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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Potato Peeling, That hi Brighton Picnic Group Schedules K. P. Session BRIGHTON - Potato peelers are being recruited on a man tcale for a peeling Job set tor Thursday evening In the btui- Mu district, Gavin Vomrnhmen, president of Brighton Picnic As•edition, said Tuesday. the peeling will be done so fhat burgoo soup may be put on to boll later that same evening, be allowed to simmer all night, then offered tor sale during the association's picnic Friday and Saturday. Burgoo soup has long been a feature of Brighton picnics and, Vonnahemn said, no potatoes, no burgoot Anticipation of the annual pic* nic was somewhat heightened during Tuesday night when a number of carnival rides were put up in the business section and several tents to house local concessions were erected. Proceeds from the two-day •vent will be used for community projects. MacoupinLegion Meeting Tonight BRIGHTON — Macoupin County Council of the American Legion will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at Brighton American Legion Home. The county auxiliary will meet at the same place at the same time. Formal meetings of the two organizations will be followed by the serving of refreshments. Church Picnic BRIGHTON — Young people of the Covenant Presbyterian Church here recently entertained youth of Bible Presbyterian of Affton, Mo., and Alton Bible Presbyterian at an open campfire service and picnic on the Covenant Church grounds The Rev. Robert Dunn had charge of the service. Albert Magnot of Alton was also present. New Grandson BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Cusic announce the birth of their first grandson, Ward Joseph, born to the Rev. and Mrs. Joe C. Cusic of Fulton, Mo. To Plan School BRIGHTON—Mrs. Herman Ferguson of Bethalto will meet with teachers of the Assembly of God vacation Bible school Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Brighton church to 'help plan the school's work. The school will operate in August. Church Outing BRIGHTON—Men of the Assembly of God Church, losers to the .women-of the Sunday school in a recent contest ( will prepare and serve a meal at a Saturday evening outing for adults. The outing will be held at the Betsey Ann picnic grounds. Prairietown PRAIRIETOWN — Mary Ann, infant daughter-.of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Knoche, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Otto Horstmann in the Lutheran Church. Sponsors were: Mrs. Harry Evans, Mrs. Frieda Knoche, Mrs. Mabel Davis and Mrs. Jennie Knoche. A supper was served that evening in nonor of the occasion. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Evans of South Roxana; Charles Drennan of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knoche and family of Fosterburg; Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and Mrs. Frieda Knoche. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lorson entertained guests Sunday in honor of his son, Lt. E. Bill Lorson, who stopped here en route from Lincoln Air Force Base, Neb., to Selfridge Air Force Base in Michigan. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kaylor and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kaylor, all of East Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spemoga Jr., Joe Spernoga Sr., and Dena Lorson, all of Staunton. Mrs. Hulda Suhre, Joe Duffy and Ei-win Wolff of Hamel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eric Paul and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Voyles of White City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Best. Ernest Gunkel of Sterling; George Gunkel and grandson, fJeil of Warren, are visiting their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunkel this week. South Africans were interested to know that the county's 16 Cabinet Ministers have been supplied with 31 cars, costing an ftggrigftlt Of Kane Woman Honored on 82nd Birthday KANE — A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. Charles TompMns Monday on her 82nd birthday. Present were Mrs. Jake White, Mrs. C. £. Hutchens, Mrs. Charles Morrow, Mrs. C. C. Gary, Mrs. William Webb, Mrs. Joe Short, Miss Gussie Richards, Mrs. Kenneth Barringer, Mrs. Charles Deveraux, Mrs. Garsell Reynolds, Mrs. Harry DeShasier, Mrs. Ross Reynolds, Mrs. Harry Prough, Mrs. Ross Crotchett and Mrs. Ralph Under. Parley Entertained KANE - The Past Presidents Parley met Monday evening for a dinner party at the Colonial Room in Carrollton. Hostesses were past presidents from Carrollton. Those from here who attended were: Mrs. Wayne Willis, Mrs. Ivan Shackleford and Mrs. Ross Crotchett. Mrs. Willis was elected president for the coming year. Kane Notes KANE—William Kirgan left Monday for Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witwer and family of Gary, Ind., came Monday lor a week's visit with Mrs. Witwer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Erwin. Mrs. Frank Cummings and children visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Devening, in Fieldon. Sunday dinner guests at the George Milner home were: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carr and family of Bethalto; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson, St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carr. Gary and Larry Williams of Shilo are spending this week with their grandparents, Mi*, and Mrs. Ed Williams. Miss Diana Go win, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Gowin, who graduated from SIU the past week, has been employed to teach at Roxana this year. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rowden and son, Hugh Jr., of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arnold and family of Jerseyville, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fox and family of Farmersville were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rowden. Ac2 James Devening has returned to Offutt Air Force Base at Omaha, Neb., after spending the past Week with his parents, Mr. I and Mrs. C. W. Devening. Chesterfield CHESTERFIELD —The swim program conducted by the Macoupin County Chapter of American Red Cross conducted at Carlinville will be held July 5 through July 8 and July 11 through July 15. A bus will pick up the children from the Chesterfield area and will leave here at 12:45 p.m. A fee of 30 cents will be charged for the bus ride. Any one seeking information in regard to this project from here are asked to contact Mrs. Kenneth Woods. Mrs. Lula Moore is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Hampton and family, near Chicago. Mrs. Charles Reynolds Jr.,| will entertain members of the! Corner Stone Society Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall visited Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Esther Stpader, East Alton. Mrs. Bessie Townzen accompanied her son, Armin Townzen, and wife to California for a vacation. Mi f . and Mrs. Edwin Hewitt and daughters of Jacksonville are visiting here this week with; relatives. Miss Faye Duckels is attending camp in Michigan. Miss Elizabeth Wade will leave Thursday for a vacation P1NVPG1RL Alton Javcee external vice president Harold Mil* ler pins, on his wife, a sign which says "Perishable- Do Not Crush". This was done as a joke, but It helped to emphasize'the fact that over 8,000 Jaycees would be in attendance at a levee party on the Mississippi River at the National Jaycee convention in St. Louis, John Merry, Alton Jaycee treasurer, looks on. Merry and Miller are wearing vests that the Alton croup purchased especially for the convention.—Staff Photo. trip with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lasvrenee of Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Parker and son of Hartford were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Mary Parker. India proposes to issue to foreign visitors liquor permits good in all states where prohibition exists, Madras learns. 'Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK* tt'M The Berries BATESVILLE. Ark. (API — Strawbprry farmer L. E. Garrison realized a life's ambition this spring: He had h one-strawberry short cake. The strawberry which weigh ed one-fourth pound, was grown in his backyard. Community Band to Give Concert at Greenfield GREENFIELD — A community summer band Is befog organized and will present a series of concerts during the summer under the direction of Jerome Ruble. Rehearsals are taking place Thursday night* at 7:30 In the community room of the fire house. The first concert will be Saturday. July 2, In the city park. The school band, also under the direction of Mr. Ruble, has entered the band contest at the I960 Illinois State Fair in Springfield. About 40 Greenfield band members will participate in the contest, which includes bands throughout Illinois. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Mrs. Grov er L. Bauer and Miss Luclle Barnett were hostesses at a bridge luncheon Monday In the Bauer home. Guests were Mrs. C. O. Fesler of Harvey; Mrs. Andrew Hawkins, Belleville; Miss Ann Bauer. Highland Park; Mrs. Amol Greer, Mrs. R. B. Ellis, Mrs. S. D. McPhei ron, Mrs. Ruby Harrington. Mrs. Byron Hill Jr., Mrs. C. B. Guy, Mrs. George T. Parks, and Miss Margaret Burns. Mrs. James Petti! of Oklahoma City, Okla.. Is visiting In the iwnw of her attter, Mm. Maurice L. Melvln. Mrs. Pettlt accompanied her nephew, Dr. Garrett L. Melvtn, who had at' tended the Oklahoma State Chiropractors convention, to Greenfield. James B. Oary of Kansas City has been spending several days here with his sisters, Mm. Pettit and Mrs. Melvln. Ruth Ann Greer and Janet Hill are spending this week with Ruth Ann's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jenkins, In Wood River. Mrs. J. M. Scranton of Belleville accompanied Mrs. Andrew Hawkins to Greenfield Monday and spent the afternoon with her mother, Mrs. K. T. Smith. Mrs. H. F. Henderson of Jer- sryvllle visited Sunday with hei uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. McPntrran. Jay Keafftger of Springfield to ^pending several weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrt, M. D. Barton. His mother, Mr>. Willetta Keslnger, visited during the weekend in the BwtOn home. 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