Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 1, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRiDAY, JUL* i, til SALADS AND SANDWICHES Or ALL IUMIIY OfllVMN fetal •!* MwrF. total HO MM4 SHAKCS! MALTS! CONES ICE CREAM SODAS! 9UNDAES! Alt Mtd* With DdlctoM Shearburn's ICE CREAM • TASTY SANDWICHES • Coca-Cola, Root Beer • Donuto of All Rlndi DRIVE IN 800 E. Elm. Phone HO 6-S95S Open 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. Dally Including Sunday ft permit is /)•>/// Tp/ffM for burning *"«* * vum To Parade AtShatvneetown The Senior Q»rf>s of the Pla«a Indians drill team will be the first unit of (he parade at the Shawne*town Sewjuftennlal celebration Saturday. The corps. Illinois State Champion girls' drill team and winner of the Governor's 9iield award at the Illinois State fair last year, will follow directly behind Qov. William G. Stratton, who will head the parade. The combined Junior and Jun- iorette corps of the Indians will appear in the third section of the parade. At 7 p.m. Saturday, the Senior Corps wiH Rive an exhibition at the evening program of the celebration. The Indians will travel to Shawneetown by chartered bus. The trip is being sponsored by the Raleigh Co. H&H Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" DANCE Godfrty Civic Center Come and bring your friends. Dancing 8:3t p.m.*l2:M a.m. Music By ROSCOE STIL1S THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND AT SANDY BEACH • Swimming • Picnicking OPEN DAILY 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN 6 to 12 Z5c UNDER 6 YEARS FREE. located 1 mile east of Bethalto on Rt. 140, at Meadowbrook. Watch for signs. BEAT THE HEAT! COOL, COOL, INDOOR ICE SKATING Dally 1:80 to 4 P.M.—7:00 to 10 P.M. Except Mondayi Plan a Party! Refreshingly Different! Private Skating Lesions Now Available. ICELAND, INC. 2716 E. BROADWAY—ALTON JERSEY COUNTY FAIR July 6 thru July 10 Wed. Nile, July 6lh-8:30 p.m. Thurt. Nile, July 7th-7:30 & 9 p.m. TNI GRAND OLD OPRY Starting Boy Acuff, Don Gibson, June Webb, Smoky Mountain Boy* aud other*— Two Show* Fri. Nile, July 8th~8:30 p.m. FtOSTY FOLLIES ICI SHOW (On real ice) — i'luk Stage Act* Sftt. Nite, July 9th-8:30 p.rm Ift polk* Time, •tarring Stan Wolowlc »nd UU Polka Chip* Bruno »«Un 8IU B&C. Polks pttAoerf Plus Variety Staff* AoU Tfett* P«lk» Wan §r« Feature* on ABC TV WON TV Weekly Sun. Nite, July 10th-8 p.m. MUM AND IU«U CONTIST and ' Baton IJriU Team J«ly 74-f-!0-Aft*rMMi— 2:30 P.M. IferMtt Ihnlng HIM Nil* MM! Quarter MJlv item , Arty Mb-ltiM Ml, W* will flu** vfeeal wit* * *** CARNIVAL By Dtck Turner Pastors List Church Rites At Bethalto "Old man Horstmeyer is trying to break me and Janie up, Dad! He cut her allowance again!" Meclora Church Schedule Listed MEDORA — The Rev. Donald C. Harmon will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school will be at 10 a.m. The Rev. Ward Spencer will be at the Baptist Church at 10:45 a.m. and Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Sunday school at the Summerville Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. The Rev. Ernest Hardin will be at Kemper Baptist Church at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. and BYF at 7:15 p.m. The Rev. Everett Chambers will be at the Bethel Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and Junior BYf at 7 p.m. A student from Lincoln Bible Institute will preach at the Christian Church at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and