Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 21, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Gov. Kerner Announces Training for Mechanics ~ . SPRINGFIKLD. 111., —(Spc Additional increases will hoi rial) — Gov. Otto Kprnrr todiiy announced plans for pre-ap granted at the end of each sue reeding six months of satisfactor- prcnticcship training program forlilv completed training. The training will br conducted under the supervision of Miss Maude Myers, automobile mechanics and body and fender repairmen. The program will prepare men | Illinois director of personnel, between the ages of 18 and 35 for employment as auto mechanics and body and fender repair men in the State of Illinois gar ages. The program was developed in accordance with provisions of the Manpower Development and Training Act in which the federal government will pay the training costs amounting to approximately $13,170. This includes institutional and on-the-job training. The Illinois Department of Pub lie Works and Buildings will employ the trainees at an approximate salary of $270 per month for the first six months and $294 for each month of months. the second s i x Legion Auxiliary Meets al Graf ton GUAFTON The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening at American Legion Home and members voted to change the date of the meeting from the third Thursday 1o the third Wednesday of the month. Mrs. Margaret Burns and Mrs. Marie Critchfield were in charge of recreation and prizes for games were awarded to Mrs. Eva Auston. Mrs. Ann Purdy, Mrs. Charles DeSherlia and Mrs. Lorena Dixon. plllllllillll CIVIC MEMORIAL llllllllllHlli i AIRPORT RESTAURANT 1 = w Dial 259-3502 SUNDAY,SEPT. 22nd A = TURKEY & DRESSING Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Beans or Corn, Jell-O, Beets or Apple Sauce, Hot Rolls and Butter .. ir I i fc fc im A 5J250 FHl | OPEN TILL NINE ||HHIIIIilllillilllffi= WILSHIRE RESTAURANT Wilshire Mall Shopping Center 505 BERKSHIRE BLVD. EAST ALTON flpen Sundays 'Til 7:30—Daily 'Til 10 P.M. Bring the Family! SUNDAY, SEPT. 22nd CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT! Vegetables - Hot Roll Brighton PTA Hears Fay On 'Trades' BRIGHTON — Anilities related to hecomhiR tradrsmon will hp«in to be detectable when boys arc in flip fifth and sixtli grades, accord ing to Harold Fay, Alton, machin ists union official. Fay, speaking before (ho Parent Teacher Association here Thursday evening, said that good substantial home backing is an essential in successful service as an apprentice in any trade. The speaker pointed out that boys who have a high school diploma have preference for apprenticeships, but that two years of high school is acceptable as a prerequisite. Loss schooling than this is not acceptable, he said. Boys fresh from high school do better as apprentices than those who have been idle for a period of time, he said, because the discipline of study and work habits are still in force. Some trades will apprentice boys of 16, he said, but some require 18 years of age. The talk was the first of a series planned by the PTA on careers. In the business session, conducted by Mrs. Paul Winters, Byron Tcwse of the Boy Scout Committee of Troop 39, called for a special session to discuss revival of troop activities. It was decided to hold a meeting of the PTA execu- ive board and of parents of boys ages 11 to 14 at which a scout committee can be selected to in turn select a scoutmaster. Towse agreed to arrange for the special FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull Too bad you're not still growing, Mr. WSlloby." |l nimiii IIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHimilllMIII We cater to your good taste . . . 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 HILL TOP iRESTAURANr m By Pass 66, >A Mile iBSouthwest of Edwardsville Bethel Homemakers Meet Near Medora MEDORA — The Bethel Homemakers Extension Unit met Wed nesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Johnson. The major lesson, given by Mrs. Vern Searles, was "How Do You Rate As A Shopper?" The minor lesson was on furniture wood and was given by Mrs. Morris Elliott. The hostesses, Mrs. Leanclu Young, Mrs. Jesse Smith and Mrs. L. 0. Johnson, served refreshments. California Visitors MEDORA — Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKinny this week are their daughter, Mrs. C. H. Horstman, and her daughters, Jean and Janet, of San Pablo, Calif. meeting. A motion was carried to have a patrol man, rather than youngsters, as patrol, at the railroad crossing of Main Street when children ^ire going