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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
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Section* ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Eatabllihed January 15, 1136 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1960 5c Per Copy Member of The Awoetefcd CAftROLLTON - Billy Harr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harr, is spending this week at Me Junior Baptist Youth Camp at Lake Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. McGinnis and her mother. Mrs. Stella Hegwood, of Imperial Beach, Calif., will arrive this week to spend a week with McOinnls' brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith. Mrs. Dale Cough and Mrs. Leonard Stone will entertain the; members of their bridge club at Wednesday to Be Carlinville Day At Macoupin Fair CARLINVILLE — The annual Macoupin County Fair get* under way today at the fairgrounds north of CarlinvtUe, and will Sunday. highlights dinner Tuesday evening at the! 01 * Colonial Room of Day's Cafe, license iwlll be admitted free. ! Art Halt will also be done the July 15 in the office of' Ray Bennett, Greene County Clerk, to Robert H. Johnson of Pearl and Miss Shirley Steuart of' Pittsfield. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Frascr of White* Hall and their son. Desmond Eraser, of St. Louis were /^/»f* tifil Sltittnnrt guests Sunday of Mrs Dorothy ^OllHUl dllppO.ri University Bond Issue Has Trades READY FOR THE OVEN Brock. Mrs. Carl Sawyer, who is em- Resolutions in support of the Miss CHECKING RECIPES Taylor (left) and Mrs. Recipe Contest against recipes from ' " ' ' standard cook books.—Staff photo. Miss Margie Taylor pours cake batter into pans. She is testing one of the many recipes submitted in the Tele- graph sponsored Recipe Contest—Staff photo. i ployed in the office of Ray Ben-i Imposed $195 million bond issue jnett, County Clerk, is on vaca- lin the November election for dean this week. |velopment of educational facili- Miss Mary Nord returned tb'ties in Illinois, and possible estab- work Monday at A. Geers Co. Lave joy Award Presented to Greene County Recipes in the Telegraph's Women to Meet Mississippi Woman Editor Contingent at >-i m . 1 | |7» . ; CARBONDALE. 111. — A wo-;who has curried on a continuing. A II /^l.-L i*" 1 „.».-* L<ontest i. estea oy Experts At i nestprnpin man edit °' from i*xto&°n-\*& 1 '" D « Howard R. Long, ^-o t^iuo i^dmp «/ * /ml. V411 V/o 1.1/1 1.1^411 I >vHaK whn has waeed a six- chairman of SlU's tournalism de-l * ! after a weeks vacation and Mrs. {Nelson Snidle, who is also employed by A. Geers Co. is on vacation this week. Hsliment of a Madison County first day. The McKinley Rodeo will perform in the evening before the grandstand. Queen Con (eft One of the outstanding features of the fair is tfte crowning of Miss Macoupin County Fair. The contest for queen IB between the following: Miss Gillespie, Artie Fassero; MM. Oirard, Linda Donna; Miss Carlinville, El* eanor Scheldt; Miss Southwestern, Carol Duncan; Mist Vlrden, Dee Ann Kelly. Judging will be based on beauty, personality and poise. Girls competing in the contest were chosen in their own home areas to compete in the county contest and the win-. ner of the county contest will vie for Miss Illinois County Fair on a state level in January. Miss Donna Sarginson, of Medora. was chosen Miss Macoupin County Fair last year, the Health Board, have been adopted I first time for the contest,' and by the Collinsville Trades Coun-;she later was chosen Miss Illi- eil. AFL-CIO. nois County Fair and will be the Copies of the adopted resolu- first to reign over the Illinois By TOM TRABANO Telegraph Staff Writer Tlie spicy smell of baking Irom one family bearing the; name* of everyone in the fam-' ; Mrs. George Teasley o! this'tions were forwarded to all area'Slate Fair tor 1960. city was honored at a birthday j newspapers. The racing program at the 'dinner given Sunday at the home! In the first resolution adopted!fair will start Wednesday after- 'of her son and daughter-in-law, the council said that since funds]noon. | Mr. and Mrs. Finley Teasley, in Wood River. Other guests from CHESTERFIELD - United ily. This they explained was un-, , ,. ... ^" 1 "* Aid and guests year long fight against economic boycotts, pressure groups and faced personal intimidation partment stated. "Ordinarily it is[ CARROLLTON — A group of given for events of a single year, i Greene County 4-H Club mem- But she has oversahdowed all coffee cake mingled with -the whirring of an electric mixer as; "So far," Miss Taylor 1 entered the test kitchen at Al-i"we liave received few entries in ton's Union Electric Co. office, jthe outdoor cookery category.: Mn . aarence Over at the far end, behind land only one recipe has been John Tapscott counter, Miss Margie Taylor i submitted by a man." Reznecik will be hostesses. : ^ 1 i™. e !LT h "^ y . £ f t . t ?.t !