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August 22, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MR. AND MRS. BRAUER Staunton couple will mark golden wedding anniversary After receiving friends and relatives from Wednesday through Saturday, .Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brauer of Staunton will observe their golden wedding anniversary with an open house at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 3. Mr. Braner, who served as road commissioner in Staunton Township from 1938 until 1971, and Ihe former Miss Alna Oettel were married Aug. 30, 1922. The couple are the parents of four children, Robert of St. Louis; Loren of Sydney, Australia; Dean of Peoria; and Mrs. John Picker of Jerseyville. There are seven grandchildren. Former area girl to wed Miss Diane Elizabeth Kindig will become the bride of Dr. Robert Brian Ullmann at 3 p.m. September 23 in the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Ind., it has been announced. Miss Kindig is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack T. Kindig of Las Vegas, Nev., former Allonians. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Kindig and a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm L. Kindig, all of Alton. A 1966 graduate of North High School in Springfield, Ohio, and the Christ Hospital School of Nursing in Cincinnati, she is presently employed at James Whitcomb Riley Hospital, Indianapolis, in the intensive care unit. Dr. Ullmann, the son of Mr. Albert Ullmann of Totowa, N.J., and the late Mrs. Dorothy Van Way Ullmann, is a 1961 graduate of Passaic Valley High School and Fairleigh Dickenson School of Dentistry in 1968. After serving two years ELECTROLYSIS Unwanted Hair Removed Permanently Recommended by American Medical Assn. Professional, Private Service, Member of Electrolyili Society of America Dorothy Droste, R.N., R.E. ELFGEN BUILDING,. SOB Henry, Room 301, Alton 4M-774I with the U.S. Army, he completed a two year course in prosthodonics at the Indiana University School of Dentislry, Indianapolis. He is now in practice in Ho Ho Kus, N.J., where the couple will make their home. College notes Graduating summa cum laude from Millikin Univer sity, Decatur, is John Thonris Adney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Adney, 653 Second St., Wood River. Mr. Adney received a Bachelor of Arts degree. Alan Norman Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown, 36 Mather St., Alton, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Millikin University, Decatur, where be graduated cum laude. Receiving a Bachelor "of Arts from Millikin University, Decatur, is Miss Jane Christine Wedding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wedding, 5125 Clara Dr., Godfrey, who graduated cum laude. E. C. Schueneman of 714-A E. 5th St., Alton has received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Illinois State University, Normal. Watch For Our Ad Each Thursday! Your prescription could save e your life! That's why your choice of pharmacy is so important. Trust us ... we specialize. THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 909 Brown Street J. Russell Dale Dial 465-7513 for tree delivery! HOME SEWERS Would You Like To Cut a Perfect Pattern Every Time? ATTEND OUR 2 HOUR PATTERN FITTING CLINIC Learn how to— e Draft Patterns • Adjust Patterns e Fit Any Garment • Make Any Size Any Style • Learn Designing As Designers Do It e Copy Latest Fashions • Position Darts e Master With No Figuring No Experience All Equipment Available At Clinic Admission $3.00 CLINICS BEGIN AT 10 A.M., 2 and 7 P.M. All Classes Identical VU:i). - Al (,. 2.1 Till H.