Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 16, 1963
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Section 2 Amutemtmtt Established January IS, 1636. ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Madison Fair Opens departments of Entries the artffml Madison County Fair, !5i«Fbe held in Lindfendale Pnrki Highland, beginning fues» day, July' 23 and continuing through Saturday night, July 27, are being received this week. The entries tor all departments but livestock and poultry close Friday night at which time the office at 1016 Laurel street, Will be closed. It will re-open on the Fairgrounds Monday morning, July 22, but not to receive entries. . Persons with objects and ani mals to display, will be competing for cash prizes totaling $32,498, plus ribbons and trophies. Advance requests for display space Indicate that commercial exhibits will be as numerous as in previous years when new farm machinery, appliances and commercial displays valued at more than • $500,000 were on the Fairgrounds. Animals of all kinds entered for competition, are expected to exceed 1750. An outstanding educational exhibit will be the United States Atomic Energy Commission's "This Atomic World" exhibit which is presented by the Onk Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies, Oak Ridge, Tenn. This new and timely program features demonstrations'on the beneficial applications of nuclear energy, and graphic displays explaining the uses of nuclear energy in space explorations. Officers of the fair association have booked for this year's entertainment in the arena, as follows: Tuesday, 2:30 p.m., Madison County 4-H Horse Show. Tuesday,' 8 p.m., Tex Ritter, movie cowboy and recording star. Wednesday, 8 p.m., Jerry Murad's Harmonicats and the amazing Henneberry's. Thursday, 8 p.m., International Auto Daredevils Thrill.Show. Friday, ,-7:30 p.m., Light and Western Horse Show with the Champion St. Louis Moolah Mounted Lancers and the popular 4-H- Saddlelites Drill ,team as added attractions. ? Saturday, 7:30 p.m., The arena scheduled to close wilh stock car races. Throughout the Fair, afternoon and evening, Fair-goers will be entertained by the popular Otto Schultz and his German Band. The Carnival attractions are booked by Rohr's Modern Midway. The Madison County Fair makes no charge for entering the grounds. There is a 50-cent charge for parking cars on adjacent land. NewKaneBaptist Sunday School Officers Named KANE — Twenty-three new officers of the Kane Baptist Church Sunday School were recently nam ed. They include: June Crawford, secretary; Barbara and Linda Weller, pianists; and teachers Ralph Greene, Mrs. C. E. Hutchens, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weller, Warren Greene, Mrs. Chet Ray, Mrs. A, Clendenen, Mrs. Ernest Abbott, Richard Rough, Mrs. Loring Carr, Mrs. Byron Erwln, Mrs, William Harmon, Miss Alice Wooldridge, Mrs. Wayne AVillia, Mrs. Lloyd Anderson, Mrs. Hubert Mourning, Mrs. Bob Elmore, Florence Shane, Mrs. Harold Shane, .and Judy Ashiock, Spend Week at Camp Jesse Downey, Ricky Guilander, David Turner, Donald Grot- chett and Jlmmie Woolsey spent the past week at the Baptist Camp at Lake Springfield. Kcturos From Nursing Homo Mrs. F. M. Crawford; who has been a patient at the Waters Nursing Home for the past three months, was brought fa her home Saturday. 