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1 ie~it.r~ 1 nrn11y f nr Q!ln.ar 1 nrul Q!nurragr Serving 'Ihe Central Penquis Jlrea s G f d Vol. 5, No. 17 Thursday, April 28, 1966 The Penquis Chapter of the National Honor Society was N H at Ul.l or recently organized at PCHS. ~:e~::rb%~ a:~n~~:ls:~: _Um".., " -- L ~mi I were elected as charter members......,... Initiation for m embers and, ~ 'j... installation of officers will be held May 5th at 7:30 p.m. at the PCHS Auditonum. The Milo High Schod National Honor Society Chapter will perform the ceremony: Pictured at right, L to R, E. Herring ; Norma Fortier, Sheila Neal; Kathern Burgess, Judy Benne tt; Nancy Ronco. Standing, Dean Ridley, ScottBurgess, Charles Pullyard, Larry Ruksznis, Kerry Reynolds. Chris HarringtoiJ.. Dennis Ruksznis, David Gilbert, George Rollins, Gene Tobey, Absent: Jeff Dorine Morgan. 1 Ten Cents. M. H. S. Girl's State de s are ""'1-''ll"'u"' Leavitt, Alt. Ste- P. c. H. S. delegates to Boy's State are: Kerry Reynolds Chnst- phanie Howard, Joanne Lovell and Alt. J anice Buzzell. 0t\ner H~rr\ngton and Dennis Ruksznis. (Bunker Photos).~~..,_..,_,_,.n.., - ) ~ t:ont'd 0n P<>a-P 12 " ,.~

2 THE TOWN CRIER is published each Thursday evening by the TOWN CRIER PUBLICATIONS. We hope to be of help to the citizens of the towns in our coverage through NEWS, INFORMATION, AJ:I.'D LOWER PRICED ADVERTISING. We a.ccept no financial responsibility for errors in advertising but will gladly ~rint corrections. Copies of mo~ t pqotos appf~a ring in THE TOWN CRIER mav be obtained through our office. H you have news or available photos of any sort we urge you to call an editm or drop ln. Dead-!trc will be Monday Noon but we would appreciate copy received earlie r In the week. Class ified atls -o cent minimum including up to 12 words. Scents for each additional word. Display ad space by the column inch. lf yet~ want to BUY, SELL, RENT or SWAP, try "Town Crier" Class.tfl~. =--- EDLTOR - Joanne Brighan) Milo ':"!;A NK YOU 1 "i:,;<:,.- thank my relatives au 1 friend~ fo1 the many kinu t ~ik, and deeds received by :.a,1 ~:W;feamim,.. du ring my, <- t "':::ty in Lhl hospital,.~:.er (.Roacn) Cocl<rane- :'\BBOT :_'..,.-:-{. 8,\.LE Abhot Grange is holding all 2 ~ <1.s st.<>ves, L refrig ej ator, open nhwtlng, April30 at 8 p..i.j l's, windows and sinks m. at th<j Grange H[lll <nob : o(! r; ;, scn anc<.-.[ Grar.gc Week. A program wi.ll be pres<'nted, '(o-..jh. SALE dancing and games. Ren t>shmcnts w'ill be :.:.erved. Gra.nges Trnck campers & Travel ':':ra, 1 ::; ;:; )lc\ by J0hn Hoskins, invited are Shu'lt'j, Dawn of Hope, 1-' ;) dr1 1. tl.~, A i.:bot pt ople and Junior Gn1!1$" :::; n.rs also invited. NOTICE On Friday, April 29th at 2 p. m. an Arbor Day Celebration will oe held at the Milo Elemt::ntary School gk} nnds when trees \vill be plantetl c1de.r tl:e a.uspicies of Milo Garden C 1ub. J UNE 18TH '66! PLAN TO BE m GUILFORD -I"'.. '11lilo eommuhity THE TOWN CRIER 'lo6pital '11-ew~ Gifts of clothing for the Children's Ward have been received. Receptionists are Friday, Hilda Brown; Saturday, Edith White and Harriet Hoss; Suntlay, Adelia Leonard and Doris Willinski; Monday, Edith Perry; Tuesday, Marian Rhoda; Wednesday, Amocr Vincent; Thursday, Edna Trcworgy. The Regional Hospital Association regular meeting will be TuPsday, May 3rcl following a banquet at 6:30p.m. at Sebec CorncJ Grange HaiL Doctors, HospitalAdministrators, Nurses Hospital Trustees with wives and husbands are to hear about Medicare from a s peaker supplied by Social Secu1 ity Office. PATIENTS ADMITTED From Milo: Dorothy Bushway Charles Grinnell Vera.:S\lrtou PeL<..r Grinnell '.\.';1 iter Patterson Pa.tl icli:i Crosby Virgil Valente Ivan Jeffery William Hurley Robert Philbrook. Barbar~l. Marb; 1.1aJy Babin PaiLlinc H:trtin B t:ujah McLane From Garland: Muriel Day From Dover-Foxcroft: Kathleen Green From Bradford: Robert Lyford, Jr. Clarice Van Dyne From Brownville:. William Wadman Eva Jones Phyllis Strout From Charleston: Christine Scott From LaGrange: Velma Lufkin From Bangor: SE RVICES Paul A. West, Suneyingand UNITED D.'1PTIST CHURCH ora f ting. Box 703, Brownville l\filo _, e. 96:3-!n9J. Daily Vac:J.tion Bible School will be held from June 20 to Guy Monroe F'l l 81\l.E July 1. Thosedesil'ingto help William Buckley Maur ice Goodall 32 ft extension ladder and as teachers, helpers, d -;, ivers, Shirley Barker.!. f!.. s Lcp laddt~ r; 1 all s t.eel recreation, pray pa.rlncrs or PATIENTS DISCHAHGED.:;;,t..: ~ desk and filing cabinet in any \'lil.y, contac t Mr. Don l:'rom Milo: From Milo: :,:;d 0-hai 1. Call Charles Brown Wibbcrly O!' Nf.rs. Stlzanne Bad ;:J ra Ma1~ks Patr.icia Crosby. _f Paulene Harlin t) :2~:jU. Rhoda.. Sa1lv Black Fn.ma Gnmmon ::7ordon...; His Pct.. n Gi'illlwll Chaires Kerr Tom Dunn Marlene Madore & 1;ai,y Rita 1ibbP1t.:; h babv lv yrt.c Lancaster Ch u-le~ Grinnell Gordon Ellis Charles Kerr From Dover-Foxcroft: Kathleen Green r ) From Bradford: Newall Lyford Robert Lyford Clarice Van Dyne Roben Ph ilbr('ijk Ft'on Br.,,rnville: Carolyn Richard Guy Monn" D. nald }.1.-Jartin Eva,)'ones Ida Dean Malcolm Royal Phyllis Strout. From LaG range: Hazel Wansink Ruby Ferguson George Badger, Jr. \'(;ima LufKtn Virgil Valente.:' ~ '; ';,:' ' ~ I : Ford Truck SEND BIDS TO Superintendent's Office S. A. D. li-41 Bids Close Friday April 29th! Can be see n at Milo High School yard. Ford Station Wagon --- -

