Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1953 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 15, 1953
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f IOHT ALTON EVWfWO TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL II, 19SI Cool Off Prettily At Monticello Montleello C o 1 1 c R e observed Founder's Day Tnrsdny as officers of the class of 1953 conducted exercises in Benjamin Godfrey Memorial chapel. The new $.16,000 pipe organ, gift of anonymous alumnae, was played in public for Ihe first lime. Program included a bioRrnplw nl sketch of Capl. Godfrey. who founded Montirello 115 yours ago. by Jan Robinson, vice-president of the class of '53. Sally Six, prrsi- j dent, read Capt. Godfrey's favorite scripture passage. St. Matthew IK, verses 23-28. Betsey Rothschild, secretary, recalled a description of founder's day written in 1898. Joy Harrison, treasurer, ended the program by , reading "Rernin- Jcences Concerninc the Life of Capt. Godfrey" by Dr. .lames Squire. In the Middle ARCS the Baltic Sea is said to have frozen over frequently. Iron-On Designs In B Colors Bring color into your home— with just a stroke of an iron! Inspired design of butterflies and flowers—ail in bright pink and soft lavender with forest green leaves to add spice! For kitchen--iron on curtains, tablecloths, napkins, aprons! Beautify bedroom spreads, scarfs! Trim cotton skirts, summer blouses, too! No embroidery! Just iron-on! Washable! Pattern 511 has 14 motifs, 4^x13 inches to IVixl inch. Send 25 ccnls in coins for (his pattern—add five cents for each pattern for first-class mailing;. Send to Alton Telegraph, (i(i, Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 101, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME, and ADDRESS. EXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN popular, new designs 1o crochet, sew, embroider, knit—printed in the new 1953 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for — ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fashions! Send 20 cents for your copy. Cool, cool, cooly-you'll live in and love this air-conditioned dross. You'll even whip up another for later on in the summer. Has ils own jacket, for shade — so brief, it Welcomes every hree/.e. Designed for short, fuller figures. Pattern 4815: Half sizes 14Vi. 16'/ 2| 18'i. 20'i, 22'a, 24!i. Size 1.6'/a dress W yards 35-inch; jacket; 1% yards. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is lested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 35 eenls In coin* for this pattern—add five cents for p.aeh pattern If you wl*h flr»t-rlaM mailing. Semi lo ANNE ADAMS, c«r« of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York II, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, SIZE, and STYLE NUMBER. WE REPAINT, RETAPE, REPAIR BLINDS Dlnl 4-8932 For Free End ma ten on Fold DOOM Aluminum • Storm Saih • Awning* • Combination Doors Buy Direct From Manufacturer ALTON VENETIAN BLIND GO. 60S St.^Louis Ave. East Alton . If HI .4I.TOVS APRIL SHOWER •< BARGAINS! 3 BIG 01US THIIMDHY • FIUM • SUTOIDM - HrllUi, 17, U at a LOW-LOW Price! 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SUNNY SUI TO Smart bouc(« braid vamp* that coptwe colors from nature to OCCAM* yoor every co*ttm«4 Cork-rwofcer »otes and Dvo- Textare perform pat Into i $4.95 Wide Range of COLORS Red Blue Black Green White Yellow Toast Turfton l Charcoal Mufti-Color BALL-BAND One* fashion**! of doth with closed beei and eJcwfe gore for day-long comfort astd fine fit. Duo-Texture platfonM MANY, MANY MORE STYLES IN OUR SELECTION CASH . . CHARGE AROUND THE HOUSB or LAY-AWAY ...YEAR-ROUND $ 15,000 IN PRIZES For Boys and Girls of All Ag«s! Enter the RIP BALL CONTEST $1000.00 cash grand prize, bikes and cameras latortt Nothing to buy-get the easy rules lor this simple contest here today Plenty of tips OB hov to wn with pictures tod uiloimation on America's fighting jets. Quick an th« tak«>«ff I SALL-tAN* •*»«» Tkrilty, COMIvlODORES protect those busy little feet! Outfit yoor youngtter In cool; comfortable , BALUBANO Crown Oxfordi, wfih »crubb- obl« Dura'Ouk upptn and long wearing rvbber iolfi. 9ta»Klttn ImolM can't obiorb dW or iwtot, Areh-Gord eupporti young feet properly j, } Uwtm faHgue, ( ObUdren'e •!•• 6 to lAdiei' sice 9, Refl ot blue. They'll Swwp You Off Your Foot SC95 .„„ SO95.-'""'ALL-UNO. Vii^^B €W1O KiiiiiiPijiiiiiB ^ aiBk ^ •«• •• A •_. 5 6 vnv >**> weiewwoF' itort-flrtfprot«ds fdit ot oil 3 vy parts MAUL'S Shoes 12tW,3rdSi DIAL 3-3321

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