Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1963 · Page 18
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July 12, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAOfiS ALTON EVENING TELEGftAPH Meet at Mwiaf a junior Horherriak- ers met ftt the home of Mrs. Bill Gollke ftftd metnbefs decided they would entertain their husbands al a smorgasbord supper at the Black Hawk Restaurant in Jacksonville, Saturday, Aug. 17. The group will meet in Medora at 6 p.m. before departing for Jacksonville. The next meeting will be in September, with Mrs. Joann Summers as hostess. Lesson leaders 'will be Mrs. Denise Cadmus, Mrs. Joann Summers and Mrs. Betty Molen. Medorn Notes MEDORA — Mrs. Dorothy Minks of Colorado Springs, Colo., has been spending the past two New! New Air Conditioning Installed! Eat Here in Our Cool, Comfortable Dining Room! ALL BEEF HAMBURGERS, only 150 Complete Everyday Menu. WOQDY'S iff* SELF SERVICE DRIVE-IN 2708 GODFREY ROAD Open Daily 11 n.m. to 11 p.m.—FH.-Snt. 11 n.m. to midnight EAT HERE OR CARRY OUT! i FRIED CHICKEN 99° CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA LARGE SIZE! Sausage, Mush. Reg. $ 1 OQ room, Pepperoni, Hamburger 1.60 I «fcv VIETH'S 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milford Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wells. Friends and relatives have received wofd of the marriage of Miss Meredith Sue Johnson, daughter of Mv. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of Girard. to Robert Eugene Lrhmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lehmann, also of Girard. Baseball Research The University of Illinois Research and Educational Hospitals in Chicago is located on the exact site of the old Chicago Cubs baseball park. The hospitals opened on April 1, 1925. FORTY ODD By Nj Bracken drtd Rod Lull HUNGRY FOll CHOW MEIN? ON THE MENU EVERY NITE! Sporf Clothes Welcome/ Serving in Riviera or Hilltop MOTOIl IIOTKL "Wagon Wheel" Restaurant 1 Mile off Route 111 on POIIK Kotul OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Dial 254-9633 • "If you ask me, she's going to get sunburned in some darn funny places. 1 Retired Man BuildsChurch For His Toion By BII.L HUDSON EDDYVILLE, Ky. (API—S. M. Martin, once Eddyville's mayor, had a far-reaching plan in mind when he invested $6,000 in government bonds during World War II. The proceeds plus some of his other savings have gone to builr a nondenominational church on i knoll overlooking Lake Barkley. Martin has invested about $20, 000. "It already has paid off in a !I JERSEY COUNTY FAIR JULY 14-20. . .JERSEYVILLE, ILLINOIS JULY 14-16-17'- 2:30 P.M. HARNESS RACING JULY 15 - 6:00 P.M. HARNESS RACING JULY 15 - 8:15 P.M. WESTERN HORSE SHOW JULY 16 BEAUTY PAGEANT AND AINAD TEMPLE SHRINE CHANTERS JULY 17 - 8:30 P.M. BOB McKINLEY RODEO & WILD WEST SHOW (Professional Performers Direct from the Big Texas and Canada Rodeos) JULY 18 - Noon to Five P.M. KIDDIES' DAY With All Kinds of Youth Events With Cash Prizes. Plus Over $200 in Attendance Prizes. All Carnival Rides 10c. Free Grandstand with Special Acts for the Kiddies JULY 18 - 8:30 P.M. PARAMOUNT SOCIETY CIRCUS PLUS UNCLE HEAVY PORK CHOP REVIEW AND A SPECIAL THREE BEARS STAGE ACT direct from the Shriner Circus J KING'S^THRILL-O-RAMA AUTO DAREDEVIL SHOW WITH HELICOPTER, TRAPEZE ACTS JULY 20 - 8:30 P.M. FLATT AND SCRUGGS AND THE FOGGIE MOUNTAIN BOYS DIRECT FROM THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES TV SHOW AND THE POSSUM HOLLER OPRY SHOW. The Biggest Country Western Show of the Season ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB , DANCE SAT., JULY 13 Music by BARNEY HALE 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member way for me. I'm 87 years old, in reasonably good health," he said. "This had a lot to do with my health. It gave me something to work for, something