Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 12, 1950 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 12, 1950
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAOBttVB Conduct Morris Rites at Medora MEDORA, Jan. 12. (Special)— Funeral files for Mrs. Charlotte Morris, whose death occurred early Monday morning at Macoupln Hospital, Carllnville, were conducted from Warner Funeral Chape! In Medora Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. E. W, Fox, pastor of the Methodist Church, officiated. Burial followed in Oak Grove cemetery, Jerseyville. Mrs. John Chism was soloist for the services, singing "Nearer My God to Thee" and "Beyond the Sunset." Mrs. Charlotte Kemper was accompanist. Pallbearers were Harry Simmermaker, Clarence Bullman, William Morris, Elbert Scott, Roland Scott, Orlle Bouillon. Enters Veteran's Hospital MEDORA—Roy Tucker, who has been 111 for sometime, and returned recently from Memorial Hospital, Alton, where he had received treatment and underwent surgery, entered Veteran's Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Wednesday. He was taken there In the Warner ambulance. His daughter, "Mrs. Leslie Pfeiffer, Edwardsvllle, and Mrs. Nellie Warner accompanied him. Entertains Bunco Club MEDORA — Mrs. Janet Tucker was hostess to her bunco club Tuesday afternoon. Prizes werl awarded to Mrs. Bertha Bennett, Mrs. Josie Gaffney, and Mrs. Gloria Chism. Others present were Mrs. Joyce. Gaffney, Mrs. Doris Warner, Mrs. Orena Robinson and Mrs. Almeda Bowker. Mrs. Tucker served refreshments. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Almeda Bowker. France reports that Britain .still ii her best customer.' Medora Baton Twitters Perform it Brighton MEDORA, Jan. 12 (Special) Twenty baton twlrlers of the Me- dot* schools, under the direction of M. E. Bone, unit music director, provided entertainment at the annual Brighton invitational Basketball Tournament, Wednesday evening, when Medora played Brussels. Wanda Stanton Is leader of the baton group. Other members are Judy Challacombe, Charlotte Kahl, Rosetta Buford, Sharon Wedding, Delores Milner,, Loretta Rlchey, Sandra Range, Ruth Ryan, Delores Maple, Carol Bruns, Donna Sargln- son, Juanlta Ewln, Linda Hart. Rebecca Hunt, Vera Young, Kay Klnser, June Chism, Juanlta Fritz, and Gloria Rhine. Willing Workers to Meet MEDQRA—Mr». A. T. Wilton and Mrs. W. T. Greer were hostesses to the Willing Workers class of the Baptist Church Tuesday eve-/ ning at the Wilton home. Twelve members were present. Mrs. Elsie Gflworth led the devotions and Mrs. Mllford Ryan led the Bible quiz. Entertainment for the evening was In charge of Mrs. John Chism and Mrs. Charles Strunk. The work meeting to have been held on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. T. Rhodes was postponed until Friday. There will be a pol- itick dlnnef «t noon., During the business meeting, it was decided etch member would bring an apron to the next meeting, to increase funds. Refreshments were served by tfie hostesses. MEDORA— Mrs. LuclUe Wheeler has been called to Eldred by the Illness of her mother, Mrs. Oscar Clendenln, and also her grandfather. Miss Doris Rltchey, Bethel, spent Tuesday with 'Miss Doris Maska. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood, Peorla, spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. C. C. Wood. They all visited in Greenfield Monday evening witn Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones. Mrs. Edward Glmltn and her brother, Leo Schaaf, visited In Meadowbroo* Tuesday with their sister, Mrs. Harlan Shaw; • Mrs. Lottie Kemper and Mrs. Effle Robings werei n Alton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bartow were guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Well. The condition of Mrs. H. E. Challacombe, who, Is quite 111, Is reported about the same, Mrs. Myrtle Station, Kemper, is helping care for her. Mrs. Truman Bowker and son, Gene Bowker, Alton, went to Decatur Wednesday, having been called there by the death of Mrs. Bowker's brother, Albeit Owens. Mrs. Mllford Ryan and Mrs. Elsie McCrellls spent Wednesday in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown wer<> callers Wednesday at the home oC Mr, and Mrs. R. W. Brown. William Morris, Roxana, was a supper guest Tuesda* evening In the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Claudia Haynes. Charles Fox is home from McKendree College, Lebanon, for the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Rhoads visited BtsMhwm home remedy to reliefs miseries of child's cold In Carrollton Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rhoads. Nicaragua has a grasshopper plague. ITCHY MMIimD SUM fee bow tun Hnln0l «•(««• Ktttf tq*. «««nt*Ur.<MM4 ehnpta. AMi ikta to '"'• took M BtMh tetter . . . MM! • Burnt 1M. r tay. try Rariml OMnrat. Adding e, teaspoon or two •* paprika to the seasoned flour III which you dip chicken for frying or baking helps to give the chic* ken pieces a rich brown color after they are cooked. 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