Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 22, 1952 · Page 11
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SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Hartford Baptist Circle in Meet HARTFORD-The Mission Circle of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Joe Stump on West First street Thursday evening with the" president, Mrs. Maurice Powers, in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Paul Condray gave a book review of "The Spirit Tree" and Mrs. Delmar Adams led devotions. Following the meeting, the ladles surprised Mrs. A. 1. Inlow with a handkerchief shower. Mrs. Tnlow is moving to Center, Mo., May 3. After the shower, Mrs. Stump served refreshments to the 18 members present. WCTU Meeting HARTFORD — The WCTU met Tuesday evening .at the homo of Mrs. Belle Fitzhugh, East Hawthorne for their regular business session. Nine members and two honorary members were present. Following the business meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. Investiture Service HARTFORD—Brownie Troop No. 124 with their leader, Mrs. Ann Dworzynski and co-leader Mrs. Edna Waterman, held an investiture service Thursday at 3 p.m. Mrs. Wilbur Hon was the mother present with the group. The Brou-n- ies opened the meeting singing the "Brownie Smile Song." The following girls are now full- fledged Brownies: Janet Allen, Janet Bowers, Margaret Barber, Jo Ann Dworzynski, Wanda Eihausen, RoXAflfl ROXANA. — Pat Leamy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Learny of Algonquin Terrace, injured his eye Friday morning while at play on the school ground at Burhank school. He is a patient at Wood River Township Hospital. Jeanne Powers was injured Friday afternoon when she and another child bumped heads while playing. One stitch was required to close the wound. Cub Scouts of Park 25 will have their annual blue and gold banquet Monday evening in the band room of the high school. Each den will decorate its own table, "The Teacher Prepares," a sound film strip, will be shown Sunday at 7 p.m. in the council room of the Community building at the Presbyterian teachers' study course meeting. Intermediate Girl Scouts of Troop 14 met. Friday at the Little House, with Mrs. Ray Salsman and Mrs. Earl Allen. Barbara Allen led recreation. Cub Scouts of Pack 25- will have a kite flying contest at 2 p. m. Sunday at the Recreation Park. The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met Thursday for an all-day meeting at the church. The morning was spent quilting and in the afternoon loiters were read from missionaries supported by the church. Those attending were Mrs. Ben ( Joyce Flackus, Jean Gay Grover, ] Cathie lion, Kay Ann Malone, Mar' ilyn Mnupin, Nancy Minnemeyer, Sheila Nichols, Judy Schubert, Carolyn Waterma'n, Carolyn Wood, and Betty Wood. Hartford Church Services Sunday TODAY WILLIAM HOLDEN JOHNNY MACK BROWN NANCY OLSON IN "SUBMARINE COMMAND" Shown at 2:30—5:40—8:50 IN "OUTLAW GOLD" Shown «l 1:30—4:40—7:80 SERIAL TWO CARTOONS HARTFORD — Sunday school at the Methodist Church Sunday will convene at 10 a. m. with worship services following at 11 