Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 7, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1963 ALL YOU CAN EAT! ONLY Children Under 12 1.25 Or Child's Plato Special .75 DAILY 4:30-8:30 SUNDAY 11:30-8:30 SUNDAY MENU Roast Round of Beef Baked Ham Fried Chicken Stuffed Pork Chops Filet of Perch Beef Paprika PLUS Vegetables Salads and Relishes Puddings and Custards BREAKFAST 6 A.M. ALL YOU PANCAKES CAN __ EAT 5OC CAFETERIA isos ALTON E. Broadway PLAZA IJomsr JERSEYVILLE — A marriage license \VHR issued in the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchet! Friday to Malcolm W. McFall of San Jose. Calif., and Miss Carol 1,. Hengst of West Frankfort, 111. Hear! Telegraph Want Ads Daily Jersey Ready to Cut Over to Dial System OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Open Sunday All Day/ Crispy, .lulry .Inmithim APPLES $1 nfl hnlf bushel __ ltUU _ Hiiskcl __ WINTER POTATOES 25 Ib. ____ I-nncy Ripe PEACHES Vs Peck Basket Fancy Home Grown TOMATOES 4 Ib. Basket Fresh Country EGGS 3 _„.. Smnll doz. Grade A BMAMUY MM DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway DELICIOUS SMORGASBORD Adults $1.95 Children (under 12) $1.35 SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 8 P.M. WEDNESDAY 5 P.M. TO 8 P.M. RESTAURANT Service From The Menu At All Times BREAKFAST SPECIAL All the Hot Cakes You Can Ent DAILY SPECIAL! 'Chuck Wagon" $ I AC T-Bone Steak 1••»%! Golden Fried $1 7C Chicken I • IV U.S. AH. 67 — East Alton Across from Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center C. H. DECKER (Owner) JERSEYVILLE - Everything is going pursuant to schedule for tlio nil ovrr from tho present telephone system here to the new I dial system at 1:01 a.m. Sunday, i \V. J. Greene, commercial man| a nor for the General Telephone Co. of Illinois said. Five years of detailed work and construction will close at that time and a new era in telephone communications will he initiated. The change to dial operation will terminate more than 50 years of switch hoard operated service. With the conversion, Jerseyville telephone customers get the newest in modern telephone equipment and services including all number calling (ANC) and Di reel Distance Dialing (ODD). Jerseyville telephone users will dial direct through Alton toll cen ler to hundreds of cities and towns throughout the United Slates ami Canada. The switchboard, located at 209 South Washington St. for many years, will be closed at 1:01 a.m. Sunday and dismantling will begin at a later date. The automatic switching center at 301 South Washington will handle all c:ills after that time. Teamwork between all phases of the conversion operation will reach a climax Sunday morning when the change over takes place. W. E. Moeller, plant foreman, will be coordinator for the conversion and will have charge of the cut- over. Operators will be on duty at the old office at 209 South Washington. When no calls are being received, the operators will notify the co-ordinator. At the plant of the old building. Workmen will then cut off the old cables. At the same instant, dial building workmen will pull the block D©NUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OTT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. Till 12:30 OPEN SUNDAY straps on the new dial equipment and this will allow the new 48 voll central office battery and dial tone to go out from the new dial building on the dial circuits, and the new conversion will be completed. All emergency telephones that have requested to be checked will be tested as soon as the cut ovei has been effected, Greene stated. 2 Treated for Fractures at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Becky Pow crs, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Powers of Fieldon, fractured her right elbow when she fell from a pony at her home Thursday evening. She was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where the fracture was reduced and a cast applied. Mrs. Georgetta Dean of Jersey ville fell down the basement steps of her home Thursday and sus tainecl a fracture of the left ankle. She was treated at the local hospital. James Whiteside, 12-year-old son "of Mr. and Mrs. James Whiteside of Jerseyville, sprained his left foot at the home of a neighbor Thursday evening when h e fell and bent his foot backward. He was taken to the Jersey Hos pital for treatment. Mrs. Elaine Thiel of Carrollton cut her right leg on a fence at her home Thursday evening and was brought to the Jersey Hospital where the laceration was si* hired. Pamela Freand, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Freand