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THUMDAY, JANUARY I, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH iptist Group Meets at Medora MEDdftA, Jan. 9. (Special) Thirty-five attended th* asaocla- tlMUkl mtMstets' ahd laymen** conference at Macoupln Baptist Association In Medora, Tuesday. Nlrte churches were represented. The meeting opened at 10 a. m. with Elder Frank Campbell presiding. The devotional service was . led by Elder 'William Beeny, pastor of the church. "Soul Winning" was the theme of the meeting. Elder Russell Stratton, Car- llnville, and Elder Walter Miller, Hlllsboro, were the morning speakers, i After ft business session, a potluck dinner was served In the church basement. Robert Oollke, Medora, led the deyotlont in the afternoon session, which was followed by a talk by Henry Admire, Qlllespie, assocla- tlonal brotherhood leader. The other speakers were Elder W. C. Wodlcker, Piasa, and Elder Leo .Belcher, Carllnville, assoclational missionary. • The February meeting will be in Petersburg. Medora Note* MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. James Ryan had as recent dinner guests the Rev. C. A. Sullivan, Jacksonville; the Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Fox and son, Charles. The Rev. ' Sullivan Is a former pastor of the local Methodist Church. An accident to the Sullivan car the day before their Intended visit prevented other members of the family from coming. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tilley, Rock Island, and Mrs. Ina French were dinner guests Monday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt. Mr. •nd Mrs. Tilley left that evening for their home. Mrs. Lester Prather and son, Kerry, spent Tuesday in Greenfield with her mother, Mrs. Pete Scott. Robert Golike, who had been here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Golike sr. during the holidays, left Monday for Santa Barbara, Calif., to resume his Bible school work. He went by plane from Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Golike left the same day on their return to Ames, la., after visiting Golike's parents. Glenn Golike and Miss Judy Reuden, who were also holiday guests in the Golike home, left Monday, Miss Reuden returning to her home in St. Paul, Minn., and Golike to Minneapolis, Minn., to re, sume his Bible school work. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Strunk, St. Louis, visited Monday at the home of James Strunk and aUb called on Mr. and Mrs. William Me- Crellis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gorman and family were supper guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dawson, Bethalto. Miss Doris Maska was in Alton Tuesday. Mrs. L. E. Wilton spent Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. George Nixon, Summervllle, and Allen re- A. E. frueh President of New Mcdora Parent-Teacher Group MEDORA, Jan. 5. (Special)—At A meeting, Tuesday evening, at Me* ttora High School, A. E. Frueh was elected president of the Parent* Teacher Association. Other officers elected were Earl Hitcney, vice president; Mlliord Bennett, secretary, and Mrs. George Nixon, treasurer. Mrs. M. *'. Dodge served as chairman, in the absence of Manford Huby, principal of Medora Grade School, who was unable to be present due to the weather and road conditions. Mrs. Elmer Uroste, Mt. Olive, a member of the PTA state board, was speaker of the evening, substituting for Mrs. Fern Cook, Girard, Thirty-first district PTA director, who could not be present. The name selected for the local organization is Medora Parent- Teacher Association. Meetings' will be held the second Tuesday night of each month. Twenty live signed v>p Tuesday evening'as charter members. Anyone attending the next meeting and paying his dues, which are 50 cents per person, will be added to the charter membership list. Entertainment provided for the group was an educational movie, after which a committee served refreshments. Mrs. George Nixon will be in charge of the program for February. The refreshment committee will include Mrs. Earl Ritchey, Mrs. Vernon Sarginson, and Robert Cunningham. Missionary to Speak MEDORA. — Announcement has been made that the Rev. Ross, a returned missionary from India, will speak Tuesday night at the Methodist Church. The congregations of the Piasa and Kane Methodist Churches will join the local church for the service. First Mule George Washington bred the first mule in