a. m. Rev, Elmer Schwalbo will speak at the morning service on "From Death Unto Life." The MYF will meet at 6:45 p. m. and the evening service will begin at 7:30 with the young people in charge. The First Baptist Church Sunday School will begin at 9:45 a. n. with the worship hour at 10:45 . m. Rev. Maurice Powers will se "The Unanswerable Question" s his text. The T1YF service for uniors nnd seniors will be at 6:30 i. m. followed by the evening vangelistic service at 7:30. The General Baptist Church will ;avo Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., ollowed by church worship service chwarm, Mrs. Susie Snedeker, Mrs. Waller Mapcs, Mrs. L. Mus- ain, Mrs. Vern Nicholas, Mrs. Jennie Smith, and Mrs. Ross Hard- vay. Mrs. Nicholas, president, also conducted a brief business neeting. The Rev. E. E. DeLong, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, l use as his sermon topic Sun- Jay morning, "Effect of Good and Evil on Us." The choir will sing 'My Wonderful Friend." Services ire currently being conducted at 1:30 a.m. in the Community build- ng. The Westminster Fellowship vill meet at G p.m. in the council •oom. The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening in the council room of the Community build- ng and made plans for a bake sale o be held the first part of April. SUNDAY • MONDAY :IUCDI)IUU> am-urns SMITH Shawn at 1:2(1—t:S5—7;SO Shown at 2:45—8:00—0:18 NEWS •2 CARTOONS Continuous Sunday 1 to 11 P.M. FREE PARKING IN REAR LAST TIMES TONIGHT- Wayne Morris, Adrian Booth "YELLOW FIN" Shown at 6:38—9:44. JON HALL "HURRICANE ISLAND" Shown at 5:15—8:26. SUNDAY • MONDAY ^^ Paramount presents iUBMMWE fOMMMID starring WILLIAM NANCY HOLDEN-OLSON WltllAM DON BENDIX TAYLOR i JOHN FARROW >. at It a. m. The evening evangelistic service will start at 7:30. Sunday school at the Assembly of God Church Sunday will convene nt 10 a, m. with the church worship hour at 11 a, m. The evening services will be at 7:30. Services at the Church of Christ, Sunday, will begin at 10 a. m. The evening evangelistic service will be at 7:30 p. m. Eddie Jacoby Top Caster at Roxana ROXANA — .ddie Jacoby won top honors in the c isting tournament Wednesday evening at the Community building by scoring !)(! out ot a possible 100. Others in the advanced class showing outstanding ability were Jim Parjani with 92 and Bill Farley with 91. In the women's group Mrs. Kldon Hobson, Janet Jucoby and Knly Norvell wore lop scorers. Dnvid Weiss was high in the beginners group wit: Jerry Kennedy and Charles Wiley, second and third. Kolnry Club Meet ROXANA — The Rotary Club met. Wednesday evening at the Little House. A nominating committee composed of Latham Harris, Floyd' Radcliffe nnd Harvey Rice was appointed to select a slnte of candidates. The April 2 neeting hns been cancelled due to members attending the oufstandlng player award banquet in Alton. For the program. Latham Harris showed pictures of Minnesota. Visiting Rotarinns were H. Frederickson of Edward.sville, and J. Fisher of Collinsville. Miss Matthew* Improving ROXANA — Mrs. Dean Matthews daughter of Mr. and Mr... Kenneth Matthews of Thomas street, Shown 