PAQB TWELVB •U*«MMA>^MM**MMM«ft*M««b»*MMMM«MMM«MMMMMMMM Rebekahs Meet At Brighton 16 Past Noble Honored ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH /I. Cla** to Prc*ml 3 Play* At (r BRIOHTON — Sixteen memhn-s who had served as noble grand were honored at the meeting of the Rebnknh lodge Friday evening. Mrf». Charles tlnverzngt presided nt the meeting. The IOOK hull was decorated In keeping with SI. Patrick's Day. Mrs. Louise Voyles of Glllespie, entertained with selections played on I he vlbra-hnrp, •>n/1 Airs. Thelmn Young r>l Piasn, nave a reading. Each guest of honor was presented with a potted bulb. Letters wore read from Mrs. Lucy Boren of Allon, and Mrs. Kmmii Heycr of Kvanston, former noble grands. who wore unnble to attend Hie meeting. Refreshments curried out the lodge colors of pink and green were served to the 40 members present, by Mrs. June Oertel, Mrs. Irene Jorklsh, Mrs. Thelmn Young. Mrs. Charlotte Rolhe, Mrs, Florence Knmp, Mrs. L. K. Jones and Mrs. Pauline Stubblefleld. Cafntnrla Supper Tlwrmliiy BRK1MTON — Circle 3 of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will serve a cafeteria supper at Wesley Center Thursday evening. Beef stew and chicken sandwiches are the main Items on the menu and serving will start, at 5:30 p. m. Mrs. Harry 13. Jones is chairman of the group. The regular meeting of the WSCS will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ruby Swan presiding. Urnndson Horn on St. Patrick's tiny BRIGHTON — An early morning telephone call on St. Patrick's Day brought news of the birth of a Harry H. Roady of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. DeWillon Tim- bermnn of North Haven, Conn. Mrs. Timberman will bo remembered at Ferna Mae Roady. The baby was born at 1:30 a. m. and Is named Dennis Wayne. The couple have two other children, n son and a daughter. To Entertain BRIGHTON.- Scouters of the central district will be entertained Wednesday evening at the PTA meeting nt the high school at T:'M p. m. Following the meeting, Mrs. Wendell Towsc will conduct the business meeting of the Parent- Teacher Association, after which refreshments will be served. All Cub, Scout, and Explorer leaders of the district are Invited and visitors also are welcome to both meetings. Scouts Play nuskctbutl BRIGMTON.-Troop No. 3!) Roy Scouts played Milton Heights troop at the Milton gym, Alton, Friday night. Brighton won 21-22 In tin overtime. Seventeen boys froin Brighton troop under supervision of John Jones and Harry Gorin nt- tended (he- game. llniisnclennlng Day at Church BRIGHTON,— Members of the Women's Guild of the Evnngclicnl church are planning to spend Thursday cleaning the church. They vvill start at 0 a. m. and each one Is reminded to bring u sack lunch and the necessary cleaning equipment. Brighton Class Stages Fish Fry nnJOinrON, March 18.—Thn Crusnders dnss of Ihfl Methodist Sunday school enjoyed n fish fry nt the home of Mr. nnd Mr*. Calvin Threlkelrl Snlurdny evening. OKKKNFIF.LD — Lyle Kdslll. director, will present 25 sliidenls of (he high school speech clnss In n benefit entertainment In the Community High .School auditor- Those present were Mr. nnd Mrs. him nt 8 p. m. tonight. 'Lloyd M. Well, Mr. nnd Mrs Three one-net filnyx, "Kh," n 1 fxroy Rogers, the Rev. and Mrs. comedy, "Myslery of the Locked j nrr) p y , \Vr-iss. Mr. nnd Mrs. Her- Room," n mystery drnmn, nnd ""'»j m(m if off nnd far. nnd Mrs. Robert Cold In Them Thnr Hills." n "'II- ' , , hilly comedy, will be given. Tecll .Vhflllenl)er K . Srnnck will be riinsli-r of reremonles F'lnns were rmide to nttend n nnd Hnlph Haven, .Jerry f'nrknr • performance of the "Passion nnd Hlchnrd Newton will he singe j.