Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 6, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Mr*. William Moore Heads Auxiliary at Jersey JERSEYVtLLE - At th* an- niirtl mppting of thr- Woman's Auxiliary of the Jersey Community Honpttal Thursday afternoon nt the Methodist Church In Jersey- vill-p, officers were rlprtod. Mrs. William Moore Was named president, succeeding Mrs. Lloyd Adams, who has held the post for two years. Mrs. Moore has heen serving as secretary of the Auxiliary. Her husband, the late Mr. Moore, was a member of the Hospital executive board. Other officers named \vpre: MI-IK. Charles Mnshburn. vice- president, and Mrs, Clarence Sunderland, a pasf prcsidenl, secretary. Miss Josephine retains her office of treasurer. Mrs. Adams presided and s?roup sinning WHS led hy Mrs. Austin Cope and Mrs. Charles Mashbum and Miss Janet Edwards, About 50 members were present and a dinner and social hour preceded the business. Recognition was given to Mrs. Lee Nail and Mrs. Clarence Sunderland, past presidents of the auxiliary. Memorandum books Inj Fieldon Boy, 11, Accidentally Hit by Bullet JERSEYV1LLE -Gerald Snyders Jr.. 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. of Fieldon was brought to Jersey Commiin ity Hospital at 5:45 p.m. Thursday for treatment of a wound in the left lower chest. The boy was struck by a bullet which ricocheted off of a tree after it had been fired hy Steven Gauntt. The accident occurred on the river bank at East Hardin. The bullet was removed at the hospital and the patient dismissed. Sandra Gaskey, 10, daughter jof Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caskey of Jerseyville. was treated for a foot injury at 7 p.rrt. Wednesday at the hospital. The child Carrollton Pair To Mark 25th Anniversary CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. N. L. McQuerry, who will be mar ried 25 years Sunday, will be guests of honor at a family party Monday evening at the home of Mrs McQuerry's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest TV digest with John ft. Jones KTVl (ABC) t KMOX (CBS) 4, KID (NBC) 5, KPLB tl ftrtd spwlflf report The net has scored rating wl«e with the viewers during the two conventions sort all of the credit goes to the two men. Variety summed it up this way: Now that all the Chicago and Los Angeles tumult and shouting has died down, here's the final tally on the winnahs: Kennedy-Johnson. Nixon • Lodge, Brinkley - Huntlry. On August 22nd KSD-TV informs us that fhe Huntley-Brinkley re- appreciation of their services were presented to the calling commit tee, Mrs. Grace Yocom. Mrs. Floyd Mains, Mrs. Hoy Ely, Mrs. Margaret Madden, Mrs. Kvercii Edwards and Mrs. O. P. Randolph. Mrs. Lee Manning was recognized for her work of milking i was riding a bicycle when she [slipped and struck the pave ment. After treatment the patient was dismissed. Return* to Clayton JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Roberts Jr. McQuerry. son^of the late Mr. and Mrs. William McQuerry. and Mrs. Wreatha Reynolds 'Peters, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs R. C. Reynolds, were ma tried in Carlfnvllle hy the Rev. E. Rich, pastor of the Baptist Church. They returned to Carrollton following their wedding and made their home on a farm north of town and have continued to live in that vicinity. They are the parents ol one daughter, Merrilee McQuerry, who is employed in St. Louis. To LMV* for Duty CARROLLTON - Lt. Col, and Mrs. William Stendeback and children, who have been here visiting their parents, Mrs. Schuylcr Early and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Vallentine, will leave Monday for Nanc.V. France, where they will i be stationed for a year. Before i returning to the