ALTON BVBN1NO TBLBORAPM WE&N1SBAY, APRIL 28,1959 j* nn turn „ ._,.jinwt tot eMiiwi wwffaffli iitiei miniM W —— - - Oft IHk BtAti MB. »»i£*2* .JH 1 WfiW Tttj KFUO. MOi KMOIf, 'Mfl Wtt," tSMl KWK, t8Mi WOKZ, t»« *M 190 MEO. W6DNB8DA* 8:00 P. U. KSU-New* Jumpte JMka. RXOK—Chaliente of th* Yukon. WEW—New* and Sport*. KFUO-Nswi. KMOX~Net»« W1L—Jack Bennett. KWh—Ding Ototby. WOKZ—New*. Btt6 V. M KftU time MM WEW— V. 8. M. C. Program. KFUO—Song* of Pral»e. KMUX- World New*. WOKZ—Sport*, 6:30 )» ' M KHU N»W» KXOK—Jack Armitrong. WEW—Orandpappy Jone*. KFUO—Bending circle. KMOX-CUH MMM9 KWK—Tom Mix WOKZ—Munlcal Roundup. 8(48 (UA! KSB- Mu »'°< KFUO—Serenade. KMOX—Newn WIL—Sportu Extra. WOKZ-PoIka Time, New*. 8:00 P. M. KSD—News Sport*. KXOK—Freddy Merlin. KFUO—Concert Hour. KMOX—Beulah. KWK—OH *Newtom» flnrt Five. WOKZ—New*. tilt P.- M KSD—Nawi of th* World. KXOK—News. KMOX—Jack Smith. WIL— Bob Cro«by WOKZ—Eventide .EchMl. . 6:80 P M. KSD—f sinau* O. Klriten KJCOK—Lone Banger. KMOX-Club 10. WILr—Sparkleri. WOKZ (FM)—Concert. 8:48 P. M. KSD—Melody Symphony KMi iX-New* . WIL—Muilc You Like. KWK—Mualo (or Tomorrow. 7(00 f, M. KSD—Thl* la Vour Ul*. KXOK-Dr. t. Q. RFUO—At Cloie of Day. HMOX—Mr Chameleon. WIL—New*. Serenade. KWK—Mark Trail. •ftlB P. M. WIL—Temptunei. KWK—New*. 7:80 P. M. KSD—Great QlldmlMV* KXOK—Gregory Bood. KFUO «FMl—Family Worihlp, KMOX—Dr Chrt«tlan WIL—Merry-Qo-Bound. KWK—international Airport WOKZ JFM)—Dane* Tim*. 7t4B P 1 M. KFUO—Radio travelog. WIL—Top* In Pop*. 8:00 R, ,M. KSD—Break the Bank. KXOK—Sherlock Holm** KFUO (ITM)—Concert Hall. KMOX—You Bet Your Life. WIL—Newi, Melody Lane. ens KWK—Gabriel Heatter. P. M. KWK—New*. 8:30 P.M. KSD— Mr. Dlitrlct Attorney KXOK— Buzxy Adlam'i Playroom KFUO . (FM)— N*w«. KMOX— Bins Croiby. KWK— Family Theater 8:45 P, M. KFUO (FM)— MolO. Pat'r'n. f.OO P: M. KSD— Big Story KXOK— Mu«lc for America. KFUO (FM)— Bleulng. KMOX— Burn* and Allen. WIL— New*, Harlem Rhythm. KWK— Frank Edward*. BilB P. M. WUrHhythm Fa«hlon«. — -MWK— 'I LOve a My*t»ry. Bi80 P.- M. KSD— Richard Diamond. KXOK— Hannibal Cobb KFUO IFMI— New* KMOX— Square Dancing. WIL— New*. Bing Croiby. KWK— Malile. 9:41 P, M. KFUO (FM)— Open Biblt. ' WIL— Benny Goodman. lOlOO P. M, KSD— New». KXOK— France Laux. KFUO (FM)— Maitere' Uuale. KMOX— World New*. WIL— Newi,' Cot* Gl«* Club. KWK— Sport* and New*. 1008 P.' M. KSD— H, V Kaltenborn. KXOK— New* KMOX— Meredith Wllaon. WIL— Data With Mu*lc. ICWK— Eddy Howard. 10:80 P. M. KSD— Eipeolally for You. KXUK— Beauraul Muilo. KFUO IFM>— New*. KMOX— On the Century. • WIL— Dance Time. KWK— Lionel Barrymor*. 10148 'Vi M. KFUO (FM)— Abide with " Me. KFUO (FM)— Abide with Me. KMOX— Crime Report. WIL— Conitant Invader. KWK— Hollywood U. 8. A. lltOO B«M. KSD— New*, KXOK— Newi. Orche*tra, MTUO <FMi-rConoert Favorite*. KMOX— Headline*. Muilcal Hour- WIL— Dawn Patrol, KWK— Dick Baliano. IltlB P. M, KSD— M. Canon fling*. - KXOK— U. N. Today. KWK— Oroheitr*. 11:80 P> M. KSD— New*. .Trio. wn— Dawn Patrol. Ml4B P, M. KSD— Mueto. 