2 Seek Cenlrulia Postmustership • N (AP)^The Civil ServicsScpnimlsslon announced Mx>nday*mpljca,tions from two persons h|v^bgen received tor the postmasterqjjjp pi Centralla, JU. DUKE BAKERY Henry -Dlftl HO w FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY Wtddlng and Parry Cokti David Shakofsky (right) of Brighton, and Jimmy Kirchner of Jerseyville, show Heather Girl, champion Shetland mare in the "under three" class at Jer- roiv sey County Fair. Shakofsky owns the pony, Kirchner assisted in grooming animal for the show. Hai'din Club Program Set ForThursday HARD1N — The local achievement program of Hardin Busy Bees 4-H Club has been set for 8 p.m. Thursday In the basement of the Farm .Bureau building and will be open to the public. Cathy Miller, club president, will act as master of ceremonies. An Intermission strelcher will bo directed by Nancy Carmody and group singing will be led by Debbie Poore. Foods demonstrations will bo given by Marilyn Devenlng, Debbie Lorton, Martha Carmody and Barbara Caselton, Karen Breden and Gerri Poht will demonstrate flower arrangements. Talks will be given by Karen Breden, Marie Gresham, Patty Hanks, Nikki Pohl, Judy Weishaupl, Susie Poore and Linda Casolton. Exhibits of foods, clothing, flower arrangements, dining table covers, photography and other projects will be on display during the evening. The program will close with a style revue, with the club members modeling the garments they have made. Cathy Miller will be the narrator. Members of the Hardin Homemakers Extension unit, sponsor of the Busy Bees, will serve refreshments following the program. Hamel Lutheran Teachers Announced HAMEL — Teachers and the grades they will teach at St. Paul's Lutheran school this fall are: Miss Ruth Kleinschmidt, grades 1 and 2. Miss Judy Schroeder, grades 3, 4 and 5. William Brandt, grades 6, 7, ,8. Walther League HAMEL — The Walther League of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will have recreation at 7:30 p.m. today followed by a meeting at 8:30. Bob Gehner and Dale Reising will give the Topic. Those in charge of recreation are Phil Engelke and Tom Martin. EDWARDSVILLE - Schedul- ig of 4-H club dress modeling t Madison County Fair was «n- nounced Monday by the office of Vtrs. Elaine Wendler, Madison County home advisor, following lompetition Friday at Trinity jiitheran School Gymnasium by Bounty Four-H Club girls. Tuesday, July 23, skirts and carves will be modeled by: Nhn- :y Meberer and Donna Henk- laus, Quercus Grove; Jane lans and Linda Coot>er, Moro; •Susan Flath, Cindy Droy and La- ilta Duslan, Troy) Margaret Men- •hak, Karah Moxley, Marie Wild- uiber and Linda Bacon, Marine; <athleen Hillrner and Mary Alien, D in Oak; Rita Ann Stille and oyce Ruehrup, Alhambra; Paua Stewart, Carol HargraVe, Deb ic Koenig, Ellen Kotlwitz, Ka- hie Meikamp, Marilyn Ratzloff, Barbara Schocnlebcr, T y a n n Becker and Kalhy Bartels, Ed vardsville; Rita Frillman, Libery Prairie; Patsy Wlnel,. Lynn Stoff, Pamela Seefeldt, Jo Ellen teiner, Kathy Wilhelm, Nancy irotefendl, Highland; Cathy Kochan, Godfrey; Susan W. Ring- ring, Debbie Scalurro and Connie Thomas, Granite City; Marie Contralto, Linda Herren, Kathy j. Anderson, Gail Haywood, Col- insville; Carolyn Meyer and Bety Jo Brunnworth, Hamel; Karen rnst, New Dougas; Ginetta Sridges and Rita Fenton, Bethal- o. School Dresses School dresses for age 13 and mder will be modeled Wednesday, July 24, by: Judith White and Black Knights Win Again at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The ninth annual drum and bugle corps con- tesf:'attracted' a large crowd at he Jersey County Fair at the opening of the exposition Sunday evening. The Black Knights of Belleville, seven-time winner of the Jersey Carrollton To Renew i Fund Drive CARROLLTON - A concentrated effort will be made Saturday, July 20, to complete -the American Red Cross drive in Carrollton township and raise the quota of $1,450, of which only $940 has been received to date. The drive is being sponsored by the township chairmen, Floyd Howard and Frank Kuhnline, and will begin at 8:30 a.m., when all the workers will meel at the Knights of Columbus Hall, then make a house to house canvass. Hospital Noles