Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 10, 1963 · Page 16
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August 10, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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't&atmtm* ALTON WILSHIRE RESTAURANT Mail Shdpptwg Center BOB BEttkSMmtD BLVD. KASf ALTON Open Siitidnys 'til 7:So - Dally 'tit 10 p.m. Brtftf fhe frnmlly! SUNDAY, AU6. IHh CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT1 Vegetables - Hot Roll DINE WITH US T.BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS . $165 $125 $1 25 Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salnd and Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. MIDDLETON Owner BREAKFAST AT 0 A.M. Many Kinds of Waffles We Fix Carryout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD ACKOSS FROM BRIDGE ENTRANCE OUR CHICKEN DINNERS ARE WORTH GROWING ABOUT Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken OPEN Mid-Town SUNDAY DINING ROOM AT NOON 7th and Central, Alton, III. -OPEN U «IU K. Of ALTON ITAtt HOSr..K»TlllUIO ID. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily y Auxiliary Dliitief Monday JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Robert Miller, president of Worthey Past American Legion Auxiliary, has announced that the annual family dinner of the Auxiliary will be held at Legion Honv Monday at 6:30 p.m. WILD GOOSE Bargain Center Only 3 Miles E. BeMialfo OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY DANCE Sat. Nite, Aug. 10 NICK KUSMANHOFF Sun. Nite, Aug. 11 LES MORTLAND JERSEYVILLE MOOSE 695 Members and Their Guests ATR CONDITIONED SWIMMING Suntan Beach Daily! Follow Hwy. 94 out of VV. Alton, Mo., to Station "Ouatoga" and turn left on Highway "H". New prices! Children, 2 to 12—25c Adults—$1.00 D©NUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OXT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. Till 12:80 OPEN SUNDAY 9th Street Cafe | ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Under New Management VERLA FARMER SUNDAY Fried CHICKEN Or CHICKEN $ 1 & DUMPLINGS I Homemade Pies oo For Something; Different IN A DONUT TRY OUR DELICIOUS FILLED DONUTS BAKER'S DOZEN DONUT SHOP AND COFFEE BAR WOW 2 SrORES TO SERVE YOU 1718 Washington Av». Open 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. 321 Belle Street Open 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Haven and family have returned home after a vacation trip to Alaska. Mrs. Harley Gustine and grandson, Stan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gustine, are spending several days in Taylorville with Mrs. Gus- tinc's daughter, Mrs. Nelson Johnesee. Angela Gustine is remaining here with her anul, Miss Lucile Barnett, while Mr. and Mrs. Don Gustine are on a vacation trip to the Ozarks. SP6 Harold Meneley and Mrs. Meneley and their children havo left for Kilenn, Tex., after a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heftry Meffetiy and Mf. and Mrs ftaymoifd Cbstello. Vannie dei&ievedo of San Ah tonib, Tex., has been vteltlh frieflds in Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayham and son have returned to the! home in San Ahgelo, Tex., afte a visit with his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Felter Wayhatti. Lt. Cmdi Wayham of Beevllle, Tex. visits during the weekend here. Mrs. Leslie Winter of Balti more, Md. t Is visiting her broth er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Cook, and with her mother Mrs. Lillian Koliier, of St. Peters bug, Fla., who is spending severa weeks in the Cook home, The Congo may import movies VKStel'f 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 Dally 4 P.M. Closed Monday CIVIC MEMORIAL I AIRPORT RESTAURANT § = Dial 259-3502 I SUNDAY, AUG. 11th , = 3 PIECES FRIED CHICKEN Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Beans or Corn, Jcllo, Slaw, Beets or Apple- $ ffl 35 = V sauce, Hot Rolls and Butter \ S1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOPEN 'TIL TRIO CAFE: LELA RUSHING, Owner • CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS • FRIED CHICKEN • HAM or ROAST BEEF • All dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink 136 Central Bethalro, III. Phone DU 4-9381 $1 40 1 Sunday, Aug. 11 We Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef VLB. HAMBURGER .. 