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ATTRACTIVE POSE—This Hereford steer self-consciously poses for the photographer at the Fulton County Fair. The steer, ex- hibltcd by Peggy Truax of Flatt, won 1st place in the 4-11 and junior open steer show, Hereford division. "Chacoot" weighed 930 pounds. Miss Truax, 18, is a member of the Big Ten 4-H Club and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Truax. BEST BOSSY—Jim Pool of near Roscville displays his grand champion dairy cow. Holstein was given the rosette at the Fulton County Fair Friday, in the Junior Open Show and was reserve champion female in the FFA Show Tuesday. Pool, 15, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pool. He belongs to the Avon FFA Chapter. (Galesburg Register-Mail photos by Phil Turncy.) Livestock Champions Selected At Annual Fulton County Fair LEWISTOWN — Avon youngsters easily captured the beef trophies at the Fultor^ County Fair. Rodney Chatterton's me- diumweight Angus was named grand champion steer over all breeds, while a Hereford displayed by Bo Buff Bradley took reserve honors. Miss Bradley's Angus' female won the grand champion and reserve champion honors in the breeding stock judging Friday. i Others from this area .also scored at the 4-H and junior open show. Loren Tessier of London Mills exhibited the grand champion ewe lamb, a Suffolk, while John Pe rardi's Hampshire took reserve honors. Perardi, of Farmington, also had the grand champion ram lamb, with reserve ribbon going to Steven Overcash of London Mills for his Corriedale. Shews Top Lamb Kay Haynes of St. Augustine displayed the first place fat lamb. As for dairy cattle, Jim Pool, also of Avon, captured top honors in the junior show with his grand champion Holstein. London Mills broke into the scoring column again when Jim Williamson's Poland China was named grand champion single barrow. Reserve choice was given to the entry by Lionel Martin of Elmwood. Champions Listed Following are the exhibitors of champion, grand champion and reserve grand champions in the beef and dairy cattle, swine and sheep departments: Beef cattle — Grand champion steer, Chatterlon. Reserve, B. Bradley. Champion Hereford, B. Bradley. Shorthorn, Pat Rowley, Canton. Angus, Chatterton. Grand champion reserve, female breeding stock and champion Angus female, B. Bradley. Hereford fe- Williams field 4-H Club Tours Hotel WILLIAMSFIELD — The LeClaire Hotel in Galva was the first attraction of the afternoon tour for the Williamsfield Sugar 'n' Spice Club. There they were taken through the kitchen, dining room, hotel guest rooms and the lounge. While in Galva, the girls went to the park for their meet ing, where talks on safety were given by Christine Reed, Caro Machin and Linda Harpman June Gale and Ruby Spencer spoke on dental health, and Con nie Way demonstrated how to put film in a camera. Then to Kewanee to visit the sewing and clothing departments of the J. C. Penney store. In ready-to-wear, the visitors were show new fall fashions for mak ing them up. The Kewanee Park was setting for the refreshments served by Janet Quick, June Gain and Linda Murdock. Others attending were Kathy Hulin, Nina Sue Spencer, Cindy, Sandra and Cheryl Stodgel, Shirley Stevens, Harriet Coe, Sue and Ann Josephson, Cynthia, Becky and Laura Gomes, leader, Mrs. Dick Peterson, Mrs. Mary Harpman, Mrs. Howard Coe, Mrs. Lester Hulin and Tony, Mrs. Russell Josephson, Mrs. Virgil Kneer and Mrs. Roland Spencer GUYS & DOLLS Broadway's Musical Show Monday & Tuesday, July 29 & 30 KNOX COUNTY FAIR A FEW RESERVED SEAT TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FAIRGROUND TICKET OFFICE OPEN 1 to 5 P.M. SUNDAY, JULY 28th ADVANCED RESERVED SEAT TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR ALL EVENING PERFORMANCES DURING THE WEEK WEDNESDAY - TRACTOR PULL THURSDAY ft FRIDAY - AUTO RACES SATURDAY - AUTO THRILL SHOW male, Albert Hartstirn, Fairview. Shorthorn female, Marcia Stephens, Astoria. Dairy catlle — Grand champion in junior show and champion Holstein, Pool. Reserve, and champion Brown Swiss and Ayrshire, Sandy Johnson, Lewistown. Grand champion in 4-H, S. Johnson. Miscellaneous, Elaine Barker, Table Grove. Guernsey, Alan Smith, Marietta. Sheep — Grand champion ewe, Tessier. Reserve, Perardi. G. C. ram, Perardi. Reserve, Overcash. Champion Shropshire ram and ewe, Ronnie Cook, Canton. Hampshire ram and ewe, Perardi. Suffolk eWe, Tessier; ram, Melinda Hartstirn, Fairview. Corriedale ram and ewe, Overcash. Cheviot ram and ewe, Curtis Strode, Marietta. Miscellaneous ram and ewe, Ron Perisho, Hana City. Swine — Grand champion single