Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
Page 13
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PAOE ItRJftTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 14,1960 Sharon Kay Prather, Roodhouse, Named Miss Greene County Fair BEAUTY PAGEANT LINE-UP HH«r«iMMIMM«i««M««—— Carroll! on Miss Deanna Wiles will leave Tuesday for Indian Rock Beach, Fla., to spend two weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zeigler. She will be ac- rial iy oriRict. wiic TT*« •*- — ,^_ companled home by Mrs. Zeigler j 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday on m and children who will be joined ....... later by Mr. Zeigler hi a visit at the home of Mrs. Zeigler's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Martin, and her brother and sister-in-law, and Mrs. Russell Wiles. Line-up of contestants in the Miss Greene County Beauty Pageant at Greene County Fairgrounds JUST IN TIME FOR PICNICS and VACATIONS Just Arrived! Wednesday evening. Sharon Kay Prather, fifth from left, was awarded the title.—Staff Photo. Weather Smiles on 2nd Try at Staging Pageant The Performance Sensation of I 1960 in Smaller Pocket Radios 1 'ZENETTE ALL TRANSISTOR POCKET RADIO DISTINCTIVE STYLING New functional cabinet design in Charcoal color. Tan color. Graen eolor, Yellow eolor or White. S1.00 DOWN--S1.00 WEEK Standard Home Furnishers Plenty of Free Parking at Rear of Store 500 E. Broadway Open Monday and Friday Hires Till 9 CARROLLTON — Sharon Kay Prather, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Feather of Roodhouse, was chosen Miss Greene County Fair at the fairgrounds Wednesday night. She succeeds ilizabeth Fitzsimmons of Rock- idge. Miss Prather was chosen from field of 18 candidates in a geant that had been postpon- frbm Tuesday evening be- luse of rain. Wednesday ideal eatlier prevailed. First runner-up was Mary Hazelwood of Hillview; second Pat Keller of Carrollton; third, Kay Shipton of Roodhouse; fourth Carolyn Varble of Carrollton. The Coronation During a brief coronation ceremony the Miss Greene County Fair crown was taken from Miss Fitzsimmons and bestowed upon Miss Prather by Donna Sarguv son of Medora, the current Miss Illinois County Fair. Prizes were presented the winner by R. D. Lemons, president of Greene County Fair Association. The contest was staged before the fairgrounds grandstand prior [to the start of the fair's first j harness racing program of the season. In overall charge ol pageant arrangements' were Everett Mehl, Joe Hartman and Bob Bandy, assisted by Mrs. Mehl and Mrs. Jack Inman. Mrs. Virginia Cole of Greenfield was commentator. Escorts were Gary Bernard, Gene Longmeyer, Joe Nord and George Marsh. Arrangements for contestants were made by Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, Greene County superintendent oi schools. Judges were John J. Dick, Alton realtor who has been active in past Miss Alton and Miss nois Pageants, Jerry Bagley of the Alton Evening Telegraph news staff and Mrs. George Leighty of Brighton. The new Miss Green County Fair has been "sweetheari queen" and a cheerleader at rar roll Ion To Train for Two Weeks CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stout have received word that their son Robert Stout of Quincy will leave July 24 for Camp McCoy, Wis., where tie will be in training in the army for two weeks. He is a member of the active reserve. Fined for Speeding CARROLLTON — Charles Var- THREE QVEENS Sharon Kay Prather (center) of simmons of Rockbridge, left. At right Roodhouse was chosen Miss Greene is Donna Sarginson of Medora, the cur- County Fair at Carrollton Wednesday rent Miss Illinois County Fair, who par- night. She succeeds Elizabeth Fltz- ttcipated hi the coronation ceremony. CARPETING «««n^ Shut-In Club Plifli Ire Cream Social EDWARDSV1LLE — An 