Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 24, 1956 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24,1956 Program Foster Presbyterians Set Mission Feast for Sunday DR. 3. ALLEN BLAIR REV. E. J. S. THOMPSON FOSTERBURG — Zion Presbyterian Church of Fosterburg, will have its annual mission feast Sunday. The services for the day will begin with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. (C.S.T.), followed by the morning services at 10:30. At noon there will be a pot-luck dinner. The services in the afternoon will begin at 2, after which there will be a lunch served. Evening services will begin at 7:30. The first speaker of the day. and the second speaker of the afternoon, will be Dr. J. A. Blair iormerly of the Memorial Presbyterian Church. Ho served as pastor for four years after which he laid aside his pastoral duties to enter full-time Bible teaching and conference ministry. The first speaker of the afternoon services will be the Rev. \V. J. Sinclair Thompson, Presbyterian missionary on furlough Irom Dog Shoots Owner In Ankle With Rifle HUNLOCK CREEK. Pa. Ml Sherman D. Hoover, 36, was shot in the ankle by his dog. Hoover told authorities at Nnnticokc Stnlc Hospital he laid his rifle on the ground while setting up targets The dog stopped on the weapon and it fired. Thailand. Since 1951, Mr. Thompson has been superintendent of schools for the Thailand Mission, a responsibility that keeps him traveling from one end of the country to the other. He has traveled more than 10,000 miles annually for the past five years, visiting the 20 schools maintained by the Presbyterian and Disciples Mission, and tiie .12 run by the Church of Christ in Thailand. He has held teachers' conferences and training schools. Mr. Thampson first went to Thailand in 1937 as a short term teacher of English, first at Prince Royal's College, and then at Bangkok Christian College. He was interned with other missionaries in Bangkok at. the outbreak of World War II and repatriated to the United States in 1912. Upon his return to this country, he studied at McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago and returned to Thailand as soon as he could after the war. This furlough year Mr. Thompson is on the staff of McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, as a visiting lecturer on missions and the World-wide Church. Open Mon. and Fri. Nites Till 9 P.M. Barleffs Qualify Men and BoysTvear Open Mon. and Fri. Nifes Till 9 P.M. DRESS RIGHT You can't afford not to... Take a look at yourself in the Club Car! Clothes may not make the man, but they do help create that important first impression. The man who takes to our Hart Scha-rTner & Marx suits can face any audience, anywhere, with the confidence and assurance that come from dressing correctly. And HS&M suits, of course, you can buy right here. TAKE A LOOK AT YOURSELF IK BARLEFF'S CLOTHES HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX $75,00 to $80,00 MICHAELS-STERN — Value First Clothes $60,00 to $67,50 JOSEPH & FEISS — Clothcraft Clothes $50,00 to $60,00 TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU BETTER Downtown Alton Wilshire Village East Alton Gieater Alton's Quality States lor Men, Young Men and Boys Student Transportation Discussed by Foster PTA FOSTKRBURG— Tuesday eve-(district, was also'a guest, ning the cafeteria was nearly] The Rev. M. R. Schultz opened filled with one of the largest j , I1e mating witn an invocation. P T A gatherings Kosterburg: Room counti based on pe rcen- Srhool has ever hp.d. | laRP , gnve tho banner to third The occasion was a panel dis-i^rado this month for the most :;u.ssion of transportation of I parents present. Mrs. James sihool children, ,T. B. Johnson,; Yeager read minutes of the last superintendent of Alton public i meeting and Mrs. Raymond schools, and Don Keil, Alton Hughey gave the treasurer's re- srhool engineer, who replaced (port. New year-books were also pj.ssed out. The names of George Wilkins and Mrs. Lester Klope were suggested by the president, Robert Martin, as available for nomina- E. M. I y eamon, were on the panel with Joe Wehrman ns chairman and moderator of the dls- ussion. Lloyd Carson, principal at North Junior High, who is in harge of transportation for the tion stale chairmanships, which will be open Soon, and the group i.voted In favor of them af- t<»r their nomination by Mrs. Cletus Beck. The PTA also voted to sponsor a Girl Scout troop. Mrs. Donald .Moore reported that, the drapes for the cafeteria have been ordered and the PTA voted to help pay for them together with the Mothers Club and the Alton j Board of Education. Robert Geddes, principal, announced that thec£ will be open house at school Wednesday evening, Nov. 14,.from 7:30 to 9 ! p m. It is the week of the 100th ! anniversary of the Nation Edu- i cation Association. Old ' school books, dating from at least 50 years ago, will be exhibited beside those of today. The evening closed with a so- Foster Club Sets Supper ForSaturday FOSTERBURG - The^ annual spaghetti supper given *by the Mothers Club of Fosterburg school will be Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Molhers who will be serving with the heads of various committees are: Mrs. Robert Marcia! hour and refreshemnts served by Mrs. Max Musgraves, Mrs. Ralph Davis, and Mrs. Russell Hunt, chairman. tin, Mrs. Donald Moore, Mrs. Robert Wehrman, Mrs. Max Musgraves, Mrs. A. W. Manns, Mrs. Garland Helens, Mrs. Cyrus Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Gerdt. All money received will be used for the school. Halloween Party FOSTERBURG — A masquerade Halloween parly for both Cub'Scouts and Boy Scouts will be held Friday at the town hall from 7:30 p.m. until about 9. Parents are also invited to attend. Prizes frjr costumes and games will be awarded. Foslcrburg Notes FOSTERBURG — Mrs. Angus Smith has returned from an eight-day stay at. McLeansboro where she attended the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Etta Gray, 77, who was burled Oct. 16. Mrs. Smith stayed with her brother anr. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gray. Other survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Emma) Brown or Alton, and a son, Harmon Gray, of PJvansville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Renus Baker, Sr., and Miss Marjorie Depper of Fosterhurg and Miss Joann Goodwin of Alton .spent the week- i end in Evansville, Ind., visiting j cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I Little, and other relatives. ! 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