Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1958 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 8, 1958
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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1958 'ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGKTH3U9I Opening Day At Jersey Fair Sees Increase In Livestock Exhibits Extra Tent Set Up For Overflow JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey- County Fair opened Monday with the placing of exhibits, James L. Coombes, president of the Fair Association, stated there Is an Increase of over 20 per cent in the livestock exhibits over last year, and an additional tent had to be erected Monday to accommodate the exhibits. A light rain fell during the day and was of great help In settling the dust on the fairgrounds and putting it In good condition for the remainder of the week, especially for the harness racing which starts a three-day run Thursday, Coombes said Monday afternoon that more than 550 cattle had been registered and more were expected. On hand also were 400 sheep, 440 hogs and between 125 and 140 race horses. The fair is operating on daylight saving time. Free parking space for automobiles is provided up to 5 p.m. after which car admission will be charged for entrance toj the grounds. | at A large number of DESIGNER'S WARD Backing up this noble brute, a Jersey bull named Designer's Ward, are (from left) Jimmy Dale Powell, Vernon Watson and Carl Arnold, all of Piasa. Designer's Ward is this year's entry of Carl Arnold & Sons who owned Maharajah's Marshall Lad, the fair's champion Jersey bull last year—Staff Photo. all times during the fair, business Youth contests and a horse pull- f i~r m~s° have"displays on thei in K contest are set for Wednes ' grounds which, with concessions,(day afternoon and Wednesday; exhibits, contests, a carnival and' evenin S th e Jack Kochman Auto| outstanding entertainment, creates a perfect fair atmosphere. Today was 4-H Club Day and in the afternoon a tractor pulling contest proved an interesting event. • Tonight the popular McKinley's Rodeo and Wild West Show featuring performers from Cheyenne and Calvary Rodoes, which thrilled the Monday evening audience, will again be the grandstand attraction, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Judging of swine and dairy exhibits will begin at 8 a.m. Wednesday followed by judging of Daredevils will present a full program of thrills numbering 28 speed events. 10-Year-Old Boy Injured By Firecracker JERSEYVILLE—Terry Suhre, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Suhre of Granite City, was injured Sunday evening at a . .,.,,, j . . club house on the Illinois River en nes in all other departments! the family was visiting . | with the exception of beef and| firecracker exploded in a tin sheep which takes place Thurs-| A nre ^ racKer e *P'oaect n a t n , . j • ... can and a piece of the tin 1 day morning and ponies which! . . .. ,. ... m in will be ludeed Friday struck him on the rlght arm will be judged *riday. {]jcting fl , aceratton wnicn ex _ tended into the muscle. He was brought to the Jersey Commun ity Hospital where five sutures were applied to close the wound and the patient was then dismissed. Fractures Shoulder JERSEYVILLE — Miss Rach- A total of $24,073 in premiums IB being given this year exclusive of $8,250 offered in purses in the harness racing programs. Wednesday is designated as Children's Day and all children under 15 will be admitted free in the afternoon. The carnival is arranging a 10-cent ride schedule for the children that day. Children under 12 are admitted free el Schlotzhauer, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schlotzhau- MANUFAOTURER OF QUALITY AWNINGS FOR 31 YIARS CAMPBELL 100 Control Avo. Phono 3-8881 Alton Five Treated In Jersey Hospital Emergency Room JERSEYVILLE — Five per-those who had finished combin- sons were given emergency treat-]ing small grain crops. KEMPER VISIT RUNS STAND The food stand at Jersey County Fair- opening day, by members of Kemper grounds, operated by Jersey County Unit.—Staff Photo. Home Bureau, was manned Monday, the GravemannTo Open Studio In Jersey JERSKYVILLE—Ralph Grave- ounng me weeiu'nn. ' . , ... .-. imann, co-owner of Gravemann Steve Krummelbein, 8, son ofj llrsl truuck ,!? s .° r Ji y esTOcK to jPliotography at 911 Milton Rd., Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Krummel- arm ' e . he j e Monday for place-! A , aiinounced tod , nat he ment in the Junior Livestocks p ... _ ment in the emergency room at the Jersey Community Hospital during the weekend. rtrg , Fajr EntI . Rnt JERSLYVILLE - Among the Tax concessions in Britain's Mosquitos have so invaded lew budget include lowering the i parts of the Argentine that hired home Sunday evening and t he . hot mixture spilled over his bo-j dy. He had first and second degree burns on the cheeks, a r m, burns e "«"*»'«» Gir SU rance Co. ard. Gravemann said a receptionist Kenneth entered six head of will be on duty daily to schedule Herefords in the Junior Live- appointments and, that he and drewe'd^at thrhospitar andl s ! ock , Show c° ni P eliti °'> a »d will his brother, Edward Jr., who is 'also show his entries in the open associated with him in the busi- HEAVY REGISTRATION Registrations on Monday, opening day of Jersey County Fair, were hot and heavy. While the exhibits of livestock were large, fair officials were surprised at the large number—140—of harness horses listed for races starting Thursday afternoon.