Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 27, 1953 · Page 13
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April 27, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section* Pages IMS Mffflbt* of Thi Aitoeltttd Prro, 5c PIT Capy ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1933 ftftibliihtd Medom High FHA, Home EC Groups Stage Style Show — The style show and tea, sponsored by the home eco» nortle classes and the Future Homemakers of America at the Mcdora High School was attended by a large crowd of mothers and other patrons of the school Friday afternoon. A short program was given including vocal solrs by Virginia Chism and Elaine Burke, accompanied by Mrs. Olga Jacoby, and a twirling exhibition by Vera Young. Garments that had been made by the various classes were modeled by the girls with Virginia Chism as announcer. The girls modeling were: Ethel and Mary Jo Brooks, Ella May Brown, Sylvia Carroll, June C h J s m, Sharon Darr, Virginia Chism, Cecil Gross, Barbara Har- Ian, Ima Jean Hembrow, Evelyn and Margie Mines, Teressa Hunn, Rebecca Hunf, Myrtle Johnson, Kdna Jons, Theresa Kallal, Frances and Jo Ann Kirsch, Elaine Burke. Margaret Kline, Eileen Mann, Delores Maple, Donna Marshall, Mary Maberry, Loretta McKinney, Delores Milner, Ruth Pope, Gloria Rhine, Loretta Richey, Ruth Ryan, Delores Scott, Charlene Sommers, Sue Stanton, Florence Swanner, Donna Varble, Marilyn Wiegand, Mary Wilton, Donna Wise and Vera Young. Delores Maple, president of the KHA presented the chapter mother Mrs. Truman Bowker, and chapter sister, Mrs. Nelson Milner, with gifts. She also introduced her corps of officers with whom she has worked this year. Miss June Chism, president for next year, introduced her corps of officers who are: vice president, Elaine Burke; secretary, Gloria Rhine; treasurer, Miss Mary Wilton; historian, Mary Lou Brooks, program chairman, Eileen Mann, reporter, Cecil Gross; parliamentarian, Shirley Straub, and recreation leader Glenda Harlan. Miss Janet Wilson is the home econnomics instructor and sponsor of the FHA. Her mother of St. Louis and Mrs. Mary Lois Sheppard, Jerseyville, who was instructor of the home ec department the first part of the year, were visitors. Refreshments were prepared by home making classes. Delores Maple and June Chism were hostesses. Teakwood contains a gritty substance that quickly dulls edged tools, but is easy to work when tools are kept sharp. Entertaining? Nothing to it... When you have this help to do it! The Know-It-Owl says; LOOK In the YELLOW PAGES -the CLASSIFIED section Of your telephone directory- • fiiT(KM tltllMTUUM • VMIMMW • NINAUM Mcdora 4-H Ag Club Elects New Officers MEDORA - The 4-H Agricultural cjub met Friday evening at the S. M. Sarginson home, south of town. Officers elected were: president, Jacle Sarginson; vice president, Kenneth Thttrm; secretary-treasurer, Cecelia Sarginson; reporter, Kay Kizer and recreation leader, Donna Sarginson. The Club voted $1 for a flew 441 club center at Washington, D. c'i Refreshments were served. Present at the meeting were Jackie, Cecelia and Donna Sarginson; Kay Kizer, Gary and Luman Harlan, Ronnie Prather and Richard and Donald Frueh. Attend Birthday Party MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Grant Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. James Mains, Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes, Mrs. Neiiie Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes went to Jerseyville Friday evening to attend a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, honoring their son, Ronny, who was two years old. Harold Brooks of Jerseyville was also a guest. Games were played and refreshments served. Gifts were received from the guests. Climb Easy—Descent Tough DENVER tf> — S what goes up must come down, eh? Just try telling that to a balky horse, says Dean's steed into making the de- Dean borrowed a horse from a friend and rode to the top of Table Mountain near Golden, west of Denver. But when he started down, the horse apparently decided the going was too steep and refused to