Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
Page 8
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PAOE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 19, I960 Dorwy Family Has ffontiinn at MeHora MEDORA — The thifd annual reunion of tin? Dorsey family was held Sunday at the American Legton Hal) in Medom. Dinner was served at noon. Attending were the families of Guy Kfnser. Guy Kinser Jr., t>an Dorsey, Greenfield: Lawrence Booth. Harry Rawp. Charles Ratve. Carrollton: P. C. fealott!. Carlfnvillc; Harry Dur-| ham, Mrs. Garnleta Borman, | Dorsey Durham, Wood Rivet; Floyde Rigsby. Raymond: Ronnie Waldeii. Pavvrree; Mrs. Anna Linker. Joe Alrvard. Mrs, Marie | Lewis. Leo Scott and Mrs. Forrest Quakenbash, Medora. The sextant, an instrument for measuring angular distances at sea. was perfected independently in 1730-31 by Godfrey of Philadelphia and Hartley of England. Don't pass the buck- GIVE YOUR BUCKS to the Parity of your choice! DIG DOWN! Contribute DIG IN I Work for your Party VOTE! Published »s » public strvice in cooperation with The Advertising • Council »nd the Newspaper Advertising Executives Association MEDORA OFFICERS Officers of Medora American Le- M. A. Wilson, first vice-president; Mrs. gion Auxiliary were installed Monday T. K. Rinaker of Carllnville, installing night at Medora American Legion Half, officer. Standing, from left, Mrs. R. V. In photo, seated, from left, are: Mrs. Metcalfe, chaplain; Mrs. Sadie Maskc, Mrs. Harry Brown, sergeant»at-arms; second vice-president; Mrs. Vernon Mrs. James Mains, outgoing president; Doughty, historian.—Staff Photo. Mrs. Earl Rhodes, new president; Mrs. About 58 per cent of the people of Mexico are engaged in agriculture. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" i • • M ^IllllBilB M^B^^H ^•M.M ^iHllB^ •H^iHV •••^^H B^MV ^^B^~ nv^_^^ __ — A Real Opportunity For You to Save $$$ WEDNESDAY, JULY 20 •GRAND OPENING!! • -FREE WASH• •FREE• 2 LOADS •FREE • , WITH THIS AD JUST CLIP THIS AD AHD BRING IT IN! COIN LAUNDRY Lloyd Jockish. Godfrey. Families attending were Jesse Smith, George Smith Jr., Kenneth Stanton. Medora; Roger Short. Melvin Wheeler. Bill Terpening, Kane: Ray Baker. Chesterfield: Billy Huff. Lydle Mowrey. East Alton: Harry Tate, frey Sunday. Gai '.v Mowrey. Harry Terpen- ~l Officers elected for ne.M I ing ' ^ ]lon ; ,. „ ,. , • year's picnic were Mrs. Marie »™»> «» *'"' **»"* ,_ • Turner, president; Mrs. Melba , MLDORA •- Mr 8 Clara Las-; Moore, secretary. It was de-l «*• 89 ' d ' ed S ^ A ^ f l ] er cided to have a Christmas party home , « Tra y ; Ffune ™' r »«i in December. Mrs. Glenn Rhine were hdd Monda >' from the Ed ' Medord County Club Members Have Picnic MEDORA — Members of the Country Club and their families had their annual picnic at the Oni/ed Club grounds at God- 2510 STATE ST. Next to Wardein Pharmacy NORTH ALTON — PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE and Mrs. Milford Ryan were named to be in charge of the party. Present were: Mrs. E. J. Lockyer. Chesterfield; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rands, Carlinville; and the body was brought to Medora that afternoon for burial in Medora Cemetery. Surviving are one son. Levic Easley. of Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Easley was a daughter of the Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Arnst and, Me Mr and Mrg M D L family, Mrs. Mary Ryan. A.-! peebles of Medoi . a> ton; Lana Greer, Modesto; Ray) Christian Camp Storey. Carmi; Miss Ruth Ann Smith, Clifford Tober, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Turner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Bartow and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wilton. Mir. and Mrs. MEDORA — Forty Juniors attended the MacGomery Christian Service Camp last week. Two went from the Medora church — Frank and Arthur Tucker. This week is for intermedi- Mllford Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. I Forty-seven were en- Christopher Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. | roUed Monday . Those goin g Glenn Rhine and Jame, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cameron and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Powell and family, Medora. Attend Potluck Dinner MEDORA — A number from f i o m