Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1960 · Page 9
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Friday, July 15, 1960
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FRIDAY, JULY 15, i960 4LTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINK Art Hall Exhibit Winners Listed At Greene Fair CARROLLTON — The premium Itott of Winners of tint place In county falf exhibits at art hall were announced Wednesday. Mm. J. 8. Alfeld was superintendent of the farm and garden exhibit and Agnes Schmidt of Kane wort three first prices offered for displays of corn, Buford Camerer, Carrollton, won 1, Harold Tendick Rockbridge, 1, and Helen Longmeyer, Rock* bridge, 1. Winners of first prizes In Small Grain and Seeds were Lynn Carter, Hlllvlew. 1; John Byland, Carrollton, 2; James Hurtman, Carrollton, and Agnes Schmidt of Kane won three firsts in tills division. Mrs. George Sanders of Medora won three firsts with displays of hay. Small Vegetable* In Root Crops and Small Vegetables Mrs. Vena Stevens, Car- Rockbridge, 2; Mrs. Norton Sanders, Medora, 2; Mabel Bat- Hospital Notes W, ft. TOWNSHIP MKOtCAL Mrs. Flora Glhwrth, Lincoln Addlttoft. ^ Mrs. Jewe Federle, 323 W. St. Louis Ave., East Alton. Mrs. Gwyneth Yates, 533 Main, East Alton. Mrs. Lenora Taylor, Roxana. SURGICAL Joseph Cunningham, Edwards- vine. Harry R. Smith, 302 East Dr., East Alton. Washington. SURGICAL Gregory Barton, EdwftrdsvlUe. Randy Taake. Jerseyvllte. Dennis Urspring, 1425 Ladd, Wood River. Jerseyville Man Sells Grocery Store ty, Greenfield, 2; Alice Lorton, ! Mrs Lorrene Bunch. Bethalto. Greenfield, 1; Pauline Becker, Carrollton, 1; Mrs. James Shafer, Winchester, 5; Mrs. George 'Arras, Greenfield, 2; Rhonda Price, Carrollton, 1; Robert Deven, Kane, 1; Mrs. Roy Hall, Carrollton, 2; Vinita Eddleman, Medora, 2. Textile* and Art Mrs. Helen Longmeyer was superintendent in Textiles and Art and winners in this department were Mrs. Lawrence Crotchett of Kane 1, and Anna B. Devening, Kane 1, in pencil or ink drawing. Winners in oil paints were: Linda Goode Greenfield, 1; Judy Osterman, Carrollton, 1, and Marie Houlette, Greenfield, 1. Winners in water color were Robert Rawe, Carrollton, 1, and Clifton Devening, Kane 1, Winners In crayon or chalk drawings Forrest Wulf. Cottage Hills. DISMISSAL* Mrs. Mary Harvey, Roxana. Gary D. Jackson, 877 Haller. Nancy Tyler, Bethalto. Richard Lynn, South Roxana. Mrs. Linda Worthy. Bethalto. Mrs. Sally Perry, Bethalto. Mrs. Carolyn Arensmann, 416 , Monroe, East Alton. ! Homer Bradley, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Mary Glrnrny, 81 Jennings ST. JOSiPH'S MEDICAL Mrs, Kva Nunn, 714 Berry Rd., Wood River. Mrs. Mary Sims, 457 Bluff. Eerl Kaestner, 1110 Pine. Ronald Schoeberle, 2350 Tibbltt James Franke, 315 Third. Miss Kathryn Williams, 2707 College. Dan Lowery, 116 Missouri. Kenneth Springer, Godfrey. Mrs. Stella McGaughey, 720 IrlUlfa mi». v tun aurvriiJV v-ai * ,,*•*. „ »i t ... 0 ._ c . ,.. f were Judy Ostermann, Carroliton rollton won 3 Agnes Schmidt of, y Kane * Helen Longmeyer of ( Greenfield, 1; Uockbndge, 3; James Hartman ,, „ of Carrollton, 2; Mm. Raymond % n ' Ray Mears. Greenfield, 5; Frank Dan.i M !;<' *** iels. Carrollton. 1 Hilda Schnett- '? llto "|, *>, __',.. ,, ,. ' o. »._. D ~i Carroliton. 