Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 16, Nemof Area Men and Women in Armed Forces THE WINNER Among the winners in the junior •how at Greene County Fair, Carrollton, which closes this evening, was Mary Lou Piper, 16, of Roodhouse, whose Jersey cow won the champion- ship over all breeds. Holding Miss Piper's hand aloft in token of victory Is Bill Egelhoff of Plasa. Phillip Ringhausen of Jerseyvtlle is at left. — Staff Photo. PKC. Wt»LEY L. SANDERS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sanders of 2936 Werges Ave., Alton. 111. Is serving with Headquarters and Headquarters Squardon at the £1 Toro Marino Corps Air Station, Santa Ann. Calif. He reported to Santa Ana In April. before enlisting in July. 1959, Sanders graduated from Alton '; Senior High School. Greene County Fair Ends Tonight CARROLLTON - After a most successful week in which are listed. Beef Cattle, Hereford, Jane Lee Beatty, Waverly won 3; Robert Brakebrush, Divernon, 1: Larry Handy. Auburn, 1. Polled Hereford, Robert Webb, Waggoner, 2; Douglas Rothert, Auburn, 1, Jack Spencer, Gillespie, 1. Angus, Gary Hays, Jerseyville, 8; Lloyd and DavidjVirden, 2; Joe Reznicek. Hettick, Lorton, White Hall, 4, and owned large crowds attended the pro-1 the champion male and female; grams, the 105th Greene County Gary Hays, Virden, 1. Fair will close after the final harness racing Saturday night. Friday was the day in which employes in the office of the secretary payed off premiums which were won by the various Holstein, Fred K. Robinson of Kane, 1; Orville Loose Jr., of Payson, 11, and owned the champion male and female; Leo and Carol Day of Jerseyville, 1. jBrpwn Swiss, George Scharfel- 2; Larry Durham, Griggsville, 1. Shorthorns and Polled Shorthorns, Bonigail Bivins. Waverly 1; Colleen Bivins, Waverley, 3. Dairy Cattle, Jersey, Mary Lou Piper Roodhouse, 1: Ed Kallal of Jerseyville, 3. Guernsey, Gary Harp, Virden, 2; Ringhausen, Jerseyville, Phillip 2. Hol- and and owned the champion female. male Brown Swiss. James Suhaufelberg- ler. Greenville. 3; George Schauf-' Milking shorthorns, Weidner elberger, Greenville, 1. Prairie Farms, Dalton City, 12,! Milking shorthorns, Roger, exhibitors during the fair. berger, Greenville, 8; James!stein, Orville Loos Jr., Payson, First place prizes, which were : Scharfelberger, Greenville, 8, 3; Fred Robinson of Kane 1; awarded during the week in the " J J "" '' " """'" ° *" 1 "..u,... „ various departments of livestock are npw being announced. VernoB Reynolds was superin- . tendent in the beef cattle depart ments and the first place winners are as follows: Herefords, Jane Lee Batty of Waverley won 3; Disselhort Farms of Quincy, 11; Larry Handy of Auburn, 1. Polled Herefords, R. D. Henke and son of Moro, 6; Fred A. Rawe, Carrollton, 2; Rita Rawe, Carrollton 1; Roger Webb, Waggoner, 1; Douglas Rothert, Augusta, 1. Disselort Farms of Quincy, 2: Martha Rawe, Carrollton, Wetzel. 208 S. Anderson St., entered the Army hi May 1654. He is a graduate of Alton High School and <vas employed by Lsctede Steel before entering the Army. and owned the champion male! and female, and Robert Goeddey of Carrollton, 1. The best uddered cow of all breeds was owned by Earl Tenhouse of Liberty. Kenneth Byland was superintendent and Ray H. Roll the assistant in swine. Winnere here were also announced. Berkshires, Leo and Carol Lee Day, Jerseyville, 3, and the champion male; Norton and Ed- Carter, Carrollton, 3; Robert jwhi ; e Hajl formei . |v of Alton> Goeddey, Carrollton, 1. Swine, Chester White, Walter Caruthers, Waverly, 1, and Brad Price, Carrollton, 1. Duroc, Ben Beechner, Virden, 1, and Jack Spencer, Gillespie, 1. Hampshires, Jason Starkweather, Hettick, 2. Black Poland China, Harvey Bradshaw, Griggsville, 1, and Robert Goeddey, Carrollton, 1. Spotted Poland China, Jan Caruthers, Waverly, 1, and Den- 1. Angus, Walter Helmrich, Clayton. 