Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1958 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 16, 1958
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WEDNESDAY, Jt&¥ 1*, ALTON EVENING PAOfi SfiVCNTfiBN MiM Ustla ft wsfiw Misses Ctone David- and km «OB, Matjwy UK 8f Ml. Oflesd to Lttertntfy Baptist Church StmdiS 1 whei-e they attend I West Centwl Aifefcu* Uonal BYF officer! Mf». SJtJBrt tflng wai toett of At hCf 'tMMM Mtenftoon. Quest! werei Mrt. Owrge Mowde- *M1, Mn. Olenn titRMien and ttfl, MM. WiUJim Newman OhfloKAi Mfti WitWtt HoWoe* ih«ll and children, MM. Harold Ctendenin t»J fcWldrtfl ind Mrs. Robert Pojtwabd, Mr. »fld Mtt, John Caster and friends ot JetteyvBte were Sun- IiHR of rftltttfl nOfflCi Mf. Wra Mrs. Hffrdia MM ttffjfly tsfl GMnUfi spett Soft* dfttkjv kft* kfe& ^rt^^k^ d^ b&A ^feA^fcAil nay n. trie iiunw tn tin pumi Mf. and Mrs. Wffliwn An&rism Mr. atfd Mrs. Wlfttfr Sehree&* visited field With Mrt, Sehroeder's art- t«r ( Mn. Minnie Swartc. Mr. and Mn. Jack Petty and daughters, Jacklyft and MaMlyii of honor at a «urpriie birthday party St. Louli, came Monday to in Pitts- ee?t«l emplosmetit n «*>k at the a twite vacation with Mn, Pet> ry's pMWrtsy Mr. and Mn, Harry Barman. Attests homes of Mn, C. L. Carrell and Mr, and Mn. Richard Best were: Mrs. Carrell's sifter, Mrs, Milo Clay pool and her daughter-in-law, Mn, Hester Carrell both of Charleston and their guests Mr. and Mn, raft otaf « Calif j Mr. and m Aifhw Rfflw «M tenfly of Peona are spefdhig their with Mrs. Rfttet's parents, Mf»» CM Cornelias Mf* * MM. Inlow bat ae> Tower View Nnrsing »«mt in Car* Wilton, She succeeds • Mn, Mr. And Mn, Jantes Brawiafi and Gregory Lou, wer» tandsy evertftg gnetto of Mn, Brannait'B pwentt, Mr, arid Mn, Ralph Oettle of Kane. Mr, and Mn, Elftter stout and family el Taylorville were recent guests tt the home of Mr, and Mn, Donald Griffith, Sunday dinner r guests in the Griffith home were: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Var- We and daughter of Mt, dllead. B, Griffith Afchw Latfd wai Honored on her Wrthday Sunday by a fan' lly dinner hi her h0rfte at Cottage MiHs. Attending fftiitl hefe" -WftMB! Mr. and Mn. Iwfteld AdCtJCjt airo family, Mr, and Mri Urry A6V we* arid ftffifiy, Mr, and Mrs. td- ward Baker atid Mn. Latffa moth* tr, Mn. Pearl Adcock et (Strwfl* tod. Butch Weber of Roodhonse la Wtihg tea tmcle and Hunt, Mr. and Mn. LeMie ttatt Sflnday fuestii in the home of Mf. and Mn, Edward Havetk* were: Mr, and Mn. Harold Wyatt df Collinsville and Mr. and Mrs. William Rasplica and daughter, Belle, of Glenn Chrboji.' Mn. Besiletkoster and daughter, Mary Ann, visited Sunday -evening Griffith ot Fteldou. Miss Alice Logan left Sunday for weeks visit wKh her broth- e¥-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. David Oberlifl of Ft. Bragg, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton and daughters, Diana, Beverly and jatttei el Centralia, and Mr. and Mn. Gill VanCamp of Wood River visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Newton. Members of the Oscar Clendenen family held a picttic Sunday at their home. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clendenen and sons of Kane; Mrs. Lucille Wheeler and son, John, and Wayne Peebles of Medora; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oendenen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carol dende'nen and family, Mrs. Dorothy Triable and son, Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn day afternoon callert at th« Wil-El wood Carrell and children ot Mrt, Lois.Cooke of JfeneyvBle andat the home of Mr. and Mn, MaxClendenen and family .and their YOUR SIGN OF SAFJETY ON ANY ROAD .. . IN ANY WEATHER! DRIVE TO SEARS TODAY AND ENJOY THE EXTRA SAFETY OF ALLSTATE NYLON CUSHIONS NOW ONLY 4.70x15 Tubt-Type) •loekwall Each, Plus Tax AND YOUR OLD TIRE • Ml II-Month Swvlc* CweJ OMonmlt* aaaimt ImartJ* • Rugged NYLON cushions road impacts, fight Hr« farigut • Tr«ad design givtt tjrcattr read grippiig tracHen TUU-TYPI IUCKWAUS TUNtltt ILACKWALLS / •In / •JOxlS 7.10x11 7.40x15 Rejuler No Trade-in Price Each. Pitt* .Tax 22.t| 25.W II.IS Trade-la Price. Each Pint Tax 1I.M I7.f0 If.fO Down Payment In . Pair* (4 $5 IS Regular No Tr*d*.)n Price) Each, Plu* Tax 24.75 2125 31. fO Trade-in Price, Each Plu* Tax 17.90 If.fO 21.90 Down Payment la Pair* ss ss $4 TUMUSS 14-IN. 20-MO. TIRES Site 7.$0xl4 1.00x14 0.10x14 B>Mular No Trade-In Price Each. Plu* Tax 31.35 34.45 37.55 Trade-In Price, Each Plu* Tax 24.90 27.90 30.90 Down Payment In Pair* $5 $4 S7 DRIVE NOW f»AY LATER ON SEARS EASY PAYMENT PLAN... FREE INSTALLATION ALLSTATE EXPRESS TRUCK TIRES With new skid resbtant rib trtid • • • NO TRADE IN REQUIRED 6.50x16 6^y Pl« Fed, Tax . . 20.95 7.00x15 6-ply Pta$ Fed. Tax . . 25.95 eUTOIS [ttesta, Mrs. A, Carreira and Mr. and Mrs. William Satmders and amily ot National City, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Staejes and amily of CarroiUon were Sunday dinner gnetta of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bramtan and som. George staples remained for a weeks visit and Beverly Staples' will spend he week at the home of Mr. and Mn. Dtwey Staples. Hospital /Vote* Atte* Memorial MKDtCALt Alvin Hartley, Bunker Hill. Marian Price, Dow. Mrs. Alberta Muehleman, 3731 Berkeley. Mrs. Bernlce Black, 2525 Clawson Leland Russell, 923 Logan. John Kelly, 1123 Seller. Mrs. Lillian Mittler, Godfrey. Gregory Rustin, Bethalto. Henry Cleve, Godfrey. Mrs. Betty Freedlund. SURGICAL Willis Grause, Cast Alton. Mrs. Mayme Landon, Dow. Randall McCormick, Cottage Hills Mrs. Verleen O'Neal. 3316 Brown Louis Stamper, 246 Longfellow. Mrs. Matilda Harris, 1002 College Walter Brummer, 2605 Rodgers. Mrs. Ida Angle, Dow. Mrs. Edith Wlngerter, Roxana. Frank Ledford, 277 Seventh; Sam Tarrant, 3538 Thomas. DISMISSALS Danny Eaker, Hartford. Kenneth Campbell, East Alton. Mrs. Hattie'Brown, 2350 Lincoln Mrs. Percie Renick, 2424 Maxey. Mrs. Louise Wilharn, Worden. John Van Buren, West Alton, Bernice Kauffold, 2422 Main. Kenneth Moore, Roxana. James Beneze, 2705 Sanford. Mrs. Sarah Kreitner, East Alton. Mrs. Verla Schroeder, Brighton, Mrs. Sadie Brown, Granite City. Mrs. Janet Schildroth, 3833 Wata- lee. , Mrs. Juanita Jouett, 2135 Dunnegan. St. Joseph't MEDICAL Miss Sharon Ball, Bethalto. Miss Gloria Whitten, East Alt9n. Miss Jacqualine Johnson, 915" College. Mrs. Anna DeSherlia, Grafton. Harrison Reed, 1906 Hickory. Sally Ladendorff, -Bunker Hill. Mrs. Catherine Jansen, Edwardsville. Gary E. Gossett, 1002 Tremont. Miss Kimberly Asbury, 322 Ninth, Wood River. SURGICAL Mrs. Lucy Barnes, 614 Anderson. Mrs. Margaret Misegades, 2123 College. Mrs. Bessie Bonner, 2003 Sycamore. Jftckson McClure, Carrollton. Howard