Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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SATURDAV, 1VLV 9, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH List Winners in Fair Parade at Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE - Many of I - - — the floats entered In the Mer-l «H ft • chants Parade Thursday after- j I MO rflBOIierS noon, developed the general I theme of "School Days." Teach- j ffVfittt tnr*n\f * »"" «M ' 8*V ers who have taught 25 yeai* or more in Jersey County received; special recognition and rode taj the parade. j Engraved trophies Church Rites Announced At Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The Rev. Harold Lane will take "Forcing the fssue" for the subject of his sMnion at the morning worship -^ Jservice of the First Baptist tO McttOrd Church of Jersey ville Sunday , and the service will be broad- JERSEYVILLE — Two prli-icast over Station WJBM Jersey- ceived by \vinners in six dlvi-' oners were Amoved from thelville. At the evening service, his sions of'the parade. Winner ini jerso - v Caant y IH " Fr1da ' V morn - messH B e wil1 ** "Perfecting were re- am the Auto and Truck Division was Harry Smith Buick Co. The float of the Oliver Implement Co. carrying the "Book ofl werp; Vernon Life" received the trophy in thei Eu *ene Dick. Tractor and Equipment division. The float of Kirby Drug Store with a miniature School House received first place in the Commercial Float division and the Ing to the state penitentiary at Holiness.' John Cory Meadow Gold Dairy entry was in second place. The second place entry developed in Menard by Deputy Cheriff Ad-1 The deacons and deaconesses DeSherlla. The prisoners!of 'he church will meet at 8 p.m. Pyatt and Fred j Monday and there will be quill! ing on Tuesday al the church In addition to the two prison-1basement. ers. De Sherlia was accompanied The semi-annual business meet- on the trip by Dale Ogden. jin^ takes place Wednesday fol- city police officer and Leo Beier- lowing a potluck supper at 6:30 mann. • p.m. The two prisoners were sen-, A planning session of counsel- tenced recently in the Jersey jlors for the Lake Springfield County Circuit Court. Dick had Camp will be held at 1:30 p.m. pleaded guilty to burglarizing the < Satuitiay. PAOfi IUKLE Alfalfa, Clover Crops Damaged tn Jersey Area Edwardsville Girl Will Attend Youth Conference Marotipfn 4-H'ert To Go Camping CARLINV1LLB — MftCOuptn County 4-H'ers win be camping EDWARDSVILLE — Miss Sue turn Sept. 14 When the US dele- the last week of July and the JERSEYVTLLF: The first. Adams - 17 ' Daughter of Mr. and! ga( e s reach London they will first week of August according •top of alfalfa ha\ and red Hov- Mrs ' B ( Aflnms - 1411 Rb «r-i split up into groups of 25 for n to Charles E. Wlllman, Mstrt- hart. will attend riurini! Wo '' ld Youfh . t up into git the YMCA,tour of England, France. Hoi- ant farni adviser. the current net season, accord- "°'' m Tourn ( ' on 'e r »™e in Ams- )„„„• Belgium. Omwny. Switz- Willmnn reports that tf*» 10-13 inK tn reports from a number tei ' dnm Holland, from Aug. 3 tO: rr | rtnf j HnH f ,Hly. <age group will camp July 25-29, ol farmers, An K; ™; she is locally active in the-while 4-H'ers 14 and OVtT will nf «i i i th h YUCA and is 'president of the'ramp Aug. 1-5. h Httei^ ^ittinK her - SlifmH '^ Xl ln YWCA " pflRt Re «"™»<™ *»' *e first week M Y\trA im I-H member of the junior board!of camp must be In the eJrten- suflered from partial to ^r'". «£ ,. '' ' \T j?"™ .., and was 1960 chairman of the sion office by July 14. Hie sec" m St10llld Be . "1. ™, ^ e local membership drive. She will be sustained h»;a\y A feu farmers urre fortunnte in mittinsr nnd haivestinu thei, hay between tains, hut the ma- tnpnip ">nd week reservations must be '" J "' y 21- jority complete loss season. In Ihr i-asp of all alia. ever, farmers who lost fit-it cuttine expect two addition- Hi cuttings this summer, anrli the second cuttine will no doubt ipp^^-"™ e "delegates" wilf'meet ^ U< '""*''' S< ' mi " el '' and Johann county limit Is reached will not be of good quality and extra lw uh exports and discuss the Iausv i be accepted. This is because the lieiuy tor H second n op as a re-; wo ,.|d siluation and what youths The Moscow "Pravdu" said suit ol adequate moisture con- ( . Hn <j o -,„ Christians to Imttor .u_.._ -... _.'.... ..r:__ ., citv ' tent in thp soil. "f 'he hay for this; Qf the Conference. lone of IK youths from Illinois as Four new British how-, we ]| as onp of 200 selected Pn over by Austrian _ their; throughout the country. Vienna have conference will disc " r county quota will soon be reach- i.i.. x.ui m;i T HV.T, »v in \i ir« .u .