Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 28, 1954 · Page 22
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PAGE *TWO ALTON EVEMNG TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1954 LEE SHOPS Downtown Value Days rmiRsn/ir FRIOHV miinn«Y »PB 29-30n«v i NATIONALLY ADVERTISED "PHIL-MAID" RAYON JERSEY GOWNS NYLON .TRIMMED Sittt S . M - L — Ass'r Colors LIMITED QUANTITY — One to a Customer NATIONALLY ADVERTISED "BLUE SWAN" PANTIES ELASTIC OR BAND LEGS, Sizes 4 to 8. White or Pink Reg. 59c SPECIAL LOT-ODDS ft ENDS PLAY TEX GIRDLES Two Sizes Only! SMALL and EXTRA SMALL R«f. $5.95 CHOICE Astt. Styles — Ditcontinued Styles LEE SHOPS Belle St., Piaso St., Alton, III. E. Ferguson Ave., Wood River Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Telegraph Want Ads '''(V" Downtown Value Days THURSDAY-FRIOAY-SATURDAY APR.29-30-MAY1 Ladies' or Gents' Sterling Identification Eipinsion BRACELETS $8.50 Value S/1.95 Only LADIES' and GENTS' YELLOW GOLD FILLED EXPANSION WATCH BANDS $12.50 Value $^.00 Only O Come -In—Look around—We have mnuy other value* •licit a* clock*, electric appliance!, china, eto. Hospital Notes /If ton MVfitfiHfif Treatment Mrs. Hester Kaken, 627-I>wiard Mrs. Mary Knoop, Chesterfield Lee Ann ffinfhorrte. Wood Hlver John McFanl. 1330 State Cynthia Case, 2931 Werge* Mrs. Flora IMxon, Batchtown Luther Lynn. t)ow Mrs. Eva Semar, 2143 Mills Kvcrctt Rirhey, Fidelity Cecil Zurmvalt, F.dwardsville Luther Keller. 112S Sriler Mrs. HfMilah Pruetl, Canolllon Mrs. Hedwig BCBI h Lincoln Mrs. Dorothy Hodge, Graftnn John Redrlick, 703 Henry St. Ed- wardsvlllo Surgical Treatment Mrs. Pauline Bruce, 2flt5 Wafalee James Devenger, Roxana Strven Deist, F.dwardsvillc ,'ack Hughev. 1723 Orchard Mrs MnrtliH IlingeruiK. 28<Hi firnn/lviPw Mrs. .lunr Vo<js HIT Millni. Mr.s. Iva Co\, Wl K t-'ouilh Mrs. Allcne Hftlehct, 933 Tremon! Mrs. Fred* Hntlon, Collages Hills Mrs. Crlrste Morrison, 009 Me- Kinley Ralph I/envrll, Cndfrey Roger Oillmck, 1fi08 Jocsling Darlene Sanders, Collage Hills Patricia Ann Patterson, Rt. 2, Hunker Hill Oorget la Pfitlcrsmi, III. 2, Bimkrr Hill Kennelh Johnson, 2037 Sanford Sharon Ancell, East Alton Harold Horslpy, Rt. 1, Godfrpy Mrs. Virginia Taylor, East. Alton Charles Cook, Jerseyvllle Mm. Mary Dunnagan, Rt, 1, Alton Owpn Newton, Rt. 1, Alton Shirley M. Sauls, Rt. 2, Alton Gaud Wallace, Jcrsoyvillc Wood River • Toicttftftip Medical Trpatment ' Wlllam Mackay, Hartford Mrs. Viola ?:. Harris, 511 N. Sixth Nealody Christine Ottwell, 74 W, Drive, East. Alton Lee O. Looper, 1409 Monroe, Alton Patricia Ann Powers, 184 W. Rosedalc, East Alton Surgical Treatment Grovcr W. Myers, Cottage Hills Mrs. Erma Mac Lawrence, Cottage Hills Gary Thornburgh, 105 Tenth Miss Dorothy E. HambJeton. 129 W. Third, Roxana Connie Lynn Ferguson. 