Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1954 · Page 22
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1954 1 ' "•••-•'•MHMaMMMMii^MMi^^H^^iail^HigBMHM^^^^U Hospital Motes ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Alton Memorial MpdU-al Treatment Mrs. Martha Rinvorimr, Godfrrv Mrs. Jane Shult. Wood River Mrs. Dflon-s Clevp. Godfrey j Fred Johnson, Wood Rivrr ' Snrelfsl Trp«»m»>nf j Mrs. Catherine Henderson. 3520] Gillham. Patricia Bryant, Rt. 2. Alton Claud Wallace Jerseyville Robert Lakin, East Alton Krnnpfh Searles, Jerseyville Rirhard Miller, 866 Washington Stanley Jouett, 3613 Franor Charles Df>dd. 2722 View-land Mrs. Olem- Page. Rt. 1 Godfrey tt'omt Hirer Mrs. Lillian Evans, 1306 Main Mrs. Dora Beck, 1306 Main Tnnald Baker, Rt. 2, Alton Su/anne Conant, Wood River Johnnie Scott, 404 East 8th Donna Timpe, Hartford. Mrs. Freda Britton, Cottaee Hills Mrs. Eiienc Klfgen, 3201 Edsal) Mrs. Susan Damm, Jcrsryville Mrs. Ruby Fowler. 982 Alton Loo Mooro, 3535 Oscar. Mrs. Dorothy Garrison, 75 Bender, East Alton Mrs. Betty Black, Venice Jack Watson, Grafton Medical Tr«atmrn1 it James E. Barnard, 406 Lincoln. East Alton Mrs. Anna Williams. Cottage Hills John C. Cunninpham. 504 Leslie Mrs. Ha/el L. Stone. Rt. 1, Bethalto Roy S. Forguson. Rt. 1, Ed- wardsvilh Carl Andrew Llsar. 27 N. Main Mrs. Ada Elizabeth Dorris, 119 W. Second, Hartford Snrjclcal Trpatment Daniel F. foster, 481 Prospect Mrs. V. Lacene Holland. 231 10th OPO D. Bunting, 529 Whitelaw. East Alton Mrs. Darlene J. Sawyers, 2514 Ida. Alton Charles E. Breclen Jr., Cottage Hills Dismissal* Seth M. Elliott, Hartford Mrs. Mary E. Fletcher Roxana Mrs. Nora B. Berry, 941 Madison TONITE - THURSDAY Marearet Laverne NV-wnom. 601 Lincoln. Kaxt Alton romm> D. R ( ,e, 25 I>ugKer. E. A. Mrs. Doris A QuiRley, 7 Doll. Kast Alton Mrs. Alma Anslyn. 417 Church. Kast Alton Joseph F:. Grizzle. Rt. 2, Jrr- seyvillo St. Medical treatment William Larry Baker, 629 George Linda L. Earnhardt. S12 Kast Seventh Fred Schwartz. 420 Belleview Charles Roger Martin. 2110 State Henry Reed. 2506 Johnson Vincent Finder, Roxana Mrs. Myrtle Welch, Rt. 2, Bunker Hill Thomas O. Marks. Rt. 2, Cuba, Mo. Harland R. Mcacham, Brighton Tony Beiermann. Jerseyville SnrRiral Treatment Darlene Rae Fletcher. Rt. 1, Godfrey Mrs. Mary Marth. Edwardsville Gregory Maul, Godfrey Thomas' and Margaret Dover, 1140 Long Mrs. Marie Raymer, Cottage Hills Joseph SI rangmeior. Staunton Lawrence P. Allen, Rt. 1, Grafton Concert Association Announces PAGE Longines S.vmphonctlc Coining ifHHMMk|Hij^^M^^^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fe^. ^^b ^ J _^__._^_^_^_ J ___^_ ........_. ^ ™^ Shown nt 8:36. Shown at 7:00—10:00 CARTOON COMEDY Imported - Holland Gladiolus BULBS ON SALE! At Low, Low Prices GARDENIA $149 BUSHES Euch 2-yeor old stock BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MKT. Leila Jean Corwin, 1809 Myrtle Mrs. Luck Cook, 3000 West Ninth Donna and Helen Cranmer, Roxana Floyd Hanold, 377 Airline Dr., East Alton Mrs. Catherine Hubbard, 3209 Fern wood Mrs. June Lucker, Brighton Mrs. Ruby E. Lyons, Brighton Mrs. Helen McCHntock, Godfrey Mrs. Dorothy McCormick, 449 George, East Alton Mrs. Mabel Maloney, 1302 Yeakel Mrs. Angela Fleming, Edwardsville Mrs. Nettie Miller, 116 East Eighteenth Richard Pilkington, White Hall Mrs, Loveda Robinson, 3707 Horn Richard Terponing, Brighton Mrs. Clara Trotter, 820 Me- Kinley Miss Barbara Bolt, Rt. 2, Brighton. «hich nlll play horo Greene County fair Board Plans Grounds Improvement CARROLt.TON. _ With tho and then removed when the rac- «A-I iy<uM-.