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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

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M Goleibura R«oisttr-Moil, Galtibufa. Friday. Aug, 30.1963 Alexis Hosts Fatstock Show For Juniors ALEXIS-Stan Gregory, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gregory of the Alexis area, exhibited the grand champion steer of the Alexis fatstock show Thursday on the high school grounds. Gregory showed a 1,055-pound Angus named Dusty to win the top honors in the steer classes and over a field of 24 entries. His steer, which earlier won the Angus breed class, was reserve champion at the 1963 Mercer County Fair, and placed 12th in the breed at the Illinois State Fair. Daryl Shike, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Kenneth Shike of North Henderson, showed an Angus weighing 875 pounds as reserve champion of the Alexis show, which was jointly sponsored for FFA and 4-H members of the Alexis and North Henderson areas. Lions clubs of the two communities sponsored the show. Wins With Sheep Over in the sheep judging ring, Joe McCaw, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCaw of North Henderson, had everything to himself, since he was the lone exhibitor of sheep in the show. McCaw's winnings were on a pen-of-three, a pair, ewe lamb and single market lamb, plus earning a showmanship troph. In the barrow show, Betty Carlson showed the grand champion single barrow, which was offered as a major prize for show patrons. Dean Keithley of the Alexis Feed Mill won the porker and he later donatec it to the Alexis and North Henderson Lions clubs. The barrow finally ended up with Cecil Miller of Alexis, who submitted the high bid in an auction of the porker last night. Wins Two Honors Pat Custer showed the grand champion pen-of-three barrows and the grand champion gilt. David Mathers claimed the hog showmanship trophy. Other winners of the steer breed 'classes were Gary Simms of North Henderson, Hereford, and his brother Larry, who ex hibited the top Shorthorn. Gregory added the cattle showmanship trophy to his winnings, along with the grand champion steer. Charles Geiger, former AlWood vocational-a g r i c ulture teacher, judged the show. Tom Knox, Alexis High School vo-ag teacher, assisted the sponsors with show details. , Horse Show Featured An added feature to Thursday's fatstock show was a pony show last night sponsored by the Alexis Lions Club. Some 58 ponies were entered during the event, with Don Coe of Alexis exhibiting the grand prize entry. Prize winning livestock was also paraded last night and trophies awarded. Winners in the various classes, in order of placing, were: Western pony ride, John Johnson, Galesburg; Steve Relander, Aledo; Dan Van Fleet, Alexis. Pony Lead, Ricky Harris, Alexis; Cindy Van Fleet, Alexis; Kirt Brown, Seaton. Driving, Jean Foster, Milan; Ralph Porter, Monmouth; Gary Wessell, Rio. Open pony colt, Patsy McKee, Rio; Walter and Sam Medhurst, North Henderson; Kenny McDaniel. Fairview. Pony flag race, Benny Wessell, Rio; John Johnson; Rex Wessell, Rio. Pony foal, Sam awl Walter Medhurst; Sue Ann and Donna Medhurst, North Henderson; W. Pollock, Alexis. Costume class, Sam Medhurst; Benny Wessell; Judy Moorehead, Gilson. Pony mare and colt, Steve Relander; Sue, Donna and Sam Medhurst; Sharon and Rita Dye, Rio. Cloverleaf race, John Johnson; Rex Wessell; Benny Wessell. Pleasure pony ride, Linda Steele, Alexis; Don Pheiffer, Gerlaw; Tom Moore, Alexis. Qpen roadster, Otis Norris, New Windsor; Ralph Porter; Jean Foster. Louis Simpson of Alexis Route 1 was the announcer. Difficulties Cleared Up With Sheriffs Help MONMOUTH - A misunderstanding about wages and tools was cleared up Thursday by Roy Hartley, Warren County sheriff. According to Sheriff Hartley, William Payne of near Monmouth reported the theft of some tools and a tool chest from his farm July 22. After considerable investigation, a former employe of Payne's was questioned and admitted having the tools. His name was not made public, since no formal charges were pressed. Hartley had the unidentified man and Payne into his office Thursday »and it was found Payne owed the man back wages, and he took the tools as partial payment. Yesterday, Payne paid the man his wages, refused to press charges and the unidentified man was released. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Festival Will Feature Band Music SHEEP WINNER JOE McCAW GETS ASSIST FROM SISTER JUDY. 11 PAT CUSTER SHOWS WINNINGS ON GRANP CHAMPION GILT. Youth Rearrested MONMOUTH - John Talley, 18, of 1000 S. A St., was picked up Thursday at 10:45 p.m. by Warren County authorities, on a hold order from Lloyd Herbener, district probation officer. Talley was arrested some time ago in Henderson County for the burglary of a service station in Stronghurst. At that time he was sentenced to four months at Vandalia and placed on five years probation. Herbener specified no charges against Talley. MARRIAGE LICENSES MONMOUTH — Two marriage licenses were issued Thursday, to Virgil Dean Williamson and Alice Faye George, of London Mills, and to Cloyd F. Cox of Kirkwood DOOR DAMAGED MONMOUTH-Dr. Joe Simmons notified police Thursday that sometime during the night a panel had been removed from a door to his office, 2Wk E. Broadway. Dr. Simmons reported he could find notiiing missing, however. and Beverly Kay Smith of Monmouth. MONMOtTTH —Music will fill thfe air Wednesday as 11 musical units participate in the 1963 Warren County Prime Beef Festival. Bands planning to march in the parade at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday are the Monmouth High School band and the Monmouth Municipal band. Other Illinois bands are Roosevelt Military Academy, Abingdon, Union, Yorkwood and Warren. From Iowa will come the Nee-Hi's of Clinton and the Mississippi Valley Country and Western Association. The Nee-Hi's, a girl drum and bugle corps, also will present the entertainment Wednesday evening at the festival in Monmouth Park. The Mississippi Valley group will furnish music for the dance to be held at 9 each evening. The free entertainment Thursday night will include Ruth Hill and her original "Stars In Miniature.". Miss Hill's skillful manipulation of the marionettes will be thoroughly enjoyed. Also appearing Thursday evening will be Vic Hyde, a one-man band that promises to have the audience laughing. The Winlows, an importation from Sweden, will feature a family of graceful performers on bicycles and unicycles. ••' Notifies MHS Bund The Monmouth High School band will be one of the many marching units taking part in the Prime Beef Festival parade next Wednesday, and since the first regularly scheduled meeting of the band will be next Wednesday before school, an extra practice has been called for this Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Band members not able to attend the Saturday extra practice should notify Mr. Munneke previous to that time. The marching unit will be made up of all members of the high school band, including band members out for football, cheerleaders, etc. Gladstone Area People Are Injured GLADSTONE - Dale Galbraith has been dismissed from the Burlington Hospital, where he was a patient since Aug. 23, and is recuperating at his home here from injuries sustained in an accident. He was riding a power lawnmower, cutting the grass near a garden when the mower upset. He jumped, but the machine caught his foot. His little toe was almost severed off and the next toe was badly mangled, so that member was amputated near the second joint. The little toe was sewed on and is healing fine. Breaks Arm Ann Zurmuehlen, little daughter of Mr.: and Mrs. Don Zur­ muehlen, fractured the two bones in her right forearm again. In May, she broke the same arm in the identical place and the cast had just been removed a few weeks ago. She was taken to the Burlington Hospital, where the bones were set and the arm was put in a cast. Cuts Finger Mrs. Gerald Van Tine is suffering with a badly cut finger on her left hand received when a water glass exploded while she was washing dishes. Her son, Gerald La Verne, fell from his pony and landed on his right hand, breaking a finger. Leg Fractured James Applegarth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Applegarth, received a broken bone in his right leg, about two inches above the ankle at football practice Monday. He is a senior in Union High School. Kirkivood Girls Group to Seat Neiv Officers KIRKWOOD - Kirkwood Assembly, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, met Tuesday m the Masonic Temple. Suzie Bryant appointed several committees to serve for installation Sept. 14. Cheryl Pape reported on at tending the banquet at the, state DeMolay conclave last weekend. Gov. Otto Kerner and the grand master of the State of Illinois, Harold Ross, were the featured speakers for the banquet. Members of the assembly were invited to attend the graduation exercises of the Burlington Beauty Academy. Linda VanRiper is a member of the graduating class. Refreshments were served by Laurie Walters, Jean Ann Seaton and their mothers, Mrs. John M. Walters and Mrs. Howard Seaton. MONMOUTH FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734*4121 Before 6:30 Bennett Files As Candidate For Alderman MONMOUTH - The first candidate to file for the aldermanic race in the 4th ward is Chuck Bennett, 304 S. E St., a Monmouth grocer. The special election, to be held Oct. 18, was called due to the resignation of Robert Cudd, present 4th ward alderman. Since Cudd's term would not have expired until May 1965, it was decided to hold the election. Bennett is not a newcomer to city politics as he ran in the last regular city election for the post of police magistrate but was defeated by Dale T. DeVore. Final