Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1952 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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PRIftAV, JUNE «, iffil •vimifo Carrollton CARROLLTON ~ Mrs. L, W. firanrmn and Mrs. Robert B. Smith entertained members of their canasta club Thursday evening in Kane at the Rome of Mrs, firan- nan's parents, Mr. aftd MM. fall klnson Jonel, Mr. and Mr*. Louis Richards spent today in Eureka where they visited their daughter, Mary Louis. NOT In M iMtndtl HMh quick*. <tay« lMMr< lr»m fMMr. MM Mel <•»• «Ml««it H*M IUfvl*Mr up In tiM IHM**, M H»M »M*c y»«r thumb". l«y to M«, *«iy w i»» fw «H febritt. AUTOMATIC »«tl«elly. RI0M, tubitanHcl. PoWt ««mM«»ly. Llf hlw*l|hl. Tli* Mil*il-l*-il«r* Irtnlnfl Housewares, Basement, who fi • itudent «t Eureka Col' lette. Mrs, John Voiles of Guyman, Okla., was a guest Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. 0. Whiteman. Dick Clough, Linda Whlleman, David Whiteman, and K. B. Mehl, went to Jacksonville Thursday to take their first lesson In swimming In the B week course being tought at MaeMurray College. The children were accompanied by Mrs. Everett Mehl, Mrs. Dale Clough and Mrs. Elmer Wtilteman. „ iwrs, Henry Wftgner and Miss Bonnie Garratt Spent Wednesday In Jerseyville with the former's sister, Mrs. Harry Hayes. F. L. Imus spent Thursday In St. for the Girl Graduate! Special Purchase PRINT SHEER AND LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS Regular SOc Value . . . Young's Main Floor 3 » $ 1 $4.00 LOUIS. Two marriage licenses were ls» sued Thursday from the office of County Clerk Bvtrtght Coonrod. One \Vas issued to Gerald Rofh of Greenfield aw! Miss Jo Ann Gillingham of tftls city. The other to Richard Hansberger and Miss Lorenc Spencer both of Roodhotise. Fred Reyland of Oakland, Calif., arrived Thursday to visit his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Clanahan. Woman Says She's 130 Living in a native kraal on a farm at Newcastle, South Africa, is a woman reputed to be 130 ears old. She Is Bella Zwane ard cmembcrs the battle of Blood River, fought when she was about 8 years old. She is feeble but elains tier faculties. Lovely to look ah..fun to wear cottons...with CHECKS APPEAL Thrtt Ktnt-Katcti zipper 5(y/«f for tht sun or work ... Big faihion news •( • //tt/c prict 'A, Zip-up Sensation ,., Trimmed in eyelet. Zipper front, Gored skirt, adjustable tie sash, Two inch hem. Red, Blu«, Green. C. Belled Tatterull... Navy bias trims bodice, pock ets. Bias tie sash. Zipper plack et. Cap sleeves. Two inch hem d, Green, Navy. 12-20; 14'/a 24Vi. B. Zip-back Pinafore . . . Madeira lace trim on -pockets and wide shoulder straps. Full 80-in, skirt sweep, Fashion-utility pockeU. Red, Blue, Green. 12-44. "* I Young's Dry Goods Co, Alton, 111. Plea»e »end me the following Prince** Peggy STVU3 SIZE COLOR Come in, order ,, mail, or phone 3-8851 D. POP it ON ,,. Floral utility topper to wear as a blouse, smock, apron. Red, glue, Gold. Sm«|l, Medium, Urge. •^•r Guaranteed in Every Way Use Our Convenient Loyowoy or Charge Plan Young's Budget R&ement Boyd Memorial Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Twelve babies were born the past week In Boyd Memorial Hospital. Sixteen persons underwent surgery and 13 entered for medical care. New babies born were: a son May 29 to Mr. and Mrs. William Dirgan of .Greenfield; a daughter May 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Daum of Carrollton; a son May 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Camerer of White Mall; a daughter May 29 to Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Cummings of Kane; a daughter May 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles fuller of Hwdtni ter May Si to Mr, tntfMrs. George Stringer of .JeriGyvMteT ft daughter May 31 to Mr, and,Mrs. Chester MumKret GattMIft** t daughter June 1 to Mr, And Mrs. Clifford Wyatt of White Hall! A daughter June 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cummings of Carrollton; a daughter June 3 to Mr. and Mrs. LaVoonn Krummllbein of Belle* vllle; a son Jitne 4 to Mr, and Mrs. William Gleason of Carrollton and a son June 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creemens of Jerseyville. patients undergoing surgery were Rosle ttevesch, pavid Granger, Miss Ardell Brldgewater Miss Jeannette Baumgartner, Miss Marilyn Williams and Miss Doris Williams, Carrollton; Miss Teresa Lawrence, Miss Marjorie Rltter Mitt Notma L«tife, of J§ Mrs. Qutijl Owdotn Mis* Chlrlcy Cftfticrer and Cart L«« rey GiAfeft af ifdretf? Kir Bstoe* of St, LouisaMJ& Shf^ey fiartfrf and Mis* Marilyn WaSrtott,- e! Greenfield, . ,>f/ v, trrterint for «iedte«|v care weres Lester GrW8t» "Stlm Combs, Mrs. Lucille Blaky, Auftirt Brans, and Lytidelt Gene HardWlcR of Carrollton j Mrs, Llllle B<rclrtfr of Kampsvillc-, Miss Mary Estet of Kane; MISS Evelyti S Louder of JerseyvtUe; Mm, Witt of Gree1tf{eldr«!vefi4it of Fleldon; Jolffl MfttkeMy house; Aloys Becke"!* *d! and John Buhnekemper o! Mufray* ville. Use Our Easy Lay-Away or Charge Plan When You ShopT FROM Notionolly Advertised The "STRONGMAN' All-Purposi Shirts Men's short sleeved Sport shirts in solid color poplin. A wonderful gift for Dad on .his day! Sanforized with all-purpose two-way collar . . . both inner and out style. Guaranteed comfort-fit for wotk en- play. Colors of blue, tan, gray and white. Sizes S-M-ML. ' Main Floor Men's Department Men's j > % - ' Chambray SHIRTS Men's blue and gray san-*, forized short sleeved shirts A shirt guaranteed,, comfort-fIt for work and" play. Si,aes S-M-ML-L. $139 Main Floor * Men's Nylon DRESS SOX Pastel, Shades Sizes 10 to 13'/i DRESS SHIRTS White and fancy Van Heusen and E and W". Sizes 14 to 17. Sleeve lengths 32 to 34. and Main FJoor Special Selection Long Sleeved SPORT SHIRTS Rayon and Rayon Gabardine t Sices S-M-ML-L Reg. $4.95. $2 00 TEAM-MATE TO YOUR FAVORITE SPORT COAT Rayon and Rayon Acetate O O • O O • o • o A Wonderful Dad's Day Gift Men's Summer Slack* by E and W and Hoosier. Sizes 28 to 42, • » From MaJn F/oor 'S TIE SPECIAL Reg. $1.50 and $2.00 Val. $1.00 TIE-CUP • CUFF LINKS • LIGHTER SET Reg, 55.00 value Leather BILLFOLDS .00 HP < Leather BELTS Sizes 30 to 42 •

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