Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 27, 1963
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ALTON EVENING WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Only 9 Miles g. ] t*WW»WUUWW»»»V»W^ 9th Street Cafe ;: Under New Management VtJItLA PAttMM SUNDAY Fried CHICKEN Or CHICKEN $ f 00 i & DUMPLINGS I Homemade Pies Open 1 to 7 |).in. daily Participate ifl trap Shoot cAMoiiLTOto — Adrian Read, Jake Freeh, Carl Nell, Arnold Hyde and Mr. aiid Mrs. Gary FHfcjarrell went to Springfield Thursday where all participated in the Trap Shoot held in connec Uon with the Illinois Farm Sports Festival at the Methef Gun Cluh The group was accompanied by Kenheth Harms, organization director of the Greene County Farm Bureau. Life Saving Lessons to Open Monday at Westlake SWIMMING Sunfart Beach Dally! follow H\vy. 94 out of W. Alton, Mo., to Station "Ottfttoga" and turn left on Highway "H". Now prices! Children, 2 to 12—2Bc Adults—$1.00 JERSEYVILLE - The summe program of swimming lesson sponsored by the Jersey Count; Red Cross Chapter has added i course in Junior Life Saving ac cording to announcement made b> 0. A. Wilson Jr., water safetj chairman of the local Red Cross Chapter. The course starts Monday a Westlake Country Club and wit TRIO CAFE: LEIA BUSHING, Owner • • CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS • PRIED CHICKEN • HAM or ROAST BEEP • All dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink 136 Cental Bethalto, III. Phone DU 4*9381 $4 40 1 Sunday, July 28 Need Some Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? OPEN I BETHALTO SUNDAY I BUILDERS 9 to 1 I SUPPLY WILSHIRE RESTAURANT Wilshire Mall Shopping Center 505 BERKSHIRE BLVD. EAST ALTON Open Sundays 'til 7:30 — Dully 'III 10 p.m. Bring The Family! SUNDAY, JULY 28 CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT! Vegetables - Hot Roll Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beet VLB, HAMBURGER . . 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES • Regular Size Hamburgers 15c • CHEESEBURGER 25c • ROOT BEER In 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 PROFESSIONAL MOTORCYCLE RACES 3 £ Half Mile Flat Track American Legion Park Jerseyville, III. SUNDAY, JULY 28 Time Trials Races Start continue through Aug. 26. The class will be taught between 10;30 and noon each Monday with additional practice sessions to bn held at the Boys and Girls Club pool at convenient times. Those taking the course should be 12 to 15 years of age inclusive and should hold the Red Cross rating of Swimmer or have equivalent swimming ability. Each student must furnish his own suit and towel and girls must have swimming caps. Registration may be made at the Wesllake pool Monday morn ing. Visiting In Detroit JERSEYVILLE-Frank Kiely eft Wednesday afternoon for De- roit, Mich., where he will visit 'or two weeks With friends and •elatives. Kiely, a native of Jerseyville, was employed in De- roit for many years and upon •etirement returned here to make ils home. Vacationing In Oznrks JERSEYVILLE—Lt. and. Mrs. Dale Ogden and children of Jer- eyville left Thursday for a two vcek's stay in the Ozarks. Lt. Ogden is on vacation from his uties with the Jerseyville Police orce. Fine Kalian Food/ Spaghetti, Ravioli, and Meat Balls, Steaks, Chicken, Frog Legs, Barbecue Ribs, Lamb Chops, Lobster, Shrimp and Catfish. GODFREY. AIR CONDITIONED Open Daily 4 P.M. Closed Monday CUKB PRICES ONLY! PARK-ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON DINE WITH US T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS . $4 65 $•125 $•125 Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and-Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. DICK MIDDLETON Owner BREAKFAST AT 6 A.M. Many Kinds of Waffles We Fix Carzyout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD ACROSS FROM BRIDGE ENTRANCE IIIIIMIIMIII Eighth Annual SHIPMAN HOMECOMING Community Park TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, JULY 30 & 31 Sponsored by The Kitchen Klattei Band Fish & Chicken— Sandwiches & Dinners Rides Parade 6 P.M., JULY 30 Crowning of Miss Shipman, JULY 31 Entertainment Nightly! . Concessions Delhi Unit Will Meet On Sept. 17 JEUSEYVILLE-The Delhi Unit of the Jersey County Hotnehikera Service will observe "Vacation Month" in August and no meeting will he held during that period. The first session of the fall season will be Sept, 17 at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Barnard, Sixteen were present for th meeting Wednesday afternoon the Farm Bureau building, M Conrad Roemer of Jerseyvilte wa in charge of the major lesson "Dairy Foods Demonstrations." 