Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 26, 1955 · Page 14
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 14

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Thursday, May 26, 1955
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— _ _ _ _, . Have A W erRRCHIVE "BOY" SHORTS Huge Selection of Men's & Boys' Sport Shirts All of thi? season's newest colors and pal torus. Cnso textured rayons, no-iron nlisses. nrar.tical Dan River MEN'S DENIM SPORT JEANS 222 Real comfort for work or play. Semi-boxer style in "faded" colors. Pre-cuffed. ■mm Shop Penney's to . . . < STORE HOURS Open Friday Night 'til 9 pm Closed Saturday Night Weekday Hours as usual, 9 to 5 onderfuFWeekend! SENSATIONAL SEPARATES Tailored in Fuller's Sailtone %mUm A WITH PATCH V B POCKETS JJ^^K^^ 1= HALTERS 1— I ^if SHORTtf A 2— CAPS°RE 1" s*« 0ur Baby- WM Wfffl SHORTS 1— W w9f HALTER 1— f Wk BLOUSE I55 'fill FASHION' * Ag I /llllfes BRITCHES 1 " | mW^^^t SKIRT 2— 4 9ft I 498 In Fashion in Penney's NAUTICAL-SPARKED ONE-PIECE SUIT 790 Si?^ 32 to 40 Sleek, slick and m the swim — 3'ou in this acetate faille lastex suit' Boned bra for perfect figure control Navy, red and black. Crazy Mixed-Up Print Makes clever fashion sense in this smartly styled swim suit. Built-in boned bra, puckerette back and shirred front The Bloomer Swim Suit Summer perfect at Penney's. Cotton done m a soft Galey & Lord print. Long torso line and puffed cut bloomers. Sure figure flat tery! 590 1 ^^^*MmwKmm*r 1 rT* m ropuiar rricea Swim Trunks for Men & Boys Trunks \ou can swim and play in All popular styles. Built in nylon supporter. Brief and boxer styles. 98c to $1.08 298j Boys "FATIGUE" PANTS 1 98 The khaki pants with the extra big cargo pockets that the boys like so well! Sizes f> to 16. The Dixon E\cnmg Telegraph— tfixon. Illinois Page 14 Thursday, May Coed Wins Three Bi» Scholarships PAW TUCKET R 1 '? J«t"P I-Balt7ell ha« been nffeieri so m<tr|\ scholarships she can't handle them all Jane 1=1 20 and a Phi Beta Kappa She giaduates fiom Pembroke Col lege next month She held scholarships throughout her four \ears Wednesday *he was named winner of a Fulbnerht scholai ship foi a vear of advance studv oveiseas Three months ago she was notified she won a Rotary Foundation fellowship for a year of studv m COT OPEN 5 P. M. STARTS 5:30 eetorby technicolor. im\ Luun ' ARNOLD**, England. She turned down both because she had accepted a Mai '•hall fel lowship foi two veais of studv a Cambndge 1 England) Uni\eisit\ Miss Baltzeil s fathei is an offi i.al of the Blackstone Vallev Gas & E!ei:iu Co. She was botn in El Paso, Tex tOMMVS COMMOTION* A misplaced comma caused a law to be misinterpreted. The Tariff Act of June 6* 1872 had a comma between fiuit and tiees pei mating both to be admitted dutv fiee when it was intended to place only fruit trees on the free list TONITE s _ INBKID : umjmm 1 , Bergman Bacau iTrumc \ SUEP j HEY, KIDS!! LOOK WHAT'S STARTING FRIDAY! Here's the Show the Whole Family Has Been Waiting For! Fearless Fighter of the Old Frontier "DAVY CROCKETT" INDIAN SCOUT" PLUS SECOND FEATURE OF FRONTIER FURY spjg! wj^JBRfc^M^^^"8* orni ™UIUWV! NOTICE! This Week Only! There Will Be a Matinee Saturday for This Show! THE RIVER WILL "NOT" RETURN AFTER TONITE ^fllfc^KttM No Return