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MM. IfsHV-Ef '-CUIIIIi . m e. tap st:, died Tin* day *t I p,m. it Cinof• Pirk\ Calif. J " Born ;J»n. M, 1U3> in Macon*, Mi iinirHed fivitctt tonus in Moftffifttih on June » 19J6. m wrtim with thfn sons, piuld, firry and Dinky, all of OalatbUff; two daughters, Mrt. Attn (Kathryn) Stotts MTtd MM. Joe (Bonnie) Parrlsh, both ki California, and two stittnrMrs. Mary Thtir man, Abingdon, and Mrs. He! en Gilntl of jndiana, She #at a member of First Christian Church and had been employed as a aales clerk for both KJfitge's and Gambles In Galesbttft. : - Funefal will be Saturday at 1:30 p .m. at Hinchliff.Pearson. West Chapel, where friends may call Friday after 8 p.m. Burial will bd at Oak Lawn Memorial Oardeffi; ; / • ARTHUR W. FISHER ROSfiVILLE — Arthur W. Fisher; 87, Rostville, died Wednepdiy at lOtSIf p.m. at the Americana Nursing Center, Galesburg. He Was born Feb. 2, 1886, in Plymouth, England, and map ried Louise Enhis on Sept. 23, 1918, in Monmouth. She died in November 1968, -' Mr. Fisher wis a country club manager and eame to Rose* ville in 4969. He. was a charter membirvof ihe Club laagers' Association of America. Surviving are two nieces, Mrs. John Felt; Rosevilie, and Miss juinita Charlson, Galesburg, and two nephews, Phil Burrili , Rosevilli, and John Charlson, Galesburg. ' Private funeral services will be ,at Gorman Memorial Home, FUNERAL HOME KNOXVIlit, IUINOIS Mrtv Wayns (Jane) Rosen* 704 E. North St.,. Knoxville, 01. Funeral Services : 2 P.M. - FRIDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may eall this evening at the funeral home. Interment in the Knoxville Cemetery. . Ernest L. Piersen Galesburg Rd., Knoxville, 111. Funeral Services; 2 P.M. - SATURDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. Interment, Knoxville Cemetery, Memorials may be made to the Grace Lutheran Church, Knoxville and may be left at the funeral home, CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME Rosevilie • Avon London Mills. . Mrs, Gertrude Pratt Age 83 Rosevilie, Illinois Services: 10:30 A.M. - FRIDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL . HOME, ROSE VILLE; Visitation this evening 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Burial in Rose­ vilie Cemetery. Raymond Pordyce Age 68 Abingdon, |U, Services: 2:30 P.M. - FRIDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILIE. Burial in Rosevilie Memorial Park Cemetery. Arthur W. Fisher Af«« RptvUle, 111. Private Services: 1 P.M. - SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. There will be no visitation. Burial in Olive Cemetery. tafplit, wMi Rtv, Ptm Mpttfc; ptittr of mSm ma Mtuwdiit chart*, ofn* clatlni. Burial will bt it Otive Cemetery near Greenbush, There wUl be no visitation, MRS. RAY LYOBON k KNOXVILLE - Funeral for Mrs. Ray (Goldie) Lyddoti, 73, of 741 Ella St., Galesburg, who died Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital, was Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. Raymond Marquith, pastor of East Galesburg Community Church, officiating. Burial was In Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers^ were John R. McCoy, D. E. Ramey, Donald B. Knutson and Tim C. Attaway. HARRY PIPER JBiU MONMOUTH ~ Harry Piper Jr., 46, of 207 S. A St., died Wednesday shortly before noon at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born Sept. 9, 16S6, at Rosevilie, and was reared and educated In Monmouth. He married June Cornett on Oct. 13, 1951, at Danville; They moved <to Monmouth 20 years ago. He was a painter. He attended the Four-Square Gospel Church, aitd was a World War II veteran. , Surviving with his