Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 24, 1963 · Page 18
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August 24, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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mm ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , AUGUSf 24, TRIO CAFE* LfftU nt)St»NO, Owner * ft • Cchr'al fiethalto, Hi, • Phone DU 4-9381 CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS FRIED CHICKEN NAM ar ROAST BEEF AH dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink $<• 40 1 Sunday, Aug. 25 IilliiiilllllllllCIVIC AIRPORT RESTAURANT Dial 259.3602 SUNDAY. AUG. 28th PCS. PRIED CHICKEN C Grop.h Betttis or Corn, Jello, Slnw, Beets or Applcsniice, Mot Itolls niid But tor Receive $27^415 474 From Jersey on Aid Rolls in Month of June JERSEYVlLLE — Residents of|are now residing in Sarasota, Jersey County during the month Fla. The Jobes family had visit- of June received public assist- ed in Champaign with Mr. Jobes ancc in the amount of $27,415 ac- who is attending Illinois Univer Open Aug. 29 Chicken Special! 3 PCS. Delicious Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, 2 Vegetables, Warm Rolls and Butter 99c Try Our Delicious Homade Pie RICKEY'S CAFE 621 E. Broadway — Across from Wedge Bank • ••^••••••••••BBBBBMH •••••••••• cording to information released isily. here Thursday morning by lhp| Illinois Public Aid Commission, *- K . i , The amount was distributed lvane oCMOOl to among '174 recipients. The largest of the five public assistance programs was thej KANE — The Kane Elementary old age with a total of 224 on the | school will open Thursday, Aug. rolls. They received a total of 29 instead of Alig. 30 as was an$17,577. I nounced in the Alton Evening One hundred and fifty five chil-j Telegraph, jdren received a total of $5,125! Family Night I during the month. The blind as- KANE—The Kane Busy Beavers FOUTV 01)1) tty Peg Bracken and ftott Lull sistance program cared for seven persons and the total amount expended was $655. Disability assistance sum of 52,538 was distributed among 35 recipients. General assistance was given to 56 residents, and the amount expended for them was $1540. Return To Pennsylvania JERSEYVlLLE - Mrs. Robert 4-H Club held a family night Wednesday at the Methodist Church. Eighteen members and guests in the | were present. It was announced that the Lucky Lassies and Busy Beavers each netted $8.42 from the food stand at the West Central Black ;md White Show and that all 4-H books should be turned into John H. Wehrly Jr., no later than Aug. Famous SAVOY" Complete Chicken Dinner.. . Now - All The Chicken You Can Eat! Includes: Soup or Juice, Salad, Two Vegetables, Dessert and all the Coffee or Tea you can drink!. SJ75 CAFE—101 Market • Alton—Breakfast 7 a.m. i Jobes and children, Mark and j 31. returned to their home! Talks and demonstrations were given by Peter Wehrly, Susie Ivers, Gregory Darr and Susan Wehrly. KHIIB Notes KANE—Mrs. Robert Dougherty underwent surgery Friday morning at Our Saviour's Hospital ir Jacksonville. Kenneth Robinson returned hoim Thursday from Barnes Hospital ir | in Loretto, Pa., Wednesday following a visit in this city at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles jVV. Moses. Mrs. Jobes is the former Miss Mary Jacobs, daugh- Itcr of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Jac- jobs former local residents who FREE! FREEl FREE! FREE! 1 2 FRIED CliCSCEN With French Fries and Bread BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CARRY OUT ONLY — 2,., $ 1.45 COMET DRIVE-IN 3B87 Broadway Alton We Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef VLB, HAMBURGER . 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES MALTS AND SHAKES 15c For Service, Quality, Price, Visit -ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON OUR ARE WORTH ABOUT Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken OPEN Swi SUNDAY |J AT NOON id-Town INING 8CIQIV1 7th and Central, Alton, III. SW&MMING Suntan Beach Daily! Follow Hwy. 9-1 out of \V. Alton, Mo., to Station "Ouatofja" and turn left on Highway "H". New prices! Children, 2 to 12—25c Adults—$1.00 "That's right, Frank, tell the Colonel that wonderful story about when you couldn't understand the Major's stupid poop sheet and you said "what do you suppose the big baboon wants now?' and you turned around, and