1. .tohn Henderson. East Alton. John Jatcko, Edwardsville. Mrs. Eulene Knight, 3226 Oakwood. Mrs. Sylvia Lexow, Edwardsville Mrs. Irene Martin, Cottage Hills Earl Miller, 1638 Lucille. Mrs. Edith Mintert, West Alton. Mrs. June Rust, Wood River. Thomas Hill, 2907 Edgewood. Mrs. Schreda Upple, Wood River Mrs. Judith Hartley, Roxana. JBRSIY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Viola Watson. Grafton. Mrs. Helen Borders, Grafton. Mrs. Stanley Karrick. Dow. DISMISSALS Jeanette Probst, Jerseyville. Susan Stucker, Jerseyville. Arthur Prine, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Cope, Jerseyville. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Eda Ruth Harrison, 221 Hy Vista. rollton, 1; Barbara Vogt, Car-j Mrs. Bernice J. Cushman. 3526 rolkon, 1; Marilyn Ashlock, Car-, California. DISMISSALS 2707 Union JERSEYVILLE - The grocery store owned by Emmet Griffin of Jerseyville, located at 711 South State St. has been sold Mrs. Louise Gremebaek, Wood i to Li-Gro-Co.. Inc., doing busl- ines* in Litchfield, The store will be called Red and White Food Mart. Janice Alexander, 721 Semple. James A. Hart, 510 Summit. DISMISSALS John Dick, 809 Sixth. River. Mrs. Edith Hugemeier, Worden. Fred Haegele. 918 Osage. shop, Helen Holmes. J o h ft I and en route home were involved Lawson, Donald Dumtng and: hi an automobile accident at Mr*. Edgar Schroeder. ! Hooker, Okla. Mrs. Shea was not Griffin has been engaged in! injured but the Jerseyville priest business for himself in Jersey- .was thrown from his car and su- ville for 13 years und has op- 1 stained fracture of two ribs, erated the IGA Market for more and bruises and abrasions of the than four years. He was employ-! leg. ed in Jerseyville by the Kroger; ^ g^ Ox before going in business for JERSEYV1LLE _ Mr . new owners will assume M ™' Willlam ««"" * and munity Hospital where she was treated and released. Peggy Gnnt, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gant of Jerseyville, was brought to the hospital at 12:30 p.m. Thursday for treatment of a foot injury. She caught her right foot in the wheels of her bicycle and incurred contusions and abrasions of the ankle. After treatment she was dismissed. Earl Bishop of Jerseyville, iwho has been associated with i the market the past three years, will be the new manager and Griffin will continue at the store for the present to assist him. The same personnel will be retained by the new owners. They | are Paul Long and Doctor Cart- !er, meat department, Earl Bi- jMrs. Cora Wiles, Jerseyville. Mrs. Mary Anderson, Wood River. Mrs. Hortense Pfeiffenberger, 463 Bluff. DISMISSAL!! Audie Beerup, Bunker Hill. Melvin Conner, East Alton Harry Reneau, Cottage Hills. (Frank Martin. East Alton I Mrs. Lizzie Summers, Hartford. I Mrs. Ruby Warren, Roxana. !Mrs. Dorothy Cathorall, Bei thalto. Mrs. Ruth McDanel, 612 Main. definite plans for the future. > ,, u Jersey Community Hospital. leaves Tuesday for Rtirope The baby weighed six pounds JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Paul 12 ounces. He is a grandson of Jewsbury, of St. Louis, daught-,Mr. and Mrs. Leon Blackorby in-law of Mrs. Edna Jewsbury and! of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Jewsbury of Jerseyville: Homer Clark of Mesa, Ariz., | will leave Tuesday for Europe and is a great-grandson of Mr. I where she will tour Rome, Italy and Mrs. WilUam Simpson of Jerand Munich, Germany. seyville and Mrs. Bessie Clark of ftettinm From Vacation Mesa ' Ariz JERSEYVILLE - The Rev.! The couple has