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< By TOM EICHttORN r o phy awards will be presented at the Fairview Homecoming to the win* hers in Friday 's Junior Livestock Show. Sponsored by the Fairview American Legion, the show was limited to entrants by 4 -H and FFA members between the ages of 10 and 20 and living within 15 miles of Fairview. The show was divided into three classes, steers, swine and sheep. Angus breeds dominated the steer class, with 40 entrants, and Anguses were chosen grand and reserve champions. ! Grand champion steer was Freight Train, a 1,000-pounder owned by John Ayers of Canton Route 3. Reserve champ was Black Diamond, 875 pounds, owned by Rodnie Chatterton of near Avon. Wins Angus Lot Ayers' steer won the Angus heavyweight lot, with Chuck Truax of Fiatt entering the second-place winner. Chatterton had the first-place lightweight, and Barbara Cooper of near Canton the second-place lightweight. Seventeen Hereford steers were entered and in the lightweight division, steers owned by Pam Cooper of Canton and Andy Kosowski of Farmington won first and second places, respectively Peggy Truax of Fiatt. and Larry Hoffman of near Farmington had the respective first and second place heavyweight steers. ;. Mike Buchen of near Avon and Larry Cooper of Canton respectively entered the first and second place shorthorn steers. ! Out of 17 pens of barrows enter- jed in the swine class, and 34 singles, the Beattys of near Avon iwalked away with honors. Show Poland Chinas | Entering Poland Chinas, Charles Beatty won the single and pen-of-two lots in the light- Iweight divisions, and his barrows later won grand champion honors. His brother Jack entered two barrows that won the heavyweight single and pen-of-two lots. In the sheep class, John Peradi of near Farmington had the grand champion ram lamb, a Hampshire. Melinda Hartstirn of near Farmington had reserve champion and she also had grand champion ewe, both Suf folks, .which took top honors in their ;class. Reserve champion was ^entered by Jim Taft of near Canton, a Hampshire. Taft also entered the grand champion fat lamb, a crossbreed. ; Perardi's ram lamb won in the 'Hampshire lot, also, with Taft's iewe winning in its class also. Steve Overcash's ram and ewe won in the Corriedale lot. He is from near London Mills. Winding ram lamb in all other breeds was owned by Bill Perardi of Farmington and Ron Edmonson of London Mills had the r Winning ewe. Taft's crossbreed won the fat wether class. fa There were seven Hampshire ram lambs entered, five Hampshire ewes, nine Suffolk rams and six ewes; one each in the corrie­ dale lots, and all others, three rams, seven ewes and eight fat wethers. .Judge was Roger Steiger of Delavan, Pastor's Trial Date Is Set For July 12 WARRENTON, Mo. (UPD—The trial of the Rev. Bill Beeny on charges of operating his Missouri youth ranch without a license has been set for July 12 here. The case was continued from June 28 due to the illness of Beeny's attorney. Beeny was jailed on May 23 on the charge of operating the ranch near Wright City, Mo. He pledged to remain in jail until his trial, but was released May 29 on $200 bond when his doctor insisted he leave the jail. Demonstrations protesting Beeny ' s arrest were held by his followers in Warrenton during his period in jail. Hard to Convince WORCESTER, England (UPJ) Strongman Travor Smallman, 25, was just going into his act outside a movie theater Friday when onlooker Laurian Healy, 10, piped up, "My daddy is stronger than you are." As the crowd giggled, Small- pun showed his strength by wrapping an iron bar around Laurian's i£ck, then had to call the fire department for help when he found he could not unwind it. "1 still think/ 1 said Laurian later, " that my daddy is stronger. REAP THE CLASSIFIEDS I GRAND CHAMPION STEER—This heavyweight Angus steer took top honors Friday at the Fairview Junior Livestock Show. It Is Freight Train, owned by John Ayers, right son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ayers of Canton Route 3. The 1,000- pound steer wo heavyw dition to the top prize, giving young Ayers two shown Illinois photos mm ^ ^ ^1 : ^ ill mm mm m 4 * # & ,-.v y RESERVE CHAMPION A Black Angus was of also reserve champion at the Fairview Junior at the Friday showing. Chatterton is the son Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chatterton of near Avon. Livestock Show, entered by Rodnie Chatterton Black Diamond will be shown next at the Fulton of near Avon. The steer, Black Diamond, weighs County Fair at Lewistown, Chatterton said, out at 875 and won the Angus lightweight class DOROTHY WH1TSITT