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

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 16, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 16,1900 Saturday, Sunday, JULY 16-17 PARADE BOTH NIGHTS STARTING AT TOO O'CLOCK (D.8.T.) Conc«f ilont lUfrttiimtntf inlay mwit for AU Ai«l at assisted by other members. Mrs. Grafton Woman D. W. Voorhees sang a solo. During the meeting it was derided toi \\ tlirtllliflV I'flftV clean the churrh Aug. 18. Re- MKDORA — Mrs. .T M Kit/, freshmenls wei*> servrd by the GRAFTON — Mrs. .Toe Arnold. miller :md Miv Genr SHvirfei hostesses. who marked her birthday anni- were l)o«iesse-. to the Ladies Aid PMInthcn Mn«« versary Friday, was honored ! Society o, ihr Summerville MKIX)RA - The phila , hea rhursday e venin« with a sur- Presbyterian (Timrh Thtirda\ af- ,. lnss of ,| 1P Bethel Baptist ternoon at (he former's home. rinirrh met Tuesday with a for- fi|ld Mrs Romip \ V omack, Mrs. Florence Warner conduct- mer member. Mrs. Alma Gil- ^,.,. Armstrong's home Games Pd the devotions on the Psalms, worth, jn Alton. provided the diversion ' Mr the === 'evening. The hostesses were as- jsisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. John Purcell. fogtoft Anxfllnr? GRAFTON - Members of the ! American legion Auxiliary met 'Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the ; Legion Home and made Tray •'favors for hospitalized veterans. A sack lunch was seived at ; noon. Presenl were Mrs. G, W. Critdi field, Mrs. Earl Pittenger. i\Irs. Bess Besaw, Mrs W. Bani field, Mrs. Kva Auston, Mrs. Em|ma Waggoner. Mrs. Robert Free- Sr., Mi*. Ben Carey, Glen- ina Critchfield and Trudy Carey. Knsterti Sturm GRAFTON — The July meeting of tlie Grafton Eastern Star Chapter was held Thursday i evening at the Masonic Tem- iple. Mrs. Ora Brainerd. worthy jmatrop, presided at the meeting. I Plans were made to observe "Friends Night" in September, turo of a" 'parade over Broadway Sun- at the keyboard, U assisted by Mrs. J. A social houi' followed, with re- day, starting at 1:80 p.m. fnmi Pearl G. Girth, 1110 Greene St.—Staff Photo. freshmenls served by the hos- street. The parade is one event of the (esses, Mrs. Clark Legate. Mrs. ' " " ~ — J. Bradfisch, Mrs. Earl Legate, Mrs. Wesley Legate and Miss Elice Foster Chit-ken Dinner ° raft °" X ° te * Someone stole the stolen evi- his safe but later when he went cpAKTOisi Thp vvnn in » «r GRAFTON - Mrs. Amelia dplu .., to get il found someone had GRAtTON - The uomen of F b , medical stolen it. Young was still held rL-^^nl ? U t l h me Satiefu al tlu Jer e Co±m- Thp CaUlolic t * thedral Pansh on a larceny charge, however. Fuesday evening at the annex .T TI , A . . , * .,, HOIKP rpnnrtpH th*t ^''.TT h-irf - I tV IiOSDltcl] 111 lPI'SPV\*illP 1*6* ^*^"'^*- * trpui IcU 11 ml «5*J U IIUU — — land made plans fora fried chick- lturned home T1|- ; " been taken from its safe and" Liberia, independent Negro iP n supper to be held July 23 at! . .".,'''„ Sheriff L. 0. Davis said he re- rc-publie on the West African '•' P-m- ' , Dr : . and ..^ Il ' s - VValTen . Hemp -eovm-ed th,. monev from a car coast. hu» no railroads. IMSfl ttftflft "OftBAf ART OP BMAiiWGHio" Some 150 bellrtngers and friends attended the recent annual meeting of the Northern District of the Irish Associa- WHERE OININB ISAM ADVENTURE IN FLAVOR • OPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON • OPEN WEEKDAYS 5:00 P.M. Genuine ITALIAN FOOD North of Alton State HoBOItal on Fos- terburs Rd.