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AbTOM SVBBNQ to Be Part Of Greene County CARftOLLTON-Tht week of JWy 10 through July 1». wet* et tile annual Oreene County tfctr. will be Known •* "ffome- titmint Wee*" her* and sped> i pftaas'wil! be given those Apinfett the fair IB otaervance 01 noMMcoming. A sped*! program Is being arranged for th* day on which tfk* prices tiler wffi be given and a prtte for the Wdest person attending, the o|te <*Mttnc the greatest distance 16 attend and several other distinctions will be made. Another special feature Friday Evening TV Digest of tfee n«f this year will be an Carrollton Unit To Operate Own School Ruses CARROLLTON — Bids were opened relevant to contracting! for school bu* transportation for the next three yean at • recent meeting of the board of education of the Carrollton Unit, School District. j Bids were submitted by Keith i Graham. Harlan McCaherty. •mateur contest Saturday. July j William Berry and Robert 15, and the winner will go to i Price. After opening bids the New York to perform on the board decided that the buses Ted Mack amateur show. A should be school owned and op- •pecial instructor will audition (crated, all contestants and a certain! In Dhtrtct Contest number will be selected from CARROLLTON - A large the group to be presented to group of vocal and band stu- the public during the ftiir. Per-'dents of the Carrollton Corn- sons wishing to compete In thlsjmunity Unit High School will •mateur contest should notify j represent the local school at the Miss NeUe Witt of Carrollton, district vocal and band contest secretary of the fair. to be held Saturday at the high The annual beauty contest i school in Barry. The trip to „_ will be bigger and better this!Barry will be made by school radical change to artistic high- year as plans are being made to!»»« and the students will be *c-| brow in "Split Personality." have special stage settings to !<»mpanled by their instructors, (Repeat) order to make the event more Miss Betty Roth and Miss Val colorful. In addition to appearing in formals before the judges, the contestants will also appear in bathing suite. Alt the girls will be given special; 6:00-3 Jim flow* 4 News: MM ft News- Witter ROM 6:10-4 We*tbet: Fontaine 5 Weather with ArttMnd 6:15-4 CBS New*: Kdxvatrte 5 Huntley. Brmkley News 9 Ocean Showroom: Miami Bench Seaquarium 6:30—3 Funday Funnies 4 Rawhide: Night prairie winds carr> eerfe sounds ot a mysterious bugler in "Incident of the Phantom Bugler." Jock Mahoney heads band of Jayhawkers who hold up drive at river crossing. 5 Happy: Argument between honeymoon couple em broils Sally and Chris in squabble of their own In "The Honey moon." 9 Out of This World U Bold Journey: Schooner i to Tlburon. 7:00—2 Harrlgan and Son: Harrigan Sr.. promises to address: Harvard Law class then reneges without informing Junior. 5 Five Star Jubilee: Carl! Smith host. Singers Jimmy Dean and June Carter, guests in country-music series. 9 Mathematics Course 11 Man and Challenge 7:30—2 Flintstones: Conk on the head causes Fred to undergo most mttts twfJcQF s CMYKM of terting htt drivtr'i HWHH Ml "Pipes of Nan," 9 How to Compfrte Your- Income Tax: Instruttom for hurt minute Mere. 11 MIKe Hammer 8:00-2 77 Sunset Strip: Spent- tow." liTvt pcmn >twy ol met ifflhatf of tUM Mill con* ctntratton ctmp tttwm to Euro** 4 EytwttWBs to Mtetory Trial ot Adolf Elehrnam 10:00-2 9«« Hunt 4 News: Spencer Allen er uaes Suzanne as bait to track { 5 News: Bob Hille down slayer ot number of beau-! 