Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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ALTON EVENING 1963 - friends night bbitetVed Tuesday by Bfighl- &fc Eastern Star Cliapter, with Mrs. Lucille Turner of Alton, gftoid lefcturer, as guest of honor. dthef special guests were Ceceilia BOyle of WaltoH Chapter, Eileen Cole of Greenfield Chapter and Ethyl Keller of Bunker Hill Chap- t6fj all grand lecturers. Guest officers were: Howard &Hd Evelyn Colburn, Alton, worthy matron and worthy patron; Howard and Voris Belt, Brighton, associate matron and patron. Eldpn Bolt, Brighton, secretary; Leona Rogers, Brighton, treasurer; Dathyl Crider, Wood River, conductress; Betty Minor. Wood River, associate conductress: Charlotte Unverzagl, Brighton, chaplain; Rowan Alterbury, Alton, marshal; Marie Feilsterman, Walton chapter, organist; Ruth Cairns, Shipman, Adah; Ruth Denny, Scottville and Modesto, Ruth; Nina Penrod, Walton, Esther; Juanita White, Brighton.. Martha; Lorraine Richey, Alton, Electa; Ethel Atterbury, Alton, warder; Joe Cairns, Brighton, sentinel; Norville Mitchell, Alton, color bearer; Everett Walton, soloist. Turner, LIFE IN BIO CITY NEW YORK (£>)—New York's subway system covers 236.7 miles of track, with 482 stations. dairv MACOUPIN CHAMPION "Frisky," grand champion senior shown by Bebora Tucker, 10, of Brtch- iry lieifer in the 4-H Club judging at ton. "Frisky" was born on Deborah s Psychologist * , . ,c? Ray Ryan Quits Post EDWARDSVILLE - Resigns- ion and replacement of Ray iyan as psychologist in the wial education services pro* ram inaugurated in cooperat* ig schools in Madison County as announced loday by County uperintcndent of Schools Wll» ur R. L. Trimpe. Ryun is being replaced by ..eonard Kampwerth, who has een employed in the psycholo- Ical department of the Musca ick State School at Butlervllle, nd. Mrs. Ruth Hardwick is the ther psychologist employed in lie Madison County Psycholo- ical Services program. Trimpe also announced loday IMacoupin County Fair, CarUnvilTe, was birthday. Subway operations were started in October. 1901. with a nine- mile roulp from City Hall north to <12nd Street and Lexington Avenue, thence west to Broadway, and ending uptown at 145th Streel and Lenox Avenue. In the 12 months ending June 30, 1962, the subways carried 1,369,507,594 passengers. At Macoupin Fair Birthday Bovine Wins For Brighton Girl, 10 shop Friday 9 'Til 9 OUR GREATEST SUMMER SALE! SAVE BIG MONEY SUMMER CLOTHING MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Regular 29.95 14.97 Regular 39.95 19.97 Regular 49.95 24.97 Regular 59.95 29.97 Regular 65.00 32.50 ONE LARGE GROUP OF REGULARS — LONGS — SHORTS AND EXTRA LONGS MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS Regular 25.00 12.50 Regular 29.95 14.97 Regular 35.00 17.50 Regular 39.95 19.97 Regular 50,00 25.00 SELECT SEVERAL FROM THIS FINE GROUP OF SUMMER FABRICS UNUSUAL VALUES MEN'S YEAR-ROUND SUITS Regular 49.95 24.97 Regular 59.95 29.97 Regular 65,00 32.50 ONE GROUP OF REGULARS LONGS — SHORTS — EX. L. MEN'S QUALITY TOPCOATS Regular 39.95 19.97 Regular 50.00 25.00 Regular 69.50 34.75 ONE GROUP OF COATS AT A SAVINGS OF 50% SLACKS REDUCED SUMMER SLACKS 6 90 STOCK UP NOW — THE SUMMER HAS JUST BE<?UN. SAVE UP TO 50% BERMUDA SHORTS 25% Off ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE QUALITY BERMUDA SHORTS IN ALL STYLES AND FABRICS Slight Charge tot Alteiations MYERS BROTHERS ~ 3rd ami PIASA — DOWNTOWN ALTON CARLINVILLE — "Frisky" shorthorn heifer, born on the 10th birthday of Debora Tucker Brighton, bagged the grand prize in the 4-H Club dairy show for Debora at the Macoupin County Fair this week. In character with her name "Frisky" proved to be a little playful during the judging, but piled up enough points to bag first place in the milking short- iiorn division, then went on to bag the grand prize in the senior dairy heifer division. 'She raised the heifer herself, too," said Allen Tucker, Debora's father. He turned "Frisky" over to Debora an hour after she was born at the Tucker farm east of Brighton last Sept. 24, Debora's 10th birthday. Among members of Future Farm Hands 4-H Club of Brighton, ed by Charles Winslade, "Fris- cy's" victory was viewed as a monumental achievement. Debora and other members of the club showed their wares at the fair 'or the first time. Mike Bielsmith, another club member, exhibited three chickens and won a blue ribbon for each, then lumped them together and bagged a blue ribbon for the pen. Marsha Well showed two ponies and bagged first and second place ibbons. Frerid Benz received a third-place ribbon for a white- faced heifer. Kennedy 'Mobbed' ByStudents WASHINGTON (API-President Kennedy was mobbed today—in his'own back yard—by more than 2,500 high school students from 56 countries who converged on nim in hopes of a handshake 01 autograph. Kennedy took a severe buffeting, as the youngsters pushed and shoved to get to his side aftei clambering over and around rope barriers. Secret service agents and White House police had to use elbows and shoulders in a not-too-gentl struggle to keep the crowd fron knocking the President down ant possibly causing a new injury t his weak back. One White House policeman, Lt Edward Teehan, collapsed whil trying to control the mob am was carried into the Cabine room by two officers. Rear Adm. George Burkley, as sistant White House physician, ac ministered first aid. Teehan revived and later seemed to hav made a quick recovery. The mob scene erupted on tli south lawn of the White Hou after Kennedy addressed th clieering, singing students, wl soon will return to their home lands after spending a year American high schools under a American field service exchang program. ' Woman Acquitted; Seeks Insurance PEORIA, 111. (AP)-A woma acquitted of the 1961 slaying her husband has filed suit to co lect $5,000 in double indemnit insurance money. Mrs. Mary E. Miller was ac quitted in November 1961 after sh told the jury she couldn't remen ber a thing about the shootin which followed a family quarre in their apartment. Her husband, Earle S., died si days after the shooting. Wednesday, attorneys for Mr? Miller filed a suit against th Metropolitan Life Insurance Co They asked lhat Mrs. Miller, a beneficiary of her late husbands life insurance policy, be paid a extra $5,000 as double indemnit. because of violent death- MANAGUA — A new Nicara guan warehousing firm is open ing up this year on borrpwe funds. Ken tic cly ttaeds Well are District EDWARDSVitatte •*- Affotlf Siif>- ervisor Stephen kentiedy wtts elected chairmflfi of Illinois Welfare Association's slx-coiiniy tts- trict 8 nt n dinner irmcUng Wednesday night at Augustine's Res- tauvam, Belleville. Kennedy succeeds aS dislHct chairman, Miss Elizabeth Vetiaiv dos, of Alton. the employment of an intern psychologist in the county program, Samuel L. Jenny of New Orleans, expected to serve an internship here for the next yeai' or two. 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