Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 7
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April 13, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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BOYS' corrON KMir SUP.OVW SPORT SHIRTS 0 REWASHEO TENNIS BALLS $ 1 3 for Redeem Your Coupons Here GLEEM TOOTH PASTE For People Who Can't Brush After Every Meal BOOK MATCHES CARTONS OP SO PAJ>S CLEAR PLASTIC SHOE BOXES Dust Proof REG. 69e 2-1 TV TABLE Black steel tub- Ing, plastic casters. Arms extend from 19" to 31". $ SPECIAL SALE EVER-DRY BALL-TOP ANTI-PERSPIRANT -DEODORANT FASTEETH I 13 Holds Plates firmer!! Save 46c in handy Twin-Pack SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! Paint Tray & Roller Set plus 9x12 PLASTIC DROP CLOTH Both for $ 1 1 GAL. WHITE HOUSE PAINT Plus 4 Inch NYTEX BRUSH &9x12 Prop Cloth REG. $11.05 "UNIVERSAL" STEAM & DRY IRON $ 8 "VALIANT" PORTABLE ELEG. MIXER $ 8 ELEC. HAIR DRYER Without Hood With Hood $5 FREE! I ADORN with hair spray NEW BRUSH COMB and 6 new •tyllngr tricks toot TWO POPULAR SIZES 8 Inch SPIRAL CANDLES SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! NEW! SCUFF RESISTANT PURE VINYL COVER LIGHTWEIGHT LUGGAGE 4 SIZES 29 In., -'») In., 31 In., 12 In. M1KUOKED TRAIN CASE tint M» trail to~ttw t««r tight Brown IfMiiwn Brown Mi*t DvlF Brown HIS I***** VALUES TO SI 0.95 New D»9v Each or BLUE WILLOW DINNERWARE Complete Dinner Service SQUEEZE EASY SPONGE MOP Sanitary. Durable. 4*4 Will not scratch S| TOTAL 40 PIECES 20 PC, $ SBTS W Adjum from 21" to 35" High SKKV1CE FOK 8 NfWI 4 MAQKAL HAI* GQLOMN9 HO UMHO. MO LOTION MALTREATMENT Ufetiiue utabiiity. Sit down or utand up IroniDK. Full ventilated top. Both for o>4» i* an eiuuety «MT> tolstty 4if* fercol «MPJHr»n»p8r«U hair coloring. ..with color in n «eiti«« Ml U« co Uitorti Nitwit towty f«m«u* Ul* UNm M«UTrMte*m -no vetk» of wut«« urn MOTMI •*» twowwr COMPAM AT MS oinnom tmtt wA Mtcogtbra* jl tr»t*» im? down to r«di*ac«. p/u< EAGLE STAMPS AUTOMATIC HICTilC COOKER • FRYER I QUART Zippeiwd •UNKIT iac ovtr-w*ViKf v upo (ur« to MUI. wind nci SOLDCRINQ RAINCOAT! ture c«utrol. Com witb lid. CHILD'* SJttS SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! 11 POSITION ADJUSTABLE IRONING TABLE Cat That Bit Jersey Had Rabies, Tests ShOW JERSEYVILLE-Freddte Grte- te, three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grizzle of Rt. 2, Brighton, began the Pasteur treat* ment for prevention of rabies this week at the otttce of a Jerseyville physician. The child was bitten last Friday by a half breed Persian cat which had shown symptoms of Illness. The animal was destroyed and Its head sent to a state laboratory for analysis. The report of the laboratory showed the cat was suffering from an active case of rabies. During a meeting of the Jersey Calhoun Medical Assn. at the Jersey Community Hospital Tuesday afternoon, the attention of the physicians was called to the sit unfIon regarding the Grizzle child by Dr. Victor Oberhau. The Medical Society advised | i that the general public should be Informed of the local danger of rabies. The recently enacted anti-rabies law so far as it relates to dogs has gone far to control the disease among the canine breeds, but reports from the state laboratories indicate there PrestBookof Jersey Club Voted Beit JER8EYVILLE - Two numbers of the Jetwyvltte Woman 1 ! dub received first place «wa«h for their entries at tnt win* anrtu- al meeting of th« Illinois Federation Clubs Tuesday in 02th dtolrtct of Women's ths has been a steady rabies among cats. increase in Illinois rabies law compels the vaccination of each dog in the state every year, and makes it the duty oi the county boards to set up proper enforcement mea sures. The vaccination of cats and other domestic animals is Theatre in BenrdslowT). Miss Clara Sunderland won top rating for her entry in tt» airbus poem division, entitled"The Land of Lincoln." Mitt Sundw- land Is well-know for her literary work and received a second award last year in the humorous poetry division. The club press book was given a first award this year In Clan A of the district event In competition with over 200 clubs. TH« press book was compiled by Mrs. Vernon Miller, recording secretary and press book chairman of the club. Miss Margaret DeBaun is publicity chairman. The local club press book has received recognition In the district and state consistently for several years. Mrs. Thomas A. Martin, member of the Jerseyville Clbu, was elected to the post of second vice president of the 20th District at voluntary on the part of the owner, but is recommended as in the category of the canine family. Former Residents Visit Here JERSEYVILLE - Joseph Arnold of Flippin, Ark., has been the uest for several days of Jerseyville relatives. Mrs. Arnold, who accompanied him here, is visiting relaives in Bethalto. Mrs. Arnold underwent major svirgery at the hospital in Yellville, Ark., a month ago and is convalescing. The couple formerly resided in Jerseyville but sold their poperty here and moved to Arkansas. Jack Thatcher Family Here JERSEYVILLE Mrs. Jack Thatcher and son, Carl, of Corvallis, Ore., arrived by plane Tuesday for an extended visit with the former's father-in-law, Carl E. Thatcher and other relatives. Mr. Thatcher and their otheir son, John, are making the trip to Jerseyville by motor and will join the remainder of the family here for a visit. Tuesday's meeting. She has served as district treasurer for the past tw oyears. Attending the convention from the Jerseyville club were: Mrs. Lee Nail, president; Mrs. F. A. Munsterman, parliamentarian; Mrs. John G. Flautt, membership chairman; Mrs. Marcus Ryan and Mrs. Thomas Martin, district officers. Sprains Ankle In Fall JERSEYVILLE — Daniel Thompson, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Thompson of Jerseyville, jumped off a sed at his home Tuesday afternoon injuring his left foot. He was brought to the hospital where the sprain was treated and the patient returned home. heating-*cootng JIM JONES, Inc. Alton—HOward 2-2765 TWO YEAR OLD, FIELD GROWN EVERBLOOMING HYBRID TEA ROSE BUSHES New York bushes... ideally suited for this elimatt Compare this value at 1.95 BUSHES IN TWIN PACK TONITE THRU SUNDAY ONLY Pink, R*d, Whitt, Yellow, Tw«.Tone« § Guaranteed to bloom this year t) Monthly blooming • Favorite varietiet • Packed in ipecial toil conditioner. Every rotebuth you buy here if guaranteed to grow and flower beautifully! Only the finest, hardiett, field-grown itock. COOO AT Att I t*-O». fUft

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