Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1953 · Page 16
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 3, 1953
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16 The flaily Reglst^Mall Galesburg, lit Saturday, October 3, 1953 Woman's Club At Elmwood Sets Meeting ELMWOOD—The opening meet ing of the Elmwood Woman's Club will • be held at the Legion Hall Monday afternoon at 2:30. Each membef is privileged to take a guest. Mrs. Grace Hughes of Normal will present a display of dolls. Plan Trap Shoot The Elmwood Sportsman Conservation Club will hold a trap shoot Sunday at the club's trap south Of the Elmwood depot to start at 1 p.m. Meetings Set . The Texas W.S.C.S. will serve a fried chicken supper on Thursday night Oct. 15. Serving will be at 5, 6 and 7 p.m. The Industrial Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Ida Livingston. Mrs. Mabel Groves will be the assisting hostess. There will be a guest day and silent auction Tuesday nt 2:30 o'clock at the Elmwood Methodist Church. New Officers The new officers of the Elm wood Home Bureau are' as follows: president, Mrs. Arthur Trowbridge; vice president, Mrs. Hugh Nixon; and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Earl Lane. Add Members to Fartnitigtoii Club FAliMiNGTON — Parmington Modern Woodmen Junior Club held a wiener roast and newspaper party for members in Farmington Township Park. There were twenty-one juniors and two adults present. The president of the club, Jlmmie Evans, was in charge New members welcomed were Larry and Ronald Palley, Betty and Barry Gilstrap, Sharon Starcevich and Trudy Seitz. Connie Bigliazzi was a guest. Teams No. 1 and 3 were winners of contest identifying newspaper comic strips and magazine ads. They were headed by Jimmy Evans and Mildred McDonald. The October meeting will consist of a community halloween parly. The meeting was directed by Mrs. Zelda Bicderbcck. Woodliull Helps Mission The Rev. Frank Whitt of the Elmwood Methodist Church is assisting • at the Lostant ^Church where a mission evangelistic meeting series is being held. Elmwood Notes Mrs. Stella Bartholemevv is residing at the home of Miss Mary Groeper. She had lived at the Currin home for several years. Mrs. George Martin and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boice. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gillham and family were called to Indianapolis Sunday by the death of Mrs. Hillham's father, Crandell Neskup. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Rives of Clearwater, Calif, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bourgoin. Mrs. Rives is a sister of Mr. Bourgoin Mrs. Beth Bane and children have moved from the Margaret Smith apartment to an apartment at the home of Burl Nelson at Yates City. Henderson HENDERSON—Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cooper of South Sioux City, Neb., are visiting with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kelso of Wataga and daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Buckner o£ Utah, visited at the homes of Mrs. Bessie Dunbar and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper recently. Mrs. Kelso is Mrs. Dunbar's sister. Mrs. D. E. Davidson and Mrs. Amy Hendricks attended the 33rd annual meeting of Knox County Women's Club at Oneida on Thursday. They had a flower show in connection with the meeting and Henderson Woman's Club won nine prizes as follows: Mrs. D. E. Davidson, dahlias and mums; Mrs. Ben Hendricks, nasturtiums; Mrs. Harold Erickson, dry bouquet; Mrs. Frank Nelson, petunias; Mrs. Amy Hendricks, roses; Mrs. D. E. Davidson, bachelor buttons; Mrs. Harold Nelson, petunias, and Mrs. D. E. Davidson, glads /Mrs WOODHULL — Mr. and Mrs Eugene Fischer and two children of St. Louis spent the weekend at the Lawrence Gingery home. They were accompanied by Mrs. Beulah Dobson, who remained for a longer visit. Mrs. George Moy of Chicago came Saturday and spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Tillie Quon and daughter, Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gingery and Mrs. Otto Gingery of Tiskilwa were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Gingery home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Andreen and Marcella were Muscatine, Iowa, visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Palm of LaFayette were Tuesday evening callers in the Walter Palm home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Haxby and son of Wethersfield were callers at the Lyle Moshier home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Haxby is the former Miss Goldie Reno of Woodhull. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Engholm of Galesburg at St. Mary's Hospital on Saturday. Mr. Engholm is a former resident of Woodhull. Mrs. Jeanne Welch, who has been visiting at the Albert J. Swanson home, has returned to her home in Ottawa. Floyd Elliott of Sycamore was a visitor in the home of his brother, Fred, and wife Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Litton and family spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Karau in Kewanee. Mrs. Gerald Whitcomb, Mrs. Eric Carlson, Mrs. Ethel Olson and Mrs. John Epperson attended the 15th district American Legion Auxiliary in Abingdon last week. Winston Harwood is now superintendent of the Atlanta, 111., School Unit. He is a former resident and is moving from Hopedale to his new location. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Minder and family will soon move from the Eugene Bloomberg property to the late Charles Bell property on Route 17, three miles east of Woodhull. Mr. Minder is an instructor in the AlWood school system. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christian of Urbana spei t the weekend at the Dr. J. R. Christian home. Homecoming Events Set At Avon High AVON — The annual Homecoming events for Avon High School are scheduled to take place next week, starting with the annual parade on Wednesday afternoon. The ball game between Avon and Valley High will take place Thursday night, to be followed by a dance in the gymnasium. A queen and king will be selected, with their names announced at the end of the first half of the game. The crowning ceremony will take place during the dance. Free refreshments will be available. Dance music will be furnished by Dick Higbce's orchestra. Sec Playlet Portia Club met Tuesday night at the Federated Church. The meeting was opened by the president, Miss Fannie Carr. Mrs. John Masden reviewed the meeting of the board of the 15th District in Galesburg. Portia members were reminded of the Fulton County meeting in Canton, Oct. 28. A Shakespearian evening proved both unusual and entertaining with Mrs. Marvin Maris, Mrs. Maurice Kruzan, Mrs. Arbon Fullerton and Mrs. Willis Ruff in charge. The committee members presented themselves in a conversational meeting, held in late summer to plan a Shakespearian play, directing their major complaints toward the yearbook committee. Not lack of talent, but of time and facilities, created a dilemma which was soon solved in the form of five students of Western Illinois State College, who enacted the prologue of Midsummer Night's Dream, Act V, Scene I. Taking part were Tom Williamson as Pyramus, John Abrams as Thisbe, Les Swan as Lion, Gary McCann as Moon, and Earl Hunsecker as Wall. lUaqiioii Soldier's Wife And Baby Fly Home From Alaskan Base MARKET REPORTS TODAY GALESBURG GRAIN MARKETS Conaumef Grain * Supply (Grain bids at 1:30 p. m.) CORN, No. 2 old $1.33 OATS, NO. 2 ,.68 SOYBEANS, No. 2 $2.38 Galeiburg Soy Produeli Co. (Bids at 1:30 p. m.) SOYBEANS, No. 2 yellow $2.40 DoFortit Feed * Seed Co. (Gaiesburg-Abingdon) (Grain bids at 1:30 p, m.) WHEAT, No. 2 — $1.78 CORN, No. 2 $1.34 OATS, No. 2 66 SOYBEANS, No. 2 $2.39 visit her husband's parents, and Mrs. Russell Cecil. Man Gives 10 Times Normal Blood Supply ASHLAND, Ky. W) — Physicians estimate that Kelly T. Berger, 49, has donated more than 10 times his normal supply of blood. Since he began keeping track of donations in May, 1931, the husky chief of guards at an industrial plant has given 100 pints. In recent months Berger has had a spe- ( cial reason: A son, Kelly Jr., ani Army officer, has been serving in Korea. MAQUON— Mr. and Mrs. Burton Cecil, Mrs. Russell Cecil and Miss Beverly drove to Spring Valley Sunday and met Mrs. Robert Cecil and infant daughter, Vlcki Fayc, who had arrived in Chicago by plane that afternoon from Anchorage, Alaska. Mrs. Cecil had been In Anchorage with her husband, Pfc. Robert Cecil, and made the trip home with other servicemen's wives. Pfc. Cecil has been in Alaska, since May, 1952, and with other PEORIA PRODUCER'S soldiers are returning to the j LIVESTOCK MARKET