Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 19, 1963 · Page 15
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June 19, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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Section 2 Pages 15-26 EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Amusements Classified %tabllshed January 15, 1836, ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Jersey Fair to Offer $35,000 in Premiums JERSfiWlLLE — Over $35,000 in premiums are being offered this year at the Jersey County Fair according to James , L Coombes,, president of the organ ization. The lair premium books are now available and can be secure* at the Jersey County Farm Bureau office or the Jerseyville Motor Co. All those desiring exhibiting space or concession space at the fair should contact Coombes • at once as most of the space has already been spoken for. Hold ers of grandstand box seats in 1962 are also urged to specify whether they Want their box back for the 1963 'exposition immediately. Merchants and organizations who plan on having floats in the parade July 16 at 6 p.m. should notify the chairman of the division in which they will compete or contact the parade chairman, Ivan Heidersccid. HamelClub Told About Weir House HAMEL — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Spahn, representatives of the Madison County Historical Society, 'were guest speakers at the meeting of the Hamel Women's Club last week in the Community Building. A film on the Weir House, the proposed site of the Madison County Historical Museum, was shown. Mrs. Shirley Mulach, a member of the Women's Club, will be chairman in Hamel for the Society. Reports were given by the chairmen of committees. Julanne Hastings and Lucille Martin were appointed to investigate the possibility of purchasing playground equipment for the park. The next regular meeting will be held at 8 p.m., Sept. 16. Prisoner Charged With Cattle Theft CARLINVILLE - David Graves, presently a prisoner in Menard penitentiary, was charged today with the Jan. 12, theft of seven head of Black Angus cattle, In an information filed Tuesday in Macoupin County Circuit Court by State's Attorney Paul C. Verticchio. The information charges that cattle were stolen from W. D. Hilton of near Litchfield and were worth J700 each. Graves is slated to be brought to Carlinville on June 24 for arraignment on the charge before Judge Samuel 0. Smith. Rains Ruin Alfalfa in Jersey Area JERSEYVILLE — Several Jersey County Farmers have reported the loss of much of their first cutting'of alfalfa dur- ng the past week because of ;he heavy rains in the area. The alfalfa had been cut and was curing at the time of the rains Monday and Thursday. A number of farmers have reported they were abandoning ef- 'orts to make hay out of the iirst cutting and were using it to stop erosion spots in the ields and gulleys. Summerville Church Women to Meet j MEDORA — The Ladis Aid Society of Summerville Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Vu-s. Theo Searles will be the lostess. Pork Queen to Be Named At Macoupin County Fair Chesterfield Class of '38 Has Reunion CHESTERFIELD — Thirty eight attended a reunion of the graduating class of 1938 of the Chesterfield High School Saturday evening at the local grade school. Following the supper a social hour followed at which time letters were read from several class members who couldn't attend. They were from Seaman William Long of San Diego, Calif., Mrs. Lelia Dillion Wood of Paris, Texas; Robert Duckels of Alton; Wesley Jones of Phoenix, Ariz.; Evans Bullard of Iowa, and Mrs. Melba Reid Wixom, a teacher of Waukegan. Others attending were: Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Wadsworth of Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grichnick of Carlinville; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chism of Chesterfield; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nixon of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meir of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Snidel, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolfe of Carlinville; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Burns, Chesterfield; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Keagy of California; and Mr. and Mrs. Harley J. Hayes of Godfrey who was principal CARLINVILLE — If a girl knows "porkers," is beautiful and remains calm, she might be named the Macoupin County Pork Queen for 1963. These are among some of the points young ladies will be judged on when the county Swine Herd Improvement Assn. selects their queen and candidate for the state contest. Deadline for submission of nominations will be July 6, said Larry Thorpe, of Carlinville, pork queen contest chairman for the swine producers. Candidates must be single, between the ages of 16 and 21 as of November 1, 1963 and must live on a farm where swine are raised or be the daughter of parents now engaged in swine production, said Thorpe. Other requirements are to present a short oral essay, of five minutes or less, on a subject involving pork, its use and the pork industry. Judging will be based on beauty and personality, the oral essay and presentation and poise. The Macoupin County winner will be introducted at the Macoupin County Fair and receive an expense-paid trip to Springfield for the state contest during the 1963 Illinois State'Fair. Girls interested in the contest should write or phone Thorpe for further information. of the high school at that time. Other guests were: Mr. and Mrs, Marvin Sarginson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dugan and son, Douglas, of Bethalto. KEEP SUM, TRIM AND REGULAR* THE SUNBRAN BREAD WAY AU-BRAN TO AID REGULARITY FREE SUNBRAN BEAUT/ BOOKLET. Just send in your name and address to the Bakery address listed below and you will receive a free Sunbran Beauty Booklet giving you valuable pointers on how to be your most "glorious" selfl 6AKEDBY Taystee 4101 Cook Ave., St. Louis 18, AIo, P.E.O* to Meet at Carrolltoti Tonight CARROLLTON — Chapter of the P.E.O. will meet this evening at the home of Mrs, Damon Driver and reports from the recent state convention in "Galesbury will be given by Mrs. Alfrew Johnson, president of the chapter 1 and the delegate to the meeting, Mrs. Johnson will be assisted in giving her report by Mrs. Damon Driver and Mrs. A. D. Wilson, who also attended the convention. Moving to Belleville CARROLLTON - Mrs. William Boe and children of Godfrey spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Imus and Mr. an Mrs. Lynn P. Simpson. Mr. an Mrs. Boe and family will mov Friday to Belleville where the have bought a house. Boe wa transferred sometime ago to Bell ville as manager of the Bell ville office of the General Ac justment Co. Gunning for Coalmen BRUSSELS — Armed patro are scouting Belgium's coal mine looking for gangs who special in stealing small amounts of coa from each sack in a shipment. M'GREGOR coordinates everything for Here it color-matched golf wear by McGregor.-The Power Shoulder Cotton Knit shirt, only $ 5 -85 The wind and shower proof Drizzlcr Golf jacket, $11.95 And the Nuevo "Magic Marker" golf short of Dacron* polyester-Cotton with ball markers to snap oft" the belt. $5,95 The Pivot of Your Golf Wardrobe MAGIC MARKER SLACKS M'GREGOR* Designed by pros for free-swing action-no grab or bind. And attached to each pajr is a magnetized "magic marker" to snap off your belt buckle. No more fumbling in your pockets for a ball marker. 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