Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 25
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June 30, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
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w THURSDAY, JUNt 30, I960 Nelson ALTON EVININO TELSGIUPH New DeMolay Officers SKINL WIEN FULLY COOKBD... of the „ dwpttr t , Other o Bleeps tRMaUM —.— Ouy'AWn, scnrof Q^VMuor', atMr Rick Luster, Junto «*tdlor. Appointive officer! ,ar%: Liny Brown, chaplain; Jerry Hah, •enter deacon; Jura* Bratten, junior deacon; Dw» Ferguson, marshal; StefAtn Jegel, stntln. el; Rex Aton, rtandard bearer; Dennis Peterson, John Bettman, < Dale Farrington, Dale Bode, Michael O'Hara, Wayne Pick and * John Fanner, aewm preceptor*, and Dave Suhre, ierfbe. Ascolon Chapter DeMolay of Oollinsville performed the Installation ceremony. Escorts fo» the installing officers were: Elaine Freeae, Sharon Key. Kitty Ifulp, and £HCBM Dale. Candlelighters weft Miss Margie Watson fttf Miai Donna Coffman. William B r tt I a v Jr. was organist. Dave Suhre was presented the past master councilors ring. • • • • diction and members of the Moth Service* Held for Fred Cox at Medora MEDORA .— Funeral were coriducted Wednesday af pan maaver t-ountuur. «.•». Jf* 0011 ** Fred' COX Of the Rev. W. E. Bush gave the bene* Harmony community at the war ner Funeral Home in Medora. Q1VUUI1 fluiu iiiciiiucia wj. uic mwMi- . er's arcle served refreshments. Rcv - Herman Rhoads and Rev. : Eugene Coffman were the officiating ministers. Burial was in Hickory Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Grover and) J Dotljftty, Richard Met-j EarMTftelion, Frank; Eugepe Grothouse. Medora Method tat •-*-j Class Entertained U.8. GRADED (HOlCB-FLAVOR CHUCK STEAKS . . "59c U.S. GRADED CHOICB—FLAVOR PLUS ARM STEAKS . . -69e WNRIBE — By the Piece BRAUNSCHWEIQER,. 39o ONLY THI BIST IN TOM-BOY , SAUSAGE ASSORTMENT MEDORA — Mrs. F. J. and Mrs. Eva Kell were hostess.. the| MEDORA 1 - uwh Tuesday eve- a , .^ i(la y evening.'* stfon* wind and ^ accompanled the storm. An . Methodist M ( « « Miss Anita electric-j of games. The July meeting will 'be held oh the church lawn with .their families as guests. Refreshments were served to tfce 16 members and one guest, Mrs. William Rathgeber. Klto Timber Rattler "MEDORA — A timber rattlesnake ' was killed Sunday by Robert Cunningham at his farm, east of Medora. His son, Ronnie Cunningham, and Russell Roberts had gone out to the farm to fish, and found the snake in a weed patch at the side of the road. Ronnie's father, who was working on his farm killed it: with a club. The reptile was 3H feet long and 6 inches in circumference. It was said to have five or six rattles and a button. President Rutherford B. Hayes, elected in 1877, served only one term at his own request. BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS and hail in some areas have been reported. Bethel Class Meeting MEDORA — The Esther class of the Bethel Baptist Church met at the church Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Earl Rlchey, and. Mrs. Jesse Smith as hostesses. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse on "love." "Mrs. Earl Richey read a poem as a special. Mrs. Lester Gross read the 23rd Psalm tor devotions. Refreshments* were served to the eight members present. Attend Guest Night MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. M. F. ' Dodge attended Guest Night of the Carlinville Chapter of the Eastern Star. Dodge served as chaplain. They reported they did not get holne till after midnight, due to the storm. Trees were down along the highway I and they had to wait until they were removed. ' • ' ' - • GOOD, HUD CUTTERS CHARLESTON GREY WOTEtMELMS 69° Each California NECTARINES » 29c California — Large Size LEMONS . . "-35« Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL I Boom In Petrochemical* | DALLAS, Tex. GPJ-The pe- jtrochemlcal industry Has ex- ipanded six times since World! I War II, the Federal Reserve ] Bank of Dallas reports. 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