Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 10, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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PAGE T\VErnY-Tvvo ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, I960 CARMVAI. Jersey Blood Drive Nets 101 Pints JKKSKYYII,I,K.-The Herl Cross hloofimnhilr unit \\ilt pa\ ifs next visit to Jersey CoiinU on Oct. 7 ;ind s ;ind the quota for each day will lie 128 pints. Residents of .1rrse\ Counh do •d 101 pints of hliiod to the Jcr- s'A County Blood Program when ihr hlnodmnhilc visited here Kri- -ii\ :ii the Kirs! Baptist C'hurch. Kift\ six persons specified HIM! r blood doiiiition \\iis ii re- placptnrnt for a patient in the Jrr- RpRiRtpred nurses donating their sr.v Community Hospital, fivr for j servirps wrrr: Cnrn! Getl. Betty :< pjitirnt in the Chilrlrrns' Hospi-JMinrlrup. Virginia Wirland. Eileen lal in SI. Ixniis: and one each for j Conn(l] jy. Ruth Schneider and patients in St. Joseph's " os P' tfl1 1 Sandra Miller, in Alton ami Barnes Hospital in|' iSI. Louis Volunteer personnel included (\Vilmn Church. Mnr\ Burgr. Su- James Nimerick qualified and| s . in Nn) , Sy , vja Mn ,,,. r Kathleen : was awarded ;i three gallon pin al Umrlon Anit;i Henderson. Nadim 'his Inn''. Robert Murrav \Vilhur MeiM-mann received gallon pins and Mrs. Klsie nititrham and F.lnier Fletcher of ;illr| Warner. Bernice Knihley. Floi '""•'dice Stelle. Mrs. S A. Ben/. Mrs (-iin-ii,,,, chin«^. M.j..,r.,i'<ii Madden, "Mom just stepped oul for a feu- minutes—could you \ come back in three or four hours?" i Jersey Youths Will Be Charged With Vandalism ~ JERSEYVILLK -- Greene Coun-: K-rVitls. ty officials reported Monday night, fj rp( j a number of cicts of vandalism in that county had traced and stated that they the violations to a {Sometimes the yun isll west fashion from thejl car inside the citv limits an (III again on a rural highway. Thej iKiin's emprv shells were extracted i group of five Jersey County teen-| (( . om thp n f( £ew n| htfi I age youths and possibly seven. | a , , h( , inlersertioi , of West Pe , irl ! Positive identification had been, nnf| Nor)h WashinRton slm>ts .j Some of the shells were recovered | use. , (iui'sts of Mrs. Kosentlial : JERSEYVILLE - IMi-s. War- I ren Gray, Mrs. Lena Devening, ,and Mrs. Leal Cason were .en- established, Greene officials say. regarding the ones committing and Rfp Mng hp]{J , ^ f(jr the acts, according to reports } fw{lw . idpnl|fk , lUon ' supplied by the Jei'se>ville Police Department cooperating with the Greene County sheriff's office in apprehending the group. -.-• According to reports, --some ol the acts of vandalism committed i tertoined at a luncheon Mon- by the quintette consisted of day at the home of Mrs. Gertis| smashing the ?lass in a maintain-jRosenthal in Fieldon. The event | er outfit, breaking of windows in had been planned a year ago butt motor vehicles, dragging across a the gettogeUier was postponed; highway of a metal whistle and "hen Mrs. Rosenthal went; dragging onto a highway of a lank ' abroad to visit her son and from a farmer's premises. family. A roundup uf the offenders was scheduled to take place this morn-. ing by local officers cooperating > with the Greene County 1 officials, i City police expected to question! the group regarding a number of acts of similar nature that have; been committed' in the Jerseyvill 1 ? • ^,V nw ' 6 , e e .