Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1960 · Page 13
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July 18, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Pages 13 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH "port *. * established January 15, 1836 ALTON. ILL.. MONDAY, JULY 18. 19150 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Prws Macoupin County Fair Opens Tuesday at Carlinville cocktail 2<"'39 e Racing Program Is Schedled to SlartWednesda y & CARLINVILLE - The considerable farm Interests of Macoupin County will roll out the welcome mat Tuesday, opening day of the annual Macoupin County Kalr. In addition to four days of harness racing, starting Wednesday and ending Saturday, the fair will offer the usual agrlcul- fural displays nnd contests. Tuesday will be 4-H Club Day u»d children will DP admitted to the grounds free. All exhibits must be on the grounds by 9 a.m. During the afternoon articles in art hall will be judged and a rodeo is scheduled for the evening. OftHMivtlte tta.? Wednesday has been designated as Carlinville Day. Hnr- ligible to enter. EntHes must ! be made with Mrs. C. Robert Miller or Mrs. Denny R. Boring, Carllnvillo. ness racing Is sel for 2:30 p.m. Miss Mawmpln wilh a rodeo again In the eve-j Mis? Mauoupln County Fair ning. 'will be chosen and crowned Sal- Thursday will be both "Chii- urd «.v nl « hf and - at the dren's Day" and Gillespie Day and rides will be offered at a discount up to 5 p.m. The harness racing program will start at 8 p.m. and at night the Jack Kochman Daredevils are listed on the program. Again on Friday the harness racing program will start at 6 p.m. and an amateur program is scheduled for the evening. The winner of the amateur tlmr, the finalists In the amateur program of the proceeding night will be chosen. The 4-H judging contest is set (or Saturday morning and a tractor pull* ing contest will come off at noon. The final harness racing pro* gram will be at 6 p.m. Sunday will be the closing day and programs by the .Tack Kochman Daredevils nre scheduled for .". p.m. and 8:30 p.m. show will be granted nn audition) Moiv than $10.000 in premi- for thr Ted Mack original ama-'ums will be awarded winners of teur hour TV show. the various exhibits and shows, Any resident of Macoupin county between "8 and 80" te el- Martha Loehr. secretary of the fair association, has announced. Yes, you can reet aaeured you"! I free service, piping hot water from your White (Mast lined automatic White Water-Hotter. The While Gtau Uninf ; of that . . . mean* no rust ever! Our new White Gtaxs lined White Water-Hotter ant'* rust . protect* you against thie needless expense with a fall 10-ye warranty! Money-saving prices and convenient terms, of course. in fo» for PIBITY of M 14 -m qudfey CAMP 1126 MILTON RD. ELECTRIC AMD HEATING PHONE HO 2-9287 SPECIAL MONTH OF JULY ONLY! Reg. $89.50 Model NOW ONLY Del Monte BarHett Hahret PEARS —2 2J.49* Smucker'i Strawberry Preserves Beauty Salad Dressing Mosela OIL •* '2" " READY FOR FAIR Hampshire hog to be shown at Macoupin County Fair, starting Tuesday near Carlinville, gets fed by owner, Jason Starkweather of Hettick. In photo, from left, are David Reznicek, Starkweather, Judy Anderson and Joe Rezznieck, all of Hettick, who moved early to Macoupin Fairgrounds from Carrollton, where they had shown at Greene County Fair.—-Staff photo. Rat Bites Girl, Treated At Wood River Hospital The tot reportedly reachocl into a clump of weeds near her WOOD RIVER - Karen Frazier, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frazier. 208 Al-l home to m hei- wa «on handle o ! w ' len t" e r °ti en * bit her. Fol- Hurt in Bike, Car Accident Fully Cooked Wafer Sliced Veal Steaks Fancy Breaded "Boneless 1 WoodRiverB °y|plate Boiling Beef Short Ribs of Beef her left WOOD RIVER — Richard;' New occowim jubNee tnds July 31 ... Plan new to step by. Savings accounts insured safe up to $10,000 by FSLIC. Handy front door feller's window . . . Freo front door parking. f Drive Right In Swift Premium • Yeung Tender Steward, 14. of 438 Anna, was; Sliced Beef i- released following treatment atj • • dex "finger the child was re- j Wood River Township Hospital,! LlVCr e e • *t leased. [during the weekend for contu-' . __, Other patients treated and re- sions of both thighs and the )ow- : S*rve with DOCOn leased at the hospital during the weekend were: Mrs. Arthur Roark, Highway Trailer Courv EdwardsviUe Road, for consumption of 'J4 aspirin tablets i taken for a headache. John Suessen, 12, son of Mr. er left arm. The boy was injured in an accident involving a' bike he was riding and a taxi cab driven by Thomas W. Harwell, 875 Haller •I at the corner of Walcot and Anna. The cab was making a left Onions Western Yellow ONIONS U.S. No. 1 Grade 'Jersey Farm" Thick Sliced Bocon 2-Hi. DISCOVER HIGHEST DIVIDEND! -^ E5Sas^£2&- PIUS FREE GIFTS FOR SAVING! SAVE $100 OR MORES RECEIVE TIPSY TIM" SET OF 6 GLASSES AND STAND i and Mrs. C. Earl Suessen. 