Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 28, 1963
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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1963 All dollar hills now in circii-j TUNIS — Dam construction in lation are silver ccrtificntos. ;Tunisia is expected to oat into ••••BBMBBBBBMBBBBBBBI • government reserves. Dr. Davis to Leave Carlinville Clinic WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO HAVE PIZZA AT MIDTOWN DINING ROOM SERVING NIGHTLY 8:30 TO 12:30 7th & Central Alton, III. ALTON RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., JUNE 29 Music by BILL BERUTTI 9-T a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member ROMANTIC BALI HAI SUPPER CLUB offers you another extra! HAROLD FOWLER AT THE PIANO Fri.-Sat.- & Sun, p.m. COME OUT FOR DINNER OR COME OUT LATER FOR BEVERAGES AND SNACKS, Sing Along with Harold EAT HERE OR CARRY OUT! i FRIED CHICKEN s; 99« CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA LARGE SIZE! Sausage, Mush- Reg. $ | AQ room, Pepperoni, Hamburger 1.60 I a/Lv VIEWS 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 I CARLINVILLK — Dr. Donald IP. Davis, who has bron associated i with Cnrlinville Clinic since last 'November, is leaving Carlinvil!ei (ho first of July to become associated with one of bis former surgery instructors in Milwaukee, \Yis. No repl;icenieiit has been made for Dr. Davis who specialized in surgery. Whent Harvest CARLINVILLE — The wheat haivest is ;it its peak in Ma- caupin County and with the continued warm and dry weather should lie well along to completion within a few days. Grain companies report an excellent quality with low moisture content is being brought in daily. The harvest yield is reported above average and in some cases 55 bushels per acre have been brought in. The common reported yield is 45 bushels per aerc. The price being paid is said to bo somewhat lower than last year. Cutting corners at high speeds shortens the life of tires. THE LEGEND has bt-Kiin.. .our steaks .. .the best in the Midwest. THE GLADES Rt. I South—Carlinville, 111. GRASS CARPET MEYER ZOYSIA + Emerald Green at 100° ^ Grows in Any Soil Needs '/3 Less Cutting + Needs </3 Less Water A- Water and Crabgrass and Weeds Are Eliminated Plant Big 2-£ Plugs Every Sq, Ft, Morning Star Nursery HO 5-3292 Hoffman Supply HO 5-5232 Piasa Nursery 466-1955 Dodson's Garden Gate 466-1511 PLANTING PLUGGERS FOR RENT Speech Contest For Jersey 4-H>ers Set JERSEYVILLE — The annual contest for all 4 II Club members in Jersey County in public speaking and demonstration will be held at the Farm Bureau Building the evening of July 11 beginning at 8 o'clock. A winner and an alternate will be selected who will participate in the state public speaking event and demonstration contests to be held during August at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield. Neighbor's Night JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Order of Eastern Star will hold a Neighbor's Night for the purpose of honoring neighboring chapters Tuesday evening. Mrs. Howard Gerson of Hardin and Mrs. Marx VVieneke of Grafton will be the guest of honor. The meeting is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. The worthy matron of Chapter 556 is Mrs. Hargiss Maholland of Jerseyville and the worthy patron is Edgar Mallott. Parents of a Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cummings of Kane have chosen the name Daniel Roy for their infant son born June 25 at the Jersey Community Hospital at 1 a.m. The baby weighed eight pounds. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Devening of Fieldon. Other children in the family are Barbara 11, Beverly 9, David 5, Elizabeth 3 and Trade 21 months. JUNE 29 7 P.M. Installation of Women Officers - DANCE 9 p.m.-l a.m. .Music by AL REZABECK Members and Guests Welcome :: ALTON MOOSE ;: LODGE No. 951 t Completely Air Conditioned < 3821 College Alton IBBBBMBHBHEBMHBBCLIP THIS COUPONB B B B B B B B B B B B Bl IBB m Z O o u I Io. 3 U COLONEL HARLAHO D. SANDERS' "BONUS BUCK Good For COLONEL SANDERS' } Redeemable Only ONE DOLLAR Toward Purchase Of One "FAMILY SIZE BUCKET" of "KENTUCKY x , PRIED CHICKEN". 15 Pieces Chicken, Pint Gravy, C Rolls "It's Fmgor-lickm' Good REG. S3.50 BUCKET FRIDAY, JUNE 28 SATURDAY, JUNE 29 One bucket' p«r customer, and only one "Bonvj Buck" accepted on each, bucket. Offer limited to dates her«V on and may be'withdrawn without" notice. >,' , , ;,'/ '-/ Not Good On Sunday (Void lf~ altered in any way)' i ONLY S2.50 WITH THIS COUPON O c/t O O c •o O z CLIP THIS COUPON AND BRING IT TO ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE 3030 GODFREY RD. | 1 PHONE 466-0201 I open umiy in u P.M.-FI-I. & siu. in 2 A.M. | 7800 CLAYTON RD., ST. LOUIS '•••BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBCLIP THIS COUPON)BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI I SHOW AND LEGION CLUB GROUNDS GRAFTON SUNDAY, JUNE 30th Legion Parade . 2:00 P.M. * Water Ski Show 3:30 P.M. Featuring the Ski Pals of Alton * Dance 7:00 P.M. * Carnival and Rides on Grounds * Fish Dinners Starting at 11:00 A.M. Public Invited To All Events Dances Every Saturday Night and Sunday Afternoon Throughout the Summer Season Hosmial Notes Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Daisy P. Stoddhrd, Rte. 1, Edwardsville. Mrs. Eudora Boyer, 1127 Union. VIrs. Delores Linders, Hartford. Mrs. Marie Heneghan, 140 Circle, East Alton. Mrs. Alberta Smith, Rte. 1, Jerseyville. 51 vis Wilson, Cottage Hills. SURGICAL Mrs. Esther F. Wickenhauser, 122 Virginia, East Alton, ary Jackson, 48 Edwardsville. DISMISSALS Miss Stella Dake, East Alton. John L. Barrett, 603 Brookside. Slgin Hinson, East Alton. Mrs. Leota Season, 555 N. First. Mrs. Stella Yates, East Alton. Mrs. Hester Crandall, 639 Ferguson. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Jacquelyn Wilson, 469 Sul livan, East Alton. Miss Gretta Petitt, 282 S. Ninth, Wood River. William Sherman, Bethalto. j.vnn Kesinger, 3518 California. Ben Bryant, 1414 Willard. Mrs. Evelyn McCleod, 2300 Hoi man. DISMISSALS Mrs. Caroline Schwegel, 709 Henry. William Begley, 448 Bluff. Mrs. Beulah Treece, East Alton. <arla West, Wood River. ,lrs. Bertha Sheff, 1637 Rodgers. Mrs. Mary Borror, 3626 Coronado 'asper Crivello, Brighton. Benny Copeland, Wood River. St. Joseph's MEDICAL VIrs. Ora Boyle, Brighton. Glen Mullins, 507 Washington. Mrs. Elsie Wilkins, 3160 Paul. Mrs. Virginia Zarantello, 110 Acton, Wood River. Mrs. Cora Chaffer, 1306 State. Donald Shewmake, 553 Whitelaw, Wood River. oe L. Sharp, 1816 Belle. VIrs. Patricia Baine, 1162 Miland, Wood River. Celly Hendricks, 1719 Feldwisch. Elbert Dixon, Rte. 4, Godfrey. SURGICAL Clemens Kellerman, Glen Carbon Randell Cope, 428 Eighth. Charley Withers, 219 Goulding, East Alton. DISMISSALS VIrs. Norma Biondolillo, E. Alton Leonard Bussman, Rte. 2, Edwardsville. Linda McCarter, Edwardsville. VIrs. Marie Harris, 102 Elble. Ray L. Monican, Granite City. VIrs. Ruth Kelsey, Godfrey. Mrs. Reba McClintock, Roxana. Mrs. Louise Marks, Edwardsville Calvin May III, Edwardsville. Jonathan Mills, Godfrey. Mrs. Imogene Patterson, 3025 Fern wood. Mrs. Florence Richey, Bethalto. John Rico, 2517 