Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 2, 1952 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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MONDAY, JUNE 2, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Picnic Planned By Godfrey Club "WITH A SONG IN MY HEART" WAS THE THEME OF ALTON HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR PROM held in the school gymnasium Saturday night. M <;<; Cjrnien FitJuigh v,ds cro.vned "Dream CrT and she and her court led in the grand march. Pictured are from the left—Miss joAnn Vos",. Harold li.'.jc.s, KLi [Jelly liau.man, Jack Baccus, M^s June Moore, Wayne Cook, Miss Fitzhugh, and Buddy Hook.—Pholo by OKI Ike Brov.n. ILLINOIS FLAG FOR WESTERN—The official flag of the State of Illinois was presented Sunday by State Auditor Benjamin 0. Cooper. Receiving the flag is Cadet Douglas Baker. — Orville Brown photo. East Alton Scouts Visit Camp Levis EAST ALTON. — Members of Explorer Post 13, sponsored by the Methodist Men, who spent the Memorial Day weekend at Camp Warren Levis, were Quinn Franklin, Robert Deem, Donald Snedeker, Jerry Burnam, James Greene, Richard Glassey, Dale Schmidt, Don Scott, Bob and Bill Tite, Kenneth Hinkle, Jack Booher, Darrell Laster, Charles Wimberly, and Lloyd Allen. T*he Explorers were accompan- Jed by their adviser, Frank Bramhall. In termed! ate Boy Scouts of Troop 13, sponsored by the same group, who spent the weekend at the camp with the Explorers, were Wayne Standefer, Charles Bram- hali, Terry Williams, Russell Large, and Russell Short. Mayor Otto F. Brazier and V. J. Brazier are the scoutmasters for Intermediate Troop 13. As a service project to the scout camp the Explorers devoted most of Saturday morning to cleaning the swimming pool at the camp, getting it ready for the opening of the summer camping season. In and Out of Service With Men of Area Oapt. R. A. Perry Reassigned CAPT. ROLAND A. PERRY, 864 Acton, avenue, Wood River, has returned from sixteen months' service with the Twentieth Air Force on Okinawa and has been assigned to the Office of the Air Inspector, Continental Air Command, Mitchell Air Force Base, N. Y. Capt. Perry entered the service Jn September, 1942, and was commissioned in April 1944 after completing pilot training. He served as a B-24 pilot in China in 1944 and 1945. From 1948 to 1950, he attended Ihe U. S. Air Force Institute of Technology at Wright-Patterson Air force Base, Ohio, studying industrial administration. Capt. Perry has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Air Medal, the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Modal and three battle stars, and the Korean Service Medal. He is married to the former Mar- Jeno Changnon of Kankakee, and they have two children, Karin, 6, and Jan, 3. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Perry, live at 409 Woodlawn avenue, Jerseyville, Illinois. Fosterburg FOSTERBURG — A musical ensemble from Bob Jones University, Greenville, S. C., will give a program Tuesday evening at the First Baptist Church in Fosterburg. The public is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. David Westbrook of Waukegan, 111., arrived Friday for a week's vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartman. Their children, Clifton and Goddard and Billy Westbrook, make their home with the Hartmans. Mrs. Donald Golike spent the past week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Slager, and her sister, Trudy, in Clarendon Hills, near Chicago. gave readings, the Rev. E. E. DeLong of Roxana spoke, and Donald Golike and Marion Paul PlayecJ, taps to close the short service. Mr. and Mrs. William Brooks celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harris. Present also at the dinner was their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joyce Brooks, and her son, Billy. David Golike of Medora spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harris. A basket dinner will be held Friday in the Fosterburg school basement. Macoupin Rural Youth Plan Meet CARLINVILLE.—Macoupin county rural youthers are planning a special "Senior Night" at their regular meeting to be held at 7:45 p. m. (DST) Wednesday, at the Farm Bureau in Carlinville. All graduating rural seniors in the county have been invited 1o attend this meeting. A panel discussion on "Why I Came to Rural Youth" will be presented. Also a special recreation program is being planned. Fair Group to Meet CARLINVILLE.—Members of the Macoupin County Fair Association will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the fairgrounds to make further plans for the 1952 fair which will celebrate its centennial this year. Auction Sale CARLINVILLE.