Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SLX ALTON EVENING WEDNESDAY} AUGUST 21,19B3 Farmers Can Get Help Settin Wheat Areas Jersey Fish Pond Meetings To Be Sept, 5 Wheat farmers in Madison County can now obtain help in determining the acreage of fields or parts of fields before wheat planting time Edwin C. Rethmeier, chairman of the Madison County Agricultural Stabilization Committee, announced today. This service Is available for wheat to be seeded this fall. There will be a nominal fee which varies with the size of the Wheat acreage for the farm. Reporters will visit the farm, determine the acreage, and sot stakes at controlling points of the premeasured area. Farmers wishing this service should make their requests by personally calling at the county office. The proposed wheat fields can then be Identified on the office copy of the aerial photo. In announcing the service, Rethmeier commented that many farmers have asked for help to avoid overplanting their allotment in order that they will be eligible for price-support on their 196-1 crop. Planting within their allotment will also help preserve the full allotment for future years. In response to questions concerning the 1964 wheat program, Rethmeier, today reminded farmers that marketing quotas are not in effect for 1964 crop wheat. This means, he said, there are no planting or marketing restrictions for next year. However, lo be eligible for price support at about $1.25 per bushel the 1964 wheat acreage must not exceed the acreage allotment. Overplanl- ing the allotment will make producers ineligible for price-support and will reduce acreage allotments 6 or 7 per cent for future years. Farmers who have conservation reserve contracts agreed to plant within the larger of the farm acreage allotment, or 15 acres, and this means that the 1964 conservation reserve payment for the farm is dependent on planting wheat within this acreage. Moro 4-H Club Stages AcliievementProgram MORO — The Morro Merry Maids 4-H, Club held its local achievement program last week at the Moro Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Lindell Neese and Mrs. Orville Cooper, leaders, commented on the year's work. Talks were given by K a t h y Saboff on "Posture" and Linda Cooper talked on "Tools you Use." Demonstrations were given on "Meat Loaf" by Sandra Saboff; "Pecan Rolls" by Beverly Cooper; "Flower Arrangements" b y Mar^'orie Cooper. A', pantomime was given by Jan ice Neese, Marcella Dorsey, and Jean Dorsey. Pat Dorsey presented a musical act and Marjorie Cooper played a piano selection. The girls modeled their sewing projects. Moro Notes MORO — By action of the Session. of the local Presbyterian Church, there will be no Sunday School or church services on Aug. 25 and Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hueneger and son are home after a four- week vacation in Colorado and Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cooper and family accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reeves and family of Tulsa Okla., spent two weeks vacationing in the area of Leech Lake, Minn., and places of interest in Wisconsin. On their return the Reeves family spent several days at the Cooper home before returning to Tulsa. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cooper and daughter hHve returned from Buena Park, Calif., where they spent 10 days with a brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper. Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Schertz and family of Arlington, Va., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Schertz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brazier. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Yount and son Charles of Hannibal, Mo. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. O'Dell. Mrs. Jess Hancock was called to Cassville, Mo., last week on account of the sudden death of a brother. Gale L. Cope. Mr. Cope, 62, a retired teacher and business man died in a Lexington, Ky., hospital from a heart attack suffered while en route on vacation trip to Octana, Va. Cemetery in Jersey Bequeathed $1,000 JERSEYVILLE — The Grimes- Neely Memorial Assn. Cemetery of English Township is one of the beneficiaries under the will of the late Harry Cope which was probated this week by Judge Howard Lee White. The will provided that $1,000 bequeathed to the cemetery be in vested by the trustees and proceeds used by trustees to help care tor the cemetery. Certain bequests were made to Mrs, Mary Vandevier ol Crystal City, Mo.; Mrs. Ethel Bobjnet of Grayville, and to a nephew, Pearl j. Cope. The remainder ol real estate is to be converted into cash and divided share and share alike to Bisters of the deceased, M.rg, Lottie Clark of Jorseyville, Mrs. I-ela Bates and Mrs. Mary Tucker oi iKsne and Mrs. Ruby HawKing of Godfrey,. """" "" " " ; .IKRRKYVILLE —The Orville they Watch Langimgp JGuilnnder and Fred Heitzi<? farms MONTREAL A Canadian!will be the scene of a fish pond chair maker reports so many .management meeting Sept 5. French speaking workers that' The Orvillp Guilander farm is directions and signs must bc'loratrd two and one-half miles printed in French. 'west and two and one-half miles north of Jerseyville. The Fred Holtzig farm Is located just east of Fieldon on the Curve of Route j 16. Meetings will be at 4:30 p.m.] at GuilnndfTs and at fi:IV) p.m. at! Hrit/ngs. ' In each installer a fish shocking | demonstration will be held and a discussion wil) follow relative lo j the fish imputations in each pond. I Other items to be discussed will be specific weed control problems and management problems com- j mon to farm ponds. ! Roy Lockhart, state fish biota gist, will lead the discussion and I Irene Connolly in Jerseyville with present the demonstrations. The|Mrs. Minnie Roster, president preprogram is sponsored jointly by j siding, thr Soil Conservation and Exten-| Announcement was made of the si'in Service. Club Women Meet JERSEYVILLE — Members of the Jerseyville Business and Pro fcssional Woman's Club were eh- tortained at a dinner meeting Monday evening at the Black Hawk near Jacksonville. Following dinner the business session was held at the home of Miss ence Is to take place In SI. Louis Sept. 6, 7 and 8. Attending the meeting Manitay were; Mrs. Minnie Roster, president, Mrs. Marjorie Thomas, Mrs. Lindell VValklngton, Miss Irene Connolly, Mrs. Carolyn Rhodes, Miss Cella Sinclair, Mrs. Olive DeLude, Miss Cora Lofton, Miss Josephine Stnhl and Miss Edith Oamprdinger visit of the motorcade of state officers of the B. & P.VV. Clubs to Jerseyvllle on Oct. 9, during Business Women's Week. A coffee hour will be held at 6 p.m. at the Jersey State Bank for the visitors. . The meeting of District ll.willl HONG »KONG — Hong Kong lie held Oct. B in Troy, 111., and