Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE ALTOiN EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956 Honor E. B. Wliitcomb Piast IxxlgF No. 27 A.F.X.-A.M. *111 observe a 26th Annual Pass! Master's Bancjtift Saturday at thp | Allon Masonic Temple. 300 State' St, Brother Edwin B. Wliitcomh, 402 E. Broadway, of St. Paul (Minn.) Loden N'a 3, a Master Mason of 50 years, will receive his ISO-\ear pin. The Ivodpe will open at 2 p.tp and a 3rr1 rerrr will bo conferred in the afternonn by all the Pasl Masters. A roast href dinner nil; be srrved by the ladies of the O.E.S. 773 from ."i tr> 7 o'clock. • Guest speaker for the evening Mi or 804-06 EAST BROADWAY—NEAR SPRING STREET PRICE! SALE! 393 Pairs of Ladies' Dress Shoes. Direct from the factory. Values to $6.00 $^.99 INCLUDED AT $2.99 AND $4.95 DIS*ITt Regular S4.95 and ICIIslL! $8.95 Values LADIES' ARCH SHOES An Assortment of Heel Types SCOOP! CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' SHOES Large group cf Saddle Oxfords, straps and others taken from our $3.95 stocks. Sixes 5 to 8 and 8Vz to 3.. ^ Very Special! MEN'S $6,50 DRESS OXFORDS $4.95 MEN'S S6 WORK SHOES $3.95 LADIES', MEN'S $2,95 FLATS $1.99 LADIES' $3,95 PENNY LOAFERS $2.90 Alton's Oriijinnl Cut-Rale, Shoo Store for 30 Year*. ' nn i o 2 44 MACSHORE CLASSICS SEASON'S STAND-1 $098 Smart girls just wouldn't think of making a move this season without the fashion assurance of a MACSHORE CLASSIC. This, in DRIP-DRY dacron and pima (it never really demands ironing) with the softest array of lace on convertible collar and cuffs. White, pink ... all with white lace. Sizes 30 to 38. Rising to new fashion heights, this fluid coat of Crusama (20% cashmere, •80% wool) holds a straight pose in front . . . flares a bit in back with fullness smartly captured by brief tab belts. Deep set sleeves taper to fitted cuffs. So f t rounded collar above four- button closing, Embroidered milium satin lining. Sizes 8 to 18. AUo Pepper Tweed*. Itegulur kizek 8 to 18. 1'etlle »i/.e» 0 to 14. 108W. JrdSf. To Open -New ftond Ed wurdsvillc 'Bottleneck 9 To Be Relieved Friday KrK\ni-ds\'ille is scheduled to be relieved Friday when the final portion of a four-lane strip, ex- lending from a point just northeast he Rev. Harold L. ten. [ of the Wordrn \Vye and connecting KrttVARnSVII.LK — The traffic holtleneck on V. S. Highway 6fi through and al the approaches to North Alton News Dr. Vance Conducts W. C. Clark Kites With Dr. K. J. Vance, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, of- What lias'irmnenrd to the de- Su'e Ann "Miiispaiieh." Carnations! | Dialing, funeral rile, were con° duclc(1 at ' m ' tot " Hv in Mor ' Thone S-fifi»t Ext. 2R Shopping Ci-ntcr To Be Finished? treasurer. Patrol leaders are Cynthia Seymour, Foreget-Me- Knots; Sandra MeCormick, Marigolds: Kathleen Clifford, Roses: K irls n nde plans for h ' at row-Quinn Mortuarv for William • velopment of the proposed topping renter, on .lersevville road,; "^"''"R party Nov. :i, .., opposite Vnv.rntev.' This ques-i "".or SkMling rink, in which all C. Clark SO. rehreri \\est End tinn was asked this urek by two fillh nml sixth grade Rirl S1 . OU|8 j mrrchanl. Mr. Clark died Ihiirs- persons who phoned in news. ! Greenville, the Illustrious Grand Chaplin nf the Grand Council of Renal Selec! Masters of I he Slate of Illinois. with west of Tro\. opt n to traffic. It is a 17-mil about a half "mile be officially section and. ac- Something To Cheer About! The Biggest Thing for NORTH ALTON Coming Soon! rordins to an earlier announcement by Gov. William G. Stralton. will "eliminate Hie bottleneck" around Kdwardsville. Siratlon said the new strip will he the final link in a four-year lo modernize the Chicago i to St. Lnuis thoroughfare. The new section, according to the governor's aiiivuuieenient was completed at a cost of $7,165,620. Thr two largest volcanoes in (he world are Chimborazo and Cotopnxi—bolh in South America. Ecuador In (,-ike part. They are also (day. in an intensive short! Organ selections were by Mrs. delivery date set for Several weeks ago the founda- : c: . tion was poiirod. some dirt work''I'''™ '" sell^ girl scout ealen- j AUred^laylon. done and some malprial deliver- (Iars w ed. Now. apparently at. a stand- Nov. 1. still on the development, rum-j Work toward second class badgers persist as to whether the i es was done by Ihe troop, find Interment in Alton Cemetery- was under auspices of Piasa Lodge. A.F. & A.M. Participating in the rites were F. L. Clark, worshipful master: F. E. Harris, chaplain, and William L. Camp, secretary. Pallbearers, all Masons, were Jesse Ferrer. Edward Eisner. Waller Heidernan. William Den- Ion, HIi Greer. and Harden Reed. V.S. Trees More than 1.000 species of trees grow in commercial forest lands of the I.'niled Stairs, hut most of the nation's Inn.her needs are supplied by about ;>."