2:45—6:01—9:23. MACDONAID CAREY-ALEXIS SMITH « EDGAR BUCHANAN • VICTOR IORY Shown nt 1:22—4:38—8:00. Tonight 5:50—9:20. William Holtlcn, Nancy Olscn "SUBMARINE COMMAND" Tonight 8:00 P.M. MARK STEVENS in "REUNION IN RENO" SUNDAY & MON. Shown Sunday at 2:30—5:27—8:20 BATON TWIRLERS who will appear in "Season's Capers", annual musical and style r,how to be printed by ths (crspyvillc junior Woman'?, club March 2'1, ?5 are Dorio lee Hcitzig and Agnos Schcll. •Photo by Stephens. Farewell Dinner Given For Shipnuin Woman SHIPMAN Mrs. Lester Collingham and Mrs. William Dankenbring planned a farewell pot luck dinner Thursday for Mrs. Eugene Allen at the Allen home. The Allen family are moving to Medora. Games were played following the dinner and pri'/es were given to Mrs. Mildred Crocker, Mrs. Miles Christopher, Mrs. Ilermoino Hyland and Mrs. O. D. Jacobs. Others present were: Mrs. Norman Robinson and daughter, Mrs. Raymond Haworlh and son, Mrs. Fred Krause, Mrs. Ralph Jacobs and Billy, Mrs. Lee Graham, Glenn cotlingham and Mary Jane Christopher. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Allen. is improving at the family home after an infection. She is now able to be up a little each day. She was a student: at Illinois Southern University in Carbondale vvhcn sho was stricken 31 weeks ago. •. Fostcrhurg FOSTKRHUIIG -- Henry Horum of Marlon, 111., rrived In Cottage Hills last week to visit hi* children in the Allan vicinity. Frl dfiy evning he arrived hero It spend » few days with his son-Ill IMW nnd daughter, Mr. olid Mrs Lester Klope, and grandson, Allen A group of women from this aren visited the Baptist Children's Home at; Cnrml, 111., Thursday Those In the group were Mrs Thomas Harris, Mrs. Willlan Cromwell, sr., Mrs. Marcus Sned eker, Miss Adeline Snedeker, Mrs Lloyd Bosormvorth, and Mrs Byron Piper. Mrs. John Slutz Is a patient, n St. Anthony's Infirmary with dlph Iberia. Her husband nnd all s children have taken Schlclc test which showed negative, lira. Slut is improving. A single type of plant can be subject to 20 or more diseases Wonleii , - Tho Willing Work- TS' rlrt.is ot thr« Christian Sunday idiool held Its rngtilnr meotlhR riiursday evening at'lhe home of Vtrs, Carl Mndoux. Mrs. Kdwnrd Rnndle undprwrnt <<nrgrry nt SI, Francis Hospital In iltrhflrUI, Tursdny. The total rrceivod here In the March ot Dimes drive was $53118. Mr. and Mrs. Uwrefloe Wood nnd sons, Gary and T)avtd, Of C«2* adero, Calif., left for horttC Tuesday after a visit here with relft» tlVPR. Mr. and Mrs. George Handle visited In Lltrhfielrt Thursday. ' Miss Nora Birmingham visited relatives In Lltchfleld Thuraday. Dance to the Music SAMMY 9 P. M, SATURDAY Alton American 600 GEORGE ! MOORE BLUE ROOM SPECIALS HAKF.n CHICKEN DINNER, nnd Cottra I1AKED TURKEY AND DRESSING, DoMort nnd Coffee ,'i.do M. \Vo Snoolnllte In Son Foocln, Stenlu nnd Fried Chicken. OI'EN FIIOM 11 A.M. TO 11 P.M.* SUNSHINE COFFEE SHOP . l WEST 1 FKKGU80N WOOD IIIVER Phone 4-7ZH iOLDLY BEGINS WHERE HE SENATE CRIME COMMITTEE LEFT OF HOWARD HUGHES presents THE RACKET ROBERT MITCHUM LIZABETH SCOTT ROBERT RYAN I'LUS 2ND HIT! Shown Sumliiy 1:00—8:54—6:48—9:42. THE MYSTERY-OF THE GREAT WELLS PARGO ROBBERY 1 'CAVE OF OUTLAWS Starring MACDONALD CAREY • ALEXIS SMITH TOMTE Junt llavtr — Wm. Lundlgan "LOVE NEST" SIlOHII 31 .''