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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, August 19, 1963
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Avon Fat Steer Show Auction Realises $17,082for 54 Blocks of Beef AVON SHOW CHAMPION—Mike Bricker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vera Brlcker of Roseville is shown with his 1,040-pound Angus, which was judged champion Saturday afternoon at the Avon Fat Steer Show. (Gaiesburg Register-Mail photos by Dale Humphrey.) Viola Society Hears Report On Missions VIOLA — Fourteen members and one guest attended the all- day meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service Friday at the church. Prior to the serving of a luncheon, the group sewed rug rags for the annual bazaar and chicken supper to be held Nov. 7. Mrs. Manly Richardson, devotional leader, presented a pro­ gram on "The Biblical Foundation of Missions." Roll call was answered by members reporting on calls to shut-ins. The report showed 28 calls had been made since the previous meeting. The supply requests for the coming year were presented by Mrs. Philip Richardson, and will support fields of work at Langley- ville Community Center, Cun- FINAL CLEARANCE HEELS White, Bone, Black Sizes 4*A to 10 AAA to FLATS and $ 2 Bone, White Black m to io WEDGES White, Bone, Black Sizes 4Vi to 10 AA to D CHILDREN'S SHOES and $ 2 Broken Sizes Values to 6.9$ Women's U. S. Keds and Kedettes $200 2 pr. $3.50 PURSES $100 Plastic and Straws Most Colors OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 9 to 9 Shane & Showers THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 153 E. Main St, — Across from Walgreei- nhigham Children's Home, Marcy Center, South Asia, Malaya and work in the Congo. Gives Report The guest at the meeting, Miss Mary Hudson, told of her recent missionary education tour when she had visited the Peoria Methodist Hospital, Illinois Wesleyan University, Normal Methodist Church and Wesley Foundation, the Baby Fold and Evenglow Lodge. The Woman's group had paid her expenses for the tour. The commemorative stamps were turned in for the milk fund for overseas children. It was reported that $121 had been cleared at the recent food sale and lunch serving. The church school of missions will begin Sept. 8. The adult instructor will be Rev. Philip Richardson. There will also be special classes for the youth group and children. Several missionaries are scheduled to speak. Western Asia's Maeander River gave us the verb which describes what most rivers do — meander. AVON — A 1,040-pound Angus, champion of its breed, owned by Mike Bricker* was grand cham* pion of the Avon Fat Steer show, which closed here Saturday, and sold for $42.60 a hundredweight in the steer auction Saturday night. Paying a total of $442 for the champion were Jess Lydic, Dr. 0. G. Martens and Col. Lowell Buck, in a joint bid. Reserve champion of the show was exhibited by Barbara Shaw, whose 940-pound Hereford drew a top bid of $41 in the auction. The runnerup was purchased for $315 by the Avon Oil Co. The 54 animals placed on the auction block Saturday night had a total sale price of $17,082.20, and the average per hundred* weight price was $32.83. Win in Various Breeds Award winners in the various breeds, with the weight of their entries, included heavyweight Angus — Mike Bricker 1.040, Allen Bricker 1,020, Anita Mitchell 970, Danny Bricker 970, Joyce Bricko.r 990. Lightweight Angus — Carol