1: Robert Bowman, 1 th6 champion Greenfield. 2: Walter Stayton, ison, Timewell. 11, and owned| nis W oods, Chesterfield 1. |the champion female. Chester! Bacon breed8) Jim WoodSi i White, Gary Bryant, 7; Walter : chesterfield, 2. Landrace. George , . . Palmyra 1: A. D. Ruyle, Rqod-: Caruthers "' Waverly, 2, and own- woods, Carlinville, 1, and Car- house. 7: Gary Hays. Virden 2;, : cd , the chartjuon male and. fe- Joe Reznicek, Hettick, 1, Larry, male '' B '' ad ™ ce > Carrollton, 5. Dunham, Griggsville, 1. Short- Du f oc - Ben Beech . er ' Y irden . , 6 ' LT. RODGER T. MEYER re ceived his navigator's wings at Harllnger AFB, Tex., this week. He has just completed 32 weeks of intensive training. Lt. Meyer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodger B. Meyer, Rt. 3, Godfrey. He received his commission through the Air Force ROTC program at St. Lolus University and while in training at this South Texas base learned the fundamentals of electronics, dead reckoning and radar navigation as pertaining to today's rapidly advancing aerospace force. Lt. Meyer now has been assigned to Mather AFB, Calif., for entrance into the advanced navigator reconnaissance bombardment course. M. Sgt. Walter W. Beyer, NCO, in charge of the Alton Army recruiting station, 205 W. 3rd St. announces that 20 area persons enlisted in the Army in Vlarch. They are Ernest L. Manley, 1720 Belle St.. James |F. Roberson. 310 Mill St.. Gary JEKKV L. MARTIN ;L. Shewmake. 1029 W. 9th St.. JERRY L. MARTIN, son of i Roy D. Mcquaid, 306 E. Sth Rev. and Mrs. Paul Martin of!St., and-James L. Wright, 1101 Logan St., Alton; Samuel D. Madrey, 544 Wood River Ave., and Daniel L. Harris, 157 Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills; Judson G. Sowell, 875 Heller St., Joe W. Hinman, 835 Lewis St., Albert C. Miller, 743 George St., Larry D. Lowe, 335 Wood River Ave., Wood River; David L. Cooke, Rt. 2, Godfrey; George W. Halter, iRt. 3, Jerseyville; Rodney M. Hellemeyer, 158 E. FAIRGROUNDS COMMUNICATIONS Harry Stine, right, installed the old* fashioned wall-type telephone system at Greene County Fairgrounds being used by Greene County Sheriff Leonard Stone in photo at left. Stine also installed public address system and other inter - communication devices.—-S t a f f Photos. 1957. received his basic training) StlllB at Great schooling Lakes, Va., in radar at and hist Norfolk, Va. He served aboard the USS Prevail for two years and is now serving on the USS Vulcan of. Norfolk. Va., where he is living with his wife and daughter. Vollmer is a graduate of Marquette High School. LESLIE DEAN IBERG, Wall-Type Phones Used At Greene Fairgrounds Newt of Arm Men and Women In Armed Forces VERNON A. CUfttttNOrtAM, 1*. son of Mr. and Mn. Albert Cunningham of 2404 La Salle St., left June 30 for S«n Diego, Cnllf.. where he (8 stationed \vifh the United State! Marine Corps. He l« a 1MO graduate of Alton High School. ARMY PVT. MORRIS W. FACIE, 1&, son of Mr, and Mrs. Menry Page. 1697 Hflte 8t., re- icrnlly wan assigned to the 37th JArliliery in Germany. An ammunition specialist in the artillery's Bervlo* battery in Dachau, Page entered the Army in May 1959, and received basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He arrived overaear In June of this year. CADET 0. R. lUUMOARTNEB, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla G. Baumgartner, 502 Grandview Dr., weeks of training at the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps summer camp at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The training is scheduled to br concluded July 29. During this training Cadet ttaumgartner is receiving practical experience and Instruction in tactical, technical and administrative subjects, with special emphasis be ing placed on the duties of a second lieutenant. He is a 1957 graduate of Worden High School and is a student