Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 12, 1961 · Page 5
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April 12, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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W*£>NLSDAY, APRIL 13,1961 ALTON EVENING om,F SHAWNKE-On - DELAWARE, Pi. (*y — Jack Cummins, former Mtoffll television sports dl- rtctor, will direct golf activities HI the §hawtiec COUMW hw§. As* Mating mm in th* pro shop will be Presttm Patterson and Howard Han, btrtn from Miami cnuriea, and .John Chementl of Shadttrck Bortd, first MMft |ov* of intfRriBf IWH tfoffi St. Glair County. , Pa. jftAAjfiftu*. ti4AA.<Vrf>,Mti.-frAfV-* Aflu"i * , r. i v v A i u r' SHOP & SAVE IN UPPER ALTON Home Bureau of Calhoun Begins Membership Drive To Address Alton Moose Complete Line of DUTCH BOY PAINTt AlUn Hdw, ft Paint Oi, I8M COlltW Avi. HO 2-SMI root w A CHILD Children don't stop growing or developing lull because Chrltt- ma* It over. Give them a toy or hobby to develop themselves both physically and mentally. ' NO AURORA MOD. MO I OH IT ROMPER ROOM TOYS WHIRLV BIRDS • Sf AMPS ft ALBUMS : COIN BOOKS ft .SUPPLIES GAMES OF ALL KINDS {MODELS ft HORRV CKAPH GO K ARTS ft ACCESSORIES BILL'S HOBBY ft TOY CENTER 1(36 Washington Upper Alton SHOP THESE FRIEHDLY UPPER ALTON MERCHANTS Stock Reduction Salt Save 20% to 50% Organ* • Piano* • Band Instrument* • Appliance* —\\> nervier what wr sell— Lc««on« for every Inntntment! COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER 2528 College Ave. Upper Alton ALTON'! ONLY wmiutaH PAINT DIALIRI Stalp Hardware i 3811 Collet* Upper Alton : DRAPES Cuitomliid Cipioltlly FOR YOU . . . HO 8*8141 SUPERIOR CARPET CO. 16.16 Main St. upper Alton WIDE SELECTION OP ELGIN WATCHES WATCH BANDS Irvin H. Maneke JEWELER 1714 Washington Upper Altnn (IE Steam and Dry IRONS . . $12.96 Limited quantity— 1 to a customer WESTERN AUTO • GIFTS • GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASrOWS PETERS GIFTS 2510 College Ave. Upper Alton 1 GET READY FOR SUMMER Playtex • SWIMMING CAPS • SUN GLASSES • SUN-TAN LOTIONS HO 5.5722 Upptr Alton Pharmacy Washington A College Aves. Upper Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy STORK'S CLEANERS - FURRIERS EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM CARE FINISH (Dry Cleaning At Its Finest) • Free Parkin? Lot Drive-In Window Service ' Moderate Prices Free Delivery HO 5-55M 1655 Washington Ave. We Specialize In FAMILY BUNDLES AND DRY CLEANING HURT'S LAUNOERERS & DRY CLEANERS 2517 Collece Ave. HO 5-M41 HOME OP DELICIOUS FOODS DELUXE CAFE 2519 College Ave. Upper Alton JUST ARRlVliD! Children'* Summer PLAY CLOTHES • SHORT SETS • JAMAICA SETS • SLIM JIMS wllh T- Shirts and Sizes Blouses to Match. to «X— 7 to U $4 nn Use Our Lay-Away Plan or Shopperi Clmrg« Service BERNIE'S Ladles' & Children's Wear MM Cnlleie Art. Upper Allan Look To BINDLER'S —. FOR — THE MOST FITTING TRIBUTE TO YOUR FIGURE ROSE MARIE REID SW1MWEAR ALSO ROSE MARIE REID JUNIORS Specially Designed and Scaled To Young Junior Proportions WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS BINOLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE I6S6 Washington Upper Alton ORDER FLOWERS THIS MOTHER'S DAY HO 2.0668 Lammers Floral 2524 College Ave. Upper Alton REG. 4Bc VALUE LADIES' •* PANTS *.for Alt Sizes EDELMAN'S BEN FRANKLIN STORE 2828 College Ave. Upper Alton 9x12 RUGS SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS IMS Mala 81. Upper Alton HARDIN - Mr*. Otto Lugln- buhl, of Trenton, 111. was the principal speaker at a membership "kick-off" meeting of the Calhoun County Horn? Bureau Tuesday morning In the Farm Bureau building. Mrs. Luglnbuhl, District 7 dlretcor, spoke to 18 Home Bu- irrau members who left Immediate- jly following the meeting to call on prospective members. The membership drive In the (county will continue through Friday, and on .Saturday afternoon the women will attend a report meeting at the Farm Bureau building. The women are working in teams of two and three, and prizes will be awarded to the teams securing the largest | number of new members. i The drive has been planned byj jMrs. Merle Inman, county vice- chairman, and her assistant, Mrs.' Robert Siemer. Mrs. Bruce Cow- \ ling of Summerfield, III. aceom-j panied Mrs. Luginbuhl to Hardin. 