Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 19, 1950 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, January 19, 1950
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH IMS**** Ift. 1AM. JMevMY My VW^Vt ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JANUARY 19,1950 Member of The Aeeeslated fro* Baptize Infant At Cot tape Hills Xuthcrtn Assembly New. Members COTTAGE HILLS, JM. 18-At services Sunday morning at Con- cordla Lutheran Church, ttarrel Gene, Infant ion of Mr. and Mrs. William Sherfy, was baptized. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Soberer, Alton, w«tt sponsor*. At a Votwe meeting tn the aft* ernoon, two new members were received in the voter's assembly. They were Sam Gehrke and Raymond Jones. It was also voted to set aside (every third Friday and Saturday ot each month to work at the church and also to sponsor the March of Dimes among mem* bers of the church. It was decided to make a religious survey of the community during Lent. The group voted to rej> main as active members of the Council of Lutheran churches of the Greater Alton area. Arthur Rothe and Charles Roes- were appointed t« represent the local church at the council. A finance committee composed of Roland Kloptnetr, Sam Gehrke, and Chris Masiero was appointed. The staff of ushers and his assistants will be Wllburn Newcomb, Arthur Rothe, Roland Klopmelr, Donald Rodgers, and Sam Gehrke. The Rev. E. J. Kolb is pastor of the church. Cottage Hills Notes. COTTAGE HILLS. — Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Flack of near Edwards- vllle entertained at dinner Sunday honoring Mrs. Flack's brother, Dick Brown, on his birthday. Guests included Mies Clara Hack •Ad Miss Wanda Badger, student num. at Memorial Hospital, Al* ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brown. The Rev, Cline 2. Barkey, pastor of .the Cottage Hills Baptist Church* Is visiting with his mother. Mrs. Belle Barkey, and other relatives in Haxtun, Colo. During the Rev. Barkey's absence Sunday, the Rev. Harvey Hopper, Meadowbrook, was In charge of services. The Rev. Barkey Is expected home (or this evening services. The Rev. Kenneth Marshall accompanied the Rev. Harold Hamilton, the Rev. A. I. Sherman, and the Rev. Edward Mandell to Pana Monday evening .to attend a we* tlon-wtde fellowship meeting of Assembly of God churches. Bill Brown and Miss Clara Hack were at Springfield, Friday. The Rev. and Mrs. Earl Hen* nlngs and son of Qulncy were guests last week at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gushleff, Granite City, visited Sunday with Mrs. Gushlefl's mother, Mrs. W. Stpe, who is 111 at her home. Miss Esther Hamilton entertained a group of young people from the Assembly Of God Church, Alton, Saturday evening at her home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. William Thelson, Esther Hurley, Arlene Jarrett, Rosemary Harris, Jennie Wood, Charlene Usher, Dorothy Thelson, Faye Wood, Eugene Rhoades, Franklin Sipes, Marjorle Landreth, and Mary Smith. Games were player and prizes awarded to Rosemary Harris, Esther Hurley, and Eugene Rhoades. Miss Hamilton served refreshments to her guests, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Clarence Hamilton and Mrs. Thelson. Canadian soldiers sent 70 cases Of toys, made In off-duty hours, to British children. Bovine TB PengM Venetuela Is going *U but to eradicate bovine tuberculosis In the mllksheds around Caracal. The Bureau of Animal* Industry has been ordered to test animals with tuberculin whenever it b«* lleves it necessary, and animals giving positive reactions will be slaughtered. Owners will receive cash or dairy cattle, whichever the Ministry of Agriculture has available. Tendency of a car to slip out ol gear Indicates a weak spring or looseness of the shaft or gears. Rep. M«ck Pays Call On President Tramtn WASHINGTON, Jan. II, <*»— Rep. Mack, Cartlnvine Democrat, yesterday paid Mi first eall oil President Truman at the White told reportwe they the Brannan Farm Plan and the President's "point tout" #an tor aid to backward nation*. Mack said he told Mr. Truman he is "enthusiastically In favor" of the point four program, but haa his doubts about the Brannan Plan. 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