CORRESPONDENT r H Home Address: 705 W. Adami Si Phont 531 WOODHULL-The Village Conn- • * »»i • f ^1*^5! mr °t*\\Boat Club Plans Crime Hon ordinance for the new flical l- " rv ** v ^ year, awarded contracts', and hired a chief of police at a meeting this week. ! The new appropriation ordinance calls for approximately tft.ooo more in expenditures than last year. Proposed expenditures include $6,270 hi general administration of village business; mainte- of ABINGDON—Abingdon Boat Club, meeting Tuesday evening in f Park, included 40 present when Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nuckles, chairmen for Saturday, July 13, with a return Sunday, July 14. After docking boats, motel and restaurant accommodations will be within I | n fa e home of his parents, Mr. Lets Walking distance. The croup will Mr. and Mrs. naftce of municipal property $1,250; public Works $1,200; police department $2,000; village attorney $250; streets and sidewalks $13,844; drains and sewers $10,000; water department $10,000; parks $600; and miscellaneous $4 ,000. | SO cial hour. Name Police Chief The council approved an application by Fred Nelson of near AndoVer for the position of chief of police. He Will receive $165 per month. Nelson, the only applicant for the job, previously worked with the Moline Police Department and was a Henry County deputy sheriff. He also worked with the state r police department. Present at the council meeting was G. E. DeJong, an engineer and Mrs. Otis Rush. _ _ The Northend Club Will hold its clubgrounds at 1:30 p.m. Rain | annual picnic in City Playground date will be Saturday, July 20. Hummell Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Mabel Edwin returned Avon, were accepted as new j 10me Friday from St. Mary's members. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hospital, where she spent the Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. Merle r Timberlake were in charge of the August refreshment | ^r.' and Mrs. Clark Mecum, committee will include Mr. Mrs. Lloyd Yoho and^ Mr. Mrs. Don Brown. ONEIDA - The regular meet ing of the Oneida City was held July 1 with seven council members and the mayor (ires* • \ - x r ent. The proposed sewer project again occupied the majority of the meeting. Carl Goepfort of ling Engineering informed the council that the low bidder on the sewer project had failed to provide a performance bond and had informed them that they had no intention of completing the project. The City Council and Sanitary District agreed to award the con* tract to Slmonson Construction Co bidder the and in the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Dunlevey, and with other relatives in this vicinity. Freedom Shape§ Topic for Circle "Freedom to Choose What," by Abingdon Churches Barbara Dolliver was lesson top- R eport Schedul" IC nresented bv Mrs. Marv Good- .. . son Wednesday evening for Hope Circle in the home of Mrs. Rich- Following are Abingdon church schedules: First Christian John M. . . ^ , ^ard Crane. Mrs. Robert Edmis-. who explained the improvement | ton served as assistant hostess Buran » minister. Sunday church | st i c ker. project. It also was pointed out by the city clerk that approximately 50 motorists were delinquent in the purchase of wheel tax stickers. The City Council agreed that July 15 would be the final date to purchase these stickers before tickets are issued to violators. The council urged all motorists to purchase their stickers before this date to avoid paying a fine, in addition to the cost of the of the Woodhull sewer system. The Rockford engineer asked that his firm, DeJong and Associates, be considered should the project get under way. Max Briggs of Alpha was low bidder for the Removal of 35 dead trees. He was contracted to do the job for $35 a tree. All councilmen and various department heads were present at the meeting. to the 14 members and one guest, Mrs. Clyde Crumley x — school 9:30 a.m. Worship and _ communion Ms^ Esther Anderson read an ion meditation, "Christ the Way opening prayer and devotions and the Truth." Board of dea- were given by Miss Louise Bowton. Appreciation was extended day 7 p.m. in minister's study Hedding College reunion lunch- board of trustees meet 8 p.m. in Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Sunday worship + AlWood Gets New Foreign Student WOODHULL Selection of a new American Field Service foreign student and departure of the current AFS youth were announced by AlWood High School officials* Miss Rezan Boray left for her native Turkey last week after spending her senior year at the high school. Her hosts during the year, the Benjamin Downs, drove vher to Moline * where she joined other AFS students who will tour parts of the country before departing for home. Replacing her as AlWood's 1963-64 AFS student is a native of one of Africa's newest independent nations—Uganda. Venansio Edeket is a high school junior at Teso College, Aloet in Soroti, Uganda. His hosts in Woodhull will be the Ivar Ericksons. Mother Dies Vanansio's father is a farmer and his mother died when the lad was an infant. He has 16 broth- eon helpers. Miss Anderson reported on her attendance at I First Methodist Bloomington School of Missions. The 1963-64 program books were and communion issued and a social hour followed m. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. prayer the business session. meeting; commission on membership and evangelism 8:30 p. m. Mary Martha class picnic at playground Thursday 6:30 p.m. Russ Hanson, | WSCS executive meeting Friday 7 p.m., followed by general Post I meeting 7:30 p.m.; speaker is Attend Fish Fry Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday e v e n i i 1962-63 Abingdon officers Legion past officers at its fish fry Miss Marian Walker, vtho^ has grounds. Trhose present included been a missionary '* ~' Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. pine Islands/* The WSCS has opened the meeting to all those J. C. (Pete) Hobbs, Cedrick Dow- ^interested, including men. ell, Mr. and Mrs. John Weathers, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wick, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Penn. Abingdon News Notes School Rescheduling Student Classes Abingdon High School has announced that students who received grade F during the final Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rush and" daughter Susan left Wednesday ^rm^are r To "report at The school for their home in San Francisco, an( j ^schedule classes for next Calif., after having spent 10 days * Principal Cox will receive students in his office from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. through July 12. Students unable to visit the office were asked to contact the school. Tree of Life ers and sisters. AFS dent's academic interest are principally the sciences and English while he enjoys playing soccer, basketball and participates in track activities. Uganda borders the western shore of Lake Victoria, near Tanganyika and Kenya. Venansio is AlWood High School's fourth AFS student. The school has sponsored one foreign student during three years. Western Illinois Birth Record SWAN CREEK A girl was ty of near Avon is shown with Us grand cha 145 pound* Beatty's brother Jack bad the prize* pion pen-of-two barrows. One of the lightweight winning heavyweight barrows. He is the son of Poland-Chinas also was grand champion single Mr. and Mrs* Robert Beatty of near Avon, born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shore in Lancaster, Calif. Mrs. Shore is the former Joyce GRAND CHAMPION BARROWS-Charies Beat- barrow at Fairview, Their average weight was | Chipman of Swan Creek. Mr. and £rs. John Rodrequez are the parents of a girl, Toni Lea, who was born Friday. VICTORIA-Rev, and Mrs. Don* aid T. Casper of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, are the parents of a daughter, De Anna Beve, born June 27, He is a former pastor of the Victoria Methodist Church. NEW WINDSOR — A son was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Medd of Bettendorf, at Moline Public Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Roquet of New Windsor are the maternal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Medd the paternal grandparents. Marcie Medd spent several days at Grandfather Roquet's home and Rickie Medd at the Mario Forsith home. TOULON—-Mr. and Mrs. Lee Henneberry of Toulon are the parents of a son born Tuesday at Kewanee St. Francis Hospital. Henneberry is art teacher in the Toulon schools. ROVA Summer Theater Sets Opening Play ROVA's first summer theater production will get under way on Monday at, 7:30 p.m. At that time, Miss Barbara Klinefelter, director, will hold auditions for the cast and crew. Bill Harding, stage manager, will assist in selecting the various crews, and Miss Ardythe Bjorling, business manager, will select her staff at the same time. This will be the only audition session. All interested persons must be present in order to qualify for a role or a crew position. If it is absolutely impossible for anyone to be present, he may inefelter, Harding, or Miss Bjorling before Monday evening. "Blithe Spirit," the famous adult comedy by Noel Coward, is the play selected for this production. The setting is a country home in