Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 5
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620 W. Hunt St., Buihnell. Phon* Buihnell 619 Danough Bell Unit Begin* Year BUSHNELWThe Donough Belle ttoft of Mofflemakew Extension held Its first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. Phyllis Mc* Neeley, following dinner afc "Club 41." Mrs. Virginia Garrison, chairman, thanked the ones who helped at the ice cream social. P a t Stroops will help at the foodstand at the 4-tt Fair, representing the ttortough Belle unit. The following , announcements were made: rummage sale Aug. 23 and 24; county meeting Sept. 25; hat lesson Sept. 16 and a training school, "Lan- Agency Eyes Increased Pasture Ag- WASHINGTON (AP)-The riculture Department said today the nation's farmers will have'to convert a lot more crop land to pasturage in order to meet the growing demand for beef in the next seven years. The department said the number of beef cattle must be increased at an annual rate of 5 per cent for the next seven years. The number has been increasing a little over 4 per cent during the past three years. By 1970, the department said, the nation will need 99.5 million head of beef cattle compared with 74.9 million now. But to produce this number of cattle, there will have "to be an annual, increase of 14 million acres of grazing land, the department said. Pasture Required It takes 5.4 acres of pasture or grazing land to produce the equivalent of a year's supply of feed for one animal. The government is now operating a cropland conversion program which is expected to move 10 million acres of land from crops, to grazing next year and around 40 million by 1970. But this 10 million acres would pro? vide only about 70 per cent of the increased feed needed for expanding beef production next year. guage Behavior Problem," Sept, IS. Politick Meld by 0a§§ The Christian Links Class of the Methodist Church held a potluck supper Tuesday at the park. This was the last meeting until September. Meetings Announced The Pierce-McDonald Post of VFW will hold a regular meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the VTFW Home. The Lucile' Chapter of Eastern Star will meet Friday at 8 p.m. for initiation at the Masonic Mall. WCTU Meets The Women's Christian Temperance Union met at the home of the president, Mrs. Goldie Howerter, Tuesday. Mrs. Frances Kimler, devotional leader, r»ad the 29th Psalm. Mrs. Doris Urny- an read an article from the "Union Signal," and also reported on the activities and progress of the Youth Temperance Council. DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALES BURG OPTICAL CO. •43-8317 or 142-301? 339 E. Mala Houril • A.M. to 6 P.M. Fridays: fl A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Wadnaidar* TU Noon Illinois Crop Forecast Announced SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-The 20.1 million acres of crops to be harvested by Illinois farmers this year include 690 million bushels of corn, the State Crop Reporting Service said today. The corn prospects are 1 per cent above a year ago. The yield as of July 1 was indicated at 78 bushels per acre, 5 bushels below the record set last year. About 8.8 million acres are in corn. Moisture shortages cast some doubt on prospects. ^ Growers intend to harvest slightly more than 5.8 million acres * of soybeans, or 1 per cent more than the record last year. Prospective wheat production is 64.2 million bushels, or 30 per cent above last year's crop. This was exceeded only in 1919 when the crop was 70.5 million bushels. The anticipated yield is 37 bushels per acre on 1.7 million acres. Oats production is forecast at 74 million bushels, down 7 per cent from last year and the smallest crop since 1934. Galesburg RegisrefiMail, Galesburg 111, , Thursddv,Jgty U,J963 GALVA LAD WINS PRIZE - Miss Jeanctte Burgland (right), co-owner of Burgland's Youib Fashions in Galesburg, presents token of recognition to Kevin Thomson of Galva Wednesday in Galesburg. The Galva lad was selected as first- place winner in the State of Illinois Billy the Kid's search for the most typical American boy. Kevin's entry was sponsored by the Burgland firm. Looking on are the lad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thomson, whose home in Galva is at 520 NW Third Ave. State winners will receive a large 12x16 full color oil portrait, cameras or slack wardrobes. The national winner was a Connecticut boy. GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Project Scheduled at Lake GALVA—Sportsman's Lake will be closed for a few days soon iri order to treat moss nuisance and fence a wading area, it was announced. No date has been set for the start of the project and signs will be posted in advance at the gates. The project includes lowering the level of the lake and sanding a wading area. Club operators issued a warning that state conservation department regulations prohibit the dumping of carp and crappies into the lake which is being stocked with sport fish. Club members decided to donate money which was not won at the recent fish derby to Galva Boy Scouts. Recent improvements at the lake include a new diving raft. exhibit oatmeal crispies, banana bread and sponge cake at their achievement day meeting Monday at Wiley Park. Pat Lord will give a demonstration. Wins in Golf Play Mrs. Joe Drake of Toulon was the prize winner of the Flag Day play held Tuesday at. Lake Calhoun Golf Club. Nineteen women participated in the event. A guest day will be held Tuesday with play starting at 9 a.m. followed by a luncheon at 1:30 p.m. 4-H'ers Plan Program Galva Winners 4-H Club will BARGAINS BY THE THOUSANDS, DURING OUR 126th SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE, AT BOWMANS AIR STEP 7" Reg. to 14.99 RED CROSS 9.97 and 7 97 Reg. to 14.99 LIFE STRIDE J97 Reg. to 13.99 ROBINITTE 3" Reg. to 7 .99 Buster Brown 4" Reg. o 8.99 ROBLEE 7" Retg. to 1699 PIUS MANY OTHERS! owmaM mFS^ Hill Arcade |ld«. 