Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 22, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Section 2 Pages 11-1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comic EstabUihed January 10, 1836 ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, JULY 22,1960 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated ftws Fair Queen to Be Chosen Saturday At Carlinville CARLINVILLE — Sunny skies ard; grand champion lamb, Ken- have prevailed this week to help make the Macoupin County Fair one of the most successful in many years, The fair opened Tuesday for a six-day stand at the fairgrounds north of here and continues to attract crowds. Today's program includes beef del) Cole, Palmyra: reserve champion lamb, Robert Sleight, Origgsvilte. In judging of swine Wednesday, a boar entered by Wayne Bates of Carltnvllle was declared grand champion in the open, class. Reserve grand cattle judging in the forenoon; ichumpion boar was o\vned by a harness racing program at'David Woods of Carllnville.' twilight, beginning at 6 p.m.,!Grand champion sow was en- and the elimination program | tered by Gary Bates of Carof the amateur contest in front illnvflle. Reserve champion was of the grandstand following the owned by David Woods of Car- races. Miss Illinois CountyIlinville. Grand champion bar- Fair I960, Miss Donna Sargin-;row \vas entered by Marlyn Alson of Medora, will appear be-,ward of Plaga. Reserve cham- Uveen 8:30 and 9 p.m. with the'piun was ; entered by McNeil ; candidates for Miss Macoupin!Bros., of Timewell. ! County Fair 1960. > In the junior show, grand Saturday the program will in-'champion boar was shown by elude a 4-H judging contest;, David Woods of Carllnvllle, ami tractor pulling contest al noon:'reserve grand champion was eri- another twilight harness race u«red by Gary Bates. Grand program, and at night the finals -champion gilt was also owned in the amateur contest and the In- Gary Bates. Reserve cham- crowning of Miss Macoupin pion was entered by David County Fair. > Woods. Grand champion bar- This year the fair is being row was entered by Marlyn AJ- held over through Sunday when,ward of Piasa. Jack Spencer the Jack Kochman Auto Dare- of Gillespie showed the reserve devils wiD present two shows..champion. There will be a matinee at 3 Clothing I'lck-lp p.m. and an evening show at 8. CARLINVILLE — Mrs. Mel- In judging of dairy cattle j vin Klaus, president of United Thursday the following grand | Council of Church Women of Counly champions and reserve cham-icarlinvillo. reports that the Show the following girls will at pions were selected: Open class.;ch urc i, World Service pickup'tend the state fair as models ir grand champion male, Edward! truck will be in Carlinville Mon-!the clothing revision: Betsy;[ Carrottton Plans to Buy Water Rescue Equipment CARROLLTON — Water res- spending the weekend in St. jcue equipment, including a boat, ian outboard motor and drag ! equipment, will be bought the local office of Louis with her son-in-law and jHubbard. Mrs. Freeh and son jguests since Sunday ol fte fbf• Uvent to St. Lenta Thursday tolmer's brofhw*h>iaW tlldl tHltr, spend the weekend with Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. WUlte Freeh's brothers-in-law and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hiemer and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Walter L. Moss and son of Car- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy troll ton and Eric Ivers of EMred 'were dinner guests Thursday Carvels. Mrs. Hazel Freeh and son, '*vetoing in Alton at the home of Los Angeles, Calif.. !o( Mr. and Mrs. David Kendall Mrs. Ruby Vorhies and grand- made Wedneadayjv^ Marsha ^^ „, of Auxiliary Police Civil Defense with Mrs. Freeh's brother and FIRE BURNS HOLE IN ROOF A fire at 12:37 a.m. Tliumlay burned a hole in the roof of the Broadway Co., 103 Central Ave., and caused Macoupin Girls Chosen To Model at State Fair Emergency Unit at City Hall. Upon arrival of the water rec- cuing equipment all members of the Auxiliary Police Civil Defense Emergency Unit will be given special water rescue training and the group will be available wherever needed. Administrator Appointed CARROLLTON—Bond of 5300 was given July 13 in Greene County Probate Court by Lawrence Meyer as administrator of the estate of Agnes Meyer. j Birthday Supper ' CARROL'LTON— A surprise birthday supper was given at | the Carrollton city park Wed-, nesday evening for Henry Wag-j net- and Mrs. Florence Wagner, of CarroUlon and James Dan-' of Alton. In the group were Mr. and: Mrs-. Albert Wagner, Mr. and i Mrs. William Wagner, Mr. andj Mrs. Joe Wagner and son, Mr. i and Mrs. Gilbert Jeffrey arid; daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles | CARROLLTON — Although'Ashford, Miss Marian Ashford, j unable to be present for in- Vincent Becker, Mr. and Mrs. j stallatior, ceremonies Wednes-!Lawrence Sleckel and'son, Mr. | Mairlyn ,, ,,. T and Mrs. Junior Gilbert and day evemng M " s Lana Jones sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schools in Sarawak, now use woodworking *qttlp- merit supplied by Australia, Oll- der the Colombo plan. turned home Wednesday from Palmyra where they had been|0 f y ^» •• W ^^^MBIIMMW^MB ^^^^^^^^g^ y PREFABRICATED PLYWOOD FENCE St Nome of the glass to warp. No estimate as to the amount of damage has yet been made.