England, and the plot centers around the accidental materialization of a vengeful ghost. The cast numbers seven. Because of numerous intricate staging devices, a large stage crew will bf the backbone of this play's humor and success. MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289-9172 Knoxville Band Lists 12 Selections for Conceit WUfi* NOTE: ff)nd pat Urn ovdtit direct lo H«w York. Witch addr«u b«low. Or4«Tf will NOT be accepted at Galaiburg nawipapar office* Discover the joy of crewel embroidery—do this panel in wool or 6-strana cotton. Crewel embroidery — so popular now! Simple stitches, authentic design. Pattern 637: transfer panel 16x20-inch; color chart; directions. TfaiUy-iiva conta in cotna for tnia pattern—add 15 cents for each pat* tern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to taura wheeler., care of Gales burg Register-Mail. 74, Needlecraft Dept.. p. p Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, Ef^L X2?& 11 > N - Y - Print plainly £*TE**H NUMBER, NAM£ ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING accessories plus 206 wetting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt Plus free pattern. Send 35 cents now. Monsiguor Dies CHICAGO (AP The Rt Rev SHEEP WINNERS—Here are the three grand champion sheep and their owner* at the Fair- Junior Livestock Show Fridav. From left to t, they are Jim Taft of n grand champion fat lamb k. i Melinda HarUtirn of near Fairview with the grand champion ewe lamb, % Suffolk; and grand champion ram lamb, a Hampshire owned by John Pcrardi of near Farmington. Msgr. George J. Casey, 60, vicar general of the Catholic archdiocese of Chicago, died Friday Mercy Hospital. Msgr who became ill suddenly, was Casey More than 100 million animals were humanely slaughtered in 1962, first year of the U.S.. federal Humana SlaiighiAr IAW elevated to monsignor in 1939 and 1943 appointed vicar READ THE CLASSIFIED81 KNOXVILLE -The band concert will be presented tonight in the city park beginning about 8 o'clock. Charles Knapp director announces the program as follows: "Host of Freedom," "Pacific Grandeur," "Cruising Down the River/ 1 "Summit," "Melodic Caravan," "Our Director," 'Stars Fell On Alabama," "A Frange- sa," "Phantom Lake," "My Happiness," "Hall of Fame," and "The National Anthem." List Two Meetings At a recent meeting of the Sunny 4-H Club it was decided to have a demonstration contest July 10 and the regular meeting next week so there will be two meetings in July. Demonstrations will be given by Gordon Weech on "How to Build a Barn Stall," and Pam Eckman on "How to Make a Leaf Press." Talks will be given by Jackie Meredith on "How to Determine the Age of a Horse," James Rouland on "How to Protect Your Electric Motor," and Greg Weech on "Parasite Control." The Bryan Spencers served refreshments. The Stephenson family will be hosts at the next meeting. Hok) Reunion Graduates of Knoxville High School in 1943, at a recent gathering, made plans for their 85th anniversary reunion in 1968. At their session, a dinner held at Club 19, the time was devoted to a renewal of acquaintanceship. Attending were: Tom Berry, and Mrs. Bob Dunkee (Mary dr. and Mrs. Ray dam Suss (Shirley Nelson), Mr. and Mrs. Dick Yemm (Betty Gooding), Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tolley (Marge Hoogberg), Mr. and Mrs, Howard Sunberg (Shirley Hig­ gle), Mr: and Mrs. Alan Walker (Elaine Beaver), Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cramer (Darlene Gates), Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kirkendall (Gwen Barber), Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clay, Mr, and Mrs. Darwin Thurman (Alice Washabaugh), Mr. and Mrs, John Derham, (Rachel Dalton), Mr, and Mrs. Don Craghead (Ida May Stephens), and Mr. and Mrs, Harold Becker (Vera Baxter). Guild to Picnic Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church will have their annual picnic at Lincoln Park Monday night, Each one is asked to bring • covered dish and own table serv* ice. Dessert and beverage will be furnished. Members are being asked to meet at the church at 6:30 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Robert Stickell and Mrs. James Litchfield. Briefs Appleton Spoon and Spool 4-H Club will meet at the Appleton Grade School Monday at % p.m, Roll call will be "What I Would Po With a Million Dollars." Knox Barracks World War I Veterans and Auxiliary will spon* sor a party for a ward at Research Hospital in Galesburg Tuesday evening. Ruth Unit of I£W will meet at the hom* oi Mrs. Floyd Kemper, Mr. and Mrs. Cbarleelran Monday at I p.

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