Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Sunday School Program Set At Jersey mile JERSEYVILLE - A special commencement program will be given at the First Baptist Church of Jerseyville at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. Larry Shaw, member of the junior denrtment, will give the call to worship and the pastor, the Rev. Harold E. Lnne, will give the invocation. Claude Gross, general superintendent, will make announcements. The program will consist ol presentations by the kindergarten, Mrs. Paul Erb, superintendent; SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Wallpaper. Ladders, Art Supplies CLOSING OUT! TREWAX One of the world's hardest waxes. 20% OFF 202 STATE ST. Between 3rd and Brondwnv Downtown Alton. HO 2-B123 primary. Mrs. Elmer Howell, su- jerintendent; Middles, Mrs. Roy Story, superintendent, will be directed by children's worker, Mrs. Russell Bridgewater Sr. The director of Christian education, Miss Lynn Van Dyke, will present juniors with Bibles. Several of the juniors will participate in the activities of the group. Mrs. S. J. Rice, junior superintendent, will be assisted by Reuel Roberts in the juniors' part of the program. Paul Erb, chairman of the board of Christian education, will give thn henedictio, after which the children will be presented to their new teachers and taken to class rooms. Kesiclece Sites Sold JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Marie Fuchs has sold her residence,206 E. Pearl, to Herman C. Geisler, who plans to make apartments in the house and Mrs. Fuchs will continue to reside there. The residence property at 521 W. Pearl formerly occupied by Deputy Sherift and Mrs. Hargiss Maholland, has been bought by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Abbott of Jerseyville, who will move thee from 801 E. Arch. Hurt In Fall JERSEYVILLE - Joseph Langebein of Jerseyville was I brought to the Jersey Communi- Major Split Rends Young Republicans By JERHY KANKIN SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Feuding Young Republicans took time out today to hear from senior party leaders expected to counsel unity. The main excitement centered over the night speech due to he delivered by Sen. Barry Goldwater, R-Am., clearly the hero of more than 1,000 youthful Republicans going into the third day of their four-day convention. Also slated to appear were former U.S. Sen. William Knowland of California in the morning, and freshman Sen. Jack Mil- ler of Iowa at noon. All three were expected to follow the lead of Oregon Gov. Mark Hatfield, who advised the Young Republicans Wednesday to form a united front and stop intra- party warfare. However, discord appeared both in the organization ranks and in the concurrent meeting of the Collegiate Republicans. After a day of wrangling, the college group wound up with two chairmen elected for the next two years—each claiming to be the 'legitimate" chairman. The more moderate of the two 5s Ward White from Russell, Kan., a student at Cornell law school. He was backed by outgoing Young Republican chairman Leonard J. Nadasdy. Sandra Spence of Allegheny College, Pa., was named cochairman on the White ticket. On the other side of the ballroom, a more conservative group chose Jerry Dickson, a law student at the University of Kansas from Newton, Kan. He had the support of outgoing college chair Chesterfield Man Denied Probation CARLINVILLE — William G. Hankins, 24, of R.R. Chesterfield was denied probation by Judge Francis J. Bergen in Macoupin County Court Wednesday and sentenced to 30 days in the county jail. Hankins had sought probation man James Harff. Sharon Pow ers of Durham. N.H., was electee Dickson's rochairman. on June 19 after pleading guilty to a charge of theft brought by Frank C. Blair Jr. Blair alleged that the defendant took hogs valued at $94.35. Investigation found that Hankins is "presently on probation out of another county. William Costello. 30, of Rte. 4, Carlinville. entoreda plea of guilty in Macoupin County Court Wednesday to a charge of assauil brought by State's Attorney Paul C. Verticchio on complaint ol Stanley Standefer. The information alleges tlir defendant struck Stadefer about the shoulders and head with his fist. The case was continued to 10 a.m. July 3 for sentencing. ATHENS—New olive oil tanks are going up in Greece. CALLOUSES To relieve callous**, burning, tenderness on bottom of feet and remove calloitton—(ink for these soothing, cushioning pad« DISCOUNT! Ladles' and MJsse*' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $i QQ Labels I • W Other* St.M to «•»» _ AH Slzfcs and Color* in *,« WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY > '(• EASTGATE PLAZA — EAST ALTON Across ^rom Lewis and Clark Motor Lodge and Restaurant ty Hospital at 4:45 p.m. Tuesday for treatment. He fell at home, injuring the left side of his chest, receivinga possible fractre of the rib section. Glenna Stucker of Jerseyville was taken to the Jrsey Community Hospital at 1 p.m. Tuesday for removal of a bug from her right car. PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY EASTGATE PLAZA—EAST ALTON Across from Lewis and Clark Molor Lodge and flesfauranf OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 P.M.I LAST DAYS PENNEY VALUE EXTRA: DIRECT-AIRE cooling system • distributes cold evenly . • chills food uniformly • maintains proper- humidity Cushioned insoles, fashion-bright cotton army duck. AA, 84 to II. Girls are ready for action in cotton army duck. A 8'A to 4, C 4 to 3. ONLY a pair puts the family in Penney's cool, washable Sanitized® casuals Support boys' growing feet. Cotton army duck. B 8'/j to 4, D 4 to 3. Air cooled cotton enameling duclc for men. Arch supports. B, D 6 to 13. brand new tile tone towels reg. 98c reduced! 24" x 44" bath towel LAST 3 DAYS NOW, BIGGER, HEAVIER! PLUS NEW GUARANTEED PUCKER-FREE BORDERS* Come see our NEW Tile Tone Towels! They're bigger (2 inches wider) and heavier. They have the new pucker- free borders that stay smooth and flat wash after wash. The colors are glamorous as ever. With all these extras their regular price is the same famous low! Now to introduce these new, new towels we've reduced prices for a limited time! Hurry in! SOLID COLORS: White, yellow, orange fluff, pale green, orange ice, azalea, purple, brown. STRIPE COLORS: Yellow, orange fluff, pale green, azalea, purple, brown. hand towel regularly 59c NOW ONLY 47c washcloth regularly 29c NOW ONLY ...23c *or Penney's will replace the towels 10.9 cu. ft. refrigerator With 89 Ib. zero freezer Reg. 219.95 NOW iv ?<„„ iV> take 24 months to pay no money down 10.15 a month Have a small space for your refrigerator? Here's the answer in a compact unit with a zero freezer, too! Only 28" wide to fit in limited areas, but still big inside! Other special features include a full-width porcelain crisper and door shelves. BOYS' WALKING SHORTS OF FORTREL 'N COTTON SPECIAL BUY! NOVELTY STRAW HATS 2 pairs 1 DACRON- RAYON TROPICALS $ r oo SUMMER SHORT STORY! STYLES AND SAVINGS... 5 sizes 28-42 2 for Fortrel polyester and combed cotton plaids are 100% wash 'n wear . . . need little or no ironing! Choose wanted new tapered continental or popular plain-front University-Grad models. Newest colors. Sizes 8 to 20. Golf, fishing . . . there's a novelty straw play hat for practically every popular theme. A great gift idea! Travel-right tropicals in light Dacron polyester- and - rayon. Automatic wash 'n wear, little-or- no-iron needed. Colorful plaids and solids take over men's walk shorts . . . handsomely. 100% cotton is styled smartly in 'continental' or 'university grad' model. Colors galore to add spark to your wardrobe . . . at Penney's low price. 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 rnr.

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