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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 1,1963 CERTIFICATE TO HOSTS Nealy Schumacher, district scout training chairman, hands Bill Smith of the Steehvorkers a certificate of appointment for the use of Ahel Hall during the training session for den mothers. Gene Rice, 3 5, New Fireman AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER — A new fireman started duties today as the result of an appointment made by City Manager Carlton Laird on the recommendation of the Board of Police and Fire Commissioners wbo recently tested applicants for the position. Gene Rice, 35, 155 Seventh St., the new fireman, is filling a gap in the department created by the Spring retirement of former Chief Russel Pinkerlon. Final results of who will be named permanent chief of the department were being predetermined today as members of the department took tests for t h c post, the results of which will be announced in two weeks. Ervin Thien has been serving as acting chief since Pinkerton's retirement. Rice, who has been a member of the volunteer fire department for three years, has previously been employed as a full time fir- man for the Roxana Fire Department '.or a year and one-half and for Olin for approximately t h e same duration. Prior to starting on the local department today he was employed in the Granite City Steel Co. He is married and has a daughter and a son. Assembly of God VBS Opens June 3 WOOD RIVER — The theme "Wagons Ho! on the Christian Trail" has been selected for the daily Vacation Bible School which will open Monday in the Assembly of God Church and continue through June 10. Daily session will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. under the supervision of Mrs. Fern Matejka, director, the Rev. E. R. Bucher, pastor, reports. Transportation will be provided and refreshments will be served. A picnic and program will close the study session. Serving as teachers of the various departments are: Mrs Lou Belangee, Mrs. Lelia An derson, crafts; Miss Mary Bet! Van Fossen, Primary; Gary Oglesby, Mrs. Margie Smith Miss Carol Sickman, Mrs. Lean Moody, Junior; Mrs. Norma Dean, Intermediate and Mrs Loris Bucher, music. EUB Bible School Will Open Monday WOOD RIVER--Mrs. O. L Miller has been appointed direc tor of the annual vacation Bible school of the Evangelical United Brethren Church opening Mon day with class sessions daily from 9 to 11:30 a.m. the Rev Thomas Lowery, minister, hah announced. Classes will be conducted for kindergarten, primary and junior age groups. Heading the departments are: Mrs. Cleo Hoi lowny, Mrs. George Grouse anc Mrs. Edward Albertson. Mrs William Acker will be in charge of music. Study will be based on the theme, "Christ's Way - M.\ Way". The school will close with June 14 picnic at the Westernei Club Grounds, and a program (luring the 7:30 p.m. June 15 church service when students will be awarded certificates. Jiuiniuage Sale WOOD RIVER — A rummage sale will be sponsored by the Ladles Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 519 Belle St., Alton, Wednesday, Donations for tlie sale may be brought to the church until Monday evening. Mrs. Adolph Fuchs, chairman, has announced. Give your expandable blood to save an unexpendable American., Youth Fined On 2 Charges At Wood River WOOD RIVER — Larry Ray Noascono, 19, 100 W. Third St., Hartford, was fined 575 and costs this morning after pleading guilty to charges of drunk and disorderly conduct and resisting irrest. Noascono. who was arrested on Ferguson Avenue at approximate- y 10:15 p.m. Friday night, was ailed until his preliminary hear- ng before Police Magistrate O. W. Vernor this morning. He was fined $25 and costs on ho drunk and disorderly charge nd $50 and costs on the resisting rrest count. Wood River Church To Mark Anniversary WOOD RIVER — The First :hurch of Christ, Christian, will celebrate the anniversary of hurch, 33 A.D., in an observance of Pentecost Sunday, dur- ng the 9:30 a.m. Bible school and 10:30 a.m. Service and Communion Sunday. A huge birthday cake baked hy the women of the church vill be on display throughout he day. Gerald Bowlin, president of he Western Mexico Christian Mission, will be guest speaker it the 7:30 