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Tipler, James Armstrong To Wed at Methodist Church Ferns and white flowers will decorate the altar of the First Methodist church this afternoon for the 4 o'clock candlelight ceremony which will unite in marriage Miss Joan Tipler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tipler, 213 Washington Neenah, and James Armstrong, 412 Broad Menasha. The Rev. Harvey E.

Norenberg read the double ring service. "The Lord's Prayer" and "Through the Years" will be sung by Lester Schulz of Appleton and Miss Marjorie Spiegelberg will be the organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Francis Hess of Two Rivers as matron of honor. Another sister, Miss Shirley Tipler, and two sisters of the bridegroom, Mrs.

Florence Spanbauer Miss Zelpha Armstrong, the later of Oshkosh, brides. maids. Allen Armstrong will a attend his brother as best man and groomsman is Adolph Erickson. Sharing ushering duties are two brothers of the bride, Karl Tipler and George Tipler. Barbara niece of the bride, will be flow.

er girl and a nephew of the bridegroom, Stephan Spanbauer, will act as ring bearer. Ar buffet supper will be served at Twentieth Century club, Oshkosh, for 200 guests immediately following the ceremony and a reception for 400 guests will be held there after the supper. Outof-town guests are expected from Eau Claire, Milwaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin Rapids, Cornell, Two Rivers, Chilton, New London, Duluth, Kennilworth, Bryan, Ohio; Indianapolis, and Iron Mountain, Michigan. The bridal gown is fashioned of satin with a wide empire neckline and rosepoint lace embossed the basque bodice. A full skirt falls in a sweeping formal train with inserts of lace extending the length of the train.

The headpiece is a satin shell graced with an elbow veil of French illusion. The bride's bouquet is shaped with stephanotis sur. rounding a purple-throated white orchid. The attendants will be dressed identically in white Chantilly lace over blue taffeta with white lace jackets. The bouffant skirts are shaded in tiers of nylon net over taffeta.

Their headpieces are nose veils caught to a small cluster of daisies. They will carry wicker baskets of white daisies and blue delphinium. After a week in northern gan Mackinac Island, the young will reside in New London where the bride is a teacher. of. physical education in the public school system.

The bridegroom is employed at Marathon corporation. Both are graduates of Neenah High school and the bride gradufrom LaCrosse State college where she was affiliated with Delta Phi Kappa, honorary fraternity, and Alpha sorority. Mr. Armstrong attended the University of Wisconsin extension at Menasha. Final Plans Made For Poppy Drive By Nicolet VFW Final plans have been formulat.

ed for the poppy sale sponsored by the Nicolet post and auxiliary, VFW, which will start Thursday, Aug. 13. and continue through Saturday, Aug. 15. Advance sales to merchants, factories and places of business in Menasha will take place next week.

Children will act as salesmen on downtown Menasha streets during the sale. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mork are chairman for the sale. Headquarters will be in Eagles hall.

The proceeds are used for rehab. ilitation work among the veterans and the popies are made by disabled veterans. Graduates from LSU Darrell Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Schultz, 721 Maple Neenah, graduated Friday evening from the Louisiana State university at Baton Rouge, where he majored in physical education.

Mr. and Mrs. Schultz will arrive in Neenah Monday to make their home. Kimberly Girl Becomes Bride Of George Zelinski, Menasha In a double ring ceremony this morning at 9 o'clock performed by the Rev. C.

B. Vanden Borne in Holy Name Catholic church at Kimberly, George K. Zelinski son Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zelinski, 635 Fifth Menasha, claimed as his bride Miss Imelda Van Zeeland, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Van Zeeland, 804 First Kimberly. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Dolores Ulman, Bridesmaids were two sisters of the bridegroom, Miss Helen Zelinski and Miss' Rosemary Zelinski. Donald Zolkowski was best man with Clarence Gracyalny serving as groomsman.

Ushers were Gerald and Melvin Van Zeeland, brothers of the bride. Sharon Van Zeeland preceded her sister to the altar as flower girl. The bride was attired in a white gown of nylon tulle with an insert of pleating trimmed with an appliqued motif in the front of the skirt. The fingertp veil fell from a skull cap of nylon tulle with applique forming the TOURING THE SOUTH on a I honeymoon is Mrs. Howard Peterson, the former Joan Tremmel of Menasha, and her husband.

