Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1963 · Page 18
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August 9, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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ALTON to Participate in Events at fair Jersey Coun ty 44f Cltib membets will exhibit ftt Illinois State Fair. •The junior Steer Show will be Sfettiftiay afid the following from this aha Will exhibit: Kathy Ber^S- Robert Berger, Larry Parsell and Marvin Tuetken. On Monday, tlie Junior Division Purebred Beet Show will take place in the same building. In this division, the following from Jersey county will exhibit: Sharon Parsell, Virginia Fritz, Larry Parsell, Robert Wock and Michael Wock. The judging for this competition will begin at 1 p.m. On Tuesday, the Junior Division Dairy Show will take place at 8 a.m. Entries will be displayed by Winona Fritz tnd Darrell Fritz. On Thursday Several Jersey county 4-H Club members will participate in other events. John Gibbons will compete in the public speaking event, and Marie Walsh and Thomas Ryder will take part in the demonstration contest. Thomas Ryder will also compete in the master of ceremonies contest. The evening of Aug. 15 the Fieldon 4-H Club will enter t h e competition in the Share The Fun festival beginning at 7:30 p.m. At the recent 4-H Fair in Jersey county, Marilyn Crull was chosen foods demonstrator, and Roberta Frost was selected to attend classes at the state exposition. Participating in the dress review will be Donna Brueggemann, Carol Cox, Wanona Fritz, Sharon Parsell and Sharon Gaffney. Joyce Moore and Laura Rich will send clothing for state competition. Mrs. John Duiiphy of Jersey 90 Today JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. John Dunphy observed her ninetieth birthday today. She has been visiting the past week with Mrs. C. F. Kennedy and returned to her home on South State Street for her birthday. Mrs. Dunphy Is recuperating from an operation for removal of a cataract which she underwent several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Foster, who reside with Mrs. Dunphy, are on a trip through the west where they will visit the former's aunt, Mrs. Sarah Hedger and family and will visit places of interest in California. While they are away Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shea of-Jerseyville are staying with Mrs. Dunphy, who is Mrs. Shea's aunt. Mrs. Foster's father, William Haun, who also stays at the Dunphy home, has gone to Bethalto to remain with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Haun, during the Foster's absence, MORO BAND CONCERT at MORO PARK Sandwiches, Home Made Pies SAT., AUGUST lOHi 3:00 p.m. 'till ? ? Farm Building Bttrtis at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Fire Department was called to the Ralph Russell place two and one half miles northwest of Jerseyville Tuesday. An old building had caught fire from an undetermined origin and the blaze was threatening to spread to other barns and outbuildings. The fire was discovered by a motorist. Mem bers of the Russel family were not at home at the time. Home front Tour JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. J. H Houseman and son, John, have returned from a seven-day trip in the East, Fldlllty Birth JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs John Bierman of Fidelity are the parents of a son born Aug. 6 a Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Dennis Wayne and he weighed nine pounds, six and a half ounces. He is a grandson of Mr, and Mrs Lester Ontis of Medora. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Bierman was Miss Anna Belle Ontis. 0 t h e children in the family are Vickie 10, PenniCi 6, Lester, 4, Eric, 3 and John Paul, 1. Former Fietdon Man Retires From V»S» Army JERSEYVILLE — Lt. Col. Charles V. Pregnldin, a former resident of Fieldon and Jerseyville, has retired from active duty in the United .States Army after 22 years of service. He graduated from Jersey Township High School and later as an ROTC graduate from the University of Illinois. He entered the Corps of Engineers from Jerseyville as u second lieutenant in the Reserves in 1941, and later was accepted by the regu lar army. During World War II and after lhat conflict Col Pregaldin served in Germany Iceland, France, Austria, Japa and Korea and at stations in parts of the United States. His most recent assignmen inclurlod an associate professor ship of military science at Mis sourl Sdhix)! of Mines and Metal lurgy ill Rolla, Mo. Col. Pregaldin''s parents are now residing in St. Louis anc Col. Pregaldin, his wife and their three children will reside there. CAIRO — Egypt's lobster iiidus try needs a manager. FMelis Class rtl Jersey PlflMs Picnic JERSEVvlLLE — Members f the Fidelis Class of the Meth- dist Church will have a picnic unday at the Westerner Club n East Alton from 11:30 a.m. to :30 p.m. The committee in charge of irrangements