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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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Friday, June 14, 1963
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 14,1963 Plans ran for the u.s. to} Music Program to launch n down or so "flying Inb j Start at Bethalto nrntorins" rnllod Surveyors. ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., JUNE 15 Music by WILL BLACK 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member I BETHALTO — The summer music program for beginning band students will -start Monday at 9 Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Helen White. 523 Wyss. Mrs. Timmie Wilson. 1729 Main. Jef- don Is who have instruments! should bring them to the meeting., 1 The national (lower o( Costa Rica, sunrin morada. is a purple wild orchid. THE LEGEND lins lu'Kim oilr stciiks . the best in tin- Midwest. THE GLADES lit. I South—Curlinvillr, III. a.m. in the hand room of Civic Jo< . rph Q|1 , Hjc 1f)]0 park Memorial High School, according Lonnjc Flnnlrn , Orafton. lo Krnest Opp. music director. M| . s Adp|( , Mt , clintock , 411 Onp said class scheduling and f crson . transportation will be arranged all Ml . s / Lois R ORPrs , East Alton, the meet ing. He also stated stu-| Mrs _ Louisp Ke ,, y| 614 A]by Mrs. Clarissa Hopkins. Godfrey. Mrs. Verna Kreitzer. 2300 Agnes. Charles Eastman. 942 McKinley. Mrs. Martha Fry, 2128 Seminary. SUHGIOAI, Nancy Keltic. 3201 Oakwood. Daniel and Sandra Hester, Moro Mrs. Grace Vanata, 1216 Rock ! Spring Drive. | Mrs. Gloria Daves. Bethalto. j Mrs. Dorothy Lawrence, E. Alton | Gene Duncan, Roxana. Cynthia Knippins. Roxana. Larry Wieneke, East Alton. Dehorah Wieneke, East Alton. Mrs. Doris Becker, 633 Wash ington. Mrs. Juanita Clayton, Bethalto Judy Carpenter. Bunker Hill. Robert Peclio, East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Betty Gibson, 2308 Birch. CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA SPECIAL! LARGE SIZE! Reg. 1.60 • Sausage • Mushroom • Pepperoni • Hamburger 1.29 1/2 FRIED CHICKEN EAT HIiUli OR CARRY OUT .. VIETH'S 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 HEAT!! WITH A ROOM AIR CONDITIONER Mrs. Carol Orr, 1013 Diamond. Mrs. Evelyn Weissenfluh, Wood River. Mrs. Donna McCoy, Godfrey. Laura Toppmeyer, Hardin. Lavona Toppmeyer, Hardin, Mrs. Viola Koenig, Jerseyville. Mrs. Emilie Monical, 13 Hebner William Harvey, 3514 Coronado. Cecelia Nestle, 3202 Franor. Mrs. Mary Plummer, Medora Lori Parks. 3526 Fullerton. Joy Bcne/.e, 3407 McArthur. James Goodrich, 321 Alby. Mrs. Wanda Atwood. 1218 Seminary. Mrs. Emma Seago, 615 Winkler. Mrs. Nellie Pruett, Bethalto. Mrs. Edith Scoggins, 231 Madison Mrs. Darline McCollum, Bethalto Mrs. Delores Gerdes, Jerseyville James Riley, Wood River. Mrs. Mildred Martin, Brighton. Verna Malone. South Roxana. Mrs. Belty Gibbs, East Alton. Airs. Juanita Weigler. Jerseyville Mrs. Shirley Gibbs, Roxana. Jon Herreid, 3244 Hawthorne. Thomas Smith, 2085 Shady PI. Mrs. Judith Carter, Wood River. John Weissler, St. Louis. Mrs. Jean ington. Husband, 612 Wash- Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Clyde Myers, Jerseyville. SURGICAL John Allen, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Miss Catherine Schleeper, Hardin Judy Kay Kraushaar, Jerseyville St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Shirley Liley, 2455 Alby. COOLS — DEHUMIDIFIES & FILTERS THE AIR LETS YOU SLEEP IN COMFORT ALTON HOME IMP. WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO HAVE PIZZA AT WIGTOWN ROOM 12 E. Ferguson Wood River, III. 254-0601 652 E. Broadway Alton, III. HO 2-9246 SERVING NIGHTLY 8:30 TO 12:30 7th * Central Alton, 111. A SURE SIGN OF AN ENJOYABLE MEAL! if-Serv ice DRIVE-IN £RN HAMBURGERS ROAD Mrs. Anna Bigler. 