The young couple was married last Saturday in Bethel Lutheran church by the Rev. A. Teifel and will reside at Adams Neenah, upon their return. (Furman Photo). Society Hold Bridge-Guest Day North Shore Golf club will hold a bridge guest day Wednesday, Aug.

12. Three guests may be invited. Luncheon will be served from 12 until 2 o'clock. To Present Topic Mrs. Louis Roth will present the topic "Who Cares About the Indians?" at the meeting of the Katherine Fahs Missionary SOciety of St.

Paul's English Lutheran church Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Clarence Buss, 510 Washington Neenah, A'ssisting hostess will be Mrs. Er. win Schultz. Garden Club to Meet Menasha Garden club will meet at 6 o'clock Monday at the home of Mrs.

P. E. Widsteen, Waverly beach, for a picnic supper. A round table discussion on gardening will follow the supper and members will answer roll call with a current topic on garden- ing. To Show Pictures Dr.

J. P. Canavan will show pictures of his trip on the continent. of Europe at a meeting of the Mission society of St. Patrick's in church the at school 7:30 hall.

Tuesday The meeting evening will be open to the public. Infant Dies Theresa Backes, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Backes, 179 Plummer Neenah, died at Theda Clark hospital Friday night shortly after birth.

Other survivors are one brother, Michael Bernard; two sisters, Christine Ann and Patricia Marie; the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Backes, New London, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Behm, New London.

Funeral services were conducted at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the funeral home by the Rev. D. McKinnon, assisKessler, tant pastor of St. Margaret Mary Catholic church. Burial was in St.

Patrick's cemetery, Lebanon. Genghis Khan, the Tartar peror, was the first to use gunpowder when he conquered China in 1215 A. D. -SPECIAL! MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ONLY A 5th Matching Chair at no Extra Cost SAVE Up To Genuine Duran, Genuine Formica CHROME DINETTE SETS REGULAR PRICE $99.95 NOW SPECIALLY PRICED $7985 60-INCH TABLE A Choice of 17 Sets on Floor LARGE Complete Assortment of Colors Sets Purchased Prior To, or Duncan Phyfe Base Design Table After This Sale Are Not De Luxe Chrome Curved Back Chairs Subject to This Alpine or Crystal Covering Offer. Wis.

FACTORY OUTLET Inc. WAREHOUSE NO. 3 STORE Corner Walnut and College Ave. APPLETON Dial 3-6105 Bonita Bloch to Become Bride Of Dr. Sell in Ceremony Today In a double ring ceremony at o'clock this afternoon in St.

Paul's English Lutheran church, Miss Bonita Bloch will become the bride of Dr. Richard Sell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F.

Sell, 1805 Waldo Manitowoc. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willian F. Bloch, 417 Ninth Neenah.

The Rev. Samuel H. Roth will at the service and the officiate, will give her in marriage. R. C.

Waldo father, will sing "Wedding Prayer" and "0 Perfect The bride will be gowned in white net and Chantilly lace with a Peter Pan collar and long, pointed sleeves of lace featuring the bodice, and a bouffant floor length skirt. Her fingertip-length veil will fall from a cap trimmed with seed pearls. Her Colonial bouquet is a white orchid surrounded by stephanotis. Mrs. Joseph Manago of Milwaukee will.

be matron of honor wearing a blue net gown with a tiered. skirt in shaded blue and a white lace jacket. The bridesmaid, Miss Lois Chartier of Sioux City, Iowa, will be identically dressed. Both will wear blue caps of satin ribbon with fagoting and carry white gladioli and blue delphinium and bachelor buttons. A cousin of the bridegroom, Bud Sell of St.

Paul, will be best man and ushers are Dr. Neil O'Shaughnessy of Superior, Don of Oshkosh, James Holahan Manitowoc, and John Costello of Menasha. A reception will be held at the YWCA immediately following the ceremony and after a week in northern Wisconsin, the couple will reside in Manitowoc where the bridegroom is practicing dentistry. The bride attended the University of Wisconsin and graduated from Marquette University School of Dental Hygiene where she was affiliated with the Alpha Delta Eta, dental hygiene sorority. She had been employed as dental hygienist by Dr.

John Donovan. Her husband attended Superior State college and graduated from Marquette University School of Dentistry in June. He was a member of Delta Sigma Delta, dental fraternity. Notes Mr. and Mrs.

