Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 10, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 10, 1960
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Section 2 Page* 13*22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established JarnJary 15, 1838 Carrollton Rebekahs Mark 50th Anniversary ALTON, ILL,, FRIDAY, JUNE 10,1980. 5c Per Copy Membtr ot Vt* Aoootettd ftm Greene Violet Society Elects New Officer? CARROLLTON — Mrs. Jam«8 Flowers was elected president of HIP First Greene County African Ellen :Vio { ct Socirly .,« n meeting Wed- Neighbors Plant 60 Acres For Hospitalized Farmer CARROLLTON — Curt d Robinson, and Miss Sue Llndauer, of Belleville, grand master of the Grand Lodge of, !....-,. »«„,. .,- — -.,._. _. the IOOF, spoke .at the SOth an-[Barton, with Mrs Catrico as *c- fk . ers elpcted wer e Mrs. George |cy mvgery CARROLLTON - H e 1 p f U 1 j — •ighbors completed the spring *•»_..„ n. r-'t. t . --„ iniantinK Tuesday for Rov Hail viaiTOlltoll UUlrrll nd Carrico,-and duet numbers by d v rttlrrnoon at t h P home of a ' fnrmer living southeast'of Jer' , . -SL"X r^s^ >- «*-? «»,™- *S^rsri±.'«™- school oi,e«,ju,,,20 nivensary program of the Rebe-; 001 "! 1 '" 1 ' 8 '- kah Lodge Wednesday evening in Honored during the the Knights of Columbus hall.(were Mrs. Anna Hubbard Short talks were also made byiMiss l^na Keyes. charter mem-' Brannan. vice president: Mrs.JBo yd Memorial Hospital. The evening John Bakpl ., se cretary: Mrs. plu ' nting O f a 60 acre field to CARROLLTON - Vacation List Carrollton Church Services I CARROLLTON — Members ot i Temple Eastern Star Chapter 'will attend church, in a group I Sunday at the 9 a.m. service at 'First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Darwin Rolens delivering :the se ™' Claude Armstrong of Jacksonville, grand warden, and Mrs. bers. and Mrs. Effte Wl linrnson Jacksonville, who received the Reif, treasurer: Mrs, Joe • Sv. reporter. next meeting will luncheon at the home of Pauline Price of Flora, vice I honors for her sister-in-law. Mrs. f;vt ' ,, nmesp Flowers Wednesday, president of the Rebekah StatelW. A. Hubbard of this city whoj " ]3 Assembly, was the first noble grand of the ' • ' ' Musical numbers were pre- or(1er "^d who WHS llnnhle to be \v. A. Htibbard by their daughter. sented by a group of students present because of Illness. Mrs. Martha Helen Bowman of of Mrs. Neil Carrico and included solo numbers by John|Mrs. Barton; trio numbers by the The three were presented byj Kvtmaton> Hubbard who was > Mildred Vinyard. present grand warden of the Grand Lodge > to ,„ was Caroltones, who are Miss! stoddard of Mt ollvc - Present thr founder of the local Rebekah Sharon Robinson,' Miss Barbara ; ° f Rebekah District Association, Lodgp am1 his wi[e . Mrs. Hub.-—_- :No. 22, who presented their W-i bard was , ne [j rs t noble grartd 'year jewels. Later in evening of lhe , odge anc i a | so (he first Mrs. Hubbard and Miss Keyes ( | jsll , ict president. Mrs. Dorothy each received half of an anni- Broc , k wno was over-all chair- versary cake which had beenl man [or the planning of the anni- baked by Mrs. Robert Reynolds. vcrsHry% ren d a history of the A letter was read to the group \ lodge. which had been written honoringj ' the late VV. A. Hiihbard and Mrs. ' Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' Mil Donuts and Cofftt Ivtry Sunday Morning E*DFF Prescription rllCb Delivery ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL D-3'03. Rofteuood fits. SAVE 20% NOW THRU 15! , Sun Proof I House Pain' PITTSBURGH Reg. 7.35 LJ ^ SHI-PROOF HOUSE SPECIAL SALE! NOW White and Ready Mixed Body Colors