Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 20, 1956 · Page 13
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN At Balchtoivn Caihoun County Legion Council To Meet Oct. 25 HARDIN — CaJhoiin County Legion Council will meet at Batchtown the evening of Oct. i"). County Commander John Dirksmeye'r has announced. Mrs. Frances Long of the T. B. Association will discuss the T.B. tax ballot which will be before the county voters Nov. 6. The proposed* tuberculosis tax is intended to care for patients who may have to spend some time at sanitoriunw. Heretofore the expense ha» been paid from the county welfare fund, but the load has grown heavier during the past years due to th« chest examination programs carried out by the chest X-ray unit. Announce Engagement HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hazelwonder of Hardin have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elaine, to James De- Gerlia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeGerlia. Elaine is a Kin- dent at Hardin High School. No date ha* been set for the wedding. Edwardsville *Y' Schedules Mock Itic-Adlai Vole EDWARDSVILLE — County; politicians will he able to hasp I their predictions in the Nov. 6: presidential rare on something else besides the Maine and Alaska elections this year. ! John F. Belshaw. general secretary of the YMCA h>re, nn-i nounced today ihst the V's jun-i ior board of directors will con- • duct a mock presidential election I Saturday for high school stu- < dents. Balloting 1 will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the YMCA and "polls" ! will close at 10 p.m. Beside the students, Belshaw reported, all : persons attending iho tiger town: dance at the "Y" Saturday evc-^ ning will be encouraged to cast' a ballot. Election campaigning will be confined to distribution of; campaign buttons and posting o/; campaign posters. i The junior board is conducting the election, he said, in an effort j to call aiten'ion to ihe impor-j Democrats Stage Brighton Rally BRIGHTON — More than 100 people attended the Democrat rally Friday night, to hear Richard Hershey of Taylorville speak. Hershey lauded Adlai Stevenson and Richard B. Austin. Harvey it. Schmidt, precinct chairman, introduced Ed Fuechs, county chairman, who was master of ceremonies. Willard Kelsey of Carlinville, formerly of Brighton, introduced each of the condidates present. County candidates speaking were William (Bill) ijyons, running for the state senate; John Ferketich, for coroner: Phil Brown, seeking re-election as circuit clerk; Paul Vertichio, candidate for state's attorney. District candidates to speak were Ed Eberspacher of Shelby, 111., and Ed Schaeffer, both seeking re-election to the General Assembly. It was announced at the Rally that Friday, Oct. 26 at 9:30 a. in. the Democrat, caravan with Peter Mark would be in Brighton. Special entertainment was group singing led by Mrs. Ferke- tic.h, who accompanied the singing with her electric, pianorhord. The song, "We Want Adlai." written by George lx)ng of Gil- lespip, was introduced. Following; the program, refreshments were served by the Democrat Women's Club oi Brighton. Hospital Notes Alton jtfetMoHttt iMEDlCAL Enos Head, 1294 State Leonard Wallace, 133 Dooley Mrs. Florence Beckman, HR 2 Brighton Mrs. Mary Rice, 237 Dooley Richard McKce, 828 Imogen Mrs. Frances Reeder, White's Nursing Home Arnold Welzel, 241 Arbor Mrs. Mary Nicks, Savoy Hotel SURGICAL Rufus Woods, South Roxana Haddy Deucker, St. Ambrose Drive Mrs. Choice Johnson. 