FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE CARNIVAL By Dick Tauter Library Plans Fixtures, Shelves At Greenfield "I just said that if the world's people ever do start to live like one big happy family we're in real trouble!" the Rev. Faher John Sheahan : 'Will conduct mass at 8 a.m. Medora Church Program Listed MKDORA — The Rev, Donald Harmon ofi East Alton will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school Mwlora 10 a.m. MEDORA — Mi Robert Wise and At (he Baptist Church the Kev. Ward Spencer will preach at 10-13 Wrt " K a.m. and % p m. Sunday scoool. n>K 9:45 a.m. The Rev. Joseph Dana will bo Mjv;s Janjcp Uwjs Qf MlQj] at the Summcrvillc Presbyter,- |ws |jecn dj |he week wjth an Church Sunday at 10 ».m ,„.,. cousj|| Mary ^ j^^ Sunday^ school, a a.m. M ,. and M , v Colone , Hea| rhe Roy. Jam,s Boyor of Ray- am , famj , y were ,. W(?dnes . mond will preach at the Christ.- d pvcni of Mj . and Mrs an church Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Lyman Fleming . Sunday school at 9:30. A potluck Rogcr Rce(J reported Thursday dinner will be held at the camp a( S( Louis for army servjce grounds following the morning - service for the Rev. Boyer and family. At the Bethel Baptist Church James Pepper, technician at Jersey Community Hospital, will speak at 10:30 a rn and 7:'.W p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Junior MYK at 7 p.m. Sunday school at the Kempcr Baptist Church at 10 a.m A baptismal service will be held in the afternoon at '.' p.m. The Rev. Harry Potter of Kane will administer the ordinance. At St. Johns Catholic church. GREENFIELD — Mrs. Wil- Lahr. who wa;* recently elected president of the public [library, met with the board of trustees Wednesday night. Among, ithe business discussed were plans 'to install new light fixtures and to have shelves made for additional books. Purchase of. new (books was discussed including a ;sel of reference books for chil-j dren, and referred to the book' committee. Miss l,urile Bamett,! chairman, Mrs. Richard Cole, Mrs. Frank Purks, Mrs. John Vandaveer, and Mrs. G rover L. Bauer. Birth Announcement!) GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Sanson are par-j ents of a daughter, their fourth' child, born Monday al Boyd Memorial Hospital. Carrollton. Mr.: and Mrs. Sanson now have two boys and two girls. i Mrs. Danny Edwards and in-i fant son have returned homej from Boyd Memorial Hospital. | This is the first child of the c.ou-| iple. Mrs. Edwards is the for-| |mer Ida Belle Bailey. <•re.cn Held Note* ' i I'lcnlr l'o»tponed ' GREENFIELD — Mrs. G rover- i MEDORA — Thr picnic plan- L Bauer, Mrs. Maurice L. Mel-( ined by the Modernette Club for v 'n, Mrs. Floyd Wilton, Mrs^ their families and scheduled for'.J«n™s Nash > and M'' s - Clyde; un -;Cole, will attend .the 50th atlni-: jversary meeting of the organiza-| it ion of the Manchester Order of i Eastern Star chapter Friday night. ! A group of OES members from Nancy Hill are attending th« Baptist Youth Camp at Lakt Springfield this week. They will return homr with Mrs. Byron Hill Jr. Saturday. Janet Hill and Kristen Nell will attend the Baptist Camp next week and Mrs. Carl Nell will accompany them to Springfield Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Linder returned home Tuesday after a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. J. Doyle, In Springfield. Mrs. W. C. Buchan an of Alton spent Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. Linder and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Story. John Lindei o( Wood River spent Tuesday with his mother, i INDIA I ROE!) TO fc*TEK IMKIMENTARY HELD An appeal for India's entry into the documentary picture field was recently made to a private sector (it the film industry by C. Subra- nmnian. the Slate's Finance Minister Subram;miam. inaugurating a film festival in Madras to |K)pulari/e documentaries, said there is unlimited scope for the production of this type of film in India. til Sund;iy AUK. and Mrs. Mil. Thui ' sdlay: Greenfield will attend a meeting' ( . I IH>;NI ior a weeks visit with hlS; ; parents. Mr. and Mrs. in Carrollton'Saturday when state officers will pay an official visit to the Carrollton chapter. Susan and Jennifer When Wat Your PILLOW Sterilized Last? PILLOWS $1.19 August Special Fr«e Pick-Vp and Delivery 909 E. Bdwy. HO 5-8877 WESTERN IOE STORES 6 E. Broadway DID YOU KNOW! \ 1. Savers at Piasa 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. 2. You are an V E. I. P. at Piasa FIRST FEDERAL "Extremely Important Person Piasa First Federal STATE & WALL STS. PHONE HO 5-2555 Molee ui' MOW the ELECTRIC way ukttc ELECTRIC HOUSEWARES wiwm ELECTRIC POWER MOWERS and you give the finest OILUXI AUTOMATIC MIXMASTIM MIXfft 12 convenient mixing speeds with handy mixing guide. Exclusive thumb-tip beater ejector. Complete with sturdy stand and'small glass mixing bowls. 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