Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1963 · Page 8
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July 13, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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EIGHT ALT ON EVEMlfoG Jersey County Fair Setting Up for Opening on Sunday JERSEYVtLLte - Placing exhibit? for the 36th annual .Tei Sey County-Fair began today preparation, for the opening of th exposition Sunday The fair wi continue through Saturday even ing. All articles and animals excel floriculture for exhibition must 1) on Ihe grounds and in place by p.m. today, except by special pel mission by superintendent of dc partnieht. Floriculture entries ma be made up to 9 a.m. Monday. A' stock and exhibits must romai on the grounds until 'I p.m. Satin day. A new feature this year in lh swine department is the "Carcas Clas's" which will be judged at p.m. Sunday. All entries in thi class are to be slaughtered, firm placing determined solely o cutout basis. Carcasses will b sold on a rail grade basis to th Hunter Packing Co. A trophy wi' be awarded to the top carcass presentation being by Likes Hy brid Hogs. Judging scheduled for Monda; are ponies, 4-H livestock, agricul ture and horticulture, textiles, fin arts and culinary, hobby and ec ucational exhibits and floriculture Sheep and dairy entries will b judged Tuesday morning and o Wednesday morning beef am swine will be judged. There will be a parade of cham pions at 8 p.m. Thursday. Th Jersey County Fair is offering prize of $25 and a trophy for boll the grand champion beef herd anr grand champion dairy herd. The awards will be made in front o the grandstand at 8 p.m. Thurs day. General admission to the grounds, day and night, is 50 cents and children under 12 are admit ted free. On Thursday, which is Kiddies day, all children undei 15 will have free admittance. The Monarch shows and rides will be on the midway throughout the entire week with 20 rides, shows and 40 concessions. Aga FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "See, Jen? You don't have to go to the seashore to get a good tan! Swim Lessons Will Begin Monday at Westlake Club File Complaints dnst Four Jersey Suspects JERSEYVILLE — Complaints charging burglary were filed here Friday morning by Sheriff Paul Miller against four suspects who allegedly broke into the Floyd D. Ellis clubhouse in Rosedale Township the afternoon ot July 9. The suspects are also wanted in Pike County for a similar offense committed there earlier the same day, Sheriff Miller reported. Two of the suspects a man and woman are being held at Pittsfield, but the other two had not been arrested up to mid-afternoon Friday. According to witnesses of the Ellis burglary, the four suspects broke into the clubhouse and carried away a number of items including an outboard motor, traveling clock, coffee pot, bed linen and other items. In Pike County they obtained a quantity of tools and other items. Vandals Damage Corn Near Dow JERSEYVILLE — Reports were received here Wednesday afternoon that vandals have damaged corn fields near Dow. Cornfields have been entered and corn cut and thrown into piles. In other fields the corn has been broken off or trampled into the ground. At the Knight farm a cow was found shot to death July 2. A reward of ?100 is being offered by Mrs. Helen Knight, Joseph E, Knight and Schroeder _Brothers of near Dow for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the offender. Fractures Ankle JERSEYVILLE — John Hefnei incurred a fracture of the righl ankle Monday afternoon in an accident at Homeridge Farm nortl: of Jerseyville where he has been employed during the present sum mer. The youth was riding on a flai bed wagon which was being towed by a tractor. The svagon ran ovei a loose board that flew up and JERSEYVILLE - The Red Cross swimming lessons offered by the Jersey County Chapter will begin Monday at Westlake Country Club. Pupils entering at the advanced and intermediate levels will receive instruction on Monday morn- ngs between 9 and 10:30. These )eople may enroll Monday starting it 9 a.m. Those who have completed in- ermediate work and will be try- ng for the swimmer or advancec swimmer