Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1953 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 22, 1953
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WK5TOIDAY, APRIL 22,19SI ALTO* TlLKOftAPH PAOK ANN 8048 Western CANDIDATES FOR 'MISS ALTON', one of whom will be rwriprl to represent this city in state contest, winner of which will sepk title of "Miss America" at 1 Atlantic City. The "Miss Alton" hrauty pageant, sponsored 'by the junior Chamber of Commerce, will be heH at the Grand Theater, April ?3, at 7 pm., when the winner will be chosen. SHERRY WOLF Montlcello JACKIE STONE 718 Spring. JEANETTE AINSWORTH Montlcello JACKIE DUNBAULD Montieello JO ANN VOSS 23 E. Delmar KATHLEEN POWERS Monticello SUMMER Vacation Suggestions Call or Write for Details HOLIDAY SERVICE a *ILDA kJCHKOEDER A Complete Travel Service 1925 Edison Ave. IL. 3131 GRANITE CITY Constellation airliners have made more than 35,000 Atlantic crossings, London notes. An ingenious machine in Britain now uses rays of light to sort coal, ' Cheltenham reports. Read Telegraph Wants Ads. GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING By Factory-Experienced Watch Repair Men HAND ENGRAVING l!\ -»|)i-( -Kilizi'd Kntjraver SCHOENBORN IEWELERS !•• ^t — Alton. III. ST. LOUIS POLICE CIRCUS ARENA April 23rd Thru MAY 3rd 9 Mnlinpes Fri., Sat., Sun. Matinees 2:16— Evenings 8:15 Reserved Scat Order* run bo obtained at FatiUtlch Cie»r Store— ll» Market, Alton; or the Arena or Arcade Bldf. — St. Louli. BOY Seats $1.00 Reserved Seats 80 Gen. Adm. Children 5 to 12 SHIRLEY ZIMMER 838 Washington Bunker Hill Girl To Attend Camp Gerry Michael Named by Future Homemakers BUNKER HILL- -'Gerry Michael has been chosen to attend the Future Homemakers leadership ramn this summer at Bloomington. Gerry is the daughter of Mi\ and Mrs. Lawrence Michael.. She is a sophomore hut is in her first year at Bunker Hill High School, having moved here from Alton the past year. Jane Mullink has been chosen as alternate. The-girls are chosen by club members. Mt. Olive Sub District Meetft BUNKER HILL-The Mt. Olive Sub District meeting was held at the local Methodist Church Monday evening. The Rev. Donald Lowe, sud district leader, was the speaker. Doris Tunley, ^president of Hie local group served on 1he nominating committee, which will report at the May meeting in Worden. Refreshments were served by the LOIS WILLIAMS 1312 Taylor ' Bunker Hill Youth Fellowship. To Serve Slipper BUNKER HILL—The Lutheran Church will serve a ham and beef supper May 10 in (h Parish Hall. Serving will begin at 4:30 p. m. Mrs. Oscar Bunre, Mrs. Arthur Klopmeier and Herman Dubbelde are on the planning committee. Attend District Meeting BUNKER HILL The Rev. Donald Lowe, Mrs. H. F. Scheldt:, Mrs. O. C. Smith, Mrs. Ralph Gerdt, Mi-s. Fred Moulton, Mrs. • Fred Harper, Mrs. C. M. Miller, Mrs. A. H. Bauer, Mrs. Jesse Scroggins, rs. Janet Tunley, Mrs. Dewey Whillock, and Mvs. R. C. Noble attended the East St.. Louis meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at the Main St. Methodist Church, Alton, Tuesday. Mrs. Noble was re-elected and installed children's secretary. MARY LOU CARTER 203 W, 13lh Bunker Rill SHIRLEY BECKMAN 1202 Douglas Hill BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Ornr P Bey, Mrs. Lola Lavis and Miss Kathryn Dey spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Dey and daughter, Overland, Mo. Although robtna were once forest birds, many of them now build their nests in cities. AVENUE SHELL SEIHCE Big fire Sale Reg. *14<° Champions Now r Sale! USED TUBES USED PAftiENQER TUBES ALL SIZES DUiING THIS SALI ONLY.. AVENUE SHELL 4-W14 oAd itiwr Illiuai* "r PARKING IN REAR OF THEATER Continuous 7 to 11 p. m. P 