Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 27, 1952 · Page 32
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f mat v.f wo ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH "I LOVE A PARADE" was the number Alton Second annual Rotary-sponsored "pops" concert at W a Civic Orchestra performance) is silhourllr.ci in tc:..\.; Ciioru 1 ' wd'j ringing with the Alton Civic Orchcilr c i during Mondn/ nigh!' e ,| Junior H.gh round Mr, Do When ll' time exposure, shows motion of fiddler:,' am6 — dcmonbt rales how Lbll chon: picture w<js tcikcn Ddit of tii;: Kitict'i'^ ••: horu-j oiiti or:.iic:,lid. S LldH'illlJ?. MERRY-GO-ROUND—M,ix Stemael (right), regular director of She Allen C>\<.c Orchestra turned over the baton to his brother, Wultcr 'If-:!:, of Chicago at Monday mp.ht s ;-,econa annual Rotary- i sponsored b-.vnrfit "pops" concert. Wdltc-r abided honors vv.th Mrs. JDcn;-. Rue ",:.cnlor , v/ho ccndiiCteo the yMecliOn:, m winch her high * school chcrur- '.ting May. i: o!oisf, pia;. eci the rest of the concert in the cello ^v.lion.—Staff ohoto. Bunker Hill FHA Stages Style Show BUNKKR HILL The Iheme^of this year's style show by the Future Homemakers of America Friday evening was "Fashions Around the Clock" or "Dawn 'Til Midnight." One hundred eighteen garments were modeled by the girls. Melba Partridge served as narrator and accompanists were Mrs. Malchus Raker. Mary Ann Howard, and Lorna Mnrlh. The following special numbers were given during the program: reading. Jo Ann Partridge; baton twirling. Lois Hausman; piano solo. Betty Scott: tap dance, Gerry Acunctus: vocal solo, Delores Smith; and songs by a group of girls whose costumes were made in the homemaking class. Mrs. Lola Lavis is sponsor of the FHA. flirt Inlay Tarty BUNKER HILL—Beverly Baker, Georgia Ash. Billy File, Amy Kat Lucking, Judy Spencer. Sarah Molton, Joyce Adcoek, Janet Sue Bubs, Darlene Reed, Eddie and Danny Wiemers, Timm> Bruss, Billy Wise, Stephen Behrens, Lou- ii' photo, a brief Annual Horse Show Discussed Godfrey Twp. Civic Ass'n Plans Big Event GODFREY. — The annual horse show, to be held at River House Stables on June 29, was the main topic of discussion at the meeting of the Godfrey Township Civic Association Monday evening. Members of the steering committee for the show are Bert Ritchey, Bud Bunyan, and Larry Davidson. A large number of events are scheduled this year. One of the main attractions will be two quarter horse races. The quarter horse is the fastest horse for short distances, even surpassing thoroughbreds. In the calf roping class, live calves will be used in place of the sand bags generally used in this locality. The cutting horse contest will also be of particular interest. The purpose of this event is to cut a calf out of a herd and then keep it from returning to the herd without any cue from the rider. Members of the program committee for the horse show are Bert Ritchey-, E. R. Meister, Bud Bun- Mrs. Edward Sclinrlilc's ! Death Learned By Kin j Mrs. LeRoy Holland of 2217 Vir-j ;inia avenue received word Mon-1 iay night that her sister-in-law.) VIrs. Edward Schneble died in a Terrc Haute, Ind., hospital, earlier | and ice cream social will be held PTA o Social Friday FOSTERBURG. — A strawberry hat evening. Edward Schneble, a brother of Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Harry Slobbs of Powhatan street and Mrs. Fred Abel of Jefferson street, was a former Alton resident. Itusy College Student PELZER, S.C., A 3 Bob Edeus, 22-year-old college man. has a schedule that's enough to tucker a person out just reading about it. He's up at 3 a.m., delivers 81 newspapers, walks home for breakfast, then trudges a mile lo a highway and hitch-hikes a :l7-mile ride to Greenville and his classes at Furman University. . | at Fosterburg school Thursday evening beginning at 6 p.m. Members of the PTA. sponsors of the event, will donate homemade cakes. There will also be hot dogs, hamburgers and sodo on sale. The school band will furnish the entertainment for the evening. A country store and white elephant sale will be featured, as well as a fish pond, and other attractions. Xews Notes FOSTERBURG. — Mrs. Mary yan, Carl Rose, Dr. W. W. Emons, Fay Doty, Harold Beuttel, Ralph Matthey, Darryl Fowler, and W. H. Wagner. A concession stand will be built on the grounds for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosa and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Doty will be in charge of the stand. A large number of volunteer helpers will be needed to work in the stand on the day of the show. OPEN 7:30 P. M. 