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October 17, 1953 ^^^^^^^^^^^ In 6-6 Tie * Valley and Cuba battled to ft 66 tie Friday afternoon In an Olympic Conference game at Fairview. It was the annual homecoming game for the Vikings of Coach Hank Bennett The contest was played in ideal weather before a good size crowd that was treated to a fine brand of football. The Vikings were particularly effective on defense, while the Cuba eleven flashed a trick attack that featured a razzle- dazzle type of play. Cuba went in front 60 in the second period as Gary Keefauver raced 36 yards around left end unmolested to score. The conversion attempt failed and the visitors held that lead at halftime. The third quarter, like the first, was a scoreless duel as neither team could make any offensive headway. Valley had the ball on the Cuba 20-yard marker as the final frame got underway. It was a Gluts to Roberts pass that moved the ball within the shadows of the Cuba goal line, Running plays by Valley moved the ball to the three-yard line and then Jim Norris scooted around right end to score. The plunge for the extra point just missed and the game was deadlocked at 6-all. Neither team threatened the others' goal from that point on. The Vikings picked up a total downs to five for o. i KEY MEN IN WIN—Two of the top performers for the Monmouth High School's Zippers in their 250 win over Canton in the Homecoming tilt Friday night were Ivan Haase and Marvin Olson, halfbacks. (See story on page 11.) of eight Cuba. Valley (6) Roberts Woolsey Utsinger Keefauver Jones Smith Anderson Gluts Norris Mason Combs first and Coleman did some fine ball carrying. Of course Coach Staven* hagen was sending in reserves, which made some difference. Monmouth made 15 first downs- while Canton had 9. In rushing Perez Stops Cam in 8tji; Mav Box Gallarclo 0. HIGH SCHOOL (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Feitshans Springfield 6, Beardstown to Decatur 13, Springfield 12. Collinsville 25, Gillespie 0. East St. Louis 46, Quincy 12. Danville Schlarmari 13, Urbana 6.' Chenoa 31, Forrest 6. Keokuk, Iowa 54, Limestone 13. Pekin 40, Peoria Manual 0. Farmington 7, Tremont 0. Walnut 47. Elmwdod.6. Noi'thwestern 18, LaHarpe 14, Morton 14, Washington 13. Metamora 20, Chilltcothe 19. East St. Louis 46, Quincy 12. Macomb Western -18, Warsaw 0. Wethersfield Kewanee 12, Toulon 0. Walnut 47, Elmwood 6. Wyoming 38, Princeville 14. Orion 26, Cambridge 0. Atkinson 19, Reynolds 19—tie. Manlius 46, Wyanet 19. Bureau 31, Sheffield 13. LeMoille 35, Ohio 0. Maiden 27, Neponset 7. Mooseheart 67, AUeman Rock Island By JACK HAND NEW YORK f/PJ—Lulu Perez, flashy 20-year-old Brooklyn featherweight with 23 straight victories, le it c rt. re qb lh rh fb Cuba (6) Quick Bunch Paul Wenger McCaughey Smith Harper McConkey Miller Hopkins Keefauver Monmouth chalked up 243 yardsji s headed for a November 27 Madison Square Garden shot with Dave Gallardo. Gallardo, a more experienced scrapper, gave Perez a rough time September 4, before a cut made him a TKO victim. Willie Pep reportedly was next Poiiitt hasn't resumed training. When Pep Score by quarters: Cuba 0 6 0 0—6 Valley 0 0 0 6—6 Touchdowns; Valley, Norris; Cuba: Keefauver. Referee: Fritchard. Umpire: Murphy. H. Lineman; Hunt. while Canton had 77. Canton's best offense was their aerial game as they made 79 yards in the air. Monmouth (25) McKce Houtchens Leary Pierce McCrery DolUnger McLoskey Haase Olson McBrlde re rt rg c lg It le lh rh qb fb Linder Canton (0) Reeve Jacobs Williams D. Smith Dean Swearingen Young referee: Jack and Biff Peterson, Wood Officials — Ed Turner, umpire; head linesman. Score by quarters: Canton 0 0 0 0— 0 Monmouth 6 1,1 6 0—25 Touchdowns: Haase 1, Wood 2, and McBride 1. Points after touchdown, McKee 1. Sherrard Scores 20 in Second to Defeat AlWood Scoring all 20 .points in the second quarter Sherrard rolled to a Baltimore Signs Ernest Dunlap For the Monarchs BALTIMORE W The new Baltimore Orioles of the American League have signed Negro out- Weiis'finally is ready, he'll probably be matched with Percy Basset of Philadelphia, the interim champ. Sandy Saddler, reigning t world champ, is due to get out of the Army in April. Matchmaker Billy Brown had to juggle his- garden dates after he lost November 13 to Chicago for the Kid Gavilan-Johnny Bratton title bout. Perez knocked out Joey Cam of Boston Friday night in 48 seconds of the eighth round in a nationally televised bout at St. Nicholas Arena. A long right hand to the jaw did the trick. Perez weighed! 