Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1960 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 15, 1960
Page 20
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PAGE TWENTY 4LTON EVEiNING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1960 Saturday, Sunday, JULY 16-17 LARftfc TtttCR MALT! and MAKES ALL FLAVORS ELM'WAT DRIVE-IN Whether they are carried m a picnic basket or a lunch b<>\. sandwiches from the freezer will thaw during the toting. n nn<l Hpnry. Dial HO 2-J Civic Center Come am) bring your NEW SYSTEM HAMBURGERS linncln* S:,10 p.m.-12:30 a.m. ROSCOC STILES FOSTER'S DRIVE IN Wood River \\e Look for the 384 Church Rites Are Announced At Carrolltmi Men's Fellowship will meet Monday evening;. There will be | a workers conference July 20 iand on July 22 the members of the service Sunday In the Faith Baptist Church during the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Frnnies Varble, who is on vaca« tion. The Rev. Francis Barnes, a jthp constitution committee will 'meet. ! The Rev. Robert Pitseh will'representative of the Christian j speak al the 10 a.m. service (Board of Publication of St. Lou- Sunday al the Methodist Church. I is. will speak at the 10:30 a.m. CAHROLl/rON "The \Yor- "\Vhal Arc You Worth 1 .'" i .the sermon topic of (he Re j«wship service Sunday in the ! |o( ' a ' First Christian Church, shipper ;mrl fhr Oiff" «ill be llv theme ol the sermon of the Rev. Paiyin Rolens for the 9 ji.m service Sunday at First Mc-rian Church. The Rev. Clark Baptist Church. The Senior BYF|\ v j]| be on vacalion during Aug- Mrs. Barnes and daughter will \vil) meet at 6::!0 p.m. and Hv'usl anrl their n-iJl be one \voi'-]bc guests of honor at a coverwl 'Percy Clark for >orvi<'c .Sunday the 1.0:45 a.m.' Tnci Rev - Joseph Ethridge is the in the Preshy- pastor of the church. Following the service Sunday the Rev. and DANCE 'ship service in the church dur-|dlsh luncheon given 'ing HIP month and that will he j church congregation. Aug. 7 when the Rev. Elmer by the Thru July 17 2nd Annual WOOD RIVER HOMECOMING Sponsored by WOOD RIVER MOOSE •liiiiclioii III and I oil Wood Ktvrr. III. On I hr- Moose (i rounds Saturday, July 16th, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mutic by the Blue Notes Members and Guesfs Welcome — AIR CONDITIONED ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 931 ISeUerlund. former pastor, will conduct the service which will ; be followed by a church family dinner in the dining room. The Rev. John Finnan will speak at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday in the Baptist Church in i Eldred. • Garrt'll The Rev. Barnes was for a number of years pastor of various churches through the central part of the United Slates and is a well known speaker. At present he is working with the Christian Church publishing house and his work calls for i quite extensive traveling and he Dawdy will speak -illwill visit the local church on Willie Vfttewfeli of fteldon are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday afternoon In Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Margie McCarty of Carrollton was admitted to the hospital Thursday. Dismissed Thursday were Miss Peggy Blrdsong, Mrs. Lucilo March, Larry Wagner, Bobby Wagner, Miss Carolyn Wagner and Miss Jwnet Wagner, all of Carrollton. Greenfield Post Elects Officers GREENFIELD Franc i» Violet Soclet.v CARROLLTON - Meets Members of the First Greene County African Violet Society were entertained at a covered dish luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs. James Flowers. Mrs. Flowers, who was also celebrating her birthday on that date, was presented a gift by club members. Carrollton Kotm