Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 31, 1955 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 31, 1955
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JAmiArW 31, !§§§ 12 Cottage HUU* Men Me For Auxiliary Police Jobs iwfffreCff COffAGE fflLLS applications for _„ '. „ the auxiliary polieetorce of Cottage Hills have been filed with Sheriff Ogle's office in Edwardsville by Robert Ford, ford received a letter from Joseph F. Kellernianti, chief deputy, that the sheriff will appoint those ^ parties Whose names and ad- place between 6:30 and ?:30 p. dresses are submitted to him tn.. today, Mrs. Mae Stanford, for auxiliary police in the matter of directing traffic. ihairrnan of the drive, has announced. The fire siren will Auxiliary police iti Bethalto, will sound at 6:30 as a signal for East A41 o n and Alton have contributors to turn on their agreed to assist the Cottage poti-h-lights. Mrs - Stanford's list of votun- with the group this week to start organizing. ief Harold f pers who are expecte d t o canto meet vass the s ^ e m m wWc ^ fhey .... Jive, are Mrs. Fifteze LeBlatic, Of training Which il* r(5 1\*nrv Tar-rant 1Ur« precludes the wearing of badges. ™ c ™*£ $£?$£ feim, series, in order, Mrs> Fern Tucker. Mrs. Minnie ««,!.*• A -, baaicjtraffic Musgroves, Mrs. Rita Cosner. fn 8 !±T,- " Ced tr f Mrs " Gemevn st «" for * Ml>s fie regulations, practice in dl- terry tank. Mrs. Mary White. Titus, and Mrs. nr«r n l r firearms drill, search and arrest E|Ipen Marsheri o. maneuvers and first-aid training. rt . u . , Since the auxiliary police wUl °' he £ !n f r f« in T?? be affiliated with the Civilian make the col ect.on are asked to Defense Com,. T> -n^A »«„. he 8t 1he Firehouse at 6 p.m. Defense Corps, Dr. David Weaver, head of the Madison County CDC, will instruct the group in CDC^principles and enroll them in the organization, when their course of training is finished. Calhoun Honor Students Listed RosemaryEwenOnlyOne With Perfect Record HARDIN.—According to figures just released by Calhoun Unit 40 High School of Hardin, one student, Rosemary Ewen, has a perfect scholastic record for the third six weeks of the school term. She scpred 5.00 points, which was tops. Rosemary was closely followed by six other students with grades of 4.80. They were Carl Housmann, Glen Ringhausen, David C a f m o d y, Genevieve Poore, Margie Hagen,,and Betty Webster. The three boys in this group are all players on this year's basketball team. Other names on the list are: Ada Nevius, Joyce Bazaillion, Carol Kellerman, Margaret Schudel, Mary C. Zipprich, Maxine Bland, Carol Coughlin, Marcella Grover, Millie Dietzman, Doris Churchman, Sue Keeton, Betty Banghart, Virginia Obst, Gene Bass, Betty Retzer, Marilyn Godar, Ruth Schudel, Peggy Zipprich, Rosemary Roth, Rita Friedel, Adaline Carroll, Tom Cottingham, Roxie Corbett, Jean Banghart, Linda Vetter, Mary Jean Devening, Claudette Charlton, Margaret" Squier, Randal] Vetter, Shirley .Foster, Paul Durr, Anna Pohlman, Muriel Kinder, Alice Grader, Bonnie Tucker, Harold Becker, Virginia Swan, Nancy Clendenny, Patsy Carroll, Roberta Miller, Theresa Klunk, Sharon Keeton, and Glenda Schulze. t ClubWomenMeet At Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD.—The January meeting of Woman's Club was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Rollin Keele, who was assisted by Mrs. J. F. Talkington and Mrs. Anhie Yahr. The program for the afternoon was in charge of Mrs. Claude Branan and Miss Ruth Sawtell. Poems were read by Ann Leach and musical selections were given by Jean'Woods and Trudy K. Long. February hostesses Will be Mrs. Elmer Keele, Mrs. Howard Talkington and Mrs. Antonie Bell. Society Plans Shower CHESTERFIELD. — Members of the Cornerstone Society are giving a personal shower for Mrs. Dale Woods Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Lorena Hounsley in Carlinvijle. MH anc Mrs. Woods lost all of their personal belongings Jn a fire a their home near Greenfield. Given House Warming CHESTERFIELD.