bankers are attempting to set up the National Leadership Confer, cotton and wool futures. Unlike? Mill Girl Gels Scholarship BUNKER HILL - BonltH Bohl mnyor, daughter of Mr. flhd Mrs. Arnold Bohlmcycr, hns rccctgcd notice ihnl Western Illinois University scholarship committee-has awarded her n one year scholarship from the PTA scholarship fund, tliis award is made on the basis of scholastic achievement. She is one of 31 recipients. ttentilnit \ i- fhe anniinl reunion of the T'rnhger family will be Sunday at ndon at CarrolUon city tod* tiny LONDON— England lias made plans to sell used airliners lo the government ol Red dhlnft. She Is a 1062 graduate of Bunker Mill High School and \vlll be a sophomore when she returns to VV.J.U. in September. She is majoring In business education. . HOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON.-THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Floor Samples-Demonstrators AND STOREWIDE STOCK SORRY, NO COD'S -PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS f STARTS THURSDAY FURNITURE- FLOOR COVERING Summer Furniture Reduced ............... 33% 1 — 59.95 Swivel Rocker (Ivory Plastic) . . 49.95 1—219.95 3-Pc. Bedroom Set, Triple Dresser, Chest and Bookcase Bed ........ 189.88 1—100.00 Beige Recliner Chair .......... 74.88 2 — 74.95 Green Recliner Chair .......... 59.88 2—59.95 Full Size Latex Mattress ........ 49.88 12— 4.98 Brass Finished Waste Baskets . . 3.88 1— 39.95 Step Table (Cherry) .......... 18.88 1— 24.95 Cocktail Table (Mahogany) ---- 13.88 2— 14.95 Coffee Table (Walnut) ........ 9.88 1—229.98 4-Pc. Sectional (Nylon & Foam) 189.88 4—9.98 to 29.98 Mollywood Head Boards 20% Off 5— 13.98 Unfinished Bookcase (4 Shelves) 10.88 20— 1 9.95 9x12 ft. Cotton Rugs ......... 13.99 1—116.50 9x11 ft. 4 Brn. Wilton Rug ---- 89.88 1— 79.10 9'10"xlo' Grn. Tufted Rug ---- 59.00 12— 42.95 9x12 ft. Oval Rugs ............ 37.88 5— 69.95 9x12 ft. Oval Rugs ............ 57.88 4— Spe. 9x12 ft. Fibre Rugs ........... . . 11.99 8— Spec. 12x15 ft. to 12x21 ft. Rugs ...... 48.00 HOME FURNISHINGS 100— lOc Ea. Dish Cloths ................ 6 for .49 74 Spec. Foam Pillow (Shredded) ........... 99 120 Bath Towels (Solid and Fancy) .......... 75 96 Hand Towels ....................... 2 for .75 148 Wash Cloths ....................... 4 for .75 32—2.98 Beach Towels .................... 1.99 SHADES 40—2.99 Portable Pads .................... 1.99 12 — 4.49 9 Ft. Wide Bamboo Shades .......... 3.49 6—5.79 7 Ft. Wide Bamboo Shades ......... 4.69 5-7.99 9 Ft. Wide Bamboo Shades ........ 5.59 10—8.99 20 Ft. Wide Bamboo Shades ....... 6.59 YARD GOODS-NOTIONS 10 — Assorted Gifts and Novelties ........ */> Price 2—8.98 Table Lamp ..................... 4.00 10—9.98 45 PC. Semi Porcelain Dinnerware . . 7.88 .79 yard Cotton Yard Goods, yard ......... 48 .98 yard Cotton Yard Goods, yard ........ 67 400 — Plastic Hangers, each ................... 04 24—1.00 Blanket Brigs ..................... 66 24— 50c Skirt-o-Malic Hangers ......... 4 for 1.00 126 — 2 for 1.29 Trouser Greaser .......... 2 for .67 HOUSEWARES 12—11.98 4 Qt. !(!« Cream Freezers 8,88 4—24.98 4 Qt. Elect. Ice Cream Freezer 19.98 6_ 4.99 2 Qt. Ice Cream Freezer 8.88 48— 9.99 Ironing Boards, Adj 7.99 10—10.98 Kitchen Stools 8.88 80—Spec. 5 PC. Cookware Sots 0.88 your expandable blood to »ave an unextwidable American. .1 ELECTRICAL 15— 8.90 14.2 Dutrax Wire (250 ft.) 4,90 82—10.00 12,2 Dutrax Wire (350 ft.) 5.09 MANY 1 AND 2 OF AKEVD-HURRY! . AT 9 A. M.! APPLIANCE DEPARTMENTS RANGES 2—149.95 30 In. Gas Ranges (Light, Clock, Timer) ............................. 