Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1960 · Page 13
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July 25, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Sectfott £ Page* 13-22 ALTON TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL, MONDAY, JULY 25,1900. Sc Per Copy Member of The Awoctoted Artie Fassero of Gillespie Chosen Miss Macoupin County CARLINVILLE - Miss Artie tattero, 18, of Gillespie was chew- en MlM Macoupin County Fair at the county fair heft Saturday night. She succeeds Miss Donna Sarginson of Medora. Miss Sargtmon, who was chosen Miss Illinois County Fair last January, participated In the coronation cerertionies, bestowing her local crown up on her successor. Miss Fassero will alao pttttitf* pate in the state-wide contert »et for Jan. 22 at Springfield. The new Miss Macoupin County Fair Is a 1960 graduate of Qllles- pie High School. In the fall shf plans to attend either University of Illinois or Michigan to major in music. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fassero. Amateur Contest Winners Listed i At Carlinville CARLINVILLE - From the finalists in the amateur contest held in connection with the Ma-1 coupin County Fair, the following placings were announced; following the judging Saturday 1 night: Junior Division: first plane, Ernie Lisch. 9. Staunton, accor-j dian and vocal; second. Janet Dal Pozzo, 12, Staunton, rope tap dance: third, Martha Chura.j T^.-f.Lj,- A ..,.,,,, 6. Staunton; Mary Ann Leone,; 1 lUHKlll rillHUh 7, Benld; Judy Ranger, 8, Gil- c lesple, dance trio; fourth, Pomatto, 11, and Jatu> ti . 11, both of Wilsonville. "Highland Fling": fifth, Anne, Judy, Kenny and Carol Reid. Carlinville, song. MACOUPIN CONTESTANTS i Front row, from left, Miss Gillesuic, Artie Fassero, who was chosen Miss Macoupin County Fair of 1960; Miss Donna Sareinson, Medora, last year's Macoupin County Fair winner and who will reign a* Miss Illinois County Fair at the state fair in August; Miss Carlinville, Eleanor Scheldt. Back row, from left, Miss Virden, Dee Ann Kelly; Miss Southwestern, Carol Duncan; Miss Girard, Linda Donna,—-Jerry Roth Photo. ', 8, UII- ! rt T hag i£: Top Winners at l» AH * r !I1» ' N Macoupin Fair Delegation i Children Get Gpes to 4-H Camp r — treatment at Pat Kauerauf, 14. and Jane Mahlam, 15, song and dance novelty: second, The Leyerettes of Girard including Vicky Whitler, Sandy Hagler, Betsy Cherry. Sherry McGown, Janice CARLINVILLE -Thc following 4-H boj's and girls will attend 4-H Camp at Jacksonville! this week starting today: Liiuia Baker. Sandra Bates, Dee livestock at ttif Macoupin" d)unty | A|U1 Borman. Carolyn Dwyer, Kay Senior Division: first place. 1 CARLINVILLE - Judging of Fair which ended Sunday at the! Gwill '»>' Pam fairgj'ounds north of Carlinville. I Mc " Kathy Miehcr, JoAnn ,has been completed. Additional ! Pressler. Janet Workman, all of (grand champions and reserve I Carlinville: Mary Bedinghaus, Pa- grand cliampions were announced Heggy and Jat Kuhar, song: at the close of the judging in the, third, Margie Reid, 14, and (various departments. tricia Bedjnghaus, Diana Bettis, Sharon Londergan, Girard; JoAnn Bowman, Dearma Paluska, both of Mary' Reid, 16, Carlinville' song! In the open class in beef cattle i Modesto; Mary AnnConners, Ship. . . ., AH *'«L.~ r»n~..,: H ~ ...:«...*«_ -,.»_:..«»! *u~ man: Bonnie Cox. Ejllzabetn JViuel* the following winners received the Donna Hardin, and 1 honors: Grand champion over all ler breeds-bull. Hereford. R. A. Hen- i Lynda Hoecker, Nilwood. 