Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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)6 Golttbura RiQiiterMdil, Gqltaburo, 1(1, Wed., July 24, 1963 Set for Warren MONMOUTH — Warren County 4 -H'ers will be ex hibiting and showing 4 -H projects such as food, cloth ing, room improvement and others achieved during the current year, at the 4 -H Achievement Day to be held Thursday at the Kirkwood' Grade School Schedule: 8 a.m. — Foods demonstrations and flower arrangements will be set up in the gym. 8:30 a.m. — Clothing judging to be done in 4-H club groups with members wearing the garments to be judged. The following groups will be in assigned rooms as follows Group I — Room A: 8:30 a.m.— Kirkwood Klippers; 9:10 a.m. Dec's; 10:15 a.m. — Greenbush Baste and Taste. Group II — Room B: 8:30 a.m. —K.B.'s; 9:10 a.m.—Top Notch- ers; 9:55 a.m.—ft. Pleasant; 10:35 a .m.—Snip and Stir. Group HI — Room C: 8:30 a.m. —Smithshire Stitch and Stir; 9:10 a.m.—Clover Leaves; 9:50 a.m. —Berwick Lassies; 10:15 a.m.— Cameron Make and Bake; 10:30 a.m. — Wonder Workers; 10:40 a.m.; Merry Cookers; 10:45 a.m. —Busy Beavers. All other exhibits — room im- .provement, party planning and handicraft — must also be in place by 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be sold at noon by the Kirkwood Klippers. Revue in Afternoon At 1 p.m. a dress revue. will be held in the gym with all members having completed clothing projects participating. State delegates and alternates in the dress revue, demonstration (food), clothing exhibits, dress revue pins and ten top first-year skirts will be selected. Kirkwood is also holding a Homecoming at this time, and details-are given on page 19 in this' issue of the Galesburg Register-Mail. Drunk Driving Charges Filed MONMOUTH-Paul G. Karoules, 48, of East Moline is being held in the Warren County }ail in lieu of $1,000 bond. A charge of driving while intoxicated was filed by State Trooper Kenneth Hartz in the court of David HalJam, justice of the peace, at 6 o'clock Monday evening. Hartz arrested Karoules south of Monmouth on U.S. 67 after observing his erratic driving. Ag Extension Council Names Year Staff MONMOUTH - The Warren County Agricultural Extension Council at its July meeting elected officers, according to Stanley [.Sims, Warren County farm ad viser. Officers elected were Armound Olson, president; Don Adklsson, vice president; Russel Stewart, secretary and Ernest Robinson, treasurer. The council works closely with rural and urban people to develop and carry out a program in co operation with the University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service. In doing this, the coun cil works with the farm adviser, Sims says that other business included interviews with candi dates for the position of assistant farm adviser. Fred Holhubner, assistant state leader from the Cooperative Extension Service of the University of Illinois, assisted in the interview. Dwight Rob inson of Kansas, Illinois, was employed as assistant farm adviser in Warren County. New Council Members President Olson welcomed the new council members, Keith Hea ton of Smithshire, Ned S. Brown of near Galesburg, W. Ernest Robinson of Cameron, and Lawrence E. Thompson of near Monmouth. Sims said' these appointments to the Extension Council are made by Dean Howard of the College of Agriculture, University of Illinois. Other members of the council formerly appointed by Howard are: Harold Poling, Cecil Shimmin, Harry Brake, Marvin Carson, D. C. Walters, Lew Miller and William Gossett. Illinois Youth New President Boys Nation COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP)The newly-elected president of the 18th annual American Legion Boys Nation is Richard J. Stratton of Leland, 111. Stratton, 17, was elected Tuesday night as a candidate for the Federalist Party. He defeated Joseph Randall Jacobs, Leawood, Kan., the Nationalist Party candidate. Stratton is a student at Leland Community High School and is president of next year's senior class. One hundred delegates representing 48 states, the Canal Zone and the District of Columbia are attending the program. Issue Notice on Mineral Usage MONMOUTH — Farmers who have been issued an approval on the limestone and rock phosphate practice for 1963 are being reminded that Wednesday, July 31, is the final date for applying materials to the fields. All weight tickets must be reported and turned into the ASCS Office East Broadway, Monmouth by Aug. 15. 