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B-PC Senior Wins Queen Honors Golesburq Register-Mail, Gafesburg, BUSHNELL-Batribi Sweney, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Wit- liftin Sw«n«y.o{ near Avon, was crowned queen of the Bushnell Town aiKl Country Festival Thursday night during ceremonies at,EJast Park. Miss Sweney, a senior at Bushndl • Prairie City High DR. I imm erTOMITRIST lYIS IXAMINID CONTACT IINSES M««n: ( A.M. to S P.M. WtAMidir '111 Noon PrlCKri: » AM. la trJO P .Nl Phone: 3434317 or 342-3017 339 E. MAIN School, was crowned by last year's queen, Mrs. Cheryl Kepple Bidle. First runner-up honors went to Nancy Beatty, daughter ot Mrs. J. Robert Beatty of near Avon; second runner-up to Debbie Nicholas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Niclrolas, Bushnell; third runner-up to Kathy Wrestler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Wrestler, Bushnell, and fourth runner-up to Linda K. Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weber of near Bushnell. Yesterday's parade float winners in order of finish were: Beauty — Firemen's Auxiliary, Carnegie Mutual Club and United Methodist - Presbyterian Senior Youth Fellowship; Humor — Bushnell Oft Tops Club, Lions Club and Jolly 20 • righthoinea • right looation • right terms Bushnell Correspondent MRS. JAY aEMENS Home Address: S60 W. Hurst St. Phoiie 772-22W $105.00 MONTHLY $50.00 Down Work Equity Mneipal, Inlaratt, Taxat A Iniuranc*. WELLER HOME CONSTRUCTION CO. 136S E. FREMONT ST. GAIESBURO, ILLINOIS Phenai: 342.5217 343-8977 \^)t VMM W imi^M* • m NATIONAL HOMES THAN. ANY OTHER HOMES IN THE WOULD Club, and Originality — Farmers and Merchants State Bank, Grandmothers Club and VFW. All are local organizations. Barrow Show A total of 99 barrows were exhibited Thursday during the annual festival barrow show. Grand champion was shown by George Brauer, Oaktord, and reserve champion went to Claire Pottorf, Rio. Winners in the lightweight class in order ot finish were George Johnson Jr., North Henderson; McGrew Brothers, Walnut Grove; Mark Clayton, Vermont; Roger McGrew, Walnut Grove; Donald Hudson, Walnut, and Robert Meeker, Delavan. In the medium weight class winners in order of finish were George Brauer, Oakford; Claire Pottorf, Rio; Vernon Pilger, Beardstown; Christine and Lee Steele, Knoxville; Mike Clayton, Vermont, and Robert Meeker, Delavan. Heavyweight class winners in the order they finished were Todd Burrus, Arenzville; Donald Hudson, Walnut; Claire Pottorf, Rio; Steve Paul, Prairie City; Cindy McGrew, Walnut Grove, and Carolyn Tegeder, Meredosia. Judges were Bruce Engnall, Western Illinois University, Macomb, and Richard Offerdah and Hugh Olson of Oscar Mayer. George Paul of near Prairie City was show chairman. Two popular events of the festival every year are the greased pig scramble and the greased pole contest. Robert Doll and Lane Derry placed first as a team in the greased pig scramble. Each received $2.50. Second place went to Newt Howard Jr. and Roger Waller, $1.50 apiece. Third prize winners were Gary Ackers, and Chris Wilson, $1 each. Youngsters entered the greased pole contest in two age groups — 4-7 and 8-12. Object of the contest was to climb up a greased pole for a dollar bill fastened to the top. Winners in the 4-7 group were Barbara Brown, 4; Amy Francis, 7, and Sam Smith, 6. In the 8-12 group winner:: were Kenny Maloney, Aaron Paul; John Smith, Brian Smith, Chuck Bbbert, Jeft Warmath and Billy Miller. Kenneth Sanders, 38, Bushnell, was sentenced Tuesday by Associate Judge Russell Myers to serve 30 days in Fulton County Jail after he pleaded guilty to a battery charge. Sanders was charged with., beating his ex wife Aug. 11. Bushnell American Legion Auxiliar]' will have a brunch Monday at 9 a.m. at the VFW Park. Miss Sue Haynos, sponsored by the group at Illini Girls Stale, Jacksonville, this summer, will report on her activities there. Mr. and Mr§. Jack Murray, Brookfield, visited Wednesday at the M. B. Galloway home. List Services First Baptist - Edward K. Stratton, pastor. Church school at 9:15. