Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1963
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S^rVi'f O '. r . ,*-.- WttBAV, Witt 8,1963 ALTON fiVMNING f ELEGRAJPM NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON. THURS.-FRL 9 to 9 SEARS HOKHUCK AND CO Jig Soars \ViVl All Fi rst 1 500,000 National Inventory Only at Sears! While They Last ifmxa, •/ •/ •f^S^lA - .- _ __ - ~ . -.-s^re-.^.^. .«.,*,. Carrollton * Services Scheduled All - Wool or Nylon Pile Carpeting FRKK Shop At Home Service Free Kstimates Phone HO 5-5511 Shop Early! Nylon Pile Carpet 44 Regular 6.99 sq. yd. Nylon pile carpet carries DuPont Blue "N" label Available in 4 colors 9 or 12-ft. widths Cut to Any Size Installation Available ' ' FREE Measuring Nubby Nylon Carpet • Regular 8.00 N(|. yd. • 601 Nylon pile carpet • Available in 4 colors • 12 or 15-rt. widths NO MONEY DOWN on Sears Easy Payment Plan Nylon Pile Carpet • Reg. 7.99 • Available in 5 colon • 12 and 16-ft widths only Sq. Yd. DuPont 501 Nylon Carpeting Reg. 10.99 sq. yd. sculptured nylon plush pile in scroll pattern. 5 colors. 12 or 15-ft. width. 799 9x15 Carpet Remnants Factory close-outs of wool or nylon carpets. Choice of colors and patterns. 29" "i- 12x15 .-(Carpet Remnants Factory close-outs of wool or nylon carpets in choice of colors and patterns. Enamel Surface Floor Covering 129 JL Sq: Easy care enamel surface floor covering. Wipes clean with damp ^cloth,. 9 ft. widths. • - Inlaid Vinyl Floor Covering In 9 or 12-ft. widths. Easy to keep clean. Long lasting wear. 9x12 Nylon Carpet Factory close-outs of nylon carpets. Selection of colors and patterns. 59" Only at Sears! Quilt-top Mattresses or Springs *Senrs name for polyurethane foam each. Each Full or Twin Mattress or Box Spring - Regular $79.95 Why so luxuriously comfortable? Because it has more coils than any other sleep set, for firm relaxing support. Because both sides of mattress are padded with buoyant Serofoam*. Because it's coil-on- coil built to wear longer. And there's more! Non-sag borders, air vents, rich rayon damask cover. Save now at Sears! CARROLLTON - "A Lowly Servant Speaks," will be the sermon totfe of the Rev. Roger F, Christiansen for the 10 a.m. service Sunday at the Methodist Church. The Senior MYF members will meet at the church Sunday at 1:30 p.m to go to Jacksonville for a picnic and swim. The Rev. Dan Vititoe will speak at the 9 a.m. service Sunday at the Baptist Church in Berdan There will be an evening service Sunday at 1:30. Dr. Frank Marston will speak and have chanrge of a communion service Sunday at 10:45 a.m. serv ice Sunday at First Presbyteria Church. The Rev. John T. Finnan wil speak at the 10:30 a.m. servio Sunday at the Baptist Church in Eldred, his topic being "Chris Crucified." Sunday Masses at St. John' Catholic Church will be at 7, ( and 10:30 a.m. and the weekdaj Masses will be at 6:30 and 7 a.m The Catholic Youth Organizatio will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m in the school hall. The theme at the 7:30 a.m. serv Ice in Our Redeemer Luthera Church, of which the Rev. Kiel Gerberding is pastor, is "Log and Specks in Christian Love. The Communion Liturgy will held at the 11 a.m. service in th church. The Bible lesson discus sipn will be, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m in the church. The Rev. Norman Ward wl speak at ihe 10:30 a.m. and the 7:30 p.m. services in Zion Baptist Church. The training union will be at 6:30 p.m. with Claude Bowker directing. The prayer service will be Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. There