18:00 M KSD— New*. *New*7 W'tatbeV Charley Stookey. aw—New* Muitakt Clock. 'UO—Morning Call /I'JX—Farm Talk*. Market*. ~ Breakfait Club. -" Newiome. KFUO— Farm and Home. 9:48 ti? M KSD— Weather. New*. TELEVISION IT'S RCA VICTOR OK—Morgan Moedowtl. -*O»ndp»w>» }<** " «vm. •* R* uo— Meaiution. RMOX-WoUd Ne«l. Wit— Jtek Bmneit. KWK— Bin* crotby r»>r \j WEW KMC WITNISS • A^^MM^ m 9 m vwfffvivvw TELEVISION COME IN AND SEE IT 1 . Th!«61 Sq. Inch Picture No. T100 . .$169.95 tllft A. M. MD— Time |M TUHOO KFUO— Hymni tot the Home. KMOX— N«Wfc KWK— Newi WOK£— Oatdtn Bpat 7:30 A. M. KXOK— New*. WEW-NeWl. Mtlodie. Kriin— Mndicm Reveille. KMOX-Wf»ther <nd RoM into Ozark Verletiei. WIl^-Newi, Jnck Bennett. KWK— Kd Wilton. WOKZ— Al Rlehl. )|4B A M KBD— N«Wi ' KXOK— Harmony time. WBW— S»cr«a Metrt Profxm. KFUO— Chapel Window KWK— Ed Wtlnon Show 8:00 A. M. KBD— Time end Tempo* KXUK— Newt. KFUO— N«wi. Salute to Mornlni. W-New». OX— World Newt. KWK— Newi. Kd Wlleon. WOKZ— Newi. Band 8:18 A. M. KXOK— Breakfait Club. WKW-A1 Vour Bervie*. KMOX-Clock Witcher. 8:30 A. M KBD— New* WEW— Oiandpappy Jonee. KFUO— Newi, . 8:48 A. M. KSD— Dick HeymV KTUO— Varletlei, KMOX— World Newi. WOKZ— Weitern Roundup. 0:00 A. M. KSD— Welcome TriveMrt. KXOK— True Slorv B Crocker WEW— Newi, Social Calender. KFUO— Adventure. In faith. KMOX— Quit, Wlb— Berenaderi. KWK— BandiUnd Revue WOKZ— Newi, Stork Club. 8:19 A. M. WEW— VnrletlM. KMOX— Arthur Godfrey. WOK£ — C'n«pei of mr Air 8:30 A. M. KSD— Double or Nothing. WEW— A«k Fr. Lord. KFUO— HUidenU Devotion. Wil/— Newi, Lei Brown, WOKZ— Your Dnte With Miulo. 0:43 A. M. KXOK— Vic Undlahr. KXOK— Vic Llndlahr. WEW— Marketi. KFUO— Themei of tne Afee. WIL— Tin Pan Alley. 10;00 A. M. KSD— We Love end KXOK— Modem Romenoee WEW— 770 Record Club. KFUO— Mu»<o of the Maitere. WIL— Hhythmto Age. KWK-Bandttand Revue. WOKZ— Newi Platter Parade. 10:18 A. M. KSD— Next, Dave Oanoway WIL— Muilcal Memoi. 10130 A. M K8U-- Jack Bereh'Show. KXOK— Quick ai a PlMb. KFUO— Jn the Woman'* Worm. KMOX— Grand Slam. WIL— Musical HUUei. 10:48 A. M. KSD— David Harum. WEW— Stein & Orelner. KFUO— Serenade. KMOX— llosernary. WIL— Carle. WOKZ— Lawrence Welk. 11:00 A. M KSD— New*. Weether. KXOK— Ladlei Be Seated. KFUO— Open Bible. WEW— Shopperi Bulletin. KMOX— New* Wendy Warren. • WIL— Newi, Chan. Splvak. WOKZ— Trio Tim*. 11:18 A. M. KSD— Vliltnng with Vera KFUO— New*. KMOX— Aunt Jenn.v'i Storlea. WIL— Mujlcal Modley. WOKZ— Louise. 11:30 A M KSD— Hun David Show. KXOK— Forcit Park Lunch. WEW— Jmt (or Women. KFUO— Concert Time. KMOX—Romnnro •<> Helen Trent WIL— Freddy Martin. KWK— Recall ll and Win. WOKZ— Musical Entree*. 11:48 A. M. WBW— Market*. KFUO— Melody Lane. KMOX— Our Gal Sunday. ia-,00 Noon KBD— New*. KXOK— Charley Stookey Show. KFUO— Minute Maiterwork*. KMOX-Worltl New* WIL— Newi, Three B'l. ,n ,. J'9 KZ Jo N , ew J! fum " nd ttoeeta 13:18 P. M. KSD— Blng Croiby. WEW— Orandpapp.v Jonee. KFUO— Repose with Chrlit KMOX— M» Perklnn WIL— nhylhm Accent. WOKZ— Art Lund. 3:30 P. M. KSD— Songi KXOK— Hal Frederick*. KMOA-Vouns Dr M»Jone., KWK— New*. WIL— Pop Speclaltle*. WOKZ— Bargain counter. 