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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 6,1960 Lana Ballard of Jerseyville Awarded First Place in Pageant at County Fair Gov. Stratton to Lead Jersey Parade Thursday JERSfcYVILLE -The .Jersey- vlllr Merchants' Pnrnrlr nt 1 p.m Thursday, with its musical, units, and floats, "ill officially! open tlip raring program for the! Jrrsry County Fair/ Harness j nnd mule racing are set for 2 p.m. at the fair ground following the presentation of awards to the winning floats. "School Days" is the parade theme this year and all rdurat- ors who have taught 25 years or more in Jersey County will rirlr; In the parade and receive special recognition. Gov. William Stratton will lead the line of march. Two local teachers. Miss Josrphine Tuetken and Miss Mary Curran, teachers at the Jersey- villc West Elementary School, tied for the honor of long service in the teaching field here. ! both having records of 47 years. I A trophy engraved with their! names and teaching record, will be received by each. j To Receive Pins Each of the other 31 who have j taught more than 25 years in local schools will be presented a pin, a replica of an open "Book of Knowledge," with proper inscriptions. ' Of the SI teachers of 25 years or more, 24 plan to be in Thursday's parade. The honorees and number of years they have taught are: Alma Breitweiser 38; Leola Cantrell 28: Ada Cook 25: M. A. Curran 32; Mary Curran 47; Catherine Curran 34; Frederica Conklin 30; Effie Fraley 30; Wilma Beach 37: Eunice Houseman 29: Eva Leach 34; Cora Lofton 28; Lenora May 28; j Stella Miller 39: MaYy Ellen] Ohley 35: Grace Pellikan 36: Velma Pellican 34; Inez Reher 26; Mary Riordan 44; Marie Roach 36; Myrtle E. Rowling 26; Anne Shortal 39; Josephine Tuetken 47; Josephine Stahl 46; Erma Worthey 36; Charles H. Daniels 27; Harriet Erwin 44. All are elementary school teachers. Teachers in high school are Alex Guinn 28; Louis Heider 29; Hazel Leak 30; P. P. Downey 37; Nelle Pearl Brown 34; Miss Rebecca Newcomb 25. FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD Lana Ballard of Jerseyville (center) who was chosen Miss Jersey County in a Jaycee-sponsored contest held in connection with Jersey County Fair Tues- day night. At right is Juanita Broun, first runner-up, and at left is Karen Cotter, second runner-up and the Miss Congeniality of the contest.—Staff Photo. The parade will leave the Presbyterian Church at 1 p.m. and entries must be there by RUNNER-UP Juanita Brown, first runner-up in the Miss Jersey County contest, photographed in dancing costume in which she appeared in the talent section of the pageant. 4-H Project Achievement Garments On Display at Fair JERSEYVILLE-One hundred and 32 garments entered in the clothing show at the Home Economies 4-H Achievement Day received "A" ratings and all, 12:30 p.m. Charles Vanausdoll J1 he garments entered are on dis- will line up the entries and .start i play this week at the Jersey the parade. Parade Chairmen Ivan Heiderscheid is general parade chairman. Chairmen of the various divisions for entries are: Aron Cope, auto and truck; Herb-Naylor, tractor and equipment; Joe Susnig, commercial County Fair, which began Tuesday. All entries from the "Town and Country" Club were given "A" ratings on their garments. Members of the club participatr ing were: Karolyn Becker. Sus* an Becker. Barbara Breitweiser, floats; Virgil Pis onus, organiza-, C arpunky. Pat Collins, tion floats: Virgil Pislonus best, pamda Co , ]ins Ch , Dav , tteme float divison; and Joe! Ljnda KM Ba) , bara ^ Susmg, horse division j d Dj w fl , Th entry|Doak of Mayor James Dolan has issu-l . _ '...