states by boat, and will dock at;SUMMARY • Seattle, Wash., within a few days, j week Se P ». »«-o««-« *»e. ... Mrs. Cecil and Vicki Faye Mr .jjooo hogs, 2,000 cattle, 525 calves, 1 ^45 sheep and lamps, as compared mill 20 ,150 hogs, 2,630 cattle, 495 'i -iilvcs, 1,175 sheep and lambs a week 'TlOGS: Hog receipts liberal with most arrivals choice new crop butchers weighing 1D0-24O lbs. Market received first major setback of the fall season. Most butchers droped 2.00 dur- inp the week. On Friday choice butchers' topped at 24.00 but closed at 23.25. Most 190-240 lb. butchers 23.00-23.50; 150-175 lb, 20.00-22.00. See market 1.00 lower. Most choice sows under 400 lbs. cold from 21.00-22.50; heavy kinds mostly 19.50-20.75; most boars sold 15 no and down. CATTLE: Cattle market averaged ... . /about steady. Good to choice steers In Hog receipts have increased/j'^nt,. l0 ; ver grades of grassers and sharply in Eastern Corn Belt short feds were slow with a weaker terminals and the wholesale price ^—y. Most cho,^ made of pork has declined which ac-|; ood kmds mostly 19.00-22.00: commer- COlints for the decline in the liveyjals 14.00-18.00: choice heifers ranged hofi market 'f' ,m 20 .OO -2n .OO: commercial to good »Og iiidiJiti. , .'binds 13.00-19.50. Cow market steady. This observation was expressed hetter beeE cows 10.50-12.00; a Reviews Drop In Live Hog Market Sales GALESBURG ROG MARKETS (By UNITED PRESS) HOGS: Salable 300; 24.15, paid for a few loads of choice 230-7,50 lb. butchers; other choice 190-230 lb. barrows and gilts 23.25-24.00; several hundred head 23.25-23.50; choice 170-180 lbs*. 22.50-23.50; sows weighing 400 lbs. and lighter sold late at 22.25-23.50, with averages upwards to 550 lbs. downward to 21.00. CATTLE: Salable 300; two loads high prime, 1,143 and 1,174 lb. fed steers 30.25: prime 1,100-1,350 lb weights 29.15-30.00; prime 1,400-1,625 lb. weights largely 27.00-28.25; high choice 1,050-1,100 lb. steers reached 27.50; most good to low choice steers 19.50-24.00; commercial to low good grades 14.50-19.00; load high prime 905 lb, yearling heifers 27.50; bulk choice and prime heifers 22.50-26.00; good to low choice grades 17.50-22.00; commercial, to low good 12.00-17.00; good heavy and medium weight fat bulls 10.0013.50; good and choice feeding steers and yearlings • largely' 15.75-19.25; several loads good to choice 525-575 lb. yearling stock heifers 15.25-15.80. SHEEP: Salable 100; load of western range lambs sold upwards to 21.50; native lambs sold up to 22.50; mostly choice fall shorn yearlings reached 18.25; choice mixed No. 1 and 2 skin shorn lambs brought 20.25; few feeder lambs 16.00-17.00 for good and choice grades: cull to choice slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. BUSHNELL LIVESTOCK Bushnell livestock estimated receipts 350 hogs. Market active .25 lower. No cattle or sheep market on Saturday. Scientists estimate there is about twice as much nickel in the earth's crust as copper, zinc and lead combined. by Dick Herm, buyer at the Pe oria Union Stock Yards, in a livestock forecast for the week ahead. Advises Growers Herm expects the receipts to!Lamb 4 °P 20 - 50 expand further and he strongly encouraged topping out feedlots few 13.00: canners & cutters 8.00-10.00. Bull market opened steady, closed 1.00 lower. A few bulls reached 13.00 early, but mostlv 12.00 down late. Good fat bulls mostlv 11.00 down. Calf top 22.00; An important step in the rise .or hogs weighing 200 pounds or to power and independence of the heavier. Heavier hogs are expect!Federal Republic of Switzerland ed to be discounted in the neariwill be marked th s year as Bern, future, with lighter hogs tending 1 '^ nations capital, celebrates the to top the market, he said. Sows will follow the butcher price trend, Herm predicted. A further extension of the 2-\vay cattle market is in the offing, according to Herm. Choice and prime grades are expected to remain in a steady to strong position, while the short-feds and plainer quality cattle will remain steady to weak. The settling of the packer strike has given the lamb market a boost and prices are expected to advance in the week ahead, he added. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS It's a fact! The handicapped worker's performance is as good or better than that of other workers. Handicapped workers are known to have fewer accidents because they are careful. Henderson Club, also attended the meeting. Mrs. Jane Erickson attended a birthday dinner on Wednesday evening in honor of her daughter, Fred Reed, club mother of'Mrs. Paul Johnson of Galesburg, Report of Condition of (OFFICIAL PUBLICATION) The Farmers and Mechanics Bank Galesburg, Illinois transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public Accounts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the close of business on the 30th day of September, 1953. RESOURCES 1. Cash and due from banks $ 1,768,610.50 2. Outside checks and other cash items 7,594.56 3. U.S. Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed 5,509,239.90 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities 1,492,291.99 5. Loans and discounts 1,496,154.36 6. Overdrafts 769.60 7. Banking House $1.00 Furniture and fixtures $1.00 2.00 11. Other resources 2,817.42 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed proposals will be received in the office of the County Superintendent of Highways until 10:00 o'clock A.M., October 13, 1953, for furnishing materials required in the construction of the following: Gravel or Crushed Stone Surface Course, Type "B", Furnish and Spread on Road. Surface Township Section Course Chestnut 101 TR 1854 Cu. Yds. Elba 101 TR 1950 Cu. Yds. Elba 102 TR 819 Cu. Yds. Haw Creek 101 TR 1674 Cu. Yds. Indian Point 101 TR 1643 Cu. Yd.s Knox 101 TR 1654 Cu. Yds. Salem 101 TR 782 Cu. Yds. Salem 102 TR 1206 Cu. Yds. Truro 101 TR 782 Cu. Yds. Truro 102 TR 897 Cu. Yds. Victoria 101 TR 1602 Cu. Yds. Victoria 102 TR 1092 Cu. Yds County Wide Pipe Culvert, Type FOR SALE In Good Condition. CORNPICKER New Idea Harold E. Young 1 Mil* Ent of Knoxville 600th anniversary of its entry into the Swiss .confederation. The confederation had its start in 1291, sixty-two years before Bern be- Don't Dig Up Your Sewer kOTO-ROOTIft FOR CLOGGED SEWERS A DRAINS PHONE 7789-6 IF NO ANSWER. CALl 571M WELL DRILLING Prompt Service, tteaeonabfa Price* and Work Guaranteed. JONES * SCHMEI3CT! SEE HOBEN BROS. 116 8. Prairie • Phono tllt-t Grand Total Resources $10,277,480.33 LIABILITIES 12. Capital stock - S 200,000.00 14. Surplus — 400,000.00 15. Undivided profits (Net) „ —- 258,435.05 16. Reserve accounts 28,792.92 Demand deposits - 6,505,769.67 Time deposits — — 2,835,389.62 Due to banks — - 49,093.07 Total of deposits: (1) Secured by pledge of assets $ 72,906.39 (2) Not secured by pledge of asets $ 9,317,345.97 17. 18 19, 1, (C.M.P.), Delivered to Road Site 12" 15" 18" 1212 L.F. 212 L.F. 20 L.F. 24" 30" 70 L.F. 54 L.F. Gravel or Crushed Stone Surface Course, Type "B", F.O.B. Plant Site, Pit or Quarry Surface Township Section Course Orange 101 TR 2497 Cu. Yds. and at that time publicly opened and read. Proposals shall be submitted on forms furnished by the County which may be obtained at the Office of County Superintendent of Highways, and shall be enclosed in an envelope endorsed "Material Proposal, Township, Section " The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. Proposal guarantee will be required. A surety bond for the full amount of the award will not be required. By Order of Knox County Board of Supervisors, October 1, 1953. G. W. HENDERSON, Co. Sup't of Iiwys. 10/3-10-2t West Central Illinois Hampshire Association PUREBRED BOAR & OPEN GILT SALE Tues., Oct-. 6 7:30 P. M. At August*, Illinois 60 HEAD Th* tops from the loading herdi in Illinois will bo told at farmer's prlcas. (3) Total deposits .$ 9,390,252.36 CONCRETE Special price if contracted for before Oct. 31 Septic Tanks This is the "Perfection" Septic Tank, The Best |. on the Market! GALESBURG VAULT CO. 240 W. Main Ph. 2401 -6 Grand Total Liabilities $10,277,480.33 Assets Pledged to Secure Liabilities: MEMORANDUM: 26. Assets pledged (a) U.S. Government obligations direct and/or fully guaranteed $ 154,000.00 Total Amount of Assets Pledged (excluding rediscounts) 27. Purpose and Amount of Pledge: (e) To own trust department against uninvested trust funds $ (f) With Auditor of Public Accounts to qualify for the exercise of fiduciary powers $ 154,000.00 99,000.00 55,000.00 Total Amount of Assets Pledged (must agree with Item 26) $ 154,000.00 I, C. F. Hunter, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amounts shown above agree with the items and amounts shown in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to