CARROLLTON — A marriage Kuhnline was re-elected commander of the American Legion al a meeting Tuesday night, Other officers, also re-elected, are: Russell Shade, first vice commander; Ha! Plogger, second vice commander; Carl Nell. finance officer: Charles Burroughs. chaplain; Warren Cook, sergeant-at-arms; W. J. Chambers, historian; Francis Griffin, Americanism; Dr. E. G. deQue- In LMVM Hte OZONE, Ark. f- Grocer C. W. Melton couldn't catch the burglar who had been looting his cash register at night. So he poured fresh cement around the entrance to the store. The burglar struck, left his footprints, and police arrested a 16-year-old youth with fresh concrete on his shops. The money was recovered. vedo. Cole, service officer; child welfare: Richard William Hamel. unemployment officer; iWilliam Meng, public relations; Or. Garrett Lee Melvin, poppy day: and William Meng, Boy license was issued July M to Roy 1 Scou1 chairman. Thomas Ford Goans Jr., of White Hall and Miss " us re-named adjutant by Com »»•!! College Alton, 111. ANNUAL PICNIC SUNDAY, JULY 17th Immaculate Conception Church WEST ALTON, MO. Chicken and Beef Dinners Family Style, Adults $1.50 Children 75c GAMES! RIDES! CONCESSIONS! On Route 94 one-half mile from Route 67 BIG MONARCH SHOW RIDES FREE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY JULY 14 thru 17 FREE BUSINESS EXHIBITION TENT! • No Admission to Grounds/ • Plenty Free Parkin a! Special Kiddies Matinee Saturday, July 16th, I to 5 p.m. All rides 'Oc except Dodge-em, I5c. Bring Hie whole family out to the Annual Festival OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE CHURCH Bethalto. Illinois JULY 15-16-17 '1SH D1NXEK All you can eat SI starts a p.m. CH1CKEX & HAM PLATES. Serving $ I starts at I'! noon.. CHICKEN & HAM DIN .VERS. Serein? $ I 50 l<'ree Wrestling all 3 evenings—TV Artists. Plenty of Refreshments— Games—Hides 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! 7 $ r $100 29c Dtluxt Hamburgers. lags French Frits. Pound Fish Steaks. or 4 for $1.00 Hot Bar*B-Que .... or 4 for $1.00 Phone HO 2-0322 /or Quick Service on Your Carry-Ouf Orders/ 4 LANE DRIVE INN 'Home of 1 Se Hamburgers" Look for in in the Stockade On Mast BmudwH.v '•!75u K. Broadwnj, Alton route back to St. Louis where he will attend a building dedi- j ^^ l ' allon - 'tended Hospital Not* 1 * CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Peggy Hardwick of Carrolltun. mander Kuhnline. Mr. and Mrs; Andrew Isaac of I Fit) ' SHAKES! MALTS! CONES ICE CREAM SODAS! SUNDALS! All MuUe With Uelli'fuus Shecrrburn's ICE CREAM O TASTV SANDWICHES O Coca-Cola, Root Beer O Doiiuts of All Kinds DRIVE IN ;!(»() K. Kim. I'hnne HO5-3»5:J Open 7 A.M. (c II P.M. Dnil.v including - Sunday H&H Oil he ,. e and at . ( . REENFJELD ^ Bn( , the Greene County Fair., Mrs. G rover L. Bauer lefl T hey wer accompanied home by : Thursday for a vacation trip la CRAFTON LEGION DANCE EVERY SAT, NITE 9-1 , ]saac .. s ^ sler Mjss who will be their guesl over weekend. the E n rou i e . they will visit Mrs. 'Bauer's brother, Kent Greene. o j"i . "i i ." >and family In Owasso, Mich. Canadian - style bacon needs ___ ____ _____________ _ __ | only brief cooking-only 2 or 3 Save the liquid from sweet minutes on each side when it M; mixed pickles and use In slaw. sliced and heated in a skillet over moderate heat. WELCOME LEGIONNAIRES! Open Saturday 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Open Sunday 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. SAVOY CAFE Hours—7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Beautiful river view, across from Lincoln-Douglas Square. 