Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 26, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN CONSOLIDATE AT OUR OFFICE PAYMENTS YOU CAN AFFORD! ONE PUCE TO PAY! SEE or CALL ALTON BUDGET PLAN II 309A RIDGE ST. v v *f' '' i" "TWfT^TTWWTTffTTfTW^™•^•(••^•^•••••••••••••••••••(••••((t- * *"•"• vKvKvKvK* *• MAYBE IT'S UPHILL? ELLSWORTH, Kan. .ff—Counted among confusing road signs: A mileage sign here reads "Lyons 25 miles." A similar sign at Lyons reads "Ellsworth 27 miles." Jack Daniels or| Country Squire OUR BEST SELLER French Toes • Tan WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broad To Present 4 Drammer' at Carlinville CARLINVILLE — The Great Western Melodrama, this one act 'drammer" of the Gay 90's will be presented by the Carlinville Hospital Auxiliary at Carlinville High School Saturday evening, Oct. 19, as a part of a night at the theatre which has been titled 'Wing-Ding." Profits derived from the show will be expended on a proposed new wing of the hospital to be built in the near future, according to Mrs. W. H. Heinz, publicity chairman of the event. The story of the "authentic" 1890 melodrama is that the original cast of the play has been quarantined and the stage hands have stepped into the roles of the various characters so that the play might go on. In spite of this handicap, that the cast ha had no chance to rehearse and prepare themselves for the roles that they play, the thrilling story of how Daisy wins her poet-lover, Philbert Fearless, over the ob- lections of her hard-hearted father, who prefers Oswald Slugfest, a man of great prowess, is soul satisfying. The stirrring scene where Philbert Fearlns single handedly captures the villainous, jailhreaker, Two-Gun Percy, is beyond words. PhUbert Fearless proves to the world that he is brave and virile. This tale of true love triumphant, set in the 1890's, is unbelievable and unforgettable. Those who see The Great Western Melodrama will always remember Philbert Fearless and his immortal poems. The cast includes John Perry, director of public relations and development at Blackburn C o 1- lege; George Reid, "the Music Man" of Carlinville Community High School; Gene Adkins of Adkins and Marko Development Co.; Jack Cain, director of Radio Station WSMI; Denby Boring, postmaster; Dr. H. G. Zilm. op- :ometrist; Dr. John Forbes, Blackburn professor; and Lloyd Costley, treasurer, Blackburn College. Director of the play is John W. Russell, local attorney. While an undergraduate at Lake Forest College, Russell and two fellow students formed one of the first pantomine groups in the country. Upon graduation they toured the vaudeville circuits for a year and a half. After Russell's service in the Navy, the group was reformed and again worked professionally for 18 months, terminating when Russell left the group to attend Northwestern University School of Law. Buenos Aires — Argentina has asked for bids for the building of her 1964-65 New York World's Fair Pavillion. PENNETS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. EASTGATE EAST ALTON fc*> ?*& • J v i \'^%/ "- K, - tfMMttnMttW88M0NB")N''"^^^^^B^B»M WWM ^^^ hundreds handbag on sale tomorrow! grained vinyl, shiny plastics and fabric handbags in a marvelous collection of new and classic silhouettes. Interesting tapestry weaves and basque cloths in the group; Fine detailing throughout i Great values, everyone! details like multi-zippered compartments, purses, pockets in this big selection of expanded vinyl handbags! Really a remarkably low price for these fabulous fashion extras! Plenty of models, lots of colors and finishes! Hurry! % £v*' * } „» til •• KNIT TOP 'N CORDUROY PRINTED PANTS / *y - .re , ",* ; IKM any for Ankle length cotton corduroy pants in all the latest patterns! Combed cotton knit tops with % sleeves co-ordinate with the slacks! Many styles! 4 to 14. BAN-LOKP SHIRTS IN ALL YOUR FAVORITE SHADES! sizes 8, M, L for SPECIAL BUY! SAVE NOW! ON PLUSH BATH MAT SETS! 3 pc. O77 K»t. <£ 2 pc. set 1 See the range of colors Penney's picked to spark your leisure hours. Easy-care Ban- Ion® shirts are short sleeved for casual coolness with fashion collar, ribbed cuffs and waistband. Full cut for action comfort! White, baby pink, It. fawn, pastel yellow or vivid blue. .Rich, viscose rayon pile, thickly tufted, latex back. Choose either 2 piece set, bath mat and lid cover or 3 piece set, bath mat, ild cover and contour mat. CHARGE THBSB VALUBS AT YOUR VAST ALTON PENNEY'S Shop 1O a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue Cheneys Buy Flower Shop At Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The Flower Shop, located at 104 North State St., has been purchased by Mr and Mrs. Prentiss D. Cheney o this city from James L. McLaren Mrs. Truman Yocom, who ha been assisting in the shop, wil continue with her work there. Mr. and Mrs. Cheney whosi home is one of the show places o the city have taken a number of awards in flower shows with their exhibits. Spiegelmans of Jersey Moving to Missouri JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spiegelman of this city have purchased a home in Olivette, Mo., and will leave in about two months to establish their residence there. Their son-in-law and aughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart k. Bartfeld live in that vicinity. Mr. Spiegelman owned and .perated Bert's Hardware Store icre for 30 years before retiring he past year. Mrs. Spiegelman, an accomp- ished musician, has participated in musical programs in the area and has served as chairman of