Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
Page 17
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JULY 7, ALTON EVENING TBLfiOftAPH PAGE SfcV &N i t i ^ 4-tf Clubbers Have Their Day at Annual Jersey County Fair CHAMP SHORTHORN STEER Larry Moore of Medora with the 4-H Club Show champion shorthorn steer photographed at Jersey County Fair Wednesday. Racing Starts At Jersey County Fair JERSEYVILLE - The harness i racing program at Jersey County j Fair got under way this afternoon land will continue daily through Sunday, starting at 2:30 p.m. Feature event of this evening will be the Roy Acuff musical and variety show in front o,f the grandstand. Friday night feature attraction will be an ice follies show. * Carnival Worker Hurt at Jersey County Fair JERSEYVILLE — Wood River Board Told of Proposed Precinct Changes EAST ALTON ••- Proposed changes in Wood River Township precints were presented by Supervisor Fred Grenzebach and Township Tax Assessor Russell Sparm at a tojwishlp board meeting here Wednesday night. The proposed precinct changes. which will Iw submitted »o the county board of supervisors for approval, will Include enlargements and number changes. It was reported that the recent Alton annexations necessitated the proposed changes. Additions proposed for Precinct 9. which has its polling place at the Cast Alton City Hall, will be areas in which Illinois Power Co., American Smelting. Great Lakes Carbon and some of the Illinois Terminal Railroad property lie. The proposed enlargements plan for Precinct 17 will include Forest Homes and the additional areas of the Alton State Hospital, Culp Lane and Fosterburg Rd. Whers Store in Forest Homes it the new polling place for Precinct 17. It was estimated that 75 new voters would be included in the Precinct. Propsosed precinct number changes are: 20 to 10 at Blair School polling place in East Alton: 17 to 11 at the East Alton Community Building polling place; Roxana Offers Sidewalk Plan ROXANA— Henry Oiler, chairman of the sidewalk committee of the Village Board has announced that anyone desiring to have sidewalks placed in front of their home or up to their house may do so by paying 38 cents a square foot and contact Street Superintendent Frank Lovell Immediately M Ms wot* will be started hi ffemrt two weeks. Today the last of the fflto tlH of sidewalk renewal was finished. The village employee broke up old sidewalks which needled repairing and hauled them away. The laying of the 230TJ feet was completed in a two-week period. Baptist (lam Meets ROXANA — The Women's^!- ble Class of the First Baptist 22 to 12 at thp Wilson Boat Store polling place on Edwardsville Rd.; Heights Gradfe School polling place. The township board approved bills totaling $17,591.55. Bills were: town, $2,283.99: road and bridge, $12,017.19; and general assistance, $3,290.97. !the ling I the j were and Mrs. Hazel Ftem- by Mrs. Roy assisted ,by Mrs. Albert •Bean. Alpxander Graham Bell, who invented the telephone, was nuaff ried to Mable Hubbard. She htd been deaf from scarlet fever since the age of 4. PERKY PONY This foal, not an entrant, is part of the exhibit in the pony division At Jersey County Fair and is shown with Carol Yocom whose father operated Hi Vue Pony Farm in Jersey County. Free Swim Lessons Start July 13 at Wood River WOOD RIVER — The Optimists Club and Wood River Swimming Pool are co-sponsoring a series of six free swimming lessons for beginners, it was announced to-1 day. ! AH children six years of age and older, are eligible to eru-oll in the classes which will be held July 13, 15, 18. 20, 22 and 25 from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. at the Wood River Pool. Instruction will be under the supervision of Howard Getting, pool manager, and Leroy Emerick, city recreation director. Wood River Exposition Opens Tuesday WOOD RIVER — The second annual Wood River Township Homecoming Exposition, sponsored by the Wood River Moose Lodge, will be held Tuesday through July 17 at the Moose Serving as instructors will be *roun • 15 qualified young people who Featured at the event will be make up the staff of the swimming pool, including the life guards, and the city recreation depart- Jam esiment. CHAMlflON HEREFORD Champion Hereford, female, at 4-H Club Show at Jersey County Fair Wednesday was owned by Jiirt Parseli of Jersey County. The Hereford was also reserve , champion over all breeds. Parseli was in Champaign today as a member of a stock judging team selected at the fair Wednesday. ;Haynes of Memphis, Term., an i employe of a carnival com- ipany showing at Jersey County Fair, was injured in an accident at the ferris wheel Wednesday. j The carnival firm declined to ! give out any information con- jceming the accident. ! Haynes, with an injury to his right arm, was admitted as a patient at -Alton Memorial Hospital. Following the classes, the chil-j an exposition tent in which displays of Wood River merchants will be located. Carnival stands and 14 amuse: merit rides are also included as rouow.,* ,,,c i.,™. u« -»-j part of the six day ce i e bration, dren may stay and swim as long annnprt , n _ tn Mnnso nf fi^ n i c A man's brain is smaller than that of an elephant, but not in proportion to total weight. KAY WINDSOR $0 f«ihl«n right for now «nd lifer—Kay Wind. tor'i throe-quarter ileeve shirtwtUt of Imported cotton. Thli wonderful cotton beauty ipani the Miioni and trtveli everywhere^, Mluei iliet 10 to 20, bl«k or brown. \" DrHMl — Third Floor as they desire during the afternoon public swimming period. Registration for the instruction will open Friday at the pool office. Children must appear in person to enroll. Late registrations will be accepted any time during the series of class sessions. As the class is limited to 200, Getting stated, enrollment will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. The free swimming program is an annual project of the Optimist club. Art Sweet, president, and Marvin Mallory are serving on the arrangements committee, working with Emerick and Otting. Mrs. Evan* HI WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Arnold Wiegan, 41 W. Penning Ave., and Mrs. Robert Wood, 333 Oak Dr., East Alton, have returned home from Flat River, Mo., where they were called last week due to the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. Louis Evans. The 12 children of Mrs. Evans were called to her bedside: daughters arriving from Chapel Hill, N.C.; Ledington and Flat River, Mo.; Wood River, East Alton; and sons from Kansas, Oklahoma, Virginia, Oregon, Korea, and Mis- according to Moose officials. Funds raised from the event will be used to help support the Mooseheart orphanage at Moose heart. 111., and the Moosehaven home for the aged in Florida. On Wednesday, children and nuns from the Alton Children's home will be guests at the event during a special operation in the afternoon. Free rides, popcorn and Other refreshments will be provided for the children. The activities for the general public will be conducted from 6 p.m. to 12 midnight each day it was reported. Soviet Ambassador To Cuba Named MOSCOW (AP)-Tass today announced the appointment of Sergio Kudryavtsev as Soviet ambassador to Cuba. Kudryavtsev, a diplomat with most of his experience in Europe, has served in Paris, Bonn, and Vienna and with the Polish-Czechoslovak department of the Soviet ministry of foreign affairs. SA VINGS FOR WOMEN 1. daytime dresses, reg. 5.08 .............................. 2. better dresses, value* to $85 ........................... 3. spring coats, 1 values to 49.98 .................... j 4. large stock of summer suits, * I I values to 59.98 ........................ • • 5. madras plaid shirtwaist dresses, reg. 8.98 . ................................... 6. knit jamaicas and matching knit shirts, reg. $5 jamaicas .............. Wi99 or £ reg. 8.98 shirts ............... 2i9w 7. madra plaid blouse and Jamaica sets, reg. 4.49 .................................. 8. slim Jims and pedal pushers, 4 QQ values to 14.98 .................... •&•«« 9. summer skirts, O QA valuei to 14.98 .................... 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