Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 8, 1961 · Page 18
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 8, 1961
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ALTON EVENING 'tBMtttii.ii ... TOTHALTO-Ed Jtwwrtal High HKJoMBlUaaMl JtU^teh4*Mt HVHIVB UllBilwT vi Vfi^Bv. *'»«TM«-, ^^ «fi»1 *MCA wtnmer recreation £"b "' J* ^"^T, b «T*, held at Civic Memorial High lnd,utrinl Art Bead Bethalto Animal Bnnqupt fiCTHALTO _ John Johm . student and Keniwth Bter- M »s«wt«h, w«* selected football coach at Clvtc as candidates for the office of the High School Industrial Arts \ », 1961 H was announced Frl- ^ cjw j » 'ftwn Bethalto. Meadow.! Election will be held at the bfOok, Cottage Hills and Forest fV* f^lS 0 !! -^1 5*» "II Home* trtll participate in the JJ™ 1 " "^^ Springfield. April „ .t Approximately 100 club mem- board president Paul j^ ' of ^ M ' ascoutah Hattery, said Friday tha« man. |vi , le Wood R|VM . __ _ •gars are needed for baseball j High Schools . were ^^^ „, the afid softball programs. He said annual banquet, that interested persons are ln-| Members of the VVood Vtted to attend a manager *, club ww (n charge oHhe meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. in („„„,„, ftnd Bruce the visual aids room of «n>i Wro d Rjver, vice president, con- Civic Memorial High School, dueled the brief business ses- Persons Interested may also: s jon. contact Mattery. Hartweger orj Arrangements for the affair Charles Norris, Bethallo Women's Organization Meets BETHALTO — Members the Past Presidents Parley .were supervised by Henry Stud- 'nicki, Wood River; and James iCompls. Bethalto. sponsors of j the locai clubs. j Practice Teacher j BETHALTO — Miss Alice °';Smith, a student a student at Southern of i Illinois University. Carbondale. Bethalto American Legion met; is serving ^ a practice teach . Thursday evening at the home; er in tne Home Economics de . of Mrs. Jacob Hagen. 344€ Mer- ;p(lltnient at the CTv1c Meniori . idoda Street, Alton. ;a) High gchool , t WJ|g announc _j Mrs. Elmer Schoenweis.ied Thursday. Miss Smith lives! Parlej- chairman, presided, and;in Carbondale. j members sent a handkerchief | [ shower to department head-; BARCELONA—Cities in North-; quarters in Chicago to be dls-je™ Spain are now receiving tele- tributed to hospitalized women 'vision from a radial network | war veterans. Games were played and lunch 'from the Barcelona-Zaragoza co-j axial cable. NEW SEWER FOR ROCK, ATKINSON STREETS was served by the hostess. Next]the home of Mrs. Vera Bruen- meeting was set for May 4 at i ing, 343 S. Prairie. OPEN SUNDAY IMONE STEAK I Pototoes ond Solera TURKEY DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN land DUMPLINGS . Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee CALL HO 5-9872 en 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. 5 1.65 M.25 $ 1.25 Breakfast at 6 AJVL kinds of Waffles DICK MIDDLETON, Owner Across From Bridge Entrance SKAGGS STEAK HOUSE Edwardsvule Road Wood River, Illinois • always Open Sat, and Sun. 4 D.m. Week Days 11:30 a.m. FINE FOODS Besides our Steak Menu we also offer SEA FOOD SPECIAL •raited Red Snapper a la Creole Rainbow Trout Almodine Lobster a la Creole Shrimp a la New Orleans Staffed Broiled Rounder Stuffed Shrimp Dial CL 4-7612 I The fire men are standing at the almost completed manhole for the new sewer for Rock and Atkinson streets. The sewer was constructed by volunteer workers from three unions, and will be maintained by the city. From left are: Dennis Chester, business representative of the Bricklayers Union, Local 8; City Manager Graham W. Watt, Ernest Webb, business representative for Labor Local 218; Dave Wilson, a resident of Rock street, who helped in the construction; and James Sauls, a member of the labor union. Paul McCormick, business representative for the Pipefitters Local 553, was absent when the picture was taken.