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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 23, 1963
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Wp3 iLUSali fit. Tuesday, Julv 23* 1963 lip IMGA chimpionshtp jto^mtmt ittto tices, the onfrianfctioitet! profes- M riiiir this $m in this area, Wilt be presented two nights, Aug, 1*2, at the Kfttft County ftfif* Making his first appearance on the track at the fairgrounds in Knowille wilt be the new IMCA JOHNNY WHITE, new IMCA sprint car champion will make his Initial; appearance locally when he drives in the chain- pionshlp races,, Thursday and Friday nights, Aug. 1 -2, at the 105th annual Knox County Fair. %edway*Type A u MR^eei TYPICAL SCENF-Plcturcd here Is a racing scette which will he repeated at the Knox County Fair daring two nights of IMAC itito racing, Aug. i «2. way, where he toured the high- banked half-mile oval in 17.66 seconds for a new all-time mark The former record was held by Parnelli and Roger McCluskey, White averaged 101 miles per hour. After winning at Winchester, White won the Hawkeye Futurity and the July 4th feature at Cedar Rapids, proving his adeptness on both types of track. Pull for Honors Pushing White for top honors at Knoxvillc will be three-time IMCA champion, Pete Folse, who has won a number of races here and set several track records champion, Johnny White of Warren, Mich., in the world-record holding Weinberger Chevy. Re ports list White as having been a Sensation so far this season on the banked tracks in the east, as well as on midwestern clay-surfaced tracks. He led off his record- breaking spree with a new world's record at the Winchester Speed- NEED GUTTERS? Call WHITE'S - 342-0185 Folse will wheel the Honore No. 2 Offenhauser. Others in the 16-car field will Sheep Section Offers $200 For Exhibitors Exhibitors in the sheep department at the Knox County Fair, in addition to the regular classes, will have competition for market class lambs, with awards totaling $200. Premiums, ranging from $25 to $6, for seven places, will be paid in each of the fat lamb class, wethers only, and pen of lambs, wethers only. An eligibility requirement in this competition was that the lambs must have been born on or after Feb. 1, 1962. The pen of lambs consists of two lambs. Trophies to the owners of the champion fat lamb and champion pen of lambs will be presented by Knoxville American Legion Post 749. PETE FOLSE, three - time IMCA champion will be one of the drivers in the two-night championship auto races at the Knox County Fair, Aug. 1-3. Penicillin The drug, penicillin, Which is extracted from a mold, gets its name from the Latin "penicillus," which means "pencil" or "small brush." The name was applied in allusion to the appearance of the) mold under the microscope. he Bob Coulter of Su$hi' Calif.; Harold Imp of f Kan., in the Chet Wilson which won two tqfam<mlffij& years ago; Bob Tomllfl«m «ir6W lawn, in the Sapjw ^tel^|i« Noeske of Frecport, l« ml^iw Chevy conversion; fit. A ,'Kmm ler of Chicago, in a Wayne? RW fiy CahiH of lorn Cityv in >Wffi$ fenhauser; Curly Boyd onndfon* apolis, Ind., in a Chevy.powttfrt racer, and several other driv«* Time trials will be h«W day night only, starting at + o'clock, with the fit^ of races starting at 8 o 'ctock both nights. : T"? New Windsor* Girl Wim Fulton Event NEW WINDSOR— Judy Bonnett, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bonnett of New Windsor, was named winner of the Fulton County Soldiers and Sailors Reunion talent contest July 12 at Cuba. She topped 17 other acts in the final contest with a medley of numbers from "Annie Get Your Gun." Bedecked in a cowgirl costume she charmed the judges into a one-point decision over a Peoria baton twirler. * Miss Bonnett, a