Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1963 · Page 20
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July 3, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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I ft-. tj ALTON 1063 Maeoupin 4-H Show Set July 10 at Carlinville CARLtfMLLE - On July i the Carlinville High School will b the scene of the Macoupin Count, 4-H Show (No. 1). There will 29 clubs parlicipafing in the even With well over 400 club member enrolled this year. Clubs will be exhibiting projecl in clothing, flower arangements room improvement, photography pariy-a-month, buying clothing baby sitting, gardening indoor? bird study, and handicraft. At 1:35 p.m. there will be dress revue in the gymnasium The public is invited to attend All 4-H Club members who havi constructed garments will parti cipate in the style revue. Judges for the show will in cludo Mrs. Elaine Wendler am Mrs. Mary Knecht of Madison County; Mrs. Shirley JoHes am Mr.s Belly Fox of Montgomery County; Mrs. Jean Pickett o Sangamon County; Mrs. Ludine Hargis of Jersey Counly Mrs. Carol Bean, former Macoupin County assistant homt adviser of Collinsville; Mrs. Marjorie DISCOUNT! Special lot of Lotties' Shoes, values to $5.00 A^ —all heels, all \ sizes, but not • 1 In all styles. Pair WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway Heuerman of St. Clair County. Food exhibits will be judged o the second floor in the Farm Bu eau building on July 15. On th day foods demonstrations will b given by 4-H Club members the Farm Bureau basement. Dem onstrations will include yeas breads, pastries, meat dishes and many other subjects in th food areas. Nancy Galer. Illinois Powe home economist, will judge th food demonstrations. The publi Is invited to see these demonstra (ions being held throughout th day on July 15. Judges for food exhibits will b visiting home advisers: Mrs i\gnes Simon of Calhoun County Mrs. Phylis Slagel of Sangamon County; Mrs. Lila Allison of Bone County, and Mrs. Ludine Hargis o Jersey County. Eclwardsville Band Program Announced EDWARDSVILLE — The pro- r a m of the Fourth of July con- ert, to be presented at the Amer- can Legion Park by the Edwards- ille Municipal Band, will be: "The School Musician" march; God Bless America;" "Around ie World;" "Bravura" march; Star Spangled Spectacular;" eorge M. Cohan numbers; "The •anana Boat Song;" "Boston ommandery" march; "The Peaul Vendor;" "El Capilan" march; "Clarinet Polka;" "Blue narch; "Takes Two to Tango," Don'l Forbid Me;" "Emblem of 'nily" march; "Blue Skies;" America the Beautiful" "Semp- r Fidelis" march. The holiday concerl will be om 7 lo 8:30 p.m. The regular Deadline Is July 13 for Macoupin Fair Exhibitors CARLINVILLE — All persons I the queen contest will be give who wish to exhibit at the 1963 Macoupin County Fair at Carlinville must have their entries mnde by noon on Saturday, July 13 with the secretary, Mrs. Alice Tostberg of Rte- 3 Carlinville. Entries may be mailed or may be made in person at the fairgrounds any afternoon the we'k beginning July 8. The secretary will be located in the fairgrounds office to take entries in person or by telephone. Those persons who make their entries in person will receive their entry tags and arm bands. School children who exhibit in the educational department may bring their exhibits the morning Ihe fair opens without entering beforehand. All 4-H or FFA boys who wish !o enter the Calf Scramble are :o have their entries in by July .6. All persons who wish to enter he amateur contest must have heir entries in by 4 p.m. July 18. A trophy will be given in each age group in the amateur contest by Illinois Power Co. as veil as cash prizes. Four names have been submit- ed thus far, according to Jack lain, local radio announcer, vho has charge of the queen ontest. They are: Miss Mary ..ee Weeks as Miss Staunton; Vliss Mary Carr as Miss South- vestern; Miss Sherry Frey as Miss Girard; Miss Dorothy Jean {anllakan as Miss Carlinville' All schools are urged to get he name of their candidate immediately. Trophies Jam eekly concert in the City Park ill be presented ing. by Adkins & Marko Develop ment Co. of Carlinville for th winner, and by Pressler Conoco Service Station of Ca linville, for the runner-up. I addition a check for $100 wi be