budge. So Dean built a fire and^tried to keep warm during the night until searchers reached him the next morning. The other horses coaxed Dean's steed into making thedes- scent. The average American eats about 35 pounds of poultry a year. Mcdora Class Plans Banquet * Annual Mothcr«Danghter Dinner May 8 MEDORA — The Esther Class of the Bethel Baptist Church made plans^for their annual mother and daughter banquet to be held In the church basement May 8, at their regular class meeting Friday evening at the home of Mrs. L. 0. Johnson.. . Committees were appointed for the banquet as follows: program, Mrs. Doris Stanton, 'Mrs. Delbert Loy and Mrs. Meredith Thomas; menu, Mrs. Earl Richey,. Mrs. Byron ftuyle, Mrs. William Carroll and Mrs. Elmer Frost; decorating, Mrs. L. 0. Johnson, Mrs. Floyd Frost, Mrs. Eugene Allen, Mrs. Jesse Smith and Mrs. Edith Gilworth; awards, Mrs. Oliver Mornn. Mrs. Nils Whitloek, Mrs. Verne Sends, and Mrs. Ralph Brooks. The class has purchased a spl- ting of silverware for 12, which is to be used on the honored guest tahle at the monthly birthday suppers. The new ceiling in the basement, which was made possible by the class, is to be completed this week. The men of the church, who have been putting it on, are giving a fish supper Tuesday night with the women furnishing the remainder of the menu. The meeting was opened with a song and prayer. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. Frank McKinney. Mrs. Everett Jones and Mrs. Leo Day sang a duet. The Bible lesson was in charge of Mrs. Herschel Fritz. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. L. 0. Johnson, Mrs. Floyd Frost and Mrs. Leo Day. Other members present besides the above mentioned were: Mrs. Lloyd Bowker and Mrs. Cora Gross. Mrs. Nellie Gilworth was a visitor. The 516 carat diamond in the British royal scepter is the largest of nine stones cut from the Cullinan diamond found in 1905. Kane By CHARLOTTK . KANE - MRS. Clifton Reverting, Mrs. Ivan Shackleford, Mrs. Eugenia Envln, Mrs. Fred Mowrey, Mrs. Gilbert Williams, Mrs. Ross Crotchett, Mrs. William Harmon, and Mrs. Pamela Elmot* and daughter Linda, attended a potluck dinner 'Friday at the home of Mrs. Berkley Vaneil, Jerseyvllle. Caroline Cope was able to come home the latter part of the week from Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Garsel Reynolds, Mrs. Orvllle Darr, Mrs. Donald Williams and tenet K. Ewlng went to St. Louis Friday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Retherford at Berdell Hills, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cochran and son, Ronald, of Alton were guests over" Saturday of Mrs. Cochran's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hutchens. Mr. and Mrs. William Bates and Mrs. May Tucker attended a surprise birthday party Saturday night for Harry Cope at his home west of Jerseyville. Mrs. Roland Greene attended a meeting of the Green County Health Improvement Association last week. She is on the publicity committee. Miss Alice Wooldridge returned Saturday from Alton where she visited several days with her sister Mrs. T. O. "DaviS. June Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Crawford, under- Fidelity nonr,u, FIDELITY -n The Woman's Christian Tepernnce Union held their regular monthly meeting, Wednesday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. Dale Moore. Thorn were ,12 members and two visitors, Mrs, Pearl Mohrman and Mrs. Edna Ryan present. Mrs. Hearshal Fritz had charge of the meeting. The lesson was given by Mrs. Edna Lahr and Mrs. Ralph Chandler reviewed the book, "Then and Now". The next meeting will be May 2? at the home of Mrs. EdnafMat- thew. ~ % Edward McKcrnan returned home Wednesday from the Barnard Hospital in St. Louis where he had undergone surgery. Mrs. Anna Rodell and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rodell and Emuel Rodell attended the funeral went a major operation Friday at Children's Hospital, in St. I/>uis. Mrs. Boh Yorom, Fidelity spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bates. 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