Medora are: Connie Gross, Terry, Teddy and Judy Ringhausen, Mary' Cameron, Brenda and Billy Watson and Kathleen Tucker. Farewell Dinner MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Building or remodeling? First of all, investigate the electric heat pump automatically keeps your building... pleasantly warm In fall and spring.. cooled in summer. comfortably heated In wlntor! The greatest development In heating and air conditioning in over 50 years With the electric heat pump, you limply set your thermostat at the deeired temperature-* then forget •bout it! Your borne, business building, or plant will be heated or cooled M needed... automatically t». every day of the year. Thou- lands of installations now in use. You, too, can enjoy the ultimate in beating and air conditioning convenience, comfort, control. Befort you build or remodel, investigate the electric beat pump—the modern way to temperature control 1 •LICTRIC HlATINO- wondir of th* •/•elr/e UNION ELECTRIC this area attended a potluck j Jesse H U ff entrtained with a dinner Sunday at the home of!f arewe ij supper for their son, _ — !j esse c >t Huff, Airman 2/e, i Sunday evening, Airman Huff is, leaving Thursday for Travis; Airforce Base, California. On; Sunday he leaves for overseas. I where he will be stationed on Guam. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huff and family, Jerseyville;. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mills and family, Shipman; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cameron, Airman 2/c Jesse Huff and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Huff Sr. j Kboury League Picnic MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gable and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tairghetta and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Milner and family, Mrs. Gertrude Mohr and family and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Russel. St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailey, attended the Khoury League picnic dinner 1 Sunday at the park in Shipman.. Medoru Notes MEDORA - Gary Smith,. Tommy Ryder and Lloyd Bow-! ker are attending Illinois Baptist Camp at Lake Springfield this week. Mr. and Mrs, Donald Cameron drove to Carmi Saturday and were accompanied home by Ray Storey, 12, of the Children's Baptist Home for a three-week vacation in their home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Frueh returned home Saturday from Mayo Hospital, Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and family, Peoria, are spending the week with the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers and other relatives. Mrs. Nellie Barnes has returned from a visit with her nieces, Mrs. Wess Pursey. Carlinville. and Mrs. Lloyd Prultt, Hettick. | George Mercer returned home Sunday from a vacation visit with (relatives at Cleveland, 0.. Ft. Thomas, Ky.. and Chicago. His brother, Edward Mercer, of Chicago, accompanied b 1 Hi home for a visit. 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A post* uard will do.--Adv. . i win H< f,i !!! 1 s::: t mi PIT In prizes Best 1 Recipe GRAND PRIZE ... . 9 ill each category $25 first $15 second $10 third for your favorite recipe in the ALTON i:VUM\<P TELEGRAPH RECIPE CONTEST \Ti;« AS MA2NY AS YOU WOULD LIKE— CATEGORIES JUDGES Winning entries will be published in a Telegraph Special Cookbook edition. 1. Salad and naiad dressing. •,'. Vegetables (including soupt) 3. Casserole dishes 4. Meats 5. Fish and poultry 6. Desserts 7. Cakes and cookies 8. Pie ». Breads 10. Outdoor cookery '~ r ' 1. Miss Ruth Shank (Chairman) Home Economic! Director, Union Electric Company, St. Lonuj. 2. Mrs. \V. G. Grundfield, Home rjconomiit, MonticeUo College. 3. Mis* Jane Henry, Director of Home Economic* and Lunch Service, Alton Board of Education. 4. Miss Amy Stalling*, Home Economic*, Civic Memorial High School, Betbulto. 5. Mr*. Eileen Weitdler, Madison County Home Adviwtr, lidwardsville. H. Mrs. Millie Murbarger, Home Economic*, Rovuna High School. nt ^| $$>r w 6. Auyt •LiOTRIO HBATINQ OOftTft !.••• THAN YOU MAV TMINKI for lull lnfornwil*n •bout our now wlntor rates* Call HOwa/d 5-7711 sstfiiS mutt your entry 1\OW! ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH

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