1271/2, Cam 128V2. Although Lulu, a 4 to 1 favorite, RocV Island 41, Kewanee 12. Moline 12, Galesburg 0. East Moline 18, East Peoria 13. Galva in, Bradford 0. Stronghurst 40, Avon 0. Winola 33, WlUiamsfield 6, Hoosevelt M. A. 14, Gladstone- Oquawka 0. Geneseo 20, Washington, Iowa, 13. Sherrard 20, AlWood 6. Aledo 20, Abingdon 13. Roseville 33, ROVA 0. Sterling 26, vBelvidere 14. Princeton 26, Rock Falls 13. Dixon 28. DeKalb 14. Erie 26. Port Byron 6. Mendota 25, Rochelle 7. Kankakee 6, Mattoon 0. LaSalle-Peru 32, Freeport 0. East Rockford 20, West Rockford 13. Elgin 36, Joliet 27. Lincoln 18, Bioomlngton 0. Monmouth 25. Canton .0. Mt. Vernon 7, West Frankfort 0. Salem 28, Mt. Carmel 0. Centralia 38, Harrisburg 13. Ahna-Jonesboro 41, Duquoin 6. Lawrenceville 35, Flora 0. Farmington 7, Tremont 0. Eureka 7, Dunlap 0. El Paso 33, Lexington 12. Media 26, Kirkwood 7. Alexis 14, Knoxville 7. Bushnell-Prairie City 20, VIT Table Grove 7. Aledo 20, Abingdon 13. Cuba 6, Valley 6—Tie. Hall Spring Valley 7, Ottawa 0. Marion 14, Johnston City 7. Pinckneyville 18, Elkville 6. Mt. Vernon 7, West Frankfort 0. Belleville 12, Murphysboro 12. Centralia 38, Harrisburg 13. Collinsville 25, Gillespie 0. East St. Louis 46, Quincy 12. Mercv 19, Belleville Cathedral 12. Jerseyville 30, £ittsfield 12. Alton 6, Granite City 0. Henry Home Bureau Training Schools Arc Planned Next Week Three training meetings for Henry County Home Bureau members will be held at the Farm Bureau Auditorium in Cambridge next week. On Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., Marian Sympson, assistant state leader, will conduct a training school for the executive board members. On Thursday, Miss Sympson will again be in Cambridge to conduct the unit officers' training school. This school will be for chairmen, vice chairmen and secretaries. This meeting will also be the first Herat Predicts Increase in MARKET REPORTS TODAY i Hog Receipts Hog receipts are expected to increase in the week ahead, according to a livestock forecast for the new week by Dick Herm, buyer at the Peoria Union Stock Yards. Prices are more or less stabilized and farmers should be encouraged to top out their feed lots very closely for hogs weighing 200 regular advisory council of the pounds or heavier, Herm advised. new Home Bureau year. Mrs. John Reynolds, county president, will conduct the business meeting. Pauline Brimhall, extension specialist in health education, will present the major lesson training school, "Keeping in Step with the Body's Physical Changes," for local leaders Friday at 1 p. m. in the auditorium. There will be ho training school for the minor lesson, "How Do You Sit?" This information will be sent from the office to the unit project chairman. Hear Educator At Oneida PTA ONEIDA—Speaking before the Wednesday He cautioned growers to be alert for signs of flu and other diseases in the herd. Cites Reef Price Trend A further extension of the 2 -way cattle price trend is anticipated. Choice and prime cattle are ex pected to remain fully steady and. as the runs of plainer quality and short-fed cattle trend to be burdensome, prices will continue dull and weak. Cattle fat for their,grade should be marketed, Herm said. Plainer quality, cattle should be roughed through the winter and marketed next spring following 60 to 90 days of full feed. The lamb market has rallied following a tapering off of range lamb receipts, and prices arc expected to hold this past week's ad- ivance. GALESBURG GRAIN MARKETS Consumer Grain It Supply (Grain bids at 1:30 p. m.) CORN, No. 2 new $1.31 OATS, No. 2 .89 SOYBEANS, No. 2 _ $2.49 DeForcM Feed k Seed Co. (Galesburg-Abingdon) (Grain bids at 1:30 p. m.) WHEAT, No. 2 $1.76 CORN, No. 2 1.32 OATS. No. 2 - .60 SOYBEANS, No| 