3 THE TO\\'); CRIER Page 3 F. A. Track Team C1L~urrl1 Nrws CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 9:30 Priesthood meeting 10:30 Sunday School 12,00 Sacrament Meeting :\ieetings are held at theamerican LegionHall, Do\rP.JL,Foxcroft SANGERVILLE lj ~TED CHURCH AttheUnitedChurch Sunday, the pas tor, Miss Shirley Haney wok for her sermo.n subject, " What God has Done and Is Doing in Our Midst". Miss Dianna Rees was soloist sing: ing"ln the Garden". The Junior choir sang an anthem and wereleadersincongregational singing. The Altar baskets ofwhite i~~~l;; ::~~t:;~thebridge - JEHOVA.H.';:, VH.J. ~~~~~ ELMWOOD PARK, MtLO Sunda_y, May 1 at 2 p.m. Public pible Lecture"A Way Of Life Set Out in The Sermon On The Mount" by W. Bolt. Watchtower Study, Sunday, :\iay 1 at 3 p.m. "Completing The Work of Making Disciples" based on I Corinthians 3:9. - Tuesday, May3at7:30 p.m. Bible Study with Aid of. Book, "Things In Which It Is Impossible for God To Lie".;"The Founding of the True Christian. Congregation". Thursday, May 5 at 7:00 p. m. Ministry School; Service Meeting at 8:00 p.m. Cont'd on Page 5 25th Anniversary Gift Ware by WestVirginiaGlass Foxcroft Academy's 1966 Track Team. L tor: First Row, Wayne Dow, David Mallet, Peter Roderick, Robert Annis, Ryan Varnum, Coach Walt Beaulieu. 2nd Row, Francis Robinson, Mike McDonald, Steve Blanchard, Peter Bishop and Mike Taylor. (Bunker Photo) P.C.H. S. Honor Students ~~~~~ Melanson Jewelry Co. r:ui lfor4'.. W: Top Ten Honor Students at Piscataquis Community High School. L to R: First Row, Charles Pullyard, Nancy Ronco, Earline Herring. 2nd Row, Larry Ruksznis, Scott Burgess, George Rollins, Larry Greaves and David Gilbert. Absent when photo was taken were Jeffrey Cross and Dorine Morgan. (Bunker Photo)

4 Pag:! 4 THE TOWN CRIER PISCATAQUIS COUNTY CHAPTER OF MARCH OF DIMES HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING The Piscataquis County Chapter, the National Foundation,!.~archofDimeshasheld the Annual Meeting for reports and the e tection of officers, at Blethen House, Dover-Foxcroft. Those attending were: Paul:rL Day, Chairman;,James H. Buzzell, Vice Chairman; Betty Harvey, Secr<~tary; Ruby Dugas, Treasurer; Estl1er Owen, W. V.S. Chairman and Town Chairman; Mrs. Rodney Ross, Brownville;Mrs. wardscripture, Milo; Mrs. Faye Stilson,Sangerville with guest Mrs. Rita Beech ; Mrs. Neil Jolmston, Sebec; Mrs. June Marsh, Brownville; Representing the Teen Age Program were: Esther McLain Milo; Sandy Carvin, Greenville and Kathleen Morin, Sangerville; E. Joel Bois, FLld H.eprescntative from Portlandheadquarters was the speaker. Officers for the past y~~~u all were re-elected. Chairmaa reported ':cry satisfactvry results from the recent campa1gn. Total receipts were $ , more than twice the amou!1t recel ved from the previous year. The citizens o[ th0 Count-y a re io be prai~cd for their generous support of this fight against crippling birth defects. There will be a continuing program of education to keep the public aware of the need of its support for the re::;earch as well ao care of the unfortunate victims of Birth Defect::>.! C LEARANCE! I I I '10e VESTA Gas Range (Apt. size) HARDVi:1CK Gas Range (Apt. size) VESTA Gas Hange 30" CALORIC Gas Rang-e 20".FIREHOOD (Bright RED Fireplace) HUMIDIFIER Deluxe Sunbeam REFR!GERA.TOR (Used -Flash's) FLOOH SAMPLES $ CASH CARRY $ ' M. C. Horne & Sons, Inc. Milo, Maine NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK OBSERVED IN GUILFORD In observance of National Library W8ek, the trustees of Guilfbrd Memorial Library, held Open House Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments were served from 2 to 4 to a good number of interested people. In addition several others visited the Bookmobile which was stationed in front of the library. During the afternoon, Mrs. Eva Burgess showed a film, "New Fashions In Flowers" In recognition of the weeka window in Crockett's Bakery was decorated by Mrs. F1"eda Maxfield and Mrs. Edwina Hamiiton. Mrs. Freda Maxfield and Mrs. Phyllis Perkins were in charge of the refreshment table Assisting were Mrs. Hazel Moultou, Mrs. Edwina Hamilton, 'Miss Etl1el Ladd, Mrs. }/[abel,johnston, JVIrs. Char-.. lotte White, Region chair - man of National Library Week. r COUNTY DEMOCRATS TO MEET On Wednesday May 4th the PiscataqUis County Denio.cratic Committee willholdam,eeting atdover-foxcroft!3tarting at 7 P.M. At 8 P.M. Senator Carlton Reed, State Senate President will be guest speaker. The meeting is open to the public.. Senator Heed will tour Milo, Brownville, Foxcroft, Guil- ford and Greenville duripg th.e day. CORRIDOR ROAD MEETINGS. StateSenator JohnMcDonaid ofderbywill attend a meeting at Sherbrooke, Que. f~aturing discussion with the mayor of that city and the International Corridor Road Committee and also a meeting at Bangor VJ.ith the State Highway Commission during the next ten days. The "Route 6" _plans are well under way. Come In and See qur NEW BOAT SHOW ROOM!! Johnson Molors -Star Craft and White Boats -SPECIAL PRICE ON._'5er.,ice o4u ~o'wr ~uel I WHITE CANOES! SPECIAL PRICE on 1 90 H.P John-, ~ <.f?._e_ej_~_. ---JII 1 son Motor! Life Saving Cushions ONLY $2.50 each! l\1ilo SPORT SHOP. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ P R1 0~ SOFTBALL TEA~vfS ' ~.. ' It would be appreciated that.t 0~~THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY! OF COURSE PLOWS \VANl'S GAMES requests for games we sent as f (Y ~~ ~ ARE STILL USED, BUT THEY ARE Warden Allan Robbins soon as possible i n orde.r that t "-'":~, ~ A LOT MORE MODERN THAN THE 'Vfaine State P l.ison, Thomas- th<.. scl~adule m?y be complet- 1 ' MACHINE AT LEFT. MILK HAS ::on., t' 1 Jay an.n Junced plans for ed well in advance of game dates i BEEN USED FOR CENTURIES, BUT.he Prison 8 196G Softball Sea- All teams wishing to compete I,, PASTEURrZED & HOMOGENIZED son, with the Prison Softball Team : ~--' MILK IS THE MODERN KIND! Ga:mes will be schoctulod for should.contactdonaldgagne, f ~ '):mdays and H.oiidays starting RecreaHon Officer, :_,y mail i me 3U1 of Ivla". throu»h the 5th ~ ' o or phone ( ). i Septe:-nbot' l9{)6, The hames Last season the P rison Soft- j vill ~:: tart at approx.in,ately ball n ro.m compiled at 37 wom!2:00 p. m. and all games wili anrj 5 Lost record against some! ::em, played within the Prison of the leading teams in t.'l:le ' Na l.s. State. fr\\(rl\ fl fii) W MILO ~IJ'U IJI.ro lj MAINE. l ~ \

