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Media Area News Items MEDIA — 'lit*. Clata Shee- maker was a Sunday dinner'guest of Mrs.. Dixie Pearson at fiiggs- ville. Ttey also attended the Passion Play at Galesburg. Mrs. Nellie Palmer was host to the Pinochle Club Sept. 25. Mrs. Violet Sullivan wo nhigh score. The Media band will join in the parade it Burlington Saturday. Mrs. Edna Erickson attended funeral services Sunday for Mrs. Gusta Miller at Blandinsville. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reid and Sharon of Quincy, spent the weekend with his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Reid. Mr. and Mrs. E...ory Cavins had as Sunday dinner guests their son Donald, wife and Duane of Burlington, celebrating Duane's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Hickman attended a Leffler family gathering and dinner Sunday at the Lloyd Leffler home. Other guests were Ut: aftd Mrs. Norman r «s* ter of Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berresford and Mf. and Mrs. Harney White. Mr. land Mrs. Lowell Kumler of Aurora are the parents of a daughter born Friday, Grandpas ents ftre Mr. and Mrs. Harold Arourte. Miss Karen Galbraith of Rari' tan spent the weekend with Miss Debbie White. ,Mrs. Dan Sims of Carman vis* ited Sunday with Mrs. Edith White. ,William Musser sustained face burns last week while helping his (ion Ray burn refuse from a bean field. Fred Irish of Washington, D. C, spent last week with his cousin an/, family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wa"-r. Three-quarters of the 700,000 persons in Basutoland live crowded on the boulder-strewn, deeply eroded lowlands to raise meager crops of corn, wheat and vegetables. A major conservation program has been under way since 1936. CARNIVAL /// Bv Dick Tamer Geneseo Baby Baby Beef Show, Sale Set Oct. 7 Plans are nearlng completion for the 16th annual Henry County Baby Beef Show and Sale at the Geneseo Sale Barn Oct. 1, according to Gary Cowman, assistant farm adviser. This annual event, sponsored by the '(folesburo fteatetlf -MoilGdlesbufq',,J(1,, Wednesday, Oct, 2, 1963 37 Geneseo Chamber of Commerce and Geneseo Sales Co., provides an opportunity for 4*H and FPA members in the county to market their dub steers. Judging the show, which starts at 9 a.m., will be J, Robert Carr of Crawfordsville, Iowa. The steers will be shown according to breed and Weight. The auction will begin at 1 p.m. and individual buyers are welcome. North Henderson Brownie Scouts Elect Officers NORTH HENDERSON Brownie Scouts Troop 464 held its meeting Sept. 24 after school. Officers elected were: President, Terri Fox; vice president, Judy McCaw; secretary, Judy Brown j treasurer, Linda Wadhams; reporter, Jeannie Jones; guards, Lorf Lynch and Susan Miller; flagbearer, Diane Cllrte; *crin> book, Becky Ronton; Debbie Edwards, chairman of cleanup, and substitute colorbearer. 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