United States they 'will be'stationed for a time in I Germany. Col. Stendeback was only recently promoted to the rank of LI. colonel and he and his family have been in Carrollton for the past month. Reynolds Reunion CARROLLTON - The annual reunion of the Reynolds family of directors of the hospital. imerman and G. Ray Pearce. |will be held Tuesday at thp park Guest speaker was Charles!has gone to Batlonville. Fla.. m Nauvoo. Attending from Car- roliton will be Mr. and Mrs. Randall Peters and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roberts and family NO NBC PROGRAM DETAILS: Beginning today there will be no details on the NBC programs rippenring on Channel (5i except that sent to us hy KSD-TV In St. Louis. This move was necessary after the recent discontinuance ol me information. In a letter re-iP" rl wi " bp * ppn at ft npw timp nf ceived recently we were informed | B: 15 P m instead of 5:45. The that as soon a* the current situa ! local news and weather reports tion eases, we will again get the'by John Roedel and Armand will information. Until that time "TV;continue in the fi p.m. spot. | Digest" will list only titles and; CARNEY SIGNS FOR CBS RE-; other information from KSD-TV'V'UE: Art Carney will star in an! the NBC' network program listings j (Ch. 5> in St, Louis. to us from NBC Press Informa j HUNTLEY - BRINKLEY hour-long comedy revue special EX-, tentativelv entitled "Love In tlon in New Vork. An economy PANDJNG: Variety, trade paper. America", Sunday. Oct. 2. on move by the network has prompted the dropping of a number ot reports that Chet Huntley and CBS-TV. Program satirizes vari- David Brinkley are expected toious aspects of 1'amour American papers which formerly received I play an expanded role in NBC's Jin. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 6 Bold facr denotes highlights— A. Scanlin returned to her home in Clayton, Mo., today after spending a week in Jerseyville with tray favors for three years. j\jrs. Mae Nelson. The program chairman, Mrs.j VI*IUng Officer Clarence Sunderland, introduced! JERSEYVILLE •-• Second Lt. Mrs. Harry Edwards of Fieldon ;md Mrs. Leslie Shines of Fidelity Alexander Zimmerman of San Diego, Calif., who has been vis- Township, members of the board jting his unr IPS. John B. Zim- Frcrman, administrator of Alton j where he will report for duty. Memorial Hospital, who discussed| Lt. Zimmerman was graduat- volunleer services arid public re-Jed this year with first honors nt I the United Slates Air Academy (and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. McQuer- incoming presi-lat Colorado Springs. He is the ry la I ions. Mrs. Moore, dent, invited all women of the!son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Zim- county to affiliate with the Auxili-! merman of San Diego. His ary, stressing the fact that their i mother, before her marriage, dues of $1 a year would help thi.s;was Miss Marian Pearce of Jet- Darr Funeral Friday CARROLLTON—Funeral services for Mrs. Alva Darr were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Mehl Fu- service organisation even if they jseyville. neral Home with the Rev. Don- are unable to help with the sewing Lt. Zimmerman's father Is di-!ald DuRall. pastor ol the Metho- and other activities. ! rector of music in the San Diego |dj s t Church in Kane, officiating. Hostesses were: Mrs. Gus Hen-i*rhools. eshan, chairman, Mrs. Charles, Will Gradual* Sunday Mashburn, Mrs. E. C. Vanausdoll,; JERSEYVILLE Miss Jane) Mrs. Rose Spatz. Mrs. Elmer Lan-iCrawford of the Kane vicinity ham, Mrs. Clayton Robinson, Mri.! wl » K™duate f° m tnc * cho01 ° Wesley Carpunky, Mrs. William nursing at St. Josephs Hospital * r * C*.._,!