9 News: Walter Ron Uful girls in "Common Denom- 10:10—I Weather: Fontaine tnator." ; 5 Weather: St. Jama 5 Telephone Hour: (Color) 110:15-4 Eye on St. Louis "Younger Generation" feattjras rising young stars of showbus- iness with Arlene Francis as hostess. Harve Presnell. Ron Husmann, Eileen Rodgers and others. 9 Boston Symphony Orchestra: Charles Munch directs.! 11 Tightrope. 8:30-4 Way Out 11 M Squad. 9:00—2 Robert Taylor's Detectives: Battle of wits between 5 Best ot Paar: Robert Merrill, Cliff Arquette, Max Ra skin. Carl Winston, guests. (Repeat) 9 My Favorite Reading 10:30-9 Movie: Laraine Day Gene Raymond: "The Locket' ,(1947) Girl with strtmge tnenta powers ruins men who Iov6 her WAV Ott TOMOUTt Lois Smith and Carmen Matthews co-star in CfiS-TV's "Way Out" drama •The Sisters" tonight at 8:30 on Ch' 4. Drama concerns the effect a woman's death has on her sister. RNCORB <W TfiLBPffONfc Itont i Six outstanding enter- talnment features will be repeated on the season's final "tele- 4 Movie: Gary Cooper, | phone Hour" colorcast Friday. Walter Brennan '"Sgt. York"!£pHl 28. Rosemary Clooney. (1941) Story of World War I (bucked by Eddie Condon and his hero. i.Inzz Combo, will be seen in re- jneat of their pprformnnce of last Nolan. I Jan. 20. Mnrwlin Jackson will sis Berry. CarroIltonWSCS instruction prior to the contest j f|f-f|p|M»o and will be guests of the Greene ; vrllll/CI S 4 Route 66: Buz helps Tod scour slums of Los Angeles looking for beautiful, wayward cousin Carole in "Moat Vanquished. Most Victorious." Royal Da no. canny youngster and Hoi-: 10:35—11 News Roundup brook to determine whereabout ill.-00—11 Movie: Lloyd of boy's guardian in "Little Boy Marjoric Weaver: "Man Who 1 Gershwin's "Summertime" from Clue." 4 Twilight Zone: An in-j Shayne mixes with dead killer j tnp san1P program Robert Pres- credlble robot pitcher with blaz- who won't stay dead, ing fast ball makes team un-i!2:00—5 News beatable until the mechanical; 12:05-5 Movie: Brian Women at Moro To Solicit Funds MORO •» Members 8f Mwo Woman's Community Club will serve as volunteers to solicit funds for the cancer ctUMrtte during April and will conduct a house-to-house campaign. Mr*. Bernard Hufker la cancer crusa* chairman. Four members of the Morn Club attended sessions of the Illinois State Legislature In Springfield on Tuesday as part~«rf a project of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs. Attending were Mrs. Earl Sawyer. Mrs. Sam Dorsey, Mrs. Robert Allison and Mrs, Robert Cooper. Fifteen members of the Club were guests of the Alton Progress Club at its guest night meet- Ing on Wednesday evening at the Alton YWCA. To four AlrpoM MORO — Members of Cub ton's performance of "76 Trombones." Other repeats include 8 JFffwri Alton High Hank in Latin Contest Eight students from Alton High School were ranked in the district and sectional Latin contest held at Civic Memorial High School of Bethatto, March 29, am which included tt schools, U wat announced today. Winning places In fourth year: Artne Young, Jean Pierce, and Lltltla Schumacher, superior in sections! and district; In third year, Crelghton Miller and Roberta Pointer, superior ratings in sectional and district; all of whom will compete in the «tale contest. Virginia Yount, made an excellent rating In both divisions. Second year: Jerry Sims, superior in district, excellent In sectional; Shelley Boone, superior in district. Pol DatniijrcH Machfn* it 11 p.m. Trwwdar » twwttgiilt dim- age to R ctflflrfttt mwhu* tt thd Laundry wtt-iiPrtw flail- US' it 298 B. Kim St. to me rtpwt, trt* pasfle ttwtt ot tht michitn hid DUB and a dummy ptck of clgafetMa ttMm. Pblhw Hfi thwi was apparently no attwopt rntde to open the machine to ffin •»• cess to tht coM ** « I. I— (1934) Architect commissioned man's one shortcoming catches up with him in "The Mighty Caesy." | to plan a mansion. 