Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, July 8, 1963
Page 7
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

* JULV 8,1963 -r"""*"^*""*""""""'""'"'™**'i-"•]• i- in-•• fELEGftAPH PREP, neiiverv 21KB it 6. Airito* m. n.H. < CUB-12M LONDON - An II year old tJHHsh Cub s«wt is ftported to nnve saved his own life by rhftk- Injj n tourniquet from his neck- tip and foiintnin pen after he had Mil his nrm on broken glass. Dark Room Supplies HICKS PHOTO STUDIO HO A-fl6M Two New Teachers Hired in Unit 100 JERSEY VILLE — The Board of Education of Community Unit 100 has announced the employ. em of two more faculty mem- hers. Ditvld Cope, son of Mr. and s u A TIMELY SAVINGS EVENT AT LEADERS! HURRY! BY SHIP Reg. 5,95 $«J95 SPRING & SUMMER BLOUSES 'N SHORE & LADY MANHATTAN Reg. 3.95, 4,95 Reg. 2.95 $ 2 95 98 SLIM-JIMS BY QUEEN AND SHIPMATES Reg. 7.96 & 8.95 Reg. 5.95 95 $3. I t A f *f $ 5 95 SKIRTS—4 OFF! BOYS' Reft. 3;OS SWIM TRUNKS $ 2.95 Reg. 7.05 CABANA SETS "4.95 Bog. 1.98 Short, Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS $ 1.59 Reg. 2.05 Knit SPORT SHIRTS 1.98 Shirtwaist Dresses IN REGULARS AND TALLS 1/3 OFF CULOTTES '5 BERMUDA LENGTH REG. 7.95 AND 9.95 SHORTS -JAMAICAS-BERMUDAS NASSAUS-DECK PANTS 4 95 & 5.95 Values 3.99 Values 2.99 Values ,95 MEN'S DRESS PANTS Cuffed Free OflO/ Sizes 20-42 WU /O Off Keg. 3.05, 3.95 & 4.9B. SPORT SHIRTS '1.95 •• '2.95 KNIT SHIRTS OFF $ 3 95 $ $ 98 LARGER WOMEN Reg. 3.05 BLOUSES SUMMER SKIRTS ONE 1 GROUP 3 OFF GIRLS' DRESSES 25% OFF SPORTSWEAR \ OFF PJ'S 3 OFF TALL GIRLS' SLIM JIMS and SKIRTS UP i TO 3 OFF DRESSES 5 OFF OPEN TONITE UNTIL 9 P.M. PETITES SLIM JIMS and SKIRTS 1 UP TO OFF FREE STORESIDE PARKING LEADER'S DEPT. STORE 710 E. B'DWAY CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED Mrs. Aeon Cope of Jerseyvllle, be general music instructor n the attendance centers of Del- il, boto, Klftfth, Fieldon, Grafton nrl Ottervllle. Me succeeds Miss tnrtet Edwards of Jei-M-yvtllc has accepted a position In he Alton school system. Cope hns heen a music major il Milllkln University in Decatur or four years, and is attending 90lh annual session of the Cbmttauruifl, N.Y., Insltutc on a cholnrshlfi awarded by the International Order of the King's Daughters and Sons and will receive three academic credits or summer work offered by Syracuse University. Mrs. Clara Bell of Batchlown Will join the staff of Unit 100 .enchlng on the elementary level. She has taught In Calhoun Conn- .y nnd will receive her degree fotn McKendree College at Lebanon in August. Mrs. Mary W. Rice who has leen teaching music at Jerseyville West Elementary School will lonllnuc with that work there and will also teach in the Kane attendance center. The Board approved a contract with Carl Plummer for repair work on the playground at East Elementary School. Some I o c k- ers for the physical education department of the Jersey Community High School were purchased from the Metropolitan Supply Co. of Des Moines, Iowa. They also made provision for installation of outside lights for better lighting in the parking areas of the high school and both East and West Elementary Schools. Girl Injured In Mishap at Marquette Park JERSEYVILLE — Jo Ellen Anderson, 11, of Hillsboro, was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 5:15 p.m. Friday for treatment of a fracture of the clavicle at Pere Marquette Park She was practicing for a skit at (he Park and hit a ball, rolling over and another girl landed on top of her causing the fracture, j Following treatment at the hospital she was released. William Powers, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Powers of Jerseyville was injured in an auto accident at 6:25 p.m. Friday on Rte. 109 half a mile from the Dow tower. He lost control of the car and crashed sustaining a small laceration of Ihe face, right forehead and temple and abrasions and contusions of the right