TUESDAY, JULY !M, PAGE THREE 4-H Members Win Honors At Greene County Exposition CARHOLLTON — Members of | the Greene County 4-H Clubs had a large display of projects this year at the 101st Greene County Agricultural Fair which closed Sunday. Winners of A ratings in the 4-H Club entries in the various departments were: Garden and Home Garden—Bob Shannon, Carrollton, 1; Gary Hubhard. Carrollton, 1; Helen Ann Ostermann, Carrollton, 2; Denny Ford, Greenfield, 2; Gladys Patricia Winder, Roodhouse, 1; Edith Marie Winder, Roodhouse, 2; Roberta Winder, Roodhouse, 1; Marilyn Hubbard, Carrollton, 1; Marilyn Shannon, Carrollton, 1; Mary Helen Whitlock, Carrollton, 2; Mary Louise Piper, Roodhouse, 1; Mary Jane Albrecht, Carrollton, 1; and Michael Paul Evans, Roodhouse, 1. Flower* »nd Home GarBeti Improvement—Joyce Blair, Carrollton, 3: Martha Dodtiqn, Greenfield, 3; Mary Frances Tunison, White Hall, 1; Judy Osterman, Carrollton, 1; Roger Carter, Carrollton, 1; Robert Devening, Kane, 1; and Rita Gall Allen, White Hall, 1. First place winners in Poultry and Babbits—Jerry Jauett, Hook bridge. 3: Marilyn Jouetl, Rockbridge, 3; Gladys Patricia Winder, Roodhouse, 3; Edith Mnrlc Winder, Roodhouse, 1; Mary Louise Piper, Roodhouse, 2; Sandra Albrccht, Carrollton, 1; Bobby Byland, Carrollton, 3; Michael Paul Evans, Roodhouse, 1; Mary Ellen Whitlock, Carrollton, 1: Roberta Winder, Roodhouse, 1; Mary Louise Piper, Roodhouse, 1; Gary Hubbard, Carrollton, 1; Roger Carter, Carrollton, 2; David Cart- •, Carrollton, 2: Bob Shannon, Carrollton, 1; J. B. Smith, Greenfield, 1: Ronald Short, Rockbridge, 1, and Roger Allen, White Hall. 1. Electricity—Sherry Sample, Greenfield, 1, and Ronald Short, Rockbridge, 1. Handicraft Display—Janice Guilander, Kane, 1; Carole Jane Lorton, White Hall, 1: Robert Devening, Kane, 1; Marilyn DcShasier, Kane, 1; Linda Sue Pembrook, Greenfield. 1; Sharon Day, White Hall, 1; Lawrence E. Weber, Carrollton, 1; Mary Lee Strang, White Hall, 1; Roger Allen, White Hall, 1; Rita Gall Allen, While Hall, 1; Judy Harmon, Kane, 1, and Linda Lor ton, White Hall, 1. Handicraft Article—Janic* Gulland, Kane, 1; Zeverly Jonei, Kane, 1; Robert Devenlng, Kane, 1: Marilyn DeStiasier. Kane, 1; Lawrence E. Weber, Kane, 1; Mary Lee Strang, White Hall. 1; Barbara Hanneken, Kane, 1; Elizabeth Ann Ray, Kane, 1; Connie Koster, Carrollton, 1; Judy Harmon, Kane, 1; Darla Havelka, £1- dred, 1; Jim Brannan, Eldred, 1: Carole Lorton, White Hall, and David Dickinson, Roodhous*, 1. Wildlife Conservation—Sherry Sample, Greenfield, 1, and Shirley Card-well, Roodhouse, 1. Entomology—Mary Louise Piper, Roodhouse. A rating winners In livestock were: Swine—Billy tSewart. White Hall, 2; Bob Bowman, Greenfield, 7: Bobby Stewart, White Hall, 3; Melvln Burnett, Roodhouse, 3; Leonard Rawe, Carrollton, 3; Bernard Dawdy, Patterson. 1; Edward Ballard, Carrollton, 1; Gerttle Stewart, White Hall, 1; Bryan Koontz, White Hall, 1; Michael Koontz, White Hall, 1; Dean Barnett, Roodhcuse, 11 Paul Rawe, Carrollton, 3; and Robert Lee Ford, Greenfield, 1, Winners of A ratings In Beef Cattle—Eugene Goeddey, 2; Donna Reynolds, Carrollton, 3; Carolyn Spencer, 1; Dale Edwards, 1; Robert Bowman, 3; Bobby Joe Goeddey, 3: Ronald Whitlock. 1; Marilyn Edwards, 1; Stephens Rhoadei, 1; Tommy Handlin. 1; Karen Lee lUndlln, 1; Larry Mean, 3; Judy Ostermann, 1; David Parki, 1; Gen* Ostermann, 1, and Stephen Martin, 1. The grand champion steer of all breed* waa owned by Judy Ostermann; the reserve champion by Larry Mean and the Grand champion female of all breeds was owned by Tommy Handlin who also won honors for ihowmanship. Winners of the 4-H Club Dairy Show were: Jim Powell, 1; Carole Jane Lorton, 1; Lyndell Guthrie, 2; Mary Louise Piper, 2; Jane Kinser, 1; Richard Martin, 1; David Carter, 1: Carl W, Dawdy, 1, and Marilyn Faye Dawdy, 1. The champion' -dairy female was owned by Mary