WEDNESDAY, JtJLV 3, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAS® SfoVttN Heat Wave Causes Water Shortage in Jersey Area the past nine days of torrid hent has tiff- ed many of <he.lesser streams nrid wafer holes In Jersey County observers reported here Tuesday afternoon. Farmers reported corn ntid benn crops nre beginning to show heed for more moisture. Livestock misers have reported some losses among fni stock and operators of dead animal trucks reported there has boon an increase In dematvi for (heir services. City dwellers owning dogs were advised to keep plenty of water available for their pels. Rabies investigator Lloyd Whitlock reported that it tins been necessary during the current hot spell lo replenish the supply of'water several times a ilny for the dogs being held in the local pound. Bird life In the area is also lee anne 317 BELLE ST. Up To $8.99 DRESSES $coo Sizes 7 to 24 TO $3.99 SKIRTS BLOUSES JAMAICA SETS Sizes 3 ro!4 Singly $1.59 ccllng the hot weather and I need fof wtter, for residents topping a water supply available for birds reported Tuesday thai there lifts been a nearly constant flocking (Jf all types of feathered species to tbo bird fountains.' (Joiitwlnr nt Ho.va Slfttn .JERSKYVttXE - Russell Cox, djulant of the Atnorlcan Legion, IBS relumed from Springfield vhere he has boon serving as a counselor at Hoys State in Spring- ifjld. This is Iho fifth consecutive year that he hns served in this japaeity. Mr. Cox is a member of he faculty of West Elementary School. The local post was represented at Boys State this year by Bill Downey, elder son of Mr. anti Mrs, Ralph Downey of Jerseyville. Ho was a junior this year at Jersey Community High School where where ho Is a mom her of the Na« llowil Honor Society and ranks in Ihp upper purl of ills class scho Inslclully, GURU!* of Holnllvwi .TERS15YV1LLE — Mrs. Thomas Liles and daughter, Mary Esll of Rookford, III., were weekenc guesls-of the'forincr's sister, Mrs Mary Logan and other Jorseyvillc relatives. They came to attend the wedding of Mrs, Liles' nephew nor Grant 1 of .Icrseyville ant Miss Judith Key Stamps, also o this city, Saturday al. the First Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carpenter o] St. Louis, formerly of Jerseyville Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyers and soi of Hartford, and Mr. and Mrs Arnold Bowers of Carrol I Ion were also guests al the I-iOgan home ;uid ti(tended (he wedding. Chief .on Vacation JERSEYVILLE — Chief of Police 11. H. Blackorby Jr. has beer on vacation for more than a week and will remain so until the close of the coming week. Capl. Edward Henson is hand linn the duties of the chief's of fires until the return of Black orby. 14 Treated for Injuries At Jerseyville Hospital Telegraph Want Ads, "CLICK" J & A Springman HAS LAWN JJOY Power Mowers Gndlrcy, III. Pli. 4M-3431 JERSEW1LLE — Falls result-1 i* In bone fractures sent several residents to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment the past few days. Sandra Smith, H daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert B. Smith of Jorseyylllc, fractured the meta- Inrsal bone on her fifth too on the right foot, at 5 p.m. Monday when sh«- fell on a curb. She wns treat- ixl at the hospital and released. The same day Mary Frcy of .lorseyville fell backward on the living room floor at her homo and suffered a fracture of the right, arm. Sharon Moore, 5-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Keith Moore of Jerseyville fell on a rug at home Monday evening lacerating her left wrist. She was taken to the hospital at 7:15 p.m. where the wound was sutured. Joseph Sorley, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sorley of Alton, sustained a laceration of Urn forehead In an accident at Port 1 Marnuctle Park at 7:30 p.m. Monday. He was running and fell hitting his head on the corner of u concrete block. The laceration was sutured at the local hospital. Mrs. Wllhelmlna Grace Tucker of Jerseyville fractured her left wrist Saturday evening when she foil while? picking flowers in the garden of bur home. She was admitted to the Jersey Community Hospital and dismissed the following day. A wrist fracture was incurred hy Gwcnda Burch, H-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Burch of Ficldon, at 5 p.m. June 27 when she fell off of a picnic table at home. She was treated at the hospital and dismissed. Mrs. Hurry Lyles of Jerseyville stepped in a hole at her home Sunday evening and sprained her left ankle. She was treated at the local hospital. Terry Goacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Goacher of East St. Louis, was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital Sunday afternoon, lor treatment, of an injury received at Nutwood where he caught his left toe between slats on the boat dock. It was necessary V* •Payment Troubles? - CONSOLIDATE - flMHRr V r v V: f a If you are unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills * JJ when due, arrange payments you can afford regard- jr H less of how much or how many you owe. One place F * to pay. No co-signers or security needed! g> ~ ALTON BUDGET PLAN ' H 300 RIDOlfi Bonded and Licensed ft HO 5-29.1.1 jr. :••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i JULY SAVINGS SPREE! . • . . •-.,/.,<• • - v ."*..,, ,; _.^^^^^_ ^ „ ^^^ .... , ^ _^^^^^^L - - J; ' 2 Days! FrL, Sat! HAIR SPRAY SPECIALS LUSTRE CREME fl/g 14-oz. AQUA NET Big 13-oz. (2 for 144) PrifliflflM.U* Your choice — giant 13-oz. .Aqua Net, or 14-or, lustre Creme Spray Set, regular or super soft. Special, 2 days! jSommor 7r«o/il 2 Day* Only/ JELLY CANDY Rug. 2.33 Oiana* Sllte» Gum Prop. Anlw'Boblei Splcettel Spf arwlnt leavvi Bought by tlie ton to bring you sDCcial savings! Swecc (uid fiesJj-fl treat for alll 1 S»i'!i»v '•"•••"• ^ Only/ Spff/ 2-P/X PATIO CANDIES I TOIlfT TISSUE 2 I«J%A I Facial SQC I Quallry •"?? I *d»y8} Special Purchase! COTTON DUSTERS ndSHIFTS 2 DAYS ONLVI each Regular 1.98! Dusters — embossed cottons with lace trim, 2 pockets. Shifts—sleeveless embossed cottons with side buttons. Repeat of a SellouH Cannon BATH TOWELS Reg. 63*1 \2 Dayt Big 20 x 40" Cannons. Plain- ^^—.^f— hem solid colors or fring-enc. *TvfMa s »ip e s. White, deep tones. to remove (he toe nail. Raymond Joehl of Godfrey suffered a wrist injury Sunday morning and was treated at the local hospital. He was using a hammer al his home when a piece of the metal chipped off and was buried in the left wrist. He was released after treatment. j Randy Parish, 7 of Carrolllon,; was treated for a laceration of[ the lower leg Saturday caused' by a dog bit. He was dismissed' after treatment. , Trade Cumtnlngs, 21 months, whoso parents are Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cummings of Kane, fell from a chair on to a concrete step cutting her forehead. She was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital where the wound was sutured. Robert Manning of Jerseyville I was Injured about 5:15 a.m. Sunday when his car ran off the road about six miles west of here. He had a puncture wound of the right lower leg, abrasions of the back, forehead, scalp and right elbow. He was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and released. Later lie became ill and returned (o the hospital next day and was admitted for further observance. Dennis McCnrry, 16, of Jerseyville fractured Uie fifth finger of his right hand Saturday evening and was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital. i Joseph Kilter, 2Vii, son of Mr. j and Mrs. Barry Ritter of Jersey-j ville, fell out of bed while sleep-, ing Sunday evening and lacerated j the left side of his eyebrow. He was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where sutures were applied. i James Wilton of Medora was| injured in a accident at 9 p.m. Monday at junction of Rtes. 67 and 16. Me was taken to Hie Jersey Community Hospital at 9 p.m. where he was treated for a laceration of the right knee requiring sutures. Jersey Man Hurt in Car., Tractor Crash JERSEYVILLE—Louis Noble of Dow is a patient at the Jersey Community Hospital where he was taken folowing a tractor-car acident Monday evening. Noble was driving a tractor along the highway when it. was struck from behind by a car. He suffered a laceration of the scalp requiring sutures, sprain of the right shoulder, abrasions of the left leg and sprain of the right wrist. Following examination and treatment he was admitted as a patient at the hospital for further observance. Paul Goforth of Jerseyville, driver of the automobile involved in the accident, sustained a strained right shoulder and possible fracture of the nose- He was also brought to the Jersey Community Hospital and was released after treatment. Mrs. Violet Kirk Rites Conducted JERSEYVILLE — Funeral services for Mrs. Violet Edna Kirk of Waukegan, former Jersey County resident, were held this afternoon at 1 o'clock from the Gubser Funeral Home. The body was taken to St. Louis for interment in Concordia Cemetery. Mrs. Kirk was a daughter of the late Mr- and Mrs. William Dehm and was born in St. Louis, March 29, 1911. She died at the Victory Memorial Hospital in Waukegan June 30. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. John Shulte of Springfield, 111. Fisli Fry JERSEYVILLE — The employ- es of the Jerseyville water works and members of the water board uid their families held their an- iiial fish fry at .the Municipal Springs Sunday. About 35 wore present. Fish- for the occasion was fur- ilshed by Kenneth Brayshaw, water and sewer superintendent, who had caught them while on vacation in Wisconsin with Mrs. 3rayshaw and their daughter. He also furnished the fish for the Men's Fellowship fish fry of the First Baptist Church held last week at Feyerabend Lake. forFri.-Sat. and thru Wed., July 10 8 coupons, SAVE Worth 30c Toward Purchase Bacon "Pennant" thick sliced 2-LB. CO PKG. *JP^ I Ladles' & Misses' TENNIS SHOES Sires 5 to 9 BlMe, Black, White & Plaid Il99 2 Payil WomenV Reg. 39C MESH PANTIES Cool cptwn, Sites Q-9<;\ , 27/jpr.lSave. W«it Third at Plow - W« Valid** Park 'n Shop — Open Mon,, Frl,, Till 9 p.m. S. S. KnESCE COMPANY NEW COVKHEI) BKIDOE HEREFORD, Md. (ffi — A covered wooden bridge luis just been milt H mile from here, across Gunpowder Falls on the Bunker fill Rd. It is the first covered wooden bridge built (or public use in Maryland since the 1880s. But when the original covered bridge over Gunpowder Falls was destroyed by fire in 1961, the Baltimore County Historical Society urged that it be replaced in kind. The new bridge lias been treated with fire retardant and wood preservative. It is expected .to surpass the 81-year life oJ the old bridge. Bourbon, Mo., wa6 named by railroad workers camped there, because of iholr fondness for the bourbon rationed out to them in the 18808 to prevent desertion. Want Ads Daily WITH THIS COUPON Thick Sliced "PENNANT" BACON 2 lb 59c with this coupon pkg. Limit 1 coupon per cuilomar with additional il.50 or motm pur- 10 of m«ati, 0recerl»i or produn, not including cloar«tl«i or any couponed it»m. Coupon «xplr«i oft«r W«d., July 10. Cuilomsr muil pav io'»i 'OK Involved. Save 20 on Ground Beef with two pounds, or more, purchase and this coupon Hi-C Drinks ,T Oil* ITU GI ? OG - ca "- IKI-UIY COUPON J Worth ?0e Toward Purchase Two Pounds, or More »[!£] GROUND BEEF WITH THIS COUPON limit 1 coupon per «ultomer with addltionol *1 .SO or mor« p«r* thai, of miali, aractrlei or produce, not Includlni claorellei •' «nr couponed ll«m. Coupon eiplrei altar Wed., July 10. Cuitom.r mu.t pay .ale. to. Involved. * Orango * Orap» Florida Fruit Punch 46-01. cant WITH THIS COUPON Dining Car Coffee Worth 21 c Toward Purchase Hl-C DRINKS • ORANG8 • GRAPE • ORANGE-PINEAPPLE • FRUIT PUNCH With Coupon limit 1 coupon per cuilomer with additional SI.50 or mot* pur- thai* of mean, grorarlei or produce, not Including cigarette! or any couponed Item. Coupon explrei alter Wed., July 10. Cuitomer muit pay lolei tax Involved. 46-OZ. cans 17c 1-lb. can WITH THIS COUPON TRI-CITY COUPON Worth 17e Toward Purchase DINING CAR COFFEE 49c 17c With Coupon 1 -Ib. can limit I coupon per cuitomer with additional St.50 er more pur- chaie of moali, aroceriel or produce, nol including cigarette! or any couponed item. Coupon e*pirei alter Wed., July 10. Customer mult aav ,a'»» to* Involved Velveeta Cheese 2 -ib. Spread pkg Worth 20c Toward Purchase VELVEETA CHEESE C_ M ~«.«J with This 2-lb. ^pr6UU Coupon loaf limit 1 coupon per cuilomer with additional 11.50 or more ( chaie of moali, grocurlei or produce, not Including eiflaretlei any 4ouponed ilem. Coupon explrei afler Wed., iv'v »»• WITH THIS COUPON • I Colonial II PURE CANE Sugar 5-LB. BAG WITH THIS COUPON Crisco Shortening 3-lb- can Worth 14c Toward Purchai SUGAR 5-lb. bag DOC COLONIAL With This Coupon limit 1 coupon per cuitomer with additional ft.30 or more pur- choit of meoti, jtoterlei or product, not Includlncj cl»at«tt«» «r inv <ouponed Item. Coupon oxplrei ofl«r Wed., Jvlv 10. Cuitomer mult POV laUi lav Invelverf, ; With Coupon WITH THIS COUPON iTRI-CITY COUPON Worth 12c Toward Purchase CRISCO SHORTENING 3-lb. can OTC nc! limit 1 coupon per cutlomir with «odli!onal it.JO or mor* pur. choie of meali, groctrlei or produce, nol 'ncludlng cloarellei or any saupon.d Item. Coupon eiplrei aller Wad., July 10. Cuilomer mud pay ial«i la« lnvolv«i) Gelatin Royal all flavors WITH THIS COUPON Worth 10« Toward Purcha»« ROYAL GELATIN 4 PI,« 29c wupon p»r cvllomit with oddlMonal Jl.JO «1 m«t« m»oU, «i9Wil»l 91 product, n»t Including «l»«'«»t »ogpon»J Item. Coupon uplrei «ller Wed,, Jul» 10. Cuilomer mull pay talei Ion Involved.
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