Section 2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports, Amusement* Estabflihed January 13, 1836 ALTON, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JULY 8,1958 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Prett ?, and Mrs. Summers Of Medora Married 40 Years MEDORA - The fortieth wed*j ding anniversary of the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers was cele brated Sunday at their home with a t»tluck dinner. Fifty-six were in attendance. Their marriage took place in LHchfield at the home of her aunt, Mrs. L. C. Jordan, the officiating minister being the Rev. A. W. Kortkamp of Alton. Attendants were his brother, Lee Summers, late Miss and her sister, the Violet Mitchell. The Rev. and Mrs. E. 0. Fry and her sister, Miss Lizzie Range, who were present Sunday, also the wedding 40 years attended ago. They have eight children, all of whom were present Sunday except one son, Lee, of Leeds Point, N. J. Those present at the celebration Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dixon, Mrs. Minnie Edwards, Mrs. Eleanor Gernigen, Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Summers and grandchildren, Kim and Kathy Gu,m, Mr. and Mrs. John Summers, Granite City; Capt/ and Mrs. Albert Southard and children, San Antonio, Texas; Rev. and Mrs. Bert Sawyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Summer and family, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Eldredge, Waverly; Mi«s Lizzie L. Range, Mrs. Lou Ella Range, Greenfield; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and family, Lloyd Hosier. Miss Juanita Arrowood, Mr. .and Mrs. Bill Andereck, Mr. and Mrs. John Benedict and 'daughter, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and daughter, Litchfield; Rev. and Mrs. E. 0. Fry, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scott and family, Rev. and Mrs. Elmer P. Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Summers, Rev. and Mrs. William Summers. Ladles Aid to Meet MEDORA — The Ladies' Aid Society of Summerville Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday afterijoon at the home of Mrs. L. E. Wilton. Mrs. George Nixon will be assisting hostess. Summerville Church Children Give Program MEDORA — Children of the Summerville Presbyterian Sunday school have been engaged in a special Bible study-in their homes, with their mothers as teachers. They presented a program at the church Sunday evening. Children taking the course included Gary, Carolyn and Danny Scharfenberg, Louise and Brenda Hilyard, Kenny and Lyndall Huff, Eva Holliday, Sally Jo Schaefer, Paul Fricker, Allen and Earl Moore. Birthday Dinner MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Eddleman* entertained with a birthday dinner Sunday, honoring their son, Darrell Eddleman. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Eddleman, and daughter, Susan. House Springs, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Eddleman, Dongola, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Eddleman and sons, Myron and Warren, niece, Miss Cecelia Dougherty, and Paul Weiner at St. Francis Xavier's Church in Jerseyville. Mrs. Macie Elliott and son, Jack, Mrs. Minerva Chism, Mr* Ida Burns, Miss Delia Glower and Henry Glower had a picnic dinner Carroll Funeral Rites Conducted at Medora MEDORA — iFuneral riles for Charles Carroll Sunday at the were conducted Warner Funeral Home. The Rev. W. M. Greer of Glllespie officiated. Mrs. Hope Chism was sploist for the services, with Mrs. Charlotte Kemper as accompanist. Pallbearers were E. T. Rhodes, Harold Bowman, James Mains, E. L. Kahl, Charles Smith and Melvin Bennett, all Medora Legion members. Burial was in Medora Cemetery, with military rites. Jesse Strunk of Medora served as chaplain and Lynn Waltrip as bugler. Dwight Gross of Medora and a navy recruiting officer from Alton were the color bearers. The firing squad was from the Alton Marine Reserves. Medora Notes MEDORA —Mrs. Myrtle Hynd- mann, Springfield, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Don Rica, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meurer returned to St. Louis Monday after visiting since July 4 with Mrs. Margaret Meiers. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Carney and daughter, Tuscola, were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Searles. Miss Julia Dougherty, Altamont, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Hembrow. On Saturday they attended the wedding of their Pot-Lack Supper MEDORA — A pot-luck supper was held Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Glenn and son, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Manning Miller and family, who recently arrived here from Red Deer, Canada, where he has been attending college the past four years. Others present • were: Mr. and Mrs: Paul Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Lee and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Chism and daughters, all of Chesterfield; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and daughter, Car linville; Mr. and Mrs. George Bowers and family, Alton; Pvt. Sam Miller, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Sunday at Louisiana, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper are spending a vacation and fishing trip in Canada. . • . Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wilton and family, Pontiac, Mich., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wheeler, Decatur, and Mrs. Ola Brown, Brighton, were calling on friends in Medora Sunday. Mrs. Mary Lutz and Miss Bertha Short had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs. Franklin Wayman and son, Bill, Wickford, Rhode Island, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Totten and sons, and Mrs. Clara Kimber of Alton. Church Camp Opens July 30 Near Shipmatt SHIPMAN—The fourth annual Church Camp* will be held it immermaker grove from July 0 through Aug. 2. Boys will sleep n tents and have meals serv v e3 y adults each day. The local Methodis* Men's or anlzation will act as sponsors of ie group. Rev. Arthur Hurry nd Tom Skaggs will serve as ouncilors. Services, open to the ublic, will be held each night at :30. The camp fee is $5 and those esiring reservations should con act Rev. Hurry. Chib Entertained SHIPMAN — The West Road Club was entertained at the West- rn Club ground near Alton Sun- ay by Mr. and Mrs. Clifford alley. They announced the wed- ing of their son, Clifford Jr. and /liss Susan Vogt of St. Louis for ug. 2. Guests at the picnic were the amilies of Loren Lahr, Stella Lowis, E. B. Belton, Herbert tfoore, Don Gwillim, Glen Lahr nd Wayne Brooks. Others present •ere Mesdames Melvin Stone, ophia Breitwiser, Helena Talley, /liss Lorraine Jasper, Lennv toore, Don Breitwiser, J. W. ,ahr and Terry Breitwiser. Picnic Supper SHIPMAN—Mrs. Charles Simpon of Springfield was honored uest at a picnic supper in the ommunity park Sunday evening. Guests were: Mrs. Nell Kahl f Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Young of Wood River; Miss Connie Meyers of Macomb; Mr. nd Mrs. James Laffey, Mrs. Grace Henson, Mrs. Mae Lee and flr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers. Ice Cream Socials SHIPMAN—The Luther League /ill sponsor a home made ice ream social Friday night at Community Park. Serving will be- in at 5:30 p.m. The Harmony Community dub ll sponsor an ice cream social t the Community Center Satur- ay, July 19. Serving will begin t 6:30 p.m. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN—Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Duncan will spend a two weeks' acation with their son and fam y, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunan, in Evanston, Wyo Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stampe nd Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dugan and It's Your Money *> Get Doctor's Evidence Of Aunt's Condition Homecoming Set This Weekend at Bunker Hill By O. B. OALLAOHtCR (Q) "My aunt is eligible fof Social Security benefits; however, being feeble-minded, she refuses to apply. In the meantime, I must assume the major portion of her support. "1 am informed that she Cannot be awarded benefits unless she herself applies for them. I am sure there are other similar cases and would appreciate your comments." K, T. (A) First, you should secure documentary evidence, such as written statement from your doc tor, that your aunt is not mentall; capable of attending to her own al fairs. With such evidence, ther should be no reason why an appl cation for benefits should not be accepted by the Social Security ol fice. Then, in all probability, someon will be selected by the Social Se curity Administration to receiv and handle her monthly checks. I you furnish proper evidence of be ing her chief support, it is mos likely that the checks will b mailed to you. All this must b worked out by the Social Security office. Again, under the circumstances we are sure that things will wor out satisfactorily. (Q) "I am 59 and was under Social Security coverage from the beginning up until 1945. I know I will get half the amount awarded to my husband, but I would like to know about my own credits. I earned about $1,800 a year. My husband is 61." Mrs. H. B. (A) As you will be 62 in 196: you will need 20 or 21 quarters to Dennis left Monday for a week' vacation at Bayles Lake nea Loda. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stouffe an son were Sunday dinner guests o Mrs. Gussie Cosgriff and famil in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hunt an sons of Cambridge were weeken guests in the Joyce Hunt an Charles Matlack homes. Miss Joy Duncan of Alton an David Duncan of East Alton hav been guests here in the Lyle Dun can heme. CLOSED FOR VACATION WATCH THE TELEGRAPH FOR REOPENING DATE NEXT WEEK DUKE BAKERY Ninth and Henry StrMts A GLASS OF MILK A DAY You'll lay one glassful isn't •nought But to thousands of children overseas, who rarely know how it feels to have a full stomach, it's like a gift from heaven. Some will gulp it down, Others have to be taught to like this white liquid they can't remember ever havingtaated. Providing a glass of milk a day for millions of children is one of the vital aid programs carried on by America's 3 great faiths — Protestant, Catholic and Jewish. It's only one small phase of programs that save countless lives overseas. Suppprt your faith's OVER. IEA8 AID PROGRAM, MtOTIfTANT •hare Our iurpiui Appeal CATHOLIC •Ithopi' Clothing Collection JIWIIH UJA Rescue Funtf fublithtd oi * public itrviot in eo- "M with Tht Advtrfaing \ «dt tht Ntwmptr Ad, SPECIAL GIFT OFFER For New Accounts (or Additions) of $100 or More by the YOU WILL RECEIVE The Savo-Clown Bank V. PUCIAMM M UV*t MNt- MMMWNM IM HM UN Slit IVMMUI '££/ vonwui WAMI "owomir I* EACH ACCOUNT INSURED TO $10,000 BY AN AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT s AVE Whtrt You Havt tht Advantage of: CONVENIENT LOCATION " ELEVATOR SERVICE LARGE PARKING AREA DRIVE W WINDOWS PRIVATE CONKRENCE ROOMS AFTER HOUR DEPOSITORY PLUS A FRIENDLY EXPERIENCED STAPP TO SERVE YOU POSTAGE MID IOTN WAYS I*rf«if.M4MfU OVER 16 MILLION DOLLARS 543 East Broadway Hours: 6:00 to 4:30. Alton, Illinois Friday ,9:00 to 6:00 Phone 2*0058 Closed Saturday monthly reduced benefit credits, fou should have 28 quarters* to your credit. Figuring that you earned $1.800 a year for 1937 through 1945 under covered employment, you will mve a 65-year-old monthly benefit credit of close to $50, less 20 per cent ($10) for accepting at 12, which you should do. You will be 62 before your husband is 65, so apply for your own benefits at 62. At the time your msband applies, check with the Social Security regarding anything due. you from your husband'.? credits. As a wife, you will continue to receive the benefit credit due from your own account. But if it is less than what is due from your bus band's account, your checks wil be increased to equal that due from his credits, but you won't ge the full amount of both credits. You cannot do any of this unti 1961. Right now ask your Social Security office for a Wage State ment Request card. Fill it in, bu before mailing write in the top margin line: ''advise number o quarters to my credit." Be sure to keep the reply received from Balti more. Learn what to do now. Don' wait and learn later what you should have done. Send 35 cents in coin (no stamps) for a copy o BtiNKER HILL - The Bunk- r Hill Homecoming,, sponsored y the American Legion, will be eld Friday, Saturday and Sun- ay at the Legion Park. Special utertainment has been arrang- d for each night. Saturday at :30 pm. there will be a parade. The coronation ceremony of wil! receive $10. Hugh Morris Is In charge of the entertainment, Art Keller In charge of the parade and Miss Charlyne Koch the coronation ceremony. Attending Camp BUNKER HILL - The Rev and Mrs. Ross Smith, Amy Kny he 1958 homecoming queen and Lueking, Mickey Olds, Joyce Ad- granddaughter of Alton, Visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pilgrim. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Goebel and children, Eva and A. C, returned home after spending the past two weeks touring the Western States. Jimmy Wood returned home after spending last week as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Antonucci in St. Louis. er court will take place Sun- ay at 11:30 p.m Those taking art in the ceremony Include: etiring queen, Margaret Moulon escorted by Eldon Sauer- ein; candidates for queen: dartha Foreman escorted by im Welch and Pat Keller escort- d by Gerald. Morris; flower iris, Ann Jenkins and Bobbie turley and crown bearer. Mike lurley. Carolyn Fahrenkrog will play ie march lor the coronation. Mayor Hazelrigg will crown the iueen and present her with a heck for 525. The maid of honor T'S YOUR MONEY Social Se- urity Booklet.' Address Social curity Booklet, Alton Evening 'elegraph, Box 344, Grand Central tation, New York 17, N. Y. (© 1958, General Features Corp.) MEYERS WATER SOFTENERS. • Sales • Service • Installation & A SPRINGMAN GODFREY S-42S1 Lawton, and Mary attending the an? ock, Gwen Tiona Beulah Institute Methodist Youth Camp at Eldorado this week. Bunker Hill Mote* BUNKER HILL — Ruth Sheean, Geraldine Hlad, and Virgini Leet, members of the Omnha Jible Institute Trio, were week- nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E 'aube. Sunday visitors at the 'auhe home were: Mr. and Mrs ohn H. Taube and daughter VIr. and Mrs. Frank Owens anc hildren, all of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Taube and children f Belleville; and Mr. and Mrs lussell Ord of Mascoutah. 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