Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 20, 1952 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 19M TUB Brltldh Hallways «y»tcm l» building larger freight f;«r«, ench of which will be nblfi to carry 56 Ion* of Iron ore. I I ,*t a>p I- it TOU OIT ptnoni) ituntlon. if YOU Olf t>K>mfit tttvitt. it YOU OIT t payment due to ftl four p«yt!»y. It'i "VM" to 4 mit of 5 *m> ployid m»n, women «t Com* In, writ*, or phon« Uani »JJ (• 1100 >*f * US- t« UM, » »tOO. (Ml, DVtf <500 (ill.) M/»f Mill f« FINANCE CO. 1m» »L • (Ov«r tally Ann lh«p) 301 Illlt IT,, ALTON, lit, Mionti }'9)t1 » Ktnntfh A. Klaai, YES MANagtr OPEN SATUXDAYS & WEDNESDAYS UNTIL 1 P.M. Itrni Midi l« rliltfinli it ill iimiun<lln| TB X-Ray Unit to Visit Graf ton ORAFTON. — A visit of Ihn mo- Itilr TR X-rny unit is lr>ntfltlvr-ly planned for onf rlny, hr-rr\ br-lwr-r-n j April 3 nw! April 11. The work of| Ihr mobile urill is financed j (hrouRh the sale of Christmas *o»ls j finch year. Not more than ffvt? minutes Is required for registration and Ihe X-rny, and there will be no charge. The mobile unit is professionally staffed, but clerical help will be recruited on a volunteer basis, when the unit arrives in the county. At the time of the visit (be Individual de«i«nales bin fnmily physician nnd the reports of the free i-besl X-r»iys made by the mobile unit are son! to him and to the individual himself. Tho visit to the county will be sponsored by the Jersey County Tuberculosis Association, whose officers are: William Steelman, president; Claude J. Davis, vice- president; Paul r'lemminx, treasurer, and Mrs. Edward Anderson, secretary. 'i.^^'' YOU ALWAYS DO fatter at STOKE BROS. * lIHIor Iliniuond VnliieM! • Better Ithig Styling! • ItHtor Credit Terms! Half'•Site fashion! Klaah Jersny Amafmir Contest KLSAH Severnl upper room pupils of Ihf, IOCH! school participated in the second annual Jersey comfy school amateur contest held at .lerseyvllle- Friday evening. Those participating were: Leo Pralher, Dale I/)wensteln, Jeannie Greer, Hazel Marie Cresswell and Dorothy Leonard. Workers Named KLSAH The township Red Cross chairman for the 1952 drive. Kmmeit 1,. Murphy, has announced his workers. Mrs, Marion Walker and Mrs. Leroy Jones are soliciting Route 100 from the fJrafton junction to Plasa bridge, and Murphy Is canvassing the remainder j of the ICIsah township himself with; the exception of The Principle Col-i lege where (he president, "Mr. j Freddie" Morgan, Is chairman. i ElBnh township has a quota of $100 and The Principal has a quoin of $225. Kitchen Riches! Man's 3-IHiimonil Itintf 3 brlllUnt, ftcry dl* mondi. Include! f«d- •rnl Ux. »100 PAY ONLY 12.00 A WEEK! Water Resistant Watch A girt to be appreciated. S t » I nl e «» • tool back, nliock- prnof antl-mntfnulir. »\v«ep-«econd bund Fed. Tnx Included. JUST $1.00 A WEEK I 38*° The diamond rings that are exclusive at STONE'S in Alton ... the rings lock together and will not twist, tilt or turn on your finger, 10 Diirmoncls '200 $9.00 A Wcrk Fed. T»x Inc. Diamonds '160 14.00 • Week tut. T»« Inc. ti Diamonds '120 II.SO * Work Kill. T«i Ino, Diamond Set '83 I'.'.Ill) • Wfirk !><!. Tm Inr. , YOU NEVER PAY ANY INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES Svvit/.prlnnd K.'port? orflcis on hand Unit an&urc full iirotluction for most comnioflilios Ihioughout I ho year. Brn/il will pfrmlt imnortallon only of TV sels costing loss than .5180. IMryrlts Built for Two Walter Lomax, 75, of Westfiold, Kngland, rode 10.314 miles on a bicycle last year. Most of them were covered on a tandem with Mrs. Lomax, 55. When his first wife died. Lomax sold the tandem they had shared for 30 years. Mst year he bought another—for the second Mrs. Lomax. Elsah EASY CREDIT TERMS TONE BROS ) CREDIT JEWELERS 118 W. 3rd St. 6th and Locust IN ST. LOUIS 2647 Cherokee • 2701 N. 14th St. Every woman can sew and save with the PfafT — because it makes all sewing ... all finishing so amazingly easy . . . for beginner and expert alike. When you own a PFAFF you own » Complete Sewing Center. PFAFF docs it •II... at home... Without Attachments Bimonholw • B«Tacki • Ap- pliques • Sews Straight or Reverse • Zig-Zag$ • Overcasts • Darns • Embroiders • Sews on Buttons • Monograms • Blind Stitches. With the built-in Dial-A-SfrUh* 1 Jutl Dial II to Style III Come in for FREE demonstration today. £<tsj ttrmi! Low Down Payment! i Ctnerofl Trade-In! Parti tint Itrvice availablt National!? ffot 90 Year* .. . TM — World'* Finest Sewing •OI9SJ. MO« w-»« Michine Central Sewing SUPPLY CO. 14 W. Broadway Thone 2-.VJ1I NMAT AS A PIN! The collar is detachable. Sew several collars, always look bandbox fresh! This is a half-size fashion—a dress de signed especially for Hie shorter fuller figure! Makes you look taller! No alteration worries! Pattern R4596: Half sizes 14'i, 16W, 18W, 20'i, 22H, 24'.j. Si/e 16'/» takes 3% yards 35-inch; H yard contrast. