Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 6, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 6, 1960
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PAHE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 A.T.A. Auxiliary at Mlipniail Han Dinner SMIPMAN - Thr LsrtirV ATA Auxiliary went 1o tlip "< Jut-dons" at Ulrhflfld on VVrdnpsctix nt«ht for dinnpr MPmbPl-s HttpndiiiK were Mr* A C'. Ketfh»im. Mis (ipmge Krausr. Mrs. Omtwo Thomnr. Mrs. Edith Thomns. Mi-- I.<^ln CHAIN OP ROCKS SWIDWAY' MICRO MIDGETS 50-Lap Mid-Season Championship Race Sunday, Aug. 7 Time Trials 7:30 Races 8:30 Ixirnloil nt Chain of Recks Bridge Hti Oil1inRh;irn. Mr* Willinm Dnn- krnhrinij. Mrs Ma Preeott. Mrs. Rohril fvihl. Mrs Fninns Gru- h;im. Mr? Ourpr Kahl Mr«. Mi IP* fliiistophrr Mis Ra\ Hiiwoi'tli .UK! Mrs Ficr) Knnisr Shlpman Not*-* SlIIPMAN Mrs Kli/ubi-lh McAUisIri K ^iirndinii .1 \u-rk in St. I.Diit'- \ i<itine I'm n<K ;iml rcl.-itivps Mis^ Prjinn;i IV\ daiightiM of Mr. and Mrs Clinton De\ is a patient ,-tt ('.-trlim illi Aiva hos- pil.'t) Mis |, K Kc|sc> li'ft Thiirs- da\ for :t vacation in I.Vnvpr and Kslcs Park in Colorado \Vant Ads 'TUCK" Calhoun to Plan for Festival CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "STEAK" yourself to A TREAT AT ... CLUB TARA Open Sundays 12 Neon Rnuti' 140. Across Ironi Airport Open 12 Noon - 7:30 P. M. EVERY SUNDAY SKAGGS' CAFETERIA ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER, ALTON, ILL. SPECIAL! $ 1 7C Children ADULTS I.IU (under 12) $1.25 ALL YOU CAN EAT! 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, Prop. HAPvlHN The Calhoim Apple Advertising ("Inb and Fair Association will meet at S::!(l p.m. today to make plans for (lie- final push for Hie apple festival and fair which will l>c an event ol Sept. '1. .'!. I and ~i. Lahor Day weekend, at Hie Jairgmunds north of Hardin. The club is now seekine con- ti'«lanls for Apple Queen and reprcsentalivi^ h a v c lieen named to make applications in various parts ol county. Aloi-c M. Kamp ol Kampsville will lake care ol the Hardin and Kampsville area*: Fiances SI ranch of Hamburg, the Ham- bui'R and North Calhoun vicinity: Herman Pohlman of P.atch- tovvn. the Meppen and Batchtown areas; and the Brussels Woman's Club (be communities of thp south part of thp county. Harold Nestrick. chairman ol the parade committee, has asked that all floats be registered with him as soon as possible. Theme ol the parade this year will be "Calhoun in Orbit." and i all those planning to enter floats or other units are being reminded that the festival is earlier than usual this year, and reg- iistrations should be coming in. Iliirdln Nolcs • HAKDIN — Miss l.ucv Lamar. '. editor and publisher ol the Cal- 1 houn Herald, returned to her home in Hardin Friday morning from Jersey Communitv Hospital where she had been a patient for several weeks. Mrs. Paul Adertou. Mrs. Alma Scahaf. Philip Aderton and Arthur Mielke, officers of Calhoun Chapter. Order of Eastern Star, attended ceremonies of the Man- We're pretty sure there's life like ours out there! We've picked up messages like, Til see your five and raise you five more'!" Hardin Lodge Elects ! Two to Membership i WARDIN-Calhoun Chapter. Or-! • drr of Eastern Star. Thursday! night in thp Masonic Hnll in Har- \ i din. elected William Fiedler of Batchtmvn and the RPV. Anton S.' Fabian of Hardin received the dp-, grip of the order at thn Septem-i her meeting. Hostesses named to serve at that meeting were Mrs.; !Osa Phillips. Mrs. Claude Ruylp,; JMrs. Aloys Barry and Mrs. How- j jard Swectman ! A corsage of dollar bills was prescnlt-d Thursday night to Miss Nancy Clondotiny. who was at- ItcndiiiR hpr last meeting here. •Miss Clendenny will move to Mis- ; sotiri follovvinu her marriage next month. A vural lunnbei. present-' [ ml by Mr;-. (K-i Phillips. was dedi • catr-d to her. Follow ing the busi ^ ness meeting and a soeial hour. >refreshments were served by the' hostesses Home from Trip HARDIN Mi. and Mrs t lei • aid Wilson of Hamburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sloiil of All.