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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1963 Tuesday Evening TV Digest (R) Denotes REPEAT program KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KPLR 11 6:00—2 4 5 News 9 Beyond the Earth 11 Thror Stooges 6:10—-4 5 Weather 6:15—2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: Cronkite 5 Huntley-Brinkley 11 Rocky & his Friends 6:30—2 Combat (R) 4 Marshal Dillon (R) 5 Larawir (K) 9 TV College D People Are Funny 7tOO—4 Lloyd Bridges (R) 9 To Speak With Friends 11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30—2 Hawaiian Eye 4 Red Skellon (R) 5 Empire (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 Conte Presents (R) 8:00—9 What's New? 8:30—2 Untouchables (R) 4 Jack Brtmy 5 Dick Powell (R) 9 Birth Control 11 Dr. Christian 0:00—4 Garry Moore 11 Mo\-ie — "Suspect" (1945) Charles Laughton, Ella Raines 9:30—2 Close Up 5 Huntley Reports 9 Playrighl at Work 10:00—2 4 5 News 9 Face of Sweden 10:10—2 4 5 Weather 10:15—2 Steve Allen 4 Eye on St. Louis 5 Johnny Carson 10:30—4 Movie — "The Sainte Sisters" (194S) Veronica Lake Joan Cnulfield. 10:45—11 Movie — "Song Parade (19.iO) John Carroll 11:45—2 Dragnet (R) 12:00—5 Tonight in St. LflUls 12:10—4 Movie — "Hold Tha Kiss" (1937) Maureen O'SulIi van, Dennis O'Keefe 12:15—2 News & Sports 12:30—5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Weather 11 Nowsrecls & Religion 1:40—-1 News £ Religion FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lul Wednesday Daytime, June 5 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6;Oft-4 Town and Country 5 Continental Classroom 6:30—4 p.s. 4 7:0o—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 1 World of Mr. Zoom 7:45—2 Camera Two 8:00—2 Community Album 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:15—2 Tree House Time 8:00—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 10:55—2 News: Jim Brady 11:00—2 General Hospital 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Townsend 11:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Search ior Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences H:45_4 Guiding Light Pay TV Networks Tribute To Pope John By CYNTHIA LOWKY AP Television-Badio Writer NEW YORK (AP)—The three major television networks paid reverent tribute to Pope John XXIII with special program Monday night. Although he was credited with "creating a new image of tb papacy," and his official achieve ments were stressed in each program they all emphasized th< kindly, gentle qualities that mad him the most beloved Pope o modern times. All networks obviously had ac cess to the same picture materia so there was much duplication in the three programs. There were films of the Pop> visiting a children's ward in a hospital with delightful closeup of the expressions on the face of the children and the smiling old man. He was shown visiting prisoners in a Roman jail, explaining that "because you could not come to see me, I came to see you." But it was ABC which had the most revealing film clip—a warm and wonderful moment when its correspondent, John Casserly, greeted the Pope formally and the spiritual ruler of half' a billion Catholics responded by asking him the names of his chidren. 11:55-5 Noon—2 4 5 12:05—4 5 Scherer Tues., 1:30-4 5 2:00-2 4 5 2:30-2 4 5 5 3:25-5 3:30-2 4 4 5 NBC News: Ernie Ford News-Weather: Roby News: Jim Burke My Little Margie (R) Charlotte Peters 11 Yesterday's Newsreelf 2:30—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 10:45 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber House Party The Doctors Day in Court To Tell the Truth Loretta Young (R) 2:15-11 Movie - See Tues., 9 p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—2 News: Dreier News: Edwards Jane Wyman (R) Millionaire (R) You Don't Say 3:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 Secret Storm Match Game News: Vanocur Who Do You Trust? Edge of Night 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 4:00—2 American Bandstand SS Popeye Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges 4:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Movie — "It's a Wonder ful World" (1938) Claudette Colbert, James Stewart 4:45—9 What's New? 4:55—2 American Newsstand 5:00—2 Superman (R) 5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:15—9 Western Civilization 5:30—2 Highway Patrol (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) —11 Deputy Dawg 5:45—9 Community Campus 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael Alfeld Market at Carrollton Sold CARROLLTON — Alfeld IGA Super Market located on the eas side of Carrollton public square has been sold to Sam Anderson and Ray Tarzwell, both