5 THE TOWN CRIER P age 5 New Roseanne* 1J~C1MJL ~ ~b~% 0 N E IDA* STAINLESS Lovely stainless with a Cfirefree; finish that never needs polishing. Choice of three beautiful designs. 55:PIECE SERVICE FOR 8 ONLY. ~ :0 0 ~ (/) You get all these pieces I 16 teaspoons 8 soup spoons 8 dinner knives 8 salad forks 8 dinner forks INCLUDING THESE 7 EXTRA Serving Pieces 1 butter knife 1 cold meat fork 1 gravy ladle 2 table spoons 1 sugar spoon 1 pierced dessert server Get all your stainless at once. Buy this really complete service of expertly crafted Oneida Stainless... today! FOSHAY FURNITURE COMPLETE HOME FU RNISHINGS MAIN STREET MILO MOTHER'S DAY GIFT OVERSEAS-AspecialCARE Mother's Day plan this year will send CARE food packages overseas in the name of an American mother to a hungry mother and her family. New Englanders may join in this nation wide program of goodwill by sending a donation to the CARE office in Boston along withtheirownandtheir mother's name and address. CARE will send mother an acknowledgement card and speed a food package overseas ~n her name. CHURCH NEWS Cont'd from Page 3 WSCS HELPING HAND METHODIST CHURCH WSCS, Helping Hand Chapter met Thursday evening at the Methodist church with. Mrs.Robert Vanasek as hostess. 17 members were present and Mrs. Frank Kent, President, opened the meeting with the reading of a poem. Communications were read, announcing the Maine Conference WSCS meeting at Wesley Church in Bath,.April 20; the Bangor District WSCS May 5 at Bucksport, Me. and the Maine Confer ence School of Christian Missions and.service at Colby College Waterville, August 22-26, the theme cfthe School "Christian Being and Doing". Mrs. Ralph Weston read an uticle from the Methodist Women giving a review of the work ox Christian Social Relations pre sented at the annual meeting of the Womans Division of Christian Service at Buck.Hill Falls, Penn. 60 calls were reported. Discussidn was held in regard to having a float for the Sesqui-Centennial and it will be decided upon at the next meeting. Worship and Program "Chosen For Action" the roll of women in the Ecumenical movement was led by P earl Cont'd on Page 6

6 Page 6 THE TO\VN CRIER BRIDGE -BICKFORD WEDDING HELD IN Mother's /VIA Y Day 8TH THAT SPEC IAL GIFT, THE ONE THAT SHOWS YOU REALLY CARE!!.\~[M~!A Main Street '1rl.af111i~icent Milo, Me. CHURCH NEWS Cont'd from Page 5 Ward;;others participntilliwcre :Miss Esther Woolsey, Mrs. Alice Flanders, Mrs. Halph Weston, Mrs. Mary Clark and Mrs. Fernal Hamilton. Refreshments were served by the hostess. T~1e Methodist Youth Fellowship served a spaghetti and casserole supper to approximately 120 people. The proceeds will assist the members tc attend Maine Methodist Camp. Those working on the supper were Diane Adams, Lindy Blake, Pamela Cartwright, Debbie Crocker, Rae Ellen Cunningham, Louise Davis, Joy Gilbert, CindyHall, K:;.thyHall, Sherry Hall, Pamela Leighton, Vicld Leighton, Penny Lovell, Debbie Street, Sharon Wharff. The men assisting were Fred Hall, Charles Robinson, Edgar Cartwright, Ralph Weston, Don Temple, Rev. Robert Vanasek, Mrs. Alice Cunningham. UNITED BAPTIST CHURCH Lewis; ChairmanofProgram, DORCAS GUILD Chri.stel Woodar d; Vice (Pres. The Dorcas Guild of Milo of Missions and Chairmanof United Baptist Church metfor their final meeting of the year. The business meeting was presided over by the president, Suzanne Rhoda. Aninstali.ation service was led by Elsie Mayo. The following officers will serve for ; President Suzanne Rhoda; Secretary, June Kelley; T reasurer, Vivian Wioberly; Vice President oflnterprctation and Chairman of Communications. Pauline Special I nte rest Missionaries, Kathy Wibberly; Chairmanof White Cross, Ina Banker; Vice Pres. ofchristianservice and Chairman of Christian Social Relation, Pauline Conley ; Chairman of Love Gift, Thelma Chessa; Vice Pres. of LeadershipDev., NormanHorne; Chmm of Spiritual Growth, Katherine Osgood; Chmm of Literature, Opal Ellis. PICK A PARTNER!locket FRIDAY AT 7:30P.M. SOMEBODY WINS 4 TROPHIES EVERY co:~~ IN TRY FRIDAY! YOUR LUCKI Miss Ellen Louist; Bickford, daughter of Mr. and Mt s. Frank Bickford of Sanger ville and Harry Joseph Bridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bridge of Parkman, were united in marriage Saturday, April 23rd at the United Chtr 0h of Sangerville. Mr. Donald McCobb of Strong, Me. officiated at the double r ing ceremony, assisted by Pastor Shirley Haney. The church was decorated with baskets and seat marj,ers of white gladiolas. Tall tapered candle holders made by Mr. Alex Carter were used in the midjle aisle. The bridge given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length empirl.:l A"-linc gown of re-embroidered lace and ve'iled nylon ol.'ganza. The 0mpire lace bodice was fashioned with scalloped neckline and elbow length sleeves. Floral lace appliques accented the skirt and camelot chapel length train. Her finger tip veil of French illusion fell from a tiara of lace and pearls and teardrop crystals. ShecarriedawhiteRainbowBible covered with stephanotis and ivy cen~ered with an orchid. Mrs. Ann Bridge of Orono was matron of honor. Her street length dress of white lace over pink was fashioned with a scooped neckline, fitted bodice, elbow length sleeves and bell shaped sl<irt. The matching headpiece was a tailored bow and short veil She carried a cascade of pink carnations. Wearing similar gowns of white lace over blue, wi th matching headpieces and shoes, the bridesmaids were Miss Lorene Rollins of Guilford, cousin of the bride; Miss Mary Littlefield of Sangerville, classmate of the bride; Mrs. Be, erly Bridge of Jericho, Vt. sister in law of the bridegroom. Theycarriedcascades of light blue carnations. The flower girl was Melony Bridge of Jericho, Vt. niece of the groom. She wore a dress similar to the Matron of honor and car ried a white basket or pink r ose buds. The ring bearer was John Durham of Monson, cousin of the groom. Mr. Norman Bridge of Orono, brotbe r of the bridegroom served as best man. The ushers were Mr. Paul Bridge of Jericho, Vt. brother of the groom; Mr. Ronald Farrar of Dover Foxcroft, cousin of the groom and Mr. Ralph Titcomb of Abbot friend of the groom. Special mus e was by Mrs. c.,eryl Sullivan of Guilford, organist and Mrs. Irene Harrington of Sangerville, soloist. The reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the church vestry. The refreshments were by the United Circle. 