Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 8, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton, Illinois
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 8,1963 Pllllllllllll CIVIC MEMORIAL iinniiNiiiil I AIRPORT RESTAURANT 1 __ Phone 259-3502 SUNDAY, JUNE 9 BAKED HAM and Candied Sweet Potatoes. Choice of Vegetable and Salad, $'425 =E • Hot Rolls and Butter 1 •loyro mid Bob Alrlnt.vro, Operators. OPEN 'TIL NINE ADDIS ABABA — An Amer firm has bought into an Ethiopian paper making company. ' n 'Hopeful Hep Cats' 1 man • * DANCE V.F.W. COTTAGE HILLS Every Sat. Nile Rainbow Girls Skit Tops At Calhoun 4-H Festival HARDIN A skit presenter WILSHIRE RESTAURANT Wilsliire Mall Shopping Center .-,05 KKKKSIUIlfi HI.VI). EAST ALTON Open Snnriiivs '(II 7:.1fl — Dully MM 10 p.m. Bring: The Family! SUNDAY, JUNE 2ND (£ CHICKEN and I DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT! 3 Vegetables - Hot Roll Music by DON WALK AND HIS MACOUPIN WRANGLERS 9 P.M. to f A.M. by Ilio Rainbow Girls 4-H clul [ in (ho Sharo-lho-Fun Festiva ; Wednesday night in Hardin, wa selected to be given at the slat I fair in August. The skil, whic 1 j was Iho outstanding favorite, wa SWIMMI NG Sunhin Beach Daily! Follow Hwy. !)'t out of VV. Alton, Mo., to Station "Oinitoffa" and turn left on Highway "H". SANDY BEACH Hours: 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. Every Day if PICNICKING * SWIMMING * CONCESSIONS All Kinds of Sandwiches, Soft Prinks, Ice Cream Mli^Eeisf ofBetnaJto, Orturn North Off Rt.140 At Meadowbrook. Watch for Signs. Swimming Instructions beginning June 17lh For Information, Call HO 2-OS08 Adults 50c» Children, 6 to 12, 25c«Under fi free with adults SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsville Road, Wood River Pining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ENTREES: Soups: Chicken Rice French Onion 1. Shrimp a la Nrwhurg Steamed Rice ?.. Rock Cornish Hen a la Orange, Rice Dressing 3. Potted Swiss SI oak Jardiniere 4. Baked Ham with Fruit Sauce Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad Choice of: Snow Flaked Potatoes Assorted Baked Potatoes • Relish Tray Dial CL 4-7612 for Reservation -/r OUR CHICKEN DINNERS ARE WORTH GROWING ABOUT Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken OPEN Mid-Town SUNDAY DINING ROOM AT NOON 7th and Central, Alton, III. -<*», DINE WITH US T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS . . $165 $125 $ 25 TRIO CAFE: I,EI,A RUSHING, Owner • • CHICKEN AND DRESSING • FRIED CHICKEN • HAM OR ROAST BEEF • All dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink 136 Central Bethalto, III. Phone DU 4-9381 $'f 40 A Sunday, June !) SKAGGS' CAFETERIA Alton Plaza Shopping Center, Alton, III. Smorgasbord This Sunday and Every Sunday 12 NOON TILL 8:30 P.M. ALL YOU CAN EATI $ 39 Children under 12 $ if 75 Adults Dine Ou< Often OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK South Central—Old Edwardsville Rd. Intersection—Roxuna Dial CL 4-0429 \Gerar RESTAURANT! Preferred for good food by particular people . . . Every Wed. Spaghetti and Meatballs Night Special! ALL YOU CAN EAT V**W*VVWV»i alls $ i 25 * ____ 1 t VV»VVVVV»VV»>, PIZZA ' -A- RAVIOLI -fr MOSTACCIOLI FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! 1 2 FRIED CHICKEN With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CARRY OUT ONLY — 2,.,'1.45 COMET DRIVE-IN 3687 Broadway Alton Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. DICK MIUDLKTON Owner BREAKFAST AT 6 A.M. Many Kinds of Waffles We Fix Cairyout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD (ACROSS FROM KIM DOE ENTRANCE) U'e Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef VLB. HAMBURGER . . 