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SATUKDAY, APRIL i, 1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ShipmanRed Cross Drive , Launched SrflFMAN — The annual ftad Crew fond drive fo beginning thto week with Mm. Qlen Trnvert •erving a> chairman. The quota to $329 and Mrs. Traven la urging the Mltettatfon to be com* plcted by the middle of April. Solicitors are: Mrs. L. E. Kel- •ey, MM. H, R. French, Mn. W. 0. Kahl, Mn, Lloyd Oillespie, Mn. Arthur Hurry, Mn. D. A. Thomas, Mn. Once Henaon, Mn. A. V. Blunutein, Mn. Later Cottingham, Mitt Freda Ed- dlngton, Mta Elsie Lynch, Mn. Melvln Stone, Mn. Marshall Halliday, Mn/Vernon Doughty, Mrs. Floyd Darr, Mn. Kenneth Larh, Mfll Hatel Perrine, Mrs, Joyce Hunt 3t., Charles Modlln, Mn. Jay Alward, Mn. C. L. Schoeneman, and Mn. A, C Ketchum. M. O. Kfthl Promoted SHIPMAN - Milan G. Kahl, who has been 4 manager of the Owens Illinois Glass Factory at Streater for the past eight years, has been named vice president of factories at Gary, Ind., Alton and Streator. The Kahl family will move to Chicago. Kahl is a graduate of Shlpman High School with the class of 1933 and is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kahl. His wife is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lockyer. She was the former Miss Mary Lois Lockyer. The couple have a daughter and two sons E&R Guild Entertained At Hamel HAMEL — Members of the Immanuel E&R Guild met Wednesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Fredrick Wiehe had charge of the worship part of the meet- Ing. A film "On Wheels of Change" was shown. The business meeting was in charge of the Guild president, Mrs. John Buhrle. A birthday song was sung for members having birthdays in April. It was announced that the Guild is collecting blankets for overseas use. The Guild served the Edwarsdville Kiwanis Club a chicken dinner Tuesday evening and will serve a ham dinner to the Home Builders Class of the Baptist Church of Edwardsville on April 22. The group will also serve at the local Brotherhood father and son banquet on April 14 at 7 p.m. Bob Burnes, sports editor of St. Louis will be guest speaker. The annual mother and daughter potluck supper will be held April 27 at 6:30 p.m. The men of the church will serve. The Guild is planning a special meeting on May 4 for their honorary members, and all nonmembers of the guild will be invited. Refreshments were served by Mrs. LaVern Smith, Mrs. Elmer Speckman, Mrs. Arlin Sommerfeldt, and Mrs. Augusta Sommerfeldt. Neiv Jobless Pay Claims Start Monday Starting Monday, Illinois unemployment compensation offices are accepting claims under the new Federal Temporary Extended Compensation program. State Director of Labor Robert Johnston reported today. "The new program (abbrevi- atedly called TEC) provides for payment of unemployment compensation benefits to workers who exhausted their regular State benefits after June 30, 1960, are now unemployed and can meet the regular requirements of State law," Johnston explained. "The program also applies to former Federal! workers and Ex-Servicemen who have exhausted their Federal benefits. "The earliest week for which TEC claims may be filed is the calendar week beginning April 9." Each claimant should bring his ID (report) card to the office or itinerant point nearest his residence on his previously assigned report day. TEC provides additional benefits up to one-half the amount to which