Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 20, 1963
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j^vl^tlB KKIIlt ALTON SATURDAY, Jt)L¥ 20,1903 Livestock Winners Named at Jersey - Announcement wits made of the grand ehampidifi beef and dairy herds Thursday evening at the parade Of champions at the Jersey County Fair. Hugh Moore & Son of Jerseyville had .the grand champion beef herd, Shorthorns, and received were received by Hugh Moore Soil and five by Larry Moore; H S. Hunter of Kane, one; Kallal & Darr, Jerseyville two; Glenn Mar gold, Auburn, two. fop Angus Angus, M. Laverne Tuetken & Sons, Jerseyvillc. champion bul and six firsts; Wock Brothers Jerseyville, Champion Fe male and seven firsts; Judy Tuet *!«*• w) •w..*--- »..^-- —, i iiti it; nun at. vci i in oi^i) u nu,y A v*v-1 the trophy presented by Duceyjken, Jerseyville 1; Marvin Tiiet Packing Co. Larry Moore of Jer seyville, also a Shorthorn exhib itor, showed th6 grandchampion steer over all breeds and won the trophy donated by Beach Graii Co. The .Jerseys exhibited by Robert Miller and Son of Dawson 111., was the grand champion dairj* herd and received the trophy pre sented by Prairie Farm Dairy. Blue ribbons in the beef cattle department were received as fol lows: Shorthorns, champion bull High Moore & Son, Jerseyville champion female, Larry Moore Jerseyville. Six additional firsts Tails to Win In East Alton Dog Contest EAST ALTON — Local pooche? can win by a tail in the recreation department's pet show July 26 a 10:30 a.m. Some canines will be judger on the longest and shortest tails while others will be judged foi being the biggest, smallest, ugli est and prettiest. Also July 26, a rock and rol band will play at the East Alton recreation center. Admission wil" be free to all students who have a "youth center card" or 25 cents without a card. Junior and senior high student! can apply for a card at the community building next week. Water Ski Shoiv At Greenfield Lake Sunday GREENFIELD — The Lions Club is sponsoring a water ski show, presented by the Alton Ski Pals, at 2 p.m. Sunday at the City Lake. This is the first appearance of the Ski Pals in Greenfield following a tour of the midwest. Will Resume Concerts GREENFIELD — The first in the new series of concerts by the summer band under the direction of Jerome Ruble will begin tonight, in the city park. Fight concerts will be presented in the series. Saturday night's concert will feature "pop" music. Tom Rhody, Jerseyville, will be guest soloist, presenting selections on the drums. Funeral — Funeral sprv for IVh'S T.vrliq PnSfm' \VPVP dlictpd Fndnv aftprnnon at of fhnrch hv thp RPV. Wiliarn F. Sines. wprp L o n i s Rnr-V. holdt. Frripst SlatPn P h n r 1 Burns. Frl<"in Brown Fdwnrfl Pnl- vin and Olivpr RpanV. Tnto^mp was in thp Hartford Ppm"fpi-v. Rev. Taylor VnonHnnlntr GRAFTON — The RPV. p Mrs. Kenneth Tavlor and dancr ters, Jacouelin and Leanne are on two weeks vacation from his as pastor of the iVMhnHiet p Lural Stevens Jr. and Rosrhpr Pyle will have charge of the morning worship services on July 21 and 28. Picnic Rescheduled GRAFTON — The American Legion Auxiliary picnic Thursday ai Marquette Park was canceled anc will be held at the park on Aug, 15. ken, 1; Doug Morris, Aleda, 1. Polled Herefords, Sharon and Larry Parsell, Jerseyvillc, champ ion bull and champion female, am six firsts; Harold V. Parsell eight firsts; Robert Berger, Jerseyville one; Rawc girls, Carroll ton one; Doug Morris, 2, Herefords, Harry Sinclair, Jer seyville champion bull and chum pion female and 16 firsts, having a clean sweep in this breed. In the dairy department, Don Miller & Son, Dawson, 111., exhib iting in Jersey Breed, had the champion bull, champion female and seven firsts; Carl \V. Arnold Piasa, six firsts; and Cathy & Clark Jay Weas, Griggsville, one Guernseys, Lloyd and David Lorton, White Hall, champion bul and champion female and nine firsts; Wanona Fritz, Jerseyville two; Patty Gorton, White Hall one; Darrell Fritz, one. Holsteins, William L. Tracy Jerseyville, champion bull, champion female and eight firsts; Leo and Carol Day, five firsts; Nindj Tracy, Jerseyville, one. Brown Swiss, Bob Maupin, Jer seyville, two firsts. Milking Shorthorns Milking shorthorns, Wiednei Prairie Farms, Dal ton City