Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 18, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Publication:
Location:
Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 18, 1963
Page:
Page 15
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 15 article text (OCR)

p^l W! y, JtTJJY 18, 18183 ALtON EVENING HUT I' Mrs. Ruyle Top Winner at Fair .tERSEWlLLE - Mrs. Rollle fltiylo 6f Rockbrldge received thp most ftolnls In flic Textiles and Fine Arts Depnrtinoiil nt Jersey Coiinly fnlr this yonv nnrt received the trophy donated by he. to- sey Slate Bnnk. Points were allowed as follows: First plnrlngs, 4 points; second, 3 points; third, 2 points nnd fourth, 1 point. Mrs. Huylc won blue ribbons on while embroidered, colored embroidered rind cross stitched pillow cases; crocheted nnd etti- embroidered nnd crocheted edg- drossor scarves; crocheted vanity sols (..cross stitched and buck : iowcls; crocheted edge, tatted nnd embroidered edge handkerchiefs and ball point painted Imndker- •S chief; crocheted apron; crocheted and embroidered edges. Other blue ribbons awarded In this department were as follows: i Quilts, cotton patch, Mabel Ewln, and best, quilling, Mrs. Marie Klunk; Oldest quill, exhibited by Helen Longmoycr of Uockbrldge. Hugs, hooked yard, braided and miscellaneous, Mrs. James Harlman, Carrollton. Needle point, chair pads, Mrs. Virginia Hall, Carrollton, miscellaneous, Mrs. James Hartman, Canxdlton. Sheet nnd pillow case sets, cut work, Maude Collins, Caifrollton; embroidered, Mrs. EHir Wagner; Rockbridge, v applique, Mrs> Esther Searls, IMcdora.-' Pillow- cases, tailed edge, hemstitched and ball point painted, Mrs. Esther Searls, ; crocheted edge, knitted edge, Mrs. Russell Campbell, Graftotr, cutwork, Mrs. Marie Klunk; textile painted, Mrs. Ella Wagner. Table linnen, crocheted cloth, Mrs. L. L. Boner, Jerseyville; Crocheted lunch sel, Mrs. L e v i Little; crocheted edge set, Helen Longmeyer, Rockbridge; embroidered cloth,. Mrs. Esther Searls; embroidered lunch set and cutwork set, Mrs. Maude Collins, Carrollton; : textile painted scl> Mrs. E11 a Wagner; ball point • painted lunch set, Mrs. Agnes Volstad, Carrollton. Place mats, woven, Esther Searls. Bedspreads, crocheted Mrs. L. L. Boner, Vanity sets, embroidered, Mrs. Maude Collins, crocheted edge, Mrs. Helen Longmeyer. Chair sels, crocheted, Mrs. Levi Little; embroidered, Maude Collins, Huck weaving, Mrs. Levi Little. Doilies, crocheted over 18 inches. Mrs. Ella Wagner; crocheled under 18 inches, Mrs. Helen Long- meyeJf; ' Crocheted " fancy, Mrs. Uene Shafer, Hillview; embroidered, Mrs. Maude Collins; Woven, Mrs. Levi Little; tatted, Mrs. Russell Campbell. Towels, embroidered, Mrs. Esther Searls; cut work '"' and textile painting, Mrs. Elta Wagner; ball point painted, Mrs. Agnes Volstad. Handkerchiefs, Drawn work, p.xlllr painted, Mrs. Ella Wagner; Hemstitched, Mrs. Helen Long- ineyer. Aprons, practical, Mrs. Union LOngmeyer, Rookbrid°o; Cross stitch, Mrs. Goldle Moore, Jerseyville; buck and textile, Mrs. Kiln Wagner; Parly, Mrs. Marie Klunk, Jerseyville. Infants and children's garments crocheted sot, Mrs. Helen Longmeyer; play or sun suit and boys shirt, Mrs. lleno Shafer, Hlllvlewj girls blouse and child's plain dress Mrs. Kcnler Rice, Jerseyville; child's fancy dress, Mrs. Virginia Hall, Carrol I Ion. Pol. holders, fancy, Mrs. Ella Wugncr; practical Mrs. Maude Collins; set of two or more, Mrs. Levi Little. Purses, plain leather, Mrs. Viola Dan 1 , Medora; all others, Mrs. Ella Wagner. Tooled Leather, women's handbag and miscellaneous, Mrs. Esther Senrls; bill fold coin purse and belt, Mrs. James Hartman, Carrolllon. Trays, aluminum, Mrs. James Hartman; wood, Mrs. Goldie Moore. H a. n d m a d e candles, Mrs. Virginia Hall; jewelry, Goldie MOorc; slutted loy, 12 inches or over, Lorelta Farrell, Granite Clty r Toy under 12 inches, Mrs. Levi Lit,lle;. ^lulled sock toys, Mrs. B. A. Marsdet), Jerseyville. Edges tatted, Esther searls; knitted, Mrs. James Hartman. Handmade doll clolhes, crocheted, llene Shafer; crocheted on doll over eight inches, Mrs. Agnes