Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 24, 1956 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 24, 1956
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESfcAV, OCTOBER 24, 1956 For jCommtiitify Ftmtf. Greenfield Lions Club Sets Pancake Supper for Nov. 5 GREENFIELD — The Lion? Qub will sponsor n pancake supper Monday, Nov. 5, for Hie benefit of the Community Betterment fund. The supper will be served in the lunch room of the new elementary school from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The Lions Cluh will spnin sponsor the community Halloween celebration, which will take place Wednesday, Oct. 31. A parade, with contestants in costumes and masks, will precede the judging and awarding of prizes In the high school gymnasium. Refreshments will lie served by the Lions Club. The list of impersonation classes and prizes for each group will be an nounced. Robert Morrow is chairman of the committee. The Nov. 1 meeting of the Gill- has been postponed until the following Thursday, Nov. 8. Receives Award GREENFIELD — SP-3 Clarence Cunningham, who is stn tioned in Germany with the 2nr battalion of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, has been awarded a bronze placque by hi? commanding officer, for ranking highest in pistol shooting in the battalion group of 800 men. Cunningham has been stationed in Germany 14 months. He is the son of Mr- and Mrs. Clarence Cunningham. His wife, the former Connie Witt, is residing with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Witt, while her husband is overseas. Cunningham expects to return to the States in December. M. J.M. Co-op Meets Nov. 3 At Litchfield CARLINVILLE — The annual meeting of the M..I.M. Electric Cooperative, Inc., will bo held on Saturday, Nov. 3. 10:Tin a.m.. at the Litchfield Community High School Gymnasium, Litchfirld. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. Since the inception of the cooperative, the annual meeting has been in Carlinville, but it has been decided by the directors that the meeting be held in other counties served by the cooperative and that this year's meeting would he in Litchfield. If suitable location can be .secured for the meeting next year, it will no doubt bo held in Jerseyville, an announcement ol the meeting said. The morning session of the program will open with the singing ol the National Anthem by Rex Culberson. Jr., accompanied by Sharon Jones, both of whom are attending the Litchfield Community High Mr. and Mrs. Roy Si-ndny for a vacation southeastern United States. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Murphy of Almeda. Calif., are visiting Chesterfield IVotp* CHERTKRFIF.LD — Mrs. Har- i r David will be hostess Thurs-! day evening at a Dorcas Society j relatives here. j meeting. ' Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope, i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode of :M . rs - A<Maid Cope, and Mr. and! Alton, who observed their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, were dinner guests of her par- < sues s puts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dam at Carrollton Cafe, and later visited Miss Maude Collins in Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Banks and Curtis left AJJ tt p 7/,. v ion in the 1 ^*"** «^" ' J To Ttving Church ville Mrs. Lula Finch of Godfrey is staying at the home of Roy Cur- School. The invocation will bo given by Rev. Krnest P. Ba'<rr of the Union Avenue Christ inn Church. Lilchfield. Mayor Lewis D. Yaeger. Litchfield will make a welcome nd- dres'. Following (he eustninary procedure of the business session, the president's welcome will be given by W. II. Monke, Litchfield. The report of the operations ol the cooperative will be given by A. C. Barnes, manager, and the amendments to the bylaws and the election of trustees will be in charge of Alvin G. Whit chouse, attorney. The Nominating Committee lias placed in nomination the following: Clarence Docrr, Irving, representing Montgomery County; Henry Egelhofl, .Jerscyville, representing Jersey Coimly and Lester T. Hoefker. Ml. Olive, representing Macoupin County. A lunch will bo served at noon by the Future Homemakers Class of the Litchtield Community High School. Kane Kane Notes KANE — Miss Mary Brooks and Miss Ruth Ann Brooks spent Saturday in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bennet of Alton were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Don Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Burch of Cottage Hills, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carr of Jalappa, were dinner guests Sunday at the George Milner home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Daniels and son, Billy Dale of Dana, Ind. spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bdrry. Lewis Ford returned home Saturday from Boyd Memorial Hospital. Miss Barbara Clendenen of St. Louis was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clendenen. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and children of Lebanon, and Mrs. Theodore Williams of Kane. Mr. and Mrs. John Pinkerton, Ashland, Ky., and Charles Pinkerton of Milton, were guests Sunday of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Baldridge. Mrs. Ross Reynolds visited the latter part of the week in Alton with her daughter, Mrs. T. O. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Short, Alton, visited Sunday with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. William Harmon and daughters, Miss Joyce and Miss Judy Harmon, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stites of Alton, spent Sunday in Decatur with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flamm. Mrs. William Darr accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, Edwardsville, lo Eldred Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reif. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hawkins of j Gqdfrey, Harry Cope of Jersey, ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Trinkle of Wichita, Kan., were guests the latter part of the week of Mr. and Mrs. William Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dam- j ron, and Mrs. Agnes Greenwood, East Alton, were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry De-1 Shasier, Mrs. Edward Weller returned Saturday from Joliet where she attended the American Beptist state convention. Mrs. Orville Darr was a guest j the latter part of the week of Mrs. Perry Cory, Carrollton. Mrs. Luther Atchison underwent major surgery Saturday at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carroll ton. Raw soybeans have about 33 per cent protein compared with 44 per cent in soybean oilmeal. Telegraph Want Hds "CLICK" Why Didn't Stratton Know What Went On? ELECT RICHARD B. AUSTIN GOVERNOR HALT CORRUPTION' RISTORf INTiGRITY t9 ILLINOIS GOVERNMENT TMi Mf. flU If If *U "I- IM. Ct»4wM* fw ««• to, 1.1. FASTEST COLOR FILM PROCESSING Movie Films, Slides, and Pictures IN THIS AREA Sent DIRECT to Eastman Kodak DAILY • BRING YOUR FILM TO FOSTER'S DRUG STORE 230 E. BROADWAY DIAL 2-2832 Open Every Ntte Till 10 A belfry has been added to the Smtt Hardman of Jersey-1 ^, mg A lrmorim Baptist Church were Sunday afternoon | at statp and Ninth strppts . .. of Mn and Mrs " Dave j Construction of the belfry has been undertaken by L. A. Foster, a deacon of the church, and a helper, according to Mrs. Russell Oleson, church publicity choir- man. She said church members two years ago decided to have the belfry added to the building and have worked faithfully to obtain it- The Twing church was started as a mission in 1905 of the First Baptist Church. It was originally called the State Street Chapel. It has been in the same location through the years, in a building comprised basically of what was a schoolhouse. The building has been remodelled. In 1343. in memory of tho late Rev. Twing of the First Baptist Church, who was instrumental in tis, while they are on vacation. Mrs. L. Rice of Carlinville is a guest of Mrs. Ella Work. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Burns and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dams, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dams and son. Michael Lynn. Mi. nnd Mrs. Wendell Dams nnd daughter, Carol Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Johnson and family, and Georgie Redman of Plainview. The dinner was in observance of the eifjhlh birthday of Ronald Wayne Johnson. Miss Gloria Fletcher of Chicago, visited here over the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Charity Fletcher. India's Ministry of Education says it has reached Its objective of providing employment as teachers to 88.000 educated persons, 11 created 80.000 new jobs for primary teachers in rural districts and 8.000 in urban areas. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" EXTIIA INCOME — NOW! Full or 1'art Time Year Around Direct from Factory, tin. reslilfs. Sell Holiday (Hits * Fined Fruit A Nut line — New Cindy I*" 1 "! never nltered. Tie first. Great Op- portunity—Heserve Territory now. Send 51 for S.I In. Samples. «nles kit and CiitaloRde. Hig Profit — Money fully refunded If not rom- nlclely satisfied, tlnx 3441, Md;e. Mart, Culnaito, llllnii.v establishing the church, the name of the edifice was changed. Painting depicting Christ are being completed by Mrs. Paul (Lucy) Westbrook, a member of the congregation and these are to be donated and hung in the sanctuary. Pastor of Twing Memorial Church is the Rev. Frank Clock. G.K.B. de Graft Johnson, 44- year-old native of the Gold Coast, is the first African to be promoted to the rank of Chief Mechanical Engineer of the Gold Coast Railway, with headquarters in Se- kondi. Clt*§ Forrt n« Record-Make* A 1957 Foi-d has traveled more than 50,000 miles at an average speed of more than 108 miles per holir on the Bonneville, Utah, Salt Flats to capture all records from one mile up to 50,000 miles for a total of 458 national and international marks. This totals more records than ever have been held by any other stock car. Carter Bros., Inc., Ford dealer at 1400 E. 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