4500 College. Sally Schoeberle. Brighton. Mrs. Ixirctla Medlock, Godfrey. Joan Austin. Brighton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Clara Swan, Wood River. Miss Regina Drexelius, Bethalto. Ronald Pickerel. East Alton. Paul Weller. Wood River. Mrs. Germaine Collins. 3-12B Fnl- lerton. Miss Cheryle Allsman, Cottage Hills. Douglas Mulhollanri, 23V1 Tibbill. Si. Joseph's MBDICAL Mrs. Ann Bennette, Edwardsville Carl Robertson, 217 Kingshigh- way, East Alton. Mrs. Ethel Sanders, 1142 Long. Miss Joan Kuhl, 731 E. Fifth. Clifford Dietv.el, Dorsey. Perry Johnson, fi'25 Bellwood. East Alton.. SlilUlIOAL Mrs. Barbara Woodall, 136 S. Central. Wood River. Mrs. Alice Mo.Cauley, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Bertha Buckley, Edwardsville. Mrs. Mary Tungett, 3415 Oakwood Mrs. Genevive Eberhart, Edwardsville. Valerie Wittman, 1909 Burling. Johnnie Ward, 1314 Garden. Orville Darr. Bethalto. Regina Drexelius. Bethalto. Michael Bridges, 219 Harriett. Mrs. Irene Frison, 1310 Highland. Mrs. Lucille Edwards, 1915 Piasa Maryllyn Manns, 3001 Edwards. Mrs. Mary Chester, SOS Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Ruthella Byers, Cottage Hills. Miss Kelly Crowson, Dow. Mrs. Maggie Dennis. 1913 Alby Mrs. Mary Grisham, 2308 Hale. Mrs. Betty Hagen, Jerseyville. HAWAII ON 64 CENTS Jack right) and Dan Knowles, Wood River, begin their journey to Hawaii by thumbing on Edwardsville road at Ninth Street. The pair had 64 cents between them. They have journeyed to California twice on less than a dollar, they said. Karl Paul Harrison, Hutchins, Edwardsville. Fail-mount. Mrs. Mary Jamison, East Alton Mrs. Pearl Kallal, Jerseyville. '-lenry Kramer, Brighton. Mrs. Frances Larsh, 3504 Omega. Mrs. Annie Mike, 53 Sullivan. Mrs. Lucille Millitello, 717 Central Elizabeth Rathgeb, 116 Seneca. Mrs. Margaret Reiff, Godfrey. Mrs. Helen Ressman, 3402 Come- In Place. Courtney Richardson, Alhambra Mrs. Patsy Weber, Edwardsville. eorge Wreath, Rte. 1, Alton. WATCH FOR THEM! Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Nettie Scoggins, 617 Winkler William Fewell, Hartford. Mrs. Irene McNeilly, Bethalto. SURGICAL Ray D. Kidd, Godfrey. Mrs. Lillie Shewmaker, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Larry Zumwalt, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Anna Rigney, 410 Ferguson John Marmino, 426 Short. Mrs. Clover Strang, Carrollton. Mrs. Lavon Cook, 703 Berry Rd Robin Pickett, Cottage Hills. Elmer Graham, 543 Mildred. Mrs. Mary .Phillips, East Alton Leon Anslyn, East Alton. Dale Rowley, 614 N. First. Billy M. Davis, East Alton. Miss Fae Dodd, Cottage Hills. Carlinville Man Gets Medical Degree CARLINVILLE — James C Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Reid, Carlinville, received the legree of doctor of medicine recently from the University of Illinois. Dr. Reid is a 1956 graduate of Carlinville Community High School, and attended Blackburn College. At the University of Illi- lois he was the third generation of his family to be a member of he University of Illinois Band, -lis father is bands director in the Carlinville schools. Dr. Reid is married to the for- ner Doris Rosentreter, of Carlin- ille. They have one daughter. He vill leave for Decatur, III., in I June, where he will intern at the Decatur-Macon Co. Hospital. He eventually intends to practice general medicine in a small midwest- ern community. AME Churches to Present Koraliers The AME Churches of Alton wil present the "Koraliers in Concert' itl 3 p.m. Sunday at the Alli.n High School Auditorium. The group which i.s from Allon is under the direction of E. I. McGill. The public i.s invited and admission is a $1 donation. r•••••••••••••• ••••••••*•••• CLIP THIS COUPOUmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* 2 3 O o to X COLONEL HARLAND D. SANDERS' "BONUS BUCK Good For COLONEL SANDERS ' J1« O » 0 ?