OPEN AT 7:00 — STARTS AT DUSK FRIDAY and SATURDAY Come on -- Let's Live It Up -- YOU Take Martin and Lewis - I'll Take Sheree and Janet. <\ StByhi Horn the Broadway Muacai... MAKT1N, > Haiei F1 Wll JERRY /fi I LEWIS Ik A, . S5 fir\ FRED CLARK • SHEREE NORTH {' s nrairflaiiiB.»iaiTinmiiiMK t^^. : awitui 11 ma not m mwi vmm w**iir* i mmmntmmm-mtimmi ^ ? m m an anr m m ■ m r m m mm « k m ■ m r m mm • m • i 2ft> mumm-tmmnmm & I I Unusual Disease iParalvtic Will Kills Second To, (j^j^ With 1.11 Ociiiit: J. ttJiiiiv |i.al incuiable disease killed Siispn Hoerk Wednesday |i>iomh altei taking he1- Both were victims of jv jeWir fibrosis the disease whin causes the pancieas to function ini picpetlv I This frt.luie. in tun; leads t malnutrition and lowi lesistame kna the victims succumn 10 soi-'infection which is the lmmediat I cause of death - | Honors J unc 5 The\ could h<i\--> seven real's ago. I What thane have -\ou \\hen\ou • paialwed fiom the chest • How can jou go to school \ou can t walk" Susan months old and Mr\v j On June ■>. h* wrll be gi actuated nn. 3. had infections of the lungs, with second honors from Speed Dr. Cairol! Witti sease is unusual 1 of a family but ''e Actress Recovers OXNARD, Cahf. & — Loretta \oung is wnnrung' her si\-wee\ bout with pei-ltomtis, an inflam mation of an abdominal membrane, her friends report She is still 111 St Johns Hospital heie. but a close fnend said she £rain"d si\ pounds m the last v. eek and •would have been out of the nospual now if she harm t been so NOTICE Our Kitchen Will Be Open MEMORIAL DAY, Monday, May 30th CHICKEN in the BASKET Our Tasty SALAD BOWL LANUTI'S TAVERN -^1 Scientific School at the University of LouisMlle and on" month later will start work on a master's de- Obvtouslv, r-railie h^s come * lone «av rnce that dav tn ^u^ust when he and a friend were sleeping in a truck near Ocala, Fla. A passinp auto smashed Into the truck, knocking it lSi feet and breakmp Chai lie's back Told h« would ne\er walk azain, Charlie learned to swinp himself alonj: on ciutchf? and to operate an auto vnth hand controls. In in-,] ho ie-enteied Speed, vheie he had (ompleted one year of chemical engineering Hi= lore: haid road is almost £i«i«hed Waitinsr for him at the othei en1 on Nov will be a bi'rie— Miss S'm lev Bddleman. ! COMES FROM SOAF I Crude cenn is a mixture ron-j taming about PO per cent plyc-enn. j the balance hem? oicanic lmpun-| ties mineiais salts, and water A bv-product of soap its manufac-I ture first was patented in 1S70. HOLIDAY SPECIALS! FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY SMITH-ALSOP HI-GRADE 83 READY MIX OUTSIDE WHITE Regular $6.25 gal. SALE $5.65 gal. Trim Colors $7.00 gal. SALE— $6.00 Porch Floor Paint ....SI. 70 qt. SALE — $1.40 Concrete Floor Paint ... nMqi. sale- $1.65 SEE US FOR OTHER WEEK-END SPECIALS BRING YOUR PAINT PROBLEMS TO PAINT PEOPLE DIXON PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 301 FIRST ST. - PLUS THIS IS REAL! Everything you see PHONE 2-8961 NOW OPEN 5 P. M. STARTS 5:30 Terrific Action and Thrill-Packed Double Bill -- ftanM »r l*« J««t*-Jf P-il iff if ft satw J W tn 8R0D£RICK RICHARD MARILYN m actually happens! ROBERT CRUARK'S AFRICA ADVENTURE ctPATHECOLOR Mews pa per flR CHIVE

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