Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 17, 1963 · Page 7
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September 17, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SJSVUJN A Telegraph Travel Feature Camping Grows in Illinois »y font LOFT\JS , telegraph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, 111. - Th sport of family campittg lh ill nois has grown so fast that state- provided sites and other service can not accommodate It. "Camping in our stats Is wa, ahead of the appropriations we'v got to provide for It," Jfljhes W McMtllen, superintendent/of stat parks, said. "It's growii so fas that we find camp sites in ou state parks are too few and w can't seem to be able to get mon Smokey's A-B-C's Always break matches in two. Be sure you drown all fires out. Crush all smokes dead out in "an ash tray. M* Please! 0 ^ my you can prevent forest fires Published a* a public service hi cooperation with Tha Advertising Council and the Newspaper Advertising Executives Association. fast enough." Money tot Campsites McMillen said the Department of Conservation has budgeted money to the state parks for camp sites, but that for every new site acquired, there seems to be four or five new camping families. "We figure that currently we're ebout 55,000 acres short in our needs in state parks for all purposes," he said, adding "and we. have about 47,000 acres of state parks. Of course, this shortage isn't Just for camping. It's for all recreational purposes. But you can see that a great portion of it is for camping." At the present rate of growth- needs in state parks and the lack of money needed to expand them, McMillen estimates that by 1980, this state will be short 200,000 acres for recreational purposes. Lots of Space "We have lots and lots of space that could be used by campers in state parks," he said, "but we don't have the money to clear and, build fireplaces and provide the picnic tables." Each camping site, he .said, is provided with its own cooking area, a picnic table and is located so as not to be too far away rom a supply of water. It is also the current policy of he superintendent of parks to number each camping site. "I'm against regimentation as much as anyone," he said, "but we've got o control what facilities we have o prevent overcrowding." But that in itself is another iroblem. Many campers do not want numbered campsites in llinois. In fact, on Oct. 5, a group f north and west central Illinois. campers are coming to New Sal em State Park, located northwest of Springfield On the site of the old town of New Salem where young Abraham Lincoln was post master, to hear McMillen ex plain why the state is going to continue numbering such sites. Asked To Speak McMillen was asked to address this group by Mrs. Charles Bliven of Macomb, who wrote and voiced her own and many other campers' objections. Those aren't the only objec tions, McMHlen said, "We get al kinds. One even came from a fellow who wanted to know why he couldn't swim nude in lakes in state parks," he added. "I hope our explanation convinced him but if he had to ask that question, I doubt if any explanation would be sufficient." Rites Conducted For Graf ton Man GRAFTON — Funeral services for Chester Heath Vanausdoll were conducted Monday afternoon at Jacoby Bros. Funera; home in Jerseyville by the Rev, Franklin Sipe's, pastor of Grafton Assembly of God Church Pallbearers were Robert, Dan Ray and Timothy Vanausdoll, Delbert Jennings and Freeman Hayes. Burial was in the Scenic Hill Cemetery at Grafton. Buy Property GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. James Beasley have bought the jasement residence property !rom Mr. and Mrs. Louis Auston n Upper Grafton and plan to complete the house and move here by spring. SALE! BRYANT GAS FURNACE! 100,000 BTU Complete with New Ducts, Wiring and Plumbing! Installed . . ONLY NO 495 S & H HEATING 1279W. 9TNST. DIAL 465-7706 LITTLE MISS AMERICA Little Miss Jamie Dunscombe, daughter of Mrs. Jeanne Dunscombe, 656 Lincoln Ave., East Alton, was crowned "Little Miss America" in ceremonies at the Wood River Moose Hall Saturday. Pictured with the royal miss are: left: Kimberly Stupperich, daughter of Mr. At Wood River Saturday and Mrs. David Stupperich, 797 Park Drive, Alton, winner of the "prettiest baby girl" title; and at right: Michael Paul Fry, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fry Jr., 719 Halloran, East Alton, winner of the baby boy contest. Three-Year-Old Jamie Dunscombe Is Crowned 4 Little Miss America 9 WOOD RIVER — Little Miss amie Dunscombe 3, was crowned "Little Miss America" in ceremonies in the Moose Hall Satur!ay evening and,was presented a huge trophy. Jamie is the daughter of Mrs. Jeanne