p.m. evangelistic lour. Teachers of the vacation Bible schoool, which opens Monay, will be dedicated in ceremonies conducted by E. Porter Cstes, pastor. Meadowbrook Youth Injured in Mishap MEADOWBROOK — Steven Wonnacott, 13, son of Mr. a n c Mrs. Edward Wonnacott, receivec injuries to his right knee, a n c Lhe right side of his head at noon Thursday when his bicycle anc an auto collided on Neunabe. street. The youth was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital where he was treated and released. According to a family spokes man, the youth ran into the ca on the crest of a hill. The ca was driven by a Mr. Wagner alsi of Meadowbrook. Methodist Services At Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — Pnntocos Sunday will be observed at ihi Methodist Church Sunday. Thi Rev. Victor Herman has announc ed that his topic for the 10:3i a.m. worship service will be "Th< Results of Pentecost". Followinj the morning service there will b a brief meeting of the congre gation. The Intermediate and Senio MYF will meet at 6 p.m. Sunday The MYF will be in charge o the worship service at the Sunday evening service. Rev. Hermui has selected the topic "Paul's Con tinous Sorrow" for Sunday eve ning. Sunday at 8 p.m. the MYF wil leave from the church for "Des tination Unknown." Monday, June 3, the vacation Bible school will convene at a.m. and the session!) will las till 11 a.m. Daily sessions wil he Monday through Friday anc will last two weeks. Hunker II'll Note* BUNKER HILLr-MemorJal Day visitors at the home of Mrs Nellie Pilgrim and Mrs. Ceci Clayton were: Mrs. Irene Ozgt of Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs James Skaggs and daughter Cathy, of South Roxana and Mrs Joldie Show of Alton. James Wood arrived home I'hur.sday night from New Haven Conn, and will spend the sum- ner with his parents, Mr. anc All's. Albert Wood. He will be a junior this fall at Yale Uni- ersity. 4 Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" i 7 Indicted In Land Fraud Case PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A 'ederal grand jury has indictee seven men from the Los Angeles and Chicago areas on charges o mail fraud in the .sale of Oregon desert land. Postal Inspector R. Severtson said sales of retirement, recrea ion and investment lots were o persons from Wisconsin to Ha vaii. HP said the land, near Burns in Sastern Oregon and n a in e c 'Lake Valley" Development, \vnf alsely represented. It was han- lled and promoted hy the Harney County Development Corp. U.S. Ally. Sidney I. Lezak nadc public Friday the indict- nents returned at Portland May . Illinoisans named in the indicl nent were: Abraham L. Koolish. 70, a mul- •millionaire with residences at Vinnetka, III., and Los Angeles, nd with offices at Skokie. III. David Koolish, 43, son of Abraam, of Winnetka. with offices at 'hicago. John M. Phillips Jr.. 38, presi- ent of the Harney Corp., living t Evanston, 111., and an operator f Phillips & Cherbo, Inc., a Chi- igo advertising agency. Jack C. Cherbo, 37, of Chicago, •easurer of the Harney firm and n operator of Phillips & Cherbo dvertising. The Koolishes were convicted /ednesday of mail fraud and onspiracy in federal court in Minneapolis on charges of fraudulent solicitation of charity funds in the name of the Sister Elizabeth Kenny Foundation. S1U Students To Present Play Tonight EDWARDSVILLE — "One Sunday Afternoon," a comedy of the lay Nineties will be presented by Southern Illinois University's Alon center players today at 8:15 '.m. at the university's Alton audi- oriuni. The drama by James Hogan, ormerly of the St. Louis Post- Dispatch, is centered around the ives of small-town people in the •nidtile west. Cast in the leading role is Jay 3. Grabbe of Jerseyville with Rose Mary Schultze as the heroine and Kay Matthew in a strong eminine role. Telegraph area members of the cast are: Tamara Hutle, Alton; James Morrison, East Alton; Theodore Reynolds, Cottage Hills, and Bruce Schindei, Edwards- ille. Production staff members from he area are Laura Snodgrass, Godfrey; Kay Funke, Edwards- ille; Tom Fearno, Alton; Nita Clark, Wood River; Gary McBride, Harcfin, arid Jill Price, Cottage Hills. The play is open to the public vithout charge: Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — One area resident was admitted and three persons discharged Friday from St. Joseph's Hospital at High, land. No births were recorded. Admitted was Ivy Burlingame of Glen Carbon. Discharged: James McQueen, 1343 Lee Drive, Delbert Linn, 643 Thomas and Mrs. Doris Brown, 304 Olive. Calvary Baptist To Honor Its 64 School Grads Calvary Southern Baptist will pay tribute to 64 members of the congregation who are graduating from high schools and colleges at special Baccalaureate Church. 