Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 30, 1949 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, December 30, 1949
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-••'..' «r* m r 4'-*-r j«> BIG HITS MifHWfe £ Saturday at HMcrr SATURDAY NIOHT BIG5HOURSHOW DOORS OPEN 6:30 P. M. SHOW STARTS AT 7 P ftf ENTERTAINMENT AND FUN GALORE! AlOVESTOKYSETJ TO A CAVALCADE' OF 4. THRILLS! 7> BETTX JQHH MUTTON UIND 3 CARTOONS , PLUS SCREEN SONG PLUS OTHER SUBJECTS ALL SEATS 60c 2 MORE ^OUTSTANDENO fflTS STARTING • Wlllhun Holderi, William Bendlx : • • • ...• ;• —in— ' .-- • "STREETS OF LAREDO" Alexis Smith—Zachary Scott "ONE LAST FLING" HOUSC OF HITS." 5 HOURi SHOW Continuous—^!45^ to 12 P.M. NEW YEARS EVE 3 BIG FEATURES & CARTOONS! BOB HOPE 'if.'- JANEI RUSSELL In Hilarious Technicolor PALEFACE" 5:20—10:20 JOAN G^UliTIBIiD ^ MONA FREEMAN "DEAR RUTH'? ' ' ' ALANJUADD * BRENDA MARSHALL In BlaiJng Technicolor "WHISPERING SMITH" ENDS TONITE BINQ CROSBY */ANN BLYTH* BARRY FITZGERALD "TOP O' THE MORNING" • • , tas ' . WILLIAM EVTHE * LAURA ELLIOTT "SPECIAL AGENT" . 7:00—W:«0 TONIGHT (XOWWIB. Celeste Holm "Oomi to the Stabli" 140 Cottage Wa ^ ne Morrta, Claire Trevor m, 'Valky of the Qlanti" ' Gala 5 Hour New Year's Show FUN QALQftE-THRILLS-SUSPENSE VAN JOHNSON OLpttJA W HAVBN "SCENE OF THE CRIME" SABU x "THIEf 0F BAGDAD" * ' MMh OF THE MOVIES" ^«*«.--,,^ ( '-t,> M^-"^ '••,', "> ,' 5w JWIM I JlWfc FW - t ',' "- ' 't» »<rt« •Itri. for •ffiPiWft ^"%^ *il*^ 4^^%^^"* *»2( wnt w*<n i i«Wftj» n SL'i^uit, vt&rson jr« fliiu Ff^Q Ob^riAttdcp oIlCI UftVtQ iJ^CA*$6 Stf6ftt TlltJ^Sflfliy 3^.&Kfin£tt! AVON THKATRB !: SUtU -I! 1 raw* „«»,. i "*» ^ 3tm Loftg «!<! Mrs, R61Hft Off M , East Alton, and Mr. and W LMMM.' Plfe Waltfer jr., $& iKtasftoied to arrive Chrt«» li^S?***^ MHwauS tt,rbat #fi» to ah ante accidatf while fcnrbUte with a friend to St. Louli. . The car overturned, bat wch received only minor injuri^ After rettfttftg tteftttvitott they r$. turned to their base at Milwaukee Mf. SHI.MM. Harry Watt aAd children, Sliolt, Wft,, who are Vte- Ittof relatives here, spent •"»"O * "•* V *J'V *•*• ••'-**» a t^l 11* »y CZVU1' tor Mid Thursday at th* ho«* w Mf. ktid Mrs* Peatt Cope of Jer« seyville.. Miss Helen Watt returned to El Paso, Tex, Thursday after spend* ing the holidays here with her sister, Mrs. Harold White and other relatives. Mrs. B. L. Marlcle, Mrs. Clllson to 11:00 P.M. Continuous * m m m m Dftftrd Open 6:48 P.M. m m m m a a NOR SIDE "Bad Men of Tombstone" Shown at 8:42. HARRV VON ZELL COMEDY TONIGHT ONLY WILLIAM" BVTHB "SPECIAL" Sho\vn at 7 too—10102. Special New Year's Eve Show MATINEE AND EVENING CONTINUOUS • Each Show Lasts Over 5 Hours « ^^ , TWO SHOWS 1st Show Starts at 1:00 P.M.—and Show Starts at 6:50 P. M, * THREE BIG FEATURES * Color Cartoons • Three Stoqges Comedy ADMISSIONS: Rejtuter Adml.jlons Until 2 P. M. • Afier 2 P. ,M,: fhlMren -30o 'Tax R . Adulli 60c- (Ihcluded ITS BREATH.TAKiHGlAJESTY..JTS ..UA0E IT THE etOnYTOWN OF THE GREAT SOOTHWESTI RUSSELl HAYOEN""!" CATHERINE CRAI?