Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 17, 1963 · Page 18
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August 17, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAQfS ALTON EVENING SATURDAY, AUGUST Ifijjgj illlllllllllllHCIVIC MIMORiAL'iiiiiiiiiiiiiii I AIRPORT RESTAURANT I m . Dial 259.3502 SUNDAY, AUO, 18th 3 = H HAM and Candied Sweet Potatoes • == Bctiiis of Corn, Jello, Stfltv, fieots S*j 35 or Applosntice, Mot Rolls and ftuttcr JL i)llllllllll!l!llllllll|OPEN 'TIL \ TRIO CAFE: LELA KtiSHlNG, Owner 9 • TURKEY and DRESSING • PRIED CHICKEN • HAM or ROAST BEEP • All dinners Include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink 136 Cental Bethalto, III, Phone DU 4-9381 Sunday, AUR. 18 BETHALTO HOMECOMING LABOR DAY WEEKEND AUG. 31, SEPT. 1-2 Sponsored by The Fire Department and American Legion Free Entertainment — Concessions — Rides — Plenty of Refreshment Stands— Kiddie Parade Sunday, 2 p.m. 8 All Boys> Born Past Week at JERSEYVILLE - The eigli babies born at the Jersey Com nninity Hospital Ihe past week were boys, three Of whom were born oh the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garland o WIN $1065.00! FREE PRIZES HCRlstor Now During Our First Anniversary Celebration OOOI'niiY HOAD, GODFREY See Thursday's Piiner for Details Woody's Self Service Drlve-tn DNUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Q»D Here's a freer* /he whole family will enjoy! Eating out Is a special treat for every member of the family. We take particular pleasure in serving family groups, so moke It a custom to dine here frequently. Special portions served for the children. DINE OUT SUND AY SAVOY CAFE—101 Market • Alton—Breakfast 7 a.m. Next Door to OTT Jewelry 1 Days Per Week ^ A.M. Till 12:30 OPEN SUNDAY . > 15 I* !«> 9th Street Cafe ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Under New Management VEKLA FARMER. SUNDAY Fried CHICKEN Or CHICKEN $ & DUMPLINGS Homemade Pies i 00 VVWWWVWVWVWVWWWWV SMORGASBORD s o o o o o o o o o o s o o o s o < o o o BREAKFAST 7:30-11:30 A.M. ALL THE PANCAKES YOU CAN EAT 6 Delicious Syrup Flavors Only 50 C Regular Breakfast Menu Also Offered Every Day L.OW Price Our SMORGASBORD Selection Is a Gourmet's Delight! SMORGASBORD Daily 4:30—8:30 Sun. 11:30—8:30 • Roast Round of Beef • Delicious Baked Mam • Golden Fried <* 75 Chicken "1 • Chicken and "• Dumplings 1.35 child • Beef Paprika • Italian Spitglietll and Meat Halls PLUS • A idnUillzniH selection of vegetables nnd salads. • Optional service from the menus daily. Dine in Cool Comfort in The Continental Atmosphere of The French Riviera •^ Take a Holiday .... The Continental Way! WE CATER TO GROUPS AND PARTIES ^///M^A/i/V^v'iM/i/i/i/rA/l V fotit»0lt Clip The Valuable Coupon and Receive ONE FREE DESSERT PIES * CAKES * ICE CREAMS Limit of One Coupon Per Person —OHer Expires Monday, Aug. 12, 1963 Efr CAFETERIA STYLE-DAILY "££ YOUR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON EVERY ITEM SERVED CAFETERIA ' OPTIONAL SERVICE FROM THE MENU EVERY EVENING 1808 E. BROADWAY—ALTON PLAZA PHONE HO 2-5036 for Reservations HURRY! ENTER NOW! GET YOUR OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK FOR COLO Jerscyvllle became the parents of a son at 12:07 p.m. Wednesday. The baby has been named Robert \Villiam and he weighed G pounds 7 ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Lloyd Adams of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. William L. Steel of Ml. Lawley, West Australia. Mrs. Garland marriage was Miss The couple has two before her Jean Steel. daughters, Tracy 8, and Darcy 2. Mr. • and Mrs. Howard Clayton Wadlow of Jerseyville have chosen the name Joseph Dewaln for their infant son born at 11:55 p.m. Wednesday. The baby weighed 5 pounds and 10 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Devening of Fioldon and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wadlow of Jerseyville and is a great grandson of Mrs. Tessie Spangle of Jerseyville and Artho Wadlow of Fieldon. Mrs. Wadlow was formerly Miss Sharon Devening. This is the first DELICIOUS SMORGASBORD Adults $t.»5 Children (under IS) $1.35 SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 6 P.M. WEDNESDAY 5 P.M. TO 8 P.M. RESTAURANT All the Hot CtiUcs Vou Can Eat . . Service From The Menu At All Times SUNDAY BREAKFAST 40c WEEK-END SPECIAL! "Chuck Wagon $1 JJC T-Bone Steak I iSJU Golden Fried $| "Jfi Chicken lifu U.S. AH. 67—East Alton. Across from Eastgate PJaza Shopping Center C. H. DECKER (Owner) child of the couple. A son was boffl to Mr. and Mrs. Leland Meyer of Golderi Eagle at 8:46 p.m. Wednesday. The baby weighed Six pounds .t ouhce. Mrs. Meyer prior to her marriage was Miss Barbara Weigel and grandparents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer", and Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Weigel of Golden Eagle. Other children of Ihe couple are Jeff, 4, and Cathy, 2. Mr. and Mrs. William BettoH of Granite City are announcing the birth of a boy at 3:18 a.m. Wednesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named baby Douglas Wayne and thd he weighed 7 pounds i ounce. Hois a grandson of Mrs. Clara Seifetf of Bland, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cheek of Brighton and is a great grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woolverton of Hartford. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Bettorf was Miss Imogene Cheek. Other children in the family arc William Robert, 20, Diane, 15, nnd Randy, 11. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Well Jr. ot Brighton arc the parents of a son born at 3:32, a.m. Friday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Gary Ray and he weighed 7 pounds I5',s! ounces. He is ; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Crotchett of Jerseyville ana Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Well Sr of Brighton and is a great grandson of George Woolscy of Kant and Mrs. Florence Barnes of Jer seyville. Mrs. Well was formerly Miss Jean Crotchett. Other chil drcn are Terry 6Vi, Randy SVa and Bridget Ann 2. The other three boys born at the local hospital the past week were Glendon Earl Ufer to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ufer of Batchtown Monday; son to Mr. and Mrs? Charles Jobe of Jerseyville Monday; and Howard Everett Marshall Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall of Grafton on Aug. 9. Heturn from Florida , JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. Smith and sons, Jctl' nnd Benny, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray A Smith of Jerseyville returned Friday from where they visited at Miami, Daytona Beach, and St Augustine for nine clays. En route home they spent some time in the Smokey Moun) tains. FORTY ODD ...Jlftfl.BfMl"JJ!lMj.Jk 1 ?.!! Louis were business visitors here Friday. Both are former residents of this city. Visiting PnrcfiUi JERSEW1LLK — Dr.. Peter Arger of Philadelphia, Pn., is spending a month here wllh his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry ArBor. Dr. Argor Is Itt his second year as resident phy«- clnn In' radiology at the 3»t* ferson Medical Collofic Hospital In Philadelphia. "Listen, Frank, you Used to be the big bope*bope-ska- deetin-dottin kid of the M.U. campus, And you ought to be able to stand a little plain vvha-dah!" OPEN WILD ALL DAY GOOSE SUNDAY BARGAIN "———" CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto D3NE WITH US $|65 T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad .... TURKEY and $ 1 25 DRESSING I STEWED CHICKEN $ 1 25 and DUMPLINGS . 1 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 Canyout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD ACROSS FROM BRIDGE ENTRANCE OUR CHICKEN DINNERS ARE WORTH CROWING ABOUT Our Menus Include ( Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken Win A New Bicycle! Two Age Groups..,Two Winners -BOYS OR GIRLS- Ages5to7 8 to 13! Fun 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's befpre August 24, 1963! Winners will be selected in each age group and announced August 27, 1963! Limit one entry per person! GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK AT DRIVE-IN R©AB, ©SDFRiY PHONE 466*3611 OPEN Mid-Town SUNDAY DINING ROOM AT NOON 7th and Central, Alton, III. »*H* K. flf W <W »M'I HP tf.-KWIMVI9 » Jersey Family Returns to African Missionary Field By ART THATCHER Jersoyville Correspondent JERSEYVILLE — Rev. nnd Mrs." Dnnlel Zimmerman and three of their five children sailed from New York Tuesday for Africa where they will resume their work as missionaries in the Republic of Mali. Rev. Zimmerman is a brother of Mrs. James Pepper of Jerseyville ,and Paul Zimmerrnrin of New Haven, Mo., and is the son of Edward Zimmerman of Chautauqua where the family resided while in the States on leave from the mission field. The family, with exception of two of the children, sailed on the "African Planet" from New York for Dakar in the Republic of Senegal. At .the latter place, they will take a train across the first 900 miles of their inland trip. The remainder of their trip to their post will be by river boat down the Niger river. The last boat stop is Gao, the ancient Moslem city where their mission station is situated. Gao has 12,000 nhabitants. The three younger children, Martha, David, and Miriam, will continue on another 300 miles nto the Republic of Niger where they will attend a school 'or children of missionaries at it Niamey. The older Zimmerman children, Daniel 13, and John, 12, did not return to the missionary field with the family. They are presently residing with the Thomas Wright family at Grafton and will attend school this semester in