«.. „* ri n *M at Cf T3a*_ Wade and Mrs. Harold Wayham. California Trip i JERSEYVILLE - Bill and Dee | Updike, son* of Mr. and Mrs. Oarence Updike Jr., of Jersey- Sunday at 2 p.m. at St. Pat- Soloist for the service was James Rhoads, with Mrs. Lawrence Thlen as accompanist. Pallbearers were Darr. Frank Clem Kuhnline, Hardwick. Edgar Floyd Howard, Louis Pranger and Lawrence Price. Burial was in Kane j cemetery. fit til sey Community Hospital. ,She is! the first recipient of the auxil-i award to complete her! Plait foi' Ye(ir rick's Church in Alton. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Crawford of Kane and has received her nursing educa- , ^ . . _. , tion on a scholarship from the ville, left by plane Thursday eve-> ning for Los Angeles, Calif., where |Woman ' they will be guests for several weeks of their aunt, Miss Mary Matilda Shephard, formerly of l^,,",,™ ^tog Craw"ford willj Jerseyville. continue on the nursing staff at! CARLINVILLE—New officers St. Joseph's Hospital until the and committees of the Carlin- first of the year when she e.x-! vi i| e woman's Club have been ipeets to join the staff of Jersey; workjng this surnrner O n plans j j Community Hospital. : for 1ne t .j u ij seas on, under the j Surprise Party i direction of the new president, i JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Rol-J Mrs c r kO bert Miller. Tpoorvmr r ir TV,. mn ™\»<, and Greene was honor ^ est at ! The season will'officially start JERSEYVILLE-The morning surprise hirth day party given | , th service at the First Baptist ' * . .!«itn Jersey Church Program Listed u •_• . n membership tea from 2j <R) repeats. H;00—(2i News: Hayward (41 The Big Four (Si Pioneer (111 This Is Alice «:SO— (1) Dick Clark: Behind (he scenes are shown as Con- tvay Twltly, Kay I'etemon, Rlll> Bland, Chubby Checker and The l\.v Three gtietits. (4i Perry Mason: Awaking from a sleep, a sun bather (Susan Morrow) discovers that someone has «»olen her clothes, trailer and an important diary exonerating her father of stealing, and seeks Mason's help in "Case of the Sun Bather's Diary." (R) (51 Bonanza: (Color) (11) Seven League Boots: "South of Bengal Bay." 7:00— (21 John Gunthcr's High Road: "The Great Barrier Reef." A 1,260 chain of coral islets along , Australia's eastern coast. (R) (Hi Code 3 7:30—(2) Leave It To Beaver: "Larry Hides Out" when Beav- ei 's pal is bawled out for reading his big sister's diary and he decides to run away to Beaver's house. (Rt (4) Wanted: Dead or Alive: Josh tries to find "the ugliest man in town" a bride. (Ri (5) Man and the Challenge (Hi Movie: Victor Joiy, Lee Tracy: "Power of the Press". tl943» Drama of ai 7:00—(4) Give Us This Day 7:15— (4i Big Picture 7:45—(4) Early Riser 8:15—(4) Christian Science: A explanation of healing astigm; tism and other eye conditions. 8:30-(2) Town Hall (4) Why Is It So? (51 Land of Enchante Fountains 9:00—(2) Fisher Family (4) Lamp Unto My Feet Moral and ethic aspects of eu neurotic who controls a newspaper and endeavors to,express his crazy views. 8:00—(21 Lawrence Welk: Julie Mapon is guest Champagne Lady. (4) Mr. Lucky: Lucky lends his car out and It is used in a hit-run murder of which the blame falls on Lucky. (R> (51 The Deputy 8:30-l4> Have Gun. Will Travel. Paladin finds himself dealing with an Indian client who has two names and two personalities, and becomes engaged in a fight to the death with one in order to save the life of his client's father. (R) (5) World Wide'00: "Com Ing Campaign-" (111 Marry a Millionaire 9:00—(2) Movie: Rod Cameron, Mary Castle: "Yaqui Drums (1957) A wounded Mexican bandit reaches the camp of a man >vho is searching for the murdered of his brother. (4) Gunsmoke: While investigating the story of an alleged killing Matt and Chester face the guns of a half-wit and his family who plan to hold up the bank. (Ri (11) Wrestling 9:30—(4i San Francisco Beat: With time running out, the police desperately seach for a bomb believed hidden in the city in "The Robert Avery Case." (5) Death Valley Days 10:00—(2i Highway Patrol (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) Mike Hammer (11) Movie: Gary Grant. Ingrid Bergman, Claude Raines: "Notorious." (1946) Alfred Hitchcock thriller of a government agVnt and a refugee girl who undertake a dangerous mission in Brazil. 