Val- slad; other clothes, llene Shafer. Stoles, crocheled, Mis§ Mabel Ewln, Jerseyville; woven, Maude Collins, Samplers, cross stitched Mrs. James Hartman; embruld cred and -filet, Mrs. Levi Little Jcrsoyville. Afghans, crocheted and knitted Miss Mabel Ewin. Slutted pillows smocked, round, Mrs. Arthur Krause, Kane; square, Mrs. Hugh W. Moore, Fidelity. Cars Collide JERSEYVILLE — Cars operated by Mrs. Robert Bertman of 202 Pleasant Street and Charles L. Roberts also of Jerseyville collided Wednesday morning at the instersection of South Washington and West Pearl, according to reports of the City Police Department. Mrs. Bertman was accompanied by her flve-montii^ld daughter, Janice, and her 17-month-old daughter, Joan. The two small children were taken to the Jersey Community Hospital for a checkup. Be alert today, alive tomorrow I REPEATING A COMPLETE SELLOUT! BIEDERMANS GREATEST CAMERA VALUE KEYSTONE^ AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC EYE Leas Avtomattcattf Set By Sunlight or Photo-Floodsl NO MONEY DOWN WOWU WVEt B^^i* S^HRBf H^pi Oatm ^F*^^^ «P w^^Wflp ^^W RECORD THE JOY AND FUN OF YOUR VACATION OR HONEYMOON FOR ALL TIMES Evenings Until f tOO PHONi HO>92?1 J I W H fi I ••*"„ * '*/* - U t H A H T MI U I WE'VE DRUG STORES £) uc ore Eastgate Plaza East Alton CL 4-8711 Montioello Plaza Godfrey 48D-34BO 78 Ferguson 402 St. Louis I? N. State Avd, & smith Ave. street Wood Wlvcf -Unlit Alton • .tprseyvllle CL 4-42U CL 4-4223 Phone .112 REG. 1.49 Sea & Ski SUNTAN LOTION 79 C REG. 79c BAYER ASPIRIN 100's REG. 1.69 FLASHBULBS DURAFLASH No. 5—M-2 12/99 C REG. 1.23 LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC Decanter Bottle 99 C REG. 98c LANOLIN-PLUS ROLL-ON DEODORANT '/2 Price REG. 98c OFF Insect Repellent 77° Aerosol Can PAPERBMATE PIGGY BACK THE ONLY, PEN WITH A BUILT IN SPARE REFILL tuppUti $• AS YOU NEVER SAVED BEFORE! U. S. P. Reg. 29c Citrate of Magnesia Reg. 29c Rubbing Alcohol Compound . . Reg. 75c Walgreen Chlorophyl Mouth wash.. 49c Reg. 83c Gleem Toothpaste (family size)... 69c Reg. 69c Polident Denture Cleaner . . . 49c Reg. $1.00 Gillette Right Guard Deodorant.. 79c MANAGER'S SALE U. S. P. Reg. 59c Walgreen Aspirin-Btl. of 100 . . 33c Regular or Super Reg. $1.73 Kotex-48's : $1.59 WITH FREE 39c KOTEX BELT! HOW ABOUT LUNCH? PLATE LUNCH DAILY AT REESE DRUG FOUNTAINS 49 Party Cooler 45AbsorbineJr REG. 2.49 Robbi Roller Perm Home Permanent $163 REG. 1.00 MEXSANA (MEDICATED SKIN CREAM 59c VALUE SUPER BUDS BUBBLE BATH CRYSTALS REG. 1.00 Mennen's Spray Deodorant Plastic Bottle 1.49 VALUE Caryl Richards Just Wonderful Hair Spray WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES THESE GO VACUUM BOTTLE RCR. 40o Feather I/ight ICE BUCKET CAR WASH BRUSH Reg. $'3,08 Lux ALARM CLOCK SPONGES . . UuB. 5!)u RUBBER GLOVES $7.05 Value, Battery Operated Automatic Toothbrush $5.95 REESE DRUG STORE REG. 79c Gillette FOAMY SHAVE CREAM SUPER SAYINGS OFFER! On This Regular $15.35 MATCHED 7-Pc. SET Filling Your Prescription is tho Most Important Part ol Our Business BRAND MW! Only HERE'S HOW OUR SAVINGS PLAN WORKS: To secure this $15.35 All-Purpose Cookware Set for only $8,99—ask any clerk at your Reese Drug Store for your Cookware Punch Curd —. have the amount ol your purchase punched on this card. When total of $5.00 is punched out— you may secure tho Buckeye Cookware Sot for only $8.99. r The Best Pharmacists "Never Graduate" FAMOUS BUCKEYE DELUXE QUALITY Extra-Thick ALUMINUM SET t 8»Qt. Covered Sauce Pun t 4-QI. Covered Dutch Oven f 7JHu, All-Purpose Open f JArge JMii, Covered ^ryw Fryer T Your REESE y Registered H > Phurmaciat, for Instance, goea %,-f > r ight on aludying. He keeps cur; ^Cx* rent, through information IJiiUe- HiiH and specinl reports sent him regularly..Depend on him. He's reliably informed on «U the newest drugs. DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AY-FINAL JR. chewahle multi- vita mini Flqvertd «. tho kldi lovf thtml Supp ffl«nt thtlr m«al| hom« or ichool. BOTTIBOF100, NO STAMPS NO DELIVERY i AUIFD "" tUUM

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page