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

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 27, 1963
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0 £er cent of U. 8. hotel ^ttd Motel rooms are air dtsfidltioned. Clove trees are Sajtive to the Moluccas of Spice islands of Indonesia. tt«ctei- Atew Ownership/ CAFETERIA SPECIALS OF THE WEEK! ONLY , , . , served 11 a.m. till 4 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Beef Tenderloin Tibs and Noodles THURSDAY} Stuffed Sreett Peppers FRIDAY: Salmon Croquettes and White Sauce Dinner served 4:30 p.m. fill 8:30 p.m. DINfc WITH US IN THIC EVENING TABLE SEIIVICE— DINNER oit SANDWICHES SMORGASBORD $ rf 75 ALL YOU CAN EAT 1 Children under 12 i.$l,25 A IMeusunl Continental Atmosphere ItrenUfast Served Now ut 0 A.M. Daily All the Pancakes You can cut only 50e 1808 E. Broadway ALTON PLAZA *••••••••••••••• FINE FOODS Announces the (rans/er ol 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 mm DAILY BREAKFAST— 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. LUNCH— II a.m. to 4 p.m. DINNER— 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. SUPPER— 10 p.m. to mlclnite Dial Edw. 656-3115 or CH 1-6864 for Reservations 5 CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE | WINNERS Y IN OUR. BIG COLORING CONTEST t FREE BICYCLES TO: AGE 5 TO 7 MARK KULP 415 E. I Oth ST. ALTON, ILL. Age 7 AGE 8 TO 13 BARBARA ROGERS 32 HILL DRIVE Route 4, Godfrey, III. Age 12 •v s O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O WIMPY'S I DRIVE-IN GODFREY ROAD GODFREY O O O <> Your Favorite Family Drlve-InB , ENDS TONIGHT? |Henry Fondn—Maureen O'Hara "Spencer's Mountain" Philip Carey — Diane McBain "Black Gold' 1 DRIVE-IN THEATRE COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. ' Box Office Opens ut 7:00 STARTS AKOH'»Y WED. FOR 1 WEEK •* DKJK ANN- «SW»I ASKUftl IN COLOR & PAN A VISION Plus Tony Curtis—Dean Martin "WHO WAS THAT LADY?" _ Color Cartoons—Froe Playground—Children Admitted Free BEL*AiR HWY 66 & HI I* 6-9636 MID 'AMERICA DRIVE-INS LAST NITE! H. Fonda — M. O'llara "Spencer's Mountain" "Black Gold"—Action! • STARTS WED. • *** Plus Tony Curtis "WHO'S THAT LADY?" LAST KITE! LIZ TAYLOK "ELEPHANT WALK" C. Huston "NtiUed Jungle" • STARTS WED. • jERRy LEWIS as PROFESSOR" Etdmd ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Lee Longman of Wood River visited Sunday at the James Short and Otto Newton homes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reif and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Relf and children spent the weekend at New- hurg, Mo., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sherril Sr., and attended the wedding of Lawrence Sherril Jr., to Miss Joyce Ann Brown. Mr. and Mrs. William Dover of Spanky returned Sunday from a visit in Michigan with Mrs. Dover's parents. Mrs. Dean Shacketford and daughter, Barbara, visited Sunday with Mrs. Charles Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cunning- l iam and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hancllin and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack .Vhitlock and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Handlin and chil- Iren attended a tour sponsored Saturday by the Illinois Valley Angus Assn. They toured different herds of Angus cattle in Greene County and all enjoyed dinner together at Union Hall near reenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havelka of Champaign spent Wednesday night and Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Havel<a. Sunday overnight guests at :he Havelka home were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rasplica and son of Dal ton. Mr. and Mrs. Max Brannan and children spent the past week at the home of Brannan's brother- n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gangwish at Gibbon, Neb. Weekend guests at the Leslie Flatt home were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Coates of Alton. Mrs. Peter Whitlock and grandson, Ronald Whitlock, and Reid Spears of Soulhfield, Mich., shared honors at a birthday dinner Sunday at Mrs. Whitlock's lome. Grafton GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. William Newton and children of Marion, 111., are visiting this week at the home of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pohlman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleming of Alton were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Lola freiman. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sawchak and children of Cleveland, Ohio, visited friends here last week. Mrs. Sawchak is the former Miss Mancy Morrison of Grafton. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Plummer and son, Robbie of Cape Girardeau, Mo., spent the weekend at ;he home of his mother, Mrs. Edith Plummer. Mrs. Wilbur Banfield went to ranite City Sunday where she was a dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hotz. Mrs. Amelia Forbes- visited Sunday in Hardin at the home of lier son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGowen. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. Pohlman and son, Larry, and daughter, Mary Ellen, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rauscher and children of Alton went to Louisiana, Mo., Sunday where they attended the Houchins family reunion. M-Sgt. Jerry Casten, who is stationed at x George Air Force Base in California, visited several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cas:en. Jerry was en route to Nor- !olk, Va., where he will attend a :raining school for five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dertz and children of Chicago arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Plummer. CO- JUT PANAVISION' ItCHNICOlOR' 7:00—START DUSK» 4,000 B.C. Village CRYSTAL River, Fla. tin— Florida is developing a state park and museum where Indians created a village about 6,000 years ago. Tests on materials dug from big mounds dated the village at about 4,000 B.C. Findings included " 40 skeletons, pottery and tools. SEE IT NOW! ENDS THURSDAY! Comfortably COOL ' WILDEY Open 0:45 Starts 7:15 Legend's Mightiest Warrior! GUY WILLIAMS Plus Tom & Jerry Cartoon GRAND—Starts Friday "THE WONDERFUL • BROTHERS GRIMM" TUBS., WED., THUUS. Family Prices—All Seats 25e Kiddies Matinee Wednesday Continuous from 1 p.m. TONITE, WED., THURS. Stewart Granger Deborah Kerr MIMES 'I FromM-G-M » TECHNICOLOR t 'oiiteliti Tlmrs. til 8:37 p.m. Wed., 3:49, 5:40, 8:45 p.m. LOTSA PUN llokoy Koono) 1 , Virginia Wollur, Frauds, the Tulidiitf Mule, lu "FRANCIS IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE" Tonight, Thurb. ut 7:11 p.m. . Wed., JjQO, 4UMJ8Q JMH. Open Dully 0 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Open Friday 8 a.m. In 0 p.m. Open evenings by Appointment. MOUSE FURNISHWO COMPAH7 CL 4-0101 WOOIHIIVEII, III. "rittuHn" IN DINZNG ROOM 48" Extension Table 48" Buffet 4 Side Chairs Oui Ticket Price 279.00 Siizlin' charcoal steaks or barbecued dinners in your own back yard! Big 24" Bar-B-Q Grill With Electric S ' KROEHLER 2-Pc. SUITE Natural Foam Rubber Cushion—Very Good Nylon Cover. Beige. OUR TICKET PRICE 299.50 KROEHLER 2-Pc. SUITE, GOLD, HI GRADE Nylon Cover, Natural Foam Rubber Cushions with Slant Foam Arms. OUR TICKET PRICE 319.95 KROEHLER 2-Pc. SUITE, TURQ. NYLON COVER Slant Arm with Natural Foam Rubber Cushions. OUR TICKET PRICE 289.50 KROEHLER ROSE FRENCH PROVINCIAL SOFA With Natural Foam Rubber Cushion—Nylon Matelasse Cover. OUR TICKET PRICE 259.50 KROEHLER GREEN PROVINCIAL SOFA Nylon Matelasse Cover—Natural Foam Rubber Cushions. OUR TICKET PRICE 299.95 198 00 188 00 188 198 MAHOGANY DROPLEAF TABLE One Leaf Our Ticket Price 79.50. Pay Only MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR Our Ticket Price 24.95. Pay Only 58°° 16 88 LIMED OAK DROPLEAF TABLE One Leaf. Our Ticket Price 99.50. Pay Only 54 88 LIMED OAK SUITE 48" China with Sliding: Glass Doors 298°° 60" Extension Table — 6 Side Chairs. Our Ticket Price 420.00. Pay Only YOU paint them and SAVE! MODERN STYLE! $29as 27"W15"D47"M 5 drawers August ONLY FRiGIDAIRE OFFERS YOU PORCELAIN Exterior and Interior It's so EASY to be your own decorator! These sturdy chests are pre- scinded, ready for color, stain or varnish! A brush and a few hours and' you will create custom-styled beauty for any room in your home! Made of extra heavy clear Ponderosa pine. Modern styles feature slim tapered legs with brass ferrules, square metal pulls. Early American has gracefully cut bases, Colonial-styled metal pulls. Pulls remove easily for finishing chests. Do not confuse these chests with the usual unfinished furniture without these superior features. EARLY AMERICAN! $29 88 31"W16"D45"H : 5 drawers 31"W16"D29"H 3 drawers $23-88 ,88 31"W16"D36"H 4 drawee 40"W15"D39"H CO 7 88 8 drawers .TO/ 4 PC. GROUP ITALIAN PROVINCIAL $ 199 95 Thriftiest FRIGIDAIRE Porcelain Enamel 2-door! 13.24 cu. t Ruit-r«jl«tsn< Porcviam Enamel finish- -won't fad«( • 100-lb. tmu iont iree»i with teparat* Insulitad door • Sclf-detrostmg Mfrigerator wction. • Twin fruit md v«g«t»blf Hydr«ton. > Frigidal* d«pendability, to* 00 WITH TRAPI Egiy Ttrmt Frigidaire Porcelain 2-Door! Mixiol HTIM3T.63 13.26 en. n. • WO-fc. zerp wit* teoarate door. . Porcelain Eri«m»l finish- tosidt and <mt-a Frig* product YOUR BUDGET DETERMINES YOUR TERMS! Jt's sheer pleasure to live with the rich ornament and the classical style of this authentic Italian Provincial room. Hand selected richly grained cherry, it's accented with custom drawer pulls and deeply iluted corner posts. Group price includes 9 drawer 59" triple dresser, Iramed mirror, openback bed and 35" chest. SALE ENDS Open Dally 9 a.m. , to 5;30 p.m. Ppcn Friday 9 fl.m, to f p.m. Opt n evenings by appointment 59" triple dresser] , AUG. 31 HOUS6 FURNISHINO COMPANY CU 4-0101

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