FISCHER Gcnon and Nrry Sts. For Good Lumber - Call This Number -, BUILDING SUPPLY Plenty of Parking .. NO 5-7701 INVITED TO OUR... OPEN H SATURDAY add SUNDAY, JUNE 11 and 12 CESSNA OFFERS MUCH FOR tO LITTLE" EVERYONE WELCOME - FREE REFRESHMENTS Walston Aviation Inc. Civi« Mtm«rW Airport, (4ft Alton CL ;* Era£-i"*»i: servlce wilt be ' New Officers Installed By Carrollton C.D. of A. CARROLLTON - Mrs. Henry Schmidt was installed Grand Re* gent of the local Court of the Catholic Daughters of America, succeeding Mrs. Henry Thien Tuesday evening at Knights of Columbus hall. sonvllle, a district deputy, was the installing officer, assisted by Mrs. F. J. Blancy, also of Jacksonville. Also present was Miss Petty Hall, grand regent of the Jacksonville Court of the Catholic Daughters of America. Fol- Others installed were: Mrs. j lowing the installation, gifts were beans WHS completed shortly af- ^ _ d „„.,»,....„ M, miK .t, j.,1.. /'Day program featuring songs and August Pohlman, vice regent: j presented Mrs. Farran and Mrs. I ,.,..«.,„ .. ... ullll " ul IMIWUJII tiuiy ' •' ,«, r ,U 0 fln«o li\, »V«n r.lilM.T>« nt »ha »« i»_.._. »M.I__ >l«..^x.l_1 .^- f1 n nn« «nr) aUn »n 1U«I MonW tornoon. Assisting in the planting were Raymond Garrison, Keith; t cu ^here Vellhausen \Valtcr Stevens Al-. Mrs Orv(Ile IjOVekam bert Roh, lroy Garrison. Bob Rlchart Rlecnmann Mrs. Rlcha,xrRlechmInn; s upe^r C ! tatlon ! 1by thc ^"^ <* "? intPmipnt has announced ™-! Ju " lor - Primary and kindergart- BIT Mrs. Ralph the Hardwick. Wllbert Wellhausen,| Rev A gcnroeder Asslst , 0 '" " Bill Lavern Chancy. Walter and David Hall. Thr noon iiii'.il \vtis sc't'xwl be Miss Carol Houseman, n ""•••"' Li » d « Richter F,arl Hall Donm , Ri ec hmann. Bowling Tcnm Honorod Mis'. en departments. "Divine Questioning" is theme of the sermon of the Rev. Joseph W. Ethrldge for the 10:30 am. service Sunday at the Christian Church. There will be a special board meeting Friday, June 17, and baked sale will be held Sat- by M.-s. Felter Stevens. contributed food were Mrs. La vern Bell, Mrs. Marion Johnson, Mrs. Raymond Garrison and Mrs. Walter Thiel. CARROLLTON — Mr. a n d| ul>clu y- June 18 - Mra -'Mrs. Ray Hlpkins of the Type-! Holy Communion will be observed Sunday at the 10 a.m. service at the Methodist Church, of which the Rev. Robert Pitsch K.'illli \\Vllhuusen. Mrs. Albert :w ,. iu ,,. ' Kxi ,| um( , ( ,. entertained Roth and Mrs. Hall. Others who. memben , of thej ,. ^wmg team "at dinner Wednesday evening at tile Oasis. Members are Mrs. Donald Moss, Mrs. Gale Staples, ! Mrs. John Behnen, Mrs. Frank , ., . — *•• ...»..., * •* • u I » ( f^j I n Eighty six gallons of gas wcre! Koster Mrg Robert Revno]ag furnished by the Greene County ( Mr8i Joc Brannan and ' . Servico Co. and distributed to jcr short R is pastor. The Rev. Percy Clark will speak on the topic, "Seeing Our selves as We Are," at the 10:40 a.m. service Sunday at the Presbyterian Church. thr men by Charles Mailman. Carrolltoii Notes i The Rev. John Finnan will Hospital Votes CARROLLTON — William Al- 1 speak at tlie 10:30 a.m. service CARROLL TON - Admitted to [eld vvho has been teachlng as , at the Baptist Clmrch in Eld- Boyd Memorial Hospital, weJJ as dojng grad ,, ate work at j redt wh j ch wi n be prece ded at Tliursday were Mrs. Alice Sul- [t |, e University of Illinois arriv-9:30 a.m. by a children's pro- hvan, and Mrs. Helen Allen, both ed Wednesday to spend the sum-i gram. The 102 children who havr Mrs. Henry Thien, financial secretary: Mrs. George Pohlman, treasurer; Mrs. Mildred Kania, historian; 'Mrs. George Schnelten, lecturer;' Miss Mary Agnes Rawe, prophetess; Mrs. Jerome