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

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 8, 1960
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FRIDAY, JULV S, ALTON TSLfiORAPM Kemper 4-/I Club Project Ratings MEDORA •» The Kentper 4-H Club members received the following ratings on th«lr different projects at the Jersey County Fair Tuesday. Brenda Burton, C on vegetables; Theresa Hunrt, A on vege* tables and B on potatoes; Mary Hunn, B on vegetables and B on potatoes; Carolyn Brunaugh. A on a ewe; Gary Cadmus, B on a ewe; Watly Hunn, A ort corn and A on soybeans; Rex Wilson, A on gilt and B on fa, row; showed both as market hogs and received a B; Roger Wilson, same; Ronnie Kallal, A on far- row, and B on market hogs; David Kucbrlck, A on dairy calf; Clifford Ruyle, A on Hereford cow, calf and stser; Dennis Gaffney, B on Hereford calt; Linda Overby, A on Short Horn calt and a reserved champion ribbon, and Cathy Ovarby, A on a Short Horn calf. Sunshine daw Meets MEDORA - The Sunshine class of the Kemper Baptist Church met Wednesday evening In the church basement. They] worked on and discussed their Bible lesson, Exodus 36. Six members were present. Mrs. Evelyn Walters was In Kin Lear Hud Big Storm, Too A 'fnctittttr ef the Alton StU English faculty today pointed out that a storm similar to last Thursday's was described almost 400 years ago. "King Lear was caught In one just like it," he said, eniotlng from Act III, Scene 2, In Shakespeare's play: "... Since I was a man, Such sheets o f fire, such bursts of horrid thunder, Such groans of roaring wind and rain I never Remember to have heard. .." charge of entertainment. Hostesses, Mrs. Dora Powell and Mrs. Gloria BrkJey, served refreshments. The hostesses for August will be Mrs. Charles E. Smith and Mrs. T. B. Ruyle Jr. Medora Note* her sister, Mrs. Robert Cooper. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Robert Cooper, Jerseyvllle, and Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes. Miss Mary Lou Gross, Minerva, Ohio, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hart. Mrs. Barbara Sommers is at her home here for a week's vacation from her work at Beverly Farms. Mr. and Mrs. James Strtink, Mrs. Sadie Maska, Mrs. L. E. Wilton, Nelson Sawtell and Jesse Strunk were in Shipman Wednesday afternoon attending the funeral of Harry Brown. Burial was in Shipman Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Carr and CAttMVAL By Dtefc Tonwr 7-9 __• tw» I* DM, IM, rg. *•*. M. M. wr. Jersey Youth Winners At Fair Announced Two Injured In Car-Truck Jersey Man, 72, Hit by Auto JERSEYVILLE - Halla Wallow, 72, of Rt. 3, Jerseyvllle. wns stnick by a car driven by Mrs. Robert Green of 112 Kirby St., Jerseyvtlle Wednesday as he was crossing the strWt ftt the intersection of South State and Arch In Jerseyvllle. He was Drought to Jersey Community Hospital for examination. Janet Scott, 2, daughter of Mr. of the stepi at tht Church Wednesday at 8:45 p.m.: She also sustained abrasions n (he head. Robert Alexander, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Alexander erf Jerseyville, fell on the lahr- ground! "That young pup is still downstairs! Who'd ever thought when Janle was this age I'd still be walking the floor!" Greenfield Pastors Tell Church Plans GREENFIELD - The Rev. Kistner, administrator of Jersey- Church Guild at ! Brighton Meets BRIGHTON - Mrs. Paul Ebbeler led devotions on the topic JERSEYVILLE - A pet par- le and youth contest highlighted the program for Children's Day Wednesday at the Jersey County Fair, with Jim Holste. Jerseyvllle recreation director, ft* superintendent. In the pet parade, a dog of mixed breed named "Lassie,"! owned by Evelyn Spangle, was' JERSEYVILLE - Wallace