Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 6, 1960
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1960 ALTUN EVENING TELEGRAPH f»AU£ Minister and Wife Mark Anniversary at Medora CARNIVAL By Dick Turner MEDOftA - The Rolrlen dlfig anniversary of the R#v. and Mr*. O. E. Try of Mednra and the eighty-ninth birthday Of her mother, Mr*. Lou E Range, whirh were both on Jiriy 2, were observed Sunday »t the Fry horn** in the east part of town with a family dinner at noon. bride was Miss Ina I. Range, daughter of James and Lou Ella Range, of Faypfte. The Rev Fry's parents were Davirt and Nancy Fry. They were attended by the groom's brother- in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Harhaugh. (he latter now- deceased. ; The Rev. and Mrs. Fry are 1 Present for the dinner were :j the parents of five children Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huff Sr.,|Leonard of Chesterfield, Mrs. and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muff Jr., Miss Lizzie Range. Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Leon- Ruth Anderson, Del Paso Heights, Calif., Mrs. Naomi Huff, Jerseyvlllr. Mrs. Roso ard Fry and son. Chesterfield: | Mary Alberlco and Mrs. Lois Mr. and Mrs* Robert AlberlcoISchott, C»rlinville. and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schott Jr. and sons, Carllnvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fry a,nd sons, Tallula. Other guests present during the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fry and children, Pawnee; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller, Mr. The Rev. Fry is pastor of the Pentecost Mission at Fidelity. Attend Reunion MEDORA - The Misses Mine and Edna Haley, Rochester,' Minn., have been guest* of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Challacombe. j j thoy being cousins of Mrs. Chaland Mrs. Lester Miller fln<lj| a ,.,, m be. On Sunday Mr. and daughters. Edwardsvlllc; Mrs.i Mrs . ChallacomRe and their Marie Miller, Mrs. Alire Par- RUP sts att*nded a reunion nf ton. Carol and Vincent, Alton: ( . ous j ns an d their families nt Mrs. Clarence Cope and Toni 1ne home O f Karl Loarh, west and Gene Fry, Staunton. i 0 f Carlinvillc. The marriage took place on Youth Rally July 2. 1910. in Carlinville. the! MEDORA The MacGomery ceremony being performed by i Youth Rally will be held here the Rev. C. C. Brown. The at the Christian ChUrch Satur- ft WO ky MM. 1Mb TJ«, Hutu* Medora Legion Meets Monday KANE — Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Darr are vacationing in Wis-l rbnstn and MirniMtfta. Before -\ returning home they will visit; in Kansas with Mr. and Mn. MK rjoRA - The Legion and Wayne Darr. Auxiliary will meet Monday at Miss Dorothy Swparlngton re- l* K ,an Hall nt 8 p.m turned homr Thursday from Al- Officers will be Installed. Mrs. ton Mpmorla) Hospital. i Pauline Rlnaker of Carllnvill? Mrs. Hattie Smith, of Hanni-iwill Install them. Miss Sharon bal. Mo. was a guest the past Hubbard will give a report of week of her cousin. Mrs William Girls' State. Mayberry. Hostesses will be Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Chester Ray, Mrs. Ed ««»*. Ml '« Jarnes Ma1ns and Weller, Mm. Ernest Abbott and Mrs. Leslie Wilton. Mrs. H. L. Potter attended the annual house party for Illinois Baptist Women the past week at Founders Alice Birney and Phoebe HcHrst founded the Parents and "Gee whiz, Mom! All I said was that she couldn't be Mrs. Martin 'cause her nose seemed to be in the right place!" HEITZ OPTICAL New Located in Hit— METROPOLITAN BLDC. 307 HENRY ST. Step in, we will be happy to serve all your optical needs at our new location. CHARLES J. HEITZ EDWARD P. PARKES, Jr. day evening. The Rev. J. W. Jordan, pastor of Alton Christian Church, will apeak. Hamburger Fry MEDORA--A hamburger fry 'and pirnir supper WHS held on the lawn at the home'of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stanton Monday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. V. 1C. Stanton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruyle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Darr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Edwards and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peebles and Stanley. D. V. Stanton. Jerry Peebles. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Plogger, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stanton and family. Roady Reunion MEDORA—The annual Roady Reunion will be held Sunday at ithe Onized Club grounds, Alton, 'with a basket dinner at noon. '•Mrs. E. L. KahJ is president of ; the family group and Mrs. James Mains is vice president. Leaves ih the top of a pineapple will pull out easily if the fruit is ripe. MacMurray College, Jflck . sonvlllr Teachers Association under , „ , , „, . name of National Congress of Capt. and Mrs. Jark Woods Mo , hers „ first mel in Wash . and daughter. Barbara, and , n ,-, c on Fch 17 1897 .: Miss Janet Gullander visited sev- _ .... _. _ i eral days the past week in Al- Mrs. Fred Mowrpy and Mr. and ton with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mrs. Frank Cummlngs. Reynolds. ; M,^. William Boushka and Mrs. Kenneth Darr and Mrs. .children left today for their Marvin Gummershiner attended home in Minneapolis, Minn., af- the annual Greene County Homelier a two weeks visit with her Bureau June luncheon Thursday I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee* which was held in the annex of Shanks, the Greenfield Baptist Church. Adam Grizzlr entered Boyd Mis. Bessie Cook of St. Louis Memorial Hospital Friday for is visiting at the home of Mrs. j medical treatment. May Tucker. j Miss Tamara Plato returned; i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cummings'home Friday from Bethalto; |and family came Saturday for i where she visited the past week a visit at the homes of Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith. ENTERS CONTEST BRADFORD, son of the Joseph L Rains. *. 3314 Mayfleld. Alton. Ill . entered hts photo in the "CUTEST CHILD SEARCH." Judging Is by the Screen Children's Guild Agency of Hollywood There are over S5C.OOO in cash and merchandise awards. 338 awards are allocated for Alton area children The contest Is sponsored by RISSI STUDIO, * 217 W. THIRD ST.. ALTON. Come in or phone HO 5-5312 for details to enter your child. ^ WANT MORI FOR TOUR MONfY.... 4 ....*!«» YOUR tYI OH OR**™ •MB? .«•*, tuvr (UST 'KITTY' RAYON-ACRIIAN* IS EXTRA-LONG...VALUE PACKED Tfcfs auperior 88% rayon and 12% Acrilan* acrylic blend is nylon lifetime bound...superbly warm, strong, and washable. A full 72x90'. Pink, red, beige, blue, Violet, turquoise, and yellow. 77 4J9 TS IY FKD AGAINST BTN OAMAGI (• »•«• blvfikX •» ykwr mwwy bxk) 80x90" DECORATOR BLANKETS •MIRTH' CHECKS... % MERRY' PLAIDS Jumbo rayon-Acrilan« acrylic iMMtiea ... extra-wide 8* satin •Mtate bound. 3% pounds of wtahfast warmth. Eftd, blue, or beige plaid combinations. Pink, tvrquoise, or beige checks. 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