shoulder. He was treated and-released. Surgical Patient JERSEYVILLE — The Rev. John J. Clancy, 96-year-old pastor of St. Francis' Xavier's Church in Jerseyville, is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton recuperating from surgery for removal of a cataract from one of his eyes. He was reported in good condition, but will be hospitalised for a couple of weeks. Mrdorn Coupit 1 Mttrk Anniversary MEDORA — Mf. and Mrs. Clayton Powell were surprised with a parly at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Powoll, In their honor. The occasion wfts Ihe twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of the senior Powells. Nearly $5 billion has been made available, to 6 million veterans in GI loans issued by the Veterans Administration. plugged A *S| t*^ 9 GM HN MM e&r& • ^yo- KERlD* Drops! T II1WTY Dliuo Road Telegraph Want Ads Daily st.i> Bad Breath u . acidity. sw«Mfti (youth and | fotMc msglc'too harmful druM. 6^ 6WI4M 356 «t drugglitt. send PosWI » Bell-anJ, Orangeburg, N. Y., for ifteral KM ««"Pl«- thnJnpfinesn birth datp is down. PRE-TEEN JUNIOR WOMEN'S APPAMt PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2028 Central Ate., HO Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" * mileage :DURAGEN safety IS THIS THE 50,000 MILE TIRE ? The New General JET-A/P 30% More Mileage AT THI CAM! k*W MIOf I We drovo the new Jet-Air 62,415 mllM.M our twt tr»ok «nd It*til! hadtread left We *l»o tortured It on out-cinder road* and wort It out at 20,000 miles, W0 believe you »hould get somewhere between the two. > The miracle Mileage of Duraoen .«, the terrific traction of Dual Tread« ,.,the added blowout protection of cool-running Nygen-Cords •II add 30% more mileage to new'Jet-Ain, You'll probably trade your wr before you wear them out DUAL TREADS for *up«r trtetioft •ndttabllity ( NYQEN CORD (or cool-running blowout protection ( DURAGEN RUBBER for new, wf« mlrscl* mll»*g« Convenient Terms • Take Month* To Pay! FRONT END ALIGNMENT attKtfM&RSUB •Hinmini lnclwd«$; A ^^ rt rt KWAU M.I.CAM BRAKE ADJUSTMENT SPECIAL! your brtM» on til 4 wholt t« fivtory* »p«ci(l«d totarinw*. Don't MWt for hap* hmrt work, Iniurt nf» itopplnf with thli wp«rt «d|uitm«nt,,, thli w««k only .,. t* ¥ GENERAL TIRE CO. NINTH * NUI STS, t »Mjt HO filii and Strvtef Dtpartmtnn Optn 'Til l»30 Frldty Nlfti 8ENEI PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY EASTGATE PLAZA—EAST ALTON Across Itont Lewis and Clatk Motor Lodge and Restaurant OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 P.M./ BETTER SELECTIONS, BETTER VALUE YOUNG FASHIONS JUST AS YOU SHOP EARLY JULY 8 th Thru J Now the fashion way to shop comes to our Girls' Coat Department! Don't miss this traveling, show while it's in town! It's so big, so varied-it will just have to move on to our other stores-presto! Come see the bright pile linings, the stitch trims, the zingy young furrings, the flashing colors, the great classics that are new right now! Come see the quality standards for fabric and finish weVe set to set us apart! Come see the low, low prices, we insist on year in, year out and-even this early ia theseasoaJ A, All wool tweed chettorfield with lush, warm acrylic pile lining, Rust, blue. 7 to 14. 17,95 B. Wool and cashmere luxury blend for this stitch • detail classic- Camel, red. 7 to 14. 22.95 C. Wool and orlon acrylic tweed with smart nylon velvet trim. Light grey or beige. 7 to 14. 24.95 D. Wool and camel's hair fleece, warmed with acrylic pile and natural raccoon collar. 7 to 14. 28.95 E. Repossessed wool 'n other fibers makes this polished zibaline. Acrylic pile lining. 3 to 6x, 15.95 CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR BAST ALTON PENNBY'8 Shop 1O a.m. to 9 p, m. MONDAY through SATURDAY ' CASTGATE PUAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U. S. Highway 67 Niagara Avenue

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page