Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 3, 1950 · Page 3
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January 3, 1950

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FAOI Masons Install At Greehfield G, P, Entrekin 1950 Head Of Group GREENFIELD, Jan. 3.—(Special.)—George Perry Entrekin has been Installed excellent high priest of the Royal Arch Masons. Other officers are: king, Kenneth Parks; scribe, Harold Garrison; chaplain, George Hill; captain of hosts, Grover Bauer; principal sojourner, Virgil Bauer; Royal Arch captain, Amol Greer; master of third veil, Fred Burnham; master of second veil, Wlllard Hamilton; master of first veil, Ralph Haven; sentinel, Martin Roth; steward, Wayne Schlld. Martin Roth Is retiring excellent high priest. Virgil Bauer, George Hill, and Charles P. Entrekin, past excellent high priests were Installing officers. Fred Burnham wai Installed worshipful master of the A. F. A A. M. lodge; E. R. Fosse, senior warden; Amol Greer, junior warden; Ray Spencer, chaplain; Dale Hammon, senior deacon; Willard Hamilton, junior deacon; Orvflle Griswold, senior steward; L. F. Morris, junior steward; Raymond Galligher, marshal, and Melvln Greer, tyler. Past worshipful masters, Frank Burrows, George Perry Entrekin, and Kenneth Parks were installing officers. Parks Is the retiring worshipful master. Jesse B. Parks was re-Installed treasurer and Hugh A. Shields, secretary, of both chapters. Auxiliary Meeting GREENFIELD.—M embers of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet in the Legion Hall at 7 p. m., Wednesday for a potluck supper and regular meeting. Death of Former Resident GREENFIELD.—Relatives have received word of the death of Carson Hammot, 96. in Pasadena, Oal. He formerly resided here and moved to California many years ago. He had been residing with his sister, Mrs. ,Doll Metcaif, an-t died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. J. S. Mackcy of Pasadena. '.;. ureentleM Note* GREENFIELD.—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Costello at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton, Saturday. Robert Price has returned to Illinois Wesleyan University at Bloomington, after spending his Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo K. Price. Miss Blllie Lou Brummell of Wood River, also a student'nt Wesleyan, was a guest at the Price home several days and Mr. and Mrs. Edward White and Bob Brlnkle, students at the university, visited at the Price home Saturday. Their homes are In Little Rock, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Adklsson and children of University City, Mo., have returned home after a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Price. Miss Jean Mitchell, who is employed In St. Louis, visited over the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mitchell. George M, Hill and daughter, Mrs. Charles Fesler, attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hill In Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Fesler and daughter, Judith, returned to Harvey Monday where Mrs. Fesler Is an instructor In the English department at the Thornton Township High School and Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tucker and son spent Christmas with Mrs. Tucker's parents in Elton, La. Joe Weber of Asbury Park, N. J., lias been visiting his mother, Mrs. E, F. Eckman, who was critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Weber of Detroit, Mich., are planning to move here and assist with the care of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hill jr., and daughters, Janet and Nancy will leave this week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hill In Oklahoma City. They will also spend several weeks In California ivhere they formerly resided and Haiti Missionary to , Speak at Greenfield GREENFIELD, Jan. 3.—(Special.)—Dr. John Turnbull. an evangelistic missionary in Haiti, will be speaker at a special meet- Ing of the Pleasant Point Baptist church at 7:30 Thursday evening. Dr. Turnbull will speak on the subject: "The Magic Island of Haiti," and will show pictures in color, The public Is Invited. All Day Meeting of WSCfl GREENFIELD. — Mrs. Russell Riggs has arranged the program, "The World Must Learn to Read," for a meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service at 2 p. m. Wednesday. The sewing group will meet, at 10 a. m. and Mrt.. Martin Roth is chairman of the committee serving lunch. Plant Growth Rushes Season In Foster Twp. FOSTERBURG, Jan. 3 — While "spring may not, be bustin' out all over" it's certainly making some headway In this vicinity for violets and dandelions are blooming, buds arc appearing on soft maples, and sprouts may be seen on quince bushes. * Pastures have been green all fall and winter because of mild temperatures and adequate rainfall Wheat sprout, most, of them several inches above the soil, appear hearty, but probably could use a protective covering of snow. Most farmers in this area took advantage of the mild dry November to husk their corn. Some corn remains in the shock and is likely to remain in the field for some time because of muddy terrain. Black-top roads in this area, which annually are broken up bad* Brighton BRIGHTON— Mr. and Mrs. John Crest and children, Johnny and Lillian, Equality, and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sisk, West Hope, N. D., left Saturday after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lively. Sisk Is the brother of Mrs. Lively's mother, Mrs. G. K. Crest, who is ill at the Lively home where she is spending the winter. W. T. Lively and Miss Gladys Lively, East St. Louis, spent Thursday at the Lively home. James Blair has returned to Fellesmere, Fla., where he Is employed, after spending a week with ly by freezing and thawing, are still In good condition. Most of them were repaired last summer after undergoing one of the severest freezing and tnVving periods in several seasons last year. his parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. H. Abbott. Mrs. George Bla'.r and Virgil Jones returned Sunday to Carbondale, where they will resume their studies at Southern Illinois University. Burial •- services were conducted for Mrs. Katie Jones, Woodburn, in the Brighton cemetery, Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, Leroy, attended the services. Mrs. Cliarles Hoffman, Manteno, spent, the weekend in the homes of her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Bott, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwird Kuehne). Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kuehnel were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McGulrc and daughter, Caroline Sue, Wayne Bloninger, and Rhea McGulre, Wood River, William McGulre Jr.. Peoria, Nettie Hart, Jackson, Term., and Jewel Hoettgers, Alton. Their Monday guests were Mrs. Katie Massula, Alton, Mr. and visit Hill's mother, Mrs. Helen Strang Hill, and his sister, Mrs. Parker Howard, in San Francisco, Calif. Remember the Song: "Did You Ever See A Dream Walking?" -* ! Drop Into Our Showroom Tomorrow ... And See The New Dodge * -*HOEFERT BROS., Inc. Talking" 827 E. BROADWAY ALTON Mrs. Albert. Kuehnel and ton, Ernest, MM. Annie B. Schmidt, Alvln Bachman and Mrs. Viola Bachman. Mrs. Emma Schrlber left this morning for her home In Marengo, Ind., after spending tt»e past two weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. John Down and relatives In Alton. Miss Mickie Michael, Alton, spent Christmas week with her aunt, Mrs. Leroy Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Johnson, Wood River, Mrs. Ruth Kelsey, and Mitt Berth* &6uU*f were New Year's day dinner guests it the home of Mr. wid Mrs. Willard Kelsey In Carllnvllle. Th« dinner honored the Wrthday flf Mr. Kelsey. Dr. and Mrs. F. N. 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