Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 25, 1953 · Page 12
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April 25, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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MOBTWBLVB ALTON BV*!lf!V0" TSLBOftAMI SATURDAY, APRIL fS» fWf 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY SHOW AT 7 RAIN OR CLEAR * ENDSTON1QHTI * 2 - ENTERTAINING HITS - 2 ON ONI BIG PROGRAM FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY .COMIDYI PLUS COLOR CARTOON! TONIOHTI MIDNITE OWL SHOW Come as late as 9:00 P.M. and see our Regular Program .., Sfay for the Owl Show at No Additional Charge? Sensational! "Captive Wild Woman" • SUNDAY and MONDAY • ALL TECHNICOLOR SHOW! B**«l M -FAMOUS" by Stephen VMCCM B«Mt PI IIC MIGIITY MOUSE • I-W^ COLOR CARTOON DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME STARTS SUNDAY! Open at 7:30 P. M. — Show Starts at Dusk. fllfllT 1 IKDi TONIGHT — 2 SFQ HITS In I DAVID WIVBN In "THi ittiH OLOVE" | "THi LADY JAYt NO" SUNDAY and MONDAY BB& THE ACADIMY AWARD WINNI* HOLD YOU EATH IN um COMEDY AND 2 CARTOONS rnrtr MILL FIRE CHIEF RIDES AUTO & PONY RIDES KIDDIES FREE fJftTTPf STARTING SUNDAY Hi" I ••• Due to the Change Over to Daylight Saving Time Box Office opens at 6:80, starts at 8:00. DOORS OPEN 12J80 P.M. M M M SHOW STARTS 1:30 P.M. NORSIDE LAST TIMES TONIGHT Joseph Gotten—Shelley Winters! Win. Holden—Alexis Smith "UNTAMED FRONTIER" "THE TURNING POINT" 8:20—6:82—9:44 I . 4:58—8:to SUNDAY • MONDAY I THEATRE NO PARKING PROBLEMS AT ROXANA TONITE - SUN. - MON SUNDAY CONTINUOUS FROM 1 P.M. Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Robert Taylor—Eleanor Parker—James Whitmort "ABOVE and BEYOND" Shown Tonight, Monday 8:56 Shown Sunday 1:00—4:58—8:56 William Holden—Edmond O'Brien—Alexis Smith "THE TURNING POINT" Shown Tonight, Monday 1:11 .Shown Sunday 8:33—7:31 SELECTED SHORTS MOUNTIE HURLS MCI MARAUDERS ii tit rcariaf nta««< f«kMf sr NRBYOMNT 1:07—4:277-7:47 ABOVE AND BEYOND • TA.IUINO m VV ROBERT MOR • ELEANOR PARKER 2-18—5:88—8:58 TODAY WILLIAM HOLDEN iTNTAMirnf UNTAMED t Al.KXIS SMITH -In"THE TURNING POINT" "The Fighting Stallion" 3:40 5:30 U:00 1:30 4:10 7:80 SERIAL TWO CARTOONS Tonight at 8:40 p.m. iubert Taylor — Eleanor Parker n ABOVE AND BEYOND" Tonight 7:00—10:03 p.m. Allan (Rockyi Lane "Captivi of Billy tht Kid" Serial at 7:23 D m SUNDAY - MONDAY W IIOUU M MM ILM MIT [IOMARK ANDREWS MERRILL SUNDAY • MONDAY Shown Sunday at a:8ft—CUft—8:00 P.M. Aftklr List GreeiffieUi School Events Commenremcnt Exercises Set May 26 MON TUKS *0ftfary SNOWS KILIMANJARO GREENFIELD - SefWdufe Of dates for the closing event! ot school have been announced as follows; May 15, Junlor-sentor prom; May 16, open house at the high school; May 24, baccalaureate services; May 28, high school commencement exercises; May 27, grade school commencement. The annual spring concert by the high school band will be presented in the high school auditorium at 7:45 p. m. May 7. Robert McNulty is band director. A regular meeting of the Band Boosters Club will be held at the grade school Monday evening. The be- glnners grade school band will give the program and a social hour will follow., GREENFIELD — The Future Homemakers Association of the high school has elected the following officers who will be installed at" a meeting May 4: president, Dorothy Woods; vice president, Joyce Allen; secretary, Marilyn Hutton; treasurer, Lois Caffery; historian, Barbara Meyer; and reporter, Carole Klnser. Joan Hodapp, a member of the senior class, is retiring president and Mrs. Herschel Williams Is chapter mother. Miss Barbara Heath, home economics instructor, Is adviser of the group. Students of the eighth grade will be special guests at the meeting May 4. On Vacation GREENFIELD — Miss Ruth Mellor, American Red Cross representative in New Mexico, will arrive here today to 1 spend two weeks leave with her sister, Mrs. C. B. Guy, and with her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Doyle, in