Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 17, 1960
Page 22
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 17. I960 Postmaster Exam Being Set Up for Brighton Medora Church Rev. Evwett CfcimbeW will preach at 10:30 a.m. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. At 8 p.m (the vacation Bible school pro!«ram wilt he given. Don Amos, student from Lin Mofo Mill Injured In Tractor Mishap MORO — Victor Untwbrtnk is ~ -- — ,. . , .. ^ ., -^ reported Improved at the Wood roln Bible tnsWute, will prenchi son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlvpr township Hospital following Hembrow wflt iwve Monday to fake up Mi ntw Assignment ax assistant pastor at Immaculate Conception Cathedral in Springfield. Father Hembrow, R R r O M T O N — Application blnnks for persons who uant to tnkf the examination for the postm.-istorship of Brighton may he oWfiinwl ;it tho post office or from thr United States Civil Commission at Wnshlnj? the Christian Church at 10:30; Hembrow. was recently ;mrl 7:30 p.m. Sunday school. /lalrwd to the priesthood. f):30 a.m.. and youth meetim? Plan Ice Cream Social Schedule Listed •it 6:30 p.rn The Rev. Ernest be at Kemper Baptist Church met Wednesday evening in the! ° r "iiin accident at his home Tuesday afternoon. Unterbrlnk was repairing his McED °, R u ' :~™ e *I!f r *£***} tractor and mower when he acdd- threw the tractor ft gear, MEDORA The Rev. Donald at 11 a.m. school. 10 and 8 p.m. a.m., and Sunday BYF at ton. D.C.. John Ash. acting pw,l-j c ; Harmon of Ea ,,t" Alton wlllf™* pm i preach Sunday at the Methodist master, said Thursday. Thr position at the third cm™ -j^^ a) „ am Sunday school office has a basr pay of $4.990 a w)|) ^ a) 1() fl m .... „ The RPV. Ward Spencer will for filing appll- fhfi R ,„, ^^ nf cations to lake thr examination. \ () .,,. flm nn( , fl , )hp ^.^j^, s .Inly 12. Ash sard. Complied h()n) , fhf , VH( . a(ion „,,,,,, s( . hool application blanks HIT lo be re- , wj|1 ^ ivpn Sunrtay turner! lo tli'' civil service com- S( . hrx) , vvi) , ,„, a( mission office nl Washington. Notice of the impending ex- Hininntlon says the written tcsl will br given at Alton Olrls' Softball Mass at St. John's Catholic Church at 10 a.m. will be read In tbe Rev. Father John Shea (ban Vun Meter Funeral MKDORA Funeral rites for William Van Meier wore conducted Thursday at the Warner Funeral Home by the Rev. Wnrd Spencer <>( the Haptisi Church. Hm-ial was in Kemper Cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles Klliott. Martin Rob- ehurch basement, made plans for an ice soelal Sunday evening, June 26 in the church basement, freshmerrts were served by the women cream une 26 . Reby the causing it io run over nun «"u hostesses. Mrs. Evelyn Surrls, Mrs. Margaret MeleT» Mrs. Forrest Quakenbush and Mrs. Thomas Gaffney St. along. He got it. The next car was driven by the Rev. Richard Reese, minister of the Mewofltet Church at nearby Somerset. pinning him beiwft < He wto moved by ambBlMW to tf« hospital were he was too* to have received torn muscles and deep laceration over most of his body. AMfSfAifCB BAftKER, N. Y. # - When his car ran out of gas, the Rev. Kenneth Mullen, pastor of St. Patrick's Church, sought aid from the next motorist to come OFFICERS MEET OFFICERS State officers, a rppresentaflvp and exprcfws. State Repri-wntativc Ralph the governor, met a university presl- T. Smith (left), talk* to Oov. William dent, and a mayor on the steps of the O. Stratton, as university president vice-president's office on Edtvardsvlllr Delyte Morris listens. At right, Mayor campus of Southern Illinois University James Delaney of Wood River passes Tuesday evening before commencement the group.—Staff Photo. !):!.") a.m. Sunday school at Summerville Presbyterian Church. 