Janie Greer 7th Birthday Party
GREENFIELD -The women's rganizations of the Greenfield, Rockbrldge, and Rubicon Method- st Churches are sponsoring aft >pen meeting at'2 p. m. Thursay in the Greenfield church as part of the "Mission to Ameri_a" program. the Rev. Jonah v Chitombi oi outherii Rhodesia will be guest peaker. the Rev. Chitombi Is conducting district services each night next week at Centenary Methodist Church in Jacksonville n observance of the mission pro:ram and is appearing at sever- it churches of the Jacksonville (strict during the afternoon. First Baptist Methodist, and 'resbyterian Churches are sponsoring a series of evangelistic ervices at the Baptist Church for Mie week starting Nov. 11. The Carter Gospel Team will be guest evangelists. The Come-Double class of the Methodist Church has set Saturday, Oct. 27, as the date of the rummage sale, which will take ilace in the Cole building. Donations for the sale are in charge of Mrs. William Elmore, class president, and the teacher Mrs. James W. Ford. Birthday Party GREENFIELD — Jan McKenzie, Janet Kessey, Debbie Pern )rook, Debbie Newton, Valerie Miller, Rebecca Barrow, Lois Franklin, and Carrie Perry, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amol (reer at a wiener roast Friday at ValenUrte Park in cele bratiofi of the seventh birthday of their daughter, Jane. Greenfield Note* GREENFIELD - Mr. and Mi*. 0. G. tlpton of Boulder, Cote., and John Under of Wood River were guests of Mrs. .t. T. Under Wednesday. Lee ffcrd of River Forest has been visiting in the homes of his sisters, Mrs. Fred Masters and Mrs. J. H. Parks in Greenfield, and Mrs. George Shane of Rockbridge. Mrs. George Entrekin, Mrs. Amol Gfeer, Mrs. Grover Bauer, Mrs. 'R. B. Ellis and Miss Pearl Bermes, attended a PEO reciprocity meeting in Carlinville Wednesday. Mrs. Ellis accompanied her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Weston Roodhouse home where she is spending several days in the Roodhouse home in East St. Louis. Mrs. Ray Spencer left Wednesday for a visit with her son, Airman Allen Spencer and family, in Omaha, Neb. Mr. Spencer will join his family next week for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rives have received word that their son, Airman Larry Rives who Is stationed in England, has been promoted to Airman second class. Mrs. Larry Rives left Wednesday to join her husband in England. She was accompanied to Lambert Field by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grider ol Scottville.