Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1960 · Page 12
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July 25, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAOB TWBLVfc ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JULY 25, 1980 New Bus Schedule Under Way Today 1 morning, t spokesman tor the i company said. . Tlie schedule change makes *^t_*. i. ' a11 bu** 18 fW ft t 30-mlnute inter- teuwflule for Citizens, vals eliminating morning and began thte, evening buses at 20-minute I Former nurses have started a ten-cent baby-watching service in St. Alton's, England. Mothers leave thetr .Infants tti a pram- park. tervals. he Said. Medora Church Class to Meet Mid- Week Specials! MICH imcrivE My 21, ft, 3? Qualify Meats t ft D. A Chok* ROUND STEAK. . , . - 79c Pare Bulk PORK SAUSAGE... 3 " $.100 ttkm LARD 2»»27c mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* Garden Fresh Home Grown GREEN BEANS 2 19c WATERMELONS 49cup PEACHES 3 25c CANTALOUPES 2 29c Broolct' BAR-B-Q SAUCE COFFEE, Folgers Welch's GRAPE JELLY . Extra Standard Quality PEACHES . . . Extra Standard Quality PEARS • • • bottle 2 Ib. 8 if .17 can JL 29c 4 No. 3 $100 cans I . . . 4 No. 2% $« .00 cans Grade HALF GALLONS Silver-Ridia Mkl. 636 Broadway East Alton Open Till 7 Friday Nile PEARL MKT. 835 Central Alton Open Till 7 Friday Xite RAIN ft RAIN State and Elm North Alton Open Till 9 Friday Mite MEDORA—Esther class of the Methodist Church will have a party for members and their families Tuesday evening on the church lawn. Arbor Vttae Camp of the Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mary Metcalfe, east of tototi. The Esther class of the Bethel Baptist Church will meet fuss* day evening, at the church. Hostesses, will be Mrs. Lester Gross and Mrs. Vern Searls. Medora Assembly of the Rambow for Girls will meet at the Masonic Mall Monday evening. The Missionary Society of the Kemper Baptist Church will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the church. Plan swimming Party MEDORA—A combined meet' ing of the Junior and Senior high classes and the BYF of the Bethel Baptist Church was held Friday evening al lha church and plans were completed for a swimming party Friday evening at the Wood River I poo). On Boat Trip MEDORA — Mrs. D. W. Voor- liees. Mrs. William Kemper, Mrs. Darrell Eddleman and sons, Myron and Warren, and Mrs. T. T. Eddleman went on a boat trip on the Admiral Friday. The main entertainment feature was the Tadpole Square Dancers in Madison, sponsored by the Mothers Club of that city. Four of Mrs. Voorhees' grandchildren, Mark and Eric and the twins, Susan and Sarah Barnett, were members of the j Square Dancers. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnett of Madison. Birthday Supper MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fricker entertained with a birthday picnic supper on the lawn for their daughter, Alana. 14 Present were Mrs. Stella [Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fricker and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mayerhofer of Brighton, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker, David and Brad, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fricker and Pamela. Meet at Bowker Home MEDORA — A group of girls met at the home of Mrs. Truman Bowker Friday afternoon and made moccasins for use at the Baptist Camp this week. daughter, Miss Carol, Nashville, Tetin., who have been spending a few days here wtth Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gilworth. left Friday for St. Louis to visit before PeofiaWomanCondttcts Bible School at Medora Houses Sold At Greenfield GREENFIELD - Three hous- MEDORA - Mrs. Ruth Clark of Peoria has been conducting a Bible school at the Gospel Mission in Medora the pastj es }n thc estate of Pauline Ha- week. Twenty-two children werr-iven Boti havf been sold as fol- enrolled. Awards were present-!' ows: ed the children, wlien it doled. I* 1 * residence of the late Dr. Medora Notes MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and family returned I brat Ion of the birthday Of Mrs. i Green. Miss Luctle Barnett spent several days last week with her sta- ter, Mrs. John Reno, ta BfWfi* ing. Another sister, Mrs. Harley Oustme, and Mr. Gusttne, spent fTMay in the Reno home and they were accompanied home by Miss Barnett. Mrs. John Cox and Miss Ln- cfle Barnett left Sunday for Normal, til., where they wiD attend a two>week session in music at nitnote State Normal UrtfWrtty. 1t»«y are ineriibets oi flit Hfc- ;mpntary sPhoof fewtrtt Mr. and Mrs. J. H. And Mr. and Mrs. Warren C«* SaWrdtoy evening. son. were dinner guests and Mrs. Bott was sold to Dar- tenant to JPeoria Saturday after a week's visit at the Rev. W. A. Summers home. for house east of residence, to James the Bott Lane for $1,900; and the former t. N. Haven house on College street, jto Mrs. Forrest B. Smith for $?,000. Mrs. Smith will occupy the house following a few interior changes. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD - Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Quest of St. Louis; returning home. Mr . ^ MrSg ftoy c rJitttine, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Summers. Jacksonville; Mrs. Robert Bur» who have been here and at Jer-1roughs and Sally and Susan, seyville on a three weeks' vacation visit, returned to Peoriu Friday. Floyd preached at the Pentecostal « Church bridge Thursday. at Rock- Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. George Green, Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs, Greer Burns, Miss Mildred Cook, Mrs. Carrie Houlihan, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bowker I Mrs. Warren Cook, and Mr. and drove to Springfield Saturday Mrs. E. E. Cook, were guests after their son, David, Tommy Rider and Darrell Fritz, who of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook at a fish fry Sunday evening at have been spending the week I Woodbine Country Club in at the Baptist camp al Lake| Springfield. Because South Aft-lean pineapple growers are switching to cattle and sheep, requiring less hired labor, a serious native unemployment problem has arisen around Grahamstown. Natives are not allowed to seek work in the towns. Following their work period, Ma's. Bowker served refreshments. Present were Arlene Hart, Mary Lou Luketich, Shirley Roberts and Sandra Good. Open Mon., Frl. Till » School Shoes Save 25 to 50% Boys' Oxfordi, Casual*, Girls' Tin, $A QO Straps. W a to 8 CilH) WESTERN SHOE STORES M4-06 E. Broadway NOW... 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