4'H, Junior. Show Opens At Macomb MACOMB — The annual McDonough 4-H and Junior Show opened today at the 4-H Center, on U.S. 136, west of Macomb. Today's program included judging of foods and home improvement exhibits at 8 a.m.; beef, poultry, rabbits, garden, handicraft, and electricity judging at 9 a.m., with the public speaking contest and Share-the-Fun finals to be held this evening, starting at 8 o'clock. Judging of sheep and clothing will get under way Thursday at 8:30 am., followed by judging of horses and ponies at 1 p.m., and dairy judging at 2 p.m. A dress revue will be presented at 8 p.m. Closing out the three-day show will be swine judging Friday at 8:30 a.m., and home economic demonstrations at 10 a.m. Achievement work by approximately. 700 McDonough County boys and girls was listed to be demonstrated during this year's show. Membership in the 4-H agricultural clubs in the county was reported as 321, an increase of 27 over last year's 294 and 47 more than the enrollment count of 274 in, 1961. The membership is divided 213 boys and 108 girls. Members of 4-H clubs are as sociated with 20 home economics clubs, listing a total membership of 387 girls, approximately half of whom reside in rural areas and half of the total are residents of urban communities. MONMOUTH ill n H it. bvirwraonwni FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6i30 MARRIAGE LICENSE MONMOUTH —A marriage license was issued Tuesday to Lovell Lloyd Green of Little York and Mary Jane Nagel of Monmouth. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Set Traffic Case Hearings MONMOUTH — Miss Julia M. Bertelsen, 18, of 114 N. Fifth St was ticketed for wrong lane usage at 11:30 Tuesday night, after the car she was driving swerved across the street and struck a utility pole in the 200 block of South Sixth Street. Miss Bertel sen will have a hearing in police magistrate court later today. Lawence D. Young, 39, of 802 S. Fourth St. was arrested for peeding on South Main Street at 12:45 this morning. His hearing is scheduled for July 31. Richard W. Gaskill, 17, of 729 N. F St. was ticketed for failure to yield right-of-way to an emergency vehicle at 1 o'clock this morning. He will have a hearing in police magistrate court at 3:30 this afternoon. TINKHAM REUNION MONMOUTH — The 44th annual Tinkham reunion will be held Sunday, July 28, at the Ger,law Community Hall. At 5 p.m. those wishing to do so may go on a pilgrimage to Gerlaw Cemetery to the grave of Anna Grey Tinkham. A potluck supper will be served at 6 o'clock in the Community Hall. Program Is Prepared for Band Concert Thursday MONMOUTH — The municipal band, directed by Lester S. Mun- neke, is to play a concert Thursday evening at North Park, across the street from Monmouth Hospital. The concert, which will start at 7:30 p.m., is being given SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO Sellout Priced COTTON PRINTS REG. 59c 38 c YD, mm Wonderful drip- dry cottons. Big selections too! SAVE 21c ON EVERY YARD. 39 inches wide. CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge in connection with an ice cream social served by the Hospital Auxiliary. Dick Greer, C. P. Patterson, Larry Swansnn and Max Crockett will share the directing duties with Munnckc and the following program is scheduled for this week's concert: Field Of Color March, Bowles; The Huntress March, Karl King; Mexican Overture, Isaac; Carihe- guine. Schaefer, (Directed by Max Crockett). Also, The Syncopated Clock, Leroy Anderson; The Traveller Overture, Buchtel; Officer Of The Day March, R. B. Hall. (Conducted by Dick Greer). Song Of Love Waltz, Romberg; Lohengrin Excerpts, Wagner; Patriotic Fantasy, Cohan. (Conducted by C. P. Patterson). Also, Twelfth Street Rag, Bowman; Sukiyaki pop tune, Nakamura; Conducted by Larry Swanson. Gypsy Love Song, Victor Herbert: Men Of Ohio March, Fillmore, and The Booster March, Klein. *« Satisfaction gaaraateed Sales Slip FLINT, Mich. CAP* - A man trying to sell six packages of cigarettes at a reduced price picked the wrong prospective customer — an oii-duty sheriff's deputy. As