1 addition to Mrs. Roemer demoi strations on "Dairy Foods" wer presented by Mrs. Ernest Feren bach and Miss Mary Piggott. Ro call was answered with "M Favorite Sport." Transferred to Washington JERSEYVILLE — Lt. Colone Forrest \V. Schlaiisker has bee awarded the Air Force Cornmenda lion Medal for service performs at the Air Force accounting an finance center at Denver, Colo according to information receive here this week by Jersey Count relatives. Lt. Col. Schlansker is the so of Mrs. Charles H. Schlansker o ODD Bracken and Rod Lull RETIREMENT HOME FOR 80LDEN YEARLING Games! forties! Rm! LIVE IT UP! Kin illllHIIIIIIIIICiyiC MEMORIAL AIRPORT RESTAURANT Dial 259-3502 SPECIAL RESERVATIONS FOR CLUBS AND SOCIETIES SUNDAY, JULY 28 - SPECIAL TURKEY AND DRESSING, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Beans or $435 Corn, Jello, Slaw, Beets or Applesauce, 'Hot Rolls and Butter • « 1 315 South Lafayette St. and th late Charles Schlansker. The lal ter served as sheriff of Jerse; County for four years. A graduated of Jerseyville High School and George Wa'shlngtot University, Schlansker has been in military service 23 years anc is now assigned to the Directorate of Accounting and Finance, USAF Washington, D.C, Treated for Foot Injury JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Robert Fry of Jerseyville sustained foot injury in a peculiar accident Thursday. She was barefooted at her home that morning and dog jumped onto her left foo: causing an abrasion of the little toe. She was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital at 10 a.m where she was treated and then released. Elizabeth Partridge, 6-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Partridge of Piasa cut hei left foot on a broken bottle Thursday evening. The wound was sutured at the Jersey Community Hospital. Guests of Mrs. Stelle JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Stelle, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lemmon and son, Todd, of Winnetka, 111., are weekend guests here of Mr. Stelle's mother, Mrs. Frank E. Stelle. sillllllllllllllllllllllllOPEN TIL SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsville Road, Wood River Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ENTREES: Soups: Consomme with Rice French Onion 1. Poached Filet of Cod with egg sauce and lemon garni 2. Tenderloin Tips a la Dutch in casserole 3. Baked Ham with pineapple sauce, apple ring garni '1. Fricassee of Chicken, rice en broderie Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad Baked Potatoes Snowflake Potatoes Choice of: Assorted Relish Tray Dial CL 4-7612 for Reservation CAFETERIA OPEN! HOURS 7:30 A.M. -8:30 P.M. DAILY SUN.: 11:30-8:80 BREAKFAST All the Pancakes you can eat Only LUNCHEON Cafeteria Style Featuring ROAST ROUND pf BEEF DAILY SMORGASBORD Daily 4(30 p,m,.8;3Q p.m. ALL YOU Sunday 11)30 a.m-e^O oiin m* 'I 75 Bring your family and friends " ALTON l800 El BROADWAY PHONE HO 2-5036 FOR FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! 1 2 FRIED CHICKEN ». With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! •- 1 CURB AND CARRY OUT ONLY COMMUNITY PLAYERS Present "THE WOULD BE GENTLEMAN" A comedy-in two acts JULY 27 and 28 8:30 P.M. at the ROUND HOUSE Wood River For reservations < i Tickets 50c Call CL 4-3680 2 fw$ 1.45 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. » MM M, «f 4H«N »WI HW.-W4KUDI* u>. OUR HAVE YOU TRIED DELICIOUS BLUEBERRY DONUTS BAKER'S DOZEN DONUTSHOP AND COFFEE BAR NOW 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 1718 Washington Av0. Open 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. 