2:48 P. M. KSD— What'* New— Store*. KFUO— On the Farm rronu KMOX— Bis Si.ter ' WIL— Bob .Croiby. KWK— Sammy Kaye. WOKZ— Meet the Band. llOO P M. KSD— Double or Nothing. KXOK-New*. WEW— Now*, TunesmUhi. KFUO— Muaio Appreciation Hour KMOX— Second Mn. Bunon. WIL— Blue Barren. KWK— Ladle* Fair. WOKZ— Record*. 1:18 P. M. KXOK— The Menjou. WEW— Public Library. KMOX-Perry Maion 1:30 V M KSD— Today'! Children. KXOK— Hollywood Welcome. WEW— Market*. KM. ix— True 1* Nora Drake. , WIL— Melody Lane. KWK— Your Job. WOKZ— Tommy Doriey. 1:48 P M. KSD-Mgm 01 tne World. KMOX— Brighter Day WOKZ— Radio Workshop. 3:00 P. M. KSD— Life Can Be Beautiful. KXOK— Bride and Groom. . WEW— Shopper'* Bulletin. KFUO— Aik Me Another. KMOX— Nona from Nowhere. . KWK— Tom Dalley. 1 WOKZ— New*, HI, Neighbor, 2UB t>. M. KSD— Road Of LUe. KFUO— Muilo, Relaxation, ad. o» Child, auardlani, new* KMOX— Hilltop Houtt KWK— Hollywood USA. 3:35 P. M. WOKZ (FM)— Card* v* Pirate*. 1:30 P M. KBD— Pepper Young'* Family KXOK-Plck A Date. WEW— St. L. U. Serie*. KFUO— New*. KMOX— Home Party. KWK— Ea Wilson. Show 9M f M KSD— Blghi. to Hmpplnee*. WBW— Sacred Heart Program. KSD-TV PROGRAM CHANNEL 5 Wednesday, April 26 P.M. 4:30 Howdy Doody. (NBC) 6:00 Wrangler'* club. 5:15 Vime for Beany. 8:30 The Buckeye Four. 8:48 I. N. S. Telenew*. 6:00 Kukla, Fran and Ollte. Puppet Show. (NBCl 6:30 Showroom; Roberta Quintan starred. (NBC) 0:45 New* Caravan. (NBC) 7:00 Amateur Talent Parade; Ruit Beverln. M. C. 7:30 Grandstand Manager*: Frank Eichen and Buddy Blattner. 8:00 Televlilon Theater. (NBC) 9:00 Break the Bank; Bert Park*, quizmaiter. (NBC) 0:30 Arthur Godfrey and HI* Friend*. (CBS) 10:30 Who Said That? Robert Trout and John Cameron Swayze. 11:00 Cafe Continental. 11:08 to 11:10 New*. THURSDAY, APRIL »7 P.M. 8:15 Tent Pattern. Transcribed Muilc and New* Tape. 3:30 Adventure in Sewing. 3:00 Horoemuklng with KSD-TV; 3:30 To the Ladle*: Run Severln. . COMPLETE RCA VICTOR LINE f Caih or Credit. BILL'S Radio Shop Fervuioa Ave, IWNQIS ' ' KMOX— Heart* In Harmony. 8:00 P M. KSD— Backitage Wife. KXOK— Como & Cavallaro. WEW— New*. Muter*' Momenta. KFUO— Bible, Song and Storr HEAR LOUISE STATION WOKZ 11:15 A.M, MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 4:30 P. M. Till 5 P. M. Each Friday. SPONSORED Qm i*nlM Program Gabu Momentum _.._._-_- -_-_^ XK »^ L -^^^— ^-^.j-,-,*-^^. .._. . - ~_^-.*^ nf .jTjT_ _-„- • i-ini^JT- East Alton Mayor Proclaims May 843 As Clean-Up Week EAST ALTON — Th? East Altoft Woman'* Club, working under the assumption that "a beautiful village Is a healthy village" has enlisted the aid of other organizations In the village In Its "clean-up, palnl-up" campaign, which Is gathering momentum as the days pass. Evidence of the work Is apparent to citizens in various sections o£ the village. Mayor Otto F. Brazier, cooperating with the club, has Issued, a proclamation designating May 8-13 as clean-tip days for the village. The village hoard and the mayor have signified their Intention of