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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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*AOI TWWtTY ALTON fiVfiHINO TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JANUARY if, 1IM Greenfield PT A ToMeet Thursday ewU—Mrt, M. Jan. it. <Spe> Girhard will speak on the subject, "family Re lotions," at the meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association Thursday at 8:80 p. 'm. In the grade school music room. The unit school system nurse, Mrs. Amol Greer, will show a film on sex education and Miss Mary Sousley, grade school music director, will present musical numbers. A general discussion will follow. The attendance trophy will be •warded to the room having the largest number of mothers present. Hatband of Former Resident Dies GREENFIELD—Friends of Mrs. Warren Tappan have received Word of the death of Mr. Tappan •t their home In Potlatch, Wash. Mrs. Tappan, who was Mrs. Fred Smith, Is a former resident of Greenfield. She and Tappan, who were married following Smith's death, have resided In Washington many years. A son, Walter Tappan, Potlatch, also survives. Party at Parks Home GREENFIELD — Mrs. J. H. Parks and Mrs. Lloyd Fansler entertained a group of neighbors and \ friends at a pinochle and canasta party at the Park home Friday night. Guests were Mrs. James Martin, Mrs. John Vandaveer, Mrs. Frank Greer, Miss Ruth Greer, Mrs. Frank Burnett, Mrs. C. T. Metcalf, Mrs, Charles Meng, Mrs. J. S. Bowman, Mrs. Guy Secor, Mrs. Loretta Doyel, and Mrs. J. ft. Stlckel. , Attend Sorority Meeting GREENFIELD—Miss Elizabeth Bell and Miss Lucille Barnett attended a dinner meeting of Chi chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma sorority in Carrollton Friday night. Miss Nlta Ford was hostess to the chapter and dinner was served at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Charles Daniels, Jerseyvllle, gave the program on, "Hobbles." Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD — Cpl. Charles Fergurson has reported for duty at Camp Hood, Tex., after spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fergurson. Robert Ritchie, East Alton, has been visiting at the home of his sister. Mrs. M. T. Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Vawter and and son have returned to their home In Santa Fe, N. M. Mrs. Vawter has spent several months Greenfield JMan, 98, Elected to Insurance Post for 50th Year GREENFIELD, Jan. 17. (Special)—Sylvester Melvin, who to 98, was re-elected secretary-treasurer of the Green County Mutual Fire Insurance Co. at the annual meeting of stockholders and directors. Melvin has held this office since the organization of the company In 1900 and In observance of his fiftieth anniversary he and Mrs. Melvin, who was a guest at the dinner, were presented with a decorated cake and flowers by the president of the company, N. R. Hicks, White Hall. Hicks was re-elected president; Flnlce Doyle, Greenfield, vice- president; ftnd Hicks, Doyel and William Metcalf, Greenfield, were re-elected members of the board of directors. Brighton's TB Drive Nets $10 Church Groups to Meet at Medora MEDORA, Jan. li. (Special)— The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. M, F. Dodge, Thursday, at 2 Mrs. Rose Orth and Mrs. Sanders will be hostesses. Mrs. David McKee will be leader. The W. M. S. of the Baptist 2 p. m. . P. H. BRIGHTON, Jan. 17. (Special >Mrs. Harry Roady, local chairman tt the Macoupln County Tuberculosis Christmas seal campaign, an nounces that the containers which were placed around In public places before Christmas netted $10.03. High School Semester Exams. BRIGHTON—First semester examinations will be^ln Wednesday at Brighton High School and will be written during the regular class periods. All English classes'will write Wednesday, social sciences and science classes, Thursday, and mathematics and home economics Friday. All students will take the with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Scott? Mr. and Mrs. Al Dewey, Chicago, are spending several days with Mr*. Dewey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meng. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gable and son, Gregory, Mechanlcsburg, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meng. Mrs. A. C. Richardson, Western Springs, came last week to assist with the care of her brother-in-law, Mr. Meng, who is 111. Charles Barnett, Frank Heine, and Bob Andree, Alton, were guests of Barnett's sisters, Mrs. Harley Gustine and Miss Lucille Barnett, Saturday. Don Gustine, who attends Western State Teachers College, Macomb, spent the weekend with his parents. A targe group of members and officers of the Order of Eastern Star chapter attended the fiftieth anniversary of the ' Chesterfield chapter Friday night. The Greenfield group was sponsor for the organisation of the'Chesterfield chapter. . Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cook have returned from a visit with her parents, Mr.'and Mrs.