i judged the "Best Pet of the 'Johnson and his wife. Lillian,; 8 ™ Mrs. Ralph Scott of Jersey Show." I of 26t5 Washington Ave., Gran- !vH '*. suffered a scalp laceration Winners in the various dlvl-i'tc City, were treated for injur-;Wednesday and the wound was sions were as follows: In the •'« at the Jersey Community Closed. The child slipped and! Dog Department, the largest {Hospital about 4 p.m. Wednes- "truck her forehead on the edge 1 dog was a St. Bernard, called (day following an automoblle- "Gige." owned by Edna Her-(transport truck collision at the !der; the smallest was "Mitzl," a mixed breed, owned by Beth Ann Daugherty; the dog with the shortest hair was a toy terrier, named "Tippy," owned by- Walter Dawklns; the best costumed dog was "Duke," a rat terrier, owned by J. J. and Jim- jmy Gorecki; and the dog with the longest hair was a cocker spanfel named "Ginger," owned by Belinda Walters. There were no entries in the cat and bird divisions. The smallest pet entered in the show was a turtle, "Spotty," owned by Douglas Gardner. Winners in the Youth contests for boys nine yean and under were: foot race, Jack Thomas; wheel barrow race, Pat and John Tucker; sack race, Benny Snell; softball throw, Billy "Our Faher's World" at the Hacker- bicycle race, Larry jfamily and Mrs. Anna Carr re-vllle Community Hospital, will Thursday afternoon meeting of Suttles; three" legged race MEDORA — Mr. and .Mrs. i turned home Tuesday night from i serve as guest minister at morn-1 St. John's Evangelical and Re- " " ~"'~ " Walter Mercer entertained withj Denver, Colo., where they had a steak supper Wednesday eve-1 visited with Sgt. and Mrs. Paul nlng, celebrating the birthday of i Carr. Complete Line of Interior Flat • Semi-Gloss and High Gloss Paints and Enamels! ST. PETERS' ELECTRJC ft HARDWARE 2M2 Slot. SI. Phon HO 5-M31 Here's The Roof You Need! JOHNS MANVILLE SEAL-0-MATIC ASPHALT SHINGLES HOLD TIGHT IN HURRICANE WINDS! Tttysial theaseim iiwn! Here's the) secret! A atrip of special petroleum resin on the underside of each shingle •eels it down. Come in for a free demonstration. FOR ALL TYPES OF BUILDIN8 SUPPLIES AND STORM DAMAGE MATERIALS SEE STOLZE LUMBER 00. BUDGET TERMS -HO Mm PAYIHT ESTABLISHED 1167 1MN.HAUII Meit 61.MI4I ing and night services at First | formed church's Women's Guild. Baptist Church Sunday while the! pastor, the Rev, William G. Webber is on vacation. The Rev. and Mrs. Webber are spending several days of of their vacation at home and during the weekend will visit friends in Alton. The midweek prayer service will take place at the church Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. followed by the monthly business meeting of the church at 8:15 p.m. The Rev. Robert Harwood, pastor of the Methodist Church, Bill Hacker and Doug Gardner; back-to-back race. Bud Alexander and Gary Beiermann. During a business meeting led| Winners in contests for boys 10 and 12 were: Foot race, Gary Goodman; wheel barrow race, Ricky Atchison and Kenneth Bailey 1 ; sack race, Thomas Tucker; softball throw, Daryll Gardner; bicycle race, Dave Smith; three legged race, Jim Frasier and Don Trask; back- to-back race, Henry Rowden and Larry Arnold. v Contest winners in matches by Mrs. Harry J. Jones, it was announced that the fall workshop will be held at Brighton Oct. 26, and that the Pastor's Circle will also meet here in that month. Also announced was a retreat planned for Wednesday, July 13, starting at 10 a.m. with a noon sack lunch for all women of the church. The group voted to make a do- . lfi nine and under wer e;! Wednesday to their home ition to send youth of the' * Janice Snow; wheel!Philadelphia, Pa., following intersection of Carpenter and Pearl streets. The car, driven by