10:10— (4i Weather: Fontaine 10:15—(4» Movie: Van Johnson. Jane Leigh; "Romance of Rosy Ridge." (19471 Romantic drama following the Civil War. 10:30—(2i Californians (ji Movie: Cary Grant, Martha Scott, Sir Cedric Hardwicke: "Howards of Virginia ' (1940) Conflict in a family during the Revolutionary War. ll:00—(2) Panic 11:.'{0—(2) Movie: Richard Con- tc. Joan Bennett, Wanda Hcndri.x: "Highway Dragnet." (19541 An ex-Marine 'is accused of murder. (11) Movie: Robert Shayne. Richard Crane: "Neanderthal Man." (1953) Mad scientist turns himself into a Neanderthal Man and terrorizes and entire community. 11:55—(4) Movie: Margaret Lindsay, Warren Williams: "Case of the Curious Bride." (1935) A woman is blackmailed by her husband whom she thought was dead. 12:30—(11),News 12:50—(5) News 12:55—(5) Movie: Victor Mature, Vivienne Osbourne: "Captain Caution." (1940). Sea drama during the War of 1812. 1:15—(41 Give Us This Day 2:20—(3) Weather Report Sunday will be broadcast over ' .. n i nnnAl1 " thp ~ v ~ nt when ? Mrs. n. r. • »•„ WTBM TK« »h» planned the event. wnen ; r h a irman of the program plan-! station WJBM. The pastor, the M d M G arrived i nin _ committee ! Rev. Harold Lane, will use, "A , , h Fundp , _ fo _ et the ! nin * tommlttee - r. ci^ A n nn ..c.,ri nn " f«r hie rundel home to get tne Members of the program plan-i One-Sided Conversation for his .,_„_]„ anf i _ rt ._ i j.phfiplrl for - - j »* »T-ii > mn ,h arn ~ c,, 0 rf-,,. Phm-nh' p B utcnneia xor nmg ( . ommlt tee and Mrs. Milleri sermon theme. Sunday Church H - thav fnnnrt a en-nun of* , *i_ t. f „ „„ mnnet. mey louna a gioup 01 < met recent )y a t the home of| explored In "Oldest Man in Th World." (5) Protestant Hour 9:30—(2) Herald of Truth (41 Look Up and Life "Loyalty to One's Family" first in scries of dramas titlec r-ast from WJBM will take place Present were Mr and at 1 p.m. and evening services Rirhard p rough and family, will be at 7:30 p.m. Rev. the programs of the various de-j "Circles of Loyalty." partments of the club. The committee is composed of Mrs. O'Connell. Miss Georgia Bor-l This Is The Life (5i Christophers Faith of Our Fathers There will be "a meeting of "V and Mrs ' , arry ° tter w» «_uimeii. mi»s vicuigia DUI-, (i> faith of Our father ineie \\iii ne d nin UHK "i an d son, of Kane; Mr. and Mrs. nll< , h ...,- p, T r.nhlo A1i«i<;l,« .,„ ,, t . .1 . ^ j >acons and deaconesses of the rh ester Y.irlev of Carrolllon u ™ £ ^ 10:30-(2i raitli for Today , u , o Tu, nn A 0 ,, H Chester tjurl< "> of Carrolllon :Theresa Renner. Mrs. Fred: /^, r.m a ,.» Th..«». -v a church at 8 p.m. Monday, and Mr and Mrs Haro)d the women will quilt in the son Mr and Mrs church basement Tuesday. The dcl Mr and Mrs i Theresa Renner. Mrs. Fred 1 ? and j Morse. Mrs. V. H. Hemphill.j fol Fun-,^ rs j^ j chapman, Mrs. A.! mid-week prayer and Bible , Ro]and ' ClTWne of j erse yvi)le^ i ak " aney a " d MPS- T- K> Ri "" ! study will be at 7:30 p.m. Wed- p , rn|< . Momlay I BKer> nesdav i JERSEYVILLE-TheWoman's: . The Rev. James S. McCly- Auxiliary of Worthy Post Amer-i | loco Kplininn mont, minister of the United i( , an ^^ wil , hold its fami!v ! ^Idfch UCUIHUH Presbyterian Church of Hoff-j pi( . nic Monday at 6:30 p . m a man Estates, Roselle, III., will', he