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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

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>- 1 ^ 1 i>_\-vL + J as Six at 4HI Club « Warren County tihm ore joining more t , „ „ , , *V» «*H State Junior Leadership Conference day at the Memorial Camp in Monticelto. E To Compete* State Fair MONMOUTH Irving Lipp, of fhe cause of their leadership activi* ties vi-.- ~ tne Past years. The lm delegates are Judy Shauman, Judith Freed. Jack Pelt and Dick Killey. T #o other Warren County 4- H'ers-John Huston of Roseville and trvin Lipp of Gerlaw-will attend Uie camp as members of the nuation Committee. These s'were elected by their fellow campers during the 1962 camp to be « part of a ten-member com- attend this conference July 22-27, Each L Accuse Other Announce Program for Band the Spring Grove Agriculture 4-tt Club, and Patti Sullivan, of the Carrierori Make and Bake 4-H Club, were named the Warren County public speaking contest winners In competition held recently at the Farm Bureau Build* Miss Sullivan's ' speech was "Symbols of American Heritage 1 ' Fifth Annual Summer Band Festival of the Monmouth and Warren and Mr. Lipp's speech was en* schools summed junior grade bands, to be held this evening at 7:30 titled "Have a Hazard Hunt-It at Warren School with the follow Concert to Be Given Tonight MONMOUTH *~ Lester Munnekc, band director of Monmouth schools, and C. P, Patterson of Warren schools wyi conduct at the MONMOUTH May Save Your Life!'" The alter nates In this contest were 1 Two rrfolorists mittpe v of 441'ers to return in Jfl63, and plan and co-ordinate the next, , afternoon, following a This year's conference program I Jj[? c accldent on th * features n L*. I ^vi ua were ticketed on the complaint speech topic was of one another at 4; 15 Saturday Your Duty," and A . .A. i i V -km Ing program: loy Concert Band Warm-Ups, Nilo utler of Dec's ,441 Club, whose Havey; Golden Days Overture, K. Harold re. a series of lectures by Miss Dorothy Emerson, consultant Ball and Richard "Parents Do L. King; Mr. U. S. A., Jim Conway Walters; Success March, Harold minor of the Happy Hustlers 4-H Club Bennett; Aladdin's Lamp Over Public with a speech entitled "The ture, Fred Weber; Military Es >f Disarmament St Mrs. Annie Henderson of 916 S. cort March, Ha fold Bennett; Conway f-vnn I Trocadero Mambo. Harold Wal Washington, D. C. Other speakers violati °n °f a vehicle entering the Happy Hustlers, will be the dele- Als °> prid e a ™* Progress £on include Dr. J. B. Claar, associate hi 8 hwa y» and Ted Frieden, 17, of gates to the state fair in demon- <*rt, J * Olivadoti; Cossack lnvo- vice president of the Illinois Retait 410 s - First St was arrested for stratlons. Huston and Conway's Merchants Association, and Miss fai,ure to reduce speed to avoid demonstration is "Tomato Lenikov Janice Smith; head of the Department of Home Economics at the University of Illinois. A program of sports, crafts and an accident. They will appear in Worm—Public Enemy No. 1." The Harold Walters; Beghiners Stomp, police magistrate court later to- demonstration uses the flannel A - R * Piat °! F1 y er March, Ernest board and a live tomato plant Weber » and The "Star-Spangled Other Cases Listed ' as excellent visual aids in dem- Banner, John S, Smith. William H. Inman, 53, of 1420 onstrating the way to kill the to- t There will be a social hour fol day. tours are planned. Irvin Lipp will - ^ ™„ be in charge of tours of the camp S. E St. was arrested at 1 o'clock mato imit worm, and Allcrton Park, John Huston Sunday morning on South Main *—" ~ will be in charge of all ceremonies including flag raising and lowering, and the special events such as candlelight ceremony and New magistrate court later today, Continuation Committee installa- Donald E. tion. Lynn Ball and Richard Icenogle Street for drunk driving. Inman are both first-year 4-H members