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TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1960 4LTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGL Inquest Set Into Death Near Batchtown HARMN — Melvln Husman, 45. of Utchfteld. who with his family was varafinning in Cnl- hoiin County, was apparently electrocuted Sunday while nt- trmptintr to repair an elertrlc Ian nt his house trflller near Hatrhtown. With him at the time were his wife and 8-year- old daughter. Sunday was the first day of what was to have been a week's vacation. Hiisman was pronounced dead (it the offire of a Hardin phy- sirian. and the Vxxly was removed to the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, from where ft was taken to the Ross-Becker Funeral Home In Lltchfleld. An inquest into the death will be conducted Thursday evening by Culhoun County Coroner H. A. Immlng. On to Denver Grafton Chicken Fry Profits Arc $181 GRAFTON - Mrs. W. Smith, chairman of the chicken fry, sponsored by women of the Methodist Church at the annex Saturday, has announced the proceeds from the supper were $181.15. To Go To Japan GRAFTON — Mrs. Charles Women to Meet At Greenfield GREENFIELD — Members of the Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet at 2:30 p.m. Thursday In the home of Mrs. S. W. Thornton. Mrs. A. E. Kahl will be assisting hostess. Godfrey and two sons will leave! Mrs. 3. B. Thornton will be Aug. 3 for Chotosi, Japan, where she will join her husband, Charles Godfrey, who Is on a two year tour of duty with the armed forces. Mrs. Godfrey and sons will make the trip by plane. Revival Speaker GRAFTON - The Rev. Ralph Crotty of Bunker Hill will speak at the revival meeting at First Baptist Church from Monday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. daily. Orafton Notes GRAFTON — Mrs. R. Baxter, Mrs. C. Pelllkan, Mrs. Ward Kelley and Mrs. J. Bradfisch attended the District meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service at the Methodist Church HARU1N — Major and Mrs. | in Shipman Thursday. leader of the mission study on Africa and Mrs. John Euart will be leader of the devotional service. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masters entertained at a family dinner Sunday in observance of the 91st birthday of Mrs. Masters' aunt, Mrs. Emma Pierce of Carrollton. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Elon Pierce of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Curmitt, Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. George Shane, Rockbridge, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H* Parks. Ruth Ann Greer, Connie Wayham and Linda Reed are attending the Baptist Youth Camp at Lake Springfield this week. Thomas Bloomer and children, j Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pittengerj Mr. and Mrs. Amol Greer, Mr. who have been visiting relatives!and son, Carl, and Mr. and Mrs.'and Mrs. M. D. Roth and their in thin area, left today for Den-1 Eugene Slnten went to Green-1 guest. Miss Janice Marsh of Alver, where Major Bloomer will I field Sunday where they attend-j ton. Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Meng, enroll In a three-month course at Lowrv Air Force Base. At ed a birthday dinner at the homeland Mr. and Mrs. Gillr-r Strang. Farm Column Lack of Boron Shows Up in Alfalfa Field By TRtflHAfr W. WAV Comfy Farm Adviser Appearance of plant symptoms of a deficiency of manganese in a few fields of soybeans brings up the Question of the need for adding some of the so-called minor elements of fertility. Symptoms suggesting a lack of soil nutrients may show up occasionally, usually in small areas. !dniry cattle, hogs and sheep on i Wednesday and beef cattle ; Thursday. ] Vegetable growers attended !the rpcent field day saw some • promising new sweet corn varieties in thr test plot grown hy William Bmns and son Homer. Fertili/pr mixtures containing Golden Sensation is especially