Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1963 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 17, 1963
Page 24
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING MONBA*, .SA-y Divers to Show Wfires At White Unit div- \VIHTK HALL - The sky I up e:\liiliilion, sjvinsored In 1 the Illinois Valley Parachute (luh of Pmria, will ho seen July 1 at the Linns' Park and will he presented by I.'.") active club members who have hipped over 1,0(10 parachute jumps duriiip the past year. The "Oinlry Cuxins" Squai Pa nee ("luh will he host lo a area sijiiare dance clubs and ei thusiasls al a jniiihoree Snlurda px'eninp. July (i. The jamboro will he held a I the Lions Park i conjunction with the homcconiiiiu July .'), I. ."> and (i. Ted Joslin of St. Louis a n Max Roberts of Grippsville wi serve as callers. (icts l-'iirmrr Decree WHITK HALL — Kthan Cox son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cox and Kobrrl Tunison. son ot Mr and Mrs. Knnis Tunison, all o White Hall, have been awardoc Slate Farmer Degrees. The awards were made Thursday a the Ilinois FKA Convention a University of Illinois. Sliipinanllonipniuker.' To Merl June 27 SHIPMAN — The Shipman Homemakers Extension Association meeting has been postponed until Thursday, June 27, at 1:30 p.m. al (he Catholic church basement. Mrs. Ralph Brueggeman will give the major lesson on "Controlled Cooking." The short feature will bo on salads by Mrs. Calvin Davis. WSCS Meets At Shipnian SIIIPMAN — Van.'iiisd.'ill pave Skapps returned to Macomh on Sfiltirrlay where they will enter summer school at Western Illinois University. Mrs. Grace Henson, Mrs. Mi In Dupan, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mey- Kavernei (i rs attcnrdrd funeral services for Mrs. Lee Hondricks in- Spring- Mrs. the lesson Tea eh 0 u ri on i field Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Rhoari« FREE Delivery ZIKE Pharmacy 627 E. Airline Dr. R.H. Dial CL 9-2263 "\Vhal Should \Vr Children Aboul I he Use of Mon-| anc ) sonR arr visiting friends in ey" at the Methodist Woman's j Cleveland. Ohio. Society of Christian at the' Miss Linda Rlloafl;: of Wilbur Kahl home Wednesday! visited Thursday with Mr. afternoon. Mrs. Kahl, Mrs. Char-jM'^ *<™ Mills and children. les Challneombe and Mrs. Charles Plainview WSCS met Tlunsd.n Skapgs served refreslmients. Shi|>niaii Xnles SHIPMAN - Mrs. (Veneva Reno; afl<1|- wllirh enti'rlained with a dinner at herj sol ' vp( 'home Thursday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wileox ' of Hip Springs. Tex. Mrs. Wilcox, is the former Miss Laverne Reno. ,.. ,-,.•• , .,,, . , , .. t ' Miss Patricia Lilllejohn ol Nash- i ville. Tenn.. visited Friday a n d|\ / Ask for llio Bunion size. Saturday al the Charles Skappsl ionic. Aliss Litllejohn and Tom and liit the Truman Rogers home. Mrs, I Edward Pressler nave the IOSMIM •eshmeiils \v e r c BUNIONS (Jot Hi is quick rnliof. Lifts shoe prpjwnrn, RoothosnnH vapor brite turns grease into soap! Safe and easy. Nothing to apply. Even the dirtiest ovens wipe clean in minutes. No rubber gloves. Vapor Brite is absolutely sale and may be used even around household pets. vapor Pour hot water in the container Place it in the oven for 30 min. Then just wipe the oven clean! At all THRIFTY DRUG Stores ************************ BE * * For The Next Heat Wave... Get Your New Frigidaire Air Conditioner Now Big cooling power! Big moisture removal! 19,000 BTU/HR FRIGIDAIRE Room Air Conditioner 0 Big Cooling Capacity plus Real Dehumiclifying — up to 20.7 gallons of moisture out of room air every clay! £ Quiet Operation — just a gentle, reassuring murmur. 3-speed fan plus draft control to cool around you, not al you! IN STOCK NOW! 6,000 TO 19,000 B.T.U.! r * VVWWW* VW\VWV WWWVVWWWW WW'VVWWW WWVVVWV* WWW* VWW* W V*" Open Mon. & Fri. Nites Till 9 p.m. Jf: )f Jf- >f Open Mon. & Fri. Nires Till 9 p.m. - REFHIDEBBIIDn ^ "Authorized Frigidaire Sa/es and Service" 550 E. BROADWAY HO 5-7721 PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUAUITY Across from Lewis & Clatk Motor Lodge & Restaurant — Eastgate Plaza — I f FOR A LIMITED TIME! rand new 24" x 44" bath towel NOW BIGGER, HEAVIER! PLUS NEW GUARANTEED PUCKER-FREE BORDERS. 9 " Come in get acquainted with our NEW Tile Tone Towels! See how we've improved these towels famous for their beautiful colors and fine quality! We've made them bigger (full 2 inches wider) and heavier! We've given them the new pucker-free borders that stay smooth wash after wash! Colors are glamorous as ever . . . and best of all OLD- regular prices remain at their same fabulous lows! Right now to introduce these new, new towels we've reduced our prices for a limited time! Hurry, come early for this big value! SOLID COLORS: white, baby pink, pastel yellow, orange fluff, pale emerald green, orange ice, azalea, majestic purple, chestnut brown. STRIPE COLORS: baby pink, pastel yellow, orange fluff, pale emerald green, azalea, majestic purple, chestnut brown. Hand Towel Regularly 59c Now Only . . . 47c Washcloth Regularly 29c Now Only. . . 23c *or Penney's will replace the towel 5-PIECE REDWOOD SET $ * >,, , ' 77 BIG REDWOOD PATIO SPECIAL • SETTEE $28.00 • CLUB CHAIR $20.00 • SIDE TABLE $3.00 • COFFEE TABLE $6.00 Weather-resistant, sturdy, stained and sealed Grade A California redwood with button-tufted pads of vat-dyed heavy sailcloth. Fitted with 80% shredded foam and 20% cotton liners ... 2" box edge . . . spring construction seats. The reverse side of the cushions are covered in contrasting color vinyl. CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNEY'S Shop 1O a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue

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