the claimant was entitled under the regular State program. A worker who, since last June 30, has exhausted 26 weeks of benefits, may now qualify for an additional 13 weeks. If entitled to 20 week of normal benefits, which he exhausted, and he is now unemployed, he may be eligible for an additional 10 weeks, and so on. Four to Attend Insurance Meeting Four Alton men, Charles B. Br- win, 8. Harold Roberts, Howard Dunnagan and Marvin Schuetz, will attend a state meeting of the Illinois Investors Security Life Insurance Co. at Chicago Monday. Speaker at the meeting will be W. Clement Stone, co-author at tttt book "Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude," and publisher of me monthly mag§- we, " ftfVf (ABC) », ftftfO*<OM) 4, USD (WHO) I, RPLft 11 Saturday Evening TV Dtgeit 6:00-2 News: Hayvmrd 4 The Big 4 • 5 FVMlMfB < 11 Movta Robert Cum- mini, Otofte Jem "Under- W (1890) Tenement girt wins vacation with croup of snob* btth girls. 8s 30-2 Roaring 20's: A superstitious gangster Is ridden by fear that he is being hexed In "The Filth Pin." Claire aria- wold. 4 Perry Mason: Baby gorilla is kidnaped and murder victim Is left In lion's cage tu be mauled in "Case of the Cow ardly Lion." 5 Bonanza: (Colo) Little Joe befriends deaf-mute girl and protects her from sadistic trapper In "Silent Thunder". Stella Stevens, Albert Salmi. (Repeat) 7:30—2 Leave It to Beaver: Beaver gets into trouble after his friend breaks a window in "Mistaken Identity." 4 Checkmate: Diana Lynn plays deaf-mute schoolteacher whose ability to read lips makes her an underworld target in "The Deadly Silence." 5 Tall Man: Former law. man accuses Billy of teaching his son to become a killer and of Courage." 11 Ranch Party 8:00—2 Lawrence Weft: French Champagne music tonight, 5 Deputy: Fry cloaks his Identity to save friends with whom he is held hostage by three desperate gunmen in "Tension Point. 11 Marry a Millionarie 8:30-4 Have Gun-Will Travel: Town fathers hire Paladin to halt semi-annual destruction when a bear of a man comes to town for weekend blowout. 5 ttattmt'i Futures "Does Rlchmamt'R Trial by Israel Serve the Came of International Justice?" Negative view debated by Dr. Herbert Weehsler of Colombia Law School, afflr nrnttve by Or. Milton Kate of Harvard Law School. 11 Harbor Command 9:00-2 Fight of the Week: Denny Moyer, mlddlewelght.vs Jorge Fernandez welterweight. 10 rounds. 4 Gunsmoke: Marshal Dillon and Cheater trail a horse- stealing slayer. 11 Wrestling 9:30—4 Trackdown 5 Death Valley Days 9:45—2 Make That Spare 10:00—2 Highway Patrol 4 5 News vows to murder Billy In "A Kind 110:05-5 Movie: Pat O'Brien, The Telegraph's Dally Radio Chart Clyde Beany: "Ring of Fear' (19M) Mickey SpHlane mystery Set in circus. 10:10-4 Weather: Fontaine 10! 1^*4 Movw: Humphrey Be gart, Gloria Grahame: "In a Lonely Place" (1990) Screen Wright falls hi hive with a gir who alibis for him when he i accused of murder 10:30-2 Movie: Peter Finch Kay Kendall: "Simon and Lau ra" (1956: English) Showbusi ness couple who appear to be the ideal couple turn out to be anything but In private life. 11 Cardinal Spring Training (film) 11:00-11 Movie: Kent Taylor, 10,000 Leagues." (1956) Horror tale begins when fisherman is found on deserted beach dead from radiation poisoning. 11:50—4 Movie: Dennis Morgan, Janis Paige: "One Sunday Afternoon" (1949) Story of love and happiness In the gay '90's. 12:15—2 Movie: Kenneth Tobey: "The Thing" (1951) Science-fiction movie. 