Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 22, 1963
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ALTON EVENING THURSDAY, AUGUST %jjg u. tidtihty Swine of Imi spon- «Mt 61 1 meafch frftrm at , Mb., Friday, Au K . 23, | The gfewp Will go in indi- VidtfaJj em* arid will lenve thr at If a.lft. Cars will meet .. §t .lour different p laces in the eating {6 leave on the trip. Cars in this ftfea \Vlil meet at the GftS&rte dotitity farm Bureau building at darroIHon, some will on the east side of the in Greenfield, some at the Sample Store in ftockbridge and sortie at the elevator in White Mall. • i *> Wta Trip to Unwell CARftOLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Butkley Neaville, owners of the local Western Auto dealer store, are among the 400 winners ot nn all-exbense-paid vacation in Hawaii In a nationwide merchandising contest sponsored by the company for the first half of this year, RecordUGorn Crop Expected in State fey TOM LOtTtS telegraph Cofrwtpondent SPRINGFIELD, 111. - Most Illinois corn during the first week of August, averaged G ] /6 feet in heighth, a fool higher than the five-year average and several inches higher than the same time last year. Moreover, the production o f corn for grain in this state is forecast at 717 million bushels for 1963 — and all-time record out- pul for Illinois. This production forecast is made by the Illinois Cooperative Crop Reporting Service, an agency staffed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Statistical Reporting Service, and the Illinois Department of Agriculture, Division of Agricultural Statistics. Robert H. Moats, agricullur statistician in charge at Spring field, noted two areas e.xeeptct from the GVi-fcet average height! for corn. In the northeast, th corn was about six feet high am in the southesat, it was slightlj less than six feet. He said the statewide average heighth at this time is about eq ual to the heighth recorded it the early 1950's. "Subsoil moisture supplies are short," Moats said, "however rains since July 1 have contin tied to satisfy the current nccdt for the crop although scattered areas throughout the stale remaii on somewhat of a week to week basis as far as moisture needs.' A later report from the sorvio said corn has virtually all tas seled and continues rapic START BACK-TO-SCHOOL WITH Moving magnificently into fall ... all wool double knit. Two handsomely tailored parts masquerade as three . . . the overblouse dramatically sleeved and collared . . . the skirt, slim-and-trim. Schoeff er's Distinctive Fashions ALTON, ILL. progress." This report covered UK second week of August. About two-thirds of the acreage (of corn) is in the dough stage ot beyond and nearly one-quarter has reached the dent stage," v it said adding that ". . . the (corn) crop is developing about a week lo 10 clays ahead of average but a day or so later than 19G2." Carrollton Lions Plan For Season CARROLLTON—Directors and officers of Carrollton Lions Club met Wednesday evening at the lome of the president, Glenn Diehl, to plan for the coming year. Louis Schreiter, superintendent of Carrollton Community School Unit, was named program chairman and Paul Pressler, manager •f the Greene County Service ?o., was named chairman of a Lions - sponsored rummage sale o be held Saturday, Sept. 7, on lie courthouse lawn. Two "ladies nights" will be ield this year and the regular neeting time for the Lions diir- ng the year will be the first and bird Tuesday nights. To Undergo .Surgery CARROLLTON — John Parker, T. , of this city entered John lochran Veterans Hospital in St. ,ouis several days ago and is cheduled to undergo major surg- ry Friday. His sons, William D arker, who is employed by the 'rans - American truck lines out Fort