Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 21
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April 20, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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MONDAY, APUtt », 1953 ALTON fcVKrftftO "SoJ An invitation to the Coronation is the same as a command I Just for that 1 won't go even if I do get an invite!" An estimated 52 per cent of the voters In the United States are \vomen. The helicopter is the fastest means of transportation for dis- stances up to 300 miles. Although its speed in the air is 150 miles an hour or less, it saves total time for short haul air trips. It can use small landing areas in town. SUMMER Vacation Suftistions Call or Write, for Details HOLIDAY £ For servations or Literature Write Direct to the Hotel at Excelsior Springs ST. LOUIS POLICE CIRCUS ARENA April 23rd Thru MAY 3rd 6 Matinees Fri., Sat., Sun. Matinees 2 :15— Evenings 8:15 Reserved Seat Orderi cm b* obtained at Faulstich Clear Store — 119 Market, Alton; or the Arena or Arcade BIdg. — St. Louli. Box Seats $1.00 Reserved Seats Gen. Adin. 75* Children L ILDA kJCHROEDER A Complete Travel Service 1925 Edison Ave. IL. 3131 GRANITE CITY ENJOY ELM DAIRY HOMOGENIZED MILK LAST TIME TONITE "ROAD TO BALI" 9:29 'OPERATION SECRET 7:27 TUES, - WED, - THURS, Victor Mature—Patricia Neal Edmund Gwenn "SOMETHING FOR THE BIRDS" 9:13 Richard Basehart--Gene Evans Michael O'Shea "Fixed Bayonets" 7:27 SELECTED SHORTS North Alton OAR MwtlBf The Ladies of-GAR dftsle 137 mil have their regular meeting it S p. m. Tuesday at the meeting room at 1510 East Fourth St. The VFW Post 130S Auxiliary will mark their return to the remodeled Veterans Memorial Center Mylth a special memorial service for the deceased members at 7;30 p. m. Wednesday at the Center on W. Delmar Ave. Members of the families of the deceased have been invited to attend the service also. The regular business session will follow at 8. To Take Part In Parade Girl Scout Troop 91 of McKln- ley School mbt Friday at the school. The girls made plans to take part in I he "Clean-up, Paint- up" Week parade tonight. After the business session the girls worked on their requirements for their World Tre-foil Badge. Church Notps The Missionary Society will meet at 7:30 tonight at the Elm Sfreet Presbyterian Church. The Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Setterlund of the Carrol Iton Presbyterian Church will show colored slides and speak about Presbyterian mission work in Ganado, Ariz. The public is invited to attend the event. The Nursery Mothers Club of the Elm Street church; will meet at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jack Rain on Elm Street. The midweek prayer service will begin at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the North Alftn Baptist Church. The choir rehearsal will follow at 8:30. Committee Meeting Tuesday The Northside Booster Club Athletic Committee will have a short meeting at 6:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Playground Shelterhouse. Roxana Casters to Entertain Guests ROXANA—The North St. Louis Blue Gills«Casting Club will be entertained by the Roxana Casting group at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at the .Community building. This is an annual event and the 'St. Louis group usually sends a large delegation. Tournament casting will be devoted entirely to Juniors with prizes being awarded to top winners for beginners, advanced and girls' divisions. The refreshment committee is composed of Mrs. Eldon Hobson, Mrs. J. G. Cuddy, Miss Melinda Lowe, Miss Donna Highlander, Miss Janet Jacohy, Miss