5 News 12:20—5 Movie: Glenn • Ford, Frank Lovejoy: "The Americano" (1954) Texas cowboy arrives in Brazil with shipment of Brahama bulls. 1:20—4 News: Prayer 1:50-5 Weather Report SATURDAY USD (NBC) W1W (MM) KMOX «At) 1WK WORK •NIC tttftO ItWlO 1IMKO 1870 RO Sunday April 9 7:00-4 Give Us This Day 7:05—4 News , 7:15-4 Early Riser 7:45-4 Christian Science: Three businessmen tell how they apply God's power. 8:00—1 Questions About Cancer 8:30—2 Town Hall 4 Lee Whiston 5 Junior Cookoff 8:45-4 Davey and Goliath 9:00-2 National Council of Churches 4 Eagle Stirred: New American Oratorio in observance of Passover. 5 Metropolitan Church 9:30—2 Metropolitan Church 5 This Is The Life 10:00—2 5 Christophers 4 UN In Action 10:30—2 Faith for Today 4 Way of Life 5 Land of Endeavor 10:45—5 City Art Museum 11:00-2 Message of the Rabbi 4 Quiz a Catholic 5 Industry On Parade 11:15—2 Our Heritage 5 Americans at Work 11:30—2 Sacred Heart 4 Accent: "The Field Marehal, the Historian and The Civil War". Part 1. British Field Marshal Montgomery and American historian Henry Steele Commager discuss military strategy of the Civil War. 5 Frontiers of Faith 11:55—4 CBS News: Reasoner Noon—2 Crossroads 4 Movie: Johnny Weismuller, Maureen O'Sullivan, John Sheffiedl: "Tarzan Finds a Son" (1939) Tarzan and mate adopt boy who is sole survivor of a plane crash. 5 Builders Showcase 11 Answer 12:30—2 Pip The Piper 5 Movie: "Ring of Fear." See Sat., 10:05 p.m., Ch. 5. 11 Look at Industry 1:00—2 TV Reader's Digest 11 Sports for the Family 1:30—2 Movie. Randolph Scott, Binnie Barnes: "Last of the Mohicans" (1936) Indian brave falls in love with daughter of English commander. 4 People's Choice 2:00—4 Young People's Concert: Folk Music in Concert Hall. 11 Frontiers of Science 2:30—11 South America 5 It's a Great Life 3:00—3 Israel and Blchmann: Part II. Pre-trial report on Etoh- niann uses captured German films showing conditions at German concentration camps. 4 Masters Golf: Last four holes of play 5 Five Star Jubilee 3:30—2 Championship Bridge 5 Polka Parade 11 Sports Review 4:00—2 Honeymooners: Repeats of the comedy segment of old Jackie Gleason show with Glea- son, Audrey Meadows, Art Carney 5 Celebrity Golf: Ray Milland vs Sam Snead 11 Miss Missouri Pageant 4:30—2 Rocky and His Friends 4 College Bowl: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute vs Univ. of Connecticut 5 Chet Huntley: Films of recently discovered underwater city in Bay of Naples. 5:00—2 Funday Funnies 4 I Love Lucy 5 Meet The Press: (Color) Robert C. Weaver, Federal Housing Administrator guest. 11 Movie: Shirley Temple: "Captain January" (1936) Into a lonely lighthouse keeper's life comes Shirley. 5:30—2 Walt Disney: "Battle for Survival", facets of plant and animal world probed on lowest levels of development in true life adventure. 4 20th Century: "Sweden: Trouble in Paradise?" Swedish tile through the eyes of typical middle-class family. 5 Fun Fare 6:00—4 Lassie 5 Shirley Temple: (Color) "Madeline" story of 9-year-old girl who lives in old Paris house with 11 other little girls and a governess named Miss Lavel. Imogene Coca, Gina Gillespie. (repeat) 6:30—2 Maverick: Brent tries to collect money for a reward and is accused of robbing maii line and killing sheriff in "Benefit of Doubt". 4 Dennis The Menace: Where Mr. Wilson has failed to train his dog, Dennis succeeds by bribing him with jelly beans. 