-Mrs. Clarence Dowland, who recently moved Into her new home south of here, was given a surprise house warming Friday afternoon by members of her Sunday school, The following guests arrived with refreshments and gifts: Mrs. William Rezineck Mrs. Robert Keele, Mrs. Robeo-i Adams, Mrs, _Phoebe Mathis Miss Ruth Sawtell, Mrs, Leo Arnett and son, Mrs. Everett Adams, Mrs, Otis Fenton, Mrs Earl teach, Mrs. Myron Nixon and Mrs, Wayne Metfprd Tvnight At Hills COTTAGE HILLS - the Mfr- March on PoTio will take ALTON BVEM1K6 TELEGRAPH uMt BM f*t ft Men &A200, Jttten. S years «go, Sgt. Victor WeflsttfS of ffte Mstttm Sixth Regiment, lettered firS Waffife Sffd Serial ntflnlneit, 996443., ow the tWHStbaffifs of Ms winter fttothtng. When the regl- rtient Mtfffied from the Mediterranean some tint? later, the tpifiter issue was tamed hi. Now stationed at the Marine re* cruitin{ station here, Wensloff opened ft shipment of winter clothing he had ordered. there, neatly folded on top of the first box, was a pair o! long ondercrawers. Printed across the waistbmd was: Sgt. Victor Wens- ioff, 9116441. ft*. tnm& &a$& it ftt official greater e* tits Bafiw Metcftftftdise Mttt P««t fits cage ffi ffte MM&y ftt fftttt all men trtffi "Hi" MR! the FEAR A*r C««f fa ttM^gu. -^.-—.^^L ^—j.-^— » .I nfr I .. In According to Mrs. Stanford, help is needed in order to canvass certain areas from which no volunteer workers have come. Graf ton Mothers' March Nets $125 GRAFTON - The Mother's March on Polio here Friday evening netted $125. Those who were not at home may give their contributions at the high school gymnasium Tuesday evening where the benefit program will be held. The canvassers were: Mrs. Robert Mosby, Mrs. Kenneth Whaley, Mrs. Glenn Goodwin, Mrs. Phil Hopley, Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Arthur Wilson, Mrs. Sid Carey, Mrs. Imogene De- Sherlia, Mrs. Charles Keller, Mrs. Ray Vanausdoll, Mrs. Laverne Freeman and Mrs. Wilbur Wallace. Class Entertained GRAFTON — The Fidelis Class of the Methodist Church met Thursday night in the church annex. During the business session year books* were distributed to members of the class. Following the business session a social hour was enjoyed after which refreshments were served to 15 by Mrs. Leo Franz, Mrs. Loyd Highfill and Mrs. dark Legate. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Gordon Brown, George Wilson and Gary Brown attended the Auto Show at Keil Auditorium in St Louis Sunday. Mrs. Iva Waters, who has been a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital for the past week, returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bennett Brown, Saturday. Chesterfield News Notes CHESTERFIELD.—Peggy Sarginson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sarginson of west of Chesterfield, is a patient* at Carlinville Area Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Nixon are visiting hi Phoenix, Ariz., with his daughter, Mrs. s Sam Long and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Followell have been assisting in the care of his sister, Mrs. Lizzie Gobble in Carlinville. Mrs. Mattie Dams will be hostess Tuesday to members of St. Peter's Episcopal Guild Society and the Keller Ladies' Aid Society at an all-day meeting. Melvin W. Dams returned Saturday from Carlinville Area Hospital where he had been a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shive of Chesterfield are parents of a daughter born Thursday in Carlinville Area Hospital. Alton's Leading Department Store 8 trottl jpfieet Ml isp, fty Wpfefcs twBee « etfiel «pt« in 1955. ffeWSftfi, "Otft « fflt ti fdMf ft fftovsd ttee controls. RINTING Our ........ MAVI TOU §HN STUNS? — get htmey from a bee, ttttm froth the sea, se whs not get your printing from • printer. We will give you the service you want at & price yoti wrtt like. CALL US AT 2-0044 OtMwl wrd operated fey Adaim MI Alton fet Jre*rt Half Cefitaty, ^ capital of Iran, is gettittg feitfe m 50.000 watetJfttetefs. Business. .. Business! PRINTIN8 COMPANY fcflrt Alton, YOUNCSTOWN • AHmihimn Combination Wtmtowt • Alumlmim ComWnatton DOOTI • Aluminum Awnfngi • Alumlmim Jalouiiet ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT 00. «« Besides building the first airplane, Hie Wright brothers built a calculating machine, a home telegraph, a typewriter, balloon tires, a printing press and Inany bicycle models. S»* Phone Directory Per Your Ntareit Agent, FOSTER'S for PRESCRIPTION SERVICE TELL Your DOCTOR You Wilt Our DELIVERY SERVI8E 11.». t| 10 p.m, Dilly-Sunrfiyt IB! / I •<•« It I M, utf 4 Mil ti 10 230 EAST HOADWAY DIAL £,2832 After-Inventory CLEARANCE SALE STORE HOURS 9:30 TO 5s00 FRIDAY 9:30 TO 9:00 til CHILDREN'S COATS A VARIETY OF STYLES IN CHOICE WOOLS Broken Sizes 3 to 6x Reg. $17.95 Heg. $19.95 Reg. $22.95 Reg. $25.00 Values Values Values Values $ 12 $ 13 $ 16 $ 17 BOYS' RAINCOATS For sizes 4 to 6. Yellow or black rubber. Complete with hood. Regular $4.98 value .... * Second Floor GIRLS' PAJAMAS 2-Piece Cotton Knit in Assorted Colors. Broken Sizes 4 to 16. Heg. $2.98 Values 138 Reg. $3.50 Values Reg. $3.98 Values $r*u TOT'S CORDUROY LONGIES Boxer style in assorted colors. Broken sizes 3 to 6x. Regular $2.98 ... Second floor READY-MADE SLIP COVERS DIVAN COVERS—Solid color plushtone. Fits end looks like custom upholstered. Also printed twill pattern with pleated flounce. Values (o $26.95 $£88 O And MATCHING CHAIR COVERS Values to $14.95 And Third Floor »ft" COATS BUY NOW! SAVE UP TO ':! Save During This Final Clearance o! Classic Coats. Woven of the Season's Most Popular Wools and in Fashion's Newest Colors. Large Assortment of Styles in Nearly Every Size. Values from Values horn $39.95 to $45.00 '24 $49.95 to $69.95 '34 Values to $89.95 $54 CLEARANCE - LADIES' SPORTSWEAR • BLOUSES • SKIRTS • JACKETS ASSORTED STYLES BROKEN SIZES Values from $5.95 to $22.95 25% CLEARANCE LOUNGING ROBES and PAJAMAS • NYLONS • COTTONS • CHENILLES • CORDUROYS • QUILTED RAYON SATINS Values horn $5.95 to $17.95 25%«« 88 "DACRON" RUFFLED CURTAINS Full 6-inch cut ruiile. So easy to care for— So lastingly beautiful and fresh looking. See them todayl Size 50x81 Reg. $9.75 values ................ Size 50x90 Reg. $9.98 values . ............. .. Size 72x90 Reg. $14.95 values ................ Size 95x90 Heg. $19.98 values ................ Size 144x90 Heg. $29,95 values Third Floor $ 9 88 $ 13" $ 19 M Open a CHARGE ACCOUNT at Young's ... AND SAVE! CLEARANCE - WOMEN'S SWEATERS • CARDIGANS • SLIPOVERS • JEWEL TRIMS Wools — Nylons — Miracle Blends. Entire Stock of Nationally Advertised Styles. Values from $7.95 io $12.95 20% - SHOP EARLY FOR THESE BUYS! DRESSES Shop These Five Great Groups tionally Advertised Dresses that Value. Wide Selection of Fabrics Half Sizes. !or the Season's Most Talked About — Na- are Yours for as little as Half Their Original , Styles and Colors in Both Regular and ASSORTED LENGTHS RAYON AND COTTON DRAPERY FABRICS 48 inch width. Grten, brown and gray background with floral desigm. J?e?, $198 J Value,.. , Third Fhot Values to $10.95 Values (o $12.95 $5 $7 Values to $14.95 Values (o $19.95 Values (o $21,95 ONE GROUP WASHABLE COTTON HOUSEDRESSES FAST COLOR PRINTS IN A VARIETY ( BROKEN SIZES PRINT ind SOLID COLOR CORDUROY For jackets, jumpers, skirts and other eporUwtar, Delightful colors and prints Values bom ,,,,,•,,, ..,,,,,,...,,, 51,59 te 61,69 . PRINTED OUTING FUNNEL Ideal tor sjwpwtar (and ChUdito't Ylt *M««M««M*ff«MiMMi' 1W Flaei $g $11 POPULAR STYLES, 2 S6W AND SAVE , , , ASSORTED DRESS FABRICS Many patterns to cheese from in cotton sheers, winttr cottons and rayons and aw atea. . Values io 89s thud Floor OUTING FUNNEL In Soft Pafilil Sbadi» width. At?* 39c yd, TWid Float Values to $3.90

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