widow are three sons, Perry,, Steven and Chris, all of Monmouth; a grandchild; two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Dolly) Logsdon, Monmouth, and Mrs. Robert (Norma Jean) Selfridge, Ga'^sburg, and two brothers, Frank of Aledo and Wayne .of Danville. Funeral will be Friday at 2:30 p.m. at Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. Harry Poling, pastor of the Four-Square Church, Will officiate. Burial, will be at Monmouth Cemetery, Friends may call at the Hoover chapel today and Friday until the hour of service. . RAYMOND FORDYCE ABINGDON - Raymond For dyce, 67, Abingdon; died Wednesday ttt 12:30 p.m. at Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, He was born Feb. 19, 1906, in Stronghurst. He was a World VVar II. veteran, serving in Eu rope. He was a member of Rosevfyg United Methodist Church and the Lawson-Babbitt American Legion Post. He lived most of his life irt Rosevilie and Abingdon. Surviving are two brothers, Wilbert of Globe, Ariz., and Harold of Monmouth; two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Thompson, Galesburg, and Mrs. Marie Atkins, Dallas City, and nieces and- nephews. Funeral will be Friday at 2:30 p.m. at Gorman Memorial Home, Rosevilie, with Rev. Jos Martin Lee, pastor of Disco United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be at Rose­ vilie Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will-be Thursday evening at the funeral home. MRS. LAURA F. BICKEL Mrs. Laura F. Bickel, 92, 120 E. North St., died Wednesday at 6:40 p.m. at Millionaire Manor. Born Jan. 19, 1881, at Altamont, Kan., she married Dan Bickel on Dec. 31, 1912, in St. Louis, Mo. He died in 1935. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs, Cora Coward and Miss Alice Ferrier, both of St. Louis, Mo. She operated the Goodie Shop on East Simmons Street and later on Monmouth Boulevard. Funeral will be Friday at 1:30 Mr m tmffltombmm CtapfL Wh6tt visitation will bt thli evening at tin chapel, But. Ill will bi in Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Helen B, Moonty Memorial Fund in cart of the Batik of Galesburg, the family said. • ARUB C. DUGGAN8 ABINGDON - Funtrtl tor Artie aiffort Dugsjans, 66, of Abingdon, who died Tueaday at St, Mary's Hospital, GsJeeburg, W«i today at 2 p.m. at the Lar son Funeral Home with Rev. Carroll Ochaner, pastor of Ma quon United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Abingjdon Cemetery. Pallbearers wen Jess Quint, Harry Tlnkham, Ronald DeJaynes and Gordon Slay, MRS. MILDRETDUDKN Mrs. Mildred Duden, 60, of 960 W. Losey St., died Wednesday at 11 p.m. at St. Mary's Hos pital. The former Mildred Scott was born Feb. 8, 1913, in McLeans boro, and married Lloyd Dudcn on Dec. 31, 1934, in Galesburg. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, the Silver Streak Lodge of Burlington Northern Veterans. Surviving are her husband; two brothers, Roy Scott, Frederick, and John Oeth, Galesburg, and two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Gordon, Sand Point, Idaho, and Mrs. Geraldine Johnson, Galesburg. Funeral will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call Friday evening at the chapel. / ERNEST L. PIERSON KNOXVILLE - Ernest L. F'ierson, 65, Knoxville, died Wednesday at 10:55 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Galesburg. He was born Oct. 21, 1907, in Knoxville, and married Mary Wilson in 1930. He married Mildred Sanborn on Jan, 20, 1955, in Knoxville. He was a grocer in Knoxville and a custodian at Knox College and for Knoxville School District 202. He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church. Surviving are his widow; t son, Thomas of Somerville, N. J.; a daughter, Mrs. William (Marilyn) Hardy, Soottsdale, Ariz.