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, APtft 18, 1983 First 'College Might' Stagtd At Betnalto Civic Memorial BETHALTO--The first '"college flight" at Civic Memorial High School was held Tuesday evening In the school's audio visual aid room, Seven colleges and universities sent representatives to the meet as guest speakers, The program was held to atd prospective college students m their selection of a school. Topics covered were the various types of schools and the advantages of each, requirements for degree and tuition fees. Also present was Capt, Ralph W. Mclntire of the Reserve Officers ALTON EVENING TSLSQRAPH TraffrtftB Cwpi who spoke ofi col* lege mlHtary tralnittf. William M, gtegel, of fiiatcrn Illinois State College, gave an a* dress entitled "College and ¥o«" and was followed by Capt. Meln- tire, 1, W. Cole of the University .of Illinois, and J, M, Slater of Blackburn College at Carllnvllle. Other representatives were Leforne Sequeira of Illinois College at Jacksonville; Howard J. Ivens of Illinois State Normal College; Dr, Roye Bryant of Southern ffll* nois University at Carbondale, and V. N, Burnham of Bradley, In previous yttrs a -career day- has been held here for the June graduating classes, In a 'career day' specialists from various employment fields are invited to tell about their own particular Jobs and professions. Tentative plans now call for alternating the 'career days' and the 'college nights' every other year so as to allow the students to receive partinent Infer* matton on their future Jobs wheth- er they plan to attend eeflegt w noti One hundred and.twenty«flv8 *rttf* dents and parents attended the session and were served refreshments fn the school cafeteria following the talks. fn Install Officers BETHALTO—Newly-elected effl. cers of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church will be h> stalled at the club's next meeting in May, Those to be installed are: Mrs. Vow Bruenlns, president; Mrs. ABct Hartley, vice president! Sffi, ™«"} Pointer, treasurer! Mrs, GeraMJne Frits, ser-reteryf Mrs. Vivian Stone, spiritual life chairman; and Mrs. Hattle Elliot, promotion secretary, union Meeting Twesday SETHAtTO. — Members of Local No, 2, United Tank Car Workers of America, held their monthly meeting at Prehn's Hardware, Tuesday evening. Eugene Nave is secretary of the organization. Poffoffiee Tow Planned BETHALTO.—Intermediate Olrl PA01 Scout Tjwep 11?, tt thttf mietmg Wednesday, planned • tear of Bs» thalto's Postoffice, Mrs, ffoten Pointer and Mrs, Lootse Nave are leaders of the troop, tn 'fly-up' ceremonies recently, the troop was raised from a Brownie Troop to Intermediate Girl Scouts. Korean f ape Iteeonltttg BETHALTO. ~ Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Prehn have received a tape recording from their son, Leslie Jr., who is in Pusan, Korea, -The recording contains a half-hotff of gWUHO Ctrl tttlMI^MMAl airport fBBQrofftg front fwft KOWWU BETHALTO, A. Mattery attended ft the chase Hotel HI m fridge Co, employes VI f Iff, TO \ S 3 BIG DAYS THURSDAY* FRIDAY*SATURDAY HPRIU6J7 18 A LARGE QROUP OF SPRING and SUMMER DRESSES REDUCED FOR THIS SALEI LOVELY ASSORTMENT OF COLORS AND PRINTS TO CHOOSE FROM 00 Master Sheers Rayon Jerseys Linens Glazed Chambrays Sheer Ginghams Rayon Crepes $29.95 Value Sizes 10 to 20, 181 to 221. BETTER DRESSES SELECTED FROM STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE CLEARANCE • SILK SHANTUNGS « SHEER WOOLS • RAYON CREPES • LINENS PLAIN COLORS AND PASTELS Sizes 10 to 20 to 24 1 /! S Second Floor, $35.00 Value 17 00 FASHION-ON-A BUDGET DRESSES CRISP COTTON DRESSES AT REMARKABLE SAVINGS! EVERGLAZE CHAMBRAYS • PIQUE Sizes TWEED COTTONS • GINGHAM 10 to 20 Wanted Colors 16'/ 2 to 24tt Values fo 512.95 $700 7 AND $QOO 8 Special Purchase/ MEN'S SLACKS — SLIGHT SECONDS — A fine selection of wrinkle-resistant fabrics in the season's latest styles and colors. Some with "SNUGTEX" waistband. Sizes 28 to 48, No Charge for Alterations. Values to $8.95 • RAYON • PART WOOL • RAYON-ACETATE • RAYON-NYLON 3 I BOYS' SOCKS Slight irregulars. Sizes 6 to 5 Values to 29c $1 00 PRS. 1 FOR THE YOUNG MAN IN THE FAMILY I SZ SPORT SHIRTS UM v " ue SLEIVED FANCY COIOIS AND STRIPES. CRINiOED COTTON FABRICS WHICH WASH EASH.Y AND NEED NO IRONING. SIZES 6 TO 16. Main Floor 1 $149 WHITE SUMMER JEWELRY NECKLACES BRACELETS EARRINGS PINS Values fo 51.00 LADIES' RAYON 16-RIB UMBRELLAS Solid Colors, Plaids. $3.98 Value PRINT SHEER HANDKERCHIEFS Many lovely Spring Patterns. 59c Value FOR 00 PURE SILK 30-INCH HEAD SCARFS Assorted STL Values to $1.50 00 STRAW SUMMER HANDBAGS $2.00 Value CASHMERE SLIP-ON SWEATERS s . , ~ , 55.95 Value Assorted Colors. Broken Sizes. <6 ^% QO COTTON SHORT SLEEVE BLOUSES Clearance of assorted plaids, checks and solids'. Broken sizes. 52.98 Value $ 1 00 INFANT'S KIMONOS Cotton Crepe in white, pink, blue, maize and mint. 59c Value 00 TOT'S SLEEPERS Cotton Crepe, nursery patterns. I pi»ee Btyle, Sizeg 1-2-3. 51.29 Value $1 00 TOT'S COTTON TRAINING PANTS Double crotch. White only. Sties 2-4-6. 29c Value INFANT'S COTTON KNIT CREEPERS • Snap crotch. Sixes 0 -1.2. • White • Maize • Pink • Blue 51,69 Value 39 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BLOUSES NYLON LINEN TISSUE FAILLE LINENS COTTONS NYLON " Many pretty styles In whits, pastels atid prints. Sizes 30 to 40. 55.95 Value Main Floor LADIES' SUEDED RAYON GLOVES SIZES 6'/i TO 8 — ASSORTED COLORS. $1.50 Value NYLON HOSE 60 Gauge, 15 Denier Taupe - Beige Sizes BVz to 11 51.15 Value 50 NYLON SLIPS Nylon lace trim. Sizes 32 to 40, White 53.98 Value $2 99 NYLON BRIEFS White and pink. Sizes S-M-L. 51.25 Value 00 GIRLS' COTTON DRESSES Broken Sizes 7 to 14. 52.98 Value $ 2 54 GIRLS' SUITS Rayon Check Pleated Skirts. Sizes 7 to 14. 514.95 Value GIRLS' COATS 20 0 OFF Broken sizes 2-6X, 7 to 14. *10 95 . $ 17 95 VALUE CLARK'S BUBBLE BATH 69c Value 00 TRIFLING With Lenelette — Dusting Perfume ?3,25 Value *1 75 MATCHING BRUSH AND COMB SET Assorted .colors and styles. 51.50 Value $ 1 00 COMPACTS All with In-a-Doors $£69 54.98 Value OPEN TIL 9 P. M. FRIDAY NIGHT Alton's Leading Department Store.