Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1961 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 15, 1961
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Dr. Ddwnard Heads Board In Unit 10 A. BownarH «a* elerttd pretl- dwt, and Mrs. Robert Ford, secretary. They succeed Clyde Land and Busfl Price who were not omdMates IW reflection last Saturday. Other nwnbers of the board are: Tom Bnllard, Bitty Pem! brook. James Nash, and two new 1 members. Francis Stecke! and ' ^ Bwwr p,,^ offlcen flf EdWSMkm of Unit School Dis-j GREENFIELD ~ Past worthy triet W Thursday right. Dr. J. ! matrons and worthy patrons ot the - At a mtartten meeting of the Board Mrs. Finire Doyle Heads Greenfield Club Women WELL KNOWN FOR PIZZA TONY'S (Downtown Alton) 311 NASA ST. HOW SMVWG THE FINEST CHARCOAL STEAKS and CHOPS Monday Him Thnrnday 4 P.M. t* 1 A.M. Friday Mid Saturday 5 P.M. h> 8 AM. Sunday * P.M. to 1 A.M. PIMM Mmtlr—Sunday thru Thursday, 8 pan. to U Midnight GREENFIELD - Mrs. Flntee Doylr has been elected president of IhP Woman's Club tor 19B1-*S Others elected were: Mrs. \V. D. Spencer vicv president; Mr». Henry Longnwyw. secretary: (Mr*. William R. Brown, treasurer, and Mn«. Clyde Cole, publicity chairman. Mrs. Byron Hill Jr. is the retiring president. Mrs. Frank Hodapp is chairman of the luncheon meeting and home U-18; and Janet Mil. hi the band group June J8-&. Eartom Rives and Ronald WhWocK ar e also planning to attend the summer training camp. ir Notes GREENFtELD-The Rev. Clifford Stabetl, a Baptist Missionary in the Congo, will be guest speak- ier at First Baptist Church at the 7 p.m. service Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Stabell have of district schools - - « • nlsb transportation w icd The Woman's Club is ! the following students for summer training sessions at Western Illinois University, Macomb: Carolyn returned to the United States in j speaking in American Baptist ' • ' in the interest of mis- TRIO CAFE UBLA Bt'SfflNO. Owner 13* CINTRAL • KTHALTO, ILLINOIS SUNDAY SPECIAL April 16 - CHICKEN anil DUMPLINGS or FRIED CHICKEN C fti M todadhM DESSERT and DRINK * ^ * 9 Open Daily 7 AJM. to 8 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAT SATURDAY uifiri 1 Brief Notes OnNewBooki At Library The following brief reviews of new. books at Hayner City Li* brary were prepared by « member of the library staff. "the sions. Compiled by J. W. »t*ph«i*m. A complete source book for the garden lover with information showing the locations of the major displays of flowers and plants, botanical gardens, public and private parks, sup. pliers of specialized plants And products not found In general nurseries, flower shows and other horticultural events, and individuals, hooks that Mr». Stecher to Head \ Animal Aid Association institutions and will answer ques- Members of the Builders class jtions concerning problems. of First Baptist Church will meet "Art and ArgyroV by William Schnck. Or. Albert C. Barnes, son of a Civil War vet- Sample, Billy Cole, and Richard L n ^ rry . ln dlnner and regular R ^!ll a ! 1 : i ^ hc . c .^ orUS -? r(Mlp June ! meeting at noon Sunday In the Order of Eastern Star chapter will'home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Can-| t , rnn Corked his way through Ix 1 guests of honor at a meeting jnedy. ! high school and medical school. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Ma- The Rev. Robert Hanvood has-; Lnlel , in Germany> he Invented sonic Hall. A social hour will fol- announced his sermon topic atj Hrgyro , n drug whlcn f oun d its i™v thn nrocrrnm. (the area Methodist Churches Sun- = , th medlc i n e cabinets low the program. L-fL-J. ; d ay will be. "A Living Faith. Larry Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Young and a member of the Rubicon Methodist Church. ,"(wny into the medicine cabinets SUNDAY SPECIAL Fried Chicken Dinner 3 tacts diktat, Mashed 0f rrcncn rned rototoes, 2 Vegetables. Regvlarly $1.35 RICKEY'S BLU-DEL State £ Detimur *i RICKEY'S CAFE OTl E. Broadway POLICE of a generation of Americans and made him a millionaire many times over. However, money alone did not satisfy him THE ARENA has been awarded a certification ^ ^ a(tention to JH.S a lay leader by the Methodist i Conference. He attends Parks Air ! College in East St. Louis. | Boosters to Meet AIRS. STEOHER Mrs. Roland G. Stecher of Brighton as of May 1 will sue- ceed Paul Jones as president of Harold Frickcr Enters Race for Mayor ofMedora MIBDORA — Harold Frleker, a village trattee, ht* entered the race the past few days for president of the vfltag* board as a write-in eandtate. torn Frueh is the otner candidate, whose name appears on the ballot. The election will be Tuesday at the Village Malt. Medora Motes MEDORA—Mrs. Don Rice accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sea. man Schaefer to Springfield Thursday, where they spent the day with Mrs. Myrtle Hyndman. the Alton Area Animal Aid isister of Mrs. Rice. Mrs. Hynd FT A Hears Therapist AtBethaho BmWALTO-M»lc«Im Wen* lir, a oounMloNtwnipJit in tiw summer camp tor handicap?*! cWMwn at Ctfbandate, ww gttett speaker Thtmday evening at a mwtitig of th» PTA at File gymnasium. The group was entertained by & "railroad »Wt" prewntefl by several members 0f Cub Scout Pack 101. Members In the skit were: James and Stephen Bast, Michael Lawton, Thomas Schouten, Gregory Bowman, Joseph Sehoppet and Jerry Melnlnger. they were ac- companed by den mother, Betty Bast, and cubmaster, Alonzo Bowman. Achievement Night BETHALTO — Exhibits and demonstrations representing the work of 450 students In the vocational department of Civic famntt t tt jftawanee Agamy HI £ Street, It wtt mm* Sheary will tm agsoottttd with John MUff. He tt * of the Rotary dub and will bi totalled M prestdent tWi surnnwr . MOD la president of the local Gtembw of Commerce. , The MIMliulMt trttt Jot tributaries inclufing «» MUKWrl, la ranked M the world's Assn. Her election wus announq-j man cd today. Jones has resigned (Dome for a visit. i\nd has announced plans loi The Modernette Club meeting, accompanied her sister Memorial High School will be on move from this area. Mrs. Stecher is originally from St. Louis County seven years ago. She has been active in the animal aid group since art and built up a collection ofju was organized more than t%vo move than a thousand modern; years ago. i French paintings. He delighted! g ne - ls tnc mother of two i scheduled for Monday evening. Noon to 7:30p.m. Sl'EClAL! ADULTS '1.75 , Children: (under 18) SI.25 AJLL YOU CAN BAT! SKAGGS' CAFETERIA ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER, ALTON, ILL. APR. 20 thru 30 NOW Off SALE Eve. 8 P.M. (Sun. 6:30 P.M.) Mat. FrU Sat. & Snn. 2 PM. Buy your- ADVANCE - General Admission ticket NOW — from any ST. LOUIS Police Officer. SZ.M includes 2 adults or 4 children (3-11). Box, Reserved and General Admission Tickets NOW ON SALE Box Seat S1.30, Reserved Seat $1 (Plus General Admission) At Arena & Arcade