135 Tenth Roy A. Reid, HI, 1, Bunker Hill Joann F. Frlcmann, 116 Whitelaw, East Alton Judith Knight, 1013 Liberty, Alton Mrs. Ncda F. Cox, Cottage Hills William J. Shcppard, 200 Cooper East. Alton Mrs. Joan E. Uivcal, Rt. 1, Moro Mrs Hazel L. Sfone, Rt. 1. Be- thaltn Mrs* Sylvia A. U'atfcr* Bethalto Mrs. Fayetin Bugg. B05 Acton Sharon J. Wieneke, 904 Thompson Af. JntPtih** M^rtleal treatment Anthony Mila/xo. Cottage Hills William Moylan. 306 Hoffmeister Richard Hurhes, Brighton Hymon Johnson. 1925 Piasa Mrs. Helen Gaddis, 1415 Liberty Arthur Reed. 2302 Slate Mrs. Lena Schrooder. Carrollton Snrclcal Treatment Mrs. Nellie Bel). 11H K. Broadway Raymond Singleton, Ifi31 Market Mrs. Martha Wells. 4-W W. Ninth Angelo Marmino. .'ifi? Bender, Ka.st Allon Miss Betty Jo Nichols Hartjord Rohei-t Rnlhriii(r. Godfrey Mrs. Lillie Marth, Rl. 1, Belhalto Mrs. Dorothy Fischer 1 , 820 Kas- Miss f:inra nailing 202 Henry Mrs. Mertie Wakefielrl, Rdwards- ville Charles Barrow. Rt. 2, Godfrey Mrs. U>ttie Derrick, 1808 Belle Mrs. Margaret DeVore, 1027 E. Knurl)) Yaneey Gtiinn. Cottage Hills Mrs. Vivian Hayes. South Rox- ;irm Jrsse llolladay, Jersey ville .Stephen Jelleo Edwnrdsvllle (llnrle Kelly, Etlwardsville Homer Kulenkamp, FJrighlon Mrs. Norrnn Lacey, 721 Silver Mrs. Edith Roberts, 625Vi Adams Joel Russell, 1924 Cenlral Jean Short, Edwardsville Wanda Stevenson, Godfrey Harold Stropes. 3709 Horn Mrs. Phyllis Ann Waters, HMtt McKlnley • Amos Whorl, 510 Wyss Mrs. Jae.qucline Wohlert, 2711 Maxcy Esther Class Meets at Medora MEDORA. - The Esther Class of the Methodist Church met Monday evening at the church, with 13 members in attendance. Mrs. David MuKeo and Mrs. Clifford Turner were in charge of the devotions and games. Refreshments were served. The hostesses were Mrs. Corrine Harlan and Mrs. L. C. Dough erty. Present, were: Mrs. Ina French, Mrs. George Wilton Mrs. J. J. Seiner, Mrs. P. H Sanders, Mrs, T. T. Eddleman, Mrs. A. E. Fnfeh, Mrs. Fred Downs, Mrs. W. D. Gilworlh, Mrs. Clifford Turner, Mrs. David McKce and Mrs. Corrine Har< Ian. The presidency was the first and only public office ever held by Zuchary Taylor. Downtown Value Days THURSOAY-FRIDAY-S«TURD»Y APR.29-30-MAY 1 //'//• J ASSORTED COLORS Alton High Band Students To State Contest Friday •/ Friday ten Alton High Band sfodents wifl go to Btoomingfon, to enter the State Class A solo a«4 ensemble contest. The sto- <Je«t* received 1 Superior ruttng* In the district contest, and Friday arc to compptp \vith aTl Class A high school students in the state. Jim LaMarsh, sophomore stu- dent will play ft Soustflhow «olo. There will be two ensembles, « drum ensemble, and a mixed clarinet quartet. The drum ensemble is composed of: Bill Eidson, Jaek Glaeser. Bob Shin- pauf?h and Sherry Sfpprelle. The mixed clarinet quartet is made up of Clifford Wildermann. Ronald Franke, Carolyn Beuttel. and Carol Green. Bob Shinpauph will be accompanist for Jim LaMarsh. Australia plans new oil explorations in the Exmouth Gulf and East Klmberley areas. CARS IJSAVE TRACKS ON MILI^-Pollcc Lt S. Harold Roberts shows end of tracks made by teenager*' cars on hill in Rock Spring Park. To stop this dangerous practice, police are making plaster casts of tire prints, to be compared with cars of any teenagers held in traffic cases.