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES CURB MUCKS ONLY! • Regular Size Hamburgers !5c • CHEESEBURGER '. 25c • ROOT BEER In frosted mugs lOc • FRENCH FRIES 15c • Southern Style Bar-B-Q Sandwiches 35c • OCEAN CATFISH SANDWICH 25C & 30c • 21 SHRIMPS In Basket $1.10 • ALL MEAT HOT DOGS 15C For Service, Quality, Price, Visit PARK-ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON -OPEN- E V E R Y S u N D A Y >nr'''''*KW" fw»w I&wty Out A_ TluuM 'p V\\>A. ' •••Hrf *N v <• "-BT . oiNyiHi ir*MfH rooo ••-T-7--' — - J-^—T>^ w ~-7— ' PEIICtOU) ' *™- := ~--' Vifiti »''"" " MWIM «f*V • «, Ml "l»» '"III! iJtiLDCN I ' — ' H Mill H. W AIIOH tIAII HOW. KMIIUUUr U>. We Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef VLB. HAMBURGER . . 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES Regular Size HAMBURGER 15c Curb Service Only FIODLUR with FRENCH FRIES 40c CHEESEBURGER 25c OCEAN CATFISH SANDWICH .... 25c HOOT BEER ON TAP lOc Southern Style liar-B-Q Sandwiches .')5c CONEY ISLAND 25c •21 SHRIMPS in Basket $1.10 For Service, Quality. Price Visit DRIUE-in RIVERSIDE Located at Riverfront Park—Alton 465-9650 SUNSHINE COFFEE SHOP 1 West Ferguson—Wood River 254-7160 called "Hopeful Hop Cats,' 1 and it consisted of a dance routine hy a chorus line of costumed "cats." Mrs. Charles Nolle is the loader of the club. Mrs. George Pohlman assisted with the skit. Another skit given by the same club, but by a different group of girls, was named state fair alternate. It was called "Liboiaeo Comedy Skit." Ada Mao Herler was cbosor from a field of four contestants lo represent the county at (lie fai as a master of ceremonies. Patt; Sehultz was named alternate lines Schullo and Karen Bredeii the other two contestants, were i warded participation ribbons. Clubs which received "A" fot th'eir skits were: Hardin Go Getters , Doer Plain Ag and Michael Lucky Shamrocks. Clubs which received participation rib bons were: Hardin Busy Bees Kampsville Producers, West Sicli Hustlers, Golden Eagle Homo EC Rainbow Girls, Golden Eagle Ag Hamburg Growers, Hardin Lucky Shamrocks, Batchtown Lucky Clovers, Guys and Dolls anc Kampsville Mory Maids. Husbaud, Wife Get Degrees At Missouri JERSEYVILLE — At the Coin- noncement exercises of the Uni- •crsity of Missouri in Columbia, ioth Mr. and Mrs. Richard Btir- on LeFavers, son-in-law and aughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. E. /uestenfeld of Jerseyville, were lembers of the graduating class nd received degrees in their re- oeclive fields. Mrs. LaFevers, who was for- lerly Miss Diane Wuestenfeld of erseyville, received a bachelor f education degree and her hus- and earned his degree in veteri- ary medicine. Mrs. LaFevers attended the ersey Community High School nd finished her high school studs at Stephens Preparatory chool in Columbia, Mo. after 'hich she received a degree from tephens College before enrolling t the University of Missouri. Dr. LeFavers, son of Mrs. Ailine Lock of Webster Groves and the •He J. D. La Favers, of West 'lains, Mo., was graduated from ilgh school at West Plains before •ntering the University of Misouri. He is engaged in the prac- ice of his profession as assistant o Dr. Ray Lidgenvood at West 'lains. His fraternity is Delti Chi. Dr. and Mrs. Wuestenfeld went o Columbia Tuesday to attend lie commencement program at rie University. Receives Degree JERSEYVILLE — Miss Janet Edwards of Jerseyville has re- eived a bachelor of music de- ree from MacMurray College in acksonville. Miss Edwards taught /lusic in the