Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1960 · Page 5
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June 17, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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, JUNE 17, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Local Entrants Win in Dairy Cattle Show CARROLLTON -The West' Central Black and White dairy' cattle show sponsored by the ; Holstein-Fresian Association of Illinois was held Wednesday at' the Greene County Fairgrounds, with Sumner Wilson of LltchfteUT as judge. Fred Robinson of Kanp won first In the following classes: Junior yearling bull, showman-! ship. Junior heifer calf, and a 3-year-old which was also the 4-H club grand champion. j Tralands of Jeresyvllle won first in the junior bull class and a four-year-old, who was also senior grand champion. William Hartke Jr. won a first with his Junior yearling bull. Susan E. Wehrly of Kane was first with a senior heifer calf, (fall) and a junior two-year-old. Jeanne M. Wehrly of Kane won first with a senior heifer calf, (summer'. Donna Krueger of Jerse.willc won a first with a junior yearling heifer and Teddy Kuebrick fielfl > won fil ' st '" tne a S pd cow of Jerseyville won first with a class, senior yearling heifer. — Ross Everett Prough, Green- Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily CUTTING THE RIBBON Olfn Mathirmn Vice President R. R. Casteel (left), County Highway Superintendent Harry Klugp and A. J. Wade (right), assistant superintendent, look on as Joseph Troeckler (sec- ond from right), head of the County Board road-bridge committee, formally opens now nrldge over Powder Mill road, near East Alton.—Staff Photo. Honor Roll Announced At CaiTollton .Greene County .Service Co. office to plan coming 4-H club events including the food stand and exhibits at the Greene County Fair; the 4-H club camping expeditions: the camp picnic, demonstrations and the pub- NEW POWDER MILL BRIDGE OPEN Public inconvenience and an 11-mile detour from Olin Mathleson plants on both sides of the Wood River Creek were eliminated when the new Powder Mill Bridge was opened today in ribbon putting ceremonies conducted at 10 a.m. by county officials and executives of Olin Mathieson.—Staff Photo. CarrolIton Church Services Announced . . ... CARROLLTON—The Kcv. Harry l.c speaking contest and also 4-H R Chastrpn of Wnitr Hall wH | dub act.vit.es at the State ^»-, sprak a , thr 9 a . m . service Sunday CARROLLTON — The honor '" August. , ;i| Fjrs( Baptjs , ( . huirh in the ab- rolls and the high honor rolls Two Marriage Uc-ehses sence of the pastor, the Rev. for the second semester at the CARROLLTON — Two mar-. l)iinvin Rolens. Carrollton Community Unit riage licenses were issued Junei 'p|, p Rpv Robert Pitsch. pastor High School were announced 1o in the office of Ray Bennett, | of , ho Met hodist church .will speak this week by Guy Petty, princi- Greene county clerk. One was,. l( , n(1 10 ,^ 0 a m SPrv j ce j n the pal. issued to William A. Appel and \ dul) . ch ^ ' Seniors nn the high honor roll Mrs. Chnstiania Twaddle, both: jhp "Soarch for Christian Unity" are Larry Shelton, Pat Kell. Dor-1 of Springfield. The other was is- js thp mcmc> of , hp ' Rpv Percy is Pohlman and Geanne Shire- sued to Jude Caselton and Miss man. Deanna Wiles was the only!Mary Kathleen Pranger, both of Sunday" Vt'hr 'united Presbyter- junior. Roger Schneltcn. Ronnie Carrollton. '" • Schroeder. Toni Waters. Duane, Vacation Bible School few days with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Klinepetcr. Mr. and Mrs. Orville l/)ve- kamp returned home Wednesday from Rochester. Minn., where both went through the Mayo Clinic. Mrs. Emma Pierce spent her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elon Pierce. Baptist Scramble NEW YORK </P> -- With .Southern Baptists increasingly active in the Northern part of the country, t he Thursday at Jacksonville witlv (Northern) Baptists American are no\\ Eldred BLDRED - th« EMrtd Unit of the Greene County Home Bureau met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. George Schllds with Mrs. Donald Parks as hostess. Present were Mrs. Kenneth Brannan. Mrs. Nlnn Woods, Mrs. Dale Relf and Mm. Ben Lake. Mrs. Parks gave the lesson "Children's Clothing 11 . There will be no meeting du> (ng July and August and the September meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dale Relf. Rev. John Finnan has announced Sunday services In the Baptist Church will be: Sunday School 9:30, morning worship 10:30 and BYF 6 p.m. There will bo no night service. A baptismal service will be held In the Car rollton Baptist Church at 2 p.m. j Rev. Finnan. Miss Connie Wayham returned to her home In Greenfield Thursday after a visit with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. launching work In the South, with three mission leaders already assigned there. Venrtet Vartrtt, ItiVM. • _, .