Clarence Hyatt and sons Jerry and Jimmy, Racine are visiting Mrs. Hyatt's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Carlson, 512 Stone Neenah.

Mrs. Emma Hansen, 414 E. Columbian Neenah, is at Theda Clark hospital where she is receiving 'treatment. Mr. and Mrs.

John Smith and family of Winnetka, visiting with Mrs. Smith's parents, the J. D. Schmereins at Plummers Harbor. J.

A. Schneller of Detroit, is visiting relatives in the city. Mr. and Mrs. John R.

Mollen and daughter Linda will leave Sunday for New Orleans where they will be guests of the Standard Fruit and Steamship company. Mr. Mollon is on vacation from his duties as steamship and ticket agent at the Chicago Northwestern Railway. Rita Sticks by Dick In His Fight Against Deportation Threat HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (U.P.)-Actress Rita Hayworth is expected to stand by her latest romance, crooner Dick Haymes, in his fight to avoid deportation, it was reported today.

Hollywood friends reported the red-haired actress and the singer met alone Friday for the apparent purpose of discussing what effect his threatened deportation will have on their romance. The twice- wed crooner has been linked with Miss Hayworth since his marriage with Nora Eddington Flynn Haymes. broke up four months ago. Meanwhile, Haymes' attorney, Robert Eaton, said he was considering seeking congressional help in preventing the crooner's possible deportation. The 34-year-old singer, a citizen Argentina, was arrested by im(migration officers 'on charges violated the McCarran-Walter Act by leaving the country to see Miss Hayworth in Hawaii.

Name 2 Local Lawyers Two Neenah attorneys have been named to serve on committees of the Wisconsin Bar association for the coming year. They are Elbert C. Joyce, who will work on the Committee on Amendment of State and Federal Constitutions, and Charles E. Schaller, whose assignment is on the Committee, Public Service Services. Head-Off Strike MILWAUKEE (U.P)- A strike was averted Friday at the AllenBradley company when the union accepted a last-minute company wage offer.

The offer came about an hour before production workers at the plant were scheduled to walk off the job to attend a union meeting. The 3,300 employes were going to take a strike vote. July 20, 21, Set For Open House at Swimming Program The open house for the Cross swimming program at the Menasha high school pool has been set for the 'Thursday and Friday of the last week of the program, Mrs. E. B.

Patton, executive secretary of the Menasha Red Cross chapter, announced today. This is on Aug. 20 and 21. The mothers of the children participating in the swimming proare invited to see what progress their children have made. On Thursday evening, Aug.

20, anyone may also see the adult class between 7 and 9 o'clock. Mrs. Patton said the latest count on the number of children participating in the program is 378 youngsters. She said that the figure is dwindling somewhat beI cause some are going on vacation while others are getting colds and children's diseases. The adult program has 24 persons in it.

Honor Litho Head RACINE (U.P)-John Balckburn of New York, international president of the AFL Amalgamated Lithographers of America, and other top officials, of the union were to be at a banquet tonight. The Racine local sponsored the dinner for the union executives. 3 Twin City News-Record Neenah-Menasha, Wis. Cpl. Jensen, Kentucky Girl, Recently Wed Cpl.

1. Adelbert Jensen, of Fort Campbell, Kentucky, son of the senior Jensens, rt. 1, Neenah, claimed Miss Betty Anne Cleveland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.

W. Cleveland, Mill Shoals, as his bride in a double ring ceremony performed by Elder Osby Weatherford in the Baptist church at Mill Shoals Monday afternoon, Aug. 3. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Miss Ethel Faye Givaltney as maid of honor. Her brother, Charles W.

Cleveland, was best man. Mrs. Jensen was attired in a street-length frock of dusty rose silk made with cap sleeves and a circular skirt. Embroidery covered the entire dress with rhinestones embedded in the bodice. She wore a white glamellia corsage, and a white hat completed the ensemble.

The maid of honor wore a light tan lace dress with dark, brown accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. Attending the the area were Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Jensen and son Don, Miss Grace Jensen, Miss Margaret Schindler, and Mr. and Mrs.

Phillip Porter and children. The bride is a graduate of Cormi High school -and had been employed as a telephone operator by the General Telephone company of Illinois. Cpl. Jensen graduated from Neenah High school with the class of 1947 and had been engaged in farming with his father before entering the service in 1951. He is stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky.

