Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 30, 1954 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, April 30, 1954
Page 7
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FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1054 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Laurence Moran Rites at Brighton BRIGHTON — The Rrv. Philip Newman was celebrant of requiem high mass Tuesday 9 a.m. in St. AlphotTHis Church for Laurence Moran. who died Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Viola Padri»»n in Alton. Interment was in St. Mary's Cemetery, southeast of Bunker Hill. Mrs. William NOP was soloist, accompanied hy Mrs. Boss Turner. Pallbearers were Georpe St. Cin, William Maher, Spencer Michael, Charles Yancey, Harold Bott, and M. II. Ziegenbein. to Have Pastry 8»le BRIGHTON — There wUl be a pastry sale Saturday morning at Hauler's Market, beginning at 8:30 a. m. This sale is sponsored by the Rebekah Lodge. Brighton V. W. Schroeder attended a luncheon and meeting of the Mississippi Valley Farm Equipment Dealers Association at the Hotel DeSoto on Tuesday. Farm Equipment dealers from Missouri and Illinois were in attendance. Mrs. Schroeder accompanied her husband. August Obeilander returned to .bis home Wednesday following medical treatment in SI. Joseph's Hospital. His condition is reported to be improved. Mrs. Leo Struif and her moth- «r, Mrs. Carrie Bauer of Alton, called on Mrs. Harry J. Jones Monday afternoon. Bfightoti Civic League Entertainer! Wer1ne«dav •> B^IGHTON-Memhrr* of Civic League were entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry ,1. .Jonos. Mrs. Mar.jorie Iimtelmann of Alton presented a most interest- in? review of The hook "Forty Plus and Fancy Free" hy Kmily Kimbroush. Also, on the prog'-am were selections by the hi^li school girls' sextett composed of Carolyn Bott, Jane Hott. Carlene Bock, Barbara Apponyi. Beverly Schelm and Frances Feeger; and a solo by Barbara. Mrs. Otto Jacoby. chorus instructor, was accompanist. Mrs. Harry Roady presided at the businesss meeting. She announced that families of members were to be guests at the May meeting. Installation of officers and annual reports are on the agenda for this meeting. A collection will he taken in May for the cancer fund. Mrs. O. C. Isenberg, chairman of the ways and means committee, announced the Civic League would serve the Alumni Association banquet on May 20 in the high school. The book "Nn His Hands" by fcdwin Palmer was presented to the library by the committee. Assisting Mrs. Jones were Mrs. Gordon Lnmperf, Mrs, John Down, Mrs. Russell Broun, Mrs. P. Haycraft, Mrs. Harold Hancock, Mrs. Eldon Nave, Miss Pearl Sarius aod Mrs. Rudolph Greene. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" Shops P * E'S't NTT TITO t/te •* i. 11» Style 5Q5 or 502 Broadcloth—White. t A. Cup 32 to 36: B Cup \ 32 to 40; < C1 Cn V C Cup, 34 to .42 The Fashion Silhouette Needs... StyU 392 — Broadcloth — White. A Cup 32 to 36,1 Cup 32 to 40, C Cup 32-42 ON SALE ONLY AT ALL LEE Shops Belle St., FiM* St.. At/TON. • . ' East Ferguiou Ave., WOOP RIVER. Church Activities Listed at Brighton BRIGHTON - The Rev. Ken-. reth G. Bower will preach on j the suitjei-t "Sc'-vants on Horses! «nd Princes Walking" a! the JO j a. m. servu-e in the Presbyter-j ian Church. Sunday sr-hool at a. m. Monday evening there will be a session, trustee, deacon meeting, 7:30 p. rn. in the parish house, for the purpose of making plans for the fall and winter program. •The Better Way of Life" is the sermon tonic selected hy the Rev. A. L. Schieler for Sunday morning worship a! 10:,TO a. m. in the St. John Evangelical and Reformed Church. Sunday school meets at 9:30 a. m. "Is Your Faith FireprooJ?" will he the suh.ject on which the Rev. Paul Mabry will preach at 10:40 a. m. service in the St. Paul Methodist Church. Sunday school convenes at 9:30 a. m. A change has hecn made in time for evening services. During the summer, MYP will meet at 7 p. m. and evening worship will be at 8:15 p. m. Sunday masses will be at 8 and 10 a. m. in the St. Alphonsus Church. The Rev. Philip Newman is pastor. Assembly of God services ate conducted at 9:45 a. m. and 7:45 P. m. in the Legion Hall by the Rev. Harold Norman. Betsey Ann Picnic Set July 22-23 at Brighton BRIGHTON — A meeting of the Betsey Ann Picnic Asssoeia- tion has been called for Friday evening, May 7, 8:30 p. m. DST in the legion hall, at which time plans for the annual picnic on July 22 and 23 will be dlscusssed; also, the building which the as- social ion is planning to erect to house the Betsey Ann Fire Department equipment. A. A. Moehle, chairman of the concession committee reports his committee has already signed up for several rides and concessions for the Betsey Ann picnic. Plan Hake Sale BRIGirTON ~ At the Builders Class meeting Tuesday evening in the Evangelical and Reformed Church, it was decided to have