Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 26, 1952 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH llnnlln PAQB 8BVSW !„.. Joo ton and Wood Riser. __ Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carter of c u Pfiirl, \vprr business \isitors line Snider relumed x uos( | nv home Sunday after visiting a fewj Petc'pettel spent severnl hours weeks with relatives at ],;,,st At- 'Tuesday shuptnR n rwk into the CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS! SALE OF LADIES' SHOES \VV bought too many shoes in nnticlpnlioii of nn early season. Now we must unload and we lire offering many wonderful mines in these three price groups. Values up to $8.95 $1.29 NYLONS • Sheer Hosiery • 18 Oenicr • 50 Gauge SPECIAL $2.88 and $4.88 The Three Groups include many Into st.ylcs In dress shoes; all colors, all sizes! shoes 211 Piasa—Open Friday Till 9 P, M,-Sat, Until 5 P, M, form of the slate of Illinois. Tbo rock was worked into the wnll of the bandstand which Is under construction. Mr. and Mrs. James Swnnn have heard that their son. IVm, may soon he returned from Germany where he Is stationed with the army. Don has n German wife and a year-old daughter. A pro-primary meeting of the county Republican committee and others will he held at the courthouse the evening of April 1. i Klsah PTA Nominating r.ommittee Named' KI.SAII Mrs, Alyce C'ondit, Ora Pralher, Mrs. Ward Kelley and Dale Michael are members of the committee lo nominate candidates for .officers of Ihe local Pilrenl- Teacher Association for Ihe 195'.; 1053 school year. The annual election is scheduled to lake place al Ihe regular meeting to be held in the lOlsah Village Hall next month. A special meeting of present officers and chairmen of committees was held Tuesday at the president's homo for the purpose of completing plans for the dance to be held following Ihe regular March meeting at 8 p. m. Friday. Township Meeting KLSAH —• The annual Klsah township meeting will be held at 'J p. m., April 1. in the village hall. Only Five Voter* ELSA1I -- Only five • residents voted in Ihe special school election held in Ihe upper room of the village school Saturday on Ihe sale of 18 school properties in .Jersey Community Unit District No. 100. i All-Wood Theater To Rpo|>pii March 2K A sure sign of sprint* is the opening ol the Outdoor Theaters jail oscr the country and here in this area it's no different. A weekly feature of this season's ovitdoor movie entertainment at the Alt-Wood Outdoor theater near Wood River, which will open Friday, March 'J8. will he a "Spook Show" at midnight every Saturday night. The policy of adtrittinR children free with adults will be continued jthls season, according tr the announcement of Leo Young, manager of the theater who opened it in IMS). The Alt-Wood offers a free playground for the children, the refreshment stand, and many other "necessary" items for enjoying a movie in the privacy of n car. Kmplrt.vmenl \g? t.hnlt Hnlsrd VANfOUVKH. M.C. .T A preliminary report by City Personnel Director H, II. Peterson showed Vancouver has hired three persons over the age of '10 since the city council opened age limits for civic employment. He believes old- er men and women will he more stable In certain Job*, HeiUer f f ro/rn In Ice MISSOUIA Mont. .V -A beaver solidly frozen in the ice of tlr- Clark Fork River was chopped free and Riven treatment hy cily police. OI»K:V Fill DAY XIKIITK TIM. >I.\K EYSTONE is the time to improve your City l,nwn Shady l-mvii Kentucky Blim Grass Seed ftrass Seed f ...,. Lb. 89c LI,. 891- *«« 8 I.hs. $1.39 6 l.hs. $4.39 Lll. Special! Horseshoe Brand Grass Seed, Hi. 59c It'll grow when I/OH use- VMGORO 10 pounds ....... 95£.. 