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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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ALTON EVENING f, JUL¥ It, 19^ The Congrega !16!W1 dflffch young women's fel loWsMp will meet Thursday eve- rting ftl the home of Mrs. Melvin Lawrence. Woo'dlitifti Notes Mr. and Mrs. Meal of Winter Haven, tlft., are visiting their sons and daughters-in-law* Mr. and Mrs. Enri Meal and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Heal. Mrs. Ora Fleming of Harrisburg, Mo., and granddaughter, Miss Sherry Rhoads of Kansas City and Mrs. Ciny Wilhite of Columbia, Mo., Were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walz and the Misses Vera and Ruth Bouillon. Mrs. Floyd Bostick and children left Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Max Zeuner, in Alfeld, Germany. Debby Walz is spending this .week at a Carbondale church camp. May*9 Column National Farm Safety Week Schedule Listed MELBOURNE — Australia re ports a cloudy foreign trade picture with exception of woo exports. WbfGood-W Charlie Suffers Uneasy Bladder Unwise eating or drinking may be a source of mild,'but annoying bladder irritations — making you feel restless. tense, and uncomfortable. And if restless nights, with nagging backache, headache or muscular aches and pains due to over-exertion, strain or emotional upset, are adding to your misery —don't wait—try Doan's Pills. Doan's Pills act 3 ways for speedy relief. 1 — They have a soothing effect on bladder irritations. 2 — A fast pain- relieving action on nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pains. 3 —A wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the kidneys, tending to increase the output of the 15 miles of kidney tubes. So, get the.same happy relief millions have enjoyed for over 60 years. For convenience, ask. for the large- size. Get Doan's Pills today! Doan's fiy TilWtAN W. MAV Mndlson County Fnrm Advisor Here is a daily schedule for home observance of National Farm Safety Week July 21-27. How about reading the paragraph for the day at breakfast each morning next week? Sunday, Reverence for Life: Take time to take care. Be safety conscious and open-minded lo safety suggestions. Remember — most accidents need not happen, serve no desirable or construe T. W. May live purpose. It's up to the individual — a moral responsibility — to act safely always to protect nnd prevent harm to himself and others. Monday, Safety Begins at Home: Neat and orderly farm homes nre safer homes. Have a safe place for everything, and keep everything in its place. Eliminate unsafe practices in the kitchen and elsewhere. Check electric appliances so that they are in safe repair. Tuesday, Agricultural Chemicals: Chemicals are becoming more widely used in agriculture and about the farm home. Always read the label, use as directed, store in original containers — away from children — and n locked cabinets. Dispose of empty containers safely. Don't Hurry Wednesday, Prevent Falls: 3ood planning reduces the temptation to hurry, means better production and fewer accidents. Repair or discard broken, unsafe ladders. Place guards on hazardous places. Neatness eliminates he causes of many falls. Stairs And steps need to be well lighted. Thursday, Rural Highway Safety: Courtesy is one key to raffic safety. Observe rules of safe driving and walking on •oadways. Remove trees, weeds and shrubs at farm entrances and ntersections to improve visibility, Obey the "Signs of Life." Friday, Farm Machinery: Make sure all farm equipment is in safe operating condition. Keep ;uards and safety devices in slace. Always stop machines be- bre unclogging, oiling or adjust- ng them. Farm equipment should be well marked with flags and properly lighted. Saturday, Recreation Safety: Take safety seriously — everywhere — all the time. Around bod- ies of water (both large nnd s m a 11) be especially careful. Learn to handle guns, properly, include safety in farm family vacation plans. The County Fair The annual Madison Coun ty Fair will be held at Highland July 23-27, Tuesday through Saturday. This is a free