Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 22, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 22, 1963
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Section 2 Ptige* 18*20 JL x^l^l TELEGRAPH Cittsalfted Established January 15, 1836, ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, JULY 22, 7c Per Copy Member of the Associated Press, Winners in Jersey 4-H Livestock Show Listed JERSEYVILLE - The grand champion heavyweight steer, a Hereford, at the 4-H Show of the Jersey County Pair was owned by Elvln Breltwelser; grand champion cow, a Holsteln was shown by Martha Krueger; Bob Wock showed the grand champion fcmule, an Angus, and Knthy Bcrger had the grand champion steer, an Angus. Reserve champions were owned as follows; Dennis Gaffncy, reserve grand champion female, a Hereford; reserve grand champion Brown Swiss heifer, Robert Mnupln; Sharon Parsell, reserve champion female and her brother, Larry Parsell, reserve grand champion steer, both Hercfords. A number of Jersey County youths won prizes In the Junior livestock show tit the fair, First; places in Ihe Beef Cattle division were as follows: Shorthorns, Larry Moore, Jcr- seyvillc, champion Heifer medal and champion steer medal, and three firsts; Doug Morris, Aledo, one first; Virginia Fritz, Jcrseyvillc, one first. Angus, Marvin Tuetken, one first; Judy Tuetken, Jerseyville one; Wock Brothers, Jerseyvillc two; Doug Morris, Alcdo, one. Polled Herefords, Robert Berger, Jerscyvillc one; Sharon and Larry Parsell, three; Rowc Girls, Carrollton one; Douglas Morris, Aleclo one. I-Icrefords, Terry Walsh, Jcr- seyville one. . Dairy cattle ratings were: Jerseys, Donn Miller, Dawson, three firsts; Cathy and Clark Gay Weas, Griggsville one. Guernseys, Wanona Fritz, Jersey ville one; Darrell Fritz, Jersey ville, two; Holsteins, Tony Krueger, Kane, two; Cindy Tracy, Jersey ville, one; Louis Stumpe, Jersey ville, one. Brown Swiss, Bob Maupin, Jerseyville, one; Allen Maupin, Jersey ville, one; Ayshlres, Nancy Richer, Mascoutah, four- Sheep, Oxfords, Johnny Pennock, Pittsfield 3; Hampshires, Norman Pensoneau, E. St. Louis three; Shropshires, Dennis Benoodt, Genesco two; John Huston, Roseville one. Southdowns Doris Kqerper,... Genesco two; Norman Pensoneau E, St. Louis one. Suffolks, Norman Pensoneau, E. St. Louis three. Dorsets, Doris Koerper, Genesco three; Corriedales, Janet Drew, Fair- burg three; Cheviots Pat: Ross Greenfield three; Monldales Paul and Jim Simpson, Jacksonville three. > : Firsts in Swine department were; Durco Jerseys Jim Shanks, Kane one; Rita Rawe, Carrollton one; Virginia Rawe, Carrollton Tops Red Cross Quota 3 Youths Sentenced In Greene CARROLLTON — Duane Acaro, 18, Charles Fishol, 17, and Clifford Gossagc, 17, all of Beardstown, were denied probation at a hearing Friday before Judge Clem Smith in Greene County Circuit Court and were sentenced to from three to five years at the state penitentiary al Menard. The three were charged with committing 31 burglaries in 11 different counties including three in Greene. They appeared before Judge Smith July 12 and entered pleas of guilty and asked for probation. Leonard Stone was named special probation officer and investigated tho charges. G. K. Hutchens represented Charles Fishel and Julian Hutchens was appointed by the court to represent Acara and Gossage. Congress Is Facing Slow Week CARROLLTON - A total of $290.19 Was collected for the Red Cross here Saturday morning by girls of the various churches of the clly. The money collected Saturday, added tn Ihe amount already turned In assures the township of ex- ceed'ng its oiiotfi of $1,450. Floyd Hownrd and Frank Kuhnline were the fund drive chairmen for Cavi'jHton. Mrs. Oren Sleber- mann of Carrollton Is the county fund drive chairman. Carlinville Youths to See Cardinal Game CARLINVILLE — The annual Lions Club sponsored trip to the ball game at St. Louis for youth of the community has been set for Thursday, Aug. 15. The St. Louis Cardinals will play the Houston Colts. Buses will leave the public square at 5:30 p.m. and all are urged to take a sack lunch. This trip is available to all boys and girls between the ages of 9 through 13. Those wishing to make the trip are to turn in their names to the following: Dan Pressler at Pressler's Conoco, Meter Policeman Melvin Churovich