Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 33
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July 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 33

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Ofcfe ftria Maffiri (ft) tt£ Alt runny Dittna Re*d m) (ft) R) Son., « *, oo MM* 'ft*, oo (R) 8 Lively Ortflf I Loreritz oh Him , tiOO-2 (ft) (ft) • ; — "World 61 OH St. Louis Benny 1 ' (1B4S) «/'A Medal , Members' of ffiidrld tfttll 6f ttlig ttotnemakers ..will ,|Jj§ hostesses ;'at tire Iftnhtiftl schie'Vismept pjtJgrafh. of «te «affbl|W Merry Maklrs 4-H 'daft i rridaj? at 8 p.ifi. ;*i the Methsdist. Qiurcii. ",' Club me'mbfet-S will give dem- dHstfatidnS afld .jrtibdel garments haVe coiWtrticted. The club La- "Penitentia- J6hti «„ 10:- MdVte ry" (1938) Jefen Howard 1U45-2 Movie - "Mr. Standing Builds ttifi bnsani Hou&e" (164?) Myrtia Loy, Gary Grant -Grant leaders al'c Mrs. David Henl< bfoiigh ,aHd Mrs 1 , dryille Lave- kahip, bjtttli ef Carfbllton. Movle~''Stflg# (1836) JoaH B]ondell, Dick .. . 5 Tonight In,' St. Louis Almanac. Weather ife>Religlon . li20-2 Mahalia Jackson l!40-4 News & Religion Daytime, July 26 Ki45-4 QlVe Us This Day 5:80^-4 .tfews! ,l\>m Brook? 8! 00— 4 TqwM & Country 8iSO-4 P.S. 4 7100-4 Morning Scene ',§' -T pdiiy: Hugh Downs f!30-4 NeWfc: Carmlchael 7:46-4 World of Mv. .Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalla Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo ' 8:()5— 1 Farm Report 8ilO~2 News $•15^2' ftural Almanac, 8:45-^2 Cartoons; 9i6»— 4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15-2 King & Odie 9i26—5 ; ' NBC News: Newman 9:80^-2 Romper -Room . . j ;I : tove Lucy (R) , i ; .& Play Your Hunch 101 OO-^" The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30-r2 Seven Keys ;4i, P6te and Gladys (R) " 6 ' 6onceritrati6n ' 111 00— 2 . Tennessee Ernie 4 Love 61 Life 5 1st Impression 11:25-^4- N^\ys: Reasoner 31:30—2 F'atlier. Knows 1 Best (R) 4 li'SeMrch' for Tomorrow 5. " .Truth'' ior . dpnsequences U:45^ ;; Guiding 'Light ' v ' : 'Kews: " Scherer 1^00^2 -"General ; ^ospltal r . '; A 4 , ^lews-Weather:, Roby : •(•,- :5 .News: -Jim- Burke ""••' • 12105^-4 ''My Little Margie .'(ft) 5' Charlotte Peters 12:15— 11 Modern Almanac 12:36—2 Divorce Court •:•.•'• 4 As World .Turns . 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00-74 Password . ' y,'.^ People' Will Talk ' News!" Kalber -' Jane Wyman. (ft) 4 House Party . ,6 Ilie Doctors 2:00^2 Queen for a Day . '4 Td Tell the Truth , 5 Loretta Young (R) 2i 15-11 Movie ' —•.. See Thurf ., 9 p.m.; Ch. ; 31 . .' 2:25*-4 .News: Edwai-ds ' •" 2:36-2 Who Do' You 'Trust? 4 Edge of Nigfit' " 5 'You D6n't ; Say' ••*-• ; 2 American Bandstand 4 " Secret fctorm -'" .'.- '• 5 Match Game ,; ' 3:25— 5. JNews: Vahocur \ . •'; 3: 30-2 : Discover^: '63. " 4 Millionaire (R) • 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 3:55-4! American 'Newsstartd lioo— 2 Day, in/Court •' 1 j: 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler 'Club ;.' 11 Three Stooges (R) '4:25—2 Movie — ."Wheel of For' '•Frahces.;.Dee, 1 •' John Wayne ;4:3(M Movie. ~, "Big. qty" • (1947) Margiar^f.O'Brlen, ."Robert; Preston '.":.'•.••;. |5:00^-5, Range Rider (R) '; J •':'.',' 31, Mickey" Mouse Glub-'(R) !5:30r-5 Sea, Hunt (ft) ( : . ! , ;ii-peputj> 'Dawg - ; ; ' ; i5:55— 4 Sports: Carmlchael to Model Gut- nt mi ts Will GARROLLfOR-The will of the late Clark F< Combrink was admitted to probate July 23 by Judge L. A, Mehrhdff. After the payment of all debts, the rest of the. estate was left to two nephews, Ernest. and Stuart Norton. ''feiuart ffarton was named giving bond in the sum of $2,000. The .will, was drawn Dec. 16, : 1961, -and witnessed by Everett .Turner, and Mabel R. Turrier., . IfOftplifll Notes v CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Weigel of Golden Eagle are parents of a son born Wednesday in Boyd Memorial Hospital. ' Mrs. Edith Whisman of Kamps- yllle was admitted Tuesday as a medical patient. Dismissed Tuesday were: Mrs. Loretta Jolmson, Oscar Crane and Mrs. Mary. ; Tapen of Carrollton; Normam Poiwell of Rockbridge and Mri Winifred Logan of Eld- ited. Miss Mary Ann Hazelwood of /Brighton Was dismissed Wednesday.:: •" '' , , . Canrollton Notes 1 CARROLLTON— Tommy Freeh lieturned' to his home In .Sprlng- Thursday after. visiting since Monday with his uncle ", and aunt, r. and^Mrs. Charles Hartman. j Mrs..'F. L. Imus went to Belleville Wednesday to .visit, her son, William Boe, who is a patient in the Belleville Hospital. . Mr. ahd'Mrs.; Dale AsUord and daughter plan to spend ^Sunday at Ft. Leonard 'Wood • .where , they will visit their, son and brother, Pvt. Wiliam' James iAshf ord, who is taking Ws' basic i training there. Mrs. John Conrad'' left Tuesday by plane for Her-home^ in- St. Petersburg,' Fid,,' alter spending" two months here- with her son-in-law and daughter,, tyr. and^Mrs. Clair Carmody .and ,her. son ,and, daiigh- 1 ter-inrlaw, , Mr." and '.Mrs". '• Calvin Conrad and. other: relatives. In Jer- •seyville and Alton." '' Be alert today, ; • alive tomorrow; illlllllllilllllQIVIC MEMORIALllllllllllllllll I AIRPORT RESTAURANT FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 11 Fresh River CATFISHS v INCLUDES 'FRENCH FRIES, SAUAP, '•'• ROLtS AND BUTTER. ! ' ' i' ' i ••mm si Joyce Mid Bolji Mclrttyfe — operators, -Phone OL9-8S02'; V lllllllllllllllllllllHIOPEN 'TIL ... at the "Wild Goose" JUST THREE MILES EAST OF BETHALTO ON ROUTE 140 BARGAIN CENTER- SAF-T-LUBE COOL CUSHIONS . . 6-TRANSISTOR RADIOS "Clam Digger" PANTS KNIT POLO SHIRTS . SPORT SHIRTS MOTOR OIL ONLY •9.91 1.17 5.97 PIONIC SUPPLIES FISHING TACKLE REDUCED! Witt MESSES "mm- "«•','< '' f "I t SO MANY * FOR THE BEST DEAL OF ALL-SEE OLE Ifeartty CHUCK ROAST . . 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