| ny " | n nioornltiRton during Mny. to manager*. Nnfcs Following re^ulm- rneetlfiK of I he fjlrl Scouts In I he I.eKlfin hull Knlnrdny nfler- noon, I he Klrlft wore nueslH cf their lender, Mrx. Hovvnrd Houle.lte, nnd (IniiKhler, Homonn. The evenlnn's nnlertninrnent Included n "movie" nnr\ n slumber pnrty nt I he Hotil- etle home. Mr. nnd Mm. W. C., Huchnnnri nnd children, I>lck nnd IJii'ln, of Alton, were dinner Kuenl.N of Mr.s. Hiichnnnn's uncle nnd mini, Mr nnd Mr«. Jo H: Vnlentlne, Sundny, nnd vlslled In the evening with her mini, Mrx. J. T. Mnder. Mr«. Chnrles Kesler of Ffnrvey, vlnlled during (he weekend wllh her fill her, fieorgi; M. Hill. Mr. Hill, who hna heen III, wns moved to the Ce.dnr Knoll niirxlrif; home Sundny. Mr«. Dorothy Sluckert of SprlnR- Ijidles Aid to M«ct HHKiHTON. The I^dle.R Aid ol the F'reshylerinn church will meet field, spent Snlurdny and Sundny with her fnl.hbr, Krnnk Duncnn. \ Mm. Sluckert's son, Jnck, recently i enlisted In the mnrlne corps nnd : Is stnlloncd nt Snn Diego, Cnllf. | Mrs. fJlenn W. Hnven hns heen Hpntidlng severnl dnys wllh her mot her, Mrs. (leorge Frf»sl, who suffered n slroke of pnrnlysis the first of I he week, In Jerseyvllle. Miss Hnrhnrn l.nnd, n student nl n Hu.slne.jw college In Modesto, Cnllf., nnd Mrs. V.. D. fields nrul daughter of* Turloch, Cnllf., nre visiting Ihelr pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Lnnd. Dale Cole hns returned home nfl- er spending severnl weeks with his fnther, George N. Cole, In Tucson, Arl/.. Wednesday at 2 p. m., »t the home of Mrs. Harold White. Brighton Note* tmiGHTON — Mis* Cella Orr spent the weekend in St. Louis with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. William Powers, n;id attended the Ice Capades at the Arena. Miss Kdna Mae Stewart has received a letter fvom her fiance, Vernon K. Mnll/ick, advising he has been promoted to the rank of corporal. He is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. Matlack of Shiftman. Cpl. Matlack is serving with the K. S. Army near Kurnsong in Korea, Sunday guests at the borne of Mrs. Mabel Tucker were Mrs. Mil- drerl l)|eslelhorst and children. Donald. Ruth and Richard, of Hun- licr Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Anders and children, Sue Ann and Malcolm, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Harris arid son. Jerry, of Carlinville, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harris and farn- ftiiptiftt Women Plan Meeting GFtKKNFfKLD — Mm. Howard Cnnnedy will he hostess at a meet- Ing of the Baptist Church Mission- nry Society nt, 2 p. m. Wednesday Miss Gertrude Arnold will be de- votlonnl leader and Mrs. Lynn Kinser will be study leader for thej lesson from the "Hible book of the m"nth," Mnrk. Brotherhood Meeting ORKKNFtKJ.D • The Inst In the winter series of Men's Brotherhood rneellnxs will be held In the Melho- i dist. Church Roclnl roomi nt. 8:30; p. m. Wednesdny. The men will prepare nnd serve the supper, BurroiiRtu flub Luncheon* fJKKKNKIKLD -- Mrs. Frank Ford will be ho»t«M ftt «n all-day meeting and potluek luncheon of the Burroughs neighborhood club Thursday. This is the annual meeting for the exchange of flower plants and shrubs. 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