date for filing for election is next Tuesday. In the event no one else files there would be no primary. However, the election would be moved .up to an earlier date, as an election is necessary in the event of possible write-ins. College Names Staff Member MONMOUTH—George Mesley, director of university funds at the University of Kansas City, will join the Monmouth College sjaff in October as director of special funds, according to announcement by Dr. Robert W. Gibson, Monmouth College president. Mesley, 62, a native of Australia, has been in the development department at the University of Kansas City since 1959. His duties included planning, directing and supervision of records for all fund-raising programs for the university. At Monmouth he will be responsible for programs to obtain funds for capital projects, part of the college's 10-year growth plan. For nine years Mesley was engaged in church work in Kansas City as a pastor, youth leader and director of religious education. He and his wife have a married son named Gordon. Jockey Robert Lee Baird, 42, rode his first winner in 1938 and has compiled more than 2,300 victories. Collisions Followed by Prosecution MONMOUTH - Douchan Pou- ritch, 34, a Chicago attorney, was arrested Thursday afternoon following a 2-car accident at the intersection of West Broadway and D Street. The police report stated Pou- ritch was traveling north on D Street, pulled onto Broadway, and was struck by an auto driven by Mrs. Alta Chambers of Smithshire. Mrs. Chambers and three passengers in her car, Carl Chambers, 4, Kathy Badger, 8, and Mrs. Susie Badger, all of Smithshire, received minor injuries, as did Pouritch. He was issued a ticket for fail-' ure to yield right-of-way and will have a hearing in police court later today. Wakes Up Too Late In a minor accident today, Joseph C. Henry, 22, of near Monmouth, was arrested on South Sixth Street at 2:03 a.m. for reckless driving. Henry told officers he fell asleep while returning from work, and awoke just before he struck a parked car belonging to Mrs. Mary L. Clark, 617 S. Sixth St. Henry will have a hearing in,police court later today. Appearing also in police court Thursday were: Thomas* J. Rossi, 23, of 820 S. Main St., who was arrested early Thursday morning for failure to yield right-of-way, and was fined $15. Trinidad Artiago, 20, of 819 W. Sixth Ave., and Franklin Livingston, 17, of 1126 E. Seventh Ave., both of whom were arrested Thursday for speeding and were each fined $15. . MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Admitted Wednesday — Matthew Wilson, Monmouth. Dismissed Wednesday — Mrs. Richard Hill and baby, Seaton. Admitted- Thursday—Miss Carol Ann Bigger, Oquawka; Mrs. Lola Wicks, Monmouth; Mrs. Rex Simpson, Alexis. Dismissed Thursday — Robert Peters, Woodstock; Mrs. Ralph Hood, Gerlaw; Roy Brown, Mrs. Nora Tubbs, Monmouth; Arthur Hogue, Kirkwood; Mrs. Charles Fritz and baby, Smithshire. 'No Union 9 Decided on by Plant Vote MONMOUTH - Production and maintenance employes of Ralph Wells k Co, expressed their preference overwhelmingly Thursday at an election to determint whether employes would accept the International Association of Machinists or no union. The results showed 70 for "no union" and 30 for the Machinists Union. Five votes of the 105 cast were challenged. Yesterday's election was the second held during the past week at the company's plant. One week ago the employes voted whether to accept the Grain Millers Association, International Association of Machinists, or neither. None of the three options received a majority, but the Grain Millers was eliminated. The union now has a five-day period to file an objection to the election with the National Labor Relations Board. According to the rules, another vote cannot be taken for at least 12 months. Adrian Wells, president of the firm, said today he felt certain there would be no further labor unrest at the plant. Wells also said officials of Ralph Wells & Co. deeply appreciated the support they received from the community and all employes. He said he felt the joint efforts of all showed in the final results of the election. The company employs 150 persons and manufactures dry pet foods and ingredients for pet foods. Probate Will Of Mrs. Tubbs MONMOUTH-The will of Mrs. Lucie E. Tubbs of Monmouth who died Aug. 22 at Naperville was admitted for probate in Warren County Court Thursday. According to the petition she left real estate and personal property of undetermined value. Legatees were her daughter and two sons. Judge Scott I. Klukos appointed a son, Henry H. Pattee of^ Naperville, executor. DO FALSE TEETH! Reck, Slide er Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly In place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FASTEETH Is alkaline (nonacid) . Does not sour. Checks ''plate odor breath". 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