'Th<>.,..,,...qt 1-.,-.f'lk w:~r r.i rr.u ln.tcd bv Miss Paula Jordan of Sangt~rville; the gift tab ~ :! was in charge of Mrs. Jean Durham of Monson and Mrs. Betty Jordan of Sangerville. Assisting at the refreshment table were Mrs. Barbara Whiting of Abbot, and Mrs. Bonnie Phinny of Sangerville. The cake, which was made and ~ erved by Mrs. Bernice Carter of Sangerville, was agifttothe briae. She was assisted by Mrs. Beulah Thomas. After a wedding trip by car to Canada and Vermont, the couple will be at home at 42 Lobster Cove Road, York, Me. The bride graduated from Piscataquis Community High School and the New England Deaconess Hof'{:ital School of Nursing, Boston. She has been on the nursing staff of Mayo Memorial Hospital. She is a member of Susie Carr Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. The bridegroom graduated from Piscataquis C01nmunity High School and University of Maine!where he is a member ofphy Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is attached to the Maine Air National Guard unit at Dow Air Force Base. He is presently employed as a design engineer at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard at Kittery Maine. '.. ',J ' -. ' '~ ' '.,.:,:. " :... ' ' "'"'" "'.~"'...,.... \

7 THAT'S RIGHT... THE WAY PONTIAC HAS BUILT IN SO MUCH QUALITY, SO _MUCH POWER, SO MUCH IN THE APPEARANCE & LUXURY LINE.... AND KEPT PRICES SO LOW..... IS LIKE MAGIC! SALES ATKNOWLESPONTIAC HAVE BEEN GROWING STEADILY AS THE WORD GETS AROUND ABOUT TijE WAY "BUTCH" DEALS, HIGH TRADE -INS, FINE SERVICE, YOU JUST CAN'T DO BETTER!..... GTO CONVERTIBLE COME TO TIGER COUNTRY & SEE THE REVOLUTIONARY NEW - :1966 PO C ' ~ ~.li,. - " ~~ ~ILrn~.!:L~~~~ SEE "BUTCH" 943 ~2623!P ~~il~

8 Page 8 /--'Cite ~ecipe '13o~ Why not share a favorite recipe? Send your / recipe to the Town Crier. If your r ecipe is picked for printing in T HE RECIPE BOXcol- 1, urnn, you will receive a 3 month s ubscription, to the Town Cr ier. Each week we will print a I different recipe which can be cut out and fil- ' ed in your own recipe box, 1/ 7!~-... ~:!. ~~ l ~ CHOCOLATE FLOAT. ~ i. c sugar 2 c water Bring to boil and put in casser ole. 1 c s ugar 2 c flour 1 c s hortening 4 tbsp. cocoa 1 c milk 1 tsp salt 2 tsp Baking powder 2 tsp vanilla nuts optional cream sugar and shortening, add other ingredients and mix well. Drop by spoonfuls into syrup mixture in casserole. Bake 1 hour in 350 degree oven. Serve with plain or whipped cream. ~ ~ ~ ONE'N' ONE CLUB, The One'n One Club rnetat the United Chur ch dinhg room Sunday for a 6: 00 p. m. fi.#pper Twenty members and two guests were pres ent. g> ~~ ~~~~~:._ The committee of the even ing was Gladys and Glyndon Palmer; Mildred and Richard Hill. F()llowing supper, Mrs. Ella Ruland showed many of her ceramics and demonstrated how color and design are applied in the pr ocess of making beautiful dishes. 1 5 ~ 0,tS a~gloral ~ grasrance CO'IY- YARDLEY - SHULTON - CARA NOME & OTHERS!.get yours at.-- Rexall o PENQUIS BARRACKS AND AUXILIARY MET TH E TO WN CRIER Penquis Barracks #?124 Veterans of W. w. I and Auxiliary met at the Legion horne in Milo Sunday April 17 for their Apr11 meeting. The meeting was preceded by a 1 o'clock dinner. The meeting of the Barracks was conducted by the commander Paul Nelson. The roll call found three officers absent. Ther e were 18 members present including one visitor, the Depar tment Commander, Raymond Torrey frojt- Bangor Barracks # Department Commander Torrey Sibke briefly discribing the Department Council meeting which is to be held in Augusta Sunday, April 24th. A card was sent to Buddy Sarge Rugal who has been sick but is now improving. Post Commander Stanley Brown was appointed publicity Officer fo r the remainder of the year. Buddy Charles Page was appointed Hospital Chairman. Buddy Page gave a report of his experience while in v. A. Hospi-tal at To gus. Itwas voted to hold next meeting Sunday, May 15th at Central Grange Hall in Dove r-foxcroft with a chicken pie dinner a t one o'clock which will preceoo the meeting. The dinner will be put on by the members of Central Grange. Visitors always welcome. AUXILIARY MEETING Auxiliary to Penquis Barracks # 2124 met at the Legion Home for their regular meeting, preceded by a 1 o'clock dinner with EthelPerry, Adelia Leonard and Eva Scripture as dinner committee. Meeting called to order by President Freda Brown and she appointed Audrey Brockway as Patriotic Instructor an,d Evelyn Nelson as Jr. Vice President to fill the absent officers chairs. Opened with prayer and Flag salute. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Thank you notes for gifts and 0ards were read from Jospeh Chaisson Post 41 for birthday gift. Mary Grant, Dover-Foxcroft and Othilie Ellis were reported iu and cards were signed to be sent to them. The trustees reported all bills approved and signed. Also reported that the books had been audited and found correct. Resignation of Amber Vincent as Junior Vice President was read and accepted. The secretary was instructed to send a card to each member staqthatanewjr. Vice President woul~ be elected at the next meeting to fill this vacancy. FredaBrown, President thanked all who helped on the dinner. Raymond.1 orrey of Bangor spoke about the council meeting to be held at Augusta, Sunday, April 24th. There were 23 members and 1 guest present. Next meeting to be held at the Grange Hall in Dover-Foxcroft preceded by 1:30 dinner to be furnished by the Dover-Foxcroft Grange. COUNCIL MEETING There were eight members from Penquis Barracks # 2124 Veterans of W.. W. I and Auxiliary that attended the Department Council meeting at Augusta, Sunday, April 24th. Those attending from Milo were Arthur Ellis and Sanley Brown from the Bar racks. From the Auxiliary were Department Junior Vice President, Esther Owen; Department Conductress, EthelPerry; Freda Brown, Elnora Ellis, Emma Whittemore and PearlCan Cont'd on Page 9 Your Car DESERVES a BATTERY OBNSTON & HIBBARD a GUILFORD JUNE 18, 1966!