5 Michael Shayne: Wit- j 12:10—2 News Wrap-Up ness to gangster's kidnaping i 12:15—2 Comedy Time pays with his life for knowledge; 12:45—4 Movie: but not before he reveals whatj Madge Evans: Keith, i V j 0 ii n virtuoso Zino Franceses ttl. Angela Lansbury; "Key Mah"| MnrKP am j Gower Champion and the Ballet Russee de Monte Carlo. Tf you missed these originally, .hree's your chance to see some the highlights of past sea- Robert Young, json ho(|rs "Death on the bert Airport Saturday. The excursion Is being made as part of the April program theme of "Air Adventure." MiM Adell Gwyn Rites Conducted WORDEN — Funeral rites for Miss Adell M. Gwyn, 71. he has seen in "Date With Diamond" (1934) Baseball man- Death." I ager sakes club's hopes on new- 11 Movie: Cornel Wilde, i comer. Jean Wallace: '"Star of In-112:35-2 Daily Word Ida" (1956) Dutch countessai 1:25—5 Weather Report 2:00—4 Late News Roundup 5 Nanette Fabray: Nan al-j 9:30-2 Oose-Up: "I Remem- 2:10—} Give Us This Day hunts for fabulous jewel. COE TO PRODUCE 8GUKN1CK DRAMAS: Fred Coe. pioneet tv producer who helped develop | was j n Worden City Cemetery, such noted writers as Paddy Cha-; Caskethearers were: C. R. Hut- yefsky. Robert Alan Aurthur and j son. Ira Welch, Glenn Phillips. Hot-ton Footc. will produce th^jfiley C. Grant, H. V. Tune and highest In their respective years. It was announced. In junior high school competition: East Junior, David Brewer, superior in district and sectional: Kaela Moore, excellent in district. North Junior: Richard Woodward, j excellent In district; and West Junior: Judith Rowden, excellent in district. Young Brewer will compete in at the Worden. Methodist ChuS' the state contest The pastor of the church, Rev. H. M. Fish, officiated. Interme/it CAMFBILL and win be guests County Fair Association at a dinner prior to th« contest. As CARROLLTON - Mrs. Lyle; in the past. $100 In prizes ^Monsoon. President of the WSCSi be given the winners. ° f *e Methodist Church and o*-,' 5: «>-i "*• ** er officers were re-elected Wed- There will be three i'8ht; nesdav j horse racing programs, begin- other officers are Mrs. Joe Dav-1 nihg Wednesday and continuingi idsoa y^ president: Miss Marie through Friday night There|\vitt, secretary; Mrs. Damon Saturday Daytime, April 15 Write-ins Ask Shipman Votes Next Tuesday SHTPMAN — A list of "wrilr- 6:00-4 7:00 _ 2 4 wll also be a racing program Sunday afternoon, July 16. As Driver treasurer. The secretaries of the various departments, also preliminary to the fair, a {re-elected are Mrs. William Hop- night racing program will be held June 20 this year to give trainers an opportunity to try kins, spiritual life; Mrs. Truman Wolfley, missionary education; Mrs. Guy Petty, children's work; their colts with a starting gate. Mrs. Norman Brooks, youth work; Training is now being done on «*• *«• Williams, supplies; the track at the fairgrounds. £ ^JK.. STS Bedtai Sunday CARROLLTON Mrs. Neil Carrico will present her pupils in the second of three public recitals Sunday at 2 