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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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ALTON 13,1983 A Telegraph Garden Feature Watch for Tree Diseases SPRINGFIELD, III. (Special) •— Slimmer sickness can come to yotif Cornet, of mother nature's backyard most any day now; anri it cfln take many forms. William T. Larkin, superintendent of the Illinois Department of D^NUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OTT Jewelry 7 Dnys Per Week 7 A.M. Till 12S30 OPEN SUNDAY Agriculture's division of plant industry listed the following plant and tree diseases to watch for during the summer months: Bagworms, sometimes a seriou post of evergreens and shad trees, are now hatching through out the state. They may infe many varieties of shade tree and evergreens, sometimes com pletely defoliating them. The bat, worm constructs a shelter fron small bits of bark, pieces o loaves and leaf stems that it ob Need Some Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY OPEN SUNDAY 9 fro 1 msaaa GODFREY, ILLINOIS AIR CONDITIONED Fine Italian Food/ Spaghetti, Ravioli, and Meat Balls, Steaks, Chicken, Frog Legs, Barbecue Ribs, Lamb Chops, Lobster, Shrimp and Catfish. Open Daily <1 P.M. Closed Monday CIVIC MEMORIAL I AIRPORT RESTAURANT g = k. DIAL 259-3502 Special Reservations Tor Clubs und Societies 11 SUNDAY, JULY 14 - SPECIAL 11 BAKED HAM and CANDIED S W E E T POTATOES, Green Beans or Corn, $-f 35 • •• ft... n A._ -~u AMnln^MllfBA • Jello, Slaw, Beets or Applesauce. Hot Rolls and Butter T •OPEN 'TIL NINE Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beel VLB. HAMBURGER . . 3Qc WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES • Regular Size Hnmbiirgcrs !Sc • CHEESEBURGER 25c • ROOT BEER In frosted mugs 10c • FRENCH FRIES 15c • Southern Style Bnr-B-Q Sandwiches 35c • OCEAN CATFISH SANDWICH 25c & 30c • 21 SHRIMPS In Basket $1.10 • ALL MEAT HOT DOGS ^c For Service, Quality, Price, Visit -ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON DELICIOUS RESTAURANT Adults $1.95 Children (under 12) $1.35 SUNDAY 11 A.M. to 6 P.M. Service From The Menu At All Times SPECIAL SUNDAY BREAKFAST ALL THE HOT CAKES YOU CAN EAT 40c WEEK-END SPECIAL! "CHUCK WAGON T-BONE STEAK" $]-95 GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN $1-75 U. S. AH. 67—Eust Alton Across from Eustgute Plaza Shopping Center C. H. DECKER (Owner) OUR CHICKEN OWNERS ARE WORTH GROWING ABOUT Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken , lid-Town SUNDAY DINING RCIOIVI AT NOON 7th and Central, Alton, III. -OPEN- E V E R Y S U N D A Y 12 N 0 0 N tains from the trees upon which it feeds. The pest moves from tree to tree, always carrying the shelter along and always remaining concealed within. The female Is wingless and lays her eggs inside Ihe bag in the fall of the year There may be over 1,000 eggs In a single case. Hcniiivc and Hum Removing the bags and burning them in the fall of the year will reduce the infestation lo a min- muni. Further control can be blained by spraying with four teaspoons of lead arsenate, or two easpoons of tnalathion emulsifi- ahle concentrate to each gallon of water. Mulathion. however, is njurious to Cannarli junipers and should not be used on this variety of red cedar. Many owners of fruiting varieties of cherry trees may have no- iced a complete defoliation of he trees by midsummer. This is caused by a fungus disease, leaf spot, which first appears as small purplish spots on the leaves that soon turn yellow, then brown, and finally drop off. This not only makes the tree unsightly, but tends to reduce its growth. The Division of Plant Industry recommends spraying with fer- bani for this disease. For complete control the spray should be applied before (lie spots appear. Pine needle blight is a fungus disease of Austrian pine and other long needle pines. The old needles of infected trees will turn brown at the tip and will usually SWIMMING Suntan Beach Daily! Follow Hwy. 04 out of W. Alton, Mo., to Station "Otiatotfn." and turn left on Highway "H". New prices! Children, 2 to 12—25c Adults—$1.00 be shed prematurely. New needles are infected in the early spring but