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Canton Entrant Rated in Plow Contour Match James Grubb, Canton, placed third with 72.2 points in the con- tout division of the 18th annual National Field Plowing Contests at Vandalia Thursday under auspices of the American Plowmen's Association. The top tractor driver in this division was Wallace D. Lewis of Sumner, with 80.4 points. Roy Barclay won the level-land division on 81.7 points. State and federal officials, including Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, were scheduled to address the event today and Saturday. Galesburg Register-Mail, Gofe.sburg, III. Friday, Sept. 20, 1962 Tf: READ TI'E WANT ADS! WOTO-ROOTBR FOR qoooio JIWIM * DRAIN! Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342*6430 FOR SALE 84 HEAD OF (HOKE HEREFORD HEIFERS FORREST ANDERSON ONEIDA, ILLINOIS Missionary Film To Be Shown At Grace Church St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Episcopal Church will sponsor the showing of a film entitled "Track 13" twice on Sunday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 and 8:45 p.m. The film depicts the development of religious discussion groups in grand Central Station, New York, by a Red Cap who had become dissatisfied with his materialistic outlook. Invitations have been sent local clergymen, parishes in the Episcopal Diocese of Quincy, and other organizations. Rev. Arthur Gard of Warsaw, evangelism and stewardship chairman in the diocese, will moderate a panel discussion after each showing of the film. Two local clergymen, a housewife, a businessman and a student will comprise the panel, and refreshments will be served. In 66 years of intercollegiate football, Wyoming has won 216 games, lost 247 and tied 24. FOR SALE ICC TRUCK PERMIT Call between 9 A.M. and 2 P.M. 343-6633 MIXED HAY WANTED Can or •••—Bin Bowaa, ear* CBfcO STOCKYARDS Warlhalma* Cattla Co- Inc— Oalaaburg. 111—TaL 941-UU ESTATE AUCTION 480 E. 5th ST. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21st 10:00 A.M. To settle the Estate of Mary Robertson, deceased, we will sell the following chattel property: lata modal Motorola TV sal in mapla cabinet; 3-pc. sectional davenport; club chair; 2 matching brass table lamps; nest of 2 solid maple tables; axtra nica antiqua walnut labia with 1 drawer; drop front desk; 3 pc. modern bedroom suite consisting of Mr. and Mrs. dresser and mirror, chest of drawers, bed complete with springs and beauty-rest mattress; antique walnut table;chest of drawers; apt. size Kelvinator refrigerator with deep freeze across the top, Hardwick gas stove with divided top, 5-pc. chrome dinette set; almost naw C.E. daluxa automatic waihar with larga tub and filter flo (if you need a good automatic washar, don't mlsa ihla one); ironing board; ladder; some hand tools; some garden and yard tools; dishes; pots; pans and other items too numerous to mention. WM. LUTZ—Adm. of tha aatata of Maty Robarison, dacaaaad BARASH and STOERZBACH—Attornaya CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE KENT and Cook—Auctioneer! FREDERICK ERICKSON—Clark Remember tha tima of thia aale, as we will atart promptly at 10:00 A.M. PUBLIC AUCTION As I am moving into a small apartment, I will sell the following items at my residence located at the northwest corner of Delong, Illinois on; SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 AT 10:00 A.M. SHARP G.E. 40" stove, home freezer 12', dining room table/w 4 chairs, 2 stands, 20" G.E. reversible window fan, 4-pc. bedroom suite/w new box springs and inner spring mattress, swivel rocker, studio couch, 9x12 good rug and