Squires, 289 Bonder. DISMISSALS Miss Kathleen Baker, 925 Wash ington. Mrs. Anna Aslone, 1016 Union. Mrs. Pauline Feldman, Fidelity. Mrs. Mabel Maxwell, Wood Rivet. Jeffery Elble, East Alton. . Tracy Hand, Godfrey. Charles Fisher, 535 Brookside. Mrs. Lorraine Hampton, 212 S. Dooley. Mrs. Constance Wheeler, 224 Dooley. Mrs. Theresa Williams, 618 Blair Mrs. Sandra Gunter, 530 Market Mrs. Ruth Williams, 1626 Marke Robert Green, 304 Brentwood. Miss Karen Myers,' Wood River Floyd Lamm. Bethalto. John Venardos, 445 Bluff. , Mrs. Dena Petrie, 103 Dooley. Mrs. Eunice Finder, 1109 Milnor Mrs. Gasina Pranger, Carrollton Jersey Community * MEDICAL Mrs. George Erb, Jerseyville. Mrs. Richard Hansen, Jerseyville Forrest Dilks, Jerseyville. Mrs. Vincent Lehr, Batchtown. Mrs. Harvey Spears, Kampsville Harry Imming, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Curtis Seidler, Hardin. Mrs. Myrtle Flowers, Alton. Robert Weller,, Jerseyville. Wood River Township MEDICAL William Garris, Anderson. Ind. Michael Jeffreys, 535 Wood River Jack Williams, 556 Maple, East Alton. Mrs. Janet Phillips, 104 Whitelaw, East Alton. Mrs. Belle West, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Laura Apane], 5§8 California, East Alton. SURGICAL Henry Holbrook, 41 Madison. Miss Mary Eudy, R. 1, East Alton. Mrs. Opal Braddy, Hartford. "Mrs. Lennie GJas, 872 State. Otis Looper, 115 Tomlinson, East Alton. DISMISSALS Henry Holbrook, 41 Madison. David Brimer, '601 Bowman, East Alton. Mrs. Virgle Blasingim, Cottage Hills. ' Mrs. Marie Crawford, 61 Madison Homer Dunn, 3544 Fullerton, Alton. Mrs. Pruella West, Cottage Hills David A. Lindley, 436. Lorena. Marcia J. Fry, 320 Church, East Alton. Elrah ELSAH - Six Boy Scouts of Troop* 9 left tor Camp Warren Levis Sunday afternoon for a weeks stay, Scoutmaster Robert Lowder accompanied them. Miss Sylvia Bean and Jackc Wyman of Alton were married by Justice of the Peace W. R. Barnes at his home here Friday evening. The Elsah Pioneers 4-H Club will meet at the Elsah Recreation Hall, next Tuesday afternoon at p.m. Mr. and MM. Louis Chapin have returned frorq a vacation trip in the Eastern part of the United States. Bamboo belong! to the grass family. TV nivioe I A.M. 'Til » P.M. Alton * Suburb* I Work * Parti su«r«ntee4 PhontWfH ALL*STATI The TckprapV* Daily Radio Chart WEDNESDAY tib tMflU) IIM ( IIMKfj lift ftC t MM on HI H«W» AtnM 'a Andy „ „ • »V NllhUlM Walter Cfonkite Cafd»-MHw»ukee F.rr« M • Newi Ma»le; "mnot, NllhUlM *«•» New* Piol FMdtrtet Nijjht Mutie RfeCOfd Newt N*Wi su^tim* Cardinal Scoreboard New* N«W» Newt ateve Rowat Xeeor* fully Herrr Fnttr « I » * Newt THURSDAY John Roedel Newi Today'! AUIMBM Newt Country JOHTMI Jim Butlw weather Netn Ijtwi; Day Fun Newt Rev. Floyd Rev. Hurley World Newt Weather: Tempo Tune Up Newt World Newt Newt: Rex Davit Clockwatcher Sport* Jack a> Jtrry Newt Newt: Sporti: Dty Newi; Day Bob Day Newt Sportt Newt Time. Ttmpoe World Newt Clockwatcher Jack * J Newt Newi Bob Day Idy True Story Bandstand Arthur Godfrey Jack A Jerry Newt News; Hurley Hurley; Music Tello Quit Ann. Time Banditand Playhoutt Party Newt Whispering Grant WlUlamt Howard MlUer Shopping Basket Newi Shopping Basket Newt News: Musle OK Bandstand Bargain Counter News: Party Wai/house Party Newt; Warren Backstage Wife Helen Trent Songs: Newi Shopping Basket Newi shopping Basket Newt Newi Country Time Myrtle Games Newt Weather Playhouse Party Newe True Confessions One Man's Family Dr. Gentry News; Headline* Ma Perkins Dr.