-it have- relumed from a vacation in the Quarks. The Stout's I vear-old son. Bruce Lee. stayed White Hall In WHITE HALL - Lester Curtiss Dikis. son of Mrs. Ruth Dikis, has enlisted in the United States Navy and is taking his "hoot training" at Great Lakes. Dikis. who graduated from the \Yhitr Hall High School with the Class of I960, enlisted under In*. Navy's High Srhool graduate training program, and chose the Navy's Polaris Missile Elec- tronirs field. Upon completion of his basic training, he will be sent to a technical school. Honored at Shower WHITE HALL — Joann Settles and Maxine Monroe were hostesses Thin-winy evening at a shower at the VFVY Home, honoring Miss Ri-tfi Martin. Miss Martin will become the bride of Roy L. Burg on Sundav. Aug. '28. al Springfield. with Ilis grandmother. Mrs. Ha\ Stout, in fireenfif Id. while his parents were away. C.ullioiui (iirli- Home From I-H (lamp HAKDIN Miss Janet Schlet-p- ,cr of Brussels and Miss Mary IrJIIen Ducey of Marclin returned last weekend Ironi -4-H Junioi Leadership Camp al Montieello. jThe Calhoun County Home Bu- ireau and the 4-H Extension jservi('o sponsored their one j\\eek stay al the 4-H Memorial Camp which is located on a picturesque lake near AHerton Park. Reporting on their expevi- Chester, 111. chapter Friday night. The annual picnic- of Si, Joseph's Church in Meppen is scheduled lor Iliis weekend. I I <Mires, the girls, who were se! lei /led because* ol their uutstand- ; ing work in •)-!!. explained th;.l the purpose of Ille ronfeienre i is to leach the young people! 'methods by which they can bei- |tcr serve thoir 4-H clubs, and i thereby, their communities. Home from Trip HAKDIN- -Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Kinser returned Wednesday eve-; • ning from a vacation trip to thei I Smoky Mountains. Their trip in-i I eluded a visit to Gatlinburg. 'headquarters of the Great 'Smoky Mountains National ; Park. TRIO CAFE LKLA III SHl\<i, Owner } 136 CENTRAL • BETHALTO, ILLINOIS J SUNDAY SPECIAL August 7 - Baked Chicken and Dressing or FRIED CHICKEN C Including PIE and DRINK 3 Open Daily 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAV The Country Kitchen *-' OPEIS UNDER _NE\V MAAAGEMENT SEVEN DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY BltUAKFAST Served II a.m. to noon WEEKDAYS OPEN .Monday thru Saturday. 4-8 p.m. Steak and Chicken Dinners Packed To Go Home Made Bread mid Pastry Route, 100. I ^ Milrs \\Vst ol North Alton. Cull HO U-^113 \V« Ise (iovernnii'Ml Inspected I'ure <,round Beef V4-LB. HAMBURGER . 30c with Lettuce and Tomatoes Fiddler with French Fries 4Qc Regular Hamburger 20c Cheeseburger '... 25c Ocean Catfish Sandwich 25c Root Beer on tap Idc Southern Style Bar-B-Q Sandwiches S5c Coney Island 2Sc 21 Shrimps In Basket $1.10 For Service, Quality, Price Visit RIVERSIDE DRlUE-m Located at Riverfront Park—Alton Open Dully 6:30. Start 7 p.m. Adults 30c Kiddie* :>5c Tonight Through Men. Tonight and MOM. 8:38 P.M. Sun. 3;!iO, 5:30 8:50 P.M. Tonight and Mon. 7:15 P.M. Short Subjects 7 PM. Sun. 1:07, 4:27, 7:47 P.M. Phone CL 4-7887 Woek Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Proulrni*. 'at Koxuna TONITE • SUN, • MON, Tony Curtl! — Dcnn Martin Janet Leigh "WHO WAS THAT LADY" Tonite, Monday U:U5 Sunday J :00—5:00—»:00 Sophia Lor en. Anthony Quinri Margarc-t O'Brien -HELLER IN PINK TIGHTS" Color Tonitc, Monduy T.'iO Sunday 3:33—fi:55 Selected Shorts BEL*AIR MWV MS I II 1 10 ft Oft.lf, OPUN 7:00 — START DUSK NOW rhru TUESDAY HUNT Ul N SIIOUINCi ALASKA TODAY!... KIIW' . Kxcltiim! • . I-n\itli! THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT OF 1960 BY THE AUTHOR OF 'GIANT'.' MWAMNCMMOS TECHNICOLOR* —Phi* AIJVBNTTHK HIT!