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OCTOBER 20, 1955 THE TIMES-LEADER, McLEANSBORO, ILLINOIS PAGE NINE RECTOR NEWS Edwin Douglass Sr. had the misfortune of breaking his leg Monday afternoon. Mrs. B. R. Hibdon and sons left Monday for their home in Fort Morgan, Colo., after spending the past several days with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis and family. Odle Busier, who is employed in Decatur spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Busier. Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Hicks and daughter left last Monday for their home in Flint, Mich., after spending the past several days with Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Hicks and Mrs. Elizabeth Chesney and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beggs and family of Harrisburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Towle have moved to Batavia, where he has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dean Allen of Effingham and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Aud of Babavia, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Culpepper and daughters of Roxana, were Sunday dinner guests of the Allen's. Vernon Culpepper called on Carl Davis and family Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and son moved to E. St. Louis Saturday. Elizabeth Chesney had dinner Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cooley of Eldorado. In the afternoon she attended the nursery shower f orlittle Miss Debra Nell Collins at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kent o! Alton are spending a few days at their farm. BROUGIITON BAPTIST CHURI1 Seba E. Marshall, Pastor Sunday, pril 24 John T. Gholson, Supt. 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Morning and evening worship first and third Sundays of each month. 7:30 Each Wednesday Midweek prayer meeting. DELAFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wheeler and son and Mr. and Mrs. Bill South and children spent the weekend in Effingham with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Askew and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Askew and helped Paul celebate his birthday on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bunshower and Mrs. Opal Holland visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tolley Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Emmerson and son of Peoria, spent the weekend here with their parents and other relatives. Janice Daily, who is going to school in Jacksonville, visited a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Daily and brother Jim. Mrs. Floyd Carr spent Sunday night in Mascouthah with relatives and attended church at Fairview in East St. Louis. A nice crowd attended church here Sunday morning and night. Bro. L. A. Adams is our newly elected pastor. Everyone welcome to attend church. EDDIE the EDUCATOR says Tli* ihertog* of good Uachtrt mwnH. Tb«r* will b* a good mar- k«f for good ttachert. Hop* that clear-thinking youth will ramombor this at thty plan their college education. Illinois Education Association LIFER • ARTI8T PAINTS 200th CHRIST 8MILE — The "Old-timer," an inmate-artist tit Florida's Ratford Prison whoBe impressions of a "Smiling Christ" are sought by churches throughout the. Christian' world, completed his 200th painting last week. It will be presented to a revival group by the mayor of Phenix City, Alabama. "I took my first drink in Phenix City." the old artist explained, "and.In time I became an acute alcoholic right there. My family shunned me in Columbus, Georgia, right across the river from Phenix City, and In time I hit bottom. Now that the Sin City is cleaned up, I'd feel proud to paint them a dozen Smiling Christ portraits to replace the old gambling-saloon signs." The old artist, serving life as an habitual criminal after his fourth felony conviction (buying liquor with worthless checks), has continuously painted Smiling Christ portraits since the night, five years ago, he dreamed the Lord smiled at him. He gives them without cost to churches and religious groups requesting them. He prefers to remain anonymous on account of his children. In the above photo, L. F. Chapman, warden of Raiford Prison, watches the Old-timer put finishing touches on two "Smile" paintings, one for Phenix City, the other for Lillian Roth who visited the artist some time aco. Read The Times-Leader FULL GOSPEL TRINITY THACKERAY C. E. Bowers, Minister Sunday School 10 a. m. Chalk Talk 10:45 a.,m. Devotional 11 a. m. Mid-week services Thursday 7:30 p. m. Monthly Fellowship meeting, first Sunday, each month 1:30 p. m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH G. H. Knight, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic Services 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Thursday at 7:30 1 p. m. {Wane FABULOUS FABRICS, CLASSIC STYLING * ALL WOOL * WOOL and CASHMERE * FUR TRIM WOOLS * FITTED COATS * CLUTCH COATS * BOXY COATS * NOVELTY WEAVES OR SOLIDS * PRICES START AT ONLY •0» 80-Square FAST COLOR -PRINTS 3 Yds. $ 1 OUR FINE QUALITY TOP GOATS Fo r Men and Young Men Novelty Weaves and Solids R " PRICES $97 CA m START AT £lavU (> *u : Men's LONG SLEEVE SPORT $0 QO SHIRTS fc-iW TEFFERTILLER'S SOUTH SIDE SQUARE McLeansboro, Illinois Better Eoitfifj BY JEAN AUEN v.* SOUTHERN SUNSHINE SUPPER The warmth of the southern sun radiates from this delightful casserole dish. It is especially nice for a buffet meal because it holds the heat well and is so colorful. Sunshine Casserole 2 cups cooked rice 2 1 /2 cups finely grated carrots 1 1 /4 cups grated American cheese 2 well beaten eggs 1 /4 cup milk 1 tablespoon grated onion 1 tablespoon melted butter or margarine 1 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon pepper Combine all ingredients. Mix well. Place in greased baking dish. Cover and bake in slow oven (325°F.) forty-five minutes. Yield: Six servings. With this casserole, I would serve cauliflower with a crunchy nut topping. Cauliflower with Pecans 1 medium cauliflower 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine 3/4 cup crushed cornflakes 1 /2 cup chopped pecans Break cauliflower into medium . size flowerettes- ,PeCAN ,0AHUNG} W ash. Cover with boiling salted water. Cook uncovered fifteen to twenty minutes — until just tender. Combine melted butter or margarine with cornflakes and nuts. Drain cauliflower and place in warm serving dish. Sprinkle topping over all. Sliced tomatoes or a molded tomato aspic salad add a touch of red and some tangincss to this southern sunshine supper. Faithfully KROGEI FOOD..fOUNDATION, CINCINNATI, OHIO MSTRKT 34 Mrs. Frank Kniffen made a business trip to Dahlgren Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Hensley visited her mother a while Wednesday. Mrs. Marie Daily visited a while Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Kate Kniffen. Mr. and Mrs. Claude McGill spent the week end with her father and farftily, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Daily and Marion Lee. Clarence McDonald visited in this community a while Sunday. Bro. and Mrs. Adams visited a while Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Goins. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Rawls visited Sunday afternoon with his brother. BRADEN VALLEY Services at this place over the weekend were well attended. The messages brought by our pastor, Denzil L. Clark were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Dortha Ackcrman and son Michael, spent the past week in Fulton, Ky„ with Rev. and Mrs. Fulchcr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tate and son of Evansville, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brockett and family. Miss Hattie Sloan spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Jane Sloan and family. Judy Dial spent Tuesday night With Patty Hall. Thelma Smith, who has been a patient at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital at Mt. Vernon, for two weeks as a result of an automo-' bile accident returned to her home. Those that have called to see her the past week, arc Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Tucker and family. Mrs. Lon Herbert, Mrs. Jane Sloan, Mrs. Gleta Hall, Mrs. Anna Halo, Emery, Rosemary, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hungate and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Kale Endicott, Mr. and Mrs. Estes, Mr. • and Mrs. Elon Broylcs and Marilyn, Mrs. Fannie Allen and son Gale, Mrs. Wanda Boman and Larry, Mrs. Helen Brockett, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and family, Mrs. Lorene Dial, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Smith and Mary Belle, Fred Ackerman, Helen Boman, Roger Graddy, Joe Brockett, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McGhee, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tolley, Mrs. Alice Meadows and Elton Brockett. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reed of Chicago spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tatom. Bro. Denzil Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Kale Endicott took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Tucker and family. Mrs. Cora Dye is very poorly at this writing, she is making her home with her son and daughter in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dye. Mrs. Helen Brockett has been making frequent trips to Vickers Hospital to see her grandmother, Mrs. Artie Johnson, who is a patient there. MT. PLEASANT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunaay ocnooi each Sunday at 10 o'clock. Preaching 3rd Sunday of each month at 11 a. m. Evening services 7:00 p. m. THE OLP TIMER, "Too many minds arc open— at both ends!" TEN MILE We had fine messages, both morning and evening services by our pastor, Bro Schlagg, 88 in Sunday School, we also had a good number of visitors. Services each Sunday morning and evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stover were: Rev. and Mrs. Schlagg and son David, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Slater, Pittsburg, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stover, Mrs. Margaret Pittman of Central ia; supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mezo of Bellmont and Mrs. Effie Mezo of McLeansboro. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Dalmar Hacker of Find- loy are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Robertson and other relatives and friends in this community. A large crowd attended the Charivari and shower at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elliston, for Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elliston. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elliston were Mrs. Lula Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Elmore of Kankakee; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stilloy, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elliston, Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Phillips and sons. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Rosie Scribner of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sigler, Mrs. Hattie Mathcny and Mrs. Garrison, all attended a singing in Metropolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Robertson Jr., and sons called on Mr. and Mrs. Danny Stover Thursday night and Mr. and Mrs. James Gwaltney and family Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Launis called on Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Wright Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Ingram and sons spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Mathis. The Mathis children were all home for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robertson spent a while Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schuster and made the acquaintance of their new baby girl. Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Moore spent Thursday night with Mr. ad Mrs. Howard Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tolley spent Sunday afternoon with Doc and Nora Phillips. The Phillips spent a while Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Russ. Nipper' Comer Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Prinee of Puebulo, Colo., has been visiting in and around McLeansboro last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Prince of McLeansboro and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Nelson, motored up to near Trenton, Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Webb and Connie. Mrs. Fern Prince called on Mrs. Pearl Prince one evening last week. Doris Ann and Connie Moser and Mrs. Helen Prince called on Mrs. Irma Nelson last week. Gilbert Prince called on Mark Malone Monday morning. BELLE RIVE COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Leo Walton, Pastor Saturday service 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evangelestic Service Sunday night 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m. PLEASANT UNION CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (near Blairsville) Denzil L. Clark, Pastor Worship service 2nd and 4th Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Sunday School each Sunday 10 a. m. «tt TOO T" 1 * „Lo»* »<** ^axt****** REVIVAL AT HEBRON A revival meeting is now going on at Hebron church, one mile west of Walpolc. Rev. John L. And. Evangelist, Vola Sittid, of Harrisburg. >o> orna • ftaon • HOUI • tiuomrs tic THE TIMES LEADER In the '56 FORD Everything says FINE CAR except the price! NEW THUNDERBIRD STYLING No matter how fine a car you are accustomed to you'll feel at homo in any one of the IS new Thunderbird-inspired '56 Fords. You'll thrill to the long, low lines, the broad sweeping hood, the exciting silhouette. 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