Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 12, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 12, 1963
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MONDAY, AUGUST .12, 1963 Jtiycee Kites Of jersey lo Meet on Aug. 26 - The Jerscy- vllle Jaycee Elles will hold Ihclr next tweeting Aug. 2fi at 8 p.m. In the"t Jaycee hall. The meeting has befeh movetl fonvnrd duo to the fact Hint the regular Seplem- ber date (nils on Lnbor Day. The group Is making plans to entertain the women of blslrlcf fl when the .Terscyvllle Junior Chamber of Commerce host the Jnycee* of thb District. Tho District meeting will he held Sept, 9 at; Pere Marmiette Lodge. At ft meeting this week nt the home 6f. Mrs. Hcrschel Smith, the local Jnycee Ettes discussed arrangements for the district event. A bowling team hns been organized by the Jerseyvllle Jayene- Ettes and regular games will he- gin in September. Movies of the National convention In Lotlisvillo, Ky., were shown at the meeting and the iro- phy won by the float entered by the Jay coo-Jay ce-KUes in I h c Jersey County Fait 1 Parade was displayed. This has linen put on display in their hull. Mrs, Francis Godar mid Mrs. Dale Grovcr were hostesses wllh Mrs. Smith for the meeting. Vlsltlnj. Here JERSEVVTLLE-Mr, and Mrs. K. C. Benner of Piltsburgh, Pa., arrived here Friday lo spend a week wllh Mrs. Banner's torolh- er-in,law and sister, Dr. a n d Mrs. Bryan Caffery, and wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drury. The Bemier's son und daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Benner, and children, Kulhi und Lauren also of Pil.lslnu'K, arrived .Saturday to visit until Wednesday. ' Kloridn Visitors Kent JlSRSEYVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ely of Miami, Flu. came to Jerseyvillo Saturday to spend a few days with friends. Mr. Ely Is a former resident of this city and is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ely of Jerseyvllle. The couple will also visit with relatives oC Mrs. Ely in northern Illinois arid with Mr. Ely's broth- pr-ln-lmv and sisler, Ally, and Mrs. Thomas McDonald in Webster Groves, Mo. ItoliiriiN to Kirkwood JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Aubrey Carson returned Friday to her home in Kirkwood, Mo., after spending the week here with her mother, Mrs. H. G. Neely, who was a patient in the Jersey Com- munity Hospital Mrs. Neely was dismissed from the hospital Saturday. Orrtflot) Couple link Son .tERSEYVrLLE-~Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall or Grafton are announcing the birth of a son at 5:11 p.m. Friday 9, at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Howard Everell Jr. and he weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces. Ho is a grandson of Ralph Picket! Sr. of .lerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marshall of Ore ft on and is a great-grandson of Mr. (nd Mrs. Lloyd Weaver of Grallon, Mrs. Leta Marshall of Alton, and Mrs, Schmidt. Mrs. Marshall was formerly Miss Ann Picketl. This is the first child of the couple. Guest Worthy Matron JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Har- glss Maholland, worthy matron of the Jerseyvllle Chapter Order of Eastern Star, served as guest worthy matron Friday evening at (lie SIflr Chapter in O'fFnllon. She was accompanied I here by Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Malletl and Miss Betty Cox. leaves for Citllfimiln JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. C. M. Meek left by plane Sunday f Vallojo, Calif, where she wi 111 spend some lime wllh tier son- n-lnw and daughter, Petty Off)- 'er and Mrs. R. L, Hartshorn 11id sons. Mrs. Hartshorn was for- nerly Miss Carolyn Meek of Jer- •leyville, Give your'expandable blood to save an unexpendable American. Barracks Meeting i 15 rtl Jersey JERSEYVILLE - Members of World War 1 Barracks and Auxiliary will meet at the American Legion Ifoitie on Aug. 15 beginning with n polluck supper at 7 p.m. At this lime plans will also be made for the District meeting of the organizations at the lo'ca Legion Home on Aug. 18 with i potluck nt noon that day. tttiyn ftroiiity Shop llnre JERSEYVILLE - The Laura lee Beauty Shop owned and operated by Mrs. Lauralee Greene on East Exchange Street Mis been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Benton Mundy of Carrollton, both of whom are beauticians. They will take over the business Sept. 17. Mrs. Greene will continue to operate the 'Roletle Beauty Salon where she will work with three other operators. Home From Camp JERSEYVILLE— Several young people from the Delhi Baptist Church returned Saturday after spending the week at the Ill-Mo Camp at Low Point. They included LaVonne Kanallakan, Katliy Edwards, Cindy Young, Vicki Brelt.wei.ser, Ricky Rogers, Steven Marberry and Patty Kuehnel. J & A Springman HAS YORK •AIR CONDITIONERS ON SALE! PRESCRIPTIONS AT PHARMACY ^ are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St. — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE SAVINGS FOR EARLY IN THE WEEK HILLSIDE SKINLESS WIENERS NATIONAL FOOD STORES . " 506 DELMAR—NORTH ALTON 337 E. FERGUSON—WOOD RIVER EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER LB, PKG. WITH COUPON BELOW U.S. GOV'T. GRADED CHOICE BEEF CUBED STEAKS LB. U. S. GOV'T. GRADED CHOICE BONELESS BEEF STEW 69 Kraft's Cream Cheese PHILADELPHIA C BEEF, HAM, CHICKEN o? TURKEY BANQUET DINNERS -39 "DAWN DEW" FRESH PRODUCE* Firm, Golden Ripe LB, BANANAS FIRST OF THE SEASON! NORTHWESTERN ITALIAN PRUNE PIUMS .... u>, PURPLE PLUMS C Rodeemwble at your friendly Nation »1 Food Store. Offer expires Wednesday, Aug. Utli Prices Good Through Wednesday, August 14th ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH EASTGATE EAST ALTON D COLORFUL COTTON CORDUROY • machine washable • pinwale rib • fashion colors Yes, just 68$ a yard for this fall favorite-all top quality, full bolts! Rich, velvety pinwale weave, perfect for dresses, jumpers, sportswear, home decorating—and you can toss it in the washing machine! Exciting color selection—plus black and white—but shop early! REGULATED OXFORD CLOTH • wash 'n wear Regulated? Yes! • crease-resistant • Sanforized These beautiful cottons never misbehave! You can count on them to tailor smartly . . . keep their rich colors through machine washings . . . stay wrinkle- free with little or no ironing . . . come in and see the new Americana prints for something excitingly new for fall '63. IRIDESCENT SUITING New fashion heather tone solids to match with stripe, checks, and plaids of 50% rayon and 50% acetate that has the look and feel of wool. Hand washable, crease resistant and it's 45 inches wide. See them today! FLEXIBLE STRETCH RAYON 'N NYLON . . . 4.98 yd, YD. WONDER WASHABLE WOOLENS • machine washable in lukewarm water! Penney's wonder washable woolens are 100% virgin wool, a full 54 inches wide and in the bright fall plaids and solid coordinated colors. These wonderful woolens are woven for extra durability and good looks, and they're machine washable in lukewarm water, A Milliken Fabric! 100 WORSTED DOUBLE-KNIT WOOL 5.98yd, . . , And Ponney's Has Patterns and Notions for Every Sewing Need! YD. CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PCNNGY'S Shop 10 a.m, to 9 p.m, MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avsnvre v

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