a hake sale Saturday May 8 at the Mercantile store. They are going to specialize on homemade coffee cakes and rolls. After the short business session, the group spent the evening working on the kitchen cabinets which were recently installed. Medora Woman Marks Birthday Mrs. Margaret Envin Was 85 W If a human baby grew as fast as a bee he would need a five- ton truck as a baby carriage by the tirqe he was a week old. FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DAILY 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS 9 A. M. - 1 P. M. and 4 P. M. — 10 P. M. EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED AT ONCE If You Request Our Prescription Service Your Doctor Will Be Clod To Coll Us PHONE 2.2832 230 East Broadway Alton, Illinois MFDORA. — Mrs. Margaret Krwin. widow of Dr. O. P. Fr- win, observed her S5th birthday Wednesday at her home in Me- ilora. Her son and daughter-in- Imv, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Krwin. came from Menominee, Mich., to be with her on her birthday, and are spending a few days here. Mrs. Krwin. before her marriage. was Miss Margaret Williams. She was horn at Raymond, III., April 28, 1869. She and Dr. 0. P. Envin were married in 1887. They went to housekeeping in Fieldon, where he was then practicing. Later they located at Kane and in 1R93 came to Medora, where he practiced until his death. Mrs. Krwin. in previous years. was very active in the Eastern Star and Royal Neighbor lodges in Medora. She is a charter member of Medora City Chapter of the Eastern Star. Her son, Leslie D. Erwln, Is a retired teacher, having taught in the Menominee schools for over 30 years. Mrs. Krwin has one grandchild and one great-grandchild. Attend MlMlnnnry Hally MKDORA. — A number of women from the Bethel and Kemper Baptist Churches attended the spring missionary rally of West Central Association held at Wavorly Tuesday. One hundred and forty-five women attended the meeting, representing 16 churches. Miss Eva Shepard, a missionary from Belgian Congo, was the principal speaker. Two state officers-Dr. Russell Orr and the Rev. John Scot! —were in attendance. Mrs. Glenn Rhine from the Kemper church was elected vice president of missionary and stewardship education. Mrs. Herschcl Fritz of the Bethel church was re-elected secretary- treasurer, and Mrs. Wilbur .Campbell, vice president of missions. Church Announcements MEDORA, — At the Methodist Church, the Rev. J. J. Seiner will pi each Sunday at 9:45 a.m., fCST) with Sunday school following, and MYF at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Complon will preach at Hie Baptist Church Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., with baptismal service following the evening service. Sunday school convenes at 9:45 a.m. and BTU at 6:30 p.m. The Rev. Kenneth Bowers will preach at 10:20 a.m. (CST) at the Summerville Presbyterian Church. Sunday school is at 9:15 a.m." • Worship. servicef»at.tltKChriR. Han Church are at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school convenes at 9:30 a.m. and Youth meeting at 6:30 p.m. Sunday school at the Kemper Baptist Church is at 10 a.m. At the Bethel Baptist Church, Miss Laura Johnson, a missionary, will speak at 10:30 a.m. The Rev. Meredith Thomas will preach at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday school is at 9:30 a.m. Mass at St. John's Catholic Church will be at. 9:30 a.m., conducted by the Rev. Father Francis O'Hara, Chesterfield Club Women Entertained CHESTERFIELD. - Members of the Woman's Club wore entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. B. Wright, with Mrs. Rollin Keelc as hostess. The program was on education. Mrs, Howard Leach, Mrs. Howard Talkington, and Miss Ruth Saw! ell were on the program commit! oo. Mrs. Loach introduced the speakers of the afternoon, who were Stanley Klaus, agricultural teacher in the school, and Loyd McElhiney. They told of their work with the high school agriculture class, adult, education class and veterans class. Mrs*. Verda Brannan gave a report on her trip to the 21st District Convention in Taylorville, and Mrs. William Followcll gave a report on her trip to the 20th District Convention in Jerseyville. Medora 4-H Ag Clnh Entertained Wednesday MEDORA - The 4-H Agricul- rural Cluh met Wednesday evening at the hnme of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sareinson The officers or the Huh are: e c e 1 i a Sarginson, i ITSi<lent; Donald Frueh, vice president; Donna Snreinson, secretary- treasurer; Jerry Peebles, federation delegate; Richard Frueh. health »nd safety chairman- Gary Harlan, recreation leader; Billy Sarginson, song leader and Ronnie Prather. reporter. Vem. on Sarginson is the 4-H leader and Jackie Sarginson is Junior leader. Ronnie Prather gave a talk on 'The Care of Rabbits". Gary Harlan and Richard Frueh are to give talks at the next meeting, May 12. Following recreation refreshments