Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 12, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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Section Page* 11 E V H/n 1IN tr Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, JULY 12,1963 7c Per Copy Amusements Ctmttfted ^j^^^^y^firitfUMiAMl Member of The Associated Prstt* Nine Jersey County Girls , * , * Will Vie for Queen Title 2 Hurt in Crash At Wood River WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. Ira V. Cm-roll, 307 Whitelavv Ave., was admitted to Wood River Township shortly afternoon Thursday for injuries received in an aulo accident at Eaton Avenue and Kdwardsville Road. She was a passenger In a car driven by her husband, who according to police, was not; Injured. Dallas Han-ell, 68, Rte. 4, Ed- wardsvillc, driver of the other car, was treated for a left arm injury at the hospital. A police report indicates Car. roll was driving oast on Eaton and Hat-roll West on Edwards- vlllc Road when the collision occurred, Both nara were towed from the scene. Mrs. Carroll was treated for head injuries believed caused when she struck the windshield, and for a right hand injury. TRIPOLI — A 56 mile pipeline has just been completed to carry oil across the deserts in Libya. I WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO. 203 W. Third St.—Downtown Alton Long Terms—Many, Many Months to I'ay! II JERSEYVILLE - Nine young, women will compete for .Ihe title of "Miss Jersoyville 1963" In front of the grandstand at 8 p.m. Tuesday July iGthnt the Jersey County Fair. The pageant Is sponsored by the Jcrseyville Jaycccs, The contestants and judges will be entertained the day of the pageant at a lea to be given by the Jaycec-Ettes at 2:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. This event gives the judges, an oppor. tuntly to meet the young women who are competing for the 1903 lltle. . The scholarships to be given by local business men to the winning contestants will be added to by Ed Kitzmiller of the Kitszmil- ler Beauty College of Alton and Missouri. The winner of this year's page ant as Miss Jerseyville of 1963 will receive a $500 cash scholarship plus a $515 scholarship to Kitzsmiller's Missouri school. She will compete in the Illinois Agriculture Fair Convention for the title of "Miss Illinois County Fail Queen" and will also compete in several contests under the spon sorship of tliei local Jaycees. The nine contestants are: Miss Barbara Cary, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Byron Cary, Rte. 1 Jerseyville; Miss Sue Chapman whose parents are Mr. and Mrs 0. W. Leonard of Jerseyville Miss Sandra Chipman, daugter o Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chipman Jerseyville; Miss Margaret Cun nlngham, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Clayton Cunningham, Jer seyville; Miss Rita Drainer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Drainer, Kane; Miss Karen Mat- In, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Martin, Jerseyville; Vtlss Nancy McAfee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McAfee Sr., iUe. 1, Brighton; Miss Mary Nayor, daughter of Mrs. Marie Mayor, Jerseyville; and Miss Vicky Werner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Hunter, Rte. 2, Jersey, ville. Miss Cary is sponsored by Mundy Lumber Co.; Miss Chipman, Ann's Fashion Shoppe; Mis? Chapman, Office Equipment; Miss Cunningham, Cope Motor; Miss Drainer, A & P Store; Miss Martin, Isringhauscn Implement; Miss McAfee, Kirby's; Miss Naylor, Smith Motor; and Miss Werner, Sunderland Motor. Boy Snags Fingei- With Fish Hook JERSEYVILLE — David McNeely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNeely of Winchester, caught a fish hook in the finger of his right hand Wednesday and was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital where it was removed. Michael Conlee, 6, son of Mrs. Dora Conlee of Brigh ton was brought to the hospital at 8:10 p.m. Wednesday after he stepped on an object in the grass and lacerated her left foot. Sutures were needed to close the wound. Meiers Will Assist Pero JERSEVVILLE — Gregg Meiers of Oeneseo will be employed as summer assistant in the office of John Pero, farm adviser for Jersey County. Meiers is a student at the University of Illinois where he is majoring ijl extension work and the present summer assignment is a part of the practical experience of the course. During the next few weeks he will assist with the 4-H program in Jersey County. He will also serve as camp cotinselof, assist young people exhibiting projects at the 4-H Fair nhd the Illinois State Fair. Jersey County has been without an assistant farm adviser since the resignation here of Robert Wethcrall who returned to Champaign to resume study for his master's degree. LONDON — A British womatt has reported that she was attacked by an angry squirrel while walking in the town park, 1 NEW LIONS PRESIDENT James Douglas, right, outgoing president of the Godfrey Lions Club, turns over gavel to the new president, Robert Aszman, at the installation ceremony Thursday evening at tbe Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club. Robert Aszman Installed Godfrey Lions President 'GODFREY—Robert Aszman, assistant principal of North Junior High School, was installed president of the Godfrey Lions Club Thursday evening at the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club. He succeeds James Douglas. Other officers installed were: John Dippel, first vice president; Harold Chamberlain, FORD DEALER HOT/ SPECIAL RED-HOT DEALS ON EVERY CAR IN STOCK...READY TO GO FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION! WE'RE CLEARING OUT SUMMER STOCK, SO YOU CAN CLEAN UP WITH EXTRA- SPECIAL SAVINGS! treasurer and John Phillips, ;ecretary. George Carpenter was the in- falling officer. Other new officers who will e installed later are: Chester lyan, second vice president; lerald Stewart, third vice president; Milt Bumbacher, John Brockway, William O'Donnell nd Dr. John Klockenkemper, loard members; Charles Fox, ail twister, and James Rein- ardt, Lion tamer. Following the dinner and in- lallation ceremony Lion Grille Brown showed three films irough courtesy of the Shell il Co. They were entitled "Ap- roaching Speed of Sound," Transonic Flight," and "Be- ond the Speed of Sound." During a short business meet- ng the club voted to cooperate vith the Monticello Plaza Shopping Center Assn. in operating he fish pond during the center's fourth anniversary celebration he first 2 weeks in August. Club nembers will operate the stand on Friday and Satin-day the econd week of the celebration. President Aszman appointed a program and calling commit- \ an instructor at Carver elemen- ee for the ensumrr year. The'tary school, Chicago. Falcon Futura Convertible $295 Down $63.60 Mo. 36 Months $295 Down $65.80 Mo. 36 Months Galaxie 500 Sports Hardtop Fairlane 4-Door Sedan $295 Down $56,96 Mo. 36 Months f.o.x.r. THE HOTTEST DEALS OF THE YEAR ARE HERE ON USED CARS TOO! SEE YOUR FORD CHUCK DIERING FORD SALES, Inc. 1400 E. BROADWAY program committee is composed of James Douglas, George Chandler and Dale Trimpe. Members o[ the calling committee are: Curt Blevins, John Dippel and Lowell Seitzinger. On July 25 members of the Lions Club will make a trip to St. Louis with the Alton Exchange Club. A chartered bus has been engaged and will leave the Mineral Springs Hotel at 6 p.m. Steger Man Named To Education Post SPRINGFIELD, 111., (Special) — Louis M. Irons of Steger, has been appointed supervisor of lealth and physical education in the Illinois Department of Public Instruction. 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