Legion Home be guest at the service at First: Presbyterian Church Sunday at! ('arroJlton 8:30 a.m. His topic will be "The| Handwriting on the Wall."j f'Jgfjg'pg \Q Meet Sunday church school will be ati 9:30 a.m. I CARROLLTON — Mrs. Wan . . Goodwill Truck Ida Cunningham, Mrs. Jewel JERSEYVILLE -- P i c k u p'l.anger and Mrs. John B. And trucks of Goodwill Industries'rews. will be hostesses at the will be in Jerseyville Aug. 24 j meeting of the Roses of Sharon and 25 to gather donations nf I Sunday School class Monday at used clothing, shoes, household appliances, etc. Materials to be donated should he on the front porches by 8 a.m. and must be marked Goodwill. A postal card may be sent to Goodwill Industries, 4140 Forest Park Blvd., St. Louis, and the truck will stop at the address given. Fellowship Meeting JERSEYVILLE — A fellowship meeting will be held Monday evening at Union Forest Church at 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. at the dining roon of First Baptist Church. The de votional leader will be Mrs John Grizzle. The Philathea class of the First Baptist Church will have a picnic supper at 6:30 p.m. ii the City Park or in the church in case of rain. Hostesses will be Mrs. Herbert Harr, Mrs. Ralph Crane, Mrs. James Ham ilton. Mrs. Henry Borlin, M''<. William Bridgewater Jr., Miss Margaret Weber, Mrs. Eberle llufl and Mrs. Lloyd McLane. DID YOU KNOW! 1. Pioio FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loon mod* more home loam to *E. I. P.'s than any other lending institution in this area during the months of May and June, 1960, 2, You ore an "E. I. P. at Pioso FIRST FEDERAL. *JS»tr«nely Important Plasa First Federal SttM mt «U> tH. HUN HO Mill At White Hall WHITE HALL — Members of the Class of 1955 of White Hall High School have its first reunion this evening at Lions Park. The event will be held, "rain or shine," and families of graduates will be guests. Plan Vacation WHITE HALL — The Rev. Harry Chasteen and family will leave Monday. Aug. 8, on a vacation trip. They plan to spend a week a,t the American Baptist Assembly grounds, at Green Lake, Wis., and the remainder of the time at the home of Mrs. Chasteen's parents, near Chicago. Mrs. Chasteen also plans to attend the 20th reunion of her fiigh school class on Aug. 20. They plan to return home Aug. 11. Camera Three: "Fete Four Hands" musical pro featuring duo-pianists. (5) Okefcnokee Interlude News: Reasoner Message of the Rabb Way of Life City Art Museum Social Security Americans at Work Sacred Heart Caucus: "The Farm Problem." (5) Southern Baptist Houi (11) This is the Answer j 10:55—(4i '11:00— (2) ! H, (5; 11:15—(2) (5i 11:30— (2) (4) 11:45—(2i The Holy Land Noon—(2) Family and Children's- Service (41 (5) Montage Home Hunter's Guide 12:13 (11) Make Believe Isle -(5i News: Walt Williams Man Student Tearher Thomas F. Richardson of KampsvDlp is a student teacher his dimmer. , Dr. Qeorge Potter, Co-ordln- ator of Laboratory Experiences, says that 16 Western Illinois University students are getting their practice teaching this summer in (ewanee and Pittsfield. The supervising teachers at Kewunee are Elizabeth Savage and Roy Grandstaff and at Pitts- ield, Rowena Hippie and Bruce Vennard. 12:30— (2) Builders' Showcase ( 4) Rome Eternal (5) Movie: "Howards of Virginia." See Sat. 10:30- p.m Ch. 5. (Hi Movie: Tex Ritter: "Oklahoma Raiders." Western 1:00— (2) Cartoon Classics (4) Movie: Edward Arnold, Francis Raflerty: "Thfr Hidden Eye" (1945) Blind detective is hired to investigate the murder of heir to a fortune. ! 