2 $2.49 Galesburg Soy Producli Co. (Bids at 1:30 p. m.l SOYBEANS, No. 2 yellow.. $2.53 BUSIINELL LIVESTOCK BushncU livestock estimated receipts 300 hogs. Market active, fully steady to all Interests. No cattle or sheep market on Saturday. at the 20-6 win over AlWood Friday night folder Ernest Dunlap Johnson of took care , of'Cam as expected, lie at Alpha. Johnston scored two of the Sherrard touchdowns and "also accounted for the two extra points. Bennett had the third TD for the winners, while Dean Fischer went over in the fourth quarter for Al- Wood's only score of the game, though another was called back due to a penalty. AlWood will Friday night was careless unnecessary boxer with hands, Perez on occasions, taking punches. A dancing exceptionally quick moved in and out to onrushing Cam with 7. COLLEGE (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) FRIDAY'S RESULTS Boston College 20, Fordham 13. Detroit 27, Villanova 0. Missouri Valley 26, Ottawa Kansas 0. Western Illinois 20, Illinois Normal Oneida ROVA P.T.A. night, Dr. Julian Archer of Western Illinois State College, Macomb, said, "Our schools are mainly teaching the average pupil, and neglecting the one below average and above average." The chief reason underlying this situation, Dr. Archer believes, is the tremendous shortage • of teachers. Dr. Archer told the group that the shortage would undoubtedly continue for several years because of the steadily increasing enrollment and the low wages paid in the teaching profession, one of the largest industries in the nation. Three students from Western, Find Loss Minor in Rio Sawmill Blaze RIO — The official report of the recent fire at the Rio sawmill, operated by J. Cooley of Rio, reveals only minor fire loss, according to E. N. Richardson, chief of the Rio Township Fire Protection District fire department. The fire occurred early Tuesday morning, Oct. 13, in an open shed housing sawmill machinery, about three miles northwest of Rio. Fifteen volunteer firemen responded to the call which was re- PEORIA PRODUCER'S LIVESTOCK MARKET SUMMARY Week Oct. 12-16 Inc. Salable receipts of livestock Peoria market for the week totalled 22,650 hogs, 2,150 cattle, 425 calves, 1,820 sheep and lambs, as compared with 19,400 hogs, 1,760 cattle, 495 calves, 1,425 sheep and lambs a week ago. HOGS: The hog market was active with prices $1.00 higher until midweek. Thursday's run was the heaviest since January which resulted in the loss of all the advance in the market, flogs closed the week steady to 50c lower. On Friday choice 200 to 240 lb. opened at $21.75, dropped to $21.50 and closed at $21.25. Choice 170-190 lb, $20.25-$2J.25; 250-300 lb. $20.75-21.25. Sow market mostly 50c lower. Choice sows under 500 lbs. $18.00-19.00. Most boars $14.00 to $16.50. CATTLE: Cattle receipts moderate including many grain fed steers and yearlings. Early in tbs week the market was active with prices steady to strong. Trading slowed late, most cattle 50e lower. Choice steers and yearlings $22.50 to $25.50; a few $26.00. Good kinds $10.00 to $22.00; choice heifers $21.00-24.00; good kinds $17.0020.00. Utility and commercial steers and heifers $10.00-16.00. Cow market 50c lower. Most beef cows $9.00-10.00; n few $11.00; canncrs.and cutters $6.508.50. Bull market steady. Most bulls $9.00 to $12.50. Calf top $23.50; Iamb top $20.00. PEORIA PRODUCERS OUTLOOK: The better fed cattle are expected to remain fairly stable with the outlet dependable. Lower grades of short fed cattle are in a weak position with packer interest limited. West Virginia 21, George Washington 6. Idaho State 10, Colorado State 7. Betsy Rmvls r/ins game o£ the A Wood {%) Beck Kness Hambleton Davidson Barton Johnson Fischer Spivey Willit Krueger the Kansas City Monarchs and announced race will not bar any player from the club. Acting general manager Bill De-, . . , Witt announced Friday JohnsoniPpP™™ tne would be assigned to the-Orioles* J™ clever le "- naA < n WiC Vnooc farm club at Wichita in the Class, Camr ,rAn^ I Z A Western League, saying: -He g .a r * h * the South Carolina fighter host Reynolds nextlsome day. in the final home! A statement