at Missouri School of Mines & Metallurgy in Rolla. He is a member of Chi Kpsilon fraternity. Funeral Home Wedding NASHVILLE, Tenn., /f A Nashville couple began their iiiHi-ried life where most people CARROLLTON — Old-fashion-jmost convenient in the handling. f . n( j jt. in a funeral home. Ruin ed wall-type telephones, withjof communication within HIP 20, | hand crank appended, comprise! fairgrounds. shir led tailing juft as the gar- i'rn wedding for Shirley Price son of Mr. and Mrs. Leto Iberg!the bulk of the Inter-plant com-i of a more advanced nature is ant! Melt-in Baker was about to of Trenton, former residents of > munication system at East Alton, is receiving 10 weeks j County Fairgrounds. draining at Coast Guard Receiv- Greene a Stlne-installed public address iK-gin. Rather than postpone and sound system, set tip for gen- the marriage, the wedding party telephone system was de- eral public use. jiiicl quests dashed to a nearby establishes tlinel ' al home where the vo\\s and some- " f re exchanged. jlett for Great Lakes Training Center June 21. He has a rating of assistant mail clerk petty officer third class. He will be graduated from boot training Aug. 27 and will be home on a two week leave Sept. .1. horn and Polled Shorthorns, Harold Harman, Carlinville, 4; Ralph, Bonnie , and Colleen Bivens, Waverley, 1; Ralph Bivins, 1; Bonigale Bivins, Waverly, 1, Coleen Bivins, Waverly, 2. The grand champion steer of all breeds was owned by Harold and owned the champion male and female; Dean Barnett, Roodhouse, 2; Jack Spencer, Gillespie, 2; Ralph Spencer, Gillespie, 4. Hampshires, McNeff Bros. Timewell, 5, and owned the champion male; Fred A. Rawe, Carrollton, 1; Jason Starkweather ry Handy of Auburn owned the o]yn Dwyer, 'Carlinville, 1. ' Assigned to Turn Out Brochure 01113th Inf. Pvt. John F. Envin, Telegraph reporter stationed with the 13th Infantry at Ft. .Riley, Kan., has been assigned the task of turning out a brochure on the history of tWe.l3th Infantry. He was surprised to find the female; Kendall reserve grand champion steer oflj^j,^ B^cTpoSfchi-! 13 * during""^"civil"War" w~as" all breeds. , na Harvey Bradshaw> Qriggs;'assigned to guard confederate! Dairy Cattle ville, 8, and owned the cham-jp risoners interned in Alton pen-, Kenneth Edwards was super-ipion female: Robert Goeddey, | iteinitla j; y ing Center, Cape May, N. J. 1 vised by Harry Stine. who utlliz-j During fail's Slim 'le enlisted June 28. Following;^ the old eoiiipment because it himself in a small W'. training he will be assigned \ V as at hand, not because he is; w hat antiquated trailer inside to a ship as a seaman in the J unable to cope with the more' the racetrack oval. From tnis Coast Guard, i He is a 1959 '. advanced shapes electronics have trailer he broadcasts incidental graduate of St. School. ARMY PFC LLOYD MOOKE, Jacob High'taken of late. Stine can delicate- music, sending it out through 10 !|y adjust anything from an old- amplifiers so it may be heard Itime crystal radio set of 35 through the grounds. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moore, ! 164 West St., Edwardsville. re- centlyl participated with other personnel from the 4th Armored Division in a six-week field train- j years ago to a color television set of today. He is, in brief. anj t(iat electronics specialist who hasjjj ver made the Greene County Fair something of a hobby for the last 10 years. Goulding St., East Alton; Dar-j effectiveness of tile unit a maj - 01 . intendent of dairy cattle. Win- : Carrollton, 6, and owned ners in Jersey cattle were Ed;champion male, Kallal of JerseyvUle with 10; | Spotted Poland China, jjjgj Envin has two months to go Dr., East Alton, ion his six-month enlistment. He •commissioned a reld D. Jouett, 708 S. Main St.. Greenfield; Ronald D. Fox, Rt. 1. Dennis R. Schaefer, R. 4, and Roy K. Holshouser, 107 First l