— OMB coi OK By oe tuxe DAVID'LAOD • DONALD CAISP- TliODOREBK STARTS WEDNESDAY! PLUS: "THE BAT" STARTS WEDNESDAY! Jane Wyman Richard Egan SUNDAY •Double Dramatic, Dynamite! DICK MIDDLETON, Owner OPEN SUNDAY Serving Our Usual Pine Dinners You'll Be Surprised Now Reasonable Our Prices Are DICK'S FINE FOOD 460 K. Broadtva.v — A<TO»« from Rridtie Knl ranee. Hours: 7 Days a Week, 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. HO 5-9872 Come in and ei joy the fines! food in town. Buy One—Get One Free! Buy One—Get One Free! HALF OF FRIED CHICKEN With Crisp $4 35 FRENCH * I ** FRIES ** Buy One Get One FREE Phone HO 5-5291 AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Curb and Carry Out Only. Friday, Saturday, Sunday TAKK THE FAMILY CMiODif* ACBrt Dfl 01 T SIMUY lOli blVIUlf UAODUlf U OVER 50 KINDS OF FOOD! .•Sl.7.~i Adults, Children *\.'1'> Plus u Dcliiflitful Iti'Kulur .Menu! COMET SH87 i;.\ST UltOADXVAY — On Four Lain- Hiyliuay at Bridge — Kast Alton Now Open AH Day Monday! WHERE DINING IS AH ADVENTURE IN FLAVOR • OPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON • OPEN WEEKDAYS MOP.M. MUM TMC FAMILY OUT TO DINE Genuine , • ITALIAN FOOD Nurlli uf Alton HUk»llul un I Ok leiburu Ud — • CHICKEN • STEAKS SIA FOODS Open l)ail> i,uy Nlnetya 5 1*.M. We Calei 10 I ounkt • t....j... Private Panie* YOl 1C I AVOKITI. FA.MII.V DKIVK-IN STAHLIGHT TONITE Thru TUESDAY ;IOUTf 140 COlltOe AVI • AUON, IIUNOIS : Kov Offici Opciih ut 7:OU FIRST RUN SHOWING! G REAT BESftSEUOER THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT OF 1960 BY THE AUTHOR OF 'GIANT jmwm i F»VI JONESIHy SK«)M) FhATI KK [RfedSus TECHNICOLOR* 3 IKATI'UKS «A Tuuiti: & Sal. <9 Late Owl Show John Akhlry 111 'Hot Rod Gang' l'lu» out rejf. TWO t .VKTOOM* — CtiiU>RE\ .iOMlTTISO FBEE2 tin Truck. l.i\i- Puiiit*, Merry-Gu-HuuiiU, SwliiM*. Wlde», Aulo mid Truin tiidi-* in OUR FBKK I'LAYOBOL'N'D! ALL OF THE CHARACTERS OF THE RICH AND EARTHY NOVEL...RE-LIVE THEIR SHAME AND FEAR ON THE SCREEN! -Not since "Cat on o Hot Tin Roof" has fhe camera peered so relentlessly into the secrets of a proud but guilty family! Great as a book! Magnificent as a motion picture I HE MOIHCR. posbeswe i unloviti* THE tCKEN'l UrlOMVUY MM. OMMA j Of LOVE «NO Will \i\lt( II .%• I < I.I I iu>o\i:v Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer prut nil A SOI C. SIEGU Production ROBERT MITCHUM ELEANOR PARKER mmmm LUANA PATTEN OPEN 7:30 STAKT DISH HITS GARITCOOPER MARIASCHEa TON.T. mnwit SIDNEY POUIU MUMMY UftT TIME TONITt RANP BFr.nir,r MK,H«f I. ' •:' >•) . TIM f ol I \t 3:38 fl:I5 At 7:45 STARTS SUNDAY! MATINEE DAILY 12i48 r '~*BlllM'&9®*Gto»-x ! t**( RITUAL OF THE VOODOO QUHN! Jwngl* Haunti... f te^p^^WWr iMfMMieOlMI WALTER MOD . ZIVA MOOANN WHHtmWCLLMAN.H JUNE WILKINIOIf At 1:00 3:55 H:«0 PLUS: See The CraeMt** On CriM*4t«i'> M»tt DM«y Fttad) KATHY CARLYLE • ROBERT LANSING At 2:80 !t:'iO 8:iO LAST TIME TONITE 2 of I960's BIG HITS RINCESS .-NRSIUYUVIDMVEN At 3:50 9: IS ROAMED At 4:25 7:45 STARTS SUNDAY MATINEE THE GREATEST BATTLE THE WEST EVER STAGED! He fought the Sioux as fiercely as he loved one of their women! AND MAGNIFICENT NEW EASTMAN COLOR 111! HUT ROBERTSON MURPHY i cum DOUGLAS* "INDIAN FIGHTER 4h_ F«s;oi' CINEM felted IhiuBUnittlJ Aflistt At T4:45 4:15 7:45 At 2:35 «:IO 9:40 LAST TIME TONITE OQPRIVC ii ii tit i <nn mn \tu t i inn VICTOR MATURE KITA GAM HANNIBAL FOUR pur Gmt M IUKSCMtt-IUItTWVICHM 8:88 8)55 4:25 7:80 STARTS SUNDAY C4VOMT...IN THE WHO,FRANTIC RAT RACE Matinee Sun. 12:4 OM/MYMWD/OONRKMS CUV IHUm * iMMtf ll 1*^ mas •UBS* At l«:W 4 HO 7:60

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