Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1963 · Page 18
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June 11, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1963 Macotipin Board Adds One Voting Precinct CARLINVILLE — Slaunton|den; Uelrn Kllcna, Wilsonville; 'conlinur Number One rloctiow procincl was Loomirrt Hnmniann, Gillospic; split inlo two sppnrnfr prrcincfs, Adolph Schniiiockpr, Cnrlinvillr; by Mac-oupin County Bourn of Su-'Mfio Lorolln WaHncr. Girjini. pprvisors Monday. , AIso _ Ml , s . Marvin E nj olti BlII1 . In action during the rpguUirj krr Hil); All™ Kahl. Shiftman; monthly adjourned meeting, thej Russell Kenpy, rarlinvillp; Vrl-, hoard votpd 27-0 to re-district thpjma F. Hall, Palmyra; William j precinct. The two nc\v precincts | Anderson, Modpsto; Russell IXHV-; Will be labeled Staurrton One and is. Medora; Jess Talkington, Ches- Stauntow Five, said Cbunty Clerk| terfjpld: Harold Stults, Palmyra; Greenfield Churches Open Bible Schools GREENFIELD - Vacation Bi- ;ble srhool at Bethlomen Tabpr- nacle opened Mondny and will 11:30 a.m. for one week. The closing session will take place Friday morning. The vacation school at Pleasant Point Baptist Church, north of Greenfield, will he in session two weeks, June 10 until June 21. Edward Young. Therp are more than 8(KT registerpd voters in (he Virginia Keele. Chesterfield; Ryron M. Dugger, Palmyra; Ed- present Staunton One precinct Actual rodislrirting will he done at a later date. s;iid Young. In other action (lie board: Named Dr. Tim \Vratheiiord to| Brnl(| : the County Tuberculosis Sanitor-] '""villo: ium Board. Approved the prevailing wagi scale for employes engaged highway conKtriii'lion. ward E. Witlman, Brighton; Gloria Keck, Gillespir; E\ven M. i Bloemker, Staunlon: Mrs. Edna Stoffy. Ml. Olive; Mary Klobnak. imes A. JIallbauer, Car- Catherine Boehler, Girard. And. Carl Gardner, Girard; in i Mrs. Myrtle Billingsley, Virden; I Pauline Stewart, \ViIsonvilIe; Phil- Named H, B. Slutsman, Girard; Henry Mills, Shipman and Newell Strobeck. Brighton, to I h e Welfare Services Committee. Approved flic Friday following July 4 as a holiday for employes. county lip Griper, Carlinville; George L. Murphy, Virden; Ethel Gene Behrens, Bunker Hill; Helen Bullman, Shipman; Lawrence Barnstahle, Carlinville; Wilmer L. Henderson, Palmyra; Mrs. Josephine Quirk, Medora; Irma Hired Steve Piklich. Carlinville, j Fenton, Chesterfield; Melba Ribas dog catcher. I ble, Hettick; W. L. Hayes, Pal- Approved and selected thejmyra; Raymond L. Schoeberle, Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Parents of Son GREENFIELD - Cpl. and Mrs. David Fricker of Havelock, N.C., are parents of a son born June 1. Mrs. Fricker is the former Nancy Hankins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield. Melvin Hankins of Rabies Clinic At Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD - The annual Chesterfield area rabies clinic will Chesterfield from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, announced Dr. Robert Brakeville, DVM, of Litchfleld. "This includes cats as well as dogs," the doctor said, "and I urge cat owners to have their animals immunized. Few people be held at the Village Hall in realize that there is danger of rabies in cats as well as dogs," Closer fo Thee NEWARK, Ohio UP) - Because he travels extensively to give mission talks, and with an eye to possible missionary assignments in Africa or South America, the Rev. Marion An- he added. thony Serraglio has become a licensed single-engine aircarit pilot. "It's not a direct attempt to get to Heaven," Father Serraglio says, "but it might be a quicker way-" Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally regular and supplemental panel of grand jurors for the June term of the circuit court. Named were: Mrs. John Karlovic, Staunton; Mrs. Kathryn Beilovic, Ml. Olive; August Hied, Benld; Bcr- ta Caudle, Carlinville; Daisy Girard of Girard; Howard Miller, Girard; Mrs. Vida Kindle, Vir- STARLIGHT S&t Kim M» MUM AW. • JUOR UINM Box Office Opens at 7:00 ENDS TONIGHT 'THE DAY OF TRIFFIDS' 'PAYROLL' Starts Wed, for 1 Week 'It could be the most terrifying motion picture I have ever made'."