Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JJULV 17,1963 ALTON TOP WINNER Mrs. B. A. Msirsdcn of Jerseyville, old-time wall-lunig kitchen mirror. Hold- top winner in Hie hobby show at Jer- ers on either side were for candles to sey County Fair, and her gr'anddaugli- provide light while papa shaved. Bin ter, Sandra Naylor, demonstrate use of held shaving materials. Mrs. Marsden Top Winner In Jersey Hobby Show Champions Parade •' '' ' *™*i ' '•'.!."' i At Jersey Thursday Cheney Nearly Sweeps Shoiv At Jersey Fair iJERSEYVlLLE — Wilh the exception of one entry, Prentiss D. Cheney of Jerseyville made a cleaj\ sweep with bis entries in Ihc 'horticulture department al Ihc Jersey County Fair. His blue rib bons were for Jonathan, Golden Delicious, Slarkings, Wincsap apples; hlun, yellow, Damson and red plums; Pears of any varie- I.V, except.' sweet; sweel variety poors; purple-and • white grapes. Mrs. Arthur Knuse of Kane was Ihe only other blue ribbon winner MOWERS ,•,;•>!{.;•(;'«,.. ->ip.jfi{} i'.fj; ..jrtij.-'. .-. Godfrey.' Ill; Ph. 400-3431 - JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. B. A. Marsden of Jerseyville repeated her record of last year by capturing a major number of blue ribbons wilh her entries in the hobby show at. the Jersey County Fair. She had a lotal of 20 'firsts in this division. Her winnings were as follows; in antiques, ironstone, porcclan, milkglass, plains, copper, brass, jewelry, paper weights, cups and saucers, dolls, banks, teapots, candleholders, bells, fraternal awards, miscellaneous collection, animals, U.S. Silver coins, foreign currency and miscellaneous coin 'collection, U.S. Copper coins. Show were; Agnes Valstad, Car- •ollton, colored glass; Gayle Nayor, Jersoyville, clear glass, articles of wood, salt and pepper sels, model airplanes; Opal Baldes, Jreeiifielci, China -Majilica,. fans; Virginia Hall, Carrollton, housekeeping utensils; Lyman Fleming, !i rearms (antique).; Mrs. Ruby Weaver, Graflon, arlioles of metal, vases; Mclba Noble, pitchers, miscellaneous articles, miscellaneous spoons, souvenir spoons; Sue • ji 'tkher' Hobby rati'n'i^a fiust-Jn.VBcll'of Georgia" ;pcijches-." .".' ' '."' ' • ', fSupprihtendent" of: this'. , : depart- meni''was Paul Erb, and Roscoe Randall served as judge. SAMPLE SHOE SALE Weiir 4 or 4'AB? Direct factory purcniise. N»- tfllonully Adv. $12.05 lo ;$I8.05 dress shoes. All fjCOioCSi all hunts, 188 mid Speclnll Jusl Received! Shipment ol Men's Nn- tlunnlly Advertised Summer Shoes $0.05, $7.05 Retailers' , Si/,«s (I to 12 but not in nil styles.... 4 88 ; Spocitil ;!<)t of values to '$15.00 I —all heolN, all j^ | sizes, but not I B- iiv nil stylos. ^ Thirties' and Misses' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $ 4 A A Labels I -3? Others. $1.00 to J2.99 | All Sizes 11 ml Colors'In Lot CANVAS SHOES FOfl ENTIRE FAMILY—$1,88 up WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-00 10. Broiulwny—Pliigoiiiilly Opposite Luer JMoolt jjf' JERSEYViLLE,. - Thursday! Will be "Family bay" at the Jersey County fair nnd one of Ihe bUtstftHuIhe features will be the Paramount Society Circus at 8:30 Up (o ! 5 p.m. all children under 15 years of age will he admitted freti at the gale. Prom noon until 5 p.m. all rides will be 10 cents for children. A 'number of contests f o r yoillhb and adults are scheduled throughout the day. The Paramount Sociely Circus presentation In the evening features more than GO people and animals, with animal, aerial, ground comedy acts, comedy mule, monkeys, poodle express etc. Al 8 p. m. there will be a parade of. champion herds. Tonight the McKinley rodeo and Wild West Show will provide the entertainment for falrgoers, be- ginnning al 8:30 p.m Wood River Club Hears Dromgoole WOOD RIVER — Joseph J. Dromgoole, relircd assislanl editor of Ihe Telegraph, Monday noon gave Rolarians a humorous synopsis of Ihe four-monlh European lour he and his wife made since bis retirement Nov. 1, 1962. Dromgoole lold how he "con- dueled.his personal