St., Edwardsville; Jerome E. ZipprJch, Michael and Charles W. Grain, White Hall. Sgt. Beyer stated the upsurge in enlistments is due to the Army's Graduate Specialist Program where-by qualified high school graduates may select the trade or skill of choice before enlistment with a written guarantee. JERRY 8. KENNEDY, electronics technician second class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis |j. Rejinedy of 316 Tower Dr., East Richard W. Damron, whose j Alton, is serving aboard the sub- wife. Mary, lives at 136 Victory j mar i ne USS Thornback operating ing exercise in Grafenwohr, Ger- stine looks upon me fail , ^ any - (grounds telephone system as a The exercise, conducted under;useful channel but also considers realistic combat conditions, was jit somethin of a gadget. The inter-plant telephone ' line extends! from the horse stables to the designed to evaluate the combat installs microphones so ie same amplifiers can de- he voice of the commentate or during the annual Miss Greene County Contest or during races: and other exhibitions. The same system is used to page persons needed at the fair office. JULY ONLY DRY CLEANING SPECIAL BLANKETS Coral'N Shape* Coral takes on all colors of —'"--•-«•• • -.---«.--.-. %*. »..-w «... v* »• •••—»j»" !_»via*, i* tt_ H\JL n\- otMvtvu n-f n*v- , I Vipo I I Q KPK flrt ft II f'jrtlOFK ill element _ of the NATO shield of j fair office to the front gate and. , he spectrum and a wide variety 99 FREE P1CK-VP AND DELIVERY defense in Europe. to a look-out atop the office. It is Moore, a rifleman in Company C^, T'~ 7 of the division's 34th Infantry in (arrived overseas "in April 1959. I of shapes, such as those of as- .paragus. cabbage, cauliflower. dainty fans. lace, stag antiers jgf E Heilbronn, entered the Army in; The 19-year-old.soldier is a 1958j an d the human brain. November 1958, completed basic j graduate ' • -' training at Fort Hood, Tex., and'School. |dwy. HO 5*1177 of Edwardsville High, HKHAKD W. DAA1KON was recently out of Charleston, S. C. second lieu- the son of Mr. and Mrs. tenant in the Army upon grad Kallal of Jerseyville with 10; i spotted Poland China, Jan "> U1C SU11 Ul " u - WQ wire, leiwm in me ^nuy UHU" t^w Earl Tenhouse, of Liberty, 4;;Caruthers, Waverly, 8, and own.j charles B - Envin ' 2613 Davis st - uation fronl lhe Infantry Officer Robert A. Miller of Dawson, -l.|ed the champion male and fe- Guernsey, Phillip Ringhausen, i male; Meade Woods, Chester-! field, 3; David Woods, Chesterfield, 1; Dennis Woods, Chesterfield 1. Bacon Breeds Yorkshires, Jim Woods, Chesterfield, 11, and owned the champion male OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY Fresh Picked Wisconsin Strawberries Quart Box Sweetest Berry of the Season New POTATOES 10 Lb. Freectooe PEACHES M Pwk Bfto Itodmt 99 BROADWAY AMAIN Drhwte Product Mtrtet Kept Side Arms The Appomattox surrender terms provided that Confederate officers were to keep their side arms, which obviated LeVs having to offer Grant his sword. ICandidate School, Fort Benning, Ga. Lt. Damron received 23 weeks of intensive training in map reading, infantry tacics, leadership, logistics, administration and physical Damron, son of conditioning. Mrs. Helen and female; Don Ballard, Carrollton, 1; Jean Woods, Chesterfield, 1; Larry Ballard, Chesterfield 1. Landrace, Dwyer and Carter, Carlinville, 8, and owned the champion male and female; Clarence Woods, Carlinville, 2; George Woods, Carlinville, 1; Carolyn i Dwyer, Carlinville, ,1, Barrow ,show, Leo and Carol Day, Jerseyville, 2; Gary Bryant, Franklin, 1; Lloyd Wade, Hillview, 1; i 1 McNeff Bros, Tiraewell, 1; Eu-' gene Goeddey, Carrollton, 1; Jan Caruthers, Waverly, 1; Donald Ballard, Carrollton I; George Woods, Carlinvillle, 1; McNeff Broths, of Timewell owned the grand champion single barrow over all breeds. 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