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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FieldonManReappointed ASC Chairman in Jersey JERSEYVILL&-Lawrence F. 1 Morrison of Fleldon ha* bwn re-f'lwted chairman of th^ .I«r- 6c> County Agricultural Stabilization Commit Ifp for 1961. Othf>r ufflrpfs namffl for thf samp period are: Ralph Chanrt- let. V|CP chairman: Jack W. Rich, member: Raymond Montague, first altprnatp; nnd Har- Olri K. Downey, second alternate. , The 1961 community commlt- teemen were elected by mall during .lime and are listed by townships as follow*: Kl.sah Quarry ToxvmhlpR Wilbur O. Hcgraves, Thomas Bryant, William L. Flnkes. Glenn William* and Konest Duncan: ftngli<th-- Harold Downey. Urban Sinclair, Vincent HeltzlR, Maurice . Meuth, Anthony Krtiegpr: Fidelity — Earl Richey, F;idon Moore. Carl Arnold, Hohi-tl Young, F. Dflb"t-t lx>y: Jersey Ralph S. Downey. Roger I,. Brook 1 :. Ray Peari'e, Preston Randolph, Robert Kruger; Mis- Jersey OES V Guest Might Set Sept. 27 JERSKYVILLK Mrs. Albeit Schaakr worthy matron of the .lei.seyvllle Chapter Order of Eastern Star, has announced a number of coining Bfttvlljes lor the organic I ton. She haK chosen Kept. '21 for •TJ uc!> I Night" for the local , chapter. The annual picnic for members of the Eastern Star and their families ha> been set fur Aug. 24 al 6 p.m. The picnic will be held al Pere MarqufUe Park. Gue«t* at KdwurcU Hume .TERSEYVILLE Mrs. P. W. Edwards of De.s Moines, Iowa. ha.s returned to her home following a lew days visit with her brother-in-law and sister- in-law, .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards of Fieldon. Visit at Roelncr Hoinr JERSEYV1LLE —• Mr. and Mrs. Harold .J. Schinstack of ' Kinsley. Kan . have returned to their home following several days visit here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad R. Roemer. The men were in military service together and were stationed at Fort Brag, NT. C. tinned at Fort Bragg. N. C. JERSEYVILLE— The annual reunion party for all who attended the Ozai-ks camping trip \ sponsored by the .Jersey County Boys and Girls Club was ; held here Friday evening at the clubhouse. The group enjoyed swimming and camp movies were shown. Afterwards the young people remained at the clubhouse for music and dancing. Refreshments were served. F. H. Hurtmaiui Heads Olin's Ordill Plant i Vernon H. Hartmann has' been appointed manager of ; Olin Mathieson's Ordill Works at Marion. The announcement was made by George A. Sit-gcl- man. director of operations, explosives operations, energy division, who said that Hartmann's- appointment was effective at once. A native of St. Louis: and a mechanical and industrial engineering graduate of Washington University, Hartmann has> been associated with Olin Mathieson three years in var- • ious engineering capacities at the company's Niagara Falls, plant. Previously Hartmann had, been associated with National < Petro-Cheniical Co. He also had been with Monsanto Chemical Co. as an area engineer. Hartmann is the author ot several papers and has a patent i pending as co-author of "Hi Pressure Electrode Entry". He was in the United Slates Air Force for three years. Feamo. f.oul* H. Lock, Irwtn Davis. Martin F. Walsh, and .Tm-k Work. Otter Creek IX E. ("antreli. Ray Corny. Elmer Marshall. Estel Spangle, Loyal Stamp!