Dunscombe, 656 Lincoln Ave., East Alton. Her talent was a baton twirling demonstration and tap dance number. She wore a black sequined bathing suit in the. firsl phase, of the contest and appeared in a floor length pink gown \yith a bouffant skirt in the evening dress phase. Teressa Mae Mprphy 4, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mur- phy, 155 Missouri Ave., South Roxana, was presented a trophy as first runner-up, and her sister, Joan Leslie, 3, received the title of second runner-up. Rebecca Jane Johnson 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, 111 Delmar, Godfrey, was third runner-up and Kathy Jean Cross 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cross, 2407 Denny, Alton, fourth runner-up. Each of the youngsters received merchandise certificates from local stores as gifts. During the evening dress pageant, the little misses were escorted by little boys and at one Bursting with good news? Just reach for the phone! Your telephone gives you so much... for so little cost. Who pan wait to spread this kind of wonderful news? And who has to wait, when there's a telephone within reach! Just think-what would you ever do without your telephone? Whether you have important n0ws, or just want to have a friendly chat, your phone is always there to depend on, 24 hours a day, Just think about all the different calls you make and receive every day-and how you'd feel without them. For sharing good news... for dependable service ... your phone gives you so much-for so little cost. ILLINOIS BELL (Jj) TELEPHONE Part of the Nationwide Bell System point the master of ceremonies, Carl Wyman, interrupted the program to dash into the audience to rescue a dimunitive miss and her escort who had strayed from the promenade pattern. Further humor was added to the event, when the tiny miss who was to win the title, had trouble manipulating her voluminous floor length -skirt into a sitting position. Presented trophies as winners of the "Babes in Arms" contest were: Kimberly Stupperich. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Stupperich, 797 Park Dr., Alton, prettiest girl baby; and Michael Paul Fry, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fry Jr., 719 Halloran Ave., East Alton, handsomest boy. Runners-up In the two divisions were: Patricia Lynn Rhodes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rhodes, 209 Ohio, East Alton. Micharl Paynic son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthcjny Paynic, 1465 Esther, Wood River; and Robert Carnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carnell, 148 Rosewood Dr., East Alton. . Trophies were presented to Terrence Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Brighton; and Eddie St. Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer St. Peters, East Alton, in the older boy division, however as they were the only two entrants, there was no contest. They appeared later in the program as escorts for the Little Miss America contest. Also serving as escorts were: Kevin Hoorman, East Alton; Jeff Hansel, Edwardsville, and Greg Murphy, South Roxana. Serving as judges for the con test were: Mrs. Jeaneen Harris East Alton; Mrs. Margaret Swan Alton, and Robert Solomon, Uni versity City, Mo. Solomon who has appeared on numerous St Louis television shows, was fea tured entertainer during the va riety show which concluded the evening. Graf ton Couple Attend Convention GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Auston left Thursday for Omaha, Neb., where they attended the International Chem ical Workers Union Convention They returned Sunday evening. Gratton Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pohlman and children and Mr. and Mrs. William Newton and children went to Alton Saturday where they attended a birthday dinner at the home of V. L. Taylor. Mrs. Bernice Bates, who is n patient at St. Joseph's. Hospital in Alton, underwent surgery on Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Sageser of Poulsbo, Wash., were guests over the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. George Paddock. Attend Reunion GRAFTON — Mr. and M r s. Leo Carpenter, Claude Lewis and Mrs. Stella Orr attended the an nual reunion of the 34th Ambulance Company, World War I Veterans, at Marquette Park Sunday. Approximately 50 mem- ers and their families were present. Hattsem Mark Anniversary At Carrollton... CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hansen of Whfte Hall, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with open house at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Carrollton, were again honored Monday morning at a special Mass at 6:30 a.m. at St. John's Catholic Church in Carrollton. This was followed by a