ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956 Summer Fall Social Saturday » GODFREY — Fall Sooinl and ctiili supper will he hold Saturday, slarting !i p.m., al Summer- finlrl School on Rt. 300. Foalurrd at Ihc social will be' novelties, homemade candy, NAVY BOUND — James Hodge, left, receives a gift from Judy McMonigle and Robert Moss the same from Joyce Flowers at a community party given by the two girls for the boys who will leave Cottage Hills for the Navy Saturday. Live music by Morris Barney and two guitar players provided the rhythm for an evening of dancing for the 35 community youths assembled. Moss is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moss and Hodge's parents are. Mr. and Mrs. James Hodge, both of Cottage Hills area.—Staff Photo. Godfrey Police Order Crack Down on Halloween Vandals Britain has an $80,000,000 contract to build a giant steel plant in West: Bangal. GODFREY — Godfrey police officers today ordered a crack down on vandalism through the Halloween season. Constable Charlie Miller said that special vigilance would be instituted to keep down work of pranksters and vandals. Special patrols would be placed on the roads to prevent "the type of Halloween mischief that many times in the past has led to definite harm and property damage," Constable Miller said. The announcement was in conjunction with another statement that special deputies and constables are re-instituting a concentrated watch for traffic violators. A crack down several months ago resulted in improved conditions on three major roads where violations were increasing, Humbert, Godfrey road and Rt. 100. Special attention was given at the time to motorists who broke laws In regard to school buses. Godfrey Student Makes Honor List GODFREY—Miss Vlada Rous- Beff of Godfrey has been placed on the Dean's List at Monticello College. Miss Rousseff earned the honor by maintaining a 3.4, or higher, average in the semester which ended last spring. Announcement of the list was made earlier this week. Miss Rousseff was one of several academically superior students who were honored at the Dean's dinner at Monticello. She is in her second year at college. The student also was selected recently to' sing in the 29-voice college choir. The choir, under direction of Robert Oldham, chairman of the college music department, sings* at regular vesper services at Monticello and makes appearances on various programs in the area. Miss Rousseff is the daughter of W. Vladimir Rousseff, chairman of the Monticello art department, and Mrs. Rousseff. Bolivia, seeking more efficiency in Its nationalized mines, will employ technicians. Teslime Nine, Turkey's oldest woman, died at 126 in her native village of Aspun. WEEK-END FLOOR COVERING SPECIALS 6 K 9-FT. Vinyl-Coated, Felt Base RUGS Assorted Designs with Borders $3.59 VALUE! $<59 2 EACH 35c 9 x 18 In. RUBBER STAIR TREADS 499 Colorful, 18 x 36-ln. Felt ease MATS Plonk- *• ^^ C 13 COOK'S PAINTS » W, BKOAmVAY The, Morman Church was organized by Joseph Smith in New York state in 1830 before moving j to Utah. JET Furniture Exchange 1724 K. Uroatdway. Dial 6-5441 Invite? you to attend a rumnmge r.nle held by Bethalto Methodist Church October 2B and 27. Surprisingly I,ow Prices on Used Furniture WHEN YOU BUY— Buy at Home WHEN YOU FINANCE— Finance The "Wedge Plan" Way Hayride Tonight For Sport Club in Godfrey GOttFRKY-Alton-Wood River Junior Sportsmen ,\vill go on a hayride tonight. Members are asked to meet at the club on Godfrey road at 7 o'clock. The ride will last until about 10 o'clock. Vera Laplace, native of the Leeward Islands in the British West Indies, won the gold medal for nursing efficiency at St. John's Hospital in London this year. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily fancy work. Besides chili, homemade pie and cake, coffer, soda, ice cream and hot dogs will be served. The event is sponsored by the Parent - Teacher Association. Proceeds will be used for the pupils at the school. We Have Seme Beautiful New Planters— All Kinds Ideal for OiftR $ i.oo Rexroat Flower Morkef Stint E. Bro>dwiiv Dial '!-M.1!> O|>M1 Evening* and Sunday Use Your Charge Account STORE nouns— TUPS., Wed., ThtiM., Sat, fl-8 Monday 10 a. m. to 0 p. nit Friday 9 ft. m. to 0" p. tn. Special Purchase SALE! We Have Purchased 200 Famous Name Nationally Advertised DRESSES Failles, Crepes, Wools, Gabardines. Sizes 7 to 15, 10 to 20, 12V 2 to 24 3 / 2 . You Will Recognize the Labels... 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