p.m. at Carrollton Public Library hall. tions; Mrs. Kenneth Byland, local church activities. The program Wednesday consisted of the snowing of a film, "Fire Upon the Earth," by the Rev. Robert Pitsch, pastor of the 5 7:30-5 8:00-4 5 8:30-4 5 9:00-2 5 9:30-2 4 5 10:00-2 4 5 ' 10:30-2 Special guests will be David j church. Mrs. Delbert Driver was Butler of radio station WJBMJ devotional leder. Jeraeyville, and a guitar ensem-j Hostesses were Mrs. Dean We will play several selections, jOough, Mrs. Joe Davidson and the players being Roy Osborn.! 511 "- ^^ Men - ' Miss Sue Ellen Carrico and! Neil carrico, aii of Carrollton. i Pastors at Greene Vocal soloes and duet numbers, win be sang by Dan osborn.j CountyHearChaplain John Barton. Karen Varble and Mary Kay Jennings. ! CARROLLTON - The Rev. Darn ed by the following students :j s ^ te flt a meeting of Qreene Loretta Tolbert, Sue Shelton.^^ Mlnisteria] Tue«- 11:00-2 4 5 Prayer: News Town and Country P.S.4: How to Spell Community Campus Movie: Roy Rogers: Ho" (1939) Western Modern Farming Abbott and Costello Outside In Whistle-V Ranch Captain Kangaroo • Corky The Clown Cartoon C&pers Shari Lewis: (Color) Sheena Mighty Mouse King Leonardo: (Color) Flash Gordon Magic Land Fury Suzy's Playroom. Roy Rogers Show Lone Ranger Michaels in Africa Sky King True Story 11:30—2 Laurel and Hardy 4 SS Popeye- 5 Detective's Dairy. Noon—2 Age of Comedy. 5 St. -Louis Hop 11 Frontiers of Science 1 12:30-2 Pip the Piper 4 People's Choice 11 Movie: Buck Jones: "Boss of Gun Creek" Western 1:00—2 Movie: Douglas Fairbanks Jr: "Corsican Brothers" (1941) Twin brothers avenge parents death. 4 Let's Eat 5 Hopalong Cassidy 1:30—4 Young Adults 11 Movie: Kent Taylor, Cathy Downs: "Phantom from 10,000 Leagues" (1956) Horror tale begins when fisherman is found on beach dead from radiation 1 poisoning. 2:00—4 Montage: Gypsy Rose| Lee guest • 5 Movie: Robert Cum- 2:30—4 tion 3:00-2 4 3:30-2 4 eight live color dramatizations of!Ben Wohtert. David 0. Sel/nick screen classics Entertain Cage Team slated for NBC-TV next season.', WORDEN — The Worden Lions FORMER "TARZAN" TO BKlClub entertained members of the . ,, ... . ,. . REGULAR ON WAGON TRAIN: I high school basketball team and m ™nd.clates are »eeking Her- Scott Miller, former motion pic-1 cheerleaders Tuesday evening with jtion to village offices Tuesday. hire "Tarzan," will be introduced)a banquet In the Lutheran Hall..the list including Mayor James; regular member of NBC's j Guest speaker was B. Weber ofjLaffey. ("Wagon Train" in the title rolejCollinsville, assistant basketball No candidates formally quali-' . iof "The Duke Shannon Story" i coach. ;fj pr j through petitioning or caucus j 'April 26. As Shannon. Miller be-! Trophies were awarded to Ron-i pr j or to the ballot deadline, soj comes the fifth regular cast mem- j aid Dailey for best free throwi there will be a ballot for writing! mines: "Black Book" (1949) French Revolutionists search for i at incriminating diary. ti on Washineton Conversa-lAP" 1 26 - As Shannon. Miller be- Byline — Steve Wilson News: Roger Grimsby The California™ Challenge 5 This Was Our Best: 1960 NBC prize-winning news films reviewed. 11 Lester Band 4:00—2 Championship Bowling 4 Closeup: Spencer Allen 5 Bowling Stars U Capt. ll's Showboat 4:30—4 Movie: Errol Flynn, Olivia DC Havilland: "Santa Fe Trail" (1940) Pre-Civil War fight for "bloody Kansas." 