Johnson, was proceeding west and the transport truck, a unit of the Brown Produce Co. was proceeding in an easterly direction along Carpenter street when the acd- dent occurred. The produce truck was driven by Chauncey Eustis, on Dieterich. He escaped injury in the collision. Following treatment for cuts and abrasions, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were released from the hospital. Voting Places Named JERSEYVILLE - Voting places for the referendum to be held July 21 on marketing quotas for the 1961 wheat crop were announced Thursday. Voting will be held four In places in the county from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. DST. Farmers of Fidelity, Piasa and Ruyle Townships will vote at the Fidelity Town Hall. Fanners of Jersey and English Townships will vote at the Jersey Town Hall. Those farming in Richwood and Rosedale Townships will vote at the Fieldon Town Hall and farmers of Elsah, Quarry, Mississippi, and Otter Creek Townships will vote at the Otterville Town Hall. Return East JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. William Holladay returned in •M«M STONE BROS, fSLEPHONE HO Alton, til. — iia W. Third 8t. Wood River Store at Cornet of Ferguson and Wood Hlver A»«. Dtol MJnton 4- 1 MS Ml «** **• ^_fc^^^^* InnRRCI* fuo«As« vi. me i'lcuiL/uiai Vrffiuri«iii t , • . . • • *•«• ! r uui i «^c, ««*•!•»-*- —•••—-• T - i p « has served as registrar at twoi* urch to camp at Lake Bl °° m ' barrow race, B. B. Hei^zig and | visit here with the former's par- Methodist Youth Fellowship camps this week and is serving as a counselor at the MYF Junior Camp at Milan. He will return home for Sunday services at Greenfield and Rockbridge Methodist Churches in the mom- ing and at Rubicon Church at 8 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. S. W. Thornton, who with his family has been spend- ing ton. To Go To Germany BRIGHTON - Pfc. Robert Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Jones, left Wednesday for Fort Dix, from where he will be sent to Southern Germany. Jones has been stationed at the Nike Base at Grafton for the past eight months. of the Phflathea Class of First ing two weeks vacation in Flor-j Baptist Church and their fam- ida, will return the first of the lilies will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tues- week. The Rev. C. B. K. Argalliday for their annual picnic at will be in charge of services at Woodbine Country Club, the Presbyterian .Church. i Rubicon Group Meets Circle Meeting Held GREENFIELD — Mrs, William Pembrook and Mrs. Sylvia Scanlon will be hostesses at the July meeting of the Dorcas Circle of the Baptist Missionary Society at 8 p.m. Monday in the Pembrook home. Mrs. Robert Garner will be leader of the devotions and Miss Kathryn Pembrook will serve as lesson study leader. Hold Class Picnic GREENFIELD — Members ' GREENFIELD — Mrs. George Arras was hostess at a meeting of the Rubicon Women's Social Organization Wednesday afternoon. The wife of the new Meth odist minister, Mrs. Robert Harwood, was a guest. Return To Base GREENFIELD— Maj. Mrs. William Gallemore and and children have returned to Massachusetts after a visit with Mrs. Gallemore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Parks. Carol Gettings; sack race. Bet-jents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holla- Heisler; lane bowling, Ro-jday, and other relatives. They ty . berte Heitzig; three legged race. Barbara Green and Brenda Beiermann; back-to-back race, Susan Heisler and Roberta Heitzig. Contest winners for matches for girls 10 to 12 were: Foot race, Phyllis Gilworth; wheelbarrow race, Mary K. Green and Judy Nowak; sack race, Mary Gibbons; lane bowling. came to attend the the class of 1950 of Community High School. reunion of the Jersey Insect Paper Makers Wasps are able to make paper. They bufld their nests of wasp paper, which is a mixture of old wood and tough plant fibers. They chew this material to a pulp, using much saliva, then It ce!