Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 16
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PAOfi SIXT8BN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH fHtfRSDAY, MARCH 27, W2 WASHABLE-DYEABLE An oulntnndlnf a(; I hi* low HIGH, MID-HITE or CUBAN HEEL IP* rho "luck of the Irish" to ba obla to offer rhest- lovely styles in Washable, Dyeabl* Irish Linen at this wonderful prict. 323 BELLE ST, ALTON 8w1»l kntfMnn mill* no «r« dependent, nn American riy ion yarn*, Heme reports, Nine United Sf«fo» *nrt on* BrlUnh film recrnily were rejected by Swedish Their First Step are Right Steps In Nationally Advertised... WHITE or BROWN PLAIN TOE "MOC" TOE SNUG RHINO HEEL No chaffing, no rubbing! Good tup- port for ankl«i, FIRM ANKLE SUPPORT Firit iteppon need thii added protection BROAD ROOMY TOE Room for little feet loarow unhindered. 323 BELLE ST. ALTON North Alton nirf Smut Meeting Girl Scout Troop 49 of OM Cathedral School met Wednesday at the school. The girls heard reports on the cookie sale. Tronp prizes were awarded to Judy Garrison, Mary Jane Kirn2, Pat Call- I nan, Mary Kny Duley, and Mary i Sue Witohor. Awards for commit! nily service were made to P;il ! Harl, Mary S'ue Wltrher, Mary Jane Kurr/, anil Pat Callhan. The girls discussed plans for a i bloyrle tour, future badge work! and rraft project work. They will! visit the Red Cross office to ol>- j serve the work there as part ofj Ihr'ir requirements /or the public i health badge. They discussed pro-] pa rat Ion, use and care of the hot j wafer bottle, Ice cap and ire bnR, and bow to properly store these peices of equipment. They talked about compresses, gargles, and I he pure food, drug and cosmetic acts. Girl'Scout-Troop 43 of McKinley School met Wednesday at the school. David Waltrip of Explorer Post 7 showed the girls how to lie knols, as part of the requirements for the second class Girl Scout badge. Mrs. Joe Freeland and Mrs. John I'll assisted Mrs. Kugene Kitzmiller and Mrs. Elmo Clark, the troop leaders, and started the girls on a sewing project. Cub Scout Meetings Den 3 of Cub Scout Pack 62 of Rufus Easton School met Wednesday afternoon at the school to practice their dance for the pack meeting tonight at the school. The boys want all parents of the pack members to attend. After the practice session, the boys went to the home of Mrs. Steve Mahcr, den mother, at 2137 Notslde J>rive. The Rroup collected dues and checked their achievements. They discussed the Apdl theme, "Things That Grow," and made plans to plant 12 different kinds of seeds. The boy* sang "Happy Birthday" to Joe Rosack, who was 9 years old. Den 2 of Cub Scout Pack 7 of film Street Presbyterian Church met. Tuesday at. (he home of Mrs. Poliisch at 2109 Albv street. I Fosterburg Pair To Observe Date Danny Lnnclis told n story, work- inn on requirerwntx for fhf wolf hndgp. MifhacI .larobson, working for his lion Iwulgp, also tolfl a story. They discussed plans for the next pack mooting, played SAVINGS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY! OPEN FRIDAY-SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M. Mon's White Newcrnt SHIRTS Worth $S (o f 4 1.29 Girl*' RAYON PANTIES INFANTS SHOES $0.29 WnlUer" • White • All Sizet • Pair Ladles' PLASTIC Scuffles Ladies' Extra Size PANTIES 80-SQUARE MUSLIN Unbleached Bleached 39" Width 36"'Width 27V 33 Chambrny, 88" width, yd. 370 yd, IjKlle-s' Kayon JERSEY GOWNS Men's Fancy DRESS HOSE 4 1'nirs $1.00 Men's Cotton WORK HOSE 5 Pair* $.00 Birdseye ' Diapers Pack LADIES' SMART NEW PURSES PliMtle e » 1 f, faille, patent. Block, n n v y, red, Kin nor, green, while. $1,98 CIIILDRKN'S AIMW.AHIJC NEW HATS Styled to flutter I I I I IP missc*. I'Vll*, r, t r it \v *, Imported leghorn .stnnv. Lmllcn' IH flange. 