CARROLLTON — Two babies svere born over the weekend in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kilby Giberson of Carrollton are the parents of a daughter born Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gourley are the parents of a daughter born Saturday. Mrs, Winifred' Logan, wife of Roy Logan of Eldred, entered 'the lospitnl Monday morning f o r treatment for a fractured ankle which she suffered when she stepped in a hole while ' hanging clothes in (he,, yard at her home. George Howdeshell of Eldred was admitted Saturday as a medical patient. Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Martha Slbley and daughter of Carrollton and Mrs. Luuralea Barnes and daughter of Rockbridge. At Fort Leonard Wood CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ashford have received word that their, son, William J. Ashford, is taking his eight- week basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Ashford recently enlisted in the U.K. airborne troops and has Just arrived at the camp, where he is to begin training. County Fair championship, retained the title, winning first place with a 83.05 score; 'This group, Illinois Slate Fair Champions and Past National AMVET Champs, is noted for its intricate drill formations and unusual music arrangements. Second place went to American-Woodman, St. Louis champs, who scored 75.57; third place v/as won by the Gabriel-ettes, Belleville, with 74.72; fourth place winner was another Belleville group "The Bellettes" with 73.10 points; and fifth place was receiv- ed by Memorial Lancers of South Kinloch Park, Mo. whose score was 64.1. The Piasa Indian Baton Dril Team of Alton, Illinois champions presented a demonstration. They are state champions. Jersey Accident Victims Treated JERSEYVILLE—Lucky Hughes, 21, of Jerseyville suffered a fracture of the right ankle Sunday morning and was hospitalized at Jersey Community Hospital. He slipped and fell as he was getting into a cabin cruiser, William-Bushnell, 21, of Jerseyville was injured in a two-car accident Sunday. He was making a left hand turn into a driveway and his vehicle was struck from behind by another car. He was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where X-ray examination was made. He suffered injury to his left shoulder when he hit it on a door post. Yvonne Young, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, William Young of Jerseyville was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at 9:15 a.m. Sunday following a car collision at the corner of West Pearl and Washington. She hit her m o u t h against the steering wheel receiving a contusion of the right upper lip. John Gray, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gray of Jerseyville, was swimming Sunday afternoon and stepped on an object, lacerating the big toe of his right foot. He was taken'to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment. Diane Laslle, 5, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Laslie of Godfrey, cut her left foot on some broken glass when she jumped in- to'a tub of water ; Sunday evening. She was treated at Jersey Community Hospital. Angela Pieper, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Pieper of Jerseyville, fell at her home Monday and hit her lower right leg on a water trough, cutting it. She was 'taken, to the hospital for treatment. Humel Unit to Meet July 17 HAMEL - The Hamel Home Extension Unit will have a -politick .dinner at noon at Quercus Grovo School, July 17. Tlie major lesson will be: "Good Care Means Long ev Wear." Officers will be in, stalled. 