* eller has been named winner of thejer candidates by far in showing action not only this a n. Sawtell OdWieil, BWard f ° r C ° Urage * journa; -'^- but over a ***'V** '^ L«vejoy Award was won left Monday for th Camp at Jacksonville will spend a week. ; Counselors for the group were „ , , , . u , i ,.-,„„ ~,- t Hazel Brannon Smith editor; las year by John K Wells, editor Mrs. Warren Ford, Miss Barbara Hallock Mlsg was blending ingredients with; "Then, there's lots of room. Edwin Leach will be "devotional j ceived ^ award at *** Ope ™*'' tlc Rock ' the Lexington _ Advertiser, re-iof the Arkansas Recorder at Ln> „,„ John H . Bicket . Grubb obtained from the proposed $193! Road improvements are 1 * go- million bond issue, if it passes, ing on on Rt. 4, but will not here were George Teasley and!will be channeled to development Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Horn. Miss Christie Teasley accompanied them home and is a guest of the Edwardsville site of Southern Illinois University, the coun- interfere with motorists. The bridge at the north edge of the fairgrounds on Rt. 4 is out but cil will actively endorse the bond j a riui-around has been built by for a few days at the Teasley! issue campaign, and Horn homes. I the road contractors which has | session- of the International Con- •, of Weekly at Giant the mixer while Mrs. Anna Lee j lor recipes in some of these; leader. Phillips watched. categories?" I queried. Leave for These two women, under the: -Yes", Miss Taylor answered. CHESTERFIELD - Mrs. Rod-'pT-JT^Ee Sunday The group i .direction of Miss Ruth Shank, By this time the aroma ol ;0 ey Ruberg, accompanied byL mee tine at Southern Illinois Chairman of the judging contest,;(he cake in the oven was filling'Sharon and Chuck Ruberg, Ma-: Unlver g ity ; are checking and testing some i the room, and I discovered Ijry and Jerry Adams, Mary Joei _,. ' .,.„ Hftl , K11 ,. h of the recipes submitted for the .was getting hungry. When I j and'Richard Bowman. Sue Mae' The .f. Wa . *„ "Lu v i Telegraph-sponsored recipe con-;left, the two women were sitting:Stone, Linda and Sue Keele, left !rec °S n . mon g . . annuaiiy y, test which opened June 20 and at a table, surrounded by cook-i Monday morning for the Lake'^ Us J° urnallsrn aepartmen a , closes July 30. ibuoka. checking entries against! of the Ozarks. where they wfllj 8 ^^ ^Se weeWyTr^s" Mrs. Smith received the I asked Miss Taylor to explain;'ho books, just how the checking on thej recipes was done. She shut off the mixer, took out the bowl, and began to pour the batter into n set of cake pans. "Well", she said, ''first, we go through tiie recipes as" they come in." She pointed to a table stacked with sheSts of paper on which recipes had been submitted. "We read them over to find any that we think are unusual in any way, or to discover any that we think we have heard before." Check With Books I asked her what she did when she found one that seemed familiar. Mrs. Phillips answered: "We then check it by going through these books," she said, pointing to a table piled high with cookbook* of every size, shape and description. "Of course, these contest recipes should be original in some aspects," she said, "If they have just been copied out of books we find out quickly enough." Miss Taylor jwent,to the oven and opened the door. The spicy smell grew stronger. She took out a circular'coffee cake and placed it on the counter. Then she took the pans of the mixture she had tyeen working on when I came in and popped it into the oven. "What's that?" I asked, "Something unusual", she, replied. "Blackberry jam cajje," ' "Just how do you pick the recipes to test?" I asked. Seek Originality "We go on the basis of originality in ingredients, idea of the dish, .methods of serving and methods of preparation", Mrs. Phillips said. She and Miss Taylor explained that they selected recipes for testing which had features not usually