Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 23, 1953
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fAOB ALTON BVBNWO TBLfOtAWf THWSDAT, APRIL 24,1951 .-., ••••^^^^^^^ . - *'4*' Consumer Credit Is Session Topic Fred Kirschner Speaker At Meeting Fred Kirschner of Midwest and Trl-CUles Accounts Sen-tee spoke at the regular dinner meeting of the Credit Grantors Association Wednesday evening at Mineral Springs Hotel. Places were arranged for 30 guests, Howard F. Otstot, secretary-manager of the Credit Bureau of Alton, recently elected president of the Association Credit Bureaus of Illinois, acted as master of ceremonies and Introduced the speaker. Kirschner spoke on "What Can the Credit Bureau Do For You?" separating the bureau's function into three factors, preventive, curative and general hygiene. "The preventive phase of the work", said Kirschner "begins with an education campaign in which credit grantors should be taught to resort to the bureau for information before extending credit. "However should any firm, without this prevention, extend credit and find itself in difficulty, it. should then utilize the service of the bureau, at a nominal fee, rather than depending on its own ability to correct the mistake and collect Moro Girl Honored At Birthday Party MORO — Miss Jo Ann Unterbrink entertained six guests at a post birthday dinner Monday evening at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Unterbrlnk. Guests were Kunlce Nolle, Joyce Hlmkamp, Phyllis Dorsey, Edith Adele Helmkamp, Bernice Luebbers and Marian Jenne. Later In the evening the girls attended a track meet at the Roxana High School. The Rev. R. P. Zimmerman, pastor of St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church attended the conference of the Southern Illinois t. ^f H x pk, B H. —TONITE- ROBERT TAYLOR ELEANOR PARKER IN "ABOVE AMD BEYOND" Shown at 8:45 Strange People Untouched by Civilization! "STRANGE WORLD" Shown at 7:15 "TRAVELS IN ITALY" —Short CARTOON the standing ilebl." Kirschner also stated that most bureaus hove across to the latest Information on debtors. In the third phase of his topic Kirschner explained that the bureau stands ready to protect not only the firm as the credit grantor, but to protect the buyer from unscrupulous merchants and unsanctioned methods of credit extension and collection. He further urged that to establish seller-consumer relationship, all stores should practice good credit, operation, and cooperation with their local credit bureau. In memory of ttie late Oscar Bock, an officer in the Credit Grantors Association, Mr. Otstot accepted a gavel and sounding block, engraved "Oscar Bock March 24, 1953". The next meeting of the association will be May 27. Synod at Belleville Tuesday and Wednesday. Delegates to the spring meeting of the Lovejoy Region of the Women's Guild of the Evangelical i Church to be held at Brighton on J Friday are Mrs. Fred Unterbrlnk, president of the local guild, Mrs. August Cooper, Mrs. William j Kruckeberg and Mrs. William Kan- j ning Jr., Mrs. Kannlng is the Region secretary. Mas* .fmlgM tattle MORO — Fourteen members of the Agriculture class of the Edwardsville High School with their Instructor, Mr. Chester Selbert, visited the J. L. Brazier farm Tuesday morning where they did practice judging on beef cattle. They had also judged sheep before coming to the Brazier farm. Reid Brazier is a student of the class, i News Notps MORO — Mr. and Mrs. Blake Baltuff of Kansas City, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hendrtcks and daughters, Joyce and Peggy, of Chicago have returned to their homes after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Neese and family. Officers Elected By Kane PTA Unit KANE — Members of the Parent teachers Association met Tuesday night at the school and elected the following officers for the year: Mrs. Byron Erwln, president; Mrs. Delbert Short, vice {resident; Mrs. Orvllle Gullander, secretary and Mrs. fain Murry, treasurer. n. A. 1 Galloway showed a film, »he fifth and aisth graders furnished a musical program and the fourth and fifth grades furnished the refreshments. , KANE — Mrs. W. It. Bates and Mrs. May Tucker attended funeral rites for their cousin, Oeorgt ewiey, at Alton Monday. Mrs. Ralph binder was a dinner guest