5 Captain Gallant 11 Deputy Dawg 5:00-2 Ail-Star Golf: Bill Collins vs Dick Metz The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart FRIDAY Sunday Services Are Announced For Carrollton Dottye Hardaway, Connie Hard-;^y at p^ 3^^ church in away, Becky Hardaway, Pat| Greenfield . Berry, Dan Osborn and Danny j ^ m Migmvf fo ol the Howard of Carrollton; Johni^ coucem of Greene Barton of Greenfield; Melody pastors in the field of mental Varble, Karen Varble and; n ealth, members voted to plan Tomma Jo Baker of Eldred;|f 0 r an sponsor a mental health Mary Kay Jennings of Hettick;! seminar next fall. j Carlotta Steinacher. Janet; xhe Rev. Joseph Ethridge of) Steinacher, Karen Reno and i Carrollton presented plans for aj Sherry Allen of Kane. !county-wide united evangelism, ' program. Further arrangements i are to be made on this project | and the alliance taking it as a full program. ! Attending the meeting from Carrollton were the Res-. Darwin Rolens, the Rev. Joseph Ethridge. the Rev. Percy Clark and • the Rev. Robert Pitech. ; To Go To Germany I CARROLLTON — Pvt. Donald • Reese who has completed his has- speak at the jc training at Ft . Leonard Wood,) m V* 1 arrived home Wednesday for 20-1 seraorl day leave, after which he will bej sent to Germany for 2 years. jMrs. Reese and son will continue 'to make their home here during Reese's absence. Graduates from Parka CARROLLTON — David Baumgartner was a member of the . _ ^ . class graduated Wednesday eve- 9 a.m. service at the Baptist \^ ^m Parks Aeronautical Church. There will be a baptts- Schoo , g , 0^^. Atten din g the mal service Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ^ duation was nis wite> Mre . "Our Estimate of Others" will j^ teum&nier, and daugh- be the sermon topic of the Rev.; terg ^ mother Mrs Elizabeth Percy Clark for the 10:45 a.m. ^^^ „,, 0 , ner mem service Sunday in the Presbyteri-, ^ Q{ thp |amj , y uho wepe Mrs an church in observance of Nation- charjeg Dauni Mr and Mrs al Christian College Day T h e ^ rem . e Kirbai , h Mr and Mrfi _ Wertmmster Youth fellow sh.p Harojd Cunningharn and «,„, "• meet at 6 p.m. with Miss Bet- flnfi „ Baumgartner, of this N—News W—Weather S—Sports KSD (NBC) 680 KO WEW (MBS) TIOKO KMOX (CBS) 1120 KO KWK 1S80 KC IVOKZ 1570 KC .45 N: S: Law Music World Business: Wolk N: W: Music BUIe N Music World Lombardo: N Music; N; W N; S Stan Off 3-Star Extra World N E. Morgan N: Music N. Music ,i ,, N; Music N. Music >, ,t Metronom* N: W; Davit B. Anthony S: N N: S N In Person B. Burnes S: N The World B. Music Fan in Stands Dugout Inter. Cards-Redlegs (At St. ( L.) If It If »l N: K. N: K. N: K. S: K. N; K. N; D. N; D. N: n Richard Richard Richard Richard Richard Richard Richard Richard Richard Rlrnard Wilde Wilde Wilde Wilde Wilde U/ilrl» N: Music S. Digest J. Palen Palen: N Sign Off her of "Train." joing John Me-1percentage and Allen Daube for|j n na mps of those residents de- Intire (wagonmaster Chris Hale).j fl «ld goa' percentage. Robert Morton (scout Flint Me-1 Worden Notes Cullough). Frank McGarth (Char-j Mrs- Dorothy Luer returned lev Woostprl and Terry Wilson!home Wednesday from St. Fran- ! rtie tJ n » n Un1 «< f lt./*U«*t1*l (Bill Hawks). BLONDE NAMED "PRETTIEST j S t!BH RAN HOUSEWIFE": Groucho Marx last night crown- j ed a shapely blonde from Scottsdale, Ariz., as the "nation's pretties tsuburban housewife" on NBC's "The Groucho Show." The event culminated season-long contest on the program when he proclaimed Mrs. Richard N. (Jo Ann) Zebell winner. She triumphed last nigh tover two other