Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 3
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April 13, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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>AY, APRIL 13,1961 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Third and tout Phent HO 5-7727 Tht Sfore not Qaalfff f flffl JOIN OUR "144" CLUB MEN! Open this new type of account today! Join Myers Bros. "144" Club Complete wardrobe • - - No down payment - - - 12 months to pay • • • $12 a month • - • No carrying charges! Myers Brothers "144" club is the ticket to success. It is an investment in luxury fabrics and detailed tailoring. What a perfect way to choose a complete wardrobe AND to wear as you pay. Choose a suit, hat, dress shirt, tie, pair of shoes, 3 pairs of socks, 2 lapel hankies, 6 pocket hankies, a sport coat, slacks, sport shirt and a belt... All this for only $144. AND you wear as you pay only $12 a month with no carrying charges... join today, our "144" club, only at Myers Brothers. Ask any salesperson for details. SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE!! All-Weather Coats! 16.75 MiB't Imported •li-wmttaer coati of tightly eotton with colorful cotton pl«ld Ju»t th« rt»W wwght lor ywr WMT. TheaS coaU , »r« w»ter t. vet wMhtbl*. Natural oaly. S in regular* »ad lon««. — second «o«i — Boys' Rambl-Cord Slacks! 2.99 Size* 6-30 Boyt' washable cotton rambl-cord tlack* by » famous maker whose name we can't reveal. . Ivy styling with. belt loop* in tan, rutt, olive and black grape. Theie w - "- ' "" ing pant« at 3.98 and 4 68. ick grape. These were our best sell Sues 6 to 20. Men's ilze* 28 to .16 alto available In cotton cord* and chinos. T R»g. 4-98 and «.M * — second How — Corduroy Suits! 19.75 1 Brighton Church Women Meet BRIGHTON — Mrty George Wagenblart led a program on •Servantu in the Service of Man" it the Wednesday meeting of he evening circle of the Women's Guild of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church. She was assisted by Mrs. Richard Foster and Mrs. Harold Schef el. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Harvey Meckfessel. Mrs. Jack* Austin was named o serve on the food committee of he Guild's annual molher-daugh- er banquet. Mrs. Emll Watts was hostess. Mrs. Dennis Orban will prepare the program for the next meeting and Mrs. Richard Foster will be hostess. Rebekah* to Meet BRIGHTON - Rebekah Lodge Open Friday 9 A.M. *t« 9 P.M. Young men'i three-piece corduroy tuiti tailored la the «IUn. tapered look and autbenuc natural shoulder *tyle. foe matching vest reverses to a pawey print. Choose yours Tor now ana aejtt (all at thli low. low price. Size* U to 44 In regular* and long*. Antelope ana ft A %• oUve. Reg. J9.9B *WeeTP •—• second Uoo? —' will meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. at! Mr and Mrs James E. Melton h» irxw Hail and daughters, Glenda and Kaye MeSrs attended the 22nd di 8 >' Bakersfield. Calif arrived here » spend a three weeks they have been staying and Mrs. J. J. Terry o Short Cemetery A Of f kern Re-Elected FOSTERBURO — Officers were elected at the annual business meeting for Short Cemetery at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Culp Tuesday evening. Gulp was re-elected president; William Hawkins, vice-president; Mrs. Clarence Welling, secretary; and Thomas Harris, treasurer. Program committee for the Memorial service which Is held annually In the cemetery is Wil Mam Hawkins, chairman, assisted by Clay Copeland and Tommy Culp. Memorial service will be Sunday, May 21, at 2:30 DST. Fmterbnrg Notes FOSTERBURG — Mr. and Mrs. Immanuel Rink and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. Fred Nystrom of Newfane Vt., are visiting relatives in this vicinity and Mt. Olive. Ordinance* Would Change Parking Limits Two ordinances to change ex sting parking time-limits receiv ed first reading at Wednesday Ight's City Council meeting. An ordinance which limits park- ng on Easton street between 4th nd 5th streets to four hours be- a » d a« now with Mr Bl11 C °P eland of Halll > la "'' trlct meeting at Girard, 111., Tuesday. Accompanying the noble , grand, Mrs Elma Frankford.'^ who served as official delega.es. J were Mrs. Ruth Hermes, Mrs. Verna Stamper, Mrs. Edith Lohr, . . . . . ... Mrs. Fannie Kuehnel, Mrs. Nell! The American ^gion Auxmary Findley, Mrs. Hilda Schmidt. «"" l "' d ' te A P r ' Mrs. Schmidt gave the tribute to dtt * at 7:JO P' m ' m the flag. Khoury League BRIGHTON - Brighton Khoury Baseball League members metj Qf Jules Verne Wednesday night at American ! Legion Hall for orientation on: MOSCOW (AP) — As a yout league rules, procedures and SC'IP- [ Yuri Gagarin liked to read Jule ule adopted Tuesday night at! Verne, the astronaut's falhe Bunker Hill, where Belmont Scheffel, local Khoury commis- Gagarin Was Fan sioner, was named district commissioner. says. Vrrne in 1872 wrote "Aroun the World in 80 Days." Gagarin did it in 89 minutes. iwcen 9 a.m. ffrf 9 p.m., would amended to provide unlimited parking throughout the day. Purpose of the amendment would M to provide for parking at Marquette High School throughout the school day. The Council, some time ago, had planned to remove the parking limit near the school, but final action on the measure has inadvertently failed to take place. The proposed ordinance further would alter the four-hour parking oil ' €c jimf tfMkHfe * aim nran ' the MttllM) flt ffi> Alton MFtVt to AllOlhfP that liwrtj WtWW M a limit to ptrfttHf on ft. 4 a , H I,. .,.,- ft.* I^J^^^^^ UBIWWII in JIIIVINVU Cherry street and Offrtnd Arkansas' penitentiary 9NNMQM twice as much cotton and fto per acre a§ tht avertfi Alton* saa farm. feiegraph Want Adi flegu/orly 6.99 &**tf AIRY WEDGES _ *> Bav«rly 590 Cool and easy fitting w«dgM<»« like walking en alrl Putt ye« |p comfortably In fashion) for ell th* fun of summer and all year round ... bone or whit*. SAoes—Main Floor 104 IV. Third ALTON HO 5-8851 from our Album of Summer Scenes Crisp Contrast Dramatic Black and White All-Rayon LINEENS lampfs knowing fasBIoo toadies tto flair for fame black magic spiked with spic and «pan white. The new miracle all-rayon drip dry favorite needs little or no ironing. A high fashion look to a low 11 98 B. A. Fagotting Invisible ptag detail are featured en thli bateau neck Uneen with cap ileeves. a Smart aide barton effect featuring white bias trim around neckline, sleeves, and side seam. C. tlneen step*)n dress. Fly front buttons below waistline with smartly styled embroidery detail on front Open neckline and white bias trimmed collar. Sizes 10-20. Utt-22% Also Available in Pink Navy Green Brown Blue Come in TODAY and open your C.C.A. (Continuous Charge Account). Buy now ...No down payment. Fashions — Second FJoof

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