borax are available, such as promising, also Gold Tup. a very 0-10-30 B. the B indicating boron, parly variety. Victory Golden, Farmers are sometimes pres- n ot quite so new, continues to siir«>d to bnv minor element fer- perform well. Mrs. Kelsey, Brighton, Marks 88th Birthday or salesmen may claim Nen Bethalto Water Plants AlmostReadv * RF:THAITO - Iron removal water softener plants for supplied tn the Village of 'to are experted to be in operation (his week. Knginppri AttPnding WPPP Mrs. Kane Group at Church Camp BRIGHTON' — A party honoring Mrs. Ruth Kelsey on her 88th; birthday was given by Mrs. Kel-i KANT: — Young people of the sey's neighbors Sunday after- Baptist Church who went to noon at her home. ! Springfield Sunday to attend Lake A birthday cake was baked j Springfield Baptist Camp fdr a by Mrs. Eugene Kramer, unable iweek were Dennis Mourning, Bob to attend due to illness in her;(.> n drnen. Gene Todd, Craig family Some farmer* are wondering \^ ]ffnra AhrnhBm sajd Monr)av , Downs and that some of thr monor elements how the wet weather will affect j Wf)tpr snmp]flR from (hp plfin1 Mrs. Catherine Boker, Mrs. Lein regular fertilizers increase the red clover seed crop. The system were sr>nt to the State I ™y Schmoeller and daughter, their value. Obviously if oun,,voragr yield in In- state is IPSSJ^ artmpnt f)f p w „„,,,, ju nda . Mrs. Sam Cardinal. Miss Whilock. Douglas Downer. Tattia- r;i Pinto. Rebecca Brough, Bar- daughter, .Teanie,ib H1 -a and Linda Writer. Barbara Varhlr, Carol Guilander, Margaret Kruin. C'onnip King and June soils already contain plenty o than 3 bushels per acre. Crawford these plpmpnts the?'e is no nppd somtimes it runs as high as 5 or.^ serious. ,-hlonnaiionJAnn Blodget. Dick Blodget and Barrtnger Fnnef.1 but the condition is not often to add more. Their addition is 6 bushels. Higher yields seem tol* n « hardnf " H Abrnham **" 1 ^'^ "alteTFrarTof St" KANE-Fumral rites for certainly not worth while lor the,be more usual where there are' XV;lter supplies will he discol-:, ' . " ' "Mela Barringer were conducted ored when the iron free, soft: Sunday at the Church of Christ by 1f - t ,, Home From Trip th(1 Rev H L p otter pastor of *.'toi oid'raie oV'thumb Vthat;P tent lhrovl « h thp Bethalto *ys-! BRIGHTON - Sunday mark- ^ ^^ chun , h p ttllbearers •-a The minor el- immediate future and would be,many pollinating insects such as ' Cements include a very poor long-time invest- bees'to fertilize the clover flow- u ' ater sfarts to flow flom •ers boron, copper, mont. _.,. .„. ,.._ _ _., zinc, manganese, Sometimes the impression has the seed crop will bo good if the tem ' Abraham said. He added iron and molyb- been created that because minor denum. These elements arc essential to the average 25 seeds or more that the sofl water will loosen ed the homecoming of Mrs. Esther Nelson, mother of Mrs. Har- are all present health of in our soils in they must man and be added animals, were O. B. Guilander Sr., W. C. :O/.hun. Harry Grizzle, Henry lost in the heavy rains, some' to soils. ; farmers may be inclined to cut he mains. Water supplied to Bethalto tor two weeks with family, Mr. Charles Bowman of Greens- Turpening. Burial was in Oak I'!Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville. ample quantities Potash and phosphate nre also their red clover second crop for will pass through two plant P r °-1^'"o'ligh N*'c" l Mrs ^NelsonTvas• Kanp Note9 except manga-i just as essential, hut we do not'hay rather than seed. cesses. Abraham explained. °H a ccompanied by Mrs Bowman KANE — Elizabeth Cummings, Cantaloupe Crop i process removes iron and man-j^ hor nhiMnan r ^ 11nfc , D anH: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank local cantaloupe crop is; nese in rare cas- recommend their use on soils j es and boron.;which are already well supplied.! T. W. May which seems to be somewhat low When present in too large ani about two weeks | ate| . - and