Attendance Cen- ers of Community Unit 100 the ast three years, has accepted a XDsition in the Alton school sys- em for the coming year. Jersey County Board to Meet JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey County Board of Supervisors will old its regular quarterly meeting Monday at the courthouse. The lew grand jury list will be drawn t this time. Club Meets Sunday JERSEYVILLE — The West Central Black and White Club vill hold its annual picnic for all members and friends Sunday be- inning at noon, at the home of Jlr. and Mrs. James Beane, north- vest of Godfrey. Beane is vice resident of the club and Bill 'racy of Jerseyville is president. Dinner will be followed by a hort business meeting and the nnual judging contest. The an- mal Black and White show is to be hold at the Jersey County Fairgrounds at 9:30 a.m. June 19. George Taylor of Jacksonville will bo the judge. Transferred to St. Joseph JERSEYVILLE - James Poorc of Kampsville, who has been a patient in Iho Jersey Community Hospital, has boon transferred to St. Joseph's Hospital in A It o n for further observance. Jerseyville Church Rites Announced Alumni to Meet Sunday At Calhoun High School I JERSEYVILLE — At the First Baptist Church Sunday the Rev. Harold E. Lane will use as his sermon topic- at the morning worship hour, "The Barbless Hook.' Mis message at the evening service will he "This We Affirm." A pictorial report on the National Convention in Detroit will also lie given at the evening session. The Senior High Fellowship and j vesper Services will he held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hall at 2 p.m. Sunday. On Monday children's vacation chtireH school starts it I 9 a.m. and junior high vacation church school at 1 p.m. each day. The Junior Department Workers' Conference will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. S. J. Rice. Quilting will bo held Tuesday in the basement of the church. The Women's Conference takes place at MacMurray College in Jacksonville Tuesday through Thursday. On Wednesday 1 h e midweek prayer and Bible study & Youth Bible study takes place al 7:30 p.m. The annual father and son banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. At the vacation church school on Friday at 11:30 a.m. a sack lunch will be enjoyed by the children's division. The Senior High Fellowship will sponsor a candy sale Saturday to lielp finance a Korean orphan for the summer. Orders may be left at the church. The sermon topic at the morning worship Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church will be "A Wonderful Revelation." Announcement has been made that the Methodist Men sub-district meeting will be held at Shipman at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The Rev. A. A. Ledebuhr, pastor of Hope Lutheran Church has announced that scheduled hours for he classes and the worship serv- ce will continue during the summer months. Sunday School and Bible classes are at 8:30 a.m. ind Worship Service .at 9:30 a.m. Marriage Licenses Issued JERSEYVILLE - A marriage icense was issued in the office 3f County Clerk Linda Crotchett on June 6 to Silas Monroe Bur- ;ess of 907 N. Liberty and Carmen Louise Tucket of 1104 Locke St. Jerseyville. A license to wed was also granted in the county clerk's office on June 7 to Elroy Little of 415 E. Carpenter, Jerseyville, and Peggy J. Bannister of Rte. 1 Jerseyville. Guest at Landon Home JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Leola Henry of Maryville, Tenn., arrived Thursday for an indefinite visit with her sister-in-law Mrs. Kathleen Landon. Mrs. Henry is a fotmer resident of