Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1958 · Page 5
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MONfiAV, JULV 14,1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAQfi ItVl Trophies Presented Top Winner* at Jersey Fair - Weather male over all b««d« was owned delayed the present* by Orviile Low, 3t ,* «f Payson, tion of trophies at the Jersey Ctmtity V&it until Friday evening. The special awards for 4* showmanship in the Ag show til. who was presented the trophy given by K. A P. feed Store, Honegger.s Feed, The grand champion beet male will be presented the winners at over all breeds was exhibited by the annual 4*H Achievement day program in November, The trophy for *rand champ* ion steer over all breeds was awarded to Don Cngwln of Lock port, 111, This trophy was presented by t& Beach Grain Co. The grand champion barrow ov er all breeds was exhibited by Milton Starman of Ursa, HI., who received the trophy offered by th* Jersey County Grain Co. The grand champion beef female was exhibited by Herbert Foreman ft Son of Hammond, 111., who received ihe trophy presented by Landon's Feed and Grain Co. The grand champion dairy female ever all breeds was owned by Timber Farm of Danville, HI. and they were recipient of the trophy offered by Prairie Farms Creamery of Southern Illinois. The grand champion boar over all breeds was owned by Ronald Trimble of Modesto, 111. who was presented the trophy given by F, R. Miller and Son Hardware. The grand champion sow over all breeds was exhibited by Vincent & Evans of Lima, 111. who received the trophy given by Up dike Milling Co. The grand champion dairy W. Hav* Mov«d MIDWEST ACCOUNTS SERVICE — Collections — Now at 121 E, BROADWAY Alton, IN. Herbert Foreman it Son of Hammond, 111. who received the tro- pair He phy offered by Martin A Smith ^^ and Complete Feed Grinding Service. Demo Picnic Set July 22 At Jersey JERSEYVILLE - The Demo- :rals of Jersey County will hold a picnic at the American Legion Park at 6:30 p.m. July 22. Members of the Jersey County Women's Democratic Club are furnishing the beverages and the Democratic Central Committee is furnishing, fish, chicken, potato salad, baked beans, slaw and bread. Any who desjre to do so may bring a covered dish, Each family should bring their own table service. State and county candidates on the Democratic ticket will be present to meet the group. Attending Missouri Camp JERSEYVILLE. — Mrs. Harriett Wainwright is accompanying Bobby Lahr, Paul Steinkuhler, Virginia Lahr and Beverly Colman to Missouri Camp Farthest Out at William Woods College, Fulton, Mo., being held July 12 through 19. A well planned program is conducted at the camp which takes its name from the fact that it signified "Going all the way out in seeking God and the laws of His Kingdom." There are prominent leaders in charge of Creative Art, Music, Spiritual Life groups and Re- Winners Listed In Swine Show At Jersey Fair JERSEYV1LLE - David Gary, son of Mr. and^Irs. Clifford Cary of Kane, was all-out winner of the Duroc Jerseys in the Swine Department of the Jersey County County Fair ,000 Awarded To Dairy, Beef Exhibitors At Jersey showed sow in the his champion class and had seven blue ribbons. The champion boar in the Black Poland China class was owned by Ronald Brown of Waverly who also had six blue ribbons. The champion sow was exhibited by Russell Henning of Lorraine. 111., who also took three firsts. Richard Stayton of Carlinville had two firsts and Serven & Son of Prairie City. one. In the Spotted Poland China class H. Wayne Caruthers of Waverly had the champion boar and took four firsts. Milton Starman of Ursa had the champion sow and took seven firsts. Jan Caruthers of Waverly also had a first. Vinson & Evens of Lyma showed the champion boar and sow in the Hampshires and took eight blue ribbons. J. W. Lane of Carthage had three firsts and u'ayson Starkweather Jr. of Hettick, one. In the Berkshires John W. Riley of Mattoon had the champion boar and took four firsts. Wayne and Linda Norton of Timweil had the champion sow and look seven firsts. Merlin Eiler of Camp Point had a first. Ronald Trimble of Modesto had the champion boar and sow in the JTERSEtVlLLE - The Cattle Department at the Jersey County Fair offered a total of $6,004 in premiums and exhibits were judged by Glen L. tten- berger. Pearl E. Johnson was superintendent of the department. Logan Cravens of Oilman, 111., exhibited the champion bull and champion cow among the Polled Herefords and took 10 additional blue ribbons. Firsts were also taken by W. K. Woods of Louisiana, Mo., who had-four, R. A. ttenke k Son of M-vo, and Harold V. Parsell of Jerseyvllle who each had one. tn the Herefords, Virgil Bradel' meter of Edwardsvllle showed the champion bull and Robert BrackelbUsch of Diverson, exhlbt< ted the champion cow. Bradel- meler had nine blue ribbons and Brackelbusch had four. Blue ribbons were also won by Robert and Dennis Roach of Jerseyvllle and Darrell Krause of Kane. The champion Angus bull wai owned by Herbert Foreman & Son who also had the champion cow and nine blue ribbons^ Willow Creek Farm of Galesburg took five blue ribbons; Tuetken Angus Farm and Patricia Walsh of Jerseyvllle. one each. In the Shorthorns, Connie Land Farm of Waverly exhibited the champion bull and took six other blue ribbons. Kallal and Darr o Jerseyville exhibited the cham treats, and activities. other Youth group Read Telegraph Want Ads. "getting io know you .... and you us!" in this day and age we've come to believe that miracles (that is at least what was considered an impossibility) will never cease... such is the case in this