4-11 Club Meets | HARDIN — The Hardin Busy Bees 4-H Club accepted two new' i members into the club at a meet-j ; ing Monday afternoon in the Farm i Robert Hmike. assistant super Bureau Building, bringing the to- i intendent of schools at Moosehearl. |tal membership to oO. illl., will speak at the second anni- 1 Demonstrations and talks werejversary enrollment ceremony of i given by Vickie Johnson, Janet i the Alton Moose Club, in the MOOSP (Leeds, Bonnie Schaberg and Mar-1 Hall Sunday at 2 p.m. jilyn Devening, and each officer! Forlv candidates will be en] explained the duties of her oflice.| ro , Ied ; The c . eremonv wi! | be con- It was decided to have the next ducfed by tnp A ] ton degree staff. [meeting on Monday, April 24. Sevpra , 0(h( , r off)cers of thp clis . ! ASC To Sponsor Meeting jt r jct Moose organization will also ! HARDIN — The Calhoun office j sp^, x n e ceremony will be fol 'of ASC will sponsor a meetingji owe d by a banquet at 5 p.m. !Thursday at 7:30 p.m. In the! Hanke. a member of the Class of ;.Farm Bureau building here con- ]931 flf Mooseht>art Hig h School. cernin K the recently passed feed ngw serves as the assistan , sllpm .. grain bill. Thi.s will be ai genera |, nlended anddirert0 r of education i information meeting, and it will 1 be conducted by "Farm Adviser Roscoe Randell, the county com- Imittee and personel from the ASC I off ice. He Is also the editor of the Mooseheart Alumni Quarterly. Frank PatscMull, publicity spokesman, has also announced an election of officers will be held Wednesday. Ballots are at the Moose Hall and the poll will be open from 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Two Illinois governors were Kane 'was born In Madison County — : Charles S. Deneen. 1 . _ . . i Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 KANfi — Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. Clarence Turner, Miss Marjorle Turner and Mrs. Ronald Turner were guests Sunday at a ' miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Claude Cummings of Eldred, given for Mrs. Jerry Holtmann of Alton. nnd daughter, Sherrie. were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ron- 'aid Byland at Carrollton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dnliy McGlasson of Benton spent the weelwno with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Abbott, , Mrs. Robert Walker of Springfield arrived Sunday for a week's visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Otbun. Mrs. H. F. Freeh. Mrs. William Reif and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Decker were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Everett Rhoades at Carrollton, in observance of Roy Stevens' birthday. Mrs. Ivan Shackelford spent i Sunday In Jerseyvllle with her 'daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. HIM vtfi, I*. w> [amtly of RonohotWI WWI MMHr dinner jwfflftt of hvf fMMMeY MM and Mrs. J. ROBERT HANKK of the schools of the famed Mooso City of Children. In addition, hr is a member of of Education of the !j The sponsoring organization Is i j urging all farmers to attend this > I meeting and learn the details of ;} the program whether or not they will be active in it. Electricity Meeting HARDIN — The second of four 4-H electricity meetings \vill take place Friday at 7:30 p.m. In the Farm Bureau building in Hardin. The meetings are conducted by Karl Logenbaugh, REA power use adviser from Winchester, and Calhoun County Farm Adviser Roscoe Randall. All 4-H members are eligible to enroll in this school to learn basic wiring techniques and how electricity works. Students will also conduct some kind of project for exhibit. Batavia Public Schools and was appointed to the Board of Vocational Education in the .Office of the Superintendent-of Public Instruction. State of Illinois, in 1960. You've Seen It On TV! REGULAR 49c Bubble Your Children Clean! 