Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 Berl Cros* FnnH Drive 1278 at SHIPMAN. — W. H. Srhwne- man. chairman of the Shipman Township Red Cross fun/l drive. today announced that a total of $278.60 was contributed this year. Mrs. Irene Bouillon and Mrs. Helen Bouillon of Piasa, A. B. Blumstein, Kenneth Breitweiser, Irma Stone. Ronald Breitweiser. Charles Skaggs and Marshall Halliday were the solicitors. Cnh* Entertained SHIPMAN. — A Cub Park meeting was held in the Lutheran Church basement Saturday evening. Cuhmaster Charles Skaggs presented a Golden Arrow and ft Lion Badge to Jerry McLaughlln. Two films on "Oil" were shown. YF Oroup Feted SHIPMAN.— The Junior Youth Fellowship, with their leader, Mrs. Charles Skaggs, met Saturday afternoon at the Methodist Church. Devotions were followed by a lesson on spatter painting. Carol Sue and Alice Ann Breitweiser served refreshments. Attend Dinner SHIPMAN. - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skaggs and sons attended a dinner for Mr. Skaggs' niece, Carol Gruenewold, in St. •Louis, Sunday. Carol had made her first communion that morning at the Seven Holy Founders Church in St. Louis. Greenfield GREENFIELD. — G. W. Haven, editor of the Greenfield Argus; Mrs. Haven, and Curtis L. Coonrod attended sessions of the Illinois Press Association me- rhariical conference at the Le-. land Hotel in Springfield during the weekend. .Miss Harriet Vandaveer is making an indefinile visit at the home of her niece, Mrs. Ross Cain, in Pawnee. Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Jack Kalens and three children of Springfield spent Saturday at the homo of Mrs. Cain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Van- davoer, and Miss Vandaveer accompanied them home. Miss Effe Thorpe is visiting friends in Chicago and will also visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster in Hillsboro. Mrs. Grover L. Bauer, who underwent major surgery at Boyd Memorial 'Hospital, Carrollton, has returned home. Her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Cravens of Roanoke, is spending several days at the Bauer home. Pfc. John Crotty, who is stationed at Montrose Beach, Chicago, visited here wilh Mrs. Crotty's parrnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Donnell, en route to Alton to see Mrs. Crotty and their infant son, John Wilson Crotty, who was born' at St. Joseph's Hospital Saturday. This is the couple's first child. Mrs. Crotty Js : the former Norma Lee O'Donrieli: * '>?•'" ' " • * Mrs. R. B.' Ellis, who attended the PEO state convention in Chicago last week, spent several days at the home of Mr, Ellis' daughter, Mrs. Charles Booth. and family, in Onarga, en route to Greenfield. Joey Story, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Story, returned home from 'Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday. Joey suffered a double fracture of his right arm while playing Saturday. His arm will remain in a cast several weeks. Mrs. John Chapman, who has spent several months in Leesville, La., with her husband, Pfc. Chapman, has returned here and will reside with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cunningham, until Pfc. Chapman receives his discharge from army service. Miss Esther Rives has returned to Springfield after spending several days here with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Rives. Mrs. Otto Bolt and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Bott and daughter, Sandra, of Godfrey, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bott and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bott and son, Gary, of Alton, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. J. Bott and Kenyon, Sunday. Izak Marais, of Willow Grange, South Africa, has as pets two jackals he rescued as cubs before their eyes were open, when the mother was killed as vermin, They eat meat with an occasional taste of meat when a rock rabbit is killed for them. WHICH REPfllR Quick Service FREE! , INSPECTION We'll check It while you wait > . » without charge . . . on • WATtiHr&tSTEft. 