Youth meeting at 6:30 p.m. Mass at St. John's Catholic Church at 10 a.m., conducted by the Rev. Father John Sheahan. BYF Has Hayride MEDORA—The BYF of Kemper Baptist Church had a hayride Tuesday evening. T. B. Ruyle Jr., leader of the group, drove the tractor. On their return to the church, refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. There were 31 in the group, including Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Jr., leaders, and their son, Sonny. The Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Hardin were also guests. Medora Note* MEDORA—Mrs. Edgar Overby and infant daughter, Jo Ann, returned home Tuesday from Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carroll ton. Earl Bailey and family of Wrights have moved into the M. F. Dodge property in the northwest part of town. Kempermakers 4-H Club to Help at Fair MEDORA—The Kempermak- ers 4-H club met June 28 at the home of Donna Slightom. Sherry Gaffney presided at the business session. They decided on the members who are to work in the 4-H stand at the Jersey County fair and who was to take them to Achievement Day, Friday. Demonstrations and talks were given by Donna Slightom, Mary Cameron and Marie Hilyard. Recreation was in charge of Mary Jo Cunningham. The next meeting, July 20, will be at the home of Marie Hilyard. Meeting Postponed MEDORA — The meeting of the Legion Auxiliary, scheduled for Monday night, has been postponed a week, to July 11, due to Monday being July 4. I BETHALTO - Services tot Sunday have been announced by I pastors of Bethalto churches. Rev. Frank Marshall of the Flnrt Baptist Church has chosen "Tragedy of the Storm," as the title for his sermon in the morning worship service at 10:40 a.m. During the evening worship the ! pastor will speak on "Finding ! Jesus." Sunday school is sched- luled for 9:30 a.m. and training union will be held at 7 p.m. "Freedom — For What?" was selected by the Rev. Leo Cope- iland of the Methodist Church as ; sermon topic for the Sunday I morning services at 10:35 a.m. jRev. Copeland will speak on "Christian Character" during the evening service at 7:30. Sunday school will be held at 9:30 a.m. Masses will be said at 6:30, 8:30 and 11:15 a.m. at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church it was announced by the Rev. Father Thomas Manning, pastor of the church. The Rev. Wayne Hoxie has chosen the subject "Freedom" for his sermon topic at morning ELDRED — Rev. Darwin Rol-! worship at the Presbyterian llm of Carrollton will speak al ichurch - Services are held at . _ , , . _ ,9:30 a.m. Sunday school is sched- the 10:30 worship service Sun-,,^ fop M . 40 am The ^^ Aid Society will quilt on Wed- Fire School Vnder Way at 'Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILLS - Voltnv teers of the Fire Department have begun class sessions on jot guilty last Monday to charges methods of fire fighting it was jot Income tax evasion. Federal Simmons Granted 3-Year Probation SPRINGFIELD, ID. (Special) —Rolla Simmons, 40, Wood River, was given a three-year sentence on probation In U. S. District Court Thursday on his plea reported by Fire Chief Bill Bry-l Judge Omer Poos, conditioned period of probation. He is said Simmons, a factory and gas filling station attendant, Kidred day in the Baptist Church while j Rev. John Finnan is on vacation. Other services will be Sunday School 9:30 a.m. and BYF 6 p.m. Miss Linda Bushnell will give