Louise Plpe'r and honor* for showmanship were won by Iverett Prough. llanlin HARDIN — Jim McDonald helped his brother, Paul, move from St. Louis to Chicago over the weekend. They stopped at Bloomington and picked up their brother, David, who is attending Illinois Normal. Paul has resigned as registrar of St, Louis University, effective Aug. 1, and has accepted a like position ,\vith the Illinois Institute of Technology. He and his family are staying with his father here for a few days, and he is commuting to St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ringhausen and Doctor Hardesty visited at New Salem and Dixon Mounds Sunday. Mary Lee Morton left for her home in Tucson, Ariz., Monday morning after visiting Telatives in this section. She is a niece of Dr. R. R. Hardesty. Mrs. Kate Arnold and Marguerite attended the Costello-Kirbach wedding reception and dance at Carrollton Saturday. Mrs. Philip Aderton returned home from a St, Louis hospital Monday. She has recovered satisfactorily from her recent illness. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Hurley returned from California the last of the week, where they had gone to attend the wedding of their son, Charles. Paul Durr and family have gone to California to spend a vacation. St. Barbara's Church at Batchtown will sponsor its annual dinner and picnic Sunday. The past week end's traffic into Calhoun was one of the largest of the season. Sunday was an ideal day for fishermen. Bunker Hill Club Entertained At Alton BUNKER HILL. - The Busy Bee Club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Albert Deucker in Alton. A short business meeting was held after which canasln was played. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. George Gugger, Miss Freda Keirle, and Mrs. Oscar Bunte. Refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. Howard Colburn, Mrs. Albert Scott, Mrs. Fred C. Bort, Miss Freda Keirle, Mrs. George Gugger, Mrs. Oscar Bunte, and Miss Maine Plager. Mrs. Louis Enke Jr., will entertain the club in August. Bunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL.—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuethe and children, Cathy, Bill and Ted, left Friday night for Florida where they will vacation for two weeks. Capt. and Mrs. Robert Finley and sons, Mark and Mike, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Finley's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Miller. Capt, Finley had been stationed at Tucson, Ariz., and will report to Plaits- burg, N. Y., at the end of his leave. The Rev. Roger Gallagher, pastor of the Congregational Church, J. B. Stephenson and Miss Sandra Shehorn left Sunday for Merom, Ind., where they will attend camp this week. The Bunker Hill Softball team won over Gillespie Sunday 17-5. Woodbnrn WOODBURN — Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Pennington of Kokomo, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. .T i m j Covalt visitrd Mr. and Mrs, J. j L. Pennington over the weekend, j Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murth vis- j itPd Mrs. Annie Marth find Mr.! and Mrs. Albert Marth at Alton Sunday. Mr. and Mr? Larcher Heal have returned from a two weeks' vacation in Florida. Louis Warford of Clifton Ter- rnce, father of Jack Warford, is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swift of Girard; Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Warr of Brighton, and Mrs. Robert Elberg and children of West Woodburn visited at the home of Mrs. Leonora Elliott Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lucker of Alton spent Saturday evening at the Elliott home. Mrs. Lillie Winsel is spending this xvpek with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Miller and family, near New Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arnold vis- ted Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Wright »1 Forrest Homes Sunday, Mrs. Vright is slowly improving from in illness. Saturday visitors at the home 8.A. COUNCIL WARS ON ALCOHOLISM Most of South Africa's 90.000 alcoholics could be rured. asserts R. P. T. Anderson, head of the Council on Alcoholism, in Bloemfontein. Various councils on alcoholism have brren formed to help in rehabilitating victims and the council seeks the cooperation of doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists and ministers, Anderson said. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 80 FOOT HIGH SCOTTISH "WONDER" TO BF, PRUNED "One of the arboreal wonders of the world, the great beech hedge at Meikleour, in Perthshire, Scotland, is due to be pruned this year. The pruning is donr every seven of Mr. and Mrs. John Ray were Mrs. Allen Welch and children of Rosewood Heights and Mr?. Enke and children of West Woodburn. LJALL roDA* FOR rREE ESTIMATES!WE ARE AS NEAR AS VOUH FBLEPHONt DRAPERY AND SLIP COVIR PAIRICS FREE! SEWING FREE! THE DRAPERY SERVICE CO. 1057 Washington Upper Alton Dial 2-S871 In St Louit Call WO. 2-84S6 NOTICE! SPECIAL MEETING Hotel, Restaurant, Tavern Employees MEMBERS OF LOCAL 243 8:00 P. M. TUESDAY, JULY 24 10 00 A. M. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 25 Please Be in Attendance—Very Important! Signed— EXECUTIVE BOARD LOCAL 243 or eight years, and is no easy task for the hedge is 580 yards long and 80 feet high. Workmen use tele- scope ladders to reach most branches. top- Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" WHEN YOU BUY— Buy Al Home Alton Banking & Trus> Co WHEN YOU FINANCE— Finance The "Wedge Plan" Way Kane KANE. — Mrs. Ross Reynolds and Mrs. Isaac Wyatt' had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reynolds, and Jimmie Hurley of Alton; the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Davis and son, Charles, Claude Reynolds, Mrs. Everett Baze and daughter, Connie, and Timothy Heraty. Mrs. M. M. Post of Jerseyville was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oman Vanders- and. The Carrollton Community Chorus sang at the local Baptist Church Sunday evening. Francis Giberson left Saturday for Camp Rucker, Ala., after a 20-day leave with his father, Andrew Giberson, and sister, Mrs. Victor Ladd, and other relatives. Mrs. Elmer Wooley of Carlinville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Linder. Mrs. Nettie Denby of Carlinville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cary. Mrs. Robert Green and family of Carrollton visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ozbun. D. J. Calvey of Dallas, Tex., and Kenny Lane of O'Fallon, Mo,, have been guests for several days of Mrs. Henry Roewe and family. Billy Varble returned Sunday from Chicago where he visited a week with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Camplain. Mrs. Kyle Witt returned Sunday from Villa Grove where she visited a week with her son, Lee P. Witt and his family. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeShasier were Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Shaw of White Hall, and Mrs. Harry DeShasier Sr., Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scoggins and children of Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crane were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Shaw. Dr. Paul T. Berry and family of Troy, Mo., visited Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ester Carlton at Nebo. Mrs. William Darr spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Frank Proffer in Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Curtius Pregler had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wehrly of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pregler and son, Raymond of Carlinville. FOR ELGIN WATCHES JEWELER Authoriicd Elgin Dvaim 17U WA8H1NC9TON AVB. ALTON, ILL. CHOCOLATE SODA ALTON'S FINEST Mate MM OM-FadiloiMd Way 25* 4ir-Coi»iHtio»ie4~- UeUghttttUH Cool! Optn S a.m. until 10 p.m. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE •M BAST BKOADWAY PLANT A SAFE VACATION- START HERE WITH SHELL'S SAFE DRIVING QUIZ NO. 11 Do you know the traffic rules in the states you'll drive through? In the column on the left, list the states you'll pass through on your vacation trip. Then fill in under the four questions the correct answers for each of these states. STATES YOU'LL DRIVE THROUGH MAXIMUM LEGAL SPEED IN STATE* M.P.H. JVl. P. H. M.P.H. .M. P. H. JV..P.H. LEGAL DISTANCE FOR DIMMING HEADLIGHTS? .FEET .FEET .FEET .FEET .FEET MAY YOU PASS ON THE RIGHT? D YES DYES DYES DYES D D NO D NO D NO DNO MAY YOU PARK ON HIGHWAYS? D YES DYES DYES DYES DYES D NO D NO D NO DNO DNO One rule applies in every state: drive carefully! HERE ARE THE ANSWERS FOR ALL 48 STATES: Minimum Dlitence Pass Park , Maximum Dlstsnce Pen Park Mite lefil tar dlmmlnf on on SUM lefll for dimming on on speed' headllghUT rifhtr hlfhweyT epeed' headllghUT rlfhtr hlihwayt AloitflUM AifaoiM Arkamtex 1 60 60 , M Colifoniiei Si Cotofvelf C»m»e«rt Del»»e»i Moriet. Me** IMeMie Ittatena) I.W. M Mt 5S > u W W •0 urewM W rtaiontbl* m*A crADeir 500 1,400 500 500 500 500 not tMcKM 500 500 500 ISO 500 500 „ reasonable not Koa*«* mriA UMH .Mental . Kotvcky W 500 lawitiwMi «P L-.-- MwyfaM MsVMsMll MMU»M ssssUsssssMiMl U^^L^s^jW -y- --« Ms.LnT Mehrojke 4S I » reasonable •»••• and proper «S • H ii M rcMOMbl* MdtWOMT •S . « 500 sop 500 500 500 1,000 500 500 1,000 not tpeclfletf t t » t t t •e t t t t t t •o t MO t * H* t » t t t t Mo-unlett dlubled No-unlese dlubled No t t t t •o-gnlaw disabled t No-unleu disabled Ho No No-unleu dltebltd No-unleu dltebled No t t t t HO * No-unlese dlubled t No-unlm dlubled No-unless dlubled ftUimJ. teasonabl* *••• and proper New Hampshire) New Je*My N*wM«si«t N«w Yoit North CeirafiM NwKiOeAe** Ohl*> OtiLhew. Orffwi P«nnsyt»«ist» MwetetekMel South CeircSiw South Oak0M Tcnnute* TOXM Utah V«rmoM Vii|ie4e> Wothi^tM We* VUtJWej WiMt«eio Wyomie>0 Diet, of Col. 50 50 «0 SO SS W ID M U W so Si •0 «s «0 M 50 SS •0 SS •5 M 25 500 150 500 not specified not specified not specified 200 not specified SOO 500 500 500 500 200 &00 100 SOO not specified 500 SOO SOO HO SOO Use low beam t No t t t "* t t t * • No t No » t * No * * t No t Yet t No t No-unleu disabled No t •o t No t . t Yes No-unlesi dlubled No * No Mo No No-unleu disabled * * No No-unlesi disabled Yet MHoutfd with restriction* * Speed* nottd or* (A< maximum normal limit*. In built-up artai. on curvti and in other iptcial circumitancti much lower ipned Itmiti may be potted — obey them! And an turnpike* and thruwayt, higher ipeedt may be allowed. Vte thu privilege wnelyt Ititll Maae)»t>: tear cut ihii chart and k««|i M handy during your trip. This is the wanderlust season. It's the time when you tuck your brood into the car, fill 'er up, and away you go to places you've never been before. Up, up, up to the top of a pine-crested mountain. Down to the floor of a valley where a quiet river flows. Through long shady archways of elms. And every mile can be a safe, happy mile if you heed the state traffic laws. And remember this simple message from Shell: Keep your eyes on the road, your hands on the wheel, your mind on your driving. Obey traffic rules. And come home safely. FREE BOOKLET. These safe driving quizzes are available in booklet form at your Shell dealer's service station. Prepare yourself and your sons and daughters of driving age for pleasant and safe trips in your automobile. Stop in today for your copy. SHELL OIL COMPANY Sign of a betterJiiturejbryou l ewMk tolpM InfeiMtiMi •• (raffle f*e»lat«M« I* haaay SMI mapt. Alk * «uiy Shell itwin nation. •19M SHfU. OIL CO. Prepared in cooperation with tht Automotive Solely Foundation.
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