*: rarritlltnit RIMr School MMM CARROLI.TON Vacation! Bible school at Providence Bap. Raymond Mont ague. August A. Peters, Geoige Willman. Harold W. SeheffH, Milan Grawi ; Richwnnd Paul Dev- enlng. Raymond Haushalter. Slfwml Anliae. Ernest HflK' J ti. W. f>. Ringhfliisen .Jr.: Rn-ednlr Robert Groppel, Marion I.e- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Walker and daughter of Carrol It on. Riit*rt«ln« Snp*rf»*ot« CARROLLTON Mi an I list Church closed with a pro-Mr* .John Price entertained gram Friday at 8 p.m. al the members of Greene County church presented by _'8 children Hoard of Supervisor- and I heir who attended the school, ofjwives at a -teak supper Thurs- wjiicli Mis^ Lucille DHwriy of I day evening n' their home. While Hull UH- superintendent. Price is chaliman of the board TcHchcrjr were Mr». Dunaliliof supervisors Thnxlon. Mis. Rupeit (Jeini-, ( arrollton Motet ^en. Mrs ()t ho Kin.-er. Mr*. CARROL1.TON Mi ami Deneeti Webei. Ru|ierl (ieini- Mi- Haiicis Coo mod anrl tarn- gcn. Howl Di.xon and Mrs. il> »l While Mall u-n rlimie, (ieoivje Wenci. uu''»ts W^dne-dH.v evening: ol and Ml-. 1'nul IJHUIII. Then (iaiy Coon i ml. lemameil al I»HMIII home IIM a \i-il. BlrthclH> l»nrl> ("AliHOLI.TO.N Mi HHI land Kale. HBII\ f> Hcnl\ .Iain Wai fold. tfftlteit 'l>aM^: I ('hailes Sanders, Tom R Leo Burns and Mo> i i- EMii - R. dei, Shannon u hose hiilhday was lh< Wi-dm-dav. «•»- ^ue-l of honoi Hai\e al :< lamil\ p»rl\ lhal f\eniny wcK |.. ai\fiiai his ho'me hv Mi- Shun- vi-it his noii.- In thr 4Miii|i u"ie Mr and law. Mi. Mis. LawicDce KII-ICI and dock Haddock leli IH.-I i TCMI- u IUM e he \\ill -on and dauxnlei -in- and Mis. Arlbui Hud- Mr and Mr- (Jeoigp Daniels entertained at a birthday rtim-r Krida> evening honoring Mis. DanieK <istei. Mrs Ralph Ijw- ell '>f Rockbi idi<c. Lovell and family wore also present, (iufsts Sunday of Mr. and Mr- Daniel- weir Mi. and Mrs KvreM Wii'Kand of Alton Mr- fii-mye Ficnch of Klm- huisl. Mis. Klla Cann of peo- liine and Mi-. Halite /\ndriso;i of Elmwood Park ai rived Fii- da\ and Hie KUeslv foi a week of Mi. and Mrs O. .1 Thiebaud. Mi and Mi- .lohn Olbeil and Ml- V\' !•.. Sliiiliv; of \\'nnd UiW'l ur-re i!U''~|« Slllldax "1 Maxoi and Mi- Richard 'Jillei Mi-. Strung icniailied anrl will siieud H few da\- heii and in (;i ei.niieid \ ixii injj idat i\ e- Mi. nml Mr- F'lHiik Thiclmuil iiiifl tumilv ul S' LOUIS, fiiimci- i\ (if this ai'-H led Hidn\ ha Bull*. < hibo C nmplaln A It hough steadily incie interest in polo i« bringing neeri-l aceoidmg \< erl cash to British polo dub-.; 1 '"' "''''" there IN a drawback It ha< be- i-orne cnmmon practice foi <oni" spr-ctalor^ to pocket bnll> thai are knocked into th< Hartfoid. Conn., uill make iheii bHiirl. who is an del \\nfif) eeni|\ I Lnui.- In v here lhe> home Thie- insl i uctoi on HHchine* lii| the I'll- Coi poration. \\ a' i <•. Hiist'M i (•() t rnm Si HHI I ford. | during play La«t year one club's 'hill rnni' to ovei $98(1 for extra! balls anrl normal replacements, i Lord Cow dray, who lie game's biggest i heiieiHrim He of'en acl.s as jiimpiie Hlid while doirifi so. rirlev o\ er in ask the return of crowds H hM " fil ( 'h''d h\ a spectator U'evi (jemiany produced a record ."i.lli^.Hllli (on* of rnidf oil in Ml5.i loir-- lot Western h.unipe CAIN if CHARGE if LAY-AWAY • JALOUSIES • (RON RAILINGS BLAIR HOME SUPPLY State & Belle (In Ihr Wedge) Phone* HO.VI9I3 or HO 2-42SI Worry el FALSE TEETH SHppinq or Irritating? Don't bf embe.rre.Med by IOOM f»l«« tf?th slipping dropping or wobbling when you e»l. t«lk or laugh. Ju§t sprinkle a little FASTF.ETH on your plnt.es Thin plfflimn' powder gives a rcnmrkable sense or added comfort and security by holding platet more flririiv No gummv. gooey. pa»ty taite or feeling It's nfkalln* (non-acid i. Get FASTfcETH at any drug counter. STAT FARM CUTS RATES IN ILL III out of 3 Illinois drivers may qualify for new savings! Find out how you stand. Call a State Farm agent today!