11 Ivanhoe 7:00—4 Ed Sullivan: Singer Julie Wilson, comedian Corbett Monica, ventriloquist Rickie Layne, comedy team of Smith and Dale, First Percussion Sextet-musical group' guests. 5 National Velvet: In effort to earn money for new saddle. Velvet works as riding instructor for wealthy man's grandson in "The Riding Mistress". 11 Mickey Rooney 7:30—2 Lawman: Vicious gun- toter killer, former acquaintance of the Lawman, gets lesson in gunfighting from Troop in "The Persecuted". 5 Tab Hunter: In a dream, Peter becomes involved with exact look-alike, Grand Duke Otto and his beautiful wife. Jo anna Barnes. 11 Mike Wallace: Abbe Lane guest. 8:00—2 Rebel: Johnny and fearful town await the return of for mer resident just released from prison in "Ballad of Danny Brown". 4 GE Theatre: Audrey fi TR IT! world AP N To veti Monitor N; W; Moild .Millie: N! W m Sign Off ISIKI N; Muile S. Duett J. Pirtn Palen; N N; Wild* D. Wild* 8; Wilde t>. Wild* Sign Off N: Monitor Monitor g ; Ooddart Ooddtrd N; Wild* O. Wilde N; Wilde D. wiide N; Burke J, Burke Monitor N; Ooddtrd B. Ooddtrd 6. Minie »T »» N; wllde D. Wllde N: Monitor Monitor image N; Muelo Q. Mu»ie N: Wllde D. Wllde AP N Memorise The World J. Buck N; Wllde D. Wllde S; Wllde D. Wllde N: Memorlei Memoritt; M N: BucK ,T. Buck N; Wllde D. Wllde N; Watch N. Watch SUNDAY Meadows, BiHy Gray co-star in romantic comedy "Sis Bowls 'em Over". Girl is persuaded by brother to convince one of her associates to act as boy's father in father-son bowling contest. 5 Chevy Show: (Color^ Louis Nye, Polly Bergen, Al Hirt and his jazz group and Univ. of Michigan Glee Club guests. 11 Movie: Anna Maganni, Duncan Lament: "Golden Coach" (1954) French - Italian made. Traveling players in Peru. 8:30—2 Asphalt Jungle: City employee is found shot to death in locked car in "Lady and the Lawyer",Vera Miles. 4 Jack Benny: Jack discovers Rochester has sent his old jacket with $200 sewn in lining to agency for needy. 9:00—4 Candid Camera: Wally Cox pops in longshoreman's hiring hall and tries to enlist stevedores in his bird-watching club. 5 Loretta Young: "Man Who Couldn't Smile". Catholic- priest in Bogota, Colombia, fights to preserve Christian ideals among his parishioners despite Communist infiltration. Ricardo Montalban. 0:30—2 Winston Churchill—The Valiant Years: ' 'The Die Is Cast," final preparations tor D Day, the Invasion of France. 4 What's My Line? Tony Randall guest panelist 5 Jim Backus: Dora announces her engagement in order to pry raise out of O'Toole in "Meet Melvin". 11 Open End: "Crisis in Our Colleges". 10:00—2 Dangerous Robin 4 CBS News: Cronkite 5 News: Bob Chase 10:10—5 Weather: DeMere 10:15—4 News: Max Roby 5 Grand Jury 12:25—4 Sports: Carmichael 10:30—2 Movie: Robert Mont gomery, Susan Hayward: "The Saxon Charm" (1948) Drama of eccentric Broadway producer and his effect on the people around him. 4 Movie: Ethel Waters, Lena Home: "Cabin In The Sky" (1942) Little Joe Jackson hovers between life and death and Heaven and Lucifer, 10:45—5 Passing Parade 11:00—5 Divorce Court 12:00—5 News 12:05—5 Golden Kimono 12:10—2 Movie: Steve Brodie: "Arson for Hire" (1959) Police track arsonist. 4 Movie: George Brent, Peggy Wood: "The Right To Live" (1935) Englishman and American girl fall in love and marry. 