-S w :** o t * e - ONE DOLLAR! Toward Purchase Of One "FAMILY SIZE BUCKET" of > "KENTUCKY , FRIED CHICKEN". I IS Pieces Chicken, I 1'JnI Gruvy, (i Hulls "i!7 Redeemable Only REG. $3.50 BUCKET FRIDAY, JUNE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 15 On* bucket f*r *v»tomtr, and only ant "Bonus Buck" oec«pl«d on «och bvxktt, 0"er llmittd to dptci lion- on end may b« withdrawn withovt notict. Not Good On Sunday (Void if altered in any way) WITH THIS COUPON O r~ TJ •H X O o I CUP THIS COUPON AND BRING IT TO ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE 3030 GODFREY RD. PHONE 466.0201 open uuiiy tii ii p ' M --''" rl - & Sat ' "' AM | 7800 CLAYTON RD., ST. LOUIS Economy Tour Two Brothers Off to Hawaii with 64 Cents WOOD RIVER — Bound f o r Honolulu on (H raits arc Jack, 21, and Dan, 22. Knowles, 217 S. Ningth St., Wood River. They wont to California and back on less than a buck in 1961 and 1962, so that their high hopes on parting this week are a little more than a wild brainstorm. Jack and Dan will "thumb" their way, supporting themselves with odd jobs, and hope to join :he crew of a freighter at Pier 19 to Hawaii. Last year, they -made lo California in less than two day i t wo benevolent motorists. They worked in hotels in Las Vegas and were invited to have dinner with Pat Boone, singing star, while on their California trek. They survived on the road by washing dishes, once for 19 hours straight. They also waited on tables. Lodging was often roadside campouts. If and when they get to Honolu, they hope to find employment for an extended stay. Future plans they said, is a trip to Europe on less than a dollar. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Fidelity Club Plans Achievement Day FIDELITY — Fidelity Busy Bees 4-H Club has planned its local achievement day for July 5 at 2 p.m. at the Fidelity Hall. During the meeting, talks and demonstrations were given by Joyce IVC o o r e, Kathy Searls, Donna Brueggeman, Wanona Fritz, Kathy Linsley, Sandra Sandwehr, and Cindy Searles. Dianna Berry read a poem. Kathy Linsley led the recreational period. Fidelity Notes FIDELITY — Mrs. Melvin Wiegand, the General State Chairman of Woman's American Baptist Mission Societies of Illinois, attended the state conference at Jacksonville, Monday through Thursday. On Wednesday, Mrs. Hugh Moore Sr. and Mrs. Hugh Moore Jr., attended the conference. George Bell, who has been ill for several weeks, observed his 76th birthday at his home, last Friday. Yoir Open--- TONY'S Victorian I loom (Upstairs Over Tony's Lounge) 312 PIASA ST. DINNERS OPEN TO PUBLIC FKI.-SAT. EVENING 5 P.M. 'til ? SUN. — 12:00 NOON 'til ? Mon. thru Thurs.—Parties By Reservation CALL TONY or EDITH FOR PARTY INFORMATION Gin Kcpp Homes KRANKFORT, Ky. Iff) - Gov. Bert Combs has made three changes in the stale's public as- sistanco program lo relievo hm'd- ships on needy recipients. One change eliminates the requirements that needy persons give up their homes to qualify for assistance funds. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" ROXANA, ILL. Thur8.