ratings should enrol Monday after 9:30 a.m. Pupils entering at the beginner evel will receive instruction on .Vcdnesclay, Thursday and Friday mornings. Registration will be Wednesday starting at 9 a.m. for lose who have never had any wimming lessons. Those who ave had some swimming lessons ut have not passed the Begin- er course should enroll after 10 m. After the first day the pupils ill be divided into 30 minutes .asses grouped according to abil- y- All the classes will be taught y 0. A. Wilson Jr., and Miss Betsy Duncan, Red Cross water afety instructors, assisted by a umber of boys and girls who have had training as Water Safety struck his ankle, from the wagon. knocking hirr Jersey Church Services Listed Following an X-ray at the Jer sey Community Hospital, the ankle was placed in a cast and he was taken to his home. He is the soi of Mr. and Mrs. C. Eugene He( ner of this city. Home from Teiun'ssno JERSEYVILLE—Dr. and Mrs Robert G. Mindrup, son Bruce and David Dwyer, have returnee to their homes in Jerseyvilje af ter spending a week in Gat linsburg, Tenn. on vacation. Aiiiioiinci' Itlrth of Girl JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Beiermann, Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a girl at 8:23 a.m. July 11 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Deanna Lynn and she weighed 7 pounds H ounces, She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Josephine Beiermann of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Antone MulHnk of Bunker Hill, Before her marriage M r s. Beiermann was Mlfis Ruth Mul- link, TWs is the couple's first child. JERSEYVILLE — "Do You Choose to Live?" will be the ;ubject of the Sunday morning ermon to be given by the Rev. larold E. Lane, pastor of the 'irst Baptist Church. In the evening ' at 7:30 the Galilean Service takes place at Feyera- >end Lake. Summer schedule of services s in effect at the First Metho- list Church of which Rev. Mode 'owel Jr. is minister. Morning vorship is at 9 a.m. and Sun- lay school 10. There will be no evening worship during July anc August. At the Peace United Church of hrist, Rev. H. O. Renken, pas. tor, Sunday school is at 9 a.m and church services at 10:15 a.m. Issues Proclamation JERSEYVILLE — Mayor Jame Dolan has issued a proclamation i ! conjunction with the merchant parade scheduled for Tuesday a j p.m. The proclamation requests losing of business houses at 4 p.m Dorsey Youth Wins Scholarship DORSEY — James Stevenson son of Rev. and Mrs. D. S. Ste\ enson, Rte. 1, Dorsey, has bee awarded a scholarship from Ai Assoc.'iation for Lutherans, a In ternal life insurance society wit Home Office in Appleton, Wis. He will use this scholarship dui ,ng the coming year as a senio at Concordia Teachers College Seward, Neb. James graduate from Concordia High School, Se ward. He plans to become a teacl Hong ap. tobacco thelts are OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY! Lovely Home Grown TOMATOES 3 "*. 59 C They're Good Earin'! CARLOAD SALE Round Black Diamond WATERMELONS All Sizes At Low Prices! BROM4Y & DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 last Broadway Four Children Treated at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE - Two children sustained bone fractures, another suffered a sprain and ourlh had a hand injury as the •esult of falls Thursday. They vere all treated at the Jersey Community Hospital. Cynthia Walz, 2-year-old daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. John Walz of 'erseyville, slipped in the grass t her home Thursday evening nd fell, fracturing her left leg. he was released after treatment t the local hospital. A fracture of the left forarm 'as sustained by David Cook, 6, on of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cook f Jerseyville, when he fell from roof of a small house at his ome Thursday. He received mergency treatment at the Jerey Community Hospital and was •ansferred to St. Joseph's Hos- further observ- ital in Alton for nce. Bradley Russell, 1V& years, of iasa, fell at his home at 4:45 .m. Thursday and sprained his elt leg. He was brought to the ersey Community Hospital for reatment and then dismissed. His mrents are Mr. and