Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 14, 1963 · Page 29
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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 14, 1963
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ALTON EVENING fELEQfUM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1.4, ntid Outdoors with Unsold •' • ttovfe Popultitlon Decline ' ¥Ha U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serv Ifte Says that, there has been > lllght three-year decline In thi nieutHlng dove population Hi both the fiasterrt and Central Man Cement Units in the United States, L; :ln 'the Eastern Managemen tJttlt,. which includes all states east of the Mississippi River and Louisiana, .daily shooting hours gfe from 12 .o'clock noon untl sunset 'gtahdai-d time, a daily bag limit of 10 and a possession limi of 20,' an open season of 70 consecutive,, day?, or split seasons ol not ffiOre : th"an three periods to- talling 70 half days. Island Party There was plenty of fun on Scotch Jimmy Island Saturday evening when an estimated 85 to 100 persons attended a dance and fish fry honoring two cabin owners there, John Marklwni a n c Mrs. Glen Coley. The festivities were held at the Coley cabin. The Saints orchestra from Granite ; ,.City provided the music. ~S.,l During the past five years, it fias been a tradition during the party for guests to toss Markham -off a boat dock into the water. :ilBut Markham must have been ...jeating his spinach lately. Three or four men were unable to get the job done this year. Markham • grasped a dock piling so firmly Mhat the Dunker-Club promoters i \vere unable to pry him loose. Plenty of Game ,• Alaska is the Valhalla for big ^garne hunting this year, according •'to a special report compiled by the Conservation Department, Olin 'Chemical Corp., East Alton. Late ^winter inventories of breeding .stock, the basis for the fall pop- -.-iilation estimates, indicate excel;lent hunting for all game ani- • : mals. James W. Brooks, Director, Di- vision of Game, Alaska Depart meht of Fish and Game, forecasts excellent hunting prospect for all big game. Population highs continue for the. black, brown grizzly and polar bears, and also moose, caribou, mountain goats Dall sheep and walrus. Deer am elk herds have increased even over last year's high figure. The seasons on most big game open in mid-September. With the exception of bison, big game can be hunted without any special drawing or permit. Twen ty permits will be available foi bison hunting this fall. Alaskan big game has been abundant for the past four or five years. For information on hunting in Alaska, write the Department of Fish and Game, Subpori Building, Juneau, Alaska. Deer Hunting Book A new publication, the Deer Hunter's Bible by George Lay< cock has been published by Doubleday and Co., Inc. The book is a complete guide to hunting deer: vhere, when and how with more than TOO photographs and line drawings. The book, which retails at $1.95 covers all phases of deer hunt- ng including field care, home care, gun as well as bow and ar- •ow shooting, and other expert advice to the hunter. Fishing Tip Here is a Fishingfax tip that vill save lures: If you are putting n a day or several hours of con- icntrated casting, spin or bait, emember to check the six to 'ight inches of line behind the ure for fraying. This section of ure takes all wear and tear ram the top rod guide, and it is lie section which will snap first vhen a big fish is on. Make it a practice to cut off his section almost as often as 'ou change lures. " Wickenhauser : -Leads Tourney At Lockhaven The first round of the men's championship golf tournament at Lockhaven country club has been completed and Dale Wickenhauser, who has won this title every year since the tournament's inception, In 1957, leads the 16 remaining contenders for the championship into the second round. Wickenhauser was carried 20 holes by Ken Peters In the highlight match of the first round. All play In t h i s event Is scratch, with the match assignments to flight' being made on basis of the existing club handicaps. In championship flight, second round are: D. Wickenhauser vs. R. Hoefert; M. Walters v. M. Stern; E. Wardein vs. L, Muckerman; S. Sanner vs. K. Wickenhauser. In the lower bracket of the championship flight are: J. McBrien vs. W. Vahle; J. Hoefert vs. F. Schoppet; J. Walters Vs. G. Smith; R. Baahlman vs. D. Wimpress. In first flight are: G. Bassford vs. R. Ward; G. Wickenhauser vs. K. Hoagland; M. Randle vs. F. Wickenhauser; L. Barton vs. E. Kelly. In the lower bracket: G. Chandler vs. R. Worcester; J. Zito vs, D. Coleman; H. Klinke vs. H. Wickenhauser; Z. Pars vs. ,.,H. Sackett. •:.'