Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1952 · Page 33
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, jtma a, ALTON EVftNINO TELEGRAPH I it an* Out of Sereie* Me* of Are* On Softball team NEfr LbNtoON, Conn.,— Tommy C, ( Martin, machinery repairman second class, USN, son of Mrs. William frump, 191 Gouldlng avenue, 'East Alton, in. out played tough cfttfipetltiofl this week to win ft position in the navy's softball league here. He got the job as pitcher on th« ertglflW team, tie is among 1850 *41l6rs who competed for as* signment to en§ of SO teami In the 1952 Submarine Base Mftball league. , Before tetiottMg for duty hete February, 1981, at the engineer and repair department, Martin—a 1047 graduate of Alton High School —was a crew member aboard the submarine tender Orion based in Norfolk, Va. Fottsctiflelder Horn* S/Sgt. EULn Fortschneider Is at the home of hU parents, County Commissioner and Mrs. Steve Fort- schnelder at Golden Eagle, 111. He recently returned after 10 months In Korea, where he was attached to the 2nd Inf. Dlv. Artll- EVttVBOW CHftttLER! REXROAT MOTORS, Inc. STUART MOTOR CO, *625 E. Broadway, Alton SI« E. Ferguson, Wood ftlver Announcing The Opening Of Wood River Swimming Pool Open everyday from 2, p.m. to 9 p.m. Student Admissions . . . 2Sc Student Season Tickets.. $5.00 Single Adult Ticket . . . 50c 10 Swim Ticket . . . $4.00 Adult Season Ticket...$10.00 Phone 4-1411 for Further Information PIL Nt Hospital. No Loss of Tim* from Work. • Write Dr. Knowle* at 229 S. Adams St., Pcoria, III., for booklet. Rectal Ulcers, Flnsures, Fistula, Pruritis (Itching Piles), Prostatitis and Allied Rectal Diseases healed by our Mild Infiltration Treatment. Also Stomach, Liver, Gallbladder, Kidneys, Bladder, Blood Rupture and Varicose Veins by Non-Surgical Treatments. Without Surfical Optration. No Burning. No Cuttinj SAVOY HOTEL, SATURDAY, JUNE 7 DR. KNOWLES, M. D. HOURS: 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. :is brother, t* , fwwrtsd to after JBlden^afiflved h'eme, 8 Ifi smice MM. Grace Bucknet of 110 Belle street, East Alton has three sons In the armed forces. The oldest ion. Howard Buckner, is 22, and is stationed at San Diego, Calif., after enlistment in the navy in the Fall of 1940. He hud [previously served two years in the Howard A r m y, as * "frogman," and was separated from service six months before re-enlistment. He attended Woo.1 River High School. The second son, Thomas, 19, Is stationed with the Air Force el Camp Edwards, Falmouth, Mass. He entered service at Lackland AFB, after .graduation from East Alton-Wood River Township high school in 1950. Presently he is in cook school, and is trying to qualify as an air cadet. Thomas James, 17, who enlisted in service at Great .Lakes Naval Training Center, Feb., 29, is presently on leave at his home. He 'will leave Friday to return to his base. At time of I his, enlistment he was attending East Alton-Wood River Township James high school. Fosterburg FOSTERBURG — The summer library will be open for use each Thursday afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m. Children reading 12 books or more will be awarded certificates. At the final PTA meeting of the school, year, plans were discussed as to whether or not to have a recreation program at the school playground this vacation. It would be held two