Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
Page 11
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Section 2 11*18 Ctmlfted Established January 15, 183Q. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JtJLY 15, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated ... •-. •- — .~~.-- „.--,.--... Jersey 4-H JDelegates Picked for State Fair JERSEYVILLE — Girls-who will represent Jersey County In the style revue nt the Illinois State Fair wore chosen at the annual Home EC 4-H Achievement bay Friday at the Holy Ghost Parish Hall/ Garments to be sent to the slate fair due to the ttuallly of their construction were also chosen at this- time. Modeling at the slate fair from here Will bo Carol Cox, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Herschel Cox, Lucky 13 Club, Sherry Gaffney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lerdy Gaffney, Fidelity Busy Bee; Wononn Fritz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschol Frit/.. Fidelity Busy Bees: Donna Bruggeman daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John W. Quirk, Fidelity Busy Bees; and Sharon Pafsell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold |Parsell, of Lucky 13. Garments exhibited by the following will be sent to the slate fair on construction: Laura Rich, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. \Jack Rich and 'Joyce Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore, both of Fidelity Busy Bees. 1 Alternates are: Susan Trantham, duaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tranlham, Cindy Ton. sor, daughter ,ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tonsor, Debbie Hellzlg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hoilzig, and Peggy Pahlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pohlman, nil of Fleldon Home EC,; and Linda Gilworth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gilworth, of Ba1«e and Stitch Club. All entries were judged and winners and A ratings in various clothing projects were as Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. Now COLONAID tablets relieve this misery with a new principle—a unique colonic nerve stimulant plus special bulkingaction as recommended by many doctors. -ReSult? 'XSoLON'Xtb* puts your colon back to work—-gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great I Get clinically-proved COLONAID today. Introductory size 43* 1 follows: Busy Beavers: Yvonne Mousing, Margaret and Kathleen Mdlloy, Debbie Rice, Mil- He Wade and Brenda Klnsey. Fidelity BUsy Bees, Donna Bruggeman, W a n o n a Frit?:, Sherry Gaffncy, Paula Gorhtim, Mary jo Knllal, Cathy Lowts, Toyce Moore, Patricia Moore, Laura Rich, Janet Ryder, Sally Schanfcr, Cindy and Kathy Senrls, and Sharon TonsoV, Floldon Home EC, Margaret Bishop, Laura Erwin, Judy Hamilton, Bebo Kay, Peggy;Pohlman,' Becky Powers, Veronica pruitt, Janle Rlna. hguson, Cindy Tonsor, Joan t'onsor, Susan Trnnlhain, Joy Whllchead, Debb.le Hcltzlg. Jolly Jills: Judy Allen, Andrea Looper, Lois Lurlon. ',. Plasa Bluffs: Mary and Nancy Blackorby, Linda Georgevlls, Barbara Hoffman, Jane Wiltman and Nancy Wltlmnn. Humming Birds: Janet Murrell. Town and County: Susan Becker, Sue Collins, Cheryl Davis, Pamela Davis, Theresa Kallal, Carolyn Klrbach, Linda Klrbach, Betsy McLaren, Connie Pero, Barbara Schell, Pali'icia Taake, Marie Walsh, Dlanna Wendle, and Roberta Young. All entries in three clothing clubs achieved "A" rulings. They were: Rosedale Hustlers: Karen and Marilyn Crull, Deborah Franz, Linda Oilman, Brenda Rodgers, Jackie, Joyce, Judy and Susie Scott and Linda Williams; Bake and. Stitch: Karen Snow, Maryann Ritchey, Jean McDaniels, Karen Loy, Vickie Jones, Linda Gilworlh, and Roberta Frost; Lucky 13, Linda Everts, Carol Cox, Kathryn Berger, Sharon Parsell, Brendn Rlnghausen, Margaret Roberts, Mary Ann Sunderland and Sue Threlkeld. Foods projects receiving "A" ratings were: Fidelity Busy Bees, Diane Her r y, Donna ;rueggeman, Sherry Gaffney, Cynthia Groom, Mary Jo Kallnl, Sandra Landwehr, Knthy bins- ley, Cathy bowls, Jo^ce and Patricia Moore, Janet Ryder, Sally Schaefer, Cindy Searls, Kathy Earls, ..Melodee Searls, Sharon Tonsor, and Wanona Fritz; Lucky 13, Sue Threlkeld, Money Margaret Roberts, Sharon Parsell, Pat.1 Martin, Cathy Sue Hunter, Peggy and Nancy Marl, •lane Frazlor, Carol Cox, Kathryn Berger and Susan Beach; Bake and, Karen Snow, Jean McDaniels, Karen Loy, Vickie Jones, Roberta Frost; Jolly Jills, Nancy Allen, Deborah Bailey, Marela Bechtold, Rose Mary Cronln, Kalhy Noble. Busy Beavers, Yvonne Mensing, Margaret Molloy, Kathleen Molloy, Debbie Rice, Carol Varble, Brenda Klnsey; Humming Birds, Kathy Rousseau; Piasa Bluffs, Nancy Blackerby, Roxann Dunse; •Town and Country, Jackie Charow, Kinda Klrbach, Cynthia Madson, Kathy Madson, Connie Pero, Virginia Schell, Jean Thurston, Roberta Young and'Jane, Fleming; Rosedale Hustlers, Deborah Franz,' Llndn Gilmsn, Judy and Susie/Scott;'' ; ' "'•' ;'• '. • Fleido'H' Home EC, Jane Kanallakan,.'Susan Traritham, Joan and Cindy , Tonsor, Beverly Powers, Becky Powers, Peggy Polilmah, Peggy, Pamela and Gene Isringhausen, Debbie Heitzlg, Janet Gettings. Carlinville Pair to Mark Anniversary CARLINVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trakmat of 515 Den- iy St., will observe their 50th wed- ling anniversary Tuesday. They plan to spend the day quietly. The couple was married July 16, ]913 in Collinsville by the Rev. Father