Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 19, 1954 · Page 3
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MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Calhottti Post Offices Will Not Be Closed WARDIN-Attorney Ralph J. Moses, who is secretary of the Brussels Chamber of Commerce, has received a letter from Congressman Sid Simpson that the post offices at Meppen nnd Golden Eaglft will not be closed. ' It has been reported for several months that these two offices and the one at Belleview In North Calhoun would be discort- .tinued In a few months. An order had been put through already for the closing at Meppen, but Simpson informed Moses that •the order had been rescinded apd that none had been or would be issued on Golden Eagle. The Belleview post office has been in existence since 1831. Postmaster Raymond Sunbrack has notified the department that he U retiring this year, but no orders for discontinuing the office have been made public. Geologist Party Visits Calhoun HARDIN—Two busloads and 15 or 20 automobile loads of people who belong to the American Association of Petroleum Geologists visited Calhoun County Friday afternoon. They came from their annual convention which was held at St. Louis. The party came up from their luncheon stop at Pere Marquette and crossed the Hardin bridge. They traveled down the bluff and made stops at the Monterey School and at Meppen, where 1hey made short walks to study rook formations. From Meppen, they went south a short distance and then crossed over to the Beechville community and up the we*st side to Wes Point ferry where they spen some time before coming up to Batchtown and making the re turn trip to the Hardin bridge. The beautiful rocks and bluffs are just commonplace sights to local citizens, but they are un doubtedly very interesting to geologists. K Cs to Sponsor Spelling Contest the district will t* entitled to enter two contestants to be sel- >cted from seventh and eighth grade stndenta. Contests trill be conducted In the focal pi Irishes Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily WE SAFEGUARD YOUR HEALTH For your family's protection, let us fill your doctor's : prescriptions with precision. • 100% Precision • Fresh Drugs • Efficient Fast Service "Prepared for You" , WARDEN PHARMACY Free Delivery 2510 STATE ST. DIAL, 3-5313 Event Slated May 2 Cartinville High CARLINVILLE - The Central Illinois Chapter of the Knights of Columbus will sponsor n spelling bee to be held at the Carlinville Community High School at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 2. There will he no charge for admission and the public is invited to attend. Each of the eight councils in to determine each council at resontatives. The contest tect the Carlinville entrants will take place at St. Mary's hall on Sunda.v, April 25. The member councils s rep- to se- parish of the Central Illinois Chapter are Carrollton. Jerseyville, Farmersville, Litchfieid. Staunton, Gtlles- | pie. Virden and Carlinvilte. A new oil refinery and several mining projects are on Greece's 1954 arronda. Easiest embroidery—simplest sewing—prettiest dress! Mom, it opens flat—iron it in a jiffy! Jse gay remnants, make one with embroidery—another without! Pattern 583: Children's ,Sizes, 2, 4, 6,' 8, 10. Tissue pattern; embroidery transfer. State size, Send. 25 cents in coins (or this pattern—add five cento for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old CnVlsea Station. New York 11, K. ¥. Print plainly Pattern Number, your Name, and Address. Don't miss our Laura Wheeler 1954 Needlecraft Catalog! 79 embroidery, crochet, color-transfer and embroidery patterns to send for — plus 4 complete patterns printed in book. Send 20 cents for your copy today! Ideas for, gifts, bazaar sellers, fashipns. TeDeum to Hear Dr. G.F.Donovan Dr. George F. Donovan, cultural affairs attach* of the American Embassy at New Delhi, India, will address Alton Te IJeum Wednesday. He will speak at a dinner meeting in Old Cathedral parish hall. Dinner will be served at 6:30. He will speak on India, its international role, its internal affairs, and Communism in Its relationship to the Indian and the American mind. Dr. Donovan is a graduate of Boston College and did graduate work at Harvard University and at St. Louis University where he gained his doctorate in philosophy. He has taught at Rockhurst College, Kansas City; St. Louis University, Notre Dame, Ka Xavier University in Cincinnati, and served as president of Webster College, St. Louis. tir. Donovan served in the federal office of education, was chairman of the Kansas City regional war labor board, and a consultant in cultural studies for the Department of State. He has represented the State Department in Germany, Paris, Dublin, Frankfurt