Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 31, 1963 · Page 18
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August 31, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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City ttftrt lt)ftt>OTO — A plan' to adopt cities on other countries Is now being discussed in Canada. WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Ne*t Boor to Jewelry 7 ttfty* Pef Week 7 A.M. till 12:80 OPEN SUNDAY , ,ites ONLY Children Under 12 1.25 Or Child's Plate Special .75 DAILY 4:30-8:30 SUNDAY 11:30-8:30 SUNDAY MENU Roast; Round of Beef Ham chid Raisin Sauce Fried Chicken Bur-B-Q Ham Bar-B-Q Beef Bar-B-Q Chicken Cod Fish Italian Spaghetti PLUS < Vegetables Salads and Relishes Puddings and Custards BREAKFAST 6 A.M. ALL YOU PANCAKES . ,CAN-' _- . ' EAT SOC • "CLOSED LABOR DAY/ OTTERIA 1808 ALTON & Broadway PLAZA " "Wagon Wheel" Restaurant 1 Mile off Route 111 on Pong; Road CLOSED SUNDAY & LABOR DAY ,1 DELICIOUS SMORGASBORD Adults $1.05 Children (under 12) $1.35 SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. WEDNESDAY 5 P.M. TO 8 P.M. LABOR DAY SMORGASBORD 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. Featuring • Chicken and Dumplings Hound of Beef Fried Chicken • Ham Adults $2.25 — Children $1.50 RESTAURANT Service From The Menu At All Times BREAKFAST SPECIAL 40c DAILY SPECIAL! 1.95 $ l.75 U.S. Alt. 67 — East Alton Across from Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center C. H. DECKER (Owner) All the Hot Cakes You Can Eat 'Chuck Wagon T-Bone Steak . Golden Fried thicken Two County Men Hurt in falls CARROLLTON - Danie! Cuft- ningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Cunningham ot Caf- follton, and Billy Joe fteiii of Greenfield an employe of field Farmers Co-op Gralfi Co., both underwent surgery at fioyd Memorial Hospital as the result of injuries sustained in accidents. Cunningham fell out of a tree at the farm home of his parents and suffered a gash in his head Thursday and several stitches Were required to close the wound. Ross fell while operating a truck at the elevator and Incurred a leg fracture, for which he tinder- went surgery Friday noon. Admitled to the hospital ^Thurs- day as medical patients were Edward Housmann ot Kampsville and Ms. Elsie Martin of Eldred. Ross Kinser of Greenfield was admitted Friday as a medical patient. Dismissed Friday were Edward Schumann, Charles Sullivan, C. R. Carmody, Mrs. Henrietta Hartman and daughter and Daniel Cunningham, all of Carrollton, Accepts Position CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Price of St. Louis are spending this weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Price and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Horn, before leaving the first of the week for illlililllllllllieiVIC MEMORIAL 1 I AIRPORT RESTAURANT I = .Dial 259-3502 = • TURKEY AND DRESSING \ SUNDAY, SEPT. Ist^ = Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green •Beans or Corn, Jello, Slaw, Beets or Apple Sauce, Hot Rolls and Butter ... $135 • i 1 lllllllllllllllll "PEN All DAY LABOR 136 Central Bethalto, III. Phone DU 4-9381 TRIO CAFE: LELA RUSHING, Owner • • CHICKEN and DRESSING • FRIED CHICKEN • HAM OR ROAST BEEF • All! dinners include Vegetables, • ~/- L |^ > $440 1 Salad, Dessert and Drink Day THIS WEEK-END'S SPECIAL GOOD LABOR DAY ALSO — OPEN MOM. — SEPT. 2ND 11 A.M. TO 2 A.M.,— SEPT 3RD FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! Fried Chicken With French Fries and Bread «' <> BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE! CURB AND CAHRY OUT ONLY — DRIVE-IN 3687 Broadway Alton 2,« $ 1.45 COMET CLOSED LABOR DAY! OPEN- FINE FOODS Announces the transfer of CHEF VAN CLARK JR. m 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 It a.m. LUNCH— 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. DINNER— 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. SUPPEH— 10 p.m. to mldnlte Dial Edw. 656-31 IS or CH 1-6864 for Reservations •••••••••••••••••••»! Tuisa. Okla., \vhert they will make their home arid \vhere Price has'accepted tt position at Purdy's Prescription Shop. Price Is a 1963 graduate of St. Louis College of Pharmacy and has been employed since his graduation at Gasen's Drug in East Alton. itettftloit CARROLLTON - the annual Fraser-Hess reunion will be held Sunday in White Mall at the home of Mrs. Marian Farrow. Among those attending from this area will be Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moss and family of Eldred, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hipkins and family and Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Kessle of Carroll- ion. Honored on Hirthday CARROLLTON - Jack A. Alfeld, whose birthday was Friday, was honored at a birthday party Friday morning during the coffee hour given by the employers and employes of the Alfeld law office, the W. G. Vogt law office and the 0. H. Vivell Co. Family Reunion CARROLLTON - A reunion of the Workman family is set for Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson. Parents of Daughter CARROLLTON — Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Osborne of Kansas City are parents of a daughter born Tuesday in a hospital in this city. This is the second child of the couple and first daughter. Mrs. Osborne is the former Sandra Carter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Howard Carter of this city, and is a graduate fnirse from Mospitnl. Mrs. Carter !eft WILSHIRE RESTAURANT ''Hi Wllshlre Mall Shopping Center 50B BERKSHIRE BLVD. BAST ALTON .. _.,^ Open Sundays 'til 7:30 — Dally 'til 10 p.m. *f/ "0 Y! Bring The Family! SUNDAY, SEPT. 1st CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT! 3 Vegetables - Hot Roll OPEN SUNDAY and LABOR DAY T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and DRESSING $1 25 1 STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS . 25 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 ol Walfles We Fix Carryout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD ACROSS FROM BRIDGE ENTRANCE Where everything is as you like it When dining out, what do you look for? Superb food? Deft service? Pleasant atmosphere? Reasonable prices? Our reputation was built by providing all of these qualities... always! OPEN SUNDAY—CLOSED LABOR DAY CAFE—101 Market • Alton—Breakfast 7 a.m. SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsville Road, Wood River Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ENTREES: Soups: Chicken a la Rene French Onion 1. Chicken Chow Mein with steamed rice 2. Baked Sugar-cured Ham with pineapple sauce 3. Roast Tom Turkey, celery dressing and cranberry sauce 4. American Pot Roast a la mode with buttered noodles Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad ; Choice of: Baked Potatoes Assorted Snowflake Potatoes Relish Tray Dial CL 4-7612 for Reservation We Will Be Closed Labor Day, Sept. 2nd through Wednesday, Sept. 25th, for Employees' Vacation. Reopen Thursday, Sept. 26th OUR CHICKEN DINNERS ARE WORTH CROWING ABOUT Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken Mid-Town SSm 7th and Central, Alfow, III, WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY SWIMMING Sunran 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—25c Adults—$1.00 9th Street Cafe ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Jnder New Management 1 VERLA FARMER SUNDAY Fried CHICKEN Or CHICKEN $ & DUMPLINGS Homemade Pies 1 00 day for Kansas City to sfsettd im weeks at the Osborne home. Cftffollton Nntes CARftOLLTON-Mf. and Mrs. Eugene Wood attd family df Cincinnati, 0., are spending a few days with Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. f. Wood. F. L. tmus left Friday to spend a few days at the Imus home in Eureka Springs, Ark. Mr.'and Mrs. Wayne Martin, members of the Plasa Ramblers Camping group, are spending the weekend at Hannibal. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Clark spent Thursday In Mattoon visiting Clark's mother, Mrs. U. D. Clark, who Is a patient In the hospital there recovering from a hip fracture which she suffered in a fall at the Masonic Home in Sullivan, where she resides, The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Shesvmaker and family of Jacksonville were dinner guests Friday evening of the Rev. and Mrs. Darwin Rolens. The Rev. Shewmaker, former pastor of a Baptist Church in Newton, is now engaged in survey work with the American Baptist Convention. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dowdall Jr., who had been vacationing in Missouri and Iowa, were guests Thursday of DowdalVs father, L. M. Dowdall Si*., en route to their home in Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. David Baumgartner and daughters will return to their home in Denver, Colo., Tuesday after a visit with Baumgartner's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Baumgartner, and other relatives here and in Jersey- villo. Miss Bernice Hinshawe, a former member of the faculty of Carrollton High School, who now teaches in Cumberland College in Williamsburg, Ky., arrived Friday to spend the weekend with Miss Julia Pierson. W. G. Vogt and daughters left Friday for Nauvoo to