Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 2, 1960
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PA(ifc SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1960 HAVE FUN ON THE FOURTH BRING TOUR FRIEND! TO ICELAND Afternoon ^tid Evening Sessions ROLLER or ICt SKATING ICELAND, INC. «1» K. liKOAIWAV— A I. TON Graf ton Woman Fracture* Wrist 'iRAKTON Mrs. l.ii,-i||f. Finn/. \\lin resides \\osl il (iNlMnll. Mlfl(>lt<d H llJirlnir ,i| he: IH1 urisl in .1 lull ;il her home Wednesday night nnd \\av taken to the Momorhil HospitM 11 in Alton for trriilmpnt. After treatment Mrs. Franz \VBS able to IT) urn to hpr homr. Retnrti from rump (JKAFTON Thp Re\ anil Mis Non-mill Hays returned Friday from Renton where they ;il the Assemhly ol ( ?od Boys ;iiid (Jirls Cmnp. Tlip>- were aiTonipmiiert by Ok'ta ('lay. Shuron Sallmen. Sheila \Vomack. Terry Clay, (lernlrl Cunningham and Nathan area Tuesday night at 10 p.m. OPEN SUNDAY and 4th OF JULY Our I Mm! DICK MIDDLETON. Ownpr l-'inc You'll Be Surprised How Reasonable Our Prices Are DICK'S FINE FOOD 460 K. Hromlwiij — Across from Hridito Kntrnnce. Hours: 7 Days o Week, 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. HO 5-9872 Conn- In and riijnj the finest food in to\vn. WALKER'S DRIVE-IN 13MtcntraI I'honr In Your Orders for Prompt Service- — MO 2-3383. MATfHHAV ONLY —3 HAMBt K()KH«, .«!. \VIOKKKM) Sl'Kf'IAI, ( lilrkcn in n Hniki-t—' 2 Fried Chicken mill l-'rh-s !!.-><• Complete Cnrr> Out Srrvli-r. The Chicken (Formerly Joe's Grill) WILL BE CLOSED JULY 4 TO 14 Employees Vacation Read Telegraph \Vant MK Daily Read Telegraph \Vnnl Ads Daily BEL*AIR DRIVE -1 HWV 66 & Ml" ri) 6 963A Open 7:00 Slnrt Dusk a iu<i HITS: 2 NITES! SUN. & WON. NOW thru TUES. ORIGINAL THREE STOOGES On I he fi |1 Screen SPLAY 2nd FAMILY HIT! LONDON Cury Grunt — Frank Slnulrii, "THE PRIDE AND THE PASSION" in s sm FREE! Photos ,„»! '3 Stooges' T V,{' eCl !;i rsl 7:3(1 jf Ailiilty 70o * Kiddies I-'KKK ^ Start Dusk ENDS TONITE * 3 MAJOR FILM HITS Kubi-rt Iturl Ivi-h Tina JiOlliht Dolores Piitririu Nrvillt-l iohiiolN e Owi-ii*. e liraiull year itch I • MMILYN MONROE • TOM EWEU HOWLING HOLIDAY HILARITY! STARTING FOR 4 DAYS Islt a bird... a rocket... a plane? NO, its RRYLEWfS _:;:. saucering down to Earth : -~Ln an uproarious hltl THE •ROADWAY HIT-NOW THC tCRKN't CRAZIEST I ARK I '< JofilBUCKMWi EMttHOUJtlAN FRtOCURK Stt " " k«Mk >*. »*.,«•. lMWMhllll«lllll'tUiN JtflV*'. * PtUMUti PiCIUM plus—CRIMES CAPTAIN! AMERICA'S WILDEST ERA! fXTRAI JU|»kf II u )»uli* mid touiif Mil! July 4H. Only TRIO CAFE I.KL.Y HI Slll\(,, Owner 136 CENTRAL p BETHALTO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY SPECIAL Closed Monday, July 4 July 3 - Chicken and Dumpling* or PRIED CHICKEN £ Including PIE and DRINK Open Dally 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. Open Saturday 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. 1 He I sc (ioviTitmcnt Inspected Pure Ground Beef 14 -LB. HAMBURGER . 30c with Lettuce and Tomatoes Fiddler with French Fries 40c ReeulHr Hnmhurgei 20c Cheeseburger 25c Ocean Catfish Sandwich 25c Root Beer on tnp IQc Southern Style Bar-B-Q Sandwiches 35c Conci Islanc! 25e 21 Shrimps In Basket $1.1(1 |For Service, Quality, Price Visit RIVERSIDE DRIUE-m Located at Riverfront Park—Alton YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT D K IU E I N f , t IHlATfif '"' 140. COUEGf AVE. • ALTON, ILLINOIS t BOX OI-'FICE OPEXS AT 7:00 < ENDS TONITE — 3 BIG FEATURES- PHI Bnune—Jumes Mason "Journey To The „., Ua) » c ™ p " „ Center of the Earth" Man of *• w « st LATEOWL Jim Davis in "WOLF DOG" ^FIREWORKS Sunday & Monday, July 3 & 4 The Biggest Blow-Up in Town Complete Change of Program Eaoh Nite No Advance in Prices — Children Admitted Free * SUNDAY; JULY 3 ONLY * GREATEST GUNFIGHTER!