Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 9, 1972 · Page 6
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September 9, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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fel Alton gers village niar Kampsville Telegraph Saturday, Sept, 9, 1972 sever ancient Directors of excavations at the tfttster areheolcglcai site I ft west-cefitral Illinois fiepftrted today discovery of a community predatng coon B.C. lying more th? n 34 feet below ground at the iite. Df. Stuart SttWver and James A. Brown, professors of archeology at Northweslein University, Evanston, sairt test pits dug during the first week of September enabled 120 professional ani student researchers to recover a spearhead and fireplaces from the community, the earliest settlement found to date at the site. Previous excavations uncovered a ceremoniElly buried infant and a domest cated fiog dating to about 5100 B.C arM remains of a village dat'ng to about 2500 B.C. Struever said th< remains trace the development of at least 15 prehistoric settlements. In one settlement the presence ol hou •=•.>$ clustered along a ja-eek ar>f a small cemetery irdicate "-,p early Illinois settler:; were not nomads but a relatively sedentary people, he said. Struever said he extend the excavation season at the Roster site, 50 miles FOR YOUR hopes to north of St. Louis in the Illinois Valley, to 4& months, which would permit the excavation work to be completed by the end of 1973. Struever also announced n fund-raising drive to support construction of a permanent research center near Katnp- sville, with a museum housing t h e Koster discoveries scheduled for construction in 1973. Camel races big gamble VIRGINIA CITY, Nev. (AP) — Betting is legal in this state, but it's really a gamble to try to pick a winner in the 12th annual camel races under way here. Six dromedary —one-humped — camels arc jostling contestants around a race course. The seven races staged Friday produced sore winners as well as sore loser. Holding the lead going into today's second round of competition was rookie Galynn Flinn of Reno. Nev., who had captured three races and earned 15 points to lead the caravan. SHOPPING CONVENIENCE OPEN SUNDAY 12 30 to 5 pm H SHOP ALTO CHAT PIASA Use Your Master Charge Everyday at Hirsch's P. N. RSCH MNG CENTER STORES WILSHIRE VILLAGE PLAZA EAU DES FLEURS CORNERS SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13 6 GARMENTS 2 PC. Suits count as one garment. BOX STORAGE r APPLICABLE TO SPECIALS SERVICE LOCATIONS 3 P.M. ONE HOUR AT BOTH UNTIL Open Mon.. flM»JU.-6 PUZA PH. 466-2383 MERRY CHRISTMAS!" I MADE IT MYSELF! For proud gifting, complete how-to-do-it-yourself' kits! Stitch it now and catch the merry spirit of Christmas early! YARNS FOR KNITTING A CHRISTMAS WISH Write their name on O1Q4 Felt calendars a Christmas stocking ^ | and growth charts to give with love. R eg . $2.77-$2.97 to give with love. Reg. $2.97 An appliqued tree skirt to give with love. $894 Reg. $10.97 KNIT IT WITH FROST GLO .. Washable Du Pont Orion © acrylic/Antron ® nylon. 3 1 ? oz., 4 ply. KNIT IT WITH WORSTED WOOL Washable 100% wool. 4 oz., 4 ply. 30 favorite colors. 770 Reg. 94<t Hang an array of holiday ornaments to give with love. Reg. $2.97 $194 Stitch it early! A &O94 happy holiday mail ^O bag to give with love. Reg. $4.44 Reg. 94<t MAKE A MERRY AFGHAN KNIT IT WITH WINTUK*... Washable. Non-allergenic. 4 oz., 4 ply DuPont worsted, 28 colors. -Du Pont Certification mark for yarns meeting Du Pont fiber content specifications. 880 Reg. $1.18 £•• •#?*' "^"*W- > • '' • * **?* ^ :•:••,»'•• J i*.""»"Srfc>*-"! .^•-'"•'. . ^T ;"M'^ $444 • Go traditional... Granny style NECESSITY ACCESSORIES FOR GIFT MAKERS SAMPLER STITCHERY Everything you need in one kit. Modern Traditional. 770 Reg.97$ HANDY! KNITTING BAG Handsome wood frame. Roomy! Bag an attractive color. 20% $197 Reg. $2.47 OFF... NEEDLES! O Aluminum/plastic. Color & size assortment. SHREDDED FOAM 1 Ib. bag. Non-allergenic & odorless. Also washable. MINIATURE KITS Needlepoint from Holland. Complete with frame. 2/770 Reg. 54<t $197 Our low price a ti totrt* t) to irttts* <? 6 li • Crochet it or knit it in washable acrylic yarn. How- to-do-it instructions in our do-it-yourself kit. • Go modern. Ripple style *:*:*:*>ft*ra^^ FOR CHRISTMAS PILLOW TALK! $166 • Ree Reg! $1.97 Pillows to talk about... or to toss about for creative Christmas gifting. Complete kit & instructions. A GIFT FIT FOR FRAMING Reg. $2.77 Pretty enough to hang! These two stitchables . . . plus many, many more. Frame not included with above. SALE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SEPTEMBER 13 Venture a store for QUALITY ... a store for VALUE ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI . . . South Kingshighway & Christy Boulevard OVERLAND, MISSOURI . . . Page & Innerbelt (725) KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI . . . South Lindbergh & Big Bend NORTH COUNTY . . . Dunn Road (1-270) at West Florissant FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, ILLINOIS . . . U.S. Highway 50 & III. Highway 159 ALTON, ILLINOIS . . . Beltline Highway at Washington Open Daily 9:30 AM 10:00 PM . . . Saturday 9:00 AM-10:00 PM Sundays in Fairview Heights and Alton Noon to 6:00 P.M.

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