* * •••• NEW RATING PLAN gives special break to careful drivers. Savings to present Illinois policyholders alone will total '2,750,000 in the next 12 months ! **************************************** Are you a careful driver? Do you want solid insurance for a remarkably low price? If you're already a State Farm policynolder, you're fortunate. If you're not, call the nearest State Farm agent today! * How can State Farm, already famous for' rock-bottom rates, offer even greater savings to so mqn^*** * * * *jft * * * you come under, chances are you'll still be paying less with State Farm than most folks pay elsewhere. That's what has made State Farm the world's largest auto insurer for 18 straight years ... that's why today we have nearly 6,000,000 policyholders, a figure no other such company in the world can touch! Look—a few examples of what policyholders in typical Illinois Cities will save with State Farm The answer is a NEW RATING SYSTEM. It results in pin-pointed, tailor-made rates. It's based on a new and detailed breakdown of 99 different driver-classifications to fit your circumstances exactly . . . your driving habits, where and when you drive your car, who else drives it, and what you use your car for. For example. If you drive for pleasure, you'll pay a lower rate than someone else who drives for business. If you drive less than 7500 miles a year, you'll do better than someone who drives more. On the other hand, if you have an unmarried son under 25 who drives, you'll naturally expect to pay a higher rate. * * * But, happily, whatever driver-classification * * ADDITIONAL * * NEW BENEFITS! Besides the new rating plan and the savings that many drivers will realize, State Farm now provides three new features: (1) The discount for 2-car families now applies to collision and comprehensive coverages too; (2) New lower premiums for Compact Cars; (3) Property Damage coverage now raised from $5,000 to $10,000 for only 50* added premium.* NOTE TO PRESENT POLICYHOLDERS: New rates u)lll be reflected In premium notices on which payment is due August 25th or after. Over 60% of you will realize new savings I DRIVING CHARACTMISTICS Tha car it driven for pleasure only and leu than 7500 miles a year. The car is driven to and from work 10 miles or lets each way. The family drivel lets than 7500 miles a year. The car is driven to and from work over 10 miles each way. The family drives over 7500 miles a year. The car is used primarily for business and is driven a total of over 12000 miles a year. ANNUAL IINIWA1 SAVINGS OVM MOST OTHH COMPANIIS KOIIA 29.80 31.60 37.30 33.00 ILOOMINGTON 19.40 21.20 24.30 20.60 SPIINGFKLD 14.60 16.40 19.10 14.40 IAST ST. IOUIS 55.30 54.30 68.60 63.80 RTITF 0J»AjLJLJjl CAPm STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBIU INSURANCE COMPANY • HOME OFFICE: BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS fnamplei or* bated on full covtrojt for a 1960 Ford Galon!*, 6 or 8 cylinder (Bodily Injury and Property Domgg* Liability, limll. ) 10,000, $20,000 and H 0,000, Medical •aymenli, llmlti iSOOj Comprehensive and $50 Deductible Collision Cov*ra0«>). No male driver under age 25. Savings comparisons based on Hie rale information available July 1,1960. HEAR AGAIN YOUR STATE FARM AGENTS IN THIS AREA Find out if you oen be helped by Sonotone'B latest way to hear betteriSaln, yet wear NOTHING IN 8ITIHB BAi- The iecret is out bone-conduction eyeglass models tov both men and women. •ONOTONB* OF ALTON 103 C*M»r«ld IU«, Hours I to ft (sJ«t. 9 to 1*> TflwhT* HOwwd >*4t1lM ftuuotooe eJ Aitoo, 1x4. 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