of Jack sonville, and they took over the management Monday. The store will be known in the future, a Carrollton Foods Store. The Alfeld Market is one of thi few remaining .home ownec stores under home managemen which clustered around the Car rolllon square some 29 years ag< when the late J. S. Alfeld firs came to Carrollton and openec his original store. The origina market was bought from Ray Pe gram in October, 1934, and th store was moved to it's presen location in the Horn building ii May, 1947. Following the death of the lat J. S. Alfeld, his son, J. F. A •haplain of Daughters. Receiving Irumnicl, Joan Vandersand, Den- lie Pranger, Kaydean Becker, Bettina Camden, Phyllis Schmidt, 'etty Kerkhoff, Janet Mae Wail:us, Jeanne Ann Thien, Cheryll liemer, Jeanette Beiermann, dary Ann Tepen and Cathy itaples. The group was entertained at tea in St. John's School Hall, vith Miss Peggy Schnelt and Miss 3oris Caffery presiding at the ea table. Family Dinner CARROLLTON — Mrs. John lonrad of St. Petersburg Beach, 'la., and her daughter, Mrs. Almeda Hotchskin of Los Angeles, Calif., were guests of honor at a amily dinner given Sunday at the ome of Mrs. Conrad's son and ABC, determined to re-launch j f e id, now Carrollton postmastei next season the once-popular and big-money quiz show, is now involved in plans to demonstrate- hopefully conclusively—that the program, "100 Grand" is positively rig proof and tamper proof. Nobody seems to know much about the show except its producers, and they aren't talking—yet. There are rumors that the contestants will ask each other questions and reports the show will travel from city to city. At any rate, ABC plans a "major news conference" within the next few weeks to explain all. Meanwhile, a search has started for future contestants eager to pick up the top prize of $100,000. The show invites people who feel they "know everything about something" to write letters of application. (Betty Clark, Box 467, New York 36, N.Y., if you know everything about something.) Impressive letters will result in telephone calls to the writers who will be asked 10 questions on the subject of his alleged expertise. Those passing the original test will undergo further, more exhaustive examinations. Recommended tonight: "The Kremlin," NBC 6:30-7:30 (CDT)- re-broadcast of the handsome color program filmed inside the walls of the Soviet seat of power; "Evaluation of the pontificate of John XXIII," NBC 7:30-8:30 special memorial telecast. 1 "Don't think of it as Junior's homework, Hon just consider it adult education." Marian Awards Are Presented At Carrollton CARROLLTON — Marian awards were presented to the Junior Catholic Daughters of America at a ceremony which ollowed the Ceremony of Roses Sund;iy a( 2:30 p.m. at St. John's Catholir Church. The award pins were presented by the Rev. Louis Schlangen, assistant p;islor of the church and the Junior Catholic awards were Mary aughter-in-law, Calvin Conrad. Mr. and Mrs. Others present •ere Mr. and Mrs. Clair Carmo- y, Vincent Carmody, Mr. and /Irs. Joseph Conrad and children, nd K. B. Mehl of Carrollton, Mr. .nd Mrs. Wayne Conrad of Jer- eyville, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Conrad and Mr. and Mrs. Edward leming and daughter of Godrey. Honored on Birthday CARROLLTON — Mrs. Kieth Gerberding entertained Saturday afternoon at her home in celebration of the 4th birthday of her daughter, Susan. Present were the child's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mathiak of Detroit, Mich., Karen, Reifsteck, Linda Reifsteck, Brian Reifsteck, Nathan Rolens, Natalie Rolens, Mrs. Darwin Rolens and Mrs. Jamei Reifsteck. Notices in Mail CARROLLTON — Jesse Hires, Greene county treasurer stalec Monday that the county tax notices were being placed in the mail Monday and that the taxes are due and payable during June and that the delinquent date for the payment of personal taxes is July 6. For the convenience ol the payers the treasurer's office will be open Saturday morning July 6. Marriage Licenses CARROLLTON — Three marriage licenses were issued during the weekend at the office of Richard McLane, county clerk. One was issued May 31 to Ronald Carter of Carrollton and Miss Mary Summers of Wheaton. Two were issued June 1, one to Randall R. Gilmoro and Miss Betty Edwards of Roodhouse and one to George Strecker of East St. Louis and Miss Hazel Sharon Day Homemakers Plan Play Day June 7 JERSEYVILLE - The membership drive of the Jersey County Homemakers Extension Service, which has been in progress the past few months, ended June 1 and 40 new members have been added to the roster. The "Sign Her Up" team of which Mrs. Steve Charow was captain, won the contest having