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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

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REARS UP-StHI Pulling-Kimber Wilson of SmithfieM in Fulton County operates tractor in Class A competition in tractor pulling event Wednesday night at the Knox County Fair. View shows tractor as it reared up and continued to pull combination of heavy objects. Wilson managed to pull 167 feet and 11 inches with his tractor in the contest. DRIVES OLDTIMER IN EVENT—Jack Smith of Berwick operates 1923 model tractor, whose serial number is 89—one of the first 100 built by Farmall. It has the original motor and wheels were changed to mount rubber tires. Otherwise, the machine is all original and was purchased by Smith five years ago from a 78-year-old Knox County farmer, who originally acquired, the model years ago. It is used every day in Smith's farm work. Smith entered model in tractor puling contest at Knox County Fair. (Galesburg Register-Mail photos by Dale Humphrey.) Knox County Farmers Show Swine Breed Champs at Fair By LEO SULLIVAN Two Knox County exhibitors had champions of breeds in the swine judging at the 105th annual Knox County Fair. 'Roy Hagerty of Knoxville was a dual championship winner, topping the entries in both the Hampshire and Berkshire breeds, while Harloy Allen of Abingdon showed the champion Chester White. In his Hampshire entries, Hagerty „also had,, the senior and reserve senior champion sow. Joseph Pecharich and Son of Galesburg exhibited the senior champion and grand champion boar. Other top winners in this breed included Peter Cahill of Brimfield, reserve senior champion boar; Kenneth Urban of Hoop- Compliment to Your Love contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS p. Choice of 14K Whit* or Ytllow Gold 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, 111. EASY TERMS STUNNING SOIJTAKE $99.00 I JEWELERS pole, junior champion boar, reserve grand champion boar, junior champion gilt and reserve grand champion of the breed; Claire Pottorf of Rio, reserve junior champion boar and reserve junior champion gilt. Adds To Winnings The Knoxville exhibitor, with his Berkshire entries, also had the reserve grand champion, the reserve senior champion boar, reserve grand champion boar, senior champion sow, junior champion and reserve junior champion gilt. Other top winners in this breed were Edwin Sestedt of Hanna City, senior champion boar, and grand champion boar; Ralph Bartlett of Muscatine, junior champion boar and reserve senior champion sow; Dusty Hagerty of Knoxville, reserve junior champion boar. Allen also had the reserve champion Chester White, the senior champion and reserve senior champion boar, the grand champion boar, the senior and reserve senior champion sow. Other win- Eager Beaver • . • Sp als FREE! Friday - Saturday - Sunday August 2-3-4 FREE! FREE! (YOUR CHOICE) 6 Pak of 7-Up or repsi-Cola Mufflers Shock Absorbers • Complete Lubrication • Wheel Bearing Pack With purchase of 8 gallons or more gasoline. * W^^^^^^w* •F*^^^^V^V»» W mnl^^^Q^*** V*^^^^^*^'* a'V^W^^ SO FREE GOLD BOMD STAMFS B At rx ^v 8" Spurgeon Cities Service ' 8158 WITH PURCHASE OF $1.00 or more Name Address Coupon Expires Aug. 11, 1963 Spurgeon Cities Service HENDERSON and DAYTON (Next to Northgate lane*) Fan. Ag«Ky Opens Signup For Program A new signup period for farm* ers desiring to carry approval soil conservation practices under the Agricultural Conservation program opened today at county Agricultural and Stabilization Conservation Service offices. The signup is permitted for limestone and rock phosphate to be used during the last five months of the year. All materf- als must be applied according to soil test and must be used in connection with soil improving grasses and legumes, according to the ASCS announcement. After Aug. 15, requests for practices can be accepted only if funds therefore are available at that time. Soil tests should be submitted when signing for the program. Guests From East Honored At Alexis ALEXIS—A family picnic supper was held Sunday on the lawn at the home of Mrs. Lena Sharer in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dale Sharer of Chelmsford, Mass., who are visiting here. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sharer, Sandra and Diane of East Moline, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee and children of Rantoul, Mrs. Mildred Lee, Mr. asd Mrs. Emmet Cutler, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hickey and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hasley and sons, of Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. George Baumgarner and children and Mrs. Tom Lockhart and daughters of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Medhurst and family of Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Streets and children of Seaton. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sharer and children, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Sharer and children, Mrs. Jerry McCrery and Kar- mell, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sperry and children, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Elder and children, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Elder, all of Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dale Sharer left Wednesday for their home. Former Job NEW YORK (UPI) - Ford Frick, currently the baseball commissioner, served as president of the National League for 18 years from 1934-1951. Henderson Countyans Support Blood Program in New Setup By TOM EICHHOftN OQUAWKA — A total of 91 pints of blood was col* lected Wednesday at the Oquawka Social Center under v a new operation of the Knox County Regional Blood Center. This was the first bloodmobile reception for blood donors in Henderson County under the new setup of the regional center headquartered at Galesburg. Henderson County recently was linked with the regional center makeup. Red Cross officials said 100 donors were registered at the Oquawka reception from noon to 5 p.m. The bloodmobile stop was jointly organized by Oquawka and Bald Bluff townships in Henderson County. Set Gladstone Stop The next Henderson County blood donor reception is planned Aug. 22 from 1 to 6 p.m. at the VFW Home in Gladstone, where the bloodmobile manned by volunteer workers Will set up opera- htions. Other future stops include Stronghurst, Sept. 13; Biggsville, Oct. 22; Lomax, Nov. 15 and Raritan, Dec. 3. Next January the bloodmobile will return to Oquawka, going to Terre Haute in February; Gladstone, March; Lomax, April; Stronghurst, May, and Media, June. Yesterday's operation was under the direction of Mrs. Rivers Sullivan of Galesburg, regional director; O. C. Effland, Henderson County Red Cross director, and Mrs. J. P. Stoneking, chairman of the blood program in Henderson County. Township organizers were Mrs. Vincent Carlson of Oquawka for Oquawka Township and Mrs. Torrence Free of Seaton for Bald Bluff Township. Among others actively engaged in yesterday's operation, were Mrs. Harold Lumbeck of Oquawka and Mrs. Dean Anderson of Seaton. Help With Program Nurses helping Wednesday were Mrs. George Olson Jr. and Mrs. Carol Meister of Oquawka. Aides were Mrs. John Zorn, Mrs. Lumbeck, Mrs. Loren Bailey, Mrs. H. D. Wilcox, Mrs. Leman Dennison, Mrs. J. W. Delabar, Mrs. Clyde Bailey, Mrs. I. L. Bradford, Mrs. Clarence Vaughn, Mrs. Richard Decker, Mrs. Wade Meloan, Mrs. Don Henry, Mrs. George Meyers, Miss Selma Hamilton, Mrs. Ver- l.on Barr and Mrs. Carol Reed, all of Oquawka; Mrs. Clara Qalesburg lister-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., THURSDAY, AUG. 1, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 13 43rd PINT IS GIVEN AT OQUAWKA — O. C. Effland (center) of Stronghurst, holds 43rd pint donated Wednesday when the bloodmobile stop* ped in Oquawka. A total of 91 pints was drawn yesterday in the bloodmoblle's first reception to Henderson County. Looking on arc Mrs. J. P. Stoneking of Oquawka, chairman of the blood program in Henderson County, and Dr. Elmer T. Swann of Oquawka, attending physician. Effland is the Henderson County Red Cross chair* man. Ryner, Mrs. Leo Smith, Mrs. Dwight Ricketts, Mrs. Mary Ellen Kauzerlich, Mrs. Rilious Anderson, Mrs. Cheryl Kettering and Mrs. Free, Bald Bluff. Typists were Mrs. Pete Fredrickson, Bald Bluff; Mrs. Arlington Gittings, Miss Ellen Nolan, Mrs. Ear'. Kloster, Mrs. Wendell Slover, Mrs. Kent Devore and Mrs. Hal Devore, Oquawka. Working in the canteen were Mrs. Leslie Ricketts, Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mrs. James Pirtle, Mrs. Durbin Shell, Mrs. John Noble, Mrs. Fred Richmond, Mrs. Frank Shorts, Mrs. Paul Lankey, Mrs. Elmer Tee and Mrs. Richard Anderson, all of Oquawka. Set Alexis Social ALEXIS — The Booster Class of Alexis Evangelical United Brethren Church will hold its annual homemade ice cream social Saturday at 5:30 p.m. on church lawn. Conduct Tour Eight members of Alexis Junior Woman's Club motored to Peoria July 25. They had lunch at Skyline Tea Room at Carson Pirie Scott then toured the store, the Helen Gallagher Gift Shop and Hiram Walker plant. Those making the trip were Mrs. Dewayne Smith, Mrs. Robart O'Brien, Mrs. William Totten, Mrs. David Winkler Jr., Mrs. James Winkler, Mrs. Howard Sperry, Mrs. Donald McKelvie and Mrs. Frank Pur lee. ners in this breed included Hemphill and Harden of Orion, junior and reserve junior champion boar, reserve grand champion boar