a result, the "salesman" was held on suspicion of burglary and of being a fugitive. Deputy Willie Reid said the man offered him cigarettes from two cardboard boxes tilled with cigarettes, candy bars and gum, all hidden under a blanket in a car. Police Job in Hit-Run Cases Is Outlined MONMOUTH — Despite the heat, a good-sized group of police officers from the area was "present .in the Memorial Room of the Warren County Courthouse to hear Edward C. McCue, FBI special agent'from Quincy, talk on "Hit - and * Run Investigations," Tuesday night. The zone training school had representatives from Aledo, Macomb, Abingdon, Roseville and Alexis, along with members of the Monmouth Police Department and deputy sheriffs from Warren and Knox-counties. Next session will be this evening at 7 o'clock, when Agent McCue will talk on "Courtroom Demeanor and Testimony." READ THE WANT ADS! Rider Dies When Motorcycle Hits Truck, Wife Hurt RED LODGE, Mont. (AP)«-Wit- liam Taylor, 28, Rockford, 111., died Tuesday after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a truck. His wife, Shirley Helen, 27, who was also on the motorcycle, suffered a broken leg, possible broken shoulder and internal injuries. A highway patrolman said she was probably saved by the crash helmet she was wearing. Taylor was bareheaded. The couple was riding to Yellowstone National Park. Bees Invade Pub CHELTENHAM, England (UPI) —Bartender George Pugh stood bravely at his post Tuesday when a swarm of more than 3,000 bees invaded his pub and sent all the customers running for cover. Assistant Farm Adviser Post MONMOUTH —Dwight RMMRMMI is the n«w assistant torn* at!- visef in Warren County. Recently employed by the Waff en ttounty Extension Council in cooperation with the University of Illinois, Robinson began his duties July 22. Born and reared at Kansas, Illinois, in Edgar County on a 360- aefe grain and livestock fatfrt, he was in 441 club work for nine years and was Edgar County 44! Federation president his last year in club work. Robinson attended Jhe University of Illinois and graduated with a bachelor of science degree in agriculture earlier this month. While in college, Robinson was very active in the Agricultural Economics Club and the Field and Furrow Club. Admitted Monday — Willard Gustafson, Mrs. Fannie Kerr, Monmouth. Dismissed Monday—Mrs. Larry Enderlin and baby* 'Monmouth. Born Tuesday — Girl to Mr. and Mrs. William Stotler, Monmouth. Admitted Tuesday — Master Loren White Jr., Monmouth. Dismissed Tuesday-— Mrs. Pat McGee, Monmouth. >, Crippled Plane With 76 Aboard Lands Safely , CHICAtiO (AP)-An American Airlines jet plane with 76 persons aboard landed safely at O'Hare international Airport Tuesday night with two blown tir^s. Capt. Harry J. Brickner landed the Convair 900 as nine emergency vehicles, waited by the runway) . , The plane left Chicago at 7:10 p.m. bound for San Francisco. The pilot was informed by the control tower that shreds of rubber found on the runway indicated two of his eight tires had burst. ' He was over Dubuque, Iowa, at the time. After jettisoning most of the plane's Ml over Lake Michigan, Capt. Brickner landed safely at 9:42 p.m. The 68 passengers and crew of eight were transferred to another plane. ' Hold Roundup AsDogiesFlee Upset Truck MONMOUTH - Cattle weft rounded up cowboy fashion Tuesday morning after a tattle truck overturned, t According to a report from the office of State Police at Macomb, the accident occurred when Kenneth Moore, 34, Monmouth trucker, who was headed north 2^4 miles north of Monmouth on U.S. 67, attempted to make a right turn and his brakes failed. A farmer on horseback herded the cattle which escaped from the truck to a nearby farm. There were no injuries end only minor damage to the truck. Moore was ticketed for having defective equipment on his truck. State troopers are still investigating a minor accident that occurred at 5:55 Tuesday evening VA miles east of Smithshire. Dale Weiss, 16, of Troy, was traveling east on a gravel road and struck the left side of an auto driven by 45-year-old Julius Dawes of Urbana. There were no injuries and only minor damage to the cars. 4$> Grants own qualify brands for the whole family. 3 terrific sale days... 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