putting additional trucks to work that week to hnul awny debris and refuse collected by the citizens In the work, To Pinc.fi THRU On Cans Red tags, which have been donated by the East Alton Exchange Club and Issued by the public hoalth department, will be placed on all garbage cans which do not comply with village sanitation regulations. Wherever possible, homeowners are urged to place garbage disposal cans off the grounds to expedite handling and to prevent rusting of the bottoms of cans. The Exchange Club has also provided placards bearing the legend "Help Make and Keep East Alton Clean and Beautiful," which have been placed In all business establishments In the village. Several large trees, which will provide shade this season, have been placed ( in the East Alton Playground under the supervision of Dr. K. R.. Ricks, president of th Exchange Club, The trees, which were donate to the playground by, Wetter Cartridge Co., Included two pi oaks, two birch, and one gum. A 35-year-old pin oak was plante Tuesday evening near the tennl court. The trees came from th Olmstead Nurseries near St. Louts with the large trees moved wit! three tons of earth surrouridin; them. The smaller trees wer moved with two tons of earth sur rounding them. Parade Set for May 12 May 12 has been set as the dat for a parade of school children which will end at the playgroun where a program will be given Ray Duncan, state director of pub lie health and physical education will be guest speaker. Klre Chief Keasler, In coopera tlon with the Woman's Club, urge all home owners to use Inclnera tors for burning trash and loose papers. Chief Kensler also stated the local department will be re sponslble for the area around the village hall in the campaign. The pupils of Lincoln School with their principal, Miss Eugenl Day, hnve already held a clean up day around the school, will children bringing shovels and rake to plant a flower bed In the wes side of the school yard. Donation of bulbs, shrubbery or flower seed will be welcomed by Mrs. Cox' committee. Persons having any o these Items may contact Mrs. Cox or Mrs. J. Louis Roller. East Alton, Wood River Women Hear Spring Musicale EAST ALTON — The annua spring muslcale, under the dlrec tlon of Mrs. William Buckler, who was also program chairman, was presented before a joint meetlnf of the East Alton and the Wood River Women's Clubs, Tuesday evening, at Lincoln gymnasium. Mrs. K. R. Ricks, president of the East Alton club, and Mrs. Harry Stover, president of the Wood River club, gave brief addresses of welcome. A day in musical kindergarten featuring small children from the Royal School of Music, Alton, was one of the highlights of the program. Two top dance numbers were presented by Bobbie Jones Roxana. A wood wind trio composed of Jimmy Treat, oboe; Alma Kislner, flute; and Gary Cooper clarinet, performed, and a French liorn duet was played by Jack Al- Jen and Jack Ray. The program was completed with .he appearance of the East Alton Woman's Club chorus singing "Indian Love