of Jerseyville was bitten on the cheek by a dog. She was taken to the local hospital where she was treated and released. Need Some Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? OPEN SUNDAY 9 to 1 BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY TRIO CAFE: LELA RUSHING, Owner 9 • CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS • FRIED CHICKEN • HAM or ROAST BEEF • All dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink 136 Cental Bethalto, III. Phone DU 4-9381 $4 40 1 • Sunday Sept. 8 Illllllllllilll CIVIC MEMORIAL AIRPORT RESTAURANT = kJ)ial 259-3502 SUNDAY. SEPT. = • 3 PCS. FRIED CHICKEN Mushed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Deans or Corn, Jell-O, Slaw, Beets or Apple Sauce. Hot Rolls and Butter . OPEN TILL NINE SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsville Road, Wood River Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ENTREES: 1. Fried Frog Legs with tartar .sauce, lemon garni 2. Baked Chicken, celery dressing, cranberry sauce .'i. Roast Leg of Lamb, mint sauce 4. Braised Short Kib of Beef, vegetable sauce Soups: Beef Noodle French Onion of: Baked Potatoes Assorted Snowflake Potatoes Relish Tray Dial CL 4-7612 for Reservation Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad OPEN SUNDAY T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad . TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS .. Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. $165 $1 25 '1 25 Owner BREAKFAST AT 6 A.M. Many Hindi* of Waffles We Fix Cairyout Food DICK'S FINE FOOD ACBOS _> FttO&I BRIDGE EN'. jatAN WARft GODFREY, ILLINOIS On Route 67 to Brighton AIR CONDITIONED Fine Italian Food! Spaghetti, Ravioli, and Meat Balls, Steaks, Chicken, Frog Legs, Barbecue Ribs, Lamb Chops, Lobster, Shrimp and Catfish. Open Daily 4 P.M. Closed Monday MIDTOWN DINING ROOM 7th & Central—Alton, III. Will Be Closed Until Thursday, Sept. 26th, Employees' Vacation WILSHIRE RESTAURANT •*.\t Wllshire Mall Shopping Center k 505 BERKSHIRE BLVD. EAST ALTON ; Open Sundays 'til 7:30 — Dally 'til 10 p.m. Bring The Family! SUNDAY, SEPT. 8th CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT! 3 Vegetables - Hot Roll 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! DINE OUT AFTER CHURCH CAFE—101 Market • Alton—Breakfast 7 a.m. -OPEN- * DM H. 91 WDM H-'l MO-'.-KHllUUU* U> Wood River Women to Meet Tuesda v WOOD RIVER — The Wesley an Servirr Guild will entertain members of (he Woman's Society of Christian Service at a com bined meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the social rooms of First Methodist Church, wheji Mrs. Frances Ileeren will present the program, "Our Methodist Heri tage." Elizabeth Bean and Terry Lockett will be in charge of entertainment which will follow the Senior Methodist Youth Fellow ship potluck supper at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the church social rooms. Mike Wright and Mary Hartshorn are co-chairmen of the menu, and Gordon Weller will lead the pledge service. Women of the church will resume their all-day quilting ses sions at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the church social rooms. Baptists Hire Youth Director At East Alton EAST ALTON —Gary Gates has been employed by the offi cial church board, to continue as youth director of the First Bap tist Church throughout the winter months, the Rev. Thomas McDermand. pastor, announced today. Gary, who was engaged in May to assist with the youth program during the summer months, will work at the church 12-15 hours each week, and will continue his education as a senior student at the Alton Center of Southern Illinois University as.a transfer student at the Alton Center of Southern Illinois University as a trans fer student from Judson College, Elgin. He is majoring in the field of sociology and. plans to continue his eudcation toward a career in the ministry at a Baptist Seminary next year. The church youth program which includes regular worship services, training sessions, fellowship and recreation, has been expanded during the summer, and classes have been conducted to train adult leaders and counselors toward a well-rounded full program of youth activities, the Rev. McDermand stated. Methodist Men Of Hartford to Have Breakfast HARTFORD — The Hartford Methodist men will meet for a breakfast Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. The breakfast will b e served by Kenneth Draper, Paul Draper, Virgil Prickett and Harry Smith. A film "Members One of Another" which will be shown following breakfast. Faith Church Plans to Build