Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 14, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, September 14, 1963
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PA(iK KKJHTKKN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1963 TRIO CAFE: LK1.A RI'SIII,\(J, Ounrr * • TURKEY & DRESSING • FRIED CHICKEN • HAM OR ROAST BEEF • All dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink '36 Central Bethalto, III. Phone 377-9381 • Snnrtriy. Srpl. 15 East Alton Library Loans 3,824 Books in August EAST ALTON — Circulation i "Four of ilu- public library during thr: " ., , , . . . , , ., Q0 , month of Aiieusl totaled 3.S24. which inclurlcd 2,208 adull hooks , ., r ,, r ,.,, .I, Til nnd 1.52(5 children s books, Mrs. Olivp McDonald, librarian, rp- ports. CHICKEN SUPPER Family Style Sunday, September 15th Zion Lutheran Church Rt. 140, Bethalto 1:30 to 7 D.S.T. Sponsored by Ladies Aid Adults Children $1.35 tux inr. 50o tn\ inc. Cheers for Camping", "There is n Happy Land". "Thp Mice That Ate Iron", and "Nino Make a Tram". j During n mooting of the library | hoard Thursday, it was reported | HIP inventory of the library hns born completed, books ro-arrang- } pd jn ( ,| nssificd SPC , ions an d thp MIDTOWN DINING ROOM 7th & Central—Alton, III. Will Be Closed Until Thursday, Sept. 26th, Employees' Vacation Forty five new borrowers woro registered. Of I ho lotfil 19 u-oro ( ,. m( ( . af .,| ogue has h een brought adult rosidont borrowors: s ' x ! ,, p to date. non-rosidont adults; 19 rosidont; ,,|, ms wprp madp for H a r , y children, ami Ihroo non-rosidonl ]Smj , h , prpsidpnt , and Mrs .Harry chilflron. Mitlloman, past president, to rc- Plans arc being made for (ho present the hoard at the meeting annual observance of National o f (ho Illinois Library Trustees Hook Week Nov. 10 - 1(i, when, Association to bo hold on the book markers will be presented rumpus of Southern Illinois Uni(o eaeh visitor, Mrs. Me Donald iversity. Carbondalo, Monday, staled. ; Among the .")(i new books placed on the shelves during the monlh aro: adult non-fiction: "The Peaceful Atom in Foreign Policy", "The Retirement Handbook", "Encyclopedia - Pets, Plants and Animals", "Trampoline Tumbling", "The Face of the Metropolis", "They Fought Alone", "The Points of my Com- ipass", "American Education To- WILSHIRE RESTAURANT Wilshire Mall Shopping Center 505 BERKSHIRE BLVD. EAST ALTON iQpen Sundays 'Til 7:30—Daily 'Til 10 P.M. Bring the Family! SUNDAY, SEPT. 15th /<v CHICKEN and //> DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT! 3 Vegetables - Hot Roll THE FRIED COMET CHICKEN 3687 East Brcmdwuj 4-Lane Highway ut Bridge, East Alton ALL YOU CAN EAT PIIIIIIIIHIICIVIC MEMORIAL HI""" | I AIRPORT RESTAURANT 1 = LDial 259-3502 SUNDAY, SEPT. 15th J = ROAST BEEF DINNER Not the "usuul 1 ' Rons! Beef! This SundnyJW we've specially prepared our beef just like T home cooklnp;! — Mashed potatoes and gravy, choice ol snluds and veseiables. OPEN TILL. NINE 'Letters From the Earth" and "The Kremlin". Adult fiction books arc: "Caravan", "Rags of Glory", "A River Out of Eden", "Zanzibar Intrigue", "Triumph". "The Last Love", "The Heart of the Vi 1 - lagc", "The Tilset Ineritance", and "The Mother Hunt". Included in the children's section are: "Toby's Friends", YMCA Events Announced at Edwardsville 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 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. RESTAURANT Service From The Menu At All Times BREAKFAST SPECIAL (VII the Hot Cakes You Can Eat DAILY SPECIAL! "Chuck Wagon" $ I QC r-Bono Steak • •*»» ioldon Fried •$) U.S. Mt. G7 -- East Alton Across from Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center 254-0101 C. H. DECKER (Owner) EDWARDSVILLE - Schedule for the Edwardsville YMCA for the week of Sept. 1G-2], has been announced by John Paddock, general secretary. Monday: nursery school, 9:1511:15 and 1-3; dance class, 3:30 to 5:30; Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs, 7 p.m.; Senior Girl Scouts, 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday: Senior "Y" Club, 1 p.m.; dance class, 3:30 to 5:30; NAACP executive committee, 7:30 p.m.; YMCA board of directors, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Nursery school, regular hours. Thursday: Open, nothing scheduled. Friday: Nursery school, regular hours. Saturday: Open until 12 noon. There are still vacancies in the nursery school program. First Methodist WSCS Planning Autumn Tea D©NUTS WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OTT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. Till 12:30 OPEN SUNDAY PROFESSIONAL MOTORCYCLE RACES 3 ^ Half Mile Flat Track American Legion Park , Jersey vllle, 111. SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 1 p.m. Time Trials 2 p.m. Races Start U MIU K. Of At IO« *UT* >IOW,-fO*H«U*a 10. 