THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE PILGRIM THUHDERBIRD SHIRTS OF LUXURIOUS COLORAY VISCOSE RAYON Cotton Print Sport Shirts *•' ^88 2 4 98 Color Is part of the yarn, itself! You get vibrant colors that are absolutely washfast! Buy these shirts in red or blue stripe combinations with smartly stitched Ivy style collars. In small, medium large, extra large. Foulard type cotton prints. New, popular Ivy style collar. In many colors, patterns and all sizes. Fashion Tailored flannels Hollywood styled slacks, 70% Wool 30% Orion* In medium gray, charcoal (ray anil brown. Waist sizes 28-43. 10 95 Men's Colored Cotton Handkerchiefs Men's Dress Hose . 69c ea, Pilgrim Hose Pilgrim 0For I Sizes 4-10 pit. Of food Quality cotton, handkerchief! have flat hem, corded bor~ den. (av« by buying 12. 17x17 Inch** Fine stretch nylon with extra long wearing 4 ply toe and heel. Machine washable. HEY KIDS — FREE SEARS HAS A GIFT for you when accompanied by your parents. Register NOW for Free Prize to be awarded 8:45 p. m., Friday, Aug. 31st 1—ISilvrrlonr Rrrnrrt rinyer 2—Ilnnpj suckle Drrsm 3—Bo.vville Sport (nut, 4—(i -I. ('. HiuRins Croquet Srts A loliil of ft Finn REG. 1.29 BOYS 1 BLUE DENIM JEANS ONLY Men's Denim Putter Jackets Reg. 3.98 >88 A back to school special for those first cool days ahead. Hercules denim jackets are'washable and come in a smart array of colors. Small through X large. If he's all boy he'll go for these western cut jeans. And mom will "go for" the double stitched seams and sturdy blue denim construction. Wash-fast. Max. shrinkage 1%. A back to school dollar stretcher. Reg. 2.29 Boys'Cotton Flannel Shirts NOW You would expect to pay 2.29 for these boys' washfast cotton flannel shirts in a colorful array of plaids. Sizes 10-16. New Cotton Flannel Shirts Girls' - Boys' Denim Jeans Girls' Honeysuckle Orion* Cardigans CRITICALLY ILL — Frank Nixon (above), 77, lather of Vice President -Richard Nixon, was reported critically ill in his Whittier, Calif., home (Aug. 22). Nixon flew to his bedside. His physician said his survival was doubtful. AP Wirephoto. Denims With the Grown Up Look Boys Love Sears 4-Star Feature blue denims in the popular slim fitting Westerly style. They're sanforized (won't shrink over I % ) and will give lots of wear. Size 24-26. Lit Value 97c 29 Reg. 2.49 1" Honeysuckle Dresses Boys' Shirts and Briefs -• Regularly Sells for 69c Ea. 2 For 98 y v i 1 1 e underwear is styled for active youngsters. It gives them needed freedom from bind, yet gives them support as well. Nylon reinforced ( points of stress for added strength. Save money! B Special Purchase! Boys' Argyles For Crew Knit Shirt Nylon Klilclicd for St.re.nglh 1.50 Full combed cotton socks with nylon reinforced toe and heel. Assorted washfast colors. Sizes 7 to 11. Only Popular long-sleeve crew-style knit cotton shirt, with 10', nylon blend collar. Assorted colors. 4 to 10, 98 1.69 Volut For boys or girls. Button or knit euffi on long sleeves. Washfast. Sizes: I-6X. Senforixed, max. shrink. I'/.. Boxer style jeans with copper rivets in front, bar- tacked back. Sizes 2 to 6X. Max. shrinkage 1%. Little doll mothers like these pretty sweaters. Ribbed cuffs, matching color shank buttons. *DuPont's acrylic fiber. 3-6X. To Won't she look smart in her new dress of cotton or synthetic fabrics? Colorful washfast prints and plaids in sixes 3 to 6X. Girls 'Slip Buys Uirls Sizes 7 to 14 ea. 79c Fantastically low priced. Daintily detailed — ruffled neck and armholes, flounce styling, hemstitching. cardigan sweater Orion* cardigan* In wide assortment of colors. Girl's hizes 7 to 14. •DuPom'u acrylic liber. tckool time delight! budget-priced Nylon Trim Panties Girls' Sim 7 to 14 The checkered little dress skips back to school in bright Fall colors! Choose from o big assortment in plaids, solids, stripe, or print In sizes 7 to 14. Girls' nylon trimmed panties for mb-tctii size* 7 to 14, While only. Weartested to Give Your Children the "Best Fit" With the "Most Comfort" YOUR CHOICE Biltwell 4-Star feature shoes better because: 1. Prime leather resists scuffs, shines bright. Pacifat* linings inhibit foot germs. 