Jerseyville. Return to Louisiana JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Richard White and four children eft today for their home in Lafayette, La. after spending a week n Jerseyville as guests of Mr. White's mother, Mrs. J. Irving White and other relatives. Near Perfect Record JERSEYVILLE — Victor C. •Crauschaar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Kraushaar of Jerseyville, member of the 1963 graduating class of the Jersey Com- nunity High School, has an outstanding attendance record as a student. Through oversight his name was omitted from the list of students recognized for their attendance records at the commencement of the local high school. Young Kraushaar had never missed a day at school during his four years in high school and only missed four days during his elementary school days. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. 12 N 0 0 N Schneithorst's "FINK fOfWS SINCE 1917' LocalP(| in the New HOLIDAY INN — Edwardsville, III. On ISy I'uss (i(i iiild 111. 187 n( Stinscl Hill. SERVING DAILY 6 A.M.-12 P.M. FEATURING ON SUNDAY A FAMILY SMORGASBORD — I I a.m. . 4 p.m. • DINNERS STARTING AT $2.25 • BUFFET LUNCHEON SERVED MONDAY THRU FRIDAY— II a.m.- 2 p.m. DIAL EDW. 656-3115 FOR RESERVATIONS HARDIN — All alumni of Calhoun High School, and those who attended Kampsville High School and Hardin High School when they were in operation, have been invited to attend an alumni meeting Sunday afternoon at Cnl- houn High School here. According to James V. McDonald, the former students are expected lo assemble at 2 p.m., and the entire afternoon has been set aside for the event. A large crowd if expected to attend. The same, afternoon, and at the same place, students of Calhoun High School will meet to exchange year book autographs. The books arrived late, and the students were not able to circulate their books for signatures before the end of school. Club Women to Meet HARDIN — The June meeting of the Hardin Woman's Club, which is planned for Tuesday, June 11, at Pere Marquette Park, will be preceded by a salaci smorgasbord at 6:30 p.m. Club members will meet at 6 p.m., at the corner of County Road anri French Street, here to drive to the park. Program chairmen Mrs. Hubert Shaw and Mrs. Lloyd Large hope to present a Boy Scout group in an Indian ceremonial. Club members have been invited to bring their children for this entertainment. To Visit in Normal HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aderton will go to Normal, this evening where they will be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Norris. On Sunday, they will attend the annual Pilgrimage program at Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Children's School. This affair is sponsored each year by the American Legion and the Auxiliary of Illinois. Mrs. Aderton is serving this year as president of the Auxiliary's Third Division, which includes the 14, 15, 16 and 20th districts. Returns to California HARDIN — Carl Becker of Los Angeles Calif., has returned to his home after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker of Kmpsville. This was his first trip to Illinois in 13 years. All of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Becker were present for a potluck dinner at the Becker home Air Conditioned OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY MATINEE SUNDAY . DEAN MURTIN LANA MNER Sat., Sun., 2:44, 0:00, 0:10 P.M. Sunday. A large number of other relatives and friends called at (he Becker home to see the Clifornia visitor hefore his departure. Training School HARDIN - A <I-H Food Demonstration training school