Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 9
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September 5, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Trailer Dented by .940 Golf Balls • DAYTON, Ohio (AP)-An angry \foman called the Montgomery dounty sheriff's department to complain about golf balls from a nearby golf driving range hitting her trailer home. Later, she showed deputies the dents in her trailer, and then produced more evidence: 940 golf balls she'd picked up aound the trailer since the range opened last spring. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! SEPT. 5th, 6th, 7th Ith—Garment Pfefewlonolty Dry Cleaned FREE! 6th-—Garment Colrt-Op Cleaned FREE! (Included with your 8 Ib. lead) 7th—Shirt Laundered FREE! Free Snacks Balloons and Suckers for the Kiddies KELLEY'S KOIN-OP KLEANERS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 201 N, Central — Roxana — 254-7197 Plan New Addition to Westlake Country Club JERSEYVILLE - Representatives of the architectural firm of Hanner and Associates of Wood River met with the board of directors of Westlake Country Club Tuesday evening to discuss preliminary plans for an addition to Westlake. The Wood River firm has been given authority to submit plans for proposed work at the club which will be placed before the membership for further action. John G. Zimmerman, president of Westlakke, tated that -the principal addtion under consideration is the construction of a'bath house for the pool which is required by state 'regulations, and other improvements will be contingent on the cost of building the bath house. No amount has been set as to cost of construction. ROBERT HAUL FAU- SUIT EVENT! 2 PANTS SUITS of luxurious WORSTED Dolfog Practice Teaching JERSEYVILLE — Miss Judy Button, who has been spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hiitton, left Tuesday for Decatur where she will dur six weeks practice teach ing. She will receive her degree from Millikin University in January. Her engagement to Jerry Do mesck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Domescik Sr. of Auburn, was recently announced by her patents and the wedding will taki place Dec. 28. Mr. Domescik, a graduate of Millikin University is a second year studnet in the School of MZEDICINE AT Vander University, Nashville, Tenn. Bunker Hill Unit Schools Enroll 767 BUNKER HILL — A total o 767 students are erolled in th Bunker Hill unit, 535 in the ele mentary school and 232 in th high school, it was announced thi week by school officials. A breakdown of the enrollmen shows 79 in the first grade, 7 in second, 67 in third, 66 in fourth 62 in fifth, 63 in sixth, 60 in sev enth and 66 in eighth. In high school there are 77 freshmen, 7 ophomores, juniors and 48 seniors. Preliminary scholastic aptitud tests will be given to juniors an seniors on Oct. 19. This test i given to those going to colleg and is used as a basis for scho arships in many cases. Cost o the exam in $1. Student intei ested should contact Mr. McMi Ian. Two fined on Charges of Intoxication Harry W. Cousert, 68, 554 Park Drive, Bethalto, and Austin E. Harris, 38, 120 Ferguson Ave., Wood River, this morning plead- d guility of charges of intoxica ion and were each fined $10 and sts by Police Magistrate eorge Roberts. They were arrested shortly after 9 p.m. Wrdnesday in an automobile near Milton Road and Rte. 159 by Cpl. Robert Churchich and Patrolman Alfred Bock. Cousert, driver of the car also charged with having no operators license in his possession and was fined an additional $5 and costs. TOKYO-Red Chinese delegates recently returned from Russia say they were closely watched. STONE BROS. FABULOUS WATCH BAND TRADE-IN SALE P.N.HIRSCH&CO FOR YOUR OLD BAND REGARDLESS OF CONDITION Entire Stock! No Restrictions! INCLUDING All Makes and Price Ranges Good Only Fii., Sat., Man. FAST, EASY CREDIT TONE BRO > CREDIT JEWELERS 118 W. 3rd St. THERE'S NEVER A CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS AT ROBERT HALL Men...you save over *15... comparable suits are selling now for *55 and more! Now ... right at the start of the season you get the 2-pants suit at a fabulous money-saving low price! Fine worsteds in the classic 3-button Jilhouette. The extra pair of pants gives you double the wear for many seasons to come! Complete •election of patterns and colors in regulars, shorts, longs. 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Colors: White, Black, Blue. Sizes: 5-M-L. *> The shift with mock-turtle neck, of textured stretch Antron® nylon, in white, black, vivid colors. Sizes 34-40. The skirt of 100% wool flannel, stitched-top action pleat, self-suspenders. New dark fall shades. Sizes 8-16. The sweater in jacquard pattern ... Orion® Sayelle acrylic that feels like wool, washes like cotton. Sizes 34-40. The pants of Milliken wool-nylon stretch, adjustable waist, stirrups for trim fit. Fall colors. Sizes 10-18. HERE'S WHY YOU SAVE AT ROBERT HAU • W* ttll for Mih only! • Thtr* art no credit charge! • W» hevt no credit lotitil • You MV* btcauit w» rav«l Open Sun. 13 Noon to « p.m. STRETCH SHIRT 3 "77 m m m SUSPENDER SKIRT 4.97 JACQUARD SWEATER 6 97 • **r * STRETCH PAINTS 7.77 Special Purchase/ LADIES' NYLON HOSE Closeout from famed maker! Choose from either seam or seamless. Newest fall shades in sheer leg flattery. Some stretch. Sizes: 8'/» to II. 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