Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 23, 1953
Page 19
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THUMB AY, APW1,1% flit 16 Merfor* FHA Girls Attend Section Rally MEDORA-Stxieeri gjrls of the Future HcmetnaKers of America of the Medota High School attended the FHA rally at Taylorvllte Saturday, They were Heeompnnind by their sponsor. Miss Janet Wilson, the chapter mother. Mrs. Truman Bowker, and the chapter sister, Mrs. Nelson Mllner. Each high school put on n skit and Medora was represented by Vera ¥oung, who twirled. 1ma.|onn Hembrow and Rebecca Hunt modeled in the style show that was given. Girls attending were: Rebecca Hunt. Glenda Harlnn, Imnjenn Hembrow, Dolores Maple, Dolores Scott, Wanda Stanton, Vera Young. Ruth Ryan, Barbara Harlan, Ixiret- la McKinney, Gloria Rhine, Lorrf- la Richey, Dolores Milner, Frances Kirsch, June Chism. Memorial Day Group Meeting Set May 1 The Memorial Day Council of Alton is- slated to meet May 1 at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Home. Sixth and George Sts.. Mrs. John (Minnie) Larklns, council chairman, announced today. She said plans will be made for the combined observance of Memorial Day by all the patriotic organizations of the city. \ Shiftman CORRESPONDENCE By MRS, MABEL STILL SHIPMAN - The Shipman PTA will meet Monday evening April 27 at the high school to elect officers. There will also be talk about the proposed new building and site to be purchased for Community District No. 9, which is to be voted on May 2. The County ATA and Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at Mt. Olive. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Carr and daughters of Brighton spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kahl. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burleson and family and Miss Dorothy Stone of Alton were Sunday guests of the women's mother, Mrs. Chris Stone. Mr. and Mrs. George Turner, and daughters, Suzanne and Shirley, of Edwardsville were supper guests Sunday of Mrs. Turner's father, W. E. Breitwiser. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Albert and children Rhoda, Patsy and Nick, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Albert of Girard. Mr', and Mrs. Harris Carr and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kahl visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Orvilie Conner of St. Louis. '< Mr. and Mrs. Donald Foiles and family and Mrs. Nancy Randolph of East Alton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Randolph. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. French were guests of Mrs. Birdie Starkey of Alton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Turner and Suzanne and Shirley of Edwardsville and Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, and children, Louis Gene and Donna June, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Breitweiser. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hopper and children, Margy and Mary, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Davis in observance of Mrs. Hoppei s birthday. Miss Dorothy Doughty and Robert Tygart of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Doughty were guests Sunday of Miss Ethef and Grover Doughty. Rev. Herbert Barnett of Fieldon was guest speaker Sunday morning at the Harmony Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shelton and family, Miss Ethel Jaynes and Mr. and Mrs. John Cairns and ' family were guests Sunday of Mr. . and Mrs. E. A. Shelton of Carlinville. j Chester Randolph re-entered Car- j linville Area Hospital Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Christopher '. and Mike of Alton and Capt. and ' Mrs. Robert Candler Jr., Robert j III and Lee Ellen were Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Candler. , Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Blumstein and Mrs. Daisy Williamson visited relatives near Bunker Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Howard Gilworth of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Gilworth and son of St. Louis visited the men's sister, Mrs. Cora M. Rhodes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Walton and Mrs. Betty Hanks and son, Stephen of Alton were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Royal Deahl. Stephan remained in the Deahl home for a visit. Mr, and Mrs. Milton Wadsworth •nd family, Mr. and Mi's. Ralph Wadsworth and family and Mrs. Bob Heyen of Carlinville were Sunday guests of the womans' parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hud- dlfstun, Mra. Russell Montgomery and brother, Fremont Reader, visited Sunday with RusseU Montgomery, a patient a* CarlinvUle Area Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson of East St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. WUJianJ Goaks of Wool River were Sunday «UMU of Mr- and Mr». {. £. 4 MW set of Portuguese stamps show »*di*vaJ knights and symbol* based on th* designs erf old reports IMA ftta*r«?fc WWM Ad* BIEDERMANS OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL PRICES SLASHED! 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