9 a.m. At Bethel Baptist Church thn Winning battery were Jackie crts. Jack, Strait and Keith BRIGHTON — In girls' soft- Reeher and Nancy McAfee, and; Klliott. and Lavernc Parrish. iball, the Black Hawks beat the losing battery were Betty Cairi To Take I r p AMl(jntnent iRed Hols 15 to 7 Tuesday night, and Patty Churchman. ' MKDORA--The Rev. Father PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THE June 24-25 Picnic Dates At Brighton BRIGHTON — The annual picnic of Brighton Picnic Association is set for Friday and Saturday. June 24 and 25. and already some sections of a concession firm bnve moved into town. Leaders- of lli<> picnic association have announced there will be band concerts both nights of the picnic, by the Foslerbui-K Band one night. Southwestern High School Band the other-. Gastronomic features will be burgoo, chicken and fish. Burgoo soup will be available at all times and chicken and fish suppers are planned. BrightonChureh Schedule Listed BRIGHTON Sermon topic of the Rev. Harvey Meckfessel at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service at St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church will be "The Challenge of Christ". A church;jj and Sunday school picnic will be held in the afternoon, beginning with a basket dinner immediately following morning service. Sunday school officers and teachers will meet Monday at 8: p.m. . Father's Day will be observed i| at the 10:30 a.m. service at St. 1 Paul Methodist Church. Gifts will be-presented to each father j and husband present. Youth Fel-i lowship will meet at 6:30 p.m. at Wesley Center and at the evening service at 7:.'10. the Rev. C. B. Johnston will present a : sermon which will be part of a series entitled "Old Testament Characters". Attend Graduation BRIGHTON - Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hudson and son Jim. and Miss Betty Can- attended Commencement exercises at South- em Illinois University at Carbondale Wednesday evening. Robert Baker, son-in-law ol I he Hudson*', was a graduate. Rob-| cnl is a former Brighton boy, having attended school here be- i fore moving to Jerseyvillp area. Mift»ionar\ Society Meet* at Meilura MEDORA-The Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met Wednesday afternoon at the church. The devotional topic was given by Mrs. Robert Golike. Mrs. George Barnes was program leader. Assisting with the I lesson were Mrs. Ward Spen- : | cer, Mrs. Arthur Gwillim, Mrs. | Edith Rhoads, Miss Bertha; Short, Mrs. Don Stuckey, Mrs.ll Truman Bowker, Mrs. Charles!' Shrunk, Mrs. Jesse Huff. j Bfedara Note* MEDORA—Miss Dianna Smith | ol Clinton, Iowa, was a guest; the first of the week of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryder. Circle at Brighton Install* Off'irer- BRIGHTON - New officers of the' Upstreamers Circle of the WSCS of SI. Paul Methodist Church were installed Weclnes- •f day evening at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Grizzle of Alton. Installed were: Miss Pe.irl Sarius. president; Mrs. Marie Yost, vice president: Mrs. Mayo McAfee, treasurer-; Mrs. Hilth Reynolds, secretary. Committee members arc: visiting, Mrs. Beulai) Lively. .Mrs. Roy Strohbeck. Miss Carrie. Camp: ways and means. Miss Pearl Sarius: publicity. M r s . Reid Crowder. Mrs. C. B. Johnsioti. a by Mrs. Liwl.v, led a program entitled "Send Ye Forth With Joy". Others assisting in the presentation were Mrs. Slroh- bcck and Mrs. Mayo McAfee. Mrs. William Gerdes concluded the program by reading an ar- Asia" Refreshments were served by 'Mrs. Grix/.le. Mrs. Slrohbeck and Mrs. Helen Anders. Finland's reindeer are capa- h|p (jf JHng s)eds u (0 a(J mjlf . s un hom . un sho ,., , 1UU , S _ Head Telegraph Want Ads Daily Lowest Possible Price*. Double F,a*le Stamp* ik Vour Doctor to (all (jg We Deliver. IB REOIHIKHKI) PHARMACISTS Hve Convenient Locution* Prompt. Accurate Service. Freshen. 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