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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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'VY, MAY 31, 1949 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Rev. Fox Returned To Medora-Piasa MEDORA, May 31.—the Rr>v. K. W. Fox was returned as pastor of i the Medora-Piasa Methodist charge by the Southern Illinois conference, which closed its annual meeting Sunday evening at Rohison, III. This will he his fourth year; here. i The Rev. nntl Mrs. Fox returned ' home from the annual meeting late Sunday night. They were entertained during the conference at the homes of friends at Hudson-, ville, \vhc,re he was pastor for sev-1 en years. 4'HrewrlI for Pastor MF.DORA. — A farewell party will he given in the basement of. the Baptist Church Friday evening for (he Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Chute and family. A pot-luck supper will br> served at 7 p. m. The Rev. Chute will close his pastorate here Sunday, June 5, having resigned n month ago. I'icnlc 1)1 n n or i MEDOHA.—Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dougherty entertained nt a picnic dinner on their lawn Sunday, having as guests Mrs. Lucille Moore and son, Fred, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Loper and son of St. Louis, Mr. find Mrs. L. N. Manning and Miss Peggy Marian, of Jerseyville, Mrs. Corlnno Harlnn and family. Not«« PAOft MVft Mr. and Mrs. Larry Andereck and family nnd Glenn Summers of Peorin, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Summers and son of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and family of .»„„_,„ „, v > Ol , , Shipman were Sunday dinner ,, Ia , e ~ of Kast fet> Louls . • guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W A ! ^ el 2 in ul Tielsor > ° £ Wood River ' w Summers. R^J^ohlnsoi^of SpHngfiekl niic. . ,1. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manns of Alton were guests Saturday evening VETERAN, 101, REMEMBERS COMRADES—Charles L Chappe! ne.inng 102 years of age, vv.-lks r.lono with a wreath ,ir.d gives a wavering salule to the Colors as ho honors a departed comrade on Memorial Day at Long Beach, Calif. He is the sole surviving Civil War veteran in Long Beach.—AP Wirephoto. • ir> — •— — «•- v «•»» «."*,y VTVtJUlif^ of her sister, Mrs. Bertha Rhoads. Miss Betty Summers accompanied her sister, Mrs. Larry Andereck, to Peoria Monday evening, nnd Mrs. Wesley tawa, 111., called Robinson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs " i and daughter, Sharon, Misses Mary Widaman, Mary and Martha Vanfossen visited through the holiday of Ot- vacation period with Mrs. Wed , Widaman, at Rush Hill, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Parrish family of Alton were supper lory visited Saturday evening with his sister, Mrs. L. E. Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rice had as guests Sunday Mrs. Wayne Milner of Jerseyville, Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Stanton and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peebles and son, Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rice and son, and Miss Mary Tober of Alton. Mrs. Russell Downs and daughters, Wanda and Margaret, visited relatives at Shipman and Plainview Sunday. Arthur Bristol of Fidelity visited his niece, Mrs. Gene Warner, Saturday. Elks' Lender to Speak June 12 AtCnrlhtnille Mrs. Wnrren Harris and Monday at m ",7 *««• i.uu IHIIIMIJ v/* JtlMyfl ITCTi tl 3U[Jlyt?< reuim monaay evening,! "•"j'-" 1 "-" 1 " >vu " n er parents, Mr. .guests Sundav eveninc of hu «U where she has employment for the j nnd Mrs - Harry Arnold. ! te. Mrs Martin Roberts CARLINVILLE, May 31- -Floyd , Thompson of Chicago, past grand < exalted ruler of the Elks, will he the principal speaker at the Flag Day celebration to be held Sunday, June 12, In connection with the annual boat races sponsored by the Elks at Lake Carlinv"'e. Thompson, a past supreme judge, will speak nt the services to be/?in at 2 p. m. Another feature of the day will ] he the Indiana dances to he presented by 20 boys of St. Gregory Boy Scout Troop No. 286 of-St. Ann, Mo. They will dance on the beach In the afternoon with "- j llan Muench, former resident and president, of the local Chamber of Commerce, in charge. Muench Is now a resident of St. Ann. Ghent erf ield Birth CARLINVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Rosentrefer of Chesterfield are parents of a son, Michael Andrew, their second child, born Fri- tlay al Macou l lln Hospital. The mother was formerly Miss Pauline Eichen. ,; •-' .' !•••••=. iwuuun. owune ann son. Blllv Mrs Naomi VViegand and daugh-i of Grand Rapids, Mich., were sun- P. IVTlUJC RniH^tf nf T*r~,» J •*-»•_ ' nni* mini.