champion bull, champion female and 14 firsts, clean sweep in this breed. Ayrshires, James Richter, Mascoutah, champion bull, Nancy Richter, champion female. James had five firsts and Nancy Richter, six firsts. Harold V. Parsell was superin- endent of the Beef Cattle and Vlaurice J. Melvin was judge. Superintendent of the dairy department was Don Pellikin and udge was Howard F. Benson. Sheep Department Dennis Benoodt of Genesco had lie grand champion fat wether amb over all breeds of sheep and vas awarded the trophy present- by Updike Milling Co. First place ratings in this department were: Oxfords, Polinny 'innock of Pittsfield, champion amp and champion ewe, and 12 blue ribbons; John P. Krell, also if Pittsfield, one first. Hampshires, Norman Pensoneau, East St. Louis, champion amb, one first; Don Ramsdell, of ranklin had the champion ewe and 10 firsts; Greg Moore of De- roit, 111., one first; and Dennis Benodt of Genesco, one first. Shropshires, John Husto, Rose- 'Ille, had the champion ram and six firsts; Dennis Benodt of Genesco had the champion ewe and seven firsts. Southdowns, James Nixon, .ockport, Iowa, champion lamb and nine firsts; Doris Kuerper, jenesco, champion ewe and three !irsts; and Dennis Benoodt, Ge- lesco, one first. Suffolks, Norman Pensone-xu, last St. Louis, champion lamb and champion ewe and 11 firsts; John Huston, two firsts. Dorsets, Doris Koerpar, Genesco, had a clean sweep in this class, showing he champion lamb and ewe and had 13 firsts. Corriedales, Nixon & Crawford, Birmingham, Iowa, had champion ram and eight firsts; Janet Drew, Fairbury, champion ewe and four firsts; John Huston, Roseville, one. Cheviots, Pat Ross, Greenfield, champion lamb and two firsj_s; William D. Ross, Greenfield, champion ewe and 11 firsts. Cotswold, Home Trusner, Decatur, champion ram and champion ewe and 12 firsts. Montdales, Paul and Jim Simp son, Jacksonville, champion lamb and four firsts; Bonnie McBride, New Athens, champion ewe and eight firsts; and Ed Lewis, Pittsfield, one first. Leo Egelhoff was superintendent of the sheep department. Larry Jones, Winchester, Shows Top Hog at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Larry Jones of Winchester captured the trophy for exhibing the grand champion barrow over all breeds in the swine department at the Jersey County Fair, the entry being a Black Poland China. Jones won ribbons for having the champion boar and champion female in the Black Poland China breed and took 14 firsts. Donald Ballard of CarrolUon had two firsts. Other blue ribbons won were as follows: Duroc Jerseys, George Elliott, Jerseyville, champion boar and champion female and seven firsts; Eddie Byrnes, Jacksonville,'Jour firsts; Virginia' Rawe, Carrojlton, four firsts; Gary Orris Jacksonville, one first. Spotted Poland , Chjna, Larry Dunham, Grlggsville, champion board and champion female and nine firsts; Dennis Woods, Carlin ville, seven firsts. Hampshli-es, Sarah Phillip and sons, PJttsfleld, champion boar and female, and thirteen firsts; 0ewge Elliott, Jerseyville one afcd Steve Morris, Medo. one, s, Steve Wehel, Bays, champion boar and female anc nine firsts; Leo and Carol Lee Day, Jerseyville, seven firsts. Chester Whites, Brad Price CarrolUon, champion boar am champion female and M firsts, Bruce Bryant, Franklin, two firsts, Yorkshires, Donald Ballard, Car rollton, champion boar and tw firsts; Russell Whitlow, Hillsboro six firsts; Dennis Woods, Carrollton, one first; Jim VVedckind, Raymond, two firsts; Jan Woods, ChesterfieH, five firsts. Landr&ce, Dwyer and Carter, Carlinville, champion boar and 13 firsts; Terry 0. Brockmeyer, Harvel, champion female and two firsts, Urban Sinclair was superintendent of this department and Ralph Loy was judge. Betlialto Swim * Lessons Scheduled BRIGHTON PLANT Brighton's .new sewage disposal tion when a test is made early next plant, located in a remote recess of week of the community's new sewer Betsey Ann Park, is ready for opera- system. Brighton to Test New Sewer System Next Week BRIGHTON — One of Brighton's growing pains will subside, in part, at least, when a new sewer system is put in operation sometime next week, Mayor Harold Bolt said today. There are five "lift stations," or pumping points connected to the system and these will be tested