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES MALTS AND SHAKES 15c For Service, Quality, Price, Visit PARK ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! 1 2 FRIED CHICKEN With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CARRY OUT ONLY — Z for 1.45 COMET DRIVE-IN 3687 o < <> <> o WITH ALTON'S ORIGINAL DAILY SMORGASBORD Our SMORGASBORD Selection is a Gourmet's Delight I Dine In Cool Comfort In The Continental Atmosphere Of The French Riveria! Take a Holiday .... The Continental House Way! $ BREAKFAST t PRFF 7:30.11:30 A.M. I Ill-Li • ALL THE PANCAKES • YOU CAN EAT « 0 0 Delicious Syrup Flavors , ORCHIDS . Only • Regular Breakfast Menu 0 Also Offered • SMO*RGAS*BORD • Daily 4:80—8:80 • _ Sun. 11:30—8:30 Beef ROUml of Every Day* • Delicious Baked Low Price • Ham w Golden Fried • Chicken Chicken and m Dumplings SirJoln Tips and Rice • Chef's Special Meat Loaf w PLUS 0 A taiUalizIm; selection of vegetables and salads. • Optional service from the menus dally. FOR THE LADIES.. .While 100 Lasts AND A FREE GIFT FOR THE MEN! A PERSONAL GIFT TO REMEMBER FREE FAVORS FOR THE CHILDREN 75 1.25 Child &- Clip The Valuable Coupon mid Receive ONE FREE DESSERT CAFETERIA STYLE-DAILY YQVR. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON EVERY ITEM SERVED CAFETERIA g, FRQMWB MENU EVERY EVENING tOAPWAY-ALTON PLA^A PHONE HO 2-5036 f«r Here's a freaf fhe whole tamily will enjoyl Eating out Is a special treat for every member of the family. We take particular pleasure In serving family groups, so make It a custom to dine here frequently. Special portions served for the children. CAPE—I 01 Market • Alton—•Breakfast 7 a.m. FORTY ODD jy_P69 BraekeH and •jM;'Lulj gpoHgmatis'Cltib in Meet at" GAltROLLTON - C A E Sportsmans Club Will rtieet Aug. 12 nt 8 p.m. Club. "I don't care if you're on a diet or not. Frank Wllloby . .1 sold all my cookies at the build*the*school-pool bazaar. But I had to buy 4 dozen of Edle Simpson's, and you eat 'eml" Greg Zipprich Winner Of Jersey Parade Prize JERSEYVILLE — The grand prize in the 1963 light box parade Thursday evening at the Lions Playground was won by Greg Zipprich, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zipprich of Jerseyville. His version of the "Old Woman Who Lived In the Shoe" was judged tops in portraying the parade theme, "Fantasy In Motion". There were 45 entries in the event staged under the auspices ol the Recreation Department, ol which Paul McGarvey is director. A large crowd attended the playgrounds party and lantern parade which climaxed the summer recreation programs. In the group for the contestants four through 7 years, first winners was Mary Swan; 2nd, Debbie Sullivan; thin}, Paul Whiley, fourth Dale and David Hamilton. Winners in the group for 8 to 9- year-olds were: David Rudolph 1st; Debbie Shaw, 2nd; Cinday Sullivan, 3rd, Bruce Eglehoff, 4th. In the 10, 11 and 12-year-old division first went to Janie Charow; second to Tonda Liles and Steve McGarvey, 3rd. Ronnie Snyder won first in the older youth division and Lee Caskey took second place honors. Prior to the parade the Senior Citizen Club served refreshments and children played games. Ivan Heiderscheid, president of the playground and recreation board, made the presentations to winners f physcial fitness medallions and city tennis champions. Alonzo Stagg Foundation, in co- peration with the local recreation department, 'rewarded boys and girls for their promotion of phys- cal fitness during the summer. Winners who received medallions vere Steve McGarvey, Phillip oss, Mark Pistorius, Ronnie Snyder, Joseph Zipprich, Jeff Dehner and Janie Charow. Men's tennis winners were: Dale Daugherty 1st, Paul McGarvey, nd.- In the girls division, Phyllis Gil- vorth,was champion for the third consecutive year, with Norma towers as runner up. The midget division was won by )avid Austin, and second place rophy went to Tom Woblsey. The r ou th division was captured by David Smith, who defeated last ear's champion, Bob Hormell. In the Young-Men's Doubles division, Bob Hormell and Daryl Jardner won in the championship iver the father-son combination if Stan and Paul McGarvey. The Mrd place winners were Bill 'homas and Tom Schmidt, who lefeated Danny Berthoux and David Smith for the^ trophy. Director McGarvey has announc- that the swimming pool will continue to be open for swimming even though the playgrounds closed with the Thursday evening program. Splinter Removed