* r. C«i i * •* * . ' . v. i., i*n v» mivi UMUfctll- 1er - Miss Shirley, of Wood River and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dawson and daughter, Miss Janice, of Bethalto and George Orear of Wood River spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Lewis ~ Gorman" Edith Goodwin. and Mrs. _Miss Lora Lane and Mrs. Alpha pet-guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jordan. Mrs. J. W. Robinson had as dinner guests Monday Mrs. Nellie Robinson and Mrs. Edith Martin of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. W. D Gihvorth. Dawson and family . Mrs. Lucius Edwards and son, Adrian, and daugnter,. Mrs. Helen Dlxon, of Carrollton spent Monday in the home of-the former's brother, the Rev. W. A, Summers. I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reed and daughters, Mary Lou and Emma ANNOUNCEMENT OUR OFFICES NOW LOCATED AT 642 East Broadwav (Opposite Prlneisi Thtater) DIAL 3-8825 •vr,. „„,! AT r.,- . it, _,.,. anugniers, jviary ijou ana *;mma Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Wedding ( L e e , of Campbell, Mo., are visiting with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Pope, at the home, of her brother, William Pope. Mr. and Mrs. John Camp and sons of Bethalto and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tungett and family of Alton were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Well. The group had a picnic supper at the "Y", near Carllnville. Mr. and Mrs. John DIPallo and family of Wood River were weekend guests of her father, S. M. Sarginson. Other guests Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sawyer and daughter of Godfrey and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Searles and family of Bridgeton, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tilley of Rock Island visited through the weekend and Memorial Day with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt. On Sunday the four went on a fishing trip at Havana. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Sanders vis* ited Sunday afternoon with Miss Gladys Cline at Litchfield. Mr. and Mrs. James Bowkcr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bowker and son were up from Alton Friday evening. Dianne and Michael Bowker remained for the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker. Mr. and Mrs. John Kolditz and son of Alton were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ontis and son, Phillip, spent Sunday at the home of her father, James Andrews, at Nutwood. Phillip remained for the week withh is uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cope, in Nutwood. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bister of Vic- MANUEL M, WISEMAN, HIVING M. WISEMAN, LAWYERS. Hutton Happy Over Doing 'Aunie 9 Role Compare Sise! Compare Features! Compare Economy! Compare Style! 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Only one car is Girder-built, frame and body one Unitized structure. /<'» the Airflyle.' ,Ow/v one car has Unillo-Jet carhurelion— Uniscopu — Cockpit Control — a one-pice* curved windshield on nil models — Weather Eye Conditioned Air. //'j I/it Airjiytt. Compare the Airflyte wiili any car at any price. Let your Nash dealer dcmonuraie tht Mush "600" or Nash Ambassador today! By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD, UP)—Lot's look in on Betty Hutton, who says she is hovering "On Cloud No. 9" these days. The blond bombshell was resting between strenuous dance rehearsals with Fred Aslaire for "Let's Dance." She enthused about her role to follow—"Annie Get Your Gun." I "I'm so excited I can't sleep — I just lie there singing 'Doin' What ; comes Naturally,"' she said. "For four years I've been trying to do Annie. I haven't been happy with the pictures I've had since Buddy Desylva left Paramount and I pleaded with them to buy it for me. I really bawled them out when they let MGM get it." Betty said she never gave up hope that she would play Annie, even after the picture began shooting. Then Judy Garland was suspended for not. reporting to the set, and MGM began dickering for Betty. "First I wanted to be sure the studio wasn't, just, trying to punish Judy," she said. "But then I found she wasn't exactly happy with the role, anyway. "After all, Judy Is more the wide-eyed, retiring type. Annie calls for the loud kind of hokum that. I can do." At first, the two studios couldn't get together on terms. Betty said she was so distraught she couldn't talk, bhe even showed me the mascara steins on her couch. Then it. was decided to postpone "Annie" and let her do the Astair picture ! first. Already lined up to follow those two films immediately are the Mack Sennett biography (she'll play Mabel Normand) and the life of Theda Bara. "After that," said methodical Betty, "I'm going to retire and have two more babies." Gregory Peck jis another star who has been in the news. His eye infection on "12. O'clock High" was one of the factors that postponed "Quo Vadis" until next year. "Something happens on all my pictures," he moaned, "and usually it's because of horses. "I was thrown from a horse and broke my leg at the start of 'Yellow Sky.' It wasn't the horse's fault, though; I was racing him on a muddy track and he slipped. '"Duel in the Sun' takes the prize for the greatest number of mishaps. I was thrown three times in that picture, once on my neck." Peck has • no phobia against horses, but—he hasn't been on one since he finished his last western. Capsule review: "The Beautiful Blonde From Bashful Bend" (TCF) fails to be as intersting as its title, It has all the elements-color, zany story, comic cast and Betty arable's legs. But somehow it turns out to be a mess. The climax is a riotous gun duel in which no one scores a hit. The same thing goes for the picture. Aly, Rita Leave in Rain For Paris Honeymoon CANNTCS, France, May'31. 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