Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1963 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1963 Father Link Talks at Carrollton Day Camp CARROLLTON - The R r v. Roinold Link, O.F.M. of Hnmph- rry, Nebr., a former stale of Illinois naturalist at Pere Marciuetle Park near Graf ton. was a guest at the Girl Seoul and Brownir> Day Camp last week and conducted nature walks, assisted by Mrs. William Stelbrink of Michael Greene Pctil Jury Called CARROLLTON Greene Women To Meet A Cirrnit Court pelil jury has hern called for duty .Tune 17 at 10 a.m. Members of Ihe jury panel are and others who were in his parly; ;\] nl .j p Haiilnn. John',I. Kaiser, from Nebraska. 'William Bridgowaler. Robert The Gypsy theme was used at Sethaler, Hollyn Jackson. Thom- Ihc i-ainp which was Wednesday,; as Carmody. Geneva Kessie. Thursday and Kriday nt Hohin | Frank II. Seifrig. Helen Schnol- llood Country Club, with all (ronps,| on Michael Graves. .Itte GoeH. of both Brownies atid Girls Scouts!dey. C'ecil Foiles. and Charles of Carrolllon andn Kldred parlici-j i. ; ,| <r Carrnllton: Avory L. paling. Mrs. Charles Frad.-n - pj,,,!^,,,^ William A. Johnson, burgh of Carrnlllnn was aclivi- ;\| ;ir j on Condall. Lee H. Freer, tics chairman and scheduled Donald K .Andrews, Marian Dori- erat'lr. songs and games lor eaeh; son Kverctl D. Melvin. ofi day. Friday aflonioo,. a gypsy (; lvpn rjp|d : Barkley Vaneil, jamboree was held with c a c h , j^p..,..,,,,), Robinson. Klfie A. Guilday. Friday aflernoon a gypsy, :m \ or o]]ir Carrieo, of Kane; Joe Ross, Mrs. Florence Steidley, Mrs. Sam Thornton, Mrs. Joyce Wollenweber, Mrs. J. J. Claflin, Mrs. Rosemary Flatt. Mrs. Thomas Handlin, Mrs. James Brannan, Mrs. Bessie Koster, Mrs. Arlena Stuckcrt, Mrs. Lowell Kin- scr, Mrs. Sanford Hutchenson, Mrs. Everett Turner. Mrs. Clarence Evans, Mrs. Lewis L. Johnson. Mrs. Wanita Duty, Mrs. Carroll Doyel and Mrs. Lee CARROLLTON — Mrs. Justin Wagy nf Payson, state president . * Lewis. of (he Homemaker's Extension As- Carrollton Notes sociation. will speak at the first I CARROLLTON — Miss Mary annual meeting of the G r e e n e'Thelma Voiles and Miss Sharon County Homemaker's Extension | MeCurley returned home Sunday Association which will be held i from spending a week at the East Tuesday. June IS, at Ihe Christian Church in Roodhouse. Mrs. Wagy will show slides taken on her recent trip to Melbourne. Aus- Brvant. of Eld red: El- jamborec was held with each Iroop presenting a game, skit or song, mn . ( . ( ; ; , f f, 1PV Kdward for the entire group. '•(-,(•»]. of Roekbridge. the camp who; The shoppers for saw that food was plentiful were Mrs. Leon Wagonblast and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Troop leaders who assisted in the ramp were Mrs. Allen Field. Mrs. Anthony Hansen, Mrs. A. J. Sinner. Mrs. Howard Dovine. Mr Donald Cress. Mrs. William Behnen. Mrs. Herman Hall. Mrs. James Bruce, Miss Nancy Tuey, Miss Bonnie Burger, Mrs. William I-^h' 1 " Hopkins and Mrs. Marion W i I rt-jSink. hagon, Mrs. Everett Mehl, Mrs. Paul Dawdy, Mrs. John Byland, Miss Marilyn Mehl, Mrs. Joe Johnson, Mrs. Bruce Wildhagen and Mrs. Frank Schnelten. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Better Quality CASUAL FOOTWEAR Women's Canvas $ I AQ Oxfords 1133 2,99 Men's Canvas Casuals, Oxfords.. Child's $3.98 S I AQ Canvas Oxfords .. I •»l!f WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway A. Doe; Claud A. Howard. Robert II. Lacy. Ixmise Waddell, Wanda R. ; Ahem, Boris N. Lyman. Gor- iairline Hart, Homer H. Marshall. | Lynn Lorlon. George S. Newton. Carrie W. Worcester, Martha K. i Ward. Charles A. Mammon, Mae |K. Campbell. Herman L. Monroe, While Hall; Maude Fennock, Charles Marsh. Ruth Belly Beimel I. Harold Zelma Cheek. Clyde Hopper, Helen Duncan. Doris Camp. Irene Barnett. Hazel Harbor, Rosemary Hannaford, John Spencer, and Ilah Henderson of Roodhouse: Dorothy L. Whorten of Wrights and Robert H. Wear. Mable Killcbrew, Rex Rollins, |and Ruth Koontx, Millview. To Attend Conference CARROLLTON — Mrs. James Ford and Mrs. Oren Siebermann will represent Ihe Greene County Homemaker's Extension at the citizenship conference which is being held June 12 through June 1-1 al the University of Illinois. Mrs. Siebermann will give her lime especially to programming which will be outlined during the conference. LAGOS — A thousand Nigerians will be employed in a new mill. Bay GAA Camp at Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Florus Voiles Jr., spent the weekend in Bloomington and went on to Hudson Sunday to jl'alia. lo the A.C.W.W. conference'accompany Ihe girls home. 