Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 15
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June 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, i960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Upper Alton Mews Events ation and treatment Of every; Friday at 7:30 p.tn. the clfli* ing exercises for tbt vacaHflft Bible school win Be fWM in tfo rhurrh auditorium. n DR. UNEBftRRY DR. JOHN I.INRBKRRY WR1TKS NEW BOOK Dr. John Lineberry, pastor of the Sanford Avenue Baptist Church is Ihr author of a new Greek word in the text. The fuller and enlarged translation appears at the top of the page, then follow* a commentary with a word study based on the original language. Translating these passages Into the language? of the corn- man man, Dr. Lineberry hav opened a vast new field to pas-j tors. Sunday school teachers Bible scholars, and Christian workers, according to a description of the book by the publishers. By carefully treating and expanding each word In the text, the various shades of meaning in the original language are brought to light, and the emphasis and force of the original documents are established, the publishers said. ' The introduction to the book was written by L. E. Mustain, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Roxana. He explains Line-berry's "burden" In mo* Rtfi. ftoWiy ttopMm a fishing rod for catching the longest fish. 3tm fivers, Galen OR, Qiendal Williams. Ronnie Scott. OavM Rafter,' Rickey Oflteteand, and Dftrtfiy Drw received consolation prices of com passes. Lincoln Bnins was chairman of the Fishing Derby, and SWdon OH. eubmaster. Mrs. Maxlne ott. Mrs. June Kaiser. Mrs. Gertrude Scott, mid Mrs. Joyce McEwrs, den- mothers were also in nttondanw nt the derby. Vacation's Here-Rlggliu A*k« Caution in Driving book. "Vital Word Studies in|latibns of this sort. First Thessfilonians," now on, sale in Alton. trans-!TO OBHERVE BIRTHDAY SI NDAV The work is published by thej Mrs. Cynlhin Williams, who iZondervan Publishing CO. of W j|j fo e 92 Sunday, has lived to This book is Dr. Lineberry's Gran( j Rapids, Mich., one Of the second mn.ior work. The first, "Salvation is of the Lord", described the "individual need of salvation fi;om sin. and God's wonderful provision through Christ." Dr. Lineberry took Greek words in the Bible and explained them in the language of the layman. . In liis new book. Dr. Line- hero' "as continued this trend. In line with the increased attention in the field of new translations of the Greek in the New Testament, Dr. Lineberry has prepared a volume of word studies. Included is transliter- Be a "Pencil on the Beach" this Summer — .loin Our Body Beautiful Club Now I PAULENE'S HOUSE OF FASHION— Montlcello Plaza Dial HO 6-382i BODY BEAUTIFUL SALON Alton Plaza Dial HO 5-S721 largest publishers of religious works in the world. It is now on sale at the Friendly Bible Book Store. 704 Milton road. Dr. Lineberry is a native of Greensboro, N. C. He began preaching at the age of 18, attended Mars Mill College, the Moody Bible Institute, Piedmont College, McKendree College, and American Bible College of Chicago. He has bachelor of arts, bachelor of theology, master of theology, and doctor of theology degrees. Dr. Lineberry and his wife, Marjorie, have four children. REV. WELLINGTON AT BROWN STREET CHURCH Rev. Frank Wellington will be the guest speaker tonight at the mrtd-week service of the Brown Street Baptist Church. see many changes in the world. She has outlived all but one of her four children. Mrs. Williams has spent the SHARON STAHI. major part of her life in Alton. iwiNS ARMY AWARD EAST ALTON — The usual emphasis placed on .motor!** taking special safety precautions! during the school months was also stressed for vacation time by Police Chief Harold Biggins. who said children are usuallv out all dny during th* summer. Riggins said "We (police de- pa rtmenti have no records of i (child being hit by an autonio- jliile going to and from school in iF.nst Alton." Riggins has been [police chief in Enst Alton since 11948. I The chief mentioned that East Alton was entitled to and will apply for the National Traffic Council Award of 1960 for the village's safety record during 1959. Riggins also expressed concern over the hazards bicyclists and bicycles were creating for motorist* and pedestrians. The chief stated that parents should instruct their ride double children not on bicycles Hartford Bible School Opens through stop signs without stopping. Bicyclists should not ride at night unless they have lights, said Riggins. He said that pedestrians have been and will be i injured if children are allowed i to leave their bikes lying around Sho was horn in Howard Coun- ! Mjss Sh . ||>on ^ ( , Stah , gran d-! ty, Mo., on June 19, 1868. and moved to the Alton area when she was \'i years old. Brown St.. was chosen "Soldier of! tin-Month" for ' M ' "- "* "" : g Stapay. Community Build- recreational director, plan ; ill* i'lwiiiii IDI i\^>i ii in luv i i Mrs. Williams will be remem-j^ ljOS AnR( ,,,. Si A rmy base. bercri by many old-time residents of Upper Alton for her work at Shurtleff College, and her management of Clark's Ho- _.. -_ II IK I rro* v.«.« n.rin». «»*—•• w. . ,...*-.. A P ri1aMhppt - Mn -i to "conduct a course for area tel on Colleg | around! Headed for Compliments! Includes: Permanent, Hair Shaping, Shampoo, Set and Creme Rinse. Complete Permanent Wave $3.95 Shampoo and Set ... 