Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 23, 1953
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MQS ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APRIL 21, «» Stndent* Win Honors At Stt Louis Science Fair - Science «* fHbits ifttefed by students ot the terse? Community High School won five firsts, two iecottd§ and 90 fWrd places in the Greater St. JUjtrti Science Pair at Washington University this week. The first place winners at the feeetrt Science Pair at the Jersey Community High School were all entered in the St, Louis event and will also be sent to the Illinois Science Academy at Shurtloff College In Alton on April 23. Winners In Alton go to State exhibit hi Macombi Exhibits winning first honors in St. Louis were; Frances Davis, a portion of nature brought Indoors; Hilda Roady. development of the human face; Lester Weller, leaf collection; Barbara Morrison, model farm; and Prances Thlel, wild flowers of Jersey County. Second place winners; Mary Pinkes, corn products, and Shirley Schleper, ceramics. Third place winners; Oerda Link, electric buzzer; Oleta Crane, leaf and twig collection; Gary DeCourcy, uranium atom; Shirley Chapin, teeth; Richard Parse!!, hamsters; Eunice Ann Orabbe, common Insects; No!a Bea Crotchett, hygrometer; Finis Schultz, soil gardening; Edward Koonig, sail boat; Shirley Russell, types of eyes; Doyle Fry, radio; Edward Koenlg, remote controlled cruiser; Dunne Montgomery, tesla coil; Cynthia Mindrup, conduct- ability; Kenneth Brown, chemical fertilizer; Clifford , Eagleton, broadcasting station; Alice Craig, mounted fox; Wanda Sen, weed ajnd se'ed collection; Robert Wade, skull collections and Betty Me- Adams, soap making. A number Of projects entered by students from the rural area of Jersey Coun^ also won awards at. the Greater St. Louis Science Fair at Washington University. H. S. Bubb, co-chairman for the Jersey County Science Fair, was in charge of these exhibits. A blue ribbon was received by Bernlce and Phyllis Goeman of Fieldon for Ihclr sugar cube residence. Yellow ribbons were awarded to the following projects! Kenneth Pruit, Fieldon, table decoration; Jenn Fulkerson, Kane, applique apron; Dave Perdun, Otterville, air has weight; Sandra Critchfield, Grafton, reed basket; James Auslon, coasters, Grafton; Jerome McCauley. White Onk, Tempera Painting and .fackie Ross, Clayton, Metal Etching. LOOK AT THESE B.F. Goodrich MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS NEW 1953 FULLY GUARANTEED Defiance $ 6.00-16 Plus Tax 12 95 AND YOUR OLD TIRE 6.7Q.15 $1490 Defiance X ^ Plus Tax AND YOUR OLP TIM B. F. Goodrich Certified USED TIRE SPECIALS As Low As Size 670x15 •Inspected and certified Price according to actual tread depth. Get 'em while we have 'em! They're priced according to the mileage you get. We measure the tread depth. You pay only for the good usable tread oli the tire. GUARANTEED B, F. GOODRICH RECAPS 6,70x15 Exchange 9 FREE SEAT COYER INSTALLATION! PLASTIC $4 A.95 MOTOROLA TABLE RADIO $29.95 $3.00 Down $1.25 Weekly Powerful chassis in thii beau* tiful cabinet brings outstanding full tone and exceptionally fine selectivity. Closely woven plastic. Resists fading, stains, moisture. Trimmed in timulated leather and white piping. FIBRE Tough, water-repellent fibre cloth, Styles to fit most cars from 1941 to 1951. OutJfond/ng Volvos/ BUY A SIT NOW CONVINUNT TIRMS Safe/ Ecjy Cor Lifting TRIPOD CAR JACK Saf.Mift 9.75 Nearly impossible to upset. Use on uneven ground. Easy turning crank. Folds compactly. fttvtftff fyt Strain 5UNSCRIEN 59c Tinted plastie film shade* uppefpart of windshield. R» duce* iky give. Fits all c*r«, B.F.Goodrieh i; i RST •UIB 4P840 E. BROADWAY Crack Down on Reckless Drivers Jersey Police Arrest 6; AH Teenagers JERSEYVlLLE-Nlght police of the city have been making an effort to curb the reckless driving which is being reported from various parts of the city. 1 Six arrest tickets have been Issued by the night police during the, past 10 nights. These have been issued entirely to teenage motorists. A complaint was filed here Saturday by Sheriff H. H. Blackorby against Clarence Winters of the Godfrey vicinity charging him with operating a motor vehicle with fictitious plate. He pleaded guilty before Justice A. Thatcher and was fined $25 and cosfs. In default of payment of fine he was remanded to the county jail. Tuesday evening a complaint was filed by Mrs. Frank Schneider of the Delhi vicinity against an Iowa motorist, Albert Reeder, charging the latter with parking on a state highway. Rccdcr pleaded guilty to the charge before Justice A. Thatcher and was fined $10 and