foreign aid program." "If you ever buy a package deal on a European tour don'l believe lhat part about not having to tip," he caulioned those present. "You don'l have lo lip bul you won'l gel back if you don'l." Inlroduced by John Stetson, pro gram chairman, Dromgoole des cribed' some of the numerous ar treasure and oilier esthetic high lights of the trip. After covering numerous Euro pean continenls Dromgoole con eluded his lalk wilh a summary on "Heaven itself," Ireland. Visiting Rotarians al the meet ing included: I. H. Slreeper Byron Morgan, Chuck Jacksoi W. Lawrence, Alton; Ken Sheary Belhallo, and Al Cassens, Ed wardsville. Jorham, Jerseyville,- salt and peppers; Ilcne Sbal'or, Hillview, dolls, mixed collection; Mrs. Esther C. Searls, Medora, souvenir plates,' collection horses, leather articles; Ida Hardwick, Alton,, misc.:animal collection; Mrs. Ogle Jones, "'Eired, ceramics; Lloyd Weaver, Graf ton, articles made of wood; Goldie Moore, articles made of molal; Germane Drainer, Fieldon, dog collection. In original hand painlings, June Marago, Jerseyvilie,. 18; Maxine Stewarl, Brighton, ' Tessie Spangle, Jerseyville. Prenliss Cheney was superinlen- dcnl of the hobby show and the judge was Mrs. Edith E. Scott of Jerseyville. t 14-Fool Falf Falal To Workman. D13CATUR, 111. (AP)—A 14-foot f nil .from the top of a lank Tuesday killed Karol Dean Richardson, 34, a workman al Ihe A.E. SUil'cy Manufacturing Co. Richardson, a resident of Decatur, levos a wife and four children.. Marly Herr was a guest of Leo Ag and Gar den Products o Prizes Awarded at Fair : 1 V | Wood River Post Plans Installation WOOD RIVER — Joint ceremonies for the installation of officers of the American. Legion Post 204 and auxiliary will bo held al 8 p.m, Saturday in the Legion lall following a 6:30 p.m. dinner. Mrs. Leroy Woodard will be scaled as auxiliary president, and lichard Dawson, post command- p. Pasl presidents of the unil were lonorcd al Ihc Monday social meeting of the auxiliary. Mrs. C. McReynolds served as chairman if arrangements. Mrs, Roy Hausman was named delegate, and Mrs. Russell Gibson and Miss Audrey Ullrich, •epresentalives, lo Ihc depart- mcnl convenlion Aug. 1-3 in Chi- Schoenhofen Appointed to Lions' Post WOOD RIVER — Oliver Schoen- dofen was appoinled depuly dis- Iricl governor of dislricl 3 during a meeting of Ihe Lions Club Tuesday nighl al Skaggs. Pins were presenled to members with perfecl atlendance for the past year and Glenn 0. De Alley was proclaimed the "Daddy of Perfect Attendance." William Bono was named chairman of the club's steak nighl for Lions and their wives at the Alton Motorboat Club. Gilbert Helmkamp discussed a proposed golf match between Lions and Rotary Club, but a def- inile date was not sel,, JEliSEYViLLE — Honors In the Ag and Garden Products Division at the Jersey Counly Fair were fairly Well divided this year a •nimhcr of out-of-town exhibitors capturing blue ribbons along with Jersey County people. Those from Jersey Counly receiving blue ribbons were; James Sinclair, sofl wheal; Dale Moore, Medora, Oals; Doris Ceilings, Clover Seed; Leonard Willman, Jerseyville, six ears white popcorn, shelled yellow corn, 2 heads cabbage, shelled lima beans; Goldie Moore, Jerseyville, six ears red popcorn, six ears yellow sweel corn, six turnips; Eddie Heit/dg, Jerseyville, Harosoy soybeans, Mrs. Russell Campbell, Graflon, six carrots, 15 pickling cucumbers. Opal Baldes of Greenfield won a first on her booth display oi 12 ag and garden products. Her other blue ribbons were; Barley, yellow sweet potatoes, red sweel potatoes, six red table beets, six white onions, 12 hot peppers, four tomatoes and two rantaloupes. Fred Hartman of Carrollton re ceived blue ribbons on ear yellow corn, 6 ears yellow popcorn, best bunch red clover, besl grass legume, Hawkeye soybeans, Clark soybeans, all olher varielies soybeans, red polaloes. Alice Harlman of Carrollton had firsl on red radishes, and while radishes and Mrs. James Hartman of Carrollton, on