-.._ Eight Accidents In Jerseyville Over Weekend JERSEYVILLE — Minor accidents resulted in treatment of eight persons in area hospitals over the weekend. Jesse Lester, Jerseyville, fell from a ladder at his home at 9:3.~> a.m. Tuesday and sprained his •ight ankle. He was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and released. Hubert Droege, Jerseyville, suffered a facture of the left hand while playing ball in Hartford. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital where he was admitted for treatment. Linda Salerno, 2, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Salerno, Alton, was treated at the local hospital for an injury of the heel at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. She caught her foot in the spokes of a bicycle she was riding. After treatment the patient was dismissed. Clyde Peiper, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peiper, Medora, was brought to Die Jersey Community Hospital at 4 p.m. Sunday for re Anna Blck. Charfotte Ontis, Brondai mova | O f a foreign object from hit. I7r»H,jo,-e Iii%r/*» Qr>r»rt " U" C5 « Shirley Phillips, and Barbara Powers, "A"; Pauline Powers, Piasa Bluffs •B" Piasa Bluffs, Elaine Gerson. Judy Gross. Barbara Hoffman. Judy Hoffman, Martha Jean Jones. San dra McDonald, Susan While. Susan Wills. "A"; Donna Georuevlts. Linda GeorRevits. Brenda McDonald "B": Dottle Price "C". Rainbow Girls. Doris Bannister Lynne Blofna, Patty Blotna. Sherry Bock. Gayle Christen. Judy Lahr Roberta Christen. Young, Marlene Kathleen Christen. Ruth Ann Miller and Janet Schroeder "B". Rosedale Hustlers. Marilyn Crull Judy Groppel. Helen I.angley. Pes gy Parke, Rebecca Parke. Jackie Scott. Linda Williams, Karen Sue Crull and Vicky Wurford. "A" (•rafloii GRAFTON — Miss Louise jPurdy entertained with* a barbecue party on the lawn at her home Saturday evening. Games I and Mrs. Guy I sons of Alton; Hickcrson and Mr. and Mrs. | and dancing were provided. Present at Misses Patty Nelson Trask and daughter of I 'East SI. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. | J. Carney, Mr. and Mrs. G. Tolle! Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. G.j Warren, Mr. and Mrs. James the party were: j Tolle and children and Mr. and and Donna Kay j Mrs. Wilford Bead and daughter Campbell, Carol Stephens, Chi-: all ol Godfrey. quita, Marti and Linda Purdy, I Charles Stephens, Ronnie and Larry Bechel, David and Berry and Sam Highfall. Attend Fish Fry Wilsons Visit Parents AI-C and Mrs. George E. Wil- THE WINNING FORM Lana Ballard of Jerseyville, selected Tuesday night as tlic Miss Jersey County. Photo was made during bathing suit parade at Jersey County Fair- Mr, and Mrs. William Pohlman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Morris DeSherlia and family of Grafton' attended a family din- DaJei son ](,(•( Monday for the A i ri grounds. I Force Base in Blytheville, Ark. j-- following a visit of several days ty Contest at Rapids City. Mrs. ning. at the home of his parents. Mr.! Baxte) . wjl] accompany hcr sls . Ml , Nilim . vj(T prrsldon t and Mrs. Art Wilson. Celebrates Birthday Fifty two boys and girls of JERSEYVILLE - Mtsu Land Ballard, who announced that ahe wants to be a high school teach- . P r, was chosen Miss Jersey County in n Jaycw-sponsored pageant staged in connection . with the Jersey County Fair" Tuesday night. She WHS selected from a field of 12 candidates. First runner| up was Miss Juanita Brown,' ! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. i Brown of Jerseyville. and" Miss; Karen Gotter, daughter of Mr. land Mrs. John Gotter Sr., of I Brighton, wns second runner-up" and fllso was named Miss Congeniality. i I95» Graduate ; Miss Ballard. who succeeded ! Miss Sandrn Critchfield as Miss i Jersey County, Is a daughter of ;Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ballard of Jprspyvillr. She is a 1959 graduate of Jersey Community High School and is a student at Mon- itlcello College. The pageant WHS an official Mi.ss America preliminary contest and Miss Ballard emerged with two titles. Miss Jersey County and Miss Jersey County Fair. i Contest judges were Edward : Kit/miller of Kit/miller Beauty i College, Alton. Mrs. Jackie Do.n- 'ovan of Patricia Stevens School j public relations department and i Richard L. .Johannesman of Mercantile Trust Co., Si. Louis. Dick iPerdun, sheriff of Jersey Courty, acted as auditor in tallying votes of the judges. | They Officiated . i Ed Gardner, president of Jerseyville Junior Chamber of Commerce, was in overall charge of arrangements. Miss Critchfield bestowed the crown upon her successor and the trophy presentation was made to Miss Ballard by Miss Donna at Sarginson of Medora. the curler on a trip to Las Vegas for DIP class, was elected president ren t Miss Illinois County Fail '• several days. of the class for the coming year. Bob Skibbe and Jean Gardner and fish fry Monday at thej tended a birthday party for Lin- home of Mrs. George Tolle in da Sue Wallace at the City Hall! lodfrey. Other relatives attend- ng were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beard and daughter, and Mr. Joyce Scoti a -, . Rulings on the "Meat in your right nostril. ^Kathleen ma A i „»!„., n™ K,, c ; of Ba>' bara Breitweiser IS being und Sandra Albrecht. both of 4-Leaf ed a proclamation asking busi-i . , , . Clover .girls, Sherry Gaffney of ----- ... ------ .. .,... * --- -, .. E isem 10 me Maie ian on con i Kem p er " Makers . Judy i sr inghausen. ; Carol Kruse and Karen Martin, all top auto "Daredevils" The 28-stunt, hour and ness firms to close from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday and join in the fair activities. Today was Children's Day and judging in some departments began. Tonight the featured attraction will be Jack Kochman Daredevil Show, one, of the nation's acts. forty-five minute performance will include such classic, high speed thrill manuevers as the bone - crushing "t • bone" crash, the two wheel drive and the famed reverse spin. Pacer Blending Well Sold to Syndicate JERSEYVILLE - The well known pacer. Blinding Well, owned by Paul Woolsey of the Summerville vicinity, has been sold to an eastern syndicate, ac- struction. » RaHng. awarded .he various o^er clothing exhibits were as follows: i f " ° f Wadfo'w Girls "B" Mary GB * bara Cary. Virginia Fritz. Diana Kramer, Donna Kramer and Deanna Mottaz, "B". mela Long of Lucky 13. "C". Outdoors Meals Bake and Stitch Club. Doris Frost, i ] n n ie outdoor meals project rat Roberta Frost. Elaine Johnson and Linda Johnson "A"; Martha Baker. Patricia Johnson. Karen Sue Loy and Doris McDanlels, "B". Delhi Beavers. Bonnie Breiiweis- er. Linda Kunallakan. and Shirley Wiltman "A"; LaVonne Kanallakan. Jeri Sue Smith and Pamela Staats "B"; Loretta Hartman, Helen Rue. Rue and Judith Underwood ings were as follows: Mary and Sandra Albrecht. Carolyn Marshall. Betty WooUey and Vlcki Woolsey. all of 4-Leaf Clover Olrls, Janet Bryant. Paulette Bryant, Rose Mary Cronln, Jean Schroeder and Donna Fry, all of Jolly Jills, re celved Griffith. •A""; Linda Judy and Gerson, Gale Pesay Isrlng