the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Griffith have returned from Kansas City, Kan., where .they attended the 12th annual get- together of several fellows who served together on the USS Woolsey of the Navy In World War II. The reunion was at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gibbons. i Cheri ant. !the probation on condition that Approximately 22 men attend-i Simmons make restitution and ed the first session of the fir* refrain from gambling, school. Guests at the fire school were: ihre Chief Charles Kla- gus of the Alton State Hospital i j^SS g^fty to charges of .._. and Deputy State Fire Marshall | jng evflded taxcs amo unting to Krumtinger of the Department ofjj 3348 on incomes for the five Public Welfare. Next session lsj yearSi 1954 tnroi1gh 1958i and scheduled for July 5 Bryant said.! : - VFW Miffing Set i Scout Troop 53 will be held at COTTAGE HILLS — Mem-12 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Rob- ibers of the VFW Post and Aux- er t Ford. jiliary will meet Tuesday at the Ladios Missionary Society of ; Lodge and annex at 7:30 p.m. to , he F ,,. at Baptist Church Wl'll .prepare final plans for the an- |meet Frjday at 7 pm Hostesses |nual homecoming scheduled for are Mrs olln Hanks and Mrg> jJuly 8, 9 and 10th on the Park i Dorothy McKey. grounds. The v homecoming will include rides, concessions and entertainment for all ages.' Cottage Hills Notes COTTAGE HILLS — Scouts from Boy Scout Troop 43 returned from a camping trip early Wednesday. Accompanying the scouts were Scoutmaster Ken- i neth Price and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richardson and Mr. i and Mrs. Ray Autery. ' First summer meeting of Girl accompanied the plea with a pe-l tttton tor probation. Judge Poos granted conditional probation on the tecommenda- tlon of the federal probation officer at East St. Louis after anj F. T. Ktttlt et England, wants "a driving tart" for women before they take prams on to the sidewalks, for the benefit of pedfrstritftn they should have hand signals and Investigation. Federal officials j brake tests, he says. said it was a "good report."j Simmons, it was said, already] has paid $97 as restitution and must pay the balance during the to be married and the father of three children. HAMBURGERS and Donna Griffith visited at the home of their uncle and aunl, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffith Jr. while their parents were gone. Mr. and Mrs. Keith McFarland of Wood River visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Newton. The Pastime Club will hold its annual potluck supper for members and their families at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Brannan, Wednesday evening. GRAFTOH LEGION DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE 9-1 BARNEY HALE ORCHESTRA nesday at 9:30 a.m. The congregation at Zion Lutheran Church will hear The Rev. E. J. Kolb speak on "Land That We Love" at the morning worship service. Cleaning Up After Storm BETHALTO — Residents of Bethalto are cleaning up after a severe windsotrm which stuck the area early Thursday morning uprooting trees, blowing down power lines and flooding village streets. Volunteers from the fire department and Auxiliary police are assisting area .residents in clearing streets of debris left by the storm. Persons are urged to dump tree branches and brush in the Park area where members of the fire department will burn the debris. Novelist Edna Ferber was born in Kalamazoo, Mich. Phone CL 4-7887 Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxana Tonitt, Sat., Sun., Mon, Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner Fred Astaire, Anthony Perkins "ON THE BEACH" 8:40 Peter Sellers, Jean Seberg "THE MOUSE THAT ROARED" Color 7:12 Selected Shorts Open Daily 6:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults 50o Kld(Hfs25c TONIGHT Thru MON. COLOM »v oe LUXE DM) LAM • DONALD CRISP-THEODOREM Frl., Sat., Mon., 8:45 p.m. 