Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
Page 29
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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,196$ Miss Snndie Jamerson Wood River Girl Home After Tour With Theater Troupe WOOD RIVER — Miss Sandie| Jamerson has returned homej after spending the summer in Warsaw, Ind.. when she played lend roles in four of the six productions by the Wagon Wheel Playhouse, professional sum- in or theater troupe. Sandie was cast as "Mollie" in thr "Unsinkable Molly Brown"; "Kllic" the comic dancer in "Show Boat": "Mrs. Mitty" in "Thnrber Carnival"; and "Hild\". the faxf-cab driver in "On the Town." In the productions of "Carousel" and "Say Darling", Sandie appeared as a chorus member. A native of Wood River, Sandie started her singing and acting career at an early age with her sister, Evelyn. The duo became widely known as popular young entertainers appearing before many clubs, organizations, etc., at homecomings, fairs, and on radio and television; and won top honors in the numerous talent shows they entered. 3 Area Driver Licenses Suspended, One Revoked After tlieir graduation from the local high shool, the sister act. broke up when the two girls j embarked on different careers in' college and Evelyn has since enlisted in the Women's? Army Corps. Sandie has continued in pursuit of a career as a professional singer, dancer and actress, and will enter Illinois Wesleynn University Friday as a senior majoring in the field of dramatics with minors in speech and English. In addition to her class work, Sandie will serve as president of a newly constructed seven - story girl's dormitory which will house 600 girls. Miss Jamerson is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Jamerson, who recently moved from Wood River to St. Louis. Eats Pain Pills Wood River — Scott Glen Heflin, 1, son of Mr. and Mrs Glen Heflin 316 S. Prairie, Bethalto, was given a stomach la vage at the Wood River Town SPRINGFIELD. 111. — Suspension of three driver licenses and revocation of one driver license of residents of the Telegraph area was announced Wednesday y Secretary of State Charles F. were the licenses of the following: TARLIGHT GUILTY or INNOCENT YD 11 BE THE I UU JUDGE! AMERICAN INTMN«nONAL»f««nM ADULTS ONLY PLEASE f Not recommended for those under 16 2ND HIT "PORTRAIT of a SINNER" OWL SHOW FBI. & SAT.- AUDIE MURPHY in "HELL BENT FOR LEATHER" Under New Ownership/ CAFETERIA SPECIALS OF THE WEEK! ONLY .... Lunch served II a.m. till 4 p.m. FRIDAY: Jumbo Cod SATURDAY: Franks & Baked Beans All With Vegetable And Roll Included Dinner served 4:30 p.m. till 8:30 p.m. SMORGASBORD ALL YOU CAN EAT Children under 12 $1.25 A Pleasant Continental Atmosphere DINE WITH US IN THE EVENING TABLE SERVICE— DINNER OR SANDWICHES *1 75 Breakfast Served Now at 6 A.M. Dally AH the Pancakes You can eat only 50c 1808 E. Broadway ALTON PLAZA Harpentier. Suspended, . Carpentier said, Youth of 15 Hurt in Fall From Wagon WOOD RIVER — Three persons were admitted to Wood Riv- ir Township Hospital and three were treated and released Wednesday. Admitted were: Edward Paul, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Paul, Rte. 1, Edwardsville, for a ractured left arm and a dislocated elbow incurred when he fell Irom a wagon. Mitchell Hodges, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hodges, 108 Missouri, South Roxana, for a fractured right arm received when he was playing soccer at school. David Miller, 28, Denver, for an injury to his right foot ncurred when a piece of iron fell on his foot. Treated and released were: Lester Hert, 34, of 120 Eaton Ave., for an injury to his right humb incurred when he was slio ng meat. Larry Mowery, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lydle Mowery, 300 Cab St., East Alton, for a head injury incurred while playing football.^ Jeffery Eastman, 2, son of Or. and Mrs. Robert Lee Eastman, 107 East Cherry St., Hartford, for a dog bite to his throat incurred near his home. Extension Units to Meet on Sept. 25 WOOD RIVER — A combined meeting of the Rox - Anne and Wood River Home Bureau unite at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at Lewis- Clark restaurant, East Alton, will feature the film, "European Tour." Mrs. Elaine Wendler, Madison County home extension advisor, will narrate the film, which was taken during her recent tour abroad. Plans for the event were made at the Wednesday meeting of the Wood River unit in the Moro home of Mrs. Wilbur Hendricks. Melvin L. Barach, 244 Eula, Wood River, two months suspension for convictions on two charges of speeding and for disobeying a stop sign; Fredrick W. Kortkamp, 628 Elfgen St., Alton, two months suspension for conviction on charges of disobeying traffic signal, careless driving and speeding; Jimmie T. Swanson, 2112 Hickory St., Alton, two months suspension for conviction on two charges of speeding and for careless driving. Also announced was the revocation of the driver's license of Henry Morgan, 1225 Bissell St., Madison, fnr conviction in the court of George Roberts, Alton police magistrate, for driving