Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 22, 1954 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 22, 1954
Page 31
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THl.'RSDAY, APRIL 22, i r j34 Pastor To Be Orrlainprl At Bunker Hill Toilay Bl'NKKR Hir.L - Ordination services for Cletu< L^vrrett u-j)I ho held at the Bet-ran Baptist Chui-rh fhi* afternoon and eve- nine. Lcverott is now dome missionary work under mid missions in Kentucky. His \\ifo is Ihr former Dm'is (iolikp. dauctitrr of Mr. and Mrs. riobort fjolikr. Mwiora. former nunker Hill rf>«irlrnts. After the afternoon examination servire the Kroiip, as well as the official family of the local rhimh. will en- juy a fellowship supper, served by women of the rlnirch. The ordination servire will be- sin at 7:.".0 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert (lolike, \\heaton. and the Hev. and Mrs. Delhert Ciohke of Colorado, will he here for the services. Both men are brothers of Mrs. Leveretl. Mrs. Robert Golike \\ill sine at the evening service. Blinker Hill Note* BUNKER HILL Members ot I he Methodist Youth Fellowship from the local church attended the suhdistrict meeting at Benld Monday evening. The group were accompanied by Rev. Paul Vise and Mrs. Ralph Moxey. The Bunker Hill group won the banner for the largest attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kahren- l<rog visited Mrs. Knhronkrog's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitaker in SI. Louis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Borgelt and family, Kansas Ci(y, Mo., spent weekend visiting the Rev. and Mrs. Mans Bruss and family. Mrs. Bruss is Borgelt's sister. The Rev. and Mrs. Earl Brown arc leaving Friday for Patterson, N. J., where they will attend the 251 h anniversary conference of Christian Missions of Baptist Churches. The Rev. Charles Moore, missionary to ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH rnrrnllfon To Affenri Bounty School j CARROLLTOX. — Mis* Mary i .To Bf'hnnn. dauehtpp of Mr. and !>lr«. William Behnen. will co to j Alton April 27. where «he will 'enter Centra! Illinois School of : Brauty for a course in homily culture. MUs Behnnn is a cvndunte of •St. John's Hieh School rlnss of I 19:>'J ;md since her Graduation h;i<5 been employed as cashier at Alfeld's Market. Attend Meeting: in Alton CARROLLTON. - Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Bell, Mrs. Dorothy j Brock and Mrs. \Vreatha Stevens ! attended a ceremonial for the officers of Rebekah Disirict :'fi, hold Friday evening hy Rebekah Lodge 475 in Alton. ttuxinrs* M»n ftn« Surgery CARROLLTON. - Francis f'fers, the manager of A. Geers and Company, underwent major surgery Tuesday morning in Boyd Memorial Hospital. PAGE THIRTY-ONS Liberia and a former minister of (he Jennings, Mo., church will speak at the local Baptist Church Sunday. He and his wife will be Sunday guests of Mrs. D. D. Truesdale and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Braken- koff and daughters. Litchfield; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rull and children and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rull and daughter enjoyed an egg hunt Sunday afternoon at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rull. Fidelity 4-H Clnh Tour? Jacksonville FIDKUTY. - Members of the Busy Bee 4-H Club and their cuest-s enioyrd a tour of .lack- i sonville Monday. They visited! the radio station. Hen/1 Flower: Shop. Caps Woolen Mills, and Mrs. Tucker's plant. Member-; of the club on the tour urre: Prxi;y B mnister. Florence Scanner. Marjory Me- , Anincb, Martha Raftis. Diana Klliott, Virginia Chism, .lackie Rich, Janice Cooksey, Sandra Range. Virginia and Sue Gorham. Marilyn \Viegand. Mary Robinson. .Joyce Ann Gaffney, Lorettn McKinney and Frances Kiisct). Olliers in the tour «ere the leaders. Mrs. Charles Strunk «nd Mrs. Paul Gorhnm: five mothers. Mrs. Donald Raltis, Mrs. Strait Klliott, Mrs. Harold Range, Mrs. Melvin Wiegand and Mrs. Nelson Robinson and a visitor, Miss Ruth Kckman of Kenosha, Wis. Hom« from Hospital FIDELITY. — Henry E^ldman returned home Monday from the •St. Joseph's Hospital at Alton, where he hud been a medical patient. Wondering what to season that loirmlo juice with so it will be especially delicious? 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