Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 9, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1963 PRIZE WINNERS Mrs. James Delaney, 811 E. Acton, Wood River, loft, won top honors and the "Sweepstakes" trophy with a total of 182 points in the Wood River Garden Club flower show Saturday in the Lewis- Clark Restaurant, Seth Young, center, 407 Seventh St., Wood River, won At East Alton second place with 104 points; and Mrs. J. G. Lawrence, right, 136 W. Haller, Rosewood Heights, won third with 77 points. First place winners in the Junior competition were Mary Ann and Rebecca Lawrence, daughters of Mrs. Lawrence, in front. Young Woman Injured in Fall from Car WOOD RIVER — Miss Ramona i Vogpl, 20. of 517 Prairie, Be- jthnlto. is in pood condition today nt St. Joseph's Hospital after infill-ring injuries when she fell from a moving automobile Saturday night. The accident occurred when Miss Vogel grabbed the door han die instead of the window handle in her boy friend's car. The car was traveling about 20 miles per hour. Miss Vogel suffered injuries to her right knee and left hip. Girl, 9, Struck By Motorscooter COTTAGE HILLS - A 9-year- old Cottage Hills girl suffered minor injuries to her ankles and feet Saturday afternoon when she was struck by a motorscooter. She was Minnie Berry, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Berry, 1428 1st St. The motorscooter was driven by James Harrison, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Harrison, 1326 1st St. The girl was treated for injuries at Wood River Township Hospital and then released. Mrs. James Delaney Top Flower Show Exhibitor Traband, Mrs. H. G. Schueler and Mrs. Ernest Allen. at the annual fall flower show of j \\'inning first, second and third place trophies in the Junior show for youngsters over nine years of age were: Mary Arm Lawrence, Becky Metis, and Janet Foutch. Trophies were presented in the under nine years of age group to: Rebecca Lawrence, Branda Peat and Ellen Lamar. All other children who entered were presented candy bars. Judges for the event were members of the District 5 board of accredited judges of the National Garden Club Council: Mrs. Robert Woods, Florissant; Mrs. Wilbur Daugherty, Jennings; and Mrs. Carleton Logan, Ferguson. More than 500 horticultural en- ries were exhibited, 68 arrangements, nine miniatures and three corsages. WOOD RIVER — Approximately 250 persons viewed the exhibits the Garden Club Saturday in the Lewis - CJark Restaurant, East Alton, where Mrs. James Delaney. 811 E. Acton, Wood River, was acclaimed champion exhibitor. Mrs. Delaney chalked up a total of 182 points, winning the "Sweep stakes" trophy and numerous first and second place ribbons on her numerous specimen blossom entries, which included annuals, biennials, and perennials in a wide array of colors. Trophies Seth Young, were presented to 407 Seventh St., as first runner - up with a total of 104 points; and Mrs. J. G. Lawrence, 136 W. Haller, Rosewood Heights, runner - up with 77 points. Mrs. H. G. Schueler received the "award of merit" with her entry of a "Croton" house plant, a rare plant with wide, blade-like green leaves spotted with red; and Mrs. Ernest Allen was presented the "Award of distinction 1 for an unusual arrangement combining figurines, blossoms, greenery, etc. Badges of special merit were awarded to Mrs. George Thompson for an outstanding collection of shells; and to Mrs. Ernest Lenington for a display of vines, in the educational division of the show. Certificates to be redeemed for nursery stock were presented for outstanding displays in the horticultural and arrangement divisions to: Mrs. Julia Paris, Mrs, Virgil DeWerff, Mrs. Icy Draper, Mrs. Homer Graves, Mrs. Hulda Tea and refreshments were Mrs. Wells Granted Separate Maintenance EDWARDSVILLE — Juanita Wells of Fosterburg was granted a decree of separate maintenance from Howald L. Wells Friday in Circuit Court. In Saturday's Telegraph the story stated Mrs. Wells had been granted a divorce. Says Rib Injured On Carnival Ride A Wood River woman suffered an injury to her left rib while riding a carnival ride Sunday afternoon, she said today. Mrs. John Russell, 403 3rd St., suffered the injury when her sister, Miss Brenda Hancock, 3309 Western Ave. Alton was flung into her side. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily LITTLE PRINCESS MIAMI (AP) — Sounds like a fairy tale, but little Sally Snow White wasn't named that just because it sounded cute. The baby's mother, Mrs. Harold White, explained that one great-grandmother's first name was Sally, and another's last name was Snow. Wood River DeMolays Tour Prison WOOD RIVER — Fifteen members of the order of DeMolay in company with a committee of advisors, wore guests of Ross Ran dolph, warden, for a conducted tour of Mrnard Prison and (lie Pierre Menard home on the prison grounds, Sunday. Accompanying the boys were: Carroll Slusher. Veldon Floyd, Fred Foster. Paul Hoffgren, and Lorcn Williams. Driver Charged After Crash at East Alton EAST ALTON — Mrs. Ruth M. Releford, 45 of 214 Virginia Ave., was charged with careless driving after his car was involved in a collision with a car driven by Miss Linda S. Dawson, 16, of 309 Monroe. The accident occurred Sunday about 6 p.m. at the intersection of Fifth Street and Bowman, police said. The Releford car incurred damage to the right side. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH Here Is a pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. PASTEETH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (nonacid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor breath". Get FASTEKTH today at drug counters everywhere. FINANCING served throughout ceremonies were the day, and conducted to honor charter members. Mrs. James Elledge served as show chairman, assisted by Mrs. Schueler and co-chairmen. Mrs. Lawrence as Broadway and Main Says "THANKS A MILLION" To All You Wonderful People for Your JLoyal Patronage! OX SALE NOW Winter Potatoes 100 Bag $ Jonathan % Bu. Basket Apples 1.00 Late Crop in Home Grown Tomatoes 4 Basket 29 C BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway 343 Out for Rock Spring ; Hootenanny' WOOD RIVER — The Y o u t h Activity Group of the Central and Madison Church of Christ w a s host to 343 young people at a "Hootenanny" party in the Rock Spring Park pavillion, Alton, Saturday evening. The group represented 15 churches of Christ of St. Louis and the east side area. Featured as entertainers wore: The Rev. R. M. Moorse, pastor i of the St. Louis Page Boulevard Church, vocal solo; (he Don Tucker "True Tones", Bethalto; "Red River Ramblers", a string band of the St. Louis Maryland Heights Church; and Nelson Montague, | Paul Joiner and William Allen of the host church who presented a humorous pantomime of the recording, "If 1 Had A Hammer". 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