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. Dial 465-9818 committee chairmen Monday. The meeting is scheduled for 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. Everett Martin, general chairman. In addition to the tea, there will bo a display of antiques. While the program is a WSCS Plans for the Fall Festival Tea j pro j ert a n members of the on Oct. 16 of the Women's Soci- 1 ety of Christian Service of First Methodist Church of Alton, will church are invited to contribute items for the display. Antique display chairman is Mrs. P. W. CAPRI OlD ST IOUIS RD Cl.4-2114 Start* Dusk HOT ROD RIOT THRILL SPILL SHOW! ^^^^•iwun as OUSTS SPARROWS NASSAU, N.Y. — This wandering caught here, building his own nest in parakeet broke into the sparrows' home threw out the sparrows' nest and >•« the house. (AP Wirephoto) is Troy Woman Killed In Auto Crash CENTREVILLE, 111. (AP) — An auto crash killed a Troy, 111. woman Friday on Illinois 13-157. Mrs. Vi Huckenstine, 34, died in Centreville Township Hospital five hours after the accident. Cen- reville police said she was a passenger in a car driven by Michael Bresnahan, 37, of East St. Louis, 111., who was in fair condition in he hospital. Another passenger, Bonnie Mitchell, 34, of Cahokia, 111., was n serious condition. Police said the car struck a bridge rail. MONROVIA—The Liberian na- ional debt is expected doubled by 1975. to be B •••••••• Chicken Special! • 3 PCS. Delicious Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and • Gravy, 2 Vegetables, Warm Rolls and Butter ........ •' • Try Our Delicious Homade Pie J RICKEY'S CAFE i 621 E. Broadway — Across from Wedge Bank • • • • •_•••• ••••••• j • • • • • •••••••••••• SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsville Road, Wood River Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ENTREES : OPEN SUNDAY T-BONE STEAK Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS . Served with l'otiituen, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee Call HO 5-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. 65 '1 '1 $| 25 25 UJCK MimiKKTON Owner BltKAUKAST AT 8 A.M. Many Hinds of \V'afflt»s We Fix Carryou/ Food DICK'S FINK FOOD ACitOSS FltOM IJKIUOr; KNTHANCi8 Soups: Chicken French Onion linked Potatoes Kriefl Frog Legs with lartiir sauce, lemon garni Roast Long Island Duckling, apple dressing and cranberry sauce Heel' SlroganoCI in casserole, buttered spat/.els. Veal T-Bone Steak sail It 1 , wine mushroom smiee. tlholcc of: Assorted Salads: Mixed Snlad Caesar Salad Snowfliiko Potatoes Relish Tray Dial 254-4612 for Reservation BUD MOORE'S "Shamrock" West Alton, Mo.—5 minutes from Alton KITCHEN NOW OPEN 11:00 A.M. Every Friday-Saturday and Sunday • < Ol M'KY HAM Dinner • COl'NTKV SADSAGK Dinner • J'-rnsli KIVK« CATI ISH t I'lfhh ItlX'KH IUU'1'ALO (honrlcss) • S'J'KAKS, Any Si*e (You name it, we out it) • CII1CKKN Fixed like it should hu • IJVKK & ONIONS • 1'OlUi CHOI'S or 1'OKK STKAK • HAlMi-Ql'l 1 ' KIUS • (X)KNKI) BKKF (Home inudo—when uvuil- uhlo) PHONE SK 3-2813 or SK 3-9525 ALL YOU CAN EAT! Parakeet Takes Over Sparrows' Birdhouse NASSAU, N.Y. (AP) — The toughest bird on the block is the parakeet who took over the sparrows' nest. When a family of sparrows left their nest for a brief fling, the parakeet moved into the birdhouse and pushed the sparrows nest out the door. When the sparrows returned, ONLY Children Under 12 $1.25 Or Child's Plute Special 75c DAILY 4:30-8:30 SUNDAY 11:30-8:30 SUNDAY MENU Koust Hound of Kcof Hakcd Hani Golden Krii'tl Chiclu-n Filet of Hole Chicken and Dumple.ts Italian Spaghetti and IMoatbulls Barbecued Chicken Jiurhociied Hum Barbecued Beef I'LUS Vegetables Salads and Relishes Puddings and Custards BREAKFAST 6 A.M. PANCAKES 50c AU- YOU CAN NAT CAFETERIA 1808 K. Hroudwuy ALTON PLAZA they found the parakeet ensconced in his own