Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1958 · Page 12
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TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JULY t, 1958 Exposition Vnder Way This Week Geene County Fair Scheduled to Open July 14 at Fairgrounds Near Carrollton CARROLLfOK - The 103rd annual Greene County Fair will open July 14 and continue through July 19 with the big attraction this year being four-nights of horse racing under the iiew lights which were installed .this summer around the entire race track. The racing program will open Wednesday and will continue through Saturday evening. A total of $31000 In premiums will be given away during the fair. In addition to the racing program there will be mule racing, tractor racing and tractor pulling, running races and contests. horse pulling Jersey County Fair opened at Jerseyville today. Miss Marcia Cole, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Cole of Greenfield who was the Queen of the Fair In 195? will crown the new queen Tuesday at 9 p.m., at which time the contest will be hejd. Entering In the contest will be a group of high school students who were selected by their fellow stu dents to enter the contest as well as others who wish to enter and are eligible for same. The beauty contest will be preceded by the 4-H Club dress revue. Prior to the evening program Tuesday there will be a greased pig Catching contest in which 4-H Club boys will participate. The tractor pulling and tractor racing contest will be held Wednesday afternoon and horse racing program will be held at 8 p.m There will also be mule races Wednesday evening, the mules to be driven by business men from White Hall. Thursday in addition to the harness racing program there will be a horse pulling contest and another mule race, the mules to be driven by Greene County Fair board members. Friday at 2 p.m. there will be running races followed by mule races, the mules to be driven by Greenfield business men and farm ers. The Eldred farmers and business men will drive the mules in the race in the evening which will be held in connection with the Friday evening racing' program. The mules will be driven by Giller Reunion Staged At Carrollton Park CARROLLTON-Giller Strang of Greenfield was elected presiden at the annual Giller family reunio r riday at Carrollton City Park Mrs. Clyde Cole, also of Green leld, was elected secretary-treasurer. Attending the reunion were Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Sturgeon an sons of Naperville; Mr. and Mrs Robert Hertensteiner of Wes Bend, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Byro Mer of Chicago; Miss Sherre Stingley of Stillwater, Okla.; Mr and Mrs. JoHn Olbert of Wood Riv er; Mrs. Francis Kuhnline an sons, Mr. and Mrs. Giller Stran and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. C Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cole an family and Mr. and Mrs. Richar Cole and sons of Greenfield; Mr Chris Daum, Mrs. W. E. Strang Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daum an family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daum and son, Miss Barbara Walke and Mayor and Mrs. Richard Gill er of Carrollton. Baptist Class To Meet at Carrollton CARROLLTON—Members of th Friendly Bible class of the Bapti church will be entertained Tue day evening in the church wi Mrs. Henry Berlin and Mrs. Ion Reynolds as hostesses. The ente tainment committee consists Mrs. H. M. Combrink, Mrs. Elme Short and Mrs. George Clough. The Loyal Daughters class of th Christian Church will have a pi nic supper Tuesday evening in th City Park. Shelion Funeral CARROLLTON — Funeral serv ices for Vicki Jo Shelton, 6 yea old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jak Shelton were held Thursday at p.m. at the Mehl Funeral Home with the Rev. Elmer Setterlun officiating. The organist for th services was Mrs. Kenneth Ross Pallbearers were John Boirur Kenneth 'Ross, Arch Howard an W. G. Vogt and burial was in Car Roodhouse business men and farmers at the. race which will precede roUto "P!Ll m '!l r .