was released on a $200 cash bond whose demonstration included and will have a hearing in police techniques for splinting a broken arm and stopping bleeding. They ri Prowler Gets $35 at Shop Catton, 17, of 123 also explained the dangers of the S. E St. was arrested at 11:05 tourniquet method of stopping Sunday morning for speeding on bleeding. West Broadway. His hearing will Both of the demonstrations and lowing the program, with refreshments in charge of Mrs. Greta Davis and Mrs; Mildred Ryner. Everyone in attendance will be invited to stay for the social hour. MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Gotesbur Homemakers [TIZZY Unit Meets Scheduled MONMOUTH - Unit meetings will be held in three Warren Coun ty Homemakers Extension Asso ciation groups this week, with the Park Ridge unit having a uncheon at the National Cafe Roseville this afternoon. The Larchland unit will meet Wednesday at 2 o'clock lome of Mrs. John Lewis Mrs. Joe Callison will entertain the Coldbrook unit Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. The Warrert County 4-H Achievement 'day for Home Economics 4-H clubs Hvill be held Thursday in the Kirkwood Grade School, By Hale Admitted Friday — Chewning, Monmouth. Admitted Saturday Doubet, Little York; Mrs. Alic6 Mrs. Willis startin 8 at 8 : 30 a ' m : A noon luncheon Will be served Charles I *V tfl€ Kh^ 00 ** Klippers 4-H members, assisted by members of be later today. MONMOUTH Ollie Thornton reported to police Sunday nigty at 11:15 that sometime Saturday night or Sunday someone had Kirkivood Library Plans Movies the public speaking entries will compete at the Illinois State Fair, for further state ratings and honors. Notches a First GSTAAD, Switzerland (UPD- KDRKWOOD — All children of Nicola Pietrangeli, the tempera, , . , ,. - , . uie Kirkwood community were re- mental Italian Davis Cup tennis SS" I n £„ I ur c" Sh ° P ' l0 * minded *at two movies will be star, had a first today when he shown in the library Tuesday at became the initial player from his 3 p.m, 4 This will be the second country to win the men's singles in a series of movies to be shown title in the Switzerland champion- FFA Show to Be Presented At Aledo Fair Carlson, Mrs. Ella Bader, Mrs. Nettie Herdman, Marion Kaywood, Mrs. Nora Nuckles, Monmouth; Mrs. Virgil Christy, KeithSburg; Mrs. Myrtle Stauffer, Kirkwood. Dismissed Saturday—Mrs. Neal Carson, Mrs. Leon Hcatherly and baby, Mrs. Agnes Lewis, Mrs. Clara Shamblin, Mrs. Ida Ryner, Monmouth; Mrs. C. G. Reynolds, Smithshire; Raymond C. Gross, Washington, Iowa: Mrs. Mayme Pratt, Roseville; Charles Doubet, Little York; Mrs. Leonard Arnold, Kirkwood; Mrs. John R. Carson, Sea ton. Admitted Sunday — Hamilton, Little York; Smithshire; Mrs. he Tompkins Sunshine Homemakers unit. At 1 p.m. a dress revue will be held in the scohol gym md the oublic is invited. Mrs. J. L. Farrand Delia Brent, Kerr, Roseville. t Dismissed Sunday — Baby Mary Woods, Mrs. Willis Chewning, ALEDO—Entries in the Section M 4 s s Janet Armstrong, Mon- IV Future Farmers of America mou th ; Mrs. William Richardson Radioactive Count Higher In Rain Water WASHINGTON (UPI) The cated at 69V& Public Square. Thornton told officers a hole had been knocked through beaver-board next to an air con- other Tuesda until school ^i^. Pietrangeli""^^" fa^'~b^ting ditioner in the front window, and u^:' J_J «... ™ 1 ^ $35 in — 4 - J ue ^ 115 ' stolen. change was reported Return from East ALEXIS - Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lynch and three children have ... . , . , . . returned home from a vacation S° lh ^l a . W ^ nd s ^.? Ir trip to Niagara Falls, N.Y. They m returned through Ontario, Canada and Flint. Mich. top-seeded Roy Emerson of Australia, 7-5, 6-2, 6-2. The ladies ti- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parkins tie went to Robyn Ebbern of Aus- were in Colchester Friday. They tralia, who beat compatriot Leslie called at the home of Mr. and Turner, 6-3, 6-4. Mrs. Harry Gi'een and Debbie and at the home of Mrs. Parkins' The steeplechase originated in show, to.be held Tuesday, open- and baby Kirkwood; ing day of the Mercer County Rock ottumwa, Iowa; Fair are reported as numbering Larry Moore, Roseville. 