in many areas. nmount. minor elements can a j lnis year . c c Lo sc h, . , A lack of boron is most notice- actually act as poisons for both teau township mellon grower. ! ter is mixed with air to oxidize alfalfa and clover. Appli-i plants and animals. Getting back , ,. elx , rts he will have some ready ; the iron Present in the supply ., . .. ,„.,„ her children, Chuckle andi (lau K hler is; g a nese from the water and the; who , an to vjsU fer nvo ; Cu nitning.s, was brought to her , su .,second softens the water sup-! weeks al the home o£ the Rev home Sunday from Jersey Com-'-• In the first process the wa-| and Mn) Meckfessel i munity Hospital where she had able in Benettt Game ! been a patient the past week. BRIGHTON — The Missiles, j Mrs. Kenneth Campbell of Kane of Mr. ami Mrs. M. Cestfllo. i arranged a dinner at Virginia jnif" m Hiiuna <*"«j v.u-"-. • .-I-I-" • — •*-!—•-" ••- " i „.•._„ .. .„ ... .. . . BKllirllXJN — Ine Missiles ' ivirs. rveiiiieui v^aniuurn ui »»am, ,:a,ions of 30 to 50 pounds of jto manganese, It can, actually be for kel next , ek . There : ^hen the ,ron set.es ou^^ M rax per acre, usually JuM after:present in our older and mo,e should be plenty by the middle:" J^'on baseJhe water ^ f benefit!Jersev Community Unit High the end of this time, he expects Nancy and Mike Allen left Mon-|Country Club Monday night in cel- to go to Germany, where his day for Jacksonville where theyinbration of the 12th wedding anni- (amily wfll join him later. While!will spend a week camping with, versary of Mr and Mrs. Meng. I in Hardin, the family stayed at | the Western 4-H Club. , M) . s ' w R Wil , K of j e ff e rson| the home of Mrs. Bloomer's j Mrs. Myrtle Erwln left Friday i cjlv Mo V)S j tec j during the week-1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul for Cedar Lake, Ind., to attend i pnd ' wjth ' hpr parpn t Aderton. 'the wedding of her niece, Miss| Mrs c R K Argall Hardin Notes ! B< ^ E1 '*" , La " m , eyer . _ „ \ Mr. and Mrs. James Ford, Mrs HARDIN - Mr. «nd Mm.! Mi « s Vickl Ballc .v ° f Godfrey an alfalfa crop has been remov-jweather soils in largo enough. of August. pumped into pressure filters particles ed will correct the condition.!quantities to be toxic to crops.; Wj|h wh(?at harwst comple)ed ' where remaining » .L — Liming such soils usually reduc-; a|ld drjer soij {or taking sam .j'-»-e elimmated. 'es the available manganese ;p , es mme farmers are bringing | In the second process the wa- herpaents Mr . and • la boratory"tor ! tor P asses throu K h zeolite sof ' j testing Samples should be tak- i|tpners am * tnen ' s combined! i enough to eliminate toxic jditions. Safety Week This is National Farm Safety | tions to as sure representative 'Week. i tests. If you don't have direc- ball team, will play a benefit' Jersey Community game at Shipman July 31 against School. the Shipman women's team. The Mjs-S sherry Allen returned girls on the Red Hots team will > Monday from Carlinville where help round out the Brighton; she xvas a g^t fol . seve ral days of Miss Merry Trump. Jen carefully according to direc-i«»h a 20 per cent hard ™terj Proceeds from the event will, Mjss Beverly cumrnings resolution. Next it passes into a| b e " sed to finance the Shipman, tumed hon]e Sunday f^m Fieldon finished water basin and theniS irls> softball program. Mr«. ! Herbert Behrens of Alton wv'* visiting this tertained numbers of his fam-^ hr Grandparent ily at the couple's cabin at Deer! Mrs R - Baxter Plain in Calhoun County, Sunday afternoon at a barbecue dinner. Guests were Behrens 1 mother. Mrs. Carl Funk, and his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Behrens and children of Hardin. and his aunt, Mrs. Mary Mossman of Brussels.. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Aderton and daughter of Mt. Morris, guests of and Mrs. the home Mr. and 111., were weekend their parents, Mr. Leo Clendenny of Hamburg and Philip Aderton of Hardin. Michael Edward, infant son of County Clerk and Mrs. Orvillc Johnes of Hardin, who weighed four pounds and two ounces at birth on July 11 at Jersey Community Hospital, had gained enough to be brought home Saturday. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnes of Batchtown and Philip Carmody of East Hardin. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Knight entertained friends at a picnic;day night. Frank Ford, Mr. and Mrs. cis Hodapp and daughter ice. and the Tom Ford family, at-j DV tended the Ford - Hembrough -j years Raw-lings family reunion at As-j grim bury Church near Jacksonville j noon. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bauer of ThreateningTree "Fran- RRTPHTOV - A huee elm The purpose of National Faim'uons for" sampling, get "them : P um P ed into mains for distribu-! Last week's girls' games at vvjth i, cr grandparents, Mr. Jan- .pop « denizen of Brighton said'Safety Week, July 24-30, is to! at ^ {arrn adviser's office be-l tion to area residents. Both! Brighton were: Crickets and: Mrs , Roy Devening. i'ly at- hvrplipnts'to be more than 100 arouse interest and local parti-| fore you sta rt to collect youriP |anl Processes are housed in;Green Hornets, the Crickets win-; Wayne Still has returned to ny, -»i D y resiuenus to oe more uiaii um ._,..__ .,., . .._ ! . ,th n t .r,«-,« K,,n^;«™ T\.,,.i nr , fUninir,™ >n « Q «>ith Tin Rir>o anH . . „ . ,. ._,....=. jthe same building. During reaper to lift a hand to de- thc ancient tree j their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vir| gil Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Finice Calhoun Legion Meets Thursday HARDfN—Francis Pohlman, American Legion Post 685, and its auxiliary, of Brussels, wi» i cha'mpaTgn" "visited during the entertain the county councils, weeker)d w1th ^ s parents, Mr. and of both organizations Thursday: Mfs ^ Hettick. night at American Legion Hall; in Brussels. Representatives j of the Legion post and auxiliary) . , __ .. . . . . t ( wii u* UM.,7 v»»«.«-» w» •! -. •—•- « i UJiS BllllllliCJ. ?y i»ui i iv,*M«*-1 «-«» unit in Hardin plan to attend ^ ^^^ Mrg . V ince Mar-| thre ats of ice to come this wint- water is also old, succumbed to thejdpation in solving the farm ac-i samples . Monday after- cident Problem. j Inquiries about sources of Needless deaths and injuries| see d wnea t are coming in. Most, , t . ... . <..„„,: must be reduced if the farm,farmers want to get better seed! Construction on the plants j L e - Jamce Scheffel and She.ry ,'processes the i-hlorinafed. and home are to become a sal is started las, October. Shortage the Mrand Mrs . Ro bert Hettick of Rev and Mrs s w chain - saws. Before a handfu of spectators, the old em back ofj s Memorial Library splintered thunderously to the ground after at least a century of withstanding wind and ice. The tree, completely dead and without a trace of foliage, re-j of Illinois. specialist, University ties. It's time to be arranging the Project for I for your seed supply if you plan j Inclement weather conditions! I where she visited the past week and his 23 o 9 with Jill Rice and home" in Peoria after visiting the Terry Northcutt as the winning ))asl week with thc Rev . and battery ajid Mary Kay Schoeber-',, ., t p otter ! i -r - _ r» _i. _ **_i i CM : * * ' Witt of Peoria was a over the weekend of Mr. Irs. Paul Carlton. He was home by his wife the the children who visited at the Illinois Rural Safety Council jt 0 buy seed. ' estimates are all too accurate. The Southwestern Illinois Swine Here is what the Council pre- Hefd Improve ment Association diets for 1960: One of every 17 farm persons Estimated cost of construe-! Ule Iosing battery ' iSaturdav , after a week - s with summer . s hurricane, but will 48 farmers the session. Mrs. Miriam Held of Brussels, county president, will con-!' riiict the auxiliary meeting, dur-i i uir ttUAJliai v iiiceuiiK, uui- . . . j,.,,,. which officers will be elected; d ^ s P* nt se ^ eral , da f n Mrs. Bauer s "" tr ing for a one- ficers will council's October meeting. The Legion council, which had its| quess and family at Belle Glade, | er forced members of Brighton! la. Civic League to have it removed! Mrs. J. P. Bauer and son. Fred- this year. In compan; week | O id Bott and Newell Mr. j the League r r ..