1 • We DM-only genuine part*. Engraving don* •. , white you wait! K« it t« your account ATELYS 'ohi Varied Patterns, Gay Prints Are 1954 Spring Style New in the 1951 print picture is color-vivid background colors and effective color-on-colnr Gay prints predominate In most «Hleetions. Varied patterns include ftor- als, marbleized effects, tweeds and fur and reptile ptintj," reports the Silk and Rayon Print Institute. Visual textures — rather than deep "touch" textures—and etched patterns ap- ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH pear in happy assortment. FtorBl prints look very 1954 in four distinct variations. The real-looking group of field flow- I ers. violet clusters, lilacs and proses — all seem fresh-picked [from the garden. In realistic i colors and designs, they appear to be alive and fragrant. N*»fnrtlnn» J There is an all-over floral ef- I feet of color on color. Nasturtiums In a yel low-to-red color gamut are tumbled closely together on a yelloxv ground. Giant sweet sultans In lavenders. pinks and Mues give a periwinkle effect. Sweet peas ' combine pale pinks and deep 1 reds tone on tone and color on color. A modernistic look takes some license with eoter and keeps basic- shapes etched on neutral ground colors. This group includes an occasional oversize flower splashed on a pale fabric Finally come the "wallpaper" designs, using flower heads symmetrically to form stripes, circles or small-spaced sprays. These are new and fresh and especially important in junior lines. The "Watered" Look The "marhieized" look rates hieh this spring, bringing the stralafed effects of real marble into a new fashion fluidity. There art- "watered" d e s i g n s that resemble moire and prints with a wonderful "warped ' feeling. F.ven some polka dets and geometric motifs have interesting fuzzy outlines. Distinctive markings of crocodiles, cobras am. tortoises have been faithfully reproduced in print designs for a rich "reptile" look on tailored clothes. And fur prints continue with some fascinating new variations, such as civet cat, leopard and zebra. Tweedy or textured designs are carefully etched on smooth fabrics to resemble herringbones, window-pane cheeks Shapes Thing For Style Show In Springtime Tins Rttrttiir. clothe* Are (rtinprd to the ftirntT— and the fl*nri« I* ah*]**! by a *m<mth?.v-<fenneat- tn* rnrwtpf rorh R* thin hy tVar- Rift | n donegal tweeds and even glen plaids. Mrst have tiny shots of bright color worked tn. Other all-over designs give the effect of steel engravings - usually in black or grey 01 color. One facet stands out in the fashion pttture for Spring—and that is that the shape's the thing! Long, .IMA and controlled — these are the functions of the Spring foundations which gently round the bosom and give a continuous smooth line from bust throuRh the thighs. For the Empire, princess and shpnth dresses—for the cropped jacket suits and narrow costumes, the onr piece corselrt gives 'the prettiest, host fitting and most comfortable "figuring". Soft, supple and stretch-y, the corselet fashiont are designed for the young and the young-in- fi&ure. Strapless bra tops . . .