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8 Galesburg Register-Moil. Galesburg, III. Saturday, Sept, 7, 1963 Warren Road Chief Leaves County Post MONMOUTH - Warren County highway superintendent Lester L. Smith announced today his retirement effective Oct. i. In a lettef to Richard Edwards, chairman of the Warren County Board of Supervisors road and bridge committee, Smith said he is resigning because of poor health. The 63-year-old highway superintendent has been employed by the county highway department since 1933. Prior to that time he operated his own construction business in Monmouth. He served until 1948 as chief engineer under the late T. J. Bonderer, highway superintendent for many years. Smith, was assistant superintendent during the term of the late Donald Walker, and became acting superintendent at the time of Walker's death in January 1953. Smith was appointed superintendent by the board of supervisors in February 1953 and has held the office since then. MONMOUTH fto»«m«*f tittal Comipond«flt SOI H. H Si. Phofl* 734-4711 tot lt«wt FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Youth Held For Burglary MONMOUTH — Alan M. Sage, 16, who has no permanent address, was arrested at 12:45 Friday morning and held for investigation. At noon yesterday Vincent Romano, police chief, filed burglary charges against him. The charge arose after Sage allegedly entered the White House Dairy on South Main Street and took some payroll checks. He reportedly then forged a signature when endorsing one of the checks. Sage is now being held in the city jail awaiting further action. Auction Prices at Festival Mirror Current Lower Rates MONMOUTH—This year's trend in cattle prices apparently was reflected this morning in the bidding for steers in the Warren County Prime Beef Festival auction. The 1963 grand champion steer drew a top bid of $50, which was $3 lower than last year's price, while the $49 bid for this year's reserve: champion was $5 below the $54 bid for the 1962 runnerup. Last year's better price for the reserve champion over the champion was explained by a 220- weight edge held by the heavier champion. This year, there was only a 20-pound differential between the weight of the champion and reserve champion. The ],010-pound champion Angus steer, exhibited by Wayne Wallace of Monmouth, Route 1, this morning was purchased for $505 by the Park 'N Eat Restaurant, Monmouth. Purchaser of the reserve champion steer, a Hereford weighing 990 pounds, shown by Jim Killcy of Roseville, was Warren County Farm Supply Co., for a total of $485.10. Others Sold Five Angus steers, the championship group, shown by Carolyn and Allen Martin of Alexis, drew a bid of $25.50 per hundred­ weight, with the John Morrell & Co., packing firm, paying $1,426.72 for 5,595 pounds of beef- on-the-hoof. The reserve champion group, five Hereford steers weighing 5,235 pounds and exhibited by Bonnie Martin of Little York, also went to Morrell & Co., at a top bid of $25 and $1,308.75 as the purchase price. A bid of $28 per hundredweight was high for the reserve champion Hereford steer, weighing 1,115 pounds, with Rex Miller of Little York as the exhibitor. Everett Palmer was the buyer at a total price of $312.20. Weighing 1,100 pounds, the reserve champion Angus steer shown by Janet Winbigler of Monmouth, Route 2, attracted a $28.25 top bid, with Warren County Service Co. paying $310.75 for this animal. (Continued on page 11) Food Service Has New Head MARRIAGE LICENSES MONMOUTH — Three marriage licenses were issued Friday: To Jerry Saldeen and Patricia Graham of Burlington; Bobby Lee Harvey of Galesburg and Mary Lynn Fusch of Monmouth, and to Larry Dean Snyder and Judy Kay Johnson of Monmouth. MONMOUTH — Paul E. Cropper, a retired Army officer with 20 years' experience in food service, has begun duties as manager of the Saga Food Service operation at Monmouth College. Cropper, who retired in June as a chief warrant officer, succeeds Glen (Rip) Fulton. Fuiton, manager at the college since 1959, has been promoted to director of the Saga Dining and Catering facilities at Western Illinois University at Macomb, a larger operation than that in the college here. Fulton will remain in Monmouth until mid-October as an adviser since the WIU union, which will house the campus dining hall, will not be completed until November. Cropper, a native of Gifford and one-time Hoopeston resident, attended the Army Food Service School at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., studying all phases of food service. For four years he was food service adviser at the Army medical school. The new Saga manager served a four-year tour of duty in Germany and food adviser to an infantry division with 72 dining halls seating 15,000 soldiers. His final assignment, following a two-year tour of duty in Korea in 1959-60, was as club officer at the officer's club -at the Presidio, San Francisco, Calif. He joined Saga immediately following his retirement (Continued on page 11) The Black Hills Passion Play Greatest Dramatic Event Ever to be Staged. Sponsored by THE GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL r USE THIS COUPON! MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW! Fill in coupon and mail with check — money order or exchange-tickets, plus self-addressed stamped envelope to Passion Play Headquarters. "Make checks payable to PASSION PLAY BOX OFFICE only" address below. NUMBER OF TICKETS: CHOICE OF DATE: RESERVED SEAT ) PERFORMANCE: ) EVENING SUNDAY MATINEE SPECIAL MATINEE. YOUR NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE PHONE- Pillion Play Headquarter* Opens Aug. 29 Galesburg Register-Mail M#il Ordtn * Exch#ng« Ticket* Phone 342-5161 MAIl ORDERS Sponsored by Galesburg Register-Mail Sept. 29 & 30 Galesburg Senior H- S. Sunday Afternoon 2:30 Sunday Evening 8:00 Monday Evening 8:00 PRICES: 1.60 2.20 2.75 .