mornings a week if enough parents are interested in having it, A',further discussion will be held Friday afternoon following the basket dinner at the school. The Fosterburg 4-H Glut? met at the home of Mrs. Rex;Miller, the leader, Wednesday evening. Nine members were present. They plan to have a bake sale Saturday at noon at Stahl's. Store. Plans for 4-H camp were discussed. Phyllis Wehrman gave a talk on canning. Miss Ruby Harris of Chicago is spending a two week vacation with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' S. M. Harris '. Mrs. Florence Meisenheimer has been spending the past week with RELIEF FOR ASTHMA SUFFERERS Quick relief wtvolly co««« from lb« <r»l dot* ol Ikit n«w fomvlo which ocli t» r«li»v* congcition. P*opl* who formerly luffertd with frightening choking, cough* ing, wheeling otlhmo ollockf speak of welcome relief after wting ASAAACOL ASMACOL costs $2.50, but considering the relief you will experience, the $2.50 it cottt amounts to only a few pennies per do»«. ASMACOl, (caution, NIC only 01 directed! Is sold with a money back guarantee if e«4 delighted with results. Sold only by All Thrifty Drug Stores—Mail Order* filled. — 319 E. Broadway. AT LAST SCIENCE HAS THE ANSWER... LOSE UGLY FIT IN 10 DAYS OR YOUR MOMEY IKK! Carroll ton CARROLLTON. — Mrs. Harold Pruiu has accept**! a, position in the Greene County National Bank and began her work there Mon- 8 Iue tfllen CarHcor tackle ttorn, Sharon Cummins. Jean Ann Sheets and Donna Hlndelang, who have enrolled for a four-week course in swUnming at MaeMutray College, JftcKsonvUle, went to Jacksonville Wednesday, morning to take their first lesson. They were accompanied by Mrs. Harold Horn and Mrs. Rob^-t Hindelang. Pic. and Mrs. Donald Qowin of Camp Roberts, Calif., are spending the week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oowltt at Kane and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Flatt of "em Boe, a student at the Oklahoma A & M at Stlllwater, Okla., arrived Tuesday to spend a few days at his home heretofore leav- Init June 20 for Fort Bennlng, Ga., where he will attend ROTC summer camp. " . Mrs. Rosemary Sanderson of Chicago who Is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alva_ Kejjes of Roodhouse, was a guest here Tuesday evening of Mrs, Lynn Shackelford and Mrs. James Turpin. Mrs. Sanderson Is the former Rosemary Denny of this city. Mrs. Nina Wood of Eldred and Miss Leahdell Graves of this city are spending several days at Camp Cooki Calif., where they are guests of Mrs. Wood's son and daughter- in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Wood. •Miss Callle Purl, Miss Mayme Purl, Mrs. A. K. Baldwin, Mrs. L. M. Dowdall, Mrs. C. W. Ballard, Mrs. Walter Thbmas, Mrs. Fred Flshback, Mrs. A. J. Sharon, Mrs. T. H. Linn. Mrs. L. A. Dlckson, Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff, Mrs. Alleene Leininger and^son, Alan, Mrs. ( G. K. Hutchens, Mrs. H. M. Combrirtk and Mrs. R. L. Scott of this city and Miss Barbara Drake of New York went to Springfield Tuesday where they w€re guests at a covered dish luncheon at the home ol Mrs. W. W. Wells. The women are members of the Carrollton Day Unit Rug Club which was organized by Mrs, Wells several years ago when Mrs. Wells was a local resident. . ... , David Mehrhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Derryl Mehrhoff, Is