I really enjoy. "I hope it will be something that will, in a general way, help bring unity to Christianity." Martin, a Methodist and Sunday school teacher, recalled a revival conducted by a family of evangelists in nearby Kuttawa Springs. "They said, 'I care not what your denomination may be, if you're a Christian, give me your hand.' That was the finest meet ing I over saw." When Martin invested in llv; war bonds, he wrote this state ment: "I have decided that every community that is large enough to support one should have a centra place of worship, where any honest person may go and feel free to worship, regardless of his belief regarding the mode of water bap tism or other religious questions on which honest people differ Therefore, I am investing in these bonds, not only to help my coun try win the war, but when ; ,-the war is over,. I' am planning will divine guidance to use the bonds with interest to help erect a place of this kind." • The two-level building, 32 by 40 and a sheltered pavilion 40 by 60 were opened this spring. i — The word cooperative vasn't known in the Canadian Arctic five years ago. Today it's considered the hot- csl discovery since someone it-ought the news that the South- rners would actually pay good money for those carvings t h e Es- ;imos did for kicks. Take Cape Dorset, on the south- vest tip of Baffin Island, as an •xnmple. Until 1959. Eskimos in the community were having a tqugh time. flicy hunted and fished independently, with mere survival as the iltimale goal. They couldn't af- ord to maintain ammunition sup- Go-op Is Hot Stuff * In Arctic By STKWART FROBISMER BAY, K. .W. T. plies and their kayaks were ting. James Houston, ft Northern Affairs Department administrative officer, went into the communi- jty and got the Eskimos together iii a co-op venture. He found a few good stone carvers who took on the job of teaching others. This year Oshaweetuk, a Cape Jiorset Eskimo, came to Frobish- cr Bay to the first conference of Arctic Co-ops, armed with t h e latest annual financial statement. 11 showed the Cape Dorset Coop sold $123,810 worth of graphic arts and crafts in 1962, that the co-op retail store no has three departments and that more than $47,000 was paid out in local wages. The co-op has 61 members. It is the most successful of the 16 Eskimo co-ops now operating In the Canadian Arctic. Now one in five of the 11,800 Eskimos belong to a co-op and more are in the process of being established. They perform functions from log hauling to fish catching and house building and most sell groceries. Girls tiiltiflie 2 MEDORA — Miss Mnrihcl Gib son of Medora and MWs Judy Field of Brighton have heen Ifilll ated into the Modern Rainbow Assembly. The Rainbow girls wilt sell candy in Brighton on July 12 starting al 6;30 p.m. u VENICE ~ Tourists In Italy tills year arc to be treated to n special view of floodlit canals hew?, CELEBRATION SALE! WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR APPOINTMENT AS FACTORY DEALER JIUiuvtiTV — DANCE — Sat., July 13 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Music by Three Hits & A Miss Members and Guests, Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 951 Completely air condltionetl 3831 College Alton ATTENDANCE PRIZES! ^POP-UP TOASTER *6-Pc, CUTLERY SET * CARAFE No Purchase Necessary BALLOONS iind CANDY for the Kids! COFl'liE anil DONUTS FREE NO DOWN PAYMENT • EASY TERMS 24 MONTHS TO PAY! Model 23 ITS 23 Inch t" < WITH TRADE BASE OPTIONAL Model 23 CM 23 Inch CONSOLE >O '--r-^i < ~< >, $' 69 WITH TRADE WE SPECIALIZE IN CAR AND HOME RADIO REPAIR - WHILE YOU WAIT , . , JUST DRIVE IN! REUABLE RADIO SERVICE ,$i ? i '" t ' _1 _ L - •* ' •» • • ^ Ik • •« " • • «fc «« t 2041 I, PHONE HO 2-8082 COME RIDE THE GO-KARTS EDDIE'S mm MEDORA, ILL. Special Rates for Parties Call 729-7285 for Reservations Air Conditioned TONIGHT, SAT., SUN. \' /Btltisii In 8« «SU Oistntalnn Co. IK. _ U • ©1962 Will D!W!t?red«cl»™ Fri., Sat. at 7:15 p.m. Sun. 1:06, 4:28, 7:50 p.m. James Bacus Julia Mende "ZOTZ" Shown at 9:05 p.m. Sun. 2:55, 6:10, 9:32 p.m. Kiddles Matinee Wednesday (; WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO HAVE PIZZA AT MIPTOWN , DINING ROOM SERVING NIGHTLY ^ 8:30 TO 12:30 ,! ^ 7th <& Central Alton, III. NOW Thru _ ROUTE MO. COLUOt AVt • ALTON, IUINOIS -.:.