^ n ^ or drin.MnB may be e! . . .. , r^ CM •„ . i source of mild, but annoying bladder ii-rl- . VJCIIllty and Deputy .Sheriff Adyill | tations-makinj-you feel restless, tense,11 DeSheHi-i rpnorted Tuesdav -ifter- a ! 1 .l uncoD . ltoi ^« l)le - A «d if restless nights! I ueantina ie|K)uea iu(.sua\ iiuti , with nagemg liackache. headache or mus-J noon that he had been called re- • cular aches and pains due to over-exertion,, ,, , , ,. strain or emotional upset, arc adillna toll CCntly On Several vandalism acts ! your miscr>-_Uon't wait-try Doan'g Pills. I in the city and rural areas and - [ ie ^ 0 ^? r] '^J.''' h ^ cvle;!aw * ( ^ t ^p i J" weedy re-,I expected to qui/ the youths after ;!jj tt J de '•irritations. 2-A fast pain-relicv- ! they are released in Greene Coun- • ai&es? musc°"ar n ^ir? and^ains ^"-"A : I j., i wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the I v ' ... . ,. : (k 'an««. t«ndmg to increase the output of' Ihe discharge Of firearms at ]Uie 15 miles or kidney tubes. So, get the; night from an automobile COntin- |for' 1 over P 60 years. ™ewJ ll |"i\r«« V6 econ°my'i Ues to be reported at regular in-''^ saves money. Get Do'an's Pills today I j THE BOSS IS AWAY . . . AND THE CATS WILL PLAY! Why "Good-Time Charlie" Suffers i Uneasy Bladder! THE BOSS IS ON A VACATION AND BUYING TRIP HE'S SCOUTING THE MARKET FOR THE \ LATEST AND FINEST GIFT ITEMS FOR FALL/ WHILE HE'S SCOUTING, WE'RE SHOUTING! About Our Wonderful Saving Event THURS., FRI., SAT. ONLY WITHOUT RESTRICTION OF OUH ALREADY LOW, LOW PRICES 01) anything in our it ore. Thit includes w«tchet and jvwelry Uft for repairs, loo! | Open Friday «nd Monday Mites Till 9 P.M. [ Home of Huiul«<i mid \<jlum<-<J Ultuitoudt tavi at 212 W, Third St. - Downtown Alton i Ix's Shines. Mari;arel IGoldie Atchinsoti. Kliznbeth .terse.x-ville and Ed \\iist of Field-; Bl . nok ,. | nf ,, iM R reitweiser. Edith on were presented one-gallon Pins-! N;li | Mrs . clarence Sunderlnnd. Fourteen persons donated blood : (; U cn S\\eetman. Opal Stephensnn. for the first time in this county. iH ( .|cn Graham. Nancy Guslafson. Mrs Paul Kiehoy ami Mrs. : Mrs. As;i Becker. Mrs. Evc-rett l.lo\d Sundi I'land Sr.. are the! Ed\\an|s. Mrs. l>e\'i Little. Mil- chairman and co-chairman of (hixlrcri Little. Mrs. Gus Henneghaii. Jersey County Blood F-Voyram. Mrs. Amy Mains. Mrs. Clayton I Robinson. Judy Well. Esther JGrahhe, Dorothy Gledhill. Louise j Hauler. Nell Powers. Mrs. Em- imett Murphy. Mrs. B. L. McDow. Memtwrs of the Veterans of Foreign Ware and the American 'ixxion who set up the Bloodmo- \ bile equipment were: Charles Vanausdoll. Virgil Myers. Carl •liross. Jack Mathis. Howard Tucker. Dick 'Pordun. F^edro LeBlanc. l>mald Davenport. Joe Woolscyi Ray Sweetman. Fxl Caskey, Lindell Campbell, Dave Molohon and I Marvin Ford. ! A recent big game fishing; conU'st off South Africa's Cape 'peninsula produced :1B7 big! 