there he was!" Wood River Chamber Will isor Course in Politics Spoil* WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY 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. •••••••••£ FINE FOODS Announces the transfer of CHEF VAN CLARK JR. from Holiday Inn South to Holiday Inn Edwardsville CHEF VAN Invites You to a Special LABOR DAY SMORGASBORD ... serving from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Labor Day SERVING DAILY BREAKFAST— 6 a.m. to II a.m. LUNCH— 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. DINNER— 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. SUPPER— 10 p.m. to mldnlte Dial Edw. 656-3115 or CH 1-6864 for Reservations WOOD RIVER — An "action course in practical politics" will be sponsored for the public by the Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the East Alton-Wood River High School's adult education program. Registration for the course will be Sepl. 17 in the high school's room 102 at 7 p.m. A class will bo held every Tuesday for nine weeks beginning Oct. 1. Clarence Dunn, chamber executive secretary, said the purpose of the course will be to make active and better informed voters. The course will cover practical politics from the precinct to the national level. Six dollars will be charged for class materials. A man and wife may use the same material, it was announced. Martin Langehaug, Wood River Township Hospital administrator, is chairman of the organizational committee. Other committee mem- St. Louis and Mrs. Robinson from Alton Memorial Hospital. Rev. and Mrs. Hilton Longberry announced this week that the chaperone for Miss Korea in the Miss Universe contest was Mrs. John H. Chang of Seoul, Korea, wife of John Chang, who was a visitor in the Longberry home last January. 9th Street Cafe ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Under New Management VERLA FARMER SUNDAY Fried CHICKEN Or CHICKEN $ -i 00 & DUMPLINGS I Homemade Pies WIN $1065.00! FREE PRIZES Register Now During Our First Anniversary Celebration GODFREY ROAD, GODFREY See Thursday's Paper for Details Woody's Self Service Drive-In CAFETERIA Completely New Atmosphere! New Ownership. Come in and Get Acquainted—Voti'll He Glad You Did! uouits (iiOtl A.M. - 8:3(1 I'.IM, DAILY SUN.: (i:oo -8:80 BREAKFAST LUNCHEON 6 Delicious Syrup Flavors. All the I'aneakes You Can Kat Only 5Qc Cafeteria Style Featuring ROAST ROUND of BEEF NOW Ol'KN KYKCY MOK.MNd—(i A.M. DAILY SMORGASBORD ALL YOU CAN EAT ............ - FEATURING • $ 75 Children Under 12, $1.25 ROAST ROUND OF BEEF FRIED CHICKEN BAKED HAM CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS BAKED STUFFED PORK CHOPS PERCH • Choice of 8 Vegetables • 25 Delicious Salads to Choose from • Tasty Puddings & Custards f DAILY 4;30 p,m,-8;30 p.m. f SUNDAY 11:30 a,m,.8;30 p.m. f BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS p(i(ioaul Service. From Our Alenu At All Times! 1808 E, BROADWAY PHONE HO 2-5036 FOB RESERVATIONS ALTON PLAZA DINE WITH US T-BONE STEAK $ "I 65 Potatoes and Salad .... I TURKEY and $ 1 25 DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS .... $•125 •1 Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. DICK M1DDLKTON Owner BREAKFAST AT 6 A.M. Many Kinds of Waffles We Fix Cairyout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD ACUOSS FROM BRIDGE ENTRANCE -OPEN D©NUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to O'fT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. Till 12:30 OPEN SUNDAY DELICIOUS SMORGASBORD Adults $1.05 Children (under 12) $1.35 SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 6 P.M. WEDNESDAY 5 P.M. TO 8 P.M. RESTAURANT Servieu From The Menu At All Tinnss 'SUNDAY BREAKFAST II tlio Hot Culu-b Ag\ n ou Can Kut "tUv WEEK-END SPECIAL! "Chuck Wilson $| ftc T-BQIU- Slouh I i9Q Q olden Tried $i «fE Dhlckon lifP U.S. AH. 67-East Alton. Across from Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center C, H. PICKER (Owner) bcrs arc Ray Zclinski, George Phillips and Zeke Jabusch. Weekly discussion subjects will be "The Individual in Politics," "Political Party Organization,' "The Political Precinct," "The Political Campaign," "Politiea Clubs," "Political Leader's Prob lems," "Political Meetings,' "Business in Politics" and "The Politicians Speak." Plan Back to School Dance At Grafton GRAFTON — The American Legion will sponsor a "Back to School