9 THE TOWN CRIER Harvest Time SLICED BACON Grade A JUMBO EGGS Page: 9-1 Fres.h HADDOCK FILLET 5~/J. Whole 3 1 I 4 l b. CANNED CHICKEN ~ ' j c~ Chunking Chinese Food CHICKEN CHOW MEIN MEATLESS CHOW MEI N BEEF CHOP SUE Westpac p FROZEN PEAS 1 1/2 lb. Pkg. 3Js$ Chase & Sanborn COFFEE I 2 Lb. Can I" 303 tin. Mix or Match Reg. or Drip ~ /.!i'/ DUBUQUE HEAVY WESTERl"J STEE R HICKORY SMOKED READY TO EAT! \Vhole or Short Shank Howard Johnson ~~:r< Sir loin Steak 89c l,. Center 99 ~lb. My- T - Fine BANK SQUARE GUILFORD DIAL 3060 Sunshine llq Pl FIG BARS v7/,/t~ ~ J SOUTH SANGERVILLE GRL\NGE CLUB DOINGS South Sangerville Grange nwtfor an afternoon and evenjng s es Cont'd from Page 8 sion, Saturday, Routine business was conducted and donations voteclfor the Cancer Fund and the Pine Tree Society. It was voted VALLEY GRANGE OBSERVES ITS 91 ANNIVERSARY to accept an invitation to meet with Valley Grange, Apri.l 30. Valley Grange observed its 91 ami versary with a 6 :30 supper GlH.dys Grant of the ComnH.mity ~erv i ce committee appointed and program. The Worthy GateKeeper of the Maine State Grange, the following chairman;juvenile Hall, Doran Nuite; Bcautifi Mr. Curtis Lombard and wife were present. Thirtv one meip - cation of Grounds, Barbara Mitchell: Safety Keith Edgerly. bers from Dexter, Exeter, and Mt. Etna granges came on a Church Mildred C leveland; Roadsides, Robert Grant; Litter mystery r ide. During the business session it was voted to raise Containers, Howa n l Grcnne; Henne Calls to Shut Ins, Home Ecthe dues to$~~. 00 beginning January 1st. Voted to ha ve a three onomics Committee, Descriptive Signs, Ernest Dodge. point meeting April 30 and to invite South Sangerville Grange to The afternoon program inclmlecl 'movies of Bird Life and Citfurnish the program and Dawn of Hope Grange to fill the chairs. izenship; Due t by Betsy F.llms and Dianne Grant; Skit' Doctor's The committee appointed by the Master for this meeting was Hat" by Barbara Mith:; ell, MildJ ed Dodge and Rachel Carr. Erma Priest, Doro.thy Herring, Merwin Lander, Erma Priest, The la~i0 r part of t he a fter noon was devoted to cards, game Secretary was appointed delegate to the Sec retary Conference and a sc>ci.al time. Supper. was.sun:crl at 6:00 by Ka.thcrincWuite in Augusta, May 7. Barbara Ronco, Rachel Carr rl!:d Lmda Ellms. The program was in charge of the State Gate Keeper as follows: The cveuing progra.m included msuct by Barbar a Ronco anc! Song by all"in the Garden"; Address of Welcome, by Master of Ernest \>Viliiams ; Gov. HeRd's P: oc.tarna tion of Gr a nge Week by thegrange;merwinlander;response, Master of Dexter Grange.Doran Nui te; Sol o by Francis Roncc; Ski.t"Eggs While You Wair MusicbyPleasantRiver Ramble:: of Milo with encore. Story by by Guy And Linda Ellms; Skit"Da rk No v-:mber" fo llowedbyasor-~ Mr. Packard of Dexter Grange; Song, Mr s. McKusick and Mr. Dianne Ellms and Kcnn<~th Cole; Skit ' 'Modern l{.ed Riding HooJ Robinson of Dexte r Grange. Stoey by ~~raster of Dexter Grange; Betsy Ellms and Larry Gr.~aves; JVInsic by New Friends Group Stunt by Charlie Boyd and s everal participating. Skit by Mrs. of Linuu Hedrick, Ronda Mo r l : '(;~1 and De rry Starbird. E' e;:-ru~ld and daughter from Garland Grange. Mr.. Ralph Hartline, who now resides in Sangerville, wss in- The mystery package was won by a visiting grange. Master troduccrl and spoke-" most i.nterest}.agly n.nd showed.;om eniors or of East Somerset G:a nge Charles Boys spoke to the audience. his life and work in Sarawak. Granges represented were St. Albans, Dexter, Milo, Dawn of The attendance was approximfl.tely 60 with visitor s present Hope, Exeter, Garland, Mt. Etna, Smith Sange rville, North from s e veral granges. Dexter and Valley. The att ndance was 76 with several non Following the meetings, rl"lncjng and square d a.nc l~s was enjoygrangers present. ed with Aaron Shaffue r c..f Ha rtland as caller. \ Cont'd on Page 11

10 Page 10 T H E TOWN CRIER A Special I nritation TO CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS HAVE YOUR Annual Banquet or Supper at (Photo by Mike Brigham) ~eil rl. (Tim)C lark of Milo, recenllv elected Master Councillor of Maine Chapter, Order of DeMolay of Dover-Foxcroft was THERE IS EN'S SIGN UP NOW! Te l Championships ~: o ck: e t f 8!!CS MONDAY at 7:30P.M. To START May 16th! 4 CLASSES e lected to the State of Maine Suite of officers as Senior Deacon A CLASS for EVERY BODYI at the DcMolay Conclave held at Bangor last Saturday, April23. L Tim is pictured above center as he is awor!l. in along withkerryl Clement of Farmington and Lewis Ferber Jr. of Portland. ~!embers of Maine Chapter, Order of DcMolay attending the Conclave were Tim Clark, Mike Brigham, Leon Brown, Greg Jose, Walter Chase, Eddie Robertsiii, Steve Sawyer, JohnPlumme r, Robert Grey, Mike Collins, Dad Advisor, Harold Ber ce and Ritual Advisor Walter Luttcrell. 