buch of alfalfa. Terry Brockmeyer of Harvel won a Orel on white polaloes; Helen Longmeyer of Rockbridga on wax beans and Allen Gummer- BRIGHTON JAYCEE OFFICERS Brighton Jaycees installed officers Bunting, retiring president; Don BMch- Monclay night. In photo, seated from er, state director, Standing arc John left: Vernon Matlach, secretary-treas- Mellott, left, principal speaker at, the nrer; Gene St. Cin, international vice- installation, and Bob Miller, president president; Mike Lucas, president; Chuck of Alton Jaycees. Flower Arrangement Prizes o JKKSKYVILLK — In the floriculture division of Jersey Counly Kair, Mrs. Goldie Moore of Jcr snyville won hint 1 ribbons for the best flower arrangement for dining table, best all-white arrangement and best flower arrangement with dried materials. She also took a first on five gladioli and best basket arrangement of glads. Mrs. Agnes Valtal of Carrollton showed the best flower arrangement with fruit or candles and the best in an unusual container. Mrs. Rollie Ruylc of Rockbridge won the largest number of blue ribbons in this division, her win nings including six small zinnias, six large xinnas, six poppes, six nasturtiums, six small phlox and six verbenias. A close second in numbers was Mrs. Opal Baldes of Greenfield with five blue ribbons. These were for six stalks sweetpeas, six per enninl swept peas, six small marigolds, six small dahlias, and pot led varigated geraniums. Oilier blue ribbon winners were: Mrs. Hugh Moore, Jerseyville, six snapdragons, six large phlox; Mrs. James Hartman, Carrollton, six large marigolds, six double petunias, six pinks and corsage in celophane bag! Fred Hartman, Carrollton, six daisy varieties, six- single petunias, and potted geranium; Mrs. B. A. Marsden, Jerseyville six salvia, six large dahlias, six pansies, and potted foliage other than Coleus- Ronnie Kallal, Medora, one Illy my variety; Bertha Willmati, Jerseyville, three lilies any variety; Forene Busch, Jerseyville, potted pink gentium, potted while geran- um, potted red geranium; Mrs. Marvin Isringhausen, Jerseyville, Potted single African violet, potted double African violet; Gale Griffith, .Jerseyville, polled small leaf Begoniz; Helen Longmeyer, Rockbridge, polled large leaf Begonia, Potted ivy; Grace Karr, Jerseyville, polled tuberous begonia, potted fern; Mrs. Howard Busch, potted foliage Coleus and collection of 3 potted plants. Mrs. Morris Elliott was superintendent, Mrs. Esther Hoffstet- ler, assislanl superinlcndent, and Ralph K. Egelhoff was judge. Wilson and L. D. London was a guest of Bob Cannedy. WOOD RIVER — A portion of Ihe 77 new members of Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce, recruited during a recent membership drive, were "oriented" on functions of the chamber during a breakfast Ibis morning. Chamber Presidenl Clarence Jabusch introduced directors to the guests. Director Ed Underwood told of past accomplishment of Ihe chamber, ciling such things as orientation 'meetings with shopping center promoters and .occupants and wilh other chambers in Ihe Eat 8 meals a day — lose 5-10-16 IbB. Delightfully delicious Slim-Mint helps control appetite, ~ Makos'rcducIngeaBf lor, more enjoyable, Safe, Al Thrifty. Oruu. SUM-MINT GUM THE ONLY TW& BOOKS A BRIDE NEEDS / >TO START- HER NEW LIFE New C. of C. Members Oriented at Wood River sheimer of Kane, on green beans in pod. Mrs. Rollie Ruyle of Rockbridge look blue ribbons on three slicing cucumbers, leaf lettuce and one Koloraba. Mrs. Ella Wagner also of Rockbridge on six red onions, six yellow onions, Chinese cabbage, walermelon and six sweet pepper mangoes. Mrs. Emeline Crotchett of Kane exhibited the largest egg in that division and other blue ribbons she received were for displays of a dozen. Lee Nail of Jerseyville took first on dozen white eggs unde" 24 ounces and dozen white 24 to 26 ounces. Opal Baldes of Greenfield had first on dozen white eggs, 27 ounces or over. Paul Erb-was-superintendent of Ibis department and Roscoe Randall was judge. (this is for the kitchen.,, ou get It in a book store ' Ithan Allen oi i.MU 1 ! iMi'ltli.'