Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1950 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 27, 1950
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THURSDAY, APRIL 2?, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGSTHRS* At one lime or another In history, men have made footwear out of wood, Ivory, metal, textiles, straw, paper, rubber, taw skins— usually when there wa» not enough leather for soles and uppers, READ TELEQhAPH WANT AbS Green peas are delicious served In a mushroom sauce; add a little grated onion to the sauce to en* hance the mushroom flavor. KIDS GET TO WATCH STEEPLE RAISING-Children of Old Cathedral school were allowed to go across State street into a vacant lot to watch the hoisting operation. Soon it began to pall on some, and they began their usual sportive play while others sat and watched the steelworkers.—Staff photo. Happy Neivs InandOutof Service With Men of Area Jordan in Florida FLEET HOME TOWN NEWS CENTER, GREAT LAKES—Kermit Jordan, airman apprentice, USN, of 211 Pence, East Alton, recently reported for duty at the Naval Auxiliary Air station, Corry Field, Pensacola, Fla. Jordan, who entered the naval service June 21, 1949, received his recruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. Before entering the navy he attended East Alton-Wood River Community High school. In South China Sea FLEET HOME TOWN NEWS CENTER GREAT LAKES—Navy men, serving aboard the aircraft carrier UUS Boxer, who recently took part in joint United States- British Naval maneuvers in the South China Sea were Charles Standiford Cunningham, seaman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. Cunningham of 419 Shamrock, and Carl Newton Bond, fireman apprentice, son of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence L. Bond of 209 Lincoln, East Alton. The exercises were conducted off the coast of the Philippine Islands, near Luzon. Participating In the operation were units of the US Seventh Fleet, the 13th Air Force, based in the Philippines, and ships of the British For Eastern Fleet. Before reporting to the Philippines, the Boxer spent a week in Yokostila, Japan, and five days In Hong Kong. Cunningham, a former student at East Alton-Wood River Community High school, entered nava, service in June, 1946, while Bond, a July, 1949, naval entry, is a graduate of Wood River High. Lodge on Luzon CLARK AIR FORCE BASE, APO 74—Pfc. Bernard L. Lodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Lodge, of 74 East Elm, Alton, has been assigned to duty with the 24th Supply Group, Depot at historical Clark air force base, largest American military installation the Far East, located in Central Luzon. While at sea, on his way to the Philippines aboard the US army transport General Darby, Pfc. Lodge viewed constantly changing panorama of the Islands. A graduate of Alton High school, Pfc. Lodge joined the air force In May 1, 1948, and arrived in the Philippines during the later part of March from the 655th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron, Pine Camp, N. Y. Pakistan's 1949 wheat crop was about 22.8 percent above 1948's big crop. Mother! Sew this happy-making sunfrock for your pretty little | girl! Plus a brand new idea—the blouse-slip! Make two to give her plenty of fresh dainty change-offs! Pattern 4646 comes in sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 sundress takes 2 yds. 35-in.; blouse-slip, 1% yds. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illuslrated instructions. Send 25 cents in coins for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, cure of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Important announcement! Our new Anne Adams Summer Pattern Book is ready! Send 20 cents more, be first to have this collection of styles that make sewing a pleasure. Vacation clothes for all. j Plus complete directions and diagrams on how to make two bath gnrongs (for Mr. and Mrs.). Simply Delicious! Luscious fresh-looking motifs make your kitchen towels a feast for the eyes! Embroidered In simple stitches—beginners can do it! A, child's rainy-day task that Is fun to do! Pattern 727 has transfer of 7 motifs about 7x8 Inches. Laura Wheeler's improved pattern makes crochet and knitting so simple with its charts, photos and concise directions. Send 90* in ooiiu