Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 20, 1963
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ALTON EVENING 8ATORPAY.Jttt.yft Homecoming At * 25 Wttfte HALL - The 13th ah- hual Hillview homecomng w'll be Thursday, July 25 at Hillviow School Grounds. The event is sponsored by Bryant-Thomas American Legion Post and Auxiliary. ftnlston Reunion WHITE HALL - The annual reunion of the descendants of William Italston is set for Sunday, Aug. 25, a Nichols Park, Jacksonville. Homecoming at Berdan Set for Sunday> Aug t 4 WILD CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto CARROLLTON — The annual Berdan Homecoming will be Sun day Aug. 4, in Berdatt, according to Mrs. Russell Phillips, presi dent of the homecoming organiza tion. Hicks Reunion at White Hall Aug. 4 WHITE HALL — The annua Hicks family reunion will be helc Sunday Aug. 4 at the Lions Park a basket dinner will be served a noon. FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull Holland is buying bread. 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 $440 1 SunWay, July 21 FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! Vi FRIED CHICKEN With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CARRY OUT ONLY — 2,or $ 1.45 COMET DRIVE-IN 3687 Broadway Alton WILSHIRE RESTAURANT Wilshire Mall Shopping Center 505 BERKSHIRE BLVD. EAST ALTON Open Sundays 'til 7:30 — Daily 'til 10 p.m. Bring The Family! SUNDAY, JULY 21 CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT! 3 Vegetables - Hot Roll CIVIC MEMORIAL I AIRPORT RESTAURANT I == DIAL 259-3502 Special Reservations for Clubs and Societies 11 SUNDAY, JULY 21 - SPECIAL • | •" • 3 PIECES FRIED CHICKEN, Mashed Pota• foes and Gravy, Green Beans or $^35 1 S Corn, Jello, Slaw, Beets or Applesauce, Hot Rolls and Butter m • " 1 rOPEN TIL NINE We Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef 1/4-lB. HAMBURGER . . 3Qc WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES CUKB PRICKS ONLY! • Reculnr Siite Hamburgers !5c • CHEESEBURGER 25c • ROOT BEER In frosted muBS 10c • 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 I5c For Service, Quality, Price, Visit PARK-ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON DgNE WITH US T-BONE STEAK $ 1 65 Potatoes and Salad .... 1 TURKEY and DRESSING . STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS . $| 25 $1 25 Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. DICK MIDDLKTON Owner BREAKFAST AT 6 A.M. Many Kinds of Waffles We Fix Canyout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD ACROSS FKOM BRIDGE ENTRANCE SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159'Edwardsville Road, Wood River Pining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ENTREES; Soups: Vegetable French Onion 1. Broiled Red Snappers, Amandine, lemon garni 2. Rock Cornish Hen, mushroom wine sauce, rice dressing 3. Polled Roasl of Beef a la mode, buttered noodles garni 4. BaHed Spare Ribs, apple dressing, cherry pepper garni Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad Candled Yams BnowflaKe Potatoes . Oiioice oft Assorted Relish Tray Dial CL, 4 761? for Reservation 'It's perfectly simple, dear. I'm returning Auntie Jo's compote dish to Sharbach's because we've already got two, and tlien they can apply credit to what Alice and I are going to give Isobel, and then for Fran's birthday thing I'll hardly have an overdraft at all." Eldred Club Women Meet ELDRED — Mrs. Vernice Vnr- ble was hostess to the Household Science Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Papers were read by Mi's. William Ivers, Mrs. Ben Black and Mrs. John Finnan. A special stunt was given by Mrs. Charles King and a prize was awarded to Mrs. William Ivers. Other prizes were won by Mrs. Dean Busline!!, Mrs. Albert Wag- icr and Mrs. Charles Smith. Tlie next meeting will be Aug. 1 at the home of Mrs. Charles King. Eldred Notes ELDRED — Mrs. Zelma Floger 9th Street Cafe Under New Management VEKLA FARMER, SUNDAY I TURKEY $ PLATE . Homemade Pies 1.10 Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily of Madison, N. J., is here to visit her brothers, Roy and George Logan, and their families. She also will visit her brother and sister- in law, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Logan at Roxana. Mrs. Lillie Barnett of Pasadena, Calif., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Wilbur Schroeder. The Misses Charlotte and Phyliss Camp of Amarillo, Tex., canv, Tuesday for an extended visit will their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Larry Camerer. Thursday guests at the Otto Newton home were Mr. and Mrs Floyd Chapman of Roxana and Pvt. and Mrs. Howard Heffener of Waco, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. William DeShasiei and family of Virginia Beach, Va. have been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bushnell ir Carrollton and other relatives. De Shasier is in the navy. SWIMMING Suntan Beach Daily! Follow Hwy. 94 out of W. Alton, Mo., to Station "Ouatoga" and turn left on Highway "H". New prices! Children, 2 to 12—25c Adults—$1.00 Fine Italian Food/ Spaghetti, Ravioli, and Meat GODFREY, ILLINOIS AIR CONDITIONED Steaks, Chicken, Frog Legs, Barbecue Ribs, Lamb Chops, Lobster, Shrimp and Catfish. Open Daily 4 P.M. Closed Monday 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 SPECSAL SUNDAY BREAKFAST ALL THE HOT CAKES YOU CAN EAT ......... 40c WEEK-END SPECIAL! "CHUCK WAGON T-BONE STEAK" ........ $1.95 GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN ............ ..... $1.75 U. S. Alt. 67 — East Alton Across from Eastgate T>laza Shopping Center C. H. DECKER (Owner) OUR CHICKEN DINNERS ARE WORTH GROWING ABOUT Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken Mid-Town SUNDAY DINING ROOM AT NOON 7th and Central, Alton, III. -OPEN It ma H. w MION IMII tw»,.f«iwiu«» u. Maeoupm Fair Winds Up Today CARLINVILLE — Record breaking crbwds have attended each day of the Macoupih County Fair and today winds up the five-day program. Due to the packed grandstand nightly, a matinee was scheduled for 2 p.m. today of the Pee Wee King and Troupe Show. The second performance will begin at 8 p.m. The final twilight harness racing event will start at. 6 p.m. today. Carnival rides will be at half-price until 5 p.m. Licensed to Wed CARLINVILLE — Marriage licenses were issued in the office of Macoupin County Clerk Edward Young to the following couples: John Richard Robinson, 22, of Palmyra and Donna Kay Brimberry, 17, of Carlinville; George E. Hensey, 26, of Springfield and Maryann C. Wathern, 21, of Ml. Olive; Joseph William Kratochvil, 32, and Diane Celesta Donna, 20, both of Mt. Olive; Don Wayne Meyers, 21, of Plainview and Patsy Clementine Albert, 18, of Shipman; Andrew John Zessin, 21, and Merlelen Ann Smyd, 19, both of Lowder. Fined $100 CARLINVILLE — Robert Grays, 23, of Carlinville was arraigned before Macoupin County Judge Francis J. Bergen on a charge of disorderly conduct. The information was filed by State's Attorney Paul C. Ver- ticchio on complaint of Norman R. Paul and John Biondi. The defendant pleaded guilty, was fined $100. Democrats to Honor Lyons of Gillespie CARLINVILLE — Democrats of the three counties in the 38th senatorial district are planning H testimonial dinner honoring Senator William "Bill" Lyons of Gillespie. The dinner will be given at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the cafeteria of Carlinville High School. The district is made up of Macoupin, Montgomery and Bond counties. Senator Lyons is now in his second term. Church Women Meet at Bethalto BETHALTO — Mrs. Elmer Schoeneweis 1 e d devotions Thursday morning during a meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Bethalto Methodist Church. It was announced that there will be a school of missions at the church Aug. 5-9. EAST ALTON — Women can do a great deal, both as individuals and as groups, in helping tire youth of today develop into fine, well rounded adults, Gary Gale.' told members of the Women's Missionary Society Friday at First Baptist Church. Gates, a student minister who Bitten by Skunk BUNKER HILL—James Jarden, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jarden, is receiving daily treatment after being bitten by a rabid skunk. James was in the barn miljking and when he reached for a pail the skunk bit him on the hand. 