Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 17
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July 11, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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THUHSDAY, JULY 11, 19B3 AttfON EVENING *» tJai. \,.*.*3U. sy "fc 1 SENIOR CHAMPION Greeno County Fair this week hy Mrs. Jack Ininan of Carrollton. Fascination Mi.ss Dam, senior champ- Ion Shetland noiiy marc shown at Macoupiii Opens Tuesday CARLINVILLE - The fairgrounds north of Carlinvllle is a beehive of activity this week, the Macoupin County Fair.bein scheduled- to open July l.li. There are more exhibits pouring into the office than over before, according to Ihe president, Herman L. F ni nkc. Tent*, are being erected this wei;k, livestock is moving in, loc- jul merchants are displaying their wares. Fair board members have lined up the following program; Tuesday, July 16, free date day and night; <l-ll Club show all day, all exhibits to be on grounds by 8:HO a.m.; u p.m. Western Horse Show, sponsored by Town and Country Wranglers Club of Macoupin County. The carnival of- fers 8 rides for $1 on Tuesday. Wednesay, July 17, 8 a.m. swine judgingcontitnilng all day; 6 p m. twilight harness racing; 8p in. amateur show and queen con testants appearance. Friday, July 19, 8 a.m. beef cat tie judging continuing all day; 12:30 noon, tractor pulling contest; G p.m. twilight harness racing. THE CHILDREN'S SHOP • FOR PRICES LOW AND BRANDS YOU KNOW SAVE ON THESE July Clearance Specials Sunsuiis Of Sizes' 9 to 24 Months W* Boys' Shorts M Size* I to H Wr^l Girls' Bermuda Shorts QJ Vniiies to $1.40. Sizes 7 to 14 V* Boys' Sport Shirts Sinnrl new patterns. Si/.os 3 to 8 Boys' Polo Shirts Stripes niid solids. Sizes 3 to 8 • Girls' Knit Polos Sizes 3 to Ox, '• •••••• - .....; r ° c c c Boys Sunsuits $ | Keg. $1.08. SiXcs 1 to 4 BOYS 1 CABANA SUITS Values to $2.98. Sizes I to Gx. CARROLLTON — Judging has een completed in some of the de- arlmenls in which Greene Coun- y 4-H club members exhibited at Greene County Fair. Judged to ate is the vegetable garden department, flower department, Toullry department and misOel- aneous department. Winners of A ratings have been announced in ill of the departments. Garden, Display of five or more /egclables, Deiyils Schmidt, Cnr- ollton; Carol Byland, Carrolllon; .,eland Mears, Greenfield; Ricky Tox, Greenfield; David Schmidt, laiTollton; Richard W h i 11 o c k, :arrolllon; Jane Tapen, Carroll- on; David Tapen, Carrollton; <elth Tapen, Carrollton, Linda Crolchctt, Kane. Plate of one variety, Sandra Albrecht, Carrollton; Paul Lorton, Greenfield; Peter Wehrly, Kane; SHEEP PAY Lynn Kinser (standing), of Greenfield, superintendent of the sheep department at Greene County Fair, is handling a record exhibit this year. /.,* / / , Sizes Ifo 14 Values to S5.98 GIRLS' DRESSES $448 $198 $O88 .THIRD ST. - DOWNTOWN ALTON - HO 2-1951 PAUL'S GIGANTIC SHOE SALE A TREMENDOUS BARGAINS IN MEN'S, WOMEN'SrCHILDREN'SSHOES-Buy Noy SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JULY 12, 9 A.M. BRANDS AIR STEP BUSTER BROWN LIFESTRIDE "" " 5 " PEDWIN ROBLEE ROBIN HOOD SMART AIRE MANY mi,ES * HEEIS PAUL'S SHOES 121 W, THIRD ALTON, ILL Sheep Exhibit Expands At Greene County Fair CARROLLTON — Upsurge in armer-interest in sheep is reflect-, in the large number being hown at Greene County Fair this i'eek. As Lynn Kinser, superintendent if the sheep department, puts it: 'Sheep's one thing you'll never ose money on." This has resulted in the showing if a record number — 704 — at he fair here this year. There were 40 on exhibition a year ago. The ipsurge, according to R. D. Lemons, fair association president, lecessitated hasty arrangements or more extensive aecommoda* ions in the sheep .section. Greenfield Fanners Kinser himself raises sheep on lis farm near Greenfield. A government subsidy on wool, pegging tlie price received by the farmer at 62 cents, has helped foster interest m sheep, Kinser Award 4-H Prizes At Greene Fair Richard Whit lock, Cnrrollton; Elainr? Tnpon, Carrollton; Jane Tup-en, Carrollton; Keith TnpCii, Carrolllon; and Bobby Stcelman, Uoodhonse. Small Fruits, Mnrn'ee Mcnrs, Greenfield. 