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY SHOW AT DUSK RAIN OR CLEAR TONIGHT - WED. - THURS. Entertaining Nights! BOTH PICTURES ' FIRST RUN WOOD RIVER Due to the Length of These Pictures One Complete Show Will Be Presented Nightly. PLUS 2nd BIG MGM HIT! it FREE CIHUJBJCN Under n and IAUS sprvirc. anri courage. Harciwickj nualififd for his award on sdiol;ir-| , , , , ship, IPHdcrship, honor, so^i.c and | Molhod.st Chun-h honoi-pd Rev I'laiuview Mini-slcr Honored at Dinner ' Others present were Ronald SHIPMAN - The Plains iew j Johnson Sharon and Gary Christopher, Bill. Belly, and Leslie >°- r. i Cl Gabriel, tax collector here, will have possession of the 1ax books until June 15. Howevor, beginning June :i, I here will he a one percent penalty due on land payments. Those who have personal tax only, must be paid by June 1. After June 3, Mrs. Gabriel will be home each morning, and after 6 p.m. each evening. A Memorial Day service will be held at 2:30 p.m. at Short cemetery Sunday afternoon. The Rev. E. E. DcLong, pastor of the Presbyterian Church in ttoxana, will be the speaker. Mrs. Clarence Welling, Miss Kster Gulp, and Paul Titchenal are on Ihe program committee. Following the church services at Zion Presbyterian Church, Sunday morning, the congregation went to the First Baptist Church for a special Memorial service. 'Mrs. Martha Morgan and Miss Leah llauck spent Sunday visiting friends and relatives at Ml. Olive. courage. The commencement address was given by the Rev. Klrner Sn'.ter- lund. pastor of the local Presbyterian Church and diplomas were presented by Olin Stead, superintendent of the school. Musical numbers consisted of a saxophone solo played by Eric Wilson, a piano solo, by Miss Donna Vorbies and the singing of "The Song of the Open Road" by the members of the graduating class. The invocation and benediction were given by the Rev. Walter B. Pruet.t of the local Methodist Church and Miss Patricia Pructt played the processional and recessional. Donkey C'aiiKhl In Snare Determined lo find oul who was making off with his rabbit; snares, a hunter at Banno\v. Eire, set a master snare and tied it to an iron bar. He suspected badgers, foxes, or perhaps humans. But next morning when he hurried out to look, he had caught a donkey by the hind leg. C. Stokes wilh a basket dinner Sunday at. Beaver Dam Lake. Mrs. Stokes because ot illness was unable to attend. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Mayo Sauerwein of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sauerwein and Jimmy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmer-maker, Mr. and Mrs. George K. Krausc and Dennis, Mr. and 'i Stoops. Paula Taylor, Eugene and Ruth Ann Travers. Sandra Kahl, Donald and Eldridge and Mrs. Gilbert Cox and Kay. Memorial Sprvirc SH1PMAN — The Rev. W. \V. Swift, pastor of the Episcopal Church at Carlinville. will be the Speaker at Memorial Day services at the high school gym Friday. The local post of Ihe American Mrs. Roy Wood, Mrs. L. Nelson.J Legion will visit the Catholic ceme- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheeler and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Wadsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Kdvvard Pressler, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rhoads and Rebecca. Hlrthdny Party SHIPMAN -- Mrs. Karl Baker entertained with a party Saturday afternoon in observance of Ihe lllh birthday of her daughter, Sue. Prizes in games were gjven Carrollton Legion Awards Presented CARROLLTON — Miss Dixie Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones, and Paul Hardwiek, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Clement llard- wiek were presented American Legion awards during the locnl eighth grade commencement program Monday afternoon in the Carrollton Public School. The two were members of the eighth grade graduating class. Miss Jones received her award on scholarship, companionship, character, TONITE "PAL NITES" Tl'KS.—Ui:i).—THIRS. TWO ADMITTED FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! A KKIKXO Shoun til 8 :.">(). AM> t *\, UNFOLDING WITH yNENDING YPF ilwl Showu 2 CARTOONS teHt n« H nuns Mcwcu. ft MOK* SO.! ut 7:15. BRING A FRIEND FREE 2 FOR 1 NIGHT • Buy one ticket, get one V K K K '. T\vo persons admitted for the price of one every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through June 20th. TONIGHT . WEDNESDAY 1001 APVENTUIIS 'LAMING IN COIOII THE -.. MAGIC CARPH i COIOBIM »ICIIM Shown at 8:20 P. inm Cottm Aram Cwcdilion -f Shown at 7:00—9:45 Plenty of Free 1'arking Space Continuous from 7 V. M. LAST TIME TONITE "Weekend With Father" 9:09— "Another Man's Poison" 7:35 WED.