7:30. T he proceeds go to a scholarship fund for a student wto plans to teach. The National Honor Society hel~ its seminar, "The Role of Music in Modern Life" at the High School on Wednesday, April 27. Since this column The French Club held a sue cessful dinner on Wednesday, April 13 at tne Town Hall. This was fouowed by the Senior's car wash on Saturday, was written before the seminar April16. On Friday April ~5 took place the details will apthe One Ac t Play was done at pear in the next column. the school assembly "The Lot- In next weeks column: infortery" by the cast. mation. On The Job Training The oig news of this week going on this week and next for concerns tne play"professor, 15 Commercial students; the How Could You? " and its cast Milo High baseball schedulewnich consists of faculty mem- result ol any u1 U c- oc..,urring bers. The titlerolewillbedone garr:es and the list of the w~m bymr. Valente wit. direction hers as rel.~ased by Coach Ro - handled by Mr. Treworgy. It ger Richards. will be done at the Town Hall on Saturday, April 30. Matinee will begin at 2 p. m. and the evening curtain will ris'e at Charles Horne Among those attending the luncheon held at the new Bangor High Cafeteria for thp. DeMolay Conclave were Miss Debbie Doiron, Miss Mary Simko, Maine Chapter's candidate for State DeMol. ay Sweatheart, 'Dad" Berce and Mr. Walter Lutterell. (Photo by Mike Brigham) 135 Pleasant St. Phone Dover-Foxcroft FOREST R. SHELDON SA L ES SERVICE

11 THE TOWN CRIER Getting Tired of those H HAS Tl-IAT MONSTER IN YOCR BASEMENT GOT YOUR POOR OLD HEAD A THHOBBING? ARE Y OU STARTING TO THIN K YO T..' H. HEATING PLANT HAS A RELATIV E I N AN ASPIRIN FACTORY? ARE YOU RUNNING OUT OF ROOM FOR EMPTY PILL BOTTLES AND ARE YOUR S1:JTS COVERED WITH COTTON WADDING? CLUB DOINGS Cont'd from Page 9 GUILFORD PAST PRES.IDENT'S PARLEY LET CHASE & KIMBALL PUT THINGS BACK INTO PROPER PERSPECTIVE... THEY SPECIALIZE IN CUM"FORT, YQ!LB: COMFORT! CHASE & KIMBALL ALSO FEATURLS Maingas THE CONSTA NT, ECONOMICAL FUEL! CHAS-E & KIMBALL OIL CO. DOVER-FOXCROFT GUILFORD member of this Unit, to be held at Willimantic, April 30 at 10:30 a.m. The next meetingwillbeheld with Fern Parkman on May 23. Past Presj.dent's Parley of THE J. T. CLUB American Legion 119 met in The J. T. Club met with I:.:_. r egular session with Mrs. MHdrcd Dodge in Guilford, Gertrude Leighton. The mee.- Tuesday evening with ten memingwas preceded by a covered bers attending. The May party dish lunch. was discussed and its date was The meeting opened with set forward to Thursday, April prayerwithmrs. Alice F land- 28 all dates for the first week ers presiding. In the absence in May being taken. The party ofthesecretary, Mrs. Leigh- will be held at the home of ton substituted. Commllnieat- Miss Alice Jackson and there ions including note of thanks. will be a 6:30 p.m. supper. were read. Money was voted The club will meet next Tuesfor the general fund at Togus day at the hom~ of Mrs. Eveand to continue sending the lyn Starbird at SoutbSanger Piscataquis Observer to Vau- ville. ghn Michaud, who is. in the ABBOT EXTENSION METS State of Mexico. Cards were Abbot Extension Group met signed and sent to two mem- at the home ofmrs. Robert bers. Littlefield with 11 present. As many Auxiliary members Patricia Littlefield, 4-H re- as possible.are asked to attend presentative of Piscataquis committal service for the late County gave a very interesting Mrs. Affie. Knowles, a gold talk on her trip to Was~ington, star mother and a charter D. C. Officers wcro elected for U10 following year: Chairman, AliceR.ennk; Vice Chairman, Patricia Littlefield: Secretary, and Treasurer, Doris Perkin:;; Foods Lea.der, Ina Lindsay; Clothing Leadt:.r, Gertrude Kimball; Home Mann.gemrml Leader, Amelia Hussey; Family Life Leader, Patricia Littlefield; Internationsal Chairman, Ruby Spaulding: Crafts Chairman, Alice Rennie ; 4-11 Repre&cntati vo. Patricia Littlefield. A lemon auction was held tn raise funds for the Community Project. Refreshments were served. Arthur Whecle1 of \. Hartford, Conn. is herfe...,, his uncle, Andrew COtlo0n ;;.. who i.s ill. Cr..ester.Mou Hon i::, :,, o: ;Jrgi r.. patient at E.MG Ho~;p~t:-~ L' Bangor. DuPont Chen Licale #7 POLISH NEW CAR WAX CAR WASH WIDTEWALL CLEANER POLISHING COMPOUND M&M AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE "FLUID COOLING SYSTEM SE} TAR REMOVE"P. GOLDE~ & SPONGES Guilford, Maine EACH

12 Page 12 THE TOWN CRIER ::'11ilo High School will be well represented at the Dirigo Boy's State to be held in June. Those att- ending will be Jim Degerstrom, Rod Bushway, Sheldon McLean, John Masterman, Nat Crosby,- Kendall Lord and Charles Horne. (Photo by Mike Brighl:l.m) 4-H Winn Winners in The Piscataquis ament held Aprill 22nd at S. Sangerville were Dale, Bryantand Gail Farrar, Dorothy Edgerly and Betsy Ellrns. (Bunker Photo) PIRIGO STATE DELEGATES Q:ont'd {rom Pa~e ~ :',. ' ' ' ':: ' DeleglJ,.tes to Boys State from PC:HS will meet at the University of Maine, June From the Junior Class those chosen are Kerry Reynolds, son ofmr. and Mrs. Francis Reynolds p.f Cambridge, spon.:. ~ored. 'by,the American Legion, Christopher Harrington, son of M:rs. l.vicalhster, r:-fabbot,. is sponsored by the.kiwanis Cl\;l',). Den~e Ruksznis, son of Mr. ano. M:rs.-. Leroy Ruksznis of Guilford; spnnsored by Stott Unit,. Alternates,. Deane Ridley, Gene Toby and Daniel Dauphiilee.. ' Cont:d on Page 13 Five young people from the Jolly Juniors 4-H Club of South Sangerv.ill~ were trophy winnersat.