Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 36
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 36

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
Page 36
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THURSDAY, APRIL «, 1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTT-MVBN Electors OK Budget in Foster Twp. ft)STERBURa — eieeton approved a town fund budget of 17,900 and general assistance budget of $3,000 at the annual town meeting here Tuesday. The town fund budget 1* $1,000 lower than a year ago and the general assistance budget ts $2,000 lower. A proposal to register voters for future township elections was approved. frwlfi Dingerson was moderator. Plan Shower for Chesterfield Woman CHESTERFIELD — Miss Mar* garet Downs win be honored Friday evening with a miscellaneous shower at Keller school house. Miss Downs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruwell Downs of this city, will be married in the near future to Grnc Tralaff of Car- llnville. Canvassing Arm CHESTERFIELD — Members of thp Woman's Cluh are canvassing this area for donations for maintenance of the Peebles Cemetery. Persons wishing to send in their rontributions may do so by sending them to Mrs. C. W. Towse of Chesterfield. News Notes CHESTERFIELD - Mr. and Mrs. George Conlee and family of Ripon. Wis., were holiday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oriente and family of Montello, Wis., were Sunday guests of relatives here. KANE - Gerald Ashlock, Clif ford Clendenen and Billie Joe Clendenen have returned to Great Lakes Training Station after; spending Eastern with their par-j ents. Mr. and Mrs. James Ash-! look and Mr. and Mrs. Albert; Clendenen. Tom Worley returned to Cha-, mite Air Force Base, Rantoul. Sunday after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clabaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin LaBuryere. James Crolchett returned Monday to Illinois State Normal University, after spending 10 days with his mother, Mrs. Ross Crotchett. Mr. and Mrs. John Brinker had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and! Mrs. Howard Rollins and family j of Roodhouse and Tony Brinker of j Carrollton and Miss Mary In DeSha-l sler. ! Mr. and Mrs. Oman Vander- sand returned Monday from Phoenix, Ariz., where they spent the past three months. Lester Scanland and son. Richard, returned to Chicago Sunday after vistiing at the Neil Greene home. Mrs. William Reif returned to her home in Carrollton Tuesday! after visiting Monday with her! sister, Mrs. H. F. Freeh. Moro MORO — Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Lambert have received an-j nouncement of the birth of their j first grandchild, a son of Dr. and) Mrs. Robert Laatsch. The baby. was born March 28 at Bethesd* | Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Md..j and has been named Steven Fred- j erick. Mrs. Laatsch, who before her marriage was Miss Marilyn Lambert, is a graduate of Ed- wardsviHe High School and St. Luke's School of Nursing, ' St. Louis. Dr. Laatsch is with the National Institute of Health in Washington, D. C. Lanny Wildman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wildman and a student at Harding College, Searcy, Ark,, spent the Easter vacation here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eo>in DeWerff entertained 12 guests at dinner Sunday honoring their son Robert, who was confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church on Palm Sunday. Mrs. Paul Roley and children ol Champaign spent Easter at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dorsey. The home ol the late Mrs. Josephine Lerche on Maple street will be sold at public auction on April 29 at 10 a.m. Entertain* Quant* WOOD RIVER - Mr. and Mrs. James Feezel, 711 E. Ferguson Ave., entertained Miss Sue Webster, Ernporia, Kan., and their son, Jerry Feezel, Harvey, 111., over the Easter weekend at their home. Jerry is a teacher at Breman High School in Midlothian, 111. The Feezels also gave a family dinnr Saturday evening. Guests who attended the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Roseberry and son, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kleuter and son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jame Feezel and family, Edwardsville; and Robert Carlson, Wood River. Meeting Friday WOOD RIVER — The meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the home oi Mrs. L. L. Harrad, 209 Eighth St., rather than April 14 as previously scheduled, Mrs. Sophie Webb, president, has announced. Read Telegraph Want Ada Daily Now Von Can Look To FOR BRIDALS - NORMALS COCKTAIL AND STREET DRESSES 201 W, 3*0 exclusively HO 2.SS2S FOR junior dresses and sportswear NOW a • •comt in and ••• why we'rt so pltcratd to hctvt the famous Carole King junior dresses and Doris Dodson sportswear I The Elegante joins hands with these nationally advertised styles to bring you the latest iashion news this season .,. and every season I You've admired them in your favorite magazines. Now see them in our Carole King and Doris Dodson depart* merits! SUNNY VACATIONER Aw*-«-«-r you go fc» Carol* Kfa* dree* with the Hgh* bw«y Km* Trtnly bowed bodk» fe paneled with check, to nfttdh to twfagfa* fitirt in • «ab* bland of cotton sod Amal till Mill. §-«. * THE PLEATED SHEATH that's mushroom pleated for keeps because it's in a fabric blend of Arnel triacetate and nylon knit.. Happy vacationer, because it travels so well... packable, shrugs wrinkles, washes and drips dry. White or black. 5-15. <H advertised in 8EVENTEBW 'II Free Alterations SUMMER SCENE... As You Like It You, the leading lady... winning bouquets of compliments In a dress beautiful by day and by dark! Wide stripes of blazing color, a mere minimun of straps, two important pockets on a skirt meant to billow over its own petti- flounce. Gold, pink or blue stripe*, the fabric ii a look- lovely blend of cotton and silk. 6-15. sinus a* ttdvtrtited in SEVENTEEN You're Invited... to see these and many other lovely fashions from The Elegante modeled in the lavish FASHION JAMBOREE sponsored Jby Alton Bethel Chapter of Job's Daughters at the Masonic Hall 300 State St.—Downtown Alton 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11 Attendance Prize Refreshments See Doris Dodson sportswear for play! See Carole King dresses for day or date! See the breathtakingly beautiful cocktail dresses, | long and short formals, and bridal gowns modeled by these members of Alton Bethel Chapter: what a BEAUTIFUL BOUQUET of a dresd Flowers and stripe* «br*wn on a field of cotton sateen t» bloom afresh with ewery tabbing... ibe scooped -neckfia* bodice moulding yo«r waist above a floaty skirt. Back »p for easy-into. 5-lft. Sift 05 17 95 Roberta Pointer Carolyn Meyers Barbara Boch Carol Sue Hunler Susan Sei/erl Marsha Reed Carolyn Cox /eon Overath /one Hutfe Tarn Hutle Sandy Ozee Karen Schelle Jean Wagenblast JoAnn Haii Susan Shy Sandra Shy Connie Ketchum Janet Daniels Lifaby Woll Diane Weber Verna Meyenberg Commentary by Miss Evelyn* Farber. Fashion Coordinator for Carole King and Doris Dodson CftIyp*Ol with Doris Podson'* sprightly calypso print coordinates strictly on the tashion beat! Gay fashion that'* for fun, and such fun to wear ... and W« for, in Sail tone cotton! Sketched. font a ini*'your-own collection: brief crop top, tapered shorn *nd full skirt AH in met 5*1* Muw Evelyne Farb«r Fashion Coordinator (or Carole King and Doris Dodson, who will commentate the show WEAR COIOH WITH ZING! I Th» **f Carols Kinf MM print stripM in (tone** eolor ha« far ttsf f»yMt jMtMf shMth to ss» you through * «f tm md* sun «r •tarn. Al cotton with th* V 4 gob* and gob* of flattery in Doris Doclson's shipshape coordinates! They're designed for your summer of fun in carefree white Arnel triacetate and cotton duck that takes to soap 'n' water like you know what! Wear the roll-up deck pants with sailor-and-rope-trim overblou*e or brief sun top ...or mix your own mate* from • Urge collection. '12.95

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