16 GoK>bur<3 RcQister-Mqif, Gnlesbuffl, III, Thursday, July 18, 1963 arm Bureau Training eries Starts With Meet In Monmouth Next Monday MONMOUTH - A series of discussion leader training schools for Illinois JFarm Bureau young people ' »Will be held in late July. , J!The first one will be held $it Monmouth July 22 in the ^ Colonial Motel. -m The meetings will serve to *tamilterize the young farm men , and women with techniques of Conducting group discussions and stimulate participation in Farm Bureau's "Give Meat for Christ; mas" marketing campaign. •> "The meetings are designed to provide Farm Bureau members ' with an opportunity to learn and ; practice the principles and techniques of leading group discus- sions in contributing to effective Farm Bureau policy development and policy activation programs," said Kenneth Cheatham, Illinois Agricultural Association director of young people's activities. Tofich on Techniques The sessions will include explanations of what makes,a good discussion, discussion techniques and physical arrangements, responsibilities of the discussion participant, and responsibilities of the discussion leader. Each meeting will feature practice sessions using the topic "What is the IAA-Spohsored Meat Gift Certificate Program?" The sessions will include discussions of how Farm Bureau young people can effectively promote, coordinate and activate a meat certificate campaign in cooperation with the 1AA agricultural mar keting development and promo tion program. Registration is scheduled for 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. The training school programs will be from 7 to 10 p.m. Series Begin at Monmouth The meetings are scheduled as follows: Colonial Hotel, Monmouth, July 22. First United Presbyterian Church, Pontiac, July 23. Northern Illinois University Student Union Building, DeKalb, July 24. Douglas Avenue Methodist Church, Springfield, July 29. Lutheran Church, Charleston, July 30. Southern Illinois University Student Union, Carbondale, July 31. ARRANGE PICNIC — The Monmouth Mothers of Twins Club plan to have their first annual family picnic Sunday, Aug. 18, at 12:30 in Monmouth Park. Shown above making arrangements for the affair are (left to right) Mrs. Joe Gummerson, Mrs. John Starkey, Mrs. Richard Edwards and Mrs. Max Howe. Mrs. Howe, picnic chairman, has arranged to have games and contests for the entire family during the day. Anyone having multiple births in their family, not necessarily twins, is invited to attend the picnic. MONMOUTH FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734.4121 Before 6:30 Ready Warren School for Reopening MONMOUTH-Dr. Glenn Cham berlain, newly elected president of the board of directors of the Warren Achievement School, conducted the recent meeting of the board. Other officers are Kenneth Critser, first vice president; Dr. Carl Johnson, second vice president; Mrs. Ralph Butler, secretary and Mrs. Leta McLinn, treasurer. There was a discussion of the remodeling of the new school building which will be ready for occupancy by students in September. Mrs. David Moffet and Mrs. Max Stults are supervising the decoration of the school. Dr. Chamberlain appointed the following committees for the coming year: building and grounds, Gary Gawthrope, chairman, Dr. Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Morefield; teachers and personnel, Dr. James B. Ebersole, chairman, Dr. Ben Shawver and Mrs. George Bersted; equipment and supplies, Mrs. Paul Rochotte, chairman, Mrs. Ralph Butler; legal and financial committee, Kenneth Critser, chairman, Mrs. Leta McLinn and Mrs. Joe Pelisek. Mrs. James Ebersole will continue as guidance director for the coming year while Mrs. Bersted will serve as coordinator. Fastest mile in harness racing in 1962 was the 1:57 victory for the pacer Coffee Break at Springfield, 111. Stores Plan CmzyDay Sale Friday MONMOUTH—A "Crazy Day" sale will be held Friday in downtown Monmouth, with parking restricted in the 100 and 200 blocks on South Main Street in order that merchants may display their wares. The sales will continue through Saturday; however, merchandise will be sold on the streets only on Friday. Children will have their share of the fun Friday when a pet parade will begin