— Staff Photo. Jennie Benecke Circle to Meet , 1508 Seminary St. A book review will be given by Mrs. C. H. Carlton. Jennie Benecke circle of Main DURROW. Eire — Fanners Street Methodist Church will'hereabout are looking for a Pied meet Monday..7:30 p.m.. at the Piper following an invasion of home of Mrs. Marshall Selkirk,!rats attributed to wet weather. Cheerleaders at Memorial Alton Named in I12.5W Suit EDWARDSVTLLB— A $12,8*1 damage suit for alleged pit* tonal hijury a* the mult of a {MI on a sidewalk wti flMtf agafnit the City of Alton in cfr- cult court Friday. Plaintiff is Florence f, fiiottenftt whom addrero wii given M 4*M Alby SI Road. Godfrey, It it averred that she suffered personal injuries frofn tripping and falling on the, west sidewalk of Plasa street in Alton, in the 300 block, where, she charges, the sidewalk was "negligently permitted to become and remain In a broken and unsafe condition. Also filed In circuit court Friday was a dramshop suit total- Ing $20.090.78 against Norma Ford, owner of Norma's Tavern In Granite City, and against Harry Branhop, Josephine Giovando and Louis E. Giovando, doing busines as Alibi Lounge, 9401 Collinsville road. Plaintiffs are Lloyd C. Luebbe, Mary Rustey and Henry Proctor Crow. It Is alleged that the defendants sold alcoholic liquors to Marvin Roe, later involved in an Automobile accident with the cars of Luebbe and Crow. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE— One area resident was admitted Friday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and one patient was discharged. Mrs. Ruth Hansel, 511 Hillsboro. was admitted. James Moore, 516 Water, was discharged. Lions Club Meets At White Hall j WHITE HALL — White Hall | Lions Club evening at American Legion Home on South Main street. Following a ham dinner, I Julian Hutchens presented Pru- of Wtd. Alton tflf ft fleltOB! **»* touted from tht iwrati iprttif CHECKING REfVRNS Allen W. Tfte, left, new Wood River Township tax collector, and Robert Zltt, new assessor, all shown checking returns of Tuesday's election. Tite won over Incumbent Lavter D. Humphrey and Zltt defeated Russell Snaiui. They will take office on Jannary 1.—Staff Photo. Macoupin Youth Plans Panel on Love-Marriage CARLINV1LLE — Macoupin County Rural Youth organization will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Farm Bureau • Building in Carlinville. The program will be| H panel discussion on "love and! narriage." j All single persons between the ages of 18 and 28 have been invited to be guests of the organization at this meeting. Sheila Rice is president of the group. Refreshments and recreation will follow the discussion. T. B. Association SW Dean Is Felloivship CARLINVILLE The annual dinner meeting of the Macoupin Dr. Milton B. Byrd, associate dean of Southern Illinois University's Southwestern Illinois Cam* pus, has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship in college administration at the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Michigan. The fellowship, announced to- County Tuberculosis Association | day by SIU President D. W. met Wednesday < will . be held Wednesday evening, Morris, applies to the academic April 19, at the American Legion year 1961^2. Home in Benld. Dr. R. H. Runde, medical rector of the Peoria County Tudy Berlins, who introduced j berculosis Sanatorium, will show 'Mary Adkins. Becky Chumley! slidcs **ten durin S his tour of :and Marilyn Lemon. The girls! j entertained with several vocal iof | selections. | : WHITE HALL—Mr. and Mrs. Russia and his impressions country. Cancer Crusade CARLINVILLE — A kick-off Italian Style Ravioli or Spaghetti Dinner WOOD RIVER ITALIAN LODGE ' 206 West Ferguson—Wood River April 9,1961 - 12 Noon lo 7 P.M. Donation: $1.00 includes Coffee High Elected C ; Paul Fuller and daughter, Gail, meeting for the Cancer Crusade BETHALTO — Varsity and vvilj move to their new home in Jin Macoupin County was held Fri- Rosewood Heights this week I day night in the assembly room junior cheerleaders were elect- end. ; ed Thursday by students of Civ- jic Memorial High School. Two! j girls from each class were se-!