'gnnir fish which weighed 17.000 'pounds. Capt Town report«. A carpet was the wedding present that United Kingdom and Commonwealth Girl Guides gave to their Chief Ranger, Princess Margaret. OUT FLOWERS, Fliril Arrinfiminti Membtr Pietist's Tolograph Delivery Association r LEO WILLIS, SR. LEO WIM.1S, Jit. Alton Floral Phone Ho 1-41 Jl fcvenlngt MO «-8fll7 OUTiST CHILD SIARON Jeffrey, «f e 1 y«»*. •«» «* «*• , M KoMtn, photo. . Henry St., hat mterMI hta III Awirii fir Alttn Ana OhlHrin FREE GIFT »o «v»ry child •nl*r«dl g x 10 oil Colored Portrait ln SPONSORED BV RISSI STUDIO .•,!;-; «"''-'- Readif clegraph Want Ada Daily AT $ 100 WILD I TRADE-IN | ALLOWANCES ON WHAT HAVE YOU DO NOT MISS THIS EVENT NO DOWN MANY MORE GROUPS THAN WE CAN LIST ARE AVAILABLE—YOU MUST SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL ROOM OUTFITS—ALL ON DISPLAY WHAT YOU HAVE MAY BE EVEN WORTH MORE THAN A $100.00 AS A TRADE-IN. COME IN AND TALK TO US AND SEC FOR YOURSELF THE LOVELY GROUPS WE HAVE SET UP FOR YOU. YES, WE WILL ALLOW YOU UP TO $100.00 TO USE PAYMENT ON YOUR PURCHASE-ONLY $2.50 WEEK AS A DOWN ON BALANCE 2 SOFT PILLOWS LAMPS AND PICTURES Included OPEN FRIDAY NITE n n *•*<>? #* "/ • IT COCKTAIL TABLE Included 2 STEP TABLES LOUNGE CHAIR Included LIVING ROOM INCLUDES: • Bed-Divan ee ttplvte with Inntrspring Mattress • Lounge Chair • Cocktail Table • 2 Step Tables • 2 Table Lamps • 2 Pillows • 2 Framed Pictures FREE 60-PIECE TABLEWARE SET e 12 Piece Glassware e 16 Piece Dinnerware e 24 Piece "Malabar" Silverware e 8 Piece Snackware All included at no extra cost with this or any similar dining or dinette group. LOVELY 12-PC, HIDE-A-MATIC LIVING ROOM ENSEMBLE 299.00 moo SALE $ PRICE LESS TRADE YOU PAY ONLY or 199 00 IvviUU DELUXE 10 BEDROOM ENSEMBLE ^ ' 269.00 100.00 169.00 LESS TRADE YOU PAY ONLY MODERN BEDROOM Large Dresser Roomy Cheat Bookcaae Bed Firm Mattress and Spring Fair Pillows 2 Boudoir Lamp* 2 Plc,ture§ .. -j •,.. , r , -. . ..,..,.... 67 PC. MAPLE DINING ROOM ENSEMBLE Mii NO MONEY DOWN 269.00! LESS I TRADE Hulfi'l uncl Hutch UxU'iifclim lublt 4 Ciipluln's Chulrs UO Pieces: Ulsliei., Sllici. YOU PAY ONLY ROOMY 12-PC. SOFA BED SET **? COMPLETE ROOMS SALE PRICE LESS '25MO '100.00 THE SAME PIECES YOU GET WITH THE LOVELY HIDE-AWAY ENSEMBLE YOU PAY ONLY 159.00 BUY ON CREDIT NO DOWN PAYMENT EASY TERMS 'FURNITURE CO. UWntliMdvay —Mm, ID. Oppolit* liacota-Dou0/at Squar* PHONI: HO«arJ J-0074 * Eagle Stamps Your Extra Bonus * Froo Delivery Easy Terrai Opon Hon. I Frl. Nit«iUBtil9P.M, Young Couples This k Your Chance Use Our Lay Away Plan. Garretf s Will Not Be Undersold WE ARE MEMBERS OF THE LARGEST BUYING GROUP IN THE US. NO DOWN PAYMENT SHOP IN AIR' CONDITIONED COMFORT

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