Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 31, 1956 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 31, 1956
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3.1, 1936 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Scouts to Collect Paper at Greenfield Thursday* Fridav 4'' •> »' will sponsor a Roy pnprr drive Thursday and Friday. Collections in (Jrpenlidrt will slarl nt 9 '\. in. Thursday ant) resident* an requested f o have Ihr" pap- rr<; tied in slacks or in boxes lor convenient pitk-ii)). T h e Si'ouls will pit-k up papers in the rural arras Friday ninrninj: If notified hy 9 ». m. Baptist Circle At Greenfield Meets Thursday » r,RfcF,NF1KCr> - Mrs. K. F. Cook and Mrs, Howard Can- jpdy will entertain the Mission- a'.y Oil-He of Kirst Baptist ('hurch Thursday nftrrnoon In HIP Cook lionip. Mrs. ]'r''d MPIIJ* will rondurt lhr> rtnvoiion- al serviie and Mrs. Allen Cole uill be program narrator. Members of Hie <:inle bavf been invited to be Riit'sH of 1nr C,irrolll.OM Baptist Chitn-b Cirri" the following Thursday, Nov. S The Women's Baptist K ( 'ilo\\-- ship has annoiimeii it 1 -, annual bazaar will br held Saturday IVc, 1, in the wentK-i-oinpli'ted 1 huveh annex. n heart attack at his farm homf was moved to Boyd Memorial Hospital. George Henkel, who had just , returned from Boyd Memorial i Hospital n few days previously suffered a heart attack in the husinpss district Salnrdny nieht nnrtlnveM of Croenfield Saturday ianri W as roturnpd to Ilie Car- .n Mi>« \Vau- rl.i Fit/crrald, dtiiighier of Mr. and Mrs. Mnrk Fit7{»prald. who \\;>* been employed in Springfield, has returned home to roni- plrte plans lor her wedding. Miss Fit/herald and ("hark"; Sioiif of (irarvit* <'iiy v- ill h* married at 9:30 ». in. Saturday at St. Mirhael's Chun h, cirecn. fif-Id. Prolut Kile* GRKKNTIKU* - F M r. f r a 1 jffvices for Den?ell Bill Prohsi were conducted by !he Rev. S. \V. Thornton at Shields Meinor- i;.| Funeral Ho»n^ Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mr.?. C. B. K. Argall, Mr*. Richnrd Dalton. and ihe Rev. Thornton sang. Mrs, Thornton was pianis!. Pallbearers were Lee Aleisand- T. Wood River, Robert Tanner. Alton, Junior Turner, Jerseyville, Melvin Wheeler. Carrollton, H. S. Krthal'and John K. Metcslf. Birthday Olehratlon GREEN' - Mrs. E. K. Cook arranged a politick supper and surprise party Sunday evening in observance of Mr. < OCR's .?3rd birthday. < '.uests «er» Mr. and Mrs. Roy C Justine o' Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Fii/gora!d. Tommy Kity.geraid. Miss Wanda Fitzgerald, Charles Stone, Miss Mildred Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cpo& Mrs. ( '.irrie Houlihan, Mrs. Anne Woodard, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Cook, Diane Cook, Charles Hall, and Grew Ktirns. rollton hospital in the Shields ambulance for further treatment. In Velde's district, his former administrative assistant, Robert H. Michel of Peoria. has an apparent edge over his Democratic fellow townsman. Fred Allen. Grafftoti GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Mears were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pittenger. Mrs, until Oct. filh was Miss Dorothy Schroeder of Indianapolis. Mrs. D. J. Bergman of Kenilworth, 111., returned home following a visit with her sister, Miss Kathryn O'Donnel, last week. Miss Mary Eastman of Alton was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duncan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dunlope attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds Sunday on the Old Jerseyville Road. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Overmeyer were guests Saturday of Mf. and Mri. Raymond Mears at Greenfi«iJ. En route there they visited Mrs. Overmeyer's brother, George Mears, at the nursinl home in Carrolltrm. Mrs, William Pohlman and children visited at the home of her mother. Mrs. Bess Toole, First A court Journal, Tsing t'ao, published in Peking, CJiina, *s early as the 500s and continued until 1935, is the first known newspaper. in Godfrey Sunday. 1 GREENFIELD - Miss Ruth Mellor, American Red Cross fteld rcpi-esentative in southwestern Michigan, has been spending several day* with her sister, Mrs. <". B. Mis* Mellor will !>"i\e Thursday for \VichitH. Ksn. and \viH sUo fii^nds in N>w ]\fe\ii:o. Mr*. Ret* Pratt of Springfield ami Kine Rftheford of Mo\vea- (jua vver* guesls of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Burroughs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. living of St. Iritis, Mr. anci Mis. Don .Klli*. Kduardsviile. Mf. and Mr». Ray I.ewey, Percy, and Mr. and Mrs. C.lenn I.rwey, Carrollton, were guests of their brather-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Thaver, ai a family dinner Sunday. Mrs. Forrest B. .Smith of Houston, Tex. Is visiting at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Clarewe Rekk. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simmons, who have been spending several weeks at their former home, Chicago, visited during Hie weekend with Simmon's aunts, Mrs. K. K. Cameron, Mrs. Lee M. Bums, and Mrs. .1, G. Burns, en route lo Clearwater, Fla, Mr, and Mrs, Vernon Thaxton and Marilyn, Marvin and Marsha. and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jackson attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ' Wilbur Richmond in Maywood, j Mo., Sunday, honoring Mrs. Thaxton 's and Mrs. Jackson's brother, Veldie Rigg and t h e former Jaunita Richmond, who v> ere married Oct. 1!0 in Pitls- licld. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilhite and family spent Sunday with hisi mother, Mrs. Jesse Wilhlle. Mrs, Williite visited with her sen and family in East Alton '.Monday and Tuesday. 1 Mrs. Charles Blocher has returned home from Boyd Mnnor- iul Hospital. Mrs. Blocher entered the hospital Saturday for tivittment ol an asilmiuliu condition. '.. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fair. 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