Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 27, 1960
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1'JGO Picnic Honors 3 at Medora MfcDORA — A pirmc supper was held nl flip homo of Mr. nod Mis T B Rnylp Si . celebrating the birthdays of his mother. Mrs ,1 I, Tohei. his son. T. B Ruyle ,Jr . and Mrs Edgar Ovcrhy. Those present were: Mrs. Edgar Overtn and family, Mr. and Mrs T B Ruylr .Jr.. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruyle and family. Misses Dawn Witt. .Jersey ville and Shirley Varhle. Mr and Mrs. T B. Kuylr Sr. Bill and Clifford Ruyle At Baptist Camp MEDORA — Thr Mnroupin Baplisl Association;)! Camp is in session this week at thr camp grounds near Girarri Spveral young people from the Baptist church here left Tuesday morning for the Camp. Mrs Truman Bowker mid Miss Sharon Hubbard went as counselors. The young (oiks suing were Arlene Hart. Sandra Good, Shirley and Donnie Roberts. Nina Andrews and Bill Fricker Transportation was provided by Mrs. Gilbert Hart. Mrs. Hen- r 'fy Fricker and Mrs. Lt-e Clark. Home From Trip ( ' >' MEDORA - Mi a n d Mrs. Colonel Ik'alev and son. Forrest, and .Mr* Kallir.ui Schaaf ha\'r returned Imnir Irom a vacation trip to l.aMarquc. Thr.v were cue.*t* ol Mr Mrs Stewart \\hile. Mr Mrs Fred HriYogonrath Mr. and Mr* Ross Scott. ing their absence their daughters. Stephanie was with hen brother. Colonel Healey Jr., in 1 Alton and Janice with her aunt, t Mrs. Lena Kruse. at Fieldon. Enlers Hospital MEDORA - Mrs. Eva Kell. who ha* hppr. ill entered the {'arlinville Arps Hospital Monday foi treatment Mrs George Wilton and Mrs. Bertha Rhoad* aetfimpanied her to the hospital Modora Note* MKHORA - Mi and Mrs I/an Stacev. Greg and Bruce, Springfield, were supper and evening guests of Mr and Mrs Ed- uai Overhy Steven. 'J .son of Mr and Mrs. Robert Brown, was brought home Sunday from Jersey Com- niumtv Hospital, where he had been n patient II L Maple and grandsons, Dennis and Bruee. spent Monday in Peoria with his brother. Herman Maple Clifford Ruyle is attending 1-H leaders camp at Monticello this week Jack Barkley is with his battery at Camp McCoy. Wis , for two weeks of training. Mr and Mrs Glenn Granboi*. Virginia. III. were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Robert Cunningham } Miss Pauline Flench, student nurse, in training at the Chil dren's Hospital. Chicago, visited over the weekend here with her parents. Mr. and Mr*. Roy French. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Lmvis and family has returned from n vacation in the Ozarks. Mr and Mrs. Martin Kitzmill- ei and family spent Sunday in Madison with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnetf. Tommy Smith is visiting his uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Kinder, at Golden Eagle. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Cline and family. St. Charles. Mo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. \Y E. Cline. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders returned to Iowa City. Iowa, after visiting relatives here and at Wood River. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith and Miss Kathryn Junes. Roodhonse, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rydei. They brought home Janice Ryder, vvho had been visiting in the Smith home. ;Mi ami Mrs. Harvey Byrnes iand daughters. Maplewood. Mo., ;arrived Monday for a vacation i visit with her grandmother. Mrs. 1 Bertha Rhoads. Medora Delegation At rinirrh Camp MEDORA — This is young pw ! pie's week at MneGomery Christian Service Camp. Twenty-eight young people are attending. The iRev. Maynard Waters of Pal- jmyra Is dean and the Rev Er- jnest Faber, a missionary from j Japan, is speaker. Those from