encountered. They went on to say that there were many entries in some of the categories, while there,were few in others. Miss Taylor said lhat there had been few entries in the categories of -meats and poultry and fish. "In the poultry and fish category," she explained, "we have few entries, and only one of them is for fish. We have no recipes at all for the preparation oJ domestic fish." Cite Content Bule* The women strewed the faot that many people seemingly did not realize that they could inter a« many reoipei in aj many categories as they wished, PW tea. they Mid, they got recipes Shipman 4-H Club Wins Prizes SHIPMAN — The Sunbeam Girls 4-H Club had a successful year as they closed their summer's work at the Macoupin County Pi-ogress Day at Carlinville. The club closed with 38 members and three leaders. The local club won the foliowing ribbons at the Progress Day when their projects were judged: Table covers, 3 blue ribbons, seven red and two white; learn to sew, six blue and two red; photography, one red; clothing, three blue, six red and one white; foods, 10 blue, seven red and four white; pastries, meats and fun in cooking, 12 blue, six red and two white. FeUowMblp Outing SHIPMAN-Tfce local Methodist Youth Fellowship and their guests had a hay rijde and wiener roast afterward at the Community Park. Mr. and'Mrs. Marshall Halliday were chaperones. Hosts for the wiener roast were: Larry and Janet Gillespie, John Holland and Barbara Scott, Darryl Pojnter, Carojyn Weidner, Beveriy Shujty and Jerry Baker. There were 25 members and the following guests present: Joan Reed, Paul Thomae, Mary Ann Connors, Bonnie Baker, Carol Stewart, Carol Rogers, Bonnie Ruil, Robert Haworth, Carol Hunt, Ruth. Ann and Glen Randall Trav- ere. McPeek Funeral her citation pointed out, 'for her unceasing battle, year SHIPMAN—Funeral services were conducted Sunday for Mrs. Irene Gray McPeek at GUford. She was the sister of Mrs. Saul Johnson and had been a resident in the Shipman and Woodburn area most of her life. 8blpmao Note* SHIPMAN — Mrs. J. Q. Archer is a .surgical patient at the hospital at Carlinville. Miss Carrie Waggoner of Alton has been a guest in the H. R. French home. Mr*. Ronald Hewitt, Mrs. Gmoe Henson and Mr. and Mrs. .Otto Meyers* returned Saturday I*L1H*OH*, HO Altai, Ilk- til W.WHil, Wood lir«r mat at •f !*nwf» JIM ONLY CIAL BUUKETS 99' AHDD8UVSW Ml I Mwy, NO 14111 attend Bible Camp this week. Mrs. Ruberg as counselor. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD - The an-! nual Dowland Reunion was held, Sunday at Terry Park. Palmyra, j ^ to undermine th e sta nd- Mrs. Mabel Snell is visiting' this week with Mrs. Phoebe 1 Mathis. Alton YMCA To Sponsor Canoe Trips 1 In the group were Ruth Dar:mw, Carol Jean Day, Bobbie jJane Denny, Sheila Dodge, Ethel | Mae Dolan, Mary Kay Dolan, '; Janet Eldred, Linda Elmore, Phyllis Flart, Cheryl Fundel, Jane Frazier, Christine Gilmore, Leona Goeddey, Gloria Griffin, Jean Griffin, Collen Hen ry, Nancy Henry, Kay Hilde- (brant, Mary Lois Roster, Connie Alton YMCA will sponsor six j Joe Langley, Ruth Ann Lemons, canoe trips this summer on aiDenise McConathy, Chris Mc- share expense basis, Robert i Ivers, Andrea Miner, Sue Shelton, j after year, in support of Iaw| nounced tot j a y. i . f .. r- :i " Rhodes, youth secretary, an- d inst forces o{ evi , Hghand m-ong as ac- ° ; icepted in the community and ,, ... ,, ,, ,\ which sought desperately to de- Mr and Mrs. Gene Massey and; sll her newspaper because of family of Alton were guests ofi.^ ef{ective leadership." her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eve-: ,. For dem0 nstrating the ability to perform, under great stress, so effectively her role as editor of the community's newspaper as to win the approval and support, in growing numbers, of the right thinking people of her town and county, and who deserve to share with her this recognition," the cit- tation read. Her fight goes back to 1934 when she wrote a story stating the local sheriff had shot and wounded a young negro who allegedly "talked back." She was sued for $57,500 by the sheriff for libel and he won a $10,000 award in the local courts. She appealed to the Mississippi State Supreme Court and it reversed the decision of the lower Open to interested boys 15 years old and up, the trips will take the place of the Canadian canoe trip Sue Sitton, Donna K. Smith, Barbara Vogt, Kathryn Vogt, Christie Wederstein, Donna