fair, with ho gate admission charge. There \Vill be a nominal charge for parking cars. There will be a special night attractions at the grandstand each evening. The new, modern grandstand has plenty of good seals. The Madison County Fair is well-known for its' high-quality exhibits of livestock and other farm products. Come to the Fair and bring your family. There will be exhibits and attractions for people of all ages. The annual county 4-H club show will be held on Tuesday, Ihe first day of Ihe Fair. The Top Wheat The highest-yielding variety in our wheat variety test plot was Motion, a soft wheat, as previously reported. Highest-yielding hard ivlieat was Ottawa. Many farmers lave been talking about the characteristics of these two varieties. Monon, a beardless white chaff variety, was released by Purdue n 1959. It grows two or three nclies shorter and matures about one day earlier than Knox. It has slightly better lodging resistance ban Knox and Vermillion and is equal to Vermillion and better than Knox in winter-hardiness. Monon is resistant to Hessian fly, soilborne mosaic and leaf rust. It s susceptible to stem rust, loose smut and bunt. It has moderate resistance to powdery mildew in the mature plant stage. It is comparable to Knox and Vermillion n yield and test weight. Monon's susceptibility to loose smut has not yet become a problem, but may. do so in future years. Ottawa, a red chaff variety, was released in Kansas in 1960. It is similar to Pawnee in yield and maturity, but has markedly better grain quality and improved straw strength. It is resistant ;o soilborne mosaic, Hessian fly and leaf rust. It has moderate resistance to stem rust but is susceptible to loose smut, which could be a problem. Bean Fields Clear Soybean fields in this area have been unusually free from diseases so far this year, but more will probably develop during the next month. There has been some bacterial blight, but not as much FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "And grampa, when I'm big enough I'm going to weal* glasses ( and I'm going to have two teeth I can take out and brush like you do, and . . ." Colgate Installed by Lions at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — Tom Colgate lias been installed president of the Edwardsville Lions Club, it was announced today. Colgate, who lives at 20 Rock Hill Court, is employed as a chemical engineer in the distilling department at Shell Oil Co. He rtccceds Ray Zoelzer who served as president for the last 17 months. Zone Chiarman Lloyd E. Schwarz, a member of the Edwardsville Club, installed the new president. New club officers and directors for the 1963-64 year are: Elmer Jenne, 1st vice-president; Bob Schwalb, 2nd vice-president; Tom Butler, 3rd vice-president; Joe Hainsworth, secretary; G eorge Bassman, traasurer. 'Other officers are: Bill Riley, lion tamer; Charles Butler, tail twister and directors: Clyde Blackburn, Homer Curtis, Bart E w e 11, Arthur Horsburgh, George Mateer and Otis Owens. Other directors are Ray Zoelzer, and Carl Brueggeman, past presidents. MOSCOW — Russian plans to have 100,000 miles of oil pipeline laid by the year 1965. ALL LADIES' and GIRL'S REG. $2.37 AND $3.99 SUMMER LEATHER AND CANVAS Be Early For Best Selection! ALL LADIES' DRESSES REDUCED GHOUP GnOUP GROUP ABC Our Keg, Our Res. Our Reg, iS2.47 10 $3.33 $3.48 to $4.8885.00 to $7.48 ALL SIZES ALL LADIES' BLOUSES Our Reg. $1.68 and $2.47 REDUCED TO as in central and northern Illinois. Bacterial blight occurs commonly where slashing rains fell during the latter half of June. Such wind-driven rains penetrate the leaf surface and take the disease organism in with it. Several fields north of Edvyardsville where the rains and wind were quite severe have been damaged considerably. Dry Weather Helps The disease is favored by cool, rainy weather in June and July but recedes rapidly in hot, dry weather. It first appears on t h e leaves as small, angular, yellow spots with water-soaked centers. Later, as the leaf tissue dies, the «nter of the spot turns brown to ilack. It is usually surrounded by a water-soaked margin bordered iy a