— CHICKIN SEA POODS my N'lnety l.ounu? I toi'lcwl Room | Open Dully 5 P.M. Sunday , 13 Noon We Caier to Pilvalc Panic.' BRING THE FAMILY OUT TO DINE Convent tion of Chang* Rfnffrt * niskilen. Presiding Bishop A. A. Buchanan said of the 10 teams competing: "We will never lack rfecnrfts for ihis great art of hellrtnging." TRIO CAFE MQtA fttlSttmo, Owner mClNTHAl • WTMALTO, ILUNOII SUNDAY SPECIAL July 17-ehlektn and DumpHnft •rminCHICRIN FtlMtfMINK :y t A.M. tfl 8 P.M. CLOSKD ALL DAY SATURDAY npin 1 ; TOOTER FOR LEGION PARADE HERE A calliope will be played by Mrs. »J. American Legion district convention E. Jacoby, 1122 Greene St., as a fea- here this weekend. Mrs. Jncoby, seated I K\ idunee Stolen driven by Charles Young. ST. AUGUSTINE. Fla. JP — Thc sheriff put the money in Uraltun Xote s Someone stole the stolen GRAFTON - Mrs. Amelia dem . ( , Forbes, who has been a medical CLUB TAP A HIGHWAY 140 ACROSS FROM AIRPORT OF DELICIOUS FOODS" I" • PAN FRIED CHICKEN • BROILED STEAKS • DELICIOUS SEAFOODS Call DUdley 4-9890 for jour ne\t party Frank and Sally Barszez, Owners NEW OI'EMNG HOURS Tuesdays thru Saturdays, Open 4 p.m. Sundays: Open 13 noon Closed Mondays Open 12 Noon - 7:30 P. M. EVERY SUNDAY SKAGGS' CAFETERIA ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER, ALTON, ILL. SPECIAL! $171; 1. 1 U ADULTS Children (under 12) $1.25 ALL YOU CAN EAT! Dr. and Mrs. Warren Hemp- Kntertuins at Dinner el and children returned home eov ' el ' cd GRAFTON—Mrs. Cleve Plum- from a vaL '»t'on trip in South m ^ mmmmm "™ mer entertained at a dinner Thursda\ at hei' home honoring Ra "™na and Jeff Mosby of 'her husband. Cleve Plummer, S( ' Louis ure visiting this week who celebrated his birthday an- u ' llh tlleir grandparents. Mr. and niversary that day. Present; Mrs ' Robert Mosby. I were Mr. mid Mrs. Clifford Ruyle^ A ' K ' p>atl ' k:k Callahan'hah rc- ;Mrs. Claud Ruyle and M i s si turned lo llis base at Little Rock ' ! Carol Flannugan of Haitlin and! Ark " following several clays vis- JMrs. Claud Ruyle's gi'anddaugh- ' [t with hLs mother, Mrs. Garnet iter, Miss Patsy Pfalil of Brent-jCallahan. and other relatives. !\vood, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W.i Ml ' Sl Viola VVuts °" entered Jer!F. Breden were callers at the !sey ^'"'nuiiity Hospital in Jeri Plummer home Thursday eve- iseyville Tuesda .v for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. William Stephens and children left Friday for a vacation trip to Colorado. Utah and Minnesota. STARLIGHT DH IV! IN „ T H r fl I R I '*' ifYour Favoriti Family Drive-in ROUTE MO COUMI AVI . ALTON, IIUNOII Box Otflci' al 7:00 TONIGHT THRU TUESDAY n j n g GRAFTON LEGION DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE 9-1 A zebrass is a hybrid oil- spring between a xebra sire and a burro dam. 7th and Central, Alton TAKE THE FAMILY OUT FOR DINNER Our Chicken Dinners Are Something to Crow About Our Menus Include the Best in Steaks, Shrimp, Ravioli, Spaghetti, Sandwiches. Open Sundays 12 Noon Mid-Town Dining Room RUSSELL ELSNER, Prep. Phone CL 4-7887 \Vi-ok Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun, Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Hoxuna TODAY-SUN.