- THURS.. FBI. Joun Kvunk — Mflvva Douglas I ..vim Buri "ON THE LOOSE" Shown at 9:01 .\uilie Murphy, Vvette Uugay Beverly Tyler "THE CIMARRON KID" XKCHMlOLOtt Show n ut 7 :35. Selected Shortt HOUSE Of HITS" TONIGHT—WED. ;T 7:00—9:30 DONALD O'CONNOR CUMIAJfAN KGCYIVftN • OIMTMIOC tlTSfKNOX MMUns.HMOJ lOUVSCHEKtl THI UN C»«II« CHOI* in (KM •• m»fnttrt m tin 8:15 Only. Pmrklni In Rtir ef Tbeattr Continuous _^—^^noorj Open 7 tii 11 p. NORSIDt TONIGHT—WEDNESDAY THIS WOMAN is DANGEROUS «ICHMOI«BB MWlMIXM nutUKI wicti fftlK fBST Mi. u, irGEWFREY HOMfS-GEOOGt WOfilHING YAIES f 4^ UNFOLDING WITH UNENDING SUSPENSE! Shown 8:42 CO.CMU picniKts fl <Ch< FAMILY SECRET mm LEE urn Shown 7:00—io:19 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ROUTE 140 COLLEGE AVE. ALTON, ILL. TWICE NIGHTLY Opens at 7:00 Starts at 8:40 Rain or Clear TONIGHT, WED. AND THURS. M-G'M'S HIGH, WIDE AND HANDSOME MUSICAL FREE TRAIN RIDES TAVU KAWD-MIUER'OTN TWTWBf ADDED SHOW FREE PONY RIDES Thnttr COTT4GI TONITt Door. Open 7:UV. Jeanne C'rtio Show Si»rl» 7:30 Tbelm» Bitter tnne C'riio • Scalt Brady • Tbelm* B "THE MODEL AND THE MARRIAGE BROKER" Sbown »l 8:40 TIU HOLT • JOAN PUON ''SADDLE JLEGION" tery at 1:30 p.m. and services at the gym will be at '2 p.m. (CST.. Murks Mirlluliiv SHIPMAN -- The fifth birlhday of Davirt Jenkins was observed (it a party given Saturday afternoon by his mother, Mrs. Clark Jenkins. Those present were Mrs. Calvin Threlkeld and son, Harry Lee of Brighton; Dicky Lister, Billy Winslade, Glenn Colting'ham. Mickey Monetti, Bonnie Kay Looper, Mary Lou Halliday, Mary Lee 3ohlmeyer, Janet Gillespie, Judy Rutherford, Carolyn Weidner, Dennis Skaggs, Mary Ellen Breitwiser. Barbara Scott and David and Slanley Jenkins. TUESDAY, MA* 27, ISP. Dieselhorst, Carolyn Fflhren- kroR, Mike Stadelmnn, Sandra Shehorn. Larry Moulton, Janet Hnft Woods, and Cnrl Lee .and Dinah Mb.e attended a lawn parly Saturday afternoon lo celebrate the seventh birthday of Judy Lain at I the home of nor grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. C. K. Host. Miss Freda Kirrle was also present. Darlene Wiemers lod the Ram PS and after Judy opened her gifts. Mrs. Best served refreshments assisted by Mrs. Glenn Mize, nnd Mrs. Oscar Wiemers. niircnlnitrentc Sorvlres HUNKER HILL—'Banealaurcnle i services for the graduating class of Ihe local high school were held at the Korean Baptist Church Sunday evening. Mrs. It. K. Tauhe played the processional and recessional; the Invocation was given by the Rev. Ed- igar Shaw, pastor of the Congregational Church: Rev. Donald Lowe of the Methodist Church gave the benediction: the high school chorus and the church choir sang, and Ihe address was given by the Rev. K. F. Brown. School Picnic* BUNKKR HILL — A number of school picnics were held the past week. The sophomore class nnd their sponsors, Mrs. Ruth Klette nnd Mrs. Ruth Shouse, wont to Carlinville Lake Sunday, The third smile and their teachers, Mrs. Smith and Miss Clnribel Seim visited Ihe SI. Louis xoo Friday. Sunday the freshman class and their sponsor. Ardell Kimmel. and several parents went to Greenville Lake. The second grade taught by Miss Freda Kierle enjoyed a picnic at the reservoir Friday. The redwoods and the big free species of Sequoia and Ihe dawn redwoods of China are believed to be Ihe only three survivors of a kind of tree that in past geologic ages grew ail over the northern hemisphere. OPEN 12:45 DAILY TODAY & WED. YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY BACK AGAIN with ALL NEW FUN? --y MarjorieMAIN Percy KIIBRIDE LORI NELSON JAMES BEST Shown 1:25 3:30 5:30 7:35 9:40 * BUGS BUNNY & NEWS TODAY LAST TIMES Audip Murphy — Nouh Beery "CIMARRON KID" Technicolor Shown 3:50 6:4(1 »:30 "BLACKMAILED" Shown 5 :•.!()—X: 10 OPEN 12:45 DAILY Wednesday & Thurs. Ghost-HiUm SecrtH oft UDV POSSESSED): LADY POSSESSED PLUS SUSPENSE HIT Shown 1:00 3:50 K:40 9:30 Shown 2:30 5:20 8:10 * CARTOON TODAY LAST TIMES Pan Puiley • Joanne Dru "PRIDE OF ST, LOUIS" Shown 8:20 PATRICIA MEDINA "ALADDIN AND HIS LAMP" Shown 7:00 9:50 OPEN 6:30 WED. & THURS.I LOVE thot OODRIVE il It I k ^ lU\tltttil\tlt\ t. HUt with mi MASON M HAVOC LADY POSSESSED Shown 8:35 ,Plui WESTERN HIT, Bill Hi«k«k't Girl Mtitt Hir Match! EVELYN ANKERS • JAMES ELLISON "Till Toian Notts Calamity Jam" Shown 7:00 9:30

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