* F. J.'Houlihan, Buffalo, N. V G. 8. Hedgecock Is 111 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Xing, In Oasa Grande, Arts.' • Mr. and Mrs. Hedgecock, who have been spending several months at the home of their daughter in Arisona, are planning, to return home as soon as Mr. Hedgecock's condition Improves. examinations. Birthday Dinner BRIGHTON—Mr. and Mrs. Le- doy Wilderman and their three sons, Bruce, Barry, and Michael were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roady and daughter, Ann. The dinner honored the birthday of Mrs. Rehekah Inntalllns; Staff BRIGHTON—The following staff assisted Mrs. Lucille Montague, deputy president, In the Installation of officers-elect at ceremonies In the IOOF Hall Saturday eve-| nlng: Deputy marshal!, Mrs. Tina Sim mons; deputy warden, Mrs. Marie President Godfathers 7th Children . nUNKFDRT-^B—' We« 'German President. Dr. .Theodor. Heuss has offered to be godfather to •very seventh child born to a German family. Heuss followed the tradition of former German Presidents Paul Von Hindenburg and Frledrich Ebert. They gave each aeventh child of a family a small Yost; deputy recording secretary Mrs. Ina Long; deputy financla secretary, Mrs. Marie McAfee; de puty treasurer, Mrs. Helen Hermes deputy chaplain, Mrs. Estella Well deputy musician, Mrs. Ella Schroe der, and deputy Inside guard, Mrs Fannie Kuehnel. Women's Guild Meets BRIGHTON—Mrs. Frances Oertel, newly Installed president, pre sided at the business meeting ol the Women's Guild of the Evangelical and Reformed Church Thursday afternoon. The devo- tlonals were led by Mrs. Edna Oertel, with Mrs. O. C. Isenberg read- Ing the Scripture lesson and Mrs Harold Wooff giving the prayer The worship service was led by Mrs. Harold Wlnslade, assisted by Mrs. Paul Ebbeler. * W8C8 Will Meet BRIGHTON—The Women's So. clety of Christian Service will meet at 2 p. m., Thursday, In Wesley Center with Mrs. Edwin Polster conducting the business session and Mrs. S. J. Cardinal presenting the topic "The Whole of Love—Is My Answer." Mrs. F. O. Wilson will lead the devotions. Name Medora Polio Chairman MEDORA, Jan. 17. (Special) — Nelson Targhetta has been appointed chairman of the March of Pimes drive In Medora and community. • -The drive opened Monday and will cpntlnue through this month. Containers, shaped like Iron lung's have been placed in business houses. Solicitors will be named to make a house-to-house canvass. Australia has granted another $2,000,000 to the UN Children's Emergency Fund. Church will I meet Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Nelson Sawtell. Mrs. Bertha Rhoads Is program leader and Mrs. Sawtell devotional leader. Election of officers will be held. Correction MEDORA. — Robert. Burrls, a Medorlan In Japan, is now rated a permanent lieutenant colonel. He had been a temporary lieutenant colonel tor some time. The Telegraph, Saturday, did not mention the permanent status. Honored on Mrthdhy MEDORA.—Mrs. T. H. Craig and Mrs. F. E. Whltfleld accompanied Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Craig, Piasa, to Shlpman Sunday, where they were guests at a turkey dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitwleser. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Breltwleser's grandmother, Mrs. Craig. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bartow presented Mrs. Craig with a large birthday cake. Lodge Meeting* MEDORA.—Medora City chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, will meet Tuesday evening In Masonic Hall. Fidelity Lodge, No. 152, A. F. & A.M., Medora, will meet Wednesday evening at the same place. Removed to Hospital MEDORA. — Raymond, 28- months-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Carroll, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, was removed to Memorial Hospital, Alton, Saturday for treatment. Mcdora Note* MEDORA.—Mr. and Mrs. David McKee visited with his brother, C. T. McKee, at Memorial Hospital, Alton, Sunday afternoon. Miss Annabelle Ontis returned to Nutwood Sunday evening after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ontis. Mr. and Mrs. William Scarles spent the weekend In Modesto with their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Otten. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Peebles and son, Jerry, visited through the weekend with Mrs. Peebles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poll. P. L. Warner and daughter, Miss Mary Kathryn, Brighton, visited Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Warner. Mrs. C. C. Wood attended a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, Greenfield. Mr. Jones was the honored guest. Miss lone Challacombc, St. Louis, was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Challacombe. Mr. and Mrs. Texas Kramer, Jerseyville, were guests Saturday evening of Mrs. Kramer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ontls. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Tucker and Melvin Bridges visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Mohrman, Jersey County. Mr, and Mrs. Keith Carter and R. E. Carter, Alton, were visitors Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Effie Robings and Mrs. Adah Tletsort, Loyal Scott and Miss Gertrude Richardson, Shlpman, visited Sunday evening with Mrs. C. C. Wood Mr., and Mrs. Martin Scogglns and Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Bell, Wood River, were visitors Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shields. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Downs and ramily spent Sunday In Kane with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Downs. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hunt and VTrs, E. L, Kahl were guests Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Turner, Kemper. Bobby Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Warner has chickenpox. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gorman and 'amlly attended a birthday dinner Mrs. Vaughn, 69, Hamburg, Dies Don't 'do**' yourself, Rub the •ching part well with Muatorole. ta great pain-relieving medication speeds fresh blood to the painful area, bringing Sfeasmf relief. If pain li intonac— buy Extra Strong Muiterole. MUSTEROLE Make Plans Now to . . . TYPES* CONVERSION BURNER We Are Agents For MUELLER JAWTROL ROBER1SGORDON OONVBMION BURNER* HEAT YOUR HOME WITH GAS! NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 Yt*rs to, Pay! Give your family the finest and most dependable in home heating. Our fas conversion burners have been designed by skilled engineers to five you quick, trouble-free heat. WE NAVE MAD! OVER 700 OAS INSTALLATIONS Havo AM oiporioncad and provon hotting contractor mike rfco installation. Purchase only MM beat equipment. riDDERN PLU1BIN t1 HFATINL SIJIMM Y C HARDIN, Jan. i7.~(Special.)— Mrs. Sarah Irene Vaughan, 69, died at her home in Hamburi early this morning. She was th wife of Dr. J. H. Vaughan, a re tired Hamburg physician, who sur vives her. Mrs. Vaughan, daughter of A H. and Jennie Barnes Howdeshell was born In Pike County, Mo She came to Hamburg 55 years ago and had lived here since. Funeral services will be con* ducted by the Rev. Cockrell •< the Hamburg Methodist church at 12 noon Wednesday. Burial wll be In Greenwood cemetery, Clarks- vllle, Mo. Hardln Notes HARDIN.—Miss Dolly Morton was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital Monday In the Hanks ambulance She has not been well lately and entered the hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Orland Long and family of Jerseyville visited In Hardin Sunday. They attended church at Indian Creek. Residents In the Oak Grove community are planning to make repairs to Geske hill this week. Recent heavy rains damaged the road badly. Charles Fiedler of Batchtowft was greeting old friends in Hardin Monday. Fiedler, 83, is the youngest old man in Calhoun. North Calhoun visitors to the county seat Monday were Val Hausman, Roy Goltz, Charles Watts, George Woodward and Aloys Benz. Walter B. Holzwarth has announced his candidacy for sheriff on the Republican ticket. He Is a former constable of Hardin precinct and for several years has been a construction worker In Alton and Wood River. Dr. Nakutny has begun his Calhoun practice. He is associated with Dr. J. H. Peisker. Sunday at the home of Mrs. Naomi Wlegand, Wood River. The birthday of Mrs. Edith Goodwin was celebrated. Calhoun Hunter* Bag 82 Foxe* In 23 Dayi-Set New Record MARD1N, Jan. it—(Special.)-Calhoun hunter* and trappers have hung up a record over the last 23 days by bagging a total of 82 foxe.i. All these animals have been brought In to the county clerk since the last, bounty pay- Ing day, which was Dec. 21. It was at the January, 1949 meeting of the county board when It was decided to place a bounty of $3 on foxes and $10 on wolves. Since that time hunters and trap* pers have claimed bounties on almost 400 foxes. Out of the last 82 claims, Henry Zimmerman of Golden Eagle has emerged as the champion hunter. He has brought In a total of 14 foxes. Zimmerman also bags a wolf now and then. Petit Jury Called HARDIN.—A group of' prospective jurors was called to form a netlt jury here Monday morning. The Jury was made up by noon. Some of those who were excused from serving were Lela Benz, Wll- lam M. Rlchter, John D. Cox, Fred Osterman, Robert Blzailllon, Alvina Blumenberg, and H. T. Bach Jr. Clem Fry Buried in Carrollton Cemetery Funeral rites for Clem A. Fry, 67, of White Hall, who died Friday while visiting at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Rlley Matthews, 3311 Franor, were conducted Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the Matthews residence. The Rev. W. Freeman Prlvett, pastor of the Cherry Street Baptist Church, officiated at the rites. Burial WM In Carrollton cemetery. 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