Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1960 · Page 11
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June 10, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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FRIDAY, JUNE 10,1960 ALTON EVININO TELEGRAPH Mcdora Church Program Listed MBDORA - Th« Rev. Donald Harmon of Eart Alton will .preach at tin Methodist Church Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school, at 10 a.m. The Rev. Ward Spencer will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday at 10:45 a.m. Dedication of new hymnals and a •musical program are set for 8 p.m. Sunday school. 9:45 a.m. At the Summervllle Presbyterian Church the Rev. Joseph Dana will preach at 10 a.m. Sunday school. 9 a.m. The Rev. Ernest Hardin will be at the Kemper Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and BYF at ?:15 p.m. At the Bethel Baptist Church, the Rev. Everett Chambers will preach at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. and! Junior BYF at 7 p.m. ' Mass at St. John's Catholic! Church will be at 8 a.m. by the! Rev. Father John Sheahan. i Home Bureau Meefa ' MEDORA — Medora Home Bureau met at the home of Mrs. A. Kltmut Wednesday. | The members worked on handi-| craft making planters. i Birthday Surprise • MEDORA — H. L. Maple wasi guest of honor at a surprise birth- ; day party Wednesday evening, j His daughters and their families! Jf s^ff* brought in refreshments. Present! Install UfflCCI'S were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Milner and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ruyle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Maple*. Entertains at Shower ENTRANCE FOR CAR INSPECTION LANES Hanging a sign across standards which form a portal for entry into the auto inspection lanes are George Oeor- gevits, left,, and O. K. Jones, right. Jones is chairman of the events which will take place Friday night from five to dusk, Saturday from nine to five, and, Monday evening again. The free inspections will be made at East and West Junior high, and on East Broadway near Springman lumber company. —Staff Photo. GodfreyLionsHear About ' Building Fund Drive PAINTING THE LAST OF THE BRIDGE Painters finish the aluminum coat on underparts of the Clark bridge, de- layed by wet weather since early spring. —Staff Photo. Rainbow Girls At Bethalto "Unlimited" natural gas supplies) Austria's port of Litu, on the i have been found in the Port Har- i Danube, is becoming an important i count area of Nigeria, :oil distributing center. MEDORA- entertained Wednesday -Miss Jody Kirsch with a evening, shower honoring Mrs. Alice Woodson of Jerseyville. Guests, all Jersey State employes of the Bank at Jerseyville, included Mrs. Esther Kanallakan, Mrs. Janet File, Mrs. GODFREY — Plans for the I er, veteran linebacker of the St. i building fund campaign for the new proposed YMCA building on Henry street were outlined by Harry Deck and Walter Kemnetz, consultants, at a* meeting of the Godfrey Lions Club Thursday evening at Selhimes Restaurant. Deck said the YMCA is threatened because its physical plant is outmaded, out grown and outworn. Since the present YMCA building was erected 53 years ago, he said, its program of mental, physical and moral development has strengthened thousands of area young people. "Now more than at any time in its history, the YMCA is challenged to help mold the character of boys and young men upon Louis Cardinal football team, will be featured at the next meeting on June 23. Brettscheider will speak on the outlook for the National Football League and the Cardinals for 1960 and tell of some of his own personal experiences on the playing field. A high-spot on the program will be the showing of a sports film, "Football Cardinal Highlights of 1959". After the showing of the film Brettschneider will open a question and answer period. Members of the Lions Club are invited to bring their sons and other guests to the June 23 din-; ner meeting. Plan Children's Day At Brighton Church BRIGHTON - Children's Day \vill be marked at St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday sendee. Sunday school classes will have ' charge of the service and will present special songs. The pastor, the Rev. Harvey Meckfessel, will speak on "Will I Hit a Home Run if T Pray?" Anthem will be by the Junior Choir. Biblp School classes will be held all week from 9 to 11 a.m. daily. Friday there will he a family potluck at noon and student's families j have been invited. At 8 p.m. Friday the school's closing program will be held. Class Supper BRIGHTON — Deliveries will begin at 5 p.m. on June 15 of Hie Doris Carstens, Woodson, Misses Mrs. Alice Cecelia Sinclair, Bonnie Pruitt, Sue Gorham and Jody