Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 17, 1960
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 1 ' •" —^^— Lutherans at Dor sty to Hear Dr. Andrew Melendez — The Rev. DT. Andrew Melendez of St. I/nils will! address the congregation of Emmaus Lutheran Church. Dorsey, Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on the subject of Latin American missions, i *"*' In observance of the congregation's annual mission festival. Dr. Melendez Is a native of Puerto Rico, where he attended schools including the university of Puerto Rico, After graduda- tlon from Concordia Seminary, Springfield. Illinois, in 1930, he served as missionary among the Mexicans In Texas. During World War II he served the United States and Mexican government In a special capacity. Presently Dr. Melendez is the speaker for the Spanish Luthean r Hour beamed to South America and is editor of Spanish literature for the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. He has made special studies of economic, social, and religious conditions in Latin America and receives numerous! Godfrey Horse To Appear in requests for lectures on these) j|f J. FcrilOfl SkotV DR. MELENDEZ subjects. The same day at 8 p. m. the Rev. Dr. 0. H. Schmidt of Highland will present a colored slide lecture on world missions. Dr. Schmidt, former Secretary for World Missions of the Lutheran Church, gathered his pictures on tour of the Lutheran Synod's mission stations in his former official capacity. At present Dr. Schmidt is pastor of Hope Lutheran Church, Highland. Bishop Like* Books PITTSBURGH. Pa. m -Roman Catholic Bishop John J. Wright of Pittsburgh says the document he cherishes most next to his baptismal certificate is his library card. It is "a symbol which entitles me to the best things in this world," he says, self." next to the faith it- Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally GODFREY — Redberry, a champion pulling horse stallion owned by Mr. and Mrs. Earl MacMichael of Humbert road, will be entered in the Mississippi Valley Morgan Horse Club exhibitions Sunday in Mt. Vernon. Other Alton area horses entered in the exhibitions to demonstrate the versatility of the Morgan Horse breed include Cinnamon King, champion parade horse stallion owned and ridden by Ray Searls of Medora. The day-long show will consist of registered Morgan-tn- hand classes starting'at 10 a.m. In the afternoon Morgan Horse performance Classes and exhibitions along with western horse classes will round out a varied program. AMERICA'S FAVORITE PORTABLE! FROM GENERAL ELECTRIC 24 ALL-TRANSISTOR PORTABLE RADIO A best seller! You'll love it Amazing power and range. Earphone jack. Choice of colors. At All 90 day warranty on botk part* and labor— Jut am* jmr warranty on portable radio eases. THRIFTY DRUG STORES Moro Woman's Club Observes 5th Anniversary MORO — The Moro Woman's Community Club celebrated Its fifth anniversary at a tea at the Moro School Wednesday afternoon with approximately 70 members and guests attending. Out of town clubs represented were: Bethalto, Library Prairie, Quercus Grove, and Edwardsville Monday Club. The program consisted of a read- Ing by Miss Sue Walker of Wood River; a novelty act by Janice Klein, Beverly Cooper, and Diane Singleton; trio by the Dorsey sisters, Patty, Jeannle, and Marcella; and a duet by Nancy and Cheryl Cooper, Greenfield Auxiliary Chairmen Appointed GREENFIELD — Mrs. Harold Ford, recently elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary, has named chairmen for 1960-61. They are: Rehabilitation, Mrs. Richard Cole; Poppy Day, Mrs. Howard Houlette; National Security and Civil Defense, Mrs. Tobe VanBebber; veterans crafts and junior activities, Mrs. Ebert Ferguson; Pan-American, Mrs. Frank Ford; gold star, Miss Mildred Cook. Girls State, Mrs. Thomas Ford; membership. Mrs. Gary Melvin and Mrs. Leroy Rives; American ism, Mrs. Loren Estler; child wel fare, Auxiliary fund, and education of orphans, Mrs. William McClelland; legislation, Mrs. Howard McCollum; finance, Mrs. William Meng; community service, Mrs. Leo Price; publicity, Mrs. Kenneth Shanahan; past presidents, Mrs. Kenneth Woodkirk. The programs for the year will center around reports from the chairmen and activities of the departments. Home Units to Meet . GREENFIELD — All Home Bureau Units of Greene County will meet Thursday, June 30, for a potluck luncheon meeting in the Baptist Church Annex. The principal speaker will be Miss Marilyn Welderman of Greenfield, who served as a farm youth exchange in Australia. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Mrs. Ruby Harrington, Mrs. S. D. McPherron, Mrs. Grover L. Bauer, Mrs. Eleanore Mitchell, Mrs. C. B. Guy, Mrs. R. B. Ellis, Mrs. Amol Greer, and Miss Lucile Barnett, were guests of Mrs. Byron Hill Jr. at a dessert bridge Wednesday afternoon. Miss Barnett and Mrs. Ellis received prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cackley and daughter, Linda Jo, June, and Jane, of Mason City are spending several days with Mrs. Cackley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holnback of Beverly Hills, Calif., former residents of Rockbridge, have been guests of his sisters, Mrs. Philip Missionary to Preach Here The Rev. Herbert Butler, missionary to the Voltaic republic, West Afrieia, will speak at morning and evening services at Alton Gosppl Tabernacle, fith and Spring Streets, Sunday. The Rev. Butler went to Africa in 1951. He taught in a national workers' training center in the Voltaic Republic for 2Mi years, was in charge of the Central Mission Station at the capital city of Ouagadougou, and supervised 20 Africian ministers and their churches. He served in Tenkodogo and Zabre. In 1956, the Rev. Butler moved to Tenkodogo where