Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 19, 1956 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, October 19, 1956
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t»AGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1956 Special POMPONS 75Cbnnrh Rexroot Flower Market Mil t. Neighbors Plant Wheat And Pick Corn for 111 Farmer Regular Monthly Meeting Monday Nite. Oct. 22, fi:SO |».m. POT LUCK GODFREY CIVIC CENTER All member* »nd friend* invited. Bring: tnl'le srrvlce and eovrrrd dish. JERSEYVTLLE.—Friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ! Cline. east of Jerseyville, met recently Rnd planted his wheat acreaqe for Hie coining year. They also picked 34 acres of corn and cribbed it for Cline who had DANCE AT American Legion BARN BETHALTO Saturday, Get, 20 RONNIE KLAUS DANCE Every Sal, Night 8:30 p.m. to t2i80 a.m. WOOD RIVER MOOSE LODGE Mmle By OTIS BERRY Orchestra Saturday, Oct. 20 been hospitalized from Sept. 2 until Oct. 4. The group who- volunteered their services for the work consisted of William Raftis, Cecil Moore, Harlan Cooksey, Fred Marshall. Albert Bopp and Cline's son-in-law, Ray Reese, nnd Peter Ashlock. Mrs. Reese, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. nine, prepared dinner for the workers. ForMf Fire JERSEYVILLE.-A forest fire in the vicinity of the Tcneriffe School in Rosedale Township has .been reported extinguished. The fire broke out during the" past weekend and continued a slow march in the wooded area for several days. Fijian villagers are becoming money-consc ous. for the first time, Suva reports. DRESSEL-YOUNG DAIRY GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK Evans Pastries —AT— Milton Road f ? Special This Week | lVo ^S d 3 n CHICKEN! ;! / L " |cd !• ^French Fries—Snlnd—$< .10JI • 'Biittproil T<in«itoil Bun . ' J| | Vj-Lb. SIRLOIN STEAK \ >Includcs QQp<; $ Fries. Bread * Butter WUl*J Eat Here or Carry Out! j; HAMBURGERS ... 25c or 5 for $1.00 10c HOT DOGS I W each or 6 for COo C»rry Out Only Thick MILKSHAKES [Expires H P.M., Sun., Oct. 21 Phone In Your Order 2-9136 1100 MHton Road THE COUNTRY KITCHEN Rt, 100, 1 </2 Miles West of North Alton THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD Serving Through Sunday, October 21 CLOSING MONDAY, OCT. 22 FOR VACATION. OPENING TUESDAY, NOV. 13. Nellie and Wally Pfaff — 2-0113 Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" FRIED CHICKEN DINNER Sunday, October 21st from 12 noon to- 3 p. m. at St. Patrick's School Basement Sponsored By Boy Scout Troop No. 26— Adults $1.25 Children 75c MOW SAY THANK VOU TO ALL THE NICE PEOPLE WHO GAVE THE UNITED WAY YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY CHEST SUPPORTS THESE AGENCIES Girl Scouts Boy Scouts Associated Charities Hillcrest Community Center YMCA YWCA Salvation Army Wood River Social Planning Council III. Children's Home and Aid Society Catholic Charities I MAKE YOUR GIFT BIG ENOUGH TO COUNT Give Generously — to help make the goal ol $257.000 A 12 %% InereuM Over l.ust Year'* Goal. Jersey Fair Association To Meet Oct. 29 JKRSKYV'ILLR — Jersey .County Fair Association will meet at the Farm Bureau building Oct. 29 at 7:30 p. m. CST. Main purpose of the meeting is to elect directors and officers. | | e adej~s were selected as the Nursing Scholarships Junior Woman's Club At Jerseyville Selects Projects JERSEYVILLE The Jerseyville Junior Woman's Club net Tuesday evening at. Holy Ghost Parish Hall and a three- year nursing scholarship and a training course for Girl Scput James L. Combes is the present head of the association. Gulp School PTA Hears Hardin COTTAGE HILLS—Gulp PTA met Tuesday and Kermit Hardin spoke