Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1960 · Page 11
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July 12, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Section 2 Pages W18 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sftoft Amusement Classified Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1960. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Prew Stage Set for 105th Annual Greene County Fair at Carrollton SCHOOL EXHIBIT RE ADI FOR GREENE RACES Noble I Win, pacer owned by George Winter* of Carrollton, after winning tuo-ycar-old pace at Jerseyville last week, is ready for Greene County Fair harness rare* which start Wednesday night. Winters is at right. Others, from left, are Dennis Starkey of East Alton, James Rogers and Bob Becker, both of Carrollton. LIFE OF LEISURE These youths, exhibitors in the beef Sclmufelberger, Don C. Miller, Eduurd untl dairy division at Greene County E. Kallal, Phillip Ringhausen, David Fair, relax after setting up for the show Kurfman and Lindell Guthrie. .Monday. In photo, from left, are Jim Setting up school exhibit at Greene County Fair Monday were: (from left) Judy Ostermann, Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, county school superintendent, Karen Booth, Howard Berllne, assistant county superintendent, and Carolyn Day. Racing Gets Under Wa\ ev Wednesday »' CAKKOLLTON Tho annual Greet K? County Fair, which was srl up Monday anil which adheres more closely to the old- time version of such events than nny staged in this area will fca- i.urc a I waul y pageant at which "Miss Greene County Fair" of I960 will he chosen nt 8 p.m. today. The pageant uill U.- |m.-«'«'<Jfil by a -l-H Club style revue. Miss Eli/.abetli Fity.sirmnon» of RcK-khridKe is the current Miss Greene County Fair, and will participate in the ceremon ies, as will Miss Donna Sar '.,'in.son of Medora. a student a S1U, Alton, who last year wai selected Miss Illinois County Fair. The exposition's main-stay muht harness racing, will ge under way Wednesday at 8 p.rn Night racing programs are ah>o set for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. R. D. Lemons is head Of the fair association, with Ted Fehl treasurer, and Miss Nelle Witt secretary, assisted by Mrs.'ReU Smith. Judging of exhibits got under way today and will continue through Friday. CaiTolllqii Horse "Win* at Jerseyville CARROLLTON - Rose Key a horse owned by Dr. R. D Clough of Carrollton and driven by Barney Thomason of Springfield won first place in the 28 class at the Jerseyville Fail racing program Saturday. The horse will race in the Greene County Fair this week. Rose Key was a winner last year of the 2-year-old stake at the Illinois State Fair at Springfield. Hospital Note* CAKKOLLTON — Mr. and Mm Charles Cadmus of Greenfield are the parents of a daughter born Saturday in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Daniel Varble, Carrollton, entered the hospital Saturday. Admitted Sunday were James Wedding of Fieldon and Max Smith of Carrollton, Mrs. Alice Sullivan of Carrollton entered for surgery. Admitted Monday were Mrs. Opal Malin of Phoenix, Ariz., Frank Hansen ol White Hall and Delmar Scbo- field of Carrollton. Discharged Saturday was Mrs. Mary Hartsook and daughter of Rockbridge. Discharged Sunday was Daniel Varble, Mrs. Mabel Pfleger and Mrs. Mary Price of Carrollton and Carl Houseman of Kampsville. Discharged Monday were Stephen Roberto of Carroll, ton and Mrs. Irene Burton and daughter of Kemper. Parent* ol Daughter CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boers of Peoria are the parents of a daughter, Cindy Lee, born July 8 in a Pe- orla Hospital. Mrs. Boers is the former Donna Jean Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hansen, formerly of Carrollton, and now of Peoria. Three n Carrollton Court CARROLLTON — Thiw divorces were granted Friday in Circuit Court by Judgi-> Horn Smith. One was granted Ronald 1.. Reveal from Sharon Kay Reveal when the defendant was found guilty of extrcmp Hiid repeated cruelty. Sam Hermens was giv.-n a divorce from Daisy lx>rene Her- iniens when the defendant was ! found guilty of desertion. ! A divorce was granted in the • case of Jack McGee vs. Mildred MeGee when the defendant was found guilty of wilful desertion Attend Meeting CAKROLLTON — Mr a n d Mrs. Robert Blaekstone. Mr. and Mrs (ifurge Grauel and How;i rd Ferguson of Carrolltoii. Gordon Murray of Kane and Miles; Teny o f Kockbridge went to' Bowling Green. Mo.. Sunday to attend the fourth annual meeting; of (!)'• amateur radio operators! in this area. Mi-, and Mrs,! Blackstonc were accompanied by; Mrs Lula Haddock, who stopped it) Ixiuisiana and spent the', da.\ A i'li her ~ij)i-iu-lu\\ and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shipley. l-alls on Street CARROLLTON — Mr*. A. Kirk escaped serious uijury Saturday afternoon when she fell as she attempted to enter Alfeld Grocery Store. SIie was removed to her home by Simpsons-. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 2 Carrollton Residents Hurt In Car Mishap CARROLLTON' — Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lovekamp and family escaped serious injury Sat- ; urda.v evening when the car in which they were riding skidded as they rounded a corner in Springfield and went out of con- ti-ol and struck a post. Both Rosemary Lovekamp and Phillip Lovekamp were given emergency treatment at Springfield Memorial Hospital for facial injuries. The family had gone to Springfield for dinner in celebration of Lovekamp's birthday. Out of Hospital also his wife's mother, Mrs. CARROLLTON — Norman Charles Geers. of this city. Kallal. husband of th-- former Mrs. Arthur Rohley Sr., who Mary Geers, \vlio was seriously has been a patient in Boyd Me- injured several days ago in an morial Hospital for several weeks- automobile accident, was out of spent the day Sunday at her the JerseyvUle Community Hos- home here. Alto home for a visit pital for the day Sunday. He vis-.with their mother. Mrs. Robley, ite ^ his P arenf . s in Jerseyville and were Miss Gilda Robley of Chi- cago, who will remain here for, sued to Joe Schnelt and Miss several da.\s. Mr. and Mrs. Ar-iMury Helen Ostermann. both of .thur Robley Jr.. of East St. Lou-:Carrollton. and the other to Maris, who spent the weekend. artd;Iin Dawdy of White Hall and ;Mr. and Mrs. Ross Robley and!Miss Dixie Peters of Roodhouse. I family of Godfrey. Kntertuiii at Golf - Two .Marriage Licenses CARROLLTON — 'A 20 man CARROLLTON — Two mar-1golf team of the Jerseyville riage licenses were issued July 8 in the office of Ray Bennett, i Greene county clerk. One was is- Country Club entertained a team of golfers from Shetbyville Sunday at the Country Club goll course. Playing on the Jerseyville team from Carrollton were James Nims, Dr. A. D. Wilson, Leroy Scott and William Moore. 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