Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 31, 1949 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, December 31, 1949
Page 16
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RNA at Medora Baptist Group To Convene at Medora Tuesday MEDORA, De<S,\3%(Spedal) Arbor Vitae camp?, Royal 'Neigh MEDQRA, Dec. 31» (Special)— bors of America, The monthly minister's evening, at the home', of Mrs. Jane Shields, re-elected officers for the baptfgT Association will tie held Mrs. Mamie Rice! vice-\iracle,"Mrs. y-s, In Mt> Pleasant Baptist Harriett Warner; past oracle, Mrs. Church, Medora, Florence Gllvttorth; chadcelior, Mrs. and-afternoon sessions and a pot yioja Peek; recorder, Shields; receiver, Mrs. Viola Plog- meni at noon. ger; marshal, Mrs. Ida Burns; In- The speakers listed for'the taorn- tier sentinel, Miss Jessie Barnes! ing sendee are outer sentinel, Mrs. Elsie McCrel Stratton, Carlinville, and the' US'! and manager, ; Mrs.-Stella Wil- session wJll follow. Addresses in the afternoon will managers Jure Mrs. t:. v C. Wood .and Mrs. Nellie t-HAPPA MOVE TWENTV- nve JALOPIETS rser YeRS...BUT HERE IT IS/, be by, the Rev. ONLY WANTEP TO GET MV UMBWEUA/ Appointive officers will Springfield, and the Rev. Walter rrsMove.T'GeT ELMER'S/ be- named later. •, — A r i. Miller, Hillsboro. Heriry 'Admire The camp dpnateil $5 to the Sal- eowwv to CAUSE Vqu so MUCH vation Armyj >trs.>Rice was-el.ect- will also speak. ed delegate and-, Mrs. Shields, alternate, to the' state camp', which convenes in Aprils- < • , The January meeting will be at the home of Mrd. Stella Wilton, Medora Notes MBDORA—Wayne Cox is visiting in Fidelity'with'his aunt, Mrs. Effie;, Long. and'"sons, Dick and ^Charles, Installation conducted, Following the .meeting, members exchanged gifts and refreshments Bart Wayirian homes Friday. were served. Fenton Funeral Bites Mrs. Eva'Carter Returned Thursday from Springfield, where .she had spent the Christm MEDORA — Funeral. Robert Feritqri, 'son 6t tOTI). IMfr BY MA MftVltfcJ! Mrs.-Russell D tor of the United terfield, conducted day. A < newsstand, MAJPR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By WILLIAMS CHUM'S , WAITIN' FOR VOU TO GO UR--BUT •SOME NIGHT WE'LL FIND HIM CHOKEP HOW DO I KNOW— UNLESS ITS CUZ HE OOES up BV NOTCHES ABUSES THAT PER A SAFETY KETCH, SO HE WOMT LOSE WHUT HE'S <3A1MEP. 22»*!£KiZEi*iEl» ti— r~ ^^TJ-VI w T**r» !•*• »»>i mmm ?|fcU, MOMSY «drA DIGNIFIED PfiftHAPS—BUT Ho PAPSR HATS/ POOLII4& VOO HAMGIN' HIS HEAD THRU THEM SppKES' WHAT'S HE CO THAT Mrs. Byrorf Fenton, ChesteVfieldi were held Friday afternqon from. Warner Chapel, Medora.•'''- ','$'• Burial followed In Keller cemetery, west of Chesterfield. ' The ReV. T. C. Henderson, T»as" "•- -• •• • church, Ches* the - services. Music was furnished by Mrs. Mary Metcalfe and Mrs. Fay Doughty, accompanied by Mrs. Earl Shelfon. Pallbearers were James .Pointer, Howard Snldle, * Nelson ' Fentop, Pete Burns, 1 Wendell Dowland and James Brooks. Agency'Changes Hands MEDORA — Miss. Anna May Bowker will take over the newspaper and magazine agency from her brother, Milford Bowker, Sun- 8x10, has been erected on Main street, jusit north of the William J4emper barber shop, on the Kemper lot, where she 'will be located. Sunday papers maybe secured beginning tomorrow at the new location. Miss Bowker, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Bowker, Is a graduate of Medora High School. She" will be the newspaper carrier during week days. Buried at Kemper MEDORA — The body of Mrs. Willlngs, AUon, widow of Willlngs, who died'Wed- nesday night in