^ installed at the|»" Mm. John Meng ,n Gardner. ; ed,. Kan. day. A disabling injury wil some farm person every 109 Total cost of accidents to farm ill be over one million during the next 12 will hold a field day on August j^ onon the project was $166.000. 6 at the testing station at Mas- |coutah, starting at 2 p.m. This i field day gives hog an opportunity to see how improved hogs and Terry Mills ialso slowed construction on thej winnin 8 battery and project Abraham said JRecker and Nancy McAfee as) Mrs. H. F. Freeh, who underwent surgery at Alton Memorial Hospital, came home Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Donald DuRall and daughters, Dana and Debra, Janet Ewing, Fauvette Williams and Patsy Estes returned Saturday from Little Grassy Camp, Lebanon. The Rev. Paul DuRall Contractor for the work was thej Oregon Group at F. S. Crook Co. of St. Louis.; e ' The McGaughey Construction Meadowbrook Chlirrh Co. of Bethalto was contracted to connect the plant sewer linej MEADOWBROOK — The Peterson Evangelistic Party of Portland, Ore., presented a program selectee breeding bas-j-ith the Wood River sewer sys- testinc A lem - Connection was made at ** served as counselor. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Medendorf iby id) si released 1 9th str eet and Edwardsvillejat Meadowbrook Church of Godj shows thati road - Tne sevver wil1 carr .v off j recently it was reported by thei of Chicago spent the weekend 1 L R I with their son-in-law and daugh- months. Each farm resident's election at the last meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spencer and;the library and the home ofj share of ^^ amo unt is $40.16, !Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ray Spencer [Mrs. Annie Schmidt. Fred Weishaar of supper at their home north of Hardin Sunday. Hardin Troop Home f romCamp HARDIN - Boy Scouts of Brussels succeeds C. C. Gimbel of Kampsville as county commander. Bible School Closes At Fidelity Church FIDELITY — Daily vacation Sunday in Springfield, Mo. The! SHIPMAN — The Girls Auxil- Lewis Ray Spencer family return- j - iafy pf the Centei-ville Bap- plus 20 days lost time. These things will happen unless farm residents learn and obey farm safety rules. Enjoy farm life — practice » si aveS _ • letter made pub.ic by ed to their home in Kankakee j tjgt Church met at Beaver Dam Sunday night after spending a | Lake, with Linda Cromwell inj sa f e ty. week vacation here. (charge of the devotions on "Mis-j Sheep Book Robert Waltrip of Davenport, Isions Around the World." After; A new book Qf sheep eqll jp. la., visited during the weekend |the lesson and routine business| ment plans published by the Col- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Jthe girls and their leaders had aj lege of Agriculture, University R. Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer j wiener roast. feed efficiency improved considerably. Firemen Answer Two Fires, No Damage Alton firemen responded Monday to two fires, neither of which caused damage. of Illinois, is now available atj At 1:21 p.m., companies 2 and daily gains increased and (3) i the Bethalto Water Board, area a Bible-centered ministry through Sudan plans three major irri . Worden.e 'program feat ured ter. Mr. and Mrs. John Wehr.y Jr. --- and her mother, Mrs. Cora Perk-j The August meeting will be. cogt at tne farm adv js er ' s o ffl ce J.