2 Searolite soles A Uppers stitched with • give long, hard wear. ^' strong nylon thread. These shoes have been tested with children to see that they are correctly proportioned to your child's growing feet. Stop in and see Sears large style selection. Have a Sears expert fit your child, today! Say, "Charge It" on Kuvolvinii Charge ':^K.-j kerry-teen leather like plastic jacket Kf(f. 4.98 WiVV She'll lit tltf talk of the block with thU (father-like jacket. !->'uv 7-14 — H-Itt, h' Months to ('barf* Small ServHe NASA, ALTON. PHONE 5-5511. STOREHOURS: Mm, 1 Frl, 9 t» 9 Daily 9 U $ Kiwanians To Meet Tuesday At County Seat EDWARDSVILLE. — Police Sgt. Lienemann will be guest speaker Tuesday evening at Hie regular weekly meeting of the local Kiwanis Club. The dinner meeting is scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m. in the Immanuel Methodist Church. The sergeant, a graduate of the Police Training Institute of the University of Illinois, will present to the Kiwanians 1he present needs of the local police lorce. According to national statistics, the Edwardsyilfe police lorce is' presently understaffed by six men, Police Chief Har- lung said. Mayor George Moorman Jr., speaking on the shortage, said there were no plans at present to strengthen the police force with paid help, primarily because no appropriation wat made this fiscal year for additional policemen. He did report, however, that the volunteer auxiliary police unit is expected to give more active aid to the police torce in the near future. Hospital Xoles KDWARDSVILLE. —One birth was recorded at St. Joseph's. Hospital, Highland, Wednesday; one Edwardsville area resident was admitted and nvo patients were dismissed. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rada of Rt. '1, Edwardsville, are an- nouncin gthe arrival of a 6 pound 7 ounce son, Wayne Lee, born kt 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. The infant will join one bro- Iher and one sister. Admitted was Mrs. Clara Jones of 223 Garden Si. Dismissed were Walter Wille of 723 Sheridan Ave., and Robert Eslerlein of 927 W. High St. Edwardsville Couple Feted At Farewell Dinner KDWARDSVILLE. — Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Jacobson, who will move to St. Petersburg, Fla., in September, were honored guests Wednesday evening at a 7 o'clock dinner at the Salem Parish Hall in Alhambra. The affair was a surprise meeting planned by the Illinois Chapter of the Gladiolus Society. Lloyd llosto, president, presided at the meeting. Don Starkey played several accordian selections and the Rev. Guy Mover, paMor of the Salem Eden Evangelical and Reformed Church, was guest speaker. The honorees were presented gins for tht-ir new home. Those present were from Al- hamlira, Alton, East Si. Louis, Edwardsville, Godfrey, Marine, Springfield, Champaign, and Jacksonville. Stolen Truck Hccovi-ri-d EDWARDSVILLE - Police here were notified Wednesday that a pickup truck, owned by Elmi.-r Gebhart, 025 Hancock, stolen when it was parked near his home sometime Friday night or Saturday morning, has been recovered in Washington County and was being hold in Nashville, The thief Iws not been apprehended, police said. Gebhart was notilied of ilie recovery and |X)licc Miid they had been told the vehicle WHS in "driving condition." UKTI'KN FltOM VA< V1ION EAST ALTON Mr*. Pearl Sullivan of ti">4 bowman Avf., has. returned Iroin a Iti-day trip to Lot. Angclc.-. Calif, while in Ihc ucst Airs. Sullivan's xihtcr, Mrs. Maud Adanih, died >ii Oak« land. Calil.. and Mrs. Sullivan attended il«' lunenil. Kc cak«s upward of 'M tvei iluck and nevvnil in)l«i vvwJ* drift in summer a< io*» the tic Ocean.
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