Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 2i46 Million Pounds of Food Given to 182,611 Jerseyville Barbershops Join Union JERSEYVILLE — Announcement has been made that thre Jetseyville barbershops have or ganized tinder the jurisdiction ( Local 81. AFL-CIO, Alton, II They are Walklngton, Worshan and Murrie & Scoggins. The or gaiilzaUon was effected Monday Children Treated JERSEYVILLE - Sam mi Woodring, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs Amuel Woodring of Jerseyvill cut his right thumb at his horn Tuesday and was tagen to the Jei sey Community Hospital for trea ment. Robert and Mary Sue Updike 5, twin children of Mr. and Mrs Clarence Updike, swallowed an un determined amount of fluorid tab lets Wednesday morning at thei home. They were taken to the Jet sey Community Hospital for treal ment. Stephanie Wadlow, 6, datighte of Mr. and Mrs. George Wadlo\ of Jerseyville, stepped on a rusty nail in a board Wednesday morn ing, suffering a puncture of th left foot. She was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs Ronald Short of Jerseyville an announcing the birth of a daugh ter, Lynne Ann, July 16 at the Jersey Community Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds 14 ounces. Sh is a granddaughter of Mr. anc •Mrs. Amiel Mayhall of Chautau qua and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shor of" Jerseyville and is a greal granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs Everett Short of Jerseyville. Mrs, Short was formerly Miss Barbara M a y h a 11. They have another daughter, Deborah Lynn, 26 months. Daughter Born JERSEYVILLE — A daughter .was born to Mr. and Mrs. James R." White of Jerseyville July 14 .at the Jersey Community Hospital. She has been named Debra An n and weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces. Grandparents of the baby •ar^Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Wliite 'of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rookhuyzen of Sunnycale, Calif, and her great grandmother is Mrs. Walter L. White Sr., of Jerseyville. Mrs. White was formerly Miss Margaret Rookhuy- zen. This is the first child of the couple. Return from Oklahoma JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anderson have returned to their home' in Jerseyville from a month's visit with their son and The Illinois Public Aid Commission during the month of June distributed 2,462,034 pounds of food to 182,611 persons in 37 downstate counties including Madison and Macoupin. Harold 0. Swank, executive se retary of the IPAC, said the too had a retail Value of $869,277 ai the estimated cost of distributio including work relief labor wa $50,000. There was 3,782 pounds of too distributed to persons on aid dependent children In Madiso County. Also in the county thei was 498 pounds distributed those on old age assistance 904 pounds to those on genert assistance. In Macoupin County, 2,2' pounds of food went to those i ADC, 234 pounds to those on ol age assistance, and 178 pounds t those on general assistance. The food consisted of beam butter, cheese, chopped mea corn meal, dry milk, flour, lard peanut butter, rice, rolled whea and shortening. Wdbri ttivet* Child Dfitiks Gasoline WOOD RIVER — A year-old Wood River boy was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital Wednesday at 8:50 p.m. after he drank an ounce of gasoline at home. Robert Wylie, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Wylle, 739 Lincoln St., Wood River, was reported in good condition today. Mrs. Virginia Seehausen, 101 First St., Hartford, was treated and released at 9:30 a.m. for bums of the abdomen Incurred when a pressure cooker exploded. Aid ici Dependetil Children Increases WASHINGTON (AP) — Art Increase of 11,600 in th* number of (recipients of aid to fatnllles with dependent children in April brought the caseload to just over 4 million persons for the first time, the Welfare Department said Wednesday. It added that the increase ot 0.3 per cent was the smallest in sev- months becmisc of n seasonal Improvement" lii general economic conditions. Changes of less than 1 per cent also wore reported for three other federal old-supported public assistance programs in April. THURSDAY, JULY 18,1003 .,,,-.,. j,,.-.,.., S.-."-" |- ' -^ ^> ~'~*^ Old age assistance aftd aid to Ihn hllml decreased by tew 0.3 per cent. Aid to the permanently nnd totnlly dlsnbled In- crensed by 0.6 per cenf, Tteelplonls of medlcnl nsslstnnce for the nged incrensed by 4.5 CHURCH FOR CHILDREN DAYTON, Ohio ff—The aver age worship service is planne for the adult, and children ofte get little benefit, the Rev. Dai rls D. Hamilton of East Dayto Church of Christ believes. . S the church emphasizes grade .Christian education. Each grou of children has Its own worshi service. Children from the firs through sixth grades have thei own junior deacons, issue thei own bulletins, do ushering an sing in a choir. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ru pert Anderson and family in M ami, Okla. They went to Oklaho ma wit h their son-in-law a n daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. D Ives, and family of Lake Zurich A-ho had been visiting in Jersey ville. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs Myron Darr of Medora are the parents of a girl born at 3:34 p.m Fuly 14 at Jersey Community Hos- lital. The baby has been named 'ommy Raye Lynn and she veighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces he is a granddaughter of Mr. and rtrs. George Loy of Medora, Mr nd Mrs. Clarence Rigsby of Al on and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Chester arr of Medora. Before her mar- age Mrs. Darr was Miss Fern oy. Other children in the family re Gary, 13, Richard 10, Kenneth Judy 3. Arrive From Florida JERSEYVILLE — Dr. and Mrs. .alph Eyman of Tallahassee, Fla. rrived Wednesday to remain un- 1 after Latior Day at their ome of north State Street and 'ill visit with relaives here. Mrs. lyman was formerly\ Mrs. Leora May of Jerseyville. pp*"--- COMBINATION " p STORMS SCREEN WINDOWSeDOORS Aluminum Storm Doors All Hardware and Closures Included. Sizes 32x80 to 36x80 Keg. $29.95 Plenty of Free Parking Aluminum Storm Windows Triple-Track Combination. Easy to install Yourself. Any window Up to 100 Inches of Frame Size. Reg. $11.95 $1Q95 Aluminum Basement Storm Window & Screen Combination Install It Yourself In Minutes A MUST FOR LAUNDRY AND RECREATION ROOMS. Reg. $3.95 19 RELY.ON CAULKING COMPOUND I Reg. 45c Sole 1 PAINT BRUSH SALE I 29% OFF i! jj ON ALL PAINT * BRUSHES! H HADLEY-DEAN GLASS CO. Alton Area Since OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. FRIDAYS 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. 2616 i. BROADWAY PHONE 466*8813 PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST OUAL.ITY SHOP LATE TONIGHT! EASTGATE EAST ALTON |*"» ' ; v »$s^" As*- 1 <^J ->'^ \*-. ' v.\^ .. - » , ; /» fit*" \< "s \ s ^v>Ci.Ov. • »- ^ " \\ T-^V.V ^"-\-; -; s^:;-i> * ?^,-, o "< s *&\x w&>,Uv«v»:s^w "\wf> - ^" ^ ,*^o'X"<&k,*D \i<..-.^ Every department reduces summer get unbelievable savings on fashion and home needs you want right now...right through summer! 10 Hangers Notched for dresses, skirts, slips! Clear plastic plated swivel hooks. Dust Pan 16-Cube Trays Charcoal Bucket _ uu . . Set of 4! Flex- 15-qt! 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Stip-' 5/8" steel 32 Qt. Basket Decorator yellow, pink or turquoise plastic. Shaped "to fit". Buy two! 88c Basket uasKer Easy-Carry oval. Lightweight, ven- Keeps hot drinks tilated, smooth plastic in color. Her Shoe Rack Ho]ds g pairs , Strong steel . . . chromate finish- hot cold Brinks ed! Plastic tipped Mu 9 s! Tumblers! Setg Qf 4J Ingu _ ] ate< 3 plastic! cold! 4 feet FOR 8Sc 88c 1 Gal. Decanter Easy to store, pour, clean . . . it's plastic! Flip- lock cap in tight lid. 88c Vz Gal. Jug Light, strong, insulated with polystyrene! Easy to carry, easy to pour. 88* 12 Tumblers i Dozen 11 oz. glasses! 12k gold rims! In turquoise, yellow, motif. *2 FOR "IMPERIAL" AIR CONDITIONER 4-way air director grille and 10-position thermostat gives greater cooling coverage. 2-speeds, 10,000 BTU;* 115 volts; 12 amps. 'N.E.M.A, certified no'money down 11.60 a month 228 00 THERE'S BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT INFANT'S I PIECE PLASTIC LINED SUN SUIT WOMEN'S ALL COTTON SLEEVELESS BLOUSES TERRY CLOTH, WOMEN'S BEACH COATS . ARNEL TRI ACETATE 'N COTTON WOMEN'S BLOUSES ' ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED! SWIMWEAR . / ' WOMEN'S ALL COTTON JAMAICAS . . WOMEN'S SEERSUCKER SKIRT SETS . . WOMEN'S SIZE 8 TO 18 CULOTTES . . MISSES AND HALF SIZES SUNBACK DRESSES $ \', INFANT'S MANUFACTURER'S CLOSEOUT! 1 SiS'JSJ GIRL'S SWIMWEAR WOMEN'S BETTER DRESS AND PLAY SHOES • • 66 C 1" and 2" FROM PENNEY'S FAMOUS SHOE MAKERS! i 2 for 3 $ 5,. 9' 4 . I 50 . 3 44 ^99 1 HUNDREDS OF PAIRS! ALL FIRST QUALITY '' FABULOUS SAVINGS! WOMEN'S DRESSES A style for every occasion! . . . Favorite flats in 99 a wide selection of styles , ..High fashion dressy, heels in smart basic colors . . . Wonder-comfort wedge heels . . . Smart sandals with expensive"" looking details! Sanitized for lasting freshness. Quality-built for long wear; Penney priced for < sensational savings! « M * ^% « f* s ^ 4^ OTHER SUMMER STYLUS 4~6-8- 10 CLE ARANCE PRICED . . $3-$4-$5 Pairs GIRL'S BETTER SLACKS . . . GIRL'S COTTON BLOUSES . . . GIRL'S ALL COTTON SHORTS .. . GIRL'S COTTON . KNIT TOPS . . GIRL'SeSIZES 3 TO-6X JAMAICA SETS . GIRL'S BETTER JAMAICA SHORTS 3-PIECE GIRL'S ' SEERSUCKER SETS . . 2 1 99 i * 6 'f I ' I* . 2 $ for . 1 . 22 50 ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED! GIRL'S SUMMER DRESSES 2 5 ° \v to w CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNBY'S Shop 10 a,m, to 9 p,m v MONDAY through SATURDAY ' HHlA^^W • ^Hfi^^b m Hm H Hp|||IHpfi^Hl i l^m HplrB p^B^B . IP P.B^p^l^ itpr ••l|| i .^p H ^|Bii(l» Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue t*

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