(:he :Piscataquis County Dem-.. ',;..... onstrationtc>urnamen;theld recently. Bale farrar; Gail farrar, Brya~t FarrS:r, P9rothy Edgerly and B~tsy Ellms all presented excellent demonstrations. Mrs. Gloria Oliver, Piscataquis County Extension Agent and Mr. Ken;n~th Lovejoy, Executive Director of the Pine Tree 4-H Foundation, made the pres.entation of trophies. Junior boys and. tte it demon.strations included Joe Spaulding, of West Dover with"camping"; Mark Grant of Wt;lst Dover with "Bicycle Safety"; :Oale Farrar of South Sangerville with" First Things First"; Ri9hard Merrill and Clifford Tumosa of Dover Foxcroft with"gun Safety ancl C~eaning," Junior girls and their demonstrations included Gail Farrar and Bryant Farrar ofsouths!lngerville with" Places, People, Pets"; Dorothy Edgerly of SquthSangerville wtih "Magic French Bread"; Sally Bell of Dover-Foxcro(t with "French Toast". Senior girls and their demonstrations included Betsy Ellms of South Sangerville with"l.vjake the Best.Better." Judge& for the!'lvent were. rs. Ruth French and Mrs. Lois Magee, Dover-Foxcroft; Mrs. Esther. Leeds and Mrs. Patricia Drummo.n;d, Gl\ilford; Mrs. Barbara Mitchell, South Sangerville and Mrs. Mabel Lovejoy, Extension Agent.. ;J.teaclquarter6. Red Ball Jets FREE GIFTS ~fd~! PLAY GAME -WIN Ptl.IZE AT Pullen's CLOTHING- FOOTWEAR lviilo, The Jolly Juniors 4.,.H Club of Sough Sangerville acted as the hos.t club. ;.. MAINE. AUTOMOBILE ASSOC. FOREST R. SHELDON 135 Pl.eas- Street Dover-Foxcroft P,.q e: 156 { 2U3 b fore t.. ~ - attn ~ p.tn,; abo Gn Wee:k End~ lc Hollcfaya.. Mltl'lll)eulwlp heneftta indad : :t.jor. EMBRCBI!CY Road SorTI<e Loeal Se~'l'lce Bail Bond Stnke Pe-raonat Aec:ident IIUllrance rra ej Snrlee ia.. TRIPTIK''

13 THE TO WN CRIER Page 13 DIRIGO STATE DELEGATES Cont rom Page 12 'df ~ Mrs. Eva Scripture, a member of the executive committee off C F HATHAWAY CQ t the American Legion Auxiliary and Girls State representative t f here has announced thatde~egates and alternates have been chosen Dover-Foxcroft t at Milo High School to attend Dirigo Girls State to be held at f Colby College, June 18 to 24. f (~ '~,, t This year's session will mark the ~Oth anniversary of f GIRLS ~; WANTED j State in Maine and the 16th year that it has been held at Colby f -~~~J f College..,,_. l f The director of Girls State is Shirley Williams of Dryde.n. The ' ~/ t girls ar e all sponsored under the program of the Arr>erican Leg f -~ '/ t ion Auxiliary, Department of Maine. TO LEARN STITCHING The delegates chosen are Joanne Lovell, daughter of Mr. and f f Mrs. Dana Love_llofDerby.She is enrolled in the college course YOU DON'T NEED EXPEIUENCE... t participates in chorus, French Club, basketball, is a member f We give you on the job training for a skill f of the Beacon staff, works in the office during the noon hour t with Excellent Earnings f and was chosen Junior of the Month fc,.. January. Miss Lovell is t sent by the Ayuda Club MFWC of Milo.. t Stephanie Leavitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Leavitt f WE ALSO OFFER YOU: t of Milo. She is enrolled in the college course, is a member of t Free Ho~pitalization Insurance j the chorus, french Club, bowli~g, National Honor Society and t Free Pension Plan particiapted in Junior Prize Speaking. She is sponsored by the f Free Life Insurance f American Legion Auxiliary and Past Presidents Parley. t YOU WILL HAVE 2 COFFEE BREAKS A f Alternates are Janice Buzzell, daughter of Iris Buzzell. She t is enrolled in the college course, p~rticipates in French Club, I DAY - ALSO. 1 1:a nd, is a member of the Beacon staff and of the National Honor f Seven Paid Holidays a year and t, society. f Three weeks Vacation With Pay Stephanie Howard, alternate, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t THE FINEST INDUSTRIAL DAVETERIA : Thomas Howard and is enroll~d in the college course. She is a 1 IN THE AREA f member of the Student Council, the French Club, participated 1 Programmed Music Throughout the Plant. in,junior Prize speaking and is the class hisbrian. t HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Are Invited to Apply f BE SURE TO ATTEND "PROI<'ESSOR, HOW COULD YOU" A f Now for Our Special Class of Trainees t PLAY PUT ON I3Y THE TEAC!lERS OF S.A.D.#41 UNDER 0 Starting in June. THE DIRECTION OF MR. TREWORGY ON SATURDAY THE t Stop by our Personnel Office on the Guilford : 30th AT VVINGLER HALL FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SCH- t.. Road anytime between 8 A.M. and 4 p. M, 1 OLAP.SHIP FUND. f _.... ~ ~--~~ ~~ ~... ~... ~ I... Tuesday or Thursday at 7:30 P I' \ To Start MAY 17 & 19 - CARE-fREE MOTORING SIGN UP NOW! DON'T WAIT! i"o i, 'T BE LAST! BANQUET TROPHIES Give us a CALL -Tel BE FIRSTI ~ Wheel Balancing -Inspection r: 1 RIAN F. imc~,bu,. U t... Phnrs Guilford, Me. ~ 1. SERVICE _j ~----~~-.~~~=====================-; Let Us Help You... VVITH YOUR GIFT SELECTION FOR Jvtot hers, -Vay Dover.-Foxcroft W. B. Davis, Jeweler SELECT A SPECIAl GIFT FOR Your Mother THE LATEST IS SPillNG FASHIONS! Shop Milo and $AVE :..... ~....;.. :; , <' t$';"' '..., h ~....., , ; v..:ot.,,..,;~..,\..:.._..;.._.. _ : _,.,, '. :-< 1 _ _..

