Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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V- *H4ifVr-«(™ SVJ* Section 2 EVENING TELE Amusement* Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., FRlfcAV, JULY 19, 1963 7c Per Copy Member d! The Associated Ptm. Hoe-Down Session To Close Jersey Fair Saturday Mrs. Baldes Wins Prize At Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Opa! Bnldes of Greenfield won the 1963 culinary trophy at Jersey County Fair, having accumulated the most points on first, second, third and fourth ratings In this department. The trophy was presentee by the Jersey County Homcrrmk- ers Service, Her -blue ribbons were on canned yellow string beans, cherries, Blng cherries, pears, plums, and on preserves Including peach, cherry, watermelon, pear, blackberry and raspberry and jellies on crabapple, and picles including crabapple, peach, onion, anc on bread and butter. Other first ratings went to June Griffith, Jerseyville, parker house rolls, cinnamon rolls, angel footi cake; Mrs. Lee Nail, cake doughnuts, sponge cake, jelly roll, chiffon cake, chocolate fudge, canned apricots, apple and plum jelly. Mrs. Roliie Ruyle, Rockbridge, canned blackberries, carrots and tomatoes, canned peaches, strawberry, grape, and yellow tomato preserves, sliced green tomato pickles, pepper hash; Mrs. Virginia Hall, Carrollton, yeast coffee cake, divinity, fancy cookies. Mrs. William Schafer, Brighton, quick coffee cake, canned green string beans, sweet cucumber pickles. Mrs. Kenneth Rice, Jerseyville, quick nut bread, Mrs. Ruth Erb, chocolate angel food cake, Miss Melba Noble, Jersey. ville, White cake iced, white cocoanut cake, burnt suger, Devils Food and spice cake; sugar, and ice box cookies, date bars, unbaked peanut butter cookies. Helen Gerson, Fieldon, banana cake, Sue Gorham, Brighton, Novelty cake, canned beets, Mrs. Hugh Moore, Jerseyville, hermits, filled, jcopkies,,. brownies, unbaked chocolate oatmeal. Mrs. Orville Guilander Jr., Jerseyville, oatmeal cookies, Mrs. Martin Schwab, chocolate chip cookies. Mrs. Goldie Moore, Jerseyville, canned corn. Mrs. Elta Wagner, Rockbridge, canned peas, black raspberries, plum conserve, gooseberry preserves, grape and blackberry jelly, beet pickles, pear pickles and crabapple relish and chunck cucumber pickles. Mrs. En^eline Crotchett, Kane', raspberry jelly, canned apples. Mrs. Henry Goeman, Fieldon, mint jelly and strawberry jelly. Mrs. Earl Richey was superintendent of this department and Mrs. Frances Tyxhorn of Edwardsville was judge. List School Winners at Jersey Fair JERSEYVILLE - In the education department at Jersey county Fair first place ratings on high school exhibits were awarded as follows: Biology, nature collection, Melyin .Berry; 1. dissectipn projects, Pat Easly and Sonya^ Campbell; human anatomy, Roger Bean; Annette Boner; specialized organs, ' Gary Fry; conservation, John Lu•' seh; cancer, Deanna Mottaz; diets, 'Martha Jean Jones; and life processes, Carol Osburn, General Science, astronomy, Robert' Berger; basic machines, , Eddie Breed; nuclear science, Mike McLaren; ; weather and elk mate, Barbara Gary; 1 life science, JERSEYVILLE - The final day of the Jersey County Fair is Saturday, designated as "Country Music Day," At 8:30 p.m. Flatt and Scruggs and their band, direct from the TV show, Beverly Hillbillies, plus the Possum Holler Opry Unit of thirteen TV and dio stars have been secured for entertainment. Only three fairs in Illinois have been able 1 to obtain this group for their program as their dates had been filled elsewhere. In addition to the Jersey Courity Fair, they will be seen at. the Illinois Slate Fair and were at Grlggsvllle! Thirteen TV and radio stars will present; this program of western and country music. Chair seats are being placed on the track to care for the anticipated crowd for the musical show. The annual tractor pulling contest is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday. Tonight the John King Thrill Show is set for 8:30 p.m., featuring the iron chest man, the bus jump, the 175 foot ramp jump, go-cart ramp jump, motorcycle jump, precision driving, car balance acts, crash acts and slide for life act. Bible School Scheduled AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER - Vacation Bible School at First Presbyterian Church will open Monday and continue through Aug. 2 with class sessions from 9 to 11 a.m. daily Monday through Friday, the Rev. Manley Mace, pastor, has announced; . Mrs. Robert Bowser and Mrs. J. V. Harris are serving as co- directors of the schobl which will be based on the theme, "The church cares, here and