another son, Ter T. R. Shea, assistant pastor of"* Allea one year old St. Francis Xavier's Church, has' Treated at Local Hospital resumed his duties following a JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Rus three weeks' vacation. He and sell Whyte of Dow fractured the his mother, Mrs. Theresa Shea \ fifth toe of her left toot when of Decatur, visited relatives in : she slipped off the patio at her San Bernadino, Calif. home Wednesday afternoon. She They made the trip by motor was brought to the Jersey Com- LACLEDE, Mo., £•—fh» f*» stared frame hoMe where Gen. John J. PersWflg spent htt boyhood will be dedicated a» a shrine Sept. 13, the 100th anniversary of his With. HW It- room home of rural Gothic architecture was acquired by the Missouri Park BoanJ in 1882. ATTENTION FARMERS! WE ARE BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION CONSIGN YOUR CATTLI, HOGS AND SHEEP TO WILSON-SHIELDS LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO., INC. Notional Stock Yards, III. Ttl. UP 4*3030 goecke, Carrollton, 8; Mrs. Rollie Ruyle, Rockbridge, 3; Roberts Guilander, Kane, 1; Mrs. Joseph Frank, Carrollton, 1; Carol £inu G rflCG Freeh, Winners in oil paintings were Delores Klaus, Car- linviile, 1; Mrs. Roy Hall, Car- rallton. 1: (Agnes Schmidt. Kane, ]; Cheryl Siemer, 1; Julie Voiles, ton, 2; Judy Ostermann, Carroll-: ton, 3; Linda Ballard, Carrollton, j 1; Mt. Gilead School, Carrollton,; ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL ~7 V"" ' ,,; , n'n « 1. and Agnes Rawe, Carrollton, Byland Cairo ton, 1; Bill Stew-; £ ^ art White Hall, 1: B I lendlck Nea , ^ Qf p White Hall, 1; Lucile March u Carrolton, 1: Mrs. Kenneth RoJ1Je Rockbridge , Cummins Green.eld. 1 and •> Rockbridge. 1; Mrs. J. A. Carweil. Murrayvllle. „„_ Jjm ^ Carrollton, 1. In garden displays firsts were • vjola Med Veng won by Donald Muntz. Carroll-; stcven Q.^,^ L ton. Mrs. Raymond Mears, Mfs ^ Wju was ^^ Greenf.eld Agnes Schmidt. Kane dpnt Qf ^ domes{ic artg de . and Mrs. Josephine Hamen, Car-: partment Wjnners Qf f , nt p]ace rollton. j n ncec || e vvork and darning were Winners of first place honors, W| GreenfieJd j Jew . in Floriculture, with Mrs. Hazel; e| Cummln Greenfield( 3; Mrs . Allen as BUpennterKlent. werej M m Q^,^,,^ 2; Raymond Scoggms. Carrollton 4; Greenfield, Mr. Felter Slevens, Carrollton, ton, 1; Maralee Mears, field, 1; Mrs. frank Wagner, Rockbridge, 2; Mrs. W. H. Vigus. Roodhouse. 1; Mrs. Kenneth Cummins, Greenfield, 1: Mrs. Raymond Mears, Greenfield, 7; Mrs. George Sanders, Medora, 3; Mrs. Frank Hartman, Carrollton, 1; Dr. Ross Edwards. Carrollton. 1; Helen Longmeyer, DOOR MIRRORS _ We Cut Them to Fit Any Door. Eacily Installed. 16 by 88-Inch Door. MIRROR $1645 II by M 1Mb « llbyH I22 45 Inch ..................... mm Inch MkyM Inch ... Lyons Glass Co, 2400 Bell* Dial HO 8-8781 Wagner, Rockbridge, 3; Helen Longmeyer, Carrollton, 1; Mrs. Ray Searls. Medora, 1; iBrenda Geisler, Greenfield. 1; and Mrs. Rollie Ruyle, Rock: bridge, 2. Needlework j Winners in embroidery were iJohn Alfeld, Carrollton, 1; Carmen Allen, Roodhouse, 1; Maude i Collins, CaiTollton, 2; Tony Walt- <er, Eldred, 1; Mrs. Lester Collins, Jerseyville, 1; Mrs. Neal ! Thurman, Pearl, 1; Helen Longmeyer, Rockbridge, 1; Mrs; Ray i Searls, Medora, 3; Mrs. Frank : Wagner. Rockbridge. 