Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 26, 1956 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,195f} Distributing House Numbers For Forrest Homes Delivery FORREST HOMES. - Mrs. CleUis Shrff. Forrest Homes. \\ho is voluntarily distributing llio new house numbers for 1he area, lias asked Ilia! member? of the community stop by her residence, on First street and secure numbers. Residents nrc askfd to do so since it is necessary to fill out n change of address form which she holds. If any questions arise us to proper numbers. Mrs. Sheff. has n detailed map of the area showinR the exact location of the 400 homes. Awards Made Bv Pack 12 Young People To Give Wood Rivei Church Program WOOD RIVER — Sunday eve n;ng will be observed as "Talen Nisfht" at the First Church Chrisl, Christian, with the youn people of the church participate in a program to be presented dur ing the worship hour. The church voted to return t the dates January 1 through Dec 31. as their fiscal year, at a bus ness meeting held this week. Coming activities of church 01 ganizations are announced as meeting of the "Go Ye Class" Tuesday evening 7:30 at th church, as a masquerade Hallo ween party. The Fellowship Class will nice Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m. at the home o Mrs. Leona Bartons, 101 Seventi SI, The Dorcas Circle will meet a 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the church Mrs. Mayme Smith will be in charge of Devotions, Mrs. Dorothy Van Meter is program chairman Hostesses: Mrs. Margaret Apple Mrs. Dorothy DeWerff ajid Mrs Helen Jasper. At East Alton DANCE AT American Legion BARN BETHALTO Saturday, Oct. 27 SHORTY SCHMITT Dancing Every Saturday Night LEGION HALL BUNKER HILL Central Standard Time HALLOWEEN DANCE! Music by HARRY LEWIS OCT. 27 Also Skating Every Tuesday and Friday Evening 7:30 P.M. to 10=30 P.M. FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS SERVED KAST ALTON. - Cub Pack 12 had Its first pack mooting of the year at the Lincoln School, Thursday rvcning with a large crowd of parents and frirncls attending. Now drn mothers, Mrs, Joan Smith of Den 5, and Mrs. Robert Bailey, Drn 4, were introduced and welcomed. The committee was given a vote of thanks for the success of the pnck festival held last week. Eugene Markel is committee chairman, which includes Rafael Marderosian, Glenn Olson. Alfred Hert, Arthur .lamie- son, Arthur Northcutt. assistant master; and Emmett St. Peters, Institutional Representative, Warren Stewart is Scout master, Stewart presided at a court of awards making the following presentations: Den 4, led by Mrs, Bailey; Steven Davis, Wayne Gallager and Jimmie Bailey, Boh Cat awards. Den 5, led by Mrs. Smith, Allyn Chiolero, Jerry Applegate, and Robert Smith, Bobcats. Den 2,led by Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Floyd Greer, Stanley Stewart, on gold arrow; Jimmie Greer, bear; Jimmie Huff, wolf; Rafael Marderosian, two silver arrows; Allen Northcutt and Allen Cox, bear. Den G, led by Mrs. Glenn Olsen, Glenn Olson, one gold and one silver; Gary Griffith, one gold and one silver; Dennis O'Neil, one silver, and David Duncan, one gold and one silver. Den 2 presented the "Trial of Citizen Horace," a skit based on :he get out the vote theme. The boys will enter a float n the East Alton Halloween parade, Oct. 27. The Pack will participate in .he get out the vote campaign by distributing door knob hang- rs, it was decided. Den 1, led by Mrs. Alfred Hert, presented the closing flag eremony. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Smith. Allen Northcutt, who won honors for his salesmanship in the CRAfeY HAT — Prize winners of a "Crazy Hat" contest at a meeting of the 22nd district, Illinois Federation of Junior Woman's Clubs, pose with local officers at the community center in East Alton. From left, back row, Mrs. Marlin Ferguson, Hartford, first prize; Mrs. Keith Parker, Granite City, second prize; Mrs. Richard Watkins, East St. Louis, third; Mrs. Walter Albers, district contact chairman, who made the prize presentations. Front row, from left, Mrs. F. Edward Todd, Mrs. Ervin Haydon and Mrs. Lambert Jacquot, Jr., all officers of the East Alton Club. —Staff Photo. Charge 3 With Passing Parked School Bus estival ticket sales, was presented a gift of $5! ANNUAL HALLOWEEN DANCE and PARTY OCT. 31st Ht I Godfrey Civic Center 8:80 fo 12:80 Judging at 9:30 Music by Virg-il Bowen's Orchestra DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT 8:30 to 13:30 Music by Roscoo Stiles Feature Program A BARRAGE OF LAUGHS! They're the darndeat cowboyi you ever roared at) * PAUL DOUGLAS JOHN DEREK I JOOY LAWRANCE \ CESAR ROMERO Ernest Truex Richard Shannon air* $ Wl'Sf TWIUTE MATJKEK SUMMV 6:30 Proud 'Profaa Win. Iloldcn lxirah Kfii Jui "Nulit-U COTTAGE HILLS. — Thre drivers were arrested Thursda morning near the school bu stop in Cottage Hills on High way 140 for passing a bus whil it was unloading. Those fine were Harold Brown, Meadov brook; Edward Buhr, Alton, an John H. Haurakan of St. Louis Haurakan also received an ac ditional summons for resistin arrest since he left the seen before charges were presse and had to be re-arrested late In Rosewood Heights. The ar rests were made by Lee Moss special deputy sheriff. Brighton Connors Funeral BRIGHTON — Funeral servic es for Thomas P. Connors who died Saturday night in Pacific Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. were conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. Alphonsus Church Brighton. The Rev. Charles Englum read the requiem mass. The Rev. Francis O'Hara and the Rev. Phillip J. Newman were in the sanctuary. Burial was in St. Dennis Cemetery at Shipman and' Father O'Hara conducted the committal service. Pallbearers were Leonard Schoeberle, J. F. Burrows, Kenneth Archer, William Kelsey, Ivor Skipper and Emil Schreier. mmmmmmmmmmmuummmn HALLOWEEN DANCE Wood River American Legion Post 204 Saturday, Oct. 27 0 P.JI. to 1 A.M. Music by Egyplianiiires All Veterans and Friends Invited DANCE Every Sat, Night 8:30 p.m. to 13:30 a.m. WOOD RIVER MOOSE LODGE Music By PEARL FERGUSON Orchestra Saturday, Oct. 27 Area Realtors Discuss St. Louis Convention Alton-Wood River Board o Realtors met in Wood River a noon Thursday to discuss th National Realtor's convention tc be in St. Louis, Nov. 10-15. Board President Ben O Moore said the Alton-Wood Riv er group expects excellent at tendance at the National Con vention, Secretary Jess Lewis was directed to reserve an Al ton room at one of the hotels Walter Hale Jr. will represen the Alton - Wood River boarc as a delegrate. President Moore will be a member oE the ere dentials committe during the week. Appointed to nominate new officers for the Alton - Wood River Board for 1957 were: Maurice J. Wickenhauser, Emmet Howard and R. H. Hessenflow. Present officers are: Ben Moore, president; R. H. Hessenflow, vice president; and J. A. Lewis, secretary-treasurer. One more board meeting is slated before the conventoin, to discuss which of the members would attend the various lectures in St. Louis. The local )oard will attempt to be represented at all lectures and eon- 'erences ,by at least one member, so as to be able to compile a complete report on the invention. Mrs. Florence Davis iites at Carrollton CARROLLTON. — Funeral ervices for Mrs. Florence loche Davis of Springfield, wid- w of Kenneth G. Davis, were onducted this morning at St. ohn's Catholic Church by the lev. Carl Schmidts Pallbearers were Marmon limmy, Frank Siemer,' Louis ranger, Clement