F. A. Marks. Mrs. Trnkin- il is the former Anna Shimkus. He is a retired coal miner. They have lived in Carliriville 44 years. Mr. and Mrs. Trakinnt are parents of six daughters and two sons, Mrs. John Biondi, Mrs. Arthur Bioncli, Mrs. Donald Kuntzmann, Albert Frank and Robert E f ..Trakinat,; all,, of CarlinvJlle; Mrs. Verne McGough of* Hyattsville, Md., and Mrs. Louis Mosele of Alton. They have 17 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. - CONSOLIDATE If you are unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills when due, arrange payments you can afford regardless of how much or how many you owe. One place to pay. No co-signers or security needed! ALTON BUDGET PLAN 309 RIDGE Bonded and Licensed HO 5-2011 fU •••••••• Open Saturdays 'Til Noon JERSEYVILLE — A purse of AGO is being offered in the Western Horse Show to bo staged at 8:30 tonight at the Jqrsey Coun- y Fair which opened today at the American Legion park for a seven day exposition. Oren Priest is superintcndndenl of Ihe show and Robert Reese will serve as announcer. Classes for Ihe show arc: grand entry, parade class, handy horse, unlor please class, flag race, musical chnir, clover leaf, boot ELECTRIC PLANT Pile driving is a major operation at construction site of new $70,000,000 electric power plant of Union Electric Co. at Portage des Sioux in St. Charles, Mo. Among other things, piling driven to bedrock will support a 600-foot smoke stack. Six Entered in Macoupin Pageant THINKING ONLY OF SELF DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Des Moines Police Detective James L. McGuire reports: A friend operates a funeral escort service. Recently the escort held up several cars to permit n funeral procession to pass. One motorist became furious over the delay, followed the hearse to the cemetery, and berated the funeral director at the burial plot. COOK'S PAINTS CARLINVILLE—Two additional contestants have entered the Miss Macoupin County Fair Queen conlesl. They are Miss Conslance McGrady as Miss Gillespie, and Miss Annamarie Sheerin as Miss Virden. The others previously announced are Miss Dorothy Jean Kanllakan as Miss CarlinvJlle; Miss Mary Lee Weeks as Miss Staunton; Miss Mary Carr as Miss Southweslern; and Miss Sherry Frey as Miss Girard. The queen contestants will ap pear for the first time at 8 p.m Thursday at the county fairgrounds. Crowning of the queen will take place at 9 p.m. Friday in front of the grandstand at the fair. There will be a free gate the first day and night at the Macoupin County Fair which opens Tuesday morning at the fairgrounds north of Carlinville, continuing through Saturday. A horse show has been plannec lor Tuesday night beginning at 7 p.m. Anyone is eligible to enter until show time. The program i; being sponsored by the Town and Country Wranglers Club of Macoupin County. There will be the following classes: flag race, egg the fabulous, new WALLPAPER COLLECTBON.. with MATCHING FABRICS! 5 Edivardsville Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Five are; residents were admitted to SI Joseph's Hospital, Highland, dining the past weekend and t w < patients were discharged, Admitted were: Albert Mei kamp, 529 Kansas; Joseph Todd 318 Hillsboro; Mrs. Esther Finkn Rte. 1; Miss Deborah Kahle, 50 North Buchanan; Otto Homann 3 Onk Hill Drive. Discharged were: Mrs. Lorainc Lewis, Rte. 3; Bertrand Balke Rte. 2. ace, through the barrel race vand weaving, junior and mixec ileasure, mixed quarter horse pleasure. Several hundred dol ars in prizes will be awarded. Horse Show Set Tonight at Jersey .scramble and rescue race. Sheep and dairy exhibits will je judged Tuesday. This will be Merchants' Day at the fair with street parade at 1 p.m. and he Jnycocs Beauty Pageant at 8 p.m. Harness racing takes place fit 2:30 p.m. BERLIN — A ring of jewel thieves operating inside of the Iron Curtain is reported to have struck at the Kremlin. Rain Boom To Crops in Jersey Area J ERSEYVILLE—Crops in Jersey County were given another ;ood shot in the arm Friday night and Saturday morning by a rain that ranged from nine lenths of an inch to one.and a half inches. The rainfall over much of the county was the second good one in the pasl two weeks. Friday night the southwestern area of the county was included in the downpour. In the Otterville and Otter Creek Township vicinity a total of nine tenths of an inch of rain fell. In the Grafton area a similar amount fell during the night. Farmers predicted Saturday that early planted corn will make a large yield without any additional rainfall, and late planted crops could produce if moisture were to cease for several weeks. The outlook for soybeans is excellent. * <*' .***V»PV* *n"t«i / '- -• '"*!&:,•.<..:.< ._.,, - '*"<'»,';«''/,'" i '<•"'* ," J' 1 ;-" _-rf '»^*^ / ' / t/a i* i , ' jj . .', i ,*r*"~-"' 37 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO, STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 ROXANA DRUG STORE "Prescription Specialists" Store Hours: 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily During Week Ample Off the Street Parking Space Phone: CL 4-8724 139 NSW HIGHEST QUALITY Come in and ** the many bqme dccormjpn pjapf, h> Coronndp thai ' bejiury tlucnmhoui FRQW i. All P*JR e « are * 0il P gnl ' ly^icr w ? i .'.x. , - V-. • ..' Mdchlng f'bflt for " 9 I ,9 $J|f COOK'S PAINTS u,,A,m'^ mm Postal rates are up in India. 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