Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 23, 1960
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960 Sea Accident Victim Former Bunker Hill Man Crrnotpry in San Bruno, Calif. Brsirlrs his mother. Hair is sui • vivprt hv mir brother. Paul B. Hulr ,-ilsn of Son Bnmo. Attend Clinic BfNKKR llll.i. - Mrs. Fred H.-irpii. Mi*, t.aina Hall. Mrs. .John KnimmHIiHn. Mrs. .less Srmuninv Mrs HamlH BmMs, BUNKER HIM. - A fovnipi M' 1 - '-'''"'i !*wtnn. and Mrs. Bunker Hill r**idpnl. Orald K. ««">* V ' Hrtl ••"«''i«^ 1hp sub ' Hale. 33. was one of (he 11 f "f "'7*°'. !!' e ^ST"'* SorirU of Christian Service crewmen killed Tuesday morn- Thursday at (he Methodist Church Ing when the USS Ainmen collld- in Shipman ed with the I'SS Collrti during Honored at Shower A hravy fog off the coast of BUNKER HIM, - !\tis« Eva Southern California. Gnebrl "" s K" ps1 of honor al a Hale was the son of Mrs Clara niiscellmieous shower Thursday Hale of San Bruno. Calif., for- rvf-nmg •'" 'lie h°nie of Mr. and merl.v of Bunker Hill, Gerald A1rs - Arnold Goehel. Hostesses enlisted in the I'S Navv while " m ' Mrs Kmil Toma/in, Mrs. CARNIVAL By Dtck fttfftef high .lames U'alkot ;,nrl Miss Nnrinr still H student in I ho 1 school. Sauerwpin. BliriHl will hp in I lie National AIiss G( "' lM>1 " Ml l '" > """' " lfl S^B^im gg ^MH^^B^^^^^^^^ bride of Kdvvitrd Smith in September Refreshments wi-e served toy the hostesses to the 18 relatives and friends present To Go To Germany BUNKER HILL — Mrs., Emil Tomazin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Goebel, will leave Monday for Augsberg, Germany, "'"" TONY'S Fine Food 312 PI ASA ST. NEW HOURS: AWARDED ORDER OF ARROW Sunday 2 P.M.—12 Mon. thru Thur. 4 p.m. to I a.m. Friday 2 p.m. to 1 n.rn. Saturday 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. ,, " , .--• More than two-thirds of the TONY VENTIMEGLIA, Prop. mili "»'y budget of soviet Russia ^^^^^^^^^^__ 1 ^___ l _'_ is for its armv. Four Bethalto scouts from Troop 106 received the Order of Arrow recently at ceremonies conducted at Camp Warren Levis. They are, from left, Darrell Nave, Michael Ball, Michael Hattery and Earl Klvett. 7-23 Meadowbrook Gronp j Assisting at Camp ' MEADOWBROOK Teenager* from the Ft. Russell-Meadow - btook Pioneer Youth or^ani/n- lion are assisting nl the Kastf Seal Day camp tor retarded children H( Monticello College it was reported Friday. Aeeom- |panying the teenagers to the; SAN ANTONIO, 1*X. Ceeil A. Ray, a Baptist miwions superintendent, who has Invested an array of mechanical equipment to brighten his paralyzed daughter's life, including a motor-powered chair, rocking beds. mechanical desks, chairs and bathing equipment, has been named "1960 Texas Baptist Father of the Year." Tannehill and Wanda Wonna- j sessions are Laura Taylor. Bil1 ! o>tt. NOW! THRU WID. GRANP '......,.,.,.... 1,1/11 * MATINEE DAILY 12:45 - REGULAR PRIOESt An Epic of Faith, Love and Devotion! TRIO CAFE LELA ULSHLNO, Owner 136 CENTRAL • BETHALTO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY SPECIAL of Area Initiate Bethaltoans Men and Women j nto Order of Arroic In Armed Forces "If you think $18.50 is bad wait until you try and for an ounce of prevention, buy a pound of cure!" BKTHALTO Four scouts lioin Scout Troop 1U6 were in- at L-ei'emonies recentlj at Camp Warren Levis. WSCS Officers Meet at Shipman Scouts who re- l> EDWARD L. HOWARD, son of.ducted into the Order of Arrow jueived the award were: Dar• Mr. and Mrs. Ross F. Howard,: - rc ]| Nave Earl Klvett Mike SHIPMAN - The Women's So![ Rt. 1, Alton, completed eight j R ; ,„. t' v ,. tt ,.i 11«» • Mattery and Mike Ball. Scout- ! ciet - v of Christian Seivice serv- JtatlUI LXfMMl Uie> , maste ' , or the troop is Robei . t .,ed as hosts to the East St. Louis j3 a U | District Workshop Thursday. J'mored Division al Fort Hood,i "-' "•»-'»«•-»"«" Twenty-one scouts from thei Registration began at 10 a.m. July 24 - Baked Chicken With Dressing ! i Or FRIED CHICKEN tt^ <»e l *P ^ • •• : weeks of advanced individual «•: training July 16 with the 2nd Ar- ! u v Electrocution |!mored Division at Fort Hood,i °/ ^ IC< ;! Tex. Howard. 17, completed has-' WALL1NGFORD. England (AP)| lroop attended camp this sum- when 12 ° S ° c ' e { V officers re ' Jlic training at Fort Hood. -A coroner ruled Friday that Sir | mer . included were: Michael ; Entered. Including PIE and DRINK Open Daily 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAV SATURDAY We UUP Go\f>riiini'-nt Inspected I'urp Ground Beef VLB, HAMBURGER . 30c with Lettuce and Tomatoes • Regular Hamburger 20c • Cheeseburger 2Sc • .Ocean Catfish Sandwich 25c O Root Beer on tap lOc • Southern Style Bar-B-Q Sandwiches • Coney Islnnd 25c • 21 Shrimps In Basket $1.10 For Service, Quality, Price Visit Fiddler with French Fries 40'' RIVERSIDE DRIUE-m Located at Riverfront Park—Alton DANIEL R. SHERWIN. son 0 f; R ny" lund Hart - °" e of Britain's IB all. Michael Hattery, Darrell. Mrs - Klmer Breitwiser, presi Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Sher- : '"idar pioneers, died "a victim of| Nav , e Larry Nave. Maurice' dent of tne Shipman organizu- win. 10:i Macarthur Dr.. Cottage :tnp science he loved." c.ill. Charles Barthalomew. Jo^ fion - g avc me welcome. Mrs. Hills, recently was promoted to Hart. (51. was electrocuted while Barlhalomew. John Mete.alf. GelK> T "on)a (1 ot Shipman was .specialist four in Lawson. Mo., -fixing a power line to an electric;Olto Wieneeke. Joe Wall. £,„•! organist. where he is a member of the lfw » mower in the garden of hisiKivett. Dick Lamm. Rodney Mrs. Wilbur Egelhofl. of Walsh- I frith Artillery', a Nike - Hercules j country home last weekend. Golien, Danny Knight. John villc - district president, gave the 'missile unit. Sp. Sherwin. as-i Sir Raymund's only son told the.Kasten, David Woelfel, Kenny introductions. Separate clinics signed to the artillery's Battery.coroner Giedenhagen and Gary Langley th<1 A. entered the Army in March! " M >' father was so used to The troop is sponsored by Oi;i The 19-year-old" soldier at- electrical connections that he did Lady Queen of Peace Church. hf>ld '" 0| At noon a sat>k lundl for serv- High 1 '* one wrongly. The fact that six Bethalto scouts are at- «! in the church dining room, wife, "e bad no shoes on Wiled him." tending the Boy Scout Jamboree Tllose '" charge of arrangements „, ,. ... at Colorado Springs, Colo., for wel ' e Mrs - Melville ShulU, Mrs. 1 I'af tic Report the next two weeks, it was re -;Charles Skaggs. Mrs. Myrtle ported Friday. Attending the Lynch and Mrs. Ernmett Hal). . , , , rp Scheduled I UCStlav jamboree are Gary Doerr, Jim During the afternoon session Illinois Department of Public Ricks ' Jim Ruslr Fred sil "- Ml ' Si C ' Oi Matlack San 8 a sol ° Open 12 Noon - 7:30 P. M. EVERY SUNDAY SKAGGS' CAFETERIA ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER, ALTON, ILL. SPECIAL! $ 1 TC Children ADULTS I.ID (under 12) 51.25 ALL YOU CAN EAT! tended Civic Memorial School in Bethalto. His Gloria, lives in Excelsior Springs, Mo. GERALD E. AUGSBURGER. 