Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 19, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 19, 1963
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Know The Reason? SEE OUR AD IN THURSDAY'S PAPER Miller's Department Store MONTICELLO PLAZA, GODFREY Read TelegraphWant Ads Daily Report Break*tn At Jerseyville Implement Firm JERSEYVILLE — Burg lars broke into the Isringhausen Implement Co. at 1001 West Carpenter St. early Monday evening. City police officers Edward Hertson and Paul Wheaton, who investigated the break-in reported that the electric clock at the company's place had been stop- ped when disconnected at about 9:58 p.m. The burglars took great pains in making an entry by removing a large glass window from the side of the building. They first removed the molding, then removed the glass. Inside the office and display building, tten burglars rifled a soda water machine and stole a set of socket wrenches. When they left the building, they replaced the window glass in the frame, but did not replace the molding. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brangenberg of Kampsville have given the name Cindy Lou to heir infant daughter born at 6:50 p.m. Friday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Okla Mooney of Rockport, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brangenberg of Kampsville. Before her marriage Mrs. Brangenberg was Miss Laura Mooney. The couple has a son, Dennis Lee, aged 6%. CAPETOWN — South Africa is planning a new grain elevator. NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON. THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 1 ' ^^"^^^^•••^PiMH«^H^HHlH^I^Mi^HHM^|H|^^HHH^HiB^IMHMMBBMHVB^^^^Hi^''HV^BHB^V^^*^iMi^M^^MBMBMMMB''V HBBMIIBMH>l 'V | ^l^'^^'M^B^^i^BVBBMBBiHVMBBVM^^i^*l VH ^ HMH ^ H ^^ HI> * H * HIM ^ MMI! America's Greatest Sport and Vacation Sale . *'. . **• > Recreation Department Staff Model Dong Ford Golf Sets 44 7-clnb Sets 1 and 3 Wood* 3, 5, 7, 9 irons, Putter Kmceptionally low priced, yet a fine set of clnl* y*m11 be proud to own. Matched set has famous Trne Temper Magna-Power shafts, robber grips. Square toe head design has weight at hitting area for maximum power. Woods have gleaming burgundy-finished persimmon heads. 11-club set, 3 woods, 8 irons 68 W Set of 8 DOUR Ford Irons 1, 3, 4, S, «, 7, «, 9 Set at S Drag Ford Woods S<* includes 1, 2 S duba ---- „ 33** Set of 4 Doug Ford Woods Include* 1, 2, 3, 4 cluba ____ 43** The Entire Family Will Enjoy Summer Fun With Sears Ted Williams Approved Equipment 6 Player Croquet Member of Ted William* Sports Advisory Staff Doug Ford One of the top ten all-time PGA money winners! Doug works whb Terl and Se»r« buyers to develop the boat golf values money can buy! Vm .for the FamOf Sean Finest! MaTletB have rubber tip* for lively action. Golf- type cart store, playing parta. Regulation size rock mapk balk. Ted Williams Archery Sets Complete Jolly equipped for target, hunting Cphing. Includes 5J<£ -ft. laminated Ww, 8 arrow*, reel,' quiver, guard. Beat Tennis Rackets 15 4*4, 4* fa. For dhwnpionship play. Rugged 7-ply frame, filter and aah reinforced ttcoot and ahonldcr. Lhtle League Bate. . . ' Uttle League Balls • . -I 75 Approved for bo/V baseball Iff Little League Baseball, Inc. ««V<'t.v. < Golf Carls Golf Carls Cut! Fold easily, fit all ' Sare $2.96! bags; Rust resistant. able handle. 10-in. wheels. lar $14.95 11 Golf Bags Cut! Men's Golf Bag* Save $2.50! Brown In red, black «r or redl Regular brown. Compart$10.49 ^»B mem i ' ~ ,.<» Ford Golf Balls ;P; l£$8$^A*&f^E Golf Club Tubes Golf Caps Cut! Golf Glovw Cut 36%! Light- Regular $1. Adjuut- Men's* woine-n** Pro quality! Rubber weight plastic. Reg- able back. Em- *tyle«. Leather woun^qiiidcenten • " -^ broidewd. QQ« -'~ n " S ° *»- «^» • nlar 19c ea. Jr. Archery Sets Ted Williams Approved. 4}^.ft. bow, target, fishing, hunting arrows. "• *ySO Badminton Seta Save $2.101,4 rackets, net, stakes, shuttlecocks. Regular $6.98 Buy now! /glUf Arrows Cut TSc Target arrows in 24, 26, 28 inch lengths. Regular 29c ea. 6 for Stock Up on BB*i For all J. C. Biggin, and Daisy air rifles. Buy now! Tube of 600 only . . . jj K m Tennis Rackets Laminated construction. Resilient nylon . Leather grips. £88 Combination Sets Save tl.83, Volleyball, badminton. Ball, 4 rackets, net, stakes. Regular $8.49 Swim Masks Amber tinted lens, molded white vinyl mask seals air tight. Buy now! '7'7e Swim Sets Cut 85e Swim fins, junior swim mask, snorkel. Small, medium, large. Regular $3.29 O44 NO MONEY IIOWN ON ANYTHING YOU BUY AT SEARS Save $11 on 10x12 Ft. Umbrella Tents Reg. 90.00 Now reduced from Sears already low 4-Star Value price of $90!" Big 10xl2-ft. water-repellent tent with sewn-in floor. 