1R Denier Full FnshlnneU NYLONS Mistonc, HIMRB- tone, Grey I one, i Itrowntont*. SIzcin| 8H to 10 !i. pr. PLUSH RABBITS Ih«« cuddly bunnies with soft plush bodies ore p«rlecl gifts lor Easter. EASTER BASKETS fill them with foster goorliit lor the youngsters. All sizu and shapes. to INFIATABU TOYS 1A C EASTER EGG DYES tots of fun! Rubber and plas- *\ Complete egg coloring t( i. in- IK toys in doz.nj of diffennl fft »| tluding dyes,transferpotl.rnj, OC >nflp ' s< • dipper, instructions. *V EASTER GRASS You need Easier gross for 9l'ts, bavkels, and to use with lasler eggs. NT & 25' package NAMES FREE "&) -**— —*-**•* EASTER BASKETS And novelties, Mmto up treats (or the whole family, 39 C ..*1 59 •j> >\ A CHILDREN'S SUPS Cotton or niy- on, white, p i n U, h I n e, rnnixo. Sizes 2 to U. 1C r Infant*' or Toddler's BONNETS Boy» from 1-8; girls to 8 mos. Girls, sizes ISIS. AND UP \ Children's DRESSES $• Percale and ra.\ oo. AJ a n y colors. iiitfa, l-3\, 4-6*, 714. $2,98 and $3.98 BOYS' SUITS • Wushuble Uujon Uubardiue t Site* 3 to 8. Boys' Polo Shirts Striped »t y 11< s in Ions M't'iir- IIIK comlifd cotton .Mini with rrcw neck, (i e. t socrul color*. 6 sizes. 1C SPECIAL Boys 1 Slack Hose Stock up at this 4 budget - stretching price. Sturdy cotton yarn in bold blazer stripes . . Asstd. colors. 7-10'2. 4 pr. for Blouses r\ j • Oruaudy }, • Hntiste I i • White Ladies' SKIRTS • Gabni'dine • Knyou • Sharli-iUIn LADIES' SLIPS $1.98 Crepe, \\hile, pink, black... Sl'j to 41. RAYON PANTIES Flat ej**»ic wiistbtnds, brief style?. Assorted colors. DRAPES Beiutiful pUstic COTTON BRA "CU*" inserts for firm up- c ^ lift. Adjustable. White,*! * I pink. 32 to 38.... * PERCALE PRINTS Soiuo 80 kquare. *J •• _ VarU Of C t'olor(a»t. 1'retty spriu| pattern*, and »olid%. H<-g. 48c jard. and Danny led in a flag ceremony. Able to Return Home Miss Antonia Mullen was able to return to her home at 2301 State street Tuesday from St. Anthony's Infirmary. Miss Mullen has been a patient there since Dec. 4. Bake Sale Explorer Troop No. 7, Scouts, will sponsor a bake sale Saturday at Young's in Alton. Mrs. Frank Newberry, In charge of arrangements, announced that the boys would use the money to help finance their^trlp to New Mexico in an annual camping expedition. Carrolltoii CARROLLTON. — Two supervising nurses from St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing' in Alton visited the Carrollton schools Tuesday and explained the program at the School of Nursing as an incentive to enlisting some of the senior girls. The nurses were accompanied by Miss Betty Lemons of this cit.y, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lemons, who is a student nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital. Miss Nita Ford, Mrs. Charlotte Burruss and Miss Ella Black of this city, and Miss Elsie Dyer of Illiopolis, went to St, Louis Sunday afternoon to attend the symphony orchestra concert at Kiel Auditorium, with Arthur Rubenstein conducting. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moss and daughter of Eldred, are moving this week into their recently remodeled home on South Main street. Mrs. Francis Gcers, Mrs. R. H. Clanahan, Mrs. J. T. English, Mrs. Herbert Harr, and Mrs. Ross Edwards went to Jerseyville Tuesday evening to attend the meeting of the Past President's Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary which was held in the Moose Hall. Mrs. Paul Casclton and daughter returned to her home in Shreveport, La., Wednesday, after a visit here with her mother, Mrs. J, Alfeld. Mrs. R. D. Lemons of this city and daughter, Betty, of Alton, spent the weekend in Bloomington with Mrs. Lemons' father, E. L. Stevens, who is in ill health. Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Peck and family of Kennett, Mo., will arrive Sunday and will be guests until Wednesday of Mrs. Peck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fry. While hero, .Dr. Peck will attend a medical convention in St. Louis. Donald Reynolds, nephew of Miss Myrtle Greaves of this city, has been promoted from corporal 1o j the rank of sergeant in the U.S. I Marines, according to word re-' ceived here by Miss Greaves. Sgt. j Reynolds is stationed at Camp Lejeune, X.C. j Dogs 'Take' to Mailman i LAKrJWOOD, Calif., /!' — That I old saying about neither snow, nor! rain, nor heat nor gloom of night slaying the postman ought, to have something in it about clogs, says i Mervin Haworth. Haworth, a letter carrier, has been bitten 12 times in T2 months white making his rounds. FOSTERBURO—Mr. and Mrs. William Sauerweln wijl mafk their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with open house at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Blerhaum. Friends are Invited to call between 2 and 5 p. m. that day. Parly for Junior Sunday School FOSTERBURO-A group of parents of Zlon Presbyterian Church gave a party for the members of the junior Sunday srliool dcparl ment Tuesday evening in the basement of the church. Instrument/)" numbers were played by Dickie and Sue Miller, Bobby Legate Patty and Martha Cordum, Davit and Terry Schaefer, Norman Hunt |r., and Jimmy Gabriel. Later games were played and all en joyed « weiner roast. Melvin Cramer Is superintendent of ^h Sunday school. News Notes FOSTERBURG — Sgt. Jame Kelly of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. spent Sunday with his uncle am aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Titchena and family. Kelly will soon com plcte his schooling and after a furlough at the home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Earl Kelly of Farmlngton, Iowa, he will report to Camp Cooke, Calif. Antl-Blotles Aid Stock Growth HALIFAX, N. S. If— Feeding of poultry and swine with foods spiked with special antibiotic ingredients, a process started in Nova Scotia a year ago, has apparently produced better birds and animals at reduced costs, agricultural officials announced. Indirttrlal Site SINGAPORE, /P - Industrialist! from Australia and Hongkong tre moving Into Singapore to set up factories in cooperation with local businessmen. Initially, separate syndicates plan the establishment of a textile mill, a boot-polish 1 factory and an edible-oil refinery. OUR TV SET Owf Phileo faeiofy viicd Strvleamcn rtpoir any m«d«l, any wok*, and do th« right job at th* righl prie* RADIO and TELEVISION REPAIR SERVICE 1168 Mliton Road—Alton A LIBERAL ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD WATCH... Regardless of Age, Make or Condition 1' HERE IS THE FAMOUS Bulova "Miss America" THAT WAS GIVEN TO Miss Norma Helwig 2ND PLACE WINNER OF THH Alton Beauty Pageant Sponsored by th» Alton Jaycets Don't mist this sensational MONEYSAVING OFFERI WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS BULOVA ... America's Greatest Gift Value 602 E, BROADWAY ALTON — PHONE 2-7531 The talk of the town smo-o-o-oth Fashion's color styled by . . . It's on every woman's lips ... "red's" the color and "Dream Step's " the shoes. Get yours now in gleaming smooth leathers. High or Cuban Heel ALSO AVAILABLE IN BROWN, BUCK, BLUE, GREEN AND CREY 323 BELLE STREET ALTON, ILL,

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