£° y . , y jiected. Seniors were: Ellen! Chemica l co f? Ellspermann and Lynn Ann „„„__, TIATT y, „ stot j er ! WHITE HALL—Pro-Tern ;oi Carlinville Area Hospital. Mineral Springs Hotel SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL Baked Half Spring Chicken with Dressing and Choice of Vegetable and Salad, Coffee, Tea or Milk Serving from 11:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 1 Juniors were: litz and Kay Smith. Substitute for the varsity cheerleaders is Theresa Biesk. a junior. On the junior varsity cheerleading squad, Cindy Donaldson and Jeanne Henkhaus were elected from the sophomore class. Substitute is Yvonne Jenkins. ! WHITE , ficers' Night Of- will be observed Mr. and Mrs. Fuller are em-[ The meeting was in connection Olin Matheisonjwith the quarterly board meeting of the Cancer Society, with Mrs. Chester McCleHan, Carlinville, chapter chairman, presiding. Mrs. Irma Hays, field representative of Springfield, was present and material was distributed to the crusade workers throughout the county. Denby R. Boring, Carlinville, is again heading the county crusade. Plalnview Birth CARLINVILLE — Mr. Tuesday. April 11, at a meeting of Guiding Star Chapter O.E.S. Officers for the evening will be Ruby Ring. Ralph Thomas, Florence Hubbard, Harold Culbertson, Clara Collins, Mildred Culbertson, Thelma Roe, Mil- and dred Thomas, Myrtle Otey, __ . , . , .Florence Ridings, Ella Smith, ed^ S mTw^r e ?rS?n 8 Tr U i Helen W& ^ S ' Lora Stran *'i Mrs. Benjamin Gillen, Ptateview, l fl ^u tlle ,^l' r _ Trim P e l U _ n : Mary Surbeck. Mary Living- are parents of a daughter born Lee Friday afternoon at Carlinville Area Hospital. The mother is the ior stone, Mary Ellen Cook, Ash and Bonna Adkins. Mildred Roodhouse will f TRIO CAFE LELA RUSHING, Owner 136 CENTRAL • IETHALTO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY SPECIAL April 9 -CHICKEN and DRESSING or FRIED CHICKEN tf ^ <« Including DESSERT and DRINK * ^ «*" Open Dally 7 AJVL to 8 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY We Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beet 1/4-LB. HAMBURGER . . 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES Fiddler With French Fries 40c Regular Size Hamburger 29c Cbeebeburger 25c Ocean Catfiib (sandwich 23c Hoot Beer on tap |0c Southern Style Bar-B-Q Sondwicnes 34c Coney Island Me 31 Shrimp* In Batket For Servict, Quality, Prlet RIVERSIDE DRIUE-in Located at Riverfront Park—Alton Every Sunday Noon to 7:30p.m. SfEOIAL! ADULTS '1.75 Children: (under 18) $1 .25 ALL YOU CAN EAT! SKAGGS' CAFETERIA ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER, ALTON, ILL High School are Darlene Rickman and Marie Zakrzewski. Church Campaign BETHALTO - The Assembly j guest of honor. of God Church is in the second) week of a "Loyalty Campaign" in the Sunday School that will continue through Pentecost Sunday. Sunday the program will be conducted by Mr. and Mrs. John Flack and will include a skit. be Uranium for the first atomic bomb was mined in the State of Colorado. former Miss Alice Mae Chasteen. Lodge Women Meet 4t Bunker Hill BUNKER HILIv^-The Bunker Mid-Town Dining Room 7rh w4 CMtrol, Alton, III. Our Menus Include the Best in Skri»t Sptfbftti We Raviili SandwitbM SIWaodCDOlH Tony and Edith Venlimiglia INVITE YOU TO Tony's 312 Plata St. ( Downtown Alton ) Now Featuring The Flnttt • CHARCOAL STEAKS • CHOPS • SANDWICHES FILET MIGNON, 16 oz. .............. 3.50 PORTERHOUSE, 20 ox ................. 3.50 STRIP SIRLOIN, 16 ox ............... ,3,75 Spaghetti & Meatballs, Meat Sauce .1.25 tutUd, Clioict ul Uremia*, Bread mid But tor DELICIOUS CHICKEN DINNERS i FRIED CHICKEN ........... 1.75 i FRIED CHICKEN ....... .. 1.25 Featured Hoad»> uud f>>id»y U veiling*. We believe you «nd youri will enjoy one of our delicious dinner*. Hours Monday thru Tkunday 4 F. if- to t A. • Friday and Saturday t P.M. to 2 A.M. • Suuday 2 P.M. to 1 A.M. Vuuut Mu»i*>— «>uudaj Uuu TburMlay, V IMU. tu Five Uncoiitested Divorces Granted EDWARDSVILL- Five untested divorce decrees were granted Friday in Circuit Court. On grounds of cruelty, divorces granted were: Judy Faye Jacoby from Glen Bert Jacoby, custody of one child awarded to the plaintiff; Betty Jean Williams from Robert Dale Williams, with the plaintiff's maiden name of Bueschel restored; Sharon K. Corner from Bob J. Gomer, with the Plaintiff's maiden name of Sheff restored; and Betty Ann Warren from Arthur L. Warren, custody of two children awarded to the defendant of tre four children involved. Divorced on grounds of de-i sertion was Sylvia Varble from j Hill Chapter of the Order of the [ Eastern Star met this weekj i