—All of the out buildings and farm equipment of the Macoupin County Nursing Home will be sold at auction Thursday as the result of a decision of the Macoupin county board of supervisors. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" BETHALTO — Members of the Rotary Club at their regular dinner meeting in the social rooms of the Zion Lutheran Church Wednesday evening heard an address by Fred Wiedeman, Chicago, head of public relations for the Bell Telephone Company. Wiedeman spoke of the advancements being made in the telephone world, and illustrated most of his points by actual demonstrations. Other guests present were Jim Earl, manager of the Wood River office of Bell Telephone, and S. J. Klingle of the local telephone exchange. Clarence Gerke of Edwardsville was the only visiting Rotarian. Plan Pastry Sale BETHALTO — Members of the 4-H Girls Club will hold a pastry sale in Prehn's Store Saturday beginning at 10 o'clock. All donations are to be at the store by this time. Graduates As Minister BETHALTO — Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barnett have returned from Wilmore, Ky., where they attended the graduation exercises at Ashbury Theological Seminary, where their son, James, received his bachelor of divinity degree. Accompaning them were Mrs. Claude Holcomb and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Meter, grandparents of James. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barnett, brother and sister-in-law pf Lakewood, Ohio also attended. Rev. Barnett, following graduation returned to Cheshire, Ohio, where he is pastor of the Methodist Church. ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK Tonight 8:15 p. m. Only Kirk Douglas - Eleanor Parker "DETECTIVE STORY" Tonight 7:20 p. m, France* Langford William Reagan "Music in thi Moonlight" BRING A FRIEND FREE 2 FOR 1 NIGHT • Buy one licket, get one FREE! Two persons admitted for the price of one every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through June 26th. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JANE RUSSELL JACK BEUTEL In The OUTLAW Shown at 8:30 p. m. Only FRANCES UNGFORD PHIL REGIN "I'LL REACH FOR A STAR" Shown 7:00—10:07 p. m- STATI —TONITE— BRIAN DONLEVY VIRGINIA GRKY ANDY DEVINE IN "SLAUGHTER TRAIL" Shuwn »t »:lis CiROUCIIO MARX MARIE WILSON WILLIAM BENDIX IN "A GIRL IN EVERY PORT" Shown 7:3» CARTOON NEWS TUES.-WED. JOAN EVANS- MEIVYNDOUGIAS LYNN MM — ANP «~ PRESENTS WALTER PID6EON I SHORT Rotary Club in Meet at Bethalto Girl Scouts of Bethalto Plan All-Day Outing BETHALTO — Girl Scout Troop will hold an all-day outing at Rock Spring Park in Alton Thursday. Each member is requested to bring lunch. Mothers who will drive the girls are asked to meet at the Little Plouse at 9:30 a.m. Plans are in the making also to take a boat excursion aboard the Admiral June 12. All local troops are eligible to go, providing they are accompanied by an adult. Tickets for the excursion may be secured from Mrs. Leora Ricks. HEAD TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Ptrklnj U Contlnioii *• LAST TIMES TONIGHT James Stewart - Julia Adams "BEND IN THE RIVER" Shown at g:S3 Action Under The Sea "SMUGGLER'S GOLD" Shown at 7:00 — 0:S6 TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY | THE "JOHNSTOWN", ore carrier headed for the Great Lakes, as it passed through the main locks of the dam, Saturday afternoon. The ship if the largest ever to pass through Alton lock. It Is 626 feet long and weighs 9000 tons. Other large ships passed through the main lock here have done so without the necessity of shifting the ship to a diagonal position within the lock. Such was not possible with the Saturday operation. After entry of the ship into the lock, it. was maneuvered diagonally before the lower gate could be closed. The lime of locking-through was two hours and 40 minutes, 2:10 to 4:50 p. m. This was longer than usual, but the time included that for passing through the tug and the three barges loaded with rock. The tug was actually pushing the three barges, as the ship was tied to the barges. Stern was not supported by pontoons, as other reports stated. The forward holds were flooded to lower It, thus bringing up the stern. Deck cargo also assisted in keeping the nose down. Staff photo. Roxana ROXANA — Mrs. Robert Williams and daughter, Terry, of Phoenix, Ariz., are spending a few days with Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Major and daughter, Dixie, of Doerr avenue and with William's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, of Central avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Williams recently moved to Phoenix where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leamy and sons, Algonquin Terrace and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton White and children of East First street enjoyed an outing Saturday at Beaver Dam. Mrs. Norman Steiner and infant daughter returned Friday from Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Berniece Wiegand of Central avenue attended memorial services Friday at Jerseyville and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Weigand and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Simms. Breaks Arm In Fall Paul Bierbaum, jr., 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bierbaum of 709 elfgen street, suffered a fracture of the right arm in a fall from a tree Sunday. He was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital for surgery following the mishap. 