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Robert (Joan) Cramer, Waukesha, Wis.; two sisters, Mrs Eunice Palohgren and Mrs. Madeline Nelson, both of Knox viMe, and five grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 2 p. m. at Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville, with Rev. L.'oyd Kittlaus, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be at Knoxville Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Grace Lutheran Church, the family said. Miner Dies From Injuries CHESTERFIELD, England (UPI) — Another miner injured in Monday's Markham colliery elevator disaster died today, raising the death toll to 15, a Coal Board spokesman said. The condition of the 15 other miners injured in the accident ranged from "serious" to "critical" today, a hospital spokesman said. H!nC ffisim SUNESAl DIRECTOII U»W* •fU '4070 WfcST FREMONTITSSIT OAifssuae MRS. JESSIE FREESE - Sacramento, California, formerly of Galesburg. Graveside services 10:30 A.M. Friday Knoxville Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to first Christian Church. MRS. LAURA F, BICKEL - 110 E. North St, Services 1:30 PM. Friday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Helen 1, Moeney Memorial Fund, care of Bank of Galesburg. MRS. LLOYD E. DUDEN - 980 W. bosey St. Services 10 A.M. Saturday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call Friday evening at the chapel. Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. EVERETT E. CURTIS — 838 E. Brooks St. Services 1.30 P.M Saturday at Hinchliff-Peatson-West Chapel. Friends may call after 8 P.M. Friday at the Chapel. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. HOSPITAL NOTES St,Matffr T i ADMnttONS WttNtlDAYi MlM tyMtCampMl, Mrs. Evelyn Coif an, Manlca Mrs. Mildred Dujwif A M0 W. Loaty 8w Mrs, lata Mae Eckman, Knojtvllle Mrt, Maul Fit, Kawanat Tomm Harrison, _ MS Monmouth Blvd. E, Kelso, Maquoa Mrs. Dorothy Kilpatrlck, Abingdon Miss Angela B. Kennedy, Monmouth Mrs. Marcia McClore, Galetburg Route 3 John Thomas Moraskt, Kewanee Charles O. Ottourke, New Windsor Stephen Ruebush, Wataga Frank Sargent, Laura Ray T. Smith, Abingdon Mrs, Queen M. Wells, ail N. Farhham St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY! Mrs. Doris J. Davis, 1837 McKnlght St. Cecil Green, Knoxville Jeffrey E. Taylor, 724 W. First St. Miss Susan Lynn Hogan, Abingdon Mrs. Myrtle V. Park, Ml Ella St. Mrs. Patricia Dalgneault, Cameron Milton M: Stegall, Abingdon Mrs. Judith A. Plasters, Abingdon Mrs. Judy L. Bell, Williamsfleld Carl Buckley. Galesburg State Research Hosoltal Mrs. Harriet Smead, 46 N. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Sharon K. Nelson, 1492 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Charlotte L. Parker, 416 Manle Ave. Mrs: Mellie Mae Music, 701 N. Cedar Stf *>rothy F. Simons, Wataaa T.t'i'an L. Riggle, 6 Chestnut St. < Wi'liam Elgin, Cincinnati Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY/ L. Charles Angelo, Avon Tammie S. Blickem, Wataga Mrs. Willie L. Calhoon, 1116 Lyman St. John S. Crosby, 126 Michigan Ave. Scott E. Dahl, 341 Jefferson St. Mrs. Bonnie M. Harris, 569 Rio St. | Mrs. Iris I. Hawn, Keithsburg Deanna L. Holeman, Avon Karla A. Holeman, Avon Mrs. Bertha M. Hunt, Bishop Hill Mrs. Marjorie I. Jones, Kewanee Mrs. Nancy L. Jones, Gilson Mrs. Sandra L. McKee, Knoxville Robert J. Miller, Alexis Mrs. Madeline L. Morrison, 915 E. Davton St. Mrs. Mary E. Olson, Gilson Tammi K. Smith, 1735 Robertson Ave. M»-s. Louise H. Swanson, Wataga Mrs. Merle A. Van Winkle, 1167 S. Pearl St. Mervvn W