321 Belle Street Open 8 A.M, to 9 P.M. 491 Jersey ans on Public Aid Roils JERSEYViLLE—Four hundred and ninety one Jersey County residents were on the public aid rolls during May according to in "But what does a golden yearling do if she hates bowling and loathes canasta and can't stand folk dancing?" of Swaf Winners Announced at Jersey Winners JERSEXVILLE the "King of Swat" competitio held and directed by the Jersey ville Recreation Department wer announced Friday by Paul Me Garvey, city recreation director The competition was for boys be tween the ages of 6 and 11. Each boy in the three group was given 10 official swings a he ball which is mounted on a Kilting tee with a measuring netcr to determine the distant .he ball would have traveled b; :he Impact of the swing. The 1 scores were added to determine lie winner. Tim Daugherty, son of Mr, and Mrs. Dale Daugherty, was win ner in the Senior Circuit for ages .0 and 11, with a score of 850 The Junior Circuit Winner was 9 ear-old Greg Stone, son of Mr and Mrs. Paul Stone who had E otal score of 550. The Rookie Circuit lor boys 6 and 7, was won jy Joe Sagez, son of Mr. anc VIrs. George Sagez, The equipment and trophies foi he "King of Swat" competitor vere provided by the Jersey Coun y Motors Co. and the trophies vere presented to the three win ners by Barry Ritter, represents ive of the company. Second place winners in the iree categories were Jim Baker, senior Circuit; Paul Burrows, unior Circuit and Mark Fesslei f Rookie Circuit. Donates Land for Street JERSEYVILLE — City workmen were engaged in the projecl f widening North Liberty Street etweet Hollow Avenue and Lott treet. Land for carrying out the reject was donated to the city y Wes Healey owner of the Toperty on the east side of the treet. Prior to 'the widening of the treet there was hardly room nough for two cars, and condi- J o tions are much improved by the project. To Attend Swim Party JERSEYVILLE—The Youth of the First Baptist Church will meet at the church at 12:30 p.m. Monday to go to Jacksonville to attend the West Central swimming party. PNUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OTT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. Till 12:30 OPEN SUNDAY Mrs. Ada Walker Rites Conducted CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Mrs. Ada Blanche Walker, wife of Lee Walker, were !ield Thursday at 2 at the Berdan .Batpist Church with the Rev. Elner Grafft of Alsey officiating. Burial was in .the Carrollton City Cemetery. .Pallbearers were: Leroy Walker, Leonard Walker, Charles Walker, Donald Evans, Ronnie Jarrison and Wade Garrison. Attend Meeting CARROLLTON — Floyd Wilcox, Dan Wright, Virgil Grizzle and John C. Price, members of the erene County Board of Supervisors, spent Thursday in Peoria conferring with auditors regard- ng the Greene County levy and Budget to be drawn up at the Sep;ember meeting of the Board. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Id Pohlman of Carrollton are parents of a son born Thursday n Boyd Memorial Hospital. Admitted to the hospital'Thurs- day as medical patients were: Stephen Grummel of Hettick, Kevin Siemer of Carrollton, and Mrs. Clara Wedding of Fieldon. Laecquo Woolsey of Carrollton >vas dismissed from the hospital Thursday, Dismissed Friday were John Spencer of Greenfield, Miss D atricia Witt of Eldred, and Ke;in Siemer of Can-ollton. Talley, Family Reunion CARROLLTON-- The annual 'eunion of the Talley family will be held Sunday at the Greene tounty Fairgrounds. Birthday Party CARROLLTON -- Mr. and Mrs. 'aul Geers entertained-at t.h e i r ome Wednesday evening in cele- ration of the seventh birthday nniversary .of their son, Dennis leers. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo. eers, Mr.- and Mrs. Harry Cartr Jr., Mr. and Mrs. David Tuck- and Jerry Sullivan. Homecoming Set Aug. 3 r 4 At Eldred ELDRED — The annual homecoming, sponsored jointly by the American Legion and Auxiliary, will be held Aug. 3 and 4 at the Legion Hall. A family style chicken dinner will be at noon Sunday with serving to start 11 a.m. There will also be entertainment on Sunday. A dance will be held Saturday eve ning. Mrs. Faye Freer is president of the Auxiliary and Orville Bechdoldt Commander of the Legion. Eldrccl Notes ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hyde and daughter, Cindy, have returned from a two weeks vacation in California. T h e y were guests at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leese