> species. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Revenge DALLAS, Tex. R> — Elton An- yett leaned against a dog catcher's truck to chat with the dog warden. A dog reached through the wire door and bit him, he (old police. CALLOUSES! TorHicvcpninfnlcnlloiifWS, burn-I Ing or tpndornrw nn hoi lorn of fent f flnrf remove rnflouwf*—gvt thfw thin, RonfhrnR. cushioning pndfl D- r Scnol/s lino-pads center will be completed or not. Some of the rumors concern purchase of more ground: some is an original design for the front cover of a book of leaves. The meeting was dismissed that failed to complete I wilh taps, following announce- th* application transactions tor ; ir.ent that the next meeting would space, and one that more press- j be Oct. 3J, at the Sundcrland ing eonslructin was being done j home. by the contractors in other ar- [ eas. : Paiire Friday Booster and Auxiliary dance However, one resident said the; will bo Friday, 8:30 p. m. at brick contract had been let, al-; Norlhside Shelterhouse. Roscoe though no- move to erect the I Stiles will furnish music. Re- ALL LEE SHOPS feature Iff as popwlar as a tune that tops the hit list! FAMOUS STYLE *'5G2" E»wnr on* wbo *mn it mgt Its pnis«*... loves (he firmnni •f K« glamour-lid; marvel* «1 such wonderful fit in a br» wMh M unali a price tag. It't Hitched under the cups, and rtmlorcfti to star in shape and p-« you X* (•£ (KfUmoar phM •an/art.) center has been made. With cold weather approaching the ties in the foundation look like lonely sentinels. At first the sentiment seemed to be that the center would create a traffic problem, or noise nuisance. In conversations recently with nearby residents, Ihe sentiment seems to be tha. the cent- freshmenls will be available. KK Mothers Club Tarty Mothers Club. Rufus Easton School, are continuing plans for their card parly, luncheon and pastry sale to be held at the school Nov. 1 at 1-.'iO p.m. Tickets, at ".") cents each, may be obtained through club members, pupils or at the door. Indiana (>iiest'.< Mrs. John Crecelins and son. Bill, of Princeton, Inl. a'-e guests in Alton visiting with her brother er would be a progressive addition to (he neighborhood — when it is completed. Pack 7 Friday Cub Pack 7 will nfect at 7:30: and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. p. m. Friday at Elm Street j Wayne Sutherland, 1820 Woodland Presbyterian Church. All cubs ; and sisler. Miss Jewell Sutherland and parents are urged lo attend, j of 2220 Jiidson Ave. They will re- .Tr. Girls Party I turn lo their home Sunday. fine bnoAcMk. m A tup. 32-36. B tup J3*»0; C tup 32-42.., Get Yours Ar Any LEE SHOPS Junior Girls VFW, will have a Halloween party Friday 7:30 to 10 p. m, at Veterans Memorial Center, Delmar Road. The girls will be masked. Refreshments will be served. Sunday al 1 p. m. the members are asked to be at the center to help decorate float that will be entered in the Halloween parade. Plumbs Visit Here Dr. Carl Plumb, optometrist, Mrs. Plumb and daughter, Nanette, of Owensville, Mo. were guesti Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Plumb of 1200 Logan St., and Mrs. Anna Wolf of Holland street. 'Until about a year ago, the Plumbs lived in Alton, where Dr. Plumb maintained an office on Milton Road. Mrs. Plumb and daughter remained for a sveek's visit, planning to return to Owensville at the end of the week. Also a guest in the Plumb home, Tuesday and Wednesday, was Claude Plumb, who is ah electrical appliance salesman. He had come to St. Louis from his home in Chester, to attend a salesman institute. Claude is a brother of C. A. Plumb. Troop 3)i Elects Girl Scout Troop 32, Rufus Easton School, held its first meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of the leader, Mrs. J. E, Sunderland in Fairmount. Elizabeth Sunderland was elected scribe, and Linda Lou Roberts, Visit Son, Miss Deluge Accompanied by Miss Glenda Taylor, Glemvood avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Edward llenschler of 615 W. Delmar Road returned early this week from Texas, where they visited with their son, Jim, 18, at Sheppard Field. Airman Henschler, who completed basic at Lackland AFB, Texas, is in finance school. The Henschlers arrived in Texas Friday only to find that the biggest rain in six years, had deluged the area the day before. "We had to return to Allon to get warm", Mrs. Henschlec said. This probably shattered their conception ot all the nice things said about the state thy the natives). Justifying the downpour, no doubt, the Texans, were ready to say—"Of course it was a big rain—that's the only kind we have in Texas." (Too bad some of the thirsty fields nearby here aren't receiving the much needed moisture;—or are the elements waiting for Halloween?) 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