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BROAPWAY W000RIVSR AtTOW Dial 25^0601 HO 2-?246 ami Friauy NllfMs yjj(ll 8iUQ Madison Fair Models Chosen Lois Ann Buchta, Quercus Grove; Marcella Dorsey, Virginia Hans, Charlene be Werff, Nancy Cooper, Cathy Hendricks and Carla Ursprung, Moro; Kay Messmer, Connie Frank and Mnrla May, Marine; Connie Mersinger, Patty Mason and Jo Ann Taake, Troy; Caryl Kencht, Pin Oak; Sue Margrave, Vickie Stewart, Bonita Schoenleber, Andrea Deist, Ton! Becker, Kay Aubrocht and Marjory Yack, Edwarclsvillc; Pnlti Gulp and Marshia Tick, Bethalto; Patli Slein, Debbie Chepcly, Julie Belobraydic, Cathy Ramatowski and Kathleen Lacy, Maryville; Carolyn Ann Thole, Kay Brendel, Mary Sell/,, Bonnie Lee Dubaeh, Carol Rozum, Beverly Seefeldt, Jeannine Helm, Highland; Connie Knebel, Collinsville; Carol Robertson, Peggy Ellen King, Elaine Tadlock, Donna Danco, Terri Cell, Pamela Brewer, Linda Brewer, Glenda Brewer, Chrisly Brave and Dotlie Belaeri, Gran ite City; Diane Schumacher, Betty Halbe and Judith Ann Sievers, Hamel; Marie Steelman and Paula Bcrtels, Dorsey; Cheryl Diesen, Michelle Hosto, Cheryl Sauerwein and Marilyn Ruehrup, Alhambra; Peppy Widicus, St. Jacob. School dresses, 14 years and older, will be modeled Thursday, July 25 by: Carol Vieth, Quercus Grove; Delores Voegele, Mary Ann Hencke, Jane Marie Gilomen and Jean Lee Gilomen, Marine; Sandra Saboff, Janice Klein, Pat Dorsey, Jeanne Dorsey, Marjorie Cooper, Moro; Ruth Gusewelle, Worden; Christine Weber, Diane Hogue, Linda Smith, Roberta Gross, and Marian Cofrell, Edwardsville; Eileen Gindler and Victoria Ottweln, Troy; Sandy Schmidt, Pin Oak; Mary Wentler, Livingston; Brenda Scherff, Prairielown; Kay Pemberton, Maryville; Judith Walter, Theresa Droste, Pat Groshans, Kathy Jackson, Margie Blair and Marilyn Gorsham, Godfrey; Helen Thole, Cynthia Raeber and Donna Ploeher, Highland; Barbara Lerch. Granite City; Jeanne Gieszelmann, Susan Meyer, Diane Ruppel, Cathy Dawes, Dorsey; Diane Ulrich, New Douglas; Carolyn Hornal, Collinsville. July 26 Showing Party, sports, church and miscellaneous outfits will be modeled Friday, July 26, by: Laurel Brase, Quercus Grove; Beverly Cooper, Moro; Frances Kuhn, Pin Oak; Barbara Barton, Barbara Wood, Mary M. Uran, Donna Kinney, Diane Kinney, Gail Hamilos, Mary Skinner, Cheryle Guth, Marilyn Bondegard, Kathy Brave, Laura Massie and Barrie Massie, Granite City; Vida Best, Livingston; Joan Bellmann, Troy; Karen J. Werts, Linda Szegedy, Dianne K a n n i n g, Mary Alice 0 e t k e n and Hildegarde Kanning, Bethalto; Carol Ann Meyer and Janet Meyer, Prairietown; Adele Lozier, Maryville; Marian Beyer, St. Jacob; Kathy Bellm, Debbie Bellm, Marilyn Bellm, Donna Helm, Jan Widmer, Mari Koelz, Mary Jane Huelsmann, Sandy Gibbons, Kathleen Frey, Mary Jane Koch, Kathy Miller, Highland; Gail Lando, Donna Cook, Pnm Black, Kftftfffi Becker, Carol Bosche, Edwards* Hie; Kareri Koeller, Godfrey! L,ytida Knebel, Rita Boehrn, Col- insvllle; G1 e n h a Watnecke, Che,ryl Frey, Kathleen Beck, Grant Fork; Judy Elaine Sievers and Deanna Hemann, Hamel; July Deen, Marilyn Whltlock, Dotsey; Faye Ruehrup, Alhambta, Carleen Kasubke, New Douglas; Mary Alice Arthur, St. Jadob. Judges for the clothing entries Friday were the following home advisors and their assistants; Mrs. Lila Allison, Bond County; Mrs. Elizabeth Hoffman, M o ri- roe County; Mrs, Shirley Jones, advisor, and Miss Alice Greenwood, assistant, Montgomery County; Miss Catherine Ray, assistant, St. Clair County; Mrs. Esther Schmidt, advisor, and Mrs. Jean Pickett, assistant, Sangamon County. Palisades Fun House Burns FORT LEE, N.J. CAP)—The interior of the fun house at Palisades Amusement Park was destroyed by fire today. Anna Cook, manager of the park, estimated the damage at a quarter of a million dollars. Fire Chief James F. McGravv of Cliffside Park said he believed the fire was started by an electrical short circuit. 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