On Humbert Rd. Faith Community Church of Godfrey plans to purchase three acres of land on Humbert Road for construction of an education building and later a church sanctuary, reports the Rev. Robert Dunn, pastor. Plans for the purchase were made at an Aug. 28 congregational meeting, he said. The land purchase is at 7505 Humbert Road in Springhaven subdivision adjacent to Mason School property where the congregation has been meeting for several years. Different stages of building plans call for the education building to be constructed first, and a sanctuary and manse to be added later. At present services are being icld by the church on Wednesday night as well as Sunday evening in Godfrey Grade School. Plans call for the new building to be finished by the first of the year, the pastor said. WSCS Meets at South Roxana Church SOUTH ROXANA.—The Women's Society of Christian Service of Wanda Methodist Church met Thursday evening at the church and a skit "To Tell the Truth" was presented with Mrs. Louise Wood as commentator. Taking part were Mrs. Dorothy Dike, Miss Shirley Dike, Mrs. Ruth Littleton, Mrs. Mary Ash, Mrs. Evelyn Swinney, Mrs. Hertha Southard, Mrs. Jean Wood anc Mrs Faye Bieneman. Another portion _of the program concerning dreams of foreign lands was presented with Miss Ruth Roseberry as commentator. She was assisted by Mrs. Faye Bieneman and Mrs. Evelyn Swinney. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Bieneman and Mrs. Blanche Whitney. Homemakers Meet Near Graf ton GRAFTON —' Rosedale Unit of the Homemakers Extension Association was held Thursday afternoon at Rosedale Educational Building, with 19 members presentj Mrs. Harry Healey presented the major lesson "How do You Rate as a Shopper?" and Mrs. Clark Legate gave the minor lesson on "Know your Furniture Wood." It was announced that "Craft Day" will be Oct. 3. Royal Neighbors Meet GRAFTON—Mrs. Esther Thatcher, district deputy of the Royal Neighbors of America, and Miss Bessie Plummer of Jerseyville were guests of members of the Royal Neighbor Lodge Tuesday evening at the hall. Mrs. Thatcher reported on a Royal Neighbor insurance seminar, last week at Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind. The next meeting will be Sept. 17 at the hall. Friends Night Observed By Shipman OES Chapter SHIPMAN — The Shipman OES observed Friends Night on Wednesday and during the business meeting made plans to attend church in a body Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Paradise Baptist Church. The local chapter will observe Guest night Sept. 25 and the following committees will be in charge: Mrs. Adele Karnes, Mrs. Marjory Stevens, Mrs. Charlotte Schaaf and Mrs. Mary Kahl, decorations; Mrs. Ruth Cairns, Mrs. Reba Pointer, Mrs. Mary Schaefer and Mrs. Violet Howerton, kitchen. Guest officers for Friends night were: Mrs. Marjory Stevens, Shipman, guest of honor; Mrs. Patricia Duncan, Plainview, worthy matron; John Rosentreter, Plainview, worthy patron; Baib- ira Duckels, Chesterfield, associate matron; John Tapscott, Chesterfield, worthy patron; Mer- Bohlmeyer, Bunker Hill, secretary; Mildred Rhodes, Plainview, treasurer; Gladys Rosentreter, Plainview, conductress; Josie Gaffney, Medora, association conductress; Lucille Turner, Walton, marshal; Luella Cravens, Shipman, organist; Opal Frueh, Medora, Adah; Marjory Baker, Bunker Hill, Ruth; Adele Karnes, Wood River, Esther; Lean Arnold, Jerseyville, Martha; Alma Schaaf, Hardin, Electa; Claude Karnes, Wood River, warder; Carl Schuetz, Shipman, sentinal; and Arnold Dehne, Medora, color bearer. Chicken Special! 3 PCS. Delicious Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, 2 Vegetables, Warm Rolls and Butter i Try Our Delicious Homade Pie RICKEY'S CAFE 621 E. Broadway — Across from Wedge Bank ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Mil THE FRIED COMET CHICKEN 3687 East Broadway 4-Lane Highway at Bridge, East Alton ALL YOU CAN EAT Greene Grand Jury Called For Service CARROLLTON — Members of the Greene County Grand Jury were called for duty Friday by Judge Clem Smith. Members of the jury were Dean Caffery of Athensville Township; Roy Short and Lloyd McLane of Bluffdale Township; Henry Steinacher and Hester Brown of Carrollton; Asa Cope of Kane; Richard Ross of Linder; Jack Ballard and Glenna Killebrew of Patterson; Donald Semple, Tobe E. Van Bebber, Norma Kinser and Marie Houlette of Rockbridge; Ruth Shaw, Virginia Evans and Junia Grinkey of Roodhouse; Roy Hettick, Lawrence Bowman and Ken neth Woodkirk of Rubicon; Walter Freand and Glendyn Price of Walkerville; Eldon Love and Chester Marcum of White Hall; frwin Stahlhut and R. W. Doyle of Wrights. Rally Day Sunday BUNKER HILL — Rally Day and Church 1 Loyalty Sunday will be observed at the local Methodist Church this Sunday. ROXANA. H.L. 