Mrs. James Russell of Piasa. Larry Dunham, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dunham of Fieldin suffered a laceration of the left and about 4:30 p.m. Thursday vhen he fell at Otter Creek. The vound was sutured at the Jrsey Community Hospital. Winner of Vacation Trip JERSEYVILLE— Harry Krause if the firm of Krause and Sons Sales Co. of Jerseyville was a vinner in the district sales contest f Massey-Ferguson dealers and s a guest of the company on a 'Fun 'N Frolic" trip to North- vestern Wisconsin this week. He went to Springfield Wednesday to join other winning dealers ind go with the group to Wausau, Vis. for a brief stay. From there hey went to the "Land O Lakes" •esort for a few days vacation. Assessor Omits Bank Stock in Annual Report GODFREY — In announcing the personal property assessments for odfrey township in Friday's Telegraph, Assessor Eldon Williams inadvertently omitted the shares of bank stock reported for 1963. The report should have shown $63,300 in bank stock for this year, the same figure as reported in 1962. 53 Wins for Bethalto Chib BETHALTO — The Bethalto Girls 4-H Club came away from the Madison County 4-H achievement clays, Thursday and Friday, with 53 blue ribbons and 27 red ribbons. ' There were 42 girls from the Bethalto group entered in the achievement program in Edwardsville. Juanita Bishop was selected to take her table cover to the Illinois State Fair in August. Her project was judged Thursday in the food and miscellaneous section. Friday, in the clothes and sewing section, 10 of the girls received blue ribbons for clothing projects. Fourteen girls from Bethalto were entered in that section. Mark Oetken will represent the county in Ihe public speaking contest at the state fair. She was judged first at the county contest on the talk about insects. Greene Delegation to Attend Conference CARROLLTON — Miss 'Rose mnry Lemons,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lemons of White Hall, Miss Mary Jane Albrecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Albrecht of Carrollton, Dean Barnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Burnett of Roodhouse and David Gerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gerson of Carrollton will represent the 4-H clubs of Greene county at the Junior 4-H club leadership conference July 22 through July 27 at the Memorial 4-H club camp at Robert Allerton Park at Monticello. Raymon Mackowski, an inter national farm youth exchanges from Poland, who lias been staying in this county for a few days, will also attend the conference en route to another county. They will be accompanied to camp by Davir Hembrough, assistant farm adviser. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Walter Milnes, was dismissed Wednesday from Boyd Memorial Hospital, where he lias been a patient for several months and is now making his home in the Hilltop Nursing Home in White Hall where his sister, Miss Etha Millies, has been living for several years. Admitted to the hospital Thursday was Mrs. Regina Howard of Carrollton as a medical patient and admitted for surgery were Miss Linda Weber and Miss Denise Weber, both of Rockbridge. Otto Sethaler of Carrollton was admitted Friday as a medical patient. Louis Carter of Carrollton was dismissed Thursday. Dismissed Friday were Miss Barbara Doerr of Eldred, and Clarence Laris of Carrollton. «/'% \ arS.: 1963 Train fares are up 11 per in France. cent EXCHANGITES INSTALLED Officers of the Alton Exchange sell, president} Tom Herzog, vice prest- Chib who were installed at ceremonies dent. Jack Clifford, treasurer, was va- Thursday night. From the left are cationittg and could not be present for Ralph WandlFng, secretary; Paul Rus- the picture. ' Paul Russell Installed As Exchange Club Head Paul Russell was Installed as president of Uie Alton Exchange Club Thursday night in Tony's Victorian Room. William Grat- inn a past president was the installing officer. Also installed were: Tom Her/of* Jr. vice president; Ralph Wandling, secretary; and Jack Clifford, treasurer. New board of control members sworn were Dr. Dewey Roberts, Dr. James Carrow, Robert Harlow, William Camp Jr., James Blouin and Dr. Richard