- Al C. 24 TRU-FIT PATTERNS YMCA 2300 North Henry ALTON In and out of area hospitals • i JL Alton Evening Telegraph Tuesday, August 22, 1972 St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Mrs. Georgia Wendle, 4805 Sandy Court Wilbert Henson, Roxana Mrs. Edith Brewer, 2323 Locust St. Mrs. Mattie Hyde, 2625 Main St. DISMISSALS Daniel Emery, 1213 Rodetnyer St. . Charles Freeman, Godfrey Mrs. Paula Edwards, Cottage Hills Harold Kuthe, Dorsey Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Richard Oiler, Roxana Mrs. Juanita Clayton, Beth alto Clare Clapsaddle, East Alton Lauren Brown, Normandy, Mo. Mrs. Lillian Cox, 3421 Lincoln Thomas Cope, Box 631 Rte. 1 Gilbert Soagraves, East Alton Mrs. Eileen Wagner, 3849 Horn Mrs. Barbara Allen, Hartford Lisa Cox, 2418 Virden Rev. Jack Reif, Cottage Hills Sandra Tiller, South Roxana Kathryn Dunlope, Grafton Thomas Ernst, 3410 Milton Susan Parton, 2401 Virden Mrs. Odetta Masters, Godfrey Mrs. Donna Hanbaum, South Roxana Mrs. Rosie McDonald, Wood River Susie Wulf, Bethalto Edward Cox, 804 Herbert Elvis Smith, 3808 Horn Mrs. Norma Flatt, Hartford Mrs. Nita Belle Holford, Eldred James Langford, 3412 Oakwood Daniel Diveley, Moro Ernest Gerth, Hartford Myrtle Smith, Godfrey DISMISSALS Mrs. Lois Halcom, Brighton Mrs. Patricia Bartholomew, 1125 Central Mrs. Elizabeth Henschel, Godfrey Mrs. Jerry Cook, Bethalto Dorothy Zimmerman, East Alton James Clare, Bethalto Shirley Ryan, Piasa Allen Eisman, Mt. Clare Albert Esarey, Jerseyville Uora Mikoff, Godfrey Tonette McKune, Wood River St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Dana Brockman, Wood River Marlin Bushnell, Godfrey Mrs. Vickie Cherry, Cottage Hills Donna Chilion, South Roxana Eric Eppley, Godfrey Marion Paries. Wood River Mrs. Marcella Frenz, Rte. 1, Box 103 Mrs. Elizabeth Gerner, Wood River Mrs. Jeanine Haselhorst, Wood River James Hester, 607 Brookside Mrs. Bertha James, 909 Piasa Charles Kreici, Wood River Mrs. Flora Maxeiner, Bethalto Mrs. Frances Mudd, Wood River Lisa Rushing, 3601 Coronado Street W. Russell Sauvage, 435'/ 2 Bluff Street Roger Seitzinger, Wood River Timothy Siemer, 4714 Fantasy Eula Washpun, 2001 Booker Howard Young, Wood River Robert Watson, Godfrey Airs. Regina Conners, Bethal- lo Norman Krcsi, Godfrey Marion Figge, 3944 Seminary Gerald Wilson, 527 Mildred Peter Barrows, Galveston, Tex. DISMISSALS Ronald Caldwell, 353 Mitchell Mrs, Jane Gauntt, Hardln Isom Keeton, 2603 Powhatton Robin Lucas, 737 Oakwood Mrs. Patricia Neal, Cottage Hills Mrs. Elizabeth Pennington, Moro Mrs. Pamela Schneider, 719 Henry Mrs. Janet Todd, Bethalto Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Kevin Dunham, Brighton Mrs. Helen Phillips, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mary Overmeyer, Bethalto Mrs. Jane Coffman. 89 N. Main Trou Frymire, Cottage Hills Mrs. Rose Barnes, 356 Marquis Paul Foster, East Alton Tammy Boerckel, East Alton Deanna Brooks, East Alton Mrs. Nora Lay, Cottage Hills Mrs. Mae Kirksey, Granite City Rhonda Baldwin, Alton Raymond Blazier, 262 Park Lane Mrs. Theresa Bramlet, 786 State Mrs. Tonette Me Kune, 61 E. Lorena Mrs. Lillie Williams, Alton Mrs. Ava Luce, 571 Leslie DISMISSALS Paul Sauls, 'East Alton Mrs. Blenna Copeland, 846 Lorena Mrs. Alice Logan, East Alton Nelson Arnold, 1118 E. Acton William Yost, East Alton Mrs. Una Kevari, Alton St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Mamie Nemnich, Edwardsville Fred Utechtt, Edwardsville Karen Tilashaski, Edwardsville Ira Randle, Edwardsville Mrs. T r u d y Snell, Edwardsville Edwin Ashauer, Edwardsville Maxwell Bratten, Edwardsville ' Edward Stack, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Beulah Tindall, Edwardsville William Eroling, Edwardsville Mrs. Lynda Bast, Edwardsville St. Francis (Litchfield) ADMISSIONS Carol Breitwiser, Bunker Hill Cornelia Wall, New Douglas Milda Haller, Mt. Olive Katherine Weiss, Mt. Olive John Jubelt, Mt, Olive Ben Kellebrew, Mt. Olive DISMISSALS Minnie Luscher, Mt. Olive Mary Tecza, Mt. Olive Mireille Young, Gillespie Levenarda Best, Gillespie