finalists — red haired Marcia Wilhite of suburban Salt Lake City, Utah, and burnette Patricia Marks of Ballwin. Mo. The 5-feet-5H Mrs. Zebell whose vital statistics read 34Vi-24-34 1 : ! has two boys and a girl, ranging in age from nine to five. PAAR SHOW ENTERTAINING: With no previous mention of guests (except Nancy Walker who didn't appear 1 * Jack Paar on his late night show had Nat 'King' Cole, Grade Fields and Art Carney which turned out to b ethe most entertaining to date. Highlight was the piano duo of Car- made twice as much this year from guestshots, P.A.'s and ni- tery dates then he did last year alternating weekly with Jack Benney and Cole. ALL AROUND THE TUBE: Recommended tonight is ABC's Close- Up ''1 Remember" on Ch. 2 tonight. Story of Simon Gutter, a i concentration camp prisoner who Hospital at Litchfield. .Levi Welch entered Community Memorial Hospital, Staunton on Wednesday. . Mrs. John Olive of Zeigler are visiting with her mother Mrs. Lena Wolf. Mr. and Mrs. William Ursprung and son, David and Mr. and Mrs. Vem Ursprung and family of Waukegan have returned home alter visiting with Mrs. Carolina Ursprung. jsire to hold public offices. In addition to Mayor Laffey. those seeking write-in votes are Miss Freda Eddington, treasurer, and L. E. Kelsey. a trustee, seeking re-election, and Bill Travers and Leo Mills, also trustee candidates. Dewey Paynter and Walter Wood are not seeking re-election as trustees. survived the ordeals of Bergen- cl , jn Belsen. Auschwitz and Burhen- - Joins Texas Laiv Firm As Partner Casteel Named To Plan Group Russell R. Casteel vice president of Olin Mathison Chemical Corp., has been named a director of the Metropolitan Plan Assn. of the St. Louis - Illinois area. The Olin executive was one of 30 named by W. Phillip Shatts, i president. He will serve for three years. F. E. GILBERT Co. 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Ma poin(er Q , Jerseyville and The choir will rehearse Wednes- iMr ftnd Mrg s ^^^ and day at 7 and the junior «*oirj daugluerb 0 , Wood Rivel , Thursday at 5 p.m. u<mpll*l Note. The Rev, Joseph Ethridge will speak at the morning service Sunday in the Christian Church. The Rev. Francis Varble will CARROLLTON - Robert Dan of Carrollton and David Allen Potter of Kane were admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Wednesday. speak at the 10:30 a.m. service at the Faith Baptist Church. The evangelistic service wUJ be heldj^^ "gw £*£"<* mrtin. Sunday at 7:M p.m. the Women B| Dismissfid Wednesday was Sam- Kf iKfiifumrv jwv^uttv will mt^Bi • .n *«***•* -n ^iiAuujiaiy ouuicny wtu ILM^I i ^gj lEuaenc Huff of Jerseyville Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the hon»j and dismissed Thursday was Bob- ol Mrs. Eltery Oawdy Jby Dean Nash and Mrs. Amanda The mpnung S«A'»C« Sunday te )|>Bo|( of Carro , Jtorii James Snd the Baptist Church in Eldred willj^ Q{ c^^^^ and Mias Gus . faff *"*tt&sffMMJ flftpr thfi Kflstspr S£i*v~ to heW oU the U.S.S. Oriskany. bie RU '^r^^ Trip Mr. and >/ CarroJIton, r. a. 1D . . fhe BYF wdi »t 6 p.m R Gregory w A IlortNMf of lore tfcat Qrcctiwood. <wce the Beerup ol Jackioflvolle «nd Miss AMOO, and be- Louise Brauo of Chicago arrived Ht ViUage ol home Wedjieaday fiom a trip, aiooiwl the world. ' I* N Memories J. Buck N: Wilde D. Wilde S. Wilde D. Wilde Memories Memories Memories; N N: Buck J. BUCK N: Wilde D. Wilde N: Watch N. Watch SATURDAY J. Burks> J. 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