Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 13
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August 8, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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, AUdttef 8,1963 ALTON EVENING , >«;' , Itfitl VlENTIANNK-Thc mllllnry filler of'-Laos'Ims said thft), ho Is only trying to see his country through brirl .tl'hies ftnd hnck to farming when the flalton Is free from Kerf troubles. A wall plug jVfis dnmngcd when n wire short circuited at the homo of Mrs. Wiltfe TUlon) 32M Edsnll St., Wednesday' nfldi-noon. Firemen said there was no 6th or damage. Gmmiy Rain Was Cloudburst JERSEYVILLE — A rainstorm that damped water over a .large afea of Jersey County fell early Wednesday. Hie •Mil begun about 1:55 n.rjl THATS RIGHT! WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD GARSON ALTON'S LARGEST AND FINEST DIAMOND AND WATCH DISCOUNTERS Fine PIAMONPS at Jerseyville and lasted more (had a half hour, 'flic second, lit the nature of a fhundershower, hit the nrea abolil 4 a.m., accompanied by electrical disturbance. The heaviest rainfall was in csterit Jersey County where riiiii atlges showed as much us Ihree clics at the Wllllum Kinglmusen arm. Supervisor Harold KrUegcr of lelnvood Township In western •jrsey County was a Jnrscyvillc slior Wednesday morning and jported raltt gtiages at his farm i the Fieldon locality registered vo (ind llirec quarter Indies. In Jerseyvillc (lie measuremenl ! rainfall varied from one and vo tenths Indies to one and a half With A Lifetime Value Guarantee No Money Down -Year to Pay MAN'S DIAMOND RING Compare at $150.00 ?//; Whatever jiiu clruiiinud of in n fliln dliumntd HIIK, we're sure to liiive. lOvery liMDImit creation l.i ffimriinleud UIR finest nt Its price. Your full purclnisc price applied toward a lilRhcr prlwil HIIK nl, any lime. 1<>no Insurance Policy! $0000 Pay $2.00 a Week Carat Diamond Set 69°" $150 Vuluo SI..25 a Week Carat Diamond Set ¥ 99°° .1>2UO Vaitio $2.0(1 a Week EASIEST TERMS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE If you do not agree that your diamond purchased from us is the best value for your money, return It within 30 days for a full refund. Carat Diamond Set "149™ $3(10 Vuluo $ S«.«0 a-Week I Full Carat Dia, Set .$500 Value Your to Pay! REPAiTt la Guaranteed for One Year $7.50 Value Complete OVERHAUL S£j $495 Here's What We Do: • VVntcli Cleaned, Oiled 1 • Re-Cement Crystal • Polish Case and Band "• Polish Pnrts • New Pin LIIKS If Needed • Genuine'Factory Parts Used Exclusively • Chronograph and Rusted ' Watches Excluded • Adjusted on "Watchmaster" W.THIRD ST. ALTOMILL, T&^UL, HOwarcl 2-39)2 "NEW FALL" COSTUME JEWELRY VERY LARGE SELECTION, • Necklaces • Earrings • Bracelets • Pendants ,>. Pins; , • Compacts YOUR CHOICE EACH ALL NEW ARTICLE Clusky" Road. Mrs. Hilda Carter, who has been residing temporarily In the, Van- ausdoll apartments, has bought a house nl 918 Sumner St. and will reside there. to stAiio JEKSEYVILLlD - Sheriff Paul Miller removed a prisoner from the Jersey County jail to the Illinois Slate Farm at Vandalia Monday. Hie prisoner, Charles Seldler, had been sentenced Inst week in Ih County Court by Judge Howard Lee White lo serve one year for Hie theft of an automobile belonging to James Allen of Greene County. To Present Drama At Jersey Church JERSEYVJLLE - The Youth of first Baptist Church of Jerseyville will give the play, "No Certain Harbor," by Hilda Benson Powlcke, during the 7:30 p.m. service at Fellowship Hall. In the cast arc: Bob Johnson, Dudley Roth, Dottie Isringliausen, Roger Snuerwein, Terry Smith, Jan Hclderschcid, Gail Kincade and Ken Huff. Mrs. Don Forrester find Miss Lynn Van Dyke arc directors. Masonic Meeting JERSEYV1LLE — There will be special meeting of Jerseyville Masonic Lodge at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Work in Hie master unison's degree will be conferred. Fish Hooks Send Two To Hospital at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Fish hooks, I farm machinery and fire were responsible for mishaps which sent patients to the Jersey Community Hospital for emergency treatment the pasl two days. Leo Nolan of Dow caught a fish hook in his right thumb Tuesday evening while at the Nolan Cabin and was taken to the hospital for removal of the hook. Steve Stygar of St. Louis, who was at Marquelte Park on an outing caught a fisli hook in a finger the hook was removed. John Eycrs, IB, whose father Is John Eyers of Fieldon caught hii left hand in an elevator while working on their farm Tuesday evening and the loft ring finger was lacerated. He was taken to hospital for treatment. John Young, 1, son ot Mr. anc Mrs. Roy Young of Jerseyville suffered first and second degrd burns at his home Tuesday eve ning. The child's father was burn ing trash and the boy got into th Wednesdny morning and was | path of the tiro receiving first, de treated at tho local hospital after!grce burns on the soles of bott TwoHtmeretttt? Wood ftlve? Moose WOOt) RtVfcR.