| mspe cted overheated brakes on ' Wanrip were Hardin Troop 86 returned Sat- progress the past two weeks at Bible School, which had been in I ' ^ of Mr y^ Mrs . G ale Wal held at the church. Present werej lt ^ sirnilar to y^ books issued tri urday from Camp Warren Levis, i the Baptist Church, closed Sun - ! c.,n dav where they had spent the week, day night with a short program] As the scoutmaster, Jaul Ader- and display of handiwork. Thej ton Jr., was not able to go with (kindergarten class, taught by! the scouts, several fathers and j Mrs. Harlan Cooksey and Miss tamtiy at Jacksonville, other adults assisted with the night supervision at the camp. Those who served in this capacity were Lonnie Simon, Joe Hurley, Ed Lawrence, Paul Lorsbach, Boh Beaty and Raphael Behrens. The troop received several awards while in camp, including a gold ribbon at Monday night's inspection, a red flag for an excellent camp site onei Carlinville Student day, and a blue flag for a! Shipman Scouts Visit Camp Pamela and Frances Olmstead, Linda Cromwell, Jacqueline Edsail, Shirley Pitman, Bertha Smith, Paula Matthews, Cherryl Alberts, Mary Lou Halliday, several months ago for beef cattle, dairy and swine equipment plans. This new book contains plans and materials lists for such items an Alton Box Board Co. truck at Broadway and Washington avenue. At 9:18 p.m., company 3 went to 233 E. Elm St. where brush, cleared for a commercial development, was afire. Kathryn Mogg, gave Scripture,; verses and sang a song, the pri-; mary class, taught by Mrs. j Keith Moore and assisted byj Miss Janice Cooksey, recited po-i SHIPMAN ems, juniors taught by Mrs. Dale!Scout troop spent the weekend Moore, presented a skit and the;at Camp Warren Levis. Mrs. Lloyd Bosomworth, Mrs.i as sheep feed i ot layouts, self- Marcus Snedeker and Adeline. jf eed ers, hay racks, lambing pens, Shipman Note« (corrals, loading chutes, dipping! SHIPMAN — Relatives have; vats ^j many others .sheep pro-i Bunker Hill Lodge received word that BT-C Ken- ;ducers are 'invited to stop at the neth and Mrs. Handley have been; 0 ff ice ^j i^ j t over moved to Long Beach, Calif. County Fair Handley will be aboard the USS This is fair week, with the Fechteler. Mrs. Handley is the; Madison County Fair at High- res idents were urged not to| se rmon and song, wash clothes if water supplies appeared discolored. The letter stated that rusty water may cause permanent damage to clothes and equipment. Residents were also urged to keep several days supply of drinking water available. A spokesman for the State Board of Health said that water will taste different but will be safe to drink. gation projects. Northern Ireland should be sufficiently independent of the British Treasury to be able to iix its own — a lower — income tax, a Belfast industrialist. Cyril Lord, is urging. This would attract new industries, he explains. Of 24ti horses imported by India from Australia for the Army, 26 died of heat stroke on a ship en route to Calcutta. devotions. Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet Tuesday, Aug. 2. , „ ,.. ~r—~ --—--, Officers of the Brighton Chaper ticipation. The adults who ac-| and gneralyn of Venice, were inj nua l county 4-H Club show. The!will nil the stations for the eve- companied the troop were: Snipman on Thursday. Terry I livestock judging schedule islning. Charles Skaggs, Charles John- junior high, taught by Miss Mar-! The local Comanche patrol re-, former Miss Marian Bosomworth. !j and running through Saturday, garet Rodell, had the closing ce ived an award for activity par-| Mrs Craig Dil iman and Keren, It opene d Tuesday, with the an- To Meet Aug. 2 BUNKER HILL - Bunker Hill Breitwiser returned home with; Married Couples! Stay Younger Longer Be full of pep at 40,50,60 Quit feeling weak, worn-oat, low in vitality. Try the tonio that hai given new vim, vigor to thousands of husbands, wive* over 40 -Ostrex Tonic Tablets. For weak, rundown, bausted feelings due to lack of iron and itaminBi- conditions you may call "old". In a finale day, Ostrex supplies as much iron W "'* * °* 4 Ib *' °* Uv ° r ** J8 Ibs eh i dose Vitamin B, for stUf further increase in P"v» m> rtren Bth, energy, steadier nerves. Try Ostrez today for a new, younger feeling. 