Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
Page 8
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PAGIE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, iUJ*¥ 7, ItftfU JL Goeman Dominates Jersey Tractor Pulling JERSEYVILLE - A trm-tor- contest at Jersey Onn- £atr Tuesday attracted fl Itlfft froup of sprctatois. Hubert Allrn was superintendent of this feature and winners were determined by computing the weight of the trsrtor flpntnst th* load pulled and the distance. The tractor with the highest percentage for each class was named winner. In the lightweight tractor cl«S8. 2.000 to 3.500 pounds Prank Hart of- Medora won first; Henry Goeman of Fieldon. 2nd; Edward Phipps of Jersey- ville. third, and Jesse Ruis ol .Tersryville fourth and fifth. In the medium weight class. !3.301 to 5.000. first place was jwon hy Henry (toeman. who also won lourth place: Georgr Morrison of Fieldon received second and third place. Winners in the heavyweight division. 5.000 to 7,000. were: Henry Goeman. first and fourth places; Jesse Buis, second; David Isringhausen of Jersey ville. third, and Clayton Isring- hmisen of Jerseyville. filth place. In the heavyweight match. 7,001 pounds and over, Henry Gasman won first; Clayton Is- ringhauften second, George Mof rison. thlnl, and David Isrin- hausen. fourth. Owests itt Towel Home JRR9KYVTLE — Mrs. Herbert <;. Neely of Kirkwood. Mo . and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Powel of Grand Rapids, Mich., were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer A. Powcl in .Tprseyville. The Grand Rapids couples returned to their home but Mrs. Neely remained (or :m extended visit at the Powel home here. Home from Osage Bench JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. John Prosser «nd grandson. David Price, returned Tuesday from Osage Beach. Mo.. where they spent the past week visiting with relatives. .TERSEYVtLLE — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Scoggins of Car- inllton have chosen the name Robert Bailly Dale, for their son born July 3 at Jerseyville Worden WOftftftN—Mr. «trd Mrs. La«»renc« Schaefer entertained quests at their home Sunday in! honor of th* birthdays of their sons, Larry. 14. and Donald. 11. Alton Investigate Known for Quality **•• W*Cr S at Sensible Prices THIRD «* I MA&A . ALTON 2-FOR-SALE Dan River Wash V Wear MEN'S 28-42 CORD PANTS letter 4.95 quality and make 4.45 each pair REGISTER FOR FREE PONY! Children to 14 Years, Accompanied by Parents. No Purchase Necessary. See Pony at Our Store Friday 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. nuaers THIRD and I PI AS A • ALTON Community Hospital. The babvj Mr an() Mrs L w Madoux have returned home after »'• visit with Mr. and Mrs. DarreH. MinRmpnn at Decatur. | Mrs. Mary Behme has re-1 turned home from St. Francisj^ Hospital. Litrhfleld. Mrs. Edna Reinkr and daughter. | Both Ann came home Saturday j from Community Memorial Hospital. Staunton. William Sohliepsick returned i home Monday from St. Patricks! Hospital. LitchJield. j Mrs. Helen Huston has rctuni- (>d home from Staunton Hospital. A son, Timothy Scott, six r'ounds, 11 ounces, was born July 1 at St. Francis Hospital. Litchfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schopiileber. They have an elder child. Mark. Mrs. Schoenleber is the former ! Miss Shirley Jean Buster of SUum- ' ton. a grandson of Lee of CarrolIton and Mr. and Mrs. Kd Bates of Collar Hills. Mrs. 'Sroffgtns was formerly Miss Delia PHSP. Rmlhr-rs and siy- ters of the hahy are Homer 'Bridnefmth. 26: Mrs. Maudie i Bates. 24: Richard Bridgelorth. J21: Arthur Bridgeforth. 19: jMary Scogginp. 16: David Sros gins. 13: Linda Scoggtns. 11: , Pat rick Scofegins. 