America. The King of Spain presented him with the first jack ever brought to this continent. ' Urban Areas Growing The first United States census in 1790 revealed that only five percent of the population lived in cities; today, cities claim 60 per* cent of all people. Tourists continue to flock to Mexico. Summerville Church To Elect Wednesday MEDORA, June 5. (Special) — The annual meeting of the Sum- mervllle Presbyterian Church will be held Wednesday at. the church, The meeting will start at 10 a. m. • Reports from various depar|- ments of the church will be read and elecetion of church officers will be held. A pot-luck dinner will be held at noon In the church basement. The ladies' Aid Society will hold its annual meeting In the afternoon, when officers for the coming year will be elected. Winner. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Moehle returned to Chicago Monday eve- nlng after spending the weekend with Moehle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Moehle. Miss Nancy Leonard, Alton, was he guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Stamper Tuesday evening and at* turned home after spending a few days here with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylor visited Sunday afternoon in Alton with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knight. Edwin Eddleman left Tuesday for Kansas City Mo., to resume his studies in Finlay College, after a holiday visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Eddleman. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Davis and daughter, Sandra, Piasa, were guests Monday evening of Mrs. Minnie Pope and Mrs. William Pope. Ronnie Prather is confined to his home with chickenpox. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Purnell and son, Lewis, Alton, visited Monday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .Taylor. List Brighton Grade School Honor Students BRIGHTON, Jan. 5. (Special)— Leslie Chamberlln, principal, an* nounces that the following pupils of Brighton Grade School are on the honor roll for December: Eighth grade, Gayle Kolb, Alice McAfee, Fred Oberlander, Kathryn McAfee, Carolyn Bott; seventh grade, Dick Well, Loretta Woof, Wary Warner, Sue Towse, Jeannine McAfee, Nancy Masterson; sixth grade, Gary St. Cin, MAry Wiseman, Nancy Swan. Fifth grade, Charles Towse, Ronnie Aldridge, Charles Yost, Charles Little, Marilyn Landon, Larry Jones, Donald Hermes, Carlene Bock, Larry Davis, Sherry Easter; fourth grade, Mary Jean Swan, Mary Caffery, Thelnia Warner. Upstreamer Clai* Meets BRIGHTON.—Mrs. Wesley Swan reviewed the missionary study book, "The Seven Stars" at a meeting of the Upstreamer class, Tuesday evening, at the home of Mrs. Mayo McAfee. Mrs. C. W. Spencer led the devotions. Mrs. Marie Yost, president, presided at the business session. Plans were begun for the annual rnm- mage sale, which will be held in the near future. Mrs. McAfee was assisted In serving refreshments by Miss Pearl Sarius and Mrs. Lucille Gerdes. Service Cancelled BRIGHTON.—The second meeting of the Universal Week of Prayer services at the Evangelical and Reformed Church was cancelled Wednesday evening due to the severe cold and icy conditions of the streets. Track Crew Works BRIGHTON.—S. F. Schoeberle, Herbert Stewart, and Henry Boker of the Brighton section of the G. M. and O. maintenance crew worked throughout Tuesday night keeping switches from freezing at the switch tower. The Green Diamond, streamliner of the Illinois Central, ran over the G. M. and O. tracks Wednesday, because of a washout on the Illinois Central line near Mt. Olive. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON.—Mrs. Ruth Winner, Peoria, spent Wednesday with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs Lyle D. Stone, and her son, Dwight tended the Brighton-Bunker Hill basketball gam*. Dan Schoeberle left Monday and James Isenberg left Tuesday for Champaign where they will resume their studios at the University of Illinois. The community Christmas tree was removed from its place on Main street Wednesday. North Alton Dance Postponed j Don Russo,. president of Northside Young Men's Club, announced Wednesday evening that the dance planned for this evening at the ihelterhouse has been postponed. The dance will be added at the end of the series and will be scheduled for Marcft 16, at the shetterhouse. Many young folks from the Northslde area Wednesday evening njoyed *n evening