1900 Belle DISMISSED Mrs. Ida Austin, 1005 Slate Mrs. Dean Cunningham, 526 Alhy Orville Hrllrung, 831 Washington Mrs. Virginia Lanx, 1425 Rodgors Mrs. Grace Hassman, 3543 Aberdeen Leonard Wallace, 133 Dooley Chapnel Allen. RR 1, Godfrey Mrs. Nancy McAfee, Brighton Mrs. Evelyn Young. Wood River Mrs. Mabel Show, RR 1, Alton James M. White. RR 2. Godfrey Jersey " MEDICAL Michael Gray. Jerseyville Gehlhausen, ttardin Police and Sheriffs Staff To Entertain Children HARDIN — Hardin police and 1he sheriff's staff are planning a party and "treat"' for children. It will be in the nature of a wiener roast and marshmallow toast at the park along riverfront the evening of Ocl. 30. according to tentative plans. The event will be a prelude to the annual Halloween party given for children on Halloween night. The bakeries which supply Hardin stores are donating the buns and Hardin stores are giving the wieners and the marshmallows. Boy Scouts will help serve. Tractor Business HARDlN-The Holloway Building in North Hardin has been sold to August Stahl of Grafton, who will re-open the Ford Tractor business which was closed after the death of the late Sig Holloway. The business will bo known as the" Riverside Ford Tractor Sales. Jess Campbell of Kampsville will manage the service depart- Bloodmobile At Jersey Nov. 2-3 JKRSKYVILLE — The Bloodnio- hiln of the American Red Cross will make a two-day visit to Jersey County on Nov. '2 and o. The unit will he set up at the First Baptist Church. The first day of (he visit the unit will be in operation from noon to 6 p.m. and on November 3 the hours Will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mrs. Rodney Jacohy, chairman of the blood program for the Jersey County Red Cross Chapter, lias announced thai, the quota for this visit is 3JO pints which means that approximately oOO donors must be s''<:ur"d to offset reject ions and those unable lo keep appointments. Thj importance of keeping the Blood Program in operation here j has bpf/n demonstrated so often j that many organisations have be-ii come interested in assisting with j the Bloodmobile's visit. I The Worthey Post American Lc- j gion and the Veterans of Foreign! Wars Post will he in charge of recruiting donors for the visit. Mrs. Mrs. G. M. Riplcy and Mrs. Paul Pow-e! will he in charge of the lay j workers assisting at the church. Dr. Robert G. Mindnip will be in charge of the medical statf and Mrs. Joseph Bahr will be in charge of recruiting professional workers. Luncheon JKRSEYVILLK — Th" monthly luncheon and card parly for members of the \Vesllakr Country Club will be held a week later than usual this month, being scheduled for Oct. 30 at 12:.'iO p.m. Hostesses Dog-Shy Photographer Savcrl by Helicopter NEW YdRK * — A police helicopter helped free a dog-shy photo- j grapher who sank to his waist in the tidal mud flats off Slatcn Is- vvili be Mrs. Jack Hormell, Mrs. j John Suddrs and Mrs. Marvin! Hutchcrafl. ' land Friday. Donald Sweatman, 28, told hi* rescuers hr took the mud to avoid an unfriendly looking dog. A girl on shore heard his shouts and called police. Swcatman, who had been snapping pictures of barges, was pulled out with a rope. Melbourne reports 621,000 seats sold for the November Olympic (.lames. ment and George Lorsbach of Hardin will also be an employe. The building is located beside Route 100 and was built on'.y a Hood Hirer Mrs. Catherine Michael Mrs. John Storey, Dow Mrs. Clyde Myers. Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. William Gress, Jerseyville . Mrs. Taylor Gansz, Kampsville I fcw >' cars a &°Hardin Note* HARDIN — Ed Barry and Wilbur Anderson left early this morning on a trip to Utah and Arizona. They are visiting these areas in the interest of the Kingdom Mining and Supply Co. 