Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 44
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 44

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
Page 44
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 strapless bro — waist whittler — garter belt — ALL IN ONE! NEW GAY-LIFE Brasseliere by farm fit full «ViriH ircntnR la.'lnon* with nr» rtriii-iiii-nl . . . FortnfiO Mirh»ntinj> (.ay'- ltr.i»- trliftf] Klrvalm. vparnlr*. rr|iivrn;ilct tfm htiMlinft- alien* ihr »«i>i — flattens »ncl fangthrn* fh* mifllinr. . s rmmih fitting and fabulously rnmfnrUihl*, in n\lnn tuffpM with rmbrniHcrrd nvlnn r.hiflnn (nut, fla.Mu i/rd nylon Riftrqiiitttte lack, 4 ^ To Honor Pastor At Greenfield HOT>«T Srf Smtrlay At Parsonapc f;RKKNKIKf,r> - Mrs. K. Mayor, a.ssi.slrrl by mrmbrr.l of ihn Wnmrn's Sorlr-ry of Christian Sorvirr>, v.-ill rntortain at opon hotis^ Tuesday at the Mrth- orlist pnrsnnagp in obsprvancp of IhP RPV. Mayn's birthday and in appropriation of (ho rprrnt re- rtpforatinR of ho parsonaRp. Thp hours wi'l tip from 2-4 p m. anrl 7-10 p m. All friends snrl mrmbrrs of fhf rjiirrhr-s are invitpd !o atlr-nd The RPV. Mayo is pnstor of thf f'.rppnfipld, Rock- >md Rubicon Methodist FOUNDATIONS Second F/oor SHOP 'TIL 9 P. M. TONITE rim* l'nrty flRKKNKIKM) Marilyn Thn\lim onlprtainffl mombPrs of hr-r Sunday SrhfKil rlass and the tPHchrr. Mrs. William Stringer i at HM fvisfpi' party Tupsdny af- tf'tnoon. Kifk'f>n Hiildrpn allrnd- rrl HIP pflHy \vhlrh tw/k place in tin- basprnfnl rrrrfallon rooms at Ihp homr of hrr parpnts, Mr. and Mrs. Version Thaxton. 1'lnn KHHter Breakfast ORKKNFIKLD -- Members of the Tnilhseeket-s class of the j Haplisl Churi-h and their fam- j ilins will moet. in the chiirch so- i itil rooms for iireakfasl follow- ini; (In 1 sunrise Kaslor service Sunday iwirnintf. ,M(>lliiitll>4l .Mm to of the Melh(xlist Men's Group will he resumed at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday In the church social rooms. OrwnfteM Notes GREENFIELD - Pvt. Donald Masters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters, has b"en transferred from F't. tx?e. Va., to fhp White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexiro. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stringer have been spending several days at the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Stringer, en route to their home in Detroit, Mich., following a vacatin trip to Florida, 'i The Stringer families were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stringer during their visit here. Mr. and Mrs. George Clampitt have returned to their home here after spending the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Ted Overbeck, and family In Granite City Mrs. Earl Converse. Mrs. Maurice L. Melvin, Mrs. Orville Griswold, Mrs. Hilbert Berker, nnd Mrs Byron Hill .Ir.,'n!tend- fd the night meeting of the Carlinville chapter Order of Easier Star Tuesday night. Mrs. Convprsp, worthy matron of the Greenfield chapter, served as guest associate conductress. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Fosse and David and Janet of Springfield visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sousley during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Brnwn returned to their home in Licking, Mo. Monday night after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Giarles Burroughs. Ceylon In 19M sold .Wfi.OOO pounds of pnpnin (an enzyme made from papaya juice) mostly to United Stales firms, Colombo reports. MADE UP easier boskets and novelties 39',,T» Eatler treats for the whole family. Ntwberry'i batkelt . ere filled with fun. Chooie / from a wide selection. jelly beans 251 Fill Easter basked with Ihes* delicious jelly beam priced so low you con really be generous. DECORATED CHOCOLATE easter eggs t easter baskets $1 fo I Give the Vidi an Caller surprise . . o