1422 Washington Ave. services at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Following the services, the Rev. and Mrs. Howard Todd Tayloi will host the graduates at a reception beginning at 8:30 p.m. in the church social rooms. This Sunday will mark a change in the times of services. The Training Union and the Pastor's Class for new members will no\v begin at 6:30 p.m. Evening worship will begin at 7:30 p.m. foi the remainder of the Summer. Al the Sunday evening service, special music will be presented by the Adult Choir and the pastoi will speak on the subject, 'Pressing On Toward God." Tools Stolen From Home Near Moro EDWARDSVILLE — Theft of tools valued at $85 from a residence hi> owns on Rte. 112 in Moro Township was reported to the sheriff's office Friday by Ronnie Howel, 825 Randle St., Edwardsville. Two other recent break-ins in the same area, reported to the sheriff's office, involved theft of $250 worth of equipment from a shed on a Moro rural route — where the A. H. Seebold Co. of jfttnite City has been engaged n excavating work—and a (inanity of merchandise from the Mid way Grocery on Rte. 112 at Midway. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily FIRE VOLLEY AT MEMORIAL SERVICE Firing squad performs task over war dead in Alton City cemetery as services close, Thursday afternoon. Each grave was decorated with a small flag and the cemetery was wellgroomed for the ceremonies. John Allen Writes: How 'Shakers' Settled in So. IJlinois, Then Vanished By JOHN W. ALLEN Southern Illinois University Early southern Illinois had its 'agers" and "shakes," otherwise malaria. For a brief time Law- •ence County had a settlement of a 'family' of the United Society of ielievers in Christ's Second Appearance, regularly called Shakers. The association of 'shakes' and Shakers is not too forced, since malaria contributed greatly o the failure of the group that ;ettled on the Embarrass River in 3 etty Township. These strange people came to his farthest west of their settlements in 1808. Nineteen years lat- r they were gone, leaving their vatermill and other buildings to lecay. They also left a cluster of unmarked graves in the Jocal jurying ground. Added to these ivere many accounts, both oral and recorded, of consecrated ef- ort, hardship, strife and persecution. They knew the prowling In- lians and raiding soldiery of 18124. Much of this lore, in its turn, las vanished. Their story really began in Eu- ope in 1689, with a few dissenters from the established church. 3eing harassed on the continent, a small number fled to England n 1706. There the membership grew slowly and their first church irganization was not formed un- il 1742. Magnetic Personality Among those joining the Engish group were two Quakers, James Wardley and his wife Jane. With them came Ann Lee who was to become the leader of he sect, its "Mother Ann." Ann was born at Toad Lane, Manchester, in 1736. She was a de vout, intelligent, capable and hon- •st but also illiterate, factory worker with a magnetic personality that drew friends. From the combined efforts of these hree the influence of the group ;rew. Their increased activity brought sharp reactions from other church ;roups, from civil authorities and from mobs that stoned them. They often were in prison. Out of jail, Ann and eight of her followers took passage on a sailing vessel, the Mariah, from Liverpool to New York, arriving on August 6, 1774. They stopped in the city and worked two years, Ann doing washing and ironing. -In 1776 they settled at Watervliet, eight miles northwest from the center of Albany. At Watervliet, they began the first successful religious-commun al venture in America. The men engaged in agriculture, horticulture and the mechanical trades. Women worked at the