- Ma tone Road of Lift Harry Caray Cards-Milwaukee Reed Faretl Newt Newi; Music Farm * Market Amazing Grace Club New* Reed Fared! Newt News: Day Bob Day Newt 5-Star Matinee Woman In House Young's Family Reed FartU New* News; Musle Meyer News: Mclntlre Carl Mclntlre Carl Mclntlra N M tt M Newt Cardinal Scoreboard "jack~Buck Gil Newiora*. New* New*; Musle OjC Ballroom Gil Newsome Newt News; Muslo OK Ballroom TV digest with John N. Jones Robert Culp steps out of his role ot Ranger Hoby Oilman on Track- down to corstar tonight with Gloria Vanderbilt in the "live" production ot "Flint and Fire" at 9 p.m. tonight on the CBS-TV's Steel Hour Channel (4). The next Shirley Temple Story book presentation will be on Tues day, Aug. 19 at 7 p.m. (CDT) when the Charles Dickens' .story "The Magic Fishbone" will be presented. Story deals with a royal family, the head ot which is a "working king" with 16 children to support. His youngest daughter, the heroine of the tale, is given a fishbone with the assurance that one wish, .and only one, would be granted. Two NBC-TV high rated westerns, Restless Gun and Wagon Train, now are completely sold; at least for the start of the season. • Two Interesting Programs NBC-TV Channel (5), will pre sent a .special Russian Education program at 6:30 p.m. this Friday. Three distinguished American edu cators—the first official observers permitted inside Russian institu Lions of higher learning will be interviewed by NBC's Chet Huntley. 'The Ruble War—Russia's Economic Threat to America" will pre-empt Studio One 9 p.m. (4) next Monday (July 21st) when CBS news department examines the scope and seriousness of Russia's new stepped up aid program to the "uncommitted" nations of the world. On the special hour- ong report, Richard C. Hottelet. Dan Schorr, Peter Kalischer, Winston Burdett, Ernest Lelser and Howard K. Smith will outline their findings on the Soviet Union's economic progress in various areas ol the globe. Tonight's Program 6:00—(2) News—Hay ward (4) News-t-Max Roby (5) Weather Forecast 6:05-(4) (5) Sports 6:10—(4) Weather—Fontaine 6:15-(2) ABC News-John Daly (4) CBS News-Edwards (5) News-Harkins 6:30-(2) Disneyland-Tbe Black feet hold a meeting to decide fate of Andy and his fellow Mountain Men in the final cpi sode of "Andy Burnett Saga". (4) Twilight Theatre* (5) Wagon Train - Mark Stevens stars in "The Nels Stack Story". Became of his mild manner, a man is called a cow ard, Joanne Pru featured. 7:00—(4) Leave It To Beaver — Beaver and Wally get themselves a job -»»as a babysitter for a cat. 7:30—(2) Tombstone Territory— Sheriff Holllster attempts to give an Apache a fair trial in "Apa- clie Vendetta".' (4) Theatre — Hans Con- reld stars in "finite Next Door" A mild-mannered man gets his chance to engage in the rugged •port of boxing. (5) Fathers Known Be*t- Ftther discovers Maw new rulM when , "Margaret Learns to Drive 8:00—(2) Ozzie and Harriet—Oz- a;ie copes with "The Practical Joker" by giving neighbor, Dar by, a taste of his own medicine (4) The Millionaire—Joan Banks stars in "Millionaire Ruth Ferris". A young woman be comes suspicious of her fiance after receiving the million-dollar check. (5) Kraft Mystery Theatre — (COLOR)— William Shatner Pat Bosworth and Walter Brooke star in "The Man Who Didn't Fly". Story concerns a man who missed a fatal plane crash. 