-. the regular racing program Saturday evening the last night of the racing program and the last night of the Greene County Fair. Cwrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Receive* Commission CARROLLTON — Lt. R o b e r Thien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawr ence Thien, received his commis sion as" a pilot in the United State Marines June 13 at Kingsville Charles Bishop and daughter andi Tex - Since receiving his commis Mr. and^ Mrs. Franklin, March sio11 he has been s P« ndin S a leav •pent Friday at Jacksonville. Miss Ada Isaac went to Alton Saturday to remain until Sunday Mer* Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH •ere 1* • plMunt way to overcome tooee plat* dUcomfort. PASTKBTH, »n Unproved powder, eprtnkled on upper and lower plates hold* them firmer eo that they fee) .more comfortable. No gummy, gooey, party taite or feeling. It's alkaline (nonacid). Ooei not ecu:. Oaecke ''plkta or" (denture breath). Get FAS- today at any drug counter. with his parents and will leave th! week for Cherry Point, S. C where he will be stationed. Another son of Mr. and Mrs Thien, S. Sgt. Leonard Thien, wh is stationed at the Lockbourne Air force Baase in Ohio, also spent th July 4 holidays with his parents. at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Isaac. The black swan is found in Aus traJla. For Quieter Living! IN • •OMOOMt) IN KITCHINt) NU-WOOD Random Pattern Tile »N PUN ROOMS IN LIVINO ROOM* The NEW acoustical covering for walls and ctilingsl Nil-Wood Tilei transform new or remodeled roomi into •vieter, more enjoyable work, itudy, and play arept. lach 12"* 12" Hie it precision drilled for maximum noil* tontrol. Surface* ore pre-decoroted In o beautiful Sto- Lilt white mot flniih. You'll be turprited how little No- Wood co»t».. how eaiy to apply. Call ui for an eitimote. 17 ONLY A i PER TILE! OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS TILL 9 P. M. Mill Wasa 4-H Club Stages Annual Project Tour SHIPMAN—The Pinsa Bird Agri culture 4-H Club held its annual project tour Thursday evening. Members and their families vis- ted projects at..the farms of Miles Christopher. Walter Egelhoft, Ray Alward, ' Sherman Cravens, Ver- n6n Davis, Glen Travers and Paul Oflell. Members will take their ^livestock to the Matfoupin County fair later in July to be Judged. Those who • made the tour enjoyed a wiener roast at the home of. Paul Odell. Achievement Day SHIPMAN - The annual Girls 4-H Club Achievement Day was held Thursday in the Catholic Church basement with 30 girls and 30 Home Bureau members and mothers present. Jean Kahl, president, gave the welcome. Marilyn Reed gave a talk on •Health" and Sue Baker, Terry Mills and Beverly Shultz talked on "First Aid and Safety." Patty Alward demonstrated how to make a camp fire after which Ruth Ann Travers and Jean Kahl made campflre stew. Sharolyn Dillman and Marie Mills showed table covers. Keren Dillman packed a picnic basket, Mary Lou Halliday demonstrated shellcraft, and Janet Gillespie talked on "Recession." The girls wore sunflower head dresses and sang the song that won an "A" rating at the "Share the Fun Contest" at Carllnville. Mrs. Lester Alward, the leader, was given a surprise gift by members for her assistance with the club this summer. Tea was served at the close of he meeting. Shellcraft, picnic baskets and table covers were displayed and they will be taken Tuesday to the county progress day in Carlinville. Shlpman Note* SHIPMAN —Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Weiss of Grosse Ille, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Minnie Archer and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Weiss. Mrs. Walter Egelhoff and son are spending two weeks in Florida with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wood and daughters are vacationing in Ken- lucky and Tennessee with relatives of Mrs. Wood. Miss Connie Meyers of Macomb spent from Thursday until today with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meyers. Rev. and Mrs. Owen Hamilton and daughter are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Paynler. Mrs. Nell Kahl of Springfield is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Mae Lee and Mrs. Grace Henson, Miss Nellie Sanner, who suffered severe burns in the winter, has been moved from Barnes Hospital St. Louis to the Macoupin County Nursing Home where she is able to be up most of the time. ADOPTS mo SCHOOL PLAN A School building program without parallel in the country's history will bring Portugal 16 new schools over the next eight years at cost of $6,?50,0(M, Lisbon learns. A decree-law states that each school shall have 24 rooms and each Will cost $350.000 to $450.000. The program is expected to have decisive influence on the country's progress. TOILET TANK 1ALL FUAntftp fvHvfi cvA wvitv 9W 1000 fallen of water • 4ay. ft* efficient, patented Water Mailer tank ball (Ailantly iteai trie How of water after each fluthlnf. 75C 4TH4»DHU»flTOMf r i • ALTON'S ONE HOUR MARTINIZING CLEANERS 4th-STATE STS. 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