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FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfc THHKfc List 4*H Winners At County Fair HIGHLAND — Members of the meier. Clover l*af: Gary Staley, Agricultural 4-H clubs of Madison Good Producers county held their annual show Purebred gilt. Beverly Ann Tuesday, the first day of the Bernhard. Fosterburg: Lee Bol- county fair, at Lindendale Park linger. Clover Leaf; Kent Mess- here, mer. Marine: Dennis Ahrens. De Grand and reserve champion- Camp Miners: Glenn Gindler, ships were awarded as follows: "Troy Acme: Delroy Grotefendt, Dairy calf. Myron Schaake, Mari " p ' Pau ' RlnkelDC1 °r er ^f af: Bcth,-,lto; Maureen Hit/, Grant * B - V l*roy. Grant Prairie: Gary ! Staley. Good Producers. Vernon Hit*, David Nagel, Dairy heifer, Grunt Prairie: Grant Prairie. Dairy cow, Edward Schmis- seur. Troy Acme; Charles Kan- niiiK. Bethiilto. Baby beef. Gary Bardelmeier. Marine; Robert Oilman, Silver Creek. Jr. Beef heifer calf, Dennis Boger. Quad City Sunrise: Kivin Mueller. Quad City Sunrise. Beef heifer. Knrcn Bardelmni- er, Pin Oak; Glenn Gindler. Troy Acme. Beef cow and calf. Erviri Mueller, Quad City Sunrise; Jim Mueller. Quad City Sunrise. Market barrow. Dennis Bardelmeier, Clover Lfiif; Gar> Good Producers Pen of barrows. Gary Staley. Good Producers; Kileen Gindler, Tray Acme. Purebred Kilt. Ray I,eruy. Grant Prairie; dlenn Gindler, Troy Acme. Purebred swine herd, Gary Staley, Good Producers; Glenn Gindler, Troy Acme. Kwe lambs, Diane Kaufman, Silver Creek. Jr.; Martin Barnes. Grant Prairie. Staley. Purebred swine herd — Glenn Gindler. Troy Acme; Delroy Grotefendt, Marine: Lee Bollinger, Clover Leaf: Paul Rlnkel. Clover Leaf; Gary Staley, Good Producers. Rwe lambs, Diane Kaufman, Silver Creek; Martin Barnes, Grant Prairie. Pen of breeding lambs, Martin Barnes. Grant Prairie Poultry. Kenneth Plegge. Bethalto: Dennis Litteken, Good Producers. Ducks. Dennis Litteken. Good Producers: I^arry Stahlhut, Quercus Grove; Ronald Sehrumpf. Grant Prairie. Turkeys. Lois Caulkins. Fosterburg: Delores Calhorall. Fos- lernurir. Guineas. Kicth Rinderer, Good Producers. Rabbits. Leonard Suess. Marine: Orville Isken. Bethalto: Richard Rinkel, Clover Leaf. Raymond Carter. Quercus Grove; Ronnie Bemhardt. Omphghent; Billy Gusewelle. Omphghent; Ray Leroy, Grant Prairie. Hardin Firemen Attend *SehooP Hospital Notes w. i HARDIN — Chief W. Erkert of thr University of Illinois ; firpmenship training school con- rluc'ert the second of a two. lesson course in fire fightitiK for the volunleei firemen of thejM| S . Hardin Fire Protection District Tuesday night at Hnrdln Fire- houes. The men had pradlce sessions of huse drill and the u«f R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Mrs. Hazel Helmkamp. 907 Acton. Paul K. Morgan. 410 Whitelaw F;HS| Alton. Rights Group Takes Interest in Parks E. Mrs. Laura Roderick, fill Third Richard Johnson. Dorsey. DISMISSALS Shiiley Spann Hartford DISMISSALS Gerhard Kuncar. 312 Dry. Alton Commission on Human Mrs. Agnes Cafes. 3207 Hillcrest, RelBtions Thursday night directed its public accommodations committee members to discuss with members of the Alton Park Commission plans for park development in Alton. Frank Voznk. Mrs Glenna DrahJ, Kast Alton. Mrs. Dottic GiMer. Roxan^. Mrs. Joyce Hanner. p;ast Alton. CIctus ilardwick. 135 Maurice. Mrs Kvelyn Katiffold. 101 D(K)ley I William' Patterson. Cottage Hills Mo. Mrs Shirley Satterlee. Cottage John Schaefer. Ferguson. Hills. ' Mrs. Betty Shell. Ro.xann. Joseph K. Alexander. 