Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 20, 1963
Page 13
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Section 2 Pages 13 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Society ^established January 15, 1836, ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JUNE 20,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Aerial Photos of Farms Available M. LeeRogers, ASCS office manager in Edwadsville, has announced today Madison County farmers can obtain aerial photos of their farms by placing orders at the ASCS Office. These are new photos made in July 1962. Farm photos have many uses in planning and carrying on farm business. Conservation needs and drainage problems areas can often be readily identified and related to established lane marks. The map can also be used as the field acreage record for the farm, Roges said. Single exposures cover 4 square miles and cost $2.60 each. The Diehl Heads Lions Club At Carrollton CARROLLTON — Glenn Diehl was Installed as president of Carrollton Lions Club at the annual chicken and fish fry Tuesday evening at Robin Hood Country dub. Other officers installed were Ray H. Roll first vice-president; David Becker, second vice-president; Donald Evans, third vice- president; Donald Allen, treasurer; Clarence Horn secretary; James Nims, tail twister; and Francis Geers, Lion tamer. Roy Logan and Frank Daniels were installed as directors for two year terms and Lloyd McLane and Peter McCadden for one-year terms. Installing officer was Rink of Greenfield, district zone chairman. Guests were Charles Baldwin of Indianapolis, Ind., and Erdley S. Mattison, new manager of Cypress Land Farms, who will be a new member of the local club upon transfer of membership. scale is 8 inches per mile, th same as the maps used by th county ASCS office. Neighbors car often divide the enlargement anc each person still have complet coverage of his own farm. Th negatives, however, are maintair ed in the Department of Agricul ture in Washington and it may take approximately 60 days to ob tain delivery. For this reason or ders should be placed with th ASCS office in Edwardsville wei in advance of the time they ar to be used, Rogers said. These photos represent com plete coverage of the entire coun try, including schools, roads, cit ies and subdivisions, Rogers said and may be valuable to other groups. Worden Couple Observe 55th Anniversary WORDEN — Mr. and Mrs. Hetman Behme observed their 55th wedding anniversary Sunday al the home of their son and daugh :er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Behme. The observance was attended by 50 relatives and friends. Car Runs Into Ditch; Man Escapes Injury JERSEYVILLE — Ronald L Scott of Rte. 1, Fieldon, escapee serious injury Saturday night when his car went out of con- rol on Rte. 16 west of here and ran into a ditch. LONDON—Two young British students have broken the world's :iddleywinks record for nonstop playing. Officers Installed by Greene County Women CARROLLTON — Mrs. James Ford was installed as president of Greene County Homemaker's Extension Service at the annual meeting Tuesday in the Christian Church in Roodhouse. Mrs. Ford is beginning her second year as president. Other officers installed were Mrs. Oren Siebermann, Carrollton, first vice president; Mrs. Richard Reno, Kane, second vice- president; Mrs. Maude Norris, Hillview, secretary; Mrs. Richard Reynolds, White Hall, treasurer. Committee chairmen installed were: Miss Helen Pinkerton, Carrollton, 4-H club; Miss Willhelmina Hebner, Greenfield, public information; Mrs. Richard Reichman, Carrollton, subject matter; Mrs. Charles Driver, Carrollton, special activities; Mrs. Edward A k e r s, Roodhouse, ways and means; Mrs. Warren Ford, Green- been a member. field, community interest; and Mrs. Robert Griffith, White Hall, family life. They were installed by Mrs. Justin Wagy, of Payson, state president of the Illinois Homemakers Extension Federation, who spoke and showed pictures of a trip to Melbourne, Australia, in 1962 to attend the annual meeting of the International Associated Country Women of the World. Especially honored Tuesday were Mrs. James Martin and Mrs. Curtis Twitchell, both of Greenfield, who have outstanding unit attendance records. Mrs. Martin, who is a charter member of the Greene County organization, has attended a unit meeting monthly since it's origin in 1935. Mrs. Twitchell, who is not a charter member, holds the same record for the number of years she has Program Set For Jersey County Fair JERSKYV1LLE — The Jersey County Fair entertainment program will open Sunday July 14, with a harness racing program in the afternoon. That night the ninth annual drum and bugle contest will be held, featuring the outstanding corps in