Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 30
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July 18, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, '-^—•--"-—••'—»Macoupin 4-H Winners Listed - tt the te- hlatliiHg three days of the Ma cmlfrltt County Fair of 1963 reflects the huge crowds which at tended the first two days, thl gear's fair wiU go do\vn In his toty attendance • w 1 s e. Parking places have been taxed to the limit each night at the fairground \vhich Is located on Illinois 4 horth of Carlinville. Ail added attraction for today will be a concert at 5 p.m. b> the Carlinville Municipal band tinder direction of George Reid The concert at the grandstand will precede the twilight racing which begins at G p.m. The, Macoupin County court house\vas closed Thursday after noon to give employes an oppor tunity to attend the fair. The amateur show is schedul ed at 8 p.m. Thursday and en tries must be registered with Charles Perrings or at the office headquarters at the fairgrounds before show time. The queen contestants will appear for the first time tonight. Finals in the amateur conest will be held at 9 p.m. Friday. The crowning ceremonies will also be Friday night. The Macoupin County Agriculture 4-H Show was held Tuesday at the fairgrounds. The following 4-H members earned purple rosettes for champions in then classes over all breeds: In dairy, Carol Adden of Staunton 4-H for her junior heifer Hoi stein calf; Sharon Adden of Staun ton 4-H for her Holstein heifer Larry Hays won three rosettes one for his bull calf Guernsey one for his Guernsey two-year-olc cow, and one for his aged Guerii sey cow. Larry is a member o' North Otter Willing Workers 4-H Club. Winning the senior heifer class over all breeds was Debra "Tuckei of Future Farmhands 4-H Club of Brighton. Debra's entry was a milking Shorthorn. In swine, the following members earned purple rosettes: showing the champion gilt was Sandra Bates of 108 4-H Club with her Poland China. Sandra was If cows could ...they'd give M1LNOT also awarded the Reftlicek Farms trophy. Jason Starkweather Jr., of Modesto 4-H Club showed the champion boar, a Hampshire. Marlyn Alward of Piasa Birds 4- H Club showed the champion barrow, a Spotted Poland China. Jack Spencer of Glllespie 4-H Club showed the champion pair of barrows, both Dttrocs. Gary Bates of 108 4-H Club showed the champion breeder-feeder litter, all Poland China. Earning the showmanship award for the swine division was Dennis Woods. Larry Hays won the showmanship trophy in the dairy division. Tile following champions WPI-P picked in the 4-H Beef Cattle Show; Shorthord bull calf, showr by George Hammann; George also exhibited the champion junioi heifer, a Shorthorn. His Shorthon better also was chosen as champion over the three beef breeds Kit Hammann displayed the champion cow, a Shorthorn. Kit and George are both members o :he Brushy Mound 4-H Club. Greg Russell of the Barr Bouncers 4-H displayed the champion senior heifer, a Hereford. George Ftommann showed the grand champion female over all breeds and all ages. Robert Quarton ol 108 4-H Club displayed the champion steer, an Angus. Ronnie Rit fey of North Otter Willing Workers 4-H Club was selected as best showman. He will receive the beef showmanship trophy. In the sheep division, the following champions were selected: Ewe lamb was a Dorset displayed by Max Dunseth of Modesto 4- H Club. Champion ram lamb was displayed by Roy Robinson, ar Oxford. Ewe over one year was displayed by Coy Robinson, Southdown. Coy and Roy are both of the Brushy Mound 4-H Club. Champion fat lamb was displayed by Robert Lehmann of the irard 4-H Club, a Suffolk. James Slead of the Girard 4-H club displayed the champion pair of fat ambs, also a Suffolk. The champion