*»:•* | pjg corn DOS*-* i s Ha v fin Anton _j *V «*"• '•Youth and Authorih in War and Bruckner Schi.hf.i-i'-mi fnhnnn Reservations made after the !PP»^' ThP rip)*™., u-iii „,«„,". " w> &tnube11 and Johatin county limit is reached it. re yellow and while, showed a | telephone company at Fieldon; The sermon topic of Rev, AI-; school room complete with ai thp niRht of May 19 ' The otherjbert H. Schroeder pastor of; "Dunce" in the corner, study-j ph '" > ge w » s that of breaking Hope Lutheran Church at the! "All I can say is that this certainly isn't going to look ing his lessons. This is the sixthi-'"' 1 nere the nl * nt of Mfl y ™- morning worship service Sunday pood nn his rpnnrt rarrP" year that Kirby Drug has plac- was charged with aiding worship will be "Judge Not That Ye Bej ed in the parade, they having 1 iind a » s ' sti "K H prisoner to es- Not Judge." Sunday School andj won four firsts and two seconds. f ' il|)p from 1ail Hp P Ieaded KUil-| Bible classes take place at 9:30; good on his report The yellow and while float ty to an informa " on charging ,,. m anf ) Adult instruction class- showing a "Guiding Light - the nim wilh ass ' Rt '"« Dif!k '° escapei,. s .^ * p . m . The Walther League teachers" entered by the Jesrey- lrom thp loral jail1 '• mwls at 7:3) p.m. Wednesday, villc Business and' Professional Dick wli * sentenced to serve Announcements for Peace E. Women's Club won first in the from onn tff mree - vears - A lmrd & R. Church in Jerseyville for Organization floats: and that o f su ,' )jecl ' Jame * Elled « e ' wh °;the coming week include Con- the Men of the First Bantisti. wfls . also ..' nvo ' ve . . __ e *" 'gregational meeting Sunday; Wo- Drum, Bugle Contest Sunday at Jersey Fair Church. with the as "kids," taught men dressed by a teacher had jf the night o previously been men's Guild Board meeting at sixth consecutive >ear the Jersey sentenced; 7 .a, p m Monday. Sunday School '. Count - v Fair Association has ar- The Moscow "Pravda" better (here is now "fine cooperation ,. . , j ... . .1 between Finland and Russia. It was pointed out thai the ;uj. ss A( j Hms wi || )eave Mon . third cutting may also be ex-, tmi |, Canada, July 13 and peeled to yield well even if rain-] fall diminishes to the minimum i Community High School and is 101- this time of the yenr. Ion summer vacation from hei Hoini- From Abroad [duties. JERSEYVILLE - Mr. andj Hn* Storm Lo*s Mrs. S. E. Pirtle returned Thurs-, JERSEYVILLE One of the day from H three month's trip| nar(les1 ni1 SPf , 1ions of the Ma . abroad. They visited France. lt-; ( . oupin County area by the aly. Spain. East Switzerland. Yu-j storms 0 , , hp pas , wee ' k goslavia and Morocco. They sall-, 1he Snedeker (arms in the Plain- ixi on the SS Camilla and return- j v j evv locality ed on the Queen Eli/abeth. j Dr . Frank Snedeker. of Jer- fiuestji of Mnt. .lames sey\ ille. reported that three JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lora; large bains and a large nw- H. Johnson of Bowling Green, chine shed were completely U:am P wl11 then be fll!ed to Ca P a ' Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" place winners at the national WPpk h'^jthYer rous^Mi^dly''!^ U>dne S d t a° yn nigh r ts. meet. p.m. in cap and gown, and led by a ln lne IWHI coun ' y ™ u " .° *?™>Cmmr\\ meeting at 7:30 Cross, received second award. °." P • vear;at thf> Illlno1s Stat(>l Tuesday, meeting of afternoon "An Apple for the Tearher"! "' m " l , '" ^ 'circle of Women's Guild at 2 p. furnished the theme for the float! ,™e "J,..;," 1 !:. ^ y ... m Thursday and meeting of the of the Jerseyville Playgrounds i, , ^ . ', . ~ ' .evening Circle at 7:30 which won the trophy in the' ^ C ° U " t 'L Cluh ,^° lf . teanl W " Thursday. Best Theme Division. This en- " try was constructed by the chil-; dren of the playground group. Ray Searls captured the first onged host Sunday afternoon to the Sbelbyvillp team in a league i match al West lake Country Club. ,., ... ... . . . ******* *" * "hootmg tor, d At the Christ E. & R. Church • KnlRhts - AMVET Ni in Fieldon a congregational j ^ ons and ™ inQIK meeting will also be held "~ for a drum and bugle "The Polk; contest which, this year place at 8 p.m. Sunday. Six corp.