Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 7
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August 8, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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, AUGUST 8, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ANJEL SKIN FACIAL TISSUES GENUINE "WJESf 0" BRAND CHARCOAL BRIQUETS STANDARD 3 GMlN BOX 300's All Thrifty Stores C Limit 4 10-LB, BAG t - \ All Thrifty Store*, C ASPIRIN BOTTLE OF 100 w ew ; POLAROID COLOR FILM TYPE 48 TYPE 38 Limit 1'tvo All Thrifty stores Limit Two All Thrifty Stores 896 ADULTS TEK TOOTH BRUSH 2 INCH MAGNIFYING GLASS Long Handle ALL METAL OVER-DOOR HANGER ACM FRUIT PRESERVATIVE BRANDS you C METAL Fly Swatter RE-WASHED TENNIS BALLS AT SAVINGS voou IIKE! •*R REDEEM EAGLE "3«6 ' STAMPS 'FOR CASH or MERCHANDISE TOTS' TRAVEL 323 Belle St. • 508 W. Delmar • Alton Plaza • Wilshire Village • Washington Square E * BLE EAGLE STAMPS WITH PRESCRIPTIONS * MEN'S WHITE COTTON T-SHIRTS NO SAG— Nylon Reinforced Neckband. Sl*us S-M- LG. for 1C Insulated TUMBLERS MADE: BETTEft LAST UONGEIl.iON' OME AQUA BELLE SWIM CAP Soft, easy to put on. Watertight. Attult Size 1.00 VALUES 69 C BIG 16x60 IN. FULL LENGTH DOOR MIRROR Genuine Shatterproof Pittsburgh Plate Glass, Smart Brass finish frame. Complete with hardware for lumping. Sale Priced INDOOR TV Coupon of 1.98 Thrifty Priced PLASTIC FREEZER WITH LIDS PINTS for C QUARTS for 1C Inch ZIPPERED Water- Proof Lined ZIPPERED TAPESTRY SHOE TOTE For Bench or Travel For home use or carry one in your car. For summer outings. ALL METAL ICE CUBE TRAY THRILLS SPILLS ROAD RACES/ 6 volt power pack, 2 rheostat controlled Ferrari-type can. figure 8 track, lap counter, fence, etc, 77 OUTDOOR TELEVISION ANTENNA FOR UHF VHF and FM SETS "Majfic Touch" Ice Cube Ejector " <; Advance Salel !; STUDENT DESK 66 40" Wide 17VV 1 Deep 28" High rorvanoor plastic laminate finish resists stains, surutohos, abrasion, self-luvoling legs. Handy storage shelf, WEAREVER SCHOOL PENCILS BULLETIN FOUNTAIN BOARD PEN Plus 12 Free Ink Cartridges, $1 Val, With Unisors $I.(H> Value 1'Ku. FUEL for m Long Burning. Quart Can •iiiianMiiuainii Charcoal CUT 'N FIT Cut to size to fit your window air conditioner! HAY FEVER ALLERGY REMEDIES ALLEKtST 24 Tablets ft ft ft Reg. 1.25 00" CORICIDIN "D 1 \n • Decongestant !L i 12 Tablets . .. . DRISTAN NASAL MIST 77 fi Reg. 1.19 8 I W Rexall Timed Action HAY FEVER ALLERGY CAPS, i 49 15's • Rexall ANTIHISTIMINE f 50 To^le''" SPALDING GOLF """ BALLS 149 REXAir FIRST AID 1 KITS for 12 First Aid items plus Manual In metal kit. Large sire ... ^ Smaller Kit ..... '• 50 Outside White HOUSE PAINT GALLON SMALLER KIT 1.50 COMPLETE NEW STOCK WATCHES Men's and Ladies' Moduls ]< prices start at HELIISVE IT OB NOT... THIS SUSTCASE FOLDS TO FIT IN ANY CHEST OF DRAWERS Or Fits Into Any Suitcase —To Vats for «if<s, laundry, Etc. On Return Trip Homo. HANDSOME RED PLAID OUTER FABRIC FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "Yessir, they're my grandchildren! Albert and Angela! And you could tell Albert from the word go ... He's the one that pinched the nurse!" Christian Aiders Meel ul Shipman SHIPMAN — Mrs. Emmett Hall entertained the Christian Aiders at her home on Monday night. Mrs. Laverne Vanaiisdoll spoke on "I Believe." The treasurer announced a gross of $293.20 taken in at the boolh the group sponsored at the Shipman Homecoming picnic last week. The September meeting will be postponed until Tuesday, Sept. 3, due to Labor Day and it will be held at the Kenneth Archer Jr., home. Refreshments were served to 15 members by Mrs. C. 0. Matlack, Mrs. Marshall Halliday and Miss Margaret Salzman. Mark Birthday SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. William Shelton entertained at a picnic supper at their home on Monday evening in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Shelton's sister, Mrs. John Reno of Piasa. Altar Society SHIPMAN - SI. Dennis Altar Society met at the Catholic Church Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Clarence Thomae, president, in charge of the business meeting. The Society netted $70 at the watermelon stand sponsored at the Shipman homecoming. Fourteen members were served refreshments following games and hostesses were Mrs. Larry Bray and Mrs. Leo Mills. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Postmaster and Mrs. Lynn Simmermakcr and family returned this week from a Seiver and Tax Deadlines Set For Brighton BRIGHTON—Deadlines for paying tho local sewer tnp-on fee and local automobile license fee have been sol by tho village board, Ed Polsler, village clerk, has announced. Both payments are dun by Sept. 1, after which date a penalty will be invoked. In case of the automobile lax of 52 and truck license of $3, residents will be subject to arrest and possible fine if the tax is not paid. Sewer tap-on payments, now $50, will be $150 after the deadline date. Main Si. Nursing Home Open House The newly remodeled and redecorated Main Street Nursing Home, 1216 Main St., will have an open house from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. The public is inivted. Owners are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce West and Mr. and Mrs. James Myrick, operators of the Caseyville Nursing Home in Caseyville. Miss Donna Rain, RN, is director of Nursing services. vacation in the West. While gone they vis'ted Mrs. Simmermaker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Vanrlalia of Elmonle, Calif. Mrs. Everett Smith is a patient at Carlinville Area Hospital. LOOKING FOR AN INVESTMENT THAT PAYS OFF? this Hue chip does! (and quarterly, too!) CURRENT DIVIDEND PER ANNUM A deposit at Piasa is an investment—one of the best protected investments you can make. Your money is insured against loss up to $10,000. And Piasa pays big-4.6%. Piasa pays often—every three months. Savings in by the 20th earn from the 1st of the month. Your money earns more money—more often at Piasa. Save by mail—Piasa pays the postage. Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts., Alton, III, For time and temperature, dial 465'4431. PIASA FIRST FEDfRAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Accounts Insuutl Ig (10.000 by F»d«til S«vln|» & Uin loiUdQM CflrpjritM QMdends paid for over 76 eonseeutlvs ytiftt

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