Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 3, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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f»AO« TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, I960 Ph»a Baptist Church to Burn MortgageSunday Ml. Zion Baptist Church of PtasH has scheduled a mortgage bunting isrvmony for Simdav . The J9Yr J-H Club at FtPdlrr, ;i former Rev pastor and now minister ot Urs1 ic,, n , m ,. Florissant Baptist Church in St Louis, will spmk Following thr moiiiing ser\-icc tiierr will be a politick dinner at noon. At 2 p.m. Hie mortgage burning ceremony will begin ' SHIPMAN — Tin 49rr 4-H Club j i met Saturday night at the Howard | (Sampr home with 11 members! nnd the leader. Thomas Connors.'. Deninnslralions were given by | Janice Rutherford. James arnlj Robert Mills Jo( Reed and James Mills were! named lo arrange a basket ball i land at the Shipman Home in Autrust. Joan Reerl pliiyii a piano solo. Re- freshmeiits were served. Nathan entertain the club on Foilles will August I'.'. Home Bureau Trip SHIPMAN—The Shipman Home Pearlie Haycraft has been "elected |H Urrai , will have their annual va- to burn the mortgage. The Rr\ iculion nip on Thursday. August Cleo Zinn is pastor of the church.i is rh,, dale formerly announced Home From Canip .was an error. The group will have Alice Ann Broil wiser and Jerr\ j dinner at "The Gardens" and tour Halliday returned over the week-jibe "House ot Sunshine" in Litch- end from "Little Grassy Camp."; field near Carbondale, wliei-e they ha\-e Hhiptiuni Notes been serving as councilors of th« SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Meibodist church camp. George Caveny are parents ot a Other local M.Y.F. mem her* daughter born Sunday at Carlin- who spent last week at camp wen^villr Area liospital. The baby Patty Aldridge, Lenora Maxwell..has been named Moniea Mau- Uianna Baker. Jill Pointer andieen. Mary Lou Halliday. Mrs. Clem Less and son o( Bethalto visited friends in Shipman Monday. She is the former Miss Joan Enlow. Mrs. Mildred Crocker Is a medical patient at St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield. Mrs. Clark Jenkins is suffering from pneumonia at St. Mary's Hospital in Kankakee. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wheeler returned home Sunday from Havana where (hey were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. t'dell Meyers since Friday. Mrs. David Atterberiy. David, Don and Barbara of New Orleans. La., are visiting their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cravens, and son. L. B. Helton was moxed to the Carlinvillc Area hospital Monday. Mi>. Bertha Crtug is visiting j in Bloomington with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Young. Eld rod fcldred Notes Miss Sherry Shitm returned to her home at North Little Rock, Ark.. Sunday, after spending a week with her aunt. Mrs. Marion Wildhagen. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Portwood and daughters of Rosewood Heights, were Saturday evening supper guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Portwood. Mrs. Ethel Vandendter of Versailles and son. Dale Hall, and grandson, Kurt Hall, of Brussels, Belgium, called on their uncle. ! Lindsay Camerer. at the home of 'Mrs. Cecil Bechdolt. Thursday. i Saturday .guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Howdeshell were: Mr. and j Mrs. Rector Heimer of Quincy and Pete Klunk of Kampsville. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bushnell and daughter, Linda, were Sunday evening dirtier guests in Jerseyville of Mr. and Mrs. Russel McFain. Mrs. Clifford Newton and daughter Susan, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bushnell. They were accompanied home by New ton. who had spent the past two weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Zeth Johnson and daughter of Meadowbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krouse and daughter of Edwardsville, and Mr. and Mrs. James Jones and chtl dren of Wood River visited Sun day at the Edward Havelka home Mr. and Mrs. William Clendenny and family of Pittsfield, and Pau Abbott were Sunday dinner guest Scenic Wonder Ramlxiw Bridge, scenic natural arch in Utah, rises 309 feel to a graceful arching span of 27S leet and is almost broad enough to frame the U.S. Capi- Itol. TM«O it Mir* d*«rth to j*f m-carrying roach** ' and many Mnhtalfhy and j d»strticHr» houtchold i 4 M. fk,. 39* \ 2. DID YOU KNOW! Savers ot Piosa FIRST FEDERAL, the home of E. I. P.'s, invested more than $1,800,000.00 during the 12 month period ending June 30, 1960. You ore on E. I. P. at Piasa FIRST FEDERAL Lvtremely Important Person Piasa First Federal STATE & WALL STS, PHONI HO 5-2555 of Mr. and Mrt. Donald Adcock. 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