19, whose wife, Cora, lives at 563 Pine St.. East Alton, recently was promoted to corporal in Safety representatives will pre- n "' ons - Mark Babenhausen. Germany where he'sent the National Safety Coun- Joe - v Rii;ci is a member of the Tith Artillery. f .j|- s ann ual traffic report on Cpl. Augsburger. a gunner in ,|, r . city of Alton Tuesday at R^f.. ,. fl k . i it the artillery's Battery A in Bab- ., luncheon at Hotel Stratford. ««•««•""*» «•" enhausen. entered the Army in Dudley F. Giberson, chairman August 1938 and received basic ,,i Alton's Traffic Safety Com:combat training at Fort Leonard mission, said today. AVood. Mo. He was stationed at •—„ —. - - :Fort Bragg, N.C., before arriv- Grafton. recently was promoted iing overseas in March 1959. tu W™^ ^ '» Germany, iAugusburger attended (Wis.) High.School. His V C' Slanton of Medora. David Suhling. Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mrs. John l-^lward.s. Peggy and Karen. .Shlpinull Nott^ SHIPMAN — Friends have received word that Mrs. Adam Dingeldine has suffered a stroke and is now al the Baptist Home al Virden. Mrs. Dingeldine and her late husband operated a restaurant in Shipman some years ago Dr. and Mrs. Ottoman Ketring of Farmington, Mo. visited Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. R. French. Sandra and Billy Duncan are visiting their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Murray, East Alton, this week. Decapitation was widely practiced by Christian and Moslems alike during the Crusades. RUTH Presented at IMA 3:43 (1:15 8:40 PLUS: COLOR CARTOON LAUGH! Helmkamp and Posilion Loan Officer Artillery Mosby isa menu Royal Neighbors SHIPMAN - The Juveniles ol the Royal Neighbors of Amer- 1 ica met Thursday afternoon. After routine business the children I played games. Refreshments were i served at Lou's Cafe. Those in charge of the meeting were: Mrs. Mildred Crocker, Mrs. William Dankenbring nd Mrs. William Stouffe. i The Adult Royal Neighbor I Mr. and Mrs. Elward R. Augs-; her of the artillery's Headquart- burger, live'on Rt. 1. Oshkosh. ers Ba "f ry " " e e "^ ed * e Ar ' mv in fVrummnoi* i Q-\H onri r«nrM_ Wis. my in November 1958 and com- ROBERT M. MOSBY, son of^ leted basic combat training at ' I TJ^/IH* 1 ^,rSHr.«*r4 ll:j~>Af4 T\iT»^ T'l^n *)?£ Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Mosby, Fort Wood ' St., East Alton, has returned to!Camp met Thursday evening, svork as loan officer at Ger- j Hostesses were Mrs. Edna mania Savings & Loan after | Travers and Mrs. Glen Travers. spending two years in thei Army. Heaton, AT... Mid-Town Dining Room Our Specialties include the Best in Chicken, Sfeakt, Shrimp, Ravioli, Spaghetti, Sandwiches OPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON Every dish prepared and served to perfection. 7»h & Central, Alton. RUSSELL EISNER, Prep. Open Daily ti:30. Start 7 p.m. Adults 50c Kiddies 'ioc Tonight thru Mon. ToniKht and Mon. 8:85 I'.M. Sunday 1:18, 4:55, 8:H5 '"'MIRACLE' arm HILLS' •u »u «iirt t« MASON LESIK ttRSON Short Subjects 7 P.M. Tonight and Monthly 7:15 Sunday 8:^7, 7:07 year-old soldier is a 19o3 gradu-! ate of Jereey Community High School, Jerseyville. DR. \\'. C. BOTTERBUSH, son of Mrs. \V. G. Botterbush of 827 MePlierson Ave.. and the late Dr. Botterbush, was discharged from Hie Na\y at the Naval Supply Depot. Clearfield. Utah, and re- i turned with his wife and son to Alton. The family will reside at -111 Belleview Ave.. and Dr. j D. Heaton j Botterbush will open an office post special services. He also jas an optometrist at 146 E. Fer-| played halfback on the post guson Ave.. Wood River. | football team. Heaton is a member oi the Exchange Club in Alton. His wife, Patricia, is the former manager of Paragon Second Birthday SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. 