12:35—5 Weather Forecast 1:20—4 News: Prayer tl 10 11 B. Servicee P. Service N; Monitor Monitor N; Monitor sign Off S. Afternoon N; Jones .1. Jones N: Monitor Monitor J. Dollar ;> •• Gunsmoke N; Jones J. Jones N; Burke J. Burke N; Monitor N: S Symphony N; Richard K. Richard N: Imaie Image Catholic* N; Richard K. Richard 7 M i 8 9i .ee 11 12 21 4* ef M AP N Wash. Report N. Music N; Mutlc Music Musle; N H. Gunther Roedel N H. Gunther Roedel N ••N: Gunlher H. Gunther Roedel N World N H. Gunther N; Gunther H. Gunther N; Burke J. Burke The World Apathy Dangeri H. K. Smith U. Explorer N: Cloakroom C. Cloakroom B. Anthony N: Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard MONDAY Opener Music World N; Williams G. Williams Clockwatcher U. Viewpoint Music World N; W; Music Music; N; W Music Wirld N; W; Music Music World Music; N Music World it tt N; W; Music Music; N; W N: W Rex Davis World N Clockwatcher •^— ii in i i" Rex Davli Clockwatcher N: W Clockwatcher N: Club Coffee Club N: Club Coffee Club . — N; Club Coffee Club N; Club Coffee Club • ..I. 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Richard N: Palen J. Palen Monday Daytime, April 10 5:45-4 6:00—4 5 (Color) 6:30-4 7:00-4 5 7:30-2 8:00-2 4 8:15-2 4 8:30-2 9:00-4 5 9 9:30-2 4 5 or) 10:00-2 4 5 10:30—2 4 5 Prayer; News Town 'n Country Continental Classroom P. S. 4. Morning St. Louis Dave Garroway Meet Your Military Camera Two News: Grimsby Willie Wonderful Capt. Kangaroo Romper Room December Bride Say When In School Programming Jack LaUuine Show Video Village Play Your Hunch: (Col- Topper Double Exposure Price is Right (Color) News: Hayward Surprise Package Concentration Gaffe* Break Morning Court Love d Ule Truth or Cotuxaqi Love That Bob Search lot Tomorrow Could 6* You iCalor) 11.-4&-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 Camouflage 4 5 News: Weather 9 TV College 11 The Story 12:05—4 Burns and Allen 5 Charlotte Peters 12:30—2 Number Please 4 As the World Tuna 11 Modern Almanac 1:00—2 About Faces 4 Face The Facts 5 Jan Murray: (Color) 11 Movie: Paul Muni, Gene Tierney. "Hudson's Bay" (1940) English nobleman and French trappers set up trading post. 1:15-8 News: Walter Ross 1:25-2 ABC News: Al Mann 1:36—2 Comedy Plahouae 4 House Party 5 Loretta Young 2:04-2 Day in Court 4 Millionaire 5 Young Dr. Malan* 2:30-2 Seven Keys 4 Verdict is Yours 5 From These Roott 3: Oft-2 Queen for a Day 4 Brighter Day 5 Itafei Bean for 11 Ilka Chase 3:15—4 Secret Storm 3:30—2 Who Do You Trust 4 Edge of Night 5 Here's Hollywood: Jack "Maverick" Kelly guest 9 English Literature 11 Home Show Highlights Program from Home Show in St. Louis 4:00—2 American Bandstand 4 SS Popeye (If yesterday's final round of Masters Golf Tournament ended in tie. playoff round will be seen today live in 60 minute telecast beginning at 4 p.m.) 5 Life of Riley 4:30-vi Movie: Dick Powell, Ann Sheridan, Pat O'Brien: "Cowboy from Brooklyn" (1938) Cowboy from Brooklyn can get a singing job if he can prove he is a bronco-buster only there is one hitch—he is afraid of horses. 5 Wranglers Club (First 15 min. color) 5:00-2 Rin Tin Tin 9 Krickety-Krackety 5:25-5 Mr. Magoo 5:30-2 News: Hayward Eastern Stars of Shipman Mark Past Officers Night RfVI (ABO) », HMO! 