Sue Winters, Floyd Anthony, John Anthony, Mike Carter, David Dar- which the YMCA has sponsored'row, Leonard Goeddey, George for the last three summers. ! Johnston, Gary Kane, Carl Rich- rett Adams, and family. Miss Florence Griffin is visiting relatives and at the Stratton Nursing Home, Carlinville, with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Griffith. Mrs. Esther Strader of Wood River visited Sunday with her fabler, Arthur Hall, who has been ill several days. * Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth' Woods and daughter, Christina, took their 'aunt, Mrs. Walter Whitlinger to St. Louis, where she took the plane for Wyoming. She was called to Carlinville to see ' mother, Airs.. Jennie Woods, who fell at her home last week and was a patient at Carlinville Area Hospital, several days. Monday she ,was transferred to the Wood-Lawn Nursing Home,|J udidal body, and vindicated her. Carlinville., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barr and family were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bare, Springfield. Mrs. .Evelyn Getz viajted Sunday at the Gotcher Hopj£ in Carlinville with Mrs. Neil Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cope of Jerseyvllle, Mr. and Mi's. Armin S. Rigsbey and son, Dana, of Wood River were visitors of from a vacation at the Arthur Eckersley home at Bayles lake near Loda. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams attended a family dinner on Sunday at Marion at the home of Mrs. Earl York. Mr. and Mrs. Tlwmas Essin^ton ol CarJyle were honored it a dinner Sunday at the Robert Heyen home near Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huddleston attended the event in honor of his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. Me Nelly and son of Murrayville were Saturday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams. This was hailed as a victory for freedom of the press in Mississippi—and elsewhere. Her troubles, however, had just begun. A "Citizens Committee" was formed. Her husband, Walter, administrator of the local hospital, was dismissed and the Council placed an economic boycott on her paper and finally formed an opposing newspaper. Legal advertising was taken away from the Lexington Advertiser and given to her opposition. Despite tills, her paper has continued to gain support. "We have departed from the normal basis of the Lovejoy Award and given it to tills woman The first trip will be Saturday,! ards, Walter Richards and Alan July 23. Local trips will be for one day; overnight trips are planned for the Pere Marquette area, Swan Lake, Stump Lake and others. Voiles. Scluielteu Reunion CARROLLTON - Mr. Mrs. Charles Wayne Finley of i Greenfield entertained at a re- and On August 3-6 a four-day trip j union of the Schnelten family »!., uu .~_i *_ T _i r ji__ *••» _.t__ n+ fliQiv« lirvfrtA CitM/latf A ttavtrlincr is planned to Lake of the Ozarks, and August 24-27 a trip is planned either to Bull Shoals or Crab Orchard Lake. Included on these trips will be sleeping out, canoe portaging, cooking out and trail blazing. Adult leaders will accompany the boys making the trip. Each trip will be limited to ten boys. The only skill necessary to be eligible for the trips is the ability to swim well. Training in handling a canoe and in campcraft will be given to those who need it. Registration for the trips must be made at the YMCA. Additional information concerning the trips is available at the "Y". Interested parties should contact Robert Rhodes, youth secretary. Mesa Verde National Park cliff dwellings are in Colorado on the Ute Indian Reservation. at their home Sunday. Attending from this area were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hansen and family, Mrs. Bessie Schnelten, Mrs. Roy Edwards Sr., Mrs. John E. Becker and daughters, of Carrollton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Postlewaite and family of Kane. Terpennlng Reunion CARROLLTON — A reunion of the Terpenning family was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jockisch in Alton. Attending from Carrollton were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wheeler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Terpenning and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Short. Attending Youth Camp CARROLLTON — The Rev. Robert Pitsch, pastor of the Methodist Church are spending this week at a Methdoist Youth Camp at Lewiston where the