Jersey County, Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman dave been serving with Evangelical Baptist Missions in Af- 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—35c Adults—$1.00 rlnn since 1949. During their last term of missionary service, they utilized n houseboat during three months of the year along the Niger river. In this manner they contacted many isolated native villages where they preached to the residents and distributed literature printed in French and Arabic In the larger towns where there were schools. The permanent home of the Zimmerman family In Africa is in Oao and two of their five children were born there. They were instrumental In organizing the Baptist Church there and in the opening of a Christian book store. Mrs. Zimmerman taught her own children during the last term of three years in Africa because no school in English was available in that African area. During the past five years, the family has experienced many changes in the general situation in Africa. Guests lit IMaliollund Homo JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harper and son of Tampa, Fla., are spending a week here as guests of Mrs. Harper's broth r-in-law and sister, Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Hargiss Maholland. Marriage License Issued JERSEYVILLE — A marriage license was issued in the office of County Clerk Linda Crolchetl. Thursday to Samuel Edward Di- Ccnzo of Loyalhanna, Pa., and Miss Joyce Ann Wallace of Grafton. The groom is stationed at the Nike Base at Grafton. Guest Worthy Matron JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Hargiss Maholland, worthy matron of the Jerseyville Chapter Order of Eastern Star was guest worthy matron Friday evening at the meeting of the New Hope Chapter in Granite City. She was accompanied to Granite City by Edgar Mallett, worthy patron, Mrs. Mallet, marshal, Miss Betty Cox, associate matron, and Mrs. P. D. Cheney, conductress, of the Jerseyville Chapter. Here on Business JERSEYVILLE — Judge and Mrs. Joseph Fleming of East St. WARtf Fine Italian Food/ Spaghetti, Ravioli, and Meat Balls, Steaks, Chicken, Frog Legs, Barbecue Ribs, Lamb GODFREY, ILLINOIS Ch °P s ' Lobster ' Shrim P and ~ » ,, Catfish. On Route 67 to Brighton AIR CONDITIONED Open Daily 4 P.M. Closed Monday We Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beol 1/4-LB. HAMBURGER .. 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES CUUB PRICES ONLY! Regular size Hamburgers ISc CHEESEBURGER 20c ROOT BEER in frosted mugs.... lOc FRENCH FRIES ISc Southern Style liur-B-Q Smulwlch 33c OCEAN CATFISH SANDWICH 25c & 30c 21 SHRIMPS in iiuskct $1.10 ALL MEAT HOT DOGS I5c For Service, Quality, Price, Visit PARK-ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON f FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! S| % FRIED CHICKEN With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CARRY OUT: 4 ONLY — 2,or' 1.45 0QWET WILSHIRE RESTAURANT WiUltlre Rfall Shopping Cunt or 60S CLOSED FOR EMPLOYEE VACATIONS August 19th thru 25th Air Conditioned Tonight and Sun. Winner of Eight Academy Awards To kill a ^ Mockingbird •"•GREGORYPECK A.ftaU Maffi|M, litltmd Plrtueltoi ram, , > tmnil nirnt Tnnlf?IH at. «!2(! p.m. Stin. 2:14, 5!20, 8:-lS p.m. Wlllnrd 1'nrltcr, Kent Tnylor (Full Color) "Walk Tall" Tonight nl 7:20 p.m. Short Subjects 7 p.m. Sun. l:no, 4:28, 1:45 p.m. ftOXANA, H-il" .A1H-CONt1tTtONl5M TONIGHT Cmtllniintts from 7 aiimlity tJ from l No PiirhlMK 1»rot»loftis i'h. CL i-nnis or ct> TONlOtlt AND SUN, "DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES" Jack Lemon—Leo ttomlck— Charles Illekford ToiilRht I) ton Siindny 1:00-5:02-0:0l "The Ugly American" Color, Marlon Hrando—Sandra Church — iai,|l Okada. Tonight 7:00 Sunday • 2:157 • 0:50 SKU5CTKO SHOUTS YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN TARLIGHT THEATRE COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. NOW Thru Tues. 110X OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 Please do not reveal the middle of this picture^ P»R1MOI)NT PICTURES pnttnli jERRy LEWlSas -THE PROFESSOR" (A Jerry Lewis Production) '[UNESiT'bVu'CKSMHN-JERRY lEWIs'Sill RICHMOND "•' (AUDIE MURPHY-in-"SHOWDOWN'*) Owl Show Tonite "TROUBLE AT 16" Color Cartoons — Free Playground — Children Admitted FREE • NOW thru TUES. • g • NOW thru TUES. • [THIS YEAR'S ADVENTURE'.iDft / dOjwMMiwumMociMMUuMMimo'xwmu^ V a~ '•ii&!f,*>;. i/ ^V fift 2ND HIT 2ND HIT DMBBIE REYNOLDS 3RD HIT 'VONITK! 'A Vtfll SHIRLEY EATUH BOB MONKHOUSE JONES 3151) HIT TONITE! JAMES PHItBROOK ANCY KOVACK DUA'NE EDDY .OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK. ENDS THURS, — BOTH THEATRES Mutinous Today uiul Sundiiy J2!'I5 fc I tell you, chum,,, Open Mon. laughs his! prcscnls FR3NK CoimBiow YOUR HORN LEEJ. . 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