he supervised 28 Africian ministers and their churches. He attended Central Bible Institute, Springfield, Mo. and was graduated from Kansas State College, Pittsburg, with a B. S. in Education. He studied linguistics at the University of Oklahoma and has done graduate work at the University of Kansas. Carrollton Glee Club, Band Have Picnic CARROLLTON —Members of the glee club and band of the Catholic Daughters of America had a picnic supper Wednesday evening at City Park. During the business meeting it was voted to buy six additional robes for new members of the club and announcement was made that the group had donated a portable stage to the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Daughters of America hall. The group will meet again Tuesday to rehearse the program which they will give in Carlinville June 27 at -the meeting of the Carlinville Catholic Daughters of America. Leaders of the glee club and band are Mrs. Ray Schroeder and Mrs. Fred Schmidt and Mrs. Lawrence Thien is accompanist for both. 2 Alton Students Win SIU Awards TorH Gould, daughter of Mr. MB Mm. N. J. Gould, 23 W. Marietta PI., has received the Sphinx award at Southern Illinois university, Carbondale, for being the outstanding freshman In her class. Ton! has participated in activities of 24 different cfubs and organize lions. Judy Shackelford, 1705 State St., has nlso received the Sphinx awart for being the outstanding sophomore in her class. Judy is Ore daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean B, Shackelford. Judy has been active in a nunv Postel and Miss Nelle Holnback. M. D. Roth, Louis B. Meng, Ciller Strang, and Floyd Wilton, will leave during the weekend for a few days vacation of golf at Lake Geneva, Wis. For All Your Home Improvements Aluminum Windows • Aluminum Doors • Carports • Patio Covers • Vertical Blinds • Roofing • Asbestos Siding • Aluminum Siding • Venetian Blinds RUSSELL HOME IMPROVEMENT 911 Milton Road Phone HO 5-5588—HO 5-5589 Larry lUnson, student, demonstrates how to use a trampoline at the newly opened Jumpln Gymfny Trampoline Center adjacent to the Beacon Drive-In, Sixth and Ed- '/l/MPIJV GYM1NY Wood River High wardsvtllr Road, Wood River. The center, operated by BUI Vogan and Marvin Tennlkalt, features eight trampolines.— Staff Photo. North Alton News 61 ENROLLED KV BEREAN BIBLE SCHOOL Berean Bible Church has enrolled 61 children in its Vacation Bible School. The program started Monday under the direction of the Rev. Vernon Schutz. The Bible School will extend through June 24. A program, Friday evening, June 24, that will include singing, presentation of awards, and a display of the work done by the children, will conclude the Bible School. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL PLANNED First Church of Go*, 65 E. Elm St., will begin its Vacation Bible School Monday at 9 a.m. The classes will go until 11:30 a.m. The two week school is being held for children from 4-15 years of age. A picnic will be held In Rock Spring Park June 26 at 1 p,m. July 3 at 7 p.m. a closing program will conclude the activities of the school. Special Rec Program Set At Macoupin program will be held. Refreshments will be served and the; P'ibllc is invited. j O«t thto qniok NlMfc Uft* tho« prcMura, MOthM UK M6tt nMMI ^W^^W W ^w Awtf WIN**** AMP All LYONS GLASS GO. sjoft H«n«. fttiii HO t*stai Rod or Brown with Scuff Rttlitoflt Tip LOTTA LEAKS TULSA, Okla. /P — A few days after Oklahoma Natural Gas Co. placed an odor in its gas lines so customers could detect leaks, the firm said it had BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS CARLINVTLLE - Plans for the summer recreation program (received 10,098 calls, of Macoupin County Association j for Retarded Children are being i made. The program will be for six weeks, beginning Monday, June 20, continuing through July 29, inclusive. The time will be from 9 a.m. to noon for five days a week, Monday through Friday. Transportation for the children registered for this program will be furnished. Refi'eshmenls will be served at mid-morning. Tuition for each child will be $3 per week. Open house will be held Saturday, June 18, at 6 p.m. at the American Legion grounds in Carlinville, where the summer Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL YOUR HOME^l COMES FIRST BUILD BETTER WITH DRY LUMBER w i t h REYNOLDS ALUMINUM 5" 0.0. GUTTER 10-Ft. «« «f| Length V«VU DOWNSPOUT le-ft. M JQ length feaW -IT CANT; '.Off,' WIIAOSEAL (or new floor beouty UM on wood and fino/ewv ftoeuuu IMD die pom of tfa* wood, nuking • deep aoL That's vbr i* wean aad wetrt Show* no •crotchet; it not Uippery. EawJy applied witb • bruih. dock ar 80 9TS. GALS. Ea. 16* Be. PLASTER BOARD 4x8-3-8" '!' Bunker Hill Youth To Attend Boys State BUNKER HILL — Ross Earl (Skip) Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Myers, will attend Boys State, sponsored by the American Legion at Springfield, I from June 19 through June 25. Ross will be a senior in the local high school this fall. Discuss Food Stand BUNKER HILL — Plans were discussed by the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening for the food stand at the Bunker j Hill Homecoming, July 8, 9, and 10. Eleven members were present. Mrs. Thomas S. England, 21st District director, was present and talked on "Child Welfare". Mrs. England was presented a corsage, made by Mrs. Ernest Allen, and also a plant by the Auxiliary. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Ernest Allen and Mrs. Hugh Morris. Allhn Leaves Today BUNKER HILL — Jim Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen, will leave today for Minnesota where he will take a five week course in surveying from the University of Illinois. 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