issued by Orioles 1 Over Zaharias in Grueling Match FORT WORTH, Tex. UP) —Betsy Miss Joan Ollis, Dallas City; Miss Leota Plunkett, Alpha, and Don Hollingsworth, Stronghurst, were quizzed by Dr. Archer concerning their reasons for choosing the teaching profession qualifications for college, college expenses, courses of study, and problems they meet in practice teaching. The audience also participated by asking questions. The students and Dr. Archer told about the Future Teachers of America organization which has chapters on college campuses and clubs in high schools. Mr. Rushing, principal of ROVA High jceivecl about 4:15 a.m., and the flames were extinguished within 20 or 25 minutes after the call was received at the station. Damage to the open shed building is estimated at $50, with loss to machinery estimated at $200. pefective electric wiring is reported as the cause of the fire. Chief Richardson states that the prompt response and action of the fire protection district's firemen may have saved greater loss since one 275-gallon tank of gasoline and one smaller 25-gallon tank which were in close proximity of the flames did not explode. A routine FOR SALE All White Muicovy WHITE ROCK FRIERS DUCKS, 4-5 fb*. Eating Pears — 50c A Bushel KNOXVILLE—3658 SCOTT RADER WELL DRILLING Prompt Service, Reasonable Prlcee and Work Guaranteed. JONES * SCHMCISeil SEE HOBEN BROS. 136 3. Prairie - Phone IMe-t season. L 11 lg ' c rg rt re qb lh rh fb President Clarence E. Miles Saidl-ro/ *JI • policy wttl be to attract thelfT 111142 oHOeittOKeT Sherrard ivn 1 " - » 8Kt\" our ¥obey\services 6tthe A>est ball players School, said there had been discus-lreport of the fire is filed with the sion about starting such a group State Division of Fife Prevention, in the local school to encouragelDepartment of Public Safety, at! young people to become teachers.(Springfield, according to Chief! Mrs. Dwight Nelson,- program Richardson. Doctermah possible, Anderson rrppf i »» Neumann , Baltimore's regardless of race or ISetv World's Plapp Alvin Brown Bennett Johnston! Wright other professional [Jockey CllCUtipiOn teams also have Negro players but) AT D , xru r n ,\. ,„ ^ c » the city still has segregated public A1LBA3 ? 1 K; 1 . € *}l L iM > ~. S ?"" schools and observes the color Une^ oken Willie Shoemaker is the at some other facilities. fnew worId s ch *nipion Jockey with Score by quarters: AlWood 0 0 0 6—6 Sherrard 0 20 0 0—20 Touchdowns: Sherrard—Johnston, 2; Bennett, AlWood—Fischer. Points after touchdowns: Sherrard— Johnston, 2. Jameson, San Antonio, Tex., in the feature match of the 18th Women's Texas Open semifinals today. The Spartanburg links terror 1 chairman, introduced the panel, took a grueling 1-up victory over Charles Edwards, -P.T.A. presi-iu t r< Mrs. Babe Zaharias Friday as the dent, presided during the businessl* 1611 " 61,80111 bounty San Antonio shotmaker whipped a' meeting. He announced the dis- fellow Texan, Mrs, H. C. Reidel, trict meeting to be held in Kewa- Dallas, 5 and 4. nee, Tuesday, in the Methodist APPLES FOR SALE Sprayed and Hand Picked. Jonathans, Grimes Golden, Delicious. 6 ml. N. of Galesburg, V£ mi. W. Bring containers. EDWIN SMITH READ THE WANT ADS Johnson, who bats left-handed and throws right, hit .345 with the Monarchs last season and led the! Negro American-League in home runs and runs batted in. match, shared meets Texan There are 20,000 living species of fish. Accident Insurance PROTECTS YOU Pays up to $2,500 for Doctor and Hospital Bill* for injuries Pays up to $50,000 for Loss of Limbs or sight. PROTECTS YOUR FAMILY'S SECURITY Pays $5,000 to $50,000 to Your Dependents If you lost your lift in an accldtnt, Play safe! Get this low-cost protection now. May bt issutd in advanct to btcomt tfftctivt tht first minutt of your trip. Covtrs travel accidents, gunshot wounds, and othtr accidtnts sustained in all activities during your trip. MAIL THIS CONVENIENT APPLICATION NOW I Accidental 0«olh B«ntfiti PIUS Injury Medical 'Exp«ntei PERIOD day; days 5,000 1*10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $50,000 PLUS $250 1.10 PLUS $500 2.20 2.00 10 dayt 14 days 17 days 34 