Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 7
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August 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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, AUGtJSt 21,1963 ALTON EVENING tELEGftAPft •' r ,? Jersey <SM Scouts Home From Tour of the Osarks JERSfiYViLLtji - Members of Qlrl Scout troop 606 and their leaders, Mrs, fedwnrd M. Rhodes arid Mrs. Leslie Ends, have returned home following a five-day tour of the Oznrks. They traveled approximately 2,000 miles going as far south as Hoi Springs, Ark. At Hot Springs the troop camped at Gulphn Gorge and toured;the,;area from there. They went 7 to the:top of tjW 165 foot Observation" Tower on H<k' Springs Mountain, visited the fnfrious Hot Springs .where the water is always 140 .degrees and bfljoyed a hot bflfh hi/one of the i aa .:•:?.••/ I ; 68. Coming up to Bi'anson, Mo. troop members loured the Table Rock Stale Payk and crossed the Table Rock -dam to go to the Shepherd of the Hills farm. Here they attended the Old Mill Thea- lor where ttie original story of rhe Shepherd of the Hills by Harold 6ell Wright Is dramatized in ah outdoor amphitheater atlc visited this museum containing collections 6f atttftfue beads, o 1 c tier coins and dolls, also Ozark hatidlcrafts, Indian relics and an exhibit ^ of the worj< of Rose O'Ncilli -artist and creator of the KeWple Doll. This tour Included a slop at Inspiration ; £>otnt the highest froint in the area, 1, 316 feel. » The girls also visited Silver Dol lar Cily of the 1880 0/arks, a rep lien .of a pioneer settlement Iti duding a general store, mill newspaper, . printing shop will hand press, blacksmith shop, an log church. Slage coaches and '; steam train operates around th village nnd the girls reached th village by crossing over a 180 too swingtfig bridge, and Watched a itige walef wh'eel Ifi operiatlofi. the group spent a short time at Bennett Spring State Park and wehl oh to Lebanon where .hey stayed at a motel over night. Besides viewing the mountains and lakes of the Ozarks, visiting ilstorlcl places and making guided lours, the girls shopped at the stores and gift shops and stopped at roadside shopping centers and restaurants. Girls making the trip wet* Kay Bartlett, Georgia East, Roberta Platt, Brcnda Gelsler, Cynthia Linn, Carol Rhodes, Carolyn Turner, •Sheroiytt Watkins and Gail Williamson., Tito is 'kidding' BELGRADE—American diplomats In and around Yugoslavia say that Tito Is not as mad as he claims about the cut in U.S. aid. Be alert today, alive tomorrow LETTERING 3 Treated for Head Injuries At Jerseyville JERSEYV1LLE — Rickey Bel lard, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bollard of Jersoyville was hit in the head by a rock while on a picnic Monday afternoon and suffered a laceration of the forehead. Sutures were takei at the Jersey Community Hospital. Louis Kappler of Jerseyville was taken to the local hospital Tuesday morning for treatment of a head Injury received when a melal bar fell and struck him on the back of Ihe head causing a laceration of the scalp. The wound was sutuured. Clemmeth Johnson, 5, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Clemmeth Johnson of Mcdora fell off a tricycle ai his home Monday evening and lacerated his forehead. He w a s >rought to the hospital where the laceration was sutured. Coop t^imlly Here oil Visit JERSEYVlLLE-Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Coop and children, Margaret and Michael who have been residing in Phoenix, Ariz., arrived Sunday to spend two weeks h«*e with Mr. Coop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Coop Jr. and with other relatives in this area. Mr. Coop is being transferred by his company to Albuquerque, N M., and the family will go to the new location following their visit here. Rnttirns tiontn After Visit JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Robert E. 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