantal Craam Pressure Pack 14c OFF Liquid Lustre Craam Large Size llC OFF REESE DRUG STORES ore proud to announce A NEW SERVICE FOR OUR PRESCRIPTION CUSTOMERS In line with our policy to provide flw most modern pharmaceutical methods, we attach to every prescription, calling for safe, precise, external application, a supply of ster- iiaed Q-Tips cotton *waba .. . at no extra coat. Hala Shampoo Large Size lie OFF Hala Shampoo Personal Size 6c OFF Wildroot Cream Oil Large Size 12C OFF Wildroot Cream Oil Thrift Pack lOc OFF U.L. BARBECUE GRILLS 24-inch Grill, Rotlwerie, Spit, Wheel*. , Raise* and lower*. Coppertone finl*b. /A DIVING MASK and SNORKEL ««9iilor $H.»5 Sptclol Complete for Regular 50c SUN HATS Gay Plaid Designs, leaiitiful Colors Well Reinforced Visors DIVING MASK Specie/ Up FEATHER DUSTERS Old Fathioa Type SWIM FINS Adults and Children's Heg. 98c Colorful BEACH BALL 77' Reg. 7* FROZEN DESSERT 1/2 - 59 CHARGE IT AT REESE'S - CHARGE PLATE SHOPPING H' v

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