everywhere." Classes will be conducted for kindergarten, through the sixth grade.level. Mrs. Paul Lauck will be in charge of the Kindergarten Department, assisted by Mrs. Norman Mozley, Miss Peggy Council and Miss Janice Smith. Assisting Mrs. Elmer Isringhaus in the primary division will be: Mrs. Frank Hillier, Miss Linda Dodd, Mrs. William McNeil, Nrs. Violet Macbeth, Miss Kathy Jouett, Mrs. Richard Wood and Miss Linda Wood. Mrs. Willis Roach will supervise the 1 Junior Department with Mrs. A. J. Whittaker, Mrs. Leslie Smith, Mrs. Manley Mace and Danny Foster as teachers and helpers. Parents and friends will be invited to attend the closing demonstration and open house to be held during regular class hours Aug., 2. Bullet Fired Into Wood River Home WOOD RIVER - Otis Wikoff, 1323 Lewis St., reported at 9:24 a.m. Thursday to police that a bullet had been fired into the rent porch of his home. However, investigating officers could find no place where the bullet might have imbedded. A hole the approximate size made by a .22 caliber bullet was found in a porch window but no projectile could be found inside the porch, police reported following an extensive search. Police are continuing their investigation of the incident. Grade school exhibits were not placed for competition but firsts were Deceived on the foJJowjng . collections; natur?, : Porothy Krause; insect, Mark Ross; rock and minerals, Chrjs Ross; ,miscellaneous, Mike , Barnett; comparative anatomy i' Martha Farmer; conservation, Carol Ann Oral- ton, Warren Greene was superlnten< dent of this department and L,, K, Freeman was judge{ s ' Results of the "Carcass Class" a new feature lir (he gwjne d<* partmeht of the 'Jersey County Fair, have been received.. The entries were judged pn foot and * fjve chosen ana trucked to the Jfunter Packing 09,, of East , S,t, Louis where they were bought and slaughtered, Based • on cutout basis after slaughter the final placings were as foUow,(|rent«y fit kW 'J9W Winchester,, first! -Steve WebeJ, Bays, second; Clarence Updike, 1 JereeyyJJle, third; Melvln Barn* ett, Patterson,' {purth. Louis JerseyytUe, ' King-Size Model He Made His Own Locomotive , By BOB Telogfftph Staff Writer An Alton pipefitter who always wanted to be a railroad engineer now throttles his own steam engine alongside dlesels on the Big Four tracks. V. A. Schmidt's dream led him Into a five year Job of constructing o miniature scale model of a steam engine and the installation of a pint sized railroad system at "Playland" off Broadway In Alton, adjoining the Big Four tracks. Engineers, firemen and switchmen of diesels wave and shout greetings at the engineer of the little steam engine as they pass. , Ex-Flrcmnn "I have'an uncle and cousins who are railroad men and it is hard to get it out of your blood," Schmidt eays. Schmidt was a fireman for the Illinois Terminal Railroad in the days of the steam engine trains. His only chance to get behind the throttle of a train engine was on small engines in the _ yards of a steel mill. His pint-size reminder brings many'old railroad men to "Playland" to reminisce, wifh, him on the days 'of steam.. Schmidt belongs to the Wabash, Frisco and Pacific Association Inc., an organization dedicated to railroad - hobbies .arid the education of teenagers on the operation of railroads. His feeling for railroading is summed up in his little chugger which had its maiden voyage in 1958 after five years of dedicated construction of exact details in his garage at 3609 Western Avenue in Alton. Gathered Parts Parts were made out of whatnots gathered over a period of years and made with painstaking detail. • Skills learned as a former welder and presently as a pipe- fitter for Modern Plumbing and Heating Co., in East Alton contributed to the re-creation of a 1900 train steam engine. His son, Tim, a senior at Alton High School, is now Schmidt's fireman, switchman and porter. Nothing gives Schmidt more kicks than introducing small fry to the .color of the "Casey Jones" era by explaining the functions of his engine on a ride over exacting minature tracks with an authentic' system of switches and signals. Aviation Group Sees Pictures Of Air Show BETHALTO— Movies and slides of the recently held air show at Civjc Memorial Airport Mid films on McDonnell Aircraft Corp. were shown to members of the Civic Aviation Association Thursday night. Joe Crivello, president, announced the group will hold its annual picnic at the Greenfield Country Club July 28. The group will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hill. Crivello said some of the mem- jers of the CAA will fly to Rock- !ord on the weekend of Aug. 1-4 'or the national experimental aircraft exhibition. On Aug. 17 the St. Louis Areo Club will conduct its annual cross country race from the local airport. Entrants in the race will Ely a triangular course, but their destination will not be announced until race day. The local club will host the event. Mrs. Elmer Haupt, member of CAA, was presented a charm from the lilub for-winning one leg of the Sky Lady Derby held last month. SM.4LL BUT 'REAL MCCOY' V. A. Schmidt takes his exact copy of a 1900 vintage railroad steam engine out on a run at "Play- land" off Brpadway in Alton near the Big Four railroad tracks. $400 Bethalto Tap-on Fee Due by Saturday BETHALTO.