Masden 920, Rod Chatterton 920, Dennis Ruff 930, Laurie Lock 930 and Mike Ruff 880. Heavyweight Hereford — Bob Underwood 1,090, Charlotte Yeoman 1,110, David Haynes 1,200, Kent Yeoman 1,050, Donalee WS- kins 1,000. Lightweight Hereford —Barbara Shaw 940, Jerry Knapp 950, J. C. Staggs 940, Linda Shaw 920 and Lyle Serven 850. Heavyweight Shorthorn John Heil 980, Darla Marshall 970, Jimmy Meyer 950. Lightweight Shorthorn — Bobby Chambers 900, Don- mie Hawkins 850 and Judy Hiel 910. Tilden Berg of Sciota was judge of the show and the auctioneers were Lowell Buck and Alvin Martin. List Sales In addition to the grand and reserve champions, the sale included (owner, weight and breed, hundredweight bid, and purchaser, listed in order): Bobby Chambers 900, Shorthorn, $35, The Junction: Robert Underwood 1,090, Hereford, 34. Avon Motor Sales; John Hlcl 980, Short- hornr 32.50, Miles Feed Co.; Carol Masden 920, Angus, 40, Dr. Keith H. Frankhauser; Allen Bricker 1,020, Angus, 32, Akers Fertilizer Service and John Cooper; Rod Chatterton 920, Angus, 39, Fairview Farmers Elevator; Charlotte Yeoman 1,110, Hereford. 31, Holiday Inn, Galesburg; Jerry Knapp 950, Hereford, 32, John Elder; Darla Marshall 970, Shorthorn, 32.50, McKeighan Seed House; Connie Hawkins 850, Short horn, 32.50, Avon Plumbing and Heating; Anita Mitchell 970, Ai 32.50, Orwig's Market. Anita Mitchell 970, Angus, Dennis Ruff 930, Angus, 38, Neff SEARS Kodak Color Paper and'Film Used LIMITED TIME! MSB NOW ^ thru WED., AUG. 21 Second Floor W Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sit. 1 9 til 5:30 1 Monday and Friday 9 til 9 Your Choice — First Print 99c Second Pose 2.49 Third Po$e J.29 * CHOICE OF SEVERAL POSES ^ LIMIT 2 CHILDREN PER FAMILY * AGE LIMIT: 5 YEARS AND UNDER * TWO CHILDREN POSED TOGETHER 249 "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK" Galtfburg, III. 467 E. Main St. BIG 5X7 IN. RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION—Barbara Shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shaw of St. Augustine, exhibited a 940-pound Hereford which won reserve championship honors Saturday at the Avon Fat Steer Show. Co., John Deere; David Haynes 1,200, Hereford, 30, Fey's Processing Service; J. C. Staggs 940, Hereford, 35, Avon Savings and Loan Association; Jimmy Meyer 950, Shorthorn, 33, McKeighan Seed House; Judy Hiel 910, Shorthorn, 35, M. Lynn Davis Electric and Bell's Barbershop; Dan Bricker 970, Angus, 35, Warren County Service Co.; Laurie Lock 930, Angus, 35.50, Master Mix Feeds; Kent Yeoman 1,050, Hereford, 33, Cecil King and Russell Newman; Linda Show 920, Hereford, 33, Tompkins State Bank; Joyce Bricker 990, Angus, 33, Farmers and Merchants Bank, Bushnell; Mike Ruff 880, Angus, 42.50, Bonnett Feed and Grain, Bushnell; Donalee Wilkins 1,000, Hereford, 33.50, Avon Lions Club; Lyle Serven 850, Hereford, 35, L. F. Lillie Agency. Charles Cook 1,120, 32, Avon Fanners Elevator; Mark Emory 1,070, 32, Avon Drug Store; Ronnie Sensabaugh 1,050, 31, George Swank and the Rev. Mr. Bishop; Sherry Lincoln 920, 33, Fey's Processing Service and Dowell's 5 & 10; Karen Lincoln 780. 