-Tax Included All Seats Reserved Passion Play Box Office Opens Sept. 18 Tele. 342-5161 Student Matinee Sept. 30 12:45 P.M. PRICES: Students .75 Tax Included Seats Not Reserved - EXCHANGE TICKETS AFTER AUGUST 29 il Program Tonight Winds Up Prime Beef Festival Winners in Judging Are Announced MONMOUTH - Wayne Wallace, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Wallace Jr. of Route 1, Monmouth, had his Angus steer declared grand champion of the 1963 Prime Beef Festival Friday night at Monmouth Park. Wayne, a fifth grade student at Coldbrook school, purchased the calf last fall when it weighed 382 pounds. It hit the scale Thursday at the weigh-in at 1,035 pounds. The reserve champion, a Hereford, was shown by Jim Killey, 15- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Killey, Route 1, Roseville, who is a student at Roseville High School. Preliminary to the final judging last night, Wallace's steer was chosen champion in the Angus group, while Janet Winbigler's animal was awarded reserve champion. In the Hereford division, Killey's steer was champion, while the steer of Rex Mills was selected as reserve champion. Judged by Professionals Judging was done by Tilden Berg of Sciota, Bill Shannon of John Morrell & Co., and Clyde Gleason of the Dubuque Packing Co. The Angus shown had been purchased last fall from the ranch of William G. "Judge" Davison of Ardmore, Okla., while the Herefords were from the TO Ranch in New Mexico. Earlier in the day in pens of five, Angus shown by Carolyn and Alan Martin were picked as grand champions and five Herefords shown by Bonnie Martin were declared reserve champions. The children are cousins. In Angus pen of five, second place went to Robbie and Ricky Elliott. In pens of five Herefords, second place went to Bill, Linda and John Gavin. Calves won in the scramble last year were also judged, with first place going to Paul Gott, and Dick Lee received second. Scrambles Are Held After final judging, an overflow crowd on the bleachers and surrounding the arena witnessed the annual calf and pig scramble which always pleases the audience. Out of 20 boys who had applied for the calf scramble, eight were lucky enough to manage to get their calves under control. Winners of calves were: Danny Carlson, Route 3, Monmouth; Steve Erlandson, Smithshire; Ronnie Winbigler, Route 2, Monmouth; Larry Hunter, Roseville; Larry Jones, Route 1, Monmouth; Ronnie Nelson, Route 3, Monmouth; Bob Thompson, Route 3, MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Admitted Thursday—Mrs. Minnie McVey, Mrs. Lillian Bonderer, Monmouth. . Admitted Friday—H. Ed Babcock, Mrs. Henry Kinzer, Mon mouth. Dismissed Friday—Miss Karen Walker, Rio; Mrs. Earl Hull, Miss Olga Christensen, Monmouth. DRIVERS TICKETED v MONMOUTH — James L. Woolridge, 40, of 181 W. Tompkins St. in Galesburg, was arrested this morning at 1:10 for speeding on East Broadway. He was to appear in police court today. George P. Roney, 65. of near Monmouth, was arrested Friday afternoon at 1:50 p.m. for a stoplight violation at Broadway and First Street. He will have a hearing in police court Monday. PTA Plans Fish Fry DALLAS CITY — The first PTA meeting of the school year will be a fish fry at the Lomax schoolhouse Monday at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Shirley Gracey is president of the PTA. READ THE WANT ADS! Dr. James K. Woolsey Announces a new location for the practice of Podiatry 107 S. FIRST ST., MONMOUTH, ILL. PHONE 734-4724 Office hours by appointment HEREFORD shown by Jim Killey, 15, of Rt. 1, Roseville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Killey was chosen as reserve champion at the 1963 Warren County Prime Beef Festival Friday evening. (Register-Mail photos by Wilson Isrcal.) ANGUS ENTRY WINS—Wayne Wallace, 10-ycar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Wallace Jr., Rt. 1, Monmouth, pictured above with his Angus, declared grand champion of the 1963 Warren County Prime Beef Festival Friday night at Monmouth Park. Monmouth, and Larry Temple, Route 3, Monmouth. Boys who failed to get a calf were eligible to try then for a pig, with the following boys managing to bring home a porker: Gary Fritz, Abingdon; Jim Killey, Roseville; Rodney Michael, Little York, and John Reynolds, Kirkwood. Contest, Awards Tonight Today, the cattle auction took place, along with the horseshoe tournament. An exhibition horseshoe pitching match will be held this evening just before the awarding of trophies for the tournament. After three acts of profession- ol entertainment this evening, the 1963 Festival will close with the awarding of a 1963 Ford car to some lucky membership holder. Membership award of a fourth of a prime beef steer cut up and frozen went to Mrs. Carole Norgart of Monmouth., 'WW'''P\i'-'i: ii^'^-ki^!: III' liM 'i NEW ASCS LOCATION—The Warren County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service office will be doing business Monday from the new building shown above. Clark Griswold, manager of the local office, will conduct moving oper­ ations over the weekend from the office in the Colonial Hotel in which the ASCS has been located for a number of years, to the newly constructed building on North Main Street. (Register-Mail photo by Wilson Isrcal). IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS - MON. - TUES. SALE MON. • TUES. LIQUOR Dept. SPECIAL DREWRY'S BEER 12 P , k *1.49 45c BOX OF 12 KOTEX or MODESS 18 OUNCES — PLANTERS CREAMY PEANUT BUTTER 16.69 VALUE FOLD-N-BED $099 Extra Bed Easy Storage YELLOW FREESTONE PEACHES Regular 29c 1 lb., 13 oz. 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