or Lester Bertolet who desire to make transportation plans as soon as possible. This annual trek is made possible through the public's contributions at the annual Lions Club carnival, This year's carnival is FROM THE HOUSETOP A feature of the fourth anniversary celebration of the Monticello Pla/a Shopping Center, which begins July 31 and continues through Aug. 10, will be live broadcasts from atop a house in the center of the parking lot. Here Jim Brown, disc jockey, is flanked by Miss Linda Miller, left, and Miss Mary McCubbin, right, students of the Ann Wig- gcr modeling school. ___ 40 Macoupin Girls at 4-H Camp Carrollton one; Gary Orris, Jacksonville one. Black Poland China, Donald Ballard Carrollton one; Larry Jones, Winchester three; Spotted Poland China, Larry Dunham, Griggsville three; Dennis Woods, Carlinville one. Hamp- shires, Steve Morris, Aledo one; Larry Dunham one. Berkshires, Steve Webel, Bays four. Chester Whites, Bruce Bryant, Franklin four; Yorkshires Donald Ballard, Carrollton; Jean Woods, Chesterfield three. Landrace Terry Brockmeyer, I-Iarvel three. Roger Brooks was superintendent of this department. Judges were; Beef, Maurice J. Melvin; Dairy, Howard F. Benson; Sheep, R. T. Kinser; and Swine, Ralph Logan. Greene Adviser To Be Judge at 2 4-H Programs CARROLLTON — Mrs. Eloise Tholqn, Greene County home adviser, will be a judge at two 4-H club Achievement programs tWs week. Mrs. Tholen will judge foods Wednesday in Jacksonville and will judge clothing Thursday in Macomb. . She will return to Jacksonville Friday where she will attend n meeting ; >f Uie board of directors of'the Western 4-H Club Cnmp which will be held in the Morgan County Farm Bureau building. WASHINGTON (AP) — .If Congress decides that something must be done in a hurry this week to head off a railroad strike, there won't be any othet 1 major business to diver its attention. As has been the case for the past several weeks, there is little of consequence on the agenda of either the Senate or the House. However, committees in each branch will keep plugging away on such major matters as civil rights, taxation and foreign aid, all of which are docketed for final action this year. The House program for this week lists such matters as District of Columbia legislation, service acaderny appointments, air pollution and arrangements for office space for presidents-elect. The Senate has three bills on its agenda. They deal with the location of embassies in residential areas, commercial fisrery research and transmission of power from the Falcon Dam on the Rio Grande River. Agricultural production in India increased' by 39 per cent over the 11 years from 1950 to 1961, scheduled lor Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 6 and 7. Roxana Scouts Return From Camp Levis ROXANA — Boy Scouts of Troop 25 returned Saturday after spending the past week at Camp Warren Levis. Boys who attended were Fred Hubbard, Kenneth Perkins, Billy Kelly, Billy Warren, and David Howard. Thursday night was parents night. Fred Hubbard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hubbard of East First Street, was named to t h e Order of the Arrow Friday evening. Jerry Howard, a member of the Order of the Arrow, spent Friday evening with the troop. All boys worked on and completed several merit badges and advancements. Scoutmaster Dewey Bail returned home Friday and Assistant Scoutmaster Harley Howard stayed with the boys Friday and Saturday. , CARLINVILLE — Over 40 Macoupin girls are atending the Western Illinois 4-H Camp this week at Jacksonville. Counselors for the camp from Macoupin County are Nina Sathoff, assistant home adviser; Terry Mills, Shipman Sunbeams; Margie Kallal, Polk 4-H Club; and Barbara Ahrling, Plainview 4-H Club. Girls attending camp are: Carol Bacon, Sandy Bates, Artie Kay Bazzarone, Peggy Lee Bettis, Carol Boston, Loreen Mae Bray, Kay Brunk, Pain Centko, Janet Cox, Cincy Cherry, Sandy Duncan, Joan Dunham, Patty Dunham, Peggy Dunham, Ruth Dunham, Patricia Dwyer, Angela Ferguson, Renee Foiles, Joeen Gaudio, Joyce Green, Karen Harms, Rose Ann Harms, •Donna Hays, Donna June Johnson. Sharon Kaufman, Beulah, Lau rie and Jane Ellen Lister, Miri am Maxwell, Judy McAfee, Con- 4 Edivardsville Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Four area patients were admitted