Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1960 · Page 7
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July 18, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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MONDAY, JULY 18, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Medora Home Bureau to Meet The MMOTtte lodg* will meet at the same place on Wednesday evening. Brthel Home Bureau will meet I at the home of Mrs. Vern Senrls. Thtirsdny at 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. MEDORA-Th* Medora Horn* Sherman Frit/ a* co-hostess. Bureau will meet Wednesday at Members of the Bake and Stitch 10:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. 4-H club and their mothers will be guests. The girls will put on Circl At Bethel Church MEDORA —-The Naomi Ml«- Cirrlp of Bethel Baptist met Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Bess CARNIVAL had charge of the devotions PRESCRIPTIONS are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 Stat« St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE Hope Chism. Thp ma.for lesson a sty)p ghow of th(? garnientg |opening prayer. Roll rail was on "Outdoor Cooking Capers",^, have mndp. [answered with "A Happy Ex- will be presented and dr-m- Woman's Missionary Society ofjperience," Mrs. Gporge Mohr-, onstrnted by Mrs. Henry Friclc-jthf Baptist church will meet man gave a reading as a special. er. The minor lesson on "Paint : Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock! The lesson on "That I Might' Brushes and Their Cure" will al- ; at the Church. Mrs. Truman [Know Him" was presented byi so br given by Mrs Frickpr. iBowker is program leader. (Mrs. Hersehnl Fritz. Meeting] Thf Modernette Hub will moet Kcrnppr Home- Bureau will Closed with the Lord's Prayer in; Monday evening nt the home of:meet Monday evrning at 7:30iunison. Mrs. Kenneth Stanton. Mrs.jat the Kcmprr Hall. They will'-- ~~—"~ Donald Cameron will be co-hos-jbe entertaining the Kern per-i" esday * V :T ' K ^ K^t^sS?^"^ 0 '^!^!^ Society of St. John's ipron ',f * ™% M K^T"' { day evening at the Masonic Hn 11.! Catholic Church will meet Wed- ^JJ "^"nty Kded. thp monthly birthday supper at I the Bethel Baptist Church Friday evening. The two birthdays j observed were those of Lester Gross and daughter, SUP. • Medora Notes 1 MEDORA — Mrs. Harriett iLyon, Alton, spent Friday with iher sister, Mrs. Monroe Elliott, i Mm. E. H. Schmidt and Miss |Emily Schmidt, Chicago, visited, a couple of days with Mr. and! ; Mrs. Ed Tonsor. 1 Cat Has a Number { i EAU GALLIE. Ha. (ft — The inew Melbourne-Eau Gallie cityi , directory carries a listing which j , reads: Gibson McVicker, 1308' Banyan Drive, explorer. i Gibson McVicker's exploring, j however, is confined to neighbor- j iing backyards. Gibson McVick-j Laboratory Will Contain 'No, it doesn't use too much gas. Henry sees to that!" Wood River Club to Hear Truman May Baptist Women at i ' i Kast Alton Meet is a cat. Mr. and Mrs. James McVick- ier, her owner, consider Gibson a j member of the family and gave ! her name and "occupation" to the (directory enumerator. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally EAST ALTON- Mrs. Maurinp jCniHasure r> rpspn| fd thr> pro- i gram, "Social Relations." at ] the.- Friday meeting of the Wo- WOOD RIVER-Truman May. 1 man '» Missionary ^oiety of First Baptist Church at the the ALL NEW SUPER AUTOMATIC *>! BIG 1O Ib. WASHER • Fully Automatic •Lint Filter Tub •Water Saver • Safety Lid Switch • Maytag Agitator Action • Famous Maytag Dependability INUUDES NORMAL . INSTALLATION DELIVERY AND WARRANTY With Trade $10.00 MONTH NO MONEY DOWN! In Most Cases Your Old Washer Trade-in Allowance Will Cover the Down Payment ... ONLY With Trade BLUEBELL NO MONEY DOWN $6 MONTH ALL MAYTAG PRODUCTS SOLD BY STA NDARD WILL BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY EXCLUSIVE MAYTAG TECHNICIANS I County Farm adviser, will speak on "New Trends in Gardening," at the 1:30 Wednesday meeting of the Garden Club at the public library. The Junior Garden Club led by Mrs. Robert Morris, will present a skit. "How a Flower Garden Grows." Discussion on "Comprehensive Care of Roses (mulching and spraying)" will be led by