Medora Christian iChurch attending are: Tra Jean ! Gross, Sue Rhodes. Sonny Cameron. Pearl Jones. Carmen Tucker. Billy and Junior Page. Last week was intermediate week and Ruth Ann Haney from the Indian Reservation in Ariona spoke. Attending from the Medora church were Mary Cameron. Connie Gross. Kathleen Tucker. Terry, Teddy and Judy Ringhnusen. The camp will close Saturday morning after being in session for three weeks. The Tower of Babel is not in existence. Here from Hospital MEDORA - Doris Ann, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gillespie of Roekhridge, was brought from the Children's Hos jpital. St. Louis, and is at the home I of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kirsch. for a while. The girl had been at the hos pital for tests and observation i due to a heart ailment. Return From Trip MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Gene Turner and family and Mrs. Marie Turner met Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hempen of Tiilsa, OklH.. at f'amdenton. Mo., wheif they spent several days' vacation at a summer resort there. On Sunday Mrs. Marie Turner accompanied her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hempen :back to Tulsa lor a visit and Mr and Mrs. Gene Turner and ilamily went to Gilliam. Mo., to visit her brother-in-law and sis<ter. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Pycke. returning home Monday night. Plan Social At Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mothers of Greenfield Rainbow Gills will sponsor an ice cream social fn connection with the hand cnn- jcert in the city pnrk Saturday might. Serving will start at 7:30 |p m. I Oeorge Rhode* Rltpa GREENFIELD — The Rev. •. Floyd Camp, pastor of Wrights i Baptist Church, conducted ftiner- :al services for George Rhodes at Shields Memorial Home Sunday afternoon Pallbearers were iVermm Koehm. L. E. Middleton. 'Jesse B. Paiks. Roy Hpttfck, 'Russell Finney, and Russell Riggs. Burial was in City Cemetery, White Hall. Oreenfleld Nolc* GREE\FIF.LD-Pvf. E2 Richard Langley. who has been sta- FPLUJW THE LfcAftfcft MILWAUKEE (AP)-Mrs Rose Marie Sabo's pet cockatoo flew out of fl window and into a tree. tioned at Ft. Gordon. Go., spent two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Langley, en route to army seiviee in Korea. Mrs. Don Frost of University City, Mo., has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. \V. Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Othel Spencer have returned from a visit with their son, Robert Spencer, who is stationed at Ft. Knox. Ky. VICTOR Adding Mnchlnei Cfllculntori 8«le»—Service . Rentals GODWIN OH-HE SI I'PIA, Inc. 114 E. Bdwy. I'h. HO8-77flB "Alton 1 * Commercial Stationer" Mrs. Sabo ellrnhed after It. The cockatoo climbed higher. So dtd Mrs. Sabo. Finally she found herself stranded above the reach of neighbors' ladder and someone called the fire department. Fiifmen removed Mrs. Sabo and Ihe bird. WAKEUF RARIN' TO GO Without N«ggltif Backache Now ! Youm n pel tht» fn*t relief you flpffl from mttfttinir linrknrh^, h< R»fn» hr and mu«M-ulnr IK-HI ••• nmt pnin« thnt nftcn rnusr ri'sf IfhS nitfht 1 * nmi nu^M phU- (h cfl-uut fcHiiig*. AVhm thnwe fHftcnmfoi-t* crimp on w ilh ovr-i'-pxri \i»n or nl\ cv« nnd strain —:»ii -Aunt M-lii f~wnnl. it fn^-t ! Annthrr (I'>lnr(iflncp may lie mlltl hlnrldcr i'iitnti<in ffiM'tw in« wmnti fond nrid dt iuk—nftrn "-i-t- tin« up R ipsllpjjs tmcomfm ttihlc ferlinqr. l»nnnV PilU work fn*l in 3 dcpmnte wn>- : I. hy Kpffdy pnin-relli'vinir ftrtinn to rti" tntnicnt nf ntiRKintr hnrkairhf, hf-H(J- ft* h*---, tmi*>ciitHr nchi-y «nt( painfl. 2. hy (MintMir; effect on hl^tldfr in itnttnn. 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