581. Entries included beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine with 75 barrows and lead the list. George Master and sheep, Social Slated 68 steers SHANGHAI - Grange members geological survey today reported a record high concentration of radioactive tritium in rain water. Tritium,•triple-weight hydrogen, is produced naturally in the atmosphere by cosmic ray bombardment, but the mulk of it comes from H-bomb tests. Dr. Gordon Stewart of the sur- t vey's water said a resources division marked increase" in tritium in both coastal and inland waters occurred this spring. t /m • A * * j M * a* i . Tritium is potentially danger- This annual vocational-aericul- haVe • c ? m P leted P 1 ^ 5 , i 0ur th f ,r ous," the survey said, "because mis annual vocational agncui annuaI lce cream social Thursday ft bi ith ' J ture fair has as its participants f fi t q t th n r:tn J p """"'/'es wun oxygen to torm FFA chapter members from 14 %™ 6 t0 9 pin - at the Grange radioactive water and schools in Henderson, Knox, Mercer and Warren counties. Premiums total $3,000. with the funds • _^+- r CP* if \ - w. i -. . ;- - J ti nebody would break MY heart. I think the exoerience would mellow me!" New Windsor Church Unit Hears Report on Germany NEW WINDSOR Mrs. James McGaughy of Rock Island, who spent six months in Germany last year under the American Field Service Exchange when she was a student as Jeannine Engstrom at AlWood High School, spoke on her experiences in that country at the Lutheran Church parlors July 18. A combined meeting of the Lutheran Church Women and the MARRIAGE LICENSE MONMOUTH - Two made anywhere ordinary water goes into rainfall, into the ground, and into plants, Fern Leaf Society was held during the evening. Mrs. John Engstrom of Ophiem, Mrs. McGaughy's mother, projected the slides as she spoke. Later, the audience can go | viewed articles brought back by the speaker from Germany. members should attend Fellowship Day, Aug. 8, for the Rock Island and Galesburg District LCW at Camp Augustana, and the trip also includes a tour of Camp Alpine. Mrs. Paul Holmer is scheduled to review the book "Invitation to Fellowship" at the Sept. 19 evening meeting of the LCW. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Marinangeli, Mrs. Larry Rilea, Mrs. Dallas Switzer, Mrs. Lyle Johnson, Mrs. Dale. Thurtnan, Mrs. Oliver Leif and Miss Esther Rosene. animals, and vocational - agriculture program. Money derived from entry fees is used for payment of the judges and purchase of ribbons. All judging in the FFA show is scheduled for Tuesday, with exhibitors also being eligible to The tritium Phone 342-5151 Pr duction Increase Shared by Hen T „ , D . . . T . - - —• "rainout" this presided. The program also in- Larry Garner and Patnc.a Lefort spring was from nudear ^ * ^ * Elin of Monmouth and to Burl L. Cook conducted last year For Thomas wfth Jim pinkerton ac . of Assumption and Elizabeth Anna reasons peak ra}nout occurs jn companisti and a pian0 solo> Judy the spring season. At Ocala, Fla., the tritium peak was 275 T.U. in the spring of 1962. This spring it was about 654. People in Surakarta, Indonesia, change their names as often as Opening devotions were given they like to avoid bad luck. ENDS WEDNESDAY See ELVIS in IT HAPPENED AT THE Mrs. hu- J by Miss Grace Johnson. Edwin Peterson, LCW president, • i — Courtney of Monmouth. compete in the junior and open shows of the county fair. (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI)—The hen riod production per layer ad- is the leading blue grass seed pro- vanced 94 eggs, or at the rate of ducer for the fourth consecutive year. Next