—Staff Photo. Catholic Daughter! 1 ' Meet at Carrollioti CARLINVILLE — As a result.ere. of the judging in the Macoupin! Carol Duncan and i. . ,n ., j ua i' evening .uiss i_,aim dunes uiu.™ M.. ., ~j iu.. D Unm.i. 4_H Leach will give flower demon- children, Mr. ana Mis. Hem> jstrations at the slate fair and ls the new President ol the Jun-| Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Roth first alternate will be Sandra iur Catholic Daughters urgani- and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. i and second alternate will zation. Harrison Richey all of Carroll- Kallal. Jerseyville; reserve| day 7 Aug . {.' Used clo t| ling te to j Cherry. Girard Helping Hands: -be fane Piper. Mta Eltobeth Meyer ^^U- ton; Mr. andI Mrj HarryJohn- champion, William Hartke. betaken to the church of the 1 Betsy Duncan. Shipman Sun-. Wanda Wills will represent luted m M,,s Jones m^he in- - on and f £ j Vl f8'l Da ir and Litchfield; grand champion fe-! donor There is an urgent need,beams: Jean Glllcr, Country;Macoupin County in foods de- : stallaUon ceremon.es at Knight* ;«*ildien of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. male, William Hartke, LJtch-l for me n's, women's, children's Cousins: Judy Hays and Kay.monstration and the girls_chos-.of Columbus Hall under the field; reserve champion, Gai y] Hays Virden Jun'ior class, grand champion infant's clothing. lip Ringhausen Jerseyville- grand champion female, Gary Hays Virden- reserve cham- Betarded Children CARLIN'VILLE — The nounced: Grand champion Robert Sleight, Griggsville; re- pion, Edward KaJlaJ, Jerseyville. .coupin County Association f or iSCrapers . In the of>en class in sheep j Retarded Children will meet at! Garments are also sent to the the following winners were an-' 8 P- m - toda y at the Carlinvnllei s tate fair and those being sent , ^-,.--, to the {ah . be i ong to Harriet _ ^^ St. DeniSiHarp. Baste and Bake: Karen serve champion "ram, William 'Parish of Shipman will give theiush. Girard Helping Hands: and McClelland. Greenfield; grand i invocation and a film will be; Carol Duncan, Piasa Busy Bees, champion ewe, William Model- shown. A family picnic will be;whose garment will be sent with land, Greenfield: reserve cham-ifceld. ft to 8 p,m. before the bus-1accessories. First alternate is an urgent n icn's children's Cousins: Judy Hays and Kayi | "°" suauui1 « U1U U1C &IHB uiuo-."i ^i/iumuuo nan uuuei me ui- — Mateer. North Otter Willing!en to attend classes are Martha rection of Mrs. Louis Meyer, ( lyn Cope of Kane; Mrs. Dollie ._,-.• 'Workers: Rosemary Kalaher andjKonneker and Mary Ruth chairman of the Junior Cath- i Wagner, William Wagner and . P ''"iMary Rosentreter. Carlinettes. |Trump. :olic Daughters. Other officers j son . Gar y» and Miss Muriel major , p ,.! First alternate is Joyce Thurs-l Judging Contest |installed were Miss Karen i Acres of Jacksonville; Law- by. Friendly Circle Maidens;' CARLINVILLE — Miss Lucy! Booth, vice president; Miss' rence Griff in and Mrs - Isa Crav- second alternate, Janet Grichnik, j Ann Klaus, daughter of Mr. and! Phyllis Rawe. .secretary; Miss ens o[ Jerseyville. Polk; and third alternate, Ma- Mrs. Stanley Klaus, has been j Jeanne Ann Thien. reporter. CARROLLTON — Lt. Leslie Ma-ry Frances Miller, Scottville Sky-i selected as the Macoupin Swine; Following the installation, for Buck of the United States Ma- Herd Improvement Association's Which Miss Jeanne Ann Thien ! rine Corps visited over the School. The Rev. Shean ol pion ewe, Lehmann Bros., Gir-jinc^t) Pork Queen, to represent this; was pianist, a talk was given i weekend with Lt. Robert Thien organization in the State Assoc- by Mrs. Annie Schmidt, grand j al tne home of his parents, Mi. iatlon contest this summer. Miss regent of the Senior Catholic land Mrs, Lawrence Thien, Both Klaus was selected from seven Daughters, and Mrs. Henry - wiu be stationed local candidates on the basis of Thien gave a report to the point > N - c -- and beauty, poise, personality, and>g roup of acliori taken b tne jcently returned, home from a sliort oral essay presentation. Junior Catholic Daughters at j Japan. Miss Klaus graduated from Car-: the National Catholic Daughters' Mrs. Oren Siebermann is at Cherry have re- Mary Loehr. Happy Homemak- Unvilie High School the past May convention at Pittsburgh. Ntw accounts jubilc* tnds July 31 ... now now to •top by. Savings accounts insurtd sof* up to $10,000 by FSLIC. Handy front door tdltr's window . . . Froo front door parking. • \ DISCOVER HIGHEST DIVIDEND! -^ Plus FREE GIFTS FOR SAVING! SAVE $100 OR MORE! RECEIVE TIPSY TIM" SET OF S GLASSES AND STANP A famous "Tipsy Tim" set of 6 glasses and copper and brass stand is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical 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 30. Funds will earn a new rate of f>% per annum, first payable June 30, 1960. 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