* GEORGE CLEVELAND . ItaM i, «r oaso ' Shown at 5:02—10:11. v A lOVE STORY SIT TO A CAVAICADE OF THRUiS! Shown at 3:08 — 8:30 EAOIE IION FILMS prmntt BUD I 'The NOQSe ftangs High Shown at 1:40— 7:02. ,: -, ' •' " "^^^**^*^mmm*mn For a Safe & Sane Celebration Attend the State's Big eafA Cte Saturday Nite, Dec. 31 - Doors Open 6 P. M Show Starts 7:00 P. M., lasts Until 1950! Look at the Program: * CRUSTY SAVES A LIFE" \yiTH TED DONALDSON-GLORIA 'HENRY * "CORONER'S CREEK" WITH RANDOLPH SCOTT—MARaUKIUTE CHAPMAN * "WEB OF DANGER" • MYSTERY THRILLER * Laurel i Hardy in 'FUELIN' AROUND' CARTOONS AND SHORTS GALORE! AH. SEATS 600. — -mmmHR^^^^^^If^^^l^l^HHU^IHHIHHM PROGRAM FOR TONltE AND SATURDAY MATINEE ADULTS S6o UNTIL 8 P. IWL SATURDAY AFTJSR a, 4sc 9m I Vllf UAT CHILDREN 14o ALL TIMES Bwtrty, Battles Beauty! 9QQM WfttWtitUf/ |VVr H^^T fCAMtRON »t * b/ the Eld'red Atinle Schmidt, Mrs'. Viola * nd Alvl " B»chw«n ^ 8u ^ sU at the hom « «' Bnk WhiUoch •» 6 ow se « Wednesday eveni r ?' 8 pAt<eht «' Mr; *ii x» rto ^ at Medora. ftnd Mrs. Ralph Cub. Be thalto, and Mrs, Paul Mr. tttd Mrt, . nesday in the Hi»ti«h fcbtfte. Mr. and Mrs..ftofee« Sehtiien- b»r« have receWsd a Box 61 Call- g»/nl* t^U* f#6» Mj. aftd Mrs. Wcfiard Keemto, Mffl v«Dey, Calif. The Keetnan's were ftetsh- NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE SAT, NITE 9 to 3 - frit NoveWii Legion Hall EAST AttCW PANSY'S ORCHESTRA •* •«^«-".» V/»WAA^ VW Modem and Old Tim* Dancing Admission $1.60 Peron t they HvW Mr and Mfti. Mr> IM wtere ?.' •- v 3i of drl* ' " <* GRAND Open 12:48 G RAND NEW YEAR'S EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY-U:30 P. M. OH, THAT BEAUTIFUL GAL! SHE MET HIM ON THE £1DE\VAIXS OF NEW YORK... AND THEIR LOVE STORY SET THE WORLD DANCING1 JUNE HAVER MARKSTEVENS S. I "CUDDLES" SAKAU CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!! All Seats 72c (Tax Incl.) Only Seating Capacity Sold. shown ^ ^^ UNDER 1:35 4:10 6:40 9:15 UPRICORN ^•TECHNICOLOR 860 TILL S P. M. PRINCESS •2nd Hit- INDIAN THRILLS! "APACHE CHIEF" ALAN CURTIS TODAY LAST TIMES * t*l»**« * J»WYATI "ICHMICOlOt Shown 5:45, 8:55 OPEN-6:30 TONITE LAST TIMES WOODRIVER GABY COOPER "TASK FORCE" . . , v / -" PLUS! "APPOINTMENT WITH MURDER" »» * TONITE LAST TIMES> >'HELL riRE" i [ GLENN FORD "DOCTOR AND THE GIRL"! WILDEY YEAR'S EVE-GIGANTIC 5 HOUR SHOW SATURDAY^ ' SATUn""— *—-MATINEE—* 1:00 TO 6:00 P.M. Box Office Open 12:30 Adulfs 47c, Children He, tax incl. PRINCESS 2 COMPLETE SHOWS 7 P. M.'TIL MIDNITE BOX OFFICE OPEN 6 P. M. All Seats 62c, tax incl. , "Si«4 AT HIS BEST! >IN6 JO»H CROSBY BLONDELl MISCHAAUER NIGHT AT 8:40. Ybni" .&? WCFIE1DS ;5,m ^™ with "—-^. ClORIA JEKN iUON t ^fH^N^MATTNlE":! 0 ^ ropjy^ -• /ir^ n ^^^''w I ,-<3^ S^^H ^'^?'# a>*2:^ *«ou>» i HQ\vn \ r * '£&%? ISO ' CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S EVE AT OUR BIG 5-HOUR FUN FROLJi ' - " * OODRIVE BOX OFFICE OPEN 12:30 Adults 47c—Children He T»x Jnol, No.l 3 BIG HITS-2 COMPLETE SHOWS <v ONE OF BINC'S BRIGHTEST... ^EASTSIDE OF HEAVEN" IINQ CRpSBY & JOAN BIONPEI.I/ Shown Matinee 8:85 - Shown Night 8!lf5 No. 2 NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN I "TOPPER" CARY GRANT CONSTANCE BENNETT , Shown Matinee 4il8 Shown NlKht WsZO ?Ni •v . NEW YEAB'S EVE^BIg 5-Hour Show.~ 3

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