117.71 1 — 469.95 40 In. Classic Gas Range and Base 299.36 1-259.95 30 In. Electric Range with Rottisserie .......................... 219.76 2 — Automatic Elect. Ignition Oil Heaters. . . 99.88 1—189.95 70,000 BTU Deluxe Gas Heaters. . 169.88 FREEZERS-AIR COND. 1—219.95 12.5 Cu. Ft. Upright Freezer ____ 169.99 1—269.95 17 Cu. Ft. Deluxe Upright Freezer 227.17 1—219.95 15 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer ........ 169.64 1—259.95 17 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer ........ 219.86 1_ 69.95 3 Gallon Dehumidifier .......... 49.94 1— 79.95 4 Gal. Auto. Dehumidifier ...... 61.66 2—219.95 9,500 BTU Air Conditioners ..... 186.86 2—239.95 11,000 BTU Air Conditioners ---- 218.86 2 — 269.95 14,800 BTU Air Conditioners ____ 248.86 REFRIGERATORS 1—319.95 14 Cu. Ft. Frostless Refrigerator. 259.44 1-219.95 12 Cu. Ft. 2-Door Refrigerator. . 176.86 1—399.95 16 Cu. Ft. Frostless Refrigerator. 326.32 WASHERS-DRYERS 1—169.95 Automatic Washer ............ 127.77 1—249.95 3 Cycle 2 Speed Auto. Washer. . . 169.69 1_ 79.95 Kenmore Wringer Washer ...... 58.88 1—119.95 10 Lb. Electric Dryer .......... 87.72 2—199.95 3 Cycle Gas Dryer ............. 158.93 1—319.95 Push Button Auto. Washer ---- 153.35 RADIOS-TV's 3—269.95 23 In. Console TV .............. 179.00 1—219.95 23 In. Console TV ............. 148.84 1— 29.95 Transistor, Tape Recorder ....... 19.00 1—119.95 19 In. Portable TV .......... . . 89.00 1— 59.95 FM-AM Clock Radio .......... . 45.00 1-159.95 23 In. Table Model TV .......... 133.00 2—229.95 Comb. AM-FM Stereo .......... 199.88 1—21 IU. Color TV Console .............. 389.88 VAC's*SEWING MACHINES 18— 79.95;\Deluxe Vacuum Cleaner 59.88 12— 69.95 Deluxe Floor Polisher 49.88 6—136.00 Deluxe Sewing Head 94.00 APPAREL DEPARTMENTS CHILDREN'S WEAR 199 Sun Suits, Shorts, Slim Jims, each 1.22 1.99 Pedal Pusher Sets, Swim Suits, each 1.22 .98 Boxer Longies 3 for 1,00 .99 Deck Pants Sets 66 2.99 Pedal Pusher Sets, Sun Suits Set, each.. 1.99 2.99 Boys' Short Sets 1.77 2.99 Coordinates, Sun Suits or Short Sets, each 1.99 3.99 Boys' Suits 2.88 4.99 Boys' Suits 3.88 MEN'S WEAR 4.98 to 5.98 Cabana Sets 3.99 1.98 Knit Shirts, S, M, L 1.44 1.98 Short Sleeve Shirt Assortment 1.49 2.99 Putter Pant Assortment 1.77 4.98 Unlined Jacket 2.88 4.99 Wash and Wear Slacks 3.99 1.98 to 2.98 Straw Hats 1.00 to 1.99 3.98 to 5.00 Straw Hats 2.99 to 8.44 BOYS' WEAR 3.90 Cotton Pants, broken sizes 2.44 1.99 Knit Shirts, 6-18 1.33 2,99 Deck Pants, 6-18 1,88 1,00 Play Shorts, 4-18 77 SPORTING GOODS 9.99 Aluminum Folding Table 7,77 100.05 12 Ft. Jon Boats 88,00 110.00 3,5 H.P. Motor 88.00 18.08 Aluminum Jce Chest .., * 13,88 80.88 Double Side Room Tent 70,88 49.98 24 or 2G In. Bicycle 87.88 50.08 24 or 26 In. Bicycle 44,88 WOMEN'S WEAR Nylon Slip Assortment 77 1.49 Cotton Shift G^own ..,.. 1.00 2.00 Nylon Slips .. .\ 1.22 3.98 Bra Assortment^... 1.99 4.98 Panty Girdle Assortment 2.44 2.00 Clutch Bags (Fabrics) .99 1.39 Nylon Stretch Tights 69 .99 Children's Stretch Tights .50 .59 Ladies' Poodle Socks \ ........... 2 pairs .77 13.99 Fitted over Nite Case\ 7.99 13.98 to 15.98 Swim Suits . A ,. 7.99 17.98 to 28.98 Swim Suuits . X ,, ', 9,99 1.98 to 2.98 Shorts, Blouses, Capris .99 5.98 to 6,98 Shorts, P. PushersKcapris. 