Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1950 · Page 3
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January 12, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH »AOBTtt»ni Medora Legion Groups Meet MEDORA, Jan. 12 (Special) The regular meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary was held Monday evening at Legion Hall. Separate business meetings wer»> held after which the organizations met (or a social time. The hostesses, Mrs. Kathryn Wedding, Mrs. Frances Milner, Mrs. Sarah Cameron, and Mrs. Sylvia Moore, served refreshments. During the Auxiliary meeting ' Mrs. Corinne Harlan was appointed to send out cards to the sick. It was announced that Jan. 19 is the date for the Auxiliary district meeting to bo held at Springfield. The County Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held Jan. 25 at Bunker Hill. The hostesses for the February meeting will be Mrs. Mary Challacombe, Mrs. Fannie May Hunt, Mrs. Dorothy Bennett, and Mrs. Florence Maple. Medorlan's Brother Die* MEDORA—Mrs. Truman Bowker received word Tuesday night of the death of her brother, Albert Owens, Decatur, which occurred about 6:30 p. m. He had been ill the past four years and prior to his illness had been power dispatcher for the Illinois Traction. He was a son of the late Luke and Viola Owens. He Is survived by his wife, one ion and two grandchildren; five brothers, Elmer, Decatur; Melvin, California; William, Buffalo; Ernest, Springfield; the Rev. Harold Owens, Casey, and one sister, Mrs. Truman Bowker, Medora. N. Z. Norsemen Celebrate Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the prosperous little town of Norsewood, New Zealand, recalled that it« first settlers, in 1874, were a band of Norwegians who took up 40-acre sections of dense native forest. These Norsemen were part of a group of 475 who sailed in 1872 from Christiania (now Oslo) at the invitation of the New Zealand Government. Norsewood's first schoolmaster had to learn Norwe' gian before he could teach his pu pils English. Save orange halves from which the juice has been squeezed and fill them with seasoned mashed squash; brown the tops under the broiler or in the oven. •*•» More tteto" Regularly $2.95 NOW COZY CAP SPECIAL Jtofu/ar 11.95 NOW All Colon. 29 MHJJNEHY Icubion floor Do You Know Why TIDE It Making Headline? - St* toft 22 - "Eat mote hake" It the slogan adopted by fish industry firms in Cape Town, who art trying to promote sales of South African fish foods, their biggest obstacle is the fact that Cape Town does not know hake by its English name, but as stockfish, an unpopular type. Stockfish Is plentiful and can be smoked, boiled or fried. It It also sold as smoked haddock. The hake's feeding habits are the same as any other fish and It Is a victim purely of local prejudice, experts say, Cat iwlma for Meals SPRINGFIELD, 111. — (*» — There's one cat near here that not only swims but gets his dally food at the Mtn« time. The cat dives Into Lake Springfield after its spots a fish In the water which is way over It* head and comes up with a meal. Stort Fixtures Office Remodeling Shelving Stort Remodeling Counters Display Counter CUSTOM MADE SKILLED WORKMEN COLSTON'S FIXTURE DIAL 2-8714 EQUIPMENT ALTON JANUARY MILLINERY CLEARANCE Better. Hats Drastically Reduced. MOSTLY ONE-OF-A-KIND Good Selection for Early Shoppers. ALL WINTER HATS Millinery Fashion Floor $ „ sed styles ^vWW*:,.:- ly jrtr now % to ! /2 oft Included are VITALITY, OEROOSE, JOHANSEN $T90 § and $6.90 BxrretM footwear elegance now further reduced to dear swat all remaining sizes. Included ara (he Mason's leading fashion hits in a wide array of colon and materials. All sizes, but not in all styles! swanky higher priced SPORTS exciting SPECIAL PURCHASE $90 3 An exciting array with leather and crepe soles Included are ceouint Goodyear Welt Saddlt Oxford*, Wondrous saving* tor yots. Site* 4 to 9. Main Floor OFFER OUTSTANDING VALUES IN OUR ... Once again Youno'* annual White Sole ha* ratted around and we are proud to offer you the same fine merchandise tee have offered in the pa«t nt u GREATER SAVWGS. The Famous FOXCROFT SHEETS The Foxcroft name offers you the VERY SAME quality muslin that Young's has sold to you Alton Area Housewives for 30 years at a greater savings. Why take less than the best, especially when our sheets are from the famous Foxcroft mills? The two most popular sizes, 81"x99" and 72"xl08" ir Straight tailored generous hems. if Torn size before hemming. if Tearing assures straight sheets after many launderings if Soft finish standard count quality muslin. if Quality assures years of service. if A make famous from coast to coast. Those Beautiful Cut Patterns TOWELS Slight Irregulars of $2.98 Value Luxurious towels to dress your bath. Towels so soft, so fine they make bathing a pleasure. Grey White Deep Blue Flamingo Emerald Minerva Yellow Third Floor 72x99 Inch 81x108 Inch $1.64 $|.84 THIRSTY TOWELS Bold Colors . . .Double Thread . .. Thirsty Fiber ... A towel team that Bangs up on water. Towels nude thirsty and kept thinly till you use them. Peach Flamino Chartreuse Aqua Grey Bath Size 20x40 Inches 79« GUEST SIZE . . . WASH CLOTHS . RUFFLED CURTAINS 49e 20e Third Floor Ruffles full enough for the fullest, material strong and sturdy to last, Marquisette 52 inches wide and 90 inches long, a special purchase item. SHAG RUGS Quality shag at a price that can't be beat. Slip-proof patented backs. A stag rug that will add lustre to your every room. 18"x3t" Colors grey, green, chartreute, deep rose, Colonial Florence Panel* Woven dainty figures 60 inches wide, BO inches long, with 3 rows of ruch- ing. '2 per panel Marquisette Curtains Tailored curtains 42 inches wide and 80 inches long. A real buy. per pair 3rd Floor. Panel* A very special bargain from our downstairs shop. 89' panel

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