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 AIR-CONDITIONED CAFE 101 Market Alton Praise Boon to Young, East Alton Women Told Owner of Irish Inn 'Guilty' EDWARDSVILLE.—Mrs. Ludie Shastid, operator of the Irish Inn Tavern near Granite City, whose county liquor permit was revoked for illegal sale of liquor to minors, was found guilty by a jury here Friday afternoon of another earlier sale of liquor to a 16-year-old high school student. A jury of five men and a woman in the court of Justice of the Peace Earl Vuagniaux, meeting in the grand jury room of the courthouse, assessed a fine of $75 for the sale of beer and wine to the Granite City teen-ager on Feb. 22. The youth testified in the jury trial that he bought six bottles of beer and two pints of wine from the licensee of the tavern who was behind the bar on the night the. offense occurred. The youngster- and another 16 year-old boy from Granite City left the tavern parking lot anc drive to a lonely "levee road' where they consumed "some 01 the beer and' wine," the pair testified. Night Riding Deputy Sheriff? William Renken of Alton anc Meivin Bess of Edwardsvil'le interrupted the "drinking party" and confiscated the liquor, they testified on questioning of As sistant State's Attorney Joseph Bartylak, who prosecuted the case. Deputies Bess and Renken queried the youths about the purchase of the liquor and were directed to the Irish Inn, outside of Granite City. Accompanied by the two deputies the teenagers returned to the tavern and identified Mrs. Hhastid, licensee and proprietor, "as the woman who sold us the liquor." On questioning by Assistant State's Attorney Bartylak, the youth told the jury he was not asked "my age or ID card by the bartender." The liquor license of the establishment was revoked after a "show cause" hearing June 20 before County Liquor Commissioner Harold Landolt when three Roxana High School sophomores testified they bought beer at the tavern prior to a "party" on the night of May 24. Hearing has been set for 10 a.m. July 29 at Springfield before the Illinois Liquor Control Commission on the appeal taken by Mrs. Shastid on the revocation of her county liquor permit. Jewish Day Camp Children's Outing KANE — A group of 35-children from the Jewish Day Camp at Camp David spent the day Thusday at Gopatistead, farm home of Juhn H. Wehrly Jr. The fifty camp it. sponsored by the ¥•>< ng Israel congregation at University City. Donald Makovskv is director of the camp 'Ho and the group of cou/'snllor.s led the children on a tour of the farm, which included lunch on the lawn and a hay ride. Baptist Services KANE — Sermon topic at the 10:15 a.m. Sunday service at Kane Baptist Church is "Supremely Christ's." Topic at the 7 p.m. services is "The Tragedy of Neglect." Pastor of the church Dr. U.S. Randall. ANNUAL FESTIVAL SUNDAY, JULY 21 Church Grounds Our Lady Queen of Peace Church-Bethalto Serving; 12 Noon to 8 P.M. Featuring Fried Chicken and Beef Dinners Adults $1.50 Children 75c Benetit ol the School Building fund s sewing as youth counselor of ihe church during the surhmer, stated dedication begins at home. 'One should remember to be generous with praise and use criticism sparingly. A great deal "can t>e clone for the young people if you, as women, will take the Sime to be a real friend to each ind every person of yoUr acquaintance." he said. It was voted to adopt the world church service project of tssembling medical kits to be distributed both at home and abroad hrough the world church center, as a regular portion of the society program. Mrs. Ralph Parker was nimed project chairman. Plans were made to fill the White Cross quota which includes medical supplies, clothing, infants wear, school supplies and clill dren's activity kits, much of which will be sent to India. Mrs. Earl Jones is White Cross chairman. Mrs. Stanley Stepson, president, announced the appointment of special committees for the com ing year: Mrs. Sadibel Weir, Mrs. Hubert Yoder, mother-daughter Danquet; Mrs. Orvil Oglesby, Mrs. Richard Johnson, Mrs. Sarah Wardlow, nominating; Mrs. Ethel Harney, Mrs. J. C. Barnett, Mrs. James While, budget; Mrs. Hnr- ney, Mrs. Parker, purchasing; Mrs. Willie Holder, Mrs. Harry Albert, May breakfast; Mrs. M. Colclasure, Mrs. Amy Bourland auditing; and Mrs. Thomas McDermand, parliamentarian. Girls Bike Stolen At East Alton EAST ALTON — Harold Frieman, 116 Whitelaw Ave., reported a girl's bike stolen from his home at 5:49 p.m. Friday, police reported. A bike fitting the description was picked up by Wood River police Friday after a Mrs.