8:30-(2) Sea Hunt , (4) I've Got A Secret (9) Sing Hi-Sing Low — "Hats" 8:45-(9) A Number of Things,"The Happy Travelers". 9:00-(2). Boxing - Mike Holt meiets Yvon Durelle in a 12-round heavyweight bout. . Durelle is rated 3rd with SO bouts, 1 no- contest, 71 wins, 16 losses, 2 decisions and 38 ko's. Holt is rated 5th with 38 bouts, 30 wins, 8 fosses and 20 ko's. (4) U. S. Steel Hour-Robert Culp and Gloria Vanderbilt star in "Flint and Fire". A drama of two people whose love for each other is nearly de strayed by pride. (5) It Could Be You (9) From Haydn to Hi-Fi"The Music of the Quintet". 9:30—(5) Harbor Command (9) Heritage - "Ideas and Ideals of the Civil War". 9:45—(2) Famous Fights—Rocky Marciano vs Jersey Joe Walcott, %May 15, 1953. 10:00-(2) (4) News, Weather (5) Big Story (9) French Thru TV 10:15-(2) Age of Comedy (4) Eye on St. Louis 10:30—(2) Channel 2 Theatre — Anita Louise, Michael Duane: "Personality Kid" (1946) Drama (4) The Late Show—Hum phrey Bogart "All Thru The Night" (1942) Drama (5) News, Weather, Sports 10:45-(5) Sleepy Time Gal ll:00-(5) Jack Paar - Singer Don Cherry, Genevieve and comedian Ted Reid and newsman Merriman Smith are guests, U:45-(2) Confidential FUe-"Kid Gangs" ll:55-(4) Late News Roundup 11:00-15) News at Midnight ' 12:05—(5) Movie Museum 12:10—(4> Action Playhouse 12:15-(2) Int. Playhouse 12:30-(5) Weather Report 12:40-(4) Give Us This Day THURUUY, JULY Utb A.M. 6:%M4) Give Us Thif Pay 6:30—(4) Town and Country 7:OD-(4) Morning St. Louis (5) Today • 8:30-(2) Camera Two 8:45-(2) Cartoon Time 8:50-(4) C8S 8:55—(5) Hjipj 9:Q(Mi) tfempr (i) Tvlwt (5) D&iilftt HI (5) Treasure Hunt 0:00— (2) Animal Land (4) Arthur Godfrey (5) Price Is Right 0:15— (2) Romance Theatre — Joel McCrea, Ginger .Rogers: "Chance at Heaven" (1933) Drama 0:30-(4) Dotto .. (5) Truth or Consequence! U:00-(4) Love of Life (5) Tic Tac Dough 11:30-^(2) .Torn Dailey (4> Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You''- (COLOR) ll:45-(4) Guiding Light THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00-(4)' News-Max Roby (5) Charlotte Peters 12:05—(4) Moreno Lunch Party 12:30-(2) Cartoon Club (4) As The World Turns l:00-(2) Trouble With Father (4) Beat The Clock (5) Boston Blackie l:30-(2) Susie (4) House Party (5) Haggis Baggis-(COL OR) 2:00-(2) Life With Elizabeth (4) The Big Payoff (5) Today Is Ours 2:30-(2) Coffee Break (4) Verdict Is Yours (5) From These Roots 3:00—(2) American Bandstand * (4) Brighter Day (5) Queen for. a-Day 3:15— (4) Secret Storm 3:30-(2) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night 3:45— (5) Modern Romances 4:00—(2) American Bandstand (4) S. S, Popeye (5) My Little Margie 4:30-(4) The Early Show - Don Ameche, Dorothy L a m 6 u r: "Slightly French" (1949) Musi. cal-Comedy (5) Amos and Andy 5:0»-(2) Woody Woodpecker (5) Wrangler's Club 5:30-(2) Mickey Mouse Club 5:45-(5) NBC News-Huntiey ., Brinkley Report Japan imported too much iron and scrap in 4 1957 and has excel. ive inventories. ^ -. SHE STOOP POISED IN MIDAIR Trying to decide feo* to |«t ber TV set rwwlttd. A «•" » WEBER'S TV and APPMANCei brought her back to e«fM>. Ow service u f«»t, our work tb« flnwt. PUY price* mat I»A»OO> UUi

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