and junior champion gilt; Roger V. Hultman of Orion, reserve junior champion gilt. Sheep John Huston of Roseville had both trie champion ram and ewe in the Shropshire breed, with Jerry Carter of Milledgeville, matching these awards with his Cheviots, Corriedale championships went to Maynard Forney of Elmwood, ram, and David Youngberg, Andover, ewe. Also collecting two championship awards, ram and ewe, were Jim Forney of Elmwood, Hampshire and Larry Durham of Walnut, Oxford. In the Suffolk breed, John Huston had the rhampion ram, and Kenneth Urban of Hooppole showed the champion ewe. Carolyn and Wayne Johnson of Ohio had the champion Southdown ram and Ronald Coons of Roseville (he champion ewe. Agricultural Number of first, second and third place ratings in the agricultural products department — Rosemary Grohmann, Maquon, 2-0-2; Mrs. Emery Norberg, Woodhull, 7-6-5; Merrill Broadfield, Maquon, 1-0-1; Richard Dredge, DeLong, 0-2-0; Mrs. Herbert Stewart, Smithshire, 0-0-1; Mrs. Cleo Slover, Galva, 2-0-0; Frank Morss, DeLong, 1-0-1; C. Bayard Howard, Knoxville, 1-3-0; Mrs. Howard Vaughn, Rio, 2-0-1; Rose A. Hammerlund, Galesburg, 1-0-0; Allen Link. DeLong, 1-1-0; Floyd Tucker. Galesburg, 3-2-3. Also, Mrs. James Walker, Gilson, 0-1-0; Steven Perry, Galesburg, 1-0-0; Darrell Steck, Wataga, 0-2-1; Mrs. Clyde Huber, Williamsfield, 3-0-0; Shirley Broadfield, Maquon, 0-3-1; Mrs. F. Morss, DeLong, 0-0-2; Mrs-. Eva Morrison, Galesburg, 0-0-1; Darrell McMeen, Knoxville, 1-2-0; Denny Shimel, Galesburg, 1-0-0; Gary Lay, Galesburg, 0-1-0; Mrs. Clarence Walker, Maquon, 1-0-0. Culinary, Etc. Number of first, second and third place ratings—Mrs. Harland Blixt, Henderson, 8 -4 -6; Mrs. Frank Morss, DeLong, 1-3-0; Mrs. Emory Tuttle, Farmlngton, 4 -8-5; Mrs. James Walker, Gilson, 2-0-0; Mrs. Don Viane, Galesburg, 2-3-1; Cora M. Gibbs, Berwick, 28-20-17; Mrs. Cleo Slover, Galva, 2-1 -4; Mrs. Homer Fleisher, ..Knoxville, 1-1-1; Vada Strickland, Knoxville, 0-1-1; Marvel Hoehn, Mason City, 6-7-5; Mrs. Herbert Stewart, Smithshire, 4 -2-6; Mrs. Ralph Hubbard, Henry, 3-1-3; Harriett Weinberg, Galesburg, 0-2-0; Mrs. Clarence Walker, Maquon, 1-1-0; Mamie Shlnn, Abingdon, 0-2-1. Also. Virginia Litchfield, Knoxville, 0-0-1; Harland Blixt Jr., Henderson, 0-1-1; Mrs. Roy Hagerty, Knoxville, 0-0-2; Janet Larson, Knoxville, 1-0-0; Rosemary Grohmann, Maquon, 0-1-0; Glenna Grosclaude, Lewistown, 1-1 -4; Laura B. May, Hanna City, 1-0-1; Mrs. Eva Morrison, Galesburg, JOHNS-MANVILLE INSULATION Call WHITE'S - 342-0185 Your Neighbor Says Why Ride a HONDA? It's your personalized 2-wheel transportation. It's economical to buy and economical to operate. It's easy to park and easy to get around traffic. It's a practical hobby and for every day use. It's fun for the whole family. ATTENTION PARENTS OF STUDENTS Let HONDA solve your transportation problem. BOTRUFF AUTO HONDA SALES and SERVICE 2200 East Main Galesburg 1-1-1;' Merrill Broadfield, Maquon, 1-0-0; Shirley Broadfield, Maquon, 1-2-1; Mrs. Howard Vaughn, Rio, 5-3-1; Mrs. Clyde Huber. Williamsfield, 18-21-13; May Olive Flickinger, Williamsfield, 17-17-18; Mrs. Emery Norberg, Woodhull, 7-10-6, and Mrs. Howard Pruett, Abingdon, 1-0-0. Best decorated cake, four awards, Mrs. Virgil Elliott, Galesburg, first; Mrs. Martin Larson, Aledo, second and third, Pamela Eckman, Galesburg, fourth. (Continued on page 21) 4 Is it proper to call for Gordon's by name in English Pubs? It's not a matter of being proper. It's unnecessary. For when most Englishmen ask for gin, they expect to get Gordon's. After all, its distinctive dryness and delicate flavour have been a part of English life for 194 years. Americans, however> have been enjoying Gordon's for a somewhat shorter span of time. So it is wise (and proper) to specify Gordon's by name. Your first sip of a Gordon's martini will tell you why it's the biggest selling gin over here as well as in England and the rest of the world. DISTILLED LONDON DRY! GIN PRODUCT OF (I. S. A. DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN, 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN. 90 PROOF. GOROON'S DRY GIN CO., LTD.,LINDEN. N. J. READ THE GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL WANT ADS SUMMER MEN'S CLOTHING SPECIAL GROUP WOOL & DACRON SLACKS Values to $17.50 $ I0 95 OTHERS PRICED AT $795 & $g95 STOCK UP NOW SAL£ FINE SELECTION TROPICAL SUITS Most All Colors and Styles Reg. $45.00 *37 5 ° Reg. $49.50 $41 50 Reg. $55.00 *46 5 ° Reg. $65.00 *54°° Reg. $69.50 *57 5 ° ft 20% OFF ON ALL COLORED SPORT SHIRTS ONE GROUP COTTON T-SHIRTS $4.00 & $5.00 Values $ 2 « Straw Hats Bonlon SHIRTS Values to < 3 (A $6.95 *5 Sheahans 323 E. MAIN ST. Quality Men's Furnishings

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