at Montrcy Park and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Klemme at Van Nuys. Mrs. Russell E. Plogger and children, Rusty and Donna, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Plogger, have left by plane to join S.Sgt. Russel Plogger at Hahn Air Base in Germany. The Ploggers expect to be overseas three years. The World Wide Guild Girls of the B a pt i s t Church under the direction of Mrs. Jack Nolan, will have charge of the 10:30 worship service Sunday at the Baptist Church. The Rev. and Mrs. John Finnan are on two weeks vacation. DELICIOUS SMORGASBORD Adults $1.95 Children (under 13) $1.35 SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 6 P.M. RESTAURANT Service From The Menu At All Times SPECIAL SUNDAY BREAKFAST ll the Hot Cakes A f\- You Gun Eat .... H<VV WEEK-END SPECIAL! 'phupk Wagon I if as r-Bone Steak" J, 3ol4eii Fried $<fl 76 Chicken ....,...,,,, JL. U.S. Alt. 67—East Alton. Across from Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center C. H. PECKER (Qwntr) BEL*AIR 66 & HI IB » TONITE Thru TUBS. • PKEMIEBE SHOWING! f TONITE Thru TUES. DORIS JAMES he Ira/tors A UNIVERSAL RELEASE n 3RD HIT TONITE "INVASION OF THE STAR CREATURES" JOANNE WOODWARD PLUS THRILLER! 3RD HIT TONITE "DATE BAIT" • OPEN 7:00 — START DUSKi ROXANA, ILL. THURS.—FRI.—SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. GL 4-6613 or CL 4-7271 TONITE — SUNDAY Churl ton Ilcston Yvctte Mhnioux George Clmklrls "DIAMOND HEAD" Color — Tonite 9:00 Sun. i:25,'5:i2, 8:89 Leslie Caron, David Niven, David Opatoshu "GUNS of DARKNESS" Tonite 7:30 . Sun. 3:12, (i:59 SELECTED SHORTS formation released Ilils from the Illinois Public Aid Commission. The Jersey County recipients received a total of $26,684. Two hundred twenty-six pef- sons received assistance uhdfif the Old Age pension plan and received $l?,7fi2 of (lie total arrtoiM expended for aid in the county. One hundred and fifty seven on the Aid to Dependent Children rolls received a total of $5,203. Blind assistance was paid to only seven residents and their total was $742. A total of $2,535 was paid to 32 persons under the Disability program and 61 persons on the General Assistance roster received a total of $582. Girl Hurt in Fall From Pony At Carrollton CARROLLTON - Miss Bonnie Bridgewatcr, seven- year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bridgewatcr, received treatment for numerous scratches and bruises Thursday afternoon In Boyd Memorial Hospital after a pony she was riding became frightened, threw her off and dragged her for a distance. Church Picnic CARROLLTON — Members of the Sunday school of the Mt. Gilead Church enjoyed a picnic dinner at noon today in the Carrollton city Park. Burt Curtright is superintendent of the Sunday school and the Rev, Dan Vititoe is pastor of the church. TUGS., Wed., Thurs. Family Prices All Seats 25o TONIGHT AND SUNDAY R0BERE FbFLTUE SEffi/W Tonight at 8:50 p.m. ' Sun. 1:06, 4:52, 8:47 pirn. JAMBS MASON in ISLAND Tonight, at 7:1? p.m. Sun. 8:14 and 7:07 p.m. YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DHIVE-IN TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL; Brixottlcc Opens n( TiQJL. NOW thru DORISv DflV ' GflRNEfc INVITE YOU TO WATCH THEM ENJOY HIT "That Tough of Mink" Doris D«y & c«ry Grant, In Color Owl Shew TQNITE color |M»ypri»m(iW:Wklrgo Admitted NOW Matinees Today & Sun. Open 12:45 OPEN MONDAY (1:45 The Year's Most Hilarious Prescription for Fun & Romance SANDRA/ PETER » DEE /FONDA TAMMYandthe DOCTOR In tASTMM COLOR "•" I 1 "* A UNIVERSAL PICTURE M'ACDONALD CAREY • BEULAH BONDI • MARGARET LINDSAY TODAY & SUN. U30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:2S, 0:30— MON.7:30, »!8Q . Extra I Woody Woodpecker CnrtoonL "Music Halls of Yesterduy" Next Tuesday Matinee! 1:30 "JUDDIIG SUMMER FUN SHOW" PLUS CARTOONS & SURPRISES! ' GRAND: NEXT FRI, HAYLEY MILLS "SUMMER MAGIC" TODAY & SUNDAY Open 12:45 BIG HITS Together IN COLOR! A OARING GAMBLE FOR A PRIZE GREATER THAN VICTORY!, WALT DISNEY \MlMCieoftheWHITE STALLIONS ' * PLUS TODAY & SUNDAY l:4g 4jBS 8!4fi KTUfife TPBIN THATCHER TQPAV & SUN. OAItTOONl NOW! ENPS T«URS,l _MAf|NEB SUNDAYTwS HB. WUDEY Bob uvduii

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