3.99 19.98 Winter Coats, Plaids and\Solids 10.00 24.98 Winter Coat Assortment (\.........; .15.00 29,98 Winter Coat Assortment . \. 17.00 3.98 to 4.98 Dress Assortment . . 2,99 5.98 to 7.98 Dress Assortment ., ,. 3.99 8.98 to 10.98 Dress Assortment 5.99 10.98 to 12.98 Dress Assortment f,....... 8,99 2.98 Hat Assortment A ,99 GIRLS' WEAR 1,08 to 3,08 Shorts, Pedal Pushers, CapriA,,... 1,33 • r - i \A V 5.08 to 10,08 Dress Assort., Size 7-14.,.. \,,,, 3,00 ,77 to 1.08 Summer Hat Assortment,,. A ,.. ,57 2.00 to 5.08 Swim Suite, 7-14 ,\,,, 2,33 SHOES 1.00 Child's, Misses Canvas Shoes .,,,, \ 1,00 2,00 Men's Canvas Slip-Ons , , 2,00 Women's Summer Wedge ,,',, |,48 1,00 Women's Scuffs and Sandals •.,'.. LOO Shop at Sears and Sav® Guaranteed or Your Moner Back 309 Allan,, Ml. Phone HO 5.55JJ PLUMBING-HEATING 3—239.95 GasWnace (80,000 BTU,);..'. 159.00 2— 89.95 Gas .Wall Heater (25,OpO BTU).... 49.99 2— 29.95 Electric Heater (1,500 Watt) .... . f 18.44 2— 19.95 Electric Heater (1,000 Watt) ; .....,. ;12.44 1— 94.95 30 Gal Gas Water Heater • ......... .59.00 1— 94.95 30 Gal. Gas Water Heater ........ 89.00 1—299.95 Oil Furnace (84,000 BTU) 89.00 1—279.95 Gas Furnace (135,000 BTU)....... .129.00 6— 25.00 Wash Down Toilet 19.99 6— 12.95 lavatory \ .... 8.99 4— 34.95 Glass Tub Encloser 26.66 2— 13.95 Medicine Cabinets 7.77 6— 49.95 Medicine Cabinets with Light ..... 19,99 CABINETS-SINKS 1—139.95 Gas Oven (Built In) 79.99 1—199.95 Gas Oven (Built-in) .129.99 1— 99.95 Gas Surface Unit (Built In) ...... 59.99 1—199.95 Electric Oven (Built In) V..: 129.99 1—139.95 200 Series Dishwashers 79.99 1— 32:00 54 In. Counter Top .'.... 4.99 1— 19.95 32x20 Porcelain Sink ..:..... 12.88 1— 44.95 Garbage Disposer ;. . ..;..• 19,88 3— 44.95 33x21 Steel Sink .:..'. .\,....'! 26.88 1— 29.95 30 In. Copper Hood .... .wh..-. 1 .'.-;, 11.99 HARDWARE 3-129.99 6 In. Jointer-Planer ;.,..... .V. 99.88 12—124.95 10 In. Bench Saw ........ .\ '.. ,.. 89.99 4— 9.98 8xl%" Saw Blades .........),,'.. 5.00 1—,54.95 4 In. Jointer .vi 42.50 26 In. ,to 36 In. Galvanised Screen Wire... .5JQ% Off BUILDING MATERIALS I 4—11.99 48 In. Door Canopies. * .......... . .8.88 24— i.69 Aluminum Door Grilles "! .......... 1.00 4Q— 6.99 4x8 ft. Paneling .................. 3.99 SUBURBAN SHOP-TOYS 5— 4.99 Child's Picnic Table, 36x36x22" . .... 3.33 4 — 11.99 Sand Box with Canopy ............ 9.99 24— 4.99 57x9" Swimming Pools ..... ....... 3,33 15— 7.98 Reed Patio Screen, 6'xl5' . . , ....... 5.77 32— 1.39 40x4" Aluminum Edging . .......... 99 2—184.95 5 H.P. Chain Saw, 16 in ......... 166.95 AUTOMOTIVE 3—18.95 Seat Covers, 61-62 Ohev., Ford ...... 9.88 lr-24.95 Seat Covers, 59-60 Ohev., Pont. ..... 5.88 1*-48.05 Seat Covers, 50 Ohev, 4-Dr 8.88 J—49,95 Generator, 50-60 Plym,, podgo .. •...io.88 2— 6.98 Water Pumps, 40-55 Nasli 4,88 6— 5.08 Front Floor Mats 8.00 PAINT 5,79 Gal, Outside White Paint .,,,, , 8,00 3.98 Aluminum Step Stool 3,44 50,08 JPaJnt Sprayers .,, '. ..,,,,.,,,','.. 46,00 1,70 Qt, Flat Wall Paint, Disc, Colors,,,',., ,00 (j,0Q Gal, FMWftU Paint, IMio, Oolori;.,.„, 2,00 6,09 Gal- HI Gloss paint, Disc, Colors,,,,,, 2.00 [OURS? Hairs, ami Jjri, 0 AM, to 0 P J(, Other Days 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. * '" HOUJU'AKKING At Any Downtown Lot. Have Your Ticket Stamped at Sears,

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