Call" by Friml; "Whispering" by Schonberger, and "The Dancers" by Lacome. Mrs. Ricks announced that .Ickets for the annual banquet of the East Alton club, to be held May 24, at the YWCA in Alton, were* available and could be secured from Mrs. Joseph Glassey. Those members from the local club who will attend the Twenty- second District Convention at East 3t. Louis, Friday, Include Mrs. Otto T. Brazier, Mrs. Florence Day, Mrs. John Hanks, Mrs. Dee Jones, Mrs. W. A. Hale, delegates, and Mrs. H. T. Yoder jr., Misa Julia Kennedy, Vtrs. J. W. Chambers, Mrs. Melvln Farmer, and Mrs. C. T. Gabbert alternates. Others who will at- .end the convention are Mrs. Ricks, Mrs. Clifford Cooper, Mrs, John Tlce, Mrs. Reuel Autery, Mrs. Wilbur Thompson, and Mrs. Herman V. Meyer. The next meeting of the club will be May 9 with Mrs. George F. Smith jr., as program chairman. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting- with Mrs. L. D. Archer as chairman. Others issistlng .her were Mrs. William Unkoglo, Mrs. Grant Hockett, Mrs. Sophia Brummer, Miss Marie Jerrels, Mrs. Florence Day, Miss Eugenia Day and Mrs. Donald Welch. The refreshment table was cen .ered with a low bowl of violets lanked by violet colored tapers In silver candelabra. A small violet was attached to each napkin. Mrs. William Buckler presided at the punch' bowl. Mrs, Bohn to Return EAST ALTON—Word has been received here from Mrs. William KMOX— Strike It Rich. WIL— New*, Here', the Band. KWK— Newi Ed Wll.on Sttpw. WOKZ— New*, Varletle*. SUB P M KSD— Stell* OaUa*. KXOK— Blnj Crmbjr KFUO— Reoftal. KMOX— Guiding Light. WOKZ— Medora BaptUt*. . 1:90 H M KSU— Uorenio Jon**. KXOK— Hal Frederick*. KFl'O— St I. Denial Society. KMOX— Editor'* Daughter. WIL— Tommy Dor»ey. WOKZ— Tr»a»ure Cheat. . 3:iO I- «i KSD- Younp Wirtder flrnwn WEW— Great Book* Prof ram. KFUO— Travelogue. KMOX— Linda* Flr«t Love. WIL— Harry Jam** WOKZ— P*rion*lity Time. 0 P M KSD— Wn>n a Uin Marrte* WBW— Newi. Buyer'i Quid*. udlng WIL— Nek*, Jack Bennett. KWK- NPWI Ed Wtinon WOKZ— Newi, Scoreboard. 4:18 P M KSD- -Portia Pace* UU* KTUO-rChlldren'* Album. KMOX-^Curt B«y. «;30 P M KSD— Jmt Plain BlU- WBW— Hit* of Today. KFUO- Open Bible KM"X~Houi*wlv«* Pro. League WOKZ— Mu»lc. |:«0 P M KSD Front Pel* KXOK— New*. Kyuo— Today in Sport*. OPENING SOONJ A Mecca of Enjoyment , , . where you can we good movlM, eat delloloui uiaoki Md nave a full evening 1 ! pleasure « . , That's right , , , you've gue*ffli , . . tfii Alton's tint ftod ttneit Drive • In Thettire , . , The ON STARLIGHT of th» fiallraad Df^ot, Dads to Erect Building At East Alton Playgrounc EAST ALTON — Announcemen was made at the Monday evening meeting of the Dad's Club at Blai School that members o£ the clul would meet today at 4 p. m. a the playground to assist with erec tlon of a block building, which wl house supplies. Members are asked to meet Sat urday at 9 a. m. at the playground and evenings next week to hel| clean up the grounds as the Dad's Club's part in the "Clean Up, Pain Up" program. An estimate of the