Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 31, 1949 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, December 31, 1949
Page 11
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and rm <?«e B| expected to foretell the eeltfse 6f events. As fw ifst^ the ttfttfre as we ean see with elarlty, there is no threat tit it serious depressWh lit feusiness.'* BaSnt Ms opinion oti business deveiopinsnti elf tftfe p^st Jfeat, h« panted to the ferersat of m- titbit roB*» «A orfe at the •flee* tors which win bring ; abt»ut the ttetsd ef bustfte* eatly in Cuftflg 1948 the so-eaOed .ftttgrattifc, foreign aM, and >Ubli<J ttfflStftretton, he said. Coft*t*«eitott ended ihfi yew en tt Wift high, B«Bsle fibsetvfed, At* MA TIN Eft j - m m m .m m m .m m m m m M "4T\ ff^i £**** & WT\ ST™** m I Sr\ ' ^^ m H I B" ^WJTT P9 n ^nmM f iffi p%w*!^ BSPfcrt""* LAST TIMES TONIGHT Special 5*Hour New Year's Eve Show Starts Hm J?,J*t.-»Children 866-Adtflts 60c (to* Included) "ALBUQUERQUE" ,fS. "PERILS of PAULINE" 3»,7, "NOOSE HANGS HIQH" S7S • 3 Features • Color Cartoons • Three Stooges Comedy SUNDAY-MONDAY DENNIS DORIS JACK ; '4rl'lllV-'* CUZfi. tKlAfl/ GxUAt StOAA /* «ABY COQPIR 6 JOAN CRAWFORD {) MROL M.THN, CYDHCY ORIINSnilT^PATRICIA NIAL^IUANOR PARKIR »OMAU> RJAOAM it tDWARD •. ROMNSdN JANt WYMAN Shown at <2:58—6:12—9:35 (Monday at 7:00—10:200 THREE RECKtESS TEXAS RANGERS ... AND A "BLONDE BOBCAT" F/GHT/NG FOR LIFE AND BULLET. ^R^^HLAHgt WILLIAM BENDIX SWEPT CAREY MONA FREEMAN "Streets Produced by ROBERT FELLOWS Dlrtcied by LESLIE FENTQN e.i«b, TECHNICOLOR Shown atil;lC — 4:36—7:83 (Monday at 8:45) Continuous Sat. 3J45 to 12 P.M.—Suh.*l P.M. IT" Z 5 HOUR SHOW—ALL SEATS 60c 3 BIG FEATURES and CARTOONS BOB HOPE * JANE RUSSELL "THE PALEFACE", JOAN * MONA OAULPIELD FREEMAN "DEAR RUTH" ALAN LADD BRENDA MARSHALL "Whispering Smith" SUNDAY-MONDAY RANDOLPH SCOTT JOHN IRELAND "THE DOOLINS OF OKLAHOMA" 2:20, 6:20, 8:80. RODDY ROLAND McDOWALL WINTERS "TUNAGUPPER" 1:00, 8:50, 6:50, 10:00. NEW YEAR'S EVEl DANGE AT BOOKER T. WASHINGTON CENTJER 517 BELLE ST. — -ALTON 9 TO 1 A, M.' ADM $1.40 PER PERSON ARCHIE BURNSIPE'S ORCHESTRA Sponsored by Allen Bevenue American Legion J»ost No. 354 , .TRY OUR ' HOME-COOKED MEALS THIS SUNDAY Give the Wife a break this Sunflay by bringing the entire family to CENTRAL CAFE, in Roxnna, Jor a 1 delicious and economical meal, _ • Homf-made.Pies and Hot .Rolls t T-Bone Steaks, Fried, Stewed or Baked Chicken and Dumplings Our Specialty. . < V CENTRAL CAFE (APTQ8I From Roxapa Theater) , • .ROXANA, ILL. Hyeryday-tltgO A. M, U«tU 8 P, Df. ' AVON THEATfiE ESTHB WI ''*^^ OYSTER STEW "* ISTHjltOr ^ COMBINATION SHOP ^ ^.TAmr/j a n uf i_ A^-n-%* for w^*" ^^f f^'-i^yf-' iv I'.^pJps, . , ' ' y , • ta rtit M**&: ef capital out- ot 1943, fctoih ftttaitos iattwes, largely offset by increases in „ ^rtvate - fesldefitlai con jWteetJoti dipped «« early -1949, it tis toade K strong recovery, and the eftftibtfted total of private aftd ptiblte construction now stands al !i Decora 1^8 k. Ift the Imfneaiate future, a vc>ry mpottant, although temporary in- luenee on business will be veterans 'spending from the insurance refunds they are to receive In the next few months, he said. ' During the fourth quarter of 1949 strikes In the Key coal and steel industries obscured the trend. Some temporary deflationary effects of these strikes resulted from delays in construction projects and squlpment deliveries, as well as .