Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
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PAGE ILTOW £VJf«NlNG TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1CGO win* IT" •• 3 A IfII: I e -o £ 2 < ^ ^ 4* • l! 4-H and Junior Exhibits Judged at Macoupin Fair CARLINVILLE -y Numerous attractions are in store for those who attend Macoupin .County Fair now In progress on the fairgrounds north of Carllnville on Route 4. In addition to the livestock, floriculture, culinary, textiles and fine arts exhibits for adults there is much Interest in the education and natural history department for children. All exhibits are confined to pupils whoHttend Macoupin County Elementary schools. Thete are on display In the Women's Art Hall. Products of agriculture are being exhibited in a tent to the south of the Art Hall. There are also many exhibits of prize poultry and rabbits. Mrs. Wendell Armour was the winner of the "best of show" in the yeast baking contest. Her exhibit won over 75 other entries. Eleven Swine Carcass contest and the winner will be announced after all carcass entries have been determined on the cut out basis. The Midwest Illinois Harness participated in the Greenfield Club Women Schedule Fall Events GREENFIELD — Mrs. Byron Hill Jr.. president of the Woman's Club, ha« announced two coming events for the 198041 series of meetings. The first meeting of the year will be Sept. 14 in connection with the annual flower show in the Baptist Annex and a benefit card party will take place the following Wednesday, Sept. 21, from H p.m. in the home of Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Frank Ford and Mrs. James Ford are co-chairmen of arrangements for the flower show and members of the committee are. Mrs. Howard Hobson. Mrs. Ruby Harrington, Mrs. Kenneth Parks, and Miss Pearl Bermes. The show will be open Racing circuit opened Wednes-jto the public from 1 p.m. to '2:'M day afternoon at the fair. The!p.m.. followed by a regular meet- starting time for twilight racing | ing ° f me C ' UD - j Thursday. Friday and Saturday) Mrs. Claude Sousley is chair- jwill be at 6 p.m. each night. |man of advance card party tick- Jack Kochman rtaredevile'wllljet sales. There will be tables for ibe the attraction before Hie i bridge, canasta, and pinochle. i grand stand tonight. Thursday j Proceeds are for the benefit of 'is also children's day al the fairiplub welfare projects. Members • as well as Gillespie day. All'of tiie executive board, Mrs. Hill, j carnival rides for children (o Mrs. Finice Doyle, Mrs. W, D. ages 12 will be ten cents peri Spencer, Mrs. Clyde Cole, and j ticket until 5 p.m. except the > Mrs. Frank Hodapp, are in Dodge. charge of arrangements and will Plans are being made for the serve as hostesses, appearance of Miss Illinois Benefit Male County Fair of 1960 with the GREENFIELD — Methodist "Miss Macoupin County Fair" Youtb Fellowship groups of !candidates, probably Friday Greenfield and Rockbndge .night at the fair. The winner Churches will conduct a bake of Miss Macoupin County Fair sa lc starting at 9 a.m. Saturday queen last year. Miss Donna in the Lyric building. Proceeds Sarginson of Medora. was chos- are f or the benefit of the MYF en Miss Illinois County Fair and tour of Southern states and Meth- will be the first queen to reign ,odist missions, over the Illinois State Fair for \ Sixteen members of the Green- 1960. • i field and Rockbndge groups will Miss Sarginson will appear ij e ave Sunday on the tour, jwith the following 1960 county) xhey will be accompanied by i candidates: Miss Gillespie, Ar-i Miss Virginia Knisley, sponsor of | tie Fassero; Miss Girard. Linda i me Greenfield group; Charles i Donna; Miss Carlinville, Elea-f Posteli sponsor of the Rockbridge nor Scheldt; Miss Southwestern.! grou p; Mrs. Orville Griswold, Carol Duncan; Miss Virden. Dee; Mrs Rutn j ouc tt, and Robert Ann Kelly. Judging will be : Q a j mer (Saturday night. j Greenfield Note* Other features of the fair will i GREENFIELD— Mr. and Mrs. be the amateur contest, an elim-! j onn wUJre and children of La- ination program scheduled forj may Mo and Mrs wife's Friday night and the finals forj brotner ^^ sister-in-law, Mr. Saturday night, the 4-H judging i andMre; Dupree strang, and fam- contest Saturday morning, and jly were gtle8ts of Mr ^^ Mnj a tractor pulling contest Satur- iByron Hil , Jr &nd daughters day noon. . Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fesler and children, Karen, Kenny, and Ellen Kay, of Sunnyvale, Calif., who have been visiting, his mother, Mrs. C. 0. Fesler in Harvey, i were overnight guests of Mr. and |Mrs. Hill Jr. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Greer of Carrollton visited with the Fesler family Tuesday evening. Opm MOB.. Fri. Till • School Shoos Sovt 25 to 50% Boys' Oxfords, CaMiali. Girls' Tin, |A OO Strap*. 8H to 8 £*QO WESTERN SHOE STORES •04-08 E. Broadway The bean used in making Mocha coffee, Mocha, is a small grayish green bean from Yemen, in Arabia, whose port is Mocha. SPECIAL PURCHASE OF DESIGNER WOOLENS IN LIMITED QUANTITY Thtst Nam* Brand Woolans fill Rag. far S.M ta 9.98 OUR PRICE WHILE THEY LAST Alton Stora Only PAUL'S Pir f I, 20* Italt ft, HO 1*9011

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