1« cream social by the Edwartovifle Shut-In Club will be heW fWHi Mr. lawn of the home of MlM Ella Tunnell, 918 St. Louis St. Purpose of the affair Is to buy a •relax chair" for a muscular dystrophy patient. This is the third such affair 'to be held by the club. Tickets Mrs. Lyndell Reynolds andj Hre t^g so |d by all club mem- daughter, Judy, left Tuesday forj h ,,,. s or w m be available on the Kansas City to spend th ree | grounds. Tickets are 30 cento weeks with her parents, Mr. andj eaen Mrs. G. E. Lamb. Entertainment will be featur- Mrs. Louise Barton of Chicago| er j. arrived Thursday to visit her • ij'T"" Bister, Mrs. Louis Bishop. (Cm-roHton and Kane resident. Friends here received word Dr. and Mrs. J. Sohuckenbrock Wednesday that Mrs. Irwin of Palmyra, Mo., visited friends Hutchens of Robinson is a pa-! here Wednesday. Dr. Schucken- tient in a hospital In Tern; Haute, | brock is a former Carrollton res- Ind. Mrs; Hutchens is a former iident. ble, was CaiTollton, fined $25 teenage youth and costs for speeding Wednesday morning in the court of J. F. Hubbard. police magistrate. To Enter Army Training CARROLLTON - Arthur Linn, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Linn, will leave July 21 for a two-year period of services in the United States army. Linn, who is a partner in the meat market of Art and Don, will matain his partnership in the shop during his absence and Tommy Greaves will be employed in the shop during the absence of Linn. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — George Clark of Peoria was a guest from Monday until Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stout and other relatives. Miss Dixie Kay Erickson of Baton Rouge, La. is spending a few weeks with her brother-in-| law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Raker. Charles Retherford, Francis Retherford and Mrs. Warren Keele spent Wednesday at Winfield, Mo., with the former's son, Clyde Retherford, who recently suffered a heart attack and isj now hospitalized at Troy. Mrs. diaries Retherford of this city has been in Winfield for several days. Mrs. Jesse Hires and children spent Wednesday in Murrayville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Garrison. 3 ROOMS 30 Sq. Yds. 149 BARGAI 1»odilionolly Flu* EXTRA BIG SAVINGS ON B. F. Goodrich — 9x9 "B" Colors — Full Boxes ASPHALT TILE C oek Armstrong and Bonnie Maid LINOLEUM FELT BASE SPECIAL C WALL COVERING 29- - Plastic Wall TILE All Colors. RUBBER TILE Slight Seconds 13° Eaeh --L NOW IS THE TIME TO PAINT .. . FLAT OIL PAINT... .2.49 Gal. LATEX RUBBER 2.95 Gal. VETERAN 19 W. FERGUSON CL 4-2457 LINOLEUM & RUG CO. WOOD RIVER Thttlock ting* •** OtvflWKtt enlwpetf i* Mi*w 4*4*1 BUY ON OUR CREDIT PLAN We'll make the terms to suit your budget! Every diamond sold witb our Bonded and Notarized Written Guarantee of Quality and Lifetime Trade-in Allowance. Roodhouse High, where she will be a senior in the fall. She attended Girls State this year, i i says she will be 17-years old in. i August and plans to become a : nurse. The fair will continue through; 'Saturday night. SECOND BIG WEEK ~ — • V * 4 The Opening o / Our I960 tale Sumr-FaD Season PRESENTING MOST " COATS -SUITS. DRESSES SPORTSWEAR /., y ow Co™/.,, in... Fn» Parking »-TW£EN ond 'H-'Tf FASHIONS OOWMTOWN ALTON MONTICflLO PIAZA •'"— - Memb er Service Uou't mine Hit: tl»li liy and jHUJit- dance ttt MunUvellu Pluttt iht» weekend! BRING A FRIEND YOUR CHOICE 114 W. 3RD OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITE TILLS DISCONTINUED EXTRA SPECIAL! Men's and Ladle*' WATCHES Fancies, waterproofs, white and yellow 4Q98 Values to $20 " SAVE NOW! 6 TRANSISTOR RADIOS Pocket sized with case, earphone and battery. Reg. «i.B3 $9188 $1.00 Weekly " EARLY FOR SELECTIONS 114 W. 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