1:30—(2i Movie: Humphrey Bo gart, Katharine Hepburn: "The African Queen" (1952) A river tramp and a lady missionary try to escape from German East Africa during the War on a rickety boat. (U) Roller Derby 2:00-(4) Charlie Chan 2:30-(4i Last of the Mohicans (5) Cameo Theatre (11) Movie: Abbott and Costello: "Buck Privates Come Home" (1947) Comedy of two First natural gas produced in e United States came from • ft-fooi well drilled new Fr*> dania, N.y., in UU. SUNDAY, AUGUST 7 privates " returning from World | swindle, he attempts to reverse War II. 3:00— (4) 3:15-14) 3:30—(2) (4) Theater. (5) 4:00-(2i (4) (51 News: Spencer Allen Inside KMOX-TV Brave Stallion American Musical Amos 'n Andy Jim Bowie Close-Up My Little Margie (11) TV Hour of Stars: Charles McGraw, Marcel Dallo: "Hand of Fate." 4:30—(21 Michaels in Africa (4) Face The Nation (5) Adventures in Sherwood Forest 5:00— (2i Fundays Funnies (4) FY1: "They Are \o( Unique," discussion by four patients of the pressures that lead to mental breakdown. (5) Meet The Press (111 Texas Rangers 5:30—(2) Lone Ranger (4) 20th Century: "The Addicted: Criminal or Patient?" Part two of two-part documentary. (5i Fun Fare (Hi Movie: Yvonne De Carlo, Dan Duryea, Rod Cameron: "River Lady" (1948) Drama of a beautiful woman who connives to form a syndicate for absorbing a lumber empire. SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—(2)' Broken Arrow: Co chise helps a young woman teacher from the East to under stand the ways of Apache youngsters in "The Teacher.' (R) (4) Lassie (5) Overland Trail 6:30—(2) Maverick: Bart be comes an undercover agent for the Army and winds up being charged with treason in "Trooper Maverick." (R) (4) Dennis The Menace: Dennis' strategy for acquiring a new bike calls for his "en gttgement" announcement. (R) 7:00—(4) Ed Sullivan: Ken Murray, Marie Wilson, Jack Carter, Earl Grant, Trude Ad ams head talent parade. (5) Music on lct>: (Color) (11) Behind Closed Doors. 7:30—(2) Lawman: An itinerant artist admits to Troop that through one of his paintings a killer and his gang were identified, and are tracking him in "To Capture The West." (R) (11) Movie: Susan Hay ward: Van Heflin, "Tap Roots" (1948) Drama of a band of men who conduct a campaign against the Confederate Army. 8:00-12) The Rebel: When Johnny finds he has inadvertently helped to perpetuate a court action in favor of honest ranchers in "Land." (R) (4) GE Theatre: The wits of Madison Avenue and the cracker barrel philosophy of New England are pitted against each other when a New York advertising man goes into business with a Yankee farmer in "Adams' Apples". George Chandler. (R) (5) Mystery Show: (Color) 8:30—(2i The Alaskans: AJ greedy army corporal peddles | poisoned beef to the prospectors j in "Barrel of Gold". (R) ' (4i Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Joseph Gotten stars as a businessman who learns that even a justifiable killing doesn't eliminate the consequences of being discovered with another woman in "Dead Weight". Julie Adams. (R) 9:00— (4i Lucy in Connecticut Chicken raising and practicini a tango for the PTA meetini arc responsible for getting th Ricardos and the Mertzes int< a verbal battle. (R) (5) Loretta Young Show 9:20—(Hi News: Bob Lurie 9:30—12i Johnny Staccato Johnny is double-crossed whdi he agrees to guard a valuabl necklace in "Tempted". (4) What's My Line? (5i The Vikings: For ter days and nights Leif must kee] awake for he will be killed in stantly if he sleeps in "The Barbarian". (11) Open End: "World o Music" analyzed by experts ii thai field. 