Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 24, 1956 · Page 28
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24,1956 24 Received By Men's Club At Bethalto SETHALTO — Monday evo- limp In the future. Forty-six guests were at the meeting \vhieh vvns opened by the Rev. Irvin Kolh \vm 'shmved a film, which was followed hy a discussion. Tn the business meeting the | elub members save approv.il to a committee for the purchase of a camera for the new Lutheran Truttler Banquet Speaker at Bethalto Area Business Ed Students Meet BETHALTO — The second an nual Ama II student conference of Cooperative Business Educa Con was held Tuesday at Civic Ming the 2ion Men's Club ipct at | office of tho Southrrn Illinois T)is- j Mf , mn) . ial Hjgll Sd ; oo , in Rt , lha , th« Lutheran Church and wel- j Irlrt which is being oponrrl in j t , . Students in the dislributive education classes from Alton Civic Memorial and Wood River met si 4 p. in. for a reception corned 24 new members into their j Belleville. organization. This new group was tht result of a campaign by (he active members who had been COTTAGE Oprrallnn HI LLS Mrs. competing as teams in the membership drive. The losing team, as conpensa- tion, will serve the club at the next meeting which will be "Ladies Nigh!." Besides this feat, th« men also have agreed to work on the new church at some Charles Hunter received word Tuesday that her daughter. Mrs. Joseph Tolle. 28. of Dorsey, had undergone surgery for removal of a tumor at Stntinlon Hospital, Monday. She entered the hospital Saturday. Mrs. Hunter planned to visit her daughter today. 'OUR 30th YEAR 1 Shoe 804-06 EAST BROADWAY — NEAR bt'KlNe SiKttf 1 PRICE! \^% SALE! \ IB - 1 - ""— 1 Om 350 Pairs of \ ff Ladies' Dress Shoes. Direct from the Factory. Values to $6.00 $2.99 Hundreds of Pairs $8.95 Shoes only $4.95 Special group! While 80 pairs last! Regular $4.95 and $495 LADIES' ARCH SHOES An Assortment of Heel Types Most Sizes But Not in Every Style Values S 2.99 ' $ 8 95 Values $ 4.95 Men's $6.50 Dress Oxfords $4,95 Men's $6 Work SHOES $3.95 Ladies' Men's $2.95 FLATS $1.99 Ladies'$3.95 Penny loafers $2.90 and tour of the building. At 5 p. m. the group split into two sections with Miss Dorothy Paddock, president of the Alton Business and Professional Women's Club, talking to the girls and Francis Kaar. executive director of the Greater Alton Association of Commerce speaking to the boys. Dinner, served in the school cafeteria, and a dance in the music room completed the evening get-together. Jerry Trattler, clothier from Wood River, was the featured speaker at the banquet. During the lime allotcd the humorous speaker he jokingly reprimanded the school system for not teaching the youth of the community how to live. The speaker pointed out that during the j campaigns and current trends, I they would have more leisure time on-.,their hands than working time. "This creates a problem as to the use of the leisure time" he said. Among the things that 1"'.e students will have to do after they graduate into the business world, and the schools do not teach were, "How to make out a relief check." This Trattler AREA OFFICERS — Area officers of the Area II student conference of Cooperative Business Education arc shown above with the speaker, Jerry Trattler of Wood River. Left to right are Stan Cox, Bethalto, vice president; Charley Nes- ello, Alton, president; Trattler; Janet Dehney, Alton, treasurer; Jim Tay, Wood River, secretary, and Jim Allen, state president of the group, of Alton. The local group met Tuesday at Civic Memorial for their second annual banquet. — Staff Photo. pointed out, is one of the thing hat a great majority of work ers do some time from th imo they start to work and re ire. Many people spend some tim at the race track during thei SCOOP! CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' SHOES Large group of Saddle Oxfords, straps and others taken from our $3.95 stocks. Sizes 5 to 8 and 8'/2 to 3 ... Very Special! SO. 44 Western Shoe Stores-Diagonally Across from Luer Bros. Science Develops New Tablet: Relieves "Hot Flashes," Irritation From Change-of-Life For 8 of 10 Tested -Without Costly Injections Boston, Mass. (Special)—Medical rectly on the cause of these science now offers women new troubles. The new tablet acts freedom from much of the mis- through a woman's sympathetic erics of change-of-life! You no nervous system to relieve the tense longer have to face those years feelings and physical distress that with dread. Today, you can have have brought unhappiness to so relief from "hot flashes," tortured many homes. Clinical tests prove nerves and other functionally- it has positive medical action, caused distress... thanks to a re- This amazing formula is now markable tablet developed espc- sold at drug stores, without a pre- tially to relieve these discomforts, scription, under the name of Doctors report amazing results "Lvdia Pinkham's Tablets." Deusing this home treatment alone veloped by the world's largest -.and no expensive injections. manufacturer devoted exclusively Irritability was calmed. Dizzi- to women's ailments! Easy-to- ness was relieved. Suffocating heat take, contain blood-building iron, waves subsided. A feeling of "well- If you are going through change- being" returned for woman after of-life, don't let it rob those years woman. 8 out of 10 women tested of joy. Start taking Pinkham's found complete or striking relief! Tablets at home today. See how Unlike aspirin and "general- fast you can feel your happy self purpose" remedies, this new for- again—without troublesome in- mula Is a unique combination of Jections! (Also liquid Lydia E. special medicines ... that acts di- Piokham's Vegetable Compound.) spare time, but the schools do not teach the correct way to lose money at the betting windows. Along with the art of spending time not working, is the art of winning at poker. Some of the youth will have to live and support a family on $10 a week. "Do the schools teach how to do this? Absolutely not." Even in the clothing business this information is very useful the speaker continued. And along the family lines, the humorist pointed out that the boys in the audience should be taught how to pick a quiet wife. "This is necessary for a good life at home when you have to spend more time there than in former years" Trattler pointed out. The art of looking stupid was vividly demonstrated so an employer would not pick the bright looking youth for extra' jobs. During the serious ending he lacked on the end was the idea that youth had a responsible position in the community in spite of their age. "Youth can and do take an active part in the ife in their own community" said. When you join a^ community, you should put some- thing back into the life of the Catholic Club At Bethalto To Meet Thursday BETHALTO — Thursday at 7:30 p.m. the Catholic Women's Club will meet in the basement of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church to plan an annual bazaar. Dec. 2 is the tentative date set for the event which will feature a turkey or ham dinner. Booths will be erected to contain displays of fancy work,' pastries and a country store. Coupled Club BETHALTO — The Couple's Club of the Presbyterian Church recently had a combination wiener roast-business meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merv Oetken. In the meeting it was decided to have a Fellowship Supper at the church Nov. 28 and it was announced that the club will be guests of the Presbyterian Young Adults Club on Nov. 3 at Moro. I To Be Toaslmaster BETHALTO - Wilbur R. { Trimpe, former superintendent! of Havana Elementary Schools, will be toastmaster at the reception honoring Sir Knight George W. Bell, Right Eminent Grand Commander of Illinois Knights Templar, to be held at Havana, Saturday. Trimpe is now superintendent of the Bethalto Community School District. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Old Weapon* The island of Timor, shared b y Portugal and Indonesia, boasts horsemen who hunt wild water buffaloes, with muzzle- loading flintlock guns. Tn the bird world the Peregrine Falcon is one of the fastest flyers, having been clocked at 175 miles per hour. area for all the good you have received during your youth, Prattler concluded. 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