on his experiences in France. Hardin is a member of the school district administrative staff. Mrs. Louis Perko resigned as hospitality chairman and was replaced by Mrs. Milton Wo)ford. A bake sale by the PTA has been set for Saturday starting at 10 a.m. at the Arris Market. Pastry products should be at the store before Ihe opening time. Plans for the Halloween party lo lie held Oct. 26 in the grade school were completed. The party will start at V.30 p.m. major projects of the club this year. Minor project will be work wi'h the special and exceptional j children of Community Unit School District No. 100. Mrs. Edward Church, chairman of the education department, announced that the project of her Department for the year is the sale of tricks or ireyt candy, the proceeds to be sent to the Brain Research Foundation in Chicago. A Ict'er was read from Dr. Louis Kelinson, superintendent ot the Illinois State Hospital, thanking the club for its donation of used clothing, books and current magazines to be used by patients. This was in cooperation with the Junior district project this year, and all club members are to donate articles for this work. Mrs. Pratt announced the coin- Indian Airlines Corp. is switching to British Vickers Viscounts from other planes. chairman, Mrs. Henry Heitzig; ticket chairman, Mrs. Louis Nail and co-chairman, Mrs, William Tracy; scenery and set, Mrs. Maurice Meuth and Mrs. James Becker. Russell M. Warner, executive vice president of t he Jersey Stale Bank, who is contact chairman for the Illinois Bankers' Association, explained the new Illinois Banking Act to be voted on Nov. 6. Mrs. Milton Darr, music chairman, introduced Susan Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Holmes, who presented two dnnce numbers. "Federation Information" was the subject of a panel discussion presented by Mrs. John Pine of Bluffs. 20th District President of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs. Macus J. Ryan of Jerseyville vice president of the 20th District; and Mrs. Paul Vannier of Bluffs, Past District vice president and district treasurer. The new executive board members and new club members were introduced.' The executive mittees for the style show to be' board consists of Mrs. Emil Gast Brighton Youth Choir Has Party BRIGHTON.—Members of the Presbyterian Youth Choir were entertained with a wiener roasf nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cnrson Oberlamler after rehearsal Wednesday evening. Present wore: James McAfee, Bill McCauley, Jnnet Wecse, .luiquita Woods, Carol and Sharon Rothe, Carol and Larry Stewart, Freddy Weese, Edwin Meacham, Donald Werts, Spencer and Dona Bower, Eula and Dorothy Sisco, Janice Rothe, Judy Oberlander, Joanna Hale, Jack Howard, Janet Warner, Joy Whipple, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lee and children, Barby and Gary, Mrs. Claud McAfee, Mr. and Mrs. John Rothe and Linda, and Mrs. Melvin Rothe. Mrs. Lee is the choir director and Mrs. McAfee is organist. Hrifjlilon Nntrs BRIGHTON.-Eugene Malloy, naval officer, and his wife, the former Janry Lou Brown, are on leave nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown in Brighton, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Malloy in Jerseyville. Malloy has been stationed at a naval station presented by the club Nov. 15 at the High School Gym. They are: general chairman. Mrs. V e r n o n Miller; co-chairman, Mrs. Charles Hamilton; advance ' Joseph Ritter' KC Class Initiated at Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — Jerseyville Council Knights of Columbus initiated members of a Memorial Class of candidates Sunday, honoring the late Joseph