Kirsch. Medora Notes MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Spencer, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. George Gowins, Granite City, and Mrs. Leroy Stock- BETHALTO — Ellen Clare installed as EHspermann was Worthy Advisor of the Bethalto Rainbow Girls in ceremonies held recently by the Rainbow Assembly. Miss EHspermann Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ellspermann of 420 Central St. Miss Ellspermann's grandmother, Mrs. Nelle Ellspermann, presented her with an engraved gavel. Installing officers were Miss Genelle McGaughey, Installing officer; Janet Powell, marshal; Judy McMonigle, chaplain; Diane Schoeneweis, installing recorder; Christine Green, drill leader: Yolanda Prehn, musici- j an: Leonard Wilening, soloist. i | A reception was held in the|| social room following the instal- | STRAWBERRIES 00-16-Qt. Craft er, Rosewood Heights, were' latlon. guests Wednesday of the wo-1 men's brother. Earl Richey. Mr. and Mrs. Norton Sanders and niece, Miss Dianne Met. calfe, visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Sanders at Jacksonville, before 30 on Civic Memorial High Honor Roll BETHALTO — TTiirty students ! were named to the high honor; at Civic Memorial High School, Iowa, for the summer. Benson aiso announced that ;rarry.out supper hoing sponsored ; by the Builders class of St. John s whom we must depend lor lead-;another shipment of macaroons; ership tomorrow, '" Deck empha-;had arrived and urged members i ^J dn * eiltai ' sized. jto get a supply at Shewmak-i _ 001 ' Following Deck's talk Kern- er's Service Station. The con they left Friday for Iowa Clly. it has been announced by Prin- jcipal Forest Kohburn. • Students listed are: Fred (Becker, Judy Brown, Barbara i Forbes, Ruth Goebel. Barbara Hilgendorf, Judy Metcalf, Janet Born to: Mr. and Mrs. William W. Bryan, of Brentwood, Mo., a son, Scott Ericson, first child. 7 pounds, 11 today in ounces, 6:15 a.m. Neumann, Evelyn Pelan, Janet Powell, Corinne Schuette, David 1 Sheary. Ann Strohbeck, Golda! Hospital. St. Louis Maternity ISuessen, Ramona Vogel, Madge Paternal grandpar-|2immermann, Ronald Bishop, netz showed films of the proposed $1,250,000 structure. A short question and answer period was held following the film. President William Benson announced that Carl Brettschneid- fection sells for $1 a can. Thirty members of the club attended the meeting. WOMEN8 FELLOWSHIP TO BOLD MEETING .' ents, Mr. and Mrs. William H.JUvnnr Drennpn. Bonnie Kivett. j Bryan, 1901 Seminary, and ma- j Kay Shaw. Margie Stiegliu. Kar- R^ervationsforthodollarmealsj'f™ 1 , grandmother is Mrs. i en Szegedy. Carol Walker. Beat- may he made with Mrs. Fred| J Girardeau | rice Zakrewskli Nancy Hard wick, i Scheffel, Mrs. John Hauler, Mrs. Harry J. Jones. Rebekah Meeting: BRIGHTON.—Rebekah Lodge : meeting will be Friday at 8 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wahl- jhtrom, 2985 Shady PI., a daugh- The women's fellowship of the|P' m Melville at the IOOF Hall. Ruth Ann Han-op, Paul Corcoran, j Ellen Ellspermann, Joyce Fields, Janice Stunkel and Ed Wanick. i j Vacation School BETHALTO — Approximately 100 children are attending daily GUARD YOUR VISION See Better Feel Better Look Better ter, Janet Anne, 6 pounds, 8 ounces, 9:36 a.m. Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child*, Beverly Lynn 5. __ »Ir. and Mrs. Herbert Dalton.j sessions of vacation Bible school Congregational Church I i">35 Park Lane, Wood River, a<at the Methodist: Church. Classes will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the son. first child, 8 pounds. 6 i begin each day at 9 a.m. until social room of the church. The-iounces, 10:10 a.m. Thursday,; 11:30 a.m. The sessions will end prayer will be led by Mrs. Pru-i Alton Memorial Hospital. • on Jim" 10 with an open house dence Schmidt, and Mrs. Edwin; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Beatty,|at 10 a.m. j2928 Forest, a daughter, 7 Earler has the devotiona. Mrs. Harold Sessler, president, will conduct the business meet- pounds, 11 ounces, 4:16 a.m. Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital. j Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kochan- RUSSIAN PIT MACHINE OUT8HOVKL8 MINERS A minerless mine is operating in the Donbus coal region of Russia. A giant machine does , , .. ... the work while one ma.n con- Mrs. Robert McDonald (Thursday, St. Joseph s HospUal equipment. Moscow TT YT-11 1 W~ n_*l 1&V_ai VS.ntflMA fHavlr ^ • „ | claims the machine extracts as ing and there will be an election of officers. I ski, 315 Dry, a daughter, 7 Hostesses for the social hour pounds, 8 ounces, 10:49 p.m will he and Mrs. Harry Holladay. Mr. and Mn. 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