^.ui»* •u«.r«j»ou — inu i^in^inc* nymnnon on the Alton Community Concert Association's 1954-55 t GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING By Factory-Experienced Warch Repair Men I'rnmiit .mil Ciu.ir Jiitrctl HAND ENGRAVING Hv Npe( iulizfil t;ni;ra.er SCHOENBORN JEWELERS -'«i:i M.it,. SI. - Alton. III. Alton Kiwanis Kapers Presents TONITE - 8:15 P, ALTON HIGH AUDITORIUM Come See The Greatest Indoor Circus Alton Has Had This Year— ANIMALS-CLOWNS-SONGS DANCES-COMEDY SKITS- Donations $1.25 Proceeds for Boys' & Girls' Work The Longines Symphonette, dl reefed by Mishel Piastre, wa announced today as one of 1h attractions on the Alton Com mtinity Concert Association'; 1954-55 series. Membership In the associa lion, entitling the holder to ad mission for next year's concerts will be sold during a concrn (rated enrollment campaign tin week of May 3-8. They may In ordered now, however, by rnai from Miss Olive Paddock, 10? W. Elm St., the association's secretary. « At the end of that week Ihe membership rolls will be closee for another year, and the remaining features to be offered will -be selected by the Concer Association's advisory board. The organi/ation this year ha. 1 an encouraging complement o! workers for its campaign, exceeding 110, and will be expecting a sellout of the high school auditorium, where the concerts fire given. The association will be preparing for its 13th season. Usually at least three other events besides the one announc- id ahead of the campaign are >ooked, so that either four or ive concerts are assured. Usually the attractions booked after the campaign include some pleasant surprises. The pre-campaign announced attraction last year was the Winnipeg Royal Canadian Bal let. But after the campaign, the Virtuosi di Roma, an orchestra o£ Italian musicians, was selected, along with Jorge Bolet, the Cuban pianist, and Martha Lipton, New York Metropolitan Opera messo soprano. The Symphonette selected for next year was thought by the board to /ill a strategic need here because of the TV popularity attained by the St. Louis Symphonette. The Longines organization has been on CBS network nationwide broadcasts for more than 10 years now, the pioneer group of its kind on the air. It still is heard here regularly. Horsey DORSEY — Mr. and .Mrs. Ivan Campbell and daughters of East Alton visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steelman and children, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Burley Fry and son, Billy, and Miss Beverly York of Patterson visited Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heuer and family Monday alternoon. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK RIO THEATRE Cottage Hills TONITE . THURS. FRIDAY Ken Murray, Laurie Anders f "The Marshal's Daughter" Shown at 8:15 Kobert Shane Doris Merrick "The Neanderthal (Ape) Man" Shown at 7:10 2 CARTOONS STOCK CAR Audit Report Shows Godfrey Twp. Finances in Good Shape GODFREY — The town board met Tuesday evening In the (own hall with Supervisor liert Illtchey, Clerk Harold Horsley, Kendall Hunter, H. C. Holln- day, Cliff Enns, Louis Lape- mnnn, and Harold Clark present, • Bills In the amounts of $652.82 against the town fund and $696.27 against the roari and bridge fund were allowed. Presentation of the audit report of the township completed the evening's business. The' report wns prepared by C. J. Schlosser and Co. Mr. Schlosser wrote that he had examined the cnsh receipts and disbursements for the town of Godfrey for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1954, and prepared Exhibit "A", a summary of cash receipts and disbursements for the flsral year, supported by schedule "1", which sets forth further details of transactions /or the year. The report stnted "Our examination consisted of a gen- ;ral review of the accounting records and supporting documentary evidence, Including examination of paid vouchers, orders paid by the township supervisor, and other documentary evidence In support of disbursements. Amounts received from taxes were verified by direct examination of county records showing taxes remitted to the town of Godfrey for the ycnr. Be- Doom Open 6:45 P. M. Show ISlnrt* 7:00 NOfvSIDE * v ~ v vwww^MMW ^^f V^B Martin Iluycraft, Malinger TONITE—THURS.—FRI. • JEFFREY HUNTER • MICHAEL 1USNNIK "SAILOR OF THE KING" 8:67 Only. • BOB IIOI'K • LUCILLE BALL "FANCY PANTS" A KIotoiM Coniwly IN TECHNICOLOR. 7:85 Only. — Plus — LITTLE RASCALS COMEDY TONIGHT 7:00-10:00 P.M. R. Williams, II. Keel "PAGAN LOVE SONQ" TONIGHT AT 8:'ZO I'.M. James Kte.wtirt In "CARBINE WILLIAMS" THURS, Rlnnlnjr cnsh balmn-en, since this wns our first nudlt of the town, were substantiated hy rerondliallnn of cash accounts as of April 1, 1953. All bank accounts, at March 31, HIM, were reconciled and were In accord with records of the town as maintained by t h e supervisor." The complete report in on file In the supervisor's office and may be examined by anyone who so desires. Three Shurtk-ff students, Bud new hoi; barn prm-tic.illy completed, the (irrene County Aerl- ctiltural Fair honrd of directors «t their business meeting Monday evening planned further improvements, including a movable stage, the banking and grading of the rare track, the sealing of the space back of the grandstand and the building of « new entrance to the fairgrounds. The new hog barn is completed with the exception of the roof nnrt will be finished as soon as help Is available. The new stage which was dis- russed will be movable in order that It niiitht be used on the track In front of the grandst/md Flwliel, Gale Schwartz, nnd Kd- wnrd Lmmis, who are studying pnrllntnentnry procedure, attended the meeting ns n clnss project. Kmtrr Run H««t GODKUKY -- An Knster egg bunt for the junior department nt the Godfrey Congreuntlonnl Sunday School wns held at the parish house Monday afternoon. The' party wns attended hy 31 members. Games were plnyed and movies shown to the group. Ho- freshments were served nt the close of the party. The teachers who planned Hie party were: Miss Laura Llppoldl, Mrs. H. H. Wllhelm, Mrs, Homer Grnvoi, nnd Mrs. Joseph Altermott. The teachers were assisted by several of the mothers of the Sunday School