The couple will reside at 412 Franklin Clarksville, Tenn. outside of the cap. The fan-shaped bouquet was composed of a white orchid with stephanotis and angel feathers. The maid of honor wore blue silk organza with a shirred bodice covered with a tiny cape and panel of pleats in the skirt front. The gowns of the bridesmaids and flower girl were styled like that of the honor attendant in pink.

Their bouquets were of gladioli, pom-poms and angel feathers. The wedding party was served breakfast at the home of the bride. Dinner was served at the Columbus club at 12:30 and a reception at the club was held from 2 to 4 o'clock. The couple will reside at Fifth Menasha after a week in upper Michigan. Mrs.

Zelinski graduated from Kimberly High school and is employed in the Main office of Kimberly-Clark corporation. Her husband is a Menasha High school graduate and works at the Marathon corporation. Guests the wedding from Antigo, Green Bay and Milwaukee. Hold Pet, Hobby Show Tomorrow Registration of pets and hobbies for Neenah's 23rd annual show play. ground pet hobby day at Riverside park will be held at the from 9:30 a.

m. to 1:15 p. m. Gordon Alberts, playground supervisor said today. Judging of entries will begin at 1:15 p.

m. After dog judging has been completed, Rusty Hagen's entertainers will hold the spotlight on the afternoon's program. An amusement booth, rides and refreshments will be provided at the park, Alberts The parade of champions, with awarding of will begin at 7 p. m. Other evening events include a baton twirling and novelty dancing exhibition by a group of Neenah children under the direction.

of Mrs. Esther Andersen. Rusty Hagen's entertainers will also perform in the evening. In the event rain causes a postponement of the show until Monday, 10, Hagen's entertainers will put on their show at the Neenah high schoo' at 7 p. m.

Sunday. Golden Wedding, Reunion, Combined for Turley Family Wisconsin Lutheran Synod Elects Officers At Watertown Meeting WATERTOWN (U.P)- Rev. Oscar J. Naumann, 44, pastor of John's Lutheran church, St. Paul, Friday became president of the Lutheran Wisconsin synod.

Rev. Naumann was elected at convention here to succeed Rev. John Brenner, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church, Milwaukee, who had been president since 1933. The Wisconsin synod said its baptized membership has ed by 9,623 to' a total of 316,839 in the last two years.

A sharply -worded committee report criticizing the Missouri synod will be acted on next week. The report says the Missouri synod, in refusing to oppose Boy Scouts, joint prayer and "unionism," has "made it impossible for us to continue our affiliation." yA Board of Review Meets Monday will The meet Neenah at 10 board of review a.m. the city hall council chambers. The board meets annually review assessments and to give taxpayers the opportunity to inspect assessment rolls and make inquiries regarding the assessments. Name New Chief of Lake Geneva Police LAKE GENEVA (U.P)- Melvin Swance, 31, has been appointed the new police chief, replacing Rowe Hopkins who was demoted after he slugged Police and Fire Commission Chairman E.

A. Trav: er. The fight took place during an argument over Hopkins' refusal show the local press the police blotter. Swance has been on the force for three and a half years. He reportedly told J.

Doug Elliott, news editor of the Lake Geneva Regional News that he can see the police records whenever he likes. The commission demoted Hopkins to patrolman after the fight. Probation for Burglar BARABOO (U.P)- Arthur Berg. lund, 25, St. Paul, received suspended sentence and' was placed on 14 months probation on charges of burglary and theft here Friday, He will be turned over to Minnesota welfare authorities.

Berglund was found guilty of breaking into a Sauk City hotel July 1 and stealing $35. He was sentenced to 20 months in prison on the two counts and then his sentence was suspended by Judge Henry Bohn, Sauk county, Age-Long Secret CHICAGO (U.P) Mrs. Casey Jones, widow of the railroad engineer immortalized in song, managed to keep her age a secret during a brief visit here. "How old are you Mrs. Jones?" a bold reporter asked Friday.

"That's my secret, young man," she snapped. "You can say. I'm over 16 and that I' get an old pension." Beautiful moss agates may be collected freely in the hills and valleys of Starr, county, Texas. High Mass at 9 o'clock this. morning at St.