and Berlin. A survey of land utilization in Northern Ireland, on which 1,000 volunteers have been working for 17 years, is about to be published, Belfast learns. CUSHION ARCH AND HEEL t RED • BLUE H to 3 $244 •HOE DEPT. Mao /Joor Scholarship Exam Slated April 24 At Cartlnettle CARLINVILLE - Macoupin County Superintendent of Schools Charles E. McGee ha* announced that the annual University of II- will he Riven at the courthouse in Carlinville from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. April 24. There will he an hour intermission for lunch. This is the first time for the examination to be given in April, the date having been changed from the first Saturday i« June to the last Saturday in April by the last session of the General Assembly. The following scholarships are awarded through these examina- j Uions: county scholarship; schol- ' orship for children of veterans of World War I; scholarship for children of veterans of World i 1 War II; scholarship for children! j of veterans who served between | I June 25, 1950. and the termina-1 j tion of the national emergency j proclaimed Dec. 16, 1950. To be eligible for any of these scholarships the applicant must have been a resident for one year of the comfy In which the examination is written. The county scholarship cannot he awarded to anyone who has had college work beyond high school. The agriculture and home economics scholarships may be awarded to qualified candidates who have completed high school or who have had college work in some institution other than the University of Illinois. High school graduates must rank fh the upper 50 per cent of their graduating class ano> college students must have average 15 points above passing in their college work to qualify. Scholarships for children of war veterans may he awarded to any candidate who has complpt- ed high school, or who havr had college work in the University of Illinois or elsewhere. No minimum average in hiph school or college work is required for these scholarships. Students who plan to take tho examination should notify the county superintendent of schools. Slaughter of carahaos fwater buffalo) has been banned by the Philippines. The Temple of WingleS! fory, on the Acropolis fn Grtfcrt, was built to commemorate tt* three great victories over tfti Persians in ancient times, * Marathon (490 B. C.), at Sslmt* (480 B.C.), and at Plates (419 B.C.). Frith lakitf fiuft §lflf Birthday-Wedding dint CNtt Specialty. Ampls Parttint AviftaMfc DUKE BAKCRY Corner Mil md Alton's Leading Department Store CHILDREN'S DRESSES sizes 1 to 3—3 to 6X—7 (o 14, A isortment—Greatly Reduced I and Girls in Finest Spring DELORES BRAS Nylon padded bra with straps. Sizes. 32 to 38 — A. B. Cups Reg. $4.00 Value Nylon lace padded bra in strap and strapless styles. Sizes 32-a to 36-b. Reg. $5.95 Value . . FOUNDATIONS-Second Floor LOVELY SPRING FASHIONS FOR THE JUNIOR SET AND THEY'RE ALL AT A PRICE THAT'S AS EASY TO TAKE AS A TAX REFUND 1 after Easter clearance off Roomy Supple Handsome PIECES FOR COATS AND TOPPERS $ 1 For Girls — Broken Sizes 1 to toys and Toddlers. ) —3 to 6X —7 (to 14. $ 5" $799 99 99 Reg. $8.98 Value . . Reg. $10.98 Value . . Values to $16.98 . *1 Values to $25.00 . Ji See and Shop Our New Improved Children's Department Today! Second Floor PLASTIC AND GENUINE LEATHER IN A HOST OF STYLES AND SEASONAL COLORS. Reg. $2.98 $O 44 Values •£ Reg. $1.98 SI 44 Values JL Main Floor BOYS' WHITE DRESS SHIRTS Attractively Gift Boxed French Cuff Shirt with matching tie and cuff links. Sizes 6 to 12. Newest designs and shapes in gem-like colors ... stones, simulated pearls, sparkling rhinestones and ice cool summer white jewelry. Gigantic assortment of match* ing necklaces, earrings, bracelets and pins ... all specially priced for our great AFTER EASTER CLEARANCE. Values to $1.50 JEWELRY-Main Floor NYLON HOSE 66 gauge, 12 denier. Sizes 8'/z to 11 in beige. Tuesday Spet'lal! ttey, S9e Value Reg. $2.98 BOYS' SPRING SLACKS Light weight—Long wearing fabrics in slack and self-belt models. Sizes 8 to 16. HIFFON LAKES 5 *1°° Boxes J. OHK HAY ONLY! HOUSEW ARES -Basement Values to $5.95 Values Io $6,9$ $«M4 $444 <3 and *T BOYS' COTTON PUSSE SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS Assorted Spring Colors. Sizes 6 to 16. Rtf. $1,79 • • * • * THIS I?§H BOYS' WEAB-Main Floor $1.65 value 99° Pr 66 gauge, 15 denier. Sizes fl'/j to 10Vt, in taupe $1.50 value 99' COTTON CREPE PAJAMAS Mandarin styles. Solid colors of rose, yellow, blue and aqua with contrast* ing trim. Sizes 32 to 40. Reg. $2.69 $O°° Value 4m COTTON CREPE GOWNS Floral PrinUi on White Background. Square Yoke with embroidery trim, Sue* 34 to 40. 1909 R0f, $*.»• Vitoi . . . m LINGERIE - Main F/<jpr

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