36, Dr. Keith Frankhauser; Mike Pepper 890, 35, Town Tavern; Gene Pool 960, 34.50, Dr. . Keith Frankhauser; Larry Hawkins 850, 33, Enright's Locker Service of Bushnell; Dan Boone 1,120, 30, Fey's Processing Service of Abingdon; Pat Buchen 930, 32.50, Avon Farmers Elevr.tor; Terry Lock 980, 34, Fulton Service Co.; Becky Ogle 800, 29.50, Lydic's Trucking; Kay Haynes 1,120, 27.50, (Jalesburg Register -Mail GALESBURG, ILL., MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 11 Tiny Tavern; Carolyn Lock 940, 33.50, Avon Farmers Elevator. Steve Boone 1,070, 29.50, Yocum's Plumbing and Heating; Bruce Wilkins 990, 30, Avon Farm Supply; Dan Turner 1,020, 27.50, Avon Farm Supply; Allen Pepper 730, 28.50, Warren County Auction Co.; Gene and Keith Underwood 930, 32, Frank Clugsten; Ron Chatterton 1,070, 28, Luper and Sundberg; Linda Mitchell 800, 30.50, Knoxvllle Sales Co.; Bobby Hatch 1,060, 29.50, Critic Feeds and Farmers Elevator; Harry Smith Jr. 930, 27, Marvin Smith Construction Co. of Prairie City; Charlotte Hatch 1,360, 27, Fey's Processing Service and Avon Motor Sales; Rodney Murray 920, 32.50, Quint's Service of Gaiesburg and Avon Oil Co.; Marvin Utsinger 840, 30, Avon Farmers Elevator; David Kepple 900, Miles Feed Co. and Kathy Meyer 870, 29.50, Jennings Sales Co. of Macomb. Ohio canners operate more than 100 food plants and annually process more than 300 million cans of perishable vegetables and fruits. Physician Says Law Enforcers Need 'Practice' LONDON (UPI) - Judges, lawyers, doctors and policemen should be thoroughly experienced in drinking before they take part in drunk driving cases, a phys ician believes. Dr. B. N. Wright of the National Institute for Medical Research suggested they drink enough to test their own capacity before judging others. In an article in the Magistrate's Journal, he said the drink test would put judgments on "a sounder basis." Californium Welcomed at Burgess Home BURGESS—Mr. and Mrs. Afc bert Schramm of Palmrose, Calif., are visiting a few day! at the home of Miss Wilma Olifl and Mrs. Jessie Sundeen. They are en route to Chicago for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Gowdy and children spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Einfeldt and family at Wilton Junction, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Yerkey recently called on Mrs. Margaret Armstrong at the Mercer County Nursing Home at Aledo. THE NEWCOMER CLUB WILL HAVE A COFFEE For ALL NEWCOMERS at LAKE STORY on THURSDAY Meet at 10:00 A.M. at the LION'S CLUB SHELTER In case of rain meet at Northgate Lanes. For rides or information Call Coffee Chairman DOROTHY POLIER—343-6677 or Hostess MRS. DALE SWARD—343-5478 BLACK and WHITE PROCESSING 12 EXPOSURE ROLL 79 osco OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.—Shop Evening! DRUG BUN PEANUT CLUSTERS Maple or Vanilla Creme 2 <" 13c Prices Effective Monday thru Wedneida? eel Stew SWIFT'S PREMIUM 24-oz. Con STURDY INGRAHAM POCKET WATCH Guaranteed Unbreakable Crystal T 9 Aqua foam Bubbling BATH OIL \'z Gal. Size '1.00 PHILLIPS MILK of MAGNESIA Mint Flavored CANDYCOTE COTTON FATIGUE MATS Foam Rubber Base Decorator Patterns 18"x30" Safe "BC Skid- Resistant JELLY Black Raspberry Red Raspberry Concord Grape and Blackberry 10-oz. Tumbler feu ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS i SWIWMIR «P Made to order for swimming-and light exercise. #31 $ l» 3' waistband, soft, mesh pouch. For all sports. #5 $|25 Inexpensive supporter. 3' waistband. All elastic NIFTY BINDERS MAGNETIC LOCK Side or Top Punch BULLETIN BOARD 36" x 24" $496 500 SHEET FILLER PAPER Wide or Narrow line 66* PENCILS NEW >/co'30 Afore* ' 'FLOATING-HEAP' speeosHAven. with Rotary Blade* AT OSCO $17.95 NORELCO 20 Spaghetti and Nine MEATBALLS IVi-lb. Can

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