Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1960 · Page 18
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July 9, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAGfc EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1980 ten days fishing trip into Minnesota. Congressvvoman, Mrs. Edna Simpson of Washington, D. C., arrived Thursday and will spend TRAPEZE ACT ford, Mike Shackelford and Per-1 a few wseto at hflr home here, ry HeteHe left Thursday on a Mrs. John Powell and twins of Florissant, Mo., are spending next week at the Mehl cabin near Kampsville. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily PRINCESS - TUESDAY MATINEE 1:30 "KIDDIES SUMMER FUN PARTY" Slant Feature "COURAGE OP BLACK BEAUTY" 3 Stooge Comedy "RUSTY ROMEOS" PLUS CARTOONS GALORE TOBAYI UlttlMB! CtffttSftA* AlrtJfcftSCWrS •fijtf Of flit "THE SNOW QUEEN" MATINEES DAILY 12:46 A traiKv/r art Is scheduled tor dally presentation at Greene County Pair nevt week. rarrolllon \vidc insurance agency managers meeting. Mi. and Mrs. Otis Willis and Mrs. Thomas Livingston, of family will return to their home Minonk. spent this week with her Undo and aunt, Mr. and Mi's. G. B. Lord. Miss Sue Shelton and Miss Lynn Klinepeter attended church in Rock Island Sunday after a sveeks' visit here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Willis. Glenn Diehl spent July fi and 7;^ in Springfield attending a state-1 POLICE Wood River City Manager Lee Kraft (second from right) congratulate, Police Chief James Buckner on his promotion from acting to permanent chief. Other men promoted Thursday from left are: Floyd BrotHi to sergeant and L, A. Petitt to Lieutenant. Gordon McConnell, newest patrolman on the force, looks on.—Staff Photo. W(ipk GRAFTON LEGION DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE 9-1 HANK PENNING ORCHESTRA i>i Manila Policeman Greene County 4-HClub HoldsAchievementProgram (city, and Darr is the son of JMr. and Mrs. Ralph Darr also of Carrollton. t* His RevehjJT CARROLLTON — The annual achievement program of the MANILA (APi -A Jeepney ' £ small Manila ! > j liceman Vicente stop last week and knocked . 4 down when hr ran out in front ' - - — - •„,( to Attend Opera CARROLLTON — Thirty four members of the Greene County dough. Mrs. Marmon Gimmy. Honu% Bureau and their guests Mrs. Rupert Vullpntinc and- smv "Th c Desert Song" at the LAST MttHTt Open 1:00 — Start Dunk Robert Taylor, "WESTWARD THE WOMEN" Joel Metres. "STARS IN MV CROWN" Lex Barker, "THE DEERSLAYER" STARTS SUNDAY , , 3 BIG NITES! SUNDAY! FOR 4 DAYS! ADVENTURE'S SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD ROLLED INTO ONE! at CAM. TOM REYNOLDS «.. ont of tht forgotten fow fighting a forgotten war in tho BURMA JUNOLISI Gina Lollobrlqldo . Irian Donlevy A CANTERBURY PRODUCTION from th» HHarlout if•odwqy Smoth I Mrs. Lucius Wood. Members of oi Municipal Opera in St. Louis FYi- t'aiTOllton Notes CARROLLTON - _ Home Economics -I-H Clubs of bus — ignored Po- :Green(1 County was held Wed- Members of the group wliO: dav ev ' enmg ' The trip was made IP Ortiz's whist I- to Tuesday and Thursday in the | wore overnight guests of Mrs. ; in ' um , uf p,. ic( v s so | 100 ) busps . Hall High School. 