cost of estab llshing a reading room in the base mcnt at the East Alton Public Library was reported to the club T. B. Richardson, a member of the investigating committee, will repon the findings to the Library Boart at its next meeting. . William Kaiser wa* appointed to meet with proper authorities to investigate elimination of a moo qulto breeding area in Lincoln Ad dltlon. John Wildt was in charge of the refreshments, which were served at the close of the meeting. He was assisted by Harry Frazier. The group will meet May 8 al Blair School. East Alton Scout Patrols Receive B Ratings EAST ALTON — The Pine Tree and Iroquols patrols of Boy Scouts Troop 13, sponsored by the Firs' Methodist Church, and the^Flaming Arrow and Daniel Boone patrols of Troop 25, Roxana, were given B ratings and the Fox patrol, also of Troop 25, Roxana, a D ratlns at the Southern District first ale meet, Tuesday evening, at the Lewis-Clank School, Wood River. Judges for the meet Included William Groves, Terry Wrest, Otto F. Brazier, V. J. Brazier, and Frank Bramhall, and E. F. Council. The latter served as head judge. ' Others assisting with the first air contest were Dr. Warren Hedstrom, Ralph Piaskowski, fielc scout executive of the Plasa Bird Council, Ralph Gentry, advance ment chairman for Troop 13, Douglas Parker, Southern District chalr- han, Guy Helm, timekeeper, Ray Means and H. W. Flck, recorders, and Charles Corzlne, registrar. The Southern District meeting will be May 4 at Roxana High School, according to Douglas Parker, chairman. Cancel Oub Meeting EAST ALTON — John Wlldt, cubmaster for Pack 13, announced there will not be a cub pack meeting this week, M was previously planned. 6 The Indicator weight for a pros sure saucepan should be handled carefully—never drop It or Immerse it in water. F. Bohn, who has been caring for her father, H. C. Rouse, Bloomington, that she will return to East Alton Thursday. Mr. Rouse, who Is at Mennonke Hospital, is reported to be some improved. BOXANA. ILL. THEATRE LAST TIME TONIGHT "HOLIDAY AFFAIR" 8:07 Plus "BAGDAD" 146 THURS. • FBI, -SAT. Van Jonneon — John Hodiak "BATTIEQROUND" Shown at 8i84 Wayne Morrti«- Jan)! "THE HOUSE AQROSS TMI STRUT" Shown at Ti«6 5II.ECTEP SHORTS East Alton Concert Friday List Programs at Grade School Event EAST ALTON — The East Alton Grade School Band will present ft concert Friday at 7:30 p. m. at Lincoln School gymnasium, under the direction of Robert S. Luly. The program Includes a march "Chlllleothlan-Sentlnel" by Hall; "Salute to Stephen Foster," Whistler and Hummel; "Tune In," Davis; a flute solo by Charlene Gabhert, accompanied by Miss Olive Haddock; "Dante Florlllo," a march; "Jealous Heart" with Miss Roberta Dollar singing the vocal refrali; "Merry Men," Max Thomas "Trombone Swing," Chenette "Slnbad the Sailor," a novelty with Sandra Coppage as narrator; and a tone poem by Flblch. Guests to appear with the bant will Include the third grade lonett ensemble, directed by Miss Corrin Mooneyhnm, playing "Blue Bells o Scotland," "Long, Long