Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1953 · Page 13
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April 21, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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TUBIDAY, APRIL 21,1753 ••^•••••••••••HH CARMIVAL ALTON BV&N1NQ TBLIORAPH "Oh, that I The previous owner had a short wife I" Bethalto Couple Married 40 Years Neimabers Observe Date Sunday At Open House BETHALTO—Mr. and Mrs. John Neunaber were honored Sunday afternoon at their home in celebration of their 40th wedding anniversary. Approximately 260 guests attended the open-house gathering and were served refreshments of ice cream, cake and punch. Decorations were red in color to match the 40th wedding jewel, which is the ruby. Supper was served to close relatives at' Zion Lutheran Church, after which open house was held again from 7-10 p.m. at the Neunaber residence. The couple was married in the Zion Lutheran Church in Bethalto by the late Rev. P. N. Fedderson on April 20, 1913. The bride was the former Miss Tillie Klopmeier. The Neunabers have four children. Miss Dorothy Neunaber and Calvin Neunaber reside in Bethalto; Harold Neunaber makes his home in Wilsonville; and the other daughter, Mrs. Josephine Neal, lives in Rock Hill, Mo. To Entertain Senior Girls BETHALTO—Senior high school girls have been invited to a program to be given for them by the Bethalto Woman's Club tonight at the Methodist Church. Mrs. James Bedman of Decatur will speak on "Youth Guidance". The girls will present a musical program. Attend 50th Anniversary BETHALTO — Several persons from 'the Bethalto \ area were ST. LOUIS POLICE CIRCUS ARENA April 23rd . Thru MAY 3rd i i « Matinees FrI., Sat., Sun. Matinees 2:15--Evenings 8:15 Re««rvtd 8cil Order, can ho »b- Ulned at Paulitloh Clfar Store- Ill) Market, Alton; or the Arena or Arcad. Bid*— St. Louii. Box Seat! Sl.OO Reserved Seats Gen. Adm. 75* Children 5 to 12 4Q4 ambng the 200 guests present at the 50lh wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Isaacs in Mt. Olive Sunday. Dinner was served at noon and open house was held from 1 2-5 p.m. Those present from the Bethalto area were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coatney and son; Mrs. Les Mayberry; Mr. and Mrs. Vallie Brown; and Mrs. Jane Sonricker. Mrs. Isaacs was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Head and was married April 15, 1903. Dedication Committees BETHALTO — Committees have been named to perform duties at the dedication ceremonies of the new Civic Memorial annex May 3. John Mull; Irving Friburg and Kermit Hardin will be in charge of general organization, and platform guesls; Irving .Friburg, organ music; Mark Perrin and the student council, registration and information; Mrs. Lowe and the high school newspaper staff will print the programs and dedication booklet; Miss Peggy Jurand. Bill Davis and the boy's ( shop class are in charge of seating, chairs and ushers; Miss Martha Ebberston, John Pero and the agriculture class will arrange the decorations; the safety patrol will guide automobile parking and the Future Homemakers of America Club will be on duty at the cafeteria. i Albert Powell Rites Conducted at Hardin HARDIN Funeral services for Albert Powell; 56, were conducted at St. Norbert's Church at 9 a.m. Monday. Powell, a life-long resident of Hardin, was found dead in his room early Saturday morning. The funeral was conducted by the Rev. P. J. Muldoon, in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. E. D. Butler, who has been a_patient, in a St. Louis hospital for several days. Burial was in the parish cemetery. Powell is survived by a brother, John, of Alton; two half sisters, Mrs. Clara Wilder of Alton, and Mrs. Harry Plummer of Batchtown, and two half brothers, Milo and Herbert Madison, of Jerseyville. Infant Buried at Hardin ' HARDIN. — Kathy Snelson, two- months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Snels6n of Alton, was buried in Hardin cemetery this afternoon. Funeral services were held in the Hanks Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Frank Cook of Hardin officiating. Hardin Notes HARDIN. ~ Mrs. Cuba Tureman and Miss Mildred Mortland attended a "dinner meeting of Chi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, at White Hall Friday evening. The Rev. Lyle D. Stone visited In Brighton Monday evening. Mayor Fred Webber and wife of Kampsville spent Monday morning in Hardin. Mrs. Minnie Nairn and daughters of Deer Plain were Hardin business visitors Monday. HOAV* Iv«n$ iPoy'ti $M . $24 CASH YOU GET IS Mm. $166.90 291.65 24Mos. $241.09 432.78 Abov* payment! cov*rtv*rylhingl Chargtt W* 3% en unpaid mo. hoi. up la $150. 