secured more members than their opposing team "Go Getters" of which Mrs. Ray Well was captain. All members in Homemakers Extension will be participants in a "Play Day" to be held at the Lions Playground in Jerseyville June 7 beginning at 10:30 a.m. At this time new members will be honored as will the unit signing the most new members. Members of the losing team in the contest are to bring the food for the occasion. There will be all kinds of games, horse shoes, badminton, baseball, box hockey, volley ball, card games, and other interesting recreation. Leave for Colorado Springs JERSEYVILLE — Maj. Eugene McFain and son, Michael, returned Friday to Colorado Springs, Colo,., where the former is stationed. Mrs. McFain will return to Colorado Springs in about a week and will be ac- compannied by her father, Hugh Roberts, who will visit with the McFains. Mike McFain who was graduated this year from St. Gregory's School in Shawnee, Okla., is planning on attending Regis College in Denver, Colo. The McFains were called to Jerseyville by the deaths of Mrs. McFain's mother, Mrs Hugh Roberts, and her uncle, Charles E. Fuches, who were fatally injured in an automobile accident in St. Louis May 9. Training School JERSEYVILLE — There will be a local leaders' training school for the Jersey County Homemakers Extension Service on June 6 at the Farm Bureau Building. Miss Geraldine Acker of the State Extension Service w i 1 '. present the lesson on "Dairy Food Demonstration" for the July lesson. By BOB POOS GRANITE CITY, 111. (AP) — Bob Lear never makes a mistake when he's out on the job. If he ever does, there will be no more Bob Lear. Lear is first sergeant of the 50th Ordinance Detachment, Explosive Disposal, at the Granite City Army Depot. The seven men in this unit are qualified to work with explosives ranging from black powder to nuclear bombs. The ,50th is one of several units that play watchdog over explosives throughout the United States. This unit is responsible 'or the southern half of Illinois and the eastern one-third of Missouri. They call themselves ED men and almost all are Regular Army, n to stay with considerable train* ing and service already behind hem. Their first training is a 19- week school at Indianhead, Md., with periodic refresher courses there. Mainly they learn to work with he more deadly weapons of war such as poison gas, conventional high explosives and nuclear and thermonuclear devices. Nuclear Shipments They watch over shipments of nuclear weapons that pass hrough their assigned area. But hey also go out whenever there s a civilian bombing or explosion. of White Hall. On Trip to Japan took over the management an continued in the business for 2 years before selling out this pas week. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs William Norris Jr., of Greenfiel are parents of a daughter borr Saturday at Boyd Memorial Hos pital. Admitted to the hospital Sun day for .surgery were Richard Ru Ion of Kampsville and Miss San dra Holwerrla of Jerseyville. Ad-i ln( , i atf> milted Sunday as medical pa-j h ,. ld \ h(> position of prPs j ( i ( , n t of tionts wore Charles Wayne Bick| mc i oua ] \ Ml ^_ CARROLLTON — Douglas and Stephen Gray of Havelock, N.C. who spent Saturday night here will their grandmother, Mrs. Delhert Driver, left Sunday by plane for San Francisco, Calif., where they will join their father, Lt. Col. Gordon E. Gray, on a month's trip to Japan. They came to Carrollton with their grandmother, Mrs, Driver, and their aunt, Mrs. Meda Dowdall, who were returning home from a visit to Havelock with Mrs. Driver's daughter, Mrs. Vivian Gray. Hank Director CARROLLTON — Miss Julia Pierson was recently elected a director of Greene Countv Nwlion- weekend with Mrs. Farnsworth's father, L. M. Dowdall. While here they attended a Carrollton High School alumni banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCarthy of Augusta, Me., arrived here Sunday, being called by the death of McCarthy's brother, Edward Joseph McCarthy. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moon of Shelbyville were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Finice Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Berger ancf children of Trenton and Mr and Mrs. Carroll Walker and sons of Rockbridge were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Price. Jerry Vandersand, a student at Mississippi State University at Starkville, is spending the summer with his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. William Vandersand. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mathiak of Detroit, Mich., returned home Monday after a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, t h e Rev. and Mrs. Kieth Gerberding. Kent Keeley of Shreveport, La., is spending a few weeks with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Keeley. Larry Mettler, band director of Carrollton High School, will spend a part of the summer in High- One Slip and Boom Granite City Soldiers Deal With Bombs, Explosives, Atomic Arms Explains 1st Lt. Bud) Henry, unit Addison B. commander, 'An awful lot of our military work is classified. Everybody in he unit has high security clearance. "As far as the civilian business s concerned, we aren't qualified nvestigators. We just turn our indings over to the police agencies and let them take it from here. Whatever is to be told the public has to come through them." "It's no secret," Lt. Henry said, "It's no secret, Lt. Henry said, 'that shipments - of nuclear de/ices are sent around the coun- ry. And there are only a few vays they can be moved: mainly by highway, air or rail. Whenever you have this you're going to have incidents, blowouts truck tires, train derailments, air crashes." He said, "Working with damaged nuclear devices is the job of explosive disposal men. We are another safety measure in the system that has reduced the probability of an unwanted nuclear detonation to almost zero." These men are frequently called out to check reports of hidden bombs in office buildings — or in schools. Although the 50th has checked scores of schools it has yet to find a bomb in one. In a Fix "But it puts us in a devil of a fix," said Sgt. Lear. "Generally it's just some kids who want a half-day out of classes. But we never say there was no bomb there. We just report that we did not find one." Working on the civilian incidents, says Lt. Henry, is excellent practical training but probably the most hazardous thing not find one." "You don't know what you have to cope with until you get there and then the work was generally done by relative amateurs," he said. "You have too many unknown quantities." The lieutenant recalled one hair-raising incident Sgt. Lear handled in St. Louis county not too long ago. Someone had found an old bunker that apparently had been used of Hillview, and Miss Gertrude Arnold of Greenfield. Admitted Monday as medical patients were Verne Woods of Greenfield and Truman Shaw Jr., of Carrollton. Dismissed Sunday were Mrs. Myrtle Ashford of Greenfield and Miss Karen Young of Rockbridge. Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Myrtle Dickinson, Mrs. Alfreda Steinacher and daughter and Mrs. Mary Loyet of Carrollton; Charles Wayne Bick of Hillview and Miss Margaret Schofield of Eldred. On Winning Team CARROLLTON - Robert Butler and his son, Kenneth Butler, both members of the Prop Kickers Club, were on the winning team Sunday afternoon at t h e dub dog races held at Jacksonville Airport. , .and with his parents, Mr. and to succeed her father. J M| . S A(vin Mett i cr . He a | so plans S. K. Pin-son, who also !(o vaf . alion ,„ California. Former 1'astor Visit* Here The Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Thomas of IMS Angeles, Calif., were guests last week of Miss N i t a Ford. The Rev. Thomas is a for- Currollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Byron Ciller returned to her home in Chicago Sunday after spending the Memorial Day holiday with her sister, Mrs. P. A. Daum Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Farnsworth of Gibson City spent the mer pastor of the local First Baptist Church. VIENNA — Austria exports are rising faster than her imports. SANDY BEACH Hours: 10 A.M. to 8 I'.M. Every Day * PICNICKING * SWIMMING * CONCESSIONS All Kinds of Sandwiches, Soft Drinks, Ice Cream One Mile East of Bethalto, Or Turn North Off Rt. 140 At Meadowbrook. Watch for Signs. Swimming Instructions beginning June 17th For Information, Cull HO 2-0808 AdultH 50c» Children, 6 to 12, 2Be» Under 6 free with adulti for dynamite storage. "It was too," said Lt. Henry. "It had been a WPA project and a big batch of dynamite had been sitting there since the 1930s. All the nitroclycerin had leaked out and was in a big crystalized pool on the floor.' Sgt. Lear got rid of the f reign t- ening mess by burning it out, diuigerous but the best way. Another time, up in Farmer City in central Illinois, somebody tried to undo the work of a sewer contractor with a suitcase full of dynamite. A sergeant of the 50th, alerted after local authorities found out, had, to crawl down a deep manhole, wriggle over to the suitcase and remove the key STARLIGHT =;• «IOUII144. «OUM4 AVI - MION. K1WM * Boxoftlce Opens ut 7iOQ LAST TIMK TONITK Walt DUnoy's "SON OF FLUBBER" Plus GLENN FORD us "The Fastest Gun Alive" Starts Wed, for 1 Week HOWARD KEEL- NICOLE MAURET JANETTE SCOTT • to Color PLUS !JNI) FEATURE PAYROLL Mrs. George Koster of Jerseyville will be honored at an open house on June 9 at their home, 517 West Pearl St., in celebra ion of their 25th wedding anniversary. Reception hours will be from 1 to 4 p.m. The observance is being planned by the Rosters' daughters, VIrs. Conrad seyville and NO SECOND CHANCE GEANITE CITY — Bob Lear examines World War I shell. Owner of the souvenir asked his 50th Ordnance Detachment bomb squad to get rid of it. Lean found it contained explosives. (AP Wirephoto) dynamite stick with cap and fuse. Burned Out For some reason, the fuse had burned out only inches away from the cap. The sergeant lugged outt the 67 sticks of dynamite and handed them over to state police. Later they were des- ;royed. About the only time these detachments seek publicity is when they're conducting a drive to get dangerous stuff out of the hands of people who don't know what they've got. One such drive was conducted n the St. Louis area in 1958 and Jie explosives disposal men gathered in 7% tons of explosive material. Items that could be deactivated without danger to the :eam were fixed and returned to :he owners as souvenirs. The rest went up with a bang. Similar drives are conducted by teams periodically around the United States. Almost always they dredge up such items as live Civil War cannon shells or loaded World War II aerial bombs. $135 Profit From Supper At Grafton GRAFTON — The fish supper sponsored by the Crusaders Class of the Methodist Church Saturday evening netted the class $135. California Visitors GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Todd Baley and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hihhins, who were en route from a vacation trip in Canada to their home in Fresno, Calif., visited from Thursday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mears of St. Louis were guests Saturday at the Overmeyer home. Go to Germany GRAFTON — Mrs. Dorothy O'Donnel and her granddaughter, Miss Cindy O'Donnel, went to Chicago Saturday, where they left by plane for Kiserslatern, Germany, where they will visit the former's daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth O'Donnel, who is a teacher at the Ramstein Dependent School at Kiserslatern. Grafton Notes GRAFTON - Mr. and Mrs. Everette Fry were called to Cape Girardeau, Mo. Friday by t h e death of the latter's sisters, Mrs. Herbert Goss. Mrs. Bernard Saavedra and three children of Chicago arrived Saturday for a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Plummer. They were accompanied to Grafton by Dr. Saavedra, who returned to Chicago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Baxter returned home Sunday evening from Springfield where they spent Drew Family Has Reunion at Shipman SHIPMAN — James Drew was elected president at the annua Drew reunion Sunday at Shipman Community Park. William Drew of Alton is the retiring president A picnic dinner was served al noon to 138 members of the family present. Daniel Drew, 89 of Plainview was the oldest present and the youngest were three-week-olc twins, Richard and Joan Allen children of Mr. and Mrs. Malvern Allen of Bunker Hill. The 19& reunion will be held at the loca! park on the first Sunday in June. Seventh Birthday SHIPMAN — Mrs. William Shelton entertained 22 children at a party Saturday afternoon in observance of the seventh birthday of her son, Dale. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs Arthur Eckersley of Loda and Mrs. Stella Simpson of Buckley spent the weekend with the Miloc Dugan and Otto Meyers families Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes spent Sunday in West Liberty la., with the Robert Brayton family. Mr. and Mrs. Kennth Archer have been in Russell, Ky. ( as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Weiss. Mrs. Minnie Archer re turned to Shipman with them afte; a visit in the Weiss home. Tom Beckham Jr. has returned home after completing his fresh man year at Anderson College in Indiana. STICKY TIE-UP EAST PALOALTO, Calif. (AP — A real traffic jam was caused on Bayshore Freeway when man; cans of black linoleum glue spilled from a truck-trailer. the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs. Harold Seik., The food sale sponsored by mothers of the Khoury Leaguers Saturday netted the group $129.85 The proceeds will be used to buy new equipment for the ball teams Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cherry of Rosamond spent Thursday al the home of her mother, Mrs Amelia Forbes. They were ac companied home by Mrs. Forbes who will remain for a two-week visit. TONITE-WED.