will not turn brown till midsummer. This disease does not normally kill, but severe cases will spoil the tree's appearance. Sprnj- Wtti Merctify The agriculture departpicnt recommends spraying infested trees and shrubs with organic mercury, one teaspoon per gallon of water. Eliminating the disease may take several years. Organic mercury is polsionous to humans n n d should bo used with care. Japanese yew plants mal suddenly wild and become discolored, much as though they had been transplanted and not properly watered. This may be caused by the Black Vine weevil which feeds sparingly and makes half moon shaped bites along the edges of the needles or leaves. Control can be achieved by Using Dieldrin 50 per cent weltable powder according to the manufacturer's directions. The Mimosa web worm attacks Mimosa and Honey Locust trees in the southern half of Illinois Injury will be noticed in midsummer as a malting of the leaflets Soon there may be clusters leaves matted together by th webs. In severe cases trees may be completely defoliated by mid August. This particular pest has kept the Honey Locust, a fine shade tree from being widely used in south ern parts of the state. It is, how ever, fairly easy to control by us ing lead arsenate or toxephene and following the directions of the manufacturer. Superintendent Larkin reminded WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto j OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY TRIO CAFE: 136 Central Bethalto, III. IJELA RUSHING, Owner • Phone DU 4-9381 • CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS • FRIED CHICKEN $ • HAM or ROAST BEEF • All dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink Sunday, July 14 i WSLSHIRE RESTAURANT WUshire Ma\l Shopping Center 505 BERKSHIRE BLVD. EAST ALTON Open Sundays 'til 7:30 — Daily 'til 10 p.m. Bring: The Family! SUNDAY, JULY 14TH CH8CKEN and ALL YOU CAN EAT! 3 Vegetables - Hot Roll FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CARRY OUT ONLY 2,0, $ 1.45 COMET DRIVE-IN 3887 Broadway Alton DINE WSTH US T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS ,. $1 65 1 $125 1 Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and (Joffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. IMLIK M1UUI.KTON Owner UliHAKPAST AT 6 A.M. Many Kinds of Waffles We Fix Carryouf Food DICK'S FINE FOOD (AlWOSS IWOM BRIDGE ENTRANOB) SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsvllle Road, Wood River Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Soups: Chicken a la Rene French Onion ENTREES: 1, Lobster Thermidor shoestring potatoes & lemon garni 2. Potted Swiss Steak Jar- diniere, potato pancakes garni 3, Boiled Chicken, cherry pepper garni 4. Stuffed Pork Chops, celery dressing, applesauce garni Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad Baked Potatoes Snowflake Potatoes Choice of! Assorted ReJIsh Tray Dial CL 4-7612 for Reservation St. Jacob Homecoming July 20* 21 ST. JACOB — The nntiital home coming here will be heW Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21. Featured again this year will br a parade containing 14 decoratec floats, a dok drawn float, an old time steam engine, color bearers fire engines, horses and ponies and the following musical units July 20, Triad High Schoo Band, Jamestown Cornet "Band Ainid Temple Drum nnd Bug'e Corps, Colleens Drum and Bugle Corps, The Bellettes Drum anc Bugle Corps and the Beckemeyei Drill Team. Sunday, July 21, Triad Higl School Band, Jamestown Corne Band, Belleville American Legloi Band, Black Knights Drum anc Bugle Corps, Gabrielettes Drum and Bugle Corps and the Beckemeyer Drill Team. There will be dancing botl nights of the homecoming. Saturday night the music will be by the Knight Beats and Sunday nigh the Joe Hlavsa Orchestra \vil play. There will be rides, concessions refreshments and various othei homecoming activities. Bordeaux Treasurer Of Airport Authority BETHALTO—Leroy Bordeaux was elected treasurer of Civic Memorial Airport Authority Thursday night suceeding William Maloney, who retired from the board. Bordeaux was recently rc-ap pointed, by County Judge Michael Kinney, to another five- year term. DACCA — The East Pakistai government has