Eager Beavers Eager Beavers. .Judy Belermann, Cheryl Schmelder. Kathy Schmeider, Evelyn Spangler. Barbara Ward. Carol Weller, Carolyn Weller. Gayle Wock and Pauline Wock. "A": hausen. Janet Kanallakan, Carol Kruse, Karen and Pali Martin, Karen Morrison, Shirley Phillips. , Roberta Schanf, Pauline Powers ! and Barbara Powers, ail of North Star Helpers, "B". In the flower arrangement project, Barbara Hoffman of Piasa Bluffs received "A" In the advanced Margarel Ayres. Melody East, Bon- Broup . ]n t h e beginning group. Judy nle Kadell. Barbara Weller. andi Groppel of Rosedale Hustlers .and Deborah Easl.\"B". Martha Jean Jones of Piasa Bluffs f-iriclitv Bu<iv BPPS Donna received "A"; Marilyn Crull Of Brunem-n. Wanona B< Fri, Z , Paula i Roseda.e Hustlers, Susan Holme, o Gorham. Joyce Moore. Rulh Ann Jersey Jesters. Dome Price of Schaaf. Janet Shackles. Sharon | Pl«sa Blul fe H ^"'"J?' 0 ' 1 nil* h £d Tongor (and Ann Woolsey. "A": Searls of Vldelity Busy Bees, had i.lunice Healey. Helen Howell. Laura B : and Donna Rich, Kathy Scarls and Cynthia!-'esters and Lmdu Williams jSearls. "B". i dule Hustlers. <" Four - Leaf Clover Girls. Mary Albrecht. Sandru Albrecht. Barbara: Terry and Sharon Wadlow. "A": Sandra Spangle. Deborah Wadlow and Vivian Welch. "B". Hapoy H o m e m a k e r s. Murgle Brakewlle. Martha "C.' cording to reports received here this week. The four-year-old pacer hoon nn thp racine pirpnil oeen on me i at ing circuit Hurel Cunningham. Church. Georgia Mar- Easl a two-year-old, and has an ex- Nancy Fritz "A": Patty Kallal and Susan Prosser, "B" Jersey Jesiers. Cynthia Beach. hasjSusun Holmes. Mary Llleo. Beverly 1 Major. Pamela Muuzy. Martha Pow-1 el. Terry Ringhausen and Trudy Tracy Re-el ec led To Top Post in Jerseyville KOs JF:RSEYVILLE — Members eel lent record of races paced \ Catny and won over the past two sea- Brenda sons. The price paid by the syndicate has not been made public, but is reported as a substantial figure. Crop Danwjce Pemiaueiit Thomas "A": Susan Beach, carol j of the Fourth Degree Knights of Cox. Linda Gllworlh. June Gorman. I—. . , .. p nppn iu nn Tor Mauzy. Donna Radiey.]LoiuniDus ol me Larronton-jer- Ringhausen. "B": Jeaniseyville Assembly held their an- Dickey, Donna Hansen. Judy Ring hauten and Cheryl Witt. "C Gilbert Ashlock, 8, son of Mr and Mrs. Edwin Ashlock, Jersey ville, was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at 2:30 p.m Monday. He fell against a meta structure 1 supporting a gas tank incurring a laceration under the right arm requiring sutures. Martin Christen, 8, son of Mr and Mrs. Henry Christen of Jersey ville, dropped a glass while pump ing water at his home Monday evening, and cut his 'right thumb on the broken glass. He was brought to the'Jersey Community Hospital where sutures were used to close the wound. Mrs. John Davenport, Jersey ville, was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 3 p.m. Sat uj-day for treatment of a lacera tion of the left foot. She was runn ing a lawn mower at her home when her left foot was struck with a foreign object. Sutures were needed to close the wound. Mrs. Charles Lasater, Hardlri incurred a compound fracture o; the lower leg at 6 p.m. Monday when she fell on the stairs at hei home. She was given emergency treatment at the Jersey Commun ity Hospital and was later trans (erred to Alton. Daughter Born To Scheldt JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs Raymond Schell, Jerseyville, have selected the name Janet Marie for their infant daughter born a 3:34 p.m. July 2 at the Jersey Community Hospital. Right and