will be no service other than Sunday school at. 9:30 a.m. Sunday in First Christian Church. The Rev. Dan Vititoe will speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 8 p.m. service Sunday at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. The BYF will meet Sunday at 7:15. The Rev. Richard Allen of Alton will speak Sunday at the 10:30 a.m. and the 8 p.m. services in the Faith Baptist Church in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Francis Yarble, who is on vacation. The training union will meet at 7 p.m. with Chester McKay as director. A communion service will be held at the 9 a.m. service Sunday at First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastor, delivering the sermon. The BYF will meet at 6 p.m. Florence Estate CARROLLTON — The will of Everett E. Florence was admittec to probate July 2 by Judge L. A. Mehrhoff. The Florence home, which is located in Glen Echo addition to Roodhouse, was left to the wife along with the family car and cash in the bank. The rest of the estate was*divirded share and sliare alike among the three children, Marjorie Townsend, Blanche Beck and Betty Jane McConathy. The will was executed Jan. 20, I960, and was witnessed by Russell Chapman, W. S. Day and W. 0. Harp. The executors are Betty Jane McConathy and Ralph McConathy and bond was fixed at ?150,000. Catholic Daughters CARROLLTON — Members of the local court of the Catholic Daughters of America met Tuesday evening in K ol C and C. D. of A. hall and it was voted to continue the fall festival, in cooperation with the local Knights of Columbus. The date will be announced later. Guests of honor at the birthday table were Mrs. Elmer Stout, Mrs. Henry Thien, Mrs. Eugene Carmody, Mrs. Francis Roth and Mrs. Jerome Beiermann. The co-chairmen of the hostess committee were Mrs. Bessie Schnelten and Mrs. Fred Schmidt. 5reetie 4*tt Members hi judging Contest CARROLLTON — Greene couh- ' 4-H club dairy and livestock idging teams spent Tuesday al ic University of Illinois where hey competed in the state 44! Club dairy and livestock judging ontesl. Representing the county in dairy idging were Tyann Moss, Larrj dears, Lynn Carter, Jim Bes nd Phyllis Flatt. Representing county in livestock judging vere Jerry Joyce, Richard Al irechl, Donald Kuhnline, Danie toiles and James Shaw. Accompanying the group were David Hembrough, county assist ant farm adviser, Mrs. ConaM Moss, Francis Kuhnline and Wll- bert Joyce. Parent* of Son CARROLLTON — Mr. and MM. Ric'hatd Meyer of Berkeley, Mo., are the parents of a son born June 26 at St. Mary's Hospital Hi St. Louis. This Is the second child and first son of the couple. The grandparents are Mr. atld Mrs. Louis Meyer of Carrollton and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Spirk oi El Paso, Tex. Miss Jacqueline Meyer, little daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Richard Meyer, is spending a few days here with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mey er. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — The Rev. and Mfl. ft*fte!« Vflfnlds *fid m ( Lftrry, art 6f» vnentlofl flttS Wilt span! « part of th«f tme&tton with their ton, txmald Vatble, who !* doing ittJiitrtef ifrotk ftt UTV UnivetMty «t Jackion, fcnn, MM. Ctertfude Cay, formerly of Kaiisrt* City, who W rtiiWng hef home In Altbfl, arrived tues- day to fijjetid a few day* with her cousins, Miss Ada Isaac and Miss Lucille Isaac. Telegraph Want Ads "CLtCK" plugged ears?*** KERID* Drops! THRIPtV DWUO Prices good through Saturday night, July 8, 1983. We do the Big Buying... You do the BIG SAVING Save Money ... Save Top Value Stamps \?