nest. This vignette of muscle in bird- land was witnessed this week by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Visscher, who own the birdhouse. They could not determine who owned i the parakeet. j Room Mothers \ Announced for Roxanu School ROXANA — Room mothers for the Burbank - Edison schools have been named as follows: Mrs. Mildred Donham's first grade, Mrs. Jerry Malone, Mrs. Adam Pope and Mrs. Claude Taylor; Mrs. Louise Summers', first grade, Mrs. Donald McVey, Mrs. Jack Cannedy and Mrs. Leslie Miller. Second grades, Mrs. Jean Lowenstein, teacher, Mrs. Kenneth Landers and Mrs. Ray Voyles; Mrs. Calvene White, teacher, Mrs. William Rice, Mrs. James Mitchell and Mrs. Charles Price. Third grades, Mrs. Dorothy Catt, teacher, Mrs. Mary Porter and Mrs. Betty Tinsley; Mrs. Josephine Roberts, teacher, Mrs. Edward Clarkson, Mrs. Kenneth Brueggeman and Mrs. Maurice Exton. Fourth grades, Mrs. Fern Matejka, teacher, Mrs. Donald Baker and Mrs. Allen Dace; Mrs. Mary Lee Dauer, teacher, Mrs. Walter Pipkins, Mrs. John Daniels and Mrs. Dnvid Rook. Fifth grade, Mrs. Dorothy Roberson, teacher, Mrs. Mike Dosen and Mrs. Thomas Kerr; Mrs. Era Weeks, teacher, Mrs. Henry Oiler, Mrs. David Hambleton and Mrs. Donald Bowman. Discharged from Service ROXANA — Victor (Bud) Acklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Acklin of Walnut Street, arrived home Thursday after receiving a discharge from the army. He arrived in the United States last Monday after serving the past year and a half in Heidelberg, Germany. His wife and daughter reside in Alton and he plans to enter Southern Illinois University this fall. Sparks Reunion at Hartford Center HARTFORD—The A. 0. Sparks I family held a family reunion thiSj week at the local recreation center, i Those attending, in addition toj the father, A. 0. Sparks, were his eight children. Mrs. Homer Gilen of Brookport, N. Y., Wilbur Sparks of Grafton, Lester Sparks of Alton, Clifford Sparks of St. Louis, Mrs. Ruth Campbell of Wood River, Harley Sparks of Rosewood Heights, Mrs. Elbert Gilliland and Guy Sparks of Hartford, their husbands and wives and children. KOXANA, ILL. AIR-CONDITIONED THURS.-FRL-SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. 254-6613 or 254-7271 TONITE-SUNDAY Bob Hope, Anita Ekberg Edie Adams "CALL ME BWANA" Color Tomte 9:12 Sun. 1:25 5:20 0:09 Jerry Lewis, Stella Stevens Del Moore "The Nutty Professor" Color Tonite 7:20 Sun. 3:08 7:03 Selected Shorts To help keep track of the diverse payments owed to the crown, the Queen of England retains an official Remembranc- i er. For Something Different IN A OONUT TRY OUR DELICIOUS BUTTERMILK DONUTS BAKER'S DOZEN DONUT SHOP AND COFFEE BAR NOW 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU 1718 Washington Av». Open U A.M. to n P.M. 321 Belle Street Open 8 A.M. to 0 P.M. BEL*AIR HWY66&M1 TR 6-9636 Open 7:00—Start Dusk NOW THRU TUES. MIHiSCH COMPANY >.,«,.., JOHN SIURGE! ESCAPE STEVE JAMES RICHARD MCQUEEN GARNER ATTENBOROUGH VINCENT PRICE mailman COLOR Admission Thurs., Sat. & Sun. Adults, OOc — Kiddies 25c TODAY and SUNDAY KIDIH10S' MATINKK Saturday From 1 I'M. Sat., Sun. ncHNicoior r> :•((!, 0:00 p.m. MK'UAKI. ( KAKi FHANCO1SIO IMtKVOST Sat., Sun. 1:00, 4:20, 7:33 p.m. PLUS! ex-It* "SURPRISE!" STARTS SUNDAY TWIN CITADELS OF SIN! SODOM AND GOMORRAH STtWAIT HANGER . PIER ANGEU COIOI by Dthni - lefeiud by HM Cmtao-Fu IT'S THE BIG ROARI ^ ^ V^ •• AWMff •! "VllPCt 2ND HIT NOW thru TUES. TARLIGHT = COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. Opens At 7 Owl Show TONITE — Glenn Ford in "CO_WBO_r Color Cartoons — Free Playground — Children Admitted Free NOW! Thru THURS. Continuous Matinees Today & Sun.—Open 12:45 Pu< U at the Top of Any Adventure-Action Film List You Care to Make! Don't Miss It! STEVE MCQUEEN ' JAMES GARNER RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH Panavision • Color De Luxe Presented Today and Sunday 1:85 4:45 Open Monday 7:00 — Shown 7:50 Only EXTRA! "BERMUDA MOODS" in Color GRAND: NEXT "FLIPPER" — SOON: "PT 109" TODAY & EXTRA! Disney Feuturette "Yellowstone Cubs" 2:55 5:40 8:20 m^ presents oc/mmer eun ooromy oeeotw ives wmjiiB waueY Shown 1:00 8:40 6:25 9:10 — PLUS PLUTO CARTOON ^^^••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• GRAND: COMING SOON: "HOOT'£NANNY HOOT"

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