3-day "get-acquainted" size only 69*. Or •et EoosMxny sixe, save $ 1 .67. All druggists. Considering Home Repairs or Improvements? • New Roof? • Kitchen Remodeled? • Add-A-Room? • Need a Garage? We Will Finance /( Installment Credit Dept. Dial CL 4-3817 ILLINOIS STATE BANK OF EAST ALTON ON SALE AT BROADWAY & MAIN - NOW - White Seedless GRAPES 2 1..,. 29c 29c Home Grown SWEET CORN Do/. «9«fC BROADWAY &MAIN Drive-in Produce Market Home Grown TOMATOES S Lb. basket Red New POTATOES 10 ;,', 33c superior camp site on another day. Larry Osterman was taken into the Order of the Arrow while at camp, and Randy Waggoner passed his beginner's At Landrace Meet (son, Elvis Dossett, and Calvin j them for a visit and came horne : (Davis. Jon Sunday. I Scouts attending were: Art; Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fenton and CARLINVILLE, HI. — George j Welsh, Dennis Skaggs, Gene j sons of Chesterfield visited with Woods, local ag student, re-|Randolph, Tom Shultz, Tomithe Wilbur Kahl family Sunday. turned Saturday from attending;Cravens, Darryl Pointer, To mi Nancy Ketring of Frrmington, Ten miles at the wheel are all vou need... */ swimmer's test. Leroy Beaty) a three-day National Landrace and Edward Bunt, Jerry Olde-iMo. is visiting her grandparents,: and Raphael Behrens brought the boys home on Saturday. Carlinville Man Recovers from Burns CARLINVILLE—Ezra Nobel, Conference in Springfield. nettle. Dick Lister, Paul Kahl,;Mr. and Mrs. H. R. French. Oth-! While (here Woods showed Paul Blaylock, Nickey Alberts, ; er Sunday guests were: Miss jsuine and won fifth place in Paul Thomae, Roy Simmermak- Carrie Waggoner of Alton and the barrow show and sixth wither, Glen Randall Travers and i Mrs. H. J. Wise of Bunker Hill, his gilt. He and his father, i Bill Jacobs. !~ ~ — _ Clarence Woods, won first place j Announce Birth | PfOti>Ct yOUfSOlf with the champion carcass. They; SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs.j receive $100 and a trophy. j Edward Purdy ol Oak Park are! against another 50, of Carlinville, who suffered! Sixteen states and Canada jthe parents of a daughter born third degree burns about his j were represented at the meet arms and body Saturday, is re-j Tne P r " e winning livestock ported somewhat improved at was sold at auction and 38 head averaged $238. The conference will be in Iowa next year. Denmark's most modern fishing St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, where he was removed from Carlinville Area Hospital Saturday. Nobel was using gasoline to clean a pit at the ware-]cutter has been launched at Kpr- liouse of Macoupin Service Co., where he is employed. A spark from an electric motor nearby ignited the gasoline. Keith Thaxton, also an em- ploye, helped to pull Nobel from the pit and suffered burns to his face and arms and he wasj treated at Carlinviile clinic. ser, on Zealand—a 150-ton $143,000 vessel. at St. Francis Hospital in Blue Island. She has been named Starla Renee. They have a son, Kev-j in, 2. Mrs. Purdy is the former Miss Marilyn Matlack. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Matlack are grandparents. Mrs. Hattie Deahl and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Matlack are great-grandparents. fOW JULY ONLY DRY GLEAMING SPECIAL BLANKETS 99 nee PICK-UP AND DELIVERY tOf I. Mwy. HO 14177 Don't pass the buck- GIVE YOUR BUCKS to the Party of your choice! DIG DOWN! Contribute DIG IN! Work for your Party .ndVOTE! Publuh»d *» a public tervic* in cooperation with Th* Adv*'ti*m| Council *nd tht N*wip»p*r AdvcMiting E«»cutiv*f A»toci*lion 'with on ONAN EMEKGINCY ELECTRIC PLANT Vow eon prcvtnt town and hordihip* by iml oiling an Onan EUctrit Plant • your home, tlorv, or factory. IntlaU tdlian U timpl* and int*p*nuvt. 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