34M313 GaUsbura, III. I. H. Hoiverter Is Honored On Birthday DELONG—»In observance of the birthday of I, H. Howerter, Knoxville, a family picnic supper was held Sunday at the home of his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Howerter and Vicki. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Howerter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Howerter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chism Jr. and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. David Reynolds, Neil, Chuck and Scotty, of Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howerter, Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Howerter, Danny and Tommy of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Glee Howerter and Melody of Gilson; Kim Johnson of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Howerter, Eddie and Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Howerter, Shawn and Mark, of DeLong. Guests of Steeles Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendel of La Grange, Mrs. Mabel Boyd of Colchester-, Mr. and Mrs. Joy Hendel of Avon and Mr. and Mrs. Dana H. Higgins and daughter Susan of Madison, Wise, were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Steele. The Robert Hendels are moving to California to make their home. Fat in the Fire SALINA, Kan. (AP)-The fat was in the fire—literally—at a packing company in Salina. The blaze began in a smoke room where bacons and hams were being cured when fat from the meat apparently dripped into the fire, flared up and started the blaze. About 2,200 pounds of meat was in the smoke rooms. Birth Record NEW WINDSOR - A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Holland July 7, at St. Anthony's Hospital in Rock Island. Marriage Licewse Issued at Toulon TOULON—A marriage lincense was issued in the office of Stark County Clerk James T. Jackson to John Howard Simmons and Wanda Marie Lindsey, both of Creve Coeur. FEET ACHI, ITCH? V* of all your bones are in the feet. No wonder they ache, swell, perspire, itch. Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L Solution for relief of the 52- bones, 66 joints plus ligaments. Curbs athlete's foot, too (sloughs off infection — watch healthy skin replace it) or your 48c back at any drug store if not pleased IN ONE HOUR TODAY at 0*co Drug*; Hawthorne Drug Co. Authorities Find Loot In Boy's Home CAMBRIDGE — Law enforcement officials in Geneseo believe they have solved a number of breakins in that area. Police and members of the Henry County sheriff's department received a tip Tuesday that a teen-age boy was carrying a gun. After questioning the youth, officials found a cache of loot in his home, consisting of a number of pistols, knives, shells, watches, lighters, transistor radios, stamps and a small amount of change. Officials said a young girl, a parolee from Geneva School for Girls, accompanied the lad on one night when they entered three places. Thefts were reported April 27 and June 21 at the Army Surplus Store; May 24, June 6 and 21 at the Offerle Oil Co., and May 9, 14, 24 and June 21 at Ward's Hatchery. The boy was turned over to juvenile authorities for a hearing in Henry County Court, and the girl will be returned to Geneva. Henry Board Acts for New School Aide CAMBRIDGE - The Henry County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to furnish an office for a county school psychologist and to form a committee to study the Foods Surplus Commodities Pr- gram. The psychologist's office will be in the building with the county superintendent of schools. Opposition to the measure was based on the contention that no money has been appropriated for a psychologist, and only six schools have ogreed to hire a county psychologist. Iener Olson, Maurice Goembel, Thomas Morgan, Jacob Gottsch and Rollin Hofmeister opposed the motion. The surplus food program is designed to give food stored by the federal government to families qualifying for the aid. The food available includes beans, butter, cheese, corn meal, dry milk, flour, lard, canned meat, rice, rolled oats and peanut butter. State Pays Costs Those eligible in Henry County would receive the food once a month by truck. The state will pay for the cost of the truck and driver, but the county must furnish an individual to ride with the driver-, and help unload the food. The supervisors determine eligibility from an application filed by the families. A surplus commodity card will be issued to qualified persons by the board. The committee members, Frank Verbeck, Walter Pobanz and Wallace Good will report to the board on its findings at the meeting Aug. 13. Scott Creelman, Dartmouth r oot- ball captain, has played in 26 consecutive winning football games. UNDSTROM'S CALLS THEM SUPER VALUES Come See and Youtt Agree! RCA VICTOR Mw PfstdlM With Th« COOPER , . Series 34-C27 -M ^ 23'tube Coverall dfafc) 282 M. in. picture Popular Space Saving Consolette Design * Big 23* tube (overall diag.) for 282 square inches of pure picture pleasure, -k Super- powerful "New Vista" Tuner pulls in many hard-to-get stations.. ir Transformer-powered New Vista Deluxe Chassis supplies 22,500 volts of picture power (design average), * Dependable Space Age Sealed Circuitry is today's precision answer to old-fashioned all-hand-wired circuitry. 229 95 WITH TRADE Table Topper! 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