14 Page 14 WABI-TV Channel 5 MONDAY, M.:\Y 2, :00 The Rl fiem:m 7:30 To Te ll The Truth 8:00 I've:: got :t. SeCJ' Cl 8:30 'J'ho Lucy Show 9:00 eilly Graham Cr usade THUR!.DAY, APRIL l 8, :00 Country Ca.r a.van 10:00 Hollywood Talent Scouts 7:30 The World of Jncques Yves 11:00 News Coustoau TUESDAY, ~1AY 3, :30 My Three Sons 7:00 Littlo.st Hobo 9:00 Thursday Night Movie 1:30 D" kiari " Hnusebont" 8:30 Red Skelton 11:00 Nuws 9:30 Pc~tico.'\t Junction FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 196n 10:00 Billy Graham Crusade 7:00 T he tuficman 11:00 News 7:30 Wild, Wild, We :;t WEDNESDAY, l\t.~y 4, :30 Hogan'~ He 1 oes 7:00 Wyatc l::ar-p 9:00 Gomer Pyle 7:30 l.ost In Spaec 9:30 'fhc Smothers Bro lh~rs 8:30 Bevel'ly Hillbillies 10:00 Trials of O'Brien 9:00 Billy Gra.ham Crusade U :OO New!'i 10:00 Oao.ny Kaye SATURDAY, APIUL 30, :00 NCWl1 8: 00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Heckle & Jeckle 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:oo Mighty Mous e WLBZ-TV 10:30 Lassie 11 :00 Tom & Jerry Channel 2 U::JO Quick Draw McGraw 12:00 Sky King THURSDAY,,Al'$L 28, :30 L1t)US Ulo LiOnh(U\rtHd 7:00 Zorro 1:00 My Friend Fli.~ka 7:30 Daniel Bt)onc 1:30 Big Picture 8:30 La.r~;do 2:00 Red.ox Baseball 9:30 Mjckie Fi nn "California at Boston" 10:00 Dean Martin Show 4:30 tndush y On P4rade FRIDAY, APJU!-29, :00 Rnce of the Week 7 :00 \Van ted Dead or A livfl 5:30 Pageant 7:30 Carnp Hunnmuck 6:00 Bud 1~C :lvi tt 8;00 Hank 6:30 Adve ntun:'!s In Paradise 8:30 Sing AIOL\g With Mitch 7:30 JJ.ckie c ;e f..'..'' )) 9:30 1\ lr. Rohal'ts 8:30 Scerel Agent SATURDAY, APJUL 30, ::30 The Loner 8:00 As t1 o Boy 10:00 Gunsmokc 8:30 Stingray 11:00 Ne ws 9:00!fhc,Jctsons 11:15 Saturday Late Show 9;30 Atom Ant "She Wore~ Yellow.Ribbon" 10:00 Secre t. S<tuirrel SUNDAY, 1;\Y 1, 196c 10:30 Unde1 dog 12:00 T ho Chri.stophe ra 11:00 Top Cat 12:15 Living Wot'd U ::lo F~ o-y 12:30 Face The Nation 12:00Sergcam P reston 1:00 Rttd sox BO.!:ieball 12:30 Superman. "C~-tUfornia o.t Bostoti" 1:00 Rumpus 3:30 World Horlz9n" Lnnd of 2:00 Baseba ll 12 Tribes Ca rdinals a t Giants'' 4:00 Alumni Fun 5:00 H ~nnc:;~y 4:30.~mateur Hour 5:30 Golf with S:tm Snead 5:00 Tcxa.s.Opep Goil 6:00 Cor 54 6:00 Twonlieth Century 6,30 llolll<! J6 6:30 Insight 7:30 Fiipp-e-1 7:00 L:.tssie 8:00 [ Drea.rn (If J~1ann ie 7 :30 :My Favorite Mnrlian 8:30 Get Smart S:OO Ed Sullivan 9:00 St\turday Night 'Movi e 9:00 Perry Mason "Stragetic A i r Command" 10:00 '!~he a.1aglc of Broadcasting 11 j30 Outer Limits 11:00 News 12:30 Wei rd 11:15 Harry Reasoner News Dlrt rb llnrlb EDDIE DRISCOLL'S SUNDAY, ~t~y :15 The Catholic Mass JO:OO This Is The U fc 10:30 Children's Gospe I Hour 11 :00 Faith fdr 'rodo.y 11:30 Champions hrp Bowling 12:30 Army in r-\ction l :OU Movie For A Sunday ''T hunde rs.to rm: 2::10 NaHon:d Hockey P Layoffs 5:00 V i~ l Nam_Wcekly Report f>:30 College Quiz Bowl 6:00 l"tanl< Mc Gee Repo tts ti: ~lo ~ Ji~ siss ippi-a Self Portrait 7:30 \Val~ Ois~ey S:30 Branded 9t0U B on!lzl\ 10:00 W:u.:ldc.s t Ship in the Army SA';rtlRDAY, APRIL 30; 19<i6 10:00 P<>rky Pfg 10:30 The eoatlps U:OP Casper Cli t'oon 11:30 Magilla Gorilla.. 1~ :00 Te n Pin Teen 1:00 lloppity HQnpo r 1:30 American Bands\:lnd 2:30 Saturday Matinee: "Saigon.. 5:00 Wido Y.iorld of Spot ts 6:30 Chnmpipn.si~ip Ci\ndl1' pin BowJi t)~ 7:30 O:ezie ' &.flal'rh~ t 8:00 Donna Rec~... 8:30 J.,nwrcnct.: Wc;;ll< 9:30 lloll,ywood Pnlacc 10:30 Ne\vs 10:45 Battle Thcnt re T~nk Cu mm(uldo~ 11:00 The WoJ ld This Wccl;cn<l. StJNDAY, MAY ~, 196o MONDAY, MAY 2, 1~66 JO:OO Benny &Cecil 7: QO The ){cbo>l 10::!0 Peter llt>tam~s 7:30 Hullabaloo 11:00 Bullwinkle 13:00 John Forsydie Show 11:30 Piscovery ~ :3 0 Dr. Kildare 12:00 ~ugs Bunny 9:00 Andy Williams 12:30 Milto~ J.)Je Monster 10:00 Run For Your Life 1:00 Leave it To Benver 11;00 News 1:30 Patterns For Pr ogrcss Tt:ESDAY, MAY 3, :00 Sunday ~1aUnt;:-C''l,.:l.l~d r>f thl' 7:00 The Rebel Pharo~b~" 7 30 ~h Mother The Car 4:00 Viet Nam-qperation Scn..w;u H;OO P i ettsc Don't. a.t Ute Dail:l.ies!):00 S~pe r westcr l'ime1'run fot Cov<. J' 11 S:~lO Dr. K ildar~! 7:00 Voy"gc To The Bottom uf the Sun 9:00 'fucsday Night :Movie 8:00 The F; B.I. ll:oo NO\VS 9:00 Sunday, Nig~.t :\1p._.i ~. 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