loiter* Jersey Right and l.efters I'uchs. Judy Erwin. Diana Ruth Ann | French. Brenda Geisler. Mary Hagen. Loretta Hagen. Connie Heltzlg. Sandra Kadell. Joann Kuebilch. -____.. Judith Nowak. Carol Randolph. Pa- JERSEYVILLE — Crop dam-hricla Russell. Hope Wlltman and Barbara Zlpprich. "A": Joan Holer- mann Mary Kuy Green Juanita age by flood waters in some areas of the Macoupin Creek bot-! Kjefer. torn lands ha* been heavy as a result of the recent heavy rains. Gus Jreer, who operates a 160- acj-e farm northwest of Jerseyville in English Township, was a Jerstyville visitor Tuesday morning and reported that his bottom land croos for this season are a total loss. Freer said that flood waters took 47 acre* of bottom land corn and t*n acres of oats lands of other farmers in the adjoining areas suffered similar destruction", he said. "We studied the advisability of trying to plant the fields again," FUMT statad, "but our decision was th»t it is too tote to take the rick far thj* year, so we aro just going to let the land remain idle until ttw spring ol 1961." Jonesport, Portland, Rockland. 8outhw«»t Harbor and SUminfton «n Maine'* lobittr portf, ' Sandra Gcrla Poglajen Russell. Carol Sandra nual dinner and election Sunday The baby weighed six pounds ow in Jerseyville. Jounce. She is a granddaughter o Wives <bf the members were guests. Curran, admiral; Al Schleper The group attended Mass at 8:30 a.m. at the Church of the Holy tJliosl. and dinner was ] comptroller; Leo Godar, Carroll ton, pilot; Dr. B, H. Klueg, trus itee; Fred Kirbach, Carrollton served at 11 a.m. in the parish hall by the women of the church. Frank Tracy was re-elected to the post of faithful navigator at the election and presided at session. Other of- d * k Janlce Wendle Rebecca Wltiman and Janice Shaw "B"; Heisler. Patty Helslcr. Helen Willman. "C". Jolly Jills Paulette Bryant. Rose I .u,. Mary Cronln "A". Janei Bryant. IIIR Susan Peters. Patricia Young and ificers named were: Ray Schroed- Donna Fry "B". Kemper Makers. Sherry Cjaffney. Diana Hubbard. Judy McAfee. Donna Sllghten and Marl* Hllyard "A". Celetta Burton. Janice Burton Mary Cunningham. Darleue Kllmul "B" Lucky i:). Jan Heiderscheid Mtir guti'ite Klueg Belh Long Pamela Long Sharon Piiraell Sue Threl keld Pamela Wahl and Gail Wll Uiim-,01) "A 1 Kuihleen Duuk. Jeannie (/ray Judy Cope "B" j North SUr Helpers, Gale (.1 illlili ' Judy Uimghauken Peggy Isrlng- hitusen Janet Kuimllukan. Carql Kruk«. Karen Murlin. Pali Martin. Kuren Morruon. Pstncla Morrison, rollton. outside guard; Heno Cordes Sr., Carrollton, trustee; Joe Kuebrich, Jerseyville, trus tee; Rev. P. P. Helnen, friar. WALLPAPIR MONTIOELLO COLOR OENTER Af(Milii>«»Jlc> flaaa Uodlri'.v Unubi* G«|ie Your n«' tor to (ail Ui W* Deliver. 10 PHAAMACIM11 FtVf COBVMlMI Prompt, Avvunlt Mrvlc*. f>ur«|l JULY ONLY DRY OLEANINQ SPECIAL BLANKETS 99 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 1<cuv(? Kor Camp A group of boys and girls left net were commentators. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sorlhke Mr. and Mrs. James Gibbons of manv & ifts> jodfrey. Before her marriage Mrs. Schell ivas Miss Agnes Gibbons. Other children of the couple are: Barbara, 11; Wayne, 10; Virginia, 9; Dennis, 7; Douglas, 6; Gary, 4, and Patrick, 3. « Kampsvllle Couple Have Boy JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brangenberg, Kampsville, are the parents of a boy born at 12:23 p.m. July 1 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby, Mark Edward, weighed seven | pounds 8V 2 ounces. He is a grand- i son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kremeri