pupils, Mrs. John Holt, Mrs. Lloyd Wilson, Mrs. Hnlph Drury, Mrs. W. H. Primrose, and Mrs. R. E. Van Meter. ing program Is under way. The spare at the rear of the grandstand will be an especially desirable place for concessions or exhibits. Tt Is planned to install an overhead sign at the new entrance frt the fairground* bearing the name of the fair and the date of' Its organization. | The board voted to employ a ! man full timt on the work of' preparing the grounds for the' centennial celebration beginning, .'illy tl nnd nny persons wishing I to volunteer their assistance on' »ny of the projects, which are | now being done mny contact the i full time man and work with j him In the place whei$ assistance is most needed. A* TOKYO ^P-Wily Prime Mmfsfer Shigern Yoshida maneuvered tonight to muffle growing demands for his resignation. He sent readers of his Liberal party to a series ol conferences with the unhappy Progressives. Their task Wts to keep the Progressives from Jotnfng the Socialists In throwing out Y o- shida's government. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK OFfcff DAILY 12:« GRAND TODAY A (WILLIAM "ACAOtMY AWARD" HOLDEN AT HIS VERY, VERY 'BEST AGAIN! DANGER! Women at Work- Being Women! TONITE THURS. - FRI. " Alan LADO • LPO GENN Susnn Stephen "PARATROOPER Technicolor 9:00 George MONTGOMERY Tab HUNTER Helen WESTCOTT "GUN BELT" Technicolor 7:32 Selected Shorts WHERE THE BIG PICTURES PLAY! TONICNT ANI> M TiumsnAY L Shown 7:10—10:38. BIG HJTS Fabulous Adventure! Forever Female wild JAMIS OlIAtON and Introducing f AT CROWLEY 1:25 3:25 K: Cartoon 2S 7:2S »!2B ft Newt Wlrtn.r of this y*or't '•tit Actor' Academy Award! 2M> FKATUKK VJ'J'TOIUO OASSMAN fitaH to Mtilu * iraiMM * „.„,«, .„„,. RUTHROMAN-ANIHONTQUINN -Shown nt »:J8 "THE GLASS WALL" &$ .^^M^^jr^ift^-ww^^iitiM^f^^^^^^^ ALT-WOOD OUTDOOR DlAJJI f i' ST. LOUIS ROAD^TEL.4.2114 OPEN6:80—Show SturU 7:00 Nltnly— HAtN OK CI,KAK. TWO ALL TONITE TECHNICOLOR HITS AND * THURSDAY FERNANDO LAMAS ARLENE DAHl GILBERT ROLAND • Shown 8:25. PLUS — WAIT'LLYOU SEE THE DANCE THAT SEPARATES THE MEN FROM THE JOYS! C\e,o Moore, Hugo Ilium "ONE GIRLS CONFESSION" Shown 7:00 9: in CARTOON PRINCESS TODAY * THURS. • 2 Exciting Hits • Rlnlmrd Ney • John Bol«» Shown 2:00 4:30 7:05 9:85 PLUS MUIICAI MAITII or CHIMONII* Shown 1:00 8:80 0:00 8:80 EXTRA! JOE MeDOAKS ALTON SPEEDWAY OPENS SUNDAY NIGHT, APRIL 25fli RACK SANCTIONED^ THI ALTON STOCK CAR OWNERS AND OR.VIW A»'N TIME TRIALS 7:30 P.M. C.D.T, 1st RACE 8:15 P.M. Adults $1.25 - Tax Included - Children 50c PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE t MILE NORTH OF OODFREV ON JUNCTION 87 AND 111 RACES EVERY SUNDAY lam «• I* mi (aa» M MMM« MU Wiw U» tlut length, ol tbl* program there will be ONK /ul| nhovv ONU i-c-R rimcn «f "dw mis: mm w m MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY - PRINCESS CREATURI ALL SEATS 65c — TICKETS NOW ON SALE! Cotes Open 6:30 * Show Starts Ot Dusk * BEL AIR .wiDcscqeeNj ROUTE 66 M Self Service Snack Bar * Theotrettt * ALL TECHNICOLOR SHOW ON OUR 84-FOOT PANORAMIC SCREEN * TONIGHT * IETTY HUTTON ond HOWARD KIEL IN "AHHIE GET YOUR GUN" AND BURT LANCASTER and JOANNE DRU JN VENGEANCE VALLEY" if PLUS CARTOONS if PETE SMITH it

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