Ritter, who lost his life in an automobile accident July 4. At the time of his death Ritter was serving his second year as grand knight of the local council. A degree team from East St. Louis, with Henry Zittel, district deputy, in charge, exemplified the major degree. Members of the class were Edward Kadell, Robert A. Malloy, Charles E. Malloy, Joseph Jurkanin, Robert Madson, Kenneth Breden, William Simpson Jr., James Shortal, James H. Powers, John Kuebrich of Jerseyville; Virgil Stone, and James Thomas of Shipman; Donald Lurton, Lawrence Finkes Jr., of Dow; Vincent Carey, Frank Truslake, Stanley Burns, Arthur Wooster and Paul ] Arnold of Grafton. Following the initiation a banquet was served in the Holy Ghost parish by women of the congregation of the church. One hundred fifty were present, including candidates, their wives, members and friends. J. F. Schlafly Jr., of Alton was guest speaker at the evening program. Attend Luncheon JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Eldon Kanallakan and Miss Glenda Millikin attended the Democratic Women's Day luncheon Tuesday at St. Nicholas Hotel in Springfield. Mrs. Charles Ringhausen, Mrs. Harold Mozior, Mrs. William Tracy, Mrs. Henry Heitzig, Miss Bonivere Dierking. Mrs. Vernon Miller. Mrs. J. H. Houseman, Mrs. Aloys Heitzig, Mrs. Edward Church, Mrs. Robert Phelan, and Mrs. Fred Vaughn. New members introduced were Mrs. Cletus Meuth, Mrs. C. C. Schachtsiek, Mrs. William Gress Jr., Mrs. Alfred Beiermann, Mrs. David Cole, Mrs. Robert Kanallakan, Mrs. George Witt, Miss Eugenia Arger, Miss Jeanette Sears, Mrs. William Adams and Mrs. Richard Allen. It was announced that the district junior banquet will be at Bluffs Oct. 29. Rservations must be phoned in by Oct. 22 to Mrs. Bernard Schroeder or Mrs. Maurice Biermann. Hostesses for the meeting Monday were: Mrs. Paul Connolly, chairman, Mrs. Charles Worsham. .Mrs. C. C. Schachlsiek. Mrs. Donald Martin, Mrs. Kenneth DcBcrry, Mrs. Kenneth Ingersoll. Mrs. Bernard Norton and Mrs. Wilbert Sckman. Mrs. Hubert Hunter was in charge of the devotions and Mrs. Aloys Heitzig, American citizenship chairman, led the Pledge to the Flag. Slate Tax Collections Up $59,031,928 SPRINGFIELD, 111. — In a report to Gov. William G. Stratin Brooklyn but when returning to duly he will report at the Norfolk, Va., naval yards. Church Notes BRIGHTON — The R e v. Harley Mackfrssel, pastor of the SI. John Evangelical and Reformed Church hns announced mission festival for Sunday. The schedule: 9:30 a. tn. Sunday school; 10:30 a. m. worship; potluck dinner at noon, followed by special afternoon services at 2. T h e Rev. Lewis Huber, St. Louis will bs guest: speaker at services, The Rev, Kenneth G. Bower, pastor of the Presbyterian Church announced laymen Sunday for Oct. 21. Sunday School begins at 9 a. m. and morning worship at 10. Westminster Youth Fellowship meets at 6:30 p. m. The Rev. Leo Mabry of the St. Paul Methodist Church announced Sunday as laymen Sunday. A special program lias been planned by Lloyd Well. There will be special music by students of McKendree College and Joyce Hunt of Shipman will be lay j .speaker. Sunday School will be! nt 9:30 a. m. worship at JO^tOj a. m. and MYF at 7 p. m. | Assembly of God Church serv-1 ices will be at American Le-; gion Hall, with Russcl Edtiinger: ol East Alton, lender. Morning 1 worship vill bo nt. 9:45 a. in. and' evening evangelistic services at 7:30 p. in. i Masses at St. Alphonsus Church ! at 8 and 10 a. m. The Rev. Father Charles Englum is pas-1 i tor. ton today, State Revenue Director Richard J. Lyons said September collections from the state's nine tax sources collected by his department increased $3,267,078 over the September 1955 totals. Lyons said the September collections totaled $44,497,205 as compared to $41.230,127 in Sep- ternbnr a year ago. Collections during .this nine-month period were up 559,031,028 over the same period last year. The report shows increases in all but three sources of revenue as compared to last September's report. Total collections from the nine sources (with last year's figures in parenthesis) follow: Sales tax, $22.463.310 ($20,480,. 