•'115 Mil key Ilnonry — Sally Korreit *** "THE STRIP" 14D .Shown at 7:M SUN.-MON.-TUES. MATIVKK SUNDAY — Doors Open 1:45 I'. M. * MACDONALD * ALEXIS SMITH "CAVE of the OUTLAWS" IN TECHNICOLOR Shown at 3:32—6:22—9:12 * WILLIAM HOLDEN * NANCY OLSON "SUBMARINE COMMAND" Shown at 2:00—4:15—7:40 'HOUSE OF HITS' RIT LAST TIMES TONIGHT .Ton II:ilI—Marie Windsor "Hurricane Island" 3:30—6:45—9:40 Rohcrt Mitt-hum, Lizaorfh Sroll "THE RACKET' 2:20—5:15—8:10 BOB lUCILlE u , , , . A PAIAMOUHT riCTUII ..,.,. 1:00—t: 15—7:31) SUNDAY MONDAY ALAN LADD ^Whispering Smith" 2:15—tt:(>5—0:i)fi AMERICA'N LEGION BARN TONITE, MARCH 22 SHORTY SCHMITT and HIS ORCHESTRA ATTENDANCE GIFT EVERY SATURDAY NITE For a Good Tlmo Vlull (he Born, Amerlcnn Legion INWt 814 GRAND STARTS SUNDAY OPEN DAILY 12:45 1:05 l»ros«nlMl nt: s;io 6:18 7:20 0:25 ROUSING SPECTACULAR DRAMA! Sabre-slashing soldiers-of- fortune from the four corners of the earth ... cltaraina fata jfard/y m&MMk*. listrt warfare! BURT LANCASTER BREAKS LOOSE.. a,dth.F,bu.ous , .:',-X < ,'-f:rt*MMBMIMM* Desert Sands Burn with Temptation! Reddens renegade carries off Harom beauty in the night! >A .„ e "' ( OF THE FOREIGN LEGION ) A c ..umb.. KXTHA CARTOON ?;H JODY LAWRENCE — alluring new tiron Gilbert Roland • Kieron Moore • George Trbias 0r Mu "'>r 0/ WENDELL COREY VERA RALSTON • WALTER BRENNAN PHIL HARRIS "TUp UflLD BLUE YONDER" N • "C iilUU PLUL. I VHUUH Shown 3:05 5:10 7:15 9: HO YOUR FAVORITE - FOR OUTDOOR SCREEN ENTERTAINMENT RE-OPENS SOON WATCH EVENING TELEGRAPH . DAILY FOR OPENING DATE * AND ANNOUNCEMENTS! j THEATRE ^^•••••••••••••••••••••i .NO 1'AKKING I'KOKLK.MS AT THE KOXA.NA TONITE - SUN. - MON. - TUES. llllllllllllllll s ^^ l ^,^ < ^sru^l'r^ l ..;;• M •llllllllllllllllj .Montgomery (lift — Kli/.ahclh Ta.xlor — Shcll<-y \Vinter* "A PLACE IN THE SUN" I Shown Tonitr, Momlu.\, Tuesday, 11:071 Shoun Sunday 1:00—6:09—9:18 I Gregory J'eck — Virginia .Mayo — Kobert Hcutly "CAPTAIN HORATIO HORNBLOVIER" TECHNICOLOR ,>houn Tonitc, Monday, Tuesday, 7:07 Shown Sunday 3:12, ~:'.\ SELECTED SHORTS -TODAY LAST TIME MACDONAl.D CAKKV AKEXIS SMITH "CAVE OF OUTLAWS" Shown :i::!0 9:lfl HOItlS HARM)!'!' CIIAKI.ES I.AUGHTON "THE STRANGE DOOR" Shown 5:18 8:!{5 MATINEE SUN. — 12:30 WOODRIVER SUNDAY - 3 DAYS The Very Funny Story of a Big- Heartcd Mr. and Mrs. with a House Full of Huggable Brafs! ROOM FOR i .•••:•'• • ' --•*« <! . • ORE L; J PLUS 2ND LAFF HIT!. Shown 2:40 6:56 9:15 Shown 1:10 •»:'.!5 7:45 Scctty BECKETT hmffl) IYDON Mt BU01 * SPORTSCQPE OPEN DAILY 12:45 PRINCESS SUNDAY - 3 PAYS "I'VE BEEN PUSHED AS FAR AS I'M GOING TO GO. NOW I'M COMING BACK!" Slum n l:l)ll :i:.'ill »i;l() IK'!,') EXTRA! CARTOON TODAY LAST TIMES Kobert Cumming* Terry Moore "THK II \ltKIOOT *MfiUMIV' Shown 4:00 Koy Kogerii "•Spuilfrk ttl Tbi> IMuiu*" Shown 5:iU 8:10 with Joan LESLIE • Ellen DREW Alexander KNOX YOU'LL LOVE HER WOOING AND WOWING THOSE G-1. GUYS! n.

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