-Elmore Clifford, 376 Beach .Ave., Wood River, found it in her yard. Air Conditioned TONIGHT AND SUN. TONY CURTIS Colleen Miller, Arthur Kennedy "Rawhide Years" Todny nt 7:13 p.m. Sun. 1:00, 5:25, 7:44 p.m. Great Action in Color! Big Stars in ... Today at 8:40 p.m. Sun. 2:44, 5.:50, 0:10 p.m. , ILL. THURS.—Fill.—SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from X p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. OL 4-G613 or CL 4-7271 TONITE-SUN. Anthony Quiun, Silvana Mungaiio, Arthur Kennedy "BARABBA5" — COLOR — Tonito 8:37 Sun. 1:00, 4:51, 8:3(i Voices of Judy Garland, Robert Goulet, Red Buttons "GAY PURREE" Color. All Animated Tontto 7:0(> Sun. 3:14, 7:05 Selected Shorts TODAY & SUN. MATINEES — OPEN 12:16 4. av/s PRESUY, 3:05 5:45 BlgO FRIENDSHIP AND FURYI/ M-Q-M PYTHIAS OHmttiiion New Students Paiil PTillllps ,ff. of Alton and Mary Sparling of Roxann will assist In the orientation of new students at Illinois State Normal University, Sept 7 and 8. The two aten students were chosen, with several other students throughout the state, on the basis of leadership ability, personality, and scholastic record. those selected as lenders will welcome newcomers to the campus, assist them in making necessary adjuslments to college life, and interpret university tradition. Phillips is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips, 1111 7lh St., and Mary Sparling is the daugh- ler of Mr. and Mrs. Herschcl Sparling, 222 Roller, Roxana, In Summer Study Paul Hatcher, 3614 Coronado t)r., Alton, is among 149 recent high school graduates who are attending a summer program for engineering technicians June 17-Aug. 30 at the University of Illinois. W,G,T,U» Mcels At Wflwla Church SOUTH ftOXANA-the Smith Roxanft-Wanda Women's Chris- ttati Temperance Union iiiet Thursday at Wanda Methodist Church and the opening prayer was given by Miss Ruby Roseberry. Mrs. Fred Longshore read the devotlonals. Mrs. Robert Nessl of Alton, state WCTU president, talked on "The Importance of WCTU Work." Mrs. George Herbert read ft letter from the sheriff of Madk son County in answer to a letter to him complimenting him on the alcohol law enforcement. Mrs. Hazel Russell was ftp- pointed chairman of the Committee of three and plans were made to have a public auction at the August meeting. Refreshments Were served by Mrs. Ruth Littleton. Need Some Paint, Nalli, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY OPEN SUNDAY 9 to 1 BEL*AiRffiBl cAPRl -IWY 66 a HI '» 6 9636 TONlTETHRU TUES. OLD ST.IOUIS HO Cl 4 ..'114 NOW THRU TUES. Bob HOPS Anita EKbGIS GRANT WILUAMS • RANDY STUART PLUS 'Cartoon Festival SPENCER TRACY FRANK SINATRA 4 O'CLOCK '|»MIUM» COLOR! lOPEN 7:00 — START TARLIGHT = COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. NOW THRU BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 • U E.Si AN ALL-MIGHTY NEW MOTION PICTURE BRINGS THEM TOGETHER IN THE COLOSSAL CLASH OF ALL-TIME! King KDDJ'S Capture-, and Escaptl Godzilla's Atlick HI Tokyo-witliHIsAtomltj Power! King Kong's Ftrocliu Strength Level! Everything Before Him! Godzilli Knocki Jit Bombers jroin the Sky! Ocean liners Capsized ...Tidal Wivis Flood the Earth...the World's People In Panic! PLUS 2ND FEATURE nno THE THE INCREDIBLE , SHRINKING ___ GRANT WiLLIAMS • RANDY STUART Owl Shaw Tonlte WILL.ROGERS, JR. UUfll O UrniYASti- IAUREEN O'SULLIVAN WILD HERITAGE Color Cartoons — ) r rce Playground — Children Admitted Free HELDOVER!2ndGreatWeek,' NOW! AT THESE 3 THEATRES! INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OF THE WORLD! Continuous M^TINIiS TODAY & SUNDAY' Grand & Wlldey—Open U;30 T-^.,, MVW Nature presented at; lilO. 4i3Q. 8;QQ Open Mondfty jtll 7U6 •"" WILDEY lorn & Jerry CARTQptf FRENCH VILLAGE YpUH IKItNULY UklVlUIJ —ItOUlt bU ot 157— Exclusive Drive-In ShtnvliiK in Till* Arcu GRANP; Tjiff^yMflHpf 1 *

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