Bldg. St. Louis Alton — Faulstlch'j Cigar Store. Broadway and Market. Orders Received NOW mm I arranged the program for the April meeting of the .Parents Muisic: Boosters Club at 8 p.m. Monday in the music room of the Junior high building. Mrs. W. D. Spencer is chairman of the hostess committee. Jerseyville Man Gets Tax Post Attorney General William G. Clark Friday announced the appointment of John W. Suddes of J Jerseyville, as a field assistant ifor Jersey County. Field assistants handle inheritance tax and other matters as are referred to them in the counties in which they serve. RubleJ'" controvers y' nnd hls battles j Children and has pursued a '(with celebrities made him many ilobby O f training dogs, particularly German Shepherds. She has three show Shepherds of her own and Is a member of the German Shepherd Dog dub of St. Louis. She has served with enemies. Now. nine years after his spectacular death, the author has sorted fact from fiction and has written an accurate, lively account of one of the of the the club six years and has been one of its officers. j display Tuesday in the annual "Vo c a t i o n a 1 Achievement Night." Principal Forest Ko- burn announced Friday. has been postponed until April The pub i ic is lnvlted to 24, due to illness In the family of the hostess. PTA at Medora Elects Officers MEDORA — Mrs. David Me- Kee Jr., was elected president of the Parent-Teacher Association Thursday at Medora colorful personalities twentieth century. "The Hunter," by TurTabj The AAAAA Is affiliated with I Friedman. The almost unbeltev-ithe American Humane Assn., Mrs. Colonel Healey Sr., vice |able autobiography of the man |which has headquarters in Den- president; Mrs. Ed Tonsor, treasurer; Mrs. Tom Ryder, sec- Grade School. Darrell Eddie- man is retiring president. Other officers elected were: ;who. through tireless and re- jlentless search, succeeded in ver, Colo. One of the major events up-jretary. capturing Adolf Eichmann, mur- coming, said Mrs. Stecher to.j The report of the carnival day, is "Be Kind to Animals committee, which was composed derer of some six million Jews. Written with force and conviction, this book is a timely Week," May 7 to May 13, when the 5A's will have "tag days" of Mrs. Leroy Gaffney, Mrs. I Leo Scott and Mrs. Leo Burns, reminder that the world is notion Friday and Saturday, May (showed $183.05 was cleared at yet free from the diseased! 11-12. minds and the evil influence ofi By a g reemenl with tne eve nt. city! Darrell Molen's sixth grade N ' azis - of Alton, the 5A's are respon-iroom won the attendance ban- "Colour in Vour Camera," by! slble for anima , contro , in ^ner. IRENE'S PIZZA KITCHEN The section of Alton known asJGosta Skoglund. A book for be- out byiginners as well as for more ad- jvanced photographers. The first 15 pages deal with technical j fundamentals and are especial- Hunterstown was laid Major Charles Hunter. FREE DELIVERY Having a Party or just an Evening Snack — Call us for our pronipt, courteous service. FREE DELIVERY in Kast Alton. Wood River, Roxana, Rosewood Heights, Milton District, Upper Alton. HOURS: 5 pan. to 1 a.m. Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri. 1 p.m. to I a.m. Sat. and Sun. Closed Tuesday. CALL CL 4-44A4 Thank You. area, including activities that Airs. Rosie Kallal and Mrs. reduce the danger of rabies, Nelle Carrico of Jerseyville eliminates strays where neces-j showed pictures of their trip sary, locate homes for unwant-jin Europe last summer. ed provide humane] c i assrooma w h e re the exhibits win be displayed from 7 to 9 p.m., Koburn said. Men's Federation BETHALTO—The local Methodist Church will be host Monday to the area Men's Bible Class and Federation. Bill Weston of St. Louis Will be guest speaker and School District 8 Music Director; Ernest Opp will also be on the program. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Phone CL 4-MW No Parking Problem* M Rotttt PH., Sat., Mon. Oontiimetli from 1 PJM. Sun. Continuous from 1 PJn. TOHITE - SUM, - M0«. Sophia. Loren, MmnHo* Chevalier, J«hn GiMa "I Iriith •( Soilrtil" Color Tonlte and Mon. 9m San. i:004fiU-fttM Rex Reason, Nan Leslie "THE MIRACLE OF THE HILLS" Tonlte and Mon. 8:09 Sun. 3:58-8:09 Grant Williams, Carole Mathew* "I3FIQHTIMMEN" Tonlte and Mon. 7tOO Sun. 2:49-7:00 Selected Shorts OPEN AT 8:80 CAPRI D R I V fc I M ii LAST Elvis Presley i "Flaming Star" f START AT 7:00 formerly ALT-WOOD DRIVEMN nME TONIGHT! "Whawd of I "Hounds of the Baghdad" ) " { STARTS SUNDAY 8AMM* OAVWtJRi OCEANS 11 HATOMSI, ROBERT RYAN CAROLYN JONES RICHARD BURTON I every mistae mistake 250 colour illustrations by; nant cats and dogg and care ; Sodety met Thursday after . and feeding of all animals. i n oon at the home of Mrs. Bess everv nu Sl a K e that could bei-^^f ^J° d ^^J^!^ rter - Seven members answer made-so as to save from mak- LZat on C d^/o™ ^ C n i ed ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ education for dog owners gen- tne scr i p ture and Mrs. erally, especially those who own I ing any. ! "Truth and Opinion," by C. V. jWedgewood. A collection of es- Isays that deal with the author's \-iews on history, the art of Edith conducted a Bible quiz. females, to keep them confin-j A get . wel i card was gent ed during periods of heat andj Mrs Ullle Forwood . to prevent dogs from following children to school. She suggests to Home from Hospital -.writing and various other sub- that pTAs of similar MEDORA-Mrs Emma Pat- jects. Miss Wedgewood's mind I ., ..„. __ ._ *,„* „„ ton, who suffered a leg-hip OPEN SUNDAY T.BONE STEAK $ 4 Potatoes and Salad I • TURKEY and DRESSING STEWED CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS Served with Potatoes, Vegetable or Salad and Coffee CALL HO 5-9872 Open 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. Breakfast at 6 A.M. Man}- kinds ot Waffles ICK MIDDLETON, Owner Across From Bridge Entrance We Use Government Inspected Fore Ground Beei 1/4-LB. HAMBURGER . . 30c WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATOES Fiddler With French Fries 40c Regular Size Hamburger -Oc Cheeseburger 2Sc Ocean Catfish Sandwich 23e Root Beer on tap I0c Southern Style Bar-B-Q Sandwiches 35c Coney Island 23c 21 Shrimps In Basket SI. 10 For Service, Quality, Price Visit RIVERSIDE DRIUE-in Located at Riverfront Park—Alton ranges freely over many fields of intellectual accomplishment and in this book disproves the j contention that esay writing is a lost art. Best Sellers of the Week FICTION — Schwartz-Bart, "The Last of the Just;" Michener, "Hawaii;" Lee, "To Kill A Mockingbird;" Greene, "A Burnt-Out Case;" O'Hara, "Sermons and Soda-Water;" Milnei, "Winnie Hie Pu;" DosPassos, "Midcentury;" Maclnnes, "Decision at Delphi." NON-FICTION—Shirer, "The Rise and Fall of the Third 44-Mile North of AIIUII State Hospital on Fo»- ttrburi Buad. WE CATER TO PRIVATE PARTIES < rv X- 1 IHO 2-4620] WE WELCOME CARRY OUT ORDERS OPEN DAILY 6 P,M, SUNDAY. 