St,'Joseph's Hospital, Alton, was brought to Kemper Saturday afternoon and interred in Kemper cemetery, fol lowing funeral rites at Calvary Baptist Church, Alton. Mrs. V^llllngs was a former resident of this community, the family moving to Alton 25 years ago, She was a daughter of the late Andrew and Lydia Stotler. Two daughters, son, a sister, and a brother survive. Sold at Public Sale MEDORA—H. S. Chism, residing north of Medora, held a public sale Thursday of livestock and farming Implements, a*-Well as his 80- aore farm. W. S."Reno, Plasa, was season in Baiter, ns, Mrs, Sellna Chism', and -Mrs,"Henry Fricker were4n'JerseyvSiie'Friday. , Bilty Fricker spent * Thursday night and Friday, with her' grandmother, Mrs. Nancy" Wood, «Sast of town. * Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chism and daughters, Marilyn/arid Gloria, tuid Mrjs. Lqe,Gross, ,Carliriy)lle, Visited Thursday afternoorf.'wlth Mr, arid Mrs. Robert Burns. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Sanders spent Wednesday In St. Louis. Jerry, f Son of Mr* apd Mrs. Vincent -Peebles,' has . been ill • this week. ; Mrs. Howard Alberts, "Alton,, and Miss Connie Cardwell, Roodhouse,, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chism, Mrs. Wendell Warner took her grandfather, H. E. Warner, to Carlinville'Trlday. duests Thursday at-the home of, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Well were Mrs, Alice Winchell, Mrs. Evelyn Blair and family, and Mrs. Earl Tungett and son, Jimmle, all of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kahl, Shipman, and grandsons, Bill and Rfch- ard Kahl, Taylorvllle, were guests Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kahl. Mrs, H,arold Tucker spent Thursday in St. Louis. Mrs. L. E. Wilton spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs." George Nixon, Summeryille, Barnes attended a '."Waita minute { 'tfJLl hays 'to • • - ! 'fintf,but if'I caritak'el post-Christmas "dinnert**Friday\at; the home of Mr. ai Pursey, Carlinville.', Alice. Carrpll spent*' Friday with Linda ,Gaifhey, r near Fidelity. t , "' Jivjrt«. T\ M «l! Tit*._i.». tf i^'AAC'j.t r f; •'JMiss Doris Ritchey," WedneSday-evening with' rspe Maska. . _ Mr. and Mrs. RllcharA ( 'O'riara, St, Louis, were *guesW Wednesday afternoon ot Mr. and MrsTT. T. Bddleman. r i j Mrs. R. E.' Carney an'd^ children, Virginia, Nancy and Dickie/ Girard,'spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. William" Se,ar}es,,I Mr. and Mrs.'J.. W. Jones,'Greenfield, visited, Tuesday ""/with. C. C. Wood. ./,. i , - f ,t Mr. and, Mre. James; sW H Kemper, were > guesy*' 1 Thursday evening of Mr. and' 4 Mrs. R, E. Warner. , > •.» Mrs. George Nixon and ^iss Al- jerta Nixon visited .Thursday-afternoon with .Miss Clara Nixon'and Mrs. Viola Nixon." Mrs. j$>. T.'WiltOn and^ daughter,. Miss Patty,, Mrs. daughter, Friday evening" Herbert Jtoore, Piasa. Mr. and j ,M^s., .Paul f Roosevelt, Charleston, are', Visiting .;„ at' the__ home of M^lloosevelt's sister,' - ~ Mrs. ' B. Wood, , Mr, -and Mrs. > ijarold ' Pepria, 'are Nfew Year's weekend- guests of Mrs-rc^'C^Wood^. , ' GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING H**^l fl f\ \i/ KIEf &Li*jJI i H • |l I'riirniii .mil (, 11:1 riiiilt-i il S,TMC<- HOMOGENIZED MILK l.t -:i.itc >i|. AI.'I'UN. II.I. % JUST TO ... . THANK EACH, ONE .,"' " V '' ^ j" i t ^ * ,,. ,who few been so loyal fo, tlkf \ * i r * ' ," TA us tkrfrth&,pw? : yGiffiwand to \ ! • hope, sincerely"far*'a veny HAPPY > X } ' *• it'4 - %'-^f^ •'.*.%*& ^/ v7'v f >' ^ ^ )> I

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