.A.N K'hM'I'i Kv, (this it for the whole house. . .you got it , from us for ,,,,,,,,..,,,.. pRiE) "We try to cooperate with other chambers in hopes that we will not be working at cross purposes with them on specific projects," he said. : He also mentioned Ihe chamber's participation in sponsoring the Wood River Community Chorus, the youth placement proi gram, under the direclion of William Holder and the town forums being sponsored by Ihe chamber. Alvin K. Stolze, another director, outlined the present activities of the chamber. Stolze cited the chamber's cooperation with t h e Downtown Wood River Businessmen's As sociation of the Southern Illinois University shoppers survey and the current project on promoting the erection of .four large highway type signs on the leading roads into Ihe township. Lee Allerton, another vice pros ident of the chamber, discussed plans of the Mure, pointing out thai the chamber has "gone into motion" and Is steadily progress ing on improving the township. Jeanno Yakublan told guests how they could be active In the chamber and Clarence Dunn, exe culive secretary, gave a resume of his duties and said the chambtn is only as good as its members Following Dunn's remarks a brief question and answer period was held for Ihe guests to gair further Information. Dunn, after returning to his of fico this morning, indicated tha the new members not able to at Early American Wot for SURE TO VISIT OUR BEAUTIFUL SECOND FLOOR , We Ham a Comprehensive Collection of: § ITALJAN PROVINCIAL t PJNKTTKS f SIMMONS $ SKUTA t CIIIMIBBN'S DPUUINQ FUKN1TUKK PARK FREE Tickets Stamped Here! Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerve* that control regularity. When you arc tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAIU tablet) relieve this misery with a new principle—a Unique coipnle n*rve stimulant pl«* special bulking action as recommended by many doctors. Result? COLONAIU puts your colon back to work-i-fently relieves constipation ovwnlfht. You feel |F9*H QH sUnlcBUy'proved IntroduftPO' ito 43* end the breakfast might be incited in groups of 15 lo altend egular noon directors' meelings. Lasl conflicl in which generals personally led their troops into aclion was Ihe Civil War. SPORTSWEAR SALE! You'll recognize these T-Shirts, Pedal Pushers, Bermudas, etc., made by a well known Westerp manufacturer. ENTIRE STOCK SPORTSWEAR OFF (if- SALE STARTS JULY I8«h BOUNCING BABY WATERPROOF PANTIES Goodyear Vinyl- liilm — Lanolized for greater soft-" noss. Full cut — Boilable — Nylon covered elastic waist and leg openings. S-M-L-XL. PR. Machine washable-colprfast 100% combed cotton Stripes, solids; crew-neck or button shoulder: Premium quality. Won't sag, stretch, shrink. Finest/ workmanship, long wear/ full comfort cut. Children's crew-neck; 3-6X. Toddlers', infants'; 2-button shoulder. SANFORIZED GOWNS & KIMONOS WASH-WEAR COTTON DIAPER SUITS Sale 1.44 Top quality. Girls' styles: ruffle-trim panties. Boys'; shorts or pants. 9-18 months. JL for I Cotton flannel, less (ban l°i shrinkage. Soft, comfortable. Nursery solid colors, arid prints. Lace ribbons. Birth- 6 mos. UNDERSHIRTS...Girl's cap- shoulder, boy's crew neck. Cotton knit. Sizes 2 to 6X. UNDERPANTS...Girls' cotton-rayon Eiderlon: boys' Sanitized*cotton. 2 to 6X. RECEIVING BLANKETS... Bouncing Babyf soft washable cotton. 26 x 34" size DIAPERS...package of 12, Bouncing Baby*absorbent birdaeye cotton, 27 x 27" 2^*1 1.77 "Cluirge-lt" No Money Down. Take 30 days. , or months to pay. FULL-SIZE CRIB WITH MATTRESS $ 19 88 108W. 3rd Allan Crib: sturdy wood; 3-position support. Mattress: 36-coil;wet resistant fabric. COMFORT-LINER STROLLER Sale 9.88 Sturdy chrome-plated frame; 3-position back; adjustable footrest; padded; easy-fold. OVER 1000 GRANT STORES COAST-TO-COAST ESTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER * \

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