Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1950 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 12, 1950
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOI HVtM 14,211 Dropped from U.S. Payroll in November WASHINGTON, Jan. 12. (JP> The Civil Service Commission today reported a drop ol 14,211 civilian workers from government payrolls in November. This brought the number employed In the executive branch of the government down to 1,988,630 —marking the first time the total has dropped below 2,000,OQO since October, 1948. BEAD TULBOBAPH WAJft AIM «• •*•* III iAZAAt Your best bib n* tucker...a Paula Brooks! Faille dress with simulated crystal bib •f pendants that goes under buttoned-down cottar. The skirt, softly contrived with youth- id duped faHoess in front. Sizes ft to ML Dinner t'deux... the faille restaurant auk-dress in the new day length. A rose poised oa the hipline shows timidly forth 'neath the jacket peplum. The godet flare of the skirt effects a floating panel. Size* 8 to 18. fashion HOOT F. B. Leach Re-Elected Head Of Chesterfield State Bank Chesterfield Guild Lists Year's Program CHES'iEKKIKLD, Jan. 12. (Special)—Members of St. Peter's Episcopal Guild Society were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lydia Ambler. Program meeting sites and dates for the year were given each member and are as follows: Jan. 25, Mrs. Alice Bramley; Feb. 8, Mrs. Clara Barr; Feb. 22, Mrs. Frank Dams; March 8, Mrs. Mattie Dams; March 22, Mrs. JOP Hall; April 5. Mrs. Louis Banks; April 8, annual Easter food sale; April 19, Mrs. W. A. Knoop; May 3, Mrs. J. B. Robinson. May 17, Mrs. Claude Bianan; May 31, Mrs. Bessie Townzen; June 14. Mrs. Horace Bramley; June 28, Mrs. William Bowman; July 12, Mrs. Lula Moore and Mrs. Wolfe; July 26, MBS. James Reader; Sept. 6, Mrs. Blanche Hewitt and Mrs. Tim Chism; Sept. Mrs. Birdie Van- Bebber; Oct. 4, Mrs. Dave Rigsbey. Oct. 18, Miss Ethel Doughty; Oct. 21, annual auction sale; Nov. 1, Mrs. Claude Green; Nov. 15, Mrs. Manning Miller; Nov. 29, Mrs. Lydia Ambler and Mrs. Jane Cox; Dec. 3, election of officers; Dec. 27, Christmas meeting. Mrs Bessie Townzen is president rtf the group, Mrs. Dnve Rigsbey, vice president; Mrs. Lula Moore, secretary; Mrs. Claude Branan, treasurer, and Mrs. W. A. Knoop, devotional leader. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD.—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Woods visited Tuesday afternoon at. the hospital In Springfield where their son, Jimmy, is a polio patient. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huyear attended a surprise birthday supper at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Huyear Drew, Carlinvllle, in honor of Mrs. Harry Huyear. Bradley Seeks Nod for Sheriff In Jersey Co. CHESTERFIELD, Jan. 12. (Special)—F. B. Leach was re-elected president of the Chesterfield State Bank at the annual meeting of the firm, Monday. Other directors and officers re- j elected include J. S. Hounsley, vice president; J, H. Parker, cashier; Kenneth Woods and H. R. Middlekauff. assistant cashiers. ! Directors re-elected are W. E. > Followed, J. S. Hounsley, W. L. Hounsley, F. B. Leach, H. A. Leach, H. R. Mlddlekauff, and J. : H. Parker. Jersey Off ice Has Appearance Of Trading Post JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 12.—(Special.)—Albert D. Bradley, who resides on a farm east of here, has circulated his petition as a candidate tor the Republican nomination for sheriff of Jersey County. , Bradley is a veteran of World War II and served for two years and nine months In Africa and Europe. He was injured in action and hospitalized for some time j as a result of his injuries. He is j the fourth generation of his family to live in West Central Illinois. ! He wai born in St. Louis, and . came with his parents to Jersey County when he was five years of age. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bradley. Bradley is 40 years old and is announcing his candidacy on the basis of a strict law enforcement program. He is particularly interested In the solution of the juvenile delinquency problem. A total of 993 federations of agriculture cooperatives have been formed In Japan by June 30, 1949. JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 12,—(Special.)—The office of County Clerk Grover Pearcc continues to take; on the atmosphere - of a Hudson Bay trading post as more fox and ground hog scalps continue to arrive for payment of bounties. Among those who presented j scalps for bounty the past several days arc: Herman Geisler, Piasa township, one fox, three groundhogs; A. E, Crone, Jersey, one fox; Harold Wahle, Otter Creek, one fox; Laurina Krepps, Mississippi, 2 foxes; Herbert Watson, Jersey, one fox; John Dickerson, Fidelity, 2 foxes; H. S. Watkins, Otter Creek, one fox; John Pfifer, Piasn, 4 foxes; Vernon Bounds, Jersey, one fox; E. Crone, Jersey, one fox, 2 groundhogs; Norman Tucker, English, 2 foxes; Hubert Hoffman, Elsah, 7 foxes, and Joe Heltzig, English, one fox and 3 groundhogs. The larger number of pelts presented thus far was by George Kirchner, Rlchvvood, who brought in 22 foxes. George Price of Elsah is second thus far with 16 foxes at one time. Japanese Get Healthier TOKYO—(^"1—The Japanese are getting . healthier. General McArthur's health and welfare sec- tton says in a report that 'progress has been made in controlling disease," death rates are down, and some once-feared, disease are no longer a menace. Beware Coughs From Common Colds That HANG ON Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen »nd expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes.Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough ar you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION fforCoughs.ChestColds.Bronchitts SHOC SALC CASUALS Black—Browrl Blue—Grey Green SHOP and SAVE! 51 GAUGE—IS DENIER NYLON HOSE Rtgular $1.35 Values In all the ihadei. HANDBAGS PLASTJC AND FABRIC Black—Red Barlcffj s With HOME OWNED Annual January Clearance Every ifem listed in this clearance is our own merchandise —all national!^ adverted brands. Broken Sizes . . . discontinued numbers ... All current styles. W Group No. 1 SUITS Group No. 2 Group No. 3 8 29°° Values to $45.00 Values to S55.0O Regular, Long, Short — 34 to 48 Values to $75.00 TOPCOATS Group No. 1 Group No. 2 Grown No. 3 *19°° $ 29°° *39°° Values to $35.00 Values to $45.00 Values to 865.00 Sportcoats Jackets No. 1 Group Value* to $38.50. All 20% Off No. 2 Group Valuer to $89.50. Jackets . smaii Lot $ >dj 95 Leisure Coats . . Winthrop Group No. 1 Values to $9.95 099 4^^m Sixes *^^ 9K to 18 SHOES Winthrop Group No. 2 Group No. 3 Values to $10.95 Values to 814.50 SIZON 7H to 14 HATS $7.50 to $12.50 Q99 6 3 /4 10 7'/4 HATS $15.00 «o 520.00 6 99 Sixes 6 3 A to 7Vz TIES $1.50 to $2.50 89* White Shirts Values to $4.95 114 to 17 8 for 96.50 SPORT SHIRTS Ages 8 to 16 Apt 8 to 16 Boys 9 Department ^^ IHSCOlMllMlAVl'E S*LK Ar ^fc\ /, ^tf4 OFF EVERY ITEM WILL BE SOLD To Make Room tot Larger Boy Scout Department. OFF Fair Trade MK Not Included Fair Trad* Itenui Nt* Included N Itane Owned Store fer Men nnd Venn* Men

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