at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Entrants are requested to get in place by 1:30 p. m. on the sidewalk on the south side of the Warren County Courthouse in the 100 block on West Broadway. Two in Traffic Cases Are Fined MONMOUTH - Mrs. Dorothy HarVey, 409 S. Main St., who was ticketed early Wednesday morning for a stop light violation, was fined $10 in police magistrate court Wednesday. Bruce McKelvey, 74, of 216 S. Fifth St., who was arrested for failure to yield the right of way following a minor traffic accident Monday, was fined $10 and costs of $9 in police magistrate court Wednesday. McKelvey reportedly pulled into the path of an auto driven by 18- year-old Robert D. Parish, of 920 S. D St. McKelvey filed charges against Parish, charging him with driving too fast for conditions, but the charges were dismissed. NFO Reports Bean Sales MONMOUTH ~ National Farmers Organization has made two more bean sales at an advantage over those who do not belong to the NFO. This report from NFO national headquarters was announced' today by Stewart Morris, Warren County chairman. He said one sale was made at Bloomington for $2.61 per bushel and one at $2.71 near Quincy and that one NFO member in his county "sold between 5,000-6,000 bushels of beans at a 10-ccnt advantage." Accordirg to Morris, 11 more processors have signed contracts to pay the prices asked by the NFO. This will go into effect "as soon as enough processors have sighed and we can furnish a set per cent of the production to those processors signed." "Farmers are continuing to sign membership agreements at a tremendous rate," Morris said. At a special meeting of the Warren County Chapter of. the NFO, members heard a report by Robert Korasgen, assistant national organizer, on his recent visit at Corning, Iowa, national headquarters. Also at this meeting plans were finalized for the public potluck picnic Sunday at Monmouth Park. Erhard Pfingsten, NFO national vice president, will speak. = Merchandise •IB ^Stolen at Two i Businesses Z MONMOUTH—-Prowlers entered «t two different places of business ** south of Monmouth sometime 2: Tuesday night or early Wednes* day morning by breaking win*!; dows to gain entry. Z Alvie Kersey, 1308 S. Main St., Z reported to the office of the War^ ren County sheriff Wednesday « that the Wynne Oil Co., 1309 S. Main St., had been entered. It •l" was found cigarettes, gum, leather "„[• gloves and some money were tak- Z en. Romine Pottery, just north of "••< the Wynne station, reported later r 'j' t Wednesday thei building had Jeen V' entered also and a transistor Z radio, cigarettes, candy bars, a ' tackle box and approximately $10 ••« in change were missing. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Warren Red Cross Has Annual Meeting Admitted Tuesday — Miss Ida Bergren, Mrs. Addie Killey, Mrs. Turrie Peoples, Mrs. Alice Thompson, Monmouth; George Rock, Ottumwa, Iowa. Born Wednesday—Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Heatherly, Monmouth. Admitted Wednesday — Mrs. Theron Wallace, Master Don Todd, Monmouth. Dismissed Wednesday — Miss Lisa Struth, Monmouth; Farrand Brent, Smithshire. Sent to State School MONMOUTH — Delbert Grover Cleveland Johnson, 18, of 1126 S. Second St., had a hearing in Warren County court Wednesday before Judge Scott I. Klukos. Johnson, who had been charged with the March 31 breakin at the Holliday Package Liquor store, had asked for probation earlier but his request was denied. Yesterday Johnson was found mentally incompetent and he was ordered sent to the state school at Lincoln. MONMOUTH — Announcement was made by Eugene McKee, blood chairman, Tuesday night at the annual meeting of the Warren County Chapter of the American Red Cross, that a visit of the bloodmobile would be Wednesday, July 24, at the First Methodist Church. It was also announced Monmouth was behind in its quota and that other visits would be made in October, November and December. Mrs. Lyle Finley, chairman of service groups, reported a total of seven visits of the bloodmobile were made this year, with 585 pints of blood collected. There were eight volunteers who worked at each of the seven visits: Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Andrew Crum, Mrs. E. W. Kelly, Mrs. Joseph