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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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, JULY 6.'1969 Jersey County Grain Co, Grosses Over 6 Million JERSEYVILLE - The 31st annual meeting of the Jersey County Grain Co. lias been set for the evening of Aug. 8 at the Farm BUreatl auditorium. Reports ol the past fiscal year's business will be presented and patronage refunds will be distributed. Frank Rench, manager for the company, reported total sales for the year of $6,193,529.89. • The reported sales represent $5,325, 655.28 worth of grain and $867,864.61 of feeds and related farm supplies. On the reported sales, the company had gross earnings of $466,<156, and after t h e $358,982.89 were deducted, the net profit for the fiscal year totaled $107,482.04 Federal income taxes will total $21,500 to leave a balance of $85,924.04 to be returned to stockholders and Farm Bureau member patrons in stock dividends and patronage refunds. At its recent meeting of June 27, the board of directors at its SWIMMING Suntan Beach Daily! Follow Hwy. 04 out of W. Alton, Mo., to Station "Ouatoga" and turn left on Highway "H". New prices! Children, 2 to 12—25c Adults—$1.00 regular meeting declared patron age refunds as follows: on all graii purchased from member patrons one cent per bushel; on all feed purchased, six per cent on the do! lar which is an average of nearly $7 per ton, and three pel' cent 01 all steel bins, livestock cquipmen and fencing. The company serves nearly 2,1(X farmers in Jersey, Calhoun and Greene and has elevators in Jer seyville, McClusky, Kane and ; loading facility at Hardin on th Illinois River. The elevators serve farmers of the three county area SHOWED HIS SUBPOENA MIAMI m — A prospective jur or asked Circuit Judge Rober Anderson if he could be excused because "I've just had an opera tion and shouldn't sit too long a time." Judge Anderson asked, "Let's see your subpeona." The prospective juror unbutton ed his belt and exposed a scar before bailiffs could stop him and explain what the judge wanted to OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto TRIO CAFE: LELA 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 $4 40 A Sunday, July 7 pIUlllCIVIC MEMORIAL mill i AIRPORT RESTAURANT \ PHONE 259-3502 SUNDAY, JULY 7 Turkey and Dressing, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Beans or Corn, Jell-o, Slaw, Beets or Applesauce, $135 == • Hot Rolls and Butter 1 IOPEN TIL RE-OPEH!HG-Tues.July9 "Wagon Wheel" Restaurant 1 MILE OFF ROUTE 111 ON POAG ROAD • DIAL 254-9633 • ./,>-,- *>; v£»f,»,*•>>x ( ;',IKI :; *; ; ;;X;;i ,-," V *^-" •' \ FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! 1 2 FRIED CHICKEN With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CARRY OUT ONLY ;; L fc *vww**w , 0 ,M.45 COMET DRIVE-IN 3687 Broadway Alton OUR CHICKEN DINNERS ARE WORTH CROWING ABOUT Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken OPEN Mid-Town SUNDAY DINING ROOM AT NOON 7th and Central, Alton, III. SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsville Road, Wood River Pining Room Opens at 4 p.m, Saturday and .Sunday ENTnEES: Soups: Beef Noodle French Onion 1. Rainbow Trout saute Amandine, lemon garni 2. Roast Leg of Spring Lamb with mint sauce 3. Hungarian Goulash in casserole, buttered noodles 4. Baked Chicken, celery dressing, cranberry garni Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad Potatoes Potatoes Choice of; Assorted Relish Tray Dial CL 4.7612 for Reservation Jersey Band Concert Set Friday Night JERSEYVILLE — Beginning July 12 the Jerseyville Municipa Band will present a concert each Friday night through July nnc and August except during Jersey County Fair Week. The concerts will be given on the courthouse lawn and an ice cream social will be held in conjunction with the concert each night. Several organizations have already scheduled dates to spon sor the social but some are stil. available including