law. C. F. HUNTER, Cashier Correct. Attest: F. O. GUSTAFSON J. K. WASSON, Directors STATg OF ILLINOIS, County ol Knox, ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of October, 1953. {SJ5AW Veva aob exts, Notary Public FOR SALE 70 Pound Wyoming Feeder Lambs I6V2 cents per pound laid down at your closest freight station (50 mile radius of Galesburg, 111,) 500—2 and 3 year old Columbia Breeding ewes on hand. Rex Horney Smithshire, 111. A BARGAIN $8,500 Owner leaving city. Foread to tell beautifully decorated, well-built 3 bedroom home, southeast. Modern kitchen end bath, 26x14 living room; oil heat, double garage. Move In tomorrow. FRED BURGLAND 8-1S5I REALTOR 7513-6 Gifsott G1LSON — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harbison of Chicago visited over the weekend with the latter's sister, Mrs. Elmer Howarter and with other relatives in Maquon and Galesburg. Dr. Harry McKown addressed the Marshall-Putnam Teachers' Institute at Henry last Friday. Mrs. Dorothy Dana of Santa Barbara, Calif., is visiting friends in Gilson and community. She is the former Dorothy Newell. Mrs. Evelyn Westfall has returned home from Chicago where she spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Earle Westfall. One Good Turn Docs Not Get Another INDIANAPOLIS W) — Two men drove into a gasoline station, bought a tank of gas and then couldn't get their car started. Attendant William Torrcl obligingly gave them a push. Their engine had hardly kicked over when one of the men hopped out, stuck a gun into Terrel's ribs and robbed him of $45. To this end was I born and for this cause came I unto the world, that I should bring witness unto the truth John 18:37. The trial for seditious libel of READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS John Peter Zenger, editor of The New York Weekly Journal who published attacks on the government, is considered a major milestone in the world-wide struggle for freedom of the press. The trial took place in 1735. Zenger was acquitted after a magnificent argument by Andrew Hamilton, a Philadelphia lawyer. came a member, when the three forest cantons of Uri, Schwyz and Unterwalden banded together in a "perpetual league" to battle Hapsburg rule in the Holy Roman Empire. FOR SALE Hampshire Spring Boars Eligible to register. Vaccinated and tested. New blood lines. Also few open gilts. Carrol Oaks 3 Miles North and 2 East MONMOUTH, ILL. CORN PICKING CUSTOM CORN PICKINO . . . GO ANYWHERE H. E. VARNOLD 343 t. Second St. PHONE 2084-2 ILLINOIS STATE TAMWORTH BOAR AND GILT SALE Will be held at the fairground! pavilion in Princeton, Illinois, en Thurs., Oct*. 8 Starting el 8:00 P. M. (CST) 50 - HEAD - 50 30 Choice Boars 20 Open Gilli Cholera Immune Bang's Tested end Clean. . TERMS—CASH ILLINOIS TAMWORTH SALE Perry A. Claim, Sale Manager SAIE HEIO AT PRINCETON, III. Auct.: Col. Dwain Clark, lacona, la. SPECIALS 9 to 12 Sunday PURE LARD lbs. doz. 39c dozen WANTED To RENT or BUY Building Suitable for Automotive Electric Service Garage. Need room for 3 to 6 cars. We Have Lost Our Lease! A&K Carburetor & Electric Service Phone 6247-6 161 West Main Street PRAIRIE FARMS BUTTER lb. BLUE RIBBON COFFEE lb. TRADING 1515 East Main Good News lor Hog, Cattle AND POULTRY FEEDERS IN THE GALESBURG AREA VICTOR FEEDS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO YOU AT ALL TIMES AT Stockyards Feed Store GALESBURG. ILLINOIS Never before has the 85% Cost for Feed Going into MEAT, MILK and EGG PRODUCTION been more entitled to your close examination., Be certain you know what you get in feeding value for the dollar you spend. Judge the quality of feed by the integrity of the maker. VICTOR Manufacturer of top quality dependable feeds for almost a century now offers you the advantages of local stocks of mill-fresh feeds at prices which enable you to make a profit. Compare These Values Victor 10% Cattle Niblets Cwt. $3.75 Victor 22% Cattle Niblets _ Cwt. 4.20 Victor Pig Starter (Sugar Sweetened) Cwt. 6.40 Victor 25% Hog Builder Pellets Cwt. 4.95 Victor 35% Hog Supplement Pellets—- Cwt. 5.40 Victor 20% Egg Granules -— Cwt. 4.75 Victor 26% Poultry Balancer Granules -—Cwt. 4.95 HAVE YOUR TRUCK PICK UP A LOAD AND SAVE AT Stocky curds Feed Store C.B.&Q. Stockyards HEADQUARTERS FOR VICTOR Phone 4317 Galesburg, 111.

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