311 Lam-.VIrs. C'laurlette Titc Kast Alton per). Alton. Jark Titsworth. Mast Alton. •Mrs of In? auxiliary pump, and wardsvinc f (inducted hose pressure tests. J IS ' HI * About ten firemen were in attendance at the meeting. It is hoped that otber courses can be arranged in the future, nc- eordinK to Raphael Behrens, chief of the Hardin File Pro- lection District. Arizona Visitors HARDIN - Mr. ( Jim Hunt and sons. Mrs. Anna Wyman, 1901 Swift. Ruth Sparks. Rt. 2, Kd- Miss Angela Woods. 91fi Ninth Strader. Kdwards-iMrs Patsy Vinyard. Kast Alton ville Mrs. Mary Paris. Rt. I, Godfrey S. Roxana. 322 Orchard ALTON MEMORIAL Leslie Lawrence. Mrs. Krtna Vancil Mrs. Kvelvn Green. Rt. 1. Mon ST. ANTHONY'S MKDIC'AL Mrs. Frances Grimes. i!Xtl3 North St. Mis Forrest Collins, lfi'J9 i Greenwood. A MrsV' uhn Buttry. KM Olmsteud. _ "'Mrs. Dorothy Rice. 719 Leonard Asa Cope. Kane Dennis, i Mrs Ca|)()| p r j tchet , 435 Wood Lucien Stearns. Wood River. Gerald Loy, 2345 MEDICAL Tamara Sauls. Cottage Hills. Gerald Otilson. Rt. 1. Alton. John Stirnaman, 511 Penning. Wood River. Hurry McMichael. 101 K. Haller, Kast Alton. srtUilCAL '«ho attended Central High School Mrs. Katrinka Crowder. Bethalto in Little Rock during its first year committee chairman, said hi* group would arrange a meeting with the park group before the next meeting ol the human .relations body. Miss Mary Ymvell. chairman of the youth committee, reported the youth-in-business day plans of the Alton Youth Conference are progressing. Several business concerns in Alton have expressed ftv terest in the program, she said. The youth group will meet Aug. 10 with several Negro students SCENE Ol CRASH Wreckage of h e II c o p t e r which crashed in a Chicago suburban cemetery while flying passengers between Midway and O'Hare International Airport* lies smouldering among tomb- stones. All 13 persons aboard were killed. It is believed to be the worst helicopter crash on record. (NBA Photo) RiiiKhausen of Jersey. Voters Being Registered in Greene County (larrolllon (llass To Have Pit-ilk- CARROLLTON Mr. and Mix Robert Price and Mr. and (iarden Vi>K«'lalilm {"VpPIIA Prtimtv ' Ml> ' Ka ''' llourncy wi " entp| 'Garden vegelabk". Jane Rtn- vrr""IlC LiOUIllV lain members of the 50-.VI .'lass kel. Quercus Grove; Judy Ann " f f "''' sl Baptist Chinch ai a Pen of breeding lambs, Martin Hinkel. Quercus Grove; Glenn CARROLLTON Ray Ben- ,,(<.„),. SU)|I)P ,. SuncUu evening at Barnes. Grant Prairie. Gindler. Troy Acme: James llP "- : Greene county clerk, is , np Prif . e homp a , 6 Poultry, Kenneth Plegpe. Beth- Becherer. Troy Acme: Philip As- asking all pf-r-on- regiMei-Md in alto, Dennis Litteken, Good Pro- ti-Hiiskns. Troy Acme; Sonny Greene county who have moved duccrs. Auslrauskas. Troy Acme: Kileen or had an RFD add i ess lo notify Rabbits, Omlle Isken, Bethal- cindler, Troy Acme; Karl Noll, his office in oider thai they Leonard Suess. Marine. Marine; Marv Alice Arthur. he cert i fie. <nnt volf'i's ist ration. Oclonei 11. 1960 i' the IBM flay to register for the Nov. 8 1960 election. Any person who will have reached the age of 1:1 I%0, any person to; Leonard Suess Garden Vegetable*. J an e Weiss. Banner; Bob Grod/icki. Troy alf . of ,, Good Producers; Larry Kinder- Acme; Beverly Ann Bernhard. er, Good Producers. Kosterburg: Leroy Lentz, Quer- Home grounds improvement. ,. us c.r-ove; Bobby Paul, Foster- Delores Calhorall, Fosterburg; burg; Delores Cathorall, Foster- Shirley Flath, Troy Acme. bllrg; ]MI * Caulkins, Fosterburg: Klectricily, Glenn Gindler, Bobby Knecht. Clover Leaf: Jane b( ' fr "° Nov ' Troy Acme; Joe Wisnasky, Lib- Weiss. Good Producers; Larry who lias niovp d ' nl ° Greene erty Prairie. Rinderer, Good Producers; Carol county and has resided in the Judges were J. L. Albright. Kayp Rutz. Good Producers: Dav- >taie one year, the county !)0 University of Illinois, dairy cat- id Hans. Omphghent: Evelyn days and in the precinct 3f> tie: Terry Gn-athouse, Universi- Henderson. Grant Prairie. day.