Ago," ant "There's Music in the Air." The first grade rhythm band directed by Mrs. Adele Karnes anc accompanied by Mrs. June Gip son, will piny "Shoemaker's Dance, 1 "Norwegian Mountain Dance,' "Pop Goes the Weasel," and "Music Music, Music." The eighth grade chorus, direct ed by Miss Roberta Dollar and ac compnnled by Mrs. Wyvona James will sing "Lonesome Valley,' a spir Itual, and "Henristrings," a Czecho slovaklan folk melody. The finale will be an arrange ment of "Festival Finale" sung by the fifth, sixth and eighth grade chorus, with band accompaniment Returns to Coast EAST ALTON — R.R.S.A. Billy Gene Holbrook, who has been visit ing his mother, Mrs. Ertrie Hoi brook, and grandmother, Mrs. Roxie Graham, 111 Klngshighway, fo the past two weeks has returned to Snn Francisco. Mrs. Holbrook received a tele phone call from him Tuesday ai noon. Billy Informed his mother he had arrived in Snn Francisco MOn- day evening and had gone aboarc the U. S. S. Lofberg, which wil cruise to the base at San Diego where It will remain In dry dock for a month. Later the ship wil sail for the Far East. Deanery Women To Meet Sunday At Bunker Hill Contlnuou* 7 to 11 P-1 DOOM Upen 8:45 p. m NORSIDE LAST TIMES TONIGHT DANNY KAYB "The Inspector General" Shown at 8 :S8 Dennis O'Keefo — Gulo Storm "ABANDONED" Shown 7 10:20 THURSDAY .ONLY BARBARA STANWYCK HENRY -FONDA, *• < ••••*•, AMUNOUNrtNUmON btutlitfctkky lADY MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER RITZ TONITE—THURS. TONITE - WED, • THURS, JOHN WAYNI THE FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN Shown at 9:00 Roy Rogert Club MEETS SATURDAY MATINEE Door* open 18 US Start 1:00 p.m. Kit Carson — 4 Cartopni Free membenhJp card for thoie who could not attend lait Saturday. Children 0o — Adult* 80c »ay June Him "LOOK FOB THE SILVER •I Alton Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, will meet In Bunker Hill, St. Mary's Mall, as guest of the Rev. Thomas Davenport, and his parishioners, Sunday, April 30, at 2 p. m. The business session will be preceded by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament In St. Mary's Church. The Rev. John J. McOrath of Springfield, diocesan director, and Mrs. Basil Hunter of Paris, dio cesan president, will be In attendance. Miss Cora 1'yle of Alton, will preside. "You Can Change the World," a film, will be shown as a part of the afternoon's program. Catholic women of the deanery are Invited to attend the meet- Ing, and delegations from Wood River, Alton and Betrmlto will be present. P.E.O. Sisterhood in Convention at Pcoria PEORIA, April 26, OP)—Six hundred delegates arrived today for the 48th annual convention of the Illinois State Chapter, P. E. O., Sisterhood. The three-day session will be attended by members of 214 chapters In the state. Fifteen chap- STATE TONITE TYRONE POWER DOROTHY LAMOUR IN "JOHNNY APOLLO" Shown at 8:55 ROCHETLTBuDSON CESARE ROMERO BRUCE CABOT IN "SHOW THEM NO MERCY" Shown at 7:30 2-REEL SHORT CARTOON NEWS THURSDAY ONLY AT THEIR BIG-TIME BEST! RKO