•educed payrolls. Now that the strikes hdve been settled, there is- nothing to prevent a return (o the 1iigh level of activity achieved a year ago, the U. of I. economist concluded. Adrian Nesbitt Buried In Oakwood Cemetery Adrian Nesbitt, 59, a former Al- .onian, died in St.'Louis Wednesday morning, and was buried Friday morning in Oakwood ceme- .ery. ,He is surived by his wife and .wo daughters, and his mother, Mrs. Clarence Harwood of Cenver. Colo. Nesbitt was a nephew of Mrs. Imma Rlopelle of West Ninth street. " , • may fig served as ' a .first cbu'fse 'or as tk-ssen. ' . Hfll &&ms wtth toe'^flnt df ft mt& knife. Spfttikte thft grape* frtiH halves witft , dnrtatton and brows sugat And dot with butter 6f AtoMflne. 6«<il " u«til the aiMrM P«ip » not -, aftd the sugst ^egtoS t' WAGON WHEEL On Pea* Road Will B* Open Sunday, Jan, I, But Closed Monday, Jan, 2 AMfcfttCAN LEG10K ALTOK POST 188 Business Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 3rd, 1950, at 8 p, m, ' LEGION HOME Oth and Ocnrgo DONALD APPLEGATE CQMMAlVDER Half Chicken (Cut Up) Olblet Gravy French Fries Slaw t . Hot Bolr $1.50 RAY'S Pan-Fried Chicken Phone 2-7342 2604 E. Broadway AFTER 5 P. M. — AtL SEATS 60c WOO DRIVER TONlf E---3 HITS . : : .". ., '• ,. BIG — NEW YEAR'S EVE -HOUf? SHOW BING CROSBY JOAN BLONDELL * MISCHA AUER "EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN" , Shown 8:25. GRRlHiniETT ROUND TOUNC-BILlIf BURKE Shown 4:15, 10:20. 3 w. c. FIELDS GLORIA JEAN * LEON ERROL 'Never Give A Sucker An Even Break' Shown 7:05. JiAfF «W tME OLD YEAR ... CHEEK IN fHE GALA HEW YEAR'S EVE MIDNIGHT SHOW-TO I ALL SEATS 72c (Tax Inoludad)—GET YOU& TICKET NOW At THE BOX • ' . - •»• -"-' 'ON THI SCREEN- * JUNE HAVER ^OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL" MARK n . Sundfty ima Monday 19:30 ; und l4e ^l^^^ilS^a^f^eKSISsSiXUlSS^t^Ki^-^^ -*JlM>IMlran^BSim-m.tSB^I.-~-._-~_.i_g_SH^ p«rr ^ w (Ae r streets. itopark.,. and writing i their romance into a nation's love songs! 10 .^ Ji fa< \a p I g 3 'OQ e ft ^ ^ * ? -» V, 2? $ \v^v LEO FQ •MUl ift «t ip^P« &y<\*\;>:&::-:'•;•;>, Jsa^ dlD^ / pen j» P=0 $ ;'*/> 'V •\ /« I Gale TODAY LAST TIMES 1NGRID BERGMAN JOSEPH GOTTEN "UNDER CAPRICORN" Shown 3;5S 6:23 8;00 2a PRINCESS Box' Office Open 6 P.M. Shown 8:40 HIT NO. 2 .«£ LOVED EVER^^^R'NC 8/r OF and from -what he teamed... GARY GllANT there was PLENTY to ,LOVE! "TOPPFR" BENNE'W Shown in HI) HIT NO. 3 WC FIELDS TONIGHT - GIGANTIC NEW YEftR'S EVE 7 P. M. TILIVIIDN.GHT ^ $ HOUR SHOW * HIT NO. 1 • IT'S BING AT HIS BEST! BING CROSBY, Joan Blondell - Mischa Auer "EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN" t ft***' GlORift JEAN Shown LEON ERROL BUTCH ««i BUDDY SUSAN MILLER Franklin PANGBORN CHARLES LANG MARQABFT DUMONT OPEN SUN6AY 12:30 — MONDAY 1:30. 00 DRIVE 1-SUNDAY-3 DAYS- 2 SMASH HITS SAVAGE! ...WITH THE FURY Of BLAZING GUNS! fXC/r/NGJ ...WITH THE THRILLS OF YOUNG lOVEl He Declared a Recess,.. in Favor of Romance GARNER TUCKIII SOTHERN Alexander KNOX BATES TOBIAS 8HARYN MOFrm TOBIAS MYRNA PEU Sunday ?'20 5:20 8:8Q Shown Monday &QO a-zo 8-op TONITE-3 FEATURES PWRPU5 HEART" - "C.MAW" WILDEY her promised kisses hip tfiat bullets couldn't capture? OPEN SUN'. & MON. l!i:30 | PRINCESS SUNDA & MONDAY ^SsTrT*?^? iV* 9 v^ ,?>7 ADELE JERCENS GEORGE EEVES OMING TUE8PAy4 «MY FRIEND "TRIASUBE Of MONTE i y •• ~~"j!'*r'$fF$FtjFy^TSfif V « , DESPERADO^ Shown

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