Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 10
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH of Arm Men In Armed Forces Pitt, fftt In "H«*T> Bnrn" ** v Ptc. ftofcert W. Cox Is at Fort Bragg. N. C. ( where Exercise flash Burn, is under way. The sfcrmy maneuver includes training ^ the tactical use o( atomic weap w. Cox, son Of Mr. anfl Mrs. C If. Cox, 3832 Aberdeen St.. is a ihembpr of the -Jwrsonnrl section $is wifp, Patricia, lives in Fayette- Ville, N. C. S-Sjt. T,*Mir*h rnrnmrndrrt Marine S-Sgt. La/ier E. LaMarsh received a citation from the Secretary of the Navy commending him for saving a Marine pilot's life Feb. 6, Ifto.l A member of the crash crew at the Marine Corps Air Station. Miami, Kla., when a jet plane crash landed. l<aMarsh pulled him from the burning aircraft. Iff? wrais the Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant for his part in the rescue. LnMarsli is now a member of the security force of Marine Aircraft Group ."tt of the 1st Marine Air Wing here. He is the son of Mrs. Margaret LaMarsh, and husband of Mrs. Janie La• Marsh, all of 2315 Tibbitt St. E. R. Tavernlfr Promoted Earl R. Tavernier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tavernier, Brighton, recently was promoted to corporal tvhile serving with the Seventh Army in Ansbach. Germany. A cannoneer fn the 793d Field Artillery Battalion, Cpl. Tavernier entered the Army in May 1952 and arrived overseas in Decembei 1952. M-Stf. Fox In Philippines M-Sjtl. Robert C. Fox of Alton. recently arrived in the Philippines to serve a tour of duty with the U. S. Air Force. He is the husband nf Mrs. Marcella L. Fox. 1602 Bo/.za St. and son of Mrs. Lloyd Gates, 617 Clay St. Following his arrival overseas, Sgt. Fox was assigned to the 6200th Maintenance Squadron, Headquarters, 6200th Air Base Group at Clark Air Force Base, 60 miles north of Manila. He joined the U. S. Air Force for the first time in May 1943. He participated In combat aerial duties over Europe and was stationed in the Far East from 1947 through 1949. Sgt. Fox re-enlisted in the service on his most recent tour in April 1952 and was a member of the ifolted Nations In Korea from 19,i2 to 1953. Before coming to the Philippines, bo was stationed at Itazuke Air Force Basu, Japan. a Sgt. Fox is a holder of an Air Medal with an Oak Leaf Cluster, Purple Heart Medal, European African Middle East Campaign Medal with three bronze stars. Korean Service Medal and the Distinguished Service Medal. 1 Pvt. llolltmay In Ft. Lewis Army Pvt. Robert Holloway, 21, ton of Jason Holloway. 1316 Fletcher St., will move to the Yakima (Wash.t Firing Center in May when the 44th Infantry Division participates in Exercise Hill Top. . Holloway, a member of Company A of the 744th Ordnance Battalion of the division stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., entered the Army in March 1953. Pvt. M'yatt at Ft. I.owt* Army Pvt. John M. Wyatt, 20, son of Mrs. Pearl M. Sherwood, 2518 Brown St.. will move to the YakirriH (Wash.) Firing Center in May when the 441 h Infantry Division participates in Exercise Hill Top. Wyatt is a recorder in the division's 209th Field Artillery Battalion stationed «t Fort Lewis, Wash. Before entering the Army in August 1953, he was employed by Western Electric Co. Cpl. Sliep In Korea Cpl. Richard Stire, 1M, son n Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H. Slice, : Chessen Lane, is serving will. the 3rd Infantry Division in Korea. Cpl. Slice, a cook in Company C of the 64th Tank Battalion, entered the Army in Deeeinbei 1952 and arrived overseas las FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DAILY 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS 9 A. M. - 1 P. M. and 4 P. M. r- 10 P.M. EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED AT ONCE I* You Request Our Prescription Service Your Doctor Will Be Clod To Call Us PHONE 2-2832 230 EoiUJroodvgy Alton, Illinoii Junp from Fnrt Knox. Ky. Fvt. Hnl^krr In firrmnnr Army P\t. l.nyrl Hulskrr Jr.. *'?, « ho«p pacrnls Inc on R!. 2. Eriwflrdsvillo. is srrvinc in flrr- many with thf 4!?rri Infantry Di- visinn. P\t. Ilulskrr, B f.-innnnrrr in Raftrry A nf the division's 102nd Fifld Artillrry Kntialion, arriv- rd in Tlnrnpp last Frhni;uy frnin Fort Bliss, Trx., who IT IIP rnm- plrtrd hnsic (raininR. His \vifp, livps in Kdwardsvilc. Pvt. Rplthmnn l«i 1'flrnfrooppr Rffldy to mnkf> a parsu linte lump with tho famed R2nd Air- home Division nt Fort HrngR. N. . is Pvt. r.om-KtuF. Rpilhman, son of Mrs. tlroi-Rp Rfitlminn nf 141 Ninth St., Wood UKcr, This jump, (icnrRe's fiflh from a C-llH nircrnft, marks (ho rnd of Hirer- phs of intensive riliysira! nnr\ terhnicnl Irnininc find will qual- ify him A* n p«r«trrwp«>r. HP i» a in irk drivpr in the 501th Air- hovnP Infantry RpRifnmf. a unit of thr S2nd Airborne Division. "Amrri'a's f;uard of flonor." HP is marripd to thr former Mis. Ronnie But try of fill Olmstrad Ave. f'fp. Whltakpr In Korra Pfr. Vrrnnn I'), \Vhilakf'!. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kam^i U'hMa- krr, Brighton. i.« srr\ mp wifh thr .'!rd Infantry I)i\ision in Korea. A i ook in RallPiy A. \VhitakPr f'titrrrd thn Army in November inM.' and lOmplrlrrl hasir: train- itiK at Foi I f-lli^k. Tr-v. I,. K. (irlffln .Now I'ff. I.airy I', (iiffm. «c»j of Mi. ! and Mis. Or il (Jiflin of U'JS I!. Rroarluay, has hrr'n prnmolpd to privnlo tii-t fliivs in Ih" 1llli Airborne Division. Pfr. Gilfin enlisted in the Army j in April 11110, and look basic i training fli f'iimp Chafee, Ark. ; After bavir liainini;. (lillin vol-! ilrileeied for jiirbome liainiriKJ anrl vsas sent to thn Airborne i School at Fort Henninu, <in. for , thfpp werks of (raining to be a j paratrooper. After graduating fts « pararhuti«t, fJiffin ua« assigned as f'ompany Cai punter to I|padr|iiar(ri s and .Sf-mf-o Com- pan.v, K'Tth Airhornp I-.nginper Mattalirin, of the 1Hh Airborne. I)l\ision, Fort Campbell. Ky. liifdn plans to make the Aimy Ins r-aippr. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1354 fM. WatflrrRftAn nt Army Pvt. Harold D. Walkington. 20, fan of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Walkington, Greenfield, will move to the Yakima fWash, i Firing Center In May to participate in Kxereise Hill Top with the 4'Jlh Infantry Division. Walkington is stationed at Fort Hdolllv FIDELITY—The annual business mppting of trip Baptist Churrh [ will be Md Wednesday night at 7:30 p. m. I^ewis. \Va«h., a* a wireman in Battery B of the division's 233rd FiPld Artillery Battalion. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bohannon Eve.re.tt Reed and Mr. and Mrs. El- j afternoon with Mr. and MrfcH«Jry were Sunday evening truest* of bin don Moore w-pre Sunday dinner Kramrr and Mr. and Mrs. Tflftjr mother, Mrs. Anna Bohannon of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Earl, Kramf>r rt * Jcrscyvillc. A i ton i MOOI-P | Mr - and Mrs - Le^s TwtKen nf .Tames* Moran of Alton visited' *'• '*«* Mr*, tt'ood™ Loy and!*" 0 " WOT * *"""* ™ tors « «* H-ith Mr. and Mrs. George Bed famil . v an(1 Miss Dorothy Loy were Sunday. j Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr*. The Rev. and Mrs. William Dirk Prirr ; William Tuetken home. Grecr of Carlinville, Mr. and Mrs. THIS COUPON WORTH $1,00 LEARN TO DRIVE Safely - economically - Conveniently . AADTA DRIVING SCHOOL DIAL 2-2S12 COMPLETE DUAL - CONTROL TRAINING CARS "STANDARD AND AUTOMATIC SHIFTS" Fully Insured — Comperenr Instructors HOME OWNED AND OPERATED. Dial 2-2812 Now! Coupon Explrts May 30, 1964 Hours From 8 A.M. Unfil 10 P.M. Older Bo.v«' SteM to 8, *3.87 Mrs. Anna Rodell visited Sunday A new dance acaderrty in Gsl- rutta will popularize classical Indian dances. Special! TK.VMS OXFORDS $1.99 »04 R. fehOArW AY ALtOft Between Oak and Spring (Ms. OI»B» FRIDAY TILL 9 P. Al. 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Values to $ <f 00 Acetate—Jersey GOWNS styled for beauty and fit that lasts Featuring Nylon Lace trim and tailored styles in delicate pastels. Sizes S-M-L-ST-XST Values to $4)84 $4.98 mm, Slight Irregulars • SUPER SUAVE ACETATE JERSEY PANTIE Sizes S-M-L-ST-XST. mm m Values to $1.49 /4C • NYLON EYELET BRIEFS - ELASTIC LEGS White. Sizes 6 and 7. 4% $4 .rjg Reg. 69c Value f£ For 1 • BRIEFS and SHORTIE PANTS Oi Super Suave Acetate Jersey. f M Pastels and White. Sizes S-M-L Reg. 89c valu» ...... 94C • DEB-0-RAY RAYON PANTIE Lorraine. Irregulars. Sizes ' S-M-L in white and tea rose. Reg. 79c value LINGERIE DEPT. Main Floor 54c $2.98 Main Floor SHORTY GOWN Youthfully styled in acetate jersey, nylon lace yoke trim. Choose from delicate pastels. Sizes S-M-L •Hi LINEN PRINT HANKIES Large size hankies in beautiful new spring prints. White and colors . . . some embroidered. For $1 .00 Reg. $1.00 Value COSTUME JEWELRY In your iavorite . . . heavenly blue rhinestones matching necklaces- earrings and bracelets. 16-RIB RAYON UMBRELLA First quality in assorted stripes and gay plaids. Reg. $3.00 $OOO Value mm Reg. $3.98 Value $2** Slight Irregulars BRIEFS — SHORTIC PANTS Trique stripe acetate jersey. White and pink in sizes S-M-L. Reg. 79c Value Reg. $5.00 $ Value .00 ea. LARGE SIZE JEWELRY BOXES Simulated leather. Rayon .and Velvet lined. Lovely pastel shades. All with swing tray. Res. $5.00 $«199 SUMMER WHITE JEWELRY MATCHING NECKLACES, EARRINGS, AND BRACELETS. 2 . SfOO Reg, $1,00 Pc», X Val JEWELRY and ACCESSORIES ACETATE-JERSEY SLIPS White. Pink and Black in tailored ' styles. Sizes 32 to 44. \> Reg. $2,50 $ 4 54 Value 1 NYLON HALF SLIPS With nylon net ilounc*. Choose white or black in sizes S-M-L. $999 Rtg. $5.95 mm Valut Slight Irregulars, / ACETATE JERSEY BED JACKET Lorraine irregulars. Nylon lac* trim. Silt* $ S-M-L in delicate pastels. . Reg.,52.99 rolu* MUSLIN SLIP With built-up shoulders. Lovely tea rot* $4 00 shade, Sizes 48—50—52. . .A R»g. $1.59 var/u» Slight Irregular* Alton's Leading Department Store LINGERIE Main FJoor Store Hours: 9:30 .to 5:00 Except Friday 9:30 to 9:00

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