- Mary uJDoons, «».«. w "'"-' form it into masses like felt. Janet PettongB; three> legged \ fc ^ ^ race. Margaret Ayres and Bar-j lu]Qse bara Weller; back-tc-back race.! •_ Margaret Ayres and Barbara ij ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BETTER HEALTH? ACT NOW Enroll now In tho Chicago Blue Cross-Blue Shltld Plan Through ' Sign up dates July 11 through 25,1960 THE MACOUPIN COUNTY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Regardless of past or present htalth conditions, if you are under 65 yaars of ago as of September 20, I960, live on a farm or in a town of under 2SOO population and are either self employed or work where less than 10 are employed, then be sure you contact one of the following directors of your Macoupin County Health Improvement Association BEFORE JULY 25, I960: Barr, Howard Rich Bird, Lee Edwards Brighton, Allen Jones Brushy Mound, Wilbur Suhling Bunker Hill, Albert W. Fahrenkrog Cahokia, Mrs. Anna Mae Frew Carlinville, Mrs. H. A. Mieher Carlirwille, Dr. M. W. Buehrig Chesterfield, Mr. & Mrs. Sam Burns Dorchester, Mr. & Mrs. Norman R. Miie Gillespie, Lawrence. Alexander Girard, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Miller Hilyard, Henry J. Ahrling Honey Point, Gerald Boston . Mrs. Albertha Lehman, H.I.A., Executive Secretary 130 North Broad Street - Carlinville - ULiter 4-3181 Mt. Olive, Melvin Adden Nilwood, Wayne Harms North Otter, Walter Wallace North Palmyra, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Waller Polk, J. R. Purstfy Scottville, Harold Oxley Shews Point, Arthur Konneker Shipman, Loren Lahr *• South Otter, Harold Lange South Palmyra, Kenneth E. Harris Staunton, Donald Binney Virden, Mr. & Mrs. George Miller Western Mound, Philip Struble Weller. The first dreadnought, a high speed battleship was built Great Britain in 1906. Hill NOW ON DISPLAY! ©o DAY LILY GARDENS OPENING SUNDAY, JULY 10 Day Lilies are the perfect answer for profusion of blooms during the long, dry months of July and August! Select from our complete stocks. COLORS: Creams e Soft Yellows Orange e Pinks Purples e Indian Reds •looms 3 in. to I in. SPRAY FOR BAG WORMS NOW,.. Tree Trimming and Spraying SAVE VALUABLE TREES DAMAGED BY THE STORM REASONABLE RATES-MI Us! We will have a complete line of SHADE TREES this Fall Some varieties available now. Order now to be assured of the size and type of tree you want this Fall! NIW UNI OP SMALL POTTERY rot HOUSE PLANTS Wt«il«« Of HOUSE PUNTS 19.49' Meaty of WUI •AlXMf L A, OOOtON ,,, UNDIOAPI AROHITIOT MIMURi American Undtctpe Auofiistion Ililnoti NunerynWi Aiteelstlen Imagine, a 26-Inch wide See-Level oven—exclusive Glide-Up oven Poor, too! Jhv , IU- -*> u* Model FDA-13T-60 Low«»t-Priced MCOMie New FRIGIDAIRE Most glamorous ranges ever. .. they look built-in, but aren't! The new FLAIR models glorify any kitchen with built-in glamour. And this compact 30* electric range makes petite kitchens the more precious. Just sUde a FLAIR (cabinet and aU) into the place of your present range. Incredible? It's true.' FRIGIDAIRE D«Lux« 2-Door Combination REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER Roomy 12.51 Cu. Ft. Total Capacity With Trade-In 0"ly in good ce«dltie« $ 278 ACROSS STREET FROM QERMANIA SAVINGS RUILPINO Jj%Bftg*§k fc^AB JMSlfl B»l WPWP mwi. wiv nit Nitei TIU f Ml. Opts MM. o*d At NltM TUI t >.M, REFRIBERHTIDn "Auttofistcf frigbfeire fides art fttivfee" HO I UOAOWAY NO 1*1711

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