this area. In order to have a better show this year, the fair association has widened the track in front of the grand stand about 15 feet which will provide room for the large corps to do their drill formations. Twilight harness racing will be held at 6 p.m, July 15 and a Western Horse Show is set for 8:15 p.m. There will also be harness racing Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon of the fair. The big Merchant's Street Parade is set for 6 p.m. July 16 and the beauty pageant will be held that night. For an added attraction the Ainad Shrine Temple Chatners will be in the parade and will present a 30-minute program prior to the beauty pageant, from 7:45 to 8:15 p.m. The Bob McKinley Rodeo and Wild West Show is set for Wednesday evening, July 17. Family and kiddies day will be marked July 18. All day and up to 5 p.m. all children under 15 years will be admitted free at the gate. In the afternoon all kinds of youth contests will be staged and cash prizes given. For adults :here will be a horse shoe pitch- Ing contest for the Jersey County Championship, also an egg throw- ng contest, hog calling and other features to be added. The greased 5ig catching match will also be leld again, and there will be special free acts in front of the grandstand for children. From noon to 5 p.m. all rides will be available to children for 10 cents. The Monarch Shows which sold 15,000 children's tickets, will be exhibiting again this year with more rides. For Thursday night, the fair association has booked the "Paramount Society Circus plus "Uncle Heavy and His Pork Review" composed of more than 60 people and animals. The annual horse-pulling con- est is set for July 19 in the af- ernoon and at night the Johnny <ing Thrill-O-Rama Show will be i feature. On Saturday afternoon the an- mal tractor pulling contest will ake place. Two shows are on the irogram for that night. Flatt and Icruggs and their band with Foggie Mountain Boys, direct from he Beverly Hill Billies TV Show, lus the Possum Holler Opry, will e featured. 'Reunion Set Sunday JERSEYVILLE — The annual eunion of the Tepen family will e held Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Hardin. The vent will be an all-day affair nd members of the Tepen family n Calhoun and adjoining counties re planning to attend PIASA — Donald Buscher of Litchfield, James Bentley of Sorento and Miss Judith Fenton of Brighton are new teachers in Unit 9, Troy Meyer, school superintendent, has announced. The three were recently employed by the board of education which also ac» cepted resignations from Miss Carol Craig and Jerry Warren. Southwestern District Hires Teachers, Lets Contracts Buscher, an industrial arts major with a BS degree from Eastern Illinois University and 2 years teaching experience, will teach Industrial Arts and Social Studies at Southwestern Junior High School. Bentley, ah English major, will receive his BS degree from Southern Illinois University in the near future. He will teach Language Arts and the junior high. Miss Fenton received a BS degree from Southern Illinois University in June. She will teach kindergarten at Brighton. In other action, the board recently called for bids on number 5 fuel oil to be Used at Southwestern High School and number 2 fuel oil to be used at Piasa, Medora and Brighton. Bids were called for gasoline and antifreeze and for stoker coal at Medora, Shipman and Piasa, for physical education and athletic equipment and for industrial arts equipment, for such lunchroom items as bread, milk and meat. The board will operate all lunch- rooms in the district and a 11 purchases for these must be approved and paid for through the superintendent's office. Specifications on all bids may be secured at the superintendent's office. Contracts have been awarded to the Illini Supply Co., Decatur, and Allied School Equipment Co., Springfield, for new furniture and equipment totalling $10,500. Firestone Stores, Alton, has a contract for new tires and re-caps. A contract for 10 new typewriters and service maintenance of all typewriters has been given to the Carrollton Typewriter Exchange. A contract to sand and finish the high school gym floor was awarded to Hillyard and Co COPPERTONE Get the fastest suntan with MAXIMUM PROTECTION!" Tan, don't burn! Get out and get the best tan under the sun, with Coppertone! Florida tests conducted by eminent skin specialists proved that with Coppertone's "sun-balanced" formula you get the fastest suntan possible with maximum sunburn protection. A wonderfully deep, rich, natural tan! And—Coppertone's rich lanolin and other emollients keep it on longer, help prevent ugly peeling and blistering ... keep your skin soft, moist and smooth. 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