Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 4, 1960
Page 21
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ALTtW EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUbUSi 4, ft ftn * ««.»«. Mi. to* ».». f«i. e* Will Buy New Front Doors for Shipman Church SHIPMAN - At a Christian Aider rngptlni? at thp Methodist Church Mbnday members voted to buy rtew front doors for the church. Mrs. Delbert Lister nnd Mrs. Thomas B«ckfi«m were jbrought Rifts for newly-adopted named to the purchasing com-.children of two of the members. mittee. | The September meeting will be the organization made a $251 Sept. 8. Refreshment* were serv- donation to the Macoupin County Retarded Children's Assn. The women will meet at the church on Aug. 29 to make candy for the country store they will operate that week at the Shipman Homecoming picnic. Mrs. Delbert Lister spoke on ed by Mrs. David Packard, Miss Margaret Salzman and Mrs. Wilbur Weidner. ftmeftt n«m« SHIPMAN — The benefit softball games staged Sunday in The fish for the benefit was do- Mrs. Whittman is the tor-met nated by (he Kitchen KlatterjMiss Londa Jacobs. The grand- band. There were four games I parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph played by home teams against Jacobs and the great-grafw!- trams from Wilsonville a n dj parents are Mr and Mrs. Or* Brighton. SHtPMAN I)angtit<*r — Mr and Mrs. James Whittman are the parent* of a daughter born at St. Joseph's Shipman were well attended and'Hospital on Sunday. She has Jacobs. Shiftman Notes SHIPMAN — Shipman Sluggers, the 13 to 18 year old girls Softball team, will play the White Hall Rocketts Saturday at 6:30 at Rolla where he received a certificate for eight weeks of training at the high school science wmmer school. He Is a senior at Southwestern High School. Paul Kahl to visiting this week with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fenton, and sons at Chesterfield. $53 was cleared at the lunch'been given the name of Donna [p.m. at the Shipman diamond. Denise. They have a son, David! Gerald McLaughlhi has return- "How to Be Aware of Tell Tale I stand. Proceeds will be used for Signs of Old Age." Members!equipment for the girls teams.(Keith, age .16 months. from Missouri School of Mines A $30 million plan has been mapped to develop Andros, largest island in the Bahamas. Inflation On fhft Has* CHEYENNE, Wyo. <AP) flation has hit the Pony Express, too. Stamp collectors setrdmg a special cachet on the recent Pony Express centennial rerun paid $100 a half ounce. One hundred years ago the postal rate on the original Pony Express was $5 a half ounce, it was later lowered to $1 as the telegraph lines moved westward and offered more competition. "I wonder if Jimmy is too has this childish fear ynung for me, mother! He 1 of getting in debt!" Eastern Stars at Bunker Hill Men \ BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Lufh-; ella Bangert and Homer Jokisch.! worthy matron and patron of the! Brighton Chapter of the Order of 1 the Easter Star, served as guest matron and patron at a meeting Tuesday evening of thr Bunker Hill Chapter. Other offices were filled by the regular Brighton officers. 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