-Frl.-Sal. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking: Problems Ph. CL 4-01113 or CL 4-1271 TONITE-SAT.-SUN. Bette Davis—Joun Crawford Victor Buono "Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" 8:44 Dean Martin, Lima Turner Eddie Albert "Who Got the Action?" Color—7:06 SELECTED SHORTS ' Air Conditioned TONIGHT, SAT., SUN. No Matinee Saturday Kiddies Matinee Every Wednesday All Summer Sunday GENA ROWLANDS- mm -m «OU« MO. COIUGE AVt. . ALTON. K.UNOK = BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 NOW Thru TUES. "it could be the most terrifying motion picture I have ever made!" -ALFRED HITCHCOCK TECHNICOLOR ROD TAYLOR -JESSICA TANDY SUZANNE PLESHETTE PLUS 2ND FEATURE Show Tonite Al'UIK Ml'Ul'HY IN a Crooked Trail" Color Curtuuiis—free I'luygiiiund—CH1LPKUN ADMITTEB FREE I Tonight & Sut. at 9:25 p.m. John Luptoii and Mary Adams in "CLOWN AND THE KID" Tonight & Sat. at 7:12 p.m. East Alton Bible School Opens Monday EAST ALTON — Vacation Bible School of the First Baptist Church will open Monday for a period of two weeks, the Rev. Thomas McDermand, pastor, has announced. Classes will be conducted for children of kindergarten through junior high school groups daily from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Mrs. William Clausen and Gary Gates, church youth director, are serving as co-chairmen of the session which will he based on the theme, "The World and the Church." The school will close with a picnic and outing Julie 28. Dinner Party EAST ALTON -^ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rogers arid daughter, Doris, entertained at a family dinner party at their home at 229 May wood Dr., Wednesday, Among the guests. toere: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyda Mahana, Jerseyville; Mr* iand Mrs. Vance Mahana, Oric Mahanna, Payetle, Idaho; Wallowa, Ore.; Mis. Gladys Muray, Boise, Idaho; Mrs. Reta Lowrarice and tshtldren, Alton; and Mr. and Mrs., Larry Rogers and family. Theodore Roosevelt, youngest man lo attain the presidency at 42 began his political career as a New York assemblyman when he was 23 years old.' Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally TONITE Thru TUES. BEL+AIR HWY 66 « 111 TR 6-9636 7:00 Starts Dusk isshe?onl)NFAtTHFULwif oraTERRIFIED woman. 1 . TONTTE Thru TUBS. CAPRI OlD ST.IOUIS RD Ci.4-J114 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk ACADEMY AWARD 'BEST ACTOR' OF THE YEAR Kock HUDSON Dorothy MALONE 'Written on the Wind' 3RD HIT! Guy Madison "REPRISAL" TONITE SATURDAY SUNDAY Open Tonite 6:45 Sot. 12:45 The Master of Suspense is Back With Two of His Greatest I DORIS STEWART DAY Alfred Hitchcock's THE MAM WHO KNEWTOO TECHNICOLOR* rONITE 8:B« — SAT. 1:10 5:(IO 8:55 ION THE SAME PROGRAM) Alfred Hitchcock's "THE TROUBLE WTHHARKT TECHNICOLOR* Stining EDMUND GWENN JOHN FORSYTHE ^.SHIRLEY MacLAINE TONITE 7:15 — SAT. .1:20, 7:15 CARTOON: "THE PLOT SICKENS" STARTS I CHILD 35c—TEENS 75c—ADULTS 90c TONITE! For One Thrill Week ALSO SHOWN AT TONITE & SAT, with "Bailie of the World" OPEN TONITE 6:45—STARTS 7:00—MATINEES SAT. & SUN. STARTS 1 P.M. THE MACABRE MASTERPIECE OF TERROR! "TAKE THY BEAK FROM OUT MY HEART ... AND TAKE THY FORM FROM OFF MY DOOR . .. QUOTH THE RAVEN: 'NEVERMORE!'" -POE SHOWN TONITE 7:8(1 & 9:30 — SAT. & SUN. 1:80 3!30 £!^_^80 _»:30 EXTRA: Featurette "All Thar Oriental Jau" & Woody Woodpecker Cartoon GRAND: Next Tuesday Matinee 1:30 "KIDDIES' SUMMER FUN SHOW" "3 STOOGES IN ORBIT" Plus Carfooru—Pliis SurprUes—Over 2 Mrs. of Fun

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