—Staff Photo. er of Jerseyville slipped on abounds seven and a quarter raft at the Westlake Country i ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. Club Sunday afternoon and suffered a fracture of the right shoulder. She was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital where a bandage was applied and the patient released. Parent* ol Son JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Fritz of Brighton Mrs. Paul have given the name Russell William to their infant son born William Howard Taft was the at 12:05 p.m. July 5 at the Jer-'tirst man to serve the U. S. both and Mrs. Russell Campbell of Grafton and Mr. and Mrs. William Fritz of Jerseyville, and is a great grandson of Mrs. Nellie Campbell of Jacksonville. Mrs. Fritz was formerly Miss Dorothy Campbell. Other children in the family are Virginia and Barbara 3. competition. He was accompanied here by three times each week. his grandfather. Edward Talley; of Girard, who will remain for the week to assist his grandson in the handling of the entries. Fractures Wrist JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. P. W. Connolly fell in the kitchen of| W as a photo technician for Olin her home Saturday evening and! Mathieson Corp. isey Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven as president and as chief justice of the Supreme Court. You're money ahead if you buy now! EDSEL SHOOTS FOR A FIRST-YEAR RECORD -50,000 EDSELS BOUGHT IN 10 MONTHS! J5y latest count, 50,000 new Edselfi on the road in 10 short months—a new record for any first-year car in this price class! And now Edsel's shooting for the all-time first-year .sales record. This means such attractive values on every Edsel deal that you can't afford not to buy now! See your Edsel Dealer today. See how little it takes to own a new Edsel with all these advanced features: New Teletouch Drive. New 303 or 345 hp V-8 Edsel engine. New self-adjusting brakes. New contour seats. EDSEL DIVISION • FORD MOTOR COMPANY For All Typii AWNINGS Homart ALUMINUM AWNINGS HIM'* THI SCORf SO FARf ilnt 10 MOWN* Mb i to IPIMi UU IWMN J0o MTWKN nut AND v-i'i or mi i MT-UUING. IOW-MICIP CM$J* I HtnwiHiuikMmwmwUulym'nkMtHiMMrt *£««d m MBUMrlMM al manujacliuir'i iua_wl«d itiail driimftd prill. I >. TROTTER EDSEL CO., INC. (Formerly TroMor Ivteb) 47 IdwirdivMki Road, Wood Rivor, IHInoli, Mont 4-Mlt in oriif* «*•«• iff you* tocat gpm agaut 0 Htovy ftovf o Aluminum t lobtd on Iftomtl PUIth • AvoilobkinolUiutfor 4oort, windowi, polios 0 iMtoHotlon MM bo PHONE i-iSlt Sun, Rtibvik i Ot. 30f MMf, AHoo _.._ _____ SHOP BY CATALOGUE ... plint was applied and the pa-i "' s Easy and Convenient... lent released. Switzerland's 4th International Congress on Food Distribution — i is held every three years — is cheduled for Geneva in June.i 959. were the boy was released. William Fit/gibbons, 18-month- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fitzgibbons, fell over a box at Ills home Saturday evening, striking his face on the floor and cut- ;ing his lip. He was treated at the hospital and dismissed. Robert Tucker, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tucker, suffered possible fracture of the left hand Saturday afternoon w h i 1 ejsuffered a fracture of the right playing with his brother at hisjwrist. She was taken to the Jer- rtome. He was taken to the hos- ey Community Hospital where a pital where a splint svas appliec and the patient dismissed. Rose Ann Woelfel, 10, da'ugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woel fel, fell while swinging on the limb of a tree at her home Sat urday and sprained her right an kle. She was treated at the hos pital and then dismissed.' Gilbert Buckley of St. Louis suffered a wrist injury Sunday morning at a cottage in Colder Eagle. He was swinging a ham mer and hatchet to cut a piec of tin when a piece of the meta flew up and cut his left wrist inflicting a puncture wound. H< was brought to the hospita where the hand was X-rayed foi possible fracture but none wa found. The patient was treated and dismissed. Rbtarians Meet JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey ville Rotary Club held its week ly meeting Monday noon at the Peace Evangelical and Reform ed Church. Thirty-one members and guests were present. It was the monthly business session ol the club and there was no after dinner program. Light Rain Stops Harvest JERSEYVILLE — Light rain over much of Jersey County halted wheat combining Monday The preqipitalion from 8 a.m until 4 p.m. measured from one tenth of an inch to two tenths o: an inch. Farmers reported that rain fall is needed for corn and soybeans and was welcomed b> mess, plan to be here two or The Gravemann studio has been located on Milton road in Alton for the past three years. Ralph Gravemann was a photographic supervisor for the U.S. Army service and before that Alton Maid chopping (Jontor Dial 5-4271 NEW HOME ADVISER Miss Shirley Dannenmueller (right) of Benton, Mo., who will take over as Jersey County Home Adviser at the close of the summer when Miss Marjorie Leach, the present home adviser, returns to school. With her looking ove some of the 4-H Club clothing exhibits at Jersey County Fair is Miss Frances Davis of Jerseyville, student at Illinois State Normal University and a trainee.—Staff Photo. •ales tax on refrigerators and washing machines. pickers can't pick the flower*, Buenos Aires learns. Enjoy yourself with an HFC vacation loan Extra money from HFC will come in handy whatever you do. Borrow up to $800 in privacy, with monthly repayment term* you select. For one day service, phone or visit HFC today, America's oldest and largest consumer finance company. Modern money service backed by 80 years' experience OUSEHOLD FINANCE 123 W. Third Street, 2nd Floor PHONE: 3-8871-AHon Looms mod* If ttsUoti <t mart* towm THE BEST INVESTMENT You Can Make Is In Your Own HOME Investment in a HOME is not only your best investment, Dollar-wise. It is an investment in the strength and security of America! In Russia and other Communist nations the State is supreme. Every citizen, every home, is the property of the government. In America, the citizen is supreme! HE IS the government! And, the ownership of your home is the finest badge of citizenship. These are truths in which ALTON SAVINGS believes. We are proud of our record of playing a part in HOME OWNERSHIP in the Greater Alton community. Give Us the Opportunity to Say "YES"! ALTON Savings & Loan Association 0*0 IAST THUD ST. ALTON, ILL •HONffcttoo " K

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