a patient In St. Joseph Hospital in Alton. Miss Barbara Drake of New York, a student at MacMurray College Is spending a few days here at the home of Judge and Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff before leaving for her home in New York for the summer. Hard in HARDIN — Mrs. Lin Ulery and daughter, Mary Jane, have gone to Chicago to visit another daughter to meet the new granddaughter. They expect to be gone two weeks. C. G. Kindred, pastor of Englewood Christian Church in Chicago, and' Robert M. .Lillie, .minister of the Church of Christ at Cedar Lake, Ind., visited in Hardin Tuesday. Kindred was born and raised in Calhoun. He has been with the one 'church 49 years. Mrs. Maude Klaas of North Calhoun is a patient in the Carrollton hospital where she recently underwent surgery. • '' \ A record crowd Is expectejd at Kampsville Saturday evening for the achievement day program,; The program will start at 7 p.m. Strawberry season here 'is approaching the end. Production was heavy but the demand was not satisfied. The GIPS Co. are replacing their line along Main street. „ Adolph Rastello has started pole and line fishing again. He has ad- Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Krieg. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gravelle of Hale Center, Tex., have been visiting, in this vicinity. Mrs. Gravelle is the former Miss Ruth Scheurer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Scheurer. .SAFE junex ' PLAN APVWTISINC IM A WIW--KNOWN • NO Drugs • NO Dieting • NO Exercise • NO Mori* Counting NOW YOU CAN EAT ALL YOU WANT! REDUCE THE IIIII(M WAY Where Ml Other Reducers fail! JUNEX UbleU conUin «n •niMini in- •redicnt tlmt ««Wy curb* hunger hy pro- vidinc the bulk your ilomach necdi wil hou I U.ef«Ubuildin§elemenU. With (lie JUNEX method you lote Ihiil cruving for tho»e extr»>iire porliont—thoto fatleninj he- tuccn-meal and before bed-time tn«cki. With JUNEX you ««t ill you w»nll YOl 1 NKVEK CO HUNGRY! YOIM rmir MCKAOI or jllfltX wiu H THI II5T INVIITMINT TOU |VH MAPI I Whelher you're 2 or 50 pound* over- Height, medical •ulhorilie* «ir«* thai exceai weight *nd»nger» jour heart. your lung. AM> YOUR MFC! E.ce.. weight m«k«» you look older! U»» *tir«ctiv»1 Jo- turance it*ti*tic* prove that overweight men and women are bad ri»t». Hg't't ' Under New Management Starlight DRIVE-IN TH EATRE ROUTE 140, COLLEGE AVE. Opens at 7:00, starts at 8:50 Shows Nightly—Rain or Clear ENDS TONITE BING CROSBY JANE WVftlAN IN "HERE COMES THE GROOM" Plus 2. Cartoons FRI. and SAT. 2 - BIG HITS - 2 OPTNiTlu-SlAnGMMj WOW WAW WWAHOK Plus 2nd Hit LET YOUR SCALE BE YOUR JUDGE tiiH£K YOU itm ixcns wiiCHi OR yguH MONiir BACK/ 119 West 3rd St. »««.<; Continent- m vanced ideas oft t U% kind of cork* and snifters to us*. Say Sidwell, road commlnsioner of Benavlew^ is announcing a btmtJ cterjti6rt fot June 1? for thfe fwuwse of raising money for new machinery, so that he may prepare grades For the gas tax ronds that will be tnitlt this year and in future years. He says the gas tax money in his district will build two miles of good roads each year. The Rev. Frank Cook and some of his parishioners attended church in St. Libuis Wednesday night. Ed Tavemier Is convalescing at his home after being released f rtfni an Alton hospital Tuesday. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday evening at the home of Mrs. George Snider to make tray favors for disabled veterans. 1ON1TE (THURSDAY) 2 FOR 1 NIGHT • Buy one ticket, get one V R E E 1 Two persona admitted for the price of one every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday through June 26th. Tonite, Fri., Sat. FUNNIEST movie chase j«n» H«R0 tanglc-i with that Lamarr-vtlou* gall -Mir Awomn Shown' «t «:3« P. M. Shown 7:00 -10:66 P. M. ALT-WOOD UTDOOR THEATRE , TEL. 4 2//4 [ *•«(, ,,JU«d. Between u. Open at 7:30 — Show at Dusk 2 Shown Nightly—Rain or clear TONIGHT & FRI. 2 STAR-STUDDED HITS! — HIT No. 1 — "You Can Have Him Only For a Year ... on Loan!" THE STORY OF A BORROWED LOVE A Picture Every Woman should Seel 3fS$* 'J&&& Shown 11:10 BOTH PICTURES FIRST RUN WOOD RIVER Due to the length of these two outstanding feature**—one complete show will be presented nightly. — HIT No. 2 i BK ramtm W Mt t mmmm-mt nff'Nn i mSnffmu* *w Plus Selected FeaUifettei CHILDREN Under U FREE HE/, </£>£' Wlf ftAKKOUHP fhe Sunshine Class ef afflpivllte P^tJfliflart ChtriSSft met Wednesday'Rftetnoftrt. Mif, Clarence Jones is president of thfi class, -..<.': Mr*. Henry feeeker of Kamp*> ville is a patient at the Boyd Hot* pltal in Cftrtofltoh. Banes Attalt Milky Way The dairymen's association of Copenhagen has come Up with a new idea in what it cans,a campaign against unsightly outdoor advertising. It haS given 20 Well known Danish artists a free hand to decorate 20 gable-ejvd, walls in • L m 1 IT TONITE IS "PAL NITE"! TWO PERSONS ADMITTED FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! BRING A FRIEND!! EMLYN WILLIAMS EVE ARDEX In "THREE HUSBANDS? ShownjtStSO RODDY McDOWALI, KRISTEVK MttXER in "THE STEEL FIST" CARTOON FRIDAY ™ELLIO — PLUS — SERIAL 2 CARTOONS , BOXAJ1A, It*. THEATRE ttw city, tntt wtitten in FRIDAY&SAT. ECHNICOLOR * Cartoon & Ntwt LAST TD*E XONITE "Three ll«nh«d«" 9:08 > "Slaughter Trail" 7:45 FRIDAY, JUNE 6th BRING A GUEST. Two Admitted for a Single Admission Judy Garland—Frank Morgan Boy Bolger ! "THE WIZARD OFOZ* TECHNICOLOR 7:14 James Stewart—Donna Reed Lionel Barrymore "IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE" ' 9:04 FarklM III I C*ntln«*M 7 U 11 p. •. •I TkMUl De«ci OM* .«:« f. m. NORSIDE TONITE . FRft - SAT. THE / ICIMARRON KID AUDIE MURPHY YVETTE DUGAY Shown at 8188 .. Bowery Boys • Hwnti IHM Shown at 7:00—9:57 SNCKCMMees Every Friday Night LITCHFIELD SPORTS ARENA* LITCHFIELD. ILL. 7:30 P.M- Time Trials ht Race—8:30 P.M. .!>• .\ RAOES lit Doors Open ?:00 Show Kturt* 7:80 Slurie WiUou — tirouvbo Murv "A GIRL IN EVERY PORT" Shown at 8:65 Stilly Forrest — (,'urlfton YoiliiK "HARD, FAST & BEAUTIFUL" Shown at 7:80 HURRY! TODAY:HAST TIMES: , , Sen^Uonal Expose of the "WBEStLING FIX" ' "PIN DOWN Q1RL" shown iioo «;5*i »:io v "KID MONK BARONI" shown 0:is 8:05 OPEN 12:45 DAILY FRIDAY & SAT. RgNCESS! //;/;/ m» i "*" "" •' with EsteUta Rodrijwz • Pemy Edwards • Pinky LM p.... . Shown 1:00 3:80 6:00 8:80 A ROLLICKING, LOVE-PACKED HITI , '«itnnucnciu» ESTELITA • Bill WILLIAMS • Hugh HWBCTT Shown 3:06 4:35 7:10 9:40 DAKOTA TERRITORY! ...Where a Bugle Call was met OPEN 8:30 , OQDRIVE FRIDAY & SAT, Ray MILLAND Helena Carter Hugh Marlowe Forrest Tucker •l|J»)W^W^Mp W ^rW"W^W»™^ Shown TONITE UST TIMES "Youwa SCARFACr 1 : Sbowu f;jg ... "WOMAN III THE DARK" Wutm *"« lift: : :

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