- Residents of Bethalto, who signed up for sewer service, have untj; 5:30 p.m. Saturday to pay the $400 tap-on fee, Mayor Erwin Plegge announced today. Residents, liylng on the westerly side of town, had until June 20 to sign up lor sewer service and then have until to Saturday to pay the 5400. Mayor Plegge said the fee will go to $600 after Saturday, because of the added cost of financing. At present Interceptor lines are being installed in the area and' two sewage lagoons are being constructed to accommodate the additional persons on the system. FINANCING Holstein Wins Dairy Title From Jersey at Jersey Fair JERSEYVILLE -. A Holstein cow shown in the 4-H Club exhibit at Jersey County Fair nudged out the best of the Jerseys to win the grand championship. in t h e dairy cow division. The Holstein was owned by Martha Krueger. The top Jersey cow, nosed out by the Krueger Holstein, was shown by Lewis Stumpe III. Other breed champions in the dairy cow division: Guernsey, Wanona Fritz; reserve, Darrell Fritz. Reserve champion Holstein, Gilbert Ashlock. Brown Swiss, Robert Maupin, reserve, Allen Maupin. Robert Maupin's brown Swiss champion was reserve grand champion. Danny Schroeder received the showmanship prize and Kathy Stumpe was runner-up. In the beef division, Bob Week's champion Angus female w as Girl, 6, Runs Wagon Into Passing Car WOOD'RIVER — Brenda Kay Bruce, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George William Bruce, 200 Picker St., was apparently not seriously injured when she collided with a car Thursday afternoon while riding in her wagon. A police report indicates the girl was riding down an inclined driveway in her wagon near home when she collided with the right front wheel of a car driven west on Picker by Mrs. Lela Mae Farmer, 301 Picker. The youngster was taken to Wood River Township Hospital where she was treated for a left arm injury and released. Mrs. Farmer told police she got her car stopped just before the girl and her wagon collided with the vehicle. named the grand champion and Dennis' Gaffney's champion Herford was named reserve champion. Lary Moore had the champion shorthorn female; Virginia Fritz, reserve champion; Sharon Parsell, reserve champion Hereford female; Marvin Tuetken,'reserve champion Angus female. Beef steer section: Larry Moore, champion shorthorn Steer; John Gibbons, reserve champion shorthorn i Steer; Elvin Breitweiser, champion Hereford steer; Larry Parsell, reserve champion Hereford Steer; Kathy Berger, champion Angus steer; Ronald-Tuetkin, reserve champion Angus steer; Kathy Berger, grand champion steer; Larry Parsell, reserve grand champion steer; Larry Moore, beef showmanship. Breed Champions and Reserve Champions in the service division: Hampshire gilt, Henry Kallal, champion; Hampshire gilt John Eyers, reserve champion; Hamshire barrow, Henry '<allal, champion; Hampshire barrow, Jimmy Vahle, reserve champion; Yorkshire gilt, Cindy Ballard, champion; Yorkshire gilt, Karen Ballard, reserve; Berkshire gilt, Eu gent Bartlett, champion; Berkshire gilt, Jane Bartlett, reserve champion. Duroc gilt, Wanona Fritz, champion; Duroc gilt, Darrell Fritz, reserve champion; Duroc barrow, Darrell Fritz, champion; Duroc barrow, Wanona Fritz, reserve champion; Spotted Polond China barrow, David Beach, champion; Crossbred gilt, David Young, champion; Crossbred gilt, John Schroeder, reserve champion; Crossbred barrow, David Young, champion; Crossbred barrow, Ro berta Young, reserve champion. Grand and reserve grand champions: Grand champion gilt, Berkshire, Eugene Bartlett; reserve grand champion gilt, Duroc, Wanona Fritz; grand champion barrow, Duroc, Darrell Fritz; reserve champion barrow crossbred David Young; Swine showman, ship, Henry Kallal. Sheep champions and reserve champions females: Champion, Shropshire, Joyce Moore; Reserve champion, Shropshire, Joyce Moore; Champion, Southdown, Sherry Holder; Champion, Cheviot, Tom Ryder; Reserve Champion, Cheviot, Tom