Elizabeth. Miss Linda Rowling, Grafton. Richard Rudd, 1003 Easton. Mrs. Zilka Shoptaw, Rte. 5, Edwardsville. landra Stellbrink, East Alton. Mrs. Barbara Strickland, Edwardsville. Mrs. Muriel Turnbeaugh, Cottage Hills. Leo Walthers, St. Louis. Mrs. Louise Wells, 2513 Krum. Marie Lisenbee, Jerseyville. Mrs. Flonnie Deck, '/?24 Residence. Mrs. Sharon Wallace, Rte. 1. Mrs. Louise Kelly, 614 Alby. Mrs. Lois Rogers, East Alton. Mark Davis, East Alton. Mrs. Doris Brooks, 830 Logan. Shirley Dewey, 2644 Sidney. Mrs. feonita Burney, 3560 Omega Mrs. Rena Miller, 2609 Hillcrest Mrs. Mary Leady, 2809 Residence Eleanor Alexander, Wood River. Randy Williamson, Jerseyville. Eric Bryant, Eldred. Floyd Klaus, Highlanad. Mrs. Opal Balanger, 1812 Crest. Georgine Stavros, 2326 Edwards. Jersey Community MEDICAL William Kemper, Medora. Mrs. Mary Ryan, Jerseyvirlle. Mrs. Edgar Schroeder, Jerseyville SURGICAL Russell Jackson, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Charles Stanley, Jerseyville Robert Winslow, Fieldon. Mrs. Cecil Plummer, Fieldon. Rose Ann Goetze, Meppen. Cheryl Burch, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Jess, Jerseyville. Greenfield GREENFIELD — Miss G e a n Cole, worthy advisor of Greenfield Assembly Order of Rainbow for Girls, and Miss Mary Sonneborn, immediate past worthy advisor, are attending sessions of th? Grand Assembly in Chicago this week. They were accompanied by Mrs. Claude Linn, mother advisor of the assembly. Mr. and Mrs. David Bossert and son have returned to their home in Oregon, 111., after spending several days with Mrs. Bossert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters. The Rev. and Mrs. Raleigh Gordon and family are spending a two weeks vacation with relatives in Minnesota. Dennis Gleason, a student minister, will be in charge of services at First Baptist Church Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Findley to Visit in Jersey ville JERSEYVILLE - Cong. Paul Findley of Pittsfield will be here Saturday to meet with constituents and discuss the problems Jersey County residents may wish to take up with him. Findley will be at the office of the county clerk in the courthouse from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be entertained at a coffee. Damage To Tombstones JERSEYVILLE - Police are investigating acts of vandalism committed recently at St. Francis Cemetery. A report was made to the local police that four tombstones on family plots had been damaged during the week. Police have requested persons observing trespassers in the locality to report the same to police headquarters here. Family Home From Overseas JERSEYVILLE - Lt. Col. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Dirks and children, Susan, Jeff, Debbie, Tim and Melissa, who have been overseas for four years, will arrive the middle of July to spend a week with Mrs. Dirk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orn C. Worsham. Lt. Col. Dirks is a pathologist in the U.S. Army Medical Corps and was stationed in Germany for three years and in England a year. From Jerseyville the family will go to Maryland where Lt. Col. Dirks will be stationed at Ft. Dietrich. The couple's daughter, Melissa, who will be three years of age in September was born in Germany and will meet her grandparents More than 4,155,591 acres of timberland were burned by the 104,662 forest fires reported in 1960. Cuba is buying more olive oil. lere for the first time on their visit. Plan to Visit Germany JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bare and children, returned to their home in Tucson, Ariz., after