- before lhe date of ihe next ty of Illinois, beef cattle, hogs Commercial garden, Phyllis election, must register by the and sheep: George Walker, St. Pau |, Fosterburg; Dennis Litte- O ct 11 date wirH^V? 1 "^ P J ?, H " ke " G00d Producers ' Anv woman who has marri.d Wunderhch. Si. Louis, Poultry; Small Fruits. Bob Rinkel, Quer- A. M. Gibson, Edwardsville. rab- f . us Grove; Henry Lent/, Quer- bits. and Ottis Brown. Kirkwood, cus Grove Sr. 4-H Club horse show. Potatoes, Bobby Paul, Foster- Others assisting with the show DU rg; Phyllis Paul. Fosterburg; were the assistant farm adviser j an e Weiss, Good Producers; p.m. Gamble Store lo Open CARROLLTON - The store building housing the Hansen Kleclric Co. and owned by A. leased to Teddy 'ville. Club Committee HARDIN — Membt-is of the program committee of the Hardin Woman's Club met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Paul R. Durr, club president. to make plans for the new club year which will start in September. Attending the meeting COTTAGK HILLS -Canoe and WP1(? M r! .. Pf, u | Aderton, Mrs. conservation badses we'-? William Stone Mrs. E. C. Baker earned recently by 11 members and Mrs. Henry Shaw, of Explorer Post 103 when the Terry and Kenny, left Hardin River Ave Thursday morning for their Mrs. Gladys home in Glendale. Ariz. The > Anrlrew Klaffer. 2805 North. had been guests in the home ol Mrs j- Je || H Lanhani. 1221 Cen- Mrs. Hunt's grandparents, Dr. tral. and Mrs. F.. L. Sidwell. and had M". Rosemaary (iildersleeve, , , . . . Kdwardsville. visited with other relatives in 1 er JOSEPH'S this area. Other guests in- the MKDIC'AL Sidwell home have been their Nicholas Horyn. IfiOl Jocsting ernndchildren, Judy. Terry and Mis. Klla Swain. 1017 Ninth. .'cllcrv Johnson Mrs. MR Chase. Cottage Hills. Madison. State. Kast Alton. Thomas Price. Cottage Hills Scouts Make Canoe Trip 13 Nevada. 3303 Hillcrect. Strahnn. Rt. 4, God a 7-day. group returned from 50-mile canoe trip. Leaving on July 11 from Region 7 canoe base. Boulder J. Hansen has been Howard Covey who will open junction. Wis.. the scouts trav- a Gamble store there in the elled more than 50 miles hv Redecorate Church HARDIN -- With the completion of installing a new floor jedecoration of St. Norbert's Church has been finished. The Mrs. Jean frey. Mrs. Sarah Kitsch. Hartford. Ted Miller. 743 George. \v™l ^rn^n River. Mrs. Marine Schut/. 448 Sixth Wood River. New Bethalto WaterProcessing Plant Operating JERSEY COMMUNITY I MKDICAL I Richard Harris. Golden Kagle. j.Tohn N'arup Brussels. Mrs. George Daniels. Kane. jMannie Stiles. Fieldon. Mrs. Wesley Lewis. Jerseyville. 1 Barbara \Vadlow. Jerseyville. DISMISSALS •Mrs. Robert Brinkman. Jerseyville Lewis McKlrath. Jerseville. Miss Kvelyn Klmore. Godfrey. Dennis Depper, Jerseyville. Mrs. Donald Kallal. Jerseyville. Donaldson, Jerseyville. Jennings. Slreator. Paul Lacy, Fieldon. of integration two years ago, Miss Yowell said. Members of the commission discussed by-laws for the youth conference, but deferred final action on adoption until next month. The United States bought more goods from Turkey, and sold her more, in the 1960 first quarter, than did any other country, Ankara reports. Hill since registering must register. P,«,rf r i.r Plead, 6ullt> CARF<OLLTON- Lawrence Settles pleaded guilty to a charge of child abandonment July 27 be early fall. The building is undergoing redecoration which will include the building of a loom 30 feel long on the rear of the building and the modernizing of lhe .store from. Hansen plans to continue lo operate his business from his home for the present. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Donna Vorhics returned home Sundav BETHALTO—Iron removal and water softener plants for the pews were moved back into the Village of Bethalto went into op- church this week from the. eralion Thursday if was reported by Charles Bernhard, plant operator. Discoloration is expected to appear in water supplied to the Bethalto area within several days, women of B pmhard said. He added that the Richard Price preceded the the parish Thursday. " soft water wi || loosen neavy jron boys to the camp by several Chicago Victors particles deposited in the water HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ing and family, and a friend. Miss Lavina Heinlein. all canoe into Michigan and hai k to the base camp. On the trip.»iu"'-pun>ose '' oom of the P ar °the group completed conserve- chial school where Sunday serv- tion work as part of their points ices were held for three weeks, for badges earned on the jour- The pews were waxed and the leader, froln Nw Yol ' k w ^re she had day. been visiting her cousins. Mi- and mil* days for an advance trainins program required for leaders ol the canoe trip. Accompanied by Reuben McCain, post ' the bovs returned Thurs- of Chicago, were guests of Mr. in charge of 4-H club work. Lou- De nnis Rapp, Quad City Sunrise. fo ,. e Countv JudgP Ja ,. k ; ifeW . is A. Bower, rarm Adviser Tru- Gardemnc Indoors. Carol Eil- ,-..., : „.„,„„„< . «n _\ mains during past years. A spokesman tor the State Board of Health said the soft water will apparently have a different taste but will be safe to drink. Water samples from the plant system were sent to the ; Mrs. Ben K. Early. Heeren. Harold Watkins. Dan;from Thursday through Mon-; heallh departnlen1 , or cmo rina- 1 Mrs. Harry Freeh and son lelt Ivanuek. Jack Gresham. Terry:day. Mrs. Ing and Mrs. Sevier, t i 0 n and hardness tests. Thursdav for their home in Ingle- Anderson. Lindall Newell, Roy:are sisters. The Bethalto Water Board Scouts who made water trip were: the 50; and David Mrs. Mrs. Lee Gerald Sevier Wilson and of Hamburg Gardening Indoors, Carol Eil man W. May. Assistant Farm Pnif r,ood Producers. Adviser Eugene P. Aylward; and Honey, Philip Engelke, Ridge high school agricultural ins-true- prairie tors, Roscoe D. Kilei. Highland. u omo grounds improvement, and Delmar Lsuinius. Triad, and Shirley Flath, Troy Acme; Con- Arthur Trampc. Marine; Harold ,,j r Rjehter. Troy Acme. Utrcn/. Settles was ordered to pay weekly for the support of minor children. Milner Pharmacy CARROLLTON — The grand opening of the Milner Pharmacy Balsters. Be.h.-.lto: George Kin- Kolm, Marine; Robert Prott. Ma- is h( '' n£: hr ' ld loda >' and , kel, Kdwardsville; \\arren Thur- nn( . : Sandra Widicus. Banner: TllP l) "- >i ""' ss wfts recently nau. St. Jacob, members of the yiaiy Hamilton. Fosterburg; county agricultural I-H club com- Phyllis Paul. Fosierburg: Delores •*'''''•"• Sln(11 ' lhl ' P ll| Cathorall. Fosierburg: Lois Caul- were given in |<j nSi Fosterburg. follows Jerry Oliver. Robert' and Eldon and Rich- ard Handicraft Display Handicraft. C'arol Huston, Troy Acme; Shirley Flath, Troy Acme: Robert Prott. Marine; Loren/ Kolm. Marine; Bobby Bacon. Marine; Gary Strohmeier. Marine; ins of a tile floor. Parent* of Son CARROLLTON — Mr-. Mrs. Bob Brannan are bought by Robert Milncr from Homer of th "'I- *• < ••• • •• - .-••' v.v/..