pad, small dresser, occasional chair, lawn chair, banjo, porcelain top table, Coronado wringer type washing machine, good, twin rinse tubs, Maytag ironer, 26" boys' bicycle, 3 canvas lawn chairs, charcoal burner, swing set, 2-burner gas plate. NEW SHOP TOOLS New 9 drawer metal idol cabinet, new S&K socket set from 1 1/16" to 2"— 3 ,i" drive w/ratchet and extensions, new set of deep sockets Va" to 5/16", complete set of Va" and 3 /a" drive sockets w/ ratchets and extensions, good adjustable wrenches 4"—8"—10"—12"— 15", 29 pc. drill bit set, tap & die set, electric soldering gun naw, vise, trowels, several C clamps, different sizes, hydraulic jack, large assortment of Allen wrenches like new, paint brushes, nails, floor jack, valve reseating tool, bolts, set of boxed end wrenches, from 3 ,'»" to gauges, switch box, tin snips, like new wheelbarrow w/ rubber tire, assortment of screws—bolts—nuts—cotter keys and small cabinets, set of pipe wrenches 10"—14"—18" like new, 4 new corner clamps, set of masonry drills, misc. pliers, V-belts, hand saws, squares, levels, metal tool chest on wheels, wooden tool chest, assortment of paint, rjack .-screw. part of roll of 12-3 romax, pipe fittings, some lumber and plywood. The most of these tools are new and like new. GUNS Good Mossberg 22 w/ telescopic sight, 410 shotgun, 22 short or long Remington rifle, 12 ga. Winchester pump gun, 12 ga. single shot shotgun, .32 cal. pistol. - GARDEN TOOLS Rotary type power lawn mower, 3 h.p. garden roto tiller, row hoe, and many other items too numerous to mention. Owner: MRS. FLORENCE THURMAN Auctioneer*; LEWIS G. MARKS and MICHAEL E. MARKS Clark: CARROLL MARKS CLOSING OUT SALE Owing to ill health I will sell the following at Public Auction at farm located 4 mile East of Knoxville, 111. on Route 150 and first house South (across from Knox Co. Highway maintenance station) on Tuesday, September 24, 1963 1 O'clock Sharp. MACHINERY 1052 Ford tractor good condition, Ford mower back mount, Ford plow, Ford PTO standeriser. Ford ship back mount; IHC 2 row cultivator, good; Kewanee 4 sec. harrow, good; 4 row mounted sprayer; Massey-Harrls clipper combine w/motor; 2-14 J.D. plow; New Idea 3 bar side rake; M & M T drill; G.I. 7' ciUtimulcher; 32' corn elevator, good; old spreader; good rubber tire gear w/straight box and hand hydraulic hoist; old gear w/rack; Letz PTO burr mill, good. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Coffin hoist, few doors and windows; pump jack and elec. motor; portable loading chute good galvanized tank; 300 gal. gas tank and stand; several 4 and 5 in. tile; hay rope and forks; 200 hedge posts more or less well seasoned; small building; round tank; several oil drums; several pes. good lumber; small cattle hay bunk; small size Leland tank w/2 hog drinks; hand corn shelter; post vise; hydraulic jacks; set sockets; Jack screws; Va and VA elec. drills; small hand tools; wheel barrow; pitcher pump; work bench and vise; handmade lathe; set taps and dies, good; 3 elec. motors small size. DcWolt Radiol Arm Bench Sew with Single Phott 2 H.P, Motor, good condition o nd extra blades, TERMS: CASH. Many items too numerous to mention. Not Raipontibia For AccWenU. PAUL E. WILSON OWNER Auctioneers — LEWIS G. MARKS and MICHAEL E. MARKS. Clark — WALT LINDAHL. Dogs Kill Sheep At Yates City YATES CITY - Ralph Fairburn and Lloyd Taylor reported that some sheep were killed by dogs a few days ago. Fairburn had five head in the grounds at the Standard bulk plant in Yates City, and three were killed by the dogs. He moved two to a farmhome. Taylor had one sheep killed by the dogs and in