pair of breeding lambs were ;hown by Max Dunseth, both Mon- adales. Earning the showmanship rophy was Robert Lehmann of irard. In the 4-H Horse show, Bruce Hartsook of North Otter Villing Workers received top hon- rs in the pony division, Bonnie Baker of the Shipman 49'ers earn- d top spot in the stock and rid- ng class, and David Monti of haws Point 4-H Club earned the -H horsemanship trophy in the orsemanship class. Roxana Club Sees Film on Wills ROXANA — Wayne Brigewater vas chairman of the program at he Rotary Club meeting Wednesday evening at First Presbyterian Church and he presented John Williams and Bob Hoefert of the Alton Banking and Trust Co. who showed a film concerning wills intitled "God's Will and Your Will." Visiting Rotarians were Lamon Heidinger, Joe Kelleher of Edwardsville, Fred Berry and Bill McGuire of Wood River and John Villiams of Alton. DIETSCHY'S MARKET Phone HO 5-0624 FREE DELIVERY 500 BIDGE FRESH, LEAN GROUND CHUCK 59c ROCK CORNISH HENS Sirloin Steaks i each—Lb. 75c £2Su,89c PORK STEAKS Fine for i Barbecue Ibs. 89c Lean Cubed STEW BEEP Lb Veal RIB CHOPS Lb. Tender Lean Cubed STEAKS ..Lb. 69c 65c 95c Lean Ground VEAL LI Fresh Ground Round STEAK ...LI Lean Loose Pork SAUSAGE . .LI , 65c , 79c 35c Fresh Ground Hamburger . 2- 95c Large Juicy Hunter Franks . Fryers, Fresh Tray Pack . . ib 33c 49c Sliced Hunter BRAUNSCHWEIGER Large or BOLOGNA Lb. Young PORK LIVER .. Sliced BOILED HAM . . Skinless WIENERS .Lb 29c Lb 98c Lb 49c Pennant Thick 3-Lb. AR- Sliced BACON.. Box *»WW Krey Mello AQlt BACON Lb. tOfc Small Link Pork RQ* SAUSAGE Lb. ODU PINEAPPLE AND Grapefruit Juice 2 ^ 65c Old Judge Coffee . . . . . < 69c Campbell Mushroom Soup . 2 35c Meat Ball Stew , Beef Meat Balls 38 Oz. Can Maine Oil SARDINES . . Largo Box WHEATJES . Forbes Black PEPPEH .... 2 cans 25C ....... 32c .. 4 C?n35C Highland SPINACH Highland BEETS .. AG SALT .... 2 303 Ql t can W 1 1 2 303 01 can W 1 I . fclloxes Z0( DaU's Root Beer or Orange Soda . . 2,,i 85c Reynolds Aluminum Foil Uoll Stillwell Tomatoes 3 303 Cans Large Green O f CUCUMUEUS 4 * w B«a ItADISUKS for Lwge Sunkist I4SMONS Poz. Llbby's 5'/ 3 Oz. POTTED MEAT.. Can (9e Vellow, Sweet COKN ......... Doz. 55c KedNew Ifl POTATOES,, III Lbs. 59c Fancy Home Crown Tomatoes 3' 49c Solid Freestone Peaches » 4' 45c New Orwn Cooking Apples Perk and Temate Sauce— Vegetarian with BROWN BEANS . . 4 '^.'49° Prom Field Ripened Tbmatoes-.-LlSBY'S TOMATO JUICE . . 2 4 cff 65' Jeyfui Brand PURPLE PLUMS . . For Desserts of Creaming Coffee CARNATION . . E "g" j 7«a'1 Oxford Royal Pieces and Stems MUSHROOMS . . . 4 4 c£ $ 1 Sunsweet Brand PRUNE JUICE . . . 40 Oz. Btl. 49° Spearmint, Doublemint or Juicy Fruit WRIGLEYGUM . . 69c Jumbo White or Colored SCOTT TOWELS . . . 200 Ft. Roll Family Size Assorted Colors SCOTT NAPKINS 2 60 in Miracle Margarine Made by Kraft 6 Sticks to the Pound Lb. 29 KRAFT NATURAL SWISS SLICES BETTY CROCKER CINNAMON ROLLS 6-oz. Pkg. Roll Flav-R-Pac BABY LI MAS 2 1001. CHOPPED BROCCOLI 2 '£ 39 C SLICED CARROTS 1 3 /4 Pound Pkg. 39' FROZEN PEAS 2 10 Oz. M* c Pkgs. 41 Tom-Boy ICED TEA BLUE WHITE Strained BABY FOOD 6' 1°" 65« REALEMON LEMON JUICE 24 Or. •.«**• .AUNDRY BLEACH Beads 0' Bleach * * » i f i 59 1 49' TOM-BOY WHITE BREAD 20 01. LOAVES 2 35 tL £*? J u ^ 9 »>&, SUMMER SIZZLER SALE Tom-lay Margarine mstieiK ffo Make 6069 Cooks m^ & 2 » 4S« BETTER and tavi them mtnty whlli w«Yt doing It If you're looking for the ingredients for a real value, start with quality and add to It the lowest price consistent with high quality. . .here, you have real value! Tom-Boy store Is full of quality items, priced low. So you're a good homemaker.. .a smart shop' per ... a good cook? Tom-Boy quality foods will make you still better. 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