Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 13, 1973 · Page 18
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,1.4,, Friday, July 13, 1973 County Award, State Fair Winners Selected at Warren 4-H Festival MONMOUTH — County award and state fab* winner s were selected Thursday at the annual Warren County 4-H General Projects and Home Economics Stmt at Monmouth High School. »liays of food, arts, crafts, 3y an d other projects entered by members of all the 44t,;cluibs in the county filled the M ;large ailnpuripose room at the^chiool and the clothing division of the show concluded wittfr.a style show in the auditorium. Miss SaMy Burns, a meimiber of the Spring Grove Ag Club, was selected a champion showman-in the clothing division. Other county award winners were;. Showmanship, blue award winners: Sandy Kaywood, Ann But- ,„ler,.,Susan Hendel, Susan Allen, j and Jennifer Allen. « Showmanship, blue award win- i ners, junior level: Jane SuM- J van, Stephanie Stevenson, Lisa { Young, Jessica Blum, and Lin- 'drsfnith. Other Winners n Top 10 par cent in the county 'dress revue: Jennifer Allen, "Linda Smith, Susan Allen, Ca* thy.ircasteel,' Brenda Kepple, ' Janet Hanson, Ann Butler, Peg- gy'Brown, Sarah Elliott, Susan !3 Hendel, Laura Ross, Linette •• Van 'Tine, and Hope Stevenson. ' Best ol class county winners r ; we 're: Photography, John Robeson;'." Reading, John Robeson; Conservation, Karen Frey; and "Arts and Crafts, David Dan, forth. ,', state fair winners were: ir Clothing models: Ann Bubler, .:Lin.ette Van Tine, Susan Allen, :; and ,Brenda Kepple. The alternates are Hope Stevenson, Su, san • Hendel, Janet Hanson, and .Laura Ross. : Clothing Construction: Cathy 1 Castesl and Peggy Brown. The • • alternates are Sarah Elliott and"Jennifer Allen. s I Room improvement: Table "covers, Molly Brown. I '.' 'Xrt 's and Crafts: Vicki Shaw, ..mosaics; Mary White, stitchery; . Debra Hoosen, crochet and ^knitting; Robin Ray, carving ''and" casting; Brenda Keipiple, ...leather craft; Hope Stevenson, ^weaving; Howard Resoot, print- ( ,ing; " Susan Allen, painting; Kurt'Alden, photography 1; and John, Robeson, photograiphy 2. MONMOUTH Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News 112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 734 4)21 Store Robbed Second Time lllfelS^L, MONMOUTH - More than I S2.000 worth of merchandise was stolen Thursday night from Dixon's TV Sales and Service, 11% S. Main St., according to a report made to police today at 2:55 a.m. This is the second time in two weeks that major burglaries have occurred at the store. " Bill Dixon, owner and operator of the store, reported about | $2,000 worth of merchandise stolen. Junior level showmanship blue award winners at the Warren County 4-H General Projects and Home Economics Show Thursday were from left, Linda Smith, Roseville Win for Shoivmanship and Stephanie Stevenson, Lisa Young, Je i T Blum and Jane Sullivan, all of Monmomii (Register-Mail photos by Lorraine Stauih \ SSI Award Winners County award winners at the Warren County 4-H General Projects and Home Economics Show at Monmouth High School Thursday included from left, Kurt Alden, beginning photography: Howard Rescot, printing; Debra Hoosen, knitting and crocheting, and Hope Stevenson, weaving. Receive Honors Miss Sally Burns, top, of Spring Grove 4-H Club, received championship honors Thursday in the Warren County 4-H General Projects and Home Economics Show. Peggy Brown, below, holds a dress made by Kathy Casteel. The garments they made were selected Thursday to be exhibited in the clothing construction division at the Illinois State Fair. Both girls are from Galesburg. Sawing Contest Highlights Community's Anniversary ROSEVILLE - Pleasant weather prevailed at the park ifor .the third event in observance, of Roseville's 125th anni- .., versary. The program was held in conjunction with Roseville i ; High, School band's Wednesday -i night, concert. u During the intermission of the -concert, directed by Carroll 'Henderson, Mrs. Mike Cook, "mistress of ceremonies for the 1« women's contest, asked for 18 volunteers from the crowd. She hinted that the first contest would be a sewing contest but it turned out to be a sawing vcontest. Mrs. Carol Lee was the ii winner, using a hand saw to cut a board in half. '" Mrs. Carol Becraft won the '". second contest by getting the "most'seeds into a bucket while Studio Seeks c 'Sexy Snake ' HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Uni" versa! Studios is looking for a "sexy snake, a screen idol for *• the slithery set. The studio, in an announce- "-menf Thursday, noted that ' "snake films are expected to i'hi'l a high popularity level this ^year," | Consequently, the studio is; ' sponsoring _. beauty contest for j 'snakes to be held on Hollywood! Boulevard next Wednesday. ; "Contestant snakes will only be required to pose and curl," the announcement noted. "They ,,need not dance, sing nor do< dramatic scenes. Wigs and excessive makeup are discouraged." ,, The' announcement also repeated several times that contestants must be NON. VENOMOUS, just like that, all ,in capital letters. New Joy Bridge Brandt Construction Co., Milan, has been awarded a $128,332, .contract to construct a bridge 1 • on FAS 212, about two miles north of Joy, according to the Illinois Department of Transportation. loseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. O. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 eating a piece of watermelon. Mrs. Sandy Crosier won the hog-calling contest. She was able to get the animal to come to her side of the pen — the only contestant able to do so. The winners were awarded anniversary plaques. Next event will be a children's pet parade Saturday morning. Youngsters who want to participate should contact Don Coordes. Members of Roseville School District 200's Board of Education learned Tuesday that bids for gasoline and fuel oil were withheld until Aug. 13 to give companies time to give firmer quotations. Burlington Bakery, Burlington, Iowa, and Meadow Gold | Dairy were awarded contracts to supply hot lunchroom commodities. School officials said additional bus drivers are needed because two drivers have indicated that they will not return this fall. The board learned that the elementary school gymnasium floor has been refinished and other maintenance work is now in progress A card shower is being planned for Harrison Romine, who will be 85 years old Saturday. He had surgery recently but has now returned to the LaMoine Christian Nursing Home, Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Haines, Kirksville, Mo., recently visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harland Ewing. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Barnard White Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Sid Jacobs and family and Mrs. Winnie Lefler, of Chandler, Ariz. Committee members of the arts and crafts show are asking for volunteers to demonstrate tatting at the show scheduled Aug. 4 at the old high school. Hours of the show will be from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Demonstrations, including crocheting, knitting and hairpin lace, will be given during the day. Volunteers may contact Mrs. Carol Becraft. planning o party? a collection of smart new invitations just received in THE TOP DRAWER open fri. till 9 p.m. 433 east main BANK of GALESBURG Announces NEW SAVINGS INTEREST RATES That We Can Now Pay You Leighton's Sundries CORNER BERRIEN & CHAMBERS STS. AMBASSADOR STATIONERY CANDLES and Gifts For All Occasions LADIES 5 pr. $£00 Pierced EARRINGS April Shower Cologne Leather Purses MEN Hand Tooled < BILLFOLDS Moustache ; Cups Hai Karate BABIES Record Book $2.19 Shawls $3.19 Brush & Comb Sets -$1.19 CHILDREN Straw Hats 59c Boys Wallets 1.29 Yarn Hair Ties E _tt_MM_- Maximum Rates Allowed By New Reglations DAILY PASSBOOK Szr.5% Dl HE AUID Minimum $1.00 £1/ A/ DLUC Vnlr Elective July 1, 1973 _____ Q*/2 /O 90 DAY CERTIFICATES 5V 2 % 1 Year - Vk Year Certificates 6% 2 1 2 Year - 4 Year Certificates 6Y2% Join the BANK OF GALESBURG Today -Home of Free Checking and Free Checks "The Bank Thot Leads The Way" Bank of Galesburg mi I Open Weekdays 7 AM - 8 MAIN & KELLOGG MEMBER F.D.I.C. PH. 343-4141 - MONMOUTH -____-____•__•___•_-_•_•_• Community Memorial Hospital Admissions Wednesday: Clair Brown, Mrs. Margaret V. Harris, Mrs. William K. Olark, Miss Laurie WoodaM, William McDorman, Mrs. Lee McOullough, Monmouth. Dismissals Wednesday: Mrs. Jack Roundtree, Miss Peggy Gittings, Monmouth; Mrs. DoniaM Millard, Oquawka. Freight Train Kills Four Men POCATELLO, Idaho (UPI) Four men were killed and two others injured Thursday when a Union Pacific freight train plowed into a section gang carrying old ties _rom one side of the track to a truck on the other side. The four victims were standing in the middle of the main line track in front of the J. R. Simploit fertilizer plant when they were hit by the 104-car train. Two men were dragged several hundred feet under the tr/ain. Two others were hurled to either side of itihe track. In the first burglary, the robbers gained entry through an attic window. Last night, the burglars forced open the front door of the building. Dixon said today he is not sure whether his insurance will cover the losses since he still hasn't received a reply concerning the first burglary. First Aid Course Is Scheduled MONMOUTH - The Warren County Farm Bureau Women's Safety Committee is sponsoring a Red Cross First Aid Course scheduled to begin July 23. Classes will! be from 7-9 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Building July 23, 25, and 30, and on Aug. 1. Mrs. Carl Schreck, chairman of the Safety Committee, said today the course is limited to 10 people and registrations are now being accepted at the Farm Bureau office. Hughes Lauds Golf Shot TROON, Scotland (UPI) Gene Slarazen'g hole-in-one at the British Open golf championship Wednesday brought a congratulatory telegram from an old golfing partner—Howard Hughes—Sarazen said today. The telegram, the first public communication the multimillionaire recluse has made in Britain since holing up in a London hotel in December, read: "Congratulations, you haven't changed a bit." "I used to play with him, but that was 40 years ago. I haven't seen much of him since," said the 71-year-old Sanazen, who had an "ace" at the eighth hole in the first round. mm CAMPERS SPECIALS 1 SALE GOOD THRU % FRIDAY, JULY 20 | Camp Kit by Tru Temper 0 jAAake your camping easeir and more fun. ^jj § Kit consists of shovel, axe and saw. >g Reg. $18.79 $|J03 CAMPER COOKING SET Old fashion camper set — includes steel camp toaster and J a mini-oven plus a camp shovel. Reg. $6.25 $£00 PICNIC JUGS Sizes and styles to fit all needs. 5% off CUTLERY TRAY Keep silverware in when not in use, Sanitary, easy to wipe clean. Reg. $1.03 £9g UTILITY DISH PAN Reg. $1.88 FREE ACCESSORY CATALOG With $10 Purchase j- The Pleasure People of •* _£ I Camping I HOPPING S I p nwr r u^\* * & ^ RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SERVICE AND SALES SB 101 W. Morion St. - East Galesburg §j Phone 342-6115 M 1

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