includes Mrs. Wiliam Wilson, chairman, Mrs. lussell Warner. Mrs. Vince Richey and Mrs. Harold Blackorby. Miss Dolan Here JERSEYVILLE — Miss Mary Dolan who teaches near Los Art- geles, Calif., came to Jerseyville Thursday for a 10-day visit at the home of Mrs. M. V. Schlin der and with other friends. Miss Dolan, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Dolan formerly resided here. Return From New Mexico JERSEYVILLE — Mr. anc Mrs. Clarence Pickerel anc daughter, Diane, hove returned from a 10-day visit in Aubuquer que, N.M., with the couple's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. Frederick Pickerel, and son. BEL'AIR DRIVE -IN HWY.66 & 111 TR. 6-9636 Open 7:00—Starts Dusk Both Hits in Color NOW torn TUESDAY OF FLAMING ACTION! AWW \FF JlS" 1 ^'?"""I""*"»» «»' "«">«» •CCCMil HbohNii «H» el hUnt ntoitid In OttfliM«!T« tarbirtin h<inl«. , •OLCin«iltt>«taHn'ttH>chli SAMUEL BRONSTON PRESENTS •• OHARLTON err m* htlghtt al hmlim ii'bittlM writ PLUS POWER AND PASSION —. fit 'T v x T^^Ss > ^ BURLIVES GENA ROWLANDS GEOFFREY KEEN Bids tMder Advi§tement BEtttALTO —'' Pout- bids ofi* a leattng plant for: the large ha it Civic Memorial Airport Were aken Under 1 aavisement fhuts* day night by the airport author!y- The Thomas Fleming Co. ol Ak ton submitted the apparent 'low bid of $10.105, With Kane Plumb- Ing & Heating Co. of Wood River bidding $12 t 400, .General Refrigeration and Heating Co..of East Alton giving a bid of $13,818,. &nd Modern Plumbing and Heating Co. had the highest bid of $13,900.' A committee from the authority will study the bids and make a report at the group's next meeting. A new water heater has been installed in the.'parts department of the large hanger, it was reported. Cost of the unit was $100. The board discussed a signal system fof aleftifig alffoft Jet- sonhel of <4h aircraft flffe of other tyjje of lire at the airport. At present there is no way to waMl i>ersons of fires at the,airport, jo that the firemen call get to [he crash truck afid prepare to Bght the fire. A comttiittee Will Investigate systems that would be suitable for the airport's use, ard Rook, chalrman f said. SAN SALVADOR ^ An El Sal-* vador firm Is purchasing 64,000 feet of cast Iron pressure (pipe, JMtei GREENFIELD ~ ices for Miss Mildred Kdmtstoti were conducted by the ttev. S. W. Thornton, pastor of the Presby' terian Church at Shields Memorial Home Wednesday afternoon. Everett Arras, James Jones, Fred Rich, Q, W. S|x>«- sler, Homer Jennings, and Chester Converse served as palibear-j ers. Burial was in Asbury Ceme*' tery, east of Greenfield. 9th Street Cafe ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Under New Management VEHLA FARMER SUNDAY Fried CHICKEN Or CHICKEN $ 1 00 <; & DUMPLINGS Homemade Pies I ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., AUGUST 10 Music by BARNEY HALE 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member CAPRI DRIVE-IN OLD ST LOUIS RD. CL.4-2IU NOW IhrU TUESDAY: Open:7:«0-Sturt Dus, C BOB HOPE LUCILLE BALL CRITIC'S CHOICE JOHN WAYNE DEAN MARTIN RICKY NELSON TECHNICOLOR CO-STAIIINO MARILYN MAXWELL RIP TORN JESSIE ROYCE LANDIS JOHN DEHNEK JIM BACKUS YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 NOW THRU TUES, . COLUMBIA PICTURES ., AJERRYBRESLEf?: PRESENTS. . PRODUCTION Filmed hi Spectacular Scenic- COLOR! STARRING* .. ". ' JESSIE ROYCE CESARE DANIELLE *iil*deiEIZ Kathenn'e and Dale Eunson • Story by Ruth Brooks Flippen ' Produced by JERRY BRESLER 'Directed by PAUL WENDKOS 13 INTERNATIONAL BEAUTIES THE CANDY WEB 1 TRAPPE Owl Show Tonite & Sat, CARTOONS /™,GflMBlER FREE s PLAYGROUND Children Admitted FREE WORE fl GUM ttttrlng JAMES DAVIS .MERRY ANDERS THIS IB WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO HAVE PIZZA AT MIDTOWN DINING ROOM 56RYJN$ NISHTLY 8>30TO I2;30 o a. 3 O o Z CL O "' ySyyaa' > rtr ! ^«j?i>i A wwM»i COLONEL HARLAND P. 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' Karl Maiden t Tonlte, Sat. 8:21 Suntlay 1:00 : 4:44 8:28 "AIR PATROL" Wlllard Parker Morry Anders Tonltc, Sat. 7:08 Sunday 3:20, 7:13 SELECTED SHORTS EAT HERE OR CARRY OUT! f FRIED CHICKEN •-Light horse fchow. i 28,000 licml of ttrtte 1lve*t«ek< * Grand Olc Drt Show with 80 top • American ttullrttt Vlllftge f drilling ImrncM facing • Mississippi rlvorhoftt Hcte * Cimilvni midway of fun, NOW Mtttineofl ftt. & Opoh 12i30 TONITE SAT, & SUN, CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA LARGE SIZE! Sausage, Mush- , Reg. $ 1 AQ room, Pepperoni, Hamburger'... 1.60 I •Av 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 STARRING BRIAN TOMMY MARTA KEVIN KEITH-KIRK'KRISTEN-GORGORAN TECHNICOLOR* 2ND BIG HIT Tonite 0;00 — Sat. 8:80 0:00 O'M BOB LUCILLE WJ are the livln'.endout where the West begins I C 'KlRKWQOD ; ROBERTLmCH ItfMEffiN-.*^ 'Tonite 7:28— Sat. 1:00 4i2B 7:66 EXTRA! Mickey, Mouse Cartoon"Mickey's Delayefl Date" ("BREATHTAKING AS 'EL CIDT'-I. A. Times. 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