Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 7, 1972 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 7, 1972
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Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, Sept. 7, 19?2 A«3 United Fund gets early kickoff bonanza A total of $101,600 was contributed by three pacesetters Wednesday at the Alton-Wood River Area United Fund's Advance Gift and Pacesetter Campaign ktckoff at the Stratford Motor Hotel. The pacesetters are Owens- Illinois, Inc., pledging $21,600; Shell Foundation with $30,000 and Olin Corp., donating $50,000. Theme of the pacesetter campaign is "Crusade for Services." Advance Gifts chairman E. L. DeShong announced that this was a $12,000 increase over the amount pledged at last year's kickoff. DeShong received the J & ASpiingm^n PANELING pledges from Donald Shotts, $150,000. director of the fund, told the representing the three The ultimate goal for the group that "it is essential that facilities of Owens-Illinois, 1973 united Fund Campaign this campaign be successful is ? 623 ' 9 77, a 10 per cent in- if the agencies are to main- Telegraph Want Ms crease overlast year's total, tain their present services to F of0lin of Olin. The campaign goal is S. John Crawley, executive the community." Get Results 1 News from Ogilvie: on hair spray The latest "News from Ogilvie" press release — "exclusive to you in your city" — disclosed today "A united party can take E. L. DeShong, right rear, at the chart announcing the several approaches to victory kick off report, aided by a boy and girl scout. The fHcre ' s tsome insid * ,"'• money W as contributed by three pacesetters, giving Campaign H LdqS-tcr? on the Umted Fund campaign an early boost. how to project a winning image." "Now is the time for all good men and women to come to the aid of their party. Ogilvie heeds the call with a campaign strategy to make its party a success." The governor's secret blueprint for the November election? A central Illinois Labor Day speech? Neither. The quotes are about hair and not necessarily the governor's. A hair spray company bearing the same name as Ogilvie is mounting its fall sales campaign. Its press releases to fashion editors around the country this week are bannered under the title, "News from Ogilvie." SHAG CARPET TILE A C T O R Y B U Y O U T Beautiful Patterned KITCHEN CARPET Great for kitchen or -any other area that gets years of wear. Many colorful patterns. $^69 FACTORY BUY-OUTS! FULLY INSTALLED Your choice Shag, Sculpturtd, Plush, Installed by competent union mechanics. Carpet will meet or surpass F.H.A. specifications. This Includes carpet, pad and labor. No extra charge for sewing and metals, IRREGULARS AT HALF PRICE GREAT BUY 34° Sq. Ft. Jumbo l2"x?JF IN STOCK 2 Sq. Yd. DuPont 501 NYLON An outstandingly beautiful and practical carpet, at great savings. $ 3 95 IN ^& STOCK Sq. Y<J. INDOOR/OUTDOOR CARPET TOUGHEST CARPET MADE One of the greatest buys ever, 12' wide indoor/outdoor carpet at this tow iprice. $149 IN STOCK 1 Sq. Yd YOU MUST SEE THIS EXTRA HEAVY TOP QUALITY Beautiful sculpture. We ibought it right. So can you. Variety of colors. IN STOCK 5 Sq. WE SPECIALIZE IN FACTORY BUY OUTS! THOUSANDS OF YARDS IN STOCK A N »|" I I RUBBER BACK 100% NYLON Do-It-Yourself, take it with you. Tight commercial tweed. Selection of colors. IN STOCK BIG SAYINGS HUNDREDS OF ROOM SIZE REMNANTS! FREE LOAN OF TOOLS VANITY $1 Q95 24" or 30" TOPS Available IN STOCK EXCELLENT pUALITY FRINGED AREA RUGS $ 2L9 95 6x9 OVAL IN STOCK VINYL ASBESTOS I2"xt2- Fantastic selection. Transparent cement. Now available. Vinyl Asbestos — Jumbo I2"xl2" Choice of 20 Patterns PEEL & STICK NO WAX LINOLEUM Mill Trials SI 49 sq. Rej. J7.95 ^1 yd. 12* WIDE NO WAX Unbreakable $449 M|. LINOLEUM * yd. AMERICAN MAOE CERAMIC WALL TILE MIRROR TILE 59 C sq.ft. CARPETS UNLIMITED masse ctianjg HON., THURS., FHI, 9 to 9 TUES., WED., SAT. 9 to 6 PHONE 869.7550 £5;.' JENNINGS STATION RD. at HWY. 67-3 MIN. SOUTH OF HWY. 270 IK. EAST OF RIVER ROAD SHOPPING CE^ There must be a good reason why more people buy... KRDEHLER Tape Cod" MR. & MRS. Here's a pair of all new mini chairs. Not too largo, not too small, and oh! so comfortable. On Shepherd casters. In matched pairs or as a Mr. and Mrs. Chair sot. Scotchsard treated fabrics In solids or florals. (OTTOMAN OPTIONAL) LET KROEHLER TAKE YOUR ROCK AND RECLINE CARES AWAY! Sit, rock, stretch and recline in comfort, in long lasting naugahyde, the fabric supported vinyl. <KI o Rock! What a blessinR after a long, hard day—This 3. position Relaxer. Leather look-alike of fine vinyl - . . wipes clean with a damp cloth. Reclinel OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. WON. & FRI. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY 254-0101 VYOUimiYEIULL. PRE-SEASON 39 REGULAR $55.00 Great Colors In Uii- trimmed ("oats. Budget- Minded And Fashion Conscious. . . Choose From This Value Packed Collection . . . Choice Of Rich Textures And Patterns. Sizes 8 to 18 Fashion* — 2nd Flour 104 VIHIKO - PHONE465-8851 STOKK UOUKS - 0:30 to 5:00 - MON. & FKI.- 9:30 to 9:00 Fairs master rocrks ... i SUPER -\ J Victorian Velveteen BLAZER 19 90 REGULAR 825.00 100% Cotton Fabric in plush Wine, Navy, or Black .... So Rich. One Button Style with Gathered Sleeve ...7/8-15/16. Long Casual SKIRTS 12 90 REGULAR 816.00 Pair up your Blazer with a Knit, Accordion I'leat, or Sinashinji Plaid Skirt and You're Ready to go . . . Abht. Colors and Styles . . . 8-16. SPOKTSWEAK - MAIN H.OOH 104 W. Third Si. Ph. 165-8851 Store Houn>: 9:.'K) lo 5:OO Mon. & Fri. 9:3O to 9:UO "fall direction" JUMPERS An Outstanding Value . . . Priced At A Low KEGULAK $16.00 Need A New Fall Jumper! Who Doesn't! Watching Pennies? Who Isn't! Hero's the Perfect Time to Snap Up a Savings a n d Hang Onto Your Purse Strings Too . . . G r e a t Styles to Choose from in T w e e d s, Herring Bones a n d Diamond Weaves. Solid Colors a n d Color Combinations. Sizes 10 to 20 and 14'/, to 24 U Fashions — 2nU Floor Store Hours: «:SO to 5:00—Moil. & Fri. 5»:30 to 9:00 104 W. TU1KD — PHONE

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