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: Jesus' Farewell Address. Service at 7:30 p.m. Message: The Prophet, Joel. Christian - Bible School at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Judge Allen Sharpe, Williamsport, Ind., will bring the message on X- rated Movies and Pornography and How to Combat Them. In the afternoon Sharpe will speak at family retreat at Lambine Christian Service Camp. Evening service at 7:30. United Methodist — 11. James Weiss, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10. First United Presbyterian — Ralph W. Adamson, pastor. Worship at 9:30. On Sept. 3 church school will be at 9:15 and worship will be at 10:30. Qtiasar /H' Color TV I byMoranoLA'^ I AT A NEW LOW PRICE! : S>IM£ QUALITY & RELIABILITY • Man Has Himself Crucified BUCKEYE,, Ariz. , (UPI)Eugent Austin talked n woman friend into crucifying him in hopes it would bring his family back, the sheriff's office said today. Austin, 45, was found Thursday nailed to a cross erected against a fence five miles east of here, sheriff's Sgt. Ed Calles reported. Calles said Austill, who was taken to the Maricopa County Hospital with nail holes in both hands and his right foot, told them he did it because "maybe his wife and his kids would come back to him." Austill wife and two sons left him earlier this week. Calles said Austill fastened a 12-fooit-high upright to the fence, nailed on a crossbar and footrest, and strapped a ladder to it. He mounted the ladder, and asked a woman friend to stand on his pickup truck and nail him on. The woman, who was not identified, reported the incident to the sheriff's office. She told officers that as she pounded in nails, Austill "screamed like a son ot a gun." Calles said the woman probably would not be charged with any crrnie. HOSPITAL NOTES Friday, Aug. 25. 1^72 St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Miss Deborah Bell, Laura David Diefendorf, 419 Olive Mrs. Lola Hough, 1559 N. Kellogg Merland Lewis, Abingdon Miss Judy McMillan, Cameron Mrs. Margaret Pierce, Abingdon Mrs. Jean Peterson, 2083 E. Knox DeWayne Roselle, 43 E. Simmons St. Harry Shriber, 1564 Meadow Dr. Miss Patricia Sanders, 740 E. Knox Mrs. Alma Sherman, Yates City Ernest Sharp, North Henderson Carl Seller, Oneida DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Lloyd Coffey, 63 S. Seminary Mrs. Marsha Riley, R.R. No. 3, Ga'csburg John Andrews, Al'cna Mrs. Dolores Dakar, 179 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Jennifer Brli, 1167 N. Cherry Mrs. Patricia Bixby, London Mills Miss Christina Charles, 831 E. Knox Paul Mais, East Galesburg Mark Mason, 1340 N. Kellogg Miss Karen Meyer, 951 N. Academy Mrs. Louise Miller, Moon Towers Mrs. Bernadine Nelson, 65 Locust Mrs. Jeannie Shelton, 131 W. First Wayne Smith, Maquon Mrs. Ella Stotler, Abingdon Mr.s. Elizabeth Sucss, 388 N. Cherry Mrs. Pearl Wayne, Keithsburg Collate ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Clara V. Blakslce, 1091 E, Fremont St. Mrs. Lois J. Hicbert, 1549 N. Prairie St. Lawrence B. Tompkins, Knoxville Mrs. Lynne E. Kennedy, 1397 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Margaret S. Reading, Monmouth Mrs. Linda L. Mvers, Avon Mrs. Ruby A. Peve, Galva Miss Marscella