Wednesday of Mrs. R, M. Clanahan, Carrollton, Caroline Cope, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asa -Ope, entered Alton Memorial tfos* pital Tuesday and underwent a Queen Elizabeth n was the first English queen since Queen Anne, who reigned nearly 250 years ago, to race horses in her own silks. Revolving doors have been installed In St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast, Northern Ireland. TONITE • FRI. SATURDAY Robert Taylor Eleanor Parker "ABOVE AND BEYOND" Shown at 8:25 Guy MmllMin ftay Mala "RED SNOW" Shown at 7:10 Coming Sun! "Snows of Kilimanjaro" ST. LOOII POLIO! OIROD8 ARINA April 23rd Thrn MAT 3rd ft Mntlneea Frl., Sat., Sun. Matinees 2 tl5«Ef wrings gits Rcnmd Seat Ortfm ei> fe« •*• Ulned »t Ntatttlefc Clftf Start- US M*rk«t, Alltnt « tfe* Anna at Aretdt Bid !.—•». tnu. Box Sent! 91.00 Reserved Seats 80C* Gen. Adm. Children 5 to 12 406 tonstnectotny D. E, WtUlima hat been con> fined to hia horrtt this week be» cause of illness. , Britain's Royal Air Force may stage a great "fly past" over London after the Queen's return to Buckingham Palace tallowing the coronation, London PARROTO HI MAR Of fRBAfBft LAST TtMBS tO - flOO 0(89 Errol f1ynn««9tiiiifeeii Oftaw , "AQAIRIT ALL MbfttH InfflMft, nuHWBCf * 8t8fl \1 \- . Sll :| FRIDAY - SATURDAY THe Shock-FHIed Story of Gangland Today! • SHORT THEATPE LAST TIM! TONfTI "feimrMm tar Tl» IWi" 9:13 "Flxtd tfyoftttt" 7:27 FRIDAY I tinmen Lwiffwd-Jwdd Holdren Ben Lemy "PURPLE HEART DIART* 9:00 §i41 the All-Trne underwater wander show! Thrills and wonders never seen before! "UNDER THE RED SEA" 8:34 Selected Shorts Coming Sun. "Above and I Beyond" "The Turning Point" Telegraph Want ( Ads Click. ^ TONIGHT - FRI, • SAT, FRIDAY A* tlffe LlM —AND— THE TURNING POINT WLIAiTrlOLDEN EDMOND O'BRIEN ALEXIS SMITH A Pmnxntnt ftctwt —PLUS- SERIAL 2 CARTOONS lf.G-Mp~.ii AND ABOVE BEYOND • T A RHINO fn ROBERT MOR ELEANOR PARKER ., Shown at, 8:10 P. M. OPEN 6:15 P,M. * 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY SHOW AT 7 P.M. RAIN OR CLEAR ENDS TONIGHT! Double Feature SUSPENSE: JOAN CRAWFOBD J — PLUS SELECTE LAFFS & FUN! JOAN DAVIS Harem Cirl ) FEATURETTES — ONE COMPLETE SHOW ONLY! * FRIDAY and SATURDAY * Drama vs. Comedy—In An Exceptional 2 Hit Show For Every Member of the Family! * * * * EXCITING Story of Two Women On a Man Hunt! DESPERATE f SEARCH^ FtR$T RUN WOOD RIVER if ir HIT No, 2 * * FOR LAFPS AND FUN THI MARINES ARE HERE! FAUIN GORCEY Marines FLUV-<OtOR CARTOON! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwt ^L mft^mJmf I'lHI'IIHyiW I'adff 18 * W FKEE WU4VOttOWft IM KMil FIRST TIME IN ALTON! ONLY mm. mm mm mmmmm ~^mm^ ^ « FEATU LENGTH MOTION PICTURE NATURAL VISION LION your * * TOO; ' ^^ A LOVER t in your Master of the Unusual prtsents IN THRILLING COLOR ROBERT STACK BARBARA BRITTON *«**. i**"" NIGEL BRUCE You have never witnessed an amazing new world of entertainment like this before I The picture is ALIVE ... REAL... ROUNDED... STARTLING! The flat screen is gone! You...not the camera—but YOU are this exciting adventure drama unfolds—as its passionate love story stirs your every emotion! CONTINUOUS DAILY SHOWINGS! Matinees Dally 12:45 Feature Showp 1:00, 3:05, 5:15, 7:25, 9:35 The Grand Theatre Is The Only Theatre in Alton Specially Equipped te Show "3rd Dimension! 19 Adult MathMi-748 PHASE NOTE: WICK FOR !"'* ENGAGEMENT! AMI, OUUruMo FREE 3-D POLAROID CUSSES WITH EACH ADMISSION EXTRA! FOR WHOM THE IUUS TOIL" "IOIIY SHANTZ" STARTS TOMORROW! fOBAY TONITE, 8 P. M. On Our Stage "MISS ALTON" Beauty JP!agMjiL_j!>J_J>tyJg__S1jow 2 Full Hours of Modeling the latest fashions PLUS an exciting eye filling "Bathing Suit Parade" Fashions from Vogue Modeled by 11 of Alton's Loveliest Girls! DOORS OPEN 7 P.M. All Seats 75c SPONSORED BY ALTON JAYCEES GET YOUR TICKETS FROM JAYCEES OR AT THE BOX OFFICE. TODAY LAST TIMES Lana Turner • Kirk Douglas • Gloria Grahame "THE BAD & THE BEAUTIFUL" 6:40 fl:00 George BRENT 'Taitgitr Incident' 4:25 7:45 OPEN 12:45 DAILY FRIDAY & SAT. PRINCESS^! Stwring DAN DAILEY DIANA LYNN war raw CMBU MAnms Plus Exciting Hit, Shown 1:00 3:50 6:40 9:30 CARTOON TONIGHT Friday • OPJSN filSD OODRIVER Iff Just the •IOQI5T FUNNY of All Time . . . CdaAmmrm Ai^^L DALTOMt 1 WOMEN"

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