'of Caihoun. Francis Sceman is a patient in a St. Louis Hospital. Philip Carmody of East Hardin 3816 j j s recovering from an injured hand I which he suffered in a cornpicker Brighton Altar Society Meets BRIGHTON — The Altar Society of the St. Alphonsus Parish met Wednesday night at the basement of the church, rectory for their monthly meeting. Ater a short business meeting presided over by the president, lance of expressing the voting•' Mrs - F - X - Orr ' a sodil1 hour privilege. Ballots have bwn pre- Uvas en J°yo<* *>y members pres- parcd by Laddie Aubrecht and! cnt - Gfm "' s were played and Jim Buch. pros-ram co-chairmen, I thosc excelling were Mrs. Pete and will bear the names of "Eis-l U'ittman, Mrs. John Wittman, enhower and Nixon" and "Stev- j Mrs - R - Churchman, and Mrs. cnson and Kofauver." Each bal-l Alfrrd Kolh< lot will carry a message urging i The meeting place was d?call young voters to take an active j orated in the Halloween motif, part in getting out the vote on | Those in charge of the program Nov. 6. j Wednesday night were Mrs. Orr. Election officials will be an-! Mrs. Calvin Vonnnhrnen. Mrs. pointed by the board and results i George St. Cin. and Mrs. George oi the election will be made pub- MEDICAL John L. Kelly, 31.1 East Dr., East Alton Teresa Ann Lankford, South Roxana. Lloyd W. McCourtney, 1489 Williams SI;B<UCAL Wayne E. Ridenhower, Horn, Afton DISMISSALS | Mrs. Lorraine A. Shelley. South \ acciacm. Roxana Cheryl Ann Luster, 2009 Ridge Dr~, Alton Mrs. Mildred V. Milcic, 416 Brookside, Alton Michael E. Bridges, 137 Illinois Avenue, East Alton Ronald E. Waikington, 500 Price, East Alton Mrs. Gladys O. McClanahan. Cottage Hills Erwin Vern Fischer, RR 4, St. Charles. Mo. Francis M. Taylor, wardsville. RR 1, Ed- Monday, Belshaw said. Americans bought eight million dollars worth of diamonds in 1900 and 122 million dollars worth In 19J3. Me.N'oar. The three-mile-limit on control of oceans around a nation is being widely challenged today, says the National Geographic Society. Si. Joseph's MEDICAL Kenneth Day, Brighton William M. Gordon. RR 1. Alton Mrs. Susie Hamor, 123 E. Union, Edwardsville Miss Ann McLaughlin, 410 Belleview Miss Kathryn Novitskie, 240S Henderson Mrs. Gertrude S. Covey, Cottage Hills Mrs. .Melissa Peeler. Hardin Mrs. Theresa Davis, 603 Sering Tom Turigliatto. Benld j Mi«;s Dianne Harell, 2S1S East j Broad « ay j Mrs. Blanche Laughlm, 711 Adams | SriUUCAL j Miss Donna M. Moore, 416 Church. East Alton Miss Margnrei A. Fessler, Dow Miss Marcia Bechtold. Dow DISMISSALS Ralph J. Volz, 163 8th, Wood A pie supper will be held at the Belleview Scliool Wednesday evening, Oct. 24. for the benefit of the school lunch program. The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Hamburg Methodist Church is planning a chicken iupper at the Community Building in Hamburg Nov. 3, with serving to start at 6 p.m. St. Matthew's Lutheran Church at Brussels has set the date of its annual bazaar and food sale as Saturday, Oct. 27. An auction of farm products will begin at 1 p.m. and serving of plate lunches will be from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dr. Ballenger Speaks to PTA At Brighton BEL-AIR JDIUVE J.N John UITC I Wayne HI Id! • AND • RIO CRANDE MANFISH 2 SANDS OF Baffling Aqua-Lunjr advrnture deep in the •dventure-fillrd Caribbean SUNDAY - MONDAY * IN HIS FIRST WESTERN! _ PRANK. Sf'AMlTRA Hairy A. Smith. 3323 Badley Mrs. Annie Page. Cottage Hills Mrs. Cleda Piltz, 214 Grand. East Alton Miss Rnchel Mode?. 1602 Henry Mrs. Edna Flanders, 443 Pros peel, Wood River Lester Arbuthnoi. 455 Bluff Mrs. Malinda Franklin 23}4 Eliz abeth ' Mrs. Mary Ann Warner, 3235 Edgewood Mrs. Marian Connoyer, RR 1, Bethalto Mrs. Rita Stagner. South Roxana Miss Diana L. Carrigan, 710 Meade St.. Edwardsville Mrs. Dorothy Straub. 