Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
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THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f AQ» THRftft Legion Women Meet at Hardin HARDIN — Mrs. Jack Aderton presided at the meeting of the Women's Auxiliary Mmirtny night. Three new members were added At the meeting. Mrs. Carl Funk reported on the last tray favor meeting and It wns announced that jpie next such meet- In* would be held April 18. A $6 donation v as voted for the Red Cross drive and It was announced thnt the April program for the auxiliary would be on "Child Welfare and Pan Americanism." Hnrdln Note* HARDIN - Mrs. Marvin Byrd attended a home bureau meeting In Jerseyville Monday. Former Commander Ray t>e- Long spoke nt the Legion meeting Monday night. A group of high school students attended homecoming at Western Illinois College, Macomb, Wednesday. Charles Hagen, candidate for stale senator, spent Tuesday afternoon In Hardin. It's here! Revolutionary, Safe 30-Minute Way to Lighten Your Hair At Home— Give It A Lifelike, Natural Look! New ^ Home Hair tightener with KERACREME A truly modern hair cotmetic created by Tintair Laboratories to lighten and glorify your hair! Even beauty experts are astonished at this revolutionary new hair tightener that lightens natural hair up to 8 shades —even tinted hair up to 4 shades—per application! And looks so perfectly natural! Contains exclusive ingredient, Keracreme—that protects •nd conditions as it lightens. Leaves hair manageable. Decide now whether you go lovely light brown or glamorous blonde—or any shac£ in-between! Buy Lightening Change today. It costs only $2.00! (plus tax) (! Big Stores In 'Alton, Wood River and iJerseyvllle. Only $000 (pitn tax) I* Copyright If52, Bynrart, I.IM, MYRA JUNE VROMAN, only survivor of her family m the Bunker Hill tornado, four years ago today, is now making her home with an undo and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Roy Abriey of Eldorado. She will be five not July Myra June was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Woman Her parents and a sister, Kara Sue, and an adopted broth or, Danny, all lost (heir lives in the tornado. Myta June, who was only eight-months-old at tune of the tornado, was founrj in her crib aller the storm, her mother's body slumped over the bed. The mother's body had provided protection for the infant and saved her life. Officers Elector} By Bcthalto Rotary Anns BKTHALTO — The local Rotary Anns held their regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening at tlu home of Mrs. Marian Klein. Mrs Juanita Trimpo was co-hostess. At the business meeting the fol lowing officers for the coming year were elected: Mrs. Marian Klein president, succeeding Mrs, Smith; Mrs. Aldenc Leonard, vice presl dent; Mrs. Melba Duboldee, secretary, and Mrs. Lpuella Neuhaus treasurer. A contribution of 5*0 was voter to the Red Cross fund. The ho* tosses served luncheon following the social hour. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" $445 to $745 Priced According to Size. A to D Widths. You'll be the proudest mother of all when you buy your children's shoes in the Easter IRarade You can lit back and take • bow. Those Buster Brown shoes you choo$« at our Easter Parade will be the finest shoes your money can buy. Almost 48 years of shoe-making skill go into Buster Browns, You can tell they're "quality" just by feeling the leathers and checking the construction. 195 2's truly NEW fashion in fabrics! Everybody's III ING IT! Birds do it, trees do it ... why don't you do it too? The world ia putting on a fresh now look for a colorful new season. Double and single breasted suits for men in regular, long and short lengths. All wools, styled and woven in your favorite style and color.. So come in and choose your Spring Suit now, at our usual budget-size prices. Alteration free. 39 50 Young's Main Floor Gllbrne's magic blend of . . . NYLON ... for strength, sllktness, noU-reslstnncc-PIMA COTTON .. for softness, comfort, moisture-absorption. WONDER SHEER combines the best features of both nylon and finest cotton, creating ft fabric tlmt bandies easily, pleats perfectly, washes beautifully, requires no dry cleaning and only a minimum of core. All vat-yarn-dyed... colorfnsf. Another exciting WONDER SHEER i ... woven with ACETATE f . , for brilliance of color. Gossamer-sheer, unbelievably clear in color, even to threads that look like pure gold! See them . . . and dart designing. . . . lightheaded . . . lovely, with i'-{ all the feminine daintiness of an old ' fashioned flower garden. The flattery of soft lilac color, against your brow, touched delicately with flowers and sheer veiling. $!•. 00 ! 9 TO Young's Second Floor Young's Third Floor Don't Forget! I/nut n h o w I ii (f tonight , . . of Young'* "Pattern* for Spring" fiishlon dhow. Grand Theater, 8:80 I*. M. .Twelve* of ] Alton'* mo»t bountiful girls will show the latest Htylcg In clothing. Food won't slick, won't burn in this pre-seasoned cast iron pot roaster (dutch oven) Complttt with meat rack r A ... and heat-proof, sell- 1 «,/3 lasting C-thru civir U See your root! while It's cooking—either on lop of ilove or Jn the oven. This Wagner pot roatter combines the best qualities of cait iron and heat-proof cover. No kitchen complete without one. Nothing beats Wagner iron for frying and pot roasting. SAMPLE SALE Size 4B BE THRIFTY! BUY QUALITY! KIDS! Get Your FREE Buster Brown Comic Book , . . New Issue, Just Arrived. JWHI IM Imilln' |4 and fa.> r «r.wn H^VTJ 1 •<>*'»-tal*,4 0 , „,„„,„ '« ' NATIONALLY ADVERTISED RISQUE WEDGES Reg. $10.95 and $11.95 Pair Especially for the woman with the small, hard-to-lit foot. 30 different styles to choose from . . . All size 46. ALL MATERIALS ALL COLORS 121 West Third St. aid's Shoes SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION Shoe Dept, Main Floor Use Our Convenient Charge Plan.., Ask About Our Easy Layaway Plan... Cooks from its thick tost ond tovei ordinary utensil > f i M i NOT FROM THE BOTTOM ONLY I ... that'} why i COOKS BETTER! Cooks from sides, cover and bottom,,,HOT JUT THI BOTTOM ONLY! Thick coir con*»rucffon keeps ft» »hope through yean of use. f«/ (o clean —stays new. looking with ordinary washing. Hand'*! aft htfll proof, will not turn or loosen. The beauty and usefulnttt Of Magnalite will thrill you. Makes cooking g pleasure. .95 Young's Basement

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