for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecra/t Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York U, N. Y. Print plainly PAT- TKKN NUMBER, your NAME ana APDKESS. Ideas galore for household and for personal accessories in our Laura Wheeler Newlecraft Book. Illustrations of crochet, knitting, embroidery patterns; slip-covers, rugs, toys, pictures, quilts. Send 20 cents for your copy. A free pattern Is printed in the book, E-O-M Millinery Clearance Values to $8.95 Young's Millinery 2nd Floor Play Shoes All Colors—AH Sizes $3.90 S6.95 Values Children's Oxfords Long Wearing Seles Shoe Dept, r- VI L I Mill T E D Summer SuivFasMons . . . gay at a poroiol. Above, left: Dual personality in a young tun- drass with inverted skirt pleats, big pockets. To cover up when the sun goes down, the new and important sleeveless lumber-jacket. Of Soap 'n Water Irelin, $17.95. Righti smooth, colorful Sail-Away Cloth invites easy laundering. Puckered 'tank-top* with removable bows . . wear two, as sketched, one or none $12.95 Ours Alone, of course. _ Young's Fashion Floor HEY RIDS Mothers Notions Main Floor NOVELTY APRONS In the cutest, most colorful patterns you've ever seen. . '1.00 Plastic and Satin Scuffs Real sharp lookin' loaf aroundi QQ/t for Mom Q5JW PLASTIC RAINCOATS Kids your chance to keep your Mom from being all wet TERRY CLOTH SCUFFS Washable, colorful scuffs. A swell present for Mom. GARMENT BAGS. Zipper opening,, box hanger lop for $1 nrt Mom', clothe* .....I.UU Watch (or Mere Kiddies Gilts for Mem at $1 or Less E-O-M CLEARANCE We soy clearance because that Is exactly what we mean, Prices slashed to move these items and make room for summer stock, DOWNSTAIRS STYLE SHOP COTTON DRESSES, $3,99 value $1,00 WHITE UNIFORMS, $2,95 values $1,99 RAYON BLOUSES, $2.99 values ,,.,., $1,77 RAYON SKIRTS, $2.99 values $1,77 HOSIERY, MAIN FLOOR NYLON HOSE Values to $1.75 59cpr. Rayon and Cotton Hose IScpr, HAVILAND CHINA GLASSWARE STEMWARE CHINA BREAD BOXES WASTE BASKETS CANISTER SETS DUST PANS SOAP BOXES STOVE MATS SERVING TRAYS SPIC & SPAN THERMOS BOTTLES GRANITE ROASTERS CHEESE SLICERS OFF Downstairs Store SPORTSWEAR Main Floor RAYON GABERDINE SKIRTS $2.88 BLpUSES, values to $3.98 ...$1.00 BLOUSES, values to $10.95 .$4.88 values to $4.98 $2.88 PULLOVER SWEATERS, $3.98 values $3.00 WOOL CHILL CHASERS $4,88 WOOL BOLERO SUITS, $5.88 and $6.88 CORDUROY PEDAL PUSHERS ,.. .$4.88 WOOL AND RAYON SKIRTS $3.98 GOLF DRESSES, values to $12.95 $5.00 NYLON SWEATERS ...$4.00 FOUNDATION GARMENTS 2nd Floor " FRONT LACE CORSETS $4.00 GIRDLES, values to $6.50 $3.00 GIRDLE DRYERS 89c GLOVES, SCARFS Main Floor RAYON GLOVES, $1.50 value 88c. 16 RIB UMBRELLAS, $3.98 value .$2,29 PLASTIC HAIN SCARES .;.............. *. .v*..... ,39c s PLASTIC RAIN HOODS ..............S9c* 36-IN. SILK SQUARES, $1.59 value .88c 18-IN. SILK SQUARES 3 for $1.00, * LINEN AND ^COTTON HANDKERCHIEFS 4 for $1,00 HOME FURNISHINGS : 3rd Floor MARQUISETTE RUFFLE CURTAINS, pair .$2.00" READY MADE SLIP COVERS J /a Price ODD LOT CURTAINS J /2 Price PLASTIC COTTAGE SET, per set $1.89; DOT RUFFLE CURTAINS, pair $3.98 24x36 CHENILLE RUGS $1.49 Irish Linen Damask Dinner Cloths Values to $23.69 70x88 72x144 70x106 72x108 72x90 62x108 QFF 20x40 CANNON TOWELS 39c PIECE GOODS 3rd Floor SOLID COLOR RAYONS, $1.19 value .69c RAYON PRINTS, 89c value 39c 3ROADCLOTH PRINTS, 89c value 39c NOTIONS Main Floor JCILLA COTTON YARNS ..'., 49c OXED STATIONERY, values to $1.98 79c ; 3HGANDY APRONS, $1.59 values .... .V $1.00 „ JAPKINS, 60 count, 38c value, box 19c COSMETIC BAGS " Main Floor NATIONALLY ADVERTISED COSMETIC KITS. .,,.,$5,00 DRESSER SETS .$9,95 up BUBBLE BATH 2 for $1.00 CORDE BAGS 54.95 t»p BLACK CALFSKIN BAGS .,,».,,^43.95- JEWELRY ,,,..,4 for $1,00 COMPACTS $1.00 Bedding Basement STERLING SHEETS 72x108- $1 81x99 Ai LACE CURTAIN PANELS, each $1,00 CRINKLE CREPE yd. 39c §<UQQ BEDDING 3rd Floor 70x95 COTTON SHEET BLANKETS JUMBO UTILITY BAGS BLANKET STORAGE BAGS TAFFETA DOWN COMFORTS , TOTS AND PRE-TEENS 2nd Floor TEEN AGE CO ATS, values to 525 ,,. ,,.,,,.,, TEEN AGE SUITS, value* $19,95 .$JWQ COTTON DRESSES, $4,98 valuw $2,88 J2.8* valuwfLJ? TEEN AGE DRESSES, valuw tg $9,95 .,..,...,,, TOTS' COTTON DRESSES- 82.98 vol. $1*09 (US v«L. BOYS' SHOUTS «,«MI»<«I»JIMMM«IIM«»»»*MM

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