'MehJ at the cabin were Mrs. •ds were made and those Dean Clougli. Mrs. G. 1C. Hutch- I the county at the ens, Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff, Mrs. in Springfield, chos- Rupert Vallentine and Mrs. Elj., i ee 8° to spend Today. Mayor Arsenio Ixwn* • < Sunday School to Picnic brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and finally ordered Orhz to slow :fus , lloned ^ hem8elves at ^ Stale CARROLLTON - The mem- Mi*. Andrew Vaughn, down, after the policeman hadMs- Martin, > bers of the Rose of Sharon Sun-j Mrs. Daisy Boirun returned sued JoO traffic tickets to Jeep- 1 • -"• -* --- * n — °—• got his revenge. -Stale Fa,r Open 7:30 * Adults 70c * Kiddies Free * Starts Dusk every day ""'Barbara Hallock, Sherry Sam-! day school class of the Piret-honie Thursday from Our Say- Ipic. Diane Davidson, and Joanne 'Baptist Church will have a^''* Hospital in Jacksonville LET'S HAVE A PARTY! ROLLER SKATE At ICELAND, Inc. 2715 E. Broafaway For Information Gall HO 5-2528 Special rates to church groups, Girl or Boy Scouts, Birthday Parties. ! Frank with the alternates being ! picnic supper Monday at (J: 30 p.m. where she. had undergone major jCheri Bowman. Marilyn Lem-'at the city park. Mrs. Loren surgery two weeks ago. 'ons. Peggy \Vood and Billie June > Dodson will be the devotional Mr. and Mrs. John Bicket and FansleiO ' ' leader Tor the short program children returned home Thurs- Rosemary Lemons will give a 'which will follow. | da y from Casper. Wyo., where demonstration at the State Fair. Mrs. Hazel Freeh of Los An- 'they have been guests of Mrs. Her alternate is Jean Lovell. At-! geles. Calif., a former member jBicket's brother-in-law and sis-. tending classes at tho fair will be 'and former president of the Phil-! tel '- Mr - and Mrs - Merlc Bush - 1 - ENDS TONITE * 3.SGSBS Peggy Darrow. with Carol Kempathea class of the First Baptist Da " d Pinkei-ton was admitted NOW OPEN We're Back From Vacation Hours: 6 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Don't Forget to Have Hot Donuts for Breakfast JOHN'S DO-NUT SHOP 365 Kdwartlsville Road, Wood River &•*>•*. as the alternate. !Church will be guest of honor' 10 Bo - vd Memorial Hospital, i Table covers fashioned by, at the picnic supper of the class i Thursday for surgery. Adrmtt- , Donna Winters and Becky Chum- to be held Monday July 18 in- ed Thursday as medical patients iley will be shown at the Fair, stead -of July 11 as originally. were Mrs. Lucille March. Car• Girls who are the top in the' planned. The supper will be held Dillon, and Mrs. Marie Harmer coutjty by virtue of their having at (i:30 p.m. in the city park or :ot Hamburg, 'achieved the highest rating in in the church in case of rain. Mr - and Ml>b ' William Burton |the county arc Linda Hallock,:Thc hospitality committee for' 0 ' Komper were the parents of Barbara Hallock. Marilyn Lem-lthe evening is composed of Mrs. a daughter born Friday in the : on, Rosemary Lemon. Pamela [Richard Giller. Mrs. Harry 1 local hospital. Miss Joleen Hill; Allen. Donna Smith. Billie Jane!Hoots, Mrs. Harry Carter, Mrs/of Greenfield was admitted Fri- : Fansler. Diane Davidson. Ju-iElon Dickinson. Mrs. Lyndeirday as a medical patient. dy Martin, Joanne Frank, Doris'• Reynolds. Miss Maxine Britton. Dismissed Thursday were iMuntz, Cathy Davis, Cathy Mar-'Mrs. Nina Woods and Mrs. Frank Hansen of White Hall, tin, Carolyn Sample, Peggy j Wayne Bethard. . Mrs. Judy Johnson and daugh-; Wood, Cheri Bowman and Sher-1 Employs Television Technician i ler - of Mlon ' and Phillip Far " ry Sample. CARROLLTON — L1 o y d; relle y ° r Carrollton. I The judges this year were a ciusm. of Indiana, formerly of Mra - Nina Woods ls Bending a 'group of 4-H Jeadei-s in the eoun-,R 0od housc began work ' this| lew da y s m Jerseyville as the ty. Judges of the food exhibits , wee k in the Smitry TV and Rad-^ uest of . lMlr f .f va . Lead '; , , were Mrs. Curtis Twitchell,j io shop where he has been em-' Dale Ashtoi-d, Lynn Shackel- Mrs. Ralph Koontz. Mrs. Gloyd ployed as a television technici-l Hoesman, Mrs. Ralph Whitlock,j a n. Chism will do bench work! Mrs. Von Wood. Mrs. J. W. Yar- j servicing In the shop which is brougli, Mrs. B. L. Adkins. Mrs.