Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 13
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July 11, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1003 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Races Set Opening flay at Jersey ville Fair '.-'i ' * • .,- * • ,. JfeRSEVVlLLE - The 3Glh nh- IfiUnl Jersey,County fnlr will open Sunday nftpiftioon with a big barn- fess racing pfogrnm, featuring tour fftcM. Starting time of the rnccs Sunday, fuefedny artd ^Wednesday will be 2:30,,-.p.m. ntld on Man- tiny, (We twilight fnce begins nl 6 P.trt. : The drum and'bugle corps contest tekds place at 8 p.m. Sunday with a .two and a half hour show were chafnpions, Over 800'per- fortrietjp will take part. This year the itosey County Fair hns gone alldull to'bring tn the host drum and bugle corps of. the Hlinols- Jdissoutil Association, and Is the 'only-county fair In J!)fi3 to sponsor a show of this type. Five champion drum and bugle corps and slate champion drill team will lake part in this ^ill- junior corps conical. This Is I. h e nlnlh your the Jersey County fair hns held a drum and bugle eon« lesl which hfis hecrt a popular feature of the fair increasing in Interest each year. The contestants Include, Black khighl of Belleville, Illinois state fair champions, pnfct millonnl AM- VET champions, seven time winners ill Jersey County Fair, noted for lliolt Intricate drill formations and unusual music arrangements; Uelletles, also of Belleville, an nil girl corps, past VFW and Illinois stale fair champions; Gabriel otles of Belleville, another champion corps whose color guard Won first In the American Legion con- lost a) Olney In 1HO,1, specialising in roiiianlle • tunes; American Woodman of St. Louis, junior champions of Missouri who have won many • trophies; Memorial Lancers, South Kinloch Park, Mo., featuring outstanding drtifn 1M- jor and specializing In novelty acts and formations and The Piasa Indian baton drill team of Al ton, chftmploti drill team of Illinois and second in (lie national meet in 19fil and first place win noi-8 in Milwaukee in 1962, Attending Convention JERStiYVlLLE - Harry Full* erson ,tr, of Grafton, ftoy Gusta-f son and P. D. Cheney of Jersey ville will return Friday from Chi cago where they have been ttt tending the Slirinors' convention They went on a special trulr with a group from Kasl St. Louis 1'nronts of Sou JERSISYV1LLE—Mr. and Mrs Herbert Knnis of Grafton are par enls of a boy born at ,'i;52 a.m Monday al the Jersey Communl ly Hospital. The baby weighed 8 potmdxs 14V6 ounces. Hn is ftt UiselB Needs Ftitiils For itottt! Project BRUSSELS — Mayor Lawrence Flanlgan announced today that plans are being wade to straighten Ihe sharp .corner near the Theo Nnrup property. Flanlgan said It will be Impos Slble to Use niotor fuel tax money and he Is seeking donations from residents as Ihe village has in sufficient funds to complete the project. Cost of the project has been esllhiated at $400, FlflHIgan said. 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