banned news papers originating outside of the country but denies this is press censorship or banning of news. SINGAPORE — A brand new fertilizer plant will be erected soon near Singapore. users of insecticides to adhere strictly to the recommendations for use stated on the packages or bottles. Just as patients fol- directions of doctors in taking medicine, so should "pesticide users follow the exact directions jrescribed by manufacturers. Us- ng too much pest killer when reating a specific disease can be ust as harmful as using none at all. "Wagon Wheel" Restaurant 1 Mile off Route 111 on Poag Road OPEN DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. • Dial 254-9633 • 9th STREET CAFE Rosewood Heights SPECIAL Friday, Saturday & Sunday Pried Chicken Plate SI.00 Homemade Pies Operated by Verla Farmer, Lillian Sitze & Bessie Rickman Open fi a.m. to 8 p.m. Hungry for A Gomf Steak? A SELECTION FROM 2.50 to 4.00 Spoil Clothes Welcomel Serving in Hiviercr or Hilltop MOTOIl I1OTKL SHAMROCK RESTAURANT 301 Shamrock • East Alton OPEN JULY 15 FOR BUSINESS HAVE YOU TRIED OUR DELICIOUS FRENCH DONUTS BAKER'S DOZEN DONUT SHOP AND COFFEE BAR NOW Z STORES TO SERVE YOU 1718 Washington Ava, Onen 0 A.ftl, to 13 f .M, 321 Belle Street , Open 8 AM, tq 9 "** 'Famous Persons 1 Calltotm Apple Festival Tlieme HARDIN-The Calhouri Apple Advertising Club and Fair Association has chosert the theme for the parade at the 1963 Apple Festival and Fair, Se.pt. 13, 14 and 15. The theme will be "Famous, Persons." The winning entry was submitted by Mrs. Betty Berrey of Harditl, who will receive t\vo season tickets to the fair, as. contest winner. In explaining her idea, Mrs. Berrey's letter said, "There is a famous person for each month of the year, famous inventors, men and women of history, great people of medicine, and the list could go on and on. This theme would give churches and local organizations a chance to bring to light their own famous people . . . ." Official entry blanks will be available in a few days, from the chairman of the 1963 parade, Paul B. Hanks. Again this year there will be just one class of entries, and according to the parade committee, prizes Will be outstanding. The committee is asking organizations to start making plans for their floats, as it has 1 plans for the 1963 parade to top the very successful parade of 1962. Legion Auxiliary HARDIN — Miss Tina Holloway, who attended Girls Stale last month under the sponsorship of the American Legion Auxiliary, will report on activities Monday night at a regular meeting of the Auxiliary. The unit will meet at 8 p.m. In the Legion Hall here. Other items on the agenda will be the installation of auxllt ary officers, according to Mrs. Herman Hagen, Jr., unit president, and a report of the 3rd division meeting in Jerseyvlilo last Sunday. ROXANA - Hie Rev. William Rice, pastor of First Presbyter- Ian Church, will use Ihc stibpcct "Doing the Will of God" nl the 10:40 a.m. service Sunday. Church school will meet at, 9:30 a.m. The Associations! meeting of the United Presbyterian Women, scheduled for Monday, has been cancelled. The Rev. Roy Glbbs, pastor ot First Bapllst Church, will use the subject "The Place Called Calvary" at the 9:45 a.m. service and at the 7:30 p.m. worship, "The Thousand Year Reign of Christ." The Rev. Allen Dace, pastor of Ihe Church of the Nazarene,, wilt Use the theme, "The Man God Uses," at the 10:35 a.m. service and "Wholehearted for God" at the 7 p.m. service. The Christian Service training class will meet at 6 p.m. W.M.U. Work Day ROXANA — The Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church had a work day Thursday at the church and made name Junior Woman's Club to Be Formed at Greenfield GREENFIELD — Plans are being made to organize a Junioi Woman's Club here. Mrs. Dean Bishop and Miss. Marilyn Spencer have met with district anc regional office-s to make the initial plans. The organizational meeting has been set for 8 p.m. Thursday, July 25, in the social rooms of the Baptist Annex. The Junior President of. the 20th district, Mrs. Nancy Dowling, will meet with prospective charter members =3t this time. Officers of the new club will be elected and programs planned for the year. Minimum age for junior club members is 18. Welfare projects include Boys Town at Grafton; making toys for children in hospitals, fund raising for research, and educational scholarships. Meetings will be held monthly on the fourth Thursday at night. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Miss Janet Hill, a 1963 graduate of Greenfield Community High School, will attend Fort Lewis A. and M. College in Durango, Colo, this fall. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hill Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Grover L. Bauer are visiting during the weekend with their daughter, Vtiss Ann Bauer, in Deerfield. Mrs. Harley Gustine and Miss ..ucile Barnett are spending a evv days with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett in Alton. Richard Murphy, who. was sponsored by the American Legion, and Lincoln Cochran, sponsored by the Lions Club, represented the organizations at Boys State in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Thorpe of Litchfield are parents of their sixth child, a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe are former residents of Greenfield, where he served as athletic coach. ROXANA, ILL. THURS—FRI.—SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 4-6618 or CL 4-7271 TONITE & SUN. Glenn Ford - Hope Langc Charles Boyer "LOVE IS A BALL" .Color Tonite 8:49 Sun. 1:20, 5:09, 8:49 Alan Ladd - Rod Steiger Dolores Dorn "13 WEST STREET" Tonite 7:24 Sun. 3:20, 7:00 Selected Shorts ORIUI-IH ^ THEATRE "* 1 ROUTE MO. COUEGE AVE. • ALTON, ILLINOIS I BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 PHONE HO 2-4921 NOW THRU TUE. Warner Bros, wackiest, wildest, most wonderful comedy of the year. TECHNICOLOR'-PANAVISION '. ' , 'TON! W IUd[L* PLUS SECOND FEATURE ML v? JMNWJRNf DEAMMJiimN JUCKTHflSON RIO BRAVO TECHNICOLOR* Owl Show Tonite "OKLAHOMA TERRITORY" Color Cartoons — Free PIuyKrouml —'Children Admitted Free ; ROUTE MO, COLLEGE AVE. • ALTON. ILLINOIS STARTS WED,. AN ALL-MIGHTY NEW MOTION PICTURE BRINGS THEM TOGETHER IN THE COLOSSAL CLASH OF ALL-TIME! Kini Konf'$ Cipluri- ttdilllt't Attick ii To|y»-witliHlsAt»ii« - * Piwirl Wm fowl Strnitk \s»\\ E»wy- "IMi| Vital KM Knocks Jit frm'UtiSW OHM limn Wmi "The JNCREDIBLE IM Services Fo Ings Ibf the clothing of tfflvld ttierninn, n missionary's Son, tttd finnnclgrflphs for Mrs. tJftn Zimmerman, his mother, who With her husband nnd other children are missionaries to Woat Africa. Irtdln te*«crtrl« Aet NI3W DEUIt - India hns extended her Foreign Exchange Act to coxter the Gon territory. TONI0HT ANDJUNDAY "tonight i»t 7:1B p.M, Sun. liOfi, 4t28, 7!60 p.m. James Bneus Julia Monde "ZOTZ" Tonight nt 0:08 p.m. Sun. 2iB5, 0:10, IM82 p.m. Kiddies Miillnno Wednesday Bowl With a Pro for Your Partner in the PRO AM 96 TOP PRO'S AVAILABLE Men or Women Call Bowl Haven for details, HO 5-1113 PRE PRO TOURNAMENT Win a $50.00 Spot in the PRO-AM Men or Women lOOfo Handicap July 14th Sian BOWL HAVEN up at $5.00 ENTRY BEL*AiRffiSl CAPRI *IWY 664 It' TR 6 9636 3LD ST LOUIS RD. Cl.4-2114 NOW Thru TUESDAY 3 BIG HITS! ROBERT PRESTON TONY RANDALL^ ^ :,(; ,lj\ / ~«^7^"«""^ OF LOVE NOW Thru TUESDAY 3 BIG HITS! THE FIRS! JAMES BOND FILM AOVENTUREI SEAN .CQNNERY " URSULA ANDRESS JOSEPH WISEMAN . JACK LORD IIINOl PAMVISIOfT TECHNICOLOR 1 ™ 3RD HIT! TONITJE ONLY 3RD HIT! TONJTB ONLY BOB HOPE JAMAS . "• :-:^K RHONDAiV COLOR >,li.i». CM CONNORS DAVID NlVEN'MlTZlGAYNOR Happy Anniversary . ,7,: 00—STARTS DUSK NOW! AT THESE 3 THEATRES! THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OFTHEWORLDI DARRYLF. TIIP ZANUCK'S THfc Continuous •-.--• ,WITH4t INTERNATIONAL STfiRSI MATINEES TODAY & SUNDAY DAY _ . _,.,.,• ,.» ,„ „„ «••< Grand & Wildey— Open l2:30 _ Feature presented ot: 1:10, 4:30, 8:00 Open Monday 7:J5 at 8 p.m. Comfortably COOL WILDEY Grand Special Matinee Wed, ' 1 p.m. FRENCH VILLAGE VOUR FRIENDLY DRIVE-IN -ROUIi 50 al 157— Exclusive Drivo-In Showing In Tills Area Grand—Tuesday Matinee "Kiddle Summer Fun Show" 1:80—"All Cartoon Show", with.3.Stooges & Little Unseals TODAY & SUN, Matinees Open I p.m. Great iilg Exciting Hit* Together THE TRIFFIDS TAKE OVER THE P WORLD! jj

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