Bertha Starner - Aug. 25, 1943
Joseph All Girls 4 ~H Clubs Participate In Annual Greene Program CARROLLTON, Aug. 25.—(Special.) 25.—(Special.) — The annual 4-H Club achievement day was held last week In the basement of the Baptist Baptist Church, with all girls' 4-H clubs In the county taking part, either In the dress revue, the demonstrations demonstrations or the presentation of a booth, Judges were Miss Mary Strublnger of Edwardsvllle, Miss Rommersberger of Jerseyville and Miss Florence Kimmelshue of the extension staff of the University of Illinois. The judges made their decisions concerning all entries with the exception exception of the demonstrations, although although they were not announced until the afternoon 'program. A special -feature of the afternoon program was a reading "Personality "Personality Plus," given by Miss Janet Janet Walker of the White Hall 4-H club. A number of the booths will be on display this week at the county fair and the winning demonstration demonstration will also be given at the fair. All the dresses worn by the girls in the dress revue will be on display display and will be worn by the girls in the dress revue, which will be a feature of the Friday evening program. Girls receiving A ratings In dress revue were: Misses Doris Darr, Mary Rita Naber, Louise Naber, Betty Reynolds, Jeweldlne Nash, Haze) Fern Peters, Barbara Thle- baud, Lucille Jeffry, Marjean Becker, Betty June Batty, Thurla Barnard, Dorothy Ann Hansen, Mary Lola Becker, Doris Mae Hartman, Emma Jane Thlebaud, Norma Lee Schroeder, Barbara Jean Batty, Barbara Wright, and Mary Helen Longmeyer. Receiving B ratings were; Misses Misses Rosemary Grizzle, Emma Stringer, Betty Adams, Virginia Lewis, Janelle Samples; Carla Peters, Peters, Margaret Greuter, Mary Lou Lankin, Mildred Ferguson, Marie Pembrook, Irma Dean Starner, Sophia Sophia Price, Wanda Louise Nettles Joan Daniels, Barbara King, Imogene Imogene McElroy, Janet Walker Phyllis Loy, Betty Maholland, Joan Joan Sethaler, Pauline Morris, Vivian Vivian Nettles, Lola Barnard, Laura Barnard, Elaine Maholland, Catherine Catherine Cunningham, Wilma Jean Overby, Norma Dlxon, Patricia Short, Pauline Grueter, Mary Bird Helen Eunice Becker, Doris Marie Burrows, Betty Ann Terpennlng Betty Young, Leta Joan Huff, Bet ty Siebermann, Ethel Burgh, Shar on Williams and Eleanor Edwards Given C ratings were: Misses Edith Terpenning, Lola Lee Young, Wanda Lee Kirby, Viole Baker, Nadine Baker, Irene Star ner, Bertha Starner, Dorothy Cal vert, Ruth Naber, Janelle Mahol land, Lillie Mae Baker, Bonna Garrison, Janet Holtnan and Bar bara Lee Rathgeber. Demonstrations were given b; five clubs and the demonstrate given 'by the Berdan Club 01 "Packing a Lunch Box" "was give: an A rating. This demonstratior was given Misses Emma Jane Thie baud and Hazel Fern Peters. Four clubs were given A rating on their booth displays. The four clubs are the White Hall Dairy Club, the Roodhouse Dairy Club, the CBrrollton Community Chums and the Berdan Fruit* and Vegetables Vegetables Club, Smith Estate CARROLLTON — R. Leo Smith f Jerseyville and K. T. Smith of Greenfield were appointed execu- ors of the estate of their father, Robert E. L. Smith, whose will wna admitted to probate and ordered ordered recorded Saturday. Bond of. he executors Is $46,000. Claim dale Is set for the first Monday In October. A petition for the probate of will and letters testamentary has been lied in the estate of Major Donald Donald Andrews Simpson who lost his Ife in a plane crash while on duty with the U. S. Air Force In the Pacific theater of operations, Grace L. Schutz was appointed j.xecutrlx of the estate of Albert J. Schutz, giving bond of $4000. Claim date was set for the first Monday In October. By request, no appraisers will be appointed. A petition for the sale of personal property at a private sale was granted. An order approving the final report report and for distribution was signed n the estate of Lula Smith. An order fixing and determining heirship was entered In the estate of Corn T. Kldd. The guardian's final report as to George W. Blair and James H. Blair was approved and the guardian guardian In both cases discharged. The report of the private sale of personal property was approved in the Hattle Cone estate. A petition for the private sale of personal property was granted In the Russel Lee Herron estate. Inventory was approved in the Elam I. Lovelace estate. Birthday Dinner CARROLLTON — Mrs. Emily Ciller celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday with a family dinner Sunday Sunday at the City Park. All of Mrs, Ciller's children were present. Included Included in the group were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Glller and son of Chicago, Chicago, Mrs. John Olbert and son of Wood River, Mrs'. W. E. Strang and daughter of Rockbridge, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cole and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cole and daughter, daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Glller Strang and daughter'of Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ridings and son of White Hall, Mrs. Eva Daum and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daum and family, Charles Daum and son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hackley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berlin, Miss Augusta Ciller, Mrs. Eva Robinson Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ciller. Centervllle Club Picnic CARROLLTON — Members of the Centervllle Woman's club and their families had a picnic dinner Thursday at the City Springs. Forty-five were present. The next meeting of the club will be Sept. 16 at the home of Mrs. Ben Eldred, Eldred, with Miss Margaret Eldred as assisting hostess. Buy War Bond* and Stamps.