Patrick's church, followed by a breakfast at the Valley Inn, high-lighted a family reunion of four sons and their families in celebration of the Goldlen wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Turley of South Bend, Ind. One son, Joseph Turley, is: a resident of Menasha, and he and his wife and children, Katy, anne and Mike, are attending the reunion. The out-of-town members of the family are Professor John P.

Turley and his wife and two children, Marilyn and Jimmy, of South Bendite Hugh Turley and and four children, Bill, Jean, Susan and Hugh Patrick, of St. Paul, Doctor Gerald Turley and his wife and three children, Tim, Greg and Lucinda, of Ridgefield, Wash. The only 'daughter, Mrs. Rose: was unable to be present at the Meade of Los Angeles, reunion. Mr.

and Mrs. J. T. Houlihan of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs.

Raymond Layman of Chicago were other guests from out of town. The High Mass, celebrated by Rev. Joseph J. Ahearn, pastor of St. Patrick's church, was attended by many friends of the families.

Three grandsons served the Mass they were Bill, Tim and Mike Turley. buffet supper also at the Valley Inn, was followed by an evening of entertainment and square dancing. Gals Wear Suntan and Little Else in Miss Sunbeam Competition SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (U.P.) -About a dozen suntanned girls compete today for the title of Miss Sunbeam. They were to.

wear earrings, hats, bracelets, necklaces, or shoes, but nothing else. The "fashion show" was to be staged at a nudist convention being held at isolated Oakdale Ranch near here by the American Sun Bathers Association. "Miss Sunbeam" was to be chosen for her "personality, suntan, and the attractiveness of the jewelry she will be wearing." A Nevada man, wearing only a big necktie and an. equally big smile, had already. out a front row seat for the but pooh-poohed any suggestion' he was interested in anything but sun tans.

"When I shed my clothes," he said, "I shed my worries," One of girls competing said she joined the nudists because the people "are the friendliest folks you can meet. We single girls meet a lot of nice men but not the kind who whistle at a girl when she's wearing a tight sweater." Unlucky Friday SANTA MONICA, Calif. (U.P.) Police got George Cross 23, I coming and going Friday. Cross was arrested for speeding but up the ticket. Then he was charged with violating a city ordinance against throwing paper on the streets.

Women Pay Fines FLORENCE, Larkin, 36, costs Friday viet Premier Jet Flew Ocean in '52 WASHINGTON (U.P)- The Air Force disclosed first nonstop jet flight across the Pacific today, more than a year after the RB-45 bomber spanned the 3,460 miles in nine hours and 50 minutes. Th history-making flight was made July 29, 1952. The Air Force will award the plane commander, Maj. Louis H. Carrington, Austin, the 1952 Mackay trophy, The trophy is a silver cup given annually to a member or members of the Air Force for the "most meritorious flight" of the year.

It was first presented by Clarence Mackay in 1911. The all-Texas crew commanded by. Carrington made the flight by the great circle route from Elmendork Air Force Base in Alaska to Yokota Air Base in Japan. The plane was refueled twice in flight by a B-29 tanker aircraft despite adverse weather conditions. Watch Out for New Outbreak of Anthrax, Farmers are Warned MADISON (U.P.) Dr.

H. H. J. O'Connel of the state agriculture department has warned farmers to watch for a recurrence of the 1952 anthrax epidemic. O'Connel, head of the department's live stock sanitation division, urged farmers to report all "mystery" live stock deaths to local veterinarians or state officials.

"Late summer and early fall are special danger periods for anthrax because close grazing on sparse pastures more readily expose live stock to the anthrax germs which live in the soil," O'Connel said. Wisconsin was one of 32 states which had 1,644 outbreaks of anthrax last year. Nearly 3,500 head of livestock were killed. Births Mr. and Mrs.

William Korrer, 712 Carver Lane, Menasha, have a daughter born Friday at Theda Clark hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz, Fourth Menasha, have a son born Friday at Theda Clark hospital. Mr.

and Mrs. Floyd Spice, N. Commercial have a son born Friday at Theda Clark hospital: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Handler, rt.

