Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 28, 1952 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH mm Cattle fattening opwallons near Unlonville, Pa. Involve cowboys who ride the range In traditional costume. VACATION COMING UP? Call Helen R. Yeothan tot All Expense fcucorted nnd UntRcorted Circle Trips Kirkland, Happiness Vanderbilt & Mart Tours Day 2-3113—Nite 3-7072 Chinese Fnrmi Collect!vlKed HONG KONG <-T The Chinese Communists so far have set up 4") collective farms as a possible firs! stop toward collectivi/nlion of thr highly-individualistic farmers ol China. There are 10 of the farms Brighton ItrlRtilnn Nntr* BRIGHTON - Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bon/ spent Sunday at i\;\mpsviUe visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chnrle* Urn?.. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Well at Brighton Church Plans Picnic in Manchuria containing 200,000 I ended the Shipman High School acres. The rest of the slate farms Alumni Association banquet and are scattered throughout China program Saturday evening. At a meet ins of and officers of the St. John Kvangeliral and Reformed proper. Permanent Removal of UNWANTED HAIR •Catherine Ruedin, R ' Mr AM*l*tm«iit> MONDAY rUESDAV I'HURSDAV «-« P M ONLY PHOMV i.7«0 Church Monday evening in the , . , . _ room of the church, plans Mr and Mrs. Joseph Swan and| wpl>p nin( , p fo) . , hfl dli | d ,. en - s day family visited Sunday cveniw j proR1 . nm and Sunday School pic- " nlc. June 8. returned Saturday evening from a two weeks visit in Chicago with his son and daughter-in-law, ?>fr. and Mrs. Richard Rlodget. who accompanied him to Brighton. Although Mr. Blodget is 89 years inn, and life-time friend, Mrs. Marcie Olenny Noble and they spent n very enjoyable afternoon reminiscing about the good old days in Brighton, tie also Inspected property in North Chicago late Mrs. Daniel Blodget. BEAD TELKORAPM WANf ADS Nova Scout means New loot* land. old. ho enjoyed his visit to the \vhich has been in the family forj Windy City. During his slay there j many years, having been pur- he called on n former Brighton-1 chased by Blodget's mother, tht- visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schallenberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohler and daughter of Collage Hills visited Sunday with Randall Kohler. Mr. and Mrs. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally! 0|H»n I Mill II Thiirxdiiv ft rioxi»«i All DHV Xenioflnl llnv STOP LOOK YOU'LL BUY 11 YOU'RE FASHION MINDED The Sunday school program and worship service will be combined A potluck dinner will be served in the social room of the church , uL noon. The afternoon will be I spent visiting, with planned recreation on the church lawn for the youngsters. Committees appointed were: program, beginners department, Dorolhy Lou Winslade, Mrs. Richard deLassus and Kli/.abeth Schcf- fel; intermediate girls, Mrs. F. G. Scheffel: recreation committee, Mrs. B. H. Scheffel, Mrs. Leland Ocrtel and Mrs. Edward Rocker; arrangement committee, Harry J. Jones. Oliver Klotz. B. H. Scheffel, Albert Oertel, Melvin Schieler and Bill Oertel. ,and table committee, Mrs. Emrna Yost. ALL WOOL FULLY LINED MADE TO SELL FOR $35.. 