spend the weekend and attend the grape festival. Mrs. Howard Kessie, who is employed in a secretarial capacity in the Farm Bureau building, will begin a two-week vacation Tuesday. A marriage license was issued Aug. 29 in the office of Richard McLane, Greene county clerk, to Charles A. Gerson Jr., and Miss Jane E. Witt, both of Carrollton. Queen Candidates Being Accepted in C&lhouti HARbiN «-> Applications from candidates for Camottn Apple Festival Queen are how beihg accepted In the office of Mrs. Ruth Harmon In Hardin. Application forms vill be printed In the Calhoun county papers until the time of he Apple Festival and Fair, Sept. 13, 14 and 15., The crownlnp if the ejueen will be the climax if the three-day affair at the coun- y fairgrounds here. Candidates for queen must be ietween • the ages of 15 and 22, and never have been married. They must consent not to com- Jete in any other beauty contests luring the year, If chosen queen, fhe young woman who is selected will represent Calhoun County n the contests for "Miss Illinois County Fair, 1964," and Miss 11- inois Fruit Queen, 19(53." Professional models will not be considered eligible. Most candidates are sponsored by one of the civic organizations in the county, but this is not a requirement. Big Sea Battle LONDON—An ancient British law had to be revived recently when a small boat owner challenged the right of an ocean liner to sail in the same waters in which he fished. He was right then but not under new rulings. 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 TONIGHT Thru TUBS. CAPRI OlDST LOUIS RD.'Cl.4-2114 LAFF-RIOT HIT! do not reveal FRANK Open 7:00 Start Dusk DEAK OOEV BISHOP ..>.* JERK) LEWIS as PROFESSOR' (A Jerry Lewis Production) co-stautng ffl DEL MOORE-KATHLEEN FREEMAN HENWSIWA -JUTA LEE I Paiaimunl Release m CROSBY BROTHERS 3RD HIT! 'THE GUNFIGHT' TONITE ONLY! TONITE Thru TUES. BEL*AIR HWr66«lll IR 6-9636 Open 7:0'0 Start Dusk ^, PLUS 1AFF.RIQT TOHY DEAN JAHET CURTIS-MARTIN-LEIGH, 3RD HIT! *FORT Mehettdree HARDIN - fhe schedule for the fall semester of off-campus classes of McKendree College Indicates that two courses Will be offered in Hardin this fall. A four-hour course in basic mathetnalics will Ire taiighl on Monday nights, and a three-hour course In philosophy will be offered on Tuesday nights, These evening classes .are open to everone seeking college credits. Registration for the math course will be Monday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. In the Tureman Building of the Hardin Grade School. Reg- istratlon for the philosophy course will be Tuesday, Sept. 10, at the same time and place. frtcW .,EW ¥6ftf< (At') W . tlofi for the fiew theatrical 861* soil, several of BfoftdvW'S fi* vorlte playhouses are getlirtg elaborate facelifts. • Extensive refurnishing hM been completed at the Booth and Plymouth. The Shubert, Qoldett and Royale are to he renovated next. , KOXANA. ILL. A1K-COND1TIONED THU11S.-FRI.-SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from* 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 4-0013 or OL -1-7271 TONITE-SUN. Robert Preston, Shirley Jones, Buddy Hnckctt "THE MUSIC MAN" Color Tonlte SUB Sun. 1:00, -1:50, 8:38 Carl Kusscll, David McLean Roger Mobley "THE SILENT CALL" Tonlte 7:12 Sun. 3:31, 7:21 Selected Shorts Air Conditioned "prices FH., Sat., SUM. Adults OOc, Kiddles 26e TONIGHT and SUNDAY THE I A COUWBW PICTURES RELEASE Tonight at 8:42 p.m. Sun. I !00, 4:48, 8:88 p.m. TARZANS ADVENTURE Tonight at 7 p.m. Sun. 3:20, 7:10 p.m. fve gotta fotta f/V/h'to cfo| NOW Thru TUES. IN COLOR *• TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. SWttWG Boxoffice Opens at 7:00 .DICK Al- -JessEPEAISOf AS BIRDIE AND 1 lASHIMSELf HIT "WHO WAS THAT LADY?" TONY CURTIS Owl Show Tonite "THE RIVER'S EDGE" In Cinemascope & Color Starring: TUiy Millund—Anthony, Qulnn Why did GRETA- MAY scream "God Take My YOU ARE THE JURY... YOU MUST SEEITFROM If HE BEG!NNING and Not s recommended ^. .for those 'under 18 ONLY, PLEASE* Coming Wednesday ARLIGHT ? COLLEGE AVENUE, AIION. ILL TODAY-SUN.-MON. 12:45 OPEN MON. (Labor Day) Gldtfet's Having A Bull -. PLUS 13 Terrified Teenagers on the run Murray Hamilton, j. Taylor Shown liOQ, 4;30, 7i46 TOM & JEBBV CARTOON CumlortjIilyCOOL WILDEY Now! Sun.'Mon. NOW! ENDS THURS. i Adults 90o I Child 50o GRAND; •Matinees TODAY-SUN.-MON. (Labor Day). Open 12:45; 'SPECIAL .UNITED-ENGAGEMENT! UNCUT! ORIGINAL LENGTH! INWQNPEim COLOR! Shown 1;06. 8iBO, (JiH. 8U6 .*• Tuen. f jflO, 0:20 Tom & Jorry Cwtoun "fi ' Coming $9901 " "J»f

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