-widely spaced shoulder straps for scooped-out necklines . . .lightly- padded bra sections for a rounded look . . all contribute to the smooth lines of the season. Because so many of the new outer fashions demand a controlled mldrrff . . . bras and girdles both, have been designed to whittle the middle — but gently. Strapless bras of all varieties are lower and barer for Spring ~ backs, too, are low for new decolletages; new, gentle wir- ing gives lift and strjpport $» strapless bras. "" * " The high girdle raises 2tt" to 3" above the waist to slim Ofe hips, flatten the stomach sidf smooth the hack. Light weight, all-elastic gtr* dies and panty girdles now pftll on without zippers, boning ifldl heavy panelling—get are firmly supporting. Frith Bakid D«Rf Specialty. Ample Pftffctet AraflaM* DUKE BAKERY comet ft* Md Henry atrwtt Cosmetic Values STARDUST BRAS From Young** M«in Floor PURE SATIN Sizes 32A to 40C. Reg. $1.00 value Second Floor 88 • SCENTED LINGERIE CASES In beautiful pastel green, blue and rose shades. Lovely gift item . . . && ^ So perfect to carry gloves, hankies, hose. etc. Priced from ........ OOC • TOUCH-UP FOR GREYING HAIR Regular $1.50 value .... 4 ..... ........ .......... ...... .......... $J.OO • "CIRO" WORLD FAMOUS PERFUMES , Favorite Iragrances of Acclaim, Reflection, New Horizons', Danger. Sf- 00 Surrender. Each individually packaged. Specially priced at?*....., 5 • "MOHAWK" HAIR BRUSHES Krimpt Nylon Bristles. Assorted styles and shapes. Regular $1.98 values ................. . . nn lUU • LUCITE SET-NYLON BRISTLE BRUSHES In professional and conventional shapes. Also a few outstanding $* 44 Bath Brushes in this group. Reg. $3 and $4 values ...... ...7....... 1 COMPACTS For Yourself, For Gifts SPORTSWEAR LINEN PEDAL PUSHERS Reg. Jfi.95 ..^ LINEN BLOUSE Reg. 54.95 , REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES At YOUNG'S Second Floor Children's Dept. LINEN SKIRTS Beg. $S.SS 2-Piece LINEN SUIT. Peg. $10.95 Sizes 10 to 18 in colors red, navy, beige and brown. DORSET REX (he pancake compact... thin and practical values (o $4.38. COTTON TWILL and DENIM SHORTS Bizet 10 to 20 ' Slfl.OO Reg. $1.95 J, Colors of maize, aqua, navy, red, white, green, tan, rose, blue, grey. COTTON CORD SKIRTS COTTON CORD BLOUSES COTTON CORD SHORTS TOREADOR PANTS ...... SPORTSWEAR—Second Floor SEE THIS OUTSTANDINGLY BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF "VOLUPTE" COMPACTS "'allies from JJ0.9S up Very Specially Priced $ At Only ..... Among these are, beautiful jewel studded types, and engraved styles ,.. . Any de.,r.d shape and style ... all expertly mod. and finished. Also in" this group are lovely Cigarette Cases. Main Floor FUN IN THE SUN FOR THE JUNIOR SET SHEER NYLONS Prt. Slight Irregulars of $1.15 Value Amber Shad* Sizes 9 to 10'/» 51 Gauge 15 Denier $1.50 Value—Beige and Taupe Shades Silts 8»/» to 11 . W Gauge 12 Denier CAMPUS GIRL ANKLETS Reg. 89c value GIRLS' SHORTS IN COOL SEERSUCKER AND ^ SIZES 3 '° ™ HEG 94 GIRLS' SHORTS, PEDAL PUSHERS AND si!!? RfiT ? D u CO i?S IW AMD SIZES 6 to 14, REG, $1.89 VALUE 39 88 3 Trip!. Bell Tops While, In afces, 8 to 11, Reg, 39c value Motor/oar SIZES 10 to 18. IN BLUE, GREY and BROWN WE'VE A NOTION YOU'LL WANT , , . • A flno quality Vinyl IMuslio Garment Hug. -luinho «|zn witli (Hinted front, iind full length zipper. 01" inches long. Colors of yellow, wine, ifreen und $4.2B blue. KCK. SI.B8 value .... 1 • STAMPED PILLOW CASES-HemBtitched edge, cross stitch jand lazy daisy pattern. 42" tubing. $A .34 Reg. $1.69 value Lace and Embroidered edges. 100% cotton. 15c value • Tapestry Yam, 40-yd. skein. Not all colors—35c value .. • DELSEY TOILET TISSUE. Pastel Shades. 15c value .,,. 9c 19c 25c THIRD FLOOR GIRLS' COTTON KNIT SHIRTS Popcorn Pitched. Awurteg color*. $4.00 In itrlpev. Reg. $1.98 value ..,,,,,, SUN DRESSES Aborted color* »ncl pattern*. W*Bi 8 to flX. Keg. «!.«» value Alton's Leading Department Stoie 94c SUN SUITS •"* boy> Beg. »«o v»tue Second Floor

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