Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1958 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 1, 1958
Page 23
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TUESDAY, JULY 1,1958 ALTON EVENtKG TELEGRAPH PAGE TWfiNTY-HflUflR Medora WCTU Picnic July 8 MEDORA — The Women's Chfis- fiflfl Temperance Union will have their annual picnic supper on Tuesday evening, July 8, at the home of Mrs. Mary Metcalfe at Plato- view. The women plan to leave Medora at 4 p.m. dam Picnic MEDOftA - The Worth While Class of the Baptist Church will have its annual picnic dinner at noon Wednesday In the basement • of the church. Wayman Reunion MEDOlU — The annual Way- rM jman family reunion was held ai Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Ella Wayman, Beards* ; town, 92, was the oldest person present and Peggy Sue flitchey, $ infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rltchey Jr., of Chesterfield, was the youngest. C. F. Wayman of the U.S. Navy, wife end son, Bill, of Wickford, .Rhode Island, Were from the farthest distance, and Mr. and Mrs. Artie Arnold of New Orleans, La., tanked second in distance. Those from this area attending were Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Wayman. Mrs. Christine Baze and Cheryl, Ebert Wayman, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Wayman and son, Dwight, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lebro and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Ritchey and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Rilchey Jr,, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bailey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bell and family, Mrs. Walter Green and daughters, Mrs. Ann Kraushair and sons. Leave for Camp McCoy MEDORA — Tom Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham, left Saturday for Camp McCoy, Wis., for two weeks of military training. Baptist Class MEDORA — Melvin Bennett and Mrs. Walter Sullivan were hosts to the Young Married adult class of the Baptist Church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hart Saturday evening. Thfey were members who had birthdays in June. Harris Carr of Brighton was the honored guest at the party Saturday evening. A potluck supper was served. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Harris Carr and family, Brighton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bennett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lowis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sul- Jivan and family, Rev. and Mrs. Ward Spencer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hart and family. Attend Shower MEDORA — Mrs. Alma Quirk, Miss Alice Quirk, Mrs. John W. Quirk and Donna, and Mrs. William Searles went to Modesto' Saturday to attend a pre-nuptial shower at the home of Mrs. Darrell Edwards. The shower honored Miss Wanda Simms of Virden, who will become the bride of Warren Carney in July. The groom-to-be is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carney of Girard. Birthday Dinner MEDORA — Mrs. W. A. Summers was the guest of honor at a birthday dinner Sunday at the Summers home. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scott and family, Ernest Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Summers, the Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Merritt, the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers and Floyd. Medora Notes MEDORA — Chief Warrant. Officer E. E. Bowker, U.S/ Navy, and family returned Monday to Chicago after a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker. Miss Dorothy and Russell Robinson, Springfield, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs./L. G. Robinson, and in the afternoon called on their aunt, Mrs. Elsie Griffith, who is ill. Mrs. Lawrence Thurm, Ridgecrest, Calif., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mate Peebles. Mrs. Laura Mohr, who has been ill for some time, was moved from Kane to her home at Fidelity, where her daughters, Mrs. Tossie Rubling of Virden and Mrs. Anna Carr of Medora are with her. The Rev. G. W. Compton, former pastor of the Baptist church, and Mrs. Paul Compton, Centerville, Mo., were in Medora Monday. Rolla and Bart Wayman received word Sunday that their sister, Mrs. Leona Lung, of Camden, has been a patient at the Culbertson hospital, Rushville, since Thursday, 'when she suffered a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newton and daughters, Centralia, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Vancamp, Wood River, visited with Mr. and MPS. H. E. Warner Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Johnson Jr., is a medical patient at Memorial Hospital Alton. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt visited in Jerseyville Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pearce and Miss Anita Chism. THE KID WITH HIS HEAD IN THE SKY Youngest teenager to hold a pilot's license in South Africa Is 17-year-old Bruce Anderson of Cape Town. He is known as "that kid with his head tn the sky." When 10 he played grease monkey in the hangars at, Youngsfield and one day was taken for a flight around the field. At 12 he took control of a plane for the first lime. At 16 he became a member of the Cape Eaglets training program and first flew solo. A( 17 he won a license that allow* him to fly cross-country and carry passengers. Wt Reter* ftllttt T« Limit Quantities Guaranteed Through Saturday July 5th . 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