| Here's "tnc accent On OJif UUf fiMMti ULLI FMMSi • IH J. C*U ADD Jean Van ARTHUR HEFUN BKAKJUh U tntiilt »ll fAUKLI Monday & Tuesday, July 4 & 6 TOK &EOTHING GARY SOPHIA GRANT • LOREN "~ MORE FUN than KISSIN'f McUMJ '-tSSUCHUWMM Slirlt WEDNESDAY for ON Wnk! ! Zimmerman. Class Has Plrittr GRAFTON Members o! the Crusaders Class of the Methodist Church ami their fun-lilies en.joyed a picnic and wiene'- roast Tuesday evenii.. al Per? Mnrquette Park. Attending weir Mr. and .Mrs I.Hirrell \Vildt and suns Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stephens and children. Mi. and Mrs. A very tils.v and : daughter. A very I: Mr. and Mrs.j Forrest Duncan and children, and Mrs. Roy Schallenberg. The, food sale sponsored by the class iP;™- T "*saay was paHially re- Inst week netted the class $61.40. Graftott Notes GRAFTON Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alverson moved this week . . , ., from their home on Main street to .f lar ^. p ^ rt ; of ! he T to .Jerseyvillp where Mr. Alvei- son has accepted employment at the JITSOV School. Mrs. and hei ter. Mr and children of Ml. III., visited here Tuesday friends. Mrs. Klug formerly sided in Graf ton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tombil- son moved their trailer from Al- Power and Phone Service Restored at Bunker Hill Bl'NKKR HILL Loral resi-isheds, silos, and other buildings dents are busy Cleaning up afteridamaged extensively. In the the severe storm that hit this'Thumlay morning storm crops I R is 19 centuries since St. Paul,!versary the Maltese Post Office jonhfs JoorneytoRotne, was ship-' has issued six new stamp tn 'wrecked on the Island of MaltaiVelletta. (MeMa). To celebrate the anni- nead Telegraph Want Ads Daily were damaged by the hail and wind. Hedge fences were out in both the stored to local residents at 12:30 'p.m. Thursday. Some farms are still without electricity. Telephone service has been restored u 4 , o n . . South Roxana Church Services Aniiouncecl re- SOUTH ROXANA The Rev. R. M. Mapes, pastor of the Very few homes here escaped j First Southern Baptist Church. will use the theme "Ye Are My Witnesses" at the 10:35 a.m. service and "The Prodigal Son" at the 7:30 p.m. sen-ice. Miss Mary Olive of Edwardsville will speak al the 9 a.m. : service at Wanda Methodist Wi.s.. who lias beon church and Jl a.m. at South the guest of Miss Mary Jane Roxana Methodist Church. Louis Burns tor several days, left Knipplng will conduct the mom- Wednesday for New York. ing sm , ice and Mrg . C)arence Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legate at-1 Ash the evening service at the tended installation ceremoniesjWanda church. The pastor and of the DeMolays in Edwardsville: his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Vic- damage. The rural area iMiimunitv ed thr ' K rcntest loss witn bams. been transferred to a St. Louis ills Klug i>l Brent\\uod office and-will move his family •son-in-law and daugh- there next werk. and Mrs. Merl Berk Miss Barbara Vandinter of Wednesday evening. Their tor Herman, are vacationing In New York. ton Tuesday to the house trailer court where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Suttonj grandson. Barth Legate, was in- tiid children left Friday for a stalled as sentinel. En route vacation trip through the South- home they were overnight guests em .states. 'of their son and daughter-in- HeinplllJI Announcer John H. Mosby ol Houston, .law. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Legati' Tex., visited with his parents, in Fosterburg. During the storm Sale of Building Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mosby. Tuesday. Mr. Mosby, who been employed in Houston. has has SPEND THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND AT SANDY BEACH • Swimming • Picnicking OPEN DAILY 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ADMISSION oUc CHILDREN 6 to \'i 25<: UNDER 6 VEARS FREE 7th and Central, Alton TAKE THE FAMILY OUT FOR DINNER Our Chicken Dinners Are Something to Crow About Our Menus Include the Best in Steaki, Shrimp, Ravioli, Spaghetti, Sandwiches. Open Sundays 12 Noon \\ <• will be Cloted Al) Du\ Monday, July 4th Mid-Town Dining Room RUSSELL ELSNER, Prop. Wednesday night a tree fell on _, , . their c-nr and demolished Hie Tlle Hair - v *• Hemphlll Agen- top. cy today announced the sale ol ithe Koch building at 646-&J8 E. j Broadway. This building was known at tho Bund cigar store and was purchased by Heniphill in 1936 for the purpose of remodeling to be used for his real estate office. Since that time Hemphill has purchased a lot on the : southwest comer of Central avenue and Union street on which ;h«? is building a new office. Hemphill sold the property on Broadway to Simon A. Olian. who is the owner of The Leader Clothing Store located at 710 E. Broadway. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Located 1 mile cast (if Bethulto on HI. 140. at M«-adowbrook. Watch for signs. GRAFTON LEGION DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE 9-1 BARNEY HALE ORCHESTRA Buy One—Get One Free! Buy One—Get One Free! HALF OF FRIED CHICKEN With Cri FRENC FRIES Buy One Get One FREE Phone HO 5-5291 AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Curb and Carry-Out Only! Saturday, Sunday COMET DRIVE IN 3687 East Broadway — On Four Lane Highway at Bridge — East Alton Open All Day Monday. July 4th* WOOD RIVER - TODAY LAST TIMES! Jv.f. r Phone CL 4-7887 Week Day* Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M, No Parking Problems at Roxana Mon., July 1th Continuous from 7 P.M. TONITE, SUN.. MON. Gregory Peek, Ava Gardner Fred Astaire, Anthony Perkins "ON THE BEACH" Tonita, Mon. 8:40 Sun 1:00, 4:58, 8:46 Peter Sellers, Jean Seberg "THE MOUSE THAT ROARED" Color TOIIIU-, MOH. 7:1? Sun., 9:30, 7:28 Selected Short* 1 »«.«,_ DORIS MY MWMVtt 9:10 METROCOUt] M ——2ND HIT—— Cumeron Mitchell John Lupton' '3 CAME TO KILL' At 4:15 7:41 SUNDAY MON., TUES. OODRIVE I MATINEES SUNDAY & MONDAY. 12i46 GEORGES MARCHAL • ETTORE Open Dally «:30, Start 7 \>.m AclulU 50c Kiddies 35f TONIGHT Thru MON. DWnUOO-OONALOmSP Tonight & Monday 8:40 p.ra. Sunday at 8i44. 6iOO, 9:10 "A MASTERPIiCE^ OF COMIDYr^ —Wm. K. ZlntHr, Htrold Tribal* •lM GREEN I Tonight £ Monday 7:10 p.m. I |»undu) at 1:14, 4:31, 7:48) SHOUT 7 KJIJ. f TiCHNlCOtOR ...,WwN[iiBii(is ___ Plut Butter Crabbe In "frUMHftHTMi OP AllUNI" i IK Plut CARTOONS - CMMrta Admlfftd MUi 2nd beiHn9 Hit At ?:«1 «:10 »:04 T« ..- „ frloek Kvery Tue.,• | Wed., Ttourt. All tieati 'iSc. Comiuv N0xt "THIS GOO AND 1" AMD GRETtlV' At l:W 4:W 7;45 •lulu uad liuin ltKle» iu UUtt JOHANSSON vs. PATTIRSON FiUHT RINCESSlllQRANP TOD ATI LAST TIMJt OISON mm IliLimE GRECO P1u» JOHN HI JWKLL "HELLBOUND" At 1:10 7:13 AI/W LAST Tt.MKft "Johofimoa vi, Patterson" At ,1;40 0:03 TODATI LAtTTiMJt CAMKHON "PIER 5 HAVANA" Al 4:4* 8: It ALSO LAST TIMES "Johonnson v». Patttnon" Al 4:28 ft 7:N (3RANP 1 niitu \HI\I,n i itni T Starts Sunday! For One Week! FOR YOUR HOLIDAY PLEASURE! Adult* H.V BOr Child flflr Hans Christian Andersen's TH6 NOW Songt! Fabulous "DO IT WHILE YOU'RE YOUNG" "THE SNOW QUEEN" "THE JOLLY ROBBERS"! .Shawn 1: 'JO 7:20 4:50 0:40 WITH PROLOGUE STARRING AND FEATURING TH£ VOCES Of ART LINKLETTER • SANDRA DEE TOMMY KIRK $TAROf •SHAOOV DOG • PATTY McCORMACK Plus 2nd Feature Giant Thrills! Giant Advtntiirtl RErjwooos JOHN HUDSON • UVNN BERNAY • CO NEU8ON 8:85 Plus BUGS BUNNY "BACKWOODS BUNNY" SUNDAY MON., TUES. PRINCES i inn mil i u\\i nut MATINEES SUNDAY & MONDAY, 12:30 A Brewlh- taking Motion Picture! KUiln! Dei'l Fergel • THM, MitiiM I HOUM Of WN —-- I iM —^ *• INN Me PRINCES CAKTOONS QALOIK HOMES' SUMMER FUN PARTY" PlUii 3 JT004U AMD UHLi UiCAU COJaPUt^-^.PlU> ? SMIMIUf —

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