days 31 days 2.70 3.35 3.80 4.50 5.40 4.00 5.40 6.70 7.60 9.00 10.80 PLUS $750 3.30 6.00 810 10.05 11.40 13.50 16.20 PLUS $1,000 4.40 8.00 10.80 13.40 15.20 18.00 21.60 PLUS $1,250 5.50 10.00 13.50 16.75 19.00 22.50 27.00 PLUS $2,500 his 392nd winner of the year. The Texas-born turf terror hit the winner's . circle aboard The Hoop in the third race at Golden Gate Fields Friday for the single] victory he needed to better the 390-win mark made last year by Tony Despirito. Obviously delighted and spurred by the wild applause of 8,000 fans, Wee Willie came back in the eighth race with his 392nd winner, Carry Message. Shoemaker, a 22-year-old from EI Paso and Los Angeles, stands 4 feet 11 inches in his riding boots. He weighs 95M> pounds. Shoemaker led The Hoop to the winners circle and collected a large silver trophy from Charles Couglin, general manager of Golden Gate Fields, the track where he began his career four years ago. In Salem, N.H., Despirito wired Shoemaker "Congratulations and lots of luck, I hope I'll have a chance to ride against you soon." Veteran rider Johnny Longden put his arms around ShoemakerJschooi's Homecoming queen got afterward and said, "You did it' on ly a 30-second kiss from the foot- Bill. Now every time you win aiball king during halftime ceremo- race you'll be breaking your own; n j es Friday night. The school board ordered In the other semi-final this city's Polly Riley, who the medal with the Babe, Betty MacKinnon, another from Mount Pleasant. Miss Riley whipped Mrs. H. T. Williford, Ponca City, Okla., 5 and 4, while East Texan MacKinnon was downing pretty Beverly Hanson of Pasadena, Calif., 3 and 2. The Babe, stopped at least momentarily on her comeback after a cancer operation, said she was tired when the match with Betsy was over. "I sure did want to win," she said after the match, "but still I'm glad I don't have to play again tomorrow." It was the first time she had played four competitive rounds since the Women's "World" Championship at Chicago last summer. Betsy was sharp in winning and refused to wilt under the pressure the Babe furnished up until the last hole. The King Is Cheated DEWEY, Okla. UB-Dewey High record." Lincoln Downs, R. I., has invited Shoemaker to its fall meeting which opens Oct. 26. Willie hasn't said whether he will go![ on g e ^ ^ ss " east, or spend the remainder of 1 the year ,at California's Bay Meadows and Santa Anita. the Church. The meeting is scheduled to begin a 9 a. m. and close at 2:30 p. m. No specific delegates were chosen, but anyone who can attend should contact Mr. Edwards concerning reservations, etc. The treasurer, C. B. House, reported a balance of $185.08. Mrs. Clark Brown, membership chairman, reported 143 paid members with some repoi'ts still to come in. Mr. Rushing commented on the results of last month's safety meeting, stating that since the erection of speed limit signs, traffic past the school building had slowed considerably, and he thanked everyone for their cooperation. A letter from the art instructor, Miss Betty Steinhagen, suggested a "Masterpiece for Every School Room" project. The matter was referred to the ways and means committee, which was given the power to purchase such pictures as Miss Steinhagen might select. The ROVA Council is sponsoring a bake sale in each of the four towns, Oct. 24. The Oneida sale will be held in Schroeder's Grocery Store, starting at 9 a. m. Miss Frances Grady, English instructor and librarian, reported the purchase of five new sets of encyclopedia and several films. The film strip library now has a total of 462 films. The room count showed grade Bureau Meetings Set STRONGHURST—The Henderson County Home Bureau calendar for the week has been announced as follows: Monday—Golden Circle Unit willj meet at the home of Mrs. Earl' Stewart. Tuesday—Terre Haute Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. A. Roy Painter. Wednesday—Allison Community Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Sam Mathers and Miss Mary Mathers and Raritan Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Arthur Riley. Thursday—Ellison Valley Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Lonne Pendleton and at 8 p.m., Henderson County Rural Youth Alumni and their guests to attend. There will be an educational feature,, and refreshments. Friday—Happy Circle U n i t will meet at the home of Mrs. Wayne Perrine. Chester White BOAR AND GILT SALE Oct. 22 7:30 P. M HEMPHILL BROS Cambridgt, Illinois Don't Dtg Up Your S«w«r FOR " Q CLOGGED SEWERS A DRAINS ' f If' PHONE 7789-6. IF NO ANSWER. CAU time limit after it learned football kings in the past had been com-! 