Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 5, 1950 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 5, 1950
Page 10
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PAOITttN ALTON tVlNtttO TELEGRAPH THURIDAY, JANUARY VI** Baptists Elect AtCcntcrville Miss Virginia D«y Heads Auxiliary SHIPMAN, .T«n. S (SpeciAl) — Miss Virginia Dey wag elected president of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of the Centervllle Baptist Church, Monday evening. Other officers elected were Miss Wanda Modlln, vice president; Miss Dolores Rodgers, secretary; Miss Marian Bosomworth, treasurer; and Mrs. John Rlgler, program chairman. A pot-luck supper WHS enjoyed •t the home of the leader, Mrs. Homer Bohlmeycr. The election followed the supper. Miss Rodgers, Mrs. Pllger, and Mrs. Wilbur Weidner, guests, Joined the Auxiliary. Miss Marian Bosomworth is retiring president. Others present were Mrs. Marcus Snedeker and daughter, Adeline, Mrs. Roy Baker, Miss Shirley Davis, Miss Edna Mae Johnson, Miss Wanda Byrd and Carolyn Weidner; also Mrs. Thomas Harris and daughter, Ruth, Belhalto. Announces Church Service* SHIPMAN. — The Rev. E. W. Dickey announces services for Sunday as follows: Sunday school will be at 10 a. m. and worship service at 11 a. m., at the Shlpman Methodist Church. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a. m. and worship service at 7:30 p. m. at the Plalnvlew Methodist Church. The monthly pot luck supper 01 the Plalnvlew Church will be held •t 6:30 p. m. Jan. 10, at the Town Hall. Birthday* Honored SHIPMAN. — Mrs. Earl Blotna entertained for the third birthday • of her daughter, Mary Lynne, and Mrs. George Blotna for the second birthday of her daughter, Patsy, at the Earl Blotna home, Tuesday afternoon. The little girls present received a red ribbon bow for their hair and each child received a package and a balloon. Guests were Mrs. Glenn Myers and daughters of Bunker HID, Mrs. Eldon , Darr and daughter of Medora, Mrs. Louis Schllef and daughters, and Mrs. Donald Werts and sons of Brighton, Mrs. Dwight Darr and daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Lahr and children, Mrs. Floyd THE NEW 1950 OOOCE-r-Higher, wider, longer on the inside to provide extra headroorjn and legroom On the outside Dodge is' more compact with less overhang front and rear which makes parking simpler and easier. The new Dodge may be seen at Hoefert Brothers, Inc., Alton, and at Gloss Motor Co., Inc., Wood River. _ Darr and daughter and Mrs. Will Blolna. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. tthlprrmn SHIPMAN. — Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kahl, Tnylorvllle, were here Sunday and Monday and their suns, Darrcll and Richard Kahl, returned home with their parents after a weeks visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kahl and uncle, Wilbur Kahl. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Schoeneman and son were supper guests Tuesday of Mrs. Schooneman's sister Mrs. Melvin Buhs and family of Woodburn. Mrs. Knola Sawyer and children returned home Monday nfter visit at Wichita, Kan., with her brother, W. G. Harris and Mrs. Harris, Miss tola Kahl was n weekend guest of Miss Dolores Kddingt.on. Mrs, Lena Kulenkamp has returned from a visit at Fosterburg with her sister, Mrs. William Kruse. Mr. und Mrs. M. G. Kahl and children left Monday for their lome In Toledo, after a visit with Vtrs. Kohl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lockyer. Rev. J. A. Enright Goes to Brussels Former Head of Children's Home in Alton SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jan. 5. UP) —The Rev. Joseph A. Enrlght, chaplain at. St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, has been named pastor of St. Mary's Church at Brussels. The appointment was announced last. niRht hy Bishop William A. O'Connor of the SprinRfield Roman Catholic Diocese. Father Knrlght succeeds Msgr. Henry Schnelton, who recently became pastor at St. Bonifnoe Church, Qulncy. Father Enrlght formerly was superintendent of Catholic Children's Home at. Alton. A favorite dish In the French province of Champagne Is dandelion and bacon salad. Kane Japan has 8,000,000 radio re-1 ceiving sets. ' KANE—Mr. and Mrs. William Foster, Jerseyville, spent Monday with Mrs. Foster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Retherford, Mrs. Tom Drinnlng and daughter, Peggy Lee, Pine Lawn, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Garsel Reynolds, Miss Adeline Ferguson, and Charles Ferguson were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ferguson. The Rev. A. L. Schaffer, Green ville, filled the Methodist pulpit Sunday morning and the Rev. Schaffer, Mr. and MrsAHarry Fish jr., and children, Bonne Terre, Mo., were guests at dinner of the Rev. and Mrs. Fish. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Hopper, and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gelslmann, Wood River, visited Sunday with Mrs. Tom Hudson. Mr. ' and Mrs. Charles Brown and Miss Marjorie Turner went to Jacksonville Sunday to see Miss Turner's mother, Mrs. Clarence Turner, who Is In the hospital. Miss Gladys Reynolds returned CERTIFICATES AWAKDtD for 25-year membership in KiwaniS. From left: E. M. Huber, Walter L Budde, John V. KinzeUohn A. Crossheim. Carl A. Luer and,). J. Dromgoole also were awarded certificates, but were unable to be present.—Staff photo. National Bank Call Issued lor Dec, 31 today Ittual a call fflf • *•*•£** of the condition »« *«, Mj bank* at the clow at btwttiMi 31. IWASMtNeSTON, Jan. 5. <*>- . the comptroller of the currency Telegraph to Riverside Wednesday after spending the holidays with her sister, Miss Laura Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clanahan, Carrollton, visited Sunday at the Ralph Llnder and Mrs. T. J. Masterson homes. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Clark and son and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reynolds, Alton, were guests over the week end of Mrs. Ross Reynolds and family. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Goodall, Rockbrldge, spent Sunday with Mrs. Goodall's. parents, Mr. and Mrs, Jess Cone. The Rev. and Mrs. Mason Smith nnd Miss Helen Neel returned Sunday from Pittsburg, Pa., and Warren, Ohio, where they visited Paul Neel and Thomas Smith and their families. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Roady returned Monday from Champaign where they visited for a couple of days with their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Elston Roady. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sturmon were New Year's dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Stevens at Jalappa. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Calvey and children returned Monday to their home at McLeansboro after several days visit with relatives. The Misses Ruth, Marylu, and Linda Baugh, Jerseyville, spent the weekend at the Wlnfred Baugh home. New Year's dinner guests of Mrs. William Darr were Mr*. Bill Witt and son, Billy, Hettlck; Hayden Darr and family, Jalappa, Paul Carlton and family and Robert Olson, Wood River. 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