the date 01 the opening night. Ferdinand Mucci, band director at the high school in White Hall, will be director of the Jerseyville band this year, Ray Brickey is band manager and Donald Daum, secretary. Members of the band include Need Some Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY OPEN SUNDAY 9 to 1 Picnic Profit Oils Streets At Brighton BRIGHTON — Approximately 51,500 of the profit from the recent Brighton Picnic Assn. picnic is being used to oil Brighton streets, most of them after being excavated for the installation of n sewer system. The annual picnic profit was estimated by Cal Vonnahmen, association president, at $2,000, including money taken in by a Khoury League concession. The league \vill use its money to pay for uniforms and other expenses. Streets on which sewer excavations have been complet.ec are being oiled. The excavation; have been covered with eigh inches of rock, according to terms ot the contract with R and R Construction Co., o: Alton, the sewer contractor. Later the streets will be coveted with asphalt and chat to pu them in final condition. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull 'Look! For ten years you've been wasting all that on the Phillies and before that it was the St. Louis Dr. Doak to Head C. of C. at Jersey \lrs. tngaba Rerio, as provided or In the will of her daughter, he late Mrs. Dorn White, are icing established by the Ship- mart Methodist Church. These nemorials to tngabo Reno are Icctronic chimes, hew pulpit urnlture, new carpeting for the sanctuary, improvements to the hurch school rooms and a how parsonage, on which construe- Ion has begun. The bequest from Mrs. Dora White was received in stocks, jonds and cash, totaling approximately $55,000. After the erection of the memorials the Balance will remain invested for 'uture special projects. Dividends will be used for a full- uitlon scholarship to McKendree College, to be awarded to MOSCOW — Russian musicians will get more government help. James Cope, Jerry Ruble, Jeff Radley, Roger Arris, Prentiss D Cheney, John Sunderland, Clar ence Schmidt, Daryl Gardner, David Smith, Alan Sweetman, TOIT Roady, Donald Daum, Roberl Scroggins, James Arris, George Entriken, Dr. Klinsach, Paul Brown, Robert Smith, Mike Brickey, James Brickey, and Ray Brickey Jr. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 7 DAYS A WEEK South Central—Old Edwardsvllle Rd. Intersection—Roxana Dlal CL 4-0429 || RESTAURANT: Every Wed. Spaghetti and Meatballs $ 1 ight Special! ALL YOU CAN EAT ---- I 25 «; Dinners WE TAKE PRIDE IN SERVING THE BEST! RAVIOLI * MOSTACCIOLI Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Bee)' VLB. HAMBURGER . . 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES • Regular Size Hamburgers !5c • CHEESEBURGER 25c • ROOT BEER Iii 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 ONLY' ' WILSH1RE RESTAURANT Wilshire Mall Shopping Center 505 BERKSHIRE BLVD. EAST ALTON lOpen Sundays 'Til 7:30—Daily 'Til 10 P.M. Bring the Family! SUNDAY, JULY 7TH CHICKEN and ALL YOU CAN EAT! 3 Vegetables - Hot Roll D§NE WBTH US $165 T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS .. Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. $•125 $125 UHJK M1DULETON Owner BUEAKFA8T AT 6 A.M. Many Kinds of Waffles We Fix Carry out Food DICK'S FINE FOOD (ACROSS FROM BRIDGE ENTKANOE) -OPEN- JERSEYVILLE - Dr. W. Clark Doak, Jerseyville physician, wai elected president of the Jerseyville Chamber of Commerce during the annual organization meeting of the board of directors Tuesday after noon. John Bertman, local mer chant, is the retiring head of the organization. Other officials named to serve with Dr. Doak were: Harold Ellerman, first vice president; Stanley Sinclair, second vice president, and A. R. Major, treasurer. 6 Treated for Injuries at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Six persons were given emergency treatment at the Jersey Community Hospital over the past two days. Daniel Wieland, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wieland of Dow, suffered a fracture of the right ankle while wrestling Tuesday af- :ernoon. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 1:30 p.m. and was treated and released. Gail Franklin, IVi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jan Franklin of Jerseyville, was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at 4:10 p.m. Thursday after she swallowed a quantity of ant poisoning at ler home. Following treatment ie x was dismissed. William Rice, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Rice of Jerseyville was n-ought to the hospital at 6:50 p. n. Wednesday for treatment after ic fell into a ditch and cut his <nee. Sutures were required to close the wound Donna Devening, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Devening of Jerseyville, fell Wednesday evening while playing and hit her head on a concrete block lacerating her forehead. She was brought to the hospital at 8:15 p.m. where sutures were taken. Fran Yarbrough of England, Ark., was stung on the right foot by a wasp Wednesday evening and was treated at the hospital. Mrs. Cynthia Cleveland of Jerseyville fell at her home Friday morning and sustained an injury of the left hip. She transferred to an Alton hospital for further observance following emergency treatment at the Jersey Community Hospital. Visiting Relatives Here JERSEYVILLE—Mr. 'and Mrs, Richard Lowe of Roswell, N.M., arrived here this week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fulkerson, Mrs. J. Irving White and otlv er relatives. Mr. Lowe is a brother of Mrs. Fulkerson and Mrs, White. Methodist Services At Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — The Rev Victor Herman, pastor of the local Methodist Church, has an nounced that his topic for the 10:30 a.m. Sunday morning worship service will be "Our National Folly." At 6 p.m. the Intermediate and Senior MYF w i 1 meet. Rev, Herman has selected the topic, "The Greatest Challenge, 1 for the 7 p. Sunday worship service. The senior MYF will have charge of the song service Sunday evening. Following the Sunday evening How About. . , Prime Rib of Beef with two vegetables, salad and dessert. . .it's only $1.75 and all the Coffee or Iced Tea you can drink AIK-CONDITIONED CAFE 101 Officers of Jersey Lions Assume Duties JERSEYVILLE - Matt Dwyer assumed the duties as president of the Jerseyville Lions Club Wednesday at the weekly dinner meet- ng of the club at Peace United Church. He succeeds the Rev. rather Paul P. Heinen. Dwyer announced the following committees for the fiscal year: attendance, first vice-president, Howard White, Ivan Heiderscheid, Wan-en Pirtle and M. A. Curran; ! inance, Forrest Pirtle and Jer•y Zimmerman; membership, Robert Ritter; program, Paul Miller, Paul Horn and Howard White. Lions information, secoiiB vice- president, H. E. Weustenfeld, Kenneth Searles, P. D. Cheney and father William Maul; convention, John Suddes, and Neil Franklin; sight conservation, J. Katchmar, H. E. Wuestenfeld; boys and girls, James Norris, Paul McGarvey and James White; citizens and patriotism, George Russell, iVilliam Young and John Sud- des; United Nations, Roy Gustafson and Forrest Pirtle; greeter, Roy Thornton and Edward Ready. Public relations, first vice-pres- dent, J. Katchmar, James Mc- iaren, Claude Davis and A. Van- Valleghen; civic improvement, Charles White and William Gra- :iam; community betterment, Donald Davenport and Harvey Rudolph; education, 0. A. Wilson and Gus Roth; health and welfare, R. G. Mindrup, H. E. Wuestenfeld and Roy Gustafson; safety, Donald Martin and Claude Davis; agriculture, Ralph Egelhoff and Frank Rench. Dwyer reported that some mem bers at large are not included .in the standing committees but have been assigned special duties for the year. Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD — Miss Vel ma Dams, left from Alton, Fri day morning for Rimbey, Cana da, to visit her sister, Mrs. Gleni Chiles, who is seriously ill. Mrs. E. B. Wright visited Tues day at the Jerseyville Hospi'ta with Mrs. Mae Engersol. She w accompanied to Jerseyville b; Mrs. Dave Rigsbey, who visited a the home of Mrs. Ollie Hardmai and with her sister, Mrs. Austir Cope. Miss Ethel Doughty entertainec 11 members of the St. Peter Episcopal Guild Society Wednes day afternoon. Mrs. Robert Adams will be host ess to members of the Kelle Ladies Aid Society Tuesday af ternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Woods, chairmar of the swim program has announc worship service the Intermediati and Senior MYF groups will havi "Destination Unknown." Reno Memorials Being Established at Shipman SHIPMAN Memorials to Science Club Meets at Eldred ELDRED — The Household Sci ence Club met Wednesday after won at the home of Mrs. Lowel Plogger with 16 members prcs ent. Roll call was "A Safety Slo ;an" and papers were read by Mrs. Albert Wagner, Mrs. Chnrlc* Smith, Mrs. .Harry Borman am Mrs. Plogger. Several prizes were awarded foi stunts and the special stunt wa ;iven by Mrs. Dean Bushnell anc won by Mrs. L. T. Whiteside. The next meeting will be July 18 at the home of Mrs. Vernice Varble. Club Entertained ELDRED — Twenty-six were present at a supper for member; of the Pastime Club and theii 'amilies Wednesday evening at .he home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koster. Guests were Mr, and Mrs Earl Ivers and son and Miss Janet Handlin. The next meeting will be Aug. at the home of Mrs. Dean Bush- lell. Eldred Notes ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cook attended funeral services foi lis grandfather, Nim Gussie, who died the first of the week at his iome at Greenwood, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hillig and son, John, Eric Ivers and Mrs Max King will return home today rom a trip to Colorado. Mrs. <ing visited her son, Raedean, at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reeder in Denver. The Hilligs and ric visited Yellowstone Park and other points of interest. Miss Darla Havelka, Carbondale, will spend the weekend at ler home here. 'Christ Crucified" will be the sermon subject used by the Rev. John T. Finnan in-the 10:30 a.m. worship service Sunday in the Baptist Church. Mrs. Donald Langer and Mrs. Albert Vinyard are attending summer school at SIU in Alton. Mrs. Langer teaches in the Carrollton Community High School and Mrs Vinyard in the Eldred Grade School. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cook entertained Thursday with a cook-out at their home near Woody. Guests were Mr. and Mrs, Larry Hurst and Claude Brown of New Castle, Ind. and Mrs. Lawrence Cook and daughter, Linda, of Murrayville. some Shipman youth each year. The pastor, the Rev. Donalc" E. DuRall, reports that the church has given to others n llhc, or $5,500 of the ortglna' )cqucsl; $1,833 to McKendree Allege; $1,833 to the minister's pension fund of the Southern Illinois Conference, and $1,83'! o mission projects. Smith Funeral SHIPMAN — Funeral serv cos were conducted Thursday 'or Mrs. Frank Smith at the Jacoby-Wlse Funeral Home ii Shipman. The Rev. Donald Du Rail, pastor of the Methodis Church, officiated. Burial was In Shipman Cemetery. Pallbearer were Ralph Wheeler, Lcgan Rhodes, Jefferson Rhodes, Ro> Wood, Reesor Ruyle and Ers chell Matthews. 3 From Granite City Hurt in North Carolina CHEROKEE, N.C. (AP)-Thre Illinois residents wore critical! injured and another person wa seriously hurt Friday in the coll sion of a tractor-trailer and a ca on U.S. 19 west of this Cheroke Indian village. Hospitalized at nearby Bryso C.'ty were Hugh M. Brooks, 51, o Granite City, 111.; his wife; and| two passengers, Mrs. Fern Sans Saucie, 65, of Granite City and Mrs. Madeline Villotte of Elizabethtown, Tenn. Brooks and his wife and Mrs. Sans Saucie were critically injured with possible internal injuries, head injuries and body lacerations. Mrs. Villotte was in serious condition. State police said Charles Lee Plott, 28, of Waynesville, N.C., driver of the truck, was charged with reckless driving. The Brookses live at 2211 Missouri Ave., and Mrs. Sans Saucie at 2123 Ohio Ave. L'AGRANGE, KY, i* ! klwnnis Club for money-makiHg vhon its scholarship fun'd for ieedy college students dipped to 125. "Let's buy nn old school bus, urn it Into n traveling kitchen and sell lunches nl real-estate auctions nil over the county, suggested cluh member Johnny Yochum. In the one year interval, the club has paid for the bus ftnd has more than $200 in Hs growing scholarship fund. ^^^^^^MMMHM^^^^*^ THIATRL ttOXANA, ILL, Tiiuns.