Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 5, 1960
Page 8
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, JULY 5, 1WK) PAtaJb *,"• &•: < Fair Delegates Chosen Friday At Jerseyville * warrl Hoffman. Miss Breltwels- or's dress is to be a State Fair ExWbit, and Miss Hoffman a entry is a complete costume. Judy Groppel of Rosedal* Hustlers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Groppel, was selertrd JERSEYVILLE - for the flower arrangement demonstration at the Fair. Named as aUm , afes ,„ thte di . who wnrepK.w.ntthP county Ml vWon werp Barhara Hoffman. and M.S. Kd- and Martna Mhr Illinois Stale Fair werr s^-irfHueht I lrrted Friday at thp Jerspy : County Home F,ronomirs Achievement Day. Clothing mode! delegate* named were: Judy Gross, mem- e r of Mr. wanj Hoffmani 4-H | Je , n . Tones dau(?h , cr of Mr . and Mrs ljerav Jones ^ of Bluffs Club. The foods demonstration dele. f _^, -^ • • ,« • * I • • i*_ iwvio v*\. 1 1 1\. hw of Piasa Bluffs Club rlauRh , gate from j wil , Club, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Hoffman; Trudy Thomas, Jersey Jesters Cluh, dnugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. William |Thomas: Carol Randolph. Jersey Right and Lefters, daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Randolph; and Jan Heiderscheld, Lucky 13 Cl'Jh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Helderscheid. Alternate clothing model representatives include: Marguerite Klueg, Lucky 13 Club, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Klueg; Judy Erwin, Jersey Right and Lefters. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Paul Erwin; Martha Sue Powel, Lucky 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powel; Donna Brueggeman, Fidelity Busy Bees, daughter of Mrs. John W. Quirk; Pamela Long, Lucky 13. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long. Garments selected to be sent to the Fair on basis of construction were: by Barbara Breit- welser. of Town and Country Club, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ICugene Breitweiser; and Judy Hoffman, Piasa Bluffs Cluh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- : J *«" ^ckey of the Jersey Jesters Club, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Earl Dickey. Alter- nates who will attend demonstration elasiws at the Fair arr Judy Ofoppel, of Rosedalpj Hustlers, daughter of Mr. andj Mrs. Ray Groppel. and Susan' White, of Piasa Bluffs Cluh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vi< - tor White. Judges for the Achievement Day'event were: Miss Jacqueline Harris, Home Adviser of Macoupin County; Mrs. Nancy Hamilton of Jerseyville. qualified Home Economic teacher ; and the Greene County Assistant Home Adviser who is teach ing In Plttsfield. Mrs. Katharine J. Neumann of Carthage, 111., new Home Adviser of Jersey County, assumed her duties here July 1 PRESCRIPTIONS art • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modorn Pharmacy 2610 Staf%St, — Mirth Alton — Dial HO 5*5313 NIEE PARKING NIXT TO STOAI CLOSE BRUSH WITH TREE Christus figure stands in St. Patrick's cemetery facing toward west from where destructive winds came Thursday. Great tree fell, just brushing cross, 'and winds plastered leaves against the stone. Many other monuments in the cemetery were toppled by the winds.—Staff Photo. County Fair Event 1960 Jersey Beauty Coronation Tonight JERSEYVILLE — "Miss Jer-jin the introduction of the con-:by a drawing. The contestants sey County of 1960" will be ttstants by Jean Garland. ; are: Miss Martha Walz, Miss! named tonight in the Jaycees Mrs. Dennis McKay, the form- Ringhausen, Miss Dawn Beauty Pageant at 8 p.m. at the|e> Connie Dawkins, Miss Jersey Witt, Miss Betty Wock, Miss fairgrounds. She will receive j County of 1958. will "be program Darlene Doty. Miss Lana Bal- her crown f rorn Miss Sandra;director, and Mrs. H. V. Hen-lard. Miss Karen Cotter, Miss; Critchfield, the^ "Mte« Jerseyjderson will be her assistant. ; Claudia Smith, Miss Jean Rey-i County of 1959" sponsored by Sponsorship of contestants hy nolds, Miss Linda Heraty, Miss Griffin's IGA Market. i participating merchants and Frances Perdun and Miss Jau- The three judges for the con-!business firms, was determined r*ia Brown. test are from out-of-town. They^ ~ * —• are Edward Kitzmiller of Kite-! miller Beauty College in Alton,! Mrs. Jackie Donavan from thei Patricia Stevens Modeling! School in St. Louis and Richard L. Johannesman of the bond department of Mercantile Trust j Co. at St. Louis. Kitzmilier is a director of the Greater Alton Chamber of Commerce, vice president ot the ^lli- nois School Owners' Association, vice p'resident of the Monticello Businessmen's Association and president of Wilshire Mall Busi- VACATION TIME CAR SAFETY SERVICE nessman's Association in East Alton. Mrs. Donavan is public relations director and model placement coordinator for the modeling school. i Bob SJdbbp, Jerseyville Jay-i cee, and member of the staff of the locaj radio station, will bej master of ceremonies, assisted j Jersey Farmer Hurt te Cow Here's What We Do /- •\ cc 20l OLD FASHIONED REMNANT SALE 3 BIG DAYS-THURSDAY- FRI.-SAT., JULY I 8, 9 USE GRANT'S CHARGE-IT WITH A MONTHLY PAYMENT OF You May Have 10 130 15 200 II JERSBYVn-LB - Preston Randolph, 40, 3VHW County farmer, was kicked by a cow about 6:30 p.m. Saturday, and suffered an abrasion of the right hand. He was brought to the Jersey 'Community Hospital for examination. Pam Scoggins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Scoggins of Jerseyville, caught two of her finger* in the door of an automobile about 10:45 p.m. Sunday, and incurred painful wounds. She was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and dismissed. Virginia Schell, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schell, stepped on a wire in mud puddle about 5 p.m., July I, and incurred a lacer ation of the fight foot requring sutures. •won*•» ffccepttap JERSEYVlUB-Mr. and Mrs, Paul Lytle Jr., of Shaker Height*, Ohio, wejpa hpfiortf at feceptjon given Sunday evening at the Westlake Country Club, The couple arrived Friday to visit with J4r«. Lytls's parents, Dr. and MJf • Robert Mindj'up. Announcement of their marriage was made earlier this month following the bride's graduation (ram Denison Universioty at QranviUe, Ohio Mrs. Lytle wai formerly NUsi Cynthia Mlndrup. Serving at the reception were Miss June Hutchcraft of St. Louis, formerly of Jerseyville; Miss, Carol Tarvui of Clayton, Mo.,.Mrs. Roy Agostini of St. Louis, who was formerly Miss Sandra Thatcher uf Jerseyville; and Miss Sue Apn Mindrup of Alton, cousin of Mrs. Lytle. Mis* "Tan/in and Mr«, Lytl* were roommates at Deoiion University. 1 BRAKES Iiupect brake lining and wheel cylinders, add fluid, and precision •djiutbraiM. ALL ONLY 2 ALIGNMENT Correct caster and camber and toe-in and toe-out to manufacturer's specifications. 3 BALANCE We balance both front wheels and install necessary weight* to manufacturer's specification* Any Car Easy Pay Day Terms 4-M AU SIZES SAlfMICEP ENGINCHED up Quiator, stroni«r, built to f lastlon«»r! Made to fit your car. Rustproof*) to last up bf 3 timw longtr, 11 r us SAP i i Y CHICK YD Ilk CAK FREE Back to School PERCALES Tubfast. Small neat prints, grouped to save you time and trouble. 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