dacron-cotton blend dress . . . always as the new appears on the market, look to Myers Brothers to have it... another way of our "getting to know you better". Chester Whites and took seven firsts. Gary Bryant of Franklin had three firsts and Brad Price of Carrollton took two firsts. In the Yorkshires, honors for the champion boar and sow went to Jim Woods of Chesterfield. He also bad 10 firsts. Allen Boehler of Girard had a first and Sharon and Larry Parsell of Jerseyville had blue ribbons. In the class for all other breeds, Hubert Shaw of Fieldon had the champion boar and sow and took four firsts. Dwyer & Carter of Carlinville had three blue ribbons, and Kenneth Stayton of Carlinville had four firsts. Superintendent of the Swine division was Harry R. Sinclair and the premiums totaled $3,312. Glen L. Henberger was the judge. pion cow and took five blue rib bons. Don Cogwin of Lockpor had three firsts and Glenn Man gold and Richard Stayton of Car linville had one each. Larimore Stock Farm of Plain ville made a clean sweep in th Milking Shorthorns and Red Pol Class, showing the champion bull champion cow and taking 15 blu ribbons., Hubert Allen was superintend ent of the Dairy Cattle Depart ment and W. H. Meyer judgei this division. Premiums to tall e $5700. Richard Van Meter of Jersey ville had the champion bull ii the Jersey Class and also tooi eight blue ribbons. The champioi cow was exhibited by Earl Tern house of Liberty who had thrc< firsts. Eddie Kallal of Jerseyvilli iad two blue ribbons and Kay A filler of Dawson, one in this lass. In the Guernseys the champion bull, champion cow and IS blue ribbons were racked up by Bill lozene of Sullivan in a clean sweep. lh the Holsteln class Orville ./jos Jr., of Payson owned the ihampion bull and took 11 firsts. Tie champion cow was exhibited by Orville Loos & son and they also had two firsts. F. Seven & on of Prairie City, and F, B. Tracy of Jerseyville had a blue ibbon each. In 1he Brown Swiss class leorge Schanfelberger of Green- ille had the champion bull and hree blue ribbons. The champion cow was owned by Chet Duncan & son of Carthage who also took seven firsts. James Schanfelberg- er of Greenville had two firsts and C. C. Becker of Alhambra lad three blue ribbons. In the Ayrshires Tall Timber Farm of Danville made a clean sweep showing the champion bull, champion cow and 15 firsts. Boy, 10, Hurt JERSEYVILLE—Edward Klunk, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Klunk, was brought to [he Jersey Community Hospital Saturday afternoon following a collision of the bicycle he was riding with an automobile on East Pearl street near the Gubser Store. The breaks on the bike failed to work, according to reports, and the collision resulted. The boy suffered minor contusions and was dismissed following treatment. Carlinville Sheep Sweep Jersey Fair JERSEYVILLE - S h e e p etv tries at the Jersey County Fair were heavier than usual this 1 ] year and a total of $3,415.50 was offered in premiums in this division. Leo Egelhoff was superintendent and Lloyd Lorton was the judge. All firsts went to out- of-towners In this class. In the Oxford class the champion ram was exhibited by Gilson flobinsoti of Carlinville who took three blue ribbons. William L. McClelland of Modesto had the champion ewe and received eight blue ribbons. For the Hampshires Robert Sleight of Griggsville had t h e' champion ram and took five blue ribboijg. The champion ewe was exhibited by Keith McMillan who, also itook one blue ribbon. Eddie Niemeler of Litchfield had four firsts and Donald Sellers of Kampton, Ind., one. Ault Brothers of Roseville had the champion ram, champion ewe and 10 firsts in the Shropshires and William L. McClelland had one. In the Southdowns Gale Cole of Palmyra shewed the champion ram, champion ewe and took ten irsls and Kendall Cole of Palmyra had one. In the Suffolks class Robert Kaufman of Carlinville had t h e John E. Sprinkle of Montlcello, 111., had one first. In the Cotswolds class David Bangert of Carlinville had a clean sweep, showing the champion ram and ewe and taking 11 firsts. Poor ftfHtteftt fcUSSELLVlLLfi, Ark. -» A student at Arkansas Tech Got* lege modestly voted for Ms op» portent in a race for preatitent of the student council. The opponent won, 216-215. champion ram Niles Crowdet and two firsts. Of Taccog, Ga., owned the champion Suffolk ewe and received nine firsts. Jim Meno if Carlinville exhibited the champion Dorset ram and took live firsts in this class. David Bangert of Carlinville was owner of the Champion Dorset ewe and had six blue ribbons. In thr Corrledales class Starv ley Scott of Claypool, Ind. show ed the champion ram and had nine firsts. Larry Mead of Avon had the champion ewe and took two blue ribbons. In the Cheviots and Montdales class, the champion ram and tampion ewe were both exhibit- d by William D. Ross of Green- eld who also took 10 firsts PANORAMIC Windshields Wl*d*w« for All Cars LYONS GLASS 34OO Hell* ro. »!•! S-S7.11 79-Year-Old Sulky Driver & Hurt At Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Dr. George Minshall, 79-year-old veterinarian of Viroque, Wis., was injured while driving a sulky in the races at the Jersey County Fair Friday afternoon. He was thrown from the ve hide and was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital for examination and treatment. He suffered minor concussion and a fractured right thumb. He was hospitalized and released Saturday. Brighton Mrs. Myrtle Myers is ill at her tome on West Vince street. Warren Myers of Ferguson, Mo., visited his mother Saturday afternoon. 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