at Masonir Temple. Miss Bar- jhara Klinefelter. worthy ma: tron. presided and named the (following committees: Vlsitiner committee for April. Mrs. Clella Hilvard and Mrs, Amanda Rose; refreshment committee for April 18, Mrs. Jennie Griebel and Mrs. Marie Heyen. Mrs. Edna Bauer was "Guest of Honor" for the evening. At the close of the meetlner refreshments were served in the dining room by Mrs. Robert Klinefelter and Miss Barbara Klinefelter. The next meeting will be April 18. How Named ~The name Trinity was given to the first successful atomic bomb explosion of July 16, 1945, on the New Mexico desert, from the name of an unpopulated railroad switching point near the spot. ROME — An Italian air line has launched all-cargo plane shipments to and from New York. Tripoli and Beirut-Teheran, LONDON — Ray Du-Val drummed 100 hours without stopping to claim a world record in this form of musical activity. iVf: THIATPI Phone CL 4-5152 No Parking Problem!! at Roxana Fri., Sat., Mon. Continuous From ^ P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. TONITE-SUN.-MON. John Wayne Stewart Granger ' Fabian—Capucine "NORTH TO ALASKA" Color—Cinenuwcope Tonlte—Mon. 8:57 Son. 1:00—4:8»—8:58 Eddie Constantino Pier Angeli Richard Attcnborough "S.O.S. PACIFIC" Tonlte and Mon. 7:20 Sun. 3:27—7:26 SEI.EC 1ED SHORTS Perry Dee Varble, custody of one child awarded to the plaintiff. STMLIGHT 3 IOUTI i4a COUMI AVI. Tonite Thru fH^ Tu ««' OPF.NV TONITE AT FIRST RUN SHOWING CH1LDHKN UNDKB 13 NOT ADMITTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BV PARENTS GableMolroelClift mtteJotartetonofodurtiffl HELD OVER! 2nd WEEK Matinee Sunday 12:30—Op«n Monday 6:30 RAND IT'S A COMEDY... A MYSTERY.. A ROMANCE ond Delightfully Different I Today & Sun. ttS0, 3:35. 5:35, 7:33, 8;35. Mon. 7:39, 8:S5 Eitrt! Walt Oltnty's "Myttirlit tf thi Ottp" ADDID—iuai lunny "A Wlton's Tanqltd Hart" ORAND-NIXT "THE HOODLUM PRIEST the Misfits 3 FEATURES TONITE LATK OWL TWP CAHTOOMi CHILORIN mi PUYMOUNO J.^S^SfliM- ry-«o-Rouod. Swing*. SU4»s. SHCIAl TWUJTIIIATINU SUN. "KAITOON KAINIVAl" Bu* OfAw OfkNM *t •«!. maw *»4rt» §| I m TODAY & SUN.r; MattaM8uR,12 THOSE SPRINQ VAOATIONS! RINCESS tttro Attending were: 0. 0, principal, W. Dean Taylor, director of guidance and wun«ej. Hit; John Bruno and Lloyd Cart, Ptirpots of the conference was to teek ways to bridge the gap between high school and college. PTA to Spotttor Hum, Bean Supper Lincoln School Parent-Teachers Assn. It sponsoring a ham and bean supper Tuesday, April 11. It will be served family style from 5 to 7:30 p.m. according to Mrs. William Bler- baum, chairman of the event. Following the supper an open house will be held. The Rev. Grafton Thomas, PTA president, will be In charge. Peach Blossoms Dot Southern Illinois CARBONDALE, HI. > (AP) — Splashes of pink dot Southern Illinois today as thousands of peach trees reached full blossom. Observers said thg blossoming >vas delayed this year by unseasonably cold weather. Orchards in the Carbondale area are nearly 75 per cent in Hoom. • Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally i Financed by the Carnegie di- Foundation, the program annually provides the opportunity for American university educators to spend a full academic year at the Michigan Center at Ann Arbor to explore In depth some of the problems of higher education. The program was in-| itiated in 1958. Southern Illinois University President Morris said he would request a leave of absence for Dean Byrd from the university's board of trustees. Open Dally 6:80. Start 7 p.m. Adults 50o—Kiddies 25c Matinee Sat. and Son. SAT, EVENING SUN., MON., TUES. DORIS / B DAY/HARRISON, A (OSS HUNTEfUftWII PROOUCTIOK Sat. at 5:06, 8:55 p.m. Sun., 2:30, 5#6, 9:06 Sat. at 7:30 p.m. Sun., 1:00, 4:18, 7:36 CAPRI HOST LOUIS DO <" i .; ; 11 FORMERLY ALT-WOOD D.I. Ooen 6;M <— Start 7:00 —— LAST NIGHT! — Deborah Kerr. R. Mttchum "SUNDOWNERS" Robert Preston, D. tacGulre "DAJKK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS" Bonus Hit! "Cry Tough" STARTS SUNDAY FOR S BIO NIGHTS! Wild fcia bod of • liti^raJnvl FURY! I v WALTER ueeo ***** \ ZIVAROOANN *«"«•**« OPEN «;M «. CTAHT 7>M TONIGHT Thru TUIS.

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