—Jack PenilAttd and Eugene Befifon wete h«ft- orcd Tuesday night by the Wood liver Moose. Pentiand received a {iftfit governor's award flhd ft trophy from he iforseshoe Pitcher's League. Benton was awarded a homainoe league 1 season wlntief trophy. Governor Anthony PaynlC '(ire- sided and presented the awards. Paynlc announced that ' flew members would -W entdllclfl,,Sun- day alter a breakfast at iO.&tti. 4^ feet and flfst and second degree burns on the palm and forcftfttt ot his left hand. He was treated and released from the hospital, j idles. Coiinly Treasurer Howard Perun, who resides four miles eaulj f. Jcrseyvlllo on State Route 16, ! cporled that rainfall at his farm 'as light, only two tenths of mi ich. During Hie second storm of the at'ly morning, lightning struck oi-vlco lines and the dwelling of toward Sandburg on McClusky ld. Damage was slight. l)nii;;lilcr Horn JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. osepli Tonsor of Jerseyville are lie parents of a girl born Aug. 5 \(, Jersey Community Hospital. The haby has been named Angela Rcnee and she weighed seven rounds, one ounce. She is a grand- laughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ,chr of Kampsville. and Mrs. Jo -cph Tonsor Sr. of Jerseyville VIrs. Tonsor before her marriage vas Miss Edie Lelir. This is then irst child. Graf ton Birth JERSEYVILLE — A daughter, Jnda Sue, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rudolph of Graflon Aug. 6 at the Jersey Community lospital. The baby weighed, pounds, 9'/i! ounces. She is a randdaughter of Mr. and Mrs Jarl Blasa and Mr. and Mrs. An- Irew Rudolph of Gratton and is :: ;reat-granddaughter of Charles 31asa of Fieldon. Mrs. RudoJp! vas formerly Miss Phyllis Blasa The couple has a son, Dennis, 2. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs ?loyd Darr of Medora are an wuncing the birth of a boy Aug 6 at the Jersey Community Hos pital. The baby weighed 8 pounds ounces. He is a grandson o Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carroll o Jerseyville . and Mr. and Mrs Francis Darr of Medora and is real-grandson of Mr. and Mrs George Wilson of Kane. Befor her marriage Mrs. Darr was Mis. Sylvia Carroll. Other children ii the family are Karen, 8, Kevin (i and Kent, 3. Residential Changes JERSEYVILLE — Mr. ani Mrs. William Heitzig, who hav been residing at 312 Hill St., hav .moved to Fieldon to make theii home. ..... .,.. . •...• . Mr. and Mrs. James R. White have moved to 407 E. Leavitt St. [rom the Hormell apartments. Mr. and Mrs. James Purcell have moved from Alton to Jerseyville and are residing at 1001 Mc- PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SHOP TONITE TILL 9 P.M. EAST ALTON EASTGATE PLAZA WOMEN'S SLEEPWEAR Summer styles in gowns, pajamas, baby dolls, better styles. .. .2.88. WOMEN'S SLIPS Big Savings! Easy-care cotton plisse. SUMMER HANDBAGS Fashion straw handbags now at money saving prices! 1 1 1 88 REDUCED WOMEN'S DRESSES 88 Better dresses in summer styles now at big savings! MEN'S SW1MWEAR Entire stock reduced! All styles and fabrics! MEN'S BEACH JACKETS Cotton terry cloth. Pullover and button front. 88 188 ONLY 15 PRS. BOY'S WALK SHORTS 4 00 Fantastic savings during Peney's summer clean-up. MEN'S WHITE DUCK PANTS University-grad model. Machine wash. GIRLS' BETTER SLACKS Greatly reduced during Penney's summer clean-up. PANEL CURTAINS Easy-care Dacron polyester. 41x72, 81, 90. White. GIRLS' JAMAICA SETS End of season savings on girls' play wear! PLASTIC TABLE CLOTH Two sizes 50x50, or 50x70, one to fit most any table. 1 1 1 1 50 50 00 00 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Short sleeves! OF COURSE IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE, BUT AT GODFREY HOUSE-BEAUTIFUL Located in North Alton Shopping Ceiilei 1 — Just Next Door to P. N. I1IUSCH CO. ANYTHING'S POSSIBLE! w m We Are Quitting! EVERY STICK OF FINE For goodness sake, don't buy any 'furniture until you've shopped our store -—OUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED, WE MUST SELL EVERYTHING — This is no hokus-pokus •*no special purchases — WE'VE JUST SIMPLY GOTTA GQ™- " IS MARKED DOWN To Nearly, Exactly and Less Than . . PRICE! «i>7 All cotton broadcloth! Wash 'n Wear! SUMMER JEWELRY PATIO TABLE 19 inches high, baked on enamel finish. GIRLS' SHORTS Easy-care cotton that machine washes. SPORT SHIRTS Odds and ends, broken sizes for men and boys. Short sleeves. WOMEN'S DRESSES Dark prints cotton in sleeveless or sleeve style. BED PILLOWS 100% Dacron polyester or foam rubber. BOYS' BOXER SHORTS Elastic waist band in boys' and toddler boys' sizes! GIRLS' BETTER SHORTS Combed cotton Jamaica shorts in assorted colors. WOMEN'S MID CALFS Midcalf pants in assorted colors now at big savings. 1 88 SIZES 30 to 34 SUMMER BED SPREAD MEN'S SUMMER SLACKS 4 44 Embossed cotton spread in twin or full size. GIRLS' DRESSES Summer styles reduced! 2 99 1 Summerweight in blends of Dacron Polyester 'n rayon! SUMMER CLEAN-UP MEN'S CHENILLE BEDSPREAD Machine washable cotton chenille in solid colors. ANTIQUE SATIN DRAPES 48 inches wide, 63 inches or 84 inches long. White. 2 2 99 50 50 3 3 SUITS 2300 Better quality blend of dacron polyester 'n rayon. 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