Dunsworth, T. armody and Charles Sullivan, lurial was in the Carrollton ity Cemetery. ANNUAL HALLOWEEN DANCE VFW—7678 Cottage IIllls, 111. Public Invited Donation—50c per person Saturday, Oct. 27th Costumes If Desired Physical Ed Teachers Attend Meeting Four of the members of the physical education staff of the Alton School District: attended a physical education teachers meeting of the' Southwestern District at Lansdowne Junior High School, East St. Louis Thursday. Attending were 0. N. Hunter, director of physical education; Miss Julie Foster and Mrs. Mary Etta Hussman, of Alton High; and Mrs. Edwina Bailey, of Godfrey and Clara Barton Schools. The program included demonstrations of elementary school rhythms, trampoline demonstrations by junior high school girl students, and a bait casting exhibition by the Roxana Casting Club. John Finnan, of Collinsville, was elected president of the organization, succeeding Earl Me- Lane, of Roxana. The spring meeting of the group will be April 26 at Granite City. Wood River Bureau Unit To Meet WOOD RIVER — "Craft Ideas or Christmas Gifts" will be the heme of the all-day meeting of Wood River Home Bureau Unit, Tuesday at 9:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Frederick Hend- •ichs Jr., 1025 Airline Dr., Rose- vood Heights. Members of Pack 44 at Roxana Receive Awards ROXANA - Cub Seoul Pack 44 had a pack meeting and Halloween party Wednesday evening at the Central School. Cubmaster Robert Cargill gave the following awards: one-year pins, Robert Nelson, .Robert Steele, David Mallory, Bobby Ci-ause, Gary Bednarz, Raymond Bednarz and Dean Sweet; two year pins, Paul Crause, Delbert Frailey, Robert Burgess, Ci.Vde Cargill and Vernon LeClaire. Bear badge, Robert Burgess, Danny Moxey. Vernon LeClaire; wolf badge. Gary Pointer, Raymond Bednnrz; gold arrow, Robert Burgess, Delbert Frailey, Robert Steele, Vernon LeClairie; silver arrow. V. LeClalre: assistant denner, Raymond Lawrence; denner. Gary Teasley; community service award, Dean Sweet, Tommy Thorpe, Gary Lowe and Gary Collins. The next meeting will be Nov. 12 at 7:30 p. m. in the Central School. Alton Auxiliary Police Remodel Their Trailer Members of Alton Auxiliary Police Corps are completing extensive remodeling and refinishing of their frailer. It is scheduled to be displayed in the Halloween Parade. The trailer is at Harris' Garage. Many hours have been spent on the project by members and duly training at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo., under !hc Reserve Forces Act. Ho is receiving eight weeks of basic combat training, which will bf followed by advanced individual and unit training. Men volunleering for the six month tour of active duty are permitted to finish their military obligation in local army reserve or national guard units. Waltz is a 1956 graduate of the Roxana High School, Announce ROXANA -' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hambleton are announcing the birth of Ihei first child, a daughter born Oct. 19 in Leavemvorth., Kan. Mrs Hambleton is the former Miss Mild- rod Denny and is residing with 'icr parents in Leavemvorth while her husband is stationed n Okinawa with the Navy. The Daby weighed six pounds and four ounces and has been named Audrey Sue. Hambleton is the son of William Hambleton of \V. Third St. and the late Mrs. Hamblelon. Completes Leave ROXANA — Leonard Stfaub, Torpedoman third class, U. S. Mavy has returned to Newport, R. I. after spending a 14-day eave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Straub of E. Fifth itreet. His wife, Mrs. Donna Straub vho has been residing in New- wrt will remain at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curfman Hi Pointe Place. Sose-wood Heights, while her husband is on a scheduled five: month Mediterranean cruise. Joe Waltz at Fort Wood ROXANA - Pvt. Joseph E. Valtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jarl H. Waltz, 114 Seventh St. as begun six month of active TONIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE KIDDIE'S GALA HALLOWEEN SHOW SI arts nt 1 I*. M.Saturday 10 GALA CARTOONS Toiiighf at 7:00, 10:20 I'. M. Snt. ut 1:00, 4:17 I'.M. A Hilarious Comedy "NIAGARA FALLS" Tonight nt 7:35 1>. M. !Sut. nt 1:33, 4:o2 P. M. Plus Action Hit "MOHAWK" Tonight nt 9:03 P. M. Sat. at 2:fi8, 0:16 I'.M. SATURDAY EVENING SUNDAY and MONDAY Conm at 4:17 P. »f. Saturday aniti Sec; Fivo Attractions GREGORY PECK .1. JOXF.S, F. MA urn "THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT" Sat, at 8:40 P. M. Only Plus Second Hit Wayne Morris Yvonne Frenoiiiiv "CROSS CHANNEL" Sat. at 7:SJ P. M. Only Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" NO PARKING PROBLEMS AT ROXANA THEATRE LAST TIME TONITE "THE KILLER IS LOOSE" — 9:10 FIIOXT1EU SCOUT" 7:40 SAT. -SUN. MON. - TUES. Mario Lanza—Joan Fontaine "SERENADE" Color 8:59 Frank Sinatra—Phyllis Kirk "JOHNNY CONCHO" 7:30 Selected Shorts YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN OPENS AT 6:30 SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 TONIGHT AND SATURDAY IrMiigorieMAIN-MurHUNNICUTT SECOND HIT ; HE TOOK THE MOST HECKLESS GAMBLE THE WEST HAS EVER KNOWN! JOHN AGAR- MAMIE Van DOREN • RICHARD BOONE a "" HM> LEIF ERICKSON • COLEEN GRAY - JAMES REASON • RANDY STUART 1 ASI1 RATHBONE ( NIGEl J , BRUCE PRE-HALLOWEEN MIDNIGHT HORROR SHOW •SATURDAY NITE ATTEND OUR REGULAR SHOW REMAIN FOR THE MIDNITE SHOW FREE friends of the Ccrpf., Harold L. Schoeffel, Auxiliary Police Chief, said today. The 24-foot trailer will be pulled by a truck' furnished by K. C. Kramer, recently equipped for this purpose. Purchase of the trniler was made possible by a Generous gift, augmented by funds raised through (he operation <>f Hie Auxiliary Police Corps food tent al the GAAC Kxposiiion last May and previously. The trailer will be used a? a field headquarters for the Corps in disaster or emergency. A mobile headquarters of this typo expidites dispatching men and equipment and facilitates communications. Oil drilling will start soon in a new area of Peru's north coastal zone. CORRECTION The following item wan Incor- roctly listed in the Thursday October 25th, TOM-BOY Ad! Hem Should Have Been Refreshing nttd Nourishing WELCH GRAPE JUICE 21 Oz. Dot tin YOUR TOM-BOY STORES Show Tonite! 11:30 P.M. PLUS THRILLER! LON CHWY Dracula ^ BUA LUGOSI i •T»« Monster ? GLENN STRANGF | Open 12 : 45 Daily 60o Till 5, Then 65c. Child J5c TODAY & SAT. 2 BIG THRILLERS! IltRHH- 3:00 6:15 9:30 — PLUS — JOHN PAYNE JOAN TODAY & SAT. WENDELL COREY MICKEY ROONEY 2:50 6:10 9=35 CAULFIELD DAN DURYEA SHEUEY WINTERS. PLUS 2nd BIG HIT 1:20 4:40 8:00 BUGS BUNNY CARTOON Stt IUD WOttH mOBXJ! Qltl THE QUEEM OF BABYUOW RHONDA FLEMING RICARDO MONTALBAN 1:05 4:25 7:50 \ Sunday - Monday - Tuesday I-'or the First Time • 0 • It explodes ALL NKW Across the Movie Screens GREGORY PECK Late Feature Fri, - Sat, "ROCK ISLAND TRAIL" —DALE RORY ...ROBERT TONIGHT ENDS SAT.! PLUS CARTOON-KIDDIES FREE-FREE PLAYGROUND Open 6:30 Matinee Saturday 1:30 TONITE & SAT. No man could tame her! No one could forget her! Richartf Dtnnine. P«jgi« Ca»tl«. Ctthi Downs In ^OKLAHOMA WOMAN Femalejungle M»ui«CROWlEY • uwuwiTIERNEY ^CARRADINE-amMANSflilD * CARTOON GRAND - STARTS SUNDAY TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIMEI M-G-M (M«ert» m VlSTAVlSION am) COIOR A SOL & SIEGEl PRODUCTION fern* ,/ BING CROSBY GRACE KELLY FRANK SINATRA in Ihe hilarious low-down on high lite IGH SOCIETY ^ LOUIS ARMSTRONGAHD HIS it * M W < M dL».«b, COLE PORTER r

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