Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 8, 1960
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Section^ Pages 11*18 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Spoft ,, Amusement Clauified Established January 15, ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1960. 3c Per Copy Member of The Associated Pit* 105th Annual Ag Exposition Starts Monday at Carrollton, Beauty Pageant Set for Tuesday Greene Fair Will Feature Night Racing Program CARROLLTON - R. O. Lemons, president of Green County Fair Association, is recommending as an interesting novelty a demonstration of Border Collie Sheep Dog Trials set for foilr days of the Greene County I"ait that starts Monday. TOBY ANDERSON PAT KELLER SUE HA WES CAROLYN VARBLE SANDRA MEEK 105th Annual MARC1A LEWEY SHIRLEY SORRELLS MARY HAZELWOOD SANDRA CLARK MARY ANN HOPKINS SHARON PRATHER Pilgrimage Symbol In the Middle Ages, pilgrims wore a scallop shell on their hats to show that they had crossed the sea to the Holy Land and the scallop shells often were called "Pilgrim shells" for that reason. LINDA SHAFER MARY ROLLER Collie Sheep Dog Trials on Program These trials will be presented at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friifby. They will be tn the form of exhibitions and will be given by highly tiained dogs. Lemons said. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Rome is the site of ttM 1000 Olympic Games. rKH Deflttri ffftfl Ivtry Sunday Mornfiq COtf" Prescription F If LL Delltwy ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL 0-77«8. Rosewood BU. Event Starts Saturday CARROLLTON — Greene County Agricultural Fair Assn., will lean heavily upon four nights of harness racing to pull a paying crowd to its 105th annual exposition scheduled to get under way Monday at the fairgrounds near here. While harness racing will be the main stay of the exposition, taking up the major portion of the evening time at the show, thus eliminating the possibility of working in a largp number of other evening programs, Tuesday night has been left open for the annual pageant at which Miss Greene County Fair is selected. The program at which a successor will be named to Miss Elizabeth Fitzsimmons of Rockbridge, current Miss Greene County Fair, will get under way at 8 p.m., with the presentation of a 4-H Club style show. There are 14 candidates for the Miss Greene County Fair title. They are: Sandra Meek, Pat Keller, Sue Hawes, Carolyn Varble, Carrollton; Marcia Lewey, Wrights; Shirley Sorrells, Mary Hazplwood. Hillview; Toby Anderson, Marilyn Lemon, White Hull; Mary Roller, Linda Shafer, Greenfield; Sandra Clark, Rockbridge; Mary Ann Hopkins, Sharon Kay Prather. Roodhouse. Donna Sarginson. the current Miss Illinois County Fair, will participate in the pageant program. Each night of the fair an aerial acrobatic act will be per- See Us For The Best In High Quality Building and Repair Materials! Fix-Up Now! We Have Everything You'll Need to Repair Storm Damage! 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