the early morning hours was awakened by the dogs near his home east of Yates City. He shot two of the dogs, but no one seemed to claim them. He had 12 head in the lot. Three were frightened away from home and later located at the home of Edwin Elliott, who cared for them. Pinal Oratn Review CHICAGO (AP)—Increased foreign demand for U.S. grains provided strong support to the futures markets today. Late this afternoon the entire list of grains, led by rye and wheat, was sharply higher, reflecting short covering and hedging against export sales. Increased inquiries for U.S. grain from foreign countries led traders to believe that broader outlets for U.S. commodities are in the making. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 7 cars, corn 78, oats 5, rye 1, barley 12, soybeans 8. Market Reports Today Car Loses Wheel; Youth Injured James Lind, 16, of Galesburg Route 3, is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital following a one- car accident Thursday about 4:30 p.m., on the Lake Bracken blacktop road, about one-half mile south of the U.S. 150-111. 41 cutoff road. Trooper James Wynkoop, investigating officer, reported that young Lind was driving a convertible toward Galesburg when the left rear wheel came off the vehicle, causing it to overturn and the driver was thrown from the car. The youth suffered shoulder injuries and facial cuts, it was reported. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FOR SALE 37' Livestock trailer and '57 Ford tractor. '37 Ford lilt cab with new molor and 16' bed with fold down rack. Phone Bushnell 2SSY Angus Cattle FOR SALE Bulls, cows with calves, open and bred heifers. Ross E. Hanna Little York, IU. Phone RA 9-2162 Silly Argument Given as Cause Of Shooting CHICAGO (UPD— A companion admitted Thursday night he shot- gunned an ironworker to death from a passing car in gangland fashion. David Christ, 21, told police that he and the victim, Richard Ilkanic, 25, argued in front of a South Side pizza house Thursday. Christ said he drove home and returned to the scene with a shotgun. He said he shouted something at Ilkanic as he approached the car and fired the weapon at close range. "I don't even remember what the fight was about now," Christ said. "It was just a silly argument." Four-Year-Old Is Killed While Riding Bicycle LA MOILLE, 111. (AP) - Four- year-old Kevin Hopps was killed in the collision of his bicycle and an auto near his home in La Moille Thursday. The car was driven by Miss Irene Bower, a La Moille high school teacher. La Moille is in Bureau County, about 10 miles from LaSalle. READ THE VV NT ADS! COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Eailmatei POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 8-2103 Gilson, 111. Galeiburg, 111. — 342-S2M EXECUTOR'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AT PUBLIC AUCTION Sale to be held commencing at 7:00 P.M., D.S.T., at 565 North West Street, Galesburg, Illinois, on Wed., Sept. 25, 1963 Property to be sold consists of various items of household goods and chattel property which belong to the estate of August F. Sunberg, now deceased. Antiques, including Grandfather'! Clock, blrdseye maple dresser and chair, brass stand, dishes, including colored glass and some Havl- land, General Grant chair, wooden tub, china, bedroom suite, several pieces of quadruple plate silver sterling silver, souvenier spoons and other sterling pieces, imall cylinder type music box in rose wood case in working order, celluloid glove box, albums, walnut chest of drawers with hand carved pulls, pictures and bric-a-brac, mantle clock, piano and