breakfast at Day's Colonial, given by their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tucker of Carrollton and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hansen of White Hall. Two hundred and fitly guests were present Sunday at the open house. Assisting with the reception were Mrs. Leo Godar, Mrs. EUchavd Shanks, Mrs. Russell Painter and Miss Catherine Hart' wick of Carrollton, Miss Nancy Hansen, Miss Kathy Hansen and Miss Lucille Nash of White lall and Mrs. Ronald Lansaw of Greenfield. Hospital Noted CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reif of Carrollton are parents of a son born Saturday in 3oyd Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Martha Dean of Eldred entered :he hospital Saturday as a medical patient. Admitted Sunday as medical patients were Miss Rita Joiner of Rockbridge, Miss Dense Renee Kessey and Miss Janet ,ynn Kessey, both of Greenfield. Miss Mary Joan Roberts of Carrollton entered for surgery. Miss Jean Ann Bottom of Eldred was dismissed Monday. Parents of Son CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Proffer of Roodhouse are the parents of a son born at 10 p.m. Sunday at the hospital at White Hall. The child is the fifth child and third son of the couple and weighed nine pounds. Mrs. Proffer is the former Louise Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson of Roodhouse, and Proffer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Proffer of Carrollton. Attend Parley CARROLLTON — Mrs. James Tuey, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Elmer Garrison, Mrs. Francis Geers, Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff, Mrs. Gus Pohlman and Mrs. Donald Clark went to Jerseyville Monday evening where they attended the opening of the season dinner meeting of the Past President's Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary at American Legion hall. Mrs. Harry Holford of Eldred is president. Family Picnic CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ray H. Roll and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Widdowson and family and Eddie Camerer spent Sunday in Springfield at the annual Masonic Ansar Shrine fam- ily picnic at the State Fairgrounds. Honored ft* Shmvflf CARROLLTON — Miss Helen Ann Ostermann, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Ostermann of Cartollton and the late Joseph Osteffnann, who will be married Sept. 21 at St. John's Church to Bob Southerland of St. Louis, Mo., was honored at a shower given Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schnelt by her aunts, Mrs. Lawrence Ostermann, Mrs. Florence Ostermann, Mrs. Louis Ostermann, Miss Agnes Ostermann and Mrs. E. M. Huyear. 84th Birthday CARROLLTON — Mrs. Or a Raffety of White Hall, who will be 84 Thursday, was honored at a family dinner Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Harr. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Raffety and daughters of Belvidere and Mrs. R. W. Baume of Alton. Mrs. Baume remained at the Harr home until Tuesday when she was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. Raffety, who will spend a few days there. Johannesburgn tagest city below the Sahara, bears several names. God - fearing Boers call it Duiwelstad, Devil City. Africans call it E-Goll, the City of Gold. BARKLEY STATUE FRANKFORT, Ky. #-A life- size statue of the late Alben Barkley will be dedicated Oct. 3 in the State Capitol rotunda. The bronze figure of Barkley, former U. S. senator and vice president, was cast in Rome. It will occupy the remaining vacancy in the 'Hall of Fame." Other statues include those of Abraham Lincoln, Henry Clay, Jefferson Davis and Dr. Ephraim McDowell, the state's most famous doctor; THE COUNTDOWN HAS STARTED at "GODFREY HOUSE BEAUTIFUL" 10 Permit No. 807 OCT.1ST IS THE LAST DAY YOU CAN SAVE ON FINE FURNITURE! YOU HAVE 11 DAYS LEFT TO SHOP THESE BARGAINS! WE STILL HAVE A NICE SEtlCTUm OF FINE FURH1TURE TO CHOOSE FROM (All Nationally Known) NEW SHIPMENTS HAVE ARRIVED THAT WE GOULD NOT CANCEL! BRING YOUR TRUCK OR STATION WAGON-SAVE EVEN MORE! TERMS AVAILABLE, YOU HAVE UP TO 3 YEARS TO PAY-SO to 120 DAYS SAME AS CASH! GOOD SELECTION OF NATIONALLY KNOWN MAKES TO SELECT FROM • Living Room Sofas • Bedroom Suites • Springs and , Mattresses • Wall Accessories • Lamps • Odd Tables • Card Tables • Recliner Chairs • Odd Chairs WE MUST BE SOLD OUT TO THE BARE WALLS IN 11 DAYS (That's Tuesday-October 1st) DON'T BUY ANY FURNITURE UNTIL YOU'VE SHOPPED OUR "GOING OUT OF BUSINESS" SALE, COME OUT AND MAKE US AN OFFER (No Reasonable Offer Refused) Save Up to 1 / 2 and More! GODFREY HOUSE-BEAUTIFUL Located In North Alton Shopping Ointir, Next to P, N, Hlrtrt

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