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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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ALTON 84 Horses in r' Saddle Show At Jersey horses \Vere entered in the llofse show sponsored by the Jefseyvllle Saddle Club at the fairgrounds Sunday. Wlhhers In the grand entry were; 1st, Julie Countoii, East Al-> ton; 2nd, Jerry Blutnenberg, Harrt* burg; 3rd, Larry Drean, East Alton; 4th, Bud Adcock, Murrayville; 5thj Roger Wade, East Alton; 6th, Bonnie Jackson, Kane; 7th, Mike Wolf, Pearl; 8lh, Darre Relchman, Carrollton, 9th, Carol Balaco, Godfrey; 10th, John Evvin, Brighton. In the open model class win tiers \vere 1st Dolfa 'Dolly ridden by Howard Ruyle of Carrollton; 2nd, Amber ridden by Paul Wheeler, Pearl; 3rd, Lightning, Carol Balaco, rider, Godfrey; 4th, Daphyne, Jim Summers, Winchester, rider; 5th, Golden Boy, W i I b u i Coats, Winchester, rider. Winners in lhr» Junior Pleasure Class were; 1st, Dolfa Dolly, Carolyn Davenport, Jerseyville rider; 2nd, Taffy, Sharon Summers, Winchester rider; 3rd, Nellie Bell, Pearl; 4th, Chico, Ron Coun ton, East AHon rider; 5th, Light- ning.Debbie Balaco, R. 1 Godfrey rider. Pole Bending event: 1st, Cindy, Allen Davenport, R. 4, Jerseyville rider; Black Jack, Roland Custer, Eldred rider; 3rd Cinnamon, Bill Wellcr, Jerseyville, rider; 4th Lady Be Good, Bob Forbes, Hillview rider; 5th Fireball, Dave Custer, Carrollton rider. Junior Plug Race winners were: 1st, Royal Duke, Bill Weller, Jerseyville, rider; 2nd, Trouble, Carl Ewin, Brighton rider; 3rd Buck, Sharon Summers, Winchester rider; 4th Sandy, Carolyn Davenport, Jrseyville rider; 5th, Mo-Jo, Larry Drean, Alton rider. In the Senior Pleasure Class winners were: 1st, Dolfa Dolley, Howard Ruyle, Carrollton rider; 2nd Amber, Paul Wheeler, Pearl rider; 3rd Lightning, Carol Baker, Godfrey, rider; 4th, Royal Duke, Don Priest, Jerseyville rider; 5th, Pet, John Booher, Jerseyville rider. Junior Flag Race winners were: Fire Ball, Rex Cox, Hillview 1st; Ed, Nancy Albers, Winchester, 2nd Banjo, Sharon Summers, Winchester, 3rd; Brownie, Rex Cos, Roodhouse, 4th; Conman, Ricky Xoa, Hillview, 5th; Barrel Race Open Class plac- ings were: Rowdy, Gale Custer, Eldred, 1st; Brownie, Rex Cox, Roodhouse rider 2nd; Fire Ball, Dave 1 Custer, Carrollton rider 1st; Banjo, Wilbur Summers, Winchester rider 4th; Mo- Jo, Larry Drean, East Alton, rider 5th. Junior Potato Race; Lucky, Diane Davenport, Jerseyville rider 1st; Lady Be Good, Mouse Foiles, Hillview, rider 2nd; Dolly, Doug Davenport, Jerseyville rider 3rd; Sunchinem Ricky Cox, Hillview rider 4th; Comanche, Rex Cox, Hillview, 5th. Hoop Race (Open) Fire Ball, Dave Cster, Carrollton rider 1st; Blackjack, Roland Custer, Edlred rider 2nd; Sorrelfrie, Roger Wade, East Alton rider 3rd; Long Gone, Mouse Foiles, Hillview, 4th; Bud. George Johnston, Carrollton rider 5th. Flag Race (Open) winners were: Sparky, Joe Conrad, Carrollton rider 1st; Rowdy, Gale Custer, Eldred Rider 2nd; Buck, AHS Musicians To Be Guests of Municipal Band The' Alton Senior High Schoo' band and orchestra will be guests on the Alton Municipal Band program this week. The orchestra tinder the direct ion of Charles Musgraves will play at the 8 p.m. Thursday concer In Rlvervlew Park and* the bam under the direction of Boyd La Marsh will play at the 8 p.hi Sunday concert In Rock Spring Park* Stephan Batchelor, soloist, \vil sing "It's a Grand Night foi Singing" at both performances. The Muny Band will perforn both nights with "The Goldman Band March"; selections from "Gypsy"; "Prairie Saga"; "Sleep ing Beauty"; "Lights Out", and "Illinois Loyalty SOUR". Dwight File, Alton rider 3rd; Royald Duke, Don Priest Jerseyville 4th; Jubilee, Ed Relherford, Greenfield rider 5th. Graf ton Dinner Marks Birthday* GRAFTON — Mi*, and Mrs. Gene Gobble entertained at ft dinner at their home Monday evening hohbring their soft, Jerry, whose birthday occurred Aug. 1, and Mrs. Pete Butler, whose anniversary is Aug. 7. Ornfton Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs Donald Clay and children left today for a visit with relative? at Steelville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Snyders and daughters, Janet and Trudy, returned home from a three- week vacation. They spent two weeks in the Smoky Mountain area and a week in the Ozarks. Elias Churoh, who underwent surgery at. the John Cochran Hospital in St. Louis in July, reentered the hospital Monday for further treatment. Mrs. Edith Nairn and daughters, Doris and Berneda, left Tuesday for a vacation at. Iron Mountain Lake in the Ozarks. Sgt. and Mrs. Don McCoombs and son, Ricky, returned to Fort 2 Steel Firms Share Orders from Par East Ladede Steel Co. and Granite City Steel Co. have shared in $63.477 order for Pakistan and India in recent foreign aid orders Congressman Melvltt Price announced today. The Alton and Madison plants of Laclede Steel Co. produced a $17,200 order for steel rods to India. The Granite City Steel Co. plaht Is producing $46,277 of steel sheets and galvnni/ed corrugated iron sheets for Pakistan. The orders were made through the Agency for International Development, a division of the State Department. SANTO DOMINGO — Sales o arms are reported increasing in jie Dominican Republic. Leavemvorth, Kan., Tuesday fol lowing a visit here with friends and relatives. SEARS ROEBUCK AND 66. In Time for Back-to-School Buying! OFF on Reg. 2.99 Boys' Nylon Fortified JEANS 4-Days Only! 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The department says most o the imported beef is of a quality hat does hot compete «#Hh 016 beef produced ffbw gralfrfed animals in this country. Most of the foreign beef, It says, Is imported for meat processing uses. "Its main influence is on prices of cull cows and bulls," Says the department. "In this respect, 1m ports in the past five years have mainly filled the gap resulting from decreased domestic cow slaughter, imports plus domestic cow-beef production during the past five years have aboil equaled our estimated domestic cow beef production In 1956," BOGOf A — Colombia will have several new government agencies patteffted alter t*.& bureau*. FALSE TEETH That lifidsefl N*ed Not Embofrosi Mint W»»r*t* of f*t** t*»th hit* iuS*H& r«H *mb»rr»Mm*nt b*e»u»* tholr pl»t« dropped, «!pp*d or wob* bl*d »t Jutt the wrofig tlm*< Do hot »»» In fm of thU h»pr"-" Juit tptlnkl* * llttf* th* nlkillnft (non-»cldi tour put**. Hold fMM BHhly, »o th«y twl — »bl«. 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