Ann Tronc, 1250 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Roberta A. Lawson, Abingdon Mrs. Jeanette J. Harshbarger, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Washburn, 722 Maple Ave. Mrs. Jane 0. Lapan, Galva DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Delmar L. Eaves, 159 Indiana Ave. Mrs. Sharon L. Merriman, 81 Duttield Ave. Millard S. Clay, 995 Brown Ave. ,Iames L. Dickenson, Abingdon Mrs. Katherine J. McVey, 524 Scotch Elm Lane Mrs. Lois Ann Fuller, 646 Beccher Ave. Delmar J. Phelps, 415 Locust St, Mrs. E. Marie Allen, 3416 Lincoln Park Dr. Mrs. Tcrri C. Hopping, 15.55 Florence Ave. Mrs. Dorothy 1. Cramer, Gilson William E. Murncn, Galva Kim E. lledden, 1168 Florence Ave. Mrs. Sally A. Cramer, Abingdon Roy R. Damcwoid, Monmouth Mrs. Betty J. Howland, 1104 Lombard St. Mrs. Shirley J. Townsend, 594 Olive St. Charles M. Milllgan, Victoria Christopher T. Lavely, 434 Arnold St. Collin J. Taylor, London Mills Kimberly Galusha, 1060 N. Seminary St. Richard D. Robertson, 778 E. Fourth St. Mrs. Sandra M. Col*,/;'; V 1.333 Lane Avie. 'T; . Mrs. Lea M. duettther, / 734 Florence Ave . Mrs. Bertha C. Pctwson, 250 S. Pearl St. ^ Mrs. Pamela Ann JackMM, 1849 Bluebird Dr. Mrs. Lois J. Hiebert, , 1549 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Ruth M. Burger, 801 Whituig Ave. Does Your Organizotion Want to Make a ? SPLASH ? Check About A Pool Parly At The GALESBURG MUNICIPAL POOL Call: 342-6214 Wednesday thru Sunday 1-5 ft 6-10 p.m. ENTRY BLANK 80th Annual Labor Day Parade WIN PRIZE MONEY Open Parade to Everyone or Organization • LABOR UNIONS • CIVIC GROUPS •k RELIGIOUS GROUPS • MARCHING GROUPS • • BUSINESS -k • MARCHING UNITS • • ANTIQUE CARS FLOATS and TRUCKS EQUESTRIAN UNITS NON MUSICAL PARADE THEME — Prosperity Through Unionism PARADE COLORS — Red, White and Blue Prizes Will Be Awarded As Follows: BEST FLOAT (Based on Theme and Colors) 1st $150.00 -21111 $75.00 > 3rd $50.00 ALL FLOATS MUST BE PULLED BY MOTORIZED UNIT BEST NON-MUSICAL MARCHING UNIT $25.00 BEST EQUESTRIAN UNIT (Horse Saddle and Rider) $25.00 BEST ANTIQUE CAR (Based on Condition) $25.00 UNDERLINE ONE OF THE ABOVE AND SEND ENTRY TO: LABOR DAY COMMITTEE Box 775 Galesburg, 111^61401 Name or Name of Organization Address Zip Code Phone No All Entries Must Be In By Midnight August 31, 1972 Sponsored By — The Galesburg Trades and Labor Annual Day Committee FULL 2 YEAR WARRANTY' •TWO VUl M0IITIIIP •UAIANTII ON riCTUM TUII AN» JM OPMfONINT MITS MtttnUt luvmlM li M Ikt wffdiai WTur. 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They attended (he Needham family reunion at Lincoln Park Aug. 20. READ THE WANT ADS! Alc «Mi(- Smar^Frte piet Diet Prink WithR«al Beer F |«v4r. KINGSBURY BREWERIES CO. Sheboygan, W«. Mobil CAR CARE CENTER 631 N. HENDERSON ST. DALE BOLIN New Dealer - Owner (Over 12 Years Experience In Service Station Business in Galesburg) DON SCOTT • MECHANIC Stop In And Get Your ECKO FLATWARE Jll! i A How? Just buy $3 wortii of Mobil detergent gasoline from a participating dealer. Save the coupon he gives you. When you have two coupons from the same dealer, return them to him. And get your Ekco Eterna* fork, absolutely free. It's elegant stainless, with a wood tone handle. Or, if you prefer, take a knife or teaspoon in the same pattern. All three pieces of flatware are dishwasher safe. Obviously, if this Ekco Eterna weren't free with your purchases, it would be quite a terrific buy. Mechonic On Duty Daily - 8 A.M. Till 5 P.M. SPECIALIZING IN • Brake Service * Road Service • Exhaust Systems * Lubrication • Shock Absorbers * Tire Sales and Service • Tune-Ups * Battery Sales ond Service • New Car Warranty Service