Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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TMtmSDAT, AUGUST 4, i960 AI/TON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Gas Station* tJse One Tank, Several Labels Vt. (API - At least 10 gasoline station's in southern Vermont are selling gasoline from a single tank through differ- ( ently labeled pimnm at different I Read Telegraph Want Ad* Daily prices, Atty. Gen. Thomas M. OR- brvoise says. Thn difference in price is as much as four cents a gallqp. Thr attorney general warned that siif-h a practice, if done knowingly by attendants, constitutes fraud. Jeneyvitte High Grads Scholarships JERSEYVILLE — George T. WilMng, superintendent of public instruction, has notified County Superintendent 0. A. Witaon that three additional graduates of me Jersey Community High School have been awarded teacher education scholarships. These were issued from the pool of scholarships not used by other students. The recipients are Larry L. Davis of Dow, son of Mr. and SHOULD YOUR TELEGRAPH CARRIER FORGET YOU... Mrs. Laverne Davte; Annex ture event for the All Sports Day ami will include activities that win test the endurance, strength, speed, accuracy and H agility of the contestants. i ' r mitral of tntwit Ma- .fERSEYVILLE - funeral rie Dougherty, daughter of Mr. ; services for Frank Mam, Infant find Mrs. William Dougherty and son of Paul E.. and Bett.v Loti Sandra Ellerman. daughter of Jones Main, were held from Mr. and Mrs. both of The scholarships arc for four Harold Ellerman Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyvllle Tuesday at 2 to Scenic Hill Cemetery in CarrolltonLodge 70 Atteml tt tt Honors Leaders MMU*T 4 T01* ANNUAL SALE OF FASHION STOCKINGS Only once-o-yeor does this great.event fake place, to don't miss your opportunity to etock up on the famous luxury flntt and tone* • •f the fashion world. Smart women buy them for now, more for gifts later on I to0ufar $1.35 NOW 1.09 pair - 3 poiri $3.1f \ lef ffyiet and deier/prion fepuior $1.50 NOW 1.19 pair - 3 pair* $3.30 B«f «ty/ei and deicriprio* Ie0ufor It .65"NOW 1.32 parr - 3 pafri $3.90 JM cfyftf and description • ParrJr /re* on our lot while shopping at Phoebe Goldberg's and ask about out "PEP" Account. Phoebe's Extended Pay. With "PEP" you have up to 6 months to pay. Phoebe Goldberg, Inc. * SHOP FOR WOMEN DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER years and entitled candidates to Grafton. enter teacher training at five Thr -chid was born July .'11 "at state universities: Illinois State St. Joseph's Hospital In Alton Normal University. Normal; and lived only four hours and 40 Northern Illinois University, DP- minutes. Kalb: Southern Illinois Unlver-i He Is survived by his parents: slfy. Carbondale: Eastern Illinois'two brothers, Paul and Enos Lee University, Charleston and West-! Main: two sisters. Elizabeth and ern Illinois University, Macomb.! Kvia Main, all of Grafton; his Four other local graduates who 'paternal grandfather, Edward were previously approved for'Main am * maternal grandmother! teacher education scholarships Mrs Sarah Jon <* «' Grafton. i ^re: Jacqueline Ringhausen, OnHstng Livestock Losses j daughter of Mr. and Mr. Ted JERSEYVILLE — The heatj Ringhausen, John R. Gowin, son wavp of Wednesday and Thurs-| of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Gowin. ^ brought losses to some Jer-j Sharon P. Flowers, daughter of sp - v County farmers. i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Flowers, and Fat h °Bs WP1 * un « b ' e «° 'f^e Janet L. Cox, daughter of Mr. thp sudden 100 degree heat and and Mrs. Herschel Cox all of: di . ed in spveral reported rases Jerseyville. : ^'hcre shade and water were not Treated for Knee Injury. i JERSEYVILLE — Jeff Warix, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Warix of Jerseyville, was brought ^ me ?