and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Brangen-j berg, all of Kainpsville. ; Mrs. Brangenberg was formerly j Miss Bonnie Kremer. Other chil-| dren are Ruth Ann, 5, and Jean Marie, 17 months. Return to Pennsylvania JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence V. Drury, Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. K. C. Benner, Pittsburgh, returned to their homes Tuesday following a visit here at the home of their brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs-. Bryan Caffery. They were called here by the Illness of their mother, Mrs. Frank Drury, who has been a patient in the Jersey Community Hospital. Mrs. Drury was able to return Jo her home Tuesday. Resumes Post after Leave JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Conrad M. Roemer, who has been onj leave of absence from her host! as deputy circuit clerk, resum-i ed her duties in the office of I Circuit Clerk Paul Kadell on; July 1, During her absence,! Mrs. Robert Pohlman, a former deputy circuit clerk, has been employed in the office. Leaves for Vacation JERSEYVILLE - Miss Marie! Hall will leave Saturday for a, month's vacation. She will fly! to Chicago to be joined by Miss Kathleen Taylor and go by plane to Seattle, Wash. They plan on visiting Portland, | San Francisco, and Los Ange-i les, and will be guests in Beverly: Hills, Calif, of Miss Hall's sis-! ter, Mrs. Emily Kimbler. \ Mjss Hall is on vacation from! her duties as business officer! supervisor for the General Tele-i phone Co. here. : Friday evening. The young peo- Monday morning for Camp Red and daughter. Mrs. Alma Sooth- j\ av y Finds Midget pie spent the evening dancing.,B U( J on t |, r i ja k, 0 O f (| K , o/arks ke and son Jack, Chicago, were ' The honorce was recipient of ;ncar Kaiser, Mo. for a week of KUPSts . Sundi) of Ml , and Ml . s S u |, j n P ea rl Harbor camping. Several parents of the G w . Critchfield. The party was given by Lin-schildren furnished their trnn.s|x>r- da's mother, Mrs. Don Wallace,'tation. assisted by Mrs. Fred Forbes Jr:, Mrs. W. Stephens, Mrs. L. Visits Father Charles Rudolph of Sale Net* $50 The Food Sale sponsored by the' Royal Neighbors of Ameri- HONOLULU tti ; investigating — The Navy a Japanese Freeman and Mrs. Ward Kelley. iMich., arrived Saturday for Mrs. George B. Baxter, guest visit with his father. B. E. Ruof Mr. and Mrs. Roscoo Baxter dolph and hi sister. Mrs. Ora left Sunday by plane from Brainnrd. ca at the a n< . Upd t nr , ice house Saturday approximately Lambert Air Field for Rapid Ci-: Attend Class Reunion JDSC M. Volasco Ibarra is thrice president of Ecuador. ty, S. D., where she will join her! Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nairn at-, "Give me -a bateony (from sister, Mi.ss Charlene Lumberg, tended the dinner-dance of the j which to make speeches, in of Joliet, 111., winner of the Photographers Press National Beau- 1930 class reunion at the Moose Hall in Jerseyville' Sunday eve- every town and I will win," once said. midget submarine, believed to have been part of the force that attacked Pearl Harbor Dec. 7. 1941. Navy divers accidentally discovered the submarine June 13, about a mile outside the harbor. The 80-foot craft, lying upright on a bed of coral, was heavily encrusted with marine growth in about 70 feet of water. Layaway NOW at These Fabulous Low Prices! Replace Worn out Dolls or Layaway for Fall Gifts Layaway for Birthdays Layaway for Christmas Only $1 holds. Np carrying charge. was 30 'Tall M.fl A. i-Ft. 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