bench, radio, Victrola and records, 2 platform rockers, library table, small desk and chair, wicker porch furniture, 2— 9x12 rugs, throw rugs, hall tree, floor lamp, small child's chair, oak dining room suite consisting of buffet, round table and chairs; bedroom furniture consisting of beds, chests, dressers, and commode, some bedding and linens, M-W refrigerator, drop leaf table, dishes, pots, pans, some garden and yard tools, hand tools, jardiniere, and other items too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE: CASH FIRST GALESBURG NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Executor of Estate of August F. Sundberg, Deceased Auctioneers: CORBIN & KENT — Phone 343-9033 Attorneys: McLAUGHLIN & McLAUGHLIN Watch for Executors Public Auction OF 340 ACRES OF LoHARPE TOWNSHIP FARM LANDS Sole will be held in LaHarpe, III. Tuesday, October 15 Henry A. Towler and Phyllis Bell, Executors of the Estate of Lillian Mesecher, Deceased Well Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market appeared headed late this afternoon for a fourth successive all-time high in the heaviest trading of the week. Volume for the day was csti- mated at 5.5 million shares, compared with 4.08 million Thursday. Some unusually big blocks of stock crossed the ticker tape and Sperry Rand seemed likely to be the most active stock for the third straight session. The advance was a continuation of a rally that got under way late Thursday. Brokers indicated that investors were cheered by President Kennedy's speech pushing his tax reduction program. Advances of key stocks ranged from a few cents to a point or more. Steels, motors, and rails were active and higher. Aircrafts declined. Among the volatile issues, Xerox spurted 9 points. IBM and Polaroid were ahead better than \\. Youngstown Sheet added around 2 points while other major steels moved up fractionally. Chrysler nlso advanced more than 2 points. The averages were bolstered by a 2-point gain by Du Pont. U.S. Sr»-"Ming also added a couple of points. United Aircraft and Lockheed dropped about a point. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange. U.S. government and corporate bond prices edged upward. New York Slocks NEW YORK (UPI>—Stock market midday prices: Int TfcT 3 ,THi Iowa P&L Johns-Man 48 7 * Kennecott WA Krcsgc 25' i Admiral Aldcns 23 s * Allcgh Lud Alld Chcm 52 3 .< Alld Strs 53 Allis Chal 17'* Alum Ltd 24*i Alcoa 64 Vt Am Air 2fi !i ABC Pmt 34 \m Can 45'* Am Cyan 61% Am M&F 1!H'« Am Mtrs 20'* \m T&T J 24-T 4 Am Toh 271 i Anaconda 50TB Armour 64 Vt Atchison 20 '/t Avco 251* Bendix 50% Beth Stl 32',-i Boeing 34% Borden 66',* Borg War 50% Case 9% Catplr 43% Celanese 54'A Cent Soya 27% C&NW 3014 Chi Ri 2G '/i Chrysler 80 '/i Cities Svc 67l« Coca Cola 104',*. Col urn Gas 29% RCA 73'm Comm Ed 5l '/t Rep Stl 42 Cons Ed 89 Cont Can 45% Cont Oil 64% Deere 63% Diana 9 7 /a Galesburg Grain Market Consumers Grain & Supply Co. 12:2$ P. M. Corn (old) $1.18 Corn (new) $1.07 Oats 62c Soybeans (new) $2.50 DcForcst Feed & Seed Co. Wheat $1.85 Corn $1.20 Oats 62c Soybeans $2.50 Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPD-Dow Jones 1 p .m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 745.41 up 2.19 20 rails 173.31 up 0.35 15 utils 142.86 up 0.15 65 stocks 264.19 up 0.62 Kroger 30% Lib McN 154 Lockhd 35'A Mar Oil 57% Maytag 37" i Min Il'nywl 127'A Minn Min 64% Monsanto 60 Mont Ward 38 Worrell 24% Nat Bis 554 Nat Can 17% Nat. Dairy 66 Nat Gyps 47 li Nat Ixl 77 VA NYC 24 No Amn 51% Nor Pac 47»/» Nor St Pwr 36% Olin Math 41% Outbd M 124 Pac Tel 32% Penney 454 Pcmi KR 224 Pepsi Cola 58"A Phil Pet 55% Piper Air 3t Pure Oil 44% Qua Oats 69 Vi Douglas 214 Revlon 44 Rexall 38% Reyn Tob 394 Safeway 63% Schenlcy 22 Sears 98% Dow Chem 59% Shell Oil 44% Du Pont 249% Simmons 43% Eastman 113 El Auto Li 25% Eric 3% MONON SEED WHEAT Cleaned, Treated and Bagged $3.00 Baird Hybrids Wllliamifleld. IU. Phone 639-41J1 STUMP CUTTING May cost laia than you think to gat rid oi that unalghtly •tump. Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-OSlt 14 SECOND LITTER HAMPSHIRE SOWS To farrow soon. 21/2 miles North of Drive-In Theatre and East 40 rods. AUBELIUS JOHNSON Phone 342-9053 SEED WHEAT SEED RYE SWANSON SEED FARM RRl, Galesburg Phone 342.8239 Fairbks M 12% Firestone 38% Flintkt 22% Ford Mtrs 56% Fridcn 46% Fruchauf 28% Gen Dyna 24% Gen El 824 Gen Fds 88'A Gen Mtrs 78% Gen Tel 28 Goodrich 56% Goodyear 42 Grant WT 26 Gt Nor 54% Greyhound 46 '/4 Gulf Oil 49% Sinclair 47% So Pac 35 Sperry 174 Sq D 454 Std Bds 744 SO Cal 66% SO Ind 65'A SO NJ 73% SO Ohio 67% Stude 8'A Swift 39 Texaco 71 Texas Inst 88% Un Carb 108'A Un El 28% Un Pac 39% Unt Air L 37 Utd Corp 8% Utd Fruit 234 Utd Gas 384 Markets at a Glance By United Press International Stocks higher in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds higher in quiet trading. American stocks irregular. Midwest stocks higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye and soybeans mixed. Hogs steady to weak, top 16.60; cattle steady to weak, top 25.00; sheep mostly steady, top 20.50. Homestake 504 US Gyps 90 Hupp 7% US Play C 25 !4 111 Cent 52% 111 Pwr 39% Inland Stl 45% IBM 4564 Int Harv 56% Int Nick 66% Int Paper 36 US Rub 49% US Stl 55% West Un 31% Wstghs Ab 29% Wstghs EI 39% Wool worth 73% Yng S&T 1224 Greg Spahn is a promising sophomore halfback at Haileyville, Okla., High School. His father Warren pitches for the Milwaukee Braves. FOR SALE SEED RYE — $1.50 bu. MAX ARMSTRONG 3>/ 4 Mile South oi Cameron WANTED Reliable person to take over paymenti John Deere utility 440 Tractor, Loader, Backhoe, FISHER SALES CO., Joy, 111. Ph. 584-2311 or 584-2221 TREES CUT AND BRUSH REMOVED HEDGEPOSTS CUT Call 342-4657 LARGE HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Saturday, Sept. 21,1963 11 A.M. SHARP 698 Grcenleaf or Corner of Beecher and Greenleof As we are moving out of state we will sell our 5 rooms of quality home furnishings as follows: Tan tapestry davenport: 2—Strato- lounge chairs, maple swivel rocKer, 3-pc. solid maple cocktail set, 12x18 wool carpet; 2—9x12 rugs; 1—8'3"xl0'6" grey rug; 10" portable G.E. television; 27" Silvertone console TV, these are both in Rood condition; brass lamp; solid maple bar; 4-pc. solid cherry twin bedroom suite, with large size box spring ana lnnerspring mattress for each; % maple twin beds complete with bookcase head boards; 2 white boudoir lamps: 2 matching maple chests; 1—light maple chest; 1—mahogany credenza buffet; pine corner chest of drawers; child's desk; chaise lounge; reversible window fan; child's picnic table; Zero fan; 7-pc. patio table and chair set; Mr. and Mrs. mahotfany dresser; full size Hollywood bed, boxspring and lnnerspring mattress; 5-pc. card table set; 2 lawn gliders; 14' freezer-refrigerator comb., 2 yrs. old (auto, defrost); Eagle 30" gas range with chrome top, 1 yr. old; utility table; 2-door white utility cabinet; 2 stools; Norge automatic washer in good condition. Restaurant Equip. Silex coffee grinder; lots of restaurant dishes; like new coffee stove; restaurant pots and pans; large fan; juke box (in good shape). Other Mlic. Lar#e child's tractor, child's go cart, bar-b-que grill; garden and yard tools; tool box. Lota mora Miscellaneous Marchandis* too numerous to mention. PALE r. COFFEY—Auctioneer BUD ALLEN—Clark In casa of rain sale will be held folio wing Saturday. Sept. 21. 