barrow, Williamson; reserve, Mar tin. Grand champion 2 -barrows, Eldon McKinley, Macomb; re serve, Keith Abbadusky, Ellisville. Grand champion sow, David Jacobus, Lewistown; reserve, Jim Nelson, Elmwood. G. C. gilt, Jacobus; reserve, George Bolender, Lewistown. Champion Duroc sow, Jacobus. Hampshire sow, McKinley. Chester White sow, John Barker, Table Grove. Poland China sow, Nelson. Miscellaneous, Bolender. Sparta 4-H Achievement Day Held WATAGA — Sparta Sparklers 4 -H achievement program was held Thursday evening at the Wataga Town Hall. Sparta Homemakers Extension Unit and 4 -H parents and friends attended the affair. A dairy foods demonstration was presented by Mrs. Darrel Steck. The Unit was invited to attend a potluck luncheon July 30 at 12:30 p.m. at Lincoln Park to honor Mrs. Caryl Showker, home adviser, who is resigning. Those who plan to attend were asked to notify Mrs. J. G. Sutor. Mrs. Sutor announced the Unit will be, in charge of decorations for annual day in October. The 4 -H club presented a style revue with Mrs. Floyd Nelson as commentator. The following girls modeled: Patty Bulson, Janet Smith, Mary Edwards, Cindy Nelson, Linda Edwards, Mary Radenbaugh, Mary Bulson and Margie Williams. There also was a display of baked goods made by the following 4 -H girls: Mary Radenbaugh, Mary Edwards, Leslie and Julie Harding, Cindy Nelson, Janet Smith, Delores Lindberg and Gay- ene Hoots. Members not present but displaying sewing projects were Tina Evans and Gail Williamson. Proper Sewing Tools" was the title of a demonstration by Patty Bulson. The mother of 4 -H Club members were introduced and then refreshments were served by Mrs. Idith Williamson, 4 -H leader, and Mrs. Nelson, assistant leader. Needs $10,000 Loan NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPP-The following notice appeared in the classified section of the Nashville 'ennessean and the Nashville Banner Friday: $10,000—penniless, hairbrained, spendthrift wishes to borrow $10> 000 without collateral for ridicu- ous scheme. Write Box 1962 Banner-Tennessean." Maquon Library Schedules Story Hour MAQUON—The Maquon Township Library Board met Tuesday at the Library. Mrs. Laurel Knox, president, announced that beginning July 30 a story hour will be held each Tuesday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the library. Susan Donaldson will be in charge. Mrs. Ethel Davis, librarian, re ported a total of 338 books in circulation during the month of June. She also reported the library has a large selection of books from the state library, for children of pre-school age through junior high. Among the new books are: Bride of Pendoric, Victoria Holt; Joy in the Morning, Betty Smith; The Far Side of Home, Maggie Davis; The Shoes of the Fisherman, Morris L. West, and Man from Mount Vernon, Burke Boyce. To Emphasize Beauty SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) Officials of the Maid of Cotton beauty contest to be held Aug. 28-Sept. 9 say they are getting tired of those beauty contests which place so much emphasis on talent and brainy answers. In their contest, the girls will be rated 10 per cent on poise and grace, 10 per cent on personality, and 80 per cent on beauty of face | and figure. PICK BARROW CHAMP—Grand champion barrow at the Fulton County Fair was Jerry Williamson's Poland China. The 210- pound animal won the barrow events in both the 4-H and Junior Open shows. Williamson, 17, belongs to the Young Hickory Nutcrackers 4-11 Club. The Valley High School senior is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williamson of near London Mills. Worker Hurt In Roof Fall At Biggsville BIGGSVILLE — Oscar Ravenscraft, a carpenter, was assisting in reroofing the Harold Oaks residence when the chimney suddenly gave way knocking Ravenscraft from the roof. He fractured his ankle and was considerably bruised and cut on the body. He was taken to the Burlington Hospital. Mrs. Robert Berresford, a patient at the Mercy Hospital, was removed Thursday to the Burlington Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Marion Allaman, a patient at Iowa City Hospital, remains about the same. Mrs. W. T. Salyers is a patient in the Monmouth Hospital, where she is receiving treatment. Villa Park Couple Visit At Altona ALTONA—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doswell Jr. of Villa Park have been visiting Mrs. Dos well's sis ters, Mrs. Dwight Nelson and Mrs. Irving Lundeen, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuhn and Donna of Peoria were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Dwight Nelson. Anita and Patty Olson are vis iting this week