Beiermann, monitor; Mrs. Paul Hlndelang, sentinel; Mrs. Bernard Kanla, organist. New trustees are Mrs. Josephine Postle- watte and Mrs. Bessie Schnelten. Mrs. Joseph Farran of Jack- Known For Quality Clancy and also to Mrs. Henry Thien,, retiring grand regent. Guest speaker was Mrs. Far* ran and a report of the Junior Catholic Daughters activities was made by Mrs. Louis Meyer, Soloist for the evening was Mm. Ray Schroeder, with Mrs. Lawrence Thien as accompanist. Guests of honor at the birthday table were Mrs. August Pohlman, Mrs. E. Grueter, Mrs. ot motor ftttl ttw ptW state trtawry *irb Bruce Mldhagen and rence Booth. thc of Carrollton. Dismissed Thursday were Mrs. Minnie Booth and son of Hamburg and Mrs. Gesena Pranger of Carrollton. I Carrollton Women to Make World Tour I CARROLLTON — Miss Nita Ford will leave Tuesday evening [for Portland, Ore., and will leave there July 6 on a trip around the world accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Charles Kinney, of Grant's Pass, Ore., and Miss Ella Black of tills city En route to Oregon Miss Ford will visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Florence Ford fn Memphis, Tenn., her nephew and niece, the Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Ford in Longview, Tex., and another nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ford, in Phoenix, Ariz. She will be joined by Miss Black in •Los Angeles, Calif., and both will visit at the home of Mrs. Harry Freeh, formerly of this city. Bishop to Graduate CARROLLTON — Ronald Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bishop, will receive a bachelor's degree in the school of fine arts at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale Wednesday. Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bishop, and his sister, Miss M i g n o n. left here Friday and en route to Carbondale they will spend a few days visiting Miss Martha Dell Bishop at Nashville, Tenn. Recovering from Injury CARROLLTON - R. D. Stendebach returned Monday from St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton where he had been a patient since FIT day following an accident in which a piece of hot steel had run through his right hand. He is [employed by Laclede Steel Co. in Alton. Marriage Licenses CARROLLTON — Two marriage licenses were issued June 8 at the office of Ray Bennett, Greene County clerk. One was to Lloyd von der Mehden of San Francisco, Calif., and Miss Alice Clare Logan of Eldred. The other was to Jerry Wilson of Scott County and Miss Faye Lawson of Patterson. Ladies' Mglit CARROLLTON - The Rev. Wayne Hosxie, pastor of the Presbyterian Churches of Moro and Bethalto, will speak ut the Ladies Night dinner meeting of the Presbyterian Men's Club Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Colonial Room at Day's Cafe. Rolens and son returned home Wednesday from Rochester, N. Y., where they had been two weeks vacationing and attending the American Baptist Convention. Read Telegraph WanTAdsTDaliy mer with his mother, Mrs. Mae been attending Bible school will Alfeld. present a program at 7:30 p.m. The R e v. and Mrs, Darwin Morocco's Tobacco Monopoly offers u new cigarette, of Virginian. Moroccan and Oriental leaf. Lebanon's Government, in Beirut now feaulrces "minimum interference with economic activity." SPECIAL OFFER! OPONT HOUSE PAINTS Keeps wblte houses brilliant white! No. 40 for all white homes . . . No. 42 for white wood areas on brick and masonry homes. Try them! 3 Inch Nylon Brush with the purchase of one or more gallons DuPont House Paint. Limited supply. $2.19 value ... 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