JERSEYVILLE — Two young people were given emergency treatment at the Jersey Community Hospital following minor accidents in Jerseyville. Beverly Weller, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weller of Jerseyville ran a splinter under the nail of the great toe of her right foot at her home Thursday evening. She was brought to the hospital where the splinter was removed ond the patient treated. John Clark, 8, Jerseyvilie, was brought to the hospital at noon Friday for treatment. He had a fish hook caught in the index finger of his right hand. Lodge at Shipman Plans Friends Night SHIPMAN — Wednesday night the Eastern Star Chapter set the date of Sept. 5 for local "Friends Night." The'committees named by Mrs. Coila Cairns, worthy matron, are: serving, Mrs. Richard Edsall, Mrs. Ada Frank, Miss Blanche Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schoeneman; dining room, Mrs. H. R. French, Mrs. Roger Stevens and Mrs. Ebert Pointer. The August Twinkle Club meet- ng will be held on Aug. 22 at Beaver Dam State Park, with a jicnic dinner at noon. The Chap- :er will clean the temple on Aug. 21. WSCS Meeting SHIPMAN — The Piasa WSCS met Wednesday night at the church annex. Mrs. William Duncan gave the lesson on "world Council of Churches at New Del- ri." Devotions were given by M,rs. Vera Jones and Mrs. Wilbur Rheinhardt. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Stella Lowis and Mrs. Raymond Piggott. Graf ton Lodge Women Have Dinner GRAFTON — Members of the Royal Neighbor Lodge had a dinner at Marquette Lodge Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jasmine DeSherlia, announced that the next meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 3, at the odge hall. at Robin Hood Country i«h fltHlifSrty CARROLLtON - Mw. Voiles Jr., ente^ftlned at ft ming pnfty Sntufrlny triorhillg ftt the McCndden pool iti celcbraH^ of the 12th birthday of iier daWgn- ter, Jtillfi. Att>tojiltnnte1y' twenty gtiests were Invited. HURRY! ENTER NOW! GET YOUR OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK FOR WIMPY'S COLORING CONTEST Win A NEW Bicycle! Two Age Groups .... Two Winners BOYS OR GIRLS Ages 5 to 7 .... 8 to 13! Pun for all...great prizes too! Just pick up your entry blank at Wimpy's anytime.. .color it (be sure to read the coloring hints)..,and return it to Wimpy 1 * before August 24, 1963! Winners will be selected in each age group and announced August 27, 1963! Limit one entry per person! GET YOUR ENTRY BUNK AT DRIVE-IN R9AP, PHONE «M»1J TONIGHT AND SUN. OHABLTON HESTON yVETT.B MIMIEUX IAMOND HEAD "'uinuiCoidl Tonight at 8:40 p.m. Sun. 2:37, 8:45, 0:09 CM** Tonight at 7:15 p.m. Sun.; 1:00, 4j23, 7:47 KOXANA, AIR CONDITIONED TONITE Continuous from 7 p,m, Sunday Continuous from i p.m, No Parkin? Problemi ' Ph. Ql, 4.0QJ8 or 01. 4-7871 AND SUN. Color utullo Rftri Maiden Tojiite "AIR PATROt" WWard Merry ToiU SunJay 7il8 BEL*AIR . AMtftiCAl APR! NOW thru TUES. PLUS Power <fe I'nsslon — BUS GEHAROWIANDS NOW thru TUBS. OB HOPE i LUCILLE BALL CRITIC'S CHOICE TKBHNIOOUPR PLUS BLAZING ACTION I JOHN WAYNE DEAN MARTIN AMAif|i RICKY NELSON I8IIWWV TECHNICOLOR OPEN 7:00 — START DOSK| YOUtt FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. Box Office Opens At 7!QO NOW Thru TUES. Story by Ruth BrookjRippen NEIL Screenplay by Rift Brooks flipped, Kstheritt and Dale Bnsoa 1 Produced br JERRY BfiESLER.DirectedtyfWH.W£fJOKOS OWL SHOW TONITE. — Jim Davis in "THE GAMBLER WORE A GUN" Color Cartoons — Free Playground — Children Admitted Free TODAY & SUNDAY OPEN 12:45 2 BIG ENTERTAINING HITS As Warm and Human as "OLD YELLER" Walt Disney's SAVAGE SON OF "OLD YELLER" TECHNICOLOR* '. I.I.II.J tr BUS" VI3U Oiltribulion Co,tat • 0ISM Win Chi*., Imtotm 9nil Hit Br ' a " Keith, Tommy Kirk, Kevin Corcoran £11Q fill Shown 2:30 (1:00 9:25 At are the llvin end out 7:50 W here the West begmsl BRUCE JACK - CABOT • KIRKWOOD __. lnrfMI«M)lrlUWUMMUM I EXTRA: MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON THE MOST EXCITING PICTURE YOU'LL SEE IN '631 NOW! AT BOTH THEATRES Comfortably CQOC*ms Comfortably COOL WIIDEY r MATINEES TODAY & SUNDAY—Open 18:45—Starts 1:10 Fonture Trosented 1:40 5:00 8:80 Open Monday 7:00 — Feature at 8:00 Only. GIANT OF ALL THE YEAR'S GREAT HITS! MAGNIFICENT NEW TRIUMPH FROM THE MAKER OF 'EL CID'! Samuel:Bronston PRESENTS

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