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16 Golesbura Reoister-Mail, Golesburg, III, Wed^Aug, 28, 1963 Analyze Farming Incomes WASHINGTON (UPD—An Agriculture Department study of farm costs and returns shows that net farm incomes in 1962 were higher than a year earlier on 24 and lower on 15 of the 39 important types of commercial farms. The department said changes in income varied considerably even within major groups of farms. The only group where changes in income were in the same general direction for all farms were in western livestock ranches. Even in this group, the increases varied from 1 to 73 per cent. Net farm income increased in 1962 on six of the seven types of wheat farms while four of the five dairy types of farms had lower incomes. The department said the greatest change in income occurred on wheat - small grain - livestock farms in the northern Great Plains. Net farm income in creased from an average of $135 a farm in 1961 to $11,081 in 1962. This great disparity occurred be cause a severe drought in 1961 cut farm income to its lowest since 1937. The largest decline in farm in come was 49 per cent on non-irrigated cotton farms in the high plains of Texas. Incomes in 1961 on these farms were record high Returns in 1962 were near those in years previous to 1961. The department said that all of the farm types in which in comes increased in 1962 either had higher farm production or re ceived higher prices for products sold, or both. The increased production was largely responsible for higher incomes on 10 of the farm types. Prices received averaged lower than in 1961 on these farms. MONMOUTH m tot , Cotmpofidant SOl ft. H Si. PhftM 794-4721 FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Party From Kirkwood Joins Reunion KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. Marion Williams and Pamela of Norwalk, Calif., came Aug. 19 to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker and other relatives. Aug. 25, the Williams family attended a family reunion at Nauvoo State Park. There were three generations present, and this is the first time in nine years the group had been together. The oldest member present was Mr. Silas Newton, 91, of Lomax; the youngest was 3-year- old Chris Kurrle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kurrle of Dallas City, and the Williams family from California had come the farthest distance. Kirkwood Briefs Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Bricker and children, Carolyn and John, returned to their home in Normal Saturday after visiting with his father, Fred Bricker, several days. One day while here, they took a trip to the Dickson Mounds. George Baxter left Sunday for a week's visit with relatives in Nebraska. Jimmy Turlis, who had spent the summer with his grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Schweer, left by train from Galesburg Friday for his home in Merced, Calif. Miss Jeanne Henderson entertained the following girls at her home overnight Thursday to help her celebrate her birthday: Anna Lou Gunter, Nancy Sanberg and Cathy Cochran. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Todd and family were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wardlow, Lee and Ronnie of Keokuk, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Todd, Craig, Cathy and Christie and Mrs. Viola Dowell, of Lomax. Ronnie Wardlow is home from the Navy. Mrs. Ruth Daily and son, Marty and Donnie, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sanberg and family. Sunday visitors at the home of of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnson were her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. John Rankin of Dallas City, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson of Biggsville; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Flake and family of Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moffitt and family of Gilson. Roy Tinkham and Ralph Pape returned Sunday from Westhope, N.D., where they were looking after farming interests. David Schwabe of Farina visited the past two weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker. Schwabe's brother Robert came Monday to take him home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Logan of Skokie visited last weekend with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Barker. Thi garden department o! the CAR Meet Conducted by Frank Killey MONMOUTH - Frank Killey, national vice president, midwest- em region, presided at the 8th annual meeting of the midwest- em region, National Society Children of the American Revolution, Aug. 24-25, at the St. Nicholas Hotel in Springfield. The senior officer in charge was Mrs. Fred W. Krueger, senior national vice president, Midwestern Region of South Bend, Ind. The meeting was attended by members from Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Ken. tucky, Connecticut, Tennessee and Illinois. The "Lincoln Land" theme was used for the meeting, with members touring New Salem State Park and attending the play "Abe Lincoln in Illinois," visiting Lincoln's Home, the new museum and laying a Wreath at the Lincoln Tomb. Visits were also made to the Capitol and other points of interest in Springfield. Members were presented with Lincoln Medallions, the New Lincoln Heritage Trail folders and scale models of Ford cars. The business meeting and dinner-dance were held in the hotel. Miss Kay Krueger of South Bend, Ind., was the winner of an oratorical contest. Guest of honor and speaker at the banquet was Miss Mary Huston Armstrong, national president of the national society, CAR, from Columbia, Tenn. Also a guest at the meeting was Mrs. Ralph A. Killey, DAR State Regent from Monmouth. Medal Presented Mr. Killey was presented a sterling silver Good Citizenship medal by the Illinois Organization of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution for outstanding service. The pres entation was made by Dr. Harold I. Meyer, Past President of Chi cago. The meeting was concluded Sunday morning with an inspira tional service at Kelso Hollow Theater at New Salem, in charge of the Illinois State Officers. Bill Watson of Little York, state chaplain, had a part in the service, Other members of the Daniel Mc Neill Society attending were Miss Linda Conlee, official accompa nist and State chairman of American Music, Miss Cheryl Uddin, state chairman of American Literature, Kevin and Carol Watson College Soph Wins Third in State Contest MONMOUTH - Although she did not win the Illinois Dairy Princess crown in the contest terminated last weekend at Bloomington, Miss Jane Harber, who will be a Monmouth College sophomore this fall, placed third in a field of 10 participants. As announced Monday, the Illinois Dairy Princess award went to Patricia Ann Johnson, 21, of Brimfield. Winner of second place was Cheryl Smith of Oswego. Miss Harber is an Atkinson resident and was sponsored by the Henry County Farm Bureau. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. John E. Harber. The contest was sponsored by the American Dairy Association, and those chosen princesses in the various dairy states will compete at Miami next month for the national Dairy Princess award. Welcome Neiv Neighbors at H Street Picnic MONMOUTH — The third an nual North H Street picnic was held Tuesday evening on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson. At 6:30 p.m. a potluck dinner was enjoyed by 44 neighbors The remainder of the evening was spent visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Romano and daughters Michele and Toni were welcomed as new residents of the neighborhood since the 1962 picnic. Hostesses for last night's picnic were Miss Elizabeth Bohland- cr, Mrs. Fred Jackson, Mrs Eugene White and Mrs. Johnson lloseville Folk Attend CAR Convention ROSEVILLE-Roseville women bowlers will meet at the Rose Bowl Lanes Thursday night at 7:30 to proceed with the organ izing of a Roseville City Associa tion for women bowlers. Several Roseville people attended a regional CAR meeting in Springfield over last weekend, in eluding Miss Janice Simonson Miles Simonson, David Adkisson and Mrs. Nancy Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon of London, England, were visitors recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, who also had as guests their daughter and hus band, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin of Springfield and their grandson and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Hardin of Springfield. The Gordons are parents of Mrs. John Hardin. Grandson John met his wife while serving in the armed forces in England. He has recently been discharged and plans to study toward his master's degree at Western Illinois University in Macomb this fall. MHS Band to Have Meetings Before Term MONMOUTH-Lester S. Mun- neke, music director of the Monmouth schools, announced today several pre-school meetings for members of the Monmouth High School Band. Band members who have uniforms from last year are to check them for proper fit, and return uniforms which do not fit. Students eligible for the band are asked to come to the music room for the following meetings: Thursday at 3 p.m. return uniforms that do not fit; Friday at 3 p.m., new players eligible for high school band check out uniforms; Saturday at 3 p.m., marching band rehearsal. Bishop Hill Home Greets Visitors From Southwest BISHOP HILL—Mrs. Duane Elier, Linda and Lori, of AlbiHjuei'* que, N. M. arrived Sunday by train and will visit several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Spiegel. The Spiegels plan to drive to Albuquerque next month, and return the Ellers to their home, f The farm which the Spiegels have tenanted the past 28 years, will be sold at public auction Sept. 10. It belonged to the late Mrs. Emma Schumaker, and the Spie­ gels plan to move to their own farm now tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. Bertil Talberg northeast of Bishop Hill. Bishop Hill News Notes John A. Oberg and A. Gunnar Borg Sunday called on Cecil Mock of Galva, who is a patient at the Methodist Hospital in Peoria, after having suffered a stroke. Mrs. Mock has been staying at the hospital with him. Brenda Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larson observed her sixth birthday Aug. 18. On Monday nine of her friends, in company of some of their mothers who drove them to Davenport, appeared on Grandpa Happy TV Four-Fun Factory program. The party friends who made the trip was Brenda, Sheri and Teri Chilberg, Connie Nelson, Jeffry Anderson, Dennis Tarleton, Vicki Dowell, Diane Dybdal, Nancy Stephenson and Carla Gonzales. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Anderson of Galva and their house guest, Mrs. Hazel Lundquist of Chicago, were in Bishop Hill Sunday calling on several friends. Mrs. Lundquist is a cousin of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Melton and Debbie accompanied by her sister, Miss Sandy Caldwell of Magnolia, Dela. returned to their home after a week's visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Melton and Joyce. Woodhull Family Returns From Trip to South WOODHULL - Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Falline, Scott and Jill returned Saturday from a visit with relatives in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fields spent the weekend in northern points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Larson of Moline and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlquist of Pinella, Fla. spent Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George X. Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanlon of California are visiting in the 4th Birthday Is Celebrated At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Gene Larson and family entertained the following guests at supper Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Larson of Biggsville and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Larson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevenson of Monmouth. The occasion honored Bradley on his fourth birthday and both of his paternal and maternal grandparents were present, as well as an uncle and aunt. Bradley's mother had baked a birthday cake for the occasion and had decorated the cake to resemble a gumdrop tree. Bradley received many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Writers and family were guests Friday evening in the Larson home in honor of Bradley's birthday. Frank Hanlon home here and her relatives in Michigan. The trip was made by plane. Walter H. Johnson returned Friday from the Moline Public Hospital following a major surgery a week previously. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mosher, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Wilcox and Mrs. Hazel Phillis, spent Sunday in the quad cities with friends. Golfer Dow Finsterwald still uses the putter he first used 10 years ago. Vacationers Entertained At Alexis ALEXIS — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mann, Susan and Karen of Bloomington, Ind., John Keith Mann and son Eric of California, and mother Mrs. William Mann of Monmouth were dinner guests last week with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meeker and family. Honored At Party Mrs. Edith Deuth entertained at a dessert bridge Wednesday complimenting Miss Frances Matson of Peoria, a guest of Mrs. Georgia Robertson. Miss Matson received bridge favor and presented a gift. Mrs. Bess Newcomer of North Henderson entertained at a dinner Thursday in honor of Miss Matson and other Alexis guests. Miss Matson showed slides of her recent trip to Mexico and Mrs. R. C. Durston showed slides of Florida. Alexis Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sperry and daughter, Mrs. Marion Zielke left Friday to spend the weekend with Mrs. Ann Meinsen of Lancaster, Mo. Mrs. Harry McReynolds left Monday for Sumter, S. C. to visit her son Airman l.C. Jerry McReynolds, wife and daughter Lisa. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Burns re- Abbe Wins Stilt ROME (UPD - A Rome hdtel was ordered Tuesday to pay damages to singer Abbe Lane and her husband, orchestra leader Xavler Cugat, as the result of a 195? Ac* cident. Miss Lane told a court that si she opened a hotel window a plank of wood fell from the Venetian blind rigging and injured her face. The court decided damages would be settled at a later hearing. turned home after spending the past week in Chicago visiting relatives. Ralph Ottoson Is a patient In Cottage Hospital, Galesburg. Mrs. Richard Kelley and son George of Monmouth visited her aunt Mrs. Mollie Hartzell Friday and they visited Mrs. Ross Hartzell at Cottage Hospital in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Kernes of Aurora spent a week here with relatives and all spent Sunday at the fish fry at New Boston. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Loveridge, John and Susan, returned home Saturday from two weeks vacation with her parents at York, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. John Link of Mount Prospect spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Mentzer and his, mother in Monmouth. William Beal of Rockford spent Saturday in Alexis visiting friends. Jail Sentence Given for Lack Of Driver Permit MONMOUTH—Ronald Shawgo, 23, ot 1033 S. Fourth St., who was arrested Tuesday for driving with a revoked license, appeared in police court Tuesday afternoon. Shawgo was sentenced to 20 days in the Warren County jail and ordered to pay court costs amounting to $12.30. Calf Scramble Applications Are Now Available MONMOUTH — All Warren County boys interested in participating in this year's calf scramble at the Prime Beef Fes tival should get their applications from the Chamber of Commerce office or at Hamilton Feed and Produce, the committee announced today. The deadline for entry in this year's contest is Tuesday, Sept 3, at 5 p.m. Kirkwood Woman's Club will meet Aug 2!i at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Archie Mcintosh. Election of officers will take place. Avon Federated Church Plans Fall Program AVON — Federated Church will begin a full program of fall activities with the opening of church services Sunday following the August vacation. Morning worship will be held at 11 with church school at 10. The pastor, Rev. David Ransom, has returned from his vacation and this week is attending a town and country church conference in Ohio. His sermon Sunday will be "The Family and the Bible." The church board will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday at 8 p.m., and the Clayberg Sew ing Circle will resume its regular program by holding all-day work and business sessions the first and third Fridays of each month. Rally and promotion day will be observed in the church school Sunday, and the annual rally day dinner for the members of the church and school will be held at noon. This will be a potluck affair. Following the dinner, awards will be given for those who at tended church school regularly during the past year. A business meeting will follow in the fellowship hall. Set Onen House BIGGSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Salter will hold open house in their home Friday afternoon and evening for their daughter, Mrs. Charles Roegiers and family. RlElElD 8 Back - to School S HOE S SMART BUYS for SMART SCHOLARS Back to School Favorites for GIRLS -< BOYS PAIR Others 3.87 NEW VULCANIZED SOLES OXFORD or SLIPON STYLES IN NEW FALL COLORS. HUNDREDS OP PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM. EVERY PAIR FIRST QUALITY. SIZES 8Vi to 3 STURDY BUILT FOR ACTIVE FEET WOMEN'S Smart Looking on Any Campus OTTER and BLACK CANDY APPLE RED and WHITE BLACK or BROWN OTHERS AT 3.87 and 4.66 JUST A FEW OF THE MANY NEW FALL STYLES. BLACKS, BROWNS, REDS, GREYS AND GOLD IN SOLID OR TWO TONES SIZES 814 to 3 TWO TONE SUEDE or BLACK GIRLS' & WOMEN'S WHITE SNEAKERS CUSHION ARCH and INSOLE SAVE on BACK-to SCHOOL HOSIERY A COMPLETE SELECTION OF HOSE FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY MEN'S & BOYS' TENNIS SNEAKERS 2" Sizes 3</ 2 to 6 V/2 tO 1 OXFORD or SLIPON STYLES READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! STORE HOURS Open 9 to 9 Monday - Friday Other Days 9-5, except Sat. 'til 6 REED'S SELF SERVICE SHOES 328 E. MAIN ST. (Former Osco Location )

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