Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 16
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June 16, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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PAGI SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 16, I960 Bible Schools End This Week At Greenfield GREENFtELD - A contlnu- 008 Iff vice of Sunday school and morning worship win tako (ftatie it First Baptist Church SWlfeky »n observance of Children's Day. A special program Has been arranged on the theme, "The Children in Our Midst." The sermon topic at the 8 p.m. gospel hou will be, "There Will Be No Dark Valley." The Rev William O. Webber will conduct the service. Pupils, who are attending the Vacation school at the Baptist Ohurch, will present their achievement program at 8 p.m. Friday at the church. The vaca- t|m school at the Methodist Church will close with a pro-j gram and display of work accomplished at the morning session Friday. The vacation school al the Presbyterian Church, which opened Monday, will continue through June 24. The Rev. Ronald Bula. who has been pastor of the Green-. field area Methodist Churches three years, and family, arc planning to move to Astorw "Thursday. The Rev. Robert Harwood and Mrs. Harwood of Cropsey will move into the, Methodist parsonage in Green-1 field. j Greenfield Notes • GREENFIELD - Floyd Fra-i zier, elementary school princi-| pal; Mrs. Elsie Geers. and Miss Virginia Knisley, are attending the summer session at MacMurray College. Jacksonville. Mrs. John Cox. Miss Theresa Hayes, and Mrs. -Rita Smith, have enrolled for a summer course inj Carrollton, and Mrs. Ray Stout Is spending several weeks with her son, Joe Stout and family.; in Alton and attending Southern Illinois University attendance! center in Alton. ; Mr. and Mrs. John Reno of| Browning visited during the weekend with Mrs. Reno's sis-| ters. Mrs. Harley Gustine and; Miss Lucile Barnett. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sousley of Webster Groves. Mo., visited; with his mother, Mrs. Emmnj Sousley, and with Mrs. Sousley's sister, Mrs. Eleanore! Mitchell, Monday. Robert Spencer has completed basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and is now stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky. John Under of Wood River •nd his mother, Mrs. J. T. Under, Mrs. C. B. Guy, and Miss Ruth Mellor, were guests at a family dinner Tuesday in the home of Mrs. C. J. Doyle in Springfield honoring Sam \Vil- hite of Mount Vernon. Wash.; his daughter, Mrs. Robert Lundgard and son, Jeffry, of Olympia, Wash. Shipman 4-H Girls Perform at Festival SHIPMAN — Members of two area Girls 4-H Clubs participated in the county "Share the Fun" contest held at the high school in Carlinville Tuesday evening. Twenty-one members of the local Sunbeam Club did a novelty act in costumes while singing "Over the Rainbow" and "Singing in the Rain." Marsha Kay Halliday served as accompanist and directors were Mrs. Marshall Halliday and Mrs. Lester Alward. The Piasa Busy Bee club was represented by 10 members in a skit entitled "What You've Been Missing." Mrs. George Duncan was the director. Entertains C'lub SHIPMAN — Mrs. John Hazelwood entertained the Ingersol Birthday Club at her home Tuesday. Members presented birthday gifts to Mrs. Emma Eddington. Games were played and refreshments served to the members and two guests who were Mrs. C. J. Hudson and Mrs. Gene Thomae. There will be no July meeting but a dinner will be held for the families at the Shipman community park on a Sunday in July yet to be selected. Bblpman Note* SHIPMAN — Miss Patty Alward and Miss Joanna Roemer left Monday to spend a week at the Egyptian Music camp at DuQuoin. Both girls have been members of the band and chorus at Southwestern High School. Harry Brown is a medical patient at the Carlinville Area j Hospital. ; Mrs. Joseph Frazier and sons' of Syracuse, N.Y.; Susan. Jim-' my and Jeffry Faries of Kansas! City, Mo., and Mrs. D. A. Thorn- i aj of JUton spent Tuesday with I the Charles Skaggs family. South Roxaua Cubs Visit Showboat SOUTH RQXANA - Cub Scouls of Pack 34 attended B performance oo the Showboat Tueiday evening, with 35 cubs and adults attending. This was one of their summer activities ancj next Monday tine cubs will tour the EdwardsviUe Cream- «ry from 9 to 11 a in. Cute of Pack 24 and Boy Scouts tf Troop 24 will have a «ka£ng party Friday at Granite City and •*» to leave from CutxuMter Robert Sullivan's home at 1:45 pan- ft* boys will skate from 9:30 (UO- to midnight. ff t **"**'» A Smart Room '$ Meant To Be Lived In , . . :~ -~.;f '-^... * THE SUBURBIA" ixii Qttdbuk/L! Boomerang Cocktail Toblo Your Complete Live, Play and Sleep Room—Beautiful v ! Sparkling Brass Hostess Cart Sleeps TWO Adults ONLY $10 DOWN Here's as fresh and modern a group of furnitur* os you've ever seen! Best of all, it't wonderfully practical, tool The 2 SLEEPER SOFAS and CASUAL CHAIR will take all comers (from Junior's scuffing shoes and sticky fingers to the biggest man in the house without stain or strain). That's because they're upholstered in leather-like plastic that wipes clean with a damp cloth and feature sag-proof spring constructionl At night, you simply remove the 3 BACKRESTS from the luxury-sofas and you have 2 additional beds available in a jiffy! A jumbo-size BOOMERANG COCKTAIL TABLE and sparkling brass HOSTESS CART on easy-rolling casters are included at this Fabulously LOW $148 SALE PRICEI QnthubuLI Casual Chair SOFAS BY DAYBEDS AT NIGHT Exciting New-Design Chairs 11OMO SOFA |S CONVHSATIONAL WtCf Tcrlre - Your - Pick At This Low.. . (A) TUB CHAIR with 100$ Foam reversible eushion! Walnut arms and legs with sparkling brass accents! 29 si Down (B) DECORATOR CHAIR with Foam tufted back and reversible Foam eushion! All exposed wood is solid walnut! 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