domestic crafts and helped at such other tasks as they were able. All worked in cooperation, each at the task he could do best. None were servants to others. Their days of labor, beginning at 4:30 or 5 in the morning, were long and arduous. For relaxation they sang rind engaged in ceremonial dances. It was from their practice of shaking themselves vigorously :luring dances that the name of Shakers \ya.s given them. Original Thinkers Their industry, application and careful thought produced many of today's helpful practices, devices :ind tools. They first packaged and wrapped garden and flower seeds for sale. They also propagated and sold the best of fruit rees, introducing the quince. They first dried sweet corn for narket. They grew and packaged garden herbs and went to the woodland to gather others. They ijrew medicinal plants and gathered wild ones. Some of these hey prepared as powders, oils, md ointments. From boiled cid- r and dried apples they made delightful apple sauce. Some centers produced thousands of gallons of maple sirup. The products of their looms were widely known. Their yard- square kerchiefs were unexcelled. At South Union, near Russellville, Ky., they grew, spun and wove excellent silk. Their hats and bonnets were popular. Few have ever made more functional, but pleasing, furniture. A Shaker chest of drawers, a table, or even one of their chairs makes the heart of a collector happy. A Shaker woman is credited with inverting the circle saw. They made machinery to plane, tongue, and groove, and cut mouldings on lumber. Babbitt metal, much used for machine bearings, was their development. They were the first to grow Droomcorn and make it into arooms. It is said that they made the first one-horse top buggy in America. (If that be true, I thank them). They made washing machines that sold widely. Clothes pins are credited to them, like- wise brimstone matches. With all their accomplishments one may wonder why, in only a few over a hundred years in America they ran their course and ceased to exist. Their decline and disappearance are explainable. One article of their doctrine banned marriage. Celibacy was required and strict rules to assure it were made and enforced. This left only those coming newly to the group, 'or children adopted to maintain or increase membership. Both combined die not accomplish the purpose. One by one their communities literally died away. At no time did their membership in America approximate more than 5,200. Only 12, all women were living in 1962. For a short 19 years, Lawrence County was host to one of the 2C groups of these strange and almost forgotten people. No marker indicates the locality. For Illinois Proposed Agency's Aim: Mental Health SPRINGFIELD (Special —Creation of a new state code department to be known as the Department of Children and Family Service, will permit earlier and cheaper preventive mental health, programs, Dr. Francis J. Gerty, director of the State Department of Mental Health said today. "Many of the children who now require services in state hospitals could be helped much earlier and at less expense with specialized services in their own homes," he said. "The new department is authorized to develop such services and to make them available when parents request them." The new department will be composed of non-psychiatric programs which are now in the mental health department, including child welfare services, schools for the blind, deaf and physically handicapped children, and rehabilitative and residential services for adults. It will officially come into existence on Jan. 1, 19(>4 and was established by legislation introduced in the House by Rep. Clyde Choat (D-Anna), and in the Senate by Sen. Arthur Gottschalk (R-Park Forest). It provides an annual salary of $18,000 for the director and a companion bill provides an appropriation of $4.5 million for the operation of the new Department. Dr. Gcrty's Viewpoint < Dr. Gerty said too, that the " . new department will provide more adequate attention to preventive mental health programs," a theme which the Chicago psy- ciatrist has long emphasized since he became director of the mental health department. Gov. Otto Kerner, who has long favored separation of the children and family