Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 26, 1956 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, October 26, 1956
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20,193(5 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Bethalto Holds Nose as Sewage Plant Gives Out BETHALTO—The sewage clis- - posal plant in Bethallo has been having serious difficulties with its operation due to breakdowns, Mayor Knvin Plcgcc said Thursday. Many complaints have been received from persons who live near the plant because of the odor it has been creating. Members of the plant crew tried to eliminate the stench with chemicals, but these proved ineffective. The mayor has asked residents to be palient, since the repair work is progressing as speedily as possible. The delay is due to lack of parts for the machinery- Stock parts for the unit can not be purchased due to the bankruptcy 14 years ago of the company that built it. Therefore, all parts must be custom made and many can not be obtained in the near vicinity. Recently the water department superintendent hud to j make a special trip to Chicago in search of a particular sear, and other pieces must be ordered throughout ibr United States. Majority of tlv pruts should be received by Oct. '.''I and tin; plant should then resume normal operations within several clays. The water department \ superintendent and his men are working 'on a live phase program whereby the whole plant will eventually be revamped. The first phase of the program i* nearintj completion and the second step will bejjin soon. This is the first major overhaul of the system, and the work is [ evolving slowly since it must be financed step by step. ClubWomen MeetTonight At Bethalto BETHALTO— The Bfthallo Women's Gub will meet at 7:45 p. m. today in the Library. Mrs. Carl Barth, chairman, will have charge of the program, with Mrs. Delhert Hartley and Mrs. Gene Hasten acting as haste.s- srs. 1,'nele Dies BETHALTO - Clyde Tisdt-1, .Sr., received word Thursday morning, that his vmde, W. M. Tisdel, had died at hi* home in San Antonio. Tex. He u»s 90 years old. Clyde Tisdel, Sr. is Chief of Police. Civic Memorial Band To March in Parade BETHALTO. — Halloween night, Civic Memorial HiRh School Band will join 13 other musical organizations and 14 floats in Alton for the Halloween parade. All 70 members of the marching hand will make the trip under the guidance of the director. Krnest Opp. Ontario, a Canadian inland province noted for its freshwater fish- Ing, also lias 600 milos of salt water coastline on Hudson Bay. Bunker Hill Club Council Meets Tonight BUNKKR HILL — The Allied Club Council will meet at the City Hall at 8 p.m. today. I/wives Hospital BUNKKR HILL — Charles Rust, nine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rust, is now convalescing at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Emma Rust. Charles was discharged tins week from Alton Memorial Hospital after having been a patient there for the past five weeks suffering from rheumatic fever. Me is still confined to his bed, hut is improving. (liH'M to California BUNKKR HILL — Donald F. Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Duncan, left Tuesday from Lamlx'rt Field. St. Louis, for I/>s Angeles, Cal. He has omwlJw! in the \Voodhury Business College and will bogin his studies there in November. He received his discharge from the V. S. Navy in September after serving for four years. BunVrr Hill Notes BUNKER HILL — Fred O. Bort. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Bort. has received word that he passed the Slate Board examination and is now an apprentice barber. Fred is a junior in the local high school and attended the Barber College- at Peoria last year. BUNKKR HILL — M. S. Olm-1 stead returned Thursday to his j home in Normal, HI., after visiting several days with relatives and friends. Eleven 195-Foot Barges Ordered by Valley Line Eleven 195-foot integrated open hopper barges has r e been ordered from Dravo Corp.. Pittsburgh by Mississippi Valley Barge Line Co., St. Louis, one of the largest common carrier barge lines on the inland waterways, the firm has announced. The all-welded steel vessels, each of which has a capacity of over 14'X1 tons at 8 foot 6 inch depth, will be added to the Valley Line's fleet of more than 500 barges. The new barges will be 195 feet long, 35 feet wide and 12 fpet deep. Square sterns provide additional cargo capacity and permit tbeir integration with similar barges to reduce towing resistance. They will be used for coal, steel products and bulk cargo. They will be operated in the Valley Line's system, which includes the Mississippi, Ohio, and Illinois Rivers and their tributaries. Carrie Waggoner Store S.A. TO COMri.KTK HUi ! NK\V DAM NEXT VKAK I South Africa will complete a j $21,000,000 dam early next year— j the WemmershtK'k dam 10 miles from Paarl. It will be the largest j of its kind in HIP country — an earth wall with a clay core. An American company built a 37- mile $3,500.000 pipeline in connection with, the dam, making the pipe in a factory built lor that purpose. , Speaking of Appointments—an eyesight examination by your Eye Physician (M. D.I is the most important appointment you can make. Men at the top and those on the way up know that good vision is priceless to their success. Correspondence, statistical reports, printed matter and other business details often call for quick decision. To think clearly — you must see clearly. Make sure your eyes are fit for the job and.keep them fit with glasses from Ostertag, precision ground to your prescription. You get a better pair of glasses for less from Ostertag — serving the people of this community for more than 26 years with the finest quality and lowest prices. OSTERTAG Opticians 606 EAST BROADWAY" IIFGEN BLOG., ALTON, THESE ARE THE LADIES WHO PLANNED THIS BARGAIN PACKED DAY FOR YOU! Once a Year the Women take over the store . . , And plan ior this Outstanding Event! They have Marked Down Merchandise from Our Regular Stock. Each item is Hand-Picked to offer Tremendous Savings . . . Come in. See for Yourself. DRESSES LINGERIE Values to $8.98 DRESSES J'rints and J'a*trU In Junior and Mi»ws Sites. Values lo SS.98 DRESSES Acetate and Cotton Fabrics, Sizes 10-20. Values to $1.50 RAYON TRICOT PANTIES Klare and plastic Iff style*. Broken, sizes. SPORTSWEAR Values to S3.00 . RAYON TRiCOT GOWNS Tailored and Lace Trimmed Styles in broken sizes. Values to S4.00 LADIES' GOWNS Assorted colors in Lnce Trimmed and Tailored Styles. $199 $2" flea. S2.00 Value LADIES' SKIRTS Khaki with Black Watch Plaid Belts. Reg. S2.SS Values LADIES' T-SHIRTS Stripes and Solids. .Short and Push Up Sleeves. S-M-L. fleg. $7.38 Value CAR COATS Flnnnel Lined Corduroy Car Coats, fleg. S3.38 Value JACKETS Corduroy in Black Watch Plaid. ACCESSORIES Specially Priced LADIES' BILLFOLDS $ f 00 $| 66 $1 69 Made of Plastic with Roomy Coin Purse and Photo Card Caws. Aitsorted colors. Values to S3.50 LADIES' GLOVES Large Assortment of Famous Make Gloves. Many Styles. Values to $6.00 COSTUME JEWELRY Strictly fake with real look. up FABRICS TEENS fleg. 56.98 Value TEEN SKIRTS Plaids with 2 pockets, fleg. $3.98 Value "RESSES 7-14 in assorted cotton* and knits. $57 3 CHILDREN'S fleg. 51.19 Value CORDUROY Solid colors and prints. Values to 56.98 WOOLENS Famous name brands in a large assortment of colorn and textures, Reg. 39c Yaid PRINTED TOWELING Part Linen. 18" wide. Values (o $4.98 UPHOLSTERY FABRICS 88 c $ g-B group of colors and textures to select from. 1 98 Yard Reg. 55.95 Values GIRLS' JUMPERS 100% Wool. In sires 3-6\. Values Jo 51.98 GIRLS' DRESSES Broken Sizes. S to 6x. Assorted Cotton*. Reg. 53.59 Value BOYS' SHIRT SET Shirt—Tic— Veit In pink ajid gray combination Reg. 55.98 Value BOYS' PANTS 100% Wool in sites 3-8. $279 $4 67 $4 59 $388 BEDDING Reg. 53.98 Values BEDSPREADS Size 84x105. By Morgan Jones, Aswrted colon. Regular $5.98 Value . ' KOOLFOAM PILLOWS With sanforized washable zippercd covers. Reg. $5.98 Value SHEET BLANKETS 100% Cotton with Acetate Satin, binding. 73x90 $344 $O98 o $397 MEN'S BOY'S WEAR 99 WHITE DRESS SHIRTS «4%og Famous brand. Size* H to 17. All ileev* *r M *t*f Aluuy collar styles. Uvular aud French cuff, 2 Values (o 51-98 BOYS' CAPS For Cold Weather. Size* 6>j to 7. Values (o 57.95 BOYS' ROBES Corduroy ana llwuiej. Site* S-M-L-XU t FREE! TO THE FIRST 100 WOMEN SHOPPERS A LOVELY CORSAGE OF THE EVERLASTING ROSE FROM HAWAII ! ! Reg. 35c Values LADIES' HANKIES Wonderful Assortment of Styles and Colors LINENS Reg. 53.49 Values BATH MAT SETS Lovely «,nlicl rnlnri. N\ ith Lurex Trim. Values fo S3.98 FANCY LINENS Large sronp of fl-Piece IlnstRM Set?. 8-Piece Doily Sets and Pillow Ca>rv $466 2 Values lo $1.50 Famous. Make BRAS BATH TOWEL SET Asst. Stripes. Reg. 59c value BATH TOWEL Req. 39c value HAND TOWEL . Reg. 19c value WASH CLOTH 47c 27c NOTIONS SPECIAL PURCHASE INFANTS' CAPS Wool—Nylons—Orlons fleg. 69c Value YARN * Sock and Fingering. Washable and mothproof. Reg. SI.19 Value GARMENT BAGS Jumbo Si/f> Plastic. Colorful Bindings, fleg. $1.00 Value HI-JACKS Set of 8. Assorted colors. 47 77 66 29 C HOUSEWARES . 51-50 STRETCH Reg. 51-98 Value TRASH BURNERS Heavy rigid construction with zipper top. Reg. 98c Value OLIN FLASHLIGHTS 2-Cell I'olished brass, Reg. 51-29 Value $1 66 1 66 Reg. $1.29 Value jp^ 4^ NYLONS ALUMINUM PITCHER 88 With ice Jin. 2^-aunrt capacity. ^B^^i^ C c Seamless in Short Average and Tall With ice lip. 2H-quart rapacity, Reg. $24.95 Value 99 C Reg. 524.95 Value £ gfl ffe QQ DORMEYER MIXER »1 H°o With juicer. Only 4 left. • %lr With juicer. Only Reg. $3.98 Value CAN OPENERS Famous make —wall type. Reg. Values to $2.29 STOVE MATS 15\1B and 18\19. $1 66 4 Reg. 39c Value ANKLETS Sizes 8 Vt toll With Triple Roll Cuff f 3 pr$ s CURTAINS Reg. 15.95 Value SHOWER AND WINDOW CURTAINS 97 Heavy gauge puiklie with Gold Print. Will not ft craik or mildew, Shower Curtain 8'*6', Window Curtain 84"*5i", 3

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