junior at Winola High School, won the first-prize^award of $75. She also appeared in the talent contest last year. Miss Bonnett also won an appearance on the WTVH TV star tion at Peoria. There were 54 contestants in the talent contest which began July 11 with' three preliminary groups participating. Mr. and Mrs., Arnold Bonnett and family were, guests of Mrs. Esta Homkins, Cuba, over the I past weekend. rectors of xhibitsHold Major Roles Playing a major role in the ojteration of the Knox County Fair are the department superln* tendents and assistants, under whose directions the various exhibits are arranged and judged. Serving this year, as the fair Is presented July 29-Aug. 3, as su* perintendents and assistants are Fred Clark of DeLong, beef cattle; Roy Myers of Knoxville and Roy Dalton of Elmwood, assistant, sheep; Guy B. Bates of DeLong and Herb Nelson of Altona; assistant, swine; Jim Guillinger of Williamsfield and Ray Dunn of Galesburg, assistant, junior livestock; Gerald Weaver of Williamsfield, poultry; Ernie Link of DeLong, both agricultural products and horticulture; Mrs. Audrey Perry of Knoxville, with Mrs. Dale Henderson of Knoxville and Mrs. Lyle Fitchpatrick of Dahinda, as assistants, cut flowers, plants and arrangements. Also, Mrs. Darrel Steck of Wataga and Mrs. Floyd Mathews of Maquon, assistant, domestic arts, and also amateur hobby show division; Mrs. Aubrey Perry, junior department; Mrs. K. H. Hoyme of Knoxville, culinary, canned vegetables, fruit and dairy; Lawrence Cook and Harold D. Peck, assistant, both of DeLong, tractor pulling contest; Henry J. Mott of Galesburg, harness races; Park Hickok of Knoxville, with Ed Galbreath of Galesburg and Larry PYuett of Knoxville as assistants, quarter horse running races; Hickok and Galbreath, quarter horse contest. r VACATION SPECIAL! New tine with truck-tire tough Super-Syn REGoodrich 6.70 M 15 black tuba-typa p/i/s tax and tlra off your car WHITE WALLS ONLY SLIGHTLY HIGHER! LOW PRICES ON ALL SIZES B.F. GOODRICH COMMANDER 220 tfr 1 5-month guarantee tfr Nylon cord construction NO MONEY DOWN WITH YOUR OLD TIRE! FREE MOUNTING! A GUARANTEE YOU CAN TRUST! All B.F.Goodrich Tires are guaranteed against blowouts, cuts, breaks caused by road hazards encountered in normal driving. If a tire is so damaged beyond repair, you get full allowance for remaining tread against the purchase of a replacement, at current retail list price. Your B.F.Goodrich dealer has details. 'Prices plus tax and tire off your car 21-MONTH GUARANTEE MYLOM Long Miler S I4 95 6,70 x IS bfaek tuba-typa^ WHITE WALLS 24-MONTH GUARANTEE BIG EDGE Sllvertown 21 95 6.70 X IS »nd 7,SO x 14 black tubelass SLIGHTLY HIGHER/ See these specials this week at any of these B.F.Goodrich dealers; The San Francisco Giants attracted 53,880 fans for a 'double header against the Mets in.New York. Five days later they drew 50,407 fans in Los Angeles. The Direct Line SPECIAL STAGE—A special stage will he used for the presentation of "Ottyi ami Dolls," the Broadway musical comedy* Monday and Tuesday, July 21 and 30, at the Knox County Fair. A cover, 25 feet In diameter covets the stage, which also is equipped with special lighting and sound features, HMUNNUAl Cash Awards Posted for Quarter Horse and Ponies Quarter horses and ponies will have their day at the 1963 Knox County Fair, Friday, Aug. 2, with horses and ponies competing in running races and horses in contests, for which a total of $731 in cash awards are offered. This program of races will start at 1 p. m. Seven classes are listed in the running races and include the ^4-mile quarter horse race for 187 .50 in prizes; the children's pony race, Venule, for $40.50, with, the ponies 48 to 54 inches; children's pony race, Va mile, children under 14 years and