-THURS. ALFRED HtTCHOOCKiS TECHNICOLOR* 4UMVERSM.MUMI Starts Fri. "HUD" NO WOMAN KNEW GREATER TRIUMPI OR DEEPER TORMENT AND DESPAIR! [ The Emotion ^Charged GARLAND BOGARDE com GO on Singing ...s JACK KLUGMAN Extra I Cartoon "CRUISE CAT" Jersey Pair To Mark 25th Anniversary JERSEYVILLE Mr. and Roemer of Jer- Mrs. Peter J. Steinacher Jr. of Carrollton. The silver anniversary of the iouple occurs June 15. Before her marriage Mrs. Koster was Miss Minnie Beiermann, daugh- tef of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Beiermann of Jerseyville. Mr Roster's parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. George Koster of Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Koster were married June 15, 1938 at St Francis' Xavier's Church with the pastor, the Rev. John J Clancy officiating. Their at tendants were the bride's sis ter, Mrs. Dorothy Beiermann Sinclair, and the groom's broth er, John Koster of Carrollton. The couple has spent all their maried life in Jerseyville where Mrs. Koster is proprietor of the Koster Beauty Shop and Mr Koster is distributor for th Pabst Company in this area. Mrs. Koster is president of the Jerseyville Busines and Profes sional Women's Club and is member of the Home Bureau American Legion Auxiliary and Royal Neighbors. Mr. Roster's fraternal affiliations include th Knights of Columbus, Elks and Moose. In addition to their two daugh ters Mr. and Mrs. Koster have three grandchildren. Visitors at Xall Home JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carber of Oakland Calif., are spending two weeks here as guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nai Piasa Busy Bee 4-H Club to Meet SHIPMAN — Piasa Busy Bees Girls 4-H club will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Miss Mary Alice Schaefer. Youth Party SHIPMAN — Mr. and' Mrs. Don Cravens entertained with a scavenger hunt and wiener roast at their country home Friday evening. Guests were members and friends of the Sunday school ilass taught by Mrs. Cravens at Shipman Methodist Church. The guests were Kathy and Robert Shultz, Karen Bohlmeyer, Jeanette Gregory, Lenora Maxwell, Gaytha Canter, Pam Young, all of Shipman, Virginia Ash of Bunker Hill and Janie Scheffel, Brighton. They Who Serve, Sew CANEL FULTON, Ohio — Baseball has its committees on rules, schedules and the Itkes, t the Mothers Baseball Booster Club of Canel Fulton has a unique one — on mending. As the name suggests, the committee has the responsibility for keeping the boys' uniforms in good repair. and other relatives. Mrs. Carber was formerly Miss Margaret Lee Nail of Jerseyville. Joins Husband JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Gary DeCourcy left Saturday by motor for Augusta, Ga., to join her husband, Pfc. DeCourcy who is stationed at Ft. Gordon. Mrs. DeCourcy was a member of the teaching staff of the Hamilton Memorial School at Otterville this year and resided with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grabbe during that time. Pfc. DeCourcy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John DeCourcy of Springfield, 111., also drove to Ft. GoTdon to accompany Mrs. DeCourcy and visit their son. L*ave tor Pennsylvania JERSEVILLE — Lee Birkenmeyer of Miami, Fla., who has been visiting relatives here, left Monday, with Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Drury for the latter couple's home in Philadelphia, Pa., from which point he will return to Miami by plane. The Drurys had been guests since Wednesday of Mr. Drury's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Caffery and of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drury. Mrs. Drury is a sister of Mr.. Birkenmeyer. Vlcki Drury of Canton, Ohio, was also a guest here. BEL*Amfi31 CAPRI LAST NITE! TONY CURTIS "TARAS BULBA" "MAGIC SWORD" Alfred Hitchcock's "THE BIRDS" "PARANOIAC!" STARTS WED. • STARTS WED. LEYwfc.,.: THE TRIFFIDS TAKE OVER THE WORLD! TECHNICOU» PLUS! MONEY A MfUMOUNI KUASE <r t ClNEMAScOPC COLOR Open 7:00— Starts Dusk, Sponsored by Alton and Bethalto Councils Knights of Columbus Advance Tickets $1.00 Children Under 14 50o Gate Price $1.25 The World Famous BUSCH CLYDESDALE HORSES Champions Alii These magnificent Clydesdales make other hones look like midgets. Each average* a ton in weight, yet all are gentle and superbly trained. They maneuver a 6,000-pound wagon M though it were a toy. Bring the family for a sight you'll remember as long as you live. TICKETS • AVAILABLE AT: Bnrleff'6—Downtown Sprlngmun Lumber Co.— East End Smith New* Stand- North Alton Deluxe Cafe—Upper Alton Wells Tire Co.—Bait End Helen's Cltt Shop — Alton Plaza Vlcurl's Dining Room — Godfrey SEE THEM AT... K.&Rodeo WHERE WHEN Saturday, Junt 8 8 P.M. RIVERHOUSE FARM North of Alton on Route 100. Look for the Sign. Sunday, June 9 •A P.M.