—..^.*.--i«l. MW. WMWHI «ll Mpt Clifford fSMflitOrf ftifutf st. it<* City. visiting at tin x hon>f Retort* ***** ®* granddaughter, Ktwil arc staying In OftiHW mtn attves. _____ Mre. Harold Clendintif went to Etat St. Leula THuwday to bring hef baby Jdfl Iwitw trom the hospital tntrt, flit twin sister will be able to aemt tome In about a week. . Communron CteMlg* VATICAN CITY WP) - A ffcw ruling of the Roman Catholic Church authorizes Catholic bishops to permit priests to give Holy Communion In th« after- noori or evening even when mans Is not celebrated. The distribution of the sacrament be in connection with other religious service, however, If mass Is not said. must some DO YOU KNOW! PIASA FIRST FEDERAL ANTICIPATES A 4i% PER ANNUM DIVIDEND FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1960. Piasa First Federal STATE & WALL STS. PHONIC HO «-«M5 oreico 'ifcii* v*r tar* m* «-< A Seff-sharpeniM rotary Madas smoothly whirl away v fee toughest of beards. A Adjusts automatically to every type beard MB pinch... no pull... no irritation. A Easy flip-top cleaning — push a button empty oat ^ whisker dust ^ Fetraaaentiy lubricated brwsta motoc. NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, INC. 100 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y. Norelco is known as PHILISHAVE in Canada and throughout the rest of the free world. mon topic of the Rev. Joseph W. Moushon and Joe Tepen were CARROLLTON - Vacation the sophomores and freshmen j church school will be held at Eth ,. id {or the 10;30 a . m . serv ice wot-e James Hamilton Kenny|Berdan Baptist Church, begin- ,„ thp ^^ church Sunday. Standefer and Marsha Journey. jn ing Monday and continuing Th R Francis Varble will A rs^iXJic=rr s ss,r i? £ rxi^^ssr ^ritsr c™, K t;: ;z/s tsanm " se Ih ™ h x^rrsr^r:, rsrrtr^xi CA ™r'™<v s^^ps ton and Judv Waeener CARROLLTON — The Rev. . and Bible study perlo d ton and Jucty vvagener. .Joseph W. Ethridge, pastor of 1 Juniors-Danny Martin. Judy the christian church, will Martin. Donna Riechmann. Zelma Goodman, Martha Littleton, ian church. "Mountains of God" is the ser- fo ™' a n d conference of Jerry Vandersand. Carol Willis, Donna Hindelang, Sandra Angle, Kay Camerer, Gary Carter, _ Mike Shackelfprd, Mike Shire-! T ™;~ da ™ f or Ve~orWta7ion'sen- in The Rev. Elner Grafft will speak j'at the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at Mt. Gilead Baptist church and in the evening at 8. t Wednesday p.m. man and Connie Sfeinachcer. Sophomores—Miss Donna 'Sue Allen, Leroy Ray, Charles Koster. Pat Valstad, Betty Whitlock, Charles Gerson, Judy Jilg, Eileen Stuart, J. B. Trost and .~, At , D « T T „.-.,.. ~, . Din ivn.. n « CARROLLTON — The annual Bl11 Wllson> closing-day picnic of the Car-! CARROLLTON - Beverly '• ices for the new pastors of Illi- Inois. The Rev. Ethridge will [return to Carrollton Thursday evening. The Rev. Grafft will also speak at the 9 a.m. service at Berdan Baptist Church, which will be followed by Sunday school at 10 Carrollton Notes Freshmen — Stephen Black, Richard McLane, Gerald Williams, Marilyn Edwards, Barbara Robinson, John Robinson, Karen Booth, Richard Clough, Bob Giliingham, Gene Gourley and Marie Hires. Club Leaders Confer rollton union vacation church I Ethridge. Becky Ethridge and school, which has been held the I Joe Ethridge of Mattoon are past two weeks, was held today I spending this week with their at the city park. grandparents, the Rev. and School Commencement iMrs. Joseph Ethridge while CARROLLTON - The daily | their P arents are on > & buslness vacation Bible school of Faith ! tr 'P to Texas ' CARROLLTON-Greene Coun-Wist Church will close with! Mrs. Gladys N,x * Gtasgou ty agricultural 4-H club leaders a commencement program a ,, amved Wednesday to spemj and the youth committee of the ": ;J '0 p.m. today in the church. Agricultural Extension Council The children will present a re- met Wednesday evening in the stime of the work which they L. - have been doing. For Easiest Going... Smoothest Mowing... On Any Lawn! LAWN-BOY MOWERS For lawn care made easy . . . hitch a ride to a Lawn Boy Loafer! So easy to handle anyone can operate it! Air-ride firei! 2'/j H.P. motor—strong enough to pull or push many accessories. 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