2; Mrs. Her- ;bert Wiseheart, Jerseyville, 1; Mrs. James Hartman, Carrollton, 1; Mrs. Rollie Ruyle, Rock: bridge, 2; and Marie Geisler, ; Jerseyville, 1. Knitting and Cro- i dieting, Dorothy Brock, Car, rollton, 1; Norma Hoskins, Cari rollton, 1; Mrs. Rollie Ruyle, ; Rockbridge, 6; Mrs. Viola Darr, i Medora, 1; Maude Collins, Car' rollton, 1; Mrs. Everett Prough, Greenfield, 2, L. E. Pembrook, ; Greenfield, 1, Mrs. Herbert Wiseheart, Jerst'yville 1; Mrs. Frank ! Wagner, Rockbridge, 1; Mrs. ;Roy Hall, Carrollton, 1; Mrs. >Neal Thurman, Pearl 1; Agnes Valstad, Carrollton, 1. Winners in rugs and quilts, K. Crotchett, ;Kane, 1; Goldie McLane, Carrollton, 2; Mrs. Eugene Carroll, 'Jerseyville, 1; Mrs. Everett Prough, Greenfield, 1; Hazel 'Roberts, Carrollton, 2; Marie i Geisler, Jerseyville, 2; Robert : Devening, Kane 1; L. Crotchett, | Kane, 2; Mrs. Neal Thurman, Pearl, 3; Helen Longmeyer, Rockbridge, 1; Mrs. Rollie Ruyle, Rockbridge, 1; Evelyn Hartman, Carrollton 1; and M. Vigus, Roodhouse, 1. Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, Greene County superintendent of schools was superintendent of the education department and winners of first place honors in this department were the following individuals and schools, Jon Houlette, Greenfield, 1; St. John's School. Carrollton, 1; Maralee Mears, Greenfield, 1; Sandra Noble, Car- LET...- ! 1; Rosemary Lemons, White Hall; j Roy Steed, Bethalto. JDennis Eastham, White Hall, IjiJohn Haynes. 438 Deenen. IDonnie Phares, White Hal), l:|Mrs. Ratie Ellcdge, Nebo. 'Morris Curtright, Carrollton, _ „ „_ ivi _. Sandra Spencer, Carrollton, lijBlueford White, 2410 Broadway. Rogert Kraushaar, 1; Mary T., SURGICAL ! Voiles, Carrollton, 1. JTerry Schwartz, 2341 State. 1 Culinary Department ! Mrs. George Ostermann was i superintendent in the Culinary i Department and winners of first ! place in this department were as : follows: Cakes, Mrs. J. W. Yarbrough, Greenfield, 1; Hilda Schnettgoecke, Carrollton, 2; !Mrs. Everett Prough, Greenfield, ;2; Mrs. Martin Valstad, Carroll- iton, 2; Mrs. Carl Sawyer, Car- 'rollton, 1; Alice Hansen, Carroll- iton, 1; Marie Geisler, Jerseyville, |l; Mrs. Robert Reynolds, Cari rollton, 1; Josephine Hansen, i Carrollton, 1. Bread and rolls, Hilda Schnett' goecke, Carrollton, 3; Mrs. i George Arras, Greenfield, 1; Mrs. J. W. Yarbrough, Green- I field, 1; Mrs. Roy Hall Carroll•ton, 1; Mrs. Kenneth Cummings, Greenfield, 1; Esther Lorton, Greenfield, 2; Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, Rockbridge, 1; Mrs. Ev- lerett Prough. Greenfield, 3; j Alice Lorton, Greenfield, 1; iMrs. Ola Walker, Greenfield, 1; ;K. Crotchett, Kane. 1; Mrs. ; George Sanders, Medora, 1. iln candy, two first were won-by | Judy Voiles of Carrollton. !. Canned ''fruits and vegetables, (Mrs. Kenneth Cummings, Green| field, 2; Helen Longmeyer, i Rockbridge. 1; Mrs. Ola i Walker, Greenfield, 2; Mre. To- >ny Krueger, Kane, 2; Mrs. Anna iThien, Carrollton, 1; and Mre. | George Sanders, Medora, 1. i Winners in jellies, Mrs. Ken- :neth Cummings, Greenfield, 2; Mrs. Tony Krueger, Kane, I; Mrs. Lawrence Crotchett, Kane, 2; Harold Tendick, Rockbridge, 6; Mrs. Rollie Ruyle, Rockbridge, 2; Helen Longmeyer, Rock- I bridge, 2; Mrs. Anna Thien, Car! rollton, 1; Mrs. Ola Walker, ! Greenfield, 3: and Mrs. Kenneth |Cummins, 'Greenfield 1. j Relishes, Mrs. Lawrence Crot- i chett, Kane, 1; Mrs. Malvin ; Klaus, Carlinville, 1; Elta Wang-j er, Rockbridge, 5; Mrs. Ola Walk-! 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