with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bennett at LaHarpe. Ronnie Nelson of Kirkwood is visiting a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Nelson. Two Teachers Resign at Dallas City DALLAS CITY — Resignations of two teachers were accepted by the Board of Education of Dallas Community Unit School District 336, at the July meeting at the office of Supt. Kenneth Sallee. Mrs. Elizabeth Hobson, Dallas City kindergarten teacher, will not teach this fall, and Jerome Custer, who has been in the Lomax grade school, has accepted a position as grade school principal at Gladstone. The board has decided to have only one section of kindergarten starting this fall. Plans are to have a helper for the teacher of the class of about 30 at Dallas City. ANGUS ENTRY—Wild Child, shown by Donald Voorhccs, won first place in the Angus lightweight division, hut failed to go all the way, at the Fulton judging. It weighed in at 830 pounds. Voor­ hccs is 15 and a member of the Fairview Huskies 4-H Club. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Voorhccs of near Fairview. Qalesburg Kegfeter-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 13 Weill's Champs NEW YORK (UPI) — Al Weill, former boxing manager and matchmaker, had champions in four weight divisions. The title' holders managed by Weill included heavyweight Rocky Marciano, 'eatherweight Joey Archibald, ightweight Lou Ambers and wel terweight Marty Servo. Wyoming Lads Exhibit Top Steers in Stark County WYOMING—Selection as grand champion of all breeds was owned by Dave Down of Wyoming, and reserve grand champion went to Dwayne Dietz of Wyoming. In the Angus division, senior heifer, Vic Finck, first, and Ken Knobloch, second, both of Wyoming; summer yearlings, Bill Smith of Toulon, first; James Finck of Wyoming, second, and Dean Knobloch of Wyoming, third; top cow, Jananne Finck of Wyoming, first, James Finck second,, and Ken Knobloch third. In the Hereford division, summer yearling heifer winners were Dick Hart of Toulon, first, and Bob Groter of Wyoming, second; junior yearling heifer, David Nissen of Toulon. In the Shorthorn division, summer yearling heifer winner was Dave Down; junior yearling, Diane Down of Wyoming, first, and Randy Mock of Toulon, second. Top places in the cow class went io Ron Peterson of Princeville, first, Randy Mock second, and Ross Streitmatter of Wyoming, third. Others Selected Winners in the light Shorthorn class were Dave Down, Mike Menold of Princeville and Dorothy Streitmatter of Wyoming, respectively. Heavyweight Shorthorn places went to Cindy Cox of Wyoming, first, Terry Cox of Wyoming, second, and Fred Endress of Speer, third. Top winner in the light Angus steer class was Diane Cox of Wyoming, followed by Dave Newman of Toulon and Dave Knobloch of Wyoming. She also took top place in the heavyweight Angus, followed by James Finck and Jananne Finck. Ron Peterson of Princeville won first in the lightweight Hereford, Dave Nissen of Toulon, second, and Randy Mock, third. Dwayne Deitz of Wyoming won first and second in the heavyweight Hereford class, and Jim Morrissey of Wyoming took third. Class Plans Reunion Final plans are being made for the reunion of the Dallas City high school classes of 1895 to 1925 to be held Sunday Aug. 4 at the grade school gym. Mrs. Fern Rupert of Lomax is chairman of this year's reunion, with Mrs. Kathryne Dunham of Dallas City, co-chairman. Dinner will be served at 12 o'clock by Mrs. Leona DeFrates, manager of the school hot lunch. A program will be given with Attorney Roy Hull of Peoria, guest speaker. Takes Job In East Casey Tucker, who is attending Colorado State at Greeley, has accepted a position as assistant professor in the State University of New York at Oswego, N.Y., and will assume duties there this fall. He is the son of Mrs. Charles Cummins of Dallas City. Dallas City Briefs Mrs. Peter MacArthur of Palm Beach, Fla„ left for Chicago to visit in the home of her brother, Roy Hupfer. She had been visiting for several weeks in Dallas City with relatives. Jeff Luder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Luder, has returned home from Rock Island, where he attended a 6-week course at the Speech and Hearing Center at Augustana college. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fogeland have returned home from their vacation trip to Glacier Park and the Canadian Rockies. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Kurrle have returned home from a vacation trip into Canada. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Greenbank of ElDorado, Kan., Mrs. Ralph Leu of Harper, Kan., and Mrs. Seth Osborn of Dodge City, Kan., were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Allen. Traficant on Waivers WEST LIBERTY, W. Va. (UPI) • Defensive halfback Willie Daniels of the Pittsburgh Steelers is expected to be out of the action or six weeks after undergoing surgery for a torn knee cartilage. Quarterback Jim Traficant of Pitt has been placed on waivers as the Steelers closed out their first week of practice Friday. Girls Group At Kirkwood Hosts Guests KIRKWOOD — Miss Cheryl Pape, grand historian of the Illinois Assembly, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, was honored at a reception given by members of Kirkwood assembly Tuesday in the Masonic Temple. Guests were present from Moline, Monmouth and Galesburg. Miss Laurie Walters, worthy adviser, introduced the following special guests: Miss Helen Doyle Palmer, grand worthy adviser; Mrs. Letha Palmer and Mrs. Virginia Pape, grand deputies; Miss Donna Geiker, grand chaplain; Miss Sue Johnson, grand editor; Mrs. Claudine Keefer, member of the executive committee; Miss Donna Schweitzer, grand representative to Arizona. Miss Susan Carlson, worthy matron of Monmouth assembly and Miss Candy Jacobson, worthy adviser of Galesburg assembly; Kay Clayton, past worthy adviser of Monmouth assembly, and Miss Caroline Jenks, past worthy ad viser of Kirkwood assembly; Mrs Zelma Geiker, mother adviser of Moline assembly and Mrs. Marjorie Shaumleffel, mother adviser of Monmouth assembly; Mrs Eloise Smith, worthy matron of Mary Lincoln chapter and John Heslop, worshipful master of A. Lincoln Masonic Lodge. Miss Karen Johnson presented Cheryl a wishing well, then escorted her to stations. Miss Walters presented Miss Caroline Jenks a gift from the assembly and Caroline invited all members to attend her wedding Aug. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Westminster church. Miss Nancy Hoben told of making a window display for the Little York fair. Miss Karen Johnson and Miss Joyce Simonson presided at the tea table, which was decorated with an arrangement of yellow and white daisies and yellow candles. Guests were seated at tables decorated with china cardinals and violets, carrying out the "Illinois" theme and place cards decorated with "praying hands" to symbolize the theme of the grand worthy adviser, "With God's Hand in Mine." Nancy Hoben, Alice Young, Susan Giddings and Laurie Walters were in charge of the arrangements for the evening. New Home At Maquon Is Occupied MAQUON — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Melton and family have finished moving into their new home. The Meltons built a three bedroom ranch-style house at the south edge of his farm known as the Hartsook Valley View farm, this summer. Billie Logue of Wenona spent the weekend with his father, William Logue. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grahn of Altona were Sunday visitors at the home of her father, Sam C Burnett. The commission on education met Monday with Russell Bybee, temporary chairman, presiding. Mrs. Emma Mae Bloomer and Miss Lauretta Parli were appointed as new teachers in the children's division. A report of the vacation Bible school in June was given. The cost of the 10-days activities was $67.84, with the total collections $76.34. Promotion and rally day date was set for Sept. 29. Jerry Uetz Named Coach WOODSTOCK, 111. (AP)-Jerry Uetz has been named assistant coach in football and track at Marian Central Catholic High School. Uetz, 24, also will head the physical education department of the school. Uetz succeeds Angelo Daberio who recently went to coach at Carmel High School in Mundelein, 111. Moneymaker NEW YORK (UPI) — Braulio Baeza was the leading stakes winning jockey in New York during the 1962 season with 13 stakes victories for total earnings of $361,615. Everywhere you look there's a WHITE ROOF WHITE'S INSULATION 342-0185 See Us About DEPENDABLE, LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE with prompt, local service LEO A. CRONIN INSURANCE "Honestly It's the Best Policy" 418 Bond! Bldg. Dial 342-6413 PUBLIC NOTICE All 1962 personal taxes payable in 1963 that are unpaid as of August 1, 1963 will be published after August 1, 1963 accord* ing to law, (Chapter 120-692 Revenue Act) Quote There is imposed on each delinquent taxpayer named in any list published pursuant to this Section, a charge of $1.00, to be collected in the same manner as the tax collected, as reimbursement to the collector for the cost of preparing the published list. As amended by act approved July 15, 1959. CARL T. GOETHE Knox County Collector

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