Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 28, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY.NINK Medora Class Has Picnic MEDORA — The Esther class of the Methodist church had »ts annual picnic on the church lawn Tuesday evening, with their families as guests. Twenty-five were present. E. T. Hunt, Dr. F. 3 Hunt. T. T. Eddleman. A. E. Frueh. Blaine Thompson, George Wilton and their wives, lister Cox and Darrell Eddleman and families, Mrs, Alice Powell and son, Mrs. Anna Curr. Mrs. William Kcmper awl Mrs. Louise Sanders attended. IMhel Class Meets MEDORA - Mrs. Vern Searls and Mrs. Lester Gross were host- essr>sto the Esther class of the Bethel Baptist church Tuesday evening at the church. Eljtflt members were present. Mrs. Kverett Jones read an article on "Faith" as a special and Mrs. Earl Ridley had the devotions. Mrs. Herschel Frit?! was in charge of the Bible study and Mrs. Howard Carroll provided the entertainment. Refreshments were served. M«'tlora MKDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Eu-| Rpnr Murray and (amity. Tuseola., III., arrived Tuesday evening for a va'-ation visit with her mother. Mrs. Evelyn Burrls. Mr. and Mrs. William Pope and: daughters and Misses Ann Me-! Creary and Ruth Ann Pope. stu- ; dent nurses at St. Luke's Hospital.' St. Louts, spent several days on n trip to Smithville, Tr-nn., where thf-y were guests of Miss MK'rea- ry's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs Carl Good. Thry returned home Tuesday evening. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stanton Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Talc Jr., and family and Larry and Jerry Moxvrey. all of KaM Alton Dennis Summers and Dennis Greenwood are vacationing this week with their grandparents at Kdwardsville. GreeneCounlySpeaking Contestant Chosen CARROLLTON — Miss Mary Adkins of White Hall and Robert Devening of Kane will represent Greene County at the state public speaking and demonstration contest Aug. 18 at the Illinois State Fair. The tu'o were chosen at the county speaking and demonstration contest Tuesday evening at City Hall. Miss Adkins will be in the state speaking contest and Devening in the state demonstration contest. The judge Tuesday evening was Robert Weatherall of Jerseyville, Jersey County assistant farm adviser. Entertains C'la.s* CARROLLTON Mrs. Ivan Beebe took members of her Sunday School class in the Junior Department ol the First Baptist Church on a swimming party Wednesday to Nichols Park in Jacksonville. C'arrollton Note* CARROLLTON — John Robinson returned home the last of the week from Creve Coeur where he had spent three weeks with his uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. William Long, and had accompanied the Long family on a 10-day U'ip into northern Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lind and three children of West Covina, Calif., left Monday for Chicago after a visit here with l.ind's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds and son returned home Wednesday from a vacation triu to Myrtle Beach, S. C.. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hilleary. They also visited S/Sgt. and Mrs. Robert B. Smith at Sumter. S. C., and other friends in Virginia and in Ohio. Miss Debbie Lynn Long of Creve Couer arrived Thursday and is a guest until Sunday 01 her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. . Clarence Johnisee. Miss Long's parents. Dr. and Mrs. William Long, will spend the weekend at the Johnisee home and accompany their daughter home Sunday. Mrs. William Hobson and three sons will go to Oak Park to spend a few days with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Starkey, and attend the three-day Lind fam-| ily reunion at the Starkey home. Paul Pressler, Froman Holtswarth, Henry Kirhach. Carl Shefler, Nelson Snidle. Allen Nichols. Kennel h Davis and Arthur HalJock spent Tuesday in Bloomington where they attended a director manager meeting sponsored by the Illinois Farm Supply Co. Ships For See, Not S»» ENGLEWOOD, N. J. — Alexander S. Law has worked on the creation of miniature historic ships since the early 1830*. But the ships themselves are not the complete finished product. Bach of the 15 ships he has produced is housed in a homemade cabinet which has a velvet- lined drawer at the base. And in the drawer, he keeps the first edition of a book or a hlitoricel document pertaining to the story of the original ship or an outstanding event in its camr. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily I NATIONAL FOOD STORES YOU'LL LOVE THAT NATIONAL MEAT so fine it's Guaranteed! 4 ^ U, S. GOVT. INSICTID U. S. GOVERNMENT GRADED CHOICE CHUCK ROAST W« R«i«rvt Hit RifM to Limit QutntitiM U. S. COVT. INSPECTED, GRADE FARM-FRESH •A" CHICKEN PARTS SALE LEGS AND THIGHS Ib. 45c BREASTS Ib. 55e BACKS 2 IBs. 29c WINGS Ib. 29c At National we consider no sale of our "Value-Way" Meats complete until the items purchased have rendered complete satisfaction. Refund or replacement, National's courtesy way, If you are not fully satisfied with your purchase in our Meat Department. 1st Cuts Lb. tj. g. Covt. 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