John Duncan, Bunker Hill Beverly Slipcak, Staunton Battista Bosliani, Wilsonville Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Richard Hurd, Hardin Deanna Johnson, Jerseyville Erene Telkamp. Golden Eagle Fred Burch, Kane Charles Church, Hardin Anna Fortschneider, Brussels Leona Roth, Michael DISMISSALS Minnie Peisker, Hardin Constance Sprong, Hardin Cosette Seal, Grafton Thomas Norris, Jerseyville Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Janice Harris, Gillespie Ralph Mitchell, Gillespie DISMISSALS Golda Vance, Carlinville Georgia Burough, Carlinville Easter Likes, Sawyerville Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Lisa Schnelton, Greenfield DISMISSALS Bernard Koster, Carrollton Jane Widdowson, Carrollton Staunton Community ADMISSIONS Joseph Skertich. Staunton Mary Kucinick, Livingston Betty Vetter. Moro Sue Weber, Livingston Lisa Kirkwood, Staunton Harold Johnson, Staunton Ann Baugh, Bunker Hill DISMISSALS Alvin Meyer, Dorsey Henry Westfelt, Gillespie Janice Sievers, Staunton Sheryl Sweet, Livingston 'Patricia Brown, Staunton Dominene Eileen 7,iglnr, Ml. Olive Jackie Scroggins, New Douglas Silas Bennett, Gillespie Kenneth Llngner, Alhambra Janet Kramer, Staunlon Adolph Albrecht, Staunton Elizabeth Osmoe, Mt. Olive Roy Jeffrey Paitz, Staunton Car stolen at Eastgate An Alton woman reported lo Easl Alton police Monday afternoon thai her car was stolen while parked on the parking lot at the Eastgale Shopping Center. Mrs. Ronald Heberling, 3201 Charlotte, told police the blue 1965 Ford was parked with the keys inside while she was in a nearby store. She reported the theft at 4:15 p.m. and said she thought il happened around 3:30 p.m. 3rd BELL INN CAFETERIA & LOUNGE 99e SPECIAL DAILY Private Parties Allende declares state of emergency in Santiago SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) President Salvador Allende declared a stale of emergency in Santiago Province Monday night in an attempt to quell mounting protests against food shortages brought on by his socialist policies. Most of Chile's 150,0(10 shopkeepers closed in a one-day protest strike Monday, housewives in Santiago staged another p o t•b a n g i n g demonstration, riot squads clashed with anti-Marxist demonstrators and anti-leftist youths put up flaming barricades alon<? 10 blocks of MID-AMERICA THliATRES FEATURING: •* FRIED CHICKEN i, STEAKS * GENUINE ITALIAN FOODS •k SEA FOODS For Carry-Out Orders Ph. 462-4620 OPEN DAILV AT 6 PJU. SUNDAY 1C NOON (Closed Mondays) COMPLETE CHOICE OF SNACKS • Quick short- order service. • Car or window service. • Economical family eating. TRY US! 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Godfrey Road 466-3950 Milton Road 462-7855 7th & Central 462-9112 BRING THIS AO & RECEIVE ^'^^^^JU,,... Alton's Newest & Finest Vieth ' NORTH SIDE Inside Dining Drive Up Window Phone Order Service 466-5995 DRIVE IN 413 W. Delmar FREE PRIZES 466-5995 Ut $25.00 Savings Bond 2nd Blender Adults 18 & Over Only 3rd Toaster NO PURCHASU NliCliSSAKY WEDNESDAY SPECIALS BUY ONE ... GET FRIES FREE Bar-B-Que . . . 60c Double Burger , 55c Fish Sandwich . 49c Corn Dog . . . . 40c Pork Tenderloin Sandwich . . . 3> 99c BUY ONE —Get 2nd FREE FISH-N-CHIPS 7QC Fries, Roll . , 79' BUY ONE —Get 2nd FREE Soft Greme CONES . 15<>25 Santiago's .