2 Chicagoans Are Named Lecturers BOSTON — Two Chicagoans— George Nay and John D. Pickett— were named Christian Science lecturers today at the annual meeting of The Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist. The appointments will take them to points throughout the United States and other countries. Both men have been engaged in the practice of Christian Science healing in Chicago. Nay was born in Hungary of English parents. He came to the United States in 1913 and made his home in Chicago. John D. Pickelt entered the field ROXANA. ILL THEATPE LAST TIME TONITE |; | "Ten Tall Men" 8:56 !| "A Girl In Every Port" 7:25:1 Tues,»Wed,»Thurs, Emlyii Williams—Eve Arden Howard DaSilva "Three Husbands" 0:08 Brian Donlevy - Gig: Young Virginia Grey "Slaughter Trail" CINECOLOR 7:45 SELECTED SHORTS Under New Management Starlight DRIVE-IN THEATRE ROUTE 140, COLLEGE AVE. 2 SHOWS N1TELY RAIN OB CLEAR OPENS at 7—STARTS at 8:50 ENDS TONITE JAMES CAGNEV "COME FILL THE CUP" Tues., Wed., Thurs. Shown at 9:30-11:45 «• —- _v*Cf I ALEXIC nUMCHar I OgMESj^jrH.pNE I i —J TWO CARTOONS Kiddies | Free Play Free | Ground Train & Pony Rides, E*IDCT r I If 9 I OPEN 7:30 P. M. — SHOW AT DUSK 2 Shown Nightly — Ruin or Clear TONIGHT & m~ \( SINCINiN 'THE RAIN ^Gene KELLY Donald 'eioiiour MUSIC! I 2 COLOR CARTOONS FREE-Playjround for Childnn Childnn undir 12 and Cart FREE Kill Theater TONITE - 1'UES. Po«r« Open 7:00—Show 8Urt« 7W TWO jeCHNJtOt-OB HITS Bri»n Uonlevy — VlrfioU Grey "SLAUGHTER TRAIL' 1 Stigwo »t 7:33 Cerncl Wilde — ftUureca O'll»r» of investment banking following studies at the University of North Dakota. He later became president of his own investment firm. Spiritual understanding alone can pierce today's corruption In government and world confusion and lead mankind to lasting safety and security, "The Christian Science Board of Directors said. About 7500 Christian Scientists GODFREY. - Members of flit Get to Know Your Neighbor Cfab will stage a picnic at the OMIfefed Club grounds f hursday. the gttfip will meet at the Godfrey Seh»l §t 11:45 and from there Will go lfr« group 16 the club -ground*. Hill meat and dessert will be presided and the members are to brtflf.1 covered dish and theft Own service, Any woman In the area' would like to join the group of become acquainted In the neJghbof- hood are invited to come Mid bring their children. Legion Meets Tuesday GODFREY. - The local Atnetl- can Legion Post will meet at the town hall Tuesday evening at I o'clock. The Auxiliary will fneet at the same hour In another room of the building. All veterans of the township arc invited to attend. Mnson Oradilatloit GODFREY. — Graduation exercises were held at Mason School Sunday afternoon following a basket dinner. Ninety persons attended the dinner and program. American Legion awards were presented to Rosalie Migdon and Richard McNely by Fayette Pl- voda of Post 1218, The class had chosen for ltd motto: "Let's Look Ahead," and the speaker, J. B. Johnson, selected a theme on a similar topic, "Working To Get Ahead." from throughout the world heard the directors' special message at the annual meeting of The Mother Church. OPEN 6:80 OODRIVE u \* 11 v ( out ()P J i HI V (not TONITE A TUES. with JANE NIGH Shown 7:00 9:45 PLUS OPEN 12:45 DAILY GRANP in i in \in\i TODAY ft TUBS. VENGEANCE BURNS HOT ON FROZEN TRAILS IN... 'ANSCOCOLOK STEWART Nude!) ? GRANGER•COREY CydCHARISSE 4~ Shown 1:00 3:05 8:10 7:20 »:M Cartoon & News TODAY LAST TIMES Brod Crawford - John Derek I COLORADO "SCANDAL SHEET" SUNDOWN" Shown 3:45 — 6:35 — 9:20 I Shown 5:20 — 8:05 OPEN 12:45 — 40c till 5 — Child 14c ALL TIMES TUES.--3 DAYS NOW ONIHIKMIti KXTM mn . TUMI 'Jf *y 4 Tiyand flet ra fi/ I DON'T HAVETOWM5HE THE"flX" .AND NO DIRTY/ V&AMBIER Will TOUCH ME/ NO PICTURE EVER * DARE D ' OF %> THEWR€STLIN&flX WATCH THE "WEAKER" SEX DO THEIR STUFF GORGEOUS GALS OF THE RING HIT THE CANVAS! THRILLS GALORE! ! ,.,^ TRUE... * Tin SCRKN'S TOVOHfiT dOUCHNKKJI Shown 1:30 4:05 6:65 »:40 _2ND HIT *how« J:3Q —

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