Dixson, Mrs. Harry Gardner, Mrs. Harold Bolin, Mrs. Harrie Randall and Mrs. Halsey Norris. There were 12 volunteers who missed just one of the visits: Mrs. Joe Hamilton, Mrs. Eldon Tinsman, Mrs. J. O. Firth, Mrs. Harry Gibb, Mrs. Roger Smith, Mrs. Ulmer Roll, Mrs. Roy Fillman, Mrs. Frank Kellogg, Mrs. Harold Winebright, Mrs. Robert SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PHONE 343-9040 SMALL B.B.Q. SPARE RIBS «, 45c WASHED RED POTATOES 2079c Vi SIZE HUNTS PEACHES 4c -*l.00 WHOLE FRYING CHICKZNS *• 29c FIRM - RIPE BANANAS •blOc MARKET BASKET CORN 5 * 50c CHOICE BEEF ROAST ••• 39c FRESH . JUICY PEACHES 2 29c MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 «•» 65c COLUMBIA SLICED 3»» $ 1.00 CELLO PACK CARROTS 2 <- 19c NORTHERN TOWELS 2 K 35c PUBUQUE CANNED PICNICS 3 - *1.69 AMERICAN BEAUTY Pork & Beans 4 tr $ 1.00 KRAFT B.B.Q. SAUCE Ss. 45c Sheridan, Mrs. Anthony Campagna and Mrs. Finley. Francis Russell, first aid chairman, reported a total of nine first aid classes were conducted with 137 students in attendance. A trailer for first-aid will be maintained by Red Cross at the Warren County Prime Beef Festival this year and at the Roseville Fair. David Turnbull, chapter chairman, expressed the chapter's appreciation to the family and friends who recently established a fund to the Red Cross Blood Program in memoriam for Miss Mable Brannan. Mrs. Don Chenoweth, Junior Red Cross chairman, reported 100 per cent enrollment for elementary schools in the county, with two of the high schools, Roseville and Monmouth, contributing. A summary of the year's activities included a $25 donation to the American Red Cross Children's Fund for its work among the children of the world. A total of 176 overseas gift boxes were turned in this year by the elementary schools and were sent to the Red Cross Warehouse at Landover, Md., where in turn they are shipped to various countries to needy children or those in hospitals. Gifts to Dixon In December 10 Christmas gifts requested by Area Office were sent to Dixon State School. This was handled by a committee of six girls of the seventh grade of junior high school in Monmouth, appointed by Miss Ruth Foster. A letter of appreciation was received from David Endelson, superintendent of the school, ac- knoweldging the gifts. Mrs. Stanley Merion, home service chairman, told of her part in Red Cross. Sixty-four cases, of which 56 were servicemen, and 67 inquiries and requests for information were handled through her department, which mainly consists of answering telegrams from the military, making social surveys for the Veterans Administration, sending emergency death notices and birth notices outside the United States. Mrs. Merion expressed appreciation for the cooperation she is given by local doctors, hospital and the Veterans Aid and Public Aid offices in the county. Judge Murphy's Will Probated MONMOUTH - The will of Loren E. Murphy, retired justice of the Illinois Supreme Court, who died June 2 at Monmouth, was admitted for probate in Warren County Court Wednesday. According to the petition, Judge Murphy left real estate and personal property of unknown value to his widow, three daughters, four sons and two grandchildren. A son, Lewis D. Murphy, was appointed executor by Judge Scott I. Klukos. Shanghai Briefs SHANGHAI — Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Foos of Tulsa, Okla., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, John White last week. Also visiting the Whites were Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Foos, Mr, and Mrs. John Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert Kenan,, Mrs. Harold Hass and Mrs, Rubie Famulener. Sugar Free Bubble PER 6FL01 6-PAK 16 -oynce Bottles 59c BOTTLED By CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. GALESBL'RG, UXINOIS Charges Filed After Mishap MONMOUTH-Robert D. Stevens, 16, of 109 E. Third Ave. was ticketed Wednesday at 4:15 p. m. after a minor traffic accident at Broadway and South Fourth Street. A car driven by Mrs. Eva E. Lewis, 601 W. Second Ave., had stopped at the intersection to allow traffic to pass before she turned, and her car was struck in the rear by Stevens' car. Stevens was ticketed for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and