* ;*fi\uis faoi. rosierourg; ueiores ' mittee Class A awards the various classes Dairy calf, Sanfoid Autery, Sliver Creek. Jr.: Myrori.Schuake. Bethalto: Charles Kanning, Bethalto: Hildegarde Kanning, Bethalto: Glenna Warnecke, Grant Prairie; Maureen Hit/, Giant Prairie; Kriwar-d Schmisseur, Troy Acme; Dianne Herliger. Silver Creek. Jr.; Jean Dauderman. Silver Creek, Sr.: Larry Klausing, De Camp Miner: Donald Paul, Fosterburg; Phyllis Paul, Fosterburg. Dairy heifer. Orville Holtman, Pin Oak; David Nagel, Grant Prairie: Vernon Hit/:, Grant Prairie; Kdward Schmisseur, Troy Acme; Carl Becker, Omph- ghent. Dairy cow, Charles Kanning, Bethalto; Kent Iberg, Grant Fo ^ es '»'- . Prairie; Edward Schmisseur, Acme: Gar >' Hertel. Omphghent: Bethalto: John Gihrmg. Bethalto. after a visit with Taylor Mrs. Freeh's sister. Mrs. John Boii-un Sr..and other relatives and friends. En route home they will Visit Lincoln's Tomb visit friends in Montgomery. Ala. COTTAGE HILLS Boys from Miss Elaine Rhoads went to Me- tne lo( . a) ( . uh S( . ou1 pH ck visite.i dora Thursdav to remain until , he Iom h O f Abraham Sunday with her grandmother.' on a 1,-jp to New Salem Park. Mrs. Irl Rhoads. Twenty cubs made the trip. Mrs. Ruby Vorhics. Miss Donna Accompanying the hoys were Vorhies. Mrs. John Grix/le and Larr.v Margraves, cuhmaster. husinr-ss the store building has daughter. Marsha, spent Wednes- \ir. and Mrs. La«-r-ence Moran, been undergoing redecoration. in- day in St. Louis where they were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Knight, eluding painting, the installing of. guests of Mrs. Edith Vorhies. MIS. George Mitchell. Mrs. new displa\ cabinets and the lay-1 Miss Robert Krause and Miss Frances Johnson. Charles Don- Church Picnic HARDIN — The annual picnic and homecoming of St. Barbara's Church in Batchtown is set for Sunday, and in addition to the chicken and beet Lincoln dinner and evening lunch, will feature a concert by the t'nit 40 High School band, and danc- asked area residents not to wash clothes in heavily discolored water. A letter from the board stated that rusty water may cause permanent damage to clothes and equipment. In the plant operation the iron and manganese is removed from the water during the first process. In a second process lhe water passes through ing to music of the Calhoun Xeolitc solteners where the wa- Blue Notes, Hardin dance band, ter is softened and then flows into the mains for distribution. ' Park HARDIN Riverfront Put in park, Shape Kampsville which was VISIT OUR DAIRY AND FOOD DRIVE-IN NORTH HUMBERT AT BELTLINE TAKE HOME 12-oz. SUNDAES \ an.. Choc., -Straw., Pineapple Sherbet GRADE "A" HOMOGENIZED MILK IN DURAGLASS GALLON JUG HOME GROWN TOMATOES . Ib. lOc Picnic Supplies — Meats — Groceries Sandra Busch. Banner; Raymond I'Bienis of a son Busch. Banner: Mary Alice Ar- da> morning at thur. Banner; Carol Grens. Ban- Hospital at Alton ner: Janie Cathorall, Bethalto; fir>t child of the horn Thur.s- St. Joseph's This is the couple. Mrs. Carol Faye Rutx. Good Produc- Brannan ers; Carol Eilers. Good Pro- Carmody. ducers: Roy Wiegand, Marine, Terry Xobrisl. Marine. Egg production, Delores Cathorall. Fosterburg! Wildlife conservation, Allen Flath, Troy Acme; Dale Cathorall. Bethalto; Gary Rutx, Good Mis nan Mrs. red. is lhe former Clara daughter of Mr. and i Janet Lyons of Jcrseyville arriv- ahue. Mr. and Mrs. John Zum- under water for several weeks, eel Thursday and arc guests wait. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dainms nas now been put into shape and ttnough the weekend of Miss V'icki and Mrs. Fred Richardson. for visitors. A number of in- the Wilson at the home of her parents. Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones who will be married Aug. 5 lo Kent Black, son of Mi. and Mrs. Kenneth Black of Carrollton, will be honoied al a bridal shower Sunday afternoon al the Col- Springs, Colo., onial Room ai Day's Cafe. Host- The ijjghthouse at Sandy Hook, esses will be Miss Bonnie Tur-'\ j was built in 1763 and is the pin, Miss Martha Geers and, o |dest in service in the western Miss Diane Journey. 'hemisphere. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milner. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Van Geison of Pawnee spent Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Anna Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hires ., ,. , . UlB and sons returned home Tuesdax Humid C8rmod>. and bran- fmm _ Manj|ou i. .he son of Mr. and ^ wff (hoy sppm R ^ Charles Brannan of Kid- ^^ ^ ^^ CARROLLTON - Miss Karen . terested r-esidents, with the help of four bulldozers, the fire truck and a dump truck, were used in the operation last Sunday. The grounds were completely cleaned, and picnic lables painted, ready for use. CUT FLOWERS Floral Arrangtmtnts | Member ! Florist's Telegraph ! Delivery Association LEU WILLIS, SK. LUO WILLIS, JK. Alton Floral Phone IK) 2-4111 HO 6-3617 Golden Nugget Buttermilk 16-o/.. Frnsled .Stein lOc LOGAN'S MORNING STAR DAIRY Since 1905 . Producers. Pakistan will spend $42 million on land development for its new Allen Flath. Troy ertel. Omph Gene Handshy, Quercus Grove. capital. Islamabad. Troy Acme- Jerry Paul Foster uene nanasn y- wuercus urove. Outdoor cooking, Jerry Reek- burg; Donald Paul, Fosterburg. Electricity, Darwin Bohnen- man. Silver Creek. Jr. iStiehl, Troy Acme; Glenn Gind- Entomology. Sandra Widicus, Swine Division le,., T,. oy Acme; Roger Koch, Banner. Market hog, Eileen Gindler,:Quercus Grove; Billy Gusewelle, Photography. Gary Hertel, Troy Acme; Dennis Bardelmei-1 Omphghent; Joe Wisnasky, Lib- Omphghent; Ruth Ann Franke, er, Clover Leaf; Gary Staley, j erty Prairie. Quercus " Grove; Nancy Eilers, Good Producers. ; Bird study, Janie Cathorall, Quercus Grove; Dennis Boger, Pen of barrows, Eileen Gind- i Bethalto. Quad City Sunrise; Kent Messier, Troy Acme; Dennis Bardel- Dog care, Kenneth Plegge, mer, Marine. END-OF-SEASON CLEARANCE! OPEN TON IT E! JUST A FEW LEFT Famous Tedders", AIR CONDITIONER Hmky $4 1H.P. Modil ' |LJ -*-. ALSO l'/i AND 2 H.P, MODUS AT RIDUCID NUCISI STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS •U.S. Government placed • 11% excite tax on all window type air-conditioner* vhlpwd by manufucfur- ert after December in, !•«» Fedder* shipped a limited quantity ol IMO Ltu- tree unlit before the deadline. WE FINANCE OUR OWN ACCOUNTS 900 C. BROADWAY No fUnlu or Fliuuce Coiupniile* to D*»l with Herts—Come in—Compare! EASY TERMS 110 DOWN f 10 PER MONTH X X X X X X Check the name and address on YOUR Voter's Certificate of Identification TODAY (PINK CARD) If it it not correct, notify MISS EULALIA HOTZ COUNTY CLERK IDWARDSVILLE, ILLINOIS Ntw cards will automatically bt Iwutd during August to all PROPCRLY rogisttrod vottrs. II you have not registered hereto/ore and will be eligible to vote November 8th* YOU MAY REGISTER ANY WEEKDAY WITH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING PERMANENT DEPUTY REGISTRARS: Alton—Lillian Swain, 2*00 Amolia Strait Godfrty—Ntva Ximmarmann, Town Hall fait Altan—Mlldrtd Halm, Vlltogo Hell Weed River—Mery Nape, W, R, Twe. Rallaf OMIct, Nrgyten Ava. ROXOBO—Fay Hubbord, 141 left Pint Straat Itrhalto—Marlon Kit In, 401 Control Ava. OR at the County Cltrk't Offlet Monday threv|h Prldey from f A.M. te S P. M. p Sptcial r«giitr«t!on ctntori will be t«t up from September lit through October lOih. *R«qu!r«mtntt «r« U. S. citinn, I year in Illineit prior to November I, I960, 90 d«yi in county, 30 d«yt in precinct, age 21 yeeri on or before November 8, I960, DRY LUMBER ONE BOARD TRUCKLOA LET US SUPPLY YOUR BUILDING MATERIALS No order Is too large or too small for our careful attention, We'll help you with building Ideas, too, and suggest ways for you to get more for your building dollar. So, If you are build- Ing, remodeling, or enjoying your woodworking hobby, tat us as soon as you start your plans. GINTER-WARDEIN CO. St HENRY ST. DIAL HO S-WS

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