100 pounds ____ $4.55 Full I,hu> of Toy* mid for llirllulnvN 636 E. BROADWAY—Dial 3-9242—Across from the Princess Theater, ALTON, ILL FIRST TIME IN ALTON TWO NIGHTS ONLY MARCH 28 7:30 P, M, APRIL 4 PASTOR JOHN D. LA VIER Editor of "THE MORNING STAR" Bible Study Monthly. Pastor of THE FIRST GRACE GOSPEL CHURCH of Indianapolis. Indiana. COIIIP iniil tluup In tltn blessings us this mitstniitllnir lllhlp Mudrnt nntl triic'hfvr nrlrtRs the study from (lod's Prnclons Word. BEREAN BIBLE FELLOWSHIP Hlllcrest Community HOUBO 934 Main St. A vctrrlnnrlnn melted plied hen I nncl Injrctod but the henvor rfiotl. thn Ico, ap-| Rising mpnt prices In Paris t»ve ben/odi ino. brought bppf to $1.18 « pound nnitlon to $1,14. Hospital and Wheel Chain FOR RENT FOR SALE Dial 3-5013 Standard Home Furnishers 500 E. BROADWAY (Opt>ci*lt«.11rid|.) ROCKETING TO NEW HI6HS IN Aim*, (HilimahiUNinily.Lillht 4-ltum .Sn/«n. A Cintrnl Muhirl /'rm/url. p i.ulo<-(l . .. is fl CLASSIC! lt'» the new OMsmohilo /Vinrty-ftY/j/i/... in cvf-ry way r.v/)nrs.sifig lli<: v/-ry (iiiwl in modern design. Styling i» new nud sweeping. Interiors offer customized comfort. And this air in p "f'Jnstic" ix-rforntitr! 11 hus the new 160-horsepower "Horkcl" . . . new Hydra-Mnlio Super Drive* . . .' new (JM Hydraulic Steering* and a new automatic headlight dimmer, the AutronicKye*. See ournew "Classic" erection— Oldunobih't Ninety Eigftt. for 1V52I * MODERN CLASSI —— SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE D I A I f. R tllnlrn-Maile .Sii(>»r IMn. C,M llyiltimlh HiMriut anil Altirmie AS. opiianjt al nl;n mil. /'../ui/munl. .in-.ii.jri.i. anil trim inliifcl la chanit without nolict. OLDSMOBILE WALZ MOTOR CO. 321 E. BROADWAY, ALTON, ILL. RAY MOTOR CO. EDWARDSV1LLE RD. AT WH1TELAW, WOOD RIVER, ILL. F O7VT1I SALE! Til MM) & PI AS A - ALTON WOMEN'S, MISSES, GIRLS, INFANTS STORK-WWK REDUCTIONS 111 AT MEAN TEIUUEIC SAVINGS FOR YOU! i > Illlltl) & PIASA - ALTON MEN'S AND ROYS' WEAR Season Skippers 39 Toast, Grey, Beige, Black Gabardine i PRICE ' $ *J Q 97 Were $79.95, Now . Wool Suits Fleece, Gabardine, Checks and Solids. WERK $ *2 *J 00 8-19.93, Non .... 33 DRESS SHIRTS $ 2 38 Men's White Broadcloth — Some Slightly Irregular, Men's Sport Shirts. .*2 38 ALL WOOL TOPPERS Pastel Colors $17 Slightly irregular. SPORTSWEAR GIRLSWEAR Suede Cloth Sepiirafo* . . Sit - SI . S5 Blouses, Skirts unil .laclirls were SI. 115 to SIO.fl;"). Wool Gjihartline Slacks ..... 8.1 Navy, Brown, (irey— U'ere $8.95. S ..... \\,-re Hi.VO.I and HTM 83 CnrdurriA, \chct, \\diil — .Si/,cs 1 to II. Men's Sweaters. . $ 2 98 \\pre. : $l.(l.-> Sleeveless style — all wool zephyr yarn. KainroalK Chocks mill Solids— Were .Slfi.95 (n $>!).»A. ACCESSORIES Jewelry, i Off .... 25<« - 50e - SI Blouses were $3.95 and 85.95 now S2-S;{ Keyeastvs, were 83.25 now .... 81 Ladies* Purses, were 85 now . . 83.79 Hroudiloth mid Stn-df Uuibrellas, were $3.95 now , , 82.99 LINGERIE \\'hito (citlon K.M-Irl Trim— Sizci 7 t» J I. Dresses uv™ .VUIA mni ('niton 1'laiiK and Snli<K. INFANTSWEAR . . . 82-83 Blankets ;t5c Tee Shirls .... \VITP »!.•.>». .\.m, 3-Pe. Corduroy Suits w«re $«.(i3, .v,» . 81 Holies . . . sui-i. i i<> s. \VI-H. .s;i.!i.-,, .sn» 82.U9 Wash Shirls . si/.r s i to 5, \\ ,•!-.• *•>.<»-,, NOW 8I.U9 Boys' Sweaters size* i to H, \\>re $3.95, \<m 8I.U9 Boys' Wash Pauls . \\.r« v!.» 3f .\<m 81,89 Hoys' Wash Pants ^ 1 u sl " f U" u «9c . 8I.U9 Rayon Jersey Honseroals . now , 87 lk \\omrnS ftut",. IfreSSeS Orsiiild> and Dolled Swiss, I (ci 3, Now 81.119 Huyow Pajamas, Here $3.95 uou 82.79 Collou Quilled Holies , '•,':,,] "„»' 8I.U9 08 , 88° » • MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS . . . CORIIUROY SLACKS ' • . . MEN*S NECKWEAR •*« «•«« T*«, „.« FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS . . HOSE SHORTS SHORTS MUFFLERS 88° ROY'S COWROY GUNS 78 U ROYS'SKY PATROL SHIRTS . . . . T* ROYS' HOSE . . . »- - ^ 3»° I, Coldfire ('<ilors Odils and Finds . . 38° . 48° • • • \

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