-ALFRED HITCHCOCK ilFRED H1TCHCOCKS "TteBirds •ECHNICOLOR- • A Universal Releasi PLUS SECOND FEATURE Color Cartoons—Free Playground Children Admitted Free Brighton; Mary Klein, Gillespie. Hospital Notes CARLINVILLE — The follow ing admissions and discharges on dates indicated, are listed b, (he Carlinvillc Area Hospital. Admitted, June 8: Lorayne Mul lens, Chesterfield; Roy J. Kulen THE HOOVER PORTABLE Kvcrytliinc 1NSIDIC! Urnncl now idea in vacuum ckuiiicrs . . all your attach- nients Incliidlnj! hose rishl \vhoro you nei'd them. More sue- llun, mnri- ck'.ininjj ability, more 1 iliuilily . beraus'.' it's a HOOVIT. OPEN (i:45 — STAHTS 7:05 TONITE, WED., THURS. t BOB HOPE LUCILLE BALL CRITIC'S CHOICE TECHNICOLOR MARILYN MAXWEU RIP TORN JESSIE ROYCEIAN01S JOHN DEHNEK JIM BACKUS Shown 7:15, i):15 ROAD RUNXKR CARTOON Starts Friday "The Raven" knmp, Carlinv'ille; Mary J. Bloom field, Carlinville; Joyce K. Ad ams, Carlinville; Sandra Cunning ham, Carlinville and Bonnie M Reznicek, Hettick. Admitted, June 9: Crystal A Witt, Palmyra; Billy J. Sandretto, Gillespie; Hazel F. Bridges, Carlinville and Diane .E. Gary, Blackburn College. Admitted, June 10: Helen E. Fenton, Chesterfield; Mildred A. Kahl, Carlinville; Ricky D. Miller, Chesterfield; Randy Jo Miller, Chesterfield; Aletha M. Eddington, Bunker Hill; Arthur Y. Delaney, Gillespie; Mary V. Flori, Carlinville and Helen Beanblossom, Raymond. Discharged, June 8: Mrs. Frances Hersberger, Carlinville; Edward J. Oye, Carlinville; Gustav L. Wever, Carlinville; Mrs. Nettie Short, Carlinville and Mrs. Alice M. Gillen, Plainview. Discharged,' June 9: Crystal A. Witt, Palmyra; Mrs. Thelma M. Thiessen,Carlinville and Vernon D. Cain, Carlinville. Discharged, June 10: Troy L. Pettit, Carlinville; Bonnie M. Reznicek, Hettick and Frances L. Coats, Plainview. Mary Circle to Stage Potluck Thursday A potluck will be held by Mary Circle of College Avenue Presbyterian Church at a meeting at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Westerner Club Shelter No. 4 area. Dessert and a drink will be provided. Mrs. Lloyd Ballard will lead the devotions. Hostesses are Mrs. Noble Polley and Mrs. Gail Weinrich. Anyone desiring baby sitter service may call Mrs. Harold Eberlin. TONITE LAST TIMES PAUL NEWMAN "HUD" L_J: KDNKSI1AV 4 r HIE RflVElH .JfST """ " " K "" SK " 1 "• MTHECOLOR «J vine?*' PRICE ptunLORRE BOKisKARLOFF I l j lus: "Hulllo of the Worlds" jj 64 95 KASIKST Air Conditioned Kiddies' Summer Matinee" Every Wednesday Doors Open 12:30 Starts 1:15 P.M. Family Prices Wed. and Thurs.—All Seats 25c 1st Big Matinee Tomorrow Continuous All Day WED. AND THURS. James Stewart Janet Leigh M-G-M's GREAT DRAMA! TECHNICOLOR Wed. 2:50, 5:53, 9 P.M. WALT DISNEY'S happiest twosome Weil. 1:37, 4:81, 7:40 I'.M. MID 'AMERICA DRIVE-INS' CAPRI UID SF IOUIS HD Cl 4 ?||4 j if LAST NITE if Binvure! They Walli and Kill "The DAYS of TRIFFIDS" "PAYROLL- STARTS WED. GLENN FORD HOPE LANGE CHARLES BOYER * LAST NITE ir KLVIK I>KKSI,KY GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! "IT'S ONLY MONEY" STARTS WED. BEST ACTOR UW! SOWHA IXJHEN '5 MILES TO MIDNIGHT' "Written on the Wind" • i f OHI;N y.-oo - STARTS OUSK 11 HOOVER POLISHER-SCRUBBER Give* your floor* that Kondrubbed look. Also tcrubi ttw floor. $2450 HOOVER Convertible Nothing cleans your fugi a* well a* ONLY AT WOOD RIVER, ILL. NEWEST 1963 "MAGIC CHEF" GAS RANGES! • SPACIOUS STORAGE DRAWERS • CONVENIENT CLEANING DESIGN • SMOKELESS BROILER • UNIFORM HEAT DISTRIBUTION • FIBERGLASS INSULATION NEW GRILL INCLUDED CAN BE USED ON EITHER SIDE PRICED AT ONLY $ 119 50 GIVE A CHAIR FOR FATHER'S DAY FROM SCHWARTZ Swivel rocker. Deep foam in this oversize chair for supreme comfort. Helar on the soft pillow back. Reversible cushion for Mce the wear. Marvel at NYLON face cover that wears like nothing else. $69-95 Tall swivel rocker-with FOAM pillow headrest. NYLON face cover over ihick foam in the reversible double- wear seat cushion. Big and handsome for only $CQ.9S Have the fun of choosing the style that (its your own way of living (at a saving that makes it easy luxury). If you like clean, crisp architectural design; then you'll want to enjoy the unique sculptured look ot this bedroom of today. Or jf you thrill to the substantial styles of yesterday, you'll love this-bedroom inspired by the Italy of the Renaissance. Come in and see these values TODAYI t» •atygoing Convertible only 50 HOOVER CONSTELLATION The canister that offers more of what you want in a cleaner. $3095 Contemporary for the young at heart 4 PIECE GROUP $1 QQ "•• ^^ ^^ a month 62" triple dresserl Long, low and lovely in every tailored line. 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