-tnni.-SAT, Continuous from 1 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 !>.!»• No Parking; Problems I'll. OL 4-0018 or OL 4-7271 TONITE-SUN, Mlclmet Onllan - OIIM Itobortdon - Suzy Pnrkor "THE INTERNS 0 Tonlto 8:48 Sun. 1:17, 5:01, 8:45 Vincent 1'rlco - llaznl Court Potor Lorro "THE RAVEN" — COLOR — Tonlte 7:12 Sun. 3:18, 7:02 SELECTED SHOUTS Open 7:00 — Starts Dusk BEL*AIR HWY.66ain IR. 6-9636 CALCUTTA—India's goldsmiths are on a hunger strike because of gold restrictions. Air Conditioned TONIGHT AND SUN. Maurice Chevalier Angle Dickinson A Happy Comedy in Color "JESS5CA" Tonight at 8:44 p.m. Sun. 1:18, 4:57, 8:30 p.m. JAMES STEWART RUTHROMAN , CQRINNECALVET WALTER BRENNAN, THE FAR COUNTRY ed that lessons will begin Mgn day. Those who have completed the first grade are eligible. Registration fee is 25 cents to be paid to the instructor at the lake. No advanced registration is neces sary. Children will be picked up in Chesterfield at 12:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. George Fogarty of West Virigina are visiting relatives here and Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ebel of Pullina, Iowa and their daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Kluender and children, Loraine and Loris of Soux City have returned to their homes after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Followell and other rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Adam are parents of a son, Roy Edwin, born Tuesday at Carlinville Area Hos pital. TONITE Thru TUBS. APRI OlD ST.IOUIS RD, Cl.4-7114 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk ROUND-THE- WORLPMaiNlHUntl. -—*-*— PANAVISION . METROCOLOR b fMtitUIOIH 4 Hllfte WOT CONNIE FRANCIS • PAULA PRENTISS STAllIGHT OKIUI-IN r ,_ THEATRE : ROUTE 140. COUEGE AVE. • ALTON, ILUNOIJ = BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 ADUW ENTERTAINMENTI TONITE thru TUES. PAUL NEWMAN PLUS SECOND FEATURE GIRLS: GiRtsI GIRLS! Owl Show Tonite Brigltte Bardot "A Woman TECHNICOLOR- Tonight nt 7 p.m. Sun. 3:07, 0:51 p.m. Kiddles 1 Matinee Every Wednesday. Family Prices Tuos., Wed., Thurs. AH Seats 25c TONITE Thru TUES. •WM^W- TEMPTATION IN PARADISE! TAB HUNTER FRANKIE /* AVALON SCOTT / BRADY/ Stirring la t 'AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL'S OPERATION BIKINI PLUS! 1000 THRILLS! "THE MAGIC VOYAGE OF SINBAD". BONUS HIT! TON1TE Comfortably COOL WI1DEY TONITB LAST TIMES Plus: "Tarzan the Magnificent" SUNDAY —5 DAYS Matinee Sun. 1 p.m. JOHN WAYNE Lee Marvin',' Dorothy Lamour "DONOVAN'S REEF" Starts FRIDAY "THE LONGEST DAY" Matinees Today & Sun. " Open 12:30 Open Monday (i:W ^fP W^k /^^ WW 9jr 'tifrneiH/n'on com™ It's Real It's Live It's Action Packed! As Warm and Human as "OLD YELLER". As Exciting as "Swiss Family Robinson" Walt Disney presents BRIAN TOMMY MARTA KEVIN KEITH KIRK KRISTEN CORCORAN TECHNICOLOR* Dl HCi rinUQ» Today & Sun. liOO, 3:40, 0;BQ, QUO— Monday 6!3Q, QUO Featurotto "Yellowstone Cubs" In Color Shown 2:65, 5:40, 8;2U— Mon. 8:85 COMING TUESDAY: "KIDDIE SUMMER FUN SHOW" John Wayne, William Holden "HORSE SOLDIERS" GRAND - STARTS FRIDAY! Today & Sun, Matinees Open 12:3Q These Are the Men Who Never Fail! THE GO-GO BOYS GO KIL THE WAYI MIAHIINP Shown liOO, 8!80. QUO. 0:80 PLUS 2ND HIT "MAGIC VOYAGE OF SINBAD" COLOR Edward Stolur. AiUtu Lurlou—At 8i80. 0!20. 8UO *

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