- and one drill teami the Jersey County Fair tonight pm will be here to take part in the!this being one of the few per- itwo hour show. The Black |SOna | appearance's being made ional Cham-1 j, y this jxipular T\' Polka Troupe. State Fair,'This exciting polka festival will most outstanding;be the "event of the year" and C. W. James on Andrew ave- Of the eight farm houses on Ch'ps »»d Dane-nue. Mrs. James is a member the premises, seven of them sus ers" famous television program «f the faculty ol the Jersey lained extensive damage, broadcast, is on the agenda at —— iunit. will be among the con-1 W j|| feature the genial masters, prize in the Horse Division an """ '""""" v "•'""*• ""»'"« "«-" The Rev. Peter Knezha. bom ;lesiallls of ceremonies, Bruno "Junior"; John Hitter of Springfield «tm' fc . , Llt ™ d m thelr last in the one Free Republic of Lat- The J e '^.Wille COR\ ETS.: Zielinski, the leader-acwrdioni.sl ( the ribbon for second place win- '™ imK : I" 0*^ league matche h . :VJa now under lhe hee , of ^^ sponsored by the Jerseyv.lle Vet-stan Wolowic and his Polka ner lhey tled Effln S»«m a "d lost to Russja wil , te guest speakei .'erans of foreign Ua.-s, young chips, and others. This group' The judges were from ou»-of-' H !l l8b ? PO T* Greenvllle - u at 11 a.m. Sunday at the State! and always a lavonle - fi " par ' received the Polka Award from) town, two being from St Louis! u y aft ^ rnoon1s matc ; h wl11 Street Baptist Church in Jersey-;«cipale. the Polish National Alliance of! and one from Springfield j'f 8 '" fjromptly aM ° dock ' ^ ville. He was sent to a slave lab-! Other units competing will in-:Uw United States and North' : LA.:.. I th ' 1 f;ourse w '» be Closed to oth- or camp by me Russjan com^clude: The American Woodman, America for 1959. • between 12:30 and 4 p.m. munists later escaped located > Missouri First Division winners; ; his family in Germany and came 1 Millstadt which P |aced "•'"' : " to the United States. Minor Injuries JERSEYVILLE NOTICE - BETHALTO CITIZENS Wheel Tax and Dog License are past due. After July 16 there will be a police check. Licenses may be purchased before that date without a penalty at the Village Clerk's office,460 S, Prairie St. Office Hours: 10-12 Noon — 5:30-8:30 P.M. WILLIAM F. DOERR, Village Clerk. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily* 1 ' •200 W. Third St. MO 3-426« Hurry J. Stuck Kichurd C. The Steck-Stewart Slewurt Agency was organized to provide better .service on insurance malterj} for the public; STECK. STEW ART & CO. Since 1905 J. M. (Jack) Delanejr Ji* In jar When Horse third in the Illinois State Far event; Bellettes. Past Girls VFW Champions: East Alton Juniors, a George young and peppy corps; Piasa jShort, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,L. E. Short of Jerseyville, in- Icurred a laceration of the left 'hand about 5 p.m. Thursday. He was washing his hand in a creek and cut the hand on some brok- • en glass. He was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital and fClllS • dismissed. Lacerations of both legs were JERSEYVILLE — William suffered by Debra Freshour, 9, Bighani of Aledo. 111., was injur- idaughter of Mi-, and Mrs. Barney;ed Thursday at 1 p.m. during the 1 , Freshour of Jerseyville at her'racing program at the Jersey- ihome Thursday afternoon. The ; ville County Fair, little girl was carrying a bottle His horse fell overturning thei of soda when it dropped and sulky in which Bigham was rid-, .broke and the glass cut her legs, i ing and the driver suffered a dis-i 'She was brought to the hospita.1 located right shoulder, laceration i where sutui-es were used to and abrasion of the lowei lip re-i close the wound and the patient quiring sutures and bruised fore- i returned home. head. Take Over Diner He was admitted as a patient JERSEYVILLE — Roman at the Jersey Community Hos- ItOM SAVINGS & LOAN Association ALTON. ILLINOIS SAVERS GET THE BIG SLICE! Beiermann has taken over the'Pital but was treated and dis- operation of The Diner former- missed the following day. j ly owned by Victor Tepen. Mr. Minister* to Supply Pulpit . I Tepen is now engaged in Farm- i,-.nr.™,,,,, , ,. ... ' ms JERSEYVILLL — Ministers ' Uvho have accepted invitations to Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" i supply the pulpit at the First' ^^^^^^^^^——"———• jPresbyterian Church while thei $ FIRST TIME EVER Interwoven SOCK SALE! 3,000 PAIRS OF INTERWOVEN SOCKS REDUCED 20 Interwoven Sock Sale Wtak Startt Monday Ends Saturday Your first opportunity to buy Interwoven, the largest selling sock brand in the world, at DISCOUNT PRICES. Choose your favorite type sock from our tremendous selection of plain colors and fancies in a wide variety of patterns, j pastor, the Rev. M. Edwards | Breed is on vacation, are as t'ol- i lows; Dr. Andrew e. Kurth July! 24; Sid Hownell ol Jerseyville; July 31: Rev. James S. Mc-j iClymont Aug. 7 and Rev. Joseph | Dana Aug. 14. ; Fractures Arm JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Marion Schrieber sustained a fracture of the right arm during a fall at her home in this city Wednesday m o r n i n g. Mrs. Schreiber was standing on a stool when she fell. 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