yellowish-green halo. The angular spots may run together and produce large dead areas. Diseased tissue 'may tear and drop out, giving the infected leaves a •agged appearance. Frequently eaves appear badly shredded af- er windy weather and beating •ains. Many of the badly affected leaves have already dropped. Good cultural practices offer the only control for bacterial blight. Cultivating when the foli- ige is wet helps to distribute the slight bacteria. Rotating soybeans with other crops, completely covering the stubble and other plant residue by clean fall-plowing and planting high-quality, disease-free seed from a reputable seed dealer offer the best chances of licking aacterial blight. Sweet corn growers in the southwestern part of the county have been marketing corn from heir early fields for the past two iveeks and the supply will be plent- ful the rest of the summer. This year's corn is of very good quality ind more of it is consumed each year as more people learn how :ood it is. Monon wheat has been getting the publicity, but Vermillion is still a popular variety with many farmers. Chester Buchta of Hamel township had a ten-acre field of Vermillion that produced 711 Dushels or 71 bu. per acre, All Ladies' And Girls' Skirts To $5.08 All Laities' Blousn 'n SHOUTS SETS Values To $3.08 ~ All JUfii's mill Boy's SWIM TRUNKS KCR. $1.11 Vil. Terry Cloth FABRIC yds, SAVE TOPAY!!! ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE CORNER OF WASHINGTON & COLLEGE Two Brothers Charged with Mower Theft EDWARDSVILLE — Three defendants have been named in circuit court informations filed by State's Attorney Dick H. Mudgo. One of the criminal infoima- lions charged two Alton brothers, David Alan Adrus, 20, and Raymond Andrus, 25, with theft June 15 of a riding power mower owned by Gerald Jouett of Alton. The brothers were apprehended after an investigation by the sheriff's office of Alton area thefts and alleged offering of stolen property for sale at an area "bargain 1 store. The other information issuec Monday named Richard Tharp, 43 of Texarkana, Tex., on a theft charge stemming from alleged deception in obtaining control of a $3,700 trailer from Mobile Homes Financing Co. in the CoL linsville area on May 31. Tharp was returned to Madison County last Thursday from Morton, Tenn., by Chief Deputy Sheriff George Ramach after the defendant waived extradition. Shipman Couple Observe 25th Anniversary SHIPMAN —/Mr. and Mrs. Al len Kahl observed their 25th wed ding anniversary dast weekend Kahl and Miss Jessie Hud dleston were married on July 15 1938, in St. Charles, Mo. Attend ants were Ora Brady Lock ant August Breitwiser. They have three children, a son Richard, of Rollo, two daughters Dianne, at home and, Jeane who is a student at SIU in Car bondale. A buffet supper was served t the families of George Kahl, Rob ert Kahl, Lyle Huddleston, Thorn as Connors, Clarence Thomae, Roi land Scott, Delmar Flackus, Les ter Alward, August Breitweisei Carl Bullman, Miss Rutli An Travers, W. S. Huddleson, Mrs Ann Kahl, Miss Dianne Pointe and Lee Rogers. SHIPMAN — The Midget tean of the Western Division Khourj League' defeated the Easter Division in the All-Star game Sun day at the Bunker Hill diamond The three players selected to rep resent the local team were Ken neth Schrier Jr., Richard Breit wiser and Patrick Quackenbush William Stouffe of Shipman man ged the Western division team Pralrletown Notes PRAIRIETOWN — Mr. .am Mrs. William Frey of Hammond Ind., were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. A. H. Schwalb. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Libro of Eas Alton moved into the Eric! Paul residence Saturday. LONDON — English labor off i cials now estimate that there ar 126,699 unemployed in London and Southeast England. § • SUNDAY 12i30 To 5 P.M. - DAILY 9 A.M. To 9 P.M. COMING SOON ALTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER KRAZY DAYS N You Can Win FREE PRIZES ^» By Shopping This Week *« At Alton Plaza Shopping Center! LUCKY LICENSE NUMBERS Will Be Taken Off Cars In Our Parking Lot This Week It Could Be Yours! WATCH FOR AD ON JULY 25th •nrrran—riTnrr«iiirmirfrMiHTiiirn"fi-iii"Trr TI r- - nimur. Vocational As Awards at Greene CARROLLTON - Arthur Eick- m, head of the Vocational Agri- Culture Department at Carrollton ligh School, is announcing the irst place winners this week of he vocational agriculture show vhich was held Friday of last veek at the Greerie County Fair. First in sheep, Oxford, Robert iamatin of Carlinville, seven first ihd owned the reserve champion Fat Lamb; Bruce Bryant had one; Montadale, Leo Grumm'cl Had one, Jim R. Simpson of Winchester had seven and owned the reserve champion female. Coirie- lale, Robert Hohimer of Glrard, one. Hampshire, David Middlelon, Jacksonville, three, and Kent liez of Waverly, six, and owned he grand champion male. Chcv- ot, Gary Middleton, Jacksonville, one, and Gordy Brown of Wavery, one. Suffolk, Terry Ambrose. Northwestern, seven, and owned he grand champion female and he reserve champion male. Shorp- shire, David Mies, Waverly, seven, and owned the grand champ on fat lamb. ' Beef, Angus — Jay Hunsley, Virden, one; Ronald Whltlock, Carrollton, one, Melvyn K1 a u s, Carlinville one; Joseph Hopkins of Southwestern owned the light weight steer and the reserve champion steer. Hereford, Ronald lehaefer, Carlinville, one and also owned the grand champion bull. Charles Daum, Carrollton, 1; Jerry Meyer, Calhoun,-one, and Dan Reznicek of Northwestern h a c the heavyweight steer and the jrand champion steer. Shorthorn, Larry Moore, Southwestern, four, and owned the reserve champion bull, and the grand champion femaje, while Steve Richardson of Jacksonville owned the medium weight steer, Dairy Cattle Dairy, Holstein, Tony Krueger Jerseyville, won 5 and owned the grand champion female and the grand champion male; Tom Hal of Waverly, one. Guernsey, Larry Hays, Virden three, and owned the reserve champion female and the reserve champion male. Milking Short horns, Leonard Goeddey, North western, two. Swine, Berkshires, Gaylon Martin, Jacksonville, four; D avid Lewis, Virden, four. Chester Whites, Walter Coulthers, Waver ly, five; Duroc, Gary Orris, Jack sonville, three; Jack Spencer, Gillespie, three. Black Poland, David Middleton, Jacksonville, two, Larry Jones, Winchester, 1, Gary Al len, Girard, five; Hampshire, Roger Rutherford, Virden, three; Jim Kessinger, Carlinville, two; Ron nie Riffey, Virden, two; SPC. Rickey Caruthers, Waverly, five; Dennis Woods, Carlinville, four Mixed, David Klaus, one. Land race, George Woods, Carlinville three; Yorkshire, Ronnie Walpole Jacksonville, three, Chester White Bruce Bryant, Franklin, one. The grand champion Yorkshir male was owned by Ronnie Wa: pole of Jacksonville; the reserv champion Duroc male was ownec by Jack Spehcer of Glllespte; the grand chahiplon Hampshire female was owned by Ronnie Rlf- ey of Viftteflj and the'reserve grand champion Black Poland fe- nale was owned by David Mid- dlelon of Jacksonville; the grand champion Black Poland' barrow vas owned by Gary Allen of Gi^ ard; and the reserve grand jhamplon Duroc Barrow was owned by Gary Orrs of Jacksonville, dnf-rollton 4-11 Winners The winners of "A" ratings in he 4-H Club livestock show at he Fair are: Swlhe, Breeder Feeder Litter Jross Bred; Kenneth Rawe, Carrollton, one; Denis Rawe, Carroll- on, one; Keith Tapeti, Carroll- on, one; Jane Tepen, Carroll- on, one; William Kuhnllne, Green- ield, one; Donald Kuhnline, Greenfield, one; Martin Rawe, Carrollton, one; Hampshire, Jance Hodapp, Greenfield; Duroc, Richard Ford, Greenfield, Barbara Rawe, Rita Rawe, and Virginia Rawe, Carrollton; Poland :hlna, Leonn Goeddey, Palmyra; Yorkshire, Linda Ballard, Carrollton, Donald Ballard, Carrollton. Pen or 3 Barrows, Duroc, Dean Barnett, Roodhouse; Crossbred Kenneth Rawe, Carrollton, Den nis Rawe, Keith Tapen, Carrollton, William Kuhnline, Green field; Donald Kuhnline, Eddlt Kuhnline, Greenfield; Martin Rawe, Carrollton; Hampshire Janice Hodapp, Greenfield. Single Barrow, Yorkshire, Donald Bal lard and Linda Ballard, Carroll ton. Hampshire, Thomas Frank Carrollton, Janice Hodapp, Green field. Duroc, Richard Ford, Green field and Dean Barnett, Rood house. Crossbred, Charles