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Afternoon N; Music Hawk Preview Hawks-Boston (at St. L.) it it ,t ii ,* it .1 it Dugnut Inter. Cards-Yankees (at St. L.) (I *' A. Services Lutheran Hr. it ti Sac. Heart Catholic Info. Revival B. Jenkins N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis N; Jones J. Jones ti it I, ii N; Jones J. Jones ., it Sign On St. Fran. Hr. R*v. Ellsworth H •* W. of Life •• ii I* Rev. tobof Art Hall Sac. Heart ii ti N; Oreenwell J. Creenwell AM Worship 1st Baptltt ti ii J. Oreenwell N Sen. Douglas Georgetown U. N; Mutlc School Board SIU Program n ii N; Report Wash. Report D. Adams ii •! N; Adam* D. Adams *• i. •• it N; Adam* D. Adam* it ti D. Stars N; Mutlc S. Digest A. C. Church .1 ii it ML FOOTBALL 0W NBC! A two year contract for TV and gchetiuled, radio rights to the National Football League Championship Games was awarded NBC this week. New contract provides for coverage of the championship game in '61 and 62. NBC DEAN MARTIN SPEC1- •1: Dean Martin has signed comedian-actor Andy Griffith and singer Tony Martin as guests for his special hour of comedy and song to be broadcast in color! on NBC-TV Tuesday, April 25. Martin is currently fulfilling a three-week engagement at T h e Sands in Las Vegas. FORMER CONCENTRATION CAMP MEMBERS IN AUDIENCE: At leant five persons who were imprisoned in concen^ tratton camps supervised by Adolf Eichmann will be in the studio audience when "Does Eichmann's Trial by Israel Serve the Cause of International Justice?" is debated on NBC's "Nation's Future" tonight. The debate will be held in New York from 2 to 3 p.m. EST this afternoon and recorded on tape for broadcast tonight from 8:30 tti 9:30 CST. PAAR RETURNS: Jack Paarj will return from his vacation next Tuesday. Hugh Downs is program host Monday night with Dody Goodman guest. CORRECT: NBC's (Ch.5) program on Chet Huntley Reporting Sunday afternoon will present an advance report on the trial of Adolf Eichmann instead of program listed. HERE'S HOLLYWOOOD GUESTS: Bob Cummings tells i why he believes in health foods! and vitamin supplements and ex-| plains his acting philosophy onj "Here's Hollywood" Monday, Ap-j ril 10. Other show biz people in-| terviewed throughout the week on the program seen daily over Ch. 5 at 3:30- p.m. includes Shirley MacLaine, Tuesday; Edward G. Robinson, Thursday; Japanese actress Yoko Tani and makeup expert Frank Westmore on Friday. FRONTIER CIRCUS SET FOR CBS: "Frontier Circus" star-i ring Chill Wills, John Derek with Richard Jaeckel, and focusing on the traveling circus in the Early West will be a regular feature on Thursdays for CBS-TV in the fall. CHANGE PREMIERE PROGRAM: "Summer Sports Spec- 1 tacular" which debuts on CBS- TV Thursday, April 27 will premiere with a skating tribute to the eighteen members of the U.S. figure skating team who died last Feb. 15 in airliner crash in Brussels, Belgium. "Birth of a Ball Team" previously announced as premiere of wries Id being re- FATHER OF THE BRIT)*! FOR CB8-. I^on Amw star* In the title of the new comedy series, "Father of the Bride" for CBS- TV Fridays in the fnll. Ruth Warrick Myrna Fnhry and Butt Metcalfe complete the starring ca»t. Premlprp date Is Friday, Sept 29, MGM produced the series. ARC WORLD OF SPORTS: Series of 20 exclusive broadcasts covering the top sports attractions from counttret all over the world, will be presented over ABC-TV late Saturday afternoons starting April 29. Series will run from 90 minutes to two an a half hours each. Net publicity says that one o! the events will be the Lc Mans motor car race in France. FREE Donurs and Coffo Every Sunday Morning Fast Prescription Service)/ We De/iver/ ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL S-22M Rosewood Helihti F. E. GILBERT Painting-Decorating Co. Dial CL 4-0245 Promptness Is Our Virtue SAVINGS —and Loan Assn. INVITES YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT 200 W. Main — East Alton Across from City Hall Dial CL 4-0168 TV SERIES for Everyent KMOX-TV Chan. 4 Sunday 7:45 a.m. Sunday RADIO Program KSD—550 k.c.