3 nylon screened windows and doors provide 4-way ventilation. Self-supporting tent and canopy frames eliminate guy ropes. Tent "fly" keeps (out cool, 8,50. Extra Side Awning, $21 9x9 Ft. Size Umbrella Tents AQ 95 Reg. 64.98 *iu Complete with awning poles, zippered nylon screen doors, 3 nylon screened windows. Sliop at Sears and Save Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Bade ALTON, HX. Phone HO 5-5511 STOKE HOURS Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9 to 9. Other Days 9 to 5. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull| Connie Gross Heads Medora Rainbow Girls MEDORA — Miss Connie Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Let's just, play hooky, Frank . . . after he gets our glasses adjusted, let's take in the flower show!" Medora Church Women to Meet MEDORA — The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Marie Turner with Mrs. Frank Hunt as the assisting hostess. Lesson leader will be Mrs. Bill Rathgeber. The Altar Society of St. John's Catholic Church will meet at 8 p. m. today in the church basement. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ly n n Waltrip, Mrs. Paul Kallal and Mrs. Kathryn Burns. Announce Birth MEDORA — Friends and relatives have received word of the birth of a son to Cpl. and Mrs. David Fricker of Havelock, N. C. The baby who was born June 1 at the Cherry Point Base Hospital, weighed seven pounds and 1 ounce at birth and has been named Dane Lynn. Mrs. Fricker is the former Miss Nancy Hank- ins of Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricker of Medora and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin H a n k i n s, Greenfield are grandparents; Mi's. Nancy Woods, Medora, Mrs. Faye Melvin and Sam Hnnkins, Greenfield are great-grandparents. LONDON — Four thousand people are reported to have attended the opening of England's newest bingo and roulette casino. Open 9 to 9 Mon, to Sat, ; SMITH ALSOP^ FINE PAINT FAMOUS WALLPAPER ART MATERIALS EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Phon* 254-S023 ficer. Wrstefn Visitors MEDORA — Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Downs last week were: Mrs. E. J. Armantrout, Hayward. Calif., Mrs. Carl Flamm. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murray and family, Laramie, Wy., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downs, Jersoyville. Delbcrt Gross, has been install- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mormon and their daughter and family of Tracy, Calif. Hobby Clnh MEDORA — The Hobby Club will meet at the home of M r s. Nelson Releford of Hcttick Friday, June 21, at 2 p.m. oH worthy advisor of the Medora Rainbow Assembly. Installation was held at the Masonic Hall in Medora. Other officers installed were: Carolyn t?runaugh, worthy associate advisor; Linda Schmoeller, love; Sharon Gaffney, faith: Luann Knapp, chaplain; Roberta Frost, drill leader; Jean McDaniels, fidelity: Kuth Williams, service: Janet Woods, hope; Vickey Rogers, religion; Martina Mayline, nature; Verna Sheets, acted as inviting drill leader was installed as charity; Ruth Ann Smith, outer observer; Pat Blotna, confidential observer; Susan Roemer, immortality; and Donna Slightom, patriotism. Janet Cairns was installing of- TASTE CATS LIKE . .. ALL-CHICKEN A STRONGHEART PRODUCT SUPERIOR CARPET CO.'S • 1636 MAIN ST.—UPPER ALTON • WILSHIRE VILLAGE—EAST ALTON MID-YEAR CLEARANCE NOW IN PROGRESS rrf SAVINGS ON LARGEST CARPET STOCK IN SOUTHERN ILU Load up, Chevy II Nova 400 6-Passenger Station Wagon light out and get lost_ Chevy II Wagons—The heft of • suitcase. The rustle of a road map. There's something about one of these spruce, surprisingly spacious wagons that can turn even the routine preparations into a happy part,, of your trip. Take that old bugaboo of packing, for instance. No bother. With the kind of room you get in that easy-loading cargo compartment, you can just abou'. toss things in any old whichway and come out with space to spare. The load won't dampen the spirits of the spunky 6-cylinder engine either. It just hums along passing up gas pumps (there's also a choice of an even thriftier 4 in most W YOUR CHEVROLET DEAUR8 models) like it didn't have a care in th« world. Fact is, it has far fewer care* than most engines —being built with the special knack Chevrolet engineers have for dependability and ease of maintenance. Like a car with ginger—without a lot of needless gingerbread? Your dealer's got a full line of Chevy II's to pick from. Why not drop down and check now while both the trading and the traveling are especially good? And maybe it'd b« a good idea to leave a note for th« milkman on the way out, just in casa you happen to get lost some plac* before you get back. CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY I, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE Authorized Chevrolet Dealet in Alton REILLEY BROS., Inc. 912 E. Broadway Phone: HO 5-77S7 in Wood HiVer ALBREGHT CHEVROLET, Inc. f 222 Edwardsvillo Road iPhone: CL 4.0616

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