'in mtiL'. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Trost and Registration will he at 9:30 a.mjson, left Saturday on a two-week land the program will open at 10[vacation to be spent in New York a.m. Luncheon will be served by I City. Boston, Niagara Falls and a class in the Christian Church.'oilier points of interest in the Reservations are to be made with east. Mrs. James Ford of Greenfield j Florus Voiles Sr., and Dewey spending two weeks at Underwood, Minn. Mrs. John Hosier of Carrollton Greene Delegation to Help Prepare Camp CARROLLTON — Mrs. Eloise Tholen, county home adviser, James Neuschwander, farm advi- si r. David Hemhroush, assistant farm adviser, Miss Rosemary Le mons, Miss Virginia Rawe and Miss Linda Hallock will spend June 13-14 at the Westt 4-H Club end here at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Alvin Rhoads and Mr. anc Mrs. Irwin Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen and daughters and Pete Berry of this city and Miss Aneita Jo Gullett of East Moline left last week to vacation in Florida. vacationing by June 12. New members secured during Ihe recent membership drive who will be honored at this meeting are Mrs. Fred Becker, Mrs. Leroy Hudson, Mrs. Robert Lamb, Mrs. Raymond Pohlman, Mrs. B i 1 1 y j Atwaler are spending is a patient in Our Saviour's Hospital in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hcnkel of the week- Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you arc tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAID tablets relieve this misery with a new principle—a unique colonic nerve stimulant plus special bulking action as recommended by many doctors. Result? COLONAIO puts your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great! Get clinically-proved COLONAIU lodav. Introductory size 43C Camp at Lake Jacksonville in pre-eamp which is preparation for camping this summer. There is an all new staff at the camp this year and the Greene county group will meet the staff during pre-camp days. Greene County 4-H club members are preparing to attend camp this summer and the older members will camp JulJ 29 through Aug. 2. Members under the age of 14 will go Aug. 5 through Aug. 9. "•^•'mmmmmm? CARPET • BINDING • ALTERATION • SEWING • SERGING • RE-WEAVING Expertly Done by Our Carpet Specialists © CARPET & COLOR CENTER MONTICELLO PLAZA PHONE 446-1145 "The Store With the Carpet On the Sidewalk!" OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.! So mo«3> hearing problems can be forgotten With the new MIGHTY WISP® hearing aid! It's the most powerful all-at-the-ear Sonotone ever made. Can help hearing losses up to serious, can even help many now wearing on-body aids. So easy to wear — MIGHTY WISP snuggles behind ear, with tiny tube to eartip — that's all! Never before a Sonotone heating aid so small with so much power, so many features. HOUSE OF MFARING 051 E. Broadway, Alton, Ilj. Send me free copy of Mighty Wisp leaflet: H t>0 Want to Say Goodbye to Hearing Worries?" * II »»* I MIM»M* Addrott .. ....«.««..<>«.*>*.*« ****** t<t«»ttt*«t«it«t«i«*t«*«««t«t Clly ............................................................ Slat* Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Father's Day . STORE M . Sunday, June 16 Alton Plaza and Wilshire Village Open Monday and Friday 9 to 9 SOCKS SOCKS SOCKS for all occasions . . and all so reasonably priced BANLON Cable Stretch DRESS SOCKS 85 C 3 $^50 pair A pair This style is wonderful for dress or sportswear. Colors are bright and sharp. Absorbent, sure-fittins. soft-wearing, automatic wash 'n wear. Banlon socks refuse to bag. sag, shrink, stretch or pull. Cable pattern. One size stretch sock. 2 needle link and link. Colors: Black. White, Navy, Brown, Charcoal, Gray, Tan Loden. Sage Green. Blue & Banana. Banlon Executive Length Stretch Socks Banlon Bulky Knit Cable Stretch Socks Kirbury Cotton Crew Socks. Siy.es 10 to 18 3 pr. Kirbury Cotton Arjfyles. Sizes 10 to 18 8 pr "Supinm" Cotton Dress Socks. Sizes 10 to 13....8 pr. Cotton Kilihed Dress Socks. Sixes 1<1 to IS Adler Wool Sweat Socks Adler "Shape-Up" Cotton Sweat Socks "Railroad" Work Socks 3 pr. .