ponies under 48 inches, with $40.50 prize money; a 3/8-mile quarter horse race, for which the first place winner in the opening class will not be eligible, awards totaling $87.50; a Venule quarter horse race, with horses entering this race not being eligible to compete in the first class, cash prizes total $150; a ladies' quarter horse race, 3/8-mile, with prizes totaling $65, and a farmers' %-mile quarter horse race, in which entries in the three previous quarter horse races will not be eligible, with $65 in prizes. • Three classes have been scheduled in the quarter horse contest, each carrying $65 total prize money. The events are flag race, cloverleaf race, and handy horse kegs. To Want Ad Headquarters Please Read Your Ad Advertisers should read their ad the FIRST DAY IT APPEARS AND REPORT ERRORS in time for correction for the next insertion. The REGISTER-MAIL Is responsible for only the first incorrect insertion of an ad. Phone us if it is wrong. The WANT AD number — 342-5161. Plan Display Of Products Fairgoers at the 105th annual Knox County Fair, July 29-Aug. 3 at the fairgrounds in Knoxville, will have an opportunity to view products made by and services offered by various firms and businesses in the county in a tour of the Merchants tent on the midway. Several local and local area firms and business establish ments have acquired space in this tent to display their products Legionnaires To Operate Parking Lot Operation of the parking lot at the fairgrounds in Knoxville by Knoxville American Legion Post 749 consists of more than directing motorists as they enter and leave the parking lot. Legion personnel provide surveillance "of the vehicles while they are parked, and will render assistance in case any motorists experience car trouble while on the lot. This assistance may be obtained, fair officials said, by contacting the parking lot office. Also, free towing service will be available if cars experience difficulty due to soft ground, in the event of rain. Education, Engineering, and Enforcement have long been the basic elements of safety improvement. On the farm as elsewhere, safety education and enforcement of safety rules are the most difficult to achieve. or to provide information on services which they have available. Everest ft Jannlitfi WHIEL CHAIRS M* * tO Indies UNTAU*tAUI*mMI Go West WEST DRUG CO.. INC 324 E. Main St All MfjitharttJh* Ortotty RtdiMMl for Quick CkararKf). Men's Summ-jr Suits ALL BRANDS INCLUDID Regular to $110.00 Men's Summer Pants Regular to $24.95 »7 *10 J 12 J 14 >19 MEN'S Banlon Shirts Regular to $ji88 $8.95 *t MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts i Regular to $«)88 $8.95 3 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE ort Shirts Regular to $4)44 $3.95 Jm. MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS Regular to $45.00 $14 $24 *34 OFF •Indicates credit terms available , , . choice of 30-day or budget. U/ *%S8Sr& c ° G«le*burg * QUINT'S TIRE SERVICE^42 E. Main—343-1141 HfcUwrei* Texaco Service Kn9yviUe f 111. Lester Shell Service Monmouth. 111. Pu4r Anderson Sinclair .Service * rwrto Ph. 3«-Ml6 Henderson Cities Service Aledo, 111. Kelly Oil Co. Harry Swanson Conoco Service Alton*, 111. Prairie * Waters Ph. 342-9012 Kirkwood Oil fc Gas Co. Kirkwood, 111. •te#el * Wijht Chev. Lovlll Motor Sale* Abingdon. 111. Heath Motor Sales Bushnell, III. Avon Oil Co. Avon. 111. Hollls Texaco Service Monmouth. Ili Jim Ramsey's Marathon 1042 N. Henderson—343-5512 Chuck Berry's Marathon Grand it Brooks—343-8304 S It S Motor Sales jjlMHr-r B.F. Goodrich MEN'S and BOYS' Swim Trunks AND Walk Shorts 20% off LADIES' SUMMER Sportswear 20 - 60% OFF OPEN MONDAY and FRIDAY 'Till 9 P.M. o/miP€<MeM Downtown Galasgurg

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