11*1 H ft tilll fa I miuapiuu MISS MACOUPIN Artie Fassero, 18, who entered the Miss Macoupin County Fair contest at Carlinville Saturday as Miss Gillespie, was chosen the winner.—Staff Photo. JERSEYVILLE-Lindlay Weller, 11, was brought to Jersey Community Hospital by his! mother, Mrs. Thelma Weller, at 1:30 p.m. Friday for treatment, j Dovers Purchase |chased the home 'of Mr. and | Mrs. Howard S. Little, 1130 Beau- imont Ave. HomeFromReads 1 TlK • owned by Mr. and Mrs. Delbert The boy fell in the middle of , , , ,ir Hamilton 1217 „ ___ A _ _ ... „ ______ _, _____ . Last week's sales announced- Hamilton, 3/17 the street in front of the C. & W. Equipment Co. on South State 'street in Jerseyville and incurred a laceration of the and dance: fourth, Albert Wayne LaRosa, 14, Wllsonville, tap dance; fifth, Marilyn West. 14. Gillespie, jumping rope and'ke and son. More; no reserve - - • i *«,«,*„„„,* and tap i champion was elected: grand! Stephen Beasley, Michael Boston, j treatment. As a result of the contest .i champion cow. Angus, belonging] Greg Hudson. David Klaus, Deani Miss Charlotte Miss Kauerauf and Miss Man-i to Marvin Tuetkin, Jerseyville, noj Klaus ' Jam es Kessmger, Roy today by the Harry F. Hemphill; Ave - was sold to Mr- and Mrs. real estate agency include "the five-room home of Mr. and Mrs. i right knee which required su- Robert G. Read Sr., 3124 Haw- Rodney Arnett. Gary Bates,! tares. He was dismissed after i thorne Blvd., to Mr. and Mrs. 18, daugh- Mrs. C. E. Cox lam will be given an audition on the Ted Mack national television show. Judges were Mrsi-Gewy Usher, Bunker Hill; Delmar Vkv reserve champion; grand champion steer, Angus, also Tuetkin, reserve champion. Shorthorn entered by Richard Stayton of Car* linville. tman. Dennis Walton, Jacky «* Kane, and her sister, Joyce Wheeler, and David Woods, alt of Carlinville; Dennis Armour, At- Tewy Mills, Ship'man; Ronald Palett, Springfield, and John RUB- junto- S hvw in beef cattle: i luster and Joe Ruff, Jijodesta sell. Carlinvilie. Robert Miller j gram j eliampion over all breeds- i T^ 6 counselors accompanying served as master of ceremon-jbull,, Angus, Joe Rezniek, Het-) me group tor the week are: ies. The contest this year was: t j ck . reserve champion, Hereford, " A four-family, brick apartment building, part of the John Lam. gatrmj mm ~~j -.'jfcl*"'* 1 '*"*"' "''"^M wj*» ouuucu. pert >€state, 435*437 E. 8th §t., >:30 - a.m. - Bs«H»y> and--«ia|ig nd -sustained abj-asions of the!owned by Mr. and Mrs."Ansbn Cox, 15, were treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at conducted by Mrs. Robert Miller and Mrs. Denby R. Boring. Carlinville. Beatty, Waverly; grand cow, Angus, Marvin ' Tuetkin, Jerseyville; reserve champion cow, Angus, Sharon Vada Cohee, Assistant Home Adviser; Janet Gridmik, Darlene Fricke, James M. Duies, the latter assistant farm adviser. leased. The former was driving a car in Kane and in turning to go around' a corner, struck a parked car. She sustained multiple contusions and abrasions. Her sister, Joyce, riding with her, had a cut on jthe forehead. William K. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Blufford Hafford, 2617 Walnut Ave., sold their six- room home to Mr. and Mrs. Day- jchenn Billings. The Hafford's Roberson pur-i bou 8 ht <•-« home of Mr - and Mrs p George Pilcher, 18 Shordell St., with a ball while playing at Godfrey. Richard J. Dover. home at 2:30 p.m. Thursday. He received a laceration of tlife which was sutured. left eye. Following treatment ! A. Lampert, Theodsia Lampert, she was dismissed. •and Dr. and Mrs. John H. Wed- Vincent Porton of Alton. fe)l;ig, was sold to Mr. and Mrs. from a hay wagon at the Ver-j Charles C. Lambrich. non Sears home at 5:30 p.m. I The home of Mr. and Mrs. Thursday and injured his right!Jack Biondolino, 420 E. Penning wrist. He was taken to the J Ave., was sold to Mr. and Mrs. i Jersey Community Hospital for! Paul P. Mikulin. Buys Stock of St. Ann Store \PocWnglon. Butler; grand cham-!Carlinville. ,pion steer. Angus, Marvin Tuel-j j n judging of junior class steer, Shorthorn, Richard Stayton. Mr. and Mrs. James Powers of I* 3 .!" »™ ei ?:JL d « U f. h !!^ °!!X-ray examination but no frac-j tures were revealed. He was treated and released. ;kln, Jerseyville; reserve champion j sheep, the following winners were aration for a sale at Thrift I announced: Grand champion over Thursday &•- breeds, ram, Roy Robinson, Girard; lamb, Kendall Cole, Pal- Thrift Hardware & Supply Co.. 500 Belle St., bought out the $100,000 inventory of St. Ann Hardware & Lumber Co., 10213 St. Charles Rook Road, St. Ann, Mo., and will sell the goods from its Alton store. The St. Ann store is one oi the largest of its type in, St. Louis County and has been there for 12 years. Marvin Yawitz, president of Thrift and of St. Ann's, has been owner of the St. Ann store for three years. He now will devote full time to the Alton store. At present the merchandise from St. Ann store is being transported to Alton, in prep- Thrift will be closed Thurs- when the sale begins. The Thrift employes are now repricing more than 20,000 items in preparation for the sale, Yawitz said. i Jersey villa, was treated at the in Jersey Community Hospital at 8:15 p.m. Thursday. She was running at the home of her grandmother, and fell injuring her left knee. The wound was myra; reserve champion over all Carlinville; ewe, Lehmann Bros., breeds, ram, James Launer, Modesto; ewe, Launer, Modesto; ilamb, Kendall Cole, Palmyra. Yawitz has owned and oper i The grand champion ewe in the sutured. Gary Weller, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weller of Jerseyville, was bit in the bead 36 YEARS AS AGENT Madiaon County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO. STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 ated Thrift Hardware in Alton for the past eight years. He resides in St. Louis County. Ed Foss of Alton manages the Belle street store. Expert WATCH Repairs/ HARRINGTON JEWELRY liiiAve., Bust Alton J open class was entered by William McClelland of Greenfield, j and the reserve grand eliampion was shown by Lehman Bros, of Girard. HEITZ OPTICAL Fun Ui th« Sun! Oamet, LoUoni, Picnic Supplies. ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CLMM» flQMwqjxl Helsbt* fa METROPOLITAN BLDG. 307 HENRY ST. Stop in, we will be happy to serve all your optical needs at our new location. CHARUS J. HilTI * EDWARD F. FARKIS, Jr. MEAT ITEMS SOLD AS ADVERTISED Meet Oood Thru Wed. Nite, Mv 27.19*0 Hlqhf to Limit Reserved Kroger Quality. Mad* fresh hourly Ground Beef Hunfar POLISH SAUSAGE Mayrose SLICED BACON Country Club .SLICED BACON Stort Hours f «.m. to S o.m Friday t to 9 50 Extra Top Value Stamps packed in box. REGULAR OR LEMON CUSTARD Angel Food Cakes Sealrett—Delicious with freien Strawberries er Angel Food Coke loeCroam, , , 1 / 2 |al, 69c U. S, No. 1—Sou* Coroilno, 2'/4" up Juicy Ripe /I /I Ac Peaches 4 "49 Fine, Drip er Regular. 5c Off Label Kroger Coffee. 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