Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 31, 1972 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 31, 1972
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Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, August 31, 1972 A-13 FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 Terrific Buys Per Back To School And Holiday Weekends. SOc Scorvea • Hose Jewelry • Hats Values to $6.00 $5.00 Swimsuits, Dresses Hot Pant Suits Pants, Skirts Shorts, Sweaters Values (o $40.09 Shorts Pants Blouses Purses Va/ues $15.00 Hostess Gowns Dresses Coots Cocktail Oresscs Pantsuits Values to $00.00 525,00 Ponrsuirs Costumes Formats Dresses Coats Value* to $75.00 22 graduate from Olin school of nursing Commencement exercises for 22 students of the F. W. Olin Vocational School of Practical Nursing was held on Aug. 24 at the Alton High School cafeteria. Jeanne Benjey, Eva M. Boucherie, Glenda Sue Callender, Carol Sue Comp- tori, Janet Lee Cowley, Rita Other Special Buys Too Numerous fo Mention FASHIONS MONTICELLO PLAZA GODFREY, ILL. PHONE 466-3821 OPEN MON. & FRI. 9:30-9 TUES., WED., THURS. & SAT. 9:30 lo 5:30 Comfortably COOL GRAND NOW! OPEN 6:30 DUSTIN HOFFMAN ANNE / BANCROFT / THE 6RAD5JATE An Avce Imboiiy t»\»m* SHOWN 7:10 9:10 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER •, \ BEST \ \ DIRECTOR 4 \ MIKE / \ NICHOLS S-. \ 1H7 S. Ernst, Joan Kathleen Franke, Betty Gozia, Dollie B. Johnson, Carol M. Kanter, Mary M. Kincade; Judy C. King, Ann McGinnis, Mary Mardell Meyer, Geraldine Moore, Barbara L. Rusciolelli, Eileen M. Simonds, Connie Beth Singler, Betty G. Smith, Margie M. Stout, Cathy D. Sullivan and Nancy Sue Wilson. Malcolm L. Kindig, a member of the Board of Education of the Alton School district presented the diplomas. Mrs. Ruby King, a Tonite Lost Times "Napoleon & Sattmntha" 8:50 "Barefoot Executive" 7:15 (G) Comfortably COOL I WILDEY Starts Friday Clint Eastwood "JOE KIDD" 7:15 9:15 (PO) MID-AMERICA THEATRES ***** BEST PICTURE • BEST DIRECTOR . m , ,, r „:„,.„„ HAMLET KUMUCKft Open 6:30 Shown: 6)45*9:05 3rd BIG W ]EK! CAMEO 162? WASHINCION . DIAL 465 705? ALTON'S FINEST! Mat. Sun. Open 1:30 Shown: 2iOO • 4:25 6:45-9:10 BORE now through Labor Day LADIES' COATS AND PANTSCOATS orig. $30 and $40 $20 LADIES 1 DRESSES AND PANTSUITS orig. 11.99 to 14.99 LADIES' PANTS AND SKIRTS orig. 3.99 to 7.99 $2 $3 $4 LADIES' BLOUSES & BODYSUITS orig. 1.99 to 6.99 $1 $2 $3 LADIES' SHORTS, SETS, SHIFTS orig. 199 to 6.99 $1 $2 $3 Unbelievable buys for the entire family.. special selections, hand-picked styles. Reductions from stock .. .they're all here at the very lowest prices imaginable! GIRLS' sizes 7-14 KNIT DRESSES Open daily 9:30-9:30 Monday, Labor Day 10-6 originally 3.99 2 99 GIRLS' FLARE-LEG SLACKS regularly 3.99 2 99 GIRLS' SUMMER SPORTSWEAR £ 50% OFF BOYS' FLARE LEG SLACKS BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS SCOO 2 <«< S 5 MEN'S PILE ZIP LINED RAINCOATS orig. 221 $ 12 MEN'S POLYESTER BLEND SUITS orig. 39.95 to 42.95 not every size in every style $ 20 MEN'S SPORTCOATS orig. 26.88 to 36.95 look for the red tags $12 MEN'S SLACKS AND JEANS orig. 5.95 to 12.95 sizes 29*34 $2 $3 MEN'S POLYESTER DOUBLEKNIT SLACKS 7 88 MEN'S short sleeve SHIRTS reg. 3.99 reg.4.99 *t for 4- /tfor 0 2811 GODFREY RD. (RT. 67) Just North of Delmar Ave. at the Beltline AMERICA'S LARGEST FAMILY CLOTHING CHAIN member of the Practical Nursing Alumnae, presented awards for excellence in the practice of nursing arts and skills in the clinical area to Nancy Wilson, from Alton Memorial Hospital; Dollie B. Johnson from St. Anthony's Hospital; and Janet Lee Cowley from St. Elizabeth's Hospital. Granite City. The Nightingale Lamp, the highest award in nursing, was presented to Mary M. Kin- c;ide. 3rd BELL INN CAFETERIA & LOUNGE 99c SPECIAL DAILY Private Parties •i, in. MUM ntntt FKtt PARKING! INOS TONIGHT! (G) WALTOISNfYS "NAPOLSOM AND SAMAUTHA" AT ; tSPUJ'i IUBEFOOT FXEcunvr AI n 55 Starts TOMORROW |NJ From the Master of Shock A Shocking Masterpiece liij"-. Dinner at the BLEP 'N 1 BIRO tin* week DINING HOURS Till 10 P.M. Nightly Open All Afternoon Sunday NIGHTLY 8:50 A deadly new twist from the oriemal Hitchcock i ILFRED HITCHCOCK'S "FRENZY" •PLUS- FAYE DUNAWAY« "PUZZLE OF A DOWNFALL CHILD" NIGHTLY AT 7:00 fSTARHGHT liOO COUISI »«, M.TON 4K4HI HOW SHOWIHC! FMID AMERICA THEATRES OPEN 7 P.M. START DUSK BEL-AIR HWY 66 till • NOW Thru TUES. ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S "FRENZY" PLUS: CLINT EASTWOOD 'PLAT MISTY FOR MI" (Rl CAPRI OLD SI lOim DO OPEN 7 P.M. START DUSK • NOW Thru TUES. • Au-finl Winner: "SUPWITU ttWSS" "The Last Picture Show" (R) -PLUS 'LOVE MACHINE" (R) If yotfre looking for trouble ..__ he's JOE KIDD. CLINT EASTWOOD JOEJUDD i CO-HIT I < MINNESOTA MID Read Telegraph Read Telegraph Wain Ads Daily! Want Ads Daily! You're a dreamer r even if you think you're not. Let a psychologist show you how to "catch" those elusive dreams of ypurs, how to analyze them, how to put them to work to make you happier, with a new sense of freedom about yourself One of 39 articles and features in the SEPTEMBER READER'S DIGEST Your dreams: What they tell about you. F F < IL orF loi PC R ® M RATING GUIDE 'arents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Ages Admitted 3JSS -i PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED y Some Material May Not Bi Suiiablo For Pie-Teenagert fCF^Cti tsstUjyt RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanying Pasinl or Adult Guardian «£g& NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED (Age limit may vary in certain areas) __ Primed as B public '.srvice by <£& » ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH BETHALTO HOMECOMING * LABOR DAY WEEKEND* Fri.-Sat.-Sun.-Mon., Sept. 1, 2, 3 & 4 • RIDES! • CONCESSIONS! • CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT!

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