Al brecht, Denis Rawe, Jane Tapen Eddie Kuhnline, Martin Rawe Carrollton. Gilt, Crossbred, Kenneth Rawe Denis Rawe, David Tapen, Keitl Tapen, Carrollton, Donald Kuhn line and Eddie Kuhnline, Green field and Martin Rawe, Carroll ton. Yorkshire, Donald Ballard and Linda Ballard, Carrollton. Po land China, Leona Goeddey, Pal myra and Larry Pembrook Greenfield. Duroc, Bob Gillespie Rockbridge, Virginia Rawe, Cai rollton, Richard Ford, Greenfield Carol Raye, Barbara Rawe, Rita Rawe, Carrollton, Hampshire Thomas Frank, Carrollton an Janice Hodapp, Greenfield. Sow Yorkshire, Donald Ballard and Linda- Ballard, Carrollton. Duroc Rita Rawe and Virginia Rawe Carrollton. Poland China, J i m Prough, Greenfield. Boar, York shire, Donald Ballard and Land Ballard, Carrollton; Poland China Leona Goeddey, , Greenfield. Du roc, Richard Ford, Greenfield Carol Rawe, Barbara Rawe, Rita Rawe, and Virginia Rawe, Cai rollton. Purebred Gilt, Yorkshire, Don aid Ballard and Linda Ballarc Carrollton. Duroc, Virginia Raw and Rita Raqwe, Carrollton. Don aid Ballard of Carrollton owne the grand champion female; Dea Barnett, Roodhouse, owned t h grand champion barrow and Lin a Kay Ballard of CarrolUdti W6rt the showmanship trophy Klveri ,y the Greene County Service lompany. 4-ft Sheep Show Winners of A ratings in the 4-H •lub Sheep show at the Fair are is follows: Dennis Rawe, Car- •ollfon, three; Kenneth Rawe. Carrollton, two; Martin Rawe, Carrollton, two; David Gerson, Carrollton, four; Rtith Ann Butcher, Roodhouse, four; James Butcher, Roodhouse, five; and Paul Vayne Butcher, Roodhouse, two. The grand champion female was owned by Ruth Ann Butcher of toodhouse, the grand champion at lamb by Dennis Rawe of Carrollton and James Butcher of Roodhouse won the title for show manship. • "A" ratings in the various types of beef cattle were won by the ollowing 4-H members: Jerry Joyce, Greenfield, four; Barbara Bowman/Greenfield, four; Carol Rawe, Carrollton, one; Margaret Rawe, Carrollton, one; Virginia Rawe, Carrollton, 'one; Eugene Sethaler, Carroliton, one; Ellen Hills, Roodhouse, one; Mildrec Melvin, Greenfield, one; Larry Featherstone, Greenfield, t w o; Jay Featherstone Greenfield, two; James Featherstone, Greenfield one; Dean Barnelt, Roodhouse one; Joe Hopkins, Roodhouse, two; D a r r e 11 Whitlock, Carroll ton, three; Eric VanTuyle, Rood louse, one; Terry Edwards, Car rollton, one; Brenda Hilyard Greenfield, one; Marie Hilyard Greenfield, one; Cennick Andras loodhouse, one; William Kuhnline Greenfield, one; Jim Best, El dred, one; Carol Byland, Carroll ton, two; Lynn Carter, Hillview two; Mary Goeddey, Palmyra, one Christy Carter, Hillview, one Gregory Lynn Ross, Greenfield one; Leonard Goeddey, Palmyra one; Mike BcA, Mike RoBetts, 1 Greenfield, Terry Roberts, Greenfield, 6H6; Bruce Balse, Greenfield, one; Do«- ald Kuhniitie, Greenfield, one; Eddie Kuhhllne, Greenfield, otte, Cathy Carter, Hlllvlcw, one; Kev- n Price, Carrollton, two, Patty Ross, Greenfield, one; Ronald Whitlock, Carrollton, one; Richard Whitlock, CarrolUon, otte; Leona Goeddey, Palmyra, one; Joyce Byland, CaitoUton one; Mike Wlllen, Carrolltoft, one, and Bobby Joe Schtld, Eldrcd, one. Jerry Joyce owned the grand champion beef female, Barrel! Whitlock, the grand champion steer, Barbara Bowman, the fe- serve champion beef female; Bill Kuhnline, the reserve champion steer and Joe Hopkins won the Irophy for showmanship given by the Greene County Service Company. Dnlry Cattle Winners of "A" ratings In Dairy Cattle: Paul Wehrly of Kane two; Peter Wehrly of Kane, one; Ross E. Prough, Greenfield, three; Donald Wells, Roodhouse, one; Jean Wehrly, Kane, one; Robert Guth- rle, Greenfield, one; Guylia Kinser, Greenfield, one; Patty Lorton, White Hall, one; Leona Goeddey, Palmyra, one; Leonard Goeddey of Palmyra, two. The grand champion female aged cow was owned by Rosa Prough; the reserve champion aged cow was owned by Leonard Goeddey. Ross Prough won the Black and While Club blanket for the champion Holstein cow and also won the Greene County Service Company trophy for showmanship. . 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