12 neiv versions of the 24 and 36-inch coat Surplus stock of a fashion-famous manufacturer Smooth suedes, deep fleeces, boucles Checks, plaids, diagonals, solid colors White, sand, navy, beige, gray Pale pastels . . . all the high shades Sizes for misses and juniors Brighton Library Gels New Shipment of Books BRIGHTON — New books which inve recently been placed on the shelves at the library are as Colcms: adults. "Swimming Pool". •Shoulder Ihe Sky". "Hidden Boundary", "Time to Remember". "Hidden Flower". "Hayburn Family", "Thru 1 Charley's Door". My Cousin Rachacl", and "Gown of Glory". Juvenile books are "Cherry Ames, Student Nurse", "Wild Horse", "Copper Kahn", "Dark Sunshine", "Spirit of Fog Island", Portrait in Sand". "Clue of Stone Lantern", "Mystery of Hurricane Hill" and "Clue of Rusty Key." The library, which is located in the south room of the village hall is open every Saturday afternoon. Mrs. H. G. Bott is librarian. Honored At Party BRIGHTON — Miss Fern McAfee was guest of honor at a party given Saturday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McAfee, the occasion being her sixteenth birthday. Guests were Beverly Kelly, Clayton Landon, Russell Noe, John Lively, Alice McAfee, Charles Rettinghouse, Fred Oberlander, Donald Graham, Nancy Kruse, Harold Eddington, Richard Terpening, Jimmy Vetters, Alice Whitaker, Ernie Kasten, David Davis, Glenn Strohbeck, Yvonne Jones, Scott Wetters, LaVerna McAfee, Bobbie Cairns and Wilbur Rothe, David Murray, Corky Weiner, Kenney Newberry, Joe Gardner and David Heitzig. Miss McAfee was presented with many nice gifts. The evening svas spent playing games and dancing, and at a late hour refreshments were served by Mrs. McAfee and daughter, LaVerna. Returns From Chicago Visit BRIGHTON — S. P. Blodget ALTON THIRD & PIASA Opin Until 9 Thursday Evininf. Cltsid All Day Mimtrial Day THURSDAY - ONE DAY ONLY! MONEY-SAVING, VALUE-GIVING E 0 M SALEI SORRY, NO PHONE, MAIL OR C.O.D. ORDERS. FAMOUS MAKES SUMMER SUITS.. $15 ENTIRE STOCK OF TOWNLEY WOOLEN SUITS.. $24 RAYON LINED SUITS .... $10 ALL WOOL LONG & SHORT COATS $10 WOMEN'S, MISSES', JUNIORS NYLON DRESSES.. $5 -Sportsivear- SLACKS .... $2 & $3 HALTERS 2Sc SAILCLOTH HATS . 50c "PEPSI" AUTOGRAPH JACKETS SI COTTON T SHIRTS . $1 -Girls' Wear- DRESSES •"«"•" $1.91 -Infants & Toddler»ROBES . . . ..j, ..„.»!« DRESSES • • l»"roontbV $1 BLOUSES . . "•« $2 Mt, CORDUROY GOAT SETS . S3 JUST 40 MEN'S SUMMER SUITS... $25 Extra Trousers Available on Some at $4. WHITE DRESS SHIRTS.. $1.91 COLORED COTTON T SHIRTS . . . . 91c SWIM TRUNKS. $1.61 SHORT SLEEVE RAYON SPORT SHIRTS. $1.61 NECKWEAR . 71c, $1.11 HOSE, ANKLETS . . 21c Fnmouc Make Colored DRESS SHIRTS . $3,51 100% NYLON SHORTS . . $1.21 I xing; S|eev« SPORT SHIRTS . . $2.11 Some Slightly Irregular. 9 Wear* Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS . . $1.71 SWEATERS . . . $1.71 GUARANTEED HOSE , 21c tie ut r,on FUR STORAGE Don't risk finding your furs ruined by moths I Our cold storage protects against moths, heat, fire, theft. For Scientific Cold Slornur Cull Cleaners FUR STORAGE AlinN 2501 STATE ST. • p. s.—ALSO RCA VICTOR ELKCTRIC DEHUMlDIflERS Open ThurMdM.v I nlll f» P.M. 4lo««><1 All !»«>• Memorlnl l»«r You're handsomely, coolly at ease... Suits RESORT WEAVE There are plenty of "hot OMB" to com*, so beat the weather and high prices with a smartly tailored, light weight Palm Beach suit. They're cool, smooth feeling, comfortable beyond relief . . . and the fabric actually bounces out wrinkles. Stop by. get set for summer nowl Sport Coats *35 They have the authentic British import look, but in th* proper lightweight for American climate and taste. Its porous, open weave let* cool air in. body heat out. keep* you cooler on summer's hottest days. Come in, see the good variety of patterns and colors. Palm Beach *10" Slacks * w Drop in and look them over. You'll »•• the smartest, most color* ful slacks in all America, You'll ••• why they are favorites lor sports and casual wear. Yes, they wear and wear.,. are 100% washable, too. Get several pain now. Third sad Pl«*«, *Hon

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