10:00—(2) Rendezvous (4) CBS News Special (5) Grand Jury 10:15—(4), News: Spencer Allen 10:25—(4) Sports: Carmicahel 10:30—(21 Movie: Jean Cabin Annie Girardot: "Inspector Mai gret" (1958: French) A French Sherlock Holmes sets a trap foi a mysterious killer. (4) Movie: Errol Flynn Olivia de Havilland: 'Santa Ff Trail" (1940.) Adventure drama 5:40-(4) Give Us This Day 5:45-(4> News: Tom Brooks 6:00—14) Town 'n Country >6:30-(4) P.S. 4: Math. 7:00—(4) Morning St. Louis. News-Weather 7:05, 7:^0, 7:45. (5) Today: News ca»U MONDAY, AUGUST 8 7:25 and 8:25 a.m. 8:00-(2) Camera Two (4) News: Grimsby 8:15-(2) Cartoon Time (4) Capt. Kangaroo 9:00—(2) Jack LaLanne Show (4) December Bride during the days preceding thr j Civil War. (5i Man From Interpol 11:00—(5) Divorce Court 12:00-15) (11) News 12:05—(5) Quest for Adventure 12:20-(4) Movie: Paul Kelly, Ann Dvorak: "Side Streets" (1034) Drama 12:35—15) Weather Report 12:50— (2) Movie: Diana Dors, Ronald Shiner: "Worm's Eye View" (1954: English) lory of five RAF pilots and their behavior at their war time home. 1:30—(4) Late News Roundup l:33-(4) Give Us This Day «"• '\ Dough-Re-Mi Romper Room Video Village Play Your Hunch 1 Love Lucy Price Is Right: (Color) Topper 9:30-(2) (4) (5) 10:QO-(4) (5) The Telegraph^ T)nily Radio Chart SATURDAY if-N«1M *~w«Atn MO (ft HO) Mi RO \VfcW (MBS) 11* RC KMOX (tJBS) im no RffR IMRC N: Htrktnt . wtik AP « S. MiWtl N: MMOfl MMOU: N N: Afternoon S. Afternoon Hawks BurnM: § N; ftlcMrd K RIcMrfl N; KlcMrd K. Richard R«t. AP N ro v«ti MoijrtW Hawill Ctlls • « II S: Maton MMoft: N N: OOddftra B. Goddard M tf Ooddard: ft N; R Shop : R. Shop ecord Shot N: Monitor Monitor S. Milan S: Maton Mason: N N: Ooddard B Goddard N; R. 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Bt'rtk Protestantt N: Pulpit Radio PuloH Cruiade Propnecr N: Taoernaeto Tabernacle L. Invitation N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club Rev. LobOf Art HaD Sac. Heart star-time N: Start Profile*: Lutheran* Rev, Lowman N: Brunch Brunch 3rd Bapt. N: S Muile Music: S N: Oub 1380 Club N: Club 1.180 Club N: Mutle Bandstand AM Worship N: Murrow E. Murrow Muny Best N: Club 1.180 Club N: Club 1380 Club Ut Baptlat wath. Report St. Fran. Hr. N: Prevue Prevue N Brunch Italian Hr. N; S Dr. Dooley Fan In Stands Interview N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N C. Cradle Georgetown D. M IT N: Brunch Brunch The World Dr. Bamhoust Cnrds-Redlegs (at St. Louts) N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Music Sen. Olrtnm siu N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor ns Hym G. Tidings c. People N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Palen J. Palen N: Monitor Monitor Bapt. Hr. Hymns Music N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Palen J. Palen N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Dr. Pierce M tl Back to God Cards-Redlegs N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Palen J. Palen N: Sost On tne Line Press Meet Headlines E. Canham T. Grant G. Sokoltky N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N; S J. Palen N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor S: Report Overseas Tamburltza N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Palen J. Palen N: Monitor Monitor S. Time S: Time Time: N N: S Mitch Miller »* »» Miller: Trio N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N. Palen J. Palen Palen: N Sl«n Off N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Sign Off .T. Dollar Suspense N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club Kintner E. Kintner Catholics Have tt ii Gun^moke N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club AP N Washington Memories N: Smith Apathy Danger Face Nation N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Memorlet Memories Memories; N N; Cloakroom C. Cloakroom B. Anthony N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club MONDAY 7 M ~ 9 .u 10 11! 