in rank are Kentucky, more than 3 eggs per year. William C. Paddock of the de~! Missouri, and North D a'k o t a. PRESCRIPTIONS GALESBURG HAWTHORNE DRUG COMPANY • 10M MC1M niKHMI ft- MAWTHQIMlY MAVI IT is doing her part in these days P artment ' s Economic Research These four states produce 87 per c . j , «, . Service said the improvement in cent of the total, of increased production. She is ^ , . , , . *, L r the rate or lay is of great eco- keeping up with production up- nom j c importance because many The Agriculture Reserve Serv trends sparked by the technologi- ° f the costs of keeping a layer' ice said northwestern corn belt do not increase significantly as farmers can conserve needed The Agriculture Department re- ^ ^Z^h-JT L J L t L L u , • s means that the cost of pro- . . - D — ported that t he average laying during a dozen eggs declines ra- us ^\ mid-August second cutting hen hi the United States produced pjdly as the rate of lay rises " ' 212 eggs in 1962. This was 100 Pa ddock said research discov- cal revolution in agriculture. moisture for their next corn crop by plowing under alfalfa after its third cutting of alfalfa in September. The agency said experiments showed that alfalfa extracts moisture from as deep as 10 feet. This supply of stored moisture must be replenished if the next season's corn crop is to make its best growth. Petrie. Mrs Peterson stressed that WORLD EARL THEATRE Knoxville At Lincoln, Neb., the court rose from 1,700 T.U. in 1962 to 3,300 this year. In Washington, the 1963 spring peak was 2,100 T.U. compared with 278 last year. Dr. Stewart noted that these amounts are far below the maximum permissible concentration of 926,000 T.U. in water established by the National Committee Radiation Protection. on Scientist Invents M Botteryless Hearing Aid Mr. Endel Are, formerly with the National Space Administration, has perfected a hearing aid that is powered by the heat of the user's body. The aid is so small it fits entirely in the ear and will last a lifetime. Body heat generates enough power to give hearing to those with a severe loss. There are no batteries to buy. The aid is personally fitted for the individual and because the circuit is sealed in solid plastic, it cannot corrode and will give clear, noiseless hearing. If interested for yourself or a friend, write ULTIMA, P.O. Box 864, Chicago, 111., 60690, for full, free information. for hay. This would eliminate the normal more than the average layer pro- er j es in genetics, nutrition di-, duced in 1925. The department sease control, and flock manage- T AIICA NftrVAC also noted that most ot the mi- men t laid the groundwork for the' iCIlDC fC« provement in the rate of lay oc- dramatic improvement in layer curred since 1934. During this pe- productivity. 4 The Crop Reporting Board estimates production of Kentucky blue grass seed this year at 5,540,000 pounds. This is 71 per cent smaller than last year's crop, 87 per cent smaller than the 1957-61 average, and the. smallest crop since 1928. The board said South Dakota, with two-fifths of total production, Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may b§ blocked—and you become constipated. 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Go to your phy* sician quickly when sick. He can help you to stay healthy and young. Our furrier, Mr, Gustofson, just- returned from a N< York buying trip with Mrs, Bell with the finest fur selections we've ever had. mm NEW FURS . . . NEW COLORS NEW SHADINGS . ... NEW STYLES NEW LOW, LOW PRICE < s J R SILVERSMITHS YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? HAWTHORNE DRUG 15 E. MAIN ST. If your Doctor Prescribe* It Hawthorne Has It Copyright 1961 UP TO WITH YOUR OLD FUR AS A TRADE-IN r i Your Old Fur Is Worth More Now Than Ever Before. See the Very latest In Fur Fashions Direct From Our Mew York Market. 444 E. MAIN ST. \ t

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