Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1950 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 13, 1950
Page 5
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FfclDAY, JANUARY 13, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FAOftftVB Explorer Party Saturday Night Eplorer Scouts of Piasa Blvd Council. Boy Scouts of America, will stage their first annual hall and party, Saturday at Camp Wnrren Levis. Tho Marline time is 8 p. m. Explorers are invited to attend with their guests to take part in an evening of square dancing, stunts and, as R final activity, n "bridge of honor." The "bridge of honor" will consist of tho award of ratings and scout badges earned by Iho explorers over tho past months. The bnlt is sponsored by (he council explorer planning committee, of which George Berry, John Manger, Leo Turk, Darrel Fowler, Pete Lamb, all of Alton. The plan is to add to this committee representatives of ench district, of the council. This planning committee will be charged with the responsibilty of planning and assisting the explorers and explorers units with n profitable scouting program on the older boy level. Greece, the Rock of Gibraltar, North Africa, Malta and Italy. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" HOT ONLY UUQXi BUT'LOOSENS UP' <uuue iv COIOD PERTOSSIN has been prescribed by thousands of Doctors. It not only relieves such coughing but also 'loosens up phlegm' and makes It easier to raise. PERTUSSW Is safe and mighty effective for both old and young. Pleasant Knne liny on Cruise FLKKT KOMI': TOWN NEWS CENTER, Great Lakes, III.—After n four-month cruise in the Mediterranean, William .1. Dixon, sen- man apprentice-, USN, of Kane, 111., is scheduled to. return to New- London, Conn., Jan. 27, aboard the submarine USS Tigrone. The Tigrone has been operating with the Sixth Tnsk Fleet overseas and all personnel were afforded the opportunity to visit France, ALTON ^SURGICAL APPLIANCE Co FRIGIDAIRE 1,1 nr — Kn**> Trrm* SCHWARTZ APPLIANCE CO. .14 VV. FKRUr.SON AVK. WOOD RIVER. H.I.. I'HONK 4-9341 Hundreds of Bond Broadcloths FORMERLY $ 2.95 177 * TOP QUALITY. Bond's shirt workrooms are changing their way of folding shirts — and in order to keep our stock uniform — this group is going for a song! Grab now—this is the quality that'll be celling at higher prices this spring! * LONG WEARING. Tested-for- wear, lustrous broadcloth—every yard colorfast and Sanforized.t * GOOD SELECTION. Yes, WHITES, solid colors, stripes, and sizes for all (but not every pattern in every size). * YES/ GUARANTEED. They carry Bond's unconditional guarantee for a full year. SALE '1.50 and *I.OO 3 for '2.00 Handsome, lustrous rayon satins, foulards, jacquards — bolds, neats, panels. ^Maximum iirl*i«|* 1%. 117 W. Third Si Store Hours: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Daily. Open Saturdays: 9 A.M. 'til 9P.M. TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS GREATEST IN BOND HISTORY! HURRY! SAVE! You've seen spectacular events at Bond's—but this eclipses them ALL! HUNDREDS of suits and coats specially selected from Bond's regular stocks (no special purchases, no garments tailored to meet a price). Now at deep-cut, money-in-your- pocket price slashes. You'll see original price tags on every one—the same price tags that always net-you substantial maker-to-you economies—NOW CUT TO THE BONE! Remember—biggest selections are for those who get here EARLYJ There are SIZES FOR ALL, but NOT EVERY PATTERN, COLOR or MODEL in EVERY SIZE! YOU'LL FIND suit* in pure worsteds, sharkskins, birdseyes. Checks, stripes, plaids and solid colors — single and double breasted*. YOU'LL FIND pure wool topcoat* in covert* and smooth gabardine*. Single breasted box coat* and the popular BaJ collar model*. YOU'LL FIND Reg. 37. 75... Sale-slashed to Reg. 45«75 ... Sale-slashed to Reg. 51.75... Sale-slashed to Reg. 57.75 ... Sale-slashed to 29.90 36.90 43.90 48.90 overcoat* in velour- finish meltons, cheviots, fleeces in •ingle or double breasted E^f TB A f Tremendous reductions on hundred! E A I KM • of Bond's TWO-TROUSU SUITS Small chorgtfor Charge A«*Mwt «r Clwrflt AMewH irt M exlm 117 West Third Street STORE HOURS: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Daily. OPEN SATURDAYS: 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.

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