were served. fin MS on Field Trip MEDORA - The office prae- (iee class of the commercial department of Medora High School went on a field trip Wednesday to Alton. They visited the Olin Industries offices on Broadway and at Kast Alton; and the Beil Telephone office. Mrs. Irena Kl/- t-r, commercial instructor, accompanied the class. Members of the class going were: Myrtle Lee Johnson. Shir- Icy Straub, Dolores Maple, Elaine Htirke, Glenda Hnrlnn and Ruth Ryan. •Junior High Party MEDORA — The Junior High School is planning a party for next Tuesday evening. A wiener roast is planned on the school grounds after which they will go by school bus to Alton to attend n movie. Mrs. Mary Hembrow and Walter Ahlemeyer arc the Junior High teachers and will accom- pany'the students to Alton. There are 50 students in the Junior high. Medora MEDORA. — Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lang, East St. Louis, will be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Voorhecs. The Rev. and Mrs. Delbert Golike, who have been visiting his pHi-enls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golike, Sr., left. Thursday for Ames, IOWH, to be guests of reK atives before returning to their home in Yompa, Colo. Mrs. Paul Gorham and Mrs. Charles Strunk attended a <1-H leaders training school at Jer- scyville Wednesday, Pfc. Bobby Cunningham is visiting his' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham. He was called here from Camp Carson, Colo., by the dealh of his grandfather, Lawrence Moran, of Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Searles, St. John's Mo., were recent guests at the home of her father, S. M. Sarginson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Woods and family, Shlpman, were guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricker. Mrs. Henry Fricker, Mrs. Eddie Moran and Mrs. Barbara Sommers wore in Carlinvllle Thursday afternoon to see the latter's mother, Mrs. Llllie-Gres- ham, at the Carlinville Area Hospital. PAGE SEVEN Get Ready for Spring LAWN MOWERS 3 COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED By Faeftry Trainid Expirts -m nn* All Hafts Miehmt-Ground > J 99 AdjuiUd tt Factary Spici'ication* All lurinp Clunid, Ubricatid Pickup and Olivary (tmall aitra .., Pkaiia 3.55(1 Saart Cuitamar Sarviea Dipt, it KxtrS) Parts If Needed —Satisfaction Guaranteed. . P»wtr Mowtrt 7.99 and Up SEARS Alton 309 Piasa GrecnfieldChurch Slates Announced CrRKKNTirvLn - Th* Rev. \V. A. Strinkrniif of RloominRton, f'rld rcprcspptstup of ShurtlPff Collcgr. will srrvr «.« gucsf mln- trr ai the morning worship m u-r at (hr F' i r s t Baptist Ctuirrh Sunrtny. Tno rlwir h»s nrrran«od special music for the srrvirp. The Rrv. C'.rorfte F, MrCbwan pastor of thr ohurrh. will conduct the fellowship service at 7:30 p m. The Rev. George Mayo has announced his sermon \oplc Sunday will be, "A Scomer's Seat", and he will conduct services at tho RookbridRC Methodist Church at 9:30 a. m. at the Greenfield church at 1Q:40 a. m. »nd at Rubicon Church «t 7:30 p. m. A group of members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship will attend sessions of the district meeting at Mt. Storlinc Sunday afternoon and niuhl. The Rev. and Mrs. Mayo, sponsors of the Eroitp, attended the conference- wide MYF meeting at MncMur- ray College. During the past three Sundays Iho Rev. Mayo has received the following persons into the (Jrecn- field church membership: Roy Hettick, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Marshall, Hetty Wilton, Karen Linn. Sue Manklns, Marlene Ford, Janet (iriswolrt Daisy Finnoy, Robert \V. Ganglcy. Susan Hurnham, and Robert K. LanR- ley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murdoch and Nile I,ee, Edwin Frn- xier, Mrs. Russell Morrow and Mrs. Richard Morrow became members of the local church by Iransfer. Elsie Frn/.ier, dauRbter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Frnzier was baptized. Members of tho official board of tho Greenfield church xvlll meet, in ihe church social rooms at 8 p. m. Tuesday. The Rev. Watson Thornton will conduct services Ht the Presbyterian Church nl J0:<!5 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday, and the prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Horsey DOR'sKY Mr. an 1 Mrs. Her- 1 brrt LoMemann rrrurnerl home Tuesday from a honeymoon trip to Canada and Ni:i;;ara Kails. and have taken up residence in jtn apartment at th,^ home of his parents, near Prairiotown. Mi. and Mrs. Herman Johnson received word that their daughter. Mrs. Karl Green, had improved enough Monday to base a cast applied to her hack. Mrs. Green is a patient at Mt. Vernon Hospital to whirh she was moved after an automobile accident last week while she was en rntitr to visit relatives a! RM C e- j third and fourth grades ac«bm- " a - v> j panied by the teacher and iorrt* PO. 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