while intoxicated. Beldens Mark Anniversary At Hartford NFO Meeting Set Tonight At St. Jacob EDWARDVILLE — Farmers of Madlson-St. Clair counties are nvited to attend a meeting of the District National Farmers Organization today at 8 p.m. at the St. Jacob Community Hall. A representative of the farmers organizations said new soybean contracts will be outlined by District. President Ray Iberg Letters to the national office nailing for a price of $2.75 upward will be submitted for signa tures of members, it was report ed. A report of the sale of 47,50 bushels of soybeans now beta] delivered at a "price advantage' of $2.64 per bushel will be pre sented by Iberg. District officers for the nex year will be elected. Buddy W. Davis, a representa tive of the steelworkers Unio and Dwight Kigglns will speal to the group. HARTFORD — One hundred persons attended "open house' on Sept. 3, held at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Russell Belden, 137 E. Hawthorne St., Hartford, in observance of their silver wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Belden were married Sept. 3, 1938 by the Rev George Hart at the Baptist parsonage in Lakeside Park, Mo Their attendants were Willam Bauer of Granite City and Lu cille Eberg of Hartford. Mrs Belden is the former Miss Ethel Scoggins. The celebration was arranged by the couple's two older daughters, Mrs. Beverly Pickett and Miss Wanda Belden, and a friend Mrs. Helga Lewis. The couple's other children are John, Darrell Dennis and Barbara. HAMEL — Mr. and Mrs. Wil ur Meyer and family of Hamel nd Mrs. Julia Meyer of Dorsey have returned from a vacation n Rhinelander, Wis. and Macki nac Island. Rpresentatives from Hamel a' the Walther League Convention n Red Bud were Phil Engelke Vernon Trampe, Bill Meyer, Su san Meyer, Christine Renken Beverly Gusewelle, Richard Guse welle, Lester Altevogt, Orvill Altevogt, Kenneth Swivers, Ger aid Blase, Norman Schmidt and Donna Brakhane. A voter's meeting of St. Paul' Lutheran church will be held Sun day at 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johannse ROXANA. ILL. AIR-CONDITIONED THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 4-6613 or CL, 4-7271 TONITE-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Paul Newman, Melvyn Douglas, Patricia Ncal "HUD" Thurs., Frt., Sat. 9:03 Stephen Boyd, Dolores Hart Leo McKern "LISA" Color Thurs., Frl., Sat. 7:06 SELECTED SHORTS Hamel f Waterloo have announced the ngagement of their daughter, Helen, to Lloyd Erase, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Erase, Rte. 1, Worden. Ray Hosto, coach ol the Richards Brick Little League baseball earn gave a picnic'for the play ers and their families at the Hamei City Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martu and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Dar Miller have returned from £ vacation in the Ozarks. Mrs. Bill Brunnworth is a pa .ietn at the Staunton Hospital. Adults 80C—Children 25c Matinees Saturdays, Sundays TONIGHT Thru SUN. Kiddies' Matinee Saturday Continuous from 1 P.M. Glenn .Hope Fbrclsflange Tonight, Fri. at 8:40 P.M. COUIMBU PICTURES nnwsw DAVID Suswmo mm.. KQuiNNffiGLEASON BAGHDAD-Iraq traders report a big market for US gloves MUNICH — Engineers expect t finish the power plant in Bavaria by 1965. CAIRO — An American firm will mak« toasters In Egypt. TONITE! LAST TIMES - OPEN *t!8 Open Friday 6:46-''EAOLES» «t7iia.»llB Ailvonturv That Begin* «n THE EDGE OP SPACE! ROCK HUDSON OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK NOW Thru TUESDAY • Exclusive Showing • IT'S HOOTENANNYII BEL*AIR HWY66&U1 TR 6-9636 OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK NOW Thru TUESDAY OF EAGLES' ROD TAnOt MARYrtAC* A — CARTOON: "MACKEHAL MOOCH * COLOR A OTIVaSAt PICTURE 2ND BIG HIT REQUIEiyi HEAVYWEIGHT TonJffht, Fri., at 7:10 P.M. TONY CURTIS 1 wGREAT i IMPOSTOR KMttl FRIDAY - SAT. - SUN. Open Friday 6:30 •^•^•^^^lfc»^afc»B>fc«d»M-^*^»^"«' • - - • • am • - —-i. •• i i — FREE ... To the First 20 People Each Day The Record.. "THE GHOUL IN SCHOOL" Theme From "Werewolf" Tonlte Last Times Doris Day-J. Garner "THE THRILL OF IT ALL" FRIDAY * SAT. B. Hope, A. Ekb«Tf "Call M* Bwana" — Plus — •Jack the Giant Kilter 1 — OPEN 6:30 — ship Hospital Wednesday when he reportedly swallowed some "pain pills." 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PHONE 465-8818 •AUfORNIA FANCY SWEET SEEDLESS White Grapes CALIFORNIA, CMS*, NUT LIKE FLAVOR Fresh Carrots 19 10 19 WESTERN ITALIAN, SWEET, FANCY ^B^ ^^ £^ Prune Plums 2 -39 WESTERN, FIRM Wff Bartlett Pears 1-LB, BA0 te. A&P Sauerkraut A&P Fancy Spinach A&P Sliced Beets Golden Corn C dexo Shortening £ Pork & Beans lona Peaches Tomatoes Libby Tomato Juice Mushrooms ,£-*"" Waxed Paper Sunnyfield Floor 10 a Pancake Mix "72" 2s. Broadcast *?££* 3 w Sliced Swiss Cheese 5 ~ Cheese Spread *££? .2 a c Lemon Pie Pieces fr Stenw 2 2 2 4 7 4 4 3 7 4 2 2 4 25* 69* 69* 49* 49* 49* 55' ${M 99* 39* 59* 99* 35* 79* IjM 69* Morton Creme Pies 3^ $ 1 n Banquet MEAT OR TUNA POT PIES AN Men Effect!* fen ***** Tib

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