$1.00 .$1.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.0(1 $1.00 ..85c $1.15 BANLON STRIPE CREW SOCK Elasticized stay-up top, cushion sole. A handsome, comfortable and long-wearing sock . . . Colors: White, Black, Grey, Blue, Banana and Brown. CREW SOCK 100% OJIIIIM striped Top. cotton iind nylon sliutch foot. Soft, absorbent cotton makes this ideal for tioll. tennis, beach or iusl rasual wear. White. Grey, Blue and Red. 59* i V* Both Alton and Wilshire Stores MONTH // ' * * • / y LEES / DuPONT CONTINUOUS FILAMENT '*>*& V>', .•, -<* f' ' >•>•* NYLON SQ. YD. 4 BEAUTIFUL COLORS FROSTED COCOA * MONTEGO SAND MUFFIN BRONZE Each year June is our month to clear the warehouse of all rem'nants and short rolls of our regular first quality carpeting. THIS IS A LEGITIMATE SALE. ALL PRICES REDUCED FROM REGULAR PRICE. All first quality. No seconds. These are remnants and balance of rolls from our regular stock. No special "Sale Goods" have been brought in for this clearance. Choose from All Three Fibers WOOLS-ACRILAN-"501" NYLON Al] Popular Colors! Lees • Cabin Crafts • Firth • Bigelow • Downs • Gulistan • Roxbury At mid-year here is your chance to save money on highest quality carpeting available in this area! Our distinguished reputation is behind every one of these exceptional buys. May we invite you to see these exceptional carpets now and save money during our Annual Mid-Year Carpet Clearance Sale. Bring in your room measurements and we will he delighted to help you with choosing the proper carpet for your room , . . also tell you exactly how much carpet it will take to cover the area. Listed below is only a partial list!UK o( the many buys you find here today. Sole Price 86 Size 12' x 10'9" Manufacturer Fiber Lees 501 Nylon Color Tone on Tone Green Reg. Price 129.00 " x 15'3" Lees 501 Nylon Frosted Cocoa 144.00 12' x 8'6" 15'x8' Lees 501 Nylon frosted Cocoa 102.00 Lees All Wool Gold Plush 133.00 96 68 80 00 00 00 9' x 10' Lees All Wool Tone on Tone All Wool 129.50 83 00 2—9' x 12' Lees All Wool Burnt Orange UD.40 '«" x 12' Lees All Wool Gold and Orange 125.00 12' x 15 Cabin Crafts 501 Nylon Butternut 100.00 12' x 15' Lees 501 Nylon Limestone 180.00 12'x 11'2" Lees 501 Nylon Frosted Cocoa 120.00 12' x 8'8" 10'fi" x 16'5" Lees Firth All Wool Cameo Beige 126.50 140 130 _82 80 00 00 50 70% Wool, 30% Nylon Hickory Beige 212.00 15' x 19'2" Lees All Wool Plush ANNUAL MID-YEAR Sun Gold 480.00 00 15'x 19'(i" Lees All Wool Plush Green 325.00 00 15' x 32' Bigelow 501 Nylon Green 7.95 Sq. Yd. 12' x 21' Lees 501 Nylon Montego Sand 225.00 126°° 256 1M 5 154 95 Sq. Yd. )0 12' x 31'3" Lees 501 Nylon Muffin Beige 309.00 00 CASHVAlUf IJMIUS EAGLE STAMPCO We Redeem Eagle Stamp Books! FILLED EAGLE STAMP BOOKS WILL APPLY ON THIS SALE! 15' x 23'3" Roxbury Heavy Acrilan Parchment 12.95 Yard 95 Yd. 15' x 22'6" 15' x 31' Lees All Wool Wilton Beaver 12.95 Yard 8 8 95 Sq. Yd. Roxbury AH Wool Axminster Green 9.95 Yard 15' x 24'1" Lees Acrilan Gold Tone on Tone 10.95 Yard Yd. 05 Yd. 15' x 16'2" Lees All Wool Plush Beige 405.00 216 00 15'x 17' Bigelow 501 Nylon Honey Beige 224.00 172 00 15' x 20'8" Lees 501 Nylon Sandstone 345.00 207 00 12'x lfl'5" Cabin Crafts 501 Nylon Cream Beige 198.00 132 op 12' x 13'G" Lees Heavy Wool Twist Beige 270.00 144 00 12' x32'5" 15' X21' 15' X U'3" Lees 501 Nylon Limestone 270.00 210 00 Cabin Crafts 501 Nylon Cream Beige 315.00 210 00 Lees Acrilan Gold 207.00 131 00 »' x 12' Cabin Crqtts 301 Nylon Mist Blue 108.00 15' x 33' Lees All Wool—Carved Pearl Beige 10.95 Sq. Yard 1? 6 00 95 Sq. Yd. 15' x |7'11" Cabin Crafts Acrilan Blue - Green 390.00 270 oo „ I'll'lll ' 1, » i ' I (I 1 fcf'fflr I2'.\30' 12' x21' Downs Lees All Wool Wilton Sand Beige 11.95 Sq. Yard 501 Nylon Frosted Pecan 8.95 Sq. Yard 7 95 Sq. . Yd. 6 95 Sq. Yd. SUPERIOR CARPET Co. 1636 MAIN ST. —UPPER ALTON — 465.2525 ... 4 WILSHIRE VILLAGE —EAST ALTON —CL 4-4932

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