12 r. M. 1 2 2 2 3 S 2 4 m * H. Gunther N H. Gunther N Opener N; Farm Vouel Farm N; William* G. William* Clockwatcher G. Newiome N: Newsome G. Newsome N; Day Bob Day N; Day Bob Day N: Gunther H. Gum her N N; S T. Dalley N: Dalley T. Dalley N: W R«x Davit Clockwatcher N: Newiome G. Newiome N: Newiome G. Newiome N: Day S: Day N: Day Bob Day World N H. Gunther N: Gunther H. Gunther N: Dalley T. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley: N Rex Davti Clockwatcher N; Newiome G. Newiome N: New»ome Ci. Newsome N Bob Day N: Wllion Ed Wllion Dr. Eberhardt Unity, nee G. Cantrell H. Christian N clockwatcher N. Newiurne G. Ne-viome N: Newiome G. Newiome N: Walter H. Walter Tello Qutt R. BenaoB N Ed Wilson B faat quo N: Godfrey A. Godfrey N; Davli G. Davis N: Davli C. Davli N: Benion R. BentOB N: Wilson Ed Wllion N: Dalley 1 Dailey N: Dalley Dalley: N N: Party Houseparty G. Moore Crosby-Clooney N: Davli G. Davli N; Davli G. Davli N: Time Cty. Tifll* M. Galnei N P'house Pty, N; Farm Vogel Farm The World Rex Davis J. McCormlck 2 Next Door Rt. tu Happiness N: Davli G. Davli N; Davli G. Davli N Farm-MW. A. Grace Club Newi N: Party P'house Pty. t» ft N; Witt D. Witt N: Witt Witt; N Whispering Sts. Ma Perklni Dr. Malone Mn. Burton N: Jenklni B. Jenklni N; Jenklni B. Jenklni N: Day Bob Day B. Counter N: Burke J. Burke D. W|tt N; Witt Witt: N N: Seller Best Seller G. Wllllami N: Jenklni B. Jenklni N: Jenklni B. Jenklni N; Palea N; Burke .T. Burke D. Witt II t» N; Witt Witt; N N; Buck J. Buck N; Jenkln* B. Jenklni N: Jenklni K. Richard N; Palen i. Palen N; Burke J. Burkt ii tt Burke: N N: Gordon D. Gordon N; OordM Gordon; N N: Buck J. Buck II II Buck; W N; Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard J Palen MONDAY, AUGUST 8 (4) Clear Horizon (5) Concentration 11:00—(2i Janet Dean, R.N. (4i Love of Life (5) Truth or Consequences Coffee Break (•I) Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You: (Col or) 45—(4) Guiding Light 11:55—(21 News: Hayward (Hi Morning Chapel Noon— (2) Reg)less Gun (4) News-Weather Beat (5i Charlotte "Peters (111 Cartoons 12:50—(ID News: Ken Daust 1:00—(2i About Faces (4) Full Circle (5) Queen for a Day (11) Movie: Raymond Massey, Vivien Leigh: "Fire Over England" (1937) Historical Druma. l:30-(2i Susie (4) House Party (!) i LonMia Young 2:00—(2> Day in Court i'li Millionaire (5* Young Dr. Malone 2:30-12) Gulp Storm (4i Verdict Is Yours (5i From These Roots (11) Mickey Rooney 3.00—12) Bt'ut The Clock (4) Brighter pay (5) The Thin Man (11) Wild Bill Hickok 3:15—(41 Secret Storm 3:30-12) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night (5) Buckskin (11) Capt. 11 4:00—(2) American Bandstand SS Popeye You Asked For It Movie: Lucille Ball, Alton Firemen Answer 2 Alarms Alton firemen received two calls Friday, neither of which caused any damage. At 10:47 a.m. engine companies 2 and 4 answered a call to (4) (5) 4:30~(4) John Hodiak: "Two Smart Peo-!a brush fire at the corner of pie" (1946) Police Drama ! Washington and Bozza streets. (5i Life of Riley An unidentified person passing 5:00-(2) Capt. Gallant i Carter's Confectionery at &>& (5) Wrangler's Club: First | State St., at 8:56 p.m. thought 15 minutes in color. Ill) Sgt. Preston 5:30-(2i News: Huywai'd (11) Ssupensevllle 5:40—(21 Weather: Hayward 5:45-(2) Cartoon Time (5) Huntley • Bi inWey Rr port (ID Thn-e Stooges Grat'tou Girl Student Teacher at Pitlhl'ield Clara Belle Ro^um of Graf- on is a student teacher in Pitts- leld this summer. Dr. Gvoi'ife Potter, uo-ordinator j of laboratory experiences, uysj hut 16 Western Illinois University students are getting their iractice teaching this tumnvir in (ewuuw and Pitufield. 1 he saw smoke in the building and called the fire department. Companies 1 and 3 responded 1 but could not find any smoke or fire. • 7' Telegraph Want Ads "CUCK" TV SU1IS for l»«y«M KMOX.TV ChM.4SeM.teyfcll.Jk

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