Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 16, 1963
Page 16
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ALTON EVENING tony Hninlnll 'ISLAND Of tt>Vte" ttotirt Wayne "ttto ttttAVO" WEDNESDAY MIGHTY KING KONG! THE MOST TITANIC MONSTERS OF ALL TIME CLASH HEAD-ON! NIGHT 2 tlvls 1-i-Mlfi.v tttTS! "Follow Hint tironm" GALAHAD" STARtS WEDNESDAY Bob HOP6 Anita EKbGIg OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK| Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' f\vt«il t* BONN-The Twist has officially been banned for soldiers of the East German Army. i E*itoHs Arc t/p ALGIERS — Algeria is stepping up her exports of phosphate to several Asian countries. NOW! AT THESE THREE THEATRES! SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES DARKYL F. ZAHUCtCS THE DAY WITH it HurtANA TIOML GRAND: MATINEE WEDNESDAY (One Showing) 1:00 - Adults $1.00 Open 7:16 Starts 8 p.m. CdlrifortablyCOOA WILDEY ALSO: AT FltENCtl VILLAGE DRIVE-IN-—lit. BO at 167 Wednesclny Mntlncc — Starts 1:30 •KIDDIES' SUMMER FUN SHOW" Cornel Wilde • .lean Wallace "The Devil's Hairpin"—Great Auto Hnclng lilt. Plus Cartoons and Surprises Comfortably COOL WILDEY liClwnrdsvllle, III. GmndMatron Vteits Lodge At Graf ton GRAFTON - Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand, Worthy Grand Matran of the Order of Eastern Star of Illinois and her Official Family were guests at the meeting; of the Grafton Chapter, No. 318, Friday evening at the School Gymnasium. Other Grand Officers attending were Andrew R a p p , worthy grand patron; Mrs. Maudelle Marten, grand chaplain; Mrs. Marjorie Reich, grand organist; Mrs. Phyllis Tellofsen, grand Ticket Campaign WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JULY 17TH Tor the Community Players production of "WOULD BE GENTLEMAN" Sponsored by The Jivelond Teen Club i Adah; Mrs. Viola KrUse, grand Ruth; Mrs. J?yce Byl, grand Isther; Mrs. Kalhryn Goreckl, jrafld Martha; Mrs, Myrtle iVhitiiey, grand Electa and Mrs. Rose Loeffler, grand sentinel. Chapters participating in the event were;'Calhoun No. 990, Elizabeth No. 17; Millvlew No. 981; lone No. 721; New Canton, No. 215; Oak Leaf No. ICIO; Roodhouse No. 571 and Temple No* 325. Officers filling the stations during the meeting were Mrs. Vena Wleneke, wbrthy matron, Grafton; Forrest Duncan, worthy patron, Grafton; Lucille Strelght, associate matron, Now Canton; Louis Fuller, associate patron, New Canton; Nellie Sawyer, secretary, Roodhouse; Warren G re e n e, treasurer, Elizabeth; Martha Greer, con- i-Uctress, Temple', Gertrude Ki-ess, associate conductress, Calhoun; Martha Edwards, chaplain. Oak Leaf; Virginia Ciller, marshal!, Temple; Racheal Isaac, lone; Helen Gerson, jAdah, Calhoun; Ire Me Crairi, Ruth, Elizabeth; JeH Powell; Esther, Hillvlew; t, e o ft a Meyer, Martha, Hillvlew; Betty Benrter, Electa, Roodhouse; Elbert Isaac, warder, lorie; Robert Edwards, sentinel, Oak Leaf; Russell Campbell, color bearer, Grafton; Mildred Duhlope, soloist, Grafton; Martha Jean \Vle- land, instructress, Grnfton. Also present wefe two Past Grand Worthy Matrons, Mrs. Elfleda Barr, Granite City and Mrs. Eleanor t,. Hodgson of Chicago. Mrs. Ethel Attebery, Godfrey, past grand warder of 1946 and Mrs. Eleanor Davis, superintendent of the O.E.S. home at Macon, ill. This was the 154th officials visit made by the Worthy Grand Matt-no this year and the first time a Worthy Grand Matron has made an official visit to the local chapter. Attend Funeral GRAFTON — Mrs. Hattle Irwin and her family, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Button and Installs Officers 6LDRED - New officers of the American Leglofl Auxiliary \vcre nstailed al the meeting held Friday evening. Mrs. Betty Best was he installing officer and 14 were Jresent. The new president, Mrs. Faye •eer appointed Mrs, Bertha Hodgerson as chaplain; Mrs. Vlr- gie Portwood, color bearer and re- )orter. Plans were discussed for the lomecoming) Aug. 3-4, which Js ield Jointly with the American ; i A GIFT FOR YOU on our birthday! It's OUR birthday but YOU get the presents E= . . . extra low prices during our sale PLUS == a free Bonus Gift with every Westinghouse = Major Appliance! == PLUS U A Grand Prize of a New Westinghouse == PORTABLE DISHWASHER. Eldfcd Notes ELDRED - Mr. and Mrs. Kilby llberson has chosen the name, <aren Joyce, for the baby girl >orn to them Sunday at Boyd Memorial Hospital. She weighed 5 >ou mis and 2 ounces and -has a sister, Judy Kay, aged 2. Funeral services were conducted Monday tn Peorla for Mr. Wlliam Leppin, father of Mrs. Maylard Saupc. Pvt. and