Katy Norvell and Harry Carter. Judith Kroeger Honored ROXANA — Judith Kroeger, daughter of Victor I£roeger, who will celebrate her eleventh birthday next Friday, and was guest of honor at a party last Friday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kroeger, 325 Thomas St. Games were played after Judy opened her gifts. Prizes were won by Joey Hughes, Gayle McLane, Lana Zahrzewski and Natalie Ann Gross. Mrs. Kroeger was assisted in serving by Mrs. Edward Kroeger of Paririetown; Mrs. Joe Wehrman and Mrs. Clarence Kroeger of Foster burg. Goes to Kentucky SOUTH ROXANA—Mrs. James Bienemann has resigned her position at the Federal Building in St. Louis and has joined her husband, Pvt. James Bienemann, at Ft. Knox, Ky. The couple are residing at nearby Elizabethtown, Ky. ( Telegraph Want Ads Click! EYE GLASSES WEAR FLATTERING Eyeglasses dispensed 0n prescription of Dr. Morton • Golden, Optometrist- BARD W« fill eyeglass prescrip* tiont a| your ey« phy OVER 50 STYLES OF FRAMES MOST ANY POWER LENSES Regardless of weakness of eyes SINGLE VISION LENSES for near OK far KRYPTOK BIFOCALS for near AND far Other ultra-smart, ultra* modern eyeuear fashion* at moderately h i g b • r prices. Fa»t, accurate service on repairs to eyeglasses. BARDX! HOME OF WCLUSIVILY EYE GLflSSES SUtt St, NAM I Mil Three A In Moyiir-i At EdivardsHlle fiDWARDSVILLK - A th«* way race for mayor §nd. cetrtesti for clfy clerk, police mt|!ifratt and six aidermanio pests will be decided at the municipal election here Tuesday. The three candidate! In the battle for mayor are Incumbent Mayor William C. Striubt tnd two retiring aldermen, Louis H. Martun? and George L. Moorman 3t, ' Aspirants for the other two contested clty«wlde posts are: City Clerk Edward H. Poos, eppojed for re-election by Robert S. Wayne, and incumbent Police Magistrate Oonnell Hofmeler, opposed by El» mer E. BetaSold. City Treasurer Joseph C. Rotter, seeking re-election, and John W. Hair, aspirant for alderman in the Second Ward, are the only unopposed candidates in Tuesday's balloting. The 20 candidates for six contested aldermanic posts are: Alderman, First Ward — Wilbur S. Schwager, Paul H. Werner and' Steve Szegedy. Alderman, Third Ward — Rudolph W. Donbrow, George E. Blume and Paul H. Ohm. Alderman, Fourth Ward (4-year term) — Barney Hans, Charles G. Stahihut (incumbent) and Marvin B. Baird. Alderman, Fourth Ward (2-year unexpired term) — Ben Bange, Charles Caulk. Charles W. Blumberg, George W. Handlon and Robert Dustman. Alderman, Fifth Ward (4-year term) — C. C. Coroniotis, Stanley Kyro, Henry B. Johnson and Louis Bouillon. Alderman, Fifth Ward (2-year unexpired term) — James McGowen and Orville Marti. British Guiana is the only English^ peaking country in South America. ' i Tonight at 8:50 P.M. Cornel Wilde-Karl Maiden "OPERATION SECRET" Tonight at 7:20 P.M. Judy Canovs In i "THE WAC FROM WALLA WALLA" Short Subjects 7:00 TUES. and WED. •m STMR CUNTS KMYSTWUT Shown at 7:00—9:40 P. M. SHE'LL GIVE YOU A HARD Blonde and beautiful— with larceny la j every am! Girl Shown at 8:17 P. M. STATI — TONITE — JUDY HOLLIOAY IN "The Marrying Kind" BIXG CROSBY ROB HOI'R DOKOTHY LA.MOtB "ROAD TO BALI" CARTOON NEWS TUESDAY - IE LOVE STORY THE BIUMM'DOILAI SEMET! to-G-M ABOVE /VNO BEYOND 4 Seek Mayors Port at Roxana ROXANA -i Local resident* will to to Hit polls Tuesday to elect i ntdyWt two trustees of the board, a eWrf* ind • police magistrate. The polling place will be at tfte fire department and will be open from fl a. m. to 5 p. m. Residents will also vote wither or net to deed the recreation park grounds to the recreation board. Those In the race