Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 28, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, March 28, 1952
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FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1952 CarrolltonPEO Chapter in Meet CARROLLTON - Mrs. Damon Driver road n rr-cipronty pnpor Wednesday cvoning a! the' roRulnr meoling of Chapter DK of (he PKO held at the home of Mrs. T. HouRf). jr. The topio of the paper was "The OriRin of the Sunrise Kaster Service In the United States. Mrs. ,Iark Alfeld. ncxvlv ele<-(rd ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPfo guard, was installed In office and with the installation of Mrs. F, L. Imus as vice president, the officers of (he chapter will he installed for the yenr. Other officers are Mrs. A. D. Wilson, president; Mrs. Alan < Irani, recording secretary; Mrs. (ieoi'KP firaucl, treasurer; Mrs. \V. (1. VoRt, rotTpsponclinK secretary, and Mrs. O. T. IMrl, chaplain, K\cn with perfect brakes an automobile traveling nt .'H> miles an hour cannot be stopped In less ihan 100 feet. Farewell Party Given For Carrolltott Woman CARROLl/rON-Mrs. II. P. Uon- slead who is moviiiR ne.xt month to Springfield to make her homo, wns guest of honor at a dinner pnrly Thursday evening af Me- Cmiley's Cafe in Kamps\ illp. While making I T here Mrs. Honstcad has been • mployrd as a nursp al Hoyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Honstead's hus- bntifl, Dr. Honstpad, a slalp velor- inarian, has hrpn transfprrcd from this county to Sangflmon county and will begin his new work April 1. Others who were present at the dinner Thursday evening in iddi- tion to the guest of honor were: Mrs. Joseph McPherson of White Mall; Mrs. I.ce Pohlman, Mrs. Selma Kelly. Mrs. Roy Kerckhoff. Mrs. Hester Mi-own. Mrs. t'harle.. t'Yy, Miss diissie (iillrr, Mrs. I.IUIK Mallard. Mrs. Mersrhel Kinciiid and Mrv. dlemi H..Hard. PAGE Tftftfl Fiance hopes lo start ils M<vt ianc tunnel pro.jecl this .vcar. Children's COATS Children's lovely coats for Easter and all through the summer. Maxima fabrics of Bur- lingtons wrinkle resistant finish. Also wool and rayon. Colors of navy, aqua red, orchid, with some checks and plaids. Sizes 1 to 6x and 7 to 14. $ 10 95 to CHILDREN'S UNDIES Nylon Panties and Slips White Only By Lorraine Sizes 2 to 6—8 to 14 e ny Qd CH PANTIES $ 1 5 .° TO Sizes 2 to 6—8 to 14 SLIPS *2 9 . 8 TO $ 3 9 . 8 Young's Second Floor Princess Peggy Cotton HOUSE DRESSES All fttyles and size* in beautiful new Spring; prints. Fine for the housewife and young miss. $2 - Young's Basement Fringed Finger Tip TOWELS ' Lovely New Colors Size 11x18 29 Young's Main Floor Reg. $14.95 value Ready Made DRAPERIES IVi yards long—42 inches wide. Floral prints In barkcloth and pebble cloth. *9 97 Youngs' Third Floor Biilex BRAS 32A up to 42C Nylon, Satin, Cotton. White and pink. $| .00 Young's Main Floor All Metal LAWN CHAIRS All metal lawn chairs of fine tempered steel that won't rust or tarnish. Covered with long lasting outdoor enamel. Colors of yellow, green and red. Just the thing for relaxation on those warm summer days. Only Young's Basement $995 3 9 ; FREE! FREE' Don't Forget to Register For the Westinghouse Toaster to Be Given Away Saturday.,. Basement Housewares It's a Matter of TASTE • . . in wine, women and of course clothes. Whether your style of dress is conservative or casual, you will find that our versatile selection of Spring clothes will meet your style and budget preferences. Many styles, sizes, colors and fabrics for your selection. Both double and single breasted in regular, shorts and longs. $ 39« 50 Bold, Bright New Styles Choose your favorite In men's long slc/'vod sport dhirts. Splashed with color nnil ready to jfiv« you ft long: season of happy rc- Inxiition. Sanforized vnt Uycd broadcloth nnd two- way cotton sliih. Convertible huffed edge, spml- unread collar. Two plain pockets. Colors of light blue, nmi/.e, tun, green, white, blue and grey . . . Sizes S-M-MI.-L. Men's Men's and Boys' Ail-American Two Tone TEAM JACKETS Brightly colorful "fulhw nnd HOU" team Jackets in Kt'niiinn VHt-KituforixRcl icnlwrdinr, lined with Kiislui. Heavy knit trim in ciiiid.v stripe. OiiitrnstiiiK; Riuip fiisti-iiers. Color cnmhiniilions: Knyal and Cirry, Kelly and r.roy, Kcd nnd <irr\v, Koynl nnd Gold. Sixes .'M lo 48 In Men's and 4 to J8 in Boy's. Boys' Men's Wear Depf. Main Floor Regular $1.00 Value DUST MOP 77 With Long Handle for Reaching Convenience. Young's Basement 6 Genuine Leather Gold Tooled WASTE BASKETS Slightly damaged. $O.9S $/| .95 Originally $15.00 each. mm to "T 6 Leatherette Covered Metal WASTE BASKETS Originally $2.50 Young's Basemen/ Cleaning Drudgery wjth $2.08 Voliw-loth for $1.59 Woman's Club of Roxana Elects Mrs. Ifrwlirl iNVlson to Afiitin Head Group ROXANA 'I'ln- Woman's Club met Tupsday evening in HIP Community building for their minimi business meeting. A nominating committee pompn.sed of Mi.". Ralph Harris, Mrs. Hussell Cnrnn- han. and Mrs. Harvey Ripe, jire- spntpd n slnte of pnndldntes for election. Mrs. Hersrhel Nelson was re-eleplrd