Dance" in the Legion Hall Wednesday evening. Music will be furnished by a tour piece Orchestra, and parents of the children will serve as chaperones. GRAFTON — Thirty two members and guests of the Fidelis Class of the Methodist Church enjoyed a dinner at Marquette Lodge Thursday evening. During the business session which followed, members voted to contribute $243 to the church budget. It was announced that proceeds from the food sale on Aug. 17, amounted to $71.85. The next meeting will be held Sept. 26. Leave For Tucson GRAFTON—Mrs. Sadie Critchfield of St. Francisville, 111. and | Mrs. Reba Spidel of Hammond, Ind.; who have been visiting at the home of their son and brother, G. W. Critchfield and family, left this week for Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Critchfield will remain for the winter in Tucson at the home of her daughter, Mrs, A. F. Lighthart. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Seaman Roger Foster of SanDiego, Calif., who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foster, has left for Long Beach, Calif., for his new assignment. Mr. and Mrs. William Stephens and family and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stephens and children of Havana, 111., are spending the weekend in the Ozarks at Meramic State Park. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowden of Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Amiel Bushey and daughter, Mrs. Mary Depper of Perthshire, Miss., are visiting here this week with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunlope of Memphis, Tenn., arrived Wednesday for a visit at the home of the former's brother, William H- Dunlope. Mrs. Mary Burns of California moved to Grafton this week and is residing in the Baxter residence on Main Street. Roy Lee Rowling, who has been a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton returned to his home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amburg went to Coffeen Wednesday where they attended funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Welsh of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a son, Aug. 18, at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds and 6 Major Scott Of Carrolltoti To Retire CARKOLLTON - Major Albert Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs, R, L Scott, will retire In October after 20 years In the U.S. Airfolre. Since the war he nncl his family have been stalioncrd in various foreign countries and returned to the Unit rd States about a year ago from Japan. Upon his retirement Major Scot will tuke over management of (hi Carrollton Gazette-Patriot and his father. R. L. Scott, will retire after 30 years as editor. Priot to entering the journalistic field Scott served as Greene Count superintendent of schools for 17 years and prior to thai was .• teacher in Greene Coilnly schools Major Scott Is now stationed a the McGulre Ail-force Base, N. J. and he and his family arrivec Thursday to visit their parents Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Scoll of Car rollton and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson of Wood River. Upoi their return to New Jersey to re main until October, they will leave their son, Albert Scott III, h with his grandparents and he wll be a junior this year in the Car rollton High School. Broclinarkles Of Carrollton Wed 50 Years CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs J. Edwin Brodmarklc of Carroll ton, whose golden wedding anni versary will be Tuesday, will celc brate the occasion with a recep lion Sunday at the Melhodis Church from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Hostesses for the afternoon wil be nieces of Mr. and Mrs. Brod markle, Mrs. June McColl Wean er of Martinez, Calif., and Mrs Vita Gerard Paxton of Torrance Calif. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Gertrude Robley entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Thursday foi treatment of a head injury incurred in a fall at her home Thursday in which her head struck the edge of a table. Donald Goodman of Carrollton also entered the hospital Thursday as a medical patient. Dismissed Friday were Mrs. JoAnn Roth of Rockbridge and Lloyd Murl Goode of Greenfield, Home from Hospital CARROLLTON — Miss Ann Alfeld, who underwent major surgery on her knee last week n the West .Suburban Hospital in Oak Park, was scheduled to return home today. She will be accompanied home by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alfeld, who have been staying in Oak Park. They vvill also be accompanied home by Phil Alfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alfeld, who has been a guest since Thursday in Lansing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Abel, former Carrollton residents. Big Change WASHINGTON — The new look in American passports is seen to be only a return to the old style used for so long by the U.S. ounces and has been named John David. Mrs. Welsh is the former Miss Mary Jane Burns of Grafton. PRICES FRI., SAT., SUN. Adults (!0c, Kiddies 25c TONIGHT AND SUN. TWO ALL-COLOR HITS!! Robert Taylor Lilli Palmer an'<! Curt Jurgens (Color) "MIRACLE OF THE WHITE STALLIONS" Tonight ut 8:80 p.m. Sun, 2:18, 5:10, 8:H2 p.m. Gene Nelson Joanna Humes (Color) "PURPLE HILLS" Tonight at 7;12 p.m. Sun. 1:00, 4:13, 7:20 p.m. OPEN 7;00 CAPRI OlD ST IOUIS RD Cl 4 JIM START DUSK LAST KITE HIT. No. 1— "HERCULES & CAPTIVE WOMEN" HIT No. 2—"KING SOLOMON'S MINES" HIT No, 3—"TEENAGE POLL" STARTS SUNDAY , . . 2 BIG HITS! jyNOLE Terrors...Taboos...lovei WAN-WOMAN CONFLICT ,,,Amg/e Conger/ Mrs. Hicks Named Trustee Of Wood River Auxiliary WOOD RIVER - Mrs. Kenneth Hicks was appointed trustee of the Eagle's Auxiliary to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mrs. Albert Elmore, when the group met Thursday in the Eagles Hall. An appropriation of $100 was approved for youth guidance projects of the coming year. It was reported that Miss Kathleen Duello, Bethalto, who was sponsored by the Auxiliary during her first year of nurses training at St. Joseph's Hospital, earned a special award for the highest scholastic achievement of her class. A delegation of members attended Miss Duello's graduation Sunday and made the presentation of a gift on behalf: of the organization. , Plans were completed for sponsoring a novelty booth at the Bethalto homecoming over the Labor Day weekend. Mrs. Kenneth Graham is project chairman. Mrs. Etta Taylor was named chairman of arrangements for the Sept. 12 meeting. Prizes for games during the social hour were mvnrderl to: Mrs. Cnrl Lackey, Mrs. William Wnnous and Mrs. France Re- ponce. BEL*AIR HWY.66&111 TR 6-9636 OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK NOW thru TUES. HENRY FONDA MAUREEN O'HARA James MacArthur , Donald Crisp SPENCERS MOUNTAIN TECHNICOLOR rttunlKl br WMWKRBROS. Plus: "BLACK GOLD" 3RD HIT TONITE "TEENAGE THUNDER" RACINE WY FttteNcli ttiowrte PARIS m — Mario Boll, n lending tragedienne of (he iTrench itnge, is getting ready for her first American appearance this fall. She and her company will open a limited engagement at the Atkinson Theater Oct. 21 and alternate performance of Racine's "Phaedre" and "Berenice." The visit has been arranged by Impresario Sol Hurok with cooperation of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. UOXANA, ILL, AIR-CONDITIONED TONITE Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from I p.m. No I'arltlnif Problems I'll. CL 4-flflJ8 or CL 4-7271 TONITE AND SUN. "THE BIRDS" Color Hod Taylor, Jessica Tandy Sir/.aniio I'leslictto Toiilto 8:58 Sunday 1:00, -1:58, 8:48 "I COULD GO ON SINGING" Color Judy (iarland, Dirlc Hogurdc fluclc Kinsman Tonite 7:14 Sunday 8:00, (1:58 SELECTED SHOUTS YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE IN NOW THRU ^____ TUE, BOX OFFICE OPENS AT ^ A boy...a girl...on Spencer's Mountain. TARLIGHT BSS : COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL HEHRYFONDA- MAUREEN O'HARA mm=mSmA ibCMEr 01 ?ONIT? W "MS'" "OUTLAW F««M WOMEN" Color Cnrtoons—Free Playground—Children Admitted Free REGULAR PRICES NOW! AT BOTH THEATRES Comfortably COOC WILDEY Matinees Today and t t Sun. 12:'»5 SEE SUMMER SHOW OF SHOWS! 1,001 MIGHTY WONDERS! 1,001 FANTASTIC THRILLS! 1st RUN SHOWN BOTH TIIISATKKS 3:55, (I:in, 0:25 PLUS 2ND BIG HIT M-G-MZ IfLON-MARIEnEHMLEY-LLOYDBQCHiR W« X;«5, <1:<10, 7:56—TOM & JJERRV GRAND; NEXT FRIDAY "THE WONDERFUL WOULD OF THE BROTHERS-GRIMM" TODAY & SUNDAY OPEN 12:15 2 SPECIAL HITS TOGETHER! HE'S AT HIS FUNNIEST! with EP!E ADAMS—ARNOLD PALMER PLUS SHOWN I'M, BiOS, OUO !?« Nfyw Expected To See Anyihlng Like Itl frank Sinatra Uurence Harvey Janet Leigh ISJfeMan Candidate AT 8:00, 7i06^-Tcik & OBRBV I

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