will have a hearing in police magistrate court later today. Bands Join In Concert Next Monday MONMOUTH — Monmouth and Warren Grade School bands will present a joint band concert next Monday evening, July 22, at 7:30 o'clock at the Warren School. Lester Munneke of the Monmouth band and C. P. Patterson of the Warren band will share in the directing. This is the fifth annual Summer Band Feitival arranged by Munneke and Patterson in combining their two summer bands. The public is invited to attend and there will be no charge for admission. There will be a social hour following the concert and refreshments will be served. Bloodmobile to Visit Henderson County July 31 OQUAWKA - Blqod donors in Oquawka and Bald Bluff townships are being signed up for the bloodmobile's first visit t6 Henderson County July 31 at the Methodist Church. Recruiting chairmen Mrs. Dale Dooley and Mi's. Dean Anderson reported that the mobile's visit will protect each county resident in emergency cases. It has been hard in the past to obtain needed blood, they stated, giving as an example the case of Milton Stevenson, who six years ago, found difficulty in obtaining extra blood for heart surgery. Take Prisoners to Begin Sentences MONMOUTH—Robert Stevens, Warren County deputy sheriff, and Lloyd Herbener, probation officer, from Canton, went to >Joliet today to deliver three prisoners. Clifford Sage, 18, of 912 S. C St., who was sentenced July 12 to serve a term of 1 to 5 years for forgery, was taken to the prison at Joliet. Gary Dean Johnson, 17, of 1126 S. Second St., and Jan Holeman, 15, of 907 S. B St., who stole a car May 16 at Warren School, were taken to the Illinois Youth Commission Center in Joliet. Technical Terry PITTSBURGH (UPI) - Terry Nofsinger, the Pittsburgh Steel- ers' reserve quarterback, is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Set Oneida Social ONEIDA—Plans arc under way for the ice cream social at the Methodist Church July 25 at 5:30 p.m. Co-chairmen for the annual event are Mrs. Everett Brown and Mrs. Maynard Adams. Galesburg Man's Arrest MONMOOWt—Mason H. Simp* son, 21, of 969 E. North St., Gales, burg, was picked up in Monmouth on a mittimus Wednesday night at il:20 for failure to pay $75 in old fines. Simpson had been arrested July 4 for speeding, reckless driv* ing, stop-sign and stop-light violations. On July S he appeared in police magistrate court and was fined $75 on the four charges and ordered to pay $5 a week until the fine "was paid. He failed to make any more payments after the first $5 and is now being held, in city jail. William M. Conncll, 16, of 1126 E. Boston Ave. was arrested on three counts Wednesday night. At 10:30 he was stopped for speeding on North First Street and for squealing tires and was ordered to appear Friday in police magistrate court. At 10:40 he was stopped again for reckless driving and will appear Friday to answer all three charges. Donald Wayne Shawler, 16, of Evergreen, Colo., was also arrested on three charges at 1:10 this morning. He was cited for drag racing and reckless driving on South Main Street and for the improper use of license plates, which police officers said were displayed upside-down. . At 2:10 this morning Willis W. Chewning, 43, of 739 E. Tenth Ave., was arrested for having no license plates on his car. Shawler and Chewning will both appear in police magistrate court Friday. Clarence E. Peterson, 34, of 924 S. B St. was arrested at 11:50 Wednesday night for drunk driving on South Main Street. He was released on a $200 cash bond and will have a hearing in police magistrate court Friday. Results Assured on Pickles Cured h SPEAS Apple Cider or White Distilled VINEGAR 0 jJoMESTYLE ^l, KOSHER DILL PICKLES OUR 75th YEAR To each quart jar. addi 1 head fresh dill 2 to 3 cloves garlic (depending on size) iimiiiiii IN LIFE 1 small re"d or green hot pepper (optional) Select fresh-firm cucumbers- wash and pack In Jars Bring to a boil: 2 quarts water 1 quart Speas distilled or cider vinegar 1 cup non-iodized salt Pour hot solution over cucumbers and seal. Pickles will be ready in 3 to 4 weeks depending on the size of the cucumbers. For plain dill pickles the garlic buds can. be omitted. 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