-MON. "THE FUGITIVE KINO" Marlon Brando, Anna MuKiiuni, Joanne Woodward Saturday. Monday, 8:50 Sunday I:iff 5:08 8:67 "THE LAST VOYAGE" Color Itohert Stack Dorothy Malone Saturday, Monday, 7:J4 Sunday 3:18 7:07 Selected Shorts Air-Conditioned Open Daily «:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults 50c Kiddles 23c Tonight Through Monday rULBlYNNER Tonight. Moil., ut 8:.T> p.m. Sim.. 1:00. l:t(l, 8:30 p.m. ARSON FOR HIRE AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE Tonight, Alon., 7:15 p.m. Sun., »>30, 7:10 p.m. GRAND MATINEES DAILY 12.45 r^T-M^n^ JWARJGTWMNfc The ADVENTURES of HUCKLEBERRY RNN TONY (SSNDALL PATlYMcCORMACrT- NEVILLE BRAND MICKEY SHAUGHNESSY ARCHlfMOORE MMETMCOIOII at 1:10 a;IB 3:15 7:10 »:IO EXTRA! CARTOON LAFF "SHO MUST 00 ON" t NEXT ATTRACTION: STARTS THURSDAY! AN EPIC OF FAITH, LOVE and DEVOTION I SM VIM -f^ ROSMNO BRAZZI MIIZIGAYNOR-JOHN KERR Kor lh, n«t Time at Prices ADMISSION THIS ENGAGEMENT PhililMM lAmHtmA CDEC ONLY — ADULTS MC unnortn AomiTiio rncc LATE OWL SHOW TONIGHT GREAT DAY.J IN THE MORNING' - •» RAYMOND BURR-LEO GORDON • REGIS TOOMEY Plus Cartoons—CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE lire truck, live ponies, merry-go-round, auto & train rides, swings & slides in OUR FREE PLAYGROUND \Ve I'M Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef 1 4-LB, HAMBURGER . 30e with Lcttuct and Tomatoes Regular Hamburger We Cheeseburger J5t Ocean Catfish Sandwich We Root Beer on tap lie Southern Style Bar-B-Q Sandwiches Coney Island ZSt 21 Shrimps In BasKtt 11.10 For Strvict, Quality, Prle« VUlt DRIUE IP Located at Riverfront Park—Alton Ffddtor with French Frits 40c DICK MIDDLITON, Ovuicr OPEN SUNDAY Serving Our Usual Fine Dinners You'// Be Surprised Now fieaionab/e Our Price* Are DICK'S FINE FOOD 4<MI Hivatluu> — from Knlrunr*. Hwn: ' 0«y> f Wt.k, t A.M. t« I f.M. HO I-»I71 tuniu iu and enjo) tile fluwt food ui tutvu. BEL*AIR OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK NOW thru TUES. 2 OUTSTANDING HITS YOU SIE IT ALL.. An «pic saga of tht scorchtd earth! JAMCB 6TBAART 2nd ilO HIT Open 7:30 Start Dusk See to Knjoj Film HUH. PRINCESS — TODAY LAST TIMES ! FORWHITE PLUS: Canuron MiteMI "F»CE OF FIRE" V'i •- "• " ' SUNDAY! 7 MON. - TUES. inin run MATI.VEE SUNDAY 12:45—OPEN MONDAY fi:30 One great big happy CARNIVAL of fun! All the crackling action An the rousing romance America's brawlin gro«Hnf>ap djirs! Shown 2:40 5:53 9:05 PLUS. EARTH GIVEN 24 HOURS TO SURRENDER! MGMSKIN.HKY "MANY RIVERS TO CROSS" AUVtNTUki m COLOR AMD '> Ic.NfcMAScoHL. ROBERT IAYLOR - ELtANOR PARKER \KiNXKS • *^SM»i»»UmTp*<ITISTS ^ JOHN AGAR • JEAN BYRO 'KEITH ANDES SUSAN CdBOI BRYNNER Late e»bovf PEOPLE l " n r Have More Fun Than Anybody! 4 RIOTOUS DAYS .Starting SUNDAY ENJOY A UOHT.MEART60 LEW AT LOVt AMONG THE ADULTS..* with we* the Ftt unable to find • way ItttOf W TONY CUIHJDIAN MARTIN JANIT LEIOH Next Tu<-». Matinee: KIDD1J2S' 81-.MMEU FUN PAKTV WOOD RIVER-TODAY LAST TIMES! TM« mm Mm 4:45 7«»0 9150 8(85 0100 8(85 SUNDAY!^", OODRIVC SUNDAY 18I80--OPEN AfONPAV 6180 EXCITING HITSI * MORf AND MIRRIIR ROMANTIC HILARITY! YUL BRYNNER MY KENDALL

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