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. He ml 35 cents In coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, cure of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 248 West 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADURESS, SIZE, and STYLK NUMBER. TWO APRONS and three pot holders! Such a pattern-full of riclie.s! Use scraps and remnants for these kitchen-beauties. Make some for shower-gifts, and bridge prizes—they're popular! Pattern 700: transfers; cutting guides, 2 aprons, applique, holders! Send 25 cents In coins for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P. 0. Box 161, Old Chelseu Station, New York II, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME, and ADDRESS. Such colorful handiwork ideas! Frank Wright of Chlcngo. is a house guest of his sisler. Mrs. G. A. Haggander and family. Mrs. Paul Hadley wns in Si- Louis, Monday. Robert Legate and son, Bobby, of Fostorburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Legate, Sunday. The Principle College recessed Wednesday for spring vacation. Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS — John Beard, ;sr, will bc thc speaker *hl« eve- Ining at the Christ Artlbiftsador meeting at the Assembly 6f Gorl i Church here. A group of the younfit I people from thc church attended ft |CA rally Monday evening at Staun- ion. Sludcnt Edgar Croll, acting vicar at Concordia Lutheran Church, wai in charge of thc Wednesday evening Lenten services. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Eardley , ami Kardley'* mother, Mrs. Lucy L'iirdloy, was called to Lltchfleld Sunday evening hy the sudden ; Sunday of Mrs. Lucy Eardley'J brother, William Paddock. Pad- I dock WHS well known here In Cot- Inge Hills as he often visited relatives here. His son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlei Sawyer, are former residents here. Mr .and Mrs. Cecil from our gaily Illustrated toys, : atives. dolls, household and personal ac-; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zimmerman cessorles. A pattern for a hand-J visited over thc weekend In Ches- ban Is printed right in the book. Uer. Good Friday Services Planned at Carrollton CARROLLTON. -- The seven last words i( Christ on the cross svill bc the themes on which seven ministers will speak at the three-hour Good Friday service. Plans for the service worn completed Tuesday morning at a meeting of the local ministerial alliance held at the home of the Rev. Walter B. Pruett. The service will bc held in the Methodist Church and speakers will be the Rev. Richard Showmakerj of the Kane Baptist Church; the! Rev.. C. L. Peterson of the Kane j Methodist Church; the Rov. Laurel j J. Grigg of the local Baptist j Church; the Rev. Klmer Setterlund of the local Presbyterian Church; thc Rev. Waller' B. Pruclt of the local Methodist Church; the Rev. Morris Eames of the local Christian Church, and the Rev. D. Shaw of the local Assembly of God Church, The musical part of the service will be planned and directed by Miss Nita Ford, organist and choir director of the Baptist Church. This year there will be no annual Maundy Thursday communion service. Services will be held in individual churches at the same hour. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" . . . mmsmmmmmiisH Everybody knows a "good grey flannel suit" is worth its weight in gold ours n precous If not made in Bond** own workroom* of specially purchated worttedt our price would be $59.95 And everybody knows you'll find n.o better fit than in • Bond proportioned suit. Because they're pre-designed and perfection tailored for allover tit (shoulder to waist' line, waistline to hiplme, hipline to hemline). Figure Battery for Tall, Medium, Short or Very Short (10-20). "Charge It!" Save now, pay later. You need not la^y out any cash. 117 West Third St. STOKt) HOIKS:. Friday 8 to 8 P.M. Other Days 9 to 5 P.M. Illlllllllllllllllllll SPRING HOUSECLEANING? YES!And It's Spring Shoe Renewing Time Too! Join the aprlii* parade — with nhoes thnt look like new. Kmpty out you* shoe closet — hrin* us (he shoe* that Meet! dyeing and re-finlshlns . . . sports shoo* to he readied lor tne first tee ... run-over hrHs and too-thin soles. Strut Into Spring perfectly shod. Bring your shoe repair work to us todny. PIASA VALET SERVICE FOURTH AND PIASA STS. We Cull For And Deliver. PHONE 2-9179 XEr.SON .MILLER. Mgr. Gibson Girl separates in rustling acetate taffeta The checked blouse , . Demurely tied with a velvet bow.. .provocatively buttoned with rhinescones! The wise girl will snap hers up right now to insure a romance-rating of A plus. Wonderfully washable; black and white or navy and white; sues 32 to 38. The checked skirt 5.95 Pleats withm pleats for extra swish and fullness. Wonderful over the frou-frou of crinoline petticoats. BlacL and white or navy and white; sizes 12 to 18. Bond's 117 West Third St, t STORE HOURS • Friday 9 to 8 P. M. Other Days 9 to 5 p. M.

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