85e MOA'.. WED., THURS. All work done exclusively by students under the personal supervision of our talented and reliable instructors. CLOSED TUESDAYS — NO APPOINTMENT PLENTY OF FREE PARKING KITZMILLER BEAUTY COLLEGE Alton Plaaa Shopping Center—Alton—Dial HO 5-9845 i children in bike maintenance Miss Stahl won the award on thej anf j sa fpty rules. basis of appearance, military i bearing, and knowledge of military .subjects. She was awarded a small cash prize and a three-day pass. BROTHER OF LATE ALTON1AN DIES Henry Jackson died Tuesday at Elects Officers ROXANA — Van Pulkerson elected president of the senior class of the First Baptist Church Monday rvening. Others officers are Lana ZahrzewsW, Vice presl- rtrnt, Sandrn Lovftll. secretary, and Cecilia Vlnyard, treasurer. A fund was sent to a missionary and the group composed a tetter to accompany the donation. Devotional* were, read by Lana fcahr- zewskl. Mrs. William Hubbard, senior teacher attended and refreshments were served by Sandra Lovell and Cecilia Vlnyard. WML' To Meet ROXANA — The Women's Missionary Union of thr First Baptist Church will have an all day meeting nt 10 a.m.. with a politick dinner at noon. A program will be hel din the afternoon. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Robert Steele, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Steele of 964 E. Lorena was tnkcn to Du- Quoin Sunday by his parents where he will spend the week at the Egyptian Musjc Camp. Franklin De- Wester, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. DeWester of W. 3rd street, also went to thr Egyptian Music Camp Sunday, accompanied by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. DeWester Jr. and family of Indianapolis. - On the first da* vacation Bible «ChOD! at General Baptist Church Monday, a total oi M were enrolled. Mrs. Estel Click, wife of the paatof. is director. The school will bt in session daily from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mrs. Ardlle Brewer is the teacher of the beginners class and Mrs. Betty Klrby and Mrs. Alice Brewer are her assistants; Mrs. Ann Bloodworlh is the teacher for the primary class and her helper Is Mrs. Rose Tomerlln. Mrs. Mary Schremp is teacher for the juniors and is teaching the intermediates. iHcr assistants are Mrs. Katy Dalton and Mrs. Alice Etnerton. Mm. Charles WndeWng Is the pianist and music director. Other helpers who are assisting with the schoolare the Rev. Este' Click. Lester Dalton. Mrs. Lillian Jones and Mrs. Hazel Hensley. The children will have a picnic Saturday and the closing program will br Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Hewberty and Tern Awarded Scholarships GARtWVILLE - ttcatton Sdiolarthtps aK fefeing twartfed to Ruth Woototy, Delia i front High School M PI* ta. In addition to the customary hrtK recipients of a scholarship, tebecca Swan and Charto Main ave been awarded a Teacher Education Scholarship from the tntr pool and Sue Ann Anders as been awarded a special ed- cation scholarship. Scholarship winners will be onored at the Macoupin Cotuv y fairgrounds Sunday. July 1?, At which time the speaker will be from the State Department of Pub,lte Instruction. Farewell Party HARTFORD — Mr. and Mrs Plan for Picnic ' Ind " spent the weekend wlth his At South Roxana SOUTH coming ROXANA — Home- committee chairmen his farm home in West Middlesex, W ere appointed Monday evenine Ppnn. . ;by the Dads' Auxiliary in the Jackson was the brother of the i eiubhouse at the park. Mrs. late T. C. Jackson of Alton. j Martha McNabney was appoint- Funeral services will be Friday led cashier, Mrs. Julia McNah- at '2 p.m. at the Cunningham Fn-jney. paper supply chairman, neral Home. West Middlesex. land Mrs. Mildred Aiken. food. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 1 DeWester Sr. of W. 4th street. They attended the .alumni dinner and dance for Roxana High School graduates Saturday at VFW Hail in Wood River. They left Monday for their home but their small son. Gary Norris, remained for a longer visit. c. OOLDKN RULE CLASS TO MEET FRIDAY The Golden Rule Class of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church will meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Wesley Temple. 1916 Main St. The assistant hostess will be Mrs. C. M. Titchenal. DR. DUNCAN WIMPRlGSS CLUB TO MEET MONTICELLO HEAD SPEAKSj° N THURSDAY AT EASTERN MEETING The Daughters of the Union] Dr. Duncan Wimpress. president of Mcn.ieello College. "W^e oi Mrs. France* Grae SS } C .\ address the opening session ofj A special busincss meeting wjl] j be held. During the social hour prizes were won by Mrs. Frances Johnson. Mrs. Julia McNabney, Mrs. Mildred Aiken, Mrs. Beatrice Doerr, Mrs. Pauline Binney and Mrs. Maide Johnson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Rosalie Hill and Mrs. Maida Johnson and hostesses next month will be Mrs. Julia McNabney and Mrs. Mildred Aiken. Barbecue SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Norway's parliament, In Oslo, voted to increase payments to the U.N. for aid to undeveloped nations. Paul Condray of S. Delmjr avenue who will move to Florida, wen honored by 23 members of t h Homemakers Class 'of First Bap tist Church with a farewell dinne party at the Wish Bone Cafe in Belleville Monday evening. Tw( guests. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hern don of Wood River, also attended the dinner for the couple. Wood River D. of L Picnic Thursday WOOD RIVER — Members of the Daughter* of Isabella wi have a potluck picnic at 6 p.in Thursday at Alton Children' Home. Mrs. Arthur Winslow is pro gram chairman. day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cones of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson and children of South Roxana and Kenneth Smith of Rosewood Heights. Benjamin Franklin noted tha "He that can have patience car have what he will." Calcutta's Society for Preven- lon of Cruelty to Animals will 100 years aid in 1JNH. .. fOwWSl — questions—"4MM «H"<«ftv«t tht qptr" W ffit SiWdte At* pteffttWi when tvWJ met they would right hands (sword to their torefwtds peaceful salute, am then pass on to tlw a token of frlendiWp. 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