786); use tax, $1,183,527 ($341,419); cigarette tax, $2,f)35,B83 ($2,087,371); liquor tax, $2,339,858 ($2,521,4171; motor fuel tax, $13,149,983 ($12,588.966); petroleum inspection fees, $82,083 ($78,972); public utility tax, $2.563.046 ($2,472,137); coin operated amusement tax, $40,634 ($43,374); private car line tax, $39,073 ($15,685). DRIVE IN BEL-AIR 2 $"„, HITS! SANDS OF • AND CRAHOi MANFISH Baffling Aqua-Lung adventure deep in the adventure-filled Carribenn THEATRE NO PARKING PROBLEMS AT ROXANA THEATRE LAST TIME TONITE "Slightly Scarlet" 8:50 "MOHAWK" 7:30^ SAL-SUN. MON.-TUES. Paul Newman—Pier Angeli "SOMEBODY UP THERE LIKES ME" 9:03 Victor Mature—Janet Leigh "SAFARI" Color Cinemascope 7:30 SELECTED SHORTS DANCE Every Sat. Nite AT GODFREY CIVIC CENTER With ROSCOE STILES ORCHESTRA Dancing from 8:80 to 12:30 Dancing Every Saturday Night LEGION HALL BUNKER HILL Central Standard Time Music by WILL BLACK OCT. 20 Plan on Attending Halloween Dance On October 27! Also Skating Every Tuesday and Friday Evening 7:30 P. M. lo 10=30 P.M. FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS SERVED Your Favorite Family Drive-In Opens at 6:30 I Kiddie* Starts 7:00 V Free! Ruin or Clear TONITE & SATURDAY—2 EXCITING HITS Like No Other Picture Since "SCARFACE" and ."LITTLE CAESAR"! THE starring Sterling HAYDEN Rtleased thru United Artiits 2ND HIT I >! Acfuof color films of"'""""' Unidentified Flying Objects PLUS CARTOON Special Midnight Show Saturday Night BARBARA STANWYCK GEORGE SANDERS GARY [MERRILL' WlTN E SS TO M U R DE R SUNDAY—MONDAY—TUESDAY Always 2 Color Cartoons Kiddies Always Free OPEN 6:30 ITONITE and SATURDAY ALL COLOR! FEATURES START ", :00 I/AN JO H -VERA MIS ces to Bake? Street 23 Bi --CECIL PARKER .HENRY EPHRON , HENRY HATHAWAT A —••.«—• -*< . NIGEL BALCHIN ClHlMASeOPt JOOi Century-Fat pfesoib JANE RUSSELL RICHARD EGAN «•(»*, JOAN LESLIE •m AGNES MOOREHEAD GREAT BUM>» AOIO • MOW. WAISH *n*** t, STWCT BOEHM EVERGLADES INDIAN WARS I ROCK HUDSON-BARBARA HALE ANTHONY QUINN-RiCHARD CARLSON' Open 12:45 Daily •^ 11 . I > At 1:25 3:25 S:25 7:25 9:25 EXTRA! COLOR CARTOON "SCARDEY CAT" Joe McDoakes Comedy SECOND HIT YVONNE DeOAKU) ~ CAUJ.OS THOMPSON in "FORT ALGIERS" Kiddies Admitted FREE — FREE Playground. TONIGHT AND SATURDAY AKTKKXOON KIDD1KS' MATINKK Continuous from 1 P.M. WKRNER BROS. ALAN ROSSANX Friday at 8:25 p. in. Friday nt" 1:00, 0:58 Sut. Afternoon 2!'j5, 5:25 Sat. Afternoon 1:00, 1:00, 7:00 Entirely New Program Saturday Evening SUNDAY AND MONDAY Come at 4 P.M. Saturday and See 4 Hits! M-G-M'8 Thrilling Life-Inspired Drama! 50c Till S Then 65c. Child 15c TODAY & SAT. ^ \ FAY WHAT PERT ARMSTRONG " BRUCE CABOT !i:flO 6:00 9:25 Alive... or j Voodoo Magiclll James CUbn limn ON At 1:35 4:50 8:05 CARTOON Sat. lit 9:82 p. m.j Sun. 8:20, 5:38, 8:80 p. in. TONITE & SAT. They Will Never Forget Himl The first Texan JOELMcCREA FELICIA FARR MM ty TKHNICOU* o umm ncniflt At 6:45 0:10 PLUS The Story of a Marine! BliUHIOIHOIW BFVmUAHUND AN AUlEp ARTISTS PICTURE HOtDBACIC THE NIGHT John PAYNE • Mona FREEMAN AM Miico MIIMI ncruu but. at 8:05 p. in.; Sun. 1:07, 4:22, 1;37 p. m. 8:24 CARTOON

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