(owned by Clarence Smith. i Marion Hildebrant, Mrs. James| ncbekah's Hear Reports ' Carmody and Mrs. Virgil Gil-) CARROLLTON - The semi- ACTION! *' m :«ttr^ *J*lf58g **nr fK» Comedy! i ***-* THE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATION 2ND HIT! ORSON WELLES „ WILLIAM WARFIELO _/. ^A Shown 1:00 3:55 0:45 0:40 From Hie Tension-Packed Pages of Hie Saturday Evening Post Serial Comes This Story . . . TO * Shown 3:30 5:20 8:20 Coming Thurs. "Adventures of Hucfcelberry Finn." Blood of the \ .V. 2nd ANNUAL WOOD RIVER HOMECOMING JULY 12 thru 17 Sponsored by WOOD RIVER MOOSE Junction JU and 139—Wood River, 111. — On the Moose Grounds — Gil-1 {more. The clothing exhibit judg- ies wore Mrs. Gary Melvin, Mrs. j James Ford, Mrs. Robert Gariner, Mrs. Richard Hamann, I Mrs. Robert Meldrum, Mrs. Rex annual reports ol the officers ol! the local Rebekah Lodge werej given at the regular meeting j held Thursday evening in the 1 IOOF hall with Mrs. Mildred Hallock, Mrs, C. L. Drake. Mrs. i vinyard, presiding. .Elmer Batty and Mrs. Jack Al-i ' ' . 1 ic * j »-* j... i: _ __ :.. .1 „._ '' f\fC I Urdlln Ul i £eld. Mrs. Gilmore, Mrs. ., ,. ., Mr.s. Everett .,. . , ., .-, ., „ • I Mrs. Ronald Darr, who are sta- ,Muntz and Mr.s. Lverett Gris- iwold. Judges for the top ten and 'Zf' , ",* jthe State Fair winners were bdhe , at B . iloxi !?!-.. ™™™»- ^ R ±dvSsday r a, u the : Meldrum <ind Miss Helen Pink-i I BIG MONARCH SHOW RIDES • NO ADMISSION TO GROUNDS • PUNTT OF FME PARKINS FREE BUSINESS EXHIBITION TENT! $ I 'Co Teach in New Nork j CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. 'T. G. Roudy Jr., and family, of i Nashville, Tenn., are spending Ja vacation here en route to New 'York where Roady will teach in the law school at New York Un- ;iversity during the month of Au-j jgust ' 1 While here, Mr. and Mrs.-Roa-i dy are tlie guests of their par-; eiils, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Roudy i Si 1 , in this city and Mrs. Dur- !\\ard Dixon in Kane. lOnterlulnti at Mehl Cabin , CARROLLTON—Mrs. B. MeiiL i entertained a group of friends at' 'a covered dish luncheon Thurs-! i day at the Mehl cabin near; Kampsville. In the group were Mrs. Ii. E. Kistler. Mrs. Ella Lee, Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff. Mi's. G. K. llutchens. Mrs. H. M. I Combrink, Mrs. Louis Prajjger, 5 jMrs. Clair Carmody. Mrs. Demiej lhe ai-e born; hos|)Ital | dlild of " lel couple. Mrs. Darr is the former Phone GL 4-7887 Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxanu TONITE-SUN.-MON. David Nlven—Alltzi Guyiior "HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" Tonite—Monday 9:10 Sunday 'i.Stt—«:!«—!»:H9 Jerry Lewis—.Joan Blackmail "Visit to a Small Plant!" Tonite—Monday 7:4« Sunday 1:34—4:54—8:14 Selected Shorts ALL NEW iv ^ COLOR CHILLS! v - ?' \ t; ' > '&?• STARTS SUNDAY FOR 4 HILARIOUS DAYS THE LAFFTIME of your EVER LOVIN' LIFETIME! The uninhibited story of a carefree bachelor, .. a careful career girl... •nd how they learn that PILLOW TALK in no fun for just one! FREE! 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J'ri., titit. 4 Aluu. ttl 8:OU Sun. at -,':54. (i:15, tt:IW in l-'ri., kid. 4 Aluu. ut t:H Butt, at 1:U, i:U, SICONP ACTION F AC KID HITI PLUS CAITOON*—ChlM/M Admlntd I irt! 'J'rutk. Uve muOe*. Mwriv-Bu-rouufl, Aulu & Iralu Hide*. »wii>«i>« «ua*». IN OU1 Mil PUYftlOUNOI I "I PASSED FOR WHITE" PLUS— "FACE OF FUJI" 4i «° »IATINEB SUNDAY 18:311 SUNDAY! S OODRIVER i tRNit: DICK KOVACS • MOORE • WARDEN • MCCARTHY A. SHAWM WlOWU HU a IDA EUIHE STRITCH «U"xi| O'BRIEM Julie LONDON

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