president; Mrs. Keith McFarlnnd, viee president: Mrs. OeorRe Sample re-elected secretary, nnd Mrs. Chnrles Rad- mncher re-electpd Irensurpr. fe.xeciitlve bonrrl members elprt- pd for the coming year were Mrs. Marvin Wilson, Mrs. Clifton Ricks nnd Mrs. Ralph Reicherl, Mrs. Nelson was named delegate to the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs convention to be held in Chicago In Mny nnd Mrs. Sample was named nlternnte delegate. Mrs. L. L. DoWester reported on plans made for the club's next meeting April 8 nt the high school which will be n birthday paity with husbands Invited. Mrs. Chnrles Lightfoot was accepted ns n member into the club and she volunteered to assist in collecting clothing nnd household items for the tornndo victims in the disaster nren, by placing n large box on her front porch at 11.6 South Central, in which persons may place their* donajions. Mrs. Mnrvin Wilson announced (lie annual banquet: will be held al: the YWCA In Alton Mny 115. Two guesl.s introduced at the meeting were Mrs. W. L. Howell and Mrs. A Inn Busier. The art department of the club arranged the program for the evening. Mrs. George dillelnnd introduced Mrs. A. Hacke of Kast Allon, lonelier in the East Alton schools, who spoke on ceramics and displayed n collection of hand made pieces of ceramics she had made, Refreshments were served by the hostess committee composed of Mrs. William Cook, Mrs. Ralph Reichcrt, Mrs. R. ]•;. Weaver, Mrs. Keith MnFarland. Mrs. Roy Williams and Mrs. V. V. Virgin. era after April 1, The shop was opened here In 1925 by the late Harry Freeh who oporntrd the. business until his death In 1SMI after which his wife and son took over the manage- Mrs. Freeh and son ptefl tfl lenvo early In April tot Lot Angeles, Calif., where they expect to make their home temporarily. K.vpccl Ikn lo KeHlgn SL'PREM !•: HEADQUARTERS, Allied Powers in Europe, March 28, /P—Among Allied'officers at shape there is little doubt that their boss, Gen. Eisenhower, will submit his resignation shortly after his annual report is published next Wednesday. Dr. Srahm-y lo Spritk At (Joill'roy Climvli GODKREY. .- Dr/Rulb Isabel Seabtiry of Moston, educational secretary of the American Hoard of Foreign Missions, will speak nt the 11 a.m. service of t.hfl Godfrey Congregational Church, March 30. She will address the Monticello College vesper service the same day at 7 p.m. Monlicello College choir, directed by Stephen H. Williams, will sing on both occasions, which are open In UK> public, For severnl years n member of the national preaching mission of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, now the National Council, Dr. Sen bury speaks before inlcrdenominnlional groups and those of other communions, as well as her own Congregational Christian fellowship. Author and traveller, Miss Seabury has made several trips abroad, including a world tour, during which she visited '21 countries. Frccli Tire Sales Al C.aiTolltnn Sold CARROU/rON The Freeh Tire Sales which has been operated by a member of Hie. Freeh family since l!):jr>, was sold Ibis week oy Mrs. lla/el Freeh lo two of her employes, Perry Helellc and John Gillingham jr. The new owners plan lo continue operating tho business under the same trade name. The business will bo under Inc. management of the now own- COMSHRWKHI ttt clogging, TRANSIENT Mndl > PR.EDWARDS' T gtttl. 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Not If you hnvon't experlnncod the re'llnf or tension, "flnslioa" and Irrl- ttiblllty It BO, of ton bring* nt •uoh tlmcol Before another day has passed, try Lydla Plnkhnm's . . . the Vegetable Compound, or new, improved Tnblnts with added Iron . . . and dls- covor how much easier your "chftnge of life" may be I Younger women and atrli — Buffering tram functional iwlns and dlalreiw of men- utruaUon— find I'lnkhum's wonderful tool It containi no pQin-dtadentny l.ydla Pinkltam'i action through fumpatlittlo ner- I'OIM avilrm —re- Itfvn (li.itmi nt the. " VOTE FOR THOMAS J. BURKE Democratic Candidate For CORONER VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II MEMBER CHAUFFEUR'S UNION Primary Election Tuesday, April 8 YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED IT HAS EVERYTHING YOU WANT IN A FINE CAR... The comfort of a smooth, quiet air-borne ride . . . with road roughnuHs and vibration soaked up by rubier-cushioned springs, aero-type shock absorlx.-rs and drive system flouted on rubber pillows Interior roominesi for six adults, with 61-inch, wide seating, front and rear. "Take-off" performance witli the new 90-h.p. 6-cylinder Hurricane Engine ... 7.6 compression . . . uses regular gas. Panoramic visibility . . . all 4 fenders can be seen from the driver's seat. Aero-D«tign beauty . . . just 5 feet high ... streamlined from its distinctive new plane-wing hood to the rear air-fins. Record economy—up to 35 miles on a gallon of gasoline, with overdrive. Come m and' weAmericttis only full-size car thatgi up to 35 mile#per gallon ALTON AUTOMOTIVE SALES & SERVICE 1612 E, BROADWAY JOHN T. BROWN, Owner ALTON

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