Scctfon 2 ALTON EVENING Cnmlc ' '"' M Sport* *" Established Januafry 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Pm§. Parade Set .-; ' Tuesday AtSliipman - the theme for the Sthipniaii Homecoming parade to be Staged at 6 p.m. Tuesday Will be "Song Titles." the Jerseyville Muny Band Will also march Ih the parade. Cash prizes of $15 and $10 will be awarded for floats in each ol the following .categories; pretlest, most original and most comical, « Cash prizes will be given t o children In the parade for decorated vehicles and costumes. Each child in costume will be given free tide tickets. Fish and chicken dinners will be served both Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. The Les Jackson Co. will furnish the rides and concessions on the rounds/ Local groups having stands will be the Legion Auxiliary, Lutheran Ladles Aid, Christian Alders, St. Den- Is Altar Society, Methodist Youth Fellowship. Logging Business flourishes JERSEYVILLE— Logging business Is flourishing in the bottom land areas of Calhoun and Pike counties this summer, according to Thomas Lamer of Jerseyville farm forester for the counties of Jersey, Greene, Pike, Scott, Calhoun and Morgan. Lamer has been busy since late spring marking mature timbei that should be harvested. • The counties serviced by Lam er as farm forester, are part o: the Third Illinois. District of 21 counties which are in charge o: District Forester Waldon Lewis of Jerseyville. Trees in the Shy Levee area of Calhoun and Pike counties that have been marked for harvesting are 'being cut by loggers anc hauled to a mill in Missouri fdi cutting into boards. Lewis re ported here Tuesday afternoon that 350,000 board feet have been marked for harvest. The timber being cut is on a number of farms of the Shy dis trict along the Mississippi river Lewis stated' that other farmer? interested in having timber marked for cutting may con.tac Farm Forester Thomas, : Lamer at the district office in Jersey ville. This applies not only to timber owners of the present site of timber cutting but to anyone in the district where Lamer acts as the farm forester; ' The majority of trees being cu' at present in the Shy Levee area SHE'S SWEDISH DISH Ulla Jacobsson is a girl who gets around. She has made movies in Sweden, Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United States. Next on her list is South Africa where she will play the only girl among 130 Britons and 4,000 Zulas in the movie "Zula." Father Rathaeb Honored At Farewell Dinner JERSEYVILLE — The Rev. Leonard Rathgeb, svho has been pastor of St. Mary's Church, Westwoods for the past 11 years, was honored at a potluck dinner Sunday at the church. The event was a farewell for Father Ratligeb who has been appointed pastor of St. Joseph's Church in Mt. .Sterling effective July 30. Father Peter Klumbys, who has Greene Home Bureau Office To Be Closed CARROLLTON — The Greene County Homemaker's Extension office in the Farm Bureau building will be' closed from Aug. 1 to 'Aug. 12, • During that time the home adviser, Mrs. Eloise Tholen .will-be at' the Western 4-H Club Camp near. Jacksonville as a counsel- lor with groups of 4-H club members from Greene County. The office secretary, Mrs. Mary Becker, will be on vacation during that time. are mature cottonwood, pin oak, -maple and sycamore. been 'assistant: at St. Mary' Church in Mt. Sterling, will sue ceed Father Rathgeb at West woods. A native of Jerseyville, Fathe Cornelius Horn, who has been a Sacred Heart Church in Dalto City, is being transferred to St Mary's in Mt. Sterling to succee Father Klumbys. Father Horn i the son of Mr. and Mrs. Georg Horn of Jerseyville. Lelaiicl Boy Heads Legion Boys Nation COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP)— The newly-elected president of th 18th annual American Legio Boys Nation is Richard J. Stra ton of Leland, 111. Straiten, 17, was elected Tues clay night as a candidate for th Federalist Party. He defeated Ji seph Randall Jacobs, Leawooc Kan., the Nationalist Party cand date. Stratton is a student at Lelan Community High School and president of next year's senio class. One hundred delegates repn senting 48 states, the Canal Zon and the District of Columbia ai attending the program. GHATEST SHOW OF THRILLS AND SPILLS ON WHEELS INTERNATIONAL A DAREDEVILS DRIVING DEPENDABLE DODGE CARS EXCLUSIVELY! [Death-defying aerial-crisscrossleaps, 70 feet through the air! Side-splitting clowning at high-speeds! Unbelievable daring and precision driving! 28 breath-taking stunts in all. A spine-tingling demonstration of cars that can taKe, it ir .:, THE DEPENDABLES from Dodge, Don't miss out. It's the greatest show on wheels! 00008 DIVISION I Thursday, July 25—8:00 P, M. Madison County Fair HighlandJIIinois "' ^ • - - ••" * ', s ' New Books At Jersey Library JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey- ille Public Library has n nUm- er of now books ready lor dls- 'ibution according to Miss Nelle alllday, librarian. In tlic juvenile section severa ooks were presented lo the II rary by Debbie Rice. These in lude "Merry Animal Tales,' Young Kangaroo," "Daughter o Star," "Mr, Grump," Herman,' The Brave Pig," "Weili," a n r 'Niblc Nible," Other new juvenile volumes are Mystery At Land's End," "Mar> 'oppin In the Daisy Field," "Dev Drivers," "Time for Dreaming,' Center Field Jinx." "Trinket, 1 Raggedy Ann and the G o 11 ling," "Hawaii" and "Racing am Sport Cars." New books for adults include 'Elizabeth Appleton," O'Hare 'Summer Houses," Stevenson 'Late Clara Beame," Caldwcll 'How Awful About Allan," Far ell; "The Night, The Woman, lansome; "Case of the Stepdaugh er's Secret," Gardner; "Imag if Truth," Somers; "S p r I n Dream," Hunt; "Showdown, 3rady and "Ride the Wild Coun ry," Farrell. Man Dies; Hurt In Auto Collision BLOOMINGTON, 111. (AP) — Harry Harmon, 40, of Greenvi 11 111., died in St. James HospiU Wednesday of burns receive when his auto and a truck co ided on U.S. 66 near Pontia Tuesday. fei'sey Barracks Picnic Set Sunday •tEUSEVVlLLE - The World Var 1 Barracks and Auxiliary will old a family picnic at P e r e darqueltc Park near Graf ton Sun ay starting at noon. At that time plans will be madt or the district meeting to be eld In Jerseyville in August. The >rganizations will not hold a reg ular business meeting in July. 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