baiker heaped »*ith Eoiter goodiei. SALE-FRIDAY-SATURDAY SPECIAL EASTER SAVINGS Iti-K. 30a I'miucd MARSHMELLOW EGGS Beautifully colored Easter Eggs for all your basket needs. Supply limited, I • I hurry! * * U Lb 27 Tfi* fin*tl, Best Wearing/ F*affier-5off Fabric Run. S2.U8 1, allies' 80 S«i. PERCALE DRESSES New Styles, First Quolity, Seven Different Styles. Sizes 14-44. As- sortment of colors. $144 1 Ladles' SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Over 50 different styles. Most com- plete selection in Alton. All sizes. Many popular colors. BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Reg. $2.39 value. Cellophane wrapped. Doz &* INFANT'S BAREFOOT sandal Comfortable ploy shoes with white elk leath. « er uppers, rub- * ^ ft"? ber soles. Kra- 1 H I le< line. Sites • 5 •»!- I pr. A,******: WtV.?• A\iW'v.. .,...,. V \.J BOYS gabardine pants Thete smart sanforized trou< ters match the above shirt. Elastic back. Brown, navy, dk. green. 3-8. TWO-DAY SPECIAL GlrU' PLAY SHORTS fllrl*' MIDRIFT SI/.K !i - B Iloth for Only 'c # «• «C- L;; bra buy! FOAM RUBBER And cotton. No pads, no puffi. Entire cup zigzag ititched. White only. 32-38 "AA" and A cups. Beautffuffy Trimmed with Yokes of Frothy Lace Carefully made ... luxuriously trimmed . . . lovely to look at . . . wonderful to wear! Everyone who sees them loves these fine crepe gowns. They're *» pretty and so very practical because they wear and wash perfectly. In lush and lovely pastel shades: Pink, Blue. Maiie, and Seafoam. /> * lotfits' Prt-ttrwi* Mit*B*ti*ti CAMISOLE ><!•*> fcMlf, «•«• •Iropi a»d r»k« lac*4 ribbon lor 001 m ' £m CHILDREN'S w socks color mtretrijed WJton, Wojh. f«t>> pe»t|l|, whlt» ond dgrk t f<W*"-.. 1\V ' \ k^ x\\ *./'"•• • ~i CHILD'S RAYON PANTIES 9 bur tricot clu»- tic waiktband, coutrttkliuy rotb, Juc* i 11» B r t k, while, blue. 2 to 1*. 1C CHILDREN'S rayon blouses »^59 Suet 3 fo I |Sim 10 to U ''ie woihobli fobrici In A complei* blo«»» « 0 idr 0 be coili to linlt QI Ne«vbe"y tl Comt in loday ^ ^*ri"\\ W H ^ /^ iA r^ •^» sheer nylon ClOVES & Monday Nite Until 9:00 p. ro, cvfftfhot fl^l a . r * . v>t *.f|y ^ H^| charming. White •nly UNCLE DICK SLACK KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST! TWO BIG EASTER SPECIALS INETTE DELUXE! ALL CHROME! PLASTIC TOP! » Includes Hostess Chair IVIother-of-Pearl, Mai WAS $ 129 95 ze 36" x 48" • 7 Beautiul Pieces! x60' Proof Plastic Top! This terrific saving; can he yours if you ct NOW! 'Hits wonderful offer is for 11 limlliMl tiiiH- only. I'rifc inrli table, C inutchiiiff aide clinirs, VLUS chrome! All for I"•••• i-.iur•• .-lot liHislic t«|)!)ed hostess cbair. In gleaming: Trade-In Allowance For Your Old Sit REMEMBER, FOLKS - YOU PAY NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES ON ANYTHING YOU B U Y AT SLACK'S! ON FURNITURE, WASHERS, REFRIGERATORS, ANYTHING! YOU SAVE $30 - S4O- $50 AND MORE, DEPENDING ON THE ITEM AND THE LENGTH OF TIME YOU TAKE TO PAY - IT'S ANOTHER EXTRA SAVING AT SLACK'S! SAVE $ 00 ON THIS PHILCO / '"^ r-s^.x-.^iwis '"'"iiiiiiibSi v**p,yvr."$.-yr-< ^ ALL-CHANNEL BASEBALL SPECIAL FORMERLY S389.95 rrrrrr SEE ALL 77 CARDINAL ROAD GAMES TELECAST STARTING TODAY! BRAND NEW 1954 MODEL Has qll the de luxe Philco features! The famous Philco Golden Grid chassis, the greatest power plant ever offered in a TV set! Built-in UHF-VHF aerial and the exclusive Philco tuner that lights your line of vision when you view set from your chair. With beautiful hand-rubbed African striped mahogany cabinet. Also available in handsome blond. ANY FURNITURE PURCHASE OF $28.00 OR MORE UNCLE DICK SLACK WILL GIVE YOU DOUBLE TRADE-IN, ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD SET! FREE OIFTS WITH PHONE ALTON 3-M19 203 w. TH:RD ST. ALTON, ILLINOIS SLACK OPEN EVERY FRI, AND MON. NIGHT 'TIL 9 •:* DOWNTOWN ALTON

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