#}ft?,;w-?Zv:x?.?r%w,<f:'?- llefl, Hunter or Krei Boneless Hams PtM For Bat-been* Snlit Broilers Whole or QQ«» Half. Lb. o»v ug ^^ inspected Hell—Whole or Half Blah ,* Slab Bacon _ v| Country Qnb or MayroM ^ Skinless Wienen__ i-"' 1 Dnbtiqm Brand :'<'< Canned Picnics \ '•* 4 $ Dtibn<iu« Brand 7 Canned Hams _ «,. 49c 3 »- $1.99 29C Lovln* Cared For Whole Fryers Lbs. $3.69 10 Lbs $6.OT «***%. imp Hotel-built 432-coil Mattresses pr Matching Box Spring flea's flrm'pomfort y°" <W c <>uht Jjegwlar $49,95 pn.years an,(J year*, Durable units ilftye Iftwoua no-Bug spring end border construction. Extra Ibs. of Insulation, heavy stripe cover. 370- %j,^j Bwl , (HH or (win unit Shop »i Baars a:n4 Save i Guaranteed or Your Mou.ey Hack Mora People Bay Their Mattrewe* Ml Sears Kiwi* Compare Chtr Enjoy Extra Firm Support on 527-coil Mattresses, Box Springs Regular $59,95 Seie>ujf|cfUy bujjt to give smooth back-cradling support, CpU-on-coll design and pre-bullt borders eliminate sagging. Thickly . padded! W.oven stripe plnjt cover. 378 colls Jnt tw|n< Though meteorites fall anywhere, it Is much easier to see them in flat, desert areas, where other rocks are rare. The arid climate and slow erosion rate also favors meteroite survival. Liquid Sweetener. S-oi. CA_ botOe 3!>C Lb. We reserve the right to limit. VALUABLE COUPON K 100 Extra Top Value Stamps 3 Win Thl« Coupon and th« Purchase of a 3-Lb. Pktr. ol Ground Beef or 2-lb. or larger Pkg. of Ground Chuck. Coupon Kxplrrs Sntuniny Nlchl, tn\j fi, 19«3. Me "f "htod-Etto. or Crinkle Cut French Fried Potatoes 3 ££ 89c Jefl-o 10 ££ $1.00 Mi* or Match Sncared, Plain, cinnamon and Combination Donuts Kroger—Sandwich er Wiener Buns.. £%. 5-$! Crisp Brand Potato Chips 1-Ib. Box Krogo or Kroger Golden Shortening 3-Ib. Can D«l Mont* Peas Krocer Applesauce 6ood Qoallty—feat Green Beans 5 1*0. 303 C»M Cood Quality—Cream Style Golden Corn 9 "^ $1.00 Kroner Kraut K roc or 6 "^ $1-00 VALUABLE COIUPON K 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 2 With Tbl* Coupon and •• porch Me at Real Kin Bug Bomb..__ ^ .98c Coupon Rxpln» Saturday Nlcht, July 6, 1963. Sweet Potatoes VAL U ABl-E 'COUPON V 50 Extra Top Value Stamps 1 With Tbit Coupon and tf>e purchaae at Gallon at Meadow Gold Sherbet.. ConpOB Expires Saturday Nltht, July ft. 1963. U.S. No. I , Extra Largt Santa Rosa Plums Doz. 49 C Southern—Homo-Grown Vine Ripe Tomatoes Large Size—Sweet, Meaty Bing Cherries U.S. No. 1 Large—Freeatone Royal Apricots _ 0.8. Fancy—Home-Grown Golden Sweet Corn 5 *T Freeh Persian *wk Seedless Limes «*». 29c ted Nicfous Apples 3 tt iS ilr Wc No. 1 Fruit of the Tropics Bananas Lb. HURRY! Redeem Your 10th We«k Coupons From Your Mailer for 450 Extra Top Value Stamps or twiii uni Bach M\ Phone HO 5-5511 S'lORE HOUKS Moil., Thiira., Fri, 0 to 9. Other Puys 9 to 5, *127 4,000 BTU Don't be satisfied with one manufacturer. Come to Schwartz Furniture Co. and make side by side comparison of the world's finest air conditioners—Frig- idaire—Fodders—Emerson—and others. Yes, hay fever and allergy sufferers we can give you relief at low—low prices and fit any window and on regular house current. Fitted with expandable fides. DON'T SUFFER THIS SUMMER- LET US GIVE YOU COMFORT! SEE * FRIGIDAIRE * EMERSON *FEDDERS *HOTPQINT AIR CONDITIONERS ON DISPLAY AT SCHWARTZ'S Open Dally 0 a.m. to 6(80 p.m, Open Friday 9 mm. to 8 p.m. Open evening* by Appointment 4-0101 UMMIHim II, ILL HOUH NIRNIIHIH9 COMPANY 2a :M VI I HI

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