°™ °" hillv sl °Pf s vv ™ to the Jersey Community Hos-; b f^ ling l °J how . ^ ns of firin «<- pltaK at 7 'p.m. Tuesday forj What's That Again? treatment. ; ASHLAND CITY, Tenn. (AP) The child fell on the ground at—The Rev. Frank Simpkins, 96, his home and cut his left knee, i a retired Free Will Baptist min- The wound was sutured and the ister, holds the distinction of patient released. j having a Methodist church nani- I'lan All Sports Day ed after him, It's the Simpkins JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey-j Chapel Methodist Church near ville Play Grounds will hold an j here which the Rev. Mr. Simp- All Sports Day on Aug. 12 at the j kins served for some 80 years West Elementary Playground i when it was the non-denomina- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Commings and family left Wedtres- day for a few days visit his aunt, Mrs. Elizaheth Stair KANFO — Ahout 70 attended fliin Licking, Mo. bridal shower Tuesday night for! Mr - and Mrs - Victor Ladd - Ml9B CARROLLTON ~ Past worthy ; M|M j Hamon who ^ ^ matrons anri patrons of Trmplr ... Chapter of the Eastern Star'™"" 1 ," 1 fo 'f ™* ™ Au «' were honored -W a rarrv-in sup- It" 1 3upm ' at lhp per and ceremonial Tuesday eve- ™ p ! h ?* Cr tiinR at a meeting of the chap- «<*""* dinin « ™™' _, . „ _ ter at Masonic Temple. Gifts • H^esses were Mrs. R«lphOet- were presented the west p as( ;tle. Mrs. Ismauel King and Mrs. offlrors by Mrs. Oren Sleber.:f nm< ; ?i / llen - fnann, worthy matron. '" P |nk « nd « h ' t j'; ... i dolls on the gift table. Miss Har- Guest pant office™ held the mon ,„ , he daughter of Mr and Dorothy Gfbwwn, franeM Ofr> erson and W. C. Oztwn PBhirn- Tuesday from a vacation* Wp te Kiffls(W and oft,,™*, Sprfmrs. ...... ..... _ ......... _______ ,. Telegraph Want Ads "CLK* 1 * offices and Mrs. Clarence Horn served as worthy matron and| ; Mrs W|1]iam Hnrmmv Ktn* !Votes Raymond Swarm as worthy pa- KANK _ Mrs olad Camp .j tron Mr. and Mrs. William be|| ^ |nfant son Sheets of East Alton were associate matron and patron.* Other officers were Mrs. Ad- Monday from Boyd Hospital. Carrollton. home' Memorial) „ . , .. .. , Lewis Davenport entered Boyd ran Read, treasurer; Mrs. H. MemoriH , IIospUa , Sufl(1ay for ( H. Levi, secretary; MM. Ivan Beeb£. conductress; Mrs. Alfred Johnson, associate conduc- o , ncred for rnin <™tinued.i ! Sevprttl '"men; reported that tress; Mrs. Gallic Short, chaplain; Mrs. Howard Kessie, organist; Miss Lena Keyes, marshal; Mi's. Everett Mehl, Ada; Mrs. Herbert Harr, Ruth; Mrs. Leo Hlndclang, Esther; Mrs. Byron Rhoads, Martha; Ciller, Electa; Ml* Richard Mrs. Emma Pierce, warder; Howard Kessie, sentinel. medical treatment. Mrs. George Daniels retuned' home Monday from Jersey Community Hospital. School honoring Mrs. Bertha Celi, the worthy grand matron of the order of the Eastern Star. and| her official family. The meal will j^c served at 6:30 by mem-| bers of the Band Booster's club of the school. Mrs. Oren Sleber- Imann. and Clarence Horn, wor- Announcement Was made con- j thy matron and worthy patron of! ceming the dinner, ceremonial j the local chapter, will serve in; and reception which is to be giv-|that capacity for the evening, en Saturday evening in the Car-j with members from the other rollton Community Unit High j host chapters filling other offices. beginning at 9:30 a.m. A Pentathlon ' will be the fea tional Marrowbone Church. Union! PHONE FOR DELIVERY DIAL HO 5-6641 BEFORE 6 P.M. DAILY 5 P.M. SATURDAY • CIRCULATION DEPT. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Rogiattr In Our Sw»ot«r Dtportmtot tor o FREE Qiven Away Octobwr JOlb. GIRLS! JOIN OUR SWEATER CLUB Only 50 cents down and 50 cents per week will hold your ' V Sweater in lay-away until Oct. 10th. r t Cbotat tf b» luscious Garland Sw»fters«~Chooie .from dressmakers at truly down-,to-earth ••rrland Dreannpun—».t| f« 12.fl Bulkies—10.fl eolle«tt«n of ela*|}«i and W!llowi P unt--4,f| cud 7,f| SlwIile.Mist—7,f| LEVIT CASUALS • net* college favorite for LEVrS gt-Mt FUP-TOP POCKET* FLIPJOPS Jvit Ilk* Iff Irofhtr'il They're LEVTS new Flip-Top*-top colle«i«te ityle-now m'boy*' we*. Plein front, •liro, trim cut, end the smart new Flip- lop back puck»«B-e LEVI-8 ezclunv»l IB rucgvd W«eto end Wear fabric* hs your Uvonte eportiwear coJor»-»» right for adioot or play- Get Aim a couple of ppirt .. - tt your famritt ttant MM IW» W MI'WIIK W » m 1.1, Mr, w. (M Mini*** *»»i «*n i< i««' ITI«M» i c» . i|miM IT., ui PRESCRIPTION SUN CLASSES DR. A. C. SCHWARTZ (OPTOMETRIST) 1104 Milton Rood (Across from Fire Station) Phone HO 5-2221 Friday/ • a.m. to f p.m. Hours: Dally I a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Wednesday t a.m. to 12 Noon MONOGRAM YOUR "SHIP 'N SHORE'S Th« dirtinctive embroidered monogram •hhrt is yours and yours alone. Precisely tailored of 65% Dacron* 35% Cotton, the perfect quick-dry blend. Size* 30 to 38. Blouses —Street Floor LEFT-OVER DAYS Sometimes "Left-Overs" Make the Best Dishes! Our Summer "Left-Overs" are Priced to Sell—So Hurry In for Best Selections! FOR WOMEN 2.99 1-99 » 4-99 to Women's 2 pc. playsutts reg. 5.95 Women's blouses values to $8 Women's co-ordinate sportswear values to 14.98 Entire stock women's summer costume jewelry /Z PRICE Summer sportswear by famous makers. Skirts, Blouses, Calfskinners, Pedal Pushers, Slacks QQIyiO/ and Shorts. Reg. 2.98 to 7.95 .... WV /3 /O Off Entire stock women's "\ /— spring coats ... /Z PRICE Women's raincoats, ^11 values to 17.98 ' • Misses and half size dresses, values to 8.98 Junior and misses dresses, $JC $OA values to 39.98 «* l» ft.U Clearance of women's bras, values to 5.95 Men's summer suits, reg. 39.95 Men's summer suits, values to x $55 Men's summer suits, values to 49.95 . . . Men's 2-pants suits, reg. 59.50 Men's all-weather coats, reg. 29.95 - 29.99 33.99 39.99 49.99 19.95 FOR BOYS- 1.39,2.99 1.99 3.99 1.99,3-99 99" and 1.39 FOR MEN- 1.69 * 2. I •98 >o T. $ 9»'17 Men's deck pants, reg. 5.95 Entire stock men's knit shirts, values to $5 • Men's short sleeve sport shirts values to 8.95 Entire stock men's bermuda shorts, values to 5.95 Arrow flip front dress shirts, reg. $5 CromweM white dress shirts, reg. $5 Hathaway white dress shirts, Q values to 8.45 V Entire stock of men's straw hats, values to 10.95 Men's Wembley ties, reg. 1.60 and 2.50 Men's jewelry values to $6 Men's billfolds, values tp $6 Men'i jewelry boxai Men'i slacks, values to 6.96 Men's better slacks, values to 12.98 2-99 * 2-99 4 3 3.99 3.99 3.99 3-99 3-99 5-99 Entire stock boys' swim trunks, .values to 3.98 Boy's shorty pajamas, reg. 2.98 Entire stock boy's summer suits and sportcoats Boy's sport shirts, values to 2.98 : Boy's dress slacks, values to 5.95 Boy's unlined jackets, values to 10.98 Fall suits and sportcoats, values to $35 •' Boy's summer ties, values to 1.50 Boy's belts, reg. $1 Boy's cabana sett, reg. 6.98 Boy's beach jackets, \ \ reg. 2.98 la' IN THE COLLEGE SHOP Summer suits and sportcoats White linen sportcoats, reg. 19.95 3. OFF 14.99 87' 1-87 1.50 249 FOR GIRLS- 3. 6. dresses, values to 16,98 .. «* Entire stock girl's spring eoats Famous make coordinate sportswear, values to 6.98 . Entire stock girl's swimsyits, values to 7.98 Girl's blouses values to 3.98 ,.. i« ..>,..... ev Wl ....... 72PIICI 1.29.3.99 »ZiW OPEN FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. v

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