Patterson. Seven new members were inducted by Dr. Roberts. They were Al Sheets, William Beardsmore, Godfrey Goolsby, Mike Tchoukaleff, Dr. Robert Handelman and Harry Marshall. Retiring president Henry Saenz was presented with a past-president's pin by Paul Russell. A travel .film was shown by Ernie Silk. Bass Drum Found Greene Supervisor In Car Accident CARROLLTON — John C. Price of Walkerville township escaped injury Thursday evening as he turned off Alternate Route 67 at the Corsa corner near White Hall and his car was struck by a car driven by Mrs. Lola Faye Brown. Mrs. Brown had several children in her car and they were not injured. The truck and rear fender of the Brown car was damaged to such an extent that it could not be driven from t h e scene. Price is chairman of the Greene county board of Supervisors. Tours Europe CARROLLTON — Dr. and Mrs. F. 0. Whiteman have received word from their son, CWO Eugene Whiteman, who is stationed at Marham Field, England, stating that he and the members of his family have just returned to J England from a three-week camp- trip through Europe. f\ TVT V 1 C "I ""S m P "ii-ougn ^urope. Oil INew York SUbway | Tne f am i.i y expects to return to NEW YORK (AP)—A big bass drum with "Let's Go Met" painted on the side was turned over to the lost and found department of the Independent Subway system Friday. It was found, apparently abandoned, on a subway train Thurs day—the day the Mets lost their 12th straight baseball game. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. the United States in the spring of 1964. Awarded Plaque CARROLLTON — A plaque has been awarded the Carrollton Sen ior 9-11 age Khoury League team by Ed Pohlman, county commissioner, for its record of having finished the ' little league seai with 11 wins and only one loss. The pitchers for the season were Jerry Nettles and Roger Schroeder Gushing to Baptize Kennedy's Baby BOSTON (AP)—Richard Cardinal Gushing says he will baptize the eighth child of Atty. Gen. and Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy next Friday in Hyannis. The spiritual leader of Roman Catholics in the Boston Archdiocese said the baptism will take nlace in St. Francis Xavler church, where the Kennedys, including the president, worship when they are on Cape Cod. The eighth child of the former Ethel Skakel was born July 4 in St. Elizabeth's hospital and was named Christopher George Kennedy. He is the fiftli son in the household of the attorney general. 'Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy took their new son home from the hospital Friday. KARACHI — A new Pakistan factory will make cellophane out of local bamboo trees. and the managers were John :iark and Gale Staples. Other members of the team are Danny Cunningham, Phil Bertman, Chris Howard, George Staples, Louis Baumgartner, Doug Petty, Bob Carmody, Jimmy Gourley, Alan Clark, Tim Carmody, Chris Wagonblast, Tom Camerer, David Roth, Jimmy Robinson, Bob Bushnell, Mary Reeder, and Lynn Smith. J & A Springman HAS A FULL LINE OF GARDEN TOOLS Godfrey, III. Ph. Japanese sailors will get raises. er in The Lutheran souri Synod. Church-Mis STOP WISHING . . START DRIVING! Got a "pockotful of (Imams" about a newer cur but lack tho ready cash to nuitcll? Look Into u low cost Auto Loan from us. Action will be fast! Convenient terms! I'UONK HO 3-9314 OK SEJS KENNEV ItLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 311 Uidifc, near Broadway A & P Food Stores Flnsa Biederman Furniture 303-304 Piasa LTON Carson Jewelry Franklin Union 300 E. Broadway SHOP TILL 9 P.M. Hurwitz Jewelers 313 W. 3rd Spiegel Catalog Desk 400 Belle Myers Brothers 3rd and Plasa Sts, Paul's Fabrics 214 W, 3rd Schaeffers 108 W. 3rd Sears Roebuck Co, 305-33 I'ilistt Slock Furniture 303 W. did Thrift Hardware 600 Bwlle FREE PARKING METER MONDAY NIT! . ._ ••"*••"•* ~j* •••••»••«»'' * OA If (MIA • -fl^^ ! ' "•"•••• ; We treat every discussion and banking transaction with the utmost confidence and privacy. You have favored us with your patronage. We pledge to serve you in the manner you so justly deserve. BANK a TRUST COMPANY THIRD A N 0 B E L, u 6* STREETS »<5.»

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