Worth, Texas, and Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Parker and fam- y of Dallas, Texas, have arriv- d here to be 'with their father uring his illness. Schedule Adult Class at Carrollton CARROLLTON — Mrs. John riswold, head of the home eco- omics department of the Car- ollton High School, is announc- ig the opening of an adult mil- nery and accessories class. If icre is enough interest and the ass is organized it will be held ich Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. r 10 weeks. Persons interested enrolling in this class may noti- the high school office before ept. B. .*•. ALWAYS QUALITY EASTGATE EAST ALTON MOC STYLE OXFORD With leather uppers and Pen- tred poly-vinyl soles. 4 eyelet model is in classic black. B, 7'/2 to 10, C 6'/2 to 12, D bVt to 12 7.99 RIGHT IN STEP WITH STYLE Skimmer flat has plastic sole, stacked flat heel. Black, red, AA 6 to II, B SVi to II 4.99 Give your expandable blood to ave an unexpendable American. School DOOR MIRROR Reg, Full 16X60 SU», f BtRvlUglly beveled eaget. > Eltcliglyllc copptr bocklnfl, plu» Weed-on »namel flniih. I0-y»ar ()uoranl«e. Complete with clip, regdy l« JWDJ. F»r b«drocni, tnlry, both, VANITY MIRROR LOVELY VANITY MIRROR tielpt you bring out the best In your oppeoroncc, Beveled Outer Edge*. All Edges Poliihed, REG.S5.30 GLASS SHELF UNIT HANDY ADJUSTABLE SHELF UNIT Features Sparkling Glo)i Chalet at Salln or Brau Finiih E«y to Irulall -- Attractive I £Vr D BRASS FINISH Reg. SJMC. t8.20 $5,29 REG* * SATIN FINISH \ GLASS SHEIF UNIT t - U< Uprlghli 4' 6'Adj. Brockell i, 8' X24" Glow»j" 29 H HADLEY-DEAN GLASS CO. Semngr Alton Area Since 1896 Qnen mily 8 AM, to 5 P.M.—Fridays 8 AM. Till 9 P.M. H9A0WAY PHONE 465,8813 BOY'S PENTRbD OXFORD GUARANTEED TO LAST! cuff resistant leather uppers! 'entred* poly-vinyl outsole too! C, D 8'/2 to 3 5.99 COUNT ON PENNEY'S FOR THE FINE QUALITY, PERFECT FIT, LOW PRICES IN SHOE FASHIQN! Choose from our large assortment of flats, oxfords, slip 6ns. pv * choose from a wide variety of colors and textures! Get all the quality features'of fine casuals, at PENNEY'S savings to you! Good looking? Yes! Comfort? Yes! Value? Yes! ..; • • V. Come in and try them on ... see and save at PENNEY'S! OUR GREAT LOOKING PATCH SADDLE Patch saddle of nylon velvet, with Goodyear welt construction. Cushion crepe design rubber outsole and heel! Black with black and grey smooth parches. B 12'A to 3, C 81/2 to 3 5.99 PIGSKIN OR LEATHER .V • ' .•, >• '•'' S Misses oxfords with composition riverbed or sagebrush pigskin, or black, spice brown or crushed leather! AA 6 to 8W, B 5 to 9, C S'/i to 8 4.99 MEN'S SMART SLIPON Classic men's s I i p o n v ''Ay?th leather uppers and composition sole, Goodyear welt construe- tipri with durable rubber >hee,l. Sanitized! B 7 to 12. C 7 to 12, D6'/ 2 to 12 ' 9.9? LOOK FOR THE Jf^s ON PENNEY'S GYM SHOES! IT'S YOUR GUARANTEE OF QUALITY AT LOW PRICES! COMFORT SUPREME! JCP's of cotton enameling duck uppers. Buff color crepe design rubber outjoles . . . arch supporfc'tool B P'/J to 1.3, D d to 13 2,99 HI.LO JCP'S Cotton-enameling duck uppers, molded suction eg p, design outfolel Comfortl,.$fy|e! Sanitized treated tool B, D 6% to 13 • J,f? MAPI TO LAST! Cotton army dypk upper* with cushion-iniole, buff color crepe design rgbjjer outsolel, Averted celcn, AA 4. tp II,' 84 tell •, . AIR COOLED SNEAKS, ANKLE REINFORCED! army duck gpperi, byff molded fu«tioo 'cup deiign pufjole, Comfort -luii with sujhion Insole, arch rftW *e 13 CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNEY'S Shop 10 a,m, to 9 p.rn, MONDAY throjMifl SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of US, Highway 67 ^riid Nlsgsra Avenue gQglli^llgigjlggjgggQ^fl^^ ,....^. ~ ^^^,. ™^^4^.™^ _

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