-wank Providencia Avenue. Sixty demonstrators were reported arrested in Santiago when police used tear gas and clubs against groups shouting slogans against Allende's regime and its efforts to break the shop strike. The shopkeepers' strike was the biggesl show of protest by private enterprise since Allende took office 22 month* ago on a platform of gradual government takeover of trade and industry. The government branded the strike illegal and politically motivated. An executive order authorized government officials to break into shops handling essential goods and sell them to the public. BEL*AIR HWY 66*111 Open 1:00 Stiirt Dusk •LAST NITE "DUCK YOU SUCKER" "Chato's Land" (PG) STARTS WED. "EL TOPO" "DOC" (R) CAPRI OLD ST.IOUIS f)9. Open 7:00 Start Dusk •LAST NITE, | "DUCK YOU SUCKER" I "Chato's Land" (PG) STARTS WED. "The Stepmother" (R) "Chain Gang Women" F F •*••••• IL orF G PC R ($; M RATING GUIDE 'arents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES AH Ages Admittid 3S5& } PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Material May Not B. Suitable For Pre-Teen«Bei» «S3> RESTRICTED 1 Under 17 requires accompmylna Parent or Adult Guardian C3» NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED (Age limit may vary In certain areat) ^^ Printed as n public service by «2J» - ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WANTED 8 HOMES THAT NEED PAINTING ALTON, ILL. — Eight hnme owners in this general arou will be given the opportunity of having the new Saw-K«rf Super Steel Siding by tnito* States Steel applied to tlipjr homes with optional decorative work at a very low < > ost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of home owners throughout the United States who are fed up with constant painting and other maintenance costs. It can last for 30 years anil provides full insulation summer and winter, as well as fire protection. Our IIPVV product can be used over every type of home, including frame, concrete block, stucco, etc. It comes in 7 colors and is now going to be introduced to the Alton market. Your home can be a show place in your vicinity and we will make it worth your while if we can use your home. For appointment please write (including name, address and phone number) to J a t k Johnson, 11 West Third St., Alton, 111., 62002, or .'nil 462-8775. Our representative will call on you without obligation. LUNCH IT. 111. MIAMA IM-47U Madison Countv'i Ftneitl THENEWtSTANUdHiGESlYET Monday thru Saturday, 11 AM to 4 PM AT PONDEROSA ZeDDelin Family Steak, Tossed Green Salad, Hot Buttered Roll OR Chopped Steak, Tossed Green Salad, Hot Buttered Roll DONT FORGET: TUESDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY NIGHT. Open 7:00 Storti Duskl ENDS TONIGHT! (PG) Charlton Helton In "SKYJACK" Plus "JOY IN THE MORNING'" WROSA STUIH9DSB Where "WILLARD ended... 43 WEST EDWARDSVILLE ROAD WOOD RIVER — DIAL 254-6879 EN And this time. he's not alone! AUG. 26 SEPT. 4 TODAY LAST TIMES "GODFATHER" 5:15 8:30 (R) Comfortably COOL GRAND STARTS WEDNESDAY MATINEES DAILY -OPEN 12:30 * 2 DISNEY HITS * Two runaways and a guardian lion, LOSTINTHlWIUJffltlESS! —AT— 2:40 JA / 6:00 9:15 FIRST RUN! WALT DISNEY productions' mm -PLUS- WALT DISNEY productions' ""BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE TECHNICOLOR' &&AV &&».^M — Shown 1:00 4:'!0 7:35 Toiiiti- - Kiids. Tliurv - Ourn ti:3U "SUMMER OF 42" 9:00 (R) Jane Fonda "KLUTE" 7:00 (R) I ComfortahlyCOOZ. WIIDEY The CHARLEY PRIDE Show August 26 - 8:00 P.M. The JOHNNY CASH Show August 27 -2:00 P.M. August 27 - 8:00 P.M. The DAVID CASSIOY Show August 26 - 2:00 P.M. "THE GOLDEN YEAR NIGHT SHOW" starring Vikki Carr, Tex Beneke with music made famous by Glenn Miller, and The Establishment. August 28 thru Sept. 3 - 8:00 P.M. "THANKS FOR THE MEMORIESSHOW" starring Bob Hope and The Sound Generation Sept 4 (Labor Day) - 8:00 P.M. GRAND CIRCUIT HARNESS RACING featuring "The Hambletonian" August 28, 29, 31, & Sept. 1 The Hambletonian, Aug. 30 ~ 1:30 P.M. RCA SANCTIONED RODEO featuring Barbara Mandrell and The Do-Rites August 26 -4:30 P.M. August 2,' -4:3(1 P.M. . S. A. C. AUTO RACES September 2 - Midgets September 3 - Stock Cats September 4 - Championship Dirt Tuns Trials, Noon FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE: Du Quoin State Fair fr Box 182 Ou Quoin, Illinois 62832 OR CALL: AC 618 542 2126

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