13 o u (| 11 o t any variety, Letha Gnodo, Greenfield; Larry Mears; Joan Wohrly. Knnc; Jane Tapon, GiiTolllon. Mlxod houqtml, Susie 'vers, Kane; Larry Mears, Greenfield; Joan Wohrly, Kano; Jano Tapon, Car roll ton. Display of five or more, bouquets, Richard Ford, Greenfield; Larry Mears Greenfield; Jean VVehrly, Kane. Indoor garden, Alice Ann Lorton, Greenfield, and Jane Tapen Carrollton Ducks, Paul Meyer, Carroll- Ion. Rabbits, Wanda Long, Jersey- villc; Floyd Anthony and John Anthony of Roodhouse. Pony, David Mansfield, Murrayville. Dog care, Doris Muntz, Carrollton. Forestry, Maria Moss, Eldred. Electricity, Paul Meyer, Carrollton. Greeting Cards, Maralee Mears, Greenfield; Alice Lori on, Greenfield; David Schmidt, Carrollton. Metal enameling, Joanne Frank Carrollton. Woodwork article, Eugene Frank, Carrolllon and Rogoi Goodofe Carrollton. Two articles from members choice — Joanne Faank, Carroll ton; Richard Ford, Greenfield; Maralee Mears, Greenfield; David Schmidt, Carrollton; Eugem Frank, Carrollton; Alice Lorton, Greenfield; Charles Lofton, Often- field; Christina Kaiser, G>f»Woii, and Vicky Cochtftti, Greenfield. Wildlife conservation, Letand Mears, Greenfield. Bird atudy, Maralee Mears, Greenfield. 10 Grants in Jutie To U of I Center Ten grants totaling $1<J7,593 were accepted by the University of Illinois Medical Center Campus in Chicago during Ihe month of June. The largest grant, $38,513, from the United States Public Health Service went, to the College of Medicine for a "Lung Cancer Pre-Operatlve Radtatiori Therapy Study" supervised by Dr. Robert J. jensik in the Department of Surgery. says. The subsidy is paid out of tariff •eceivecl on the importation of foreign wool, principally Auslral- an, and is paid to encourage United States sheep production. 45 Cents a round The wool sold by .Kinser this year brought 45 cents a pound on :he market, with the government cutting in to the tune of 17 cents. The last lambs Kinser sold, approximating 105 pounds in weight, wrought $24.50 a hundred. Sheep were being judged at the fair Wednesday by Tom Reedy of Lovington. Robert Miller of •reenfield was clerk. The fair will close Friday night. Railroad passenger travel in 1%2 was equivalent to a 107-mile trip for every person in the United States. GAMM'S SUMMER CLEARANCE BETTER GRADE LADIES' SHOES • HEELS—Hi and Mid • STACKS • BONE • PATENTS • SPECS • WHITES VALUES TO 12.95 SALE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER SHOES OPEN EVERY N1TE 'TIL q WILSH1RE SHOPPING CENTER WORLD SHOE FRIDAY SPECIAL! FISH TRIPLE TREAT! HAMBURGERS Home of the World's Greatest 15* Hamburger! UPPER ALTON MAIN AT COLLEGE OPEN FLAME BR09LED Tulio the family to Burger Choi. Prices are so low you can feed n family oi four n nouriHhing menl for only $1.70. Airtl looli, Mom, up dishes', Hamburgers Melted Cheese Sandwich . Fish Sandwich ... Orange Drink ..... ................. \Oc- Coffee ..,- ......................... ••• Cheeseburgers ..................... • • • • French Fries ........ ................... Milk Shake ......... ; .................. Coca*Cola ,. ...... , ................ I0c Root Beer .......... ............... I0c Milk I5c I5c 25c 20c ' 5c '5e 20c 20c I0c Famous Dolphin boned fish fillet, lightly breaded and uooUeil to ft crispy, golden brown. Topped with tartar sauoo an toasted bun, Delicious! A REAL TRIPLE TREAT!! delicious FISH SANDWICH MILKSHAKE . FRENCH FRIES . . 25c Value . 15c Value . 15c Value COUPON THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ANY NUMBER OF DELICIOUS FISH TRIPLE TREATS Expires Mldnire, FOR July'12- ONtY

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