12-oz. Box Wood River's MOST PROGRESSIVE Independent Grocer! All Perms of Insurance _ Phone UU 2-9765 llL ohnsoil AGENCY BI: 318 E. Broadway, Alton Combining Cottage Mills A Alton Agency Thomas Carltn, MfttMll MM! VCflWI 1 81 HiffloWt tWw BrWTl Greene County; CartmvfflNi mt named for hlttt. _, PM WHITTLING ON INFLATION PROBLEMS NEW LOW PRICE The pleasure's even greater in Bond's nationally famous BERMUDA SOFTIES NOW ONLY John La Barge "Inflation is costing us all ... MONEY . . . more for food, fun, and transportation, but not tot HOME HEATING . .. 'cause I'm (working on that problem by i Installing SUPER GAS FURN- 1ACES with enclosed pilot light iihat uses 50% LESS GAS than i average. ("And I'll install this SUPER IGAS FURNACE in your home, 'complete with 8 registers and a 10 year factory guarantee for , only . . . Phone HO 5-8818 MMM*>BM«B«WW«H^M«4»M OnUr "itrmMflo toftln* ly Mall Bonds, 117 W. 3rd. Alton. III. Pain lit* €•!•» Chg.Actt. j " Ami. Intl. Mt «•!»» »•«, If any. AM 4S« .hlpplnt b*. dilivwv MM. AM M< for C.O.O.'s. Addrut. City Every step is pure pleasure—there's NO BREAKING IN! Choose Brushed- Buk in charcoal or Loden tan. Smooth leather in jet black. Sizes 6V 2 -12. 6 months to pay with no down payment HOward 5-8818 BOND'S, 117 W. Third St. S 666 "Terms are nothing down, first payment In June at only $13.85 ! uer month. "And remember, gas for home itieaiing is clean, safe, economical, and dependable. So, give me a call at: HEATING & COOLING 91 Henry St., Alton, W. ; Phone HO 5-4208 | and I'll prove that quality need I not be expensive."—Adv. 503 Central Ave. WOOD RIVER We Reserve the Right To Limit FOOD SHOP Where will you find a handsomer hardtop than this Impala Sport Sedan! C&H Pure Cane SUGAR FIVE POUND BAG With $1.50 in Orowrief! VM Camp'* POR¥& BEAMS . . TIDE . . .2 '.£39' With $1.80 In ftrocerlei BUTTER 69c FROZEN FOODS! NOITON POT PIES 61 Krey's U. S. Good ROUND STEAK lb U. S. Good IJBJBJ ^B^ SIRLOIN STEAK ."79 •MFlWI-flA ^) ^ FRYERS . . £ 7 CUT ' UF FRUITS and VEGETABLES TIXAS RAOISHM or QNUN ONIONS 3 BuoebM 19C CARROTS 2^19e 8UPEFNIT 10-35 C AMMM Vvwy Pwifc PWWI OR ANQ^ JUICE . 5&'l MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER MAKE! When one ear outsells all the rest the way this new Chevy is doing—there's got to be a reason. And we ean think of some pretty good ones. Chevy's clean- etched looks, for example. The tasteful interior of its finely crafted Body by Fisher. The eager brand of "git" that's under the hood. The easy way it handles. The precise way it steers. Plus the added advantage tl extra-cost options like triple-turbine Turbogllde. But to (ample all these reasons together, you have to get a Chevrolet out on the road. And there, you tee, i« where that Jet-smooth ride takes over with its own gentle kind of persuasion, (f you weren't absolutely wrt it WM • Chevy, you'd imagine you were AND JUST ONE JET-SMOOTH RIDE WILL SHOW YOU WHY! riding in a far costlier car. Chevrolet's all-around motoring value was agalt demonstrated in competition when Chevrolet waft awarded the 1961 Pure Oil Safely and Performance Award for the 2nd straight year at Daytona Beach. No wonder people are buying more Chevrolets than any other make! Chevy's got more of what it takes to please people! •Official R. I. Polk & Co. reautratiom town tkov Cknrolels outsold tht ttcoad-ckoice matt by a r«cor44>rM«i«f margin in 1 960- and Hunt Jtl-tinooik Chtnu aaivtmt to m tki poet /or iht Miulry this Ptwn •TOM HOUMi O*M Mty« FRIES . . 8 ',£ '1 * the new Chevrolet ears, Chevy Corvairs and the new Corvette at your local authorized Authoi'ued Chevtolot PeaJer in Alton REILLEY BROS., too. tl 11. Ir oadway NMt: HO $•* 717 in Wood 8tv«f ALBREOHT 8HEVUUT, Ill

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