12 NOON 8RIN6 THI FAMILY OUT TO OINf SKAGGS STEAK HOUSE Edwardsville Rd. — Weed River Week End Special ENTREES: I Bt-fi strrjganoff with buttered Chk-keii Noodle H rc-ncli Onion a 1 1 ),'''•!'i . Hoa»i lea of Spring lamb with Salad mini »auce Baked — iiuishruon) !. AnitTiran Pol Hou. -.I -.sauce .lanlinah t Caesar Salad Choicp oi Two Vegetables Hi&.toli Poiaiot^ fresh Garden Peas SnoutlaUi' Huiaiuf.- Harvard Beets Ue.v>eit, Cotfet' and Kolls at I O'C'lock Saturday and Sunday Hume C'Linton 4-7UI'i ations that care to discuss animals should notify her and, possibly, a demonstration of dog obedience could be arranged. BI(> WHEEL SPINS TRAfiEDV FOR TRIO MELBOURNE, Australia — The giant wheel located in the fair grounds at St. George, Queensland, spun a tragic story wher three chairs broke from its revolving arms. Three young girls fell with thme three chairs. One of them. Janice Saunders, died a few hours later. W nw ^ISP 'lyp Take the Family Out iot DioMt 7th ontf Ctatr«l, Alton They All Low Our Dtllcioui Chicken and Steak Dinners *&jr- Our Minui Shrimp Biviili Spfflltti tlMWiflll PONY RIDES FOR • Private Parties • Picnics, etc. CALL 0, J, "Jury" STUTZ CL 9-8186 Fosterburg Roud Reich;" Amory, "Who break recently, was brought Wednesday to the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. T. Wilton. Vote Count to Be Reported at Night News correspondents in municipalities of Macoupin, Madison, Greene, Jersey and Calhoun counties are urged to call returns of next Tuesday's village and city elections hi to the Telegraph just as soon as they 'are available that night. Killed! Two newsmen will be on duty BEL-AIR DRIVE-IN HWV.66 i I I.) T R 69636 Nominated fee ACADEMY AWARD TONIGHT Thru TUESDAY -B«.t Actreu' Some women never give a name... just a phone number!^ K.O.M wu«<r • ELIZABETH TAYLOR LAURENCE HARVEY EDDIE FISHER , A FAITHLESS WOMAN! 2ND HIT: «» ! • HA GARDNER OBKB06WIK ATOR MOOUCTMM fSE /\NGEL VlfORE REP Bonus Hit! Joel MeCrea "Fort Massacre" Society?" Packard, "The Waste(^^ 7 pjn> Tuesday to take Makers;" Gann, "Fate Is the Hunter;" Moorehead, "The White Nile;" Statler, "Japanese Inn;" Kerr, "The Snake Has All the Lines;" Maxwell, "Ring of Bright "Skyline." Water;" Fowler, the results and write stories. Phone numbers open at the Telegraph that night will be HOward 5-6641, 5-6642 and 5-6643. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT [J If i J I IN . Box Office | Opera at 7:00. Show Starts at 7:45 Clark Gable— Marilyn Monroe "THE MISFITS" LATE OWL SHOW ( BOB HOPE in "PARIS HOLIDAY" KIRK DOUGLAS In "INDIAN FIGHTER" Open Dally 6:80. Start 7 p.m. Adult* 50o—Riddle* 45c Kitt. and Hun. Today and Shown at 6:07, Alan Lurid and Sldiwy Pettier "AH The Young Mtn" Shown at t;38, 7:56 p.m. Abbott ttiut Codtt'llo and Marjorta Main "Tht Wishful Widow of Wagon Sun., Mon., Tuti. I^A OPM Sunday* 19 Neoa. Towi Dining I RUiSIU MSNtt, PNp. JOMIAVi Sun. '4:3«. 5:50, 9:04 patl. Chartroose Caboose- STARTS SUN. for ONE WEEK SIX DIFFERENT PEOPLE in the body of oni incredlbli mini SHCIAL TWIUTI MATINU •UN. "Gtont Itortooa Kwrniv*!" fiu* Ow ftttutor NOW! RAND if,-. 1ST RUN HIT MATINEES TODAY & SUNDAY 12:45—Open Monday 6:80 The most fantastic story the screen has Ever Told And It's True Right Down To Its Last Jolt! FILMED IN ST. LOUIS IHttWHOOO M Today and Sunday Isia Stiff 5(16 tils itlft—Mon. tilft 9)15 IXTRAi SPORTSCOPI "KING OF THI KEYS" COLOR CARTOON "9OODII THI SRBMIIN" TODAY i SUN. PRINCESS 8 Junik Sp+ctackt Of All Tlm.1

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