Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1960 · Page 9
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June 27, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MONDAY. JUNE 27, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Greene Fair to Auction Box Seats oh July 8 CARROLLTON — Box seats short cuts In mending, on tfte grandstand at the Fair, fwnindt win be sold at public auetMn Friday, July 8 at 8 p.m. at the Fairgrounds. The seats are being told tn preparation for the Greene County Fair which win open July 11 and continue through July 16. Entries In cattle, swine and sheep wilt close July 8 so directors wtH have sufficient time to provide additional stalls and pens, If needed. Entries in all departments may be made by addressing the secretary of the fair, Miss Nell* Witt, anytime before July 8. The secretary and her assistant are already working at the fairgrounds and some entries' have already been received. The racing program will open Wednesday when there will be a two-flrear-oW pace, with a purse of $1000; a 20 class pace, overnight, with a purse of $450 and a 20 class trot, overnight, with a purse of $450. Thursday night's racing program will feature a two-year- Old trot with- a purse of $1000; a 3-year-old pace with 28 class eligible with a purse of $100, and a 28 pace, overnight, with a purse of $450. All the races Friday night will have a purse of $1000 and they are the 24-pace, the 24- trot, and the 3-year-old trot, with 28 class eligible. Saturday evening the purse be $450 and featured will be a FFA pace, overnight; a FFA trot overnight and a 26 trot, overnight Bureau Unit to Meet CARROLLTON — Carrollton Home Bureau Unit will be entertained Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of'THrs. Lyle Moushon. Local leaders will give the lessons on Children's Cloth- Hespttei Nates • CARROLLTON-AdmHted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Saturday were Mrs. Ruby Quiller of Rockbrfdge and Mrs. ' Betty Smith of Mosler. Dismissed Saturday were Roy William Loy of Rockbfldge, Roger Howland, Debra Howland and Mrs. Hilda Tucker of Carrollton, Mrs. Grace Hyde of Eldred, and Mrs. Sandra Qrubb of Greenfield. Chicago Visitors CARROLLTON Mrs. H. Ward Eldred and son, Orvllle, returned to their home in Chicago Friday, having'been guests since Wednesday of the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Mubbard. lawjk Mrs. Anna Hubbard. Hemphill Lists Realty Sales The Harry F. Hemphill Agency today announced the following real estate sales: Edwin D. Cox sold a four-room lome at 3220 Oakwood Ave. to VTr. and Mrs. Charles L. Taylor. The five-room home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Hazelton on 2107 NIXON 'STAMPS' Red, white and blue labels, ptnhlng the presidential candidacy of Vice President Richard M. Nixon, are making their appearance on letters. The "stamps" picture Nixon and Ms tffe. Pat. First of the labels waa rtpottM by John D. Stephon of the Naflonal Republican Club in New York, Plainview Eastern Stars Observe 50th Anniversary Wain St. sold to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Churchman, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Rodgers bought the six-room home ,at 1112 Cardinal Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Ruppert of Bethalto. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Coleman sold Mrs. Virginia Yosts their home at 218 W. 13th St. In Wood River the five - room home on Hendricks lane owned by Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Woll was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keber. A five-acre farm and home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wood, on Seminary road, was sold to ing and Press On Tapes. Roll | Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Pruitt of Call will be answered with!Alton. PRESCRIPTIONS are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 Stall St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE SHIPMAN - The Plainview Order of Eastern Stars observec its 50th anniversary at an open meeting Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs. Richard Greenwalt are the worthy matron and patron. Mrs. John Rosentreter served as master of ceremonies. Charter members of the Order present were presented pins and corsages. They were: Mrs Virginia Combes, Mrs. Walter Huckelbridge, Mrs. Young and Mrs. H. Welch. Mrs. Grace Taylor and Mrs. Mary Dillard were unable to attend. A quartette composed of Mrs. Robert Dunc'an, Mrs. Betty Palmer. John Rosentreter and Richard Greenwalt sang several numbers and were accompanied by M r s- Denby Boring. Parents of. Son SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. James Russell are parents of a son, Steven Lee, their first child, born Wednesday at the Jerseyville Community Hospi tal. Mrs. Russell was the former Miss Mary Jane Stevens. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stevens. Home Bureau Meets The Piasa Home Bureau Unit held its June meeting at the Howard Reno home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Waggoner and Mrs. Herbert Moore demonstrated the major lesson, "Outdoor Cooking Capers." Members brought unusual fabrics' to exhibit. The roll call was answered with "An em- barassing accident that ruined my dress". Mrs. Floyd Darr gave a report on the 4-H Busy Bee Club antfCatated that they had receiveJ^lpHlje ribbon and an A rating at the Macoupin County "Share the Fun" contest. There will be no regular July meeting of the unit but members have been Invited to attend the 4-H Club "Achievement Day" July 8 at the Methodist Church annex at 1:30 p.m. Juveniles-to Meet SHIPMAN—The Royal Neighbor Juveniles will meet at the RNA hall Thursday at 1:30 p>m. Jacob Yowell"s Rites Held Today CARLINVILLE—Funeral services for Jacob Yowell, 72, a farmer of Pojk township, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Heinz Funeral Home in Carlinville. Evangelist Wayne Smith of Church of Christ, Jacksonville, officiated. Burial was in Union Chapel Cemetery, west of Girard. Mr. Yowell died at 8:15 a.m. Saturday at Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, where he had been a patient one day. He had been In failing health for two years but seriously two days before his death. Mr. Yowell was' born Feb. 14, 1888 in Polk Township, a son of Girl Pushed From Gangway, Drowns ST. LOUIS (AP) - A playmate jokingly gave 11-year-old Marilyn Hinkle of St. Louis a shove Sunday. Marilyn fell into the Mississippi River and drowned. She couldn't swim. A witness, John Noble, 14, of St. Louis, said Marilyn was ,on a gangway leading to some barges in the river when, the companion, a girl, gave her a playful shove. Noble and the victim's brother dove after her and Noble managed to reach her. But he struck his head on a partly submerged barge and had to turn loose. Group to Coordinate CountySeatDevelopinent EDWARDSV1LLE — A group involving governmental agencies and Southern Illinois University has been formed to coordinate the planning by these agencies In connection with the development of the university's Southwestern Campus at Ed- wardsvllle. Named the Inter-Governmental Liaison Committee for planning, the group met Thursday at Sit/ administrative offices here. About 15 were pres- cnt, representing the Edwards- vtlte City Council (Mayor William C. Straubc and Alderman Charles Bode), the County Hoard of Supervisors (William O. Str*ub«i Edwartfsville Township assistant supervisor), Edwardsville Plan (Henry Covet-, E. Commission E. Williams, Robert Wehling, Robert Trone), and the Madison County Zoning and Planning Committee (Albert Pnull). Also represented jwero Kdwardsvlllp School Slip- jcrlntendont A. Gordon Dodds, planning firms retained by both the City of Edwardsvtlle and the university, and university officials. Members of the group plan to coordinate their activities as they pertain to city governmental services, land use, and area roads and highways servicing the SIU campus site, Ed- wardsvllle and surrounding area. At Thursday's meeting reports on progress were made by both the university planning firm and the city and county planning firm. The group, which meet9*Jfegu* larly on the fourth Thursday of each month at the SIU offices here, will not hold a July meet* Ing. Jodie Cor«|mr*t Ear* LITTLE ROCK, Ark. W — County Judge Arch Campbell decides paternity suits by comparing ears of male children with ears of purported fathers. Campbell says that during his 10 yean on the bench he has determined IT characteristics of the ear that may be Inherited by sons from their fathers, and mainly relies on these in deciding such cases. Campbell adds that the test does not apply for fathers and daughters. Brighton Picnic Grosses $6,100 BRIGHTON - X record two- day picnic was staged Friday and Saturday in the business district by Brighton Rente Association. Gross receipts were $8,100, Calvin Vomahmen. association president, said this morning. He estimated that profits would be $2,000. Vonnahmen said members of the association were appreciative of the work and effort put out by volunteers to make the picnic a success and added that all proceeds will go into community projects. On the agenda of beneficiaries, he said, are sidewalks, sewer work and both boys' and girls' baseball or softball leagues. *Th"e~''Oreat D r I n K Cure" evolved In Britain—using a mixture of oxygen and carbon dlov-' tde to quickly sober up drunks —was tried out on three volunteers In 'Johannesburg, South Africa, without success. They were even drunker after the test. tarn O'Casey drama about ftt*i R**mon of and the Stew," into a ntattcial. Siegmetster and) the (after to lyrics, art n musical variation. SUMMIR SAL OUtlNO William and Sarah Price Yowell. He spent his entire life on the farm of his birth. 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