Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 29, 1949 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, December 29, 1949
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' ! V '>.3- 1 W. H ^WH^'IS;^^^ i*/' ' -"^f : ^v ' P>£ AtfON , :^-'f*" -' :"^^r' y • '*$*V'' ifiitesHold Holiday Party , SfBtPMAN, Dec. 29, (Special)— Connie a*d t/dell Meyers enter titeea Mth ft holiday party Tues- Say afternoon at the home of thei Parents; Mr, and Mrs. Otto Mey tn i Games were ptayed and seasona refreshments served. . Guest* Included Mary Lou Al ittti, Reba Gregory, Marilyn Mat JJK*, Alice Newby, Kenny Archer - partfell Allen, Dean Stelnkoenlgh |r.i ma Connie and Udell Meyers tWswUte- Word of Aunt's Death SHfPMAN.—Mr. and Mrs. Or grille Poiles received word of the death of Foiles* awnt, Mrs. George Rule, Jerseyvllle, and went to Jer- $eyville Monday, / Loren Lahn Entertain . SHIPMAN.—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raymond sr. and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Raymond jr., and son ol Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klotz and sons, Brighton, and Mrs. Alnia Schullhes and daughter, Muriel, Piasa, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lahr, at a potluck dinner. , Guests Monday In the Lahr home were Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lahr and family, Alton. Miss Katie and Miss Bena Damm, Carrollton, J. W. Lahr, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Waggoner and family, Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Lahr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lahr and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lahr. and family. P A pot luck dinner was served fct noon. S. J. Johnson Family Meet SHIPMAN.—The children of Mr. and Mrs. S. J, Johnson and their families were present Monday at the Johnson home at Woodburn. They Included Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Breitwelser and son, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson and family, Mr, and Mrs. John Johnson and ton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee Johnson and family, Shlpman; Mr. and Mrs. Myron 1 Shelton and family, Seymour, and Mr. and Mrs. James Partridge and daughters' Woodburn. SHIPMAN.—Mrs. Charles Crocker was a weekend guest of her daughter, - Mrs. Laverne Isrlng- hausen and family at Jerseyville. Mr, and Mrs, Rolland Scott ipent Sunday with Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Blake{nan sr., at. Roodhouse and with her sitter, Mrs. Junior Hays and family at Manchester, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Christopher, Si t °^_ w .? re weekend guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Breltwiser 52« fS h ,?, were . s «PP er guests Sun- oay of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stouffe, Medora. ' -x Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lister and Bon spent Sunday ond Monday at ESS"" 11 !? 1 ?^ s of Lls ter's brother, Donald Lister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Archer «, 8 5" w «° " 8uest8 nt a faml 'y pthering Monday evening at tho norna of Mrs. Archer's sister, Mrs. Paul Burrls, Wood River. -t^J 16 !?" Sh , u % was a supper guest Monday of Miss Alta Meier '^ M r an <* Mr *- Byron Klrby and children of Litchfleld, aro guests toll i week of Kirby-s m&* Ut*. S. L. Klrby and of Mrs. Klrby's Barents Mr. and' Mrs. Charles tlA ' a <eman Jr., and daughter ot t New Berlin Z^ l W 1M ?, n ^ y of B1 »*oman' 8 jteter, Mrs. Rolland Scott and fam- '• Shaaron Christopher was a fWest several days of her uncle, Nail Christopher, at Alton. »M%' and IF* My"" Shelton and ' *£ n i Se y mou i'. were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Shelton's Water, Mrs. Ronald Breltwiser and family. nnd Mr - «nd . . B, Baxter were guests at pinner Monday at the home ot Mr Q. Schoeneman. tn ' Robert •* p ;,' nd Mrs - °y < un can and family, Bunker Hill, and We, and Mrs. Lloyd Glllesple and family were guests Sunday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. GllleB- }P *• '' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stouffe and ijaughter of Medora, were supper guests Monday of Mrs. Stouffe's ««er, Mrs. Myron Breltwiser, and xatnlly, .Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Huddlestun Auto Body Answer to Pr«vfoift Pulilt HORIZONTAL 5« Snare 1 Depicted type 57 Expands of automobile 9 it is ah » style 13Intersfic«d 14 Flower 13 Dance step 16 Expunge • 18 Indonesian of Mindanao 10 Symbol for illinium 20 Alaskan mountain Si Young child 23 Symbol for erbium 24 Darling . 28 Rowing implements 28 Weight of India 29 It is (contr.) 30 Egyptian sun god 31 Tensile , strength (ab.) 32 Within 33 Measure of cloth 34 Sack 35 Carmine 37 Bargain event 38 Brother of Jacob (Bib.) 40 Any 41 Flatfish 44 Too 46 Right side (ab.) 47 Writing fluid 49 River in France 51 Follower 32 Require 34 Keeper 1 Swift 2 Papal capes 3 Roman bronze 4 Accomplish 5 Winter vehicle 6 Ancient Irish capital 7 Greek letter 8 Pause 9 Correlative ol either 10 Genus of meadow grasses 11 Compound ethers 12 Approaches 17 Daybreak (comb, form) 20 Regulated 22 Trembled 25 Antenna 27 Passageways between rows 34 Flag 36 Bounded 37 Holy person 39 Employers 42 Part of "be 1 * 43 Poet 44 Social insect* 45 Tidy 48 New Zealand parrot 60 Biblical name 51 Hostelry S3 Displaced person (ab.) 65 Id est (ab,) i {& 57 \% 54 Z5 HO 20 55 H5 50 MM 45 W 22 55" 10 18 21 25 59 •29 and daughter spent Monday at Alon, guests of Mrs. Huddlestun's Ister, Mrs. Harry Clark, and fam- ly. Mr. and Mrs. James Welch, Bunker Hill, were guests Monday f Mr, and Mrs. F, F. Kahl. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Odell and aughter of Alton, Mr. and Mrs, oyce Hunt and family and Mr. nd Mrs, Kenneth Breltwiser were ;uests of the women's parentu, Mr. and Mrs. P, E, Craig, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Denny, St. .ouls, arrived Tuesday for several ays visit with Mrs. Denny's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. George Meier. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fenton, Ama- Illo, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce ""enton and family of Miles spent Tuesday with Mrs. B. Fenton's arents, Mr. and Mrs George Meier nd Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs, •*alph • Meier of Carilnvlllo were uests of Meier's Barents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Meier. tr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers and dren visited at Bunker Hill Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. rtalchus Baker. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Rhoads and dr. and Mrs. Grover Halllday were Tiest^Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. Roy eynolds of Jerseyville. Mr. and Mrs. Orlle Bouillon arid aughter visited at Woodburn, Monday with Mrs. Laura Bouillon nd daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huddle- Wife, Wed 20 Years EAST ALTON, Dec. 29 — The Rev. and Mrs. William F. Bohn, 204 Monroe, quietly observed their twentieth wedding anniversary, Christmas. The Rev. and Mrs. Bohn attended church services with their family at the First Baptist Church, where the Rev. Bohn is pastor. The Rev. Bohn, a frequent 'vis- v'ontihuou* T to 11p.m. 8i«Bpjn. NORSIDE — TONIGHT Kay MIHand--Tcroia Wright "The Trouble With Women" Shown at 7:00 10:03 Alan Ladd — Donna Reed "Beyond Glory" Shown at 8:41 I FRIDAY ONLY TONIGHT & FRIDAY Bob Hope « Luoillo Bali "SORROWFUL JONES" 7tOO—10:03 Robert Mltchum • Jaue Groer "THE BIQ STEAL" 8:53 SELEQXKP SHOUTS BIG MIDNITE SHOW NEW YEAR'S EVE SATURDAY, DEC. 31ST I $?•* ft -. Ei v ; t Paramount pretend w'lUlAV EYTHE wiib GtQfiGE REEVES 'IT TAUI VALENIiNf Half Chicken (Cut Up) Olblot Qravy French Frlei Slaw Hot Roll $1.50 RAY'S Pan-Fried Chicken I'hone 3-7348 tOQl K. Broadway LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY AT TUB Alton Moose Club Rooms BHOADVVAY AND WASHINGTON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31st ORCHESTRA, HATS AND NOISEMAKERS. 1 Dancing Front 9 Til) ? MSMBfRS AND THEIR FRIENDS INVITED, "COME TO THi 8TAIU" stun and daughter were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wadsworth and Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Wadsworth at Carllnville. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Skaggs and sons and Mrs. Skaggs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomas, Alton, left Monday for Omaha, Neb., to visit the Thomas' son, Charles Thomas and family. Mr. -and Mrs. John Henry and children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crowder, St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scott and family were guests of A. M. Scott and daughter, Monday. Mrs. Myron Breltwiser with Mrs. Howard Heyen and son of East Alton, and Mrs. Jack Stouffe and daughter of Medora were dinner guests Monday of their great- grandmother, Mrs. Ella Archer, at Carllnvine. The dinner was planned as a surprise for Mrs. Archer. Hotine of Hits! RITZ S Hour Show OH* Continuous Sat. 3:45—12 p.m. Jane • Kussell "THE PALEFACE" Joan Mono- Caulfield Freeman "DEAR RUTH" Alun Brenda Marshall "WHISPERING SMITH" HOUSE OF HITS NOW! Ends Friday! Bing Crosby ^ -k Ann Blyth -fc ^T Barry Fitzgerald + "TOP 0' THE MORNING" NEW YEAR'S EVE OANOE SAT. NITE 9 to 3 - Frit Noviltii) Lesion Hall KSBT ALTON PANSY'S ORCHESTRA FKATURINO Alodern und Old Time Dancing Admission $1,00 Person tor at hospitals in thls'area and at he bedside of ill persons in the community, made his usual round of calls during the afternoon, competing them ;in time .to attend /esper services at 4 p.m. July will also mark the beginning of the seventeenth year that he Rev. Bohn has been pastor'of he First Baptist Church. Member Drive Starts Jan, 30 WOOD RIVER, Dec. 2§.~Jafl 30 wets set as the date for a com hined open-forum general mem bership meeting and kick-off o the 1950 membership drive of th Wood River Township Chamber o Commerce by board members who morial Club, Edwardsvllle road beginning at 8 p. m. It will be limited to Chamber members ant conducted in a town hall meeting style to give members a chance to express themselves. A short talk Is planned follower by the business session which wll be concerned with the election o officers. A Dutch lunch will con elude the quarterly meet. Chamber's nominating com mittee is to swing into action Immediately to prepare a slate of officers and ballots will be mailed the membership as soon as nominations are complete. officers, two are to be selected These include one board member tor a three year term and one member for a two year term for each of labor, 'business, industry and professions. The membership drive for 1950 which will be launched at the meeting, is to end Feb. 4. As a tentative goal, the Chamber of striving for 400 members next year. Jan. 18, the executive board will meet with mayors of various communities of the township Invited as special guests, to become acquainted with objectives of ex- )anding the Chamber to a township basis. The executive commit- ;ee will report on how the Chamber can best serve the various Jo'mmunilles. Russell Bell, executive secretary, •eported on the success of the re- :ent Christmas program promoted by the 1 ' Chamber, telling board members that merchants were well pleased and as a result of a 10- polnt program Including Christ- TONIGHT AND FRIDAY Shown at 8:30 p.m. only { ."&//*» t jfa&M f \ -~ ^. ftltkVlin »f>un X•ttOIK'Wn.'i-WYa? <\ ELISABETH U$DOr<W ION90UBUS 2 Plus 2nd Attraction * Shown at 7:00 10:00 p.m. COMING SATURDAY 5-Hour Show Doom Open 6:30. Starts 7:30 P. M. 3 BIG FEATURES PLUS Cartoons • Short Subjects Betty Mutton — John t.und "PERILS OF PAULINE" John Wayne — Gall Russell and th « Bad Man" Donald O'Connor ~ Martorle Matn "FEUDIN 1 FUSSIN' AND A FIQHTIN" 1 /Ye^o Year's Eve DQnee MACHINISTS' CENTER lol KHAAIRQCK aT.{lEKT-~£AST ALTON, ill^ PUBLIC INVITED . Dance to Jack Site's Orchestra and Hit Crystal Moonlight Walt* Roxana ttOXANA. —. Mr. and Mrs. fid. ward * Clarksdh, sr., J51m street and Mi ' *" "* Boushka during the holidays. Kerntit Terry, Elm street, spent the past few days in Metropolis with his family, which soon will move to a home on Central avenue, Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Merie'Tedrlck, Elm street, spent several days in Vandalla with relatives. Mrs. Leland Hubbartt and sons of Elm street haVe as guests, Mrs, Hubbartt's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs; Richard Llndsey and son-of Marshall, tnd., and an* other daughter, Mrs. Gene McGlll, Camp Lee, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Vlrnon Matthews have returned to Carbondale after visiting Matthew's parents* Mr. and Mri. Br&taft paTefits, Mr. »,„ *»»•» Gilbert Wade; Waft Fatfrth street 4dtitak dUtak&^L 4Aa2£Kk * •^ i ~ ^-a*~«_,. = two wrens witn n«fr oro* lUer-In-iaw and aster, Mr.-sftd Ma. Lwnnel CKQtr* aftd Km» of Maple avenue. MoftdiyV Mr. «nd Mrs. DilldW and soft* and Misi Suntvan were guests of Mr. alsd Mrs. George Straub and family, Ottttfvffle. Cottage Hills COTTAGE HILtjS—Mrs. William Hale entertained Christmas with a family dinner honoring her husband, who observed his birthday that day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeMottos, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hunt jr., and Hale's brother-irt'law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Wells and three sons from St. Louis. Mrs. Lorena Bell had as guests Christmas Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Gallagher, ,. Mr. a^nd Mrs. Don Bell, St. Louis. Monday visitors at the Bell hdme were Mrs. Bell's sister, Mrs. Charles Schlahsker^ Fleldoti, Mr. attd Mrs., Keitotit Mr, frM Mrs. P. A. Rw* Notma Lee GimiWefSon, Wdtfd . and Mt s7 . Mr. ant! Mrs., Raymond tlnlpe and datigftt*. Doftsa Rae, Haft* ford, Visited MefidJty evenlftfi at the hotte of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllaw ______ KStnffer HUahlRBtt In Mm vttJtlng ., lough with his parent*, Mr. ttfttl Ma Miff on TarraM-.S.' R. keasM, Oihaha, father of Mrs. J* ^Isftirtg ftt the IWrtttet GRAND street, and Mrs. Matthews' parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Basso, Central | avenue, Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Parker and children, Jimmy Dale and Patsy, of East Sixth street, spent Christmas with Mrs. Parker's mother, Mrs. Anna Tretter, Gillesple. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sheppard and family of West Sixth Wreet returned Monday evening from Pleasant Hill, where they visited, Mrs. Sheppard's relatives, and Nebo, where they were guests of Sheppard's relation. Mrs.. Lilly Sheppard, mother of Harold, returned to Roxana with them. ', Charles Wade, student at the University of Illinois, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ,and STATE mas trees, carols -and a roving Santa Claus, the retail sales" in Wood River measured up, to last year or better. 155 E. Ferguson, WOOD RIVER TONIGHT LAST TIMES ROARING DRAMA OF AIRMEN ..AND THEIR WOMEN! Shown 7:06, 9:45 FRIDAY & SAT. Don Barry— Sheila Ryan "RINGSIDE" Shown 7:00 10:00 —ALSO — James Millican Mary Beth Hughes "RIMFIRE" Shown 8:50 And Shoyt; John Nesblt's Passing' Parade - "SOUVENIRS OF DEATH" Shown 8:30 ; : -SPECIAL ' NEW YEAR'S EVE SUPER SHOW SATURDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M. SPECIAL PROGRAM . SPECIAL FEATURES fLAN NOW fO ATTEND! — TONITE PLUS — CARTOON FRIDAY AND SAT. wild OOMAHENRV STEPHEN DUNNE MClE JEBfiENS tana K' — AND BOOM TOWH THRILLS! — PLUS — 2-REEL COMEDY TWO CARTOONS NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE AT, VETERANS MEMORIAL CLUB 231 Edwardsvllle Road '' WOOD RIVEtf AdmUsion $1.BO Per Person (Includes noise makers & hats) 9 P. M, to Z A. M, JP GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE DANCING 9 P. M. - ? FKBB Noise Makers Hats w. Favor* M AC'S EUKY AKERS ALL STRING BAND AT THE Modern And Old Time Dancing V.F.W. MEMORIAL PARK LODGE COTTAGE HILLS Admission $1,00 Per Person • . * AX INC. - ' , t • * . PUNTY REFRESHMENTS BIG GALA MIDNIGHT SHOW NEW YEAR'S EVE Saturday- lliJOP, H. Buy Your Ticket Now! All Seats 72c ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE Only Seating Capacity Sold TODAYlAST TIMES— EDW. C. ROBINSON * SUSAN HAYWARD "HOUSE OF STRANGERS" Shown 3:10 5:10 7:15 9:15 GRAND — 47c TILL 6 — FRIDAY & SAT. expect the unexpected! ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S UNDER COLOR BY t«_> • Shown TECHNICOLOR r* 10 :15 36c TILL 5 P RIN c¥sS TODAY & FRI. -2 TOP HUTS AUUKUITIS TOM WAI • KUMIU HAYOiN PLAN NOW TO ATTEND OUR BIG "NEW YEAR'S EVE" S-HOUR SHOW -' SATURDAY PEN WOODRBVER Toijite & SMASH HITS —- Shown 8:Sfl .SUSPENSE! "APPOINTMENT WITH MURDER" JOHN CALVERT ftf the FALCON 7:*o Big B-Hoar Show - Hew WILDEY TQNITI cicANTtei m* mmw YWS syi

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