-', In the second flight are: W. • ';,. Black vs. R. Allen; N. Trow-,, Abridge vs. W. Middleton; T. Mulqueeny vs. H. Campbell; W. Law•-, •. rence vs. J. Victor. In the lower bracket: M. Durr vs. P. Schop...,.pet; G. Hine vs. K. Scoggins; P. Foster vs. F. Leever; J. Williams , _ vs. F. Barszcz. , Third flight pairings are: R. •Block vs. C. Neudecker; E. Meyer vs. J. Greenwood; R. Dietschy Vs. P. Franich; E. Davison vs .B. Lewis. In the lower flight are: '..'T. Butler vs. E. Patison; J Brown vs. R. Scheffel; L. Joehl - ; 'vs. R. Goulding; C. Heitz vs. W ;• Sundin. JUNIOR BASEBALL In the 8-year-old league o Junior Baseball Tuesday the Giants beat the Dodgers, 5-2 Northside topped the Sals, 10-2 and the Beavers chopped dowi the Tigers. 11-9, Mike Gillson was the Giants , winning pitcher with Bob Hans berry hitting a double. Jim Yos was the loser, Bruce Baggio h .,' &, hofner. Harry Deterding was the North side winner. John Hand had triple and Mike Diaz a double fo the winners. Eyell Cob was th loser. John Lyon posted 10 strike•" outs for the Beavers in pitch* )ng the win. Bill Stern had a - irlple and three singles for the Tigers and nanny Wick' : ftnhauser had three doubles V I»r tfce Tigers '«. M fte JW£year odl league, th •Cub* edged the Cardinals, 8- c .Jten Conner* was the winner. Haven Scratch League Begins Paced by Ted Kozlowski's 646, uburban Lanes, a new entry in he Bowl Haven Scratch League, aptured team high honors with 3025 team series, sweeping iree games from Pepsi Cola ast weekend. Morrissey Construction took hree games from Mason Root leer with a 3005 total as Clancy Vlueller rolled frames of 222, 34 and 224. Pepper Touchette chalked up 652 series as he led Phil's to hree victories over Wardein harmacy. John Coleman rolled 636 for Wardein's. Bowl Haven swept three ames from Jourdain Roofing hile Wegener's Food Liner and chaeffner's Music split their match with Wegener's winning ie odd match. Fifty-four games of 200 or bet- er were rolled on opening night s six men topped the 600 series nark. Bowling BOWL INN Western Mixed Women: Edwards 178, 176 (520); /Hldred 185, 183 (535). Men: Miler 200, Kickerson 202. BOWL HAVEN Scratch Mueller 222, 234, 224 (680); Gib- rson 225, 236, 200 (661); Touch- tte 211, 214, 227 (652); Kozlowski 39, 210 (646); Coleman 237, 215 636); Grissom 279 (632); Warn- r 206, 233 (630); Kulongoski 264 623); Stephen 226 (612); Losch 42, 200 (610). Tuesday Piasa Stone 202, 232 (628); Mellen- hin 226, Leady 214, Tovo 212, haw 208, Schulz 206, Bedwill 205, Jreenberg 202, Guthrie 200. ACME 33 LANES 3-Men Monday League Sherman 205, Herb 203, Dwig;ins 202, Kenney 207, Reese 226 Frisse 212, Kelly 203, 237 (809); Tuesday Mixed Men — Shockley 233, Shagley 200, Kelly 206. Women — Allen 171, Waggoner 191, 178, Landn 183, Williamson 182, Astroth 204 Louise Purdy 174, Lillian Purd> 173. HARDIN — Representatives rom Calhotm County 4-H Clubs eft this morning for Springfield, vhere they will represent the county at the State Fair. Four girls who will model garments vhich they have male are: Mariyn Devening, Judy McKenney, r udy Held and Ada Mae Herter. Nancy Herter will demonstrate i flower arrangement at the fair, .nd Jeanette Arnold will give a ood demonstration. Lynda Casel- on and Sally Jacobs will attend oods classes. Karen Breden will represent the home economics clubs in public speaking. A suit made by Patty Hanks, and dining able covers by Gerrl Pohl and iheryl Kinder have been set to lie fair to be judged and put on display. Gary Fortschneider will repre- ent the ng clubs in public speak- ng, and James Schulte, in dem- nstrations. The Rainbow Girls lub will present its "Share-the- 'un" skit. Delegates to the fair all return Friday. Farewell Party HARDIN — Mrs. Peter W. Simon, who recently resigned as ome adviser of Calhoun County, 'as honored at a farewell party nd stork shower Monday after- oon in the Farm Bureau build- ng here. Hostesses