Ryder; Grand Champion, female, Joyce Moore; reserve grand champion female, Tom Ryder; sheep showmanship, Tom Ryder, Ponies: . Grand champion female, Virginia Fritz; reserve grand champion female, Douglas Updike. Pleads Guilty To Theft; Gets 6-Month Term George Hardy, 31, of 2506 John son St., was sentenced to si> months in county jail Thursday after he changed his plea to guii ty on a charge of theft. Hardy had been charged with taking four cartons of cigarettes valued at $9.52, from the A&P store in Upper Alton earlier thi week. He pleaded not guilty first, bu later asked to change his plea to guilty. Nearly three fourths of tto earth's surface, almost 400 millioi cubic miles, consists of water. Plan Inspection Of Restaurants At Wood River WOOD RIVER — An annual in-! spection of eating places, believed the only one of its kind in communities of this area, will start next week according to City Manager Carlton Laird. Mrs. Nadine Duncan, Wood River High School biology teacher and former cafeteria manager there, will again conduct the Inspections of all local commercial establishments where food is served. Last year Mrs. Duncan inspected approximately 25 eating places and is expected to inspect that many or more during the next three week period. Following her inspections she presents the city council with a formal report on the health conditions prevailing in each place of business. Alderman At Capitol Conference Alderman John E. McConnell Jr. of 7th ward, today was attending the second biennial con ference of Illinois Municipal League for benefit of newly-elect- er" city and village officials at Springfield. Alderman McConnell was believed to be the only member of Alton's new aldermanic council to attend today's conver- enqe sessions. The morning program was to be of special interest to new municipal officials. It was to include addresses by League President J.' Clayton Pooler, mayor of DeKalb; Thomas A. Matthews, the League legal consultant, on "Powers and Duties of City and Village Officials; Frank M. Pfeiffer, League legislative counsel, on new state legislation; and J. Edgar Kelly, Glen Ellyn attorney, on appropriation ordinances and taxes. Retirement and pension funds were to have afternoon discussion. Attorney Matthews of Chicago is Alton's consultant on the revis- New Vet To Practice At Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Dr. James E. Hall, 30, has come to Jerseyville where he will practice as a veterinarian with Dr. A. Van Walleghen and Dr. E. O. Cast. Dr. Hall received his degree of Doctor of veterinary Medicine in June. Dr. and Mrs. Hall are residing in the residence property at the corner of Fairgrounds Avenue and Locke Street in Jerseyville. They have two children, Carolyn Kaye, 5, years old and Steven Ray, three. • Dr. Hall was born in Trenton, Nebr. He received his secondary education in Elmwood, Nebr., where he graduated with the class of 1950. He entered military service in 1953. He was married in May, 1955, to Miss Shirley Mae Callawsky and they resided in Kearney, Nebr., where he was employed as an artificial breeder technician for the Central Nebraska Dairy Breeders Association for two and one half years. He commenced his pre-veterinary studies at the Kansas State University and was accepted into the School of Veterinary Medicine at' the college in the autumn of 1959. He received his bachelor of science degree in the spring of 1963 and completed his studies early this summer for his degree in veterinary medicine. When adarmed, a spiny lobster springs backward by bending its tail. The Seminole Indians withdrew into southern Florida's swamps and barrens in 1858. ion of its municipal ordinance code now pending for completion at hands of the new Aldermanic council. YOU CAN GET THE you need for any worth-while purpose Use your credit It get ahead— buy cheaper for cash — pay bills or meet emergencies. Let u«.supply the money you need. See or phone u» now for service-«• quick ci»hl HOWARD FINANCE 6?G e. BROADWAY HOWARD DuPONT PAINTS BUILD BETTER WITH DRY LUMBER $ PREHUNG ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOOR • FULL I "THICK • COMPLETELY WEATHERSTRIPPED • DELUXE HARDWARE • SAG-PROOF CONSTRUCTION • PICTURE WINDOW BEAUTY 2-8x6-8 AND 3-0x6-8 95 ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOW • TRIPLE TRACK • WEATHER-STRIPPED • CUSTOMIZED FIT • UP TO 101 UNITED INCHES $ -GEORGIA PACIFIC- PREFINISHED PLYWOOD PANEL 4x8— w V.GROOVED PHILIPPINE MAHOGANY ANTIQUE BIRCH OAK 85 85 85 PER SHEET PER SHEET PER SHEET PLASTER BOARD 4x8—%" $159 PER SHEET GINTER-WARDEIN CO. 81 HENRY ST. 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