Rev. Pitsch is serving as a counselor. During the absence Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rigsbey. Mrs. Kenneth Ornellas and Mrs. Ralph Barr were Spring-j field visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Dowland entertained a group of relatives Saturday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dowland of Nashville, Terni., Mi', and Mrs. Cecil Dowland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott of Bradford, Term. VACATION NOTICE DUKE BAKERY li CJo«td Fox Vacations Will Reopen For Business FRIDAY, JULY 23 CAS*' II will, the release said, active-jbeen in use for some time for the convenience of motorists. CarUnvllle Day Carlinville Chamber of Corn- home of the Bushnell's son-in- j great need for university buildings imerce. working with the Ma- Mr, and Mrs. Dean Bushnell|]y and vigorously support a cam- and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith I paign to inform its own members spent Sunday at Rantoul at thej and the voters at large of the law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.| 0 n the new campus. Icoupin County Fair board, has Clifford Newton. They were ac-l jjj the second resolution adopt-1 completed plans for Carlinville companied home by Newton th G C0 uncil said that there is will spend two weeks at the Bush- , an obv ious need for a Madison Day Wednesday. In addition to the regular attractions of the nell home. He is on his vaca-j County Health Department. Since fail> on tnat day. the Carlinville tion from his duties as cus-1 County Health Law makes it pos- j Chamber has completed negotia- todian of the elementary andj sible for Madison County to have t! ~~~ *"' " J " """" junior high school in Rantoul. of the Rev. Pitsch, Mrs. Pitsch and daughters are visiting relatives in Peoria. | Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Dennis Ad- a full time Health department by a referendum of the people, the council will take necessary steps to get the issue on the ballot in the November election. tions for a ranger model helicopter to be at the fairgrounds in the afternoon. The helicopter will be supplied by Mississippi Valley Helicopter, I Inc., of St. Louis, and, is of a ^four-five passenger size. A small- jer sized helicopter was sponsor. _ , , , _„ . i i »-*- t»»*jv.« •iwuwwb'i.v^.i w«*7 i9unj**a\t+- cock was admitted to Boyd Me-1 Demonstration Leaders ! ed by the same group last year monal Hospital Saturday. Ad-| • • •-•**••?? •- •• * • mitted Sunday were Oscar Chism' T lu 4;«torl V»v of Carrollton and Miss Leta ! lllultieu U J and it proved to be of great interest to all fair-goers. Price, also of Carrollton. TOKYO (API—Japanese prose-1 Dismissed Sunday were John ,'cutors today indicted four lead- Swann and Kimberly Daum.'crs of the demonstrators who both of Carrollton, and Frank Henson of White Hall. Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Frank Hazelwonder and daughter of Jerseyville and Mrs. Tommy Hough and daughter of Carrollton. Crane Funeral Monday CARROLLTON — Funeral mobbed White House press secretary James C. Hagerty July 10 at Tokyo International Airport. Five others have been indicted in connection with the Hagerty riot and eight others are still under investigation. Those indicted are accused of services for Ralph Crane, Greene I acts of violence, Illegal confine- County farmer, were conducted Monday at Simpson Funeral Home by the Rev. Darwin Rolens. Pallbearers were Kenneth Crane, Donald Crane, Stanley Freeh, Melvin Wheeler, Keith Sturman and John B. Andrews. Burial was in Carrollton City Cemetery. meut of other persons and fore- ful obstruction of police duties. are Over 20,000 primary pupils absent from school each day in Northern Ireland, teachers were lold in Belfast. More rigorous enforcement of the school attendance law is sought. Hardware Mutuals Expand Sales Force in Alton Area "VOU'ftf THI BOSS". . . AT MNIFICIAU For the cash you want when you want it, phone BENEFICIAL. Get cash for any good reason — clothing, left-over bills, you-name-itT One phone call and one visit to the office does everything. Call up today! Uen» $H te UOe-Uan* life-lniureri at lew eeit SOI ICLLI iTIIIIT, Second Floor, ALTON HOwardi 24HS » Ask for the VEI MANaitr •»|N fVININOS |Y ANOINTMENT — PHONt *Ql IVCN1NO HOUftt fc M leufctt ti »u wH«u«4it dm BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. t INAMQg 6*. 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