were mem- ers of the Calhoun County Hottie- lakers Extension Association ouncil, assisted by Miss Mary lice Resor, summer youth as- istant.and Mrs. Sue Holswarth, ffice secretary. Guests were members of the '.E.A. units in the county, and ach unit presented Mrs. Simon 'ith a gift. Following a period recreation and games, refresh- nents were served. GOLFING NOTES ALTON WOMEN The Greater Alton Women GoU Association sponsored a mys tery event Tuesday at the Roc Spring Golf Course. Mrs. James Policy won the went in the championship (light while Mrs. Carroll Barton captured low pet, Mrs. B. J. Ward won the firs flight event and tied with Mrs Perry for low net. Mrs Paul Vine was the second fligh event winner as Mre. Herb Pin turned In the best low net. Mrs, Pete Chiste won both th event and the low net In tb flight. Dr. Dowtiard Resigns From Board in Unit 10 Calhoun 4-ITers at State Fair GREENFIELD.—Dr. James A. Downard, president of the Board of Education of Unit School District 10, has resigned effective Sept. 1. Dr. Dowhard has sold his veterinary clinic and practice to Dr. Dave Carlson of Aurora ant he will be associated with a business firm in New Mexico. Dr, Carlson has also bought the Dowhard residence and will move to Greenfield this week and star his practice here Monday, Aug 19. Mrs. Downard and children will remain here temporarily anc will reside in the Richard Cole residence on Chestnut Street. Dr. Downard has served six years on the unit district boarc and has served two terms as president. Basil Price of the Rockbridge vicinity, a former board member, has been named to serve the balance of Dr. Down! ard's term which expires in 1964 Secretary Resigns GREENFIELD.—M r s. Earl Cannedy, who has served as secretary of Unit District 10 for nine years, has resigned effective Septt. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Cannedy are planning to move to Alton by Nov. 1. Budget on File GREENFIELD.—The tentative budget for the fiscal year starting July 1, 1963 for the unit school district is on file and available for public inspection at the office of the superintendent of the district, John 0. Burch. A public hearing on the proposed budget will take place at 8 p.m., Sept. 19. Club to Organize GREENFIELD. — The organization meeting of the Junior Woman's Club will take place at 8 p.m. Thursday in the social rooms of the Baptist Annex. Mrs. Dean Bishop, chairman of the committee which has drawn up the constitution, will present the constitution to the charter members and Miss Marilyn Spencer will present the proposed officers for approval. PARIS — A French printers' strike has been cancelled for lack of signs for pickets. Ridenours of Grafton to Mark 50th Anniversary GRAFTON — Friends and rela- ves of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer idenour of Rte. 1, Grafton, are nvited to attend open house in onor of their 50th wedding an- iversary Sunday, Aug. 25 at icir home from 2 to 5 p.m. No ormal invitations .are being mail- d. The celebration is being planned y their six children, Mrs. Hallie fcCoy, Grafton; Mrs. Troy ace and Mrs. Loy Miller, Otter- ille; Mrs. Ruth Powderly, Grane City; Kieth Ridenour, Jersey- alle, and Wayne Ridenour of rafton. Mr. Ridenour and the ormer, Miss Neva Bethel were married Aug. 23, 1913. Attend Reception GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Wery Gisy went to Jerseyville unday where they attended a re- eption honoring Mr. and Mrs. Riey Wallace at the home of his mother, Mrs. Barbara Wallace, /Ir. Wallace and the former Miss oan Williams were married Aug. at Monroe, La. The Wallace amily are former Graftonresi- ents. Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Jack DeSherlia nd son, Billie of Hawthorne, Calif., are visiting this week at ie home of his parents, Mr. anc MRS. Elmer DeSherlia. The Fidelis Class of the Metli- idist Church will sponsor a food ale Saturday at Don's Ice Plant legnning at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Harvey Paddock of Kincaid, Kan., and Mrs. Vivian Huffman of Lone Elm, Kan., who have been visiting since Thursday at he home o ftheir brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Paddock, left Tuesday for their homes in Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Gisy en- :ertained at a dinner at their home Monday evening. Guests ivere: Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wai- ace of Shreveport, La., and Miss Annolene Covington of Sulphur, -.a. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace visited during the afternoon at the home of his uncle and ,aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nairn and sons returned home Sunday evening from a vacation trip at Iron Mountain Laie in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pittenger and son, Carl, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Baumgartner and son, Richard of Freeport, 111., went to Alton Sunday where they were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and MRS. Eugene Slaten. WE THINK OUR ICE CUBES ARE BETTER! TRY 'EM Your Beverages Will Look Better and Taste Better! Automatic Vendors 24 HOURS HYNDMAN 9TH AND PIASA Let's All Go To The DAIRY QUEEN Dairy Queen HAWAIIAN T ffi al SALE I Regular Size Pineapple or Coconut Isle Sundae Frozen Fresh from Sweet Whole Milk and Topped with Hawaiian Pineapple As Refreshing as an Island Breeze Served by Our Hawaiian Beauties 1808 Washington Upper Alton 115 St. Louis East Alton 131 Wood River Wood River FOSTER TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY CENTER HOMECOMING Spin 25c Cars * Tubs Matinee Sat - 1:30 to 4:00 P.M. Spin lie Cars - Tubs lOc FBI, & SAL, AUGUST 16-17 AT FOSTERBURG SCHOOl Fosterburg Band, Both Nights Attendance Frizes «-» CWeton Supper Both Night* Hog Calling Contest — Saturday Wednesday Evening TV Digest 4:00-2 4 5 11 Three Stooges (rt) 5 Weathei KtVt (ABO) «, tfMOX (UfcS) 4, KSD (NBO) 8, KfLtt »l Interview 11 Movie *- "Kb Carson" (1940) Dana Andrews, Jon Hall 9:30—9 Paul Doktor on the Viola iO:00—2 4 5 News 10'10-2 4 5 Weather 10:15-2 Steve Allen 4 Eye on St. Loulfi 5 Johnny Carson 10:30-4 Movie - "Honky Tonk" (1941) Clark Gable, Lana Turner, Frank Morgan, Claire Trevor 11:00—11 Movie—"Johnny Comes Flying Home" (1946) Richard Crane, Martha Stewart ll!46—2 Dragnet (R) moo--5 Tonight In St. Louis 12:15-2 News & Sports 12:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 12i25-4 Movie - "Give Us This Right" (1936) Gladys Swarthout, Jan Kiepura 12130-5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion U30—4 News & Religion 8:15-2 City Camera & Weathei 4 News: Cnmklte 5 Huntley.Brtrikley 11 Rocky & Mis Friends 6:30-2 Wagon Train (R) 4 CBS Reports (R) 5 Virginian (R) 11 People Are Funny 7iOO-4 Eye on St. Louis 11 Best of Groucho (R) 7;30-2 Going My Way (R) 4 Dobie Glllls (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 Wrestling 8;Ott-4 Beverly Hillbillies (R) 5 Mystery Theater (R) 9 What's New? 8:30-2 Our Man Hlggtas (R) 4 Dick Van Dyke (r.) 9 You Are There 9SOO-2 Naked City (R) 4 Armstrong Circle Theater 5 Blng Crosby Show 9 Christopher Isherwood Thursday Daytime, Aug. 15 (R) Denotes REPEAT Program KTVI (ABO) 2. KMOX (OBS) 4, KSD (NBO) 5, KPLR 11 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—4 News: Carmichael 7:40—4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Spotlight on KETC 8:45—2 Cartoons 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odte 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch .0:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price Is Right 0:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30-2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05-4 -My Little Margie (R) 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 5 Charlotte Peters 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Taty 11 Movie — See 'Wed., ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Saturday, Aug. 17 Sponsored by the Brotherhood of Immanuel Church of Christ One Mile South of Hamel, 111. Serving from 3:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Donation: Adults $1.50 Children 7Sc 11:00 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Boggs 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie — See Wed,, 9 p.m., Ch^ 11 2:25—4 News: • Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstand 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 3:55—2 American Newsstand 4:00—2 Day in Court 4 S. S. Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 1 n Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "Devil's Canyon" (1953) Virginia Mayo, Dale Robertson 4:30—4 Movie — "Men of Boys Town" (1941) Spencer Tracy, Mickey Rooney, Lee J. Cobb 5 Maverick (R) 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Yogi Bear 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael MID-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th & Central Alton, 111. Money Not Only Thing in Show ftminms By CYNtlttA LOWRV At* fctevMon.Rndto Write* HOLLYWOOD (AP) - "Never mind the money. Think of the career—and the money will come." That is the advice Danny Thomas has for> young performers these days. Dahny can dte his own career as proof. . Thomas is a wealthy man who stars in his own television series and heads one of the most successful program packaging com panics in the business. It is producing five network shows hext season. He often recalls the advice given to him by Abe Last- vogel, his agent. "It was In 1943," Thomas said. "I got all offer to play at the Roxy Theater In New York for $3,750 a week. I rushed to Abe to talk about the news. But he just shook his head. "He told me that he had a better date for me-4n the European theater of operations. The war would be over sometime, Lastvo- gel said, and the guys would come home and wonder where I was when they were fighting. "He said that I'd better go, even if I had to take a little less money. " 'How much less?' I asked. 'Well, $3,600 less,' he said. I went, took my $150 and I've never regretted it." Danny has done so well that a couple of seasons back he was making plans to taper off his appearances in the "Danny Thomas Show" to a point where the show could roll along without him. Last season with his real wife and. his television wife, Marjorie Lord, he took off for Europe. They made some shows in Europe but the bulk of the programs were made in Hollywood, using the two children in the cast, and Sid Melton and Pat Carroll. As usual, Thomas and Sheldon Leonard, his partner, will use the show occasionally as the incubator for their new program ideas. WIN $1065.00! FREE PRIZES Register Now During Our First Anniversary Celebration GODFREY ROAD, GODFREY See Thursday's Paper for Details Woody's Eldred Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vafble and dftughte? spent Sunday In Alton at tfie of Mr. arid Mrs. Fieri! Williams, Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Blan.l home were Miss Patsy Bland and Miss Trudy Thonins of St. Louis; Larry Churchill of Karelin, and Mrs. Delmflr Reif. and children. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Bourgault and family of Worcester, Mass., have been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ansell. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnett and son, Charles, attended the Pepper family reunion Sunday at the American Legion Park in Kampsville. Miss Barbara Foreman, who has employment In St. Louis, spent the weekend at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Havelka and daughter, Darla, attended a family dinner Sunday evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs, John Krouse in Edwardsville In observance of the Krouse's 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holford and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holford and son enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at the park In Louisiana, Mo. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts and son of Frankford, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hyde and Mr. find Mrs. Arnold daughter, Cindy, wefts evening supper guests of Mr, and Mrs, Thomas Hyde b! B«fo alto. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Wag* her and Mrs, Carl Caterer §h, have returned frtrttt a two Weeks fishing trip to Minnesota. CAUSEWAY - Rhodesia's new* est bank will open soon. ItOXANA, 1U,. Attt-CONOIfiONJBO Continuous from 7 p.m. < Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Pnrklnc Problems Ph. OL l-OfllB Of OL 4-7211 TlltJKS..trni.-SAt.>StJN. "DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES' 1 Jack Lemon— Leo Homlck~ Charles ttlcktond Thursday, Friday, Saturday O:QS. , • Sunday It00-B.!02-Of04 "The Ugly American" Color. Marlon Brunda — Sandra Church — El.fl Okuda. Thursday-Frlday-Saturday. 7:00. Sunday • 2i57 • (1:69 ' SK1.ECTBD SHORTS Hurry! Positively Last 2 Nites! Tonite & Thurs. Comfortably COO/. 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