10: Juantta Scoggins, 7, and Sammy Seog gins. 3. Son to Alton Connie JERSEY VILLE Mr. and Mrs. William Preis of Alton are the parents of a son born July, 2 at Jersey Community Hospital. The baby is the first child of the couple and is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Provence of Mountain Home, Ark., and Mrs. Alice Preis; and is a great giandson of Mrs. Alice Provence and E. L. Miller, both of Then Invest With Piasa First Federal CURRENT DIVIDEND % PER ANNUM ALTON'S FIRST AND ONLY FEDERAL ASSOCIATION Northern Ireland has shipped Cave City. Ark. The baby ha*, its fj rst logs— 330 tons, mostly been named David Wayne. Mrs.igitka Spruce— to England to be Preis was formerly Miss Alice \ processed into pulp for paper- Provence. i making. Antrim hopes this will Parts Stolen I develop a new Industry in Ire- JKRSKYV1LLK— Mrs. Bruce j land. Bailey of the Fieldon vicinity | r Krause of Jerseyville is the Perdun the loss of parts from n ' w .President and John Short a Massey- Harris combing* v «* President. Lee Hauter rarked in a lot not far from "* continuing as secretary and K Bailey home. Mrs. Bailey •'«"" Surgeon is .gam treas- estimated the parts removed l ^j ___ ...... from the combine to have a value of $30. j Harvesting Wheat i JER.SEYVTLLE — Jersey county farmers resumed wheat! harvesting Tuesday afternoon j in fields where the soil hadj dried to a point where mechanized equipment could move over it. Heretofore, soil conditions in a majority of fields lied been such that Combines could not travel because olj the mud. ; The moisture content of much , of the wheat remained high, but sunshine for a few days will make it possible to bar- 'vest the grain and have it ac- jcrpted by the market. Jermeyville Rotary to Resume Meeting Monday JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Rotary Club will resume its regular meeting sche- r«ule Monday, July 11. at 12:10 p m. at Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church basement, i New officers will begin their PRIZES for BID-A-BUCKS AUCTION! WILSHIRE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER SATURDAY, JULY 9 2 P.M. mill WILSHIRE VILLAGE B*»ppln| Center 70 PRIZES TO BE AUCTIONED FOR BID-A-BUCKS SPECIAL NOTICE: FRIDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 8-9 POUILI "BIO-A-IUCKS" ON All PURCHASES!—till Auction Time, These prizes include B-B-Q Grills, Cooler Chests, Swim Pools, Electric Drills, Wagons, Scooters, Pressure Cookers, Electric Percolators, Scales and many other popular items. Both before and after the Auction, you will be able to use your Bid-A-Bucks to pur* chase any of the 1100 other items, which include Salt and Pepper Shakers, Kitchen Utensils, Jewelry, Toys and Games, Flashlight, Swim Equipment and Garden Tools. Hi addition you will be able to purchase soda with your Bid-A-Bucks all during the Auction. SEE YOU AT THE AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 9 - 2 P. M. 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' 2 OLYMPIA" Warm and Wonderful 700% Virgin Acrilan $O 98 Remarkably lightweight, astonishingly warm. White, pastels .., 72x90-inch, 8 "HERITAGE 11 Reversible 85% Royon—75% Acrilan Check pattern one side, solid color on other* Fine fibtr blend, 72x90. 9 98 fully Guaranteed for 2 Years • •, Our Own 'Bonnie 1 Electric A n*w bbnht frt« IF the d«pend«b!e control unit f«i1$ within 2 y«ar«. Nylon, rayon, cotton blond with M S«ni-Fr»»h" binding . , • 72»l4-in. 13 "EMPRESS" Novelty Chtek 90% layoff—70% Aerilan Colorful chtci patttrn . . . eutiteadina for wermtii, wear. Urge fOrtO-in. 6 Our Own "BONNir Plofds 9tV» loyet—10% AwVn J N«w aya-appaating plaidt- ««<*-**~» •«!««- * Superb valua, I0i90-in«lw 6 ALTON PLAZA - WILSHIRE VILLA8E - NORTH ALTON SHOPMNO OENTER8 DOWNTOWN WOOD IIVER

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