155 turn onto Anna when the acei: E. Airline Dr., East Alton, for dent occurred, a right elbow injury suffered A car driven by David VVil-| 1 while playing baseball. liamson, 39, 303 St. Louis Ave., I , Dennis Fester, 6. son of Mrs. East Alton struck a telephone! iMaurita Fester. Rt. 2, Jersey-!pole at the corner of Cedar and) jville, for swallowing a foreign Grand Ave., Sunday when hej i object believed to have been a! swerved to miss hitting a large! i metal washer, at the home of a i dog. ; i relative. j Cars driven by Joann Klrby Andrew Moward, 56, 404 Illinois Ave., South Ro.xana, for a 125 E. Watkins, Hartford, and A. J. Williams, P.O. Box 632, East dog bite injury of the left fore-1 St. Louis, were involved in a min- iarm. |or auto collision Saturday in j Larry Naylor, 10. son of Mr.i tne municipal parking lot in back "*\ tt A famous "Tipsy Tim" set ol G glasses and copper and brass stand is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practice! and beautiful, "Tipsy Tim" and his six glasses can go from kitchen to patio or anywhere you need them. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of 50. Funds will earn • new rate of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, 1960. OR ANCHOR HOCKING FIRE KINO OOPKR-TINT OVENWARE A famous 12-piece Anchorglass Ovenware set is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, ovenware is guaranteed /""% O tt«l tlO *r Mm ... RMUvt SWIVEL NMD UTILITY LANTERN ; two years against oven breakage. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of $50. Funds will earn at new rate of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, 1U60. Open a new REGULAR MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS SHARE ACCOUNT with $10 or more. Your free gift will be a handy lantern with strong beam and swing-up red flasher, A useful "Safety Companion" for auto or home. Add to savings in multiples of 50c or $1 each. Earn new 5% rate, first payable June 3D, 1860. CURRENT YEARLY RATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS and PREPAID SAVINGS CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION IIS SMITN AVI, 4*SS4I Hunt I ejB, t§ 4<SO tan. PrUiy Svealafi MtHI 7 »,m CUue* and Mrs. Harold Nayler. S:'n State St.. for a head laceration , incurred while doing a flip in of Reese's Drug Store. Both cars were backing out of parking spaces when the acci- unable to muke a speaking en gagement here and set as stitutes his sons, Jim, Drew, 13, They made a hit. :the water at Wood River Swim jdent occunvd. The Kirby auto ming Pool. Six sutures worn sustained damage lo tlie left taken to close the cut. door whili there was no report Ha Hey Hicks, 36. 3428 Yosl; uf damage to the Williams' uu- JSi.. Alton, for a laceration; to. {above his left eye incurred 1 ;v.'hen a wrench he was using toj Sons Save the Day i tighten u bolt slipped and struck; WAGONER, Okla. IP — Rep. ^him. | Ed Edmondson (D-Okla.) was Harry McKinnon. 26. 6340 Sutherland St., Si. Louis, for a right ankle injury suffered •while riding on a trailer with a i motorcycle that fell and caught his leg against the side of the- trailer. i Names Sound Familiar j SAN ANTONIO, Tex. ffi — {Some of the names had a familiar ring when First Sgt. Stephen M. Sluck called the role of new members of the 3277th School Squadron at Lackland i Air Force Base. Among the men assigned are i Daniel Boone, William Penn, Edward G. Robinson and Woodrow Wilson. None claimed any i relationship with the original i name-bearers. Longhorn Kraft's Sliced Cht»M Hi. Sliced Mozzarello 6-oz. Cheese pkg 49« 37« Frozen "Banquet" pur 'Beef 'Chicken I n.J 'Turkey "Pictsweet" Froztn 3 2 pkgt 12-or pkflt 59* 45* l un lu the Sun! UHIcin»,i; Picnic Supplies. ' ; ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL V-2XU i ROMWood Height* < ; Rival Dog Food Newl Improved GODWIN 01 K|t!E StH'U, INC. "JUS- MADE" •Orange •Grape •Orange Pineapple Drinks TRI-CITY Detergent 49« "Kolttr" Broiler Aluminum Foil SO-ft. rail "Leitore" "liquid" 22-oi. can Dry Bleach 45< 49« Niagara Starch 24-01. 37« EAST ALTON Standard Home Furnishers CLOSED MONDAY NIGHT DURING JULY AND AUGUST FRIDAY At USUAL VST 2I« W§ rejMW) right It limit quantffl*

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