to St Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the past weekend, two patients were discharged and three births recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerarc Gray, 1021 Prickett, a son, at 2:23 nic Moyer, Rosemary Pressler, Sheryl Price, Kathy Ramey, Betty Ann Riffey, Carol Schlein, Judi Selvo, Barbara Steidley, Debbie Stewart, Marcia Talley, Bonnie Vogel, Peggy Woods, Ruth Finney, Frances Wills, Vicki Blotna, Vicki Marasti, Kathy Tarran, Vicki Whitlock, and Karyl Hopper. Six to Be Inducted At Jersey JERSEYVILLE - Marry Modlin, chairman of Ihe Local Sfilec- livo Service board has announced that a call for six men for pre-in chu.'tion physical examinations has been received. The men arc to report at the local office- Aug. 22. Throe will bp sent for examination from flic Calhoun County board on flic same date. The trip to the Armed Forces Examining Station in St. Louis will be made by chartered bus. Horse Pulling Contest Staged Al Jersey Fair JERSEYVILLE - An old fash- oned Jiorsc pulling contest was staged at the Jersey County Fair Friday afternoon operating under the rules of the University of Illinois. Premiums of $450 were awarded in this event. Winners in the Light Horse teams under 3,000 pounds were: Roy Bromfield, Vermont, first; Harold Gilbert, Shelbina, Mo., second and sixth; Danie Lappin, Bonnie, 111., third; Floyd Lemons, Roodhouse, fourth; Herschel Fulk, Bonnie 111., fifth. In the Heavy horse teams, over 3,000 pounds, ratings were: Jersey Youth to Be James Scholar JERSEYVILLE - Shnrrill F. Freesmeyer of Jerseyville is one of 313 new participants in the James Scholars honor program for academically superior students at the University of Illinois in Urbana for next September. An nouncemcnt was marie here loduy by Professor Robert E. Johnson, director, University of Illinois honors program. Participants are three per cent of the entering freshman class chosen on the basis of available records, tests, recommendations of high school principals and teachers. James scholars are taught In special course and section design ed to exercise to the fullest theii academic capabilities. They are permitted prc-rcgistration anr special adjustments in class pro grams to fit their excoptiona' abilities. The group is known as Edmunc James scholars, honoring the lat >. James, president of the uni velsity from 1906 to 1920. Freesmeyer Is a 1963 graduate f the Jersey Community High School. Me is the son of Mr. and VIrs. Frank Freesmeyer of Jer- eyvllle. Cardinal Valeri I3ics al Vatican VATICAN CITY (AP)—Valerlo :ardinnl Valeri, prefect of tile Vatican Congregation of Religious, died today In his apartment in the Palace of the Holy Office. The Italian cardinal, 79, was stricken with a grave throat infection earlier this month. Pope Paul VI went to his private chapel to pray as soon as word of the cardinal's death at dawn reached him. Cardinal Valeri's death reduces the College of Cardinals to 80 members. 5 BIG STORES —OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 Fred Lappin, Bonnie, first; Wayne Angle, Pearl second; Floyd Lemons, Roodhouse, third; Bill Par- ens, Clayton, 111., fourth and Ed Baker, Rockbridge, 111. fifth. Third in a series LYON — French police report several Eiffel Tower sales here. Judge Clem Smith Named Chief of 7th District CARROLLTON - Judge Clem Smith of Carrollton was elected chief Judge of the district under the new judicial code which Give your'expandable blood to save an unexpcndoble American goes into effect in January of 1964. ' : . The election was held Saturday at a meeting of the circuit, county and probate judges of the 7th judicial district in the Dunlap Hotel in Jacksonville. Judge Smith has Uie distinction of being ihe first chief judge to be elected in the district and his work now will be to plan and direct the charges which' must be made in the courts of the district in compliance with the new judicial code Judge Smith ban been a circuit judge in the district since June of 1945 and was countv judge in Greene County previous to his election. Presant u thn meeting for the select* .n of a chief Juc".gu were Circuit 'Judges pevvltt 'S. Crowo of Springfield; Crell Douglass of Springfield; Sam 0. Smith of Gl- rard, and, Clem Smith of Carroll on. Stanley Thomas of Springfield, langamon county probate judge vus present as were the follow- ng county judges: William D. Conway of Sangamon County; L. A. Mehrhoff of Greene County, Howard White of Jerseyville, By•on E. Koch of Winchester and John Wright of Morgan County. p.m. Saturday, weight 7 pounds 10 ounces. The mother is the for met 1 Kalhryn Boccaleoni. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cumberledge, 17 Greenway Drive a son, 'at 10:20 a.m. Sunday weight 6 pounds. 8 ounces. Th m other is the former Caro Perrini. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sny der, Rte. 1, a daughter, at 10:5i a.m. Sunday, weight 5 pounds ~ ounces. The mother is the forme Edith Bickell. Admitted wre: Brent Thorley Rte. 2; Miss Lynda Barnett, Rte 2; Mrs. Gertrude Jegel, 434 Wes Union; Mrs. Inez Townscnd, 14 West St. Discharged were: Mrs. Mary Ponela, Rte. 4; Otto Bartles, 812 Prickett. HIRSCH&CO THETMQVE: SOME QUANTITIES LIMITED! DUNCAN FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS INC. LYON — A new textile making venture be tried France. • MM Money Problems? - CONSOLIDATE If ye-u ore unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills when due, arrange payments you can afford regardless of how much or how many you owe. One place Ik to pay. No co-signers or security needed! ALTON BUDGET PLAN 800 KlbaiS lionuptl and Mrouwd UOfl-iJini Auummmumm ••••••••••• • • • • • • • 1111.11 Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription r I StoM"Attwto In Minutti • • R«»ef J^tft for »vop» 'y-*** *__,.I\_TI,» Mthma I-!R tiny tabUti ?»Ued <Pr,-.,,„.,- -, Theie PrimnteHO Tablets open bronchial tuber, loosen condition, relieve Uvt nervoui tantU>n> All without painful lujectlpn*. »t>oret l»-rPrlmutene eomblnfi "-'---- Cla.fuU pretcrlptioJB • most effective |Q Each pwformi a »p«eM iSp leefe ftrywd (o il«»p at and freedom f row iithma II>«fnf> Roxana Drug Store ^Prescription Specialists" I >HHM «>B«w>>>ai^>B Prescriptions, Drugs, Medicines, Magazines, Ice Cream and 24 Hour Photo Developing Service Store flours; 9 fl,M, to IQ P.M. Patty Curing Wnk Phone CL 4-8724 Alton's oldest industry STILL GOING STRONG! Founded in 1874, almost a century ago, Duncan Foundry & Machine Works, Inc., has been a part of Alton's economy longer than any other industry. Duncan Foundry manufactures such items as steel castings and equipment for steel plants. Employing some 300 people representing over 1200 Alton area residents,' Duncan Foundry & Machine Works, Inc. contributes much to the financial stability and progress of Alton. The many factories and places of business located in Alton help us all grow and prosper through the taxes they pay and the active part they play in the community. The progressive attitude and efficient operation of all Alton area industry attracts new business to Alton. It attracts new people, too-and every 100 new manufacturing jobs add 65 more service jobs to Alton's working force.* Thus, each Alton business and industry contributes to our prosperity no matter where each of us is employed. _ So Alton continues to grow, backed by the stimulating enthusiasm and aggressiveness of its business community. It's growth reflected in tha energy of our city and Its people. Truly Alton is a great place to live and work. •Source: U. S. Dept. of Commerce This message presented by P/'asa First Federal as a community service 36" WIDE "QUADRIGA" Fast Colors Crease Resistant • Hundreds of Patterns $100 PLASTIC TABLECLOTH PRINTS On White $ Background ...... Reg. 1.98 STOREWIDE SUMMER CLEARANCE NOW IN FULL SWING Big Selection! BAGK-TO-SGHOOL DRESSES ., . $1.99 UP $c OQ TO «9i«7«7 '^KpW^ Tt i "FIRST Ftptui I ' SAVINGS! GJ PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Account* Insure?! to 110,000 by Fe^ral Savings & Loan Insurance CorporaUgn iM/<j FOR QYGR 75 QQNSSGUTIYB YEARSI Salesmen's Samples! DRAPERY LENGTHS Values to $1.98 • 36" x 48" Widths WE'RE OPEN TIL NINE TONITil B « wp t DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER 3 WAYS TO BUY— Downtown Norlli Alton Allon Open Mon. unit Opon Kycry Prl 'Til » p.m. Nlulu III U — Othur Duys SiiHinluy !) to S;OU "I'll 5:30 AlUill I'llUU ii Moil, uncl "HI » — Olliur Uuy» 0 tu 9:30 Wlhlilro Vllluwc Open Evory l)uv U a.m. to I) p.m. Puwntowii Wood Hlvtir OlH'ii I'rlcluy NIU; "I'll 0. 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