the Fine Arts Department of he Jerseyville Women's Club for number of years. Win Trip to Hawaii JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Edwards, owners of the Western Auto store, are among the 400 winners of an all-expense paid vacation in Hawaii in a na tionwide merchandising contest sponsored by the Western Auto Supply Company for the first half of this year. Chartered airliners will fly the Edwards to Hawaii in company with the other winners. The first stop on the trip will be in Las Vegas, i Joins Family in Arizona JERSEYVILLE — Dwight Fulkerson, who spent the summer here looking after his farming interests, will leave today for Phoenix, Ariz, to join Mrs. Fulkerson and family who remained there during the summer. The Fulkersons moved to 'hoenix last year for the bene- it of the health of Mrs. Fulker on who had an asthmatic condi ion and is much improved by the limate in Arizona. Visit Relatives Here JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. _. H. Roth of Carlinville and the atter's sister and brother, Mrs. Ruby Kimmell and Floyd Hey luck of Centralia, visited Wednes;ay in Jerseyville with the Roth's on and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Roth and family. They also were guests of the Carlinville people's granddaught er, County Clerk Linda Crotchett and her husband Russell Crot chett Returns From Roodhouse JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Joseph McDaniels has returned to her lome in Jerseyville from Rood house where she has been visit- ng with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard lopkins and family. Enters Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Dr. Byran Caffery of Jerseyville entered St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Louis oday for minor surgery and will be away from his dental offices or a few days. Attend S&L League Dinner JERSEYVILLE — A group of jfficers and directors of the Jerey Savings and Loan Associa- ion and their wives, went to St. ..ouis Tuesday evening to attend he annual dinner meeting of the llinois Savings & Loan League held at the Hotel Chase. In the local party were: Mr. and Mrs. John G. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunder- and Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene i Munsterman, and Atty. and Mrs.! John Suddes. To Attend Grand Chapter JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Beuah Maholland, worthy matron of the Jerseyville Chapter Order of Eastern Star, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Mashburn and Miss Betty Cox, will leave Friday for Chicago where they will attend the Grand Chapter meet- ng of Eastern Stars in session next week at the Medina Temple. Carrollton Lodge To Meet Oct. 1 CARROLLTON — Temple Chapter of the Order of the East- irn Star will meet Tuesday, Oct. ., at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Members of the hospitality committee are Mrs. John Voiles and Mrs. Sam Greaves, co-chairmen, Mrs. Leo Hindelang, Mrs. Dewey Maholland, Mrs. Stella Adams, Mrs. Emma Pierce and Mrs, Jack Alfeld. Accepts I'obltion CARROLLTON - Mrs. Neil Lakin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jouett of White Hall, has accepted a position in the office of E. J. Lukeman, Inc., and began her work there Monday. Mrs. Lakin is a graduate of the White Hall High School. She succeeds Mrs. Richard Good, who resigned. Realtors Visit Listed Properties Properties listed for sale in the Wood River, East Alton, Alton area hy the 15 realty companies of the MulHpIn Listing Service wore inspected in an area wide sales caravan sponsored by the listing service Wednesday. The purpose of the inspection tour was to acquaint the 15 brokers and more than -10 salesmen participating, with the properties for sale, and to benefit both1 and seller with th« combined opinion of the entire group on the value of the property etc. Carl Belcher, spokesman, stated - a similar tour is planned each week to view new pieces of prop* prty as they are listed for sale. The group met at the Lewis- Clark Restaurant at 9 a.m. to star! the day iong peoject in banner decorated automobiles. ~ TORONTO—Canada Is toward more sea trade Spain •> s '*^ < •.' ^, f \ \\ X ^ ,',-"' V ,, 8&f* \',&'!i, \ ',. *'« 'V N wv^ &.„"»+&&*. „>,«>•-> i**»."'••« I EASTGATE PLAZA — East I OPEN 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Alton SEPTEMBER 26-27-28 32"x32" HAND ROLLED Head Scarves Hand-rolled edges on beautiful prints. Wide choice of exciting geometric and abstract patterns. You'll want several for yourself and gifts! PRINTS ONLY. CHOCOLATE COVERED PEANUTS A sweet treat if ever there was one. They're made of fresh peanuts double dipped in milk chocolate. Nutritious and delicious. 44' Lb. 26"x44" RUG Now you can decorate your bedrooms, hallways or dens with these attractive rugs. As soft and smooth as they are sturdy and good looking. Machine washable. $100 1 LADIES' SEAMLESS NYLONS Sheer mesh in streak - free, smooth-fitting nylons... as flattering as they are practical. And so thrift priced, you'll want to scoop 'em by the dozen! 2 68 FLUFFY SCUFFS Softee foam cushion insole and smart new tapered toe. Sizes small, medium, large. Regular $1.00 pair. DISCOUNT PRICE 78' pr. r/AA PLASTIC DRAPES Decorative! Practical! Sanitized, no-iron DuPont ALATHON; rich cloth - like appearance. Wipes clean. Smart styles, colorfast shades. 3 $ 1 $100 Assr. YARD GOODS All First Quality! Crease resistant. Wash 'n Wear. 2 to 10 yard lengths. 00

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