Springfield. Postpone Sale GREENFIELD — A bakery sale for the benefit of the Girl Scouts has been postponed from April 25 to the following 'Saturday, May 2, and will be held in the Lyric theater lobby. ( Church Notes GREENFIELD — Services at the Baptist Church Sunday will be in observance of the second anniversary of the Rev. George F. McCowan as pastor of the church. The Rev. McCowan will conduct a special service for children at 10130 a.m. and the fellowship service at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Laurel Grigg of Car| rollton and the Rev. McCowan closed a series of evangelistic meetings at the Kemper Baptist Church Friday night, Mrs. Earl Cannedy and Miss Marlene Reed of Greenfield furnished special music at the service. » Mrs. B. T. Davis of Cincinnati, O. is spending 10 days at the Baptist parsonage, the guest of fter son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs. McCowan. Brighton Church Services Sunday BRIGHTON— All church services i there will be on daylight saving I time beginning Sunday. The Rev. Kenneth G. Bower will preach on the Beatitude "Blessed Are The Meek" at the 10 a. m. morning worship, in the Presbyterian Church* Sunday school meets at 9 a. m. In the evening the Westminster Fellowship groups will attend a Youth Fellowship rally of the Alton Presbytery at the First Presbyterian Church in Alton. "How Can We Be Witnesses for Christ" will be the sermon topic used by the Rev. A. L. Schieler at the 10:30 a. m. morning worship in the St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church. Sunday school convenes at 9:30 a. m. Monday evening there will be a training school for Sunday school teachers at Edwardsville. Tuesday the Builders Class will meet. Wednesday there will be choir practice and Friday evening there will be a Youth Fellowship meeting at the church. The Rev. Paul Mabry will preach at the St. Paul Methodist Church at 10:40 a. m. Sunday school is at 9:30 a. m., Youth Fellowship at 6:30 p. m. and evening worship 7:30 p. m. Sunday masses will be read at the St. Alphonsus Church at 8 and 10 a. m, The Rev. Phillip Newman it pastor. Votes Canvassed BRIGHTON-The Village Board of Trustees held a special meeting Thursday evening for the purpose of canvassing the ballots of the election held Tuesday and found Harold G. Bolt was re-elected president of Uw Board; Gordon Lamport, Village clerk; George P. St. Cin, Albert Oertel and Mai- BETHALTO CWBI AfluwfS W tNMtMt HoWflVW trwimWn ot tiw ODBPS BP§ f> o< Scntffel, William Looker Jr., and Eugene Son. OH uttfrt A. iMnfttrg atrivw nORM T\wway itwrfllfiej on t 19 day leave, bentarg ia tn electronics Kehntsian feiman, to ootmfttifftm BWOHTON-LocBl mMentf and business housei will move their clocks ahead one hour Saturday night or Sunday morning to go on tffHi ifitffi fntv ytfflr. Tht tehoola m Unit t, Wwevwv will remain on standard time. USN, amw aboard the USS Taconlc. BfifMWI RON! BfttGHTON-Mr, dfid Mrs. Leo Well! of St. Louis spent Tuesday evening visiting Mrs, Catherine uoker. ' Mrs. Catherine fioker and Mrs. Harold Voylei attended a meeting of the Piasa Unit Home Bureau Thunday ntffflOBR it fn§ of Mrs. Herlrert M00fe» Mrs. P. B. fttm of called on frienoi here Wecuws> day aftermotti Mr. and Mrs. August Oftwlwrtw returned today from California where they spent the past six months at the home of their daughter in San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Oberlander and Judy went to St. Louis this morning to meet his parents. OHLY THEAmill ALTON IPICIALLY KQUIW1D TO SHOW "SEP Hot short iflbjwtsbtrt i real fall-litigth future and pi COLOR, tool , A UON ; .^*. ¥•?•> .?: *+- j i ALOVIR| ^ in yourt FOR THI F1MT TIHE IN ALTON! 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ANB A HEART THAT BEAT FOR THE LOVE OF TWO GIRLS MATINEE 12:30 SUNDAY ECHNICOUOR HABITONHESTONS HWWI if CARTOON PUINS" •kwn 1:44 |s4§ 1:11 TODAY UST TIMIS WiAN MAHfW « 4C1BV "THE STOOOE" I

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