Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 20, 1952
Page 4
Start Free Trial

*AGB POUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 20, i§32 Bond cute loose with a corker! Sports Shirts of the identical magnificent fabric sold at $ I2.50 The same exclusive patterns The same new style features This is how Bond's 92-store buying power really goes to work for you! You pay only $3.98 because Bond snapped up every available yard of this magnificent fabric, featured in $12.50 shirts. You pay only $3-98 because Bond's own needlecraftsmen tailored 'em in Bond's own workrooms... and they come direct-to-you through Bond's own stores! And what beauties they are! Wait until you run your fingers over the velvety blend of Sanforized yarn-dyed premium cotton and rayon. Wait until 'you see the colorful patterns inspired by Italian worsteds ... the new shorter collar ... the glistening ocean pearl buttons. Remember, this is a one time shot. When these are gone,.we won't be able to even approach such a miracle price. Hurry! 117 West Third St. • STOKE HOURS • Friday 9 to 9 P.M. Other Daji 9 to 8 P.M. YWCA Schedules Swim Sessions Five new classes will be added fn the Young Women'* Christian Association swim schedule when the Health Education Department starts a new series of lessons on March 31. Two of these classes are for adult beginners Hnd advanced swimmers and are deigned to re- lievo the crowded condition of the current adult classes. Enrollment in the classes will he taken at the YWCA until March 28. New classes to he added are a junior synchronized' class, two adult classes, a tiny tot class, and a senior life saving class. The ndult classes will he Riven Wednesday at 7 and 7:30 p. m. Other adult classes are offered on Tuesdays at. 7, 7:30, and 8 p, m. for beginners, advanced beginners, | and intermediates and on Wednesday mornings at 10 and 10:30 a. m. I To enroll in the junior synchron- i ixed class, which Is to he held (Mondays, at 4:30 p., m., girls must New Books Available at I East Atton Library \ EAST ALTON »- New hooks j available to local readers at the! East Alton Public Library in the| mystery field are "F'allen Angel".! i "Venom House", "The Cat and j i Capricorn" and "The Swimming! I Pfx>l" according to Mrs. Harold | ! McDonald, librarian. i General fiction books include be advanced swimmers. This class, is to teach girls water stunts in preparation for future water shows. To register in Ihe liny tot class the children must he forty-four inches tall. The class limit is six and will be held Tuesdays at 3:30 p. m. Senior life saving will be offered Wednesday from 4 1o fi p. m. and is open to any advanced swimmer sixteen or over, or a junior in high school. Other classes for children, with the exception of the advanced class, are all on Saturday with the junior beginners at 10 a. m., junior advanced beginners at 10:30 and Intermediates at 11. The junior advanced class meets Monday at 4 p. m. "The Storm", "Winds of Morning", "Jefferson Selleck", "Splint I/>ad Road", and "Ons Man Loved." Books ready for westerti fiction fans are "Three Guns From Colorado" and "Trouble at Choctaw Bend." New books dealing with U. S. history and World War II history arc "The American Past", "Glory Road", and the "Album of American History" in four volumes for reference work, and "Life's Picture History of World War II. "The Road to Shalimar" is a new trave! book rcenlly placed on the shelve: at the local library. Juvenile non-fiction books Include a set of the "Real Books" about pets, horses, Texas Rangers, aeroplanes, explorers, Alaska, Benjamin Franklin, F. D. Roose- veil. George Washington and cowboys , Wordcn BLUE CALF RED CALF rhythm step Use Our Convenient Lay Away Plan you're seeing ... more and more, on fashion-wise young feet. The red shoe really does things for a Spring wardrobe . . . and Rhythm Step's 1-2-3 comfort,cushions really do things for your walking pleasure. Exclusively at Dial 3-7531 iN— Sgl. Robert L. Pieper who has been in "orea for the past 10 months arrived here last week and is spending a oO-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Pioper. Pfc. Kenneth Blot vogel of U.S. Marine Corps, San Francisco, Calif., is spendiM" a furlough here with his mother, Mrs. William Blot evr gel. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dubree entertained the following relatives | at. their home Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wood ant! daughter, Veronica, of Hardin; Mr. and Mrs. W'lliarn Roberson and son, i Glenn ">avid, of Harrisburg; J tr, and Mrs. Amos Connor and son, Darrell, and daughters, - Faye, Cheryl and Wrcalha of Alton; and Mr. and Mrs. ^awrencc K, Wood and sons, G -y and )avid, of Ca- xadero, Calif. Mr. a«d Mrs. Carl Keune and daughter, Sharol, of Hillsboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Carpenter, were guests Sunday ol Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson. Mcadowbrook MKADOWPROOK — The Ladies Missionary Society will jtagc a bake sale Friday at Reese Drug store in East Alton. Mrs. Minnie Voyles, chairman of the commit! e announces that the sale will start at 11 a.m. Mrs. Pearl Brown or Mrs. Edith Mouser will pick UF the pastries between 9:30 and 1C o'clock Friday morning. | Bob Baker who Is stationed at San Diego, Calif., telephoned hi; mother, Mrs. Rose Baker, Sunda> evening. Dr. and Mrs. David Goulke, returned missionaries from China who will i to Africa in the neai future, will be at the Church ol God Sunday. The Rev. Charles Straler of Vincennes, Ind., will b- at the Churct of God Monday to conduct th« evangelistic meeting. There will b« special singing and instrumental music at each service. Australia still is studying • plan to move whole British communities and industries to the Commonwealth. Head Telegraph Want Ads Gettwiee 1he mileage Mtfh half the upkeep* 2-TROUSER SUITS at a sensational NEW LOW to meet current lower piece goods prices 59.75 How often do you have a suit cleaned? How many rimes do you have it pressed? Whatever the answer, you can chop the cost in half with a Bond TwoTrouser Suit. What's more, you'll wear it twice as long! A very neat and sensible way to cut your clothing bill! * ir ir Of course, you continue to get those smooth, rich worsteds that have made so many friends for us. Naturally, you enjoy the unfailingly fine hand-detailed tailoring of our own needle-experts. As always, you're guaranteed perfect fit with 240 different sizes and shapes to choose from. And this Spring you again get Bond's big PLUS— two trousers! Other Two Trouser Suits 50.75 to 75.75 117 West Third St. • STORE HOIRS • t riday 9 to 9 P. AI. Other U»J» V to 5 P. M. BUY NOW-PAY LATER You need not lay out any cash for your 2-Trouser Suit. Choose one of Bond's THREE convenient Charge Services. lobeol. Tue»« April I. I t« | B • P.S.t NEW LOW PRICES on complete Spring selection of handsome wool and worsted suits with one pair of trousers. 44,75 to 70,75

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 10,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free