Mrs. George Thompson. During the social hour a "Crazy Hat Contest" will be featured, with Mrs. Earl Anderson in charge. Pythian Sisters WOOD RIVER—Esther Temple of Pythian Sisters will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Odd Fellows Hall with Mrs. Melvin Keilback in charge of the so cial meeting. W8CR Picnic WOOD RIVER — All women of the church and their families are invited to the picnic and outdoor meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methejdist Church to be held at noon on Wednesday at Kendall Hill Park, M'iss Martha Walker, president, has announced. Pledge Money for Bethalto Pool Fund BETHALTO — Two additional organizations pledged their support to the proposed swimming pool for the Bethalto area, it ws reported Saturday. Members of the Bethalto Volunteer Fire Department bought a $ 1,000 bond and the women's club pledged $250 to the fund drive for construction of the pool. In a special meeting called by club president, Mrs. Ruby Riggs, members of the women's club voted to pledge $250 to the project. In addition to the pledge, each member of the local club was urged to sell one I interest-bearing bond, Mrs. Riggs reported. Regular meetings of the club are scheduled to convene in September. In a business meeting held in the fire house volunteers of thei local fire department bought a $1,000 bond and each member was urged to sell one bond, it was reported by president, Vic Erzen Jr. i Last week the Rotary Club in-' creased their total of funds j to $12,700 for the swimming! pool. The club pledged $5,000 j and the remainder was raised' with the sale of bonds. To Attend Meeting BETHALTO — Quarterly meeting of the Alton Edwardsvilje Sub-District Methodist men will be attended by several members of the local church it was reported Saturday. The meeting is scheduled for July 19 at the Hartford Methodist Church. Tickets for, the supper meeting are available from Les Prehn Sr. and Slmer Schoeneweis. In other church news it was announced that Jean Miller and ?at Andrews attended a youth weekend at the Little Grassy Methodist Camp near Carbondale on July 8, 9 and 10. home of Mrs. J. C. Barnett. Devotions and prayer were led by Mrs. Francis Wimberly. Mrs. Harry Albers, president, reports a retreat is being planned by the Alton Baptist Asso- WASHINOTON, Sriener Serv- ire — A new national research! facility containing the world's movt powerful magnft will be, built at Cambridge, Mass.. fen- study of thf fundamental proper-; ties of matter at tem|>eratures, nr>nr absolute zero, which is, tr$ 7 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. , The Massachusetts Institute of Technology will operate the fa-i dlity under a multi-million dol-j lar contract with the Air Research and Development Command of the Air Force. The Air Force announced the project as .1 step to fill a void in the facilities available to the scientific world for extremely high, continuous magnetic fields. The laboratory is expected to t>c completed in 1964. An initial investment of $").600,000 for construction and management of the program will be made during the Federal fiscal year 1961. He Walk*, Honw> Rides OMAHA A> — Paul Revere had to walk but his hores hitrhtfri a ride. [ It happened after Gary Young, Ifi. had donned a cocked hat and frock coat and prepared to ride several miles through the city te> publicize a charity horse show. What spoiled the plan was a city cordinance prohibiting hors-j es on Omaha thoroughfares with ,out a parade permit. • Despite 89-dcgree heal, Gary; i covered the planned route — on! i foot. The horse rode along be-! side him in a trailer. | ciation to be held at the Edwardsville Church Sept. 29. Jartip* Palm Elerterl j To U OKX Boarrl i Ko\vard N. Pulen. president of WOKZ. today announced thn .fIrction of .Tames Palen to th" board of directors of the Palen Broadcasting Corp. Palen Xaid that hi* son. James, would also serve in th* capacity of treasurer Of the Of- Jim Palen has been associated with station VVOK2 for the past few years—servttn (ft »a rtou* staff capacities Other officers of the corporation are H. T. (Bud) Btmyan. vice president, and Eileen C. Paten, secretary. 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