presented to the queen prc viding she goes to the state con test. SIU Student Making Stud) AtWoodRivei WOOD RIVER—Southern 111 nois University student Terr Cook has started work for th city under a government stud internship whereby SIU and th city share the cost of his salarj for the 10-week summer perioi of his employment. Among the research project that the city doesn't get don which City Manager Carlton Laird feels Cook might work on are :• Study of insurance need" and development of specifica lions for possible bidding; im prove personnel record system wage rate and wage classifica tion plan; revision of some zon ing ordinances and study of taj receipts and service expend! tures by classification of land use. 9 SUPER SPECIALS FOR EASY LIVING THE MOST VALUE-PACKED SUMMER PATIO FURNITURE COMBINATION EVER OFFERED... 1 CHAISE and 2 CHAIRS or 4 CHAIRS or 2 CHAISE LOUNGES or 1 ROCKER and 2 CHAIRS or 2 ROCKERS or 1 ROCKER and T CHAISE If company drops in, don't give up the chaise... just offer them the chair or rocker. These aluminum and web matchmates set up so easy, take down and fold compactly for storage. FOLDING ALUMINUM AND WEB MATCHMATES 6 9 Weather-proof basketweave webbing, Alcoa Aluminum frame.. .a wonderful combination of durability and design. Folds compactly. ALUMINUM FOLDING CHAIR FOR CHILDREN...Lightweight, strong: plastic webbing. 02 ALUMINUM FOLDING HI-BACK ROCKER — Light weight, « strong, plastic webbing. < 33 JUST SAY FULL 24" BRAZIER WITH WHEELS, CRANK ADJI'STMENT Crank adjusts the chrome grid. 24" bowl has handle. Sturdy legs reinforced With, supports and socket braces. Plastic wheels and caster for movability. Sale ;et Under Ihe plan Cook, son of to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook, 1516 in W. Hamilton, Waukegan, who is a junior at SIU, will be paid $42.50 per week by the city and $300 for the 10-week period by SIU. In addition lo Cook, Loui Mennerick, son of Frieda Men- nerick, 865 Penning A,ve., and Marvin Bonner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Bonner, 2510 Maxey St., Alton, are also working in cily hall part lime during Ihe the summer- Mennerick, who is majoring in psychology at Knox College, will slart his junior year this fall and Bonner is a junior in engineering at Rolla School of Mines in Missouri. Station to Close WOOD RIVER — The driver license stalion at Second and Acton Streets will be closed both Thursday and Friday it was announced today. Attends Convention WOOD RIVER — Miss Martha Hammet, 572 George St., president of the local chapter of the American Association of University Women, has returned from the organization's national convention in Denver. To Discuss Annexation WOOD RIVER — City Manager Carlton Laird today announced that a joint meeting of the City Council and residents of Lincoln addition regarding possible annexation is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday. "Informal discussions and inquiries of recent date between those residents and city officials have lead to the special meeting," he said. "Though no formal action can be laken al such a meeting, it will provide interested citizens of Lincoln Addition with the opportunity to ask questions of the council. All residents of Lincoln Addition is inviled to attend. Motorist Named In Five Charges A. J. Kotschar, 67, of 2817 Residence St., was charged with intoxication, traffic violation, causing an accident and two counts of destroying private property after his car ran off the road Tuesday night. Police said Kotschar was driving north in the 1200 block of W. 9th St. when his car left the road, crossed the sidewalk, plowed through aboul 10 feet of hedge, liit a retaining wall and veered back onto the road. CAIRO — Egyptian bankers are concerned over a recent loss of hard money credits. Terrific...afutt %" GRANTS WTG 50-FOOT PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE Guaranteed against defects under normal use... or you get a new hose or refund* Sturdy, light. Sale 2 BARGAIN! OSCIllATING SPRINKUR 97 Eredston made! Adjustable spray. Thorough coverage. Penetration, to 1575 eq. ft. 1-YR, GUARANTEE-ogainst mechanical defects or yew net a new sprinkler or your money back. Sale 3 19 EASTGATE PLAZA EAST ALTON, ILL. SIMPLICITY PATTERNS Vz OFF! 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