skating or coasting. The smooth coating of ce on the streets and play areas appeared able to withstand many nights of skating. It was the opinion -of the officers of the Young Men's Club that more of the outdoor recreation would be in order again this evening, so the dance was postponed until conditions made the indoor recrea- lon more attractive. Next feature on the program of events planned by the Young Men's Club'will be the play "Fun In a Country Store" Friday evening, Jan. 13, at the shelterhouse. Brownie Troop Meet* Brownie Troop 43 met Wednesday afternoon at McKlnley school. A committee was appointed to take charge of the meeting next week. Those appointed, were Dorothy UI1, entertainment; Carol Ealey, refreshments; Sharon Ferguson, games; and Sharon Freeland, table decorations. The girls serving on the committee are those who had birthdays during November and December. At Wednesday's meeting each girl related a highlight of her holiday vacation. The girls worked on scribble painting, working with chalk on paper. Marjorle Miller served refreshments. Parent-Teacher Meeting Miss Vanna Bewell of the Board of Christian" Education of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., will speak at a special parent-teacher program at 7:30 p. m. Sunday at Elm Street Presbyterian Church. Miss Bewell will speak on the new curriculum materials In the church school.- The work of the various departments will be discussed. Parents, children and anyone interested in the new work In the church school have been Invited to attend the meeting. There will be a short period given over to questions on the work. Mother* Club to Meet McKinley-Delmar Mothers' Cluh will meet next Wednesday at Mc- Klnley school. Dessert will be served at 1:15 p. m. The afternoon's program will include a session of "crazy bunco" and those Note* JERSEYV1LLE—Mr. and Mi* Keith Mundy will return .Wednesday from New Orleans where they have been guests since Saturday of the letter's brother-ln*law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rougeau and family, and attended the Sugar Bowl football game. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lynn who have been visiting relatives here during the holiday season, returned Sunday to their home in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Lynn, before her recent marriage was Miss Gertrude Kanllakan, Denver, formerly of Jerseyvlllc. Miss Genevleve Hanley left Tuesday for Washington, D. C. to resume her duties on the faculty of GaHaudet College, after being a guest during the holiday of her parents, Judge and Mrs. William F. Hanley. JERSEYV1LLE — Mrs. Curtis Grizzle and Infant daughter, who were patients at Alton Memorial Hospital, were brought to their home Saturday afternoon by Jocoby Brothers ambulance. Slegel Busch, who has been a patient at the Watson Nursing Home on West Pearl street was move<% by Jacoby Brothers ambulance to the home of his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd MAiulfff, Mtithwttt Jerseyvllle. Mrs. Clarence Fred, who had been a patient at Alton Memorial Hospital, wab brought to her home here Saturday by Jacoby Brothers ambulance. Mr. and Mrs. William Christen and John Chrlston, Bunker Hill, former residents of Jerseyvllle, were guests of friends here Tuesday. William and John Christen, formerly operated a business on North State street under the name of Christen Brothers Candy Kitchen. The Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Dawdy, Lltchfield, were Jerseyvllle visitors Tuesday, the Rev. Dawdy was formerly pastor of the Jerseyvllle Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. C. T, Allen and daughter, who have holiday, guests of Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs, Fred W. Howell, returned to their home In St. Louts, Monday. TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" attending have been asked to bring "white elephant" gifts for the game, Boy Scout Meeting Boy Scout Troop 7 will get back into the swing of activities following the holiday season when it meets at 7:15 p. m. Monday at Veterans Memorial Center on West Delmar avenue. for day* §, A, school teacher «< fitwtt Atrlci, waiMtentf *»* fcM were laying IN* tt\«gt bsckyard. TMfl M-fltfMftNl the houM cit ha4 «*fofft thtfti out of their Attti M A*ltt. *i7 for her MwbOW kitMM. Art You CoMtfflMl Atari Yovr Irtflk-tvm Ntatt IN«INII*INt CMICAM *, lit. 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