2, Box 724, Neenah, have a son born Friday at Theda Clark hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie. Canfield, Abbey Menasha, have a born today at Theda hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wiatrowski, Ahnaip Menasha, have a son born today at Theda Clark hospital, bawdy house, Two other women, charged with being inmates of the house, were fined $10 each earlier this week following a raid on the Spread Eagle Tavern by, state beverage tax agents. You'll Like Our SUNDAY DINNERS ROAST TURKEY BEEF and PORK GRILLED PORK CHOPS Short Orders, Plate Lunches FOX RESTAURANT MENASHA 408 Racine St. Open 6 A.

M. to 2 A. M. 7 Days A Week DRUCKS Electric Your Twin City G-E DEALER presents Channel 2 PROGRAM LOG Saturday, August 8 PM 5:00 Sagebrush Theater 6:00 Wings Over the World 6:30 Cisco Kid 7:00 Feature Theatre 8:30 Medallion Theatre 9:00 Wrestling Sunday, Aug. 9 PM 5:00 Hopalong Cassidy 6:00 The Living Book 6:30 Yesterdays Newsreel 6:45 NBC News Review 7:00 My Son Jeep 7:30 Your Play Time 8:00 TV Square Dance Club 8:30 To Be Announced 9:00 The Web 9:30 Family Theatre Monday, Aug.

10 PM 4:30 Eddy Jason 5:00 Cowboy Theatre 5:30 Captain Hal 6:00 Adventure Unlimited 6:15 Bill Harvey Organ 6:25 How's the Weather 5 6:30 Today's News 6:45 Let's Talk Sports 7:00 To Be Announced 7:30 Godfrey's Talent Scouts 8:00 Racket Squad 8:30 Masquerade Party 9:00 Triangle Theater 9:30 The Bob Nelson Show 10:00 Today's Headlines 10:15 The Weatherman 10:20 Feature Theater Tuesday, Aug. 11 PM 4:30 Eddy Jason 5:00 Cowboy Theatre 5:30 Captain Hal 6:00 Adventure Unlimited 6:15 Bill Harvey Organ-airs 6:25 How's the Weather 6:30 Today's News 6:45 Let's Talk Sports 7:00 Blind Date 7:30 8:00 Announced Liberace. 8:30 Your TV Theater 9:00 Ringside with Wrestlers 10:00 Today's Headlines 10:15 The Weatherman 10:20 Feature Theater DRUCKS ELECTRIC FAST DEPENDABLE Service PHONE 2-7962 Wednesday, Aug. 12 PM. 4:30 Eddy Jason 5:00 Cowboy Theatre 5:30 Captain Hal 6:00 Adventure Unlimited 6:15 Bill Harvey Organ-Airs 6:25 How's the Weather 6:30 Today's News 6:45 Let's Talk Sports 7:00 Godfrey Friends 7:30 Godfrey Friends 8:00 Strike It Rich 8:30 Boston Blackie 9:00 Sportsmen's Club 9:30 The Bob Nelson Show 10:00 Today's Headlines 10:15 The Weatherman 10:20 Feature Theater Thursday, Aug.

13 PM 4:30 Eddy Jason 5:00 Cowboy Theatre 5:30 Captain Hal 6:00 Adventure Unlimited 6:15 Bill Harvey Organ-airs 6:25 How's the Weather 6:30 Today's News 6:45 Let's Talk Sports 7:00 The Big Picture 7:30 Four Star Playhouse 8:00 Dangerous Assignment 8:30 Chance Of a Lifetime 9:00 Story Theatre 9:30 The Bob Nelson Show 10:00 Today's Headlines 10:15 The Weatherman 10:20 Feature Theater Friday, Aug. 14 PM 4:30 Eddy Jason 5:00 Cowboy Theatre 5:30 Captain Hal 6:00 Adventure Unlimited 6:15 Bill Harvey Organ-Airs 6:25 How's the Weather 6:30 Today's News 6:45 Let's Talk Sports 7:00 To Be Announced 7:30 What's New, Neighbor? 8:00 Playhouse of Stars 8:30 I've Got A Secret 9:00 Triangle Theatre 9:30 The Bob Nelson Show 10:00 Today's Headlines 10:15 The Weatherman 10:20 Feature Theater Saturday, Aug. 15 PM 5:00 Sagebrush Theatre 6:00 Wings Over the World 6:30 Cisco Kid 7:00 Feature Theatre 8:30 Medallion Theatre 9:00 Wrestling (NOTE: Programs are subject to change or cancellation at any time) Electric. 234 Main St. Menasha DIAL 2-7962 Wis.

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