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-SUN. Paul Newman, Melvyn Douglas, Patricia Neal "HUD" Tonite 9:03 Sun. 1:11 5:06 9:01 Stephen Boyd, Dolores Hart Leo McKern "LISA" Color Tonite 7:06 Sun. 3:03 6:58 SELECTED SHORTS IV<> 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 —— BUD MOORE'S "Shamrock" West Alton, Mo.—5 minutes from Alton KITCHEN NOW OPEN 10:00 A.M. Every Friday-Saturday and Sunday t COUNTRY HAM Pinner • COUNTRY SAUSAGE Dinner • Fresh KIVKR CATFISH • Fresh IUVER BUFFALO (bonelebs) • STEAKS, Any Size (You nuine it, we out it) • CHICKEN Fixed like it should be • IJVER & ONIONS • PORK CHOPS or PORK STEAK • BAR-B-QUE RHiS • CORNED BEEF (Hoiue made—when available) CAPRI DID ST IOUIS RD Cl 4 2114 OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK NOW Thru TUESDAY • Exclusive Showing • IT'S HOOTENANNY!! MNCTOM (MAMtttnMJ HIM lAMim ' 2ND BIG HIT - - 3RD HIT Fill. & SAT. — "CAPTAIN'S TABLE" Greene Home Unit Hears Mrs. Tholen CARROLLTON - Mrs. Eloise Tholen, Greene County home adviser, spoke on "Understanding Problems of Youth" at a meeting of the Linder Homemakers, Extension Unit with the assisting hostesses being Mrs. Edgar Short and Mrs. George Weber. Mrs. Tholen showed statistics regarding school dropouts which had been compiled by William Shade, a member of the faculty of the Jerseyville Community Unit Schools. A discussion of the "Peace Corp" was presented by Mrs. Ronald Elhoffer. During the business meeting the president, Mrs. Richard Reichmann, named the last of her appointive officers and they are as follows: Mrs. Frank Kuhnline, director of subject matter; Mrs. John Baker, director of community interest; Mrs. Ancle Sonneborn, director of family life; Mrs. Charles Daum, director of special activities. The next meeting will be held Oct. 7 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dean Walker. Revival to Open Sunday At East Alton EAST ALTON — The Rev Joe Johnson, Eldorado, will be the evangelist at a series of re vival services opening at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the Church of God, 212 S. Pence, the Rev Kenneth Moore, pastor, reports _ Special singing will highlight the meetings which will be held at 7:30 p.m. each evening Sun day through Sept. 22. BANGKOK — A flew air ter minal is planned in the Thai capital. Meclora Unit MeetsMonday MEDORA — The Medora Homemakers Extension Unit will meet Monday at 2 p.m. at t h e home of Mrs. James Selkirk. Mrs. Joseph Mutzbauer will present the lesson, "Language and Behavior Patterns." Announce Birth MEDORA — The Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Reinhardt are announcing the birth of their third grandchild born Sept. 2 to their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robinson, of Waukegan, The baby born at 4:30 a.m. weighed seven pounds and five ounces at birth and has been named Jeffrey Wayne. Jeffrey has a sister, Penny Marie, who is 14 months old. Mrs. Reinhardt Is visiting at the Robinson home this week. Bethel Unit MEDORA — The Bethel Homemakers Extension Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Johnson, Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 2 p.m. Adults 60c—Children 25c Mutinies Saturdays, Sundays TODAY AND SUNDAY Glenn .Hope Sat, Sun. 2:29, 5:40, 8:50 p.m. Craig Hill in "DEADLY DUO" Sat., Sun. 1:00, 4:20, 7:87 p.m. TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL OPENS AT 7 NOW thru PHONE HO 2-4921 TUESi GUILTY or INNOCENT .Not recommended for those under 18 2ND FEATURE "PORTRAIT" of a SINNER" OWL SHOW TONITE AUDIK MURPHY in "Hell Bent for Leather" NOW! Ends Thurs. Matinees Today & Sun. Open 12:45 Open Monday 6:45 Soaring Adventure of the Men Who Defend Freedom's Frontiers to the Edge of Space! ROCK HUDSON OF EAGLES? Henry Silvti — Kevin McCarthy — Leif Erickson 1'ro.Ncnted 1:00 3:05 5:10 7:20 9:25 Plus Cartoon Laff "MACKEREL MOOCHER" Next Friday, Steve McQueen, James Garner "Great Escape" GRAND SOON! "FLIPPER" TODAY & SUNDAY! Matinees Open 1:00 PHONE SK 3-2813 or SK 3-9525 OPUN 7:00 — START DUSK NOW Thru TUESDAY tMmia COLOR A UNIVERSAL PICTURE WJMBn---. "Werewolf" lliO 4:80" 7{86 — "Corridors" 8:00 6:10 9:80 GRAND SOON "PT 109" Tonite La»i Call wTlwana "Jack, The Giant Killer" ..... _ ___ 8YAJKTS WEPT— "The WonaerTul World of Brog. Sun- Mon> Tues> Lu ° oille * "Qrltio'l Ghoioe"

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