Mrs. Jerry Pyatt have eft for Fort Ord, Calif., after spending a furlough with his pat-' ents, Mr. and Mrs Courtland Pyatt. Jerry is being transferred from Camp Polk, La. NNIVERSARY SALE WestiiKhouse Appliances .Til <fftV:-^.jV\i 31 YEARS OF APPLIANCE SKILL-WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL! AUTOMATIC HOT DOG COOKER 95 AUTOMATIC MIXER 9 95 AUTOMATIC CAN OPENER AUTOMATIC IRON 9 95 HOT WEATHER SPECIALS BIG HEAVY DUTY FULLY AUTOMATIC WAS HER-12 U, Capacity MATCHING DRYER $159.95 With Trade HIGH CAPACITY AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER 6,100 BTU $ Many To Choose From, 6,100 BTU to 22,000 BTU First Come, Firs/ Served William Brown Of West Alton Marks Birthday A connly-wldc army of friends spent Sunday calling on William f. Brown, West Alton, Mo., rest- dent, to mark his 85th birthday. Most of them brought refreshments with them to contribute to the day's festivities. Mr. Brown *.n1»d beetl atl eatly promoter of improvements in the West Alton area, ^Hiding the telephone company, th&, Community Church, and Unioa electric Co. service on the Point! 1 ' He retired several years ago from active farming, but has been caretaker for one of the yacht clubs In the area. family went to Louisiana, Mo, svhcre they attended funeral services Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Sutton'S sister-in-law, Mrs, Dee It-win. Hospital Notes GRAFTON — Earl Legate, who suffered a heart attack while In Jerseyville Friday, remains a patient at the Jersey Community Hospital, where he was taken for .treatment. Mrs. Ross Rowling, who was injured in a fall last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Lyons in Alton, has been released from the Jersey Community Hospital and is con- velascing at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Art Wilson. Mrs. Opal Hooper is in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, after suffering a heart attack on Saturday morning. Visit From California GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ferguson of Manhattan Beach, Calif., were guests Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bradfisch. Telegraph 1 Want Ads "CLICK" Air Conditioned Twos., Wed. mul Thun. Feature family Prices All Scats 20o KIDDIES' MATINEE CoiitlnuouN from 1 p.m. Every Wednesday TONIGHT, WED., THURS. Two Exciting Features A. An uproarious 'Scfence-frictioo picture in Amazoscopet '..»<„LOU COSlfflfl Tonight, Thurs. at 7:25 P.M. Wed. at 1:12, 4:82, 7:42 4 GALA CARTOONS Tues., Thurs. at 7 P.M. AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL p«unt> ou... PATHECOLOR- v'lS PRICE rtuRLORREfloRisKARLOFF Tonight, Tluirs. at 8:45 P.M. • Wed. nt ?:5'1, 5:57, 9:05 P.M.I !•••• MRB %' 117 I BIG, BIG 14' HEFRIG, SWINGOUT BASKET 161 LB. FREEZER ENTIRE INVENTORY REDUCED- OVER 500 APPLIANCES TO CHOOSE FROM 4—12' FLASH DEFROST REFRIG. (RLC 12) .... • 4—13' FROST FREE 2 DOOR REFRIG. (RGC 13) • l—l 3'FROST FREE DELUXE (RDC 13) • 2—14' FROST FREE BOTTOM FREEZER (RBC 14) 1—13' 2-DOOR AUTOMATIC DEFROST (RTC 13) 6—14' FROST FREE 2 DOOR (RJD 41) 6—13' 2.DOOR DELUXE AUTOMATIC DEFROST (RND 3D 2—17' 60Q-LB, CAPACITY DELUXE FREEZER (FOC 17) 179" 269 n 319" 359" 219" 279" 229" 199 3—21' 740.LB, CAPACITY DELUXE FREEZER (FDD 11) 2—MOST DELUXE 12 LB. WASHERS (LAC 30) 95 t t 12 FULLY AUTOMATIC 12-LB. WASHERS (LEG 30) 2—MOST DELUXE AUTOMATIC DRYERS (DAC 30) .. 6 FULLY AUTOMATIC 4 CYCLE DRYERS (DEC 30) 6—FULLY AUTOMATIC (ECP 6) HIGH CAPACITY DEHUMIDIFIERS 2-pFULLY AUTOMATIC DELUXE RANGES (KMC 30) 1—AUTOMATIC (SPC 226) PORTABLE D|$HWASH!R: ; ,. KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. WOOD RIVER You pan be sure i/ it's WesjingrJiouse PHONE CU 4-4364 ILL DRIVt-IN THEATRE = ROUTE 140. COLLEGE AVI • AUON. ILLINOIS • LAST TIMES TONIGHT Box Office Opens at 7 Phone 110 2-4921 Koberl Preston • Tony Rnnclall "ISLAND OF LOVE" John Wayne • Rlelty Nelson "RIO BRAVO" Starts WEDNESDAY for I WEEK! THE MOST TITANIC MONSTERS OF ALL TIME CLASH HEAD-ON! King Kong Hurl in Entire Train to Destruction! Godzilla's Radloiethe FlanM Burn Out Entlri Cltloj! (Ing Kong 6ou»» Oat SodzllUSiutt* PuraU turn f THE INCREDIBIE. - Jfjl ' SHRINKIN&AN ___ -GRANT WILLIAMS « RANDY STUART & »>h AHH «NI Vgt •Colr-.r Curtonns — :-iei' PUiynr,.iinil — ChiUlrun 'AUinUtoil ORANGE OR LIME THE NEW SOFT DRINK WITH THE FLAVOR FROZEN RIGHT IN THE CUP! GET YOURS FREE With Any Sandwich Purchased On Our MQFIU. WEDNESPAY ' THURSDAY JULY 17 AND 18 ONLY! WIMPY'S DRIVE IN SQBFHEY ROAD, §OWR|Y Call 466-3613 for Cqrry.Qurs *.<

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