304 E. Schwartz St., Edwardsville Mrs. Billie Mae Wilson, RR 1, Edwardsville Mrs. Bessie Marshall, 22 Sullivan Dr. Michael Yavorski, 917 Burlington Dr. Mrs. Bette Walston, 212 Valley Dr., East Alton Mrs. Glinda Deterding, South Roxana Edward Crabtree, 1403 North Main. Edwardsville Richard Crabtree, 1403 North Main, Edwardsville BRIGHTON — Dr. M. C. Ballenger, dean of Shurtleff College, spoke Thursday evening at the Brighton Parent-Teacher Association meeting at the junior high school. His talk was based on the subject, "Human Relation Is Your New Frontier." During the business meeting presided over by the president, Mrs. LeRoy Rogers, the lunch room report was given showing 4,863 lunches served during '' j September and 16,831 canons of milk sold. It was also reported the lunchroom had several folding tables which could not be used in the lunchi-oom and were to be j sold for the wholesale price <K $16.50. Membership Committee reported 34 members at last meeting and at the beginning of Thursday night's meeting there were 84 members signed up. Open house in the unit at all grade schools will be Nov. 16. The P.T.A. made plans to sponsor a bake sale at the two grade schools in Brighton. Room count for having the most parents 'present was won by the class taught by Mrs. Wesley Swan. This is their sec! ond consecutive month to win. Mrs. Louise Crowson. 212 Mather j Following the meeting refresh- TODAY AT 5:28 P. M. Lloyd Nolan, Alan Ladd "SANTIAGO" * TODAY AT 7 P. M. "THE BIG BLUFF" New Program Tonight, Sunday, Monday Coin* at 6:30 P. M. Today and See 4 Hits. Come m> J-atc as 8:05 P. M., See Two Features. Miss Stacpy Jo \Vomack, 1419 Fletcher Mrs. Carol Kaplan, 226 Virginia, East Alton . Mrs. Shirley Klble, 401 Oak Drive, Kast Alton Mrs Maycel Welch, Cottage Hills Crit Shaw, 1900 North Rodgers Ave.. Alton Mrs. Bessie Knecht, RR 4, Edwardsville Maurice Murphy, 306 W. 13th ments were sold by tlie parents of the children in Mrs. Swan's room and Mrs. Anna Meyers. Luxury housing projects now are banned in Iceland, Reykjavik reports. George Holmes, 1012 East 4th George Hendricks, Mora Mrs. Bessie Rickard, 2112 Orchard M-6-M'» Thrilling Life-Inspired Drama I NEWMAN ANGELI At 0:22 P. M., Sun. 2:20, 6:35, 8:50 P. M. KOXANA. ILLINOIS THEATRE inFEIlT MiUND «a OiiUu Ummu. Helm SUnlw AN AIDED ARTISTS PICTURE Sat. at 8:05 P. M., Sun. 1:07, i;2S, 7:87 P. NO PARKING PROBLEMS AT THE KOXANA TONITE-SUN.--MON.--TUES. " . ' " SUNDAY CONTINUOUS FROM I P.M. ..'.'. —•"••«• Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. -I-PWOWW Paul Newman — Pinr Angeli "Somebody Up There Likes Me" mmm * mmmm Shown Tuiilte, Monday, Tuesday 9:07 IJ^mHI "• ll111 " 1 "' Sliown Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 - 9:00 -• ."n" Victor Mature — Junct Leigh "SAFARI" Color • Clneinaticope ZZZZZZUZZ Shown Toulto, Monday, Tuesday at 7:SOJJJJJJ2U Shown Sundtiy 3:30 - 7:30 n» u-mu ' SELECTED SHORTS Alway Kiddies Always Free OPEN 6:30 ALL COLOR! FEATURES! START 7:00 20th CEHTURY-FOX presents ROCK HUDSON-BffiBAMMii AMTKONYWJWN-BCWWDCAJiLSON 2 LAPP-FILLED HITS — SUN, and WON. \ "Wtere tkerefe &«^ TROUBLE/ JEFF CHANDLER IARAINEDAY THE LAFFS ARE MICKEY RODNEY - VIRGINIA WfUES- PAUl CAVANAGK •«! Your Favorite Family Drive-In Route 140 Collet* AT*. Alton, HI STEKUXG HAVUKX in "THE KILLING" Opens at 6:30 Starts 7:00 Rain or Clear LAST TIMES TONIGHT V. V. O. "UNIDENTIFIED FLYING SAUCERS" Barbar* Stanwyck SPECIAL MIDNITE SHOW "WITNESS TO MU3DER" SUNDAY—MONDAY—TUESDAY—2 HITS WOMAN LAID BAR El MASTERPIECE! THE WHOLE HEART OF AN EMOTIONAL THELMA RITTER • DEWEY MARTIN 2ND HIT \ ' ,..to the men r of the desert! STARRING <3«L-. Yvonne Pe Curio . Carlo* PLl'S CARTOON — KinDllCS FREK — FRKE Plujifrwuntt JOHN O'HARA'S FLAMING PORTRAIT OF THE JAZZ AGE.., AND THE GUYS AND GALS UH WHO MADE IT ROCK 'N ROLL!! Shown 1:00 3:05 5:10 7:20 9:23 Open 12:45 Daily Extra! Bugs Bunny "NAPOLEON BUNNY- PART" -r«^.v A Habit He Couldn't Stop TODAY r—-fopBammW |3"5 LAST llvHjijy» JAMES MASON TIMES' ^•WTmi BARBARA RUSH \T.25 TODAY LAST TIMES! "KING KONG" -;." "I WALKED WITH A ZOMBIE" Open Sunday 12:30 — 65c and SUNDAY-3 DAYS Broadway's Biggest Hit Becomes Marilyn's Best! PLUS ACTION HIT! They echoed the coll «f the warpath! presents MARILYN ROD CAMERON J. CARROL NAISH MARY CASTLE 2:35 S:15 8:15 MONROE MJHM O'CONNEU. 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