will be Riven by Mrs. Peter W. Simon, home adviser, and Miss Mary Alice Rcsor, slimmer assistant, Wednesday, at !) a.m. in the Farm Bureau building here. All girls who will give demonstrations al the county show will be required (o attend this training school, according lo Mrs. Simon. At 10:30 a.m. the same day, Miss Rosor will conduct a flower arrngemenl training school. All 4-H members enrolled in flower arranging are invited to attend, as well as others who my be interested. Samaritan Meddlers SAUSALJTO, Calif. (/P) — Air Force T. Sgt. Oliver B. Cleavenger, 35, found an isolated beach fishing spot off Ft. Baker, reached by a 100-fool rope tied lo a tree. Someone saw him dangling, and called rescuers. Spoiled his day's fishing. KATHMANDU — Nepal is pushing to launch a radio and TV network which will be called the Voice of the Himalayas. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. ftp|:|l WILD in ntvl GOOS£ * BARGAIN, CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto KOXANA, HI* Tiiurs.-Fri.-Sat. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous .from 1 p.m. No Parking: Problems Ph. GL 4-0013 or CL 4-7271 TONITE-SUN. Jackie Gleason, Glynis Johns "PAPA'S DELICATE CONDITION" Color Tonito 0:08 Sun. 1:30 5:10 0:02 Jeff Chandler—Ty Hardin "Merrill's Marauders" Color Tonito 7:25 Sun. 3:08 (!:54 Selected Shorts LAST NITE CAPRI oio ST LOUIS RD: ci.4-2114 OPEN 7:00 Starts Dusk lewis A PARAMOUNT REl£AS£ PLUS 3RD HIT "PAYROLL" ZH^ STARTS SUN. A HORSEPLAYERS WIFE IS NOT A HAPPY ONEI DEM MflWlN- TURNER WHOSGOTn ^ sweet it is..[ Jackie Gleason Papas Delicate Condition, Technicolor' «JOHNS TONITE Thru TUES. BEL*AIR HWY 66 & 1 11 TR 6-9636 OPEN 7:00 Start* Dusk ICOLOR 2ND HIT! 3RD HIT! KEEL • LOUISE • ANDERSON • HOLLIMAN NOW! ENDS THURS. . MJDIE MIWPHV • JOANNE DRU • GILBERT ROUND Sat., Sun., 1:00, 4:18, 7:34 STARTING WEDNESDAY First Big Summer Matinee Of The Season. Every Wednesday, Continuous Doors Open 12:30 P.M. Show Starts 1:15 P.M. ALL SEATS 25c 2 BIG HITS "NAKED SPUR" "LADY & THE TRAMP" STARLIGHT 0 K IV E • IN THEATRE : ROUTE MO, COLLEGE AVE. • ALTON. ILLINOIS BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 NOW Thru TUES, THE TRIFFIDS ARE COMING! in THE TRIFFIDS ARE GROWING! THE TRIFFIDS CINEMASCOPE' COLOR ALMS) science 'liclan mil ttaft time! * RIISIS PLUS SECOND FEATURE MICHAEL CRAIG • FRANCOISE PREVOST OWL SHOW TONITE Spencer Tracy "BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK" Color Curloons—I'rec Pluycruund—Children Admitted ITCO Matinees Today and Sunday 12:45—Open Monday 11:45 FUNNIKR Than You've, Seen Tliein Before! BOB HOPE LUCILLE BALL Shown Today & Sunday i :25, H:'JO, 5:20, 7:15 !): 15 Monday 7:15, 0:1(1 CRITIC'S CHOICE n TECHNICOLOR COIIAIWMO MARILYN MAXWELL RIP TORN JESSIE ROYCE LANDIS JOHN DEHNE* JIM BACKUS Pteunldj by WAHNtR BROS. Bob ..with (In; choice nf four sisters. . . ho hud to pick the screwball! EXTRA! CARTOON THE ROAD RUNNER "BEEP PREPARED" They've got a 12-year-old son with • 40-year old mind... Pepsodent Tickets Honored During This GRAND: Next Friday—Price, Karloff, Lorre "The Raven' TODAY & SUNDAY Matinees Open 12: THE MOST DIABOLICAL PAGES EVER WRITTEN /// 2 BIG FIRST-RUN TIIIMLUCKS! VINCENT PRICE W HIS MOST CHILLING PORTRAYAL OF fVII iliai'V otf 21 madman TECHNICOLOR* .,:?;?!'.!?:;. Shown 2:10, 0:00, 9:20 NO EMPIRE COULD STOP THEM... NO MAN COULD CONQUER THEM I OUISJOUROAN-SYIVIASYMS EASTMANCOLOR Released thru UNITED ARTISTS Shown 1:05, 4:25, 7:45 GRAND: Soon— Marlon Brando "The Ugly American PAUL NEJVMAN IS t PWMWUN! Kit Hit NOW! KNUS TUKS.

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