Monday by R & R Construction Co., of Alton, builder of the sewer system and disposal plant. This will leave as the main chunk of work the actual connecting of individual sewer lines to the new system. Some residents already have extended lines out to the sewer trunks and are waiting for word to make connections, Bott said. Others Jiave been holding back, waiting for completion to do the connecting work in one fell swoop. The disposal plant, similar to one in operation at Roxana and in other communities, is an odorless system but, neverthe- ess, has been tucked away be- lind a hill in a remote section of Betsey Ann Park, Bott pointed out. The pink, viewed as Brighton's greatest asset, was bought several years ago by Betsey Ann Association and final payment is expected to be made at the conclusion of the annual Betsey Ann Picnic next Friday and Saturday. The park tract consisting of 37 and one-half acres vvas bought for $6,000 and the association still owes $900, ?lus interest, Bott said. "If we have a couple of good days at the picnic, we'll burn the mortgage right then and there," Bott said. Normally profits from the picnic far exceed $900, but the annual event also finances Betsey Ann Fire Department. Shipmaii Scouts At Camp Levis SHIPMAN — Local families at :ended parents nights at Camp Warren Levis on Thursday eve- ling. Shipman Scouts who have }een at camp the past week are )ale Grogan, Tommy Young, Gene Randolph, Nickie Alberts, Don Dossett, Dennis Krause and Doug as Bunt. Adults who have been chaperoning the boys during the week were: William Mills, Lowell Dossett and Charles Johnson. Sliipinan Notes SHIPMAN — Seaman Jerry 01- denettle is on leave after complet ing boot training at San Francis co, Calif. Leonard Moore will attend ROTC training for the next two weeks at Waco, Texas. Dr. Robert Tygart of Taylor, Mich., brought his sons, John, Dennis and David, for a visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Doughty. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gwillim of Charleston, S. C., are guests in the Frank Gwillim and Don Moore homes. Workers Conference at Roxana July 21 to 24 BETHALTO — Swimming Instruction will again be Offered at Town flnd Country Swimming Pool, Ron Lawson, manager, announced today. He sriid persons wishing to receive instruction should meet at the pool Monday at^.n a.m., at which time they will .be put into groups, "Less.ons,- tinder the direction of Bob Snyder, will be held each day, Tuesday through Friday for 16 days," Lawsbn said. Junior and senior llfesaving in structioii will also be given, Law son said, and persons \vnfitln to sign up for one of the cburse should meet at 10 a.m. Mohda, at the pool. The manager also announcei teen night will be Monday frotf 9 Id 11 p.m. and adult night wi be Wednesday from 9 to 11. Hospital Notes Cottage Hills Woman At Church Camp COTTAGE HILLS—Mrs. A. R. Fields, wife of the pastor of Bible Baptist Church, left today to attend the Illinois-Missouri Christian Life Camp at Low Point, 111. Judy and Susan Lamb, members of the junior Sunday School class will be attending the camp with Mrs. Fields. They will return next weekend. The Rev. Fields has announced the church has started its own orchestra under the direction of Glen West. The orchestra will play at 7:30 p.m. services each Sunday, the pastor said. It was announced officers of the junior class have been elected. They are: Lois Williams, president; Jo Dell Downing, vice president; Mary Lee Gibbs, secretary; and Sheran Creekmore, publicity chairman. OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY! Save Money NOW! KKD NEW POTATOES 25 £ 99c LAJIG10 FANCY HOME GROWN TOMATOES Lbs. 59c CALIFORNIA LEMONS 18 For 49C Like Gclllns 6 For 1 ? UEEI BROADWAY &MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 6«ft Broadway The Washington Monument was completed in 1884. i ROXANA - A Christian Workers conference will be held at the First Baptist Church af 7:30 p.m. ! daily from July 21 to 24, with the iRev. :<cmif!th 0 Gangcl, proles- :sor of Christian education at Cal- ivary Bible College in Kansas City, Mo. in charge. The Rev. Gangel will also conduct the 9:45 a.m. service Sunday. | Sunday evening his subject will i be "The Christian Family and Their Church;" Monday, "Organization of Educational Program;" Tuesday, "The Teaching - Learning Process;" and Wednesday, "Methods and Aids." Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church, Ronald Rain, a student from Eden Seminary, will be guest preacher at the 10:40 a.m. service. Sunday school will convene at 9:30 a.m. The trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. but there will be no church officers training class. The Rev. 'Allen Dace, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, will use the subject "God's Worthy Plan" at the 10:35 a.m. serv ice Sflnday and '.'[Spiritual ;Eclipse" at the 7. p.m. service. Thp toeri and junior fellowships will meet at 6:15 p.m. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Leo Willis, 614 Marsh. Dale Dick, 1900 Rodgers. Henry Lynn, Roxana. Mrs. Alberta Highfill, Wood River SURGICAL Dr. Alfred Kuenzli, 2303 Fairview Barbara Leady, 903a Rixon. Michael Sllveus, Cottage Hills. Simon Pomatto, Glllespie. David Bauser, 3512 Coronado. DISMISSALS Mrs. Kathryn Morris, 3307 Mayfield. Eva Emons, Godfrey. Jewell Means, 437 Eighth. Fred Schleuter, 3625 Western. Harold Jenkins, Edvvardsville. Debra Sanders, East Alton. Mrs. Helen Huber, East Alton. Kenneth Cook, 3008 Glenwood. Randall Darr, Medora. Merle Wenzel, 1232 Rodemeyer. Mrs. Agnes Gihring, Moro. Johnny Stevenson, Wood River. Mark Andrews, Godfrey. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Lora Edwards, Cottage Hills Georgiann Paynic, 531 S. Seventh, Wood River. Kevin Denton, 329 Goulding, East Alton. Lois E. Clark, 2306 Lincoln. Mrs. Sharon Gagliardb, 858 Danforth. Mrs. Ruth Saxton, 512 Broadway, East Alton. DISMISSALS Donald R. and Ronald L. Turner, Rte. 1, East Alton. Russell Wiemers, Bethalto. August Burns, 1206 Central. Mrs. Patricia Klasner, 2225 Ridge St. Joseph's MEDICAL Frank Boatwright, 2788 Johnson. J. B. Gater, 909 Rock. Robert Evans, Hartford. Miss Kathy Runge, 1203 Madison, Wood River. SURGICAL . Virgil Monroe, 3231 Oakwood. Mrs. Roberta Godwin, 2405 La Salle. Herman Haynes, South Roxana. James Williams, 811 E. Fifth. iMrs. Jane Loraine, 1005 Alby. Mrs. Dorothy Halloway, 700 Alb Mrs. Pansy Hamilton; 89 Sham rock, East Alton. DISMISSALS Miss Wanda I. Bickell, Rte. Edwardsvllle. Mrs. Dee Boschert, 2202 Norslde Mrs. Errie Burton, 1010 Milnor Mrs. Willie Campbell, East Altot Mrs. Sandra Curtis, 3143 Lawn Mrs. Annie Denton, 1607 Belle. Karl Harrison, Rte. 1," Edwards ville. Mrs. Mildred East, Gillespie. Mrs. Marjorie Nowaski, Roxana John Stolze, Bethalto. Mrs. Michelle McGee, 804 Brow Mrs. Dorothy-Halloway, 700 Alb Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Raymond Schell, Jerseyvill Ronald Moore, Jerseyville. Herb Griesemer, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Vera Allen, Jerseyville. Lucky Hughes, Jerseyville. Mrs. Oscar Twitchel, Hardin. Charles Kraushaar, Jerseyville. Wood River Townshi] MEDICAL J. R. Bledsoe, Sweetwater, Tenn Mrs. Gertrude Green, 162 Eas Alton Ave., East Alton. Hezzie Harris, 401 Whitelaw, East Alton. J. Gordon Foster, South Roxana Mrs. Pearl Haws, 208 Lincoln East Alton. Mrs. Berneda Ragusa, S. Roxana SURGICAL Mrs. Joanne Spence, 414 White law, East Alton. Dennis R. Walls, Roxana. Miss Sharon -K. Long, 103 River Ave., East Alton. James Gholson, 359 Van Pi'eter DISMISSALS Mrs. Hilda Bradshaw, 110 Putnarr Mrs, Ellen Vetter, Cottage Hill Mrs. Rose Chaney, Edwardsville Robert Borrowman, East Alton Mrs. Maude Jones, Hartford. Robert E. Wylie, 739 Lincoln. Randolph Bailey, Godfrey. Michael Johnson, East Alton. James Lauchner, East Alton. Miss Joan Anglin, 612 Seventh. Mrs. Opal Holstine, Bunker Hill Mrs. Delia Beasley, 1176 Lorena Mrs. Katherine Noble, Hartford "**, •tkr A & P Food Stores 411 Piasa Biedcrman Furniture 202-204 Pinsa LTON Carson Jewelry 215 W. 3rd Franklin Union 300 E. Broadway SHOP TILL 9 P.M. Hurwitz Jewelers 818 \V. 3rd J & R Auto Stores Spiegel Catalog Dosk 400 Belle Myers Brothers 3rd and Piasa Sts. Paul's Fabrics 814 W. 3rd Schaeffer's 108 \V. 3rd Sears Roebuck Cp, 305-23 Piiisa Slack Furniture W. did With a ittle "fixin"" at the right time, a "no place" can be made into a "show place"! If lack of funds is holding you back, come in NOW and discuss a thrifty loan from usl BANK XKT THIRD AND PELUK STREETS

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