Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 29, 1954 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1954 ^ Mny 11 Eddie Mickey To Speak At Shipman Athletic Banquet — The annual ath- M$c banquet will be held in ffi* fligh school gymnasium on Tuesday, May 11 at 6 p. m. PSrents of each student par- tiripatlhg in sports have received «ft invitation to attend. fhe sputter for the evening •will fee Eddie Hickey, basketball coach of St. Ixiuis I'niversity. Athletic awards to players. theerleaders and manaEfrs will 6e made following the banquet. Church tfotr* SH1PMAN — Sunday School »t Shipman Mothixiist Ctnlrch -».'*»-»«s tit <i a. m., and wor- tnlp service at ul a. m. Mass at St. Penis Church will be at 8:30 and at Medora at 9:30 a. m. Sunday School at the Piasa Baptist will convene at 8:45 a.m. with worship at 9:45 a. m. Training union at 7 p. m. and evening worship at 7:30 p. m. Piasa Methodist Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. with worship at 11 o'clock. Harmony Bnplist Sunday School hocins at 10 », m, with worship a' 10:.% a. m. RTU at 7 o'clock and evening service at 7:30. Arrive* In England SHIPMAN - Mrs. George Blotna and children, Pntty and Ronny arrived in Southampton, England, Monday. Her family drove down from Cheltenham to meet them. Mrs. Blotna came to America eight years ago as a war hride and this is her first trip home. They will return about July 26. i Chrlntaln Alders to Meet""" SHIPMAN - The May meeting of the Christian Aiders will he held next Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Elmer Hrcitwiser. Attend Ofcfl Meet SHIPMAN — Members of the local Eastern Star Chapter attended "Friends night" at Mcdora , Tuesday evening. 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Mrs f.roor has oxpre.ssnd the desire that now loaders he Riven thr opportunity to continue with thr w«rk and organization of thr Sunday School, Sunday School allrndanrr h.-i-, steadily increased the past few ytars with n record attendance nf 191 on Easter Sunday Trarh- rrs anrl officers of tho Sunday School have met regularly lor business and in study groups and the elass organizations ;noo( regularly as social and welfare groups of the church. District Legion Women 9 * Meeting Set at Hfirflin HArtniN.- Mrs. Charles T?oyd nf Noardstown. 20lh dlslrlcl director of Ihe Amerirnn I/ i ( s 'ion Auxiliary, hns mot here with the local auxiliary president. Mrs. lAVal Mnlhlciim, and with Mrs. Paul Hanks, to make plans for Ihe district meellnR which will he held nf H;mlln June 30. Mrs. Hoyd was accompanied hy the district secretary, Mrs. Glenn Skinner of Jacksonville. The nieelinR will ho at. the Presbyterian church and tho dinner will he served in the school cafeteria. 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