1953 Alton High j Calvin Edwards entertained with School gradiHa dinner at their home on Thurs- ate, attended day evening for the second birth- Southern IlH-jday of their daughter, Betty nois University 1 Lou. before going to ! Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ger mania in' _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ February, 1956. He went inio the Army in Oe- Lober, 1958, and served at Fort Hood, Tex., in Phone CL 4-7887 Week Uu.V!t Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parkinu Problems at Koxanu Tonite, Sun.-Mon. Burt LancuMter - Audrey Hepburn - AudJi: Murphy "THE UNFORGIVEN" Color Paravlsion Tonite—Monday 9:00 Sunday 1:00—3:00—9:00 Sal Mineo - Susan Kohner James Darren "THE GENE KRUPA STORY" Tonite and Monday 7:14 Sunday 3:18—7:10 Selected Shorts TODAY LAST TIMES! M MOTION PIC1URE FOR EVfRYONt 1 At 5:00 & 8:00 com run SUNDAY, MON. TUES. Matinee Sun. 12:45 GRAFTON LEGION DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE 9-1 OTIS BERRY ORCHESTRA ! i : branch 111 Cleaners in the Wilshire Villago I; Shopping Center. TONIGHT Thru Tuesday BEI_*AIR Open 7:00 Start Duck 1ST RUN . LASTDAYS OFDOMPEII J§ 3 Hits In Color 2nd Exciting Hit"™" "ELEPHANT GUN" :ird Thrilling Hit" WAR DRUMS '£',' '.*:: WHERE DINING KAN ADVENTURE IN FLAVOR OPEN SUNDAYS 12 I OPEN WIEK- DAV8 P.M. Genuino ITALIAN FOOD 'i-.MIIr \urili uf Allun till 1-04 terbum Kd.— • CHICKEN • STEAKS Open Uail> NlMlyl 5 I'.M. We Caiei lo jj )MM ^ v I'rlvule Panic THE FAMILY OUT TO DINE Your l'U\urllc t v umily Drive-In STAELIGHT tun !4o, count AVE. • AITI liOX Ol'l 1CI£ OHUNS AT 7:00 FIRST RUN SHOWING! TONITE THRU TUESDAY 5TINA MUfFMAN BARBARA CARfiatSS BAUMANN I'14>S KKCOMJ HIT Miuhunl t rulg in "ELEPHANT OUN" TOMTK i»HOW Cultourl LADY" I'lu. iuituuiu - l-iiv Truck, l.i\i- I'uiiy, &fwrry*liO'ft0UIMl> 8w uud Truiu Hide* In Our Fttt-'K OI'K.V 7:»ll Final Showing Tonite Ailulti- 70c if Children I'nUcr I',' Alwu>> Frci-l DUTDOO THEflTR & touts eo/40 it STAKT Ul SK Three Searing Features Bramble Bush . WANNtN U H O S • * WWW ^HMMI • * MtLTOM SPUUteG THEGUNFIGHT ATDOD6EOTY JOE McCREA TOGETHER !,;: 1st TIME! munfimnr SUNDAY! ***<** jj|06, LARRXand CURLY JERRY M»HO«r am) UfUCfUHEID SWFF PLUS 2ND HIT! FINEST FAMILY PICTURB or run YEAR! Shown I:Of) 4:00 K:oU and 9:33 UDDV LONDON ism,.mmiFmHim CARTOON Tuesday 1:30 "Kiddies' Summer Fun Party" WOOD RIVER ALEC GUINNESS BURLIVES MAUREEN O'HARA i ERNIE KOVACS 3:43 9:15 TODAY LAST TIMES! Our Man in Havana AlAN LADD JEANNE TRAIN! 4:15 7:40 SUNDAY! MON. TUES. OODRIVE II v IIJIII lull tin ) i mil MATINEE SUN, I2i46 • 2 BIG EXCITING FEATURES THE TRUTH OF WHAT Happinid Whin Tbi Emmy Gliartd Out, •H • ^"^^^^g^^mm mmummm m** .Five BRANDED VAN HEFUIN "'^'' lAfbAAEAl SILVANA MAN0ANO WWW^wBIW VBRA Mlteg . BARBARA BEL SCOPES . RICHARD BA8EHART anuTeioo 0135 "' 2NPHIT—- SOPHIA ANTHONY LORENQUINN HELLER IN NK TIGHTS COLOR (AKJOON ST6V6 FORREST CA1TOON

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