11 A.M. Aucl. Comment: Thia merchendisa baa to ba seen to be appreciated. Grain Futures CHICAGO fAP)—Increaserl for- cign demand for U.S. grains lifted futures prices on the Board of Trade today. Dealers reporter] recent large- scale purchases of wheat in world markets by Russia had resulted in a flood of inquiries for export wheat, as well as rye and corn. Advances in wheat ranged up to more than 2 cents a bushel shortly after the opening bell. December rye advanced 10 cents a bushel, the limit for a single session, but later fell back as early demand dropped off. Demand for corn pushed prices up a cent or more despite the nearness of the harvest. Soybean advances ranged up to 4 cents a bushel at times, reflecting mainly stop-loss buying and evening up of commitments for the weekend. Wheat was 2 to 2'i cents a bushel higher, December $1.99 7 ,*; corn 1 to L% higher, December $t.lfi%; oats VA to % higher. December 69% cents; rye to 6 '/i cents higher, December $1.65 and soybeans 3 to 4 cents a bushel higher, November $2.67. Chicago Cash Of«ln CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No f yellow hard 2.07. Corn tfo 2 ytU low t.afkw*. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 71, Soybeans No % yellow 2.7 (H<!. Soybean oil n%b. Chicago Grain Hang* CHICAGO <AP>- Pre*. READ THE WANT ADS! High Low Close close Wheat Dec 2.04'i 1.98% 2.03V4 1.97% Mar 2.m 'i 2.01 VA 2.05'4 2.00% May 2.04 1 i 1.984 2.02 '/a 1.97V* Jul 1.70' i 1.67 1.B94 1 .66 Sep l.72 '/4 1.69 1.71% 1.68 Corn Dec 1.204 1.15% 1.20 1.15% Mar I.24 '-i 1.19 1.23% 1,18% May 1.27 1.20% 1.264 1.20% Jul 1.28% 1.22% 1.284 1.22% Oats Dec .71 VA .69% .70% .69% Mar .72% JVM .72% .71Vfc May .72% .70% .724 .70% Jul .69 .67% .69 .67 »/4 Rye Dec 1.50% 1.34 1.57% 1.49% Mar t.59% 1.51 1.594 t .50>4 May 1.58 1.50 1.58 1.484 Jul 1.464 1.38 1.45% 1.364 Soybca ns Nov 2.70 2.634 2.69% 2.63% Jan 2.74 2.68 2.734 2.87% Mar 2.77 2.71 2.76 4 2.70% May 2.B0'i 2.73 2.804 2.73 VA Jul 2.81 2.73% 2.80% 2.74 Aug 2.784 2.71% 2.78 2.71 READ THE WANT ADS1 RYE & WHEAT SEED BERGSTROM SEED & FEED CO. Woodhull, IU. 1 SeedV 1 PAWNEE • PONCA /heat 1 $^95 1 • OTTOWA Mm BU. 1 • SEED RYE bu. $2.20 1 1 DeForest Feed & Seed Co. 1 I Galesburg Abingdon 1 KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY SALE INC. KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS "Your First Local Auction. Vour Best Local Market." PHONE 289-9213 "SALE EVERY MONDAY" MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1962 SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 20 Whiteface heifers, wt. 425 lbs. 15 Black steers, wt. 700 lbs. 16 Black steers and heifers, wt. 800 lbs. 15 Black and Hereford steer calves. 52 Black and Hereford steers, wt. 700 lbs. 28 Mixed heifers, wt. 450-500 lbs. 60 Shoats, wt. 70 lbs. 32 Pigs, wt. 50 lbs. Unthrifty Hogs Will Not Be Accepted IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK TO SELL — Call Us for AJJ Estimate or An Appraisal W. E. Bruniga Bill Reynolds Knoxville Sale Co. Farmlngton CH 5 -2054 Galesburg, 111. 289-9213 289-9213 AUCTIONEERS Lewis Marks — Carl Stcck Chester White Boar & Gilt Sale MONDAY, SEPT. 30 - 7:30 P.M. at the Knox County Fairgrounds Selling 30 Boars and 50 Gilts Some groups of gilts for the commercial hog producers. Also a few gilts bred for early January litters. Many of the offering sired by the Illinois and Missouri Grand Champion Boar. HARLEY ALLEN ABINGDON, ILL.

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