-. ' T11C 0 BOX OFFICE Ol'ENS AT 7:00. PHONE HO 2-4021 I UtOi m DRIVE-IN f, t THEATRt "* There's no place on earth quite like Stand no picture in the world quite as funny! TECHNICOLOfPPANAVISION .— PLUS SECOND FEATURE ^ DWMWWN BRAVO TECHNlCOi-OR* Owl Show Tonlte & Sit. "OKLAHOMA TERRITORY" Color Cttrlosns — Free I'ltimuuiul — Children Admitted Free TONITE THRU SAT, CAPRI OlD ST LOUIS RO. Cl.4-7114 Open 7:00 3 BIG HITS! THE FIRST JAMES BOND FILM ADVENTURE IN ESPIONAGE! THE NAME THAT STRUCK TERROR WHEREVER IT WAS HEARD! The highest mountain in Texas is 8,751-foot Guadalupe Peak. 9th STREET CAFE Itosswood MolRhU SPECIAL Friday, Saturday & Sunday Med Chicken Plate $1.00 llomemmlo I'lcn Operated by Verla Farmer, Lillian Sirio & Bessie Rlckman Open fl a.m. to 8 p.m. THEATRI liDXANAj ILL. TilUltS.—FHt.^-S/ Oonlliiuoun fi-oni _ Snndny Contln«oU* from 1 p.m. No l*iifWiig Ptoltlcit 1'h. CL 4-rtfll8 of CL *• TONITE - SAT, - SUN. Olcnn li'orcl'- Itopd lAttsto Chitflos Boyof "LOVE IS A BALL" Color — 8S48 .Almil^dct-nodSlolget Dolores Dortt "13 WEST STREET" Selected Shorts DrNo SEANCONNERY URSULA'ANDRESS JOSEPH WISEMAN JACK LORD TECHNICOLOR J&fSnm GEROIIIMO! PANAVISION' TtCHNICOLOR- CHUCK CONNORS • KAMALA DEVI STARTS TONITE: • ROTH THEATRICS ' Ol'KN 7ill). FEATUinc AT H P.M. 1 COMPLETE S110WINO ONLY CONTINUOUS MATINEES SAT. & SUNDAY Open 12180—Features at 1:10, 4:80, 8 p.m. The Internationally Acclaimed Hit Just As It Was Shown In The Major Capitals Of The World! — PLUS LAFF-R1OT HITI — DAVID NIVEN MITZI GAYNOR Happy Anniversary =STARTS SUNPAY= 2 Great 'ELVIS' Hits in Color! Galahad Co-Hit "FOLLOW THAT DREAM TONITE Thru TUES. i. THIS iS A BODY SURROUNDED ON ALL SIDES -BY MEN! COLOR THEY CAUGHT ALL HELL AT RIOBRHO / uOHN DEAN JWAYNE MARTIN IRICKYN E I_S O N — PLUS LAFF-RIOT HITI — HOPE He'll Mil you with Laughter! TOXITK SAT. & SUN. Open Tonito LlC«l.'B«ti|«ml« Vandirvoort (John WayiW) with hit olllcers ol the 8Jnd Alrborni Dlvlilon (Stuart Whitman, TdmTryon, Steve •Forrnti, • Lord loval, Major John Howard and Captain Colin Maud i Peter Lawlord, Richard Todd and Kenneth More) itorming tha Orni Rivtr Bridge Open 7:00 3 BIG HITS! Janlnn Bollard (Irtna Demlch), French Resistance .Flnhter; It trapped by Gorman sontrlnj '-< fs&t Brlg.Oin Norman Cola I Robert Mltchumi lendi the attack on Bloody Omaha : . .^. m i • • r> 4 Where boys became man....US. Rangers al Points du Hoc are playod hyp ,Robert Wagner, Fabian, Paul Anka and Tommy Sands Brig. Theodore Rooievilt lH«nry Fondt) spuarheaiis Ihe great D'Doy ultack on Utah Beach A wounded RAF iquadron leader i Richard BurtOP), shot down with Richard Beymer over Normandy i co-ilarrinf RHONDA FLEMINQl Alntinoo Sill. 18-.16 Z EXCITING FEATURES TOGETHER The Triffids Are Coming! The Triffids Are Growing! The Triffids Are Killing! ( HOMOK[a-NICOLE^UR£Y 1 Tonlto 0:26—^Sut. H30, 6:16, 9:10 2ND BIG HITI GREAT ADVENTURE ON THE HIGH SEAS! ROBERT RYAN TERENCE STAMP CABl'OON DARRYL F, ZANUCK'S WITH 41 INTERNATIONAL STARS I THE don ixi no* IY cotiNfuus RYAN' KlUtui tr »OM Cinlvr/'fci Special Popular Prices ~- . Saturday Matinee Adults $1 .00 NO PASSES TfllS SPECIAL JSNGAOJilMKN'r EXTRA; Tern & Jerry Cartson '"Tot Watchers" SEE IT AT THESE THREE THEATRES! Also! Only Exclusive Drive-in Showing FRENCH YIUA&i ^^ In The . Area! 50 • .•.i i im' m ""wi'•,*,'• ppn'r MJ«s Itl

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