spending two weeks visiting Mrs. Bare's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Landon Sr., of the Union Forest area. Mr. and Mrs. Bare are completing plans for a trip to Essen, Germany, where they will attend the Internation Gymnastics festival during July. Mrs. Bare visited her parents here before going to Chicago to attend the first United States Gymnastics Federation championships. Mr. Bare is executive director of the federation which has Its headquarters In Tucson. German glassmakers will expand. Comfortably COOL WILDEY Alton Memorial MEDICAL Matthew Napoli, Wood River. Mrs. Grace Smith, 231 Hamilton. Mrs. Lula Jackson, 1231 Brown. Mrs. Maxine Owens, Rte. 1, Alton. Lewis Nance, Michael. SURGICAL Walter Bellemore, Rte. 1, Godfrey Stephanie Boedeker, 1116 Douglas lynthia Hazelhorst, East Alton. Karen Spiker, 608 Edmond. Miss Elizabeth Luer, 91 Elm. Mrs. Carolyn Hoagland, 3016 Edwards. Richard Alford, Godfrey. Mrs. Joann Harbison, Bethalto. Silas Black, East Alton. Clarence Scherbs, Carlinville. Carrio Mathis, Moro. Mrs. Ruby Rushing, Bi'ighton. DISMISSALS Margie Broyles, 1118 Fourth. Naomi Woods, 1701 Nelson. Gary Gerson, East Alton. Russell McLean, Bunker Hill. Nellie Ebbler, 911 Gold. MATINEES Sat. & Sun. Open 12:45 BOB HOPE. THAT HEAOSTRON9 HERO... EXPLORES AFRICA AND BAGS A ELt ADAMS / LIONEL JEFFRIES «ARNOLD PALMER * _ _ T" ALBERT R. BROCCOLI Sffil HARRY SALTZMAN "if" GORDON DOUGLAS u ion noovam ««• M ma m ma Shown Tonite 7:10, 9:10 — Sat. 1:25, 3:25, 5:20, 7:15, »:15 Extra: Foghorn Leghorn Cartoon "A SUCK CHICK" Kemember Tuesday "Kiddies Summer Fun Show" 1:30 GRAND; Next Thursday—Disney's "SAVAGE SAM" July 12—"THE LONGEST DAY"—Soon "Summer Magic" FASHION LANE Super Discount Center OPEN 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY Through SATURDAY. SUNDAY 12:30 to 5 p.m. ROXANA, ILL. THURS Fill—SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 4-0813 or CL 4-1271 TONITE—SAT—SUN. Efrem Zimlmlist Jr., Shelley Winters, June Fonda "THE CHAPMAN REPORT" Color — Adults — 8:44 Anthony Qiilnn, Jackie Glcuson, Julio Harris "REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT" 7:12 Selected Shorts FRI., SAT., SUN, No Matinee Saturday Matinee Sunday Doris Day, Jimmy Durante, Martha Rayc, Stephen Boyd in PANAVBMN® and METROCOLM Shown Frl., Sut. 8:40 Sun. 1:12, 4:04, 8:30 OUTER SPACE TECHNICOLOR® . A ran tin* M* Shown Frl. & Sut. 7:15 Sunday 3:28, 7:05 •Mli DRIVE-IN • THEATRE ROUTE 140, COUEGC AW. • AITON, .ILLINOIS Vour Favorite Family Drive-In Box Office Opens at 7 HELD OVER THRU TUESDAY MCTRO-GOLDrYYfWER Tyranny aboard a hell ship! L FIRS! TIMK AT I'OI'ULAK PRICKS CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE Owl Show Tonite & Sat. R. Taylor "Ride Vaquero" COLOR CARTOONS — KREE PLAYGROUND TONITE Thru TUES. CAPRI OLD ST.LOUIS RD. CL.4-2114 IT COULD BE THE MOST TERRIFYING MOTION PICTURE I HAVE EVER MADE!" ALFRED HiTCHCOCKS "TlieBirds" PLUS! { "PARANOIAC^] BEL*AIR BIG EXCITING HITS TOGETHER In Color and Scope SAT. & SUN. Muts. Sut. & Sun. 1 I'M TONITE Thru TUES. HARRY SM.TZMAIU ALBERT R. BROCCOLI _ THE WEIRDEST! THE WILDEST! HALF WOMAN! HALF STONE! Bob HOP6 Anita EKberg HERCULES ;, d CAPTIVE WOMEN REG PARK FAY SPAIN Rare bird .42-2o-36 extiemely warm-blooded ammdl natural habitat with man .. runs wild 3RD HIT! UK RHONDA FLEMING LANG JEFFRIES Tonlto «i:80 »:20 — Sat. 1:00 3:60 6:45 9:40 Tonite 8;lo, 2:40, 5:35, 8:30 CJWDiDKTE EXTRA: Cartoon Laff—Bugs Bunny "HOT CROSS BUNNY" Opmi 7:00 Starts Dusk Hope bags that most elusive of all species,.. an Ekberg*!

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