Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 15, 1956 · Page 18
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN [MACSHORE CLASSICS In dacron and pima DRIP-DRY to make light of laundry chores. Tucked and stitched in a class-by-it self-manner to complement the soft boy collar, short sleeves. Sizes 30 lo 38, Other Styles and Fabrics $2.98 - $3.98 Sportswear and Lingerie • 2 Stores to Serve You • C22 EAST BROADWAY • 2522 COLLEGE School Opens Aug. 30 Southwestern Teachers To Meet At Medora Aug. 29 MEDORA — Wednesday, Aug.] 29, all the teachers of Unit 9 will meet at the Southwestern High School cafeteria in the American Legion Hall at Medora at 10 a.m. Superintendent ,T. W. Gholson will be in charge of tbe meeting. In the afternoon the teachers will go lo their individual school buildings to meet with the building principals. Aug. 21, 22 and 23 has been sel as the dates for freshman to register for physical and dental examinations and for intelligence, achievement and vocational preference tests. School buses will pick up students at. the Shipman and Brighton attendance centers. The upper classes of the high school registered before the close of the last term of school. Thursday, Aug. 30, will be the opening or first full day of school. Arrives With Itriita MEDORA — W'iam Burke arrived home Sunday from North Carolina, accompanied by his bride. Burke was separated from service Aug. 5, after serving two terms of service with the U.S. Marines. Since returning to the slates from Japan, he had been stationed at KIDS for LUNCH Camp Le Juene, N.C. His marriage to Miss Mary Jean Lim of Wilmington, N.C.. took place Aug. 5. The couple il resid- ng at the home of his mother, Mrs. Clara Burke. Home Rurraii Pienir, MEDORA—The Kemper Home Bureau held their picnic supper Monday evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryder with their families as guests. The occasion being Mr. Ryder's birthday, the group sang "H.-ip- py Birthday" to him. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. | Charles Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. David McKee, Mrs. .1. L. Tober, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rhine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. John Quirk, Mr. and Mrs. James Caveny, Mr. and Mrs. William Rathgeber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Roberts and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hilyard and family, Mrs. Lcroy Gaffney and children, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Ryder and family. Attend Reunion MEDORA—The Kitchell-Lowis families held their annual reunion Sunday at the park in Hills- born. Those from this area attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lowis, Mr. and Mrs. R a 1 p h Lowis and family, Mrs. Bertha Rhoads, Mr. and Mrs.. T. B. Ruyle Sr., and sons, Mr. and Mrs. T. ,B. Ruyle Jr., Mrs. .T. L. Tober, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waggoner and family, Mrs. Stella Lowis and son, Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gwillim and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard French. Medora MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winlermantle and family and Mrs. Clinton Aydelott. St. Louis, spent Sunday with Mrs. Bess Carter. Mrs. Aydelott remained until Tuesday evening. Mrs. Viola Peek visited her sister. Mrs. Nellir Robinson, at St. Anthony's Infirmary. Alton, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Rhodes spent Sunday at the sta.,; fair at Springfield, visiting Sunday night and Monday with his mother, Mrs Mary Rhodes, Petersburg. Mrs. Laverne Parrish and daughters, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Reeves. Greenfield, were quests Sunday of their sister, Mrs. Charles Smith. Miss Mary Ann Downs. Madison. is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Vernon Maska. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dealey and family. Kasl Allon, were also guests Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and family spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith Jerse.wille. Smith's brother, Sam Smith, left Tuesday for service. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hackney, Plainview, visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes. Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Conrad and family, Godfrey, were guests Sun- day of her parents, Mr. and Iilrs. T. E. C'.iallaeombe. Miss Phyllis Whited has returned from a visit with her sfcster. Mrs. Durward Worley, and efc the Orvice Whited home, Alton, i Den 1 of the Cub Scouts enjoyed a swimming party Tuesday evening at the Henson farm, near .lerseyville. Maurice Wilson is the scoutmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowman had as supper guests Tucsdiiy evening Mr. and Mrs. John Vfegman and Linda, Yonkers, N. r /'.. and Mrs. Charles Evans and. Terry, SI. Louis. A politick supper will 'be held at the Kemper Hall this evning at 7 p.m. iCSTi. The fai'm youth from Bombay, fnd.. Mahondrakant Shroff, who is at the home of Mi. a,nd Mrs. Earl Richey will be present and answer question. Medora Assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls met,Monday evening in the Masrmic Hall. Twenty girls wer in Attendance Aug. 29 is the new di.ite set for Iheir outing on the Steamer Ad- Chiirrh Picnic Set Thursday e/ At Chester field CHKSTERKfKLD — Teachrrs and officers of the United Sunday- School have announced a picnic for all the mem! -s of Ihr Sunday School, Thursday evening at the grade school. Games for children have been announced for 4 p.m. A basket dinner will be served at 6: !"> p in All families are asked to bring their own table service. Mrs. Robert Keele, Grant Wilson and Mrs. Robert Adam? are in charge of the arrangements. Nf'xvs Notes CHESTERFIELD — Mr. and miral. The WSCS of the Methodist Church will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jason Fox, with Mrs. Ralph Chanalei as assisting hostess. Mrs. David MeK'ee. Sr., is the program leader. Mrs. Harold Wallner and sons attended thi? slate fair Monday. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dams were Mrs. Kmma Collins and daughter. Mrs. Dorothy Coppage, of Caruthersville. Mo., and Mrs. Merle Emery of Cape Girardeau. Mo. Jesse Heyen and sons. Lindell, Larry and Denny, attended the stale fair Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eldren, James Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rigshey and so-' and Miss Ethel Trill met Mon.la.v evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Crow- dor taking refres.,ments in honor of (lie birthday anniversary of Mrs. Crowder. The party was a surprise. RTO TKT.KSrorE TO STl nv "RADIO STARS" Scientists at .Todrell Bank in Cheshire, England, oxpfrct to he using the world's biggest radio telescope by the. end of this year. It will be used to study "radio stars" whose existence has bern known since 194fi. These stars have not yet been seen, but their approximate position can bfi calculated by the strength of the radio waves they send out and which are picked up on earth. 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