for mayor are incumbent Charles Welch, Roy Armes, C. D. Donham and Henry Castleberry. Those running for trustees are Incumbents Kenneth Nail and Preston Bledsoe, George Hughes, Roy Fraser, W. Dan Bost and Jesse Dlckerson. Ira Killam is seeking re-election as village clerk and incumbent William I. Shattuck, Calvin Thomas and Homer Morris are on the ticket for police magistrate. The United States consumes 20 per cent of the manganese, 45 per cent of the tin, and 50 per cent of the nickel produced in the world annually. PARKING m RRAR OF TtftATBB Continuous ttt 111 o NCR SHI I Mtrtfn Htyerftft, Manager LAST TIMES TONIGHT Dana Andmvi.-Marta Toretl "ASSIGNMENT PARIS" 7:00 10:12 Binff 'Dorothy Bob Crosby Lantour Hope "ROAD TO BALI" TUES, • WED. - THURS. tin nun • nun MTWWM uwumm MM 18 Decreei Granted By Ju bl tu I f drunkenness wis the frounds for three of the 13 tmeontesttd divorces granted Friday in Circuit Court by Judge Edward F. Sareis. Divorces obtained on proof of habitual drunkenness were: Lula Usery, from Kenneth Usery, with the plaintiff awarded custody of four children; Elma D. Root, from Clinton E. Root, and custody of a child awarded to th« plaintiff; Fern Lorraine Oshome of Maryvllle, from Lee Elbert Osborne, with the plaintiffs maiden name of Heller restored. Six divorces granted on grounds of desertion were: Louis F. Zartn* ALT WOOD UTDOOR THEATRE 3D newer than TV! 71(4 Old St. tonls Road Between Rast Alton and Wood Hirer flWn (Htd custody of two children awsrd* td to tht plaintiff; Lucine Frtnfc- lin, from Forrest rrtnklin, and the plaintiffs maiden name of Katcha* duroff restored; France* Fowfrr, from Troy C. Fowler; Lowell C, Submits, from 0. Louise fiubtnta; Edna M. spring, from Winiam Raymond Spring, with the plain* tiff to retain custody of two chil* dren; Jefferson Sneed, from Either Sneed. The other four divorces, obtained on grounds of cruelty, wire: Janet Justice, from James H. Justice, wflfc wttfi thf fiffi MsBlund •peed of &'•• i goff ban it how, Open at fl:lfi—Show nt 7:00 * SH01VS NIGHTLY ftnln or Clear ENDS TONIGHT REDSKE1TOM JANE GREEK JIM CONSlOtNB Plus 3 COLOR CARTOONS TUES. - WED, - THURS. DOUBLE FEATURE SHOW — „ HIT NO. 1 A NEW HIGH IN SUSPENSE MELODRAMA! jo™ CRAWFORD Sudden Fear! HIT NO. 2 TV TOP COMEDIENNE IN A TOP LAUGH SHOW I A+ok •BWANA DEVIL 1 Related thro United ArtiMi COMING FRIDAY! GRAND Plus Gala Array Featurettei Children Free With Adults! Bint, TONITE - TUES. Bob Hope-jDorothy l^imour "ROAD TO BALI" Technicolor shown at 8:50 Cornel Wilde-Phyllis Tnaxter "OPERATION SECRET" Shown at 7:10 WHERE THE BIG PICTURES PLAY Rout* 1O Av*. Alton, HI CARTOON NOW, LAST TIMES l.oretU Vouug "BECAUSE OF YOU" Shown at 7:34 0:43 Jeff (handler TUESDAY WED. i THURS. Showo l:3i 9:39 9m and CHIEF PONY & AUTO IIDiS laiMS STEWART lanetUISH Robert RYAN Ralph MEEKER PIUS 2 CARTOONS FREE »• UAfT TIMES TODAY Afon" LADD Cerinnt CALVET Charlti BOYER Shewn ftitt - Stiff M 1tW PLUS - COLOR CARTOOlf - Matinees Dally HUB STARTS TUESDAY SHE'S THB aim. WHO WALKS IN THEIR SLHPi No.tteywvwhad it so good—those «ijht jrwt guys wto bwfed, brawtaJ, and bellylwghed their iUr«pfflg1«d way to victory by d«r-*nd dated* drumtat by night! COLOMlIt PICTUtES prtsints i mmnmm Production of p\oY «°*, tar MM • UrtteFw • IN Mm • Uri ftf Ndi OHM • JMM Sriffift • M Mon • Bny m* wi tbrf Cuft.ta. H«I, NMtr KMI.u<w tatf iMtoMn te < Mr • iwili Mm-DM •! Shown 1:28 ~ 8:38 — 5:80 — 7:85 — 9 PLUS I Selected Shorts • News Open 6:30 TONIGHT • TUESDAY WOODRIVER • • —..__.- —-- Matinees Daily l«:4« TODAY • TUESDAY PRINCESS JtH CHANDLER ScaM BRADY

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