'A MASTERPIECE OF COMEDY! —Wm. K. Zinu*r, Herald Tribvn* - ALASTAIM SIM GRE£N MAN Fri., Sat., Mon. 7:15 p.m. SHORT SUBJECTS 7 P.M. BEL-AIR D R I V F IN IP f, VI 1f> OPEN 7:M START DUSK Z'BIG HITS! NOW thru TUESDAY 1ST GREATER ST. LOUIS AREA SHOWING) LONDON 3rd BIG HIT! Gary Grant Frank Sinatra "The Pridt And The Passion" GIGANTIC! FIREWORKS DISPLAY JULY 3 & 4 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! T Ptluie $100 Hflmbiirferi... I 7 1091 $100 rfwnCil rf lw» » » i v * Po«*d AA fi Nih$fMb... *9* tr 4 fw $140 »* 29o •r 4 f«r 11.00 Meat HO 2-0322 lot Quick Strvie* on Your Cany-Out Qtdml 4 LANE DRIVE INN lok to •> to STARLIGHT UK IWi IN . I H I AI « I '~ 4 : IOUTI140, COUIOf AVf. . AITON, lUINOIf : Your Favorite Family Drive-In Box Office Opens at 7:00 TONITE & SATURDAY-3 HITS! PAT BOONE JAMES MASON " ., ARILNI DIANE: ^DAHL-BAKEF COM* * oe kuxc PLUS SECOND FEATURE COOPER MAM OF THE frtastlULic IONOON Late Owl Show I r SUNDAY-July 3 Only-2 BIO FEATURES '•stow* 9 Pastries and Coffee Bar COMPLETE LINE OP PRAIRIE FARMS DAIRY PRODUCTS • Homogenized Milk • Whipping Cream • Chocolate Milk • Orange Drink • Cottage Cheese '• Buttermilk • Prairie Gold • Butter • Reddi-Wip i-GAL. KING QUALITY ICE CREAM 69c With Purchase of Any of Our Freih Baked Cakes. Carry Out Specials Reg. Price Salt Price Hamburger! 25c 6 for $1.00 Cheeseburgers 35c 4 for $1.00 Bar-B-Q Pork 40c 3 for $1.00 Bar-B-Q Beef 40e 3 for $1.00 Bar-B-Q Ham 40c 3 for $1.00 '/j Fried Chicken 95c 75c French Fries—Toasted Bun 2611 State St. 1100 Milton Rd. Phone HO 2-9421 Phone HO 2-9136 CRAMP TODAY A SAT. MATINKB* OAtLV 1H4B 1 • IIIII M»w wflwHlW inditticfc. •MM*/ M| WMsM^HM Capqr ^lAi^ liftliJINTlIOIIIU Co-Starling Robert Montgomery, Dennis Weaver (TV* Cheater) At 2:2ft 8:50 .9:10 2nd FEATURE Out of Krd Hot Cuba l:lfi 4:45 8:10 FIGHT FILMS Jnhnn*)ion-Pattpr*on 1:00 4:2« 7:SO RINCES IHIII fit ii TONITE ft SATURDAY MntllH-p Stit. 12:45 TOXITK! fl:45 THE MIRROR OF ALL OUR WAYWARD IMPULSES! ORSON WELLES - JOUETIE GRECO Shown Friday 8:45 Shown Sat. 2:45 6:10 9:30 PLUS; Starring John RuMell Friday 7:25 Saturday 1:00 4:20 7:43 FIGHT FILMS JOHANSSON-PATTERSON Friday 7:09 10:25 Saturday 2:15 5:40 9:05 Open 7:30 if Adults 70c * Kiddies Always Free * Start Dusk TOP HITS (REWORKS DAXOF VIOLENCE! the seven SUNDAY I MONDAY, Jily 3 I 4 Moriiy I TMtfcy - July 415 AOMiniP MU Uv* 1 * Mt *&..4£" r taeurlMI MAHrtYN MONROE TOM EVVCLL >".^.* n •K.LY Wlk»«B ONErvlASCOP6 IODISE t itw-awutfiM A «tvu «OMI> Uftt OfcC** M CHAPMA* »lf TQ! »lf TQ! UOOIU ^O A Aft til I <M GIOBAE UfllM M4 •dVSili HOWLINQ HOLIDAY HILARITY PLUS CRIMES OAPTAIN 'ViNwIvB epvwwF AM. ^* . CUMflAY MAKI IT A SAN AND f ANJ 4TH ftltANTIC OISPUY OP AIIIAl OOORIVE ( U\1/ tJti I \tll V I Hill TONITE & SAT. MATINEK SAT. 12:80 OPEN TOVITE 6:30 Friday at 8:40 2nd HIT CAME TO KILL CAMERON MITCHELL Friday at 7t«o Quaker Oat* TiitkeU Good at this Performance QRANP STARTS SUN. A WORLD OF WOMKISI

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