non-psychiatric programs from the mental health department, said: "Improved children's services in the State of Illinois will be the result of passage of (these) bills. . ." The governor now has his staff studying all of them before he signs them. Both he and Dr, Gerty pointed out that the bills also remove what Dr. Gerty called a "historic inequity" so that now the state can serve dependent children regardless of whether their parent were vetrans or not. "Illinois has been practically the only state that has limitec certain child welfare services to children of veterans," Gov. Kerner said. In addition, other bills which are companions to the one establishing the new department, pro vide for a statutory commission o: children and modernization of the Family Court and Child Car Act In the House, the bills drew opposition when they wre votec March 14 and passed by a 108-45 count. Republicans who opposec them included Rep. W. J. Murphy of Anticoh, the majority lead er; Rep. G. William Horsley 01 Springfield, and Rep. Harris Rowe of Jacksonville. But two other Republicans de fended them. They are Rep. Frances Dawson of Evanston who is principal sponsor of most of the ills, and state Rep. William E Robinson of Chicago, a co-sponsor on all of them. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" NOTICE! The Following Independent Insurance Agencies Will: CLOSE ON SATURDAY MORNINGS STARTING JUNE 1ST THRU THE MONTHS OF JUNE - JULY - AUGUST WE WILL BE OPEN ON FRIDAY EVENINGS TILL 6 P.M. DURING SUMMER MONTHS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! CARL PRICE INSURANCE AGENCY FRED THEEN INSURANCE AGENCY STANLEY WILTON INSURANCE AGENCY R Denotes REPEAT.„ PROGRAM KM (AIM)) t, KMOX ((IBS) 4, fiSU (NBC) 6, KI.PR 11 Saturday Evening TV Digest fl! 00-4 Hie Big 4 5 Death Valley Days 11 Country Show 6:25-4 KMOX-TV Editorial 6:30-2 Gallant Men (R) 4 Jackie Gleamm 5 Sam Benedict (R) 7:30—2 Hootenanny 4 The Defenders (R) 5 Joey Bishop (R) U Rlverboat 8:00—2 Lawrence Welk 5 Movie — "River of No Return" (1954) Robert Mitchurn,- Marilyn Monroe 8:30-4 Have Gun — Will Travel (R) 11 Wrestling 9:00-i! Fight of the Wefek 4 Gunsmoke 9:45—2 Make That Spar* 10:00—2 Movie — "Not of This Earth" (1957) Paul Burke, Beverly Garland 4 5 News 11 All Star Bowling 10:10—3 5 Weather 10:15—4 Movie — "Bugles »i the Afternoon" (1952) Ray Milland, Helena Carter 5 Movie — "Caged" (1950) Eleanor Parker, Agnes Moorehead 11:00—U Roller Derby nd of Wa: "Legend of the 'aytie, 11:30-2 Movie Lost" (1957) John Sophia Lorert 11:55—4 Movie — "The Hard Way" (1943) Ida Luplno, Dennis Morgan 11 Newsreels A Religion 12:00—11 News 12:05—5 News 12:10—5 Movie — "Adventures in Manhattan" (1936) Jean Arthur, Joel MacRae 1:00—2 News & Sports 1:05—2 Mahalia Jackson 1:30—5 Weather 1:55—4 News & Religion R Denoted REPEAT PROGRAM Sundqy, June 2 7:00—4 Religion «& Newt 7:15-4 Big Picture 7; 45—4 Christophers 8:00—4 Camera Three 5 Film 8:20—2 Mahalia Jackion 8:25-2 News Break 8:30—2 Religious Reporter 4 Faith of Our Fathers 5 .Hour of St. Francis 9:00—4 Whitsunday 11 Newsreels 9:00—4 TBA 5 Metropolitan Church 11 Gospel Time 9:15—2 Message of Rabbi 9:30—2 Fisher Family 4 Look Up & Live 5 This Is the, Life II Revival Hour 0:00—2 Herald of Truth 4 Montage 5 Catholic Hour 11 Big Rcture 10:30—2 The Answer 4 Way of Life 5 Industry on Parade U Frontiers of Science 10:45—5 Americans at Work 11:00—2 Catholic Mass 4 Quiz a Catholic 5 Film U Third Baptist 11:30—2 Scared, Heart 4 Washington Report 5 Lone Ranger (R) 11:45—2 Ask a Priest U Davey & Goliath Noon—2 Viewpoint 4 Film (Fragrance) 5 Family Theater 11 Oral Roberts 12:15—4 Movie — "Tarzan & the She Devil" (1953) Lex Barker 12:30—2 Pro & Con 5 Movie — See Sat., 10:15 p.m.,,Ch. 5. 11 Rev. Bceney 1:00—2 Directions '63 11 House Detective 1:30—2 Issues & Answers 4 International Hour 11 Church'of Christ 2:00—2 News: Beecher I 11 Championship Bridge 2:30—2 Wire Service (R) 4 i Communism: Myth vs Reality — "Military Establishment" 5 It's a Great Life (R) 11 All Star Bowling . 