-—8:30 a.m. N; Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis WEST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM N; Jones J. Jones N; Jones J. Jones 1961 \ "Miss Alton \ Pageant" \ \ Alton 15-7:30 p. m. SHIPMAN — Past officers night svas observed Wednesday evening by the Order of Eastern Stars. Guests were present from Wood River, Alton and Staunton. Mrs. Eunice Sanner was the guest of honor. She joined the local Order in 1908 and served as worthy matron in 1925. Other guest officers were: Mrs. Luella Cravens, worthy matron; Kenneth Archer, worthy patron; Mrs. Beulah Schuetz, associate matron; Carl Schuetz, associate patron; Mrs. Ada Frank, secretary; Mrs. Thelma Sehoeneman, treasurer; Mrs. Relna Breitwiser, conductress; Mrs. Helen Archer, associate conductress; Mrs. Velma Waggoner, chaplain; Claude Karnes, marshal; Mrs. Ruth Cairns, organist; Mis. Violet Howerton, Ada; Mrs. Mary Kahl, Ruth; Mrs. Connie Schrier, Esther; Mrs. Ebert Pointer; Martha; Mrs. Alice French, Electa; W. G- Frank, warder; Charles Schoene- 9 Words and Music 11 Three Stooges 5:40-2 Weather: Hayward Nutty Squivvel*. man, sentinel and H. R. French, flag bearer. Refreshments were served by Rev. and Mrs. David Packard. Mr. and Mrs. George Krause Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaeffer are the worthy matron and natron of the local chapter. Legion Women Meet at Kane KANE — Eighteen members of the American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Bean. Co-hostesses wete Mrs. Ross Crotchet! and Mrs. Wilbur Gowin. Following the business meeting, games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. C. L. Hawk, Mrs. Ed Weller and Mrs. Leslie Bean. Ckat» Meeting KANE— The Amoraa Class of the local Baptist Church met Wednesday afternoon at the home o Mrs. Iva/i Shackelford. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. A. A. Abbott and Mrs. Goldie Hmmicutt Mrs. Gets Sales Post With Olin Mathieson C. E. (Bob) Becker has heon appointed central area government sales manager for the Win Chester-Western divsiion, 01 in- Mathieson Chemical Corp., with offices in Alton. Becker succeeds H. M. King who has been transferred to the New Haven. Conn, plant as administrative assistant to the manager of arms and ammunition sales. The appointment was announced by W. R. Kelty division vice president for marketing. A native of Alton and graduate jof Alton High School and Shurt leff College. Becker joined the Olin organization in 1932. He join ed the Winchester-Western government sales department. Becker last year won the Clas"C" division of the Grand Ameci c a n Trapshoot at Vandalia Ohio. Gen. James McPherson, highest-ranking Union otficer killed jn the Civil War, was born al Clyde. Ohio. Koran, the sacred writings of the Moslems, means "the read ing, or that which is to be read." Hunnicutt was in charge of de votions. Edward N. Palen of WOKZ Mu»U*r of Ticket* on suit- at lullowiiiu locution* anil at the door: PHELAN'S PAINT. WALLPAPER STORE 101 \V. Uruutlxvuy—Alton RAIN A G Suptr Shop FOOD MART ••••; !•:»»« Klin—Alluii OR SEE ANY JC or MISS ALTON CONTESTANT!

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