12 to have the largest representa- peting at the annual event for the READ THE WANT ADS 11.00 20.00 27.00 33.50 38.00 45.00 54.00 F/toit fisy* mt Cont/ntnfai's Outdoor%man policy . . CHECK SQUAftf FOft AMOUNT OF lWUftANCE 0ESUED $5,000 FLU* $250 $10,000 PLUS $500 15.000 PLUS $750 $20,000 PLUS $1,000 $25,000 PLUS $1,250 $50,000 PLU5 $2,500 Dayi Ctvtroft Ifftcilvt «L Staff. t*o«ficIary_ 1 latlflM $ l»Iafl»iuhlp, .Prtmlvm CONTINENTAL CASUALTY 1 CQMPANY htvtd Immtdiotely by SHERMAN AGENCY 416 Bontfi Building Gilwburs, Illinois Phon* 7154-3 tion present. During the social hour, grade three mothers with Mrs. Lester Johnson and Mrs. Russell Hatch as co-chairmen, served refreshments. Oneida Notes Mrs. Olga Roe is recuperating from surgery at Colonial Hospital, Rochester, Minn. Miss Shirley Webber has returned from Mercy Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, where she* had a cast removed from her leg. She is still confined to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shogren of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting at the T. B. Shaffer home. Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Allen returned recently from a 15-day vacation in Colorado Springs, Colo., visiting Mr. Allen's son, Clifford, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell returned Thursday from a week's motor trip through Minnesota visiting relatives and friends. CONCRETE ecial price before contracted Tanks Perfection Tank Best Market! Strawflowers and Winter Bouquets Of all typei and material. In any color of floral arrangement!. Alio Froth Flowers. Bring your own container If you wish. CELOSIA GARDENS AND ANTIQUE fiHOP 48 E. Davis St. 4671 GALESBURG VAULT 240 Main 2401-6 the winter months. They will return to their home in Galva in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Exline and Mrs. Hattie Engel planned to leave this morning for Ashland, Ky., where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Exline and family. They expect to be gone about a week. Mrs. Eunice Mitchell and Mrs. Carl Collinson returned Wednesday night after spending the past week in Rochester at' the Mayo Clinic. Mr. ahd Mrs. Hayden Ripka of Moline are spending the weekend in Galva and the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greep and children, Rebekah and Bobby, of Jenison, Mich, arrived Friday ever ning to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larson. Mrs. Eunice Mitchell and Mrs. Martha Collinson were Thursday night guests in Kewanee at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Collinson. They visiteu during the day at the home of Mrs. Mitchell's son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Ricketts and family. Men Real Marketing Division of North Central states. Estate Department major oil company, headquarters Qualifications; Some legal background with pleasing sales personality and good appearance, between ages 30 and 40. Straight salary and expenses. Permanent position to those qualifying. Write giving full qualifications, to Real Estate Department, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, Box 60, Waterloo, Iowa. McCOY'S POLANDS POLAND CHINA BOAR AND GILT SALE % Monday Nire, Oct. 6 miles south of Knoxvtife, ill., 1 milt vast or 7 miUs •«* of Abingdon, Jit. SIRE PROMENADER, 2nd Prizi Senior Year «t Illinois SUtt Fair end Grend Champion at Knox County Fair 1953. 30 BOARS AND 20 GILTS COME ONE, COME ALL BREEDERS AND COMMERCIAL HOG PRODUCERS LESLIE McCOY AND SON DELONG, ILL. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (By THE ASSOCIATED PHESSl HOGS: 500 snlnble; top $22.00 paid freely for choice 1 and 2 lightweights as well as for choice 2 and 3 butchers RS heavy ns 2fi() lhs. Closfnff bulk choice 1, 2 and 3 Ifi0-2G0 lbs. cleared at $21.60-22.00. relatively little under $21.75. with $22,00 paid rather irecly by both order buyers and local packers. Choice 170-180 lbs. In small numbers closed at $20.00-$21.50. Sows in larger lots scaling 300-500 lbs. sold late according to weight from $20.00$21.50. CATTLE: 200 salable; prime steera bulked at $28.0o-$2P.50; few loads average prime to high prime 1.075-1.350 lb. weights $29.75-30.25, high prime around 1,425 lb. # slrers $20.00, comparable grade 1.525-1,550 lh. weight $27.50 and several loads prime 1,609-1.050 lb. bullocks $20.50-27.00, however, supplies of steers weighing over 1,400 lbs. noticeably reduced, good to low choice steers ' $19.00-23.50. most commercial grade $10.00 down, two loads utility 050 lb. grass steers $12.50, two loads cutter and utility BOO lb. weights $11.30; two loads prime mixed steers and heifers $2(1.00 and $2fl.25; modest supply average prime to high prime heifers mostly weighing over 1,000 lbs, $20.00-27.25. bulk choice and prime heifers 21.50-25.50, good to low choice $16.50-21.00, high utility to low good grass heifers $11.50-16.00; utility and commercial cows $9.25-13.25, mostly $0.50-12.50, canners and cutters $7.009.50; utility and commercial bulls $11.50-14.50. good heavy fat bulls $10.0011.00; commercial to prime vealers $16.00-24.00, bulk cull and utility $9.0014.00, load good and choice 430 lb. slaughter calves $14.50; two loads choice 025 lb. feeding steers showing evidence of grain feeding $20.50, good and choice western steer calves, yearlings and feeding steers weighing up to 875 lbs. 15.75-19.50, medium to low good 13.00-15.50, good and choice Block heifers and better calves $14.00-15.00. Salable sheep 100 native lambs sold to $21.00 but closing sales were at $20.50 down, with the bulk of the good and chofce lambs at $lfl.00-20.00. Utility to low good lambs were mainly salable »t $14,00-17.00. Culls sold downward to $8.00, with occasional light culls to $7.00 and below. Western range Iambs sold to $20.50 mostly choice around 80 lb. weights on shipping account. Yearlings sold up to $16.73 at the best time this week, but mostly choice 101 lb. averages brought $16.23 late, and there were good vearlings at $14.00-15.00 and culls down to $10.00. Sales of cull to choice slaughter sheep were completed at $4.00-5.50. FOR SALE Full Blooded German SHORT HAIRED POINTER PUPS 3 Months Old CLYDE SNAPP mil* south, 3 mllti west dff Avon, Ml., Phono 8351M FOR SALE HAMPSHIRE SPRINC BOARS Eligible to register. Vaccinated and tested. New blood lines. Also few open gilts. CARROL OAKS 3 Miles North and 2 East MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS '1® RETURN AND PART LOAD MOVING TO - FROM CHICAGO - Oct. 20-31 JOLIET Nov. 5-15 Here's your ahead thrifty way moving costs • and schedule to cut - plan your service. PHONE 120L Ferris Moving & Storage Co. Partition Sale Th« following real eitaU which wat formerly owned by Claui An- darion, dsceaied, will be gold, •llh- •f upiritily or iogother, by thi undejfigned Maii9r in Chancery of «i? C . ircuU Courl oI K "°x County, ininoU, at public auction at th« Court Housa in Galotfaurg, IlllnoU, on 1953 1362 iia- 1339 UU- Tuesday, October 20, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. House and lot located at Morton Avenue, Gale«burg, aoit. Hou$e and lot located at Morton Avenue, Galesburg, nols. w ,,J 0 f? MS OT SALE: Twenty-five <«%) per cent of the purchase P f lc, i *° J?^ *£ id 1x1 CBin on day of sale. The balance oi which price is to be paid upon approval of the sale by the Court and delivery of deed, al which lime poa«e*«i on w ai ij H v Jf' . T h * P*©P «rty will be sold subject to general taxes levied for the yea* 1953, payable in 1954. For further details, see any of the undersigned. ROBERT E. MCLAUGHLIN Master in Chancery Burrel Barash and Robert C. Stoerzbach Attorneys for Plaintiff 135 South Cherry Street Galesburg, Illinois Her ?u an 9- Allen Attorney for Defendant Mail Building Galesburg. Illinois

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