3:00—4 Space: The New Ocean -"The Man & His Ships" 5 Amos 'n Andy (R) 3:30—2 Take Two 4 Am. Musical Theatre— "Harry Belafonte" 5 Life of Riley (R) 11 Conte Presents 4:00—2 Major Adams, Trail master (R) 4 Amateur Hour 5 Update 4:30—4 G. E. College Bowl 5 Bullwinkle - 11 Movie — "Atomic Kid" (1954) Mickey Rooney 5:00—2 True Adventure 4 20th Century — "Typhoon at Okinawa" 5 Meet The Prew: Gov. George C. Wallace 5:30—2 Aquanauts 4 Mr. Ed (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—4 Lassie 5 Ensign O'Toole (R) 11 Safari 6:30—2 Jetsons 4 Dennis the Menace 5 Disney's World — "Survival in Nature" (R)' 7:00—2 'Movie — "Subway in the Sky" (1959) Van Johnson, Hildegarde Neff 4 Ed Sullivan 7:30-5 Car 54 (R) 11 Broken Arrow (R) 8:00—4 Real McCoys 5 Bonanza (R) 11 Roller Derby 8:30-4 G.E, True (R) 9:00—2 Voice of Firestone 4 Candid Camera 5 Show of the Week 11 Movie —"Tonight & Every Night" (1945) Rita Hay- worth, Janet Blair 9:30—2 Howard K. Smith 4 What's My Line 10:00—2 Movie — "Alexander the Great" (1956) Claire Bloom, Richard Burton 4 5 News 10:10-5 Weather 10:15-4 News 5 Movie — "Gentleman Jim" (1942) Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith 10:25-4 Weather • 10:30—4 Movie — "The Barefoot Contessa" (1954) Humphrey Bogart, Ava Gardner 10:55 - 11 Movie - "Magnificent Brute" (1936) Victor Mc- Laglen . -'• • 11:SO—2 News & Sports 11:35—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:20—5 News 12:25—5 Tops In Sports 12:30—5 Weather 11 News 12:40—11 Newsreels & Religion 12:55—4 Movie — "Love Is In the Air" (1937) Ronald Reagen, June Travis 2:05—4 News ,& Religion R Denotes REPEAT PROGRAM Monday Daytime, June 3 5:45—4 Give Us This Day \ 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 8:00—4 Town and Country 5 Continental Classroom 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 News: Carmichael 7:35—2 Farm Report 7:40—2 News Break 4 World of Mr. Zoom 7:45—2 Meet Your Military 8:00—2 Community Album 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:15—2 Tree House Time 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Girl Talk 4 Pete & Gladys (R) " 5 Concentration 11:00—2 General Hospital 4 Love of Life 15 1st Impression 11:25—4 CBS News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Seven Keys -,4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 Ernie Ford 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Yesterday's Newsreels 12:05-4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) - ' 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—2 Divorce Court 4 Password 5 Ben Jerrod 11 Movie — See Sun., 10:55 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25-5 News: Kalber 1:30—4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Day in Court 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie: See Sun., 9 p.m. Ch. 11. 2:25—2 News: Dreler 4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 Millionaire (R) 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 Secret Storm • 5 Match Game 3:25—6 News: Vanocur 3:30-2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 4:00—2 American Bandstand 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Movie — "'Phantom Raiders" (1939) Walter Pidgeon, Florence Rice 4:45—9 What's New? 4:55—2 American Newsstand 5:00—2 Superman (R) 5 Range Rider (R) 5:15—9 Western Civilization 5:30-2 Highway Patrol (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:45—9 Community Campus 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael . Methodists to HonorGraduates At East Alton EAST ALTON — Twenty-one young people of spring graduating classes will be honored during the 10:30 a.m. worship in the First Methodist Church when the Rev. Jack Travelstead will "deliver the sermon, "Life's Major Steps", as his message to the graduates. Church school will be held at 9:30 a.m. Meetings of the Youth Fellowships are scheduled for 6:15 p.m. followed by the 7:30 p.m. worship. The new year of the church will open with a meeting of the official board at 8:30 p.m. A general planning meeting of officers and women's organizations of the church will be held Thursday. Hit and Run Driver EAST ALTON — An automobile drove off after colliding with another car on St. Louis Avenue Friday at 11:15 p.m., police reported. Geraldine Steffensen, 55, 122 N. Ninth, Wood River, said her car was struck when the hit and run vehicle pulled in front of her. Both cars were reported to have been traveling east on St. Louis Avenue. 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