Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1954 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 14, 1954
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1054 Aprons or Snndrrss ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Apron op sundress of remnants . So handy, sew-easy. Wrap and tie to cinch waist— open flat to iron. Note colorful flower embroidery! Sew-Easy Pa Hern 520. Si/es Small (10,121; Medium (14,16); J^arge (18,20). Pattern pieces, embroidery motif. State size. Send 25 rent* In rolns for this patlprii — ailU five cents for each imllorn for flrst-rlass mailing. Scud to Alloti Telegraph, fifi, Nprdlecraft Dppl., I'.O. Ho.v 1«l, Old Chelsea Stalinn, New York 11, N. Y. I'rlnl plainly Valtern Number, your Name, and Ad- Don't miss our Laura \yiieeler ia r S4 Needlceraft Catalog! 79 embroidery, crochet, color-transfer and embroidery patterns to send for— plus four complete patterns printed in book. Send 20 cents for your copy today! Ideas for gifts, bazaar sellers, fashions. Sundress '/»' Bolero 4665 Prinoess style! It's the now style ot the season! You'll be thrilled—it's the most becoming, the easiest to sew. This simple dress with its own smart bolero is country-cool and city-slick. You'll wear it everywhere! Pattern 4665: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42. Size 16 dress and bolero 4% yds 35-in.; % yd. contrast. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. .Send 35 cents In coins for this pattern—add five rents for each pattern for tirst-clasH mailing. Send to ANNN ADAMS, carp, of Alton Telegraph, 177, I'altern I»ept., 243 W. J7th St., New York 11, N. V. I'rlnt plainly Name, Addregft, Si/.e and Style Number. The Cheroke Indians once controlled more than 50,000 miles ol territory in eastern America, UJRTCH REPfllR Quick Service All Work ' Guaranteed FREE! INSPECTION We'll check U while you wait . . . without charjje ... on a WATIH-MASTEK! We use only genuine part*, Engraving done . , . while you wait! Charge It to your Based on the new 50% Cut in Excise Taxes smnounccs on all 1954 Philco Refrigerators, Electric Ranges and Home Freezers The new 1954 Philco Home Appliances are » now greater values than ever! Visit Dennis Bros, at once and BUY NOW AT BIG SAVINGS! T HE passage by Congress of the Excise Tax Reduction Bill clears the way for Dennis Bros, and Philco to announce sweeping new low prices effective immediately. Probably nowhere in the market places of America will the savings from the reduced Excise Tax count more than in the purchase of the equipment for the workshop of the woman - the busy, productive American kitchen! And it is here that Dennis Bros, and Philco announce terrific savinsrs - today - in the form of new record-low orices on *11 the advanc*-*ngineer- ed 1954 PMJco Aromatic Refrigerators, Electric Ranees and Home Freezers. For example, with these smashing reductions, you buy the fully automatic Philco Refrigerator at u p t o $140.00 less than last year's lowest priced automatic models. And Philco brings you the industry's finest 8 cubic foot model with the famous Philco Dairy Bar-now at the price of a 7. All the great 1954 Philco advances, like the sensational 2 -Way Door that opens from either side... the beautiful Golden Automatic... the exclusive Philco Dairy Bar . . . which were announced early this year as the greatest values on the refrigerator market are now greater values than ever! Yes, you can own a brand new 1954 Ph»J"o Refr'^erato*'-not an out * rMed last year's model-now for as little as $189.95. Be sure to stop in today and let Dennis Bros, show you how much you can save if you buy now! The daring new price reductions apply clear up a n d down the entire line of Philco Automatic Refrigerators, Philco Electric Ranges and Philco Home Freezers. Now more than ever don't settle for less than a Philco! LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES DEIMIS BROS. 300 EAST BROADWAY-ALTON. ILL. TAKE UP TO 2 YEARS TO PAY

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