101 Market St. Phone HO 5-9818 CLARENCE and MYRTLE DUNN, Owners Phone CL 4-7887 \Vcek Day* Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from I P.M. No Parking Problem* at Roxuna TODAY-SAT.-SUN..MON. "THE FUGITIVE KIND" Marlon Brando, Anna Magnuiil, Joanne Woodward Friday, Saturday, Mon., 8:50 Sunday 1:19 5:08 8:57 "THE LAST VOYAGE" Color Hubert Stack Dorothy Malonc. Today, Saturday, Mon., 7:14 .Sunday 3:18 7:07 Selected Shorts Air.Condfrionea Open IMII.v (CltO, Start 7 p.m. Adult* .->(»<• Kiddie* Me FRI., THROUGH MON. YULE BRYNNER GINA LOLLOBRIQIDA Teclinirama Color "SOLOMON AND SHEBA" Frl., Hut.. Mon. 8:»2 P.M. Sun., 1:00 4:40 8:30 I'LL'S SKCOND IDT "ARSON FOR HIRE" Frl., Sat.. Mon., 7:15 P.M. Sim., S:80 7:10 P.M. STARLIGHT 0 k I M I IN t , t THUTRE '*' :- IOUTE 140. COUtOt *Vt . AITON, HUNOtJ Your Fuvorltc Family DRIVE-IN Box Office Open at 7:00 TONITE Thru TUESDAY East Alton American Legion OLD ST. LOUIS ROAD SATURDAY, JULY 16th BARBECUED '°z\T Donation $1 Mound City Shows, Rides, Concessions JULY 14th thru July 17th 1 Buy One—Get One Free! Buy One—Get One Free! HALF OF FRIED CHICKEN With Crisp FRENCH FRIES Buy One Get One FREE Phone HO 5-5291 AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Curb and Carry-Out Only! Friday, Saturday, Sunday TAKE THE FAMILY CBfl4lD4* ACDSIDI* OUT SUNDAY I OK bMUKClAbbUKI/ OVER 50 KINDS OF FOOD! $1.75 Adults, Children $1.25 Plus a Delightful Regular Menu! mwm -mm FRANCE NUKN COMET DRIVE IN ;>(>87 EAST BKOADWAY — On Four Lam- liiglmuy lit Bridge — East Alton Now Open All Day Monday/ NOW TO" THE I IRST TIMli AT POPULAR PRICES AdmUslon This Engagement Only— Adults Me. _ CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE _ LATE OWL SHOW TONITE & SAT. GREAT DAY.^ IN THE MORNING' _ WftJWSCOM >*RAYMOND BURR • uo QOROON . REGIS TOOMEY ~ PLUS CARTOONS CHILDKEX ADMITTED FREE! Mre Truck, Live Ponies, Merry-go-round, Auto & Train Rides, Swings & Slides in our FREE PLAYGROUND PARADE BOTH NIGHTS BEAUTIFUL 1960 "MAGIC CHEF" 36-INCH GAS RANGE STARTING AT 7:30 O'CLOCK (D.S.T.) Rlctos • Concessions Dancing Enjoyment for All Open 7:30 jf Adults 7Uo * Kiddies I'ree if Start Dusk I960 Auromogic Cooking features: • Magic-Lite Pilots • Hi-Lo Uni-Burners • Automatic Oven Lighting • Red Wheel Oven Heat Control • Swing-Out Broiler • Leg Levelerj .95 TONITE ft SATURDAY 3 Sec To Enjoy FILM HITS The stock-scorched Diary of Lieut. Blackburn, who lid the U. $. A.'s secrot Army of. Head hunters! M4»-M't IXCITINC _ ROMANTIC AOVINTUIII P R A NO NOW SHOWING MATINEES DAILY f2i46 Children: 35e ROW AIL THE THRILLS OF MARK TWAIN'S [MOST FAMOUS STORYI JMAJOC TWAIN'S TheADVENTURES ofHUCKLEBERRY BNN TONY RANDALL PATIYMcCORMAOT- NEVILLE BRAND MICKEY SHAUGHNESSY-JUOYCANOVA ANDY DEVINE- BUSTER KEATON ARCHlfMOORE-EDblE" HODGES M«* fiCTJtf Shown At :IO 3:15 5:15 7:10 0:10 PLUS: COLOR CARTOON NEMASCOK and COLOR! ROBERT TAYLOR ELEANOR PARKER YUl JOANNE , UANOUH WOODWARD lEKHTON KEIIHANDES'SU WITH A CAST OF THOUSANDS COLOI{ LAI (,Illicit BLM» ttlUT — O'J'AttilNU BEL-AIR O RI V E I HWT 66 H 111, OPK.V 7:00 START Dl Sli NOW thru TUESDAY - 3 BIG THE SCREEN EXPLODES INTO A BLAZING BATTLE OF THfllLLS! They Turned the Enemy Back When Danger And DIsu«ter Block Escape! HITS! STEWART PLUS TEENA0E HITI THIS IS YOUTH: the real ana revealing story ot today's ttenagara' DIOK CURI Callan -Tuesday Weld and Victoria Shaw RINCESS iniii i an POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS TONITE & SAT. OPEN TONITE 6;00 MATINEE SAT, 12)45 .ONYAVADE.MMESFftANCfSm AN AUliO ADIST5 HCIUK At 6:30 9:25 Saturday *!:45 «:05 0:26 PLUS: Sat. l:-to 4:40 8:00 OODRIVE TONITE ft SAT. OPEN TONITE 6i30 MATINEE SAT, 12:45 A WORLD OF. WONDERS! At 7100 PLUiJ ACTION HIT •ANDOIPH SCOTT

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