2% me. on faal. from $150 t« $300, 1% mo. an baL ovor $300 to $500. r (III.-F) Set $500: Rtpoy$27.32 Af«. (2* Month Plan) M»k* • clean sweep of old bills ... pay taxai... reduc* monthly payments with • ftumo/ loan. Phone, writ*, or com* in. loom $23 t« $300. •n Slgnoturt, Fwnlnir*. «r Aut* •*4M*\ FAME FORMER PRESIDENTS of the Wood RiVfer Woman's Club held their annual luncheon at the lYWCA in Alton Friday afternoon. Seated left to right are former presidents Mrs. t. L. Kimmel, Mrs. E, B. Cillis, Mrs. W. F. Stevens arid Mrs. Robert Lane.—Staff photo. At Bethalto Wednesday Unit 8 Committee Will Make Report on 'Union Bargaining 9 BETHALTO — A citizens advisory committee appointed by the Unit 8 Board of Education will present a recommendation to the board Wednesday on a question of the custodians affiliation with the American Federation of Labor. The subject was brought before the board by Kenton Christopher, special representative for the Illinois State Employes Council of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employes in March. The committee was appointed following Christopher's first appearance to consider the problem — "should the Bethalto Community District 8 schools recognize and bargain with the AFL." The board of ^ducation had requested the committee to study the matter and make a recommendation. It was felt by board members that local, tax-paying citizens were not .consulted often enough in regards to school policies which would affect their children. Many progressive schools, it was pointed out, have organized such citizen's committees to assist the board of education, the school administrative staff and the teachers study matters concerning tjie school's welfare. Mrs. Evelyn Oettel was appointed president of the committee at the first meeting and has presided over two following meetings called by the group. Christopher has appeared before the committee to state his case and was asked questions by several members on the affect and benefits which would result from the affiliation of the custodians. Those on the committee and the schools they represent are: Frank Duiguid, Leonard Daniels, Earl Kutter, Mrs. Evelyn Oettel, Oscar Wesley, Roland Klopmeier and Earl Gruenfelder, Cottage Hills; John Romans and Harry Reneau, Gulp; John Mull, Hilbert Plegge, George Flack, ,Joe Kessler, Harold Prange, George Neumann, Orville Prehn, Walter Zimmermann and Harold Alhers, Bethalto, and T. A. Wilson and Bill Harvill, Meadowbrook. Jum-Joln-Us To Meet BETHALTO — Mrs. Mattle Clark will present the devotions to members of the Kum-Join-Us class of the Methodist Church at their meeting Wednesday at 7:30 TONITE - WED, - THURS, Victor Mature—Patricia Neal Edmund Gwenn "SOMETHING FOR THE BIROS" 9:13 Richard Basehart—Gene Evans Michael O'Shea "Fixed Bayonets" 7:87 SELECTED SHORTS p. m. The roll rail will he "Your Favorite Motto". Mrs. .Tody McCalley, Mrs. Louise Tuetken, Mrs. Violet Van Meter, Mrs. Cmco Calhorall and Mrs. Ola Whittaker will be hostesses at the meet. theny's sister, Mrs. Ruth Sehwal- lensteeker and brother, Elwood Matheny. Paul Coonrod Is spending this week at Ctranite City with rela- fives, Mf. nnd Mrs. Walter Benner and son of .taeksnfivllle wpre dinner guests Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James ftnnner. In the afternoon the Rttmp visited at Nutwood with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benner of Alton at their summer resort. Mr. and Mrs. James Herron of Plesant Hill ,spent the weekend here with Mrs. Horron'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coonrod. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Osterman and children-of Hamburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and daughters of Bellvlew were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ctletin Jones. The event honored the birthday of Mr. Jones, Weekend guests of the D o n a I d Bryant family and Mrs. Sam Hendrickson were Mr. and Mrs. Eldred COttRESPONDENCK By RUTH 8CHWALLEN8TECKER ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Charles King visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Evans of Mt. Gilead community. Cpl. Olin Shuler, a member of the Illinois National Guard, stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., arrived home Sunday to spend a 20- day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Shuler. Robert Myers of Granite City was a guest Sunday of Donald Martin. Mrs. Jessie Greene and son, Harold, of Greenfield were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Whiteside. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose of Hillview were entertained Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holford. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matheny of Indianapolis, Ind'., and daughter the Rev. Beulah Russell of Granite City, spent Monday with Mr. Ma- INANCt CO 2nd W. • (Ovtr Wly Ann Shop) 301 BELLE ST., ALTON Htoiwt M2B • John C. OtiMkI, YES MAHinr OKN 5ATUIDAY5 t WEDNESDAYS UNTIl 1 Ml U r»Ui»ij «l til wtmUm Iran Bob Hope-Dorothy Lamour "ROAD TO BALI" Technicolor, Shown at 8:30 Cornel Wilde-Phyllis Thaxter "OPERATION SECRET" Shown at 7:10 STATE TONITE THURS. - THE LOVE STORY BEHIND THE BILLION-DOLLAR SECRET! M-G-M ABOVE AND BEYOND Starring ROBERT TAYLOR and » ELEANOR PARKKR Shown at 8:45 —AND— THERFSNO LOVE LIKE LOVE IN 3D! ' BWANA DEVIL 1 Released thru United Artist* COMING FRIDAY GRAND Mendrlckioft of Qftnltf City, Sunday tfw gtfltip visited at Weed Rivtr with the Howard Hem!* rickson family. Mrs. Sam Hemf- rfckson returned horn*; with, her son, Clarence, to spent! a few days. Rend Telegraph Want Ads. Seiwwtti are efwcMnf SO»Cflireu Jftt Stt'MffIX Of 8I abov§ the sHrth which ttvPn arotinrt f M WOfht ffOttl *6tf f » post in Both thB ftorthWfl MM southern hentifpnffm Mt tM ntv of 250 to &0 mitet in hew. TONIOHT and WED. Shown At 7:00—9:40 P. M, Blond* and beautiful- with larceny to every curve! Girl Shown at 8:J7 P. M. 2 Shows Nightly Open 6:15 Show 7 P. M. Rain Or Cleat' WED. - THURS. Outstanding Double Feature Show — HIT NO. i • A Thrilling New High in Suspense, Melodrama and Terror! Shown at 7:15 —rLus- CARTOON SPECIAL! "Travels in Italy" —Short OPENING SUNDAY, APRIL 26th - 9 EVENTS !•« RACI. SiSO, C.D.T. Adtittf $1.25, T»* Included ALTON SPEEDWAY, Inc. IMUtMtttii *f Gatitoy it ****« III «M! & laiiftMtiM • TIME TRIALS, 7;50, C.D.T, CMUrtii 6 to 12 Vtart of Age Me PARKING IN RKAR OV THEATER Continuoui 7 to n p. m. >* 6:43 p. m. Martin Haycraft, Manager TONIGHT • WED, • THURS, Shown at 0:15 -NOTICEI Dim to length of these two features only one complete show will be presented nightly. HIT No. 2 TV Top Comedienne in An AM-Out Laff Hit About the Gal Who Hails from Missouri! PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES * FREE UmJiT JS and (A US PLAYGROUND for Kiddie* tMff,tr c RAND TODAY • WEDNESDAY • TfflffiHWY EIGHT BATTLING YANKS WITH BUT A SINGLE DREAM Bonar Coltwno Arthur Prom • l«* Marvin T Richard Kilty « Njck Dennl*' _ Dick Moor* • Borney Phillips • Mary Coirte Shown 1:25 8:25 8:30 7:35 0:40 PLUS I Selected Shortt • Newf .LAST TIMES TODAY. if JEFF CHANDLER if SUSAN BALL "YANKEE BUCANEER" Shown 4:80 7:00 0:40 P | if REX ALLEN I I if ESTELITA U 'SOUTH PACIFIC TRAIL' S. I Shown 8i80 6:00 8:85 WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY See Gloria Graname! Best Supporting Actress—in her Academy Award' Winning Role. PLUS — SUSPENSE! Shown 2:20 ROMANCE! 5:40 9:00 DANCER! Shown 1:00 4:25 7:45 WHERE THE BIG PICTURES PLAY Route 140 College Ave, Alton, III, TONIGHT"" ' Uhowu 7:34 tt:3tt THURS, Raw and action thriller I lamsSTEWUT Robert RYAN Ralph MEEKER L\ Millard Mitchell PLUS 2 CARTOONS ^•••••••^" FREE I FIIE CHIEF RIDES PONY & AUTO 1101$ II KIDDIES FREE LAST TIMES TONIGHT. if Jamcg STEWART if Ilex REASON if Janet LEIGH if Diana DOUGLAS "The Naked Spur" "Storm Over Tibet" Technicolor. Shown 9:11 Only Shown 7:35 Only. OPEN 6:30, FUN FILLED DAYS! Wednesday • Thursday • Friday • Saturday ~ THOSE MADCAP FUNNYBONERS ARE SETTIN' NEW LAFF RECORDS! PMN B* mm ~*mef "1'ii with EDPIE MAYEHOFF • POLLY BERGEN • MARION MARSHAU PLUS Shown 9:00 1'. M. Only. With Torn NEAL Pamela BLAKE Uck HOI Shown 7:Jt l*Uy

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