costs. Fruit May Not Be Damaged JERSEYVILLE-The apple crop according to local orchardists is probably safe up to the present time, find many fruit growers sntf observers believe the peach crop may still be all right. B. F. Boyer of this city who operated a fruit farm for 20 years southwest of here said he believed the peaches were , not too badly damaged. There will be a lot of dropping, he said, but this will thin out the fruit and make* for a better quality. John Cummings also stated that as long as the peach buds were in the stage they were when the cold spell struck, that small dam* age would result. ' Flocks of Loons in Partt Area JERSEYVILLE - County Investigator Ray Ridenour of the Illinois Department of Conservation reported Tuesday that large flocks of loons arrived in the Marquette Park Wild Life Refuge area Monday. Loons are remarkable divers and swimmers and nest as far north as the Arctic Circle. They rarely nest in his part of the United States, preferring the locality from the northern boundtrles of the United States northward to the Hudson Bay vicinity. Their winter habitat extends usually from this part of the country southward to the Gulf of Mexico. Ridenour also reported that many wild ducks continue in the area. Kfilgoorlle, Australian gold town, gets its water through a 346-mile steel .pipeline. Read Telegraph Want Ads Baptist Women Plan Spring Rally Jersey Group to Attend Event at Glasgow JERSEYVILLE - The spring rally of the Women's Baptist Mis* slonary Society of the West Cen* trat Association will be held at Glasgow, til., April 29 at the Baptist Church. Officers for the coming year wil? be elected and Mrs. Fred Jackson, state president, will preside at the installation. A large group from the Jersey* vllle Baptist Church is planning on attending and Mrs. flger Beckner president of the local Woman's Missionary Society, is in charge of transportation arrangements. The morning session convenes at 10 o'clcock and will be given over to repcrts of the various officers and election of officers. A covered dish luncheon will be • served at noon. The guest speaker for the afternoon program will be Miss Lea Blanche Edgar, head of the English department of Wayland Academy in Hangchow, East China, who is now in the United States, having left her field Because of the Communist danger. Miss Edgar, who taught 18 hours of senior middle school English, also worked on the religious work committee of Wayland, taught an English fiJMt Clsn 8nd took §c- five psrt Hi ttw woftt of tfie Chris* tian Young People's Fellowship. She was in Hangchow this last term from 1W8 to" 1948. Previous to ,that she had served as a teacher in Tsoh Sing Academy, Klnhwa, China, from 1923 to 1927; in the University of Shanghai Middle School from 1927-28; in Wayland Academy, Mangshow from 1928-38; and the cooperative Christian Middle School, Shanghai, 193? to '42. After receiving her BA degree from Colorado College, In Colorado Springs, Colo, Miss Edgar studied In the University of California, In 1923 and in the University of Kansas in Lawrence, in 1928. She maintains her church membership in the First Baptist Church, of El Dorado, Kan. ' Mnsrooms Grow In City JERSEYVILLE - In spite of cold weather in this locality mushrooms have continued to grow, ac- cording to Chief of Pcfflct ttenson awl Pirt Chwf Wfflwn McPain. Tuesday morning the two went to McPain's home in the wwt ptrt of the city where they gathered i number of sponge type mushrooms in the yard. This has been a unique season for mushrooms In Jerseyville, Many mushroom hunters have gone into the fields and wooded areai of the country and returned empty handed only to go into their yardi and find a lot of the delicaciei growing there. One of the largest mushroom finds in the Jersey County arei was reported here Monday. Georg* Grizzle of the Panhandle area is reported to have gathered « bushel basket of the plants Friday of thi past week. They were the sponge variety and were found on ground in the Macoupln Creek bottoms. Read Telegraph Want Ads THANKS AGAIN BETHALTO For Your Loyal Support In Re-Electing Me. TRUSTEE J, M. (Dlok) ZIMMERMANN UP$ TO 45.20 ON A NEW SEWING MACHINE or VACUUM CLEANER! Kenmore Portable Sewing Machine 75 REGULAR 79.95 $5 Down PRICED LESS THAN YOU WOULD EXPECT TO PAY FOR A USED or REDUILT MACHINE! NOT REBUILT, NOT FLOOR SAMPLES, BUT BRAND NEW AMERICAN MADE KENMORE SEWING MACHINES * Whether you are Just starting or have been sewing for years, you should see and try this new Kenmore. Has double lock stitch, positive tension, easy to use bobbin winder. 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