—Staff photo. Cciilrrvillc. Girls 1 sohon] sponsored by the Macoup- A .,. ., , in County Homo fSureati, may Auxiliary I-elcd RPrure lhnm fl . om Ml . s . Allen SIIIPMAN -, Miss Annette Piper entertained the Centerville Girls' Auxiliary at her home Saturday afternoon. Vickie Simon gave the lesson. Mrs. Piper sei-ved refreshments to Vickie Simon, Carolyn Drury, Alice and Jane Muckel- brldge. Juanita Bullar, Ruth Ann Travcrs, Martha and Adeline Snedeker, and Hazil Bosomworth. Cooking School May It SIIIPMAN - Those wishing to secure tickets to the cooking Kahl, Mrs. Wilbur Kahl, Mrs. Ronald Breitwiser or Miss Margaret Sal/man. The school will be held Tuesday, May 11, at 1:30 (CST) at the Marvel theater in* Carlinville. Smoking Smokrhouac PULASKI. Va. /P~It is natural for a smokehouse to smoke, but those who nure meat know that there is a limit. Firemen called by neighbors to the property of Roy L. Bcvil put. out the fire accidentally started by small boys playing in the building. They went Thulnway WEVVOKA, Okla. /T — Harking back to Ihn wild and wooly West, roundup clubs are forming as a posse to aid offices in east central Oklahoma. Sheriff John Sowers, welcoming (he reinforcements, said he would have 100 horsemon irri- mediately at his disposal for searchers in this heavily wooded area. U*e Pen-Chrome BLONDf WOOD FINISHfS to accent natural wood beauty Seoutify Tn« natorol beauty of n«w «r f«$anded wood with O'Brien'i «xciting Pen-ehrom* Wood Finiih«». Easy to u»e. Availabfo (n !0 modem tolori. Finiih coot dries to a safiny, wox-lik* flniih. Very durabl*. IDEAl FOR PANELINO - WOODWORK - FURNITURI BUCK'S Pnlnt * l-'loor Covering Store «55 E. BROADWAY, Dial S-S031 O'B R I E N PAINTS HOLLYWOOD SHOP SELLING OUT ENTIRE SPRING STOCK of COATS SUITS TOPPERS Reduced From Our Higher Priced Stocks Values to $19.90 to $24.00 Values to 135.00 *I61 '20 Charge Account! Invited TrtmtRdow savings in ntw spring coots, suits, toppers. Every one originally sold for much more. A variety of styles in popular spring colors tailored in 100% wools, suedes, fleeces, loucles, wool poodles, also blended rayon and wool fabrics. Come in early for the best selections. Sins f to 44. IUY NOW —WHILl OUR SfLICTlON OF SIZK ANP COLORS ARE COMPLETE Worth 1 H r T \JI III 3 OLLYWOOD Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Telegraph Want Ads "Click $ 349 95 NORGE 'CUSTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER COMBINATION NORGE "CUSTOM ATIC'MODH tOW DOWN MYMfNT • f ASt KAMS 1 ...AND GET All7MOST- WANTED FEATURES IN THE NEW NORGE "CUSTOMATIC": AUTOMATIC DEFROST' Ing! 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