6:45 p. m. \ORSIDE Martin Haycraft, Manager TONIGHT . THURSDAY MUTHMYQUINN wa IHOT-wim uraia STATE TONITE AND THURS. ~ llE LOVE STMY IEHWD— THE BILUON-DOLUUl SECRET! M-G-M ABOVE AND OEYOND Starring: ROBERT TAYIX)R and KLEAIN'OR PARKER Shown at 8:46 —AND— Shown at 7:15 _|>I.l!S— SPECIAL! "Travels in Ifaly" —Short CARTOON WHERE THE BIG PICTURES PLAY Rout* 140 Av». Alton, Itl. TONIGHT r. AND THURS. Mbown Raw and uvag* action thriller 1 Jinas STElttT Jiwt LEIGH RakartlYUI | Fill CHIEF IIBIS || | PONY f, AUTO EIOIS II The rainfall In Cuba averages ahnut 55 Inches per year, ALT WOOD UTDOOR THEATRE Old St. f jotilii Rond ftatween Alton nnd Wood ftlver FratieisCflrdlnatSpellman Greets lane Haver XAVlfin. Kan. ft *-• Francis Cartlnnl Spellman greeted for* met actress June Haver Tuesday on her first public appearance since she left the glamour of HolTy- to enter a convent last February. The cardinal spoke at St. Mary College here. The convent*. ducted by the Sisters of Cf and the college are un Oil IBM. (grounds, Tht »ytar»«M formigr acWhS entered the novice class at ihfe convent ten weeks ago. Two yttri of training are required for the lit* terhood. About half the peopH of CUto are farm workers. TONIGHT JiOO—ft:40 P.M. Stanlsy CLEMENTS PeKKy STEWART —IN— "PRIDE OF MARYLAND" TONIGHT AT 8:17 P.M. "CONFIDENCE GIRL" THURS., FRI., SAT. THE LOVE STORY '^''^r* BEHIND J*. THE BILLION ^ DOLLAR SECRET 1 " Open A: 15—Show 7 P. M. 2 Shows Nightly Rain or Clear TONIGHT ft THURS. DOUBLE FEATURE SHOW! — MIT No. 1 — A NKW HIOH IN SUSPENSE MELODRAMA! H-G-M ABOVE AMP BEYOND 1TAKHINO in. ROBERT TAYLOR ELEANOR PARKER ,. Shown, at 8:10 P. M. .. TONITE - THURS, FRI, & SAT, Robert Taylor Eleanor I'urkor "ABOVE AND BEYOND" Guy MatlUoii Ru.v Mala "RED SNOW" Due to Length of Both Picture* — One Complete Show Will Be Presented Each Night! — HIT NO. 2 — TV TOP COMEDIENNE IN A TOP LAUGH SHOW! Plus Gala Array TViiturettea Children Free With Adult*! HEY, K/P£/Wt£ PLAY6ROUHP TONITE - THURS. Victor Mntiirp--I'atrinia v Neal Fxlmnnd (iwenn "SOMETHING FOR THE BIRDS" 9:18 Richard RiiKfhurl--riene Evnns Micluiel "Fixed Bayonets" 1:27 SELECTED SHORTS tfOMINfl KRIIIAY "I'lIltl'LK HEART IHAKY" "DNIJER THE RED SEA- STARTS * FRIDAY * GRAND A thrilling new dimension hat bttn addtd to motion pictures! HIIOHT WIDTH and now DIPTHI BWANADCVft IN 1HIIUINO COIOI I**** flodt • loiboio IriHtii ifciM UwMd A««|», TOMORROWS raM| ^R, BB T|Bi ^W ^^B wBi^^ "MISS ALTON" BEAUTY PAOEAHT aid STYLE SHOW Two Full Hours of Modeling The Latest Fashions Plus An Exciting Eye^Filling "Bathing Suit Parade" FASHIONS FROM VOGUE II OF ALTON'S LOVELIEST OIRLS WINNER OF MISS ALTON" CONTEST Will R«pNNnt City in State Final* of "MISS AMERICA MUTEST" G«t Tour Tieketa . From Jayceis Atenihiers or at the Sox Of«i» SPONSORED BY THE ALTON ( MATINEES DAILY 12:46 JL ——^. ^^^, PRINCESS TODAY A THURS. SEE! Gloria Grahame in the role that won the Academy Award an "Best Supporting: Actress" uJURNER •(» DOUGLAS <..>UA'"< WlKtf PIDGEON POWELL 2:20 5:40 9:09 PLUS POWDIR K£G Of INTRIGUE! Incident /, George BRENT Mun ALUON • Uurulliy HAIHICK nltOWIl I :uo \\iia CARTOON MATINEES DAILY 12:45 . TODAY & THURS. PLEASE NOTE! Matinee Showintr Only Xhnraday of ."8 IRON MEM". Thum. Nlte on Our Stag* "MISS ALTON" CONTEST She Walks in Their Sleep... The Sleep of 8 Battling Dogfaces! * WXlrtWi NCNM •** Bonor Coll*ono Arthur Front • IM Morrat Richard KiUy Nick D«nnii I Dick Moor* • Mary CgitU. Shown Wed. 8:35 5:30 7:35 9:411 Shown Thur. 1:10 3:55 4:40 OI'KN «:«0 NOW! THRU VlfOODRIVER THOSE MADCAP FUNNYBONERS All SeniN' NiW LAFF RECORD5I MAVfMOff * POUV IfMfM * MAMON MAMUMI UUi PLUS -- — - WOHEN TUW« &AVAGU "THE OALTONS' WOMEN"

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