Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON 1VEN1MO TEL80RAPM THURSDAY, JUN« i, tt* wikt of lie ftnjllt* have Tht Egyptian icanib (• m {mm of the oneeAltered duftf MMM which was «v«f«a m t I$W at «m jfbd. WANT' Ad "CUOI* , ''I UKI 1*1"T. , TOO -Hugh"Aili^rsS;— hands a kirtjj size Eisenhower For President button to Gen, Dwight Eisenhower at the railroad Station at Kansas City Wednesday morning 'usf'before 'Ike' left, for his home town of Abeline, Kan. Hugh is being ielcf by his father, Hugh Smith.—AP Wirephotd. iton Tax Ordinance $10,978.50 Village Costs Fiscal Year BRIGHTON—The village board of trustees met in regular session Monday iveriing, with Mayor H. G. Bott prMldinf. The treasurer's report \Vat approved and payment of routine: bills allowed. F;. G. Seheffel of the street and alley committee reported on the worlc in pvofress oiling and rock- ins the streets. He said extra ef- fort is being made to get all streets ii. good shape, which requires additional labor this year, as no woil< was done last year on account of the water system installation. , Tax appropriation ordinance was presented and passed "in the amount of $10,978.50, covering the period from May 1, 1952 through May 1, 1953. There was discussion regarding rhe work necessary at the village dumping grounds on the Warren Ingham farm, Scouting Activities BRIGHTON—Den No. 2 Gib Scouts met Saturday morning at the home of Den Chief Larry Jones. Members present were Lynn Chase, Richard Weiner, James Ayres, Stanley Schallenberg and Norman Hansen. David Ayres was I flitter. tWflnt the tummer month* meetings will be held every Thursday afternoon at 2 p. m. Twenty.two Scouts and Explorers, accompanied by Scoutmaster Dewey Summers and Advisor John E, Jttte*, went camping Thursday night and Friday on the Bob Baker farm southeast of here. They re* turned Saturday noon. Explorer Post No. .19 held their weekly meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Jbhn Jones. After the meeting they motored to Hanold's Lake for a swim-party followed by a weiner roast. Ex. plorers who attended were Don Graham, Bob Towse, Bill Oertel. Ernie Kasten, Charles Isenberg, Eugene St. Cin. Scott We^erer, Don Gorin, Dale Gillejpey, Norman Ayres, Fred Allen, Howard Kulenkamp and Bob Schoebcrle. Picnic Association Meeting BRIGMtON-There will be a meeting of all committee chairmen of the Brighton Picnic Association Friday evening at the village hall, 8 p. m. to complete plans for the annual picnic to be held June and 14. Attend Planning Session BMOHTON-Mrs. Clftud McAfe and Mrs. Carson Oberlander a tended a planning session Monda for the Senior Westminster Fellow rthip Conference to be held Blackburn College, Carlinville June 23-30. Mrs. McAfee and Mr.« Oberlander will serve on the staff ttarth-Rittef* filmed For a further study of Its mos primitive people, M. Alain Gheer brant will soon be in Venezueli on a second expedition. Caraca learns. Gheerbrant, a French ex plorer. spent two years In the Ori ttoco jungle filming the Piarot and Guaharibo natives living in the remote areas of southern Ven ezuela. They eat caterpillars and even earth, he reported. But dur ing his homeward trip his launch capsized and he lost his valuabl films, making a second expedition necessary. TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" A Light and cool as a tcisp of tveb ... bitty always smartly, freshly handsome Ever notice a spider** webT How delleate, open and light... yet how •tronff, taut and erlip it ttayt in any weather? You'll find the** lli;htwei|ilU •v.ry bit M versatile, alway* Innomparably cool and llffht, yet there'* no mcrifiee of imart appearanec. TfelreT •••! ' •?!•••, A1.TO3T WHdmy 9f»m 'Til » F. M. PAMPER POP! Father's Day, Sunday, June 15 Lttk at All Thm Higher Priced Features Forward set pockets five you smart good looks. • Stitched Side Seams— for • richer, finer appearance. • California Style Waistband — for slimmer, trimmer fit. Snug Tex Trim — inside trim holds your shirt in place. New Spring Patterns —sharkskins, hounds- tooth checks, gabardines, cords. Wide Range of Sizes . from 28 to 42. Lytton's Loungers 8 Nothing will make Dad happier than a pair of these comfortable lounger* for hi* leisure hours. Lounger* In rich brown leather that make a perfect complement to hit casual wardrobe. THIHB AWB NASA, AI.TOX. FRIDAY, 9«»O» to » Ctm Oyfl h Teat Clmfc To qualify for a 1953 assault on Mount Everest, a group of British climbers shortly will attempt to scale Cho Oyu, a nearby, thus far unconquered peak along the Nepal-Tibet border, Khatmandu reports. Eric Shipton's team of mountaineers to climb Everest next year will be chosen after this training ChtJ fiyti I* N,ft9 ftfct hfgfi; erest soar* 29,141 feet. The climb- en win test oxygen maiks, «p e( , lal clothing and food. Dr. Lewi; Pugh will study the effect oi great heights on the climbers' constitutions. Read Telegraph Want Ads You Go Crisp and Cool Whsn You Go Formal in PALM BEACH You'll actually enjoy those summer dress-up occasions when you go relaxed and cool in a smart, casual/ and cor* rect Palm Beach formal. Tailored to give you bet- er fit, more comfort and real shape-holding smartness. Select from handsome shawl vcollar single or double breasted white ackets. Try one on, you'll know why they are America's most popular summer formal. In Regu- ars, Shorts, Longs, Extra .ongs. ,. Jacket Trousers 25 ! Third and .4KTOIV, Open 'Til » P. M. 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So much, fun with, crystal-clear buttons, J»vy .tMt0e» Smill, mtdium, Iwgt. Shorts IQ to is. n i:s i I»OIM FLATS Were $6.95 and $7.95 IVow $/i«8 nnd 88 ALL SIZES BUT NOT IN IVIRY STYLf SHOE DEfT,, Main Floor SPORT SHOES SADDLES - LOAFERS CREPE SOLES Were Up to $7.95 Wow 9Q tl 88 und $/i88 '4

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