Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 28, 1954
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 19S4 Credit at Carl CARLINVILLE — A meeting concerning itself with farm credit *nd farm management wij] be held at the First Methodist Church i« CarlinvilFe on Wednesday May 5. The ffteetirif is onder the aus. pices of the Illinois Bankers As- sodatton and is one of a series being omAacted throughout "the state. Cbopetatinp organizations are the college of agriculture; Southern Illinois University at Carhondale, and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. The meeting; will open at 2 p.m. v iih an address on "Commer< iai Bankers' Interest in Illinois Jr* Sim-Fun Dress Does such wonderful things for your figure, you just couldn't be a wall-flower in this dress. Juniors! For sheer flattery, the lialter neckline- is high in front- hare in back!' Make it in orisp, tubbable cotton, wear it partying, picnicking everywhere! Pattern 4769: Jr. Miss Sizes H, 13 15 17. Size 13 takes 4 yards 35-inch fabric. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 35 cents in coins for till* pattern—add five cents for each pattern for first-claim mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 1*7, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Siie and Style Number. Ag Jr Fi am 'at by Lot ed J. Na Me Na er sei sic m< an ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH nnagcment) millc May 5 iculture", by Arthur Werre executive vire president, t National Bank, Steelevilte. *n address. "F«rm RM) Es- Vaiues on Today's Market". Re* R. Bailey" president! i>wn* Agricviltufal Sen-ice. St. Reserve in the National Economy". ftLteoiuwn WANT AW is. pane] discussion fs schedul- the panel members being G. McCune. president. T » t s t lonal Bank, GreenvilJp; c. *aughton. president, First tonal flank, Raymond; O. O. Me very, farm adviser. Carlin- and John Rundquist, farm- Butler. dinner at 6 p. m. is to be sd and there will be discus- on "Good Farm Manage- t Pays on Illinois Farms" "The Role of the Federal The Komn war itttrtet! m\ June 35, I960. WM* HM ***** met ft* All YOU* VAUMIIB... ... ti m a fwti, *rt«nt if ftuch hi ptoce 6t mind. First National Bank A TRUST COMPANY in /ttfmt ; Gopiiol and Surplus $1.750,000 TMMl * Belle street* • Alton, tUtnott MEMBER FtDtftAL DKPOStT INSURANCt Downtown Value Days THURSOAY-FRIDAY-SATUROAY APR. 29-30-MAY 1 - 3 BAYS ONLY ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S arid WOMEN'S SHOES During Y«u Nationally Advertised Brands of SPRING and SUMMER SHOES AIR CONDITIONED for YOUR Comfort BETTER SHOES FOR LESS STATE AT THIRD STS. DIAL 3-7531 Columbia's Golden Jubilee and ENJOY*?* Buy Your Columbia "Tru-Fit" Diamond Ring at HUDSON'S ^••^^^ • ^fr w t • ••*^-'v.~ ONDERFUL DAYS In MUN BEACH AT OUR EXPENSE! ^— — Annlv«nory «r V«««tl*n Miami l««<h . . , • gl»rl*v» holiday tor TWO y«u will y Hit (..clutlv* W tramywMilM). V«y f .t . lu.urlui I if* AISOLUTI ' TT.'f ° S brwk '* M •"* *'""•' fa WO threugheut yewr itey. All YOU DO I Ring at iff rtgvlir nofi«nolly.«it«bliili«4l price during C*|(H*bl«'i 6OIMN JUMUI •«*nl. .• ^m^ *>*>"' , •fc?* 1 f ' * '* K w** 0 * Ivy a COtUMB/A M King during Columbi JUIIIEE Celebration GET o complete «r Vocatio Tff iwpartotion is not inc Honey moan, for TWO. idea 1 , — Here are the FACTS diamond O ff«r »v«>r *5EIECT th« rime tor your Honey, moon, Anniversary or Vocation in romonf/c Miami Beach from May 1st to December 20th. * ALL RESERVATIONS W/tt If CONFIRMED OR YQUR MONEY Will |E . ...ihii cifti will erjire when («Mmu«M f« }0 coupUt tllened co thii we» h»v» ben filM). CWM Jo »nd aukt ypu/ Colu»bi» "THU-flT 1 D>UK>cd lU'et KUcuon fr«R (be »apl< rio0 tnowa or from our VIM Hack of eiquiiite ityJ«. Tbev ««'•« liw fait l<u you/ Ouillinj Hontyrooon in Mitati inch f«r (hi TUi£ a/ fow |j/« you'U ttattnkti ALL yow We! CONVENIENT TIRMS CAN IE ARRANGED 3lj Belle St. Dial 2-2722 SHOPPERS . >. CHECK THIS!! III PRIZES f ^rww in itt THIM ON DISPLAY IN LO§SY OF FIRST NATIONAL iANK A TRUST 00. TOTALING 158 SEPARATE GIFTS TO BE AWARDED DURING . . . » ALTON'S THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY APR. 29-3Q-MAY1 >NE CAN WIN — NO OBLIGATION ... NO PURCHASE NECESSARY .. .YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT AT DRAWING TO WIN! •HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO . Jvst walk into ANY ONE OF THE 60 STORES listed below during DOWNTOWN VALVte DAYS and ask for a registration blank. Sign your name, date and the time o/ your registration. Names wifi be drawn fa* each hour of the day the slores are open fa* the end ot each day). YOU MAY REGISTER EVERY HOUR THAT YOU ARE DOWN TOWN ... ANY DAY ... EVERY DAY... IF YOU WISHI The more times you register the better opportunity you have to win. WILL BE HELD AT THE END OF EACH DAY at th9 CORNER OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 3rd and fie//e . . . Thursday at 5:15 P. M. lor people who registered Thursday. Friday'* drawing ot 9-1S P. M. for people who registered on Friday and Saturday's drawing at 5:15 P, M. for people who registered on In Addition— ANYONE REGISTERING ON ONE OR MORE OF THE THREE DAYS WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN THK GRAND PRIZE ... TO BE AWARDED ON SATURDAY GRAND PRIZE! 2-TON ROOM AIR CONDITIONER $ 325 oo VALUE COMPLETELY INSTALLED Plus 158 other PRIZES worth more than ..... 53,000 May Win — Don't Fail to Register!!! REGISTER AT ONE OR MORE OF THESE 60 PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS AP Croeeriei ALTON NECCHI SEW CENTER , , 5ew j ng Basket • A *"FF'S SportCoq , BIEDERMANS Clock Radio BOND ' S 4 Gift Certificates BRANDENBERCIR'S Wri,t Wotch CARL'S SHOE Women's Shoes CARSON JEWII.RV 4 0 0 Day Annivenory Clock CHILDREN'S SHOP stroller COOK'S PAINT Poinf COTTON SHOP Dress' DOWNTOWN PHILLIPS' SERVICE STATION Coke Cooler FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO $25.00 Savings Bond CARR6TT FURNITURE Lamps CATELY'S DEPT. STORE , Luggage GRAND THEATER i p oss ot Each Drawing WANT'S Sheets and Pillow Coses CIEINFIELD CLOTHING 2 Nylon Shirts-2 Pr. Nylon Socks HOUYWOOO SHOP '. 5uit HUDSON JEWELfRS Carving Set ond Steak Knives JOHNSTON HARDWARE ToQSter KATHEIINI-K SHOP $1 5 ,QO Gift Certificate V.S...I " " : Parakeet, Cgge and Stand f *:™** » Groceries (2 Baskets) LCrl IIFRICIIATION Hassock Chest iv-LSS!* Coordinated Cord Set VTTTQN'S >. j^dies- 5hortie ^y,M?^° gRI50N Fwnt « in pen MAUL S SHOE ...,, , MIYH HUIWITZ MILLER LIME & CEMENT Paint MORRISSEY - KING Men's Wolk-Over Shoes ARTHUR MURRAY 58 ($25.00) Dance Certificates NATHAN - MARCUS Sportswear NEWBERRY'S Canary, Cage and Stand PAUL'S FABRICS Dr«ss Material PETERS' 2 (2-lb.i Boxes Assorted Chocolates 5 ($3,00) Decorated Cakes RECORD CENTER Phonograph RIPLEY MUSIC 2 Record Albums SALLE ANN •, Sportswear SAPOT'S Lady's Dress SCHAEFER SALES Yacht Chair-Rocker SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO ..Portable Radio SHERWIN-vVILLIAMS PAINT Roller Kit SLACK FURNITURE ...' Choir bNYDER'S Luggage STONE BftOS. JEWELRY , Jewelry THRIFT HARDWARE Pressure Caoker THRIFTY DRUG 4 Folding Lawn Chairs TOWNE SHOP Dress-Slip—Thermo Jacket TRU-VALUE Lady's Dress UNITED MEN'S SHOP Sport Jacket UPTOWN BAKERY Cflkf VICK'S SHOE STORE - tries' Shoes VQCUi Ladies' Dr«* WESTERN AUTO STORE Lawn Mower WITTEL5 SPORTING GOODS Fishing Had and Reel JADJO STATION WQKZ SB4B WOOIWQRTH'5 ,,.,. ...., YOUNG'S DfPT. STORE „,,

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