Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 3, 1954 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, May 3, 1954
Page 12
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Pktsfe ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, MAY S, 1954 Sheets and Shirts Best? Bethel Baptist Class Feted .JlEEidRA - the Esther Class of the fcelhel fcapttst Church met Krtasjf evening at the church. j^.**** of tfie meeting was ''•the fcrb5S" Mrs. Hersche) frit* twtd led devetwris and Mrs. Merssfllfl) thorftaS left in prayer. fttefityffte^bm.answered roll call "^tHK' H Bible vfefst*' on the the business meeeting completed for the MothM ifJd Daughter banquet MwJltefiry Ryan conducted the Refreshments were served by the t$j$tefes&. Mr*. Lester Qross, Ruyle and Mrs. bks. With Hands Elmer Welt Jr., ...... son of Mr. and Mrs. Well o! Medora hnd an unusual experience Thursday ile fishing in a stream of his grandfather, Well, nAtt" Miles Sta- licfa. Me was alone in a flat bottomed boat and pulled the trot Hue out of the water, but there was no fish. When he dropped it,j.back in the water a 14-inch bass jumped into the boat and the lad taught it with his hands. The boy ahd his father ate the fish for their, supper. Wheel fax Now Due MEJDORA - Elmer Well, village elerki announced that wheel taxes are now due, and that he has a supply of stickers. Submit* to Operation MEDORA - Mrs. V. C. Stanton, who became ill while at her Work at the PTA lunch room at the Medora Grade School Friday, was taken to Carlinvillc Area' Hospital in the evening and submitted to an operation for ap- Kane Joyce Todd, Orban Postlewait, Barbara Woods and Joyce Harmon entered the amateur contest at Grafton Tuesday night. Joyce won second place with a vocal solo "Beautiful Dreamer". Those who amended from here were: Ella Jane Morris. Drmna Titnset, Mrs. William Harmon, Judy Hafimon. Mrs. George Woods. Sandra Reynolds, Joyce Ann Flarnm, Mrs. flWi Ozbun, Mrs. Jack Wood, and Mr. and Mrs. Orban Postlefcaif. Carl Hutcheson entered Boyd Merrfortal ffospital,' CarrolKon. Wednesday for observation and treatment. Rev. C. L. Peterson went to Murphysboro Thursday to attend the "Older Aduftg Conference", and on Friday was Attest speaker on "How To Grow Old Gracefully". Misss Alice Wooldridsre accompanied by Mrs. John Bradley and Mrs. C. E. Linn attended a meeting of tWeir potfack dinner club fhtrrsday at the home of Mrs. Roy Lftnham, Jerseyville. Mrs. Fred Mourty, Mrs C. L. Hawk and Mrs. D. E. Williams spent Wednesday in St. Louis. Miss Judith Cary was initiated into the Order of the Rainbow Girls at Jrrseyville last wprk. D. E. Williams, local barber, who broke his hack Dec. 31, went to the Boyd Memorial Hospital Wednesday where the cast was removed. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Berry returned home Wednesday from Sommerville, N. J .where they visited 10 days with Mr. and Mrs. Del Heins. Advance Night of the Eastern Star was held Thursday night with 70 present from 16 different chapters. Hostesses were: Mr. and Mrs Lewis Varble, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. D e I b c r t Loy. Mrs. Wayne Willis and Mrs. Martin Greenwood. The tfiiost of honor was Mrs. Elfreda Barr, Granite Frnl Iftkttf fliitft Daily Blfthd«y-Weddln» Cake* On! Specialty. Ample Parking Available. DUKE BAKERY CAfn«r fth and Hunty ntreete City, associate grand conductress of Illinois. Mrs. Robert Dougherty, Mrs. D. E. Williams, Mrs. C. L. Hawk, Mrs. Wilkinson Jones and Miss Buela Williams were dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. Lloyd McLane, Elrtred. Mrs. Charles Gose suffered another stroke Friday at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Linder received word Friday that their brother-in-Jaw. Dr. S. N. Anderson, South Pittsburg, Term , suffered a stroke Thursday and is in Chattanooga hospital. 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