P'«i«» uy IOUER.MKE sHnur.oauuou KUN OAVIMAW (Uirf-UON B)ML i Mini uMounn.Mwua mi numlmi UUMO mi AXIOMO • mwfrau THtTHWIS.MYBli'MU "* |\ MROTHV duxeani m. uu tn HOOUUO •'ttoici »IS<M.oiucitonncuuiDi) luacut ut» tun siouua oatcuon uiiuit. — AND — ALBERT DEKKER EVELYN ANKERS JOHN ELDREDCE IN "FRENCH KEY" 2-REEL SHORT CARTOON Country Club Board Honored WomefiMembersE.ttfettam Directors at Luncheon Directors of Rock Spring Coun try Club were entertained at luncheon by women of the club Tuesday, and were presented by Mrs. John H. Wedig, president. Introduced were Joseph J. Sharkey, president; E. C. Norton, H. G. Wlckenhauser, J. M. Duncan, T. W. Butler, H. M. Williams, Harvey Reilley, Mayor E. F. Lfhk* ogle, Fred Zimmermann, Jr., H. V. Boehl, and Lou M. Miller. Miller is golf professional and club manager. The women played golf In the morning, and after luncheon many remained for cards. Golf prizes were awarded to ters in the Peorla area are serving as hosts. TONIGHT THURS.. FRI,. SAT, 2 TECHNICOLOR HITS! Shown at 8:20 P. M. THE REST OF THE^ JQlSoN STORY PLUS SECOND FEATURE Shown at 7:00—10:00 P. M. AFRICA Ablaze In Celor! ARMAND DENIS MMcUttd U MolhieMK LEWS COTLOW bt ttw COUTM ol «• Ml BOHARtlD ALT-WOOD OUTDOOR TEL. 4-2114 OLD 3T. LOUIS ROAD BETWEEN EAST ALTON AND WOOD RIVER l-K*' 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY Rain or Clear • ••••••••••••••••••••••B ENDS TONIGHT OPEN 6:30 SHOWTlOO Rip-Roaring Action! THUR. and FRI. ParaMMel Prnnts PLUS , &' :,f^~ JOHN PAYNS '•'pi'' OAll RUSSEU f" ilEKLING HAYDEN GEOROE "C^biir" HAYES DICK f OR AM Mertl CWWOIOR BUGS BUNNY COLOR CARTOON CHILDREN Under 12 AND CARS FREE* • FREE PLAYGROUND MIDTOWN SCHEDULE Shut My Bis Mouth—7!00 Fun For All—8iS5 Blue LsgoonT-9120 WOOD RIVER'-TONIGHT and THURSDAY Joe E. Brown "SHUT MY BIG MOUTH" You Mix'Win in MUSICAL DARTS , Sie "PUN FOR AU A ' PRIZES! MUSICI PUN! Smallpox Liekfed, GeuW Stage Comeback in State SPRINGttELb, Aptll 26, «*) — Smallpox has been licked In nil- nols, but It might make a come* back, ft state health official Mid today. Dr. Leonard M. Schuman, chief of the communicable diseases division, said the only sure defense against the disease Is vaccination every three to five years. Mrs. C. C. Campbell and Mrs. M. O, Wlckenhauser. The women's golf committee U composed of Mrs. Paul 3. O'Neill, Mrs. Nelson K. McBrlen, Mrs. It M. Williams (chairman "little district" golf events), Mrs. Georg» Bassford, Mrs. W. A. Skeele, Mrs. Robert W. Elliott, Mrs. O. J, Knapp, and Mrs. J. B. Walters. I OPEN 12!46—4ro Till 8 Shown 1:10 3:10 5:10 7:10 9:10 JOPEN 12:45—30c Till 5 PRINCESS TODAY & THURS. 30 Days to Live . . . 30 Days to Love! Ronald Reagan Patricia Heal '"£ Richard Todd OOIOTHT OIOIOI \S UM6UR • MONTGOMERY]) ouuuu lillftUTnv Shown 1:1B 4:33 7:55 | OPEN 6:80. WOODRiVER I TONITE & THURS. I PLUS _ Wilder Than » WoU-Paokl "MOBTOWN" DEAD END KIDS AND LITTLE TOUCH GUYS 7:00 9;5Q OPEN 0|80, WILDEY 'TON1TT ^MAUYA" THURS.. FRI.. ^T. "WHIRLPOOL"
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