to and from school. Jack Austin and Virgil Jones were named to consult with Adrian Smith, village marshal on selection of a man for the job. St. Teresa Rummage Sale At Brighton BRIGHTON — A rummage sale and luncheon will be held Oct 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Legion Hall, it was announced this week by Mrs. Calvin Von- nahman, St. teresa Service League president. Plans were made last Wednesday as members of the League met in the basement of the Rectory in St. Alphonsus Church. Trapshoot for Women Sunday at Carrollton CARROLLTON — A trapshoot for women only will be held at Robin Hood Sunday, beginning at 1:30 p.m. The event is spon sored by the C and E Sportsmans Club. Missions Coming MANILA — Several American trade missions are to visit the Philippines during 1964. .CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS 991 |B All you can eat! • | SATURDAY & SUNDAY | • Serving 12 noon to 10 p.m. j| Hamburgers $ 4 Carry Out Only! I •I GODFREY, ILLINOIS On Route 67 to Brighton AIR CONDITIONED Fine Kalian Food/ Spaghetti, Ravioli, and Meat Balls, Steaks, Chicken, Frog Legs, Barbecue Ribs, Lamb Chops, Lobster, Shrimp and Cattish. SUNDAY SPECIAL Baked Swiss Steak, Potatoes, Vegetable, Salad, Hot $1 *VC Rolls and Butter 1119 Open Daily 4 P.M. Closed Monday BUD MOORE'S "Shamrock" West Alton. Mo.—5 minutes from Alton KITCHEN NOW OPEN 1T:00 A.M. Every Friday-Saturday and Sunday • COUNTRY HAM Dinner • COUNTRY SAUSAGE Dinner • Fresh RIVER CATFISH • Fresh RIVER BUFFALO (boneless) • STEAKS, Any Size (You name it, we cut it) CHICKEN Fixed like it should be LIVER & ONIONS PORK-CHOPS or PORK STEAK BAR-B-QUE RIBS CORNED BEEF (Home made—when available) PHONE SK 3-2813 or SK 3-9525 Chicken Special! 3 PCS. Delicious Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, 2 Vegetables, Warm QQC Rolls and Butter • *^ Try Our Delicious Homcrde Pie RICKEY'S CAFE 621 E. Broadway — Across from Wedge Bank 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 It MM *• •» MION I'*" HOV.-KMIIUUM »• ONLY Under 12 $1.25 Or Child's Plate Special 75c DAILY 4:30-8:30 SUNDAY 11:30-8:30 SUNDAY MENU Baked Hani Roast Round of Beef Barbecued Ham Barbecued Beef Pork Steak and Dressing: ftleatlouf Filet of Cod Golden Fried Chicken Lasagna PLUS Vegetables Salads and Relishes Puddings and Custards BREAKFAST 6 A.M. ALL YOU PANCAKES CAN __ EAT 50C CAFETERIA i*08 ALTON K. Broudwuy PLAZA MIDTOWN DINING ROOM 7th & Central—Alton, III. WSII Be Closed Until Thursday, Sept. 26th, Employees' Vacation THE FRIED COMET CHICKEN 3687 East Broadway 4-Lane Highway at Bridge, East Alton ALL YOU CAN EAT Merry*Go*Rotind\ Officers of Plainview Unit Seated TRIO CAFE: LELA HUSHING, Owner 9 • CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS • FRIED CHICKEN • HAM or ROAST BEEF • All dinners include Vegetables, Salad, Dessert and Drink 136 Central Bethalto, III. Phone 377-9381 • Sunday Sept. 22nd Set for Nov. 1 At Carrollton CARROLLTON •— The annual Merry - go - Round sponsored by Greene County Homemaker's Extension service will be Friday, Nov. 1, at First Presbyterian Church in Carrollton and is open to the public with a meal to be served in the tea room at noon. The speaker during the afternoon program will be Mrs. Pauline Schroedcr of the Schroeder Hobby and Book Shop in Jerseyville and the program will begin at 1:15 p.m. In addition to the noon meal various items may be bought from the different department which make up the Merry go-Round. PTA to Meet at Eldred School Monday CARROLLTON — A film on the "New Modern Math Program" will be presented at a meeting oi Eldred Parent Teacher Associa tion at Eldred Grade School Mon day at 7:30 p.m. at the school. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ross of Carrollton are the parents of a daughter born Friday at Boyd Memorial Has- pital. Admitted to the hospital Friday as medical patients were Wilbur Schroeder and Pedro Villegas of Eldred, Mrs. Pearl Gustine of Greenfield and Raymond Stringer of Carrollton. Mrs. Cecelia Rawe of Greenfield was dismissed Thursday, and Mrs. Stella Langley was dsi- missed Friday. Win Ratings CARROLLTON — Larry Pern- brook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Pembrook won an A rating and Miss Martha Schnelten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Schnelten, won a B rating in the 4-H Club physical fitness contest held in connection with the annual State Farm Bureau Sports Festival in August at Springfield. Saddle to be Awarded CARROLLTON — The grand prize of a saddle will be awarded to the high point horse and rider of the season at the 10-event Western horse show Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Greenfield Lake, sponsored by the Greene County Saddle Club. Trophies and ribbons will be awarded the winners in the pleasure, model, barrel, flag, keyhole and pole bending classes. The colt class will be in two di visions, one for 1962 colts and one for 1963 colts. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — John "c. Price, chairman of the Greene County Board of Supervisors, spent Saturday in Macomb where he attended a Zone 2 meeting of the Illinois Association of Supervisors and County Officials. Mrs. Cleatus Reynolds is spending the weekend in Erie, 111., with her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Butts. Mrs. Reynolds will attend the wedding Sunday of Rowan Butts, son olf Mr. and Mrs. Raph Butts, and Miss Lynne Ruby Ashpole, daughter of Mrs. Bernadine R. Ashpole of Prophetstown. Dale Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Martin, will leave Monday for St. Louis where he will study nursing at Washington University, having transferred there this year from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale where he studied two years. Martin returned this week from a two month trip to Lima, Peru, points of interest in Bolivia and Panama. Martin plans to return OPEN SUNDAY T-BONE STEAK $ | 65 1 25 Potatoes and Salad TURKEY and $ DRESSING STEWED.CHICKEN $| 25 and DUMPLINGS I Served with Point oca, Vegntahle or Salnd & Coffee Call 465-9872 Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. DICK MIDDLETON Owner Breakfast at 6 A.M. Many kinds of Waffles "Home of Fine Food." DICK'S FINE FOOD (ACROSS FROM BRIDGE ENTRANCE) SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 159-Edwardsville Road, Wood River Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ENTREES: Soups: Suinl Gurmaine French Onion 1. Fried Oysters with turtur sauce •2. Haked Stuffed Pork Chop ;i. Braised Short Ribs of Beef in Casserole •1. Bukud Chicken with celery dressing and cranberry sauce Salads: Mixed Salad Caesar Salad Choice of; Baked Potatoes Assorted Snowflake Potatoes Relish Tray Dial 254-4612 for Reservation SHIPMAN — Mrs. Alan Bull man installed officers for t h" Plainview Homemakers Extension Unit at a meeting Thursday afternoon at the Frank McRevey home. They were: Mrs. Wilfred Mc- Revey, chairman; Mrs. M. N. Howerton, firs' vice chairman; Mrs. Charles Keck, second vice- chairman; Mrs. Marcus Snedeker, secretary and treasurer; Miss Adeline Snedeker, publicity; Mrs. Frances Aggers, safety and health and Mrs. Alan Bullman, recreation. The major lesson was given by Mrs. M. N. Howerton and. Mrs. Frances Eggers. The short feature on "Protocol" was given by Mrs. Wanda Keck. Refreshments were served to 12 members and a guest, Mrs. Charles Modlin. Sunshines Sisters were revealed during the afternoon. Observes Birthday SHIPMAN — Mrs. John Edwards observed her birthday with a dinner at her home Wednesday. Guests were; Mrs. Orville Bettis, Virden; Mr. and Mrs. Don Simpson and Joy, Palmyra; Mrs. Delbert Dabler and family, Girard; Mrs. David Suhling and son, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Edwards and amily and John Edwards. To Sponsor Tea SHIPMAN —The Parent Teacher Assn. will sponsor the annual Mother's Tea Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the school gym. Mothers of all pupils are invited and will be asked to make a donation for the fund to be used to entertain the pupils at three parties during the year. The mothers of kindergarten pupils are also invited. Attend Tea SHIPMAN — Several members of the Homemakers Extension attended a tea at the governor's mansion in Springfield Thursday. They were: "Mrs. Laverne Van- ausadall, local chairman; Miss Bertha Schulz, vice chairman; Mrs. Ronald Breitwiser, Mrs. Helen Patten, Mrs. Paul Mills and Mrs. Gary Christopher. Shipman Notes Mrs. Elizabeth Gates of Houston, Tex., arrived Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Charlotte Mey-' ers. Mrs. George Meier is a patient at the Huber Hospital in Pana. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Snedeker and Adeline returned home Wednesday after a visit with relatives the past week in Iowa, Joliet, Sterling and Chicago. Roxana Preshy Teachers Go To Workshop The Sunday school teachers of the Presbyterian Church of Roxana will attend the Christian Education workshop at the Elm Street Presbyterian Church in Alton from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. The trustees, of the church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday. They will prepare for the congregational meeting to be held at 7 pan. Sept. 29 at which time the group will decide on the purchase of an aircondition- ing unit for the church. NEW DELHI — A California fish packing firm is reported to be interested in branching out in to the Indian market and there is a possibility of a new packing plant being built in Bombay. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1963 _. —— r " ' Carrollton Class Plans Wiener Roast CARROLLTON.—The members ot the Good Neighbors Class of the Methodist Church will have a wiener roast Sunday evening at Carrollton City Park. Members of the planning committee are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. William Hobson. Plans will be made at this meeting for a fish fry which is open to the public and will be held in the Methodist Church dining room Oct. 4. Respect for Their Potential HUTCHINSON, Kan. £>—Fielding was a bit erratic during anj American Legion baseball tournament game. Two skunks occupied the area between left and center fields. Outfielders kept a respectful distance from the animals until the skunks departed voluntarily. to these countries to practice when his education is completed at the University. A marriage license was issued Sept. 19 in the office of Richard McLane, Greene County Clerk, to Spencer Long and Miss Barbara Krueger, both of Jerseyville. Mrs. Charles Driver, Mrs. Oren Siebermann, Mrs. Richard Reynolds, Mrs. Lillian Griffith, Mrs. J. W. Ford, Miss Wilhelmina Hebner and Mrs. Eloise Tholen spent Thursday in Pittsfield where they atended a district Illinois Homemakers Extension Workshop at the Christian church. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Creeling of Shipman and Henry Stamm of Alton were guests Thursday ofj Mr. and Mrs. Frank Proffer. ! TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL Opens at 7 BIG JOHN WAYNE •JOHN FORD- In Color — Slurring Hurt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas Owl Show TONITE "GOING STEADY Color Cartoons — Free Playground — Children Admitted Free BEL*AiRlHcAPRl II) bl 11)IIIS HI) • NOW Thru TUES. • BRODERICK CRAWFORD SPARTICO SANTONY ALIOA VAILI ' TtRESA VELASQUEZ (JUST*!, A WASNH llOt lilEASS • NOW Thru TUES. • HENRY FONDA I MAUREEN O'HARA (James MacArthur , f Donald Crisp SPENCERS MOUNDUN Tub Nutuliu HUNTER • WOOD OPEN 7:09 — START DUSK) BURNING HILLS • SIUJ HIT TONITE 7 Women From Hell" Need Seme Paint, Nails, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY OPEN SUNDAY 9 to 1 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Only 3 Miles E. Bethalto VIENNA — Filter tip cigarette sales are growing in Austria. WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER Next Door to OTT Jewelry 7 Days Per Week 7 A.M. Till 12:30 OPEN SUNDAY ROXANA, ILL. AIR-CONDITIONED THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No ParkinR Problems Ph. 254-0613 or 284-7271 TONITE—SUN. Glenn Ford, Shirley Jones Konny Howard "THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S FATHER" Color Tonitc 8:53 Sun. 1:19, 5:09, 8:59 Dana Andrews, Eleanor Parker, Jeanne Craln "MADISON AVENUE" Tonite 7:14 Sun. 3:10, 7:00 SELECTED SHORTS 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 Eat DAILY SPECIAL! "Chuck Wagon" T-Bone Steak ... Golden Fried Chicken 1.95 $ l.75 U.S. Alt. 67 — East Alton Across from Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center Dial 254-0161 C. H. DECKER (Owner) "Open 6:45—Start 7 p.m. Admission Sat., Sun. Adults 60c—Kiddies 25c TONIGHT and SUNDAY BOB HOPE And LUCILLE BALL — IN — FANCY PANTS Today, Sun. 3:35, 7:22 p.m. HUGH O'BRIAN D. Hart, Joan Caulfield rA-G-M present* WITH ME PANAVI8ION®«nd METROCOUOW I Today, Sun. 1:30, 5:27, 9 p.m. I Steve McQueen, J. Garner Matinees Today & Sun. 12:45 Ends Tliurn. Regular Prices 35c 7!ic 90c THE WONDERFUL STORY OF A BOY AND HIS AMAZING UNDERWATER FRIEND You'll Have To See It To Believe It! Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer numb v*™* ' . v *""".^mf .' the fabulous dolphin Chuck Connors, Luke, Hnlpin BSQB METROCOLOR Today & Sun. 2:50, 0:20, 9:50—Mon. at 7;2B Only SLflVE THESONOFSPHRTHCUS Today & Sun. 1:10, 4:40, 8:10—Monday 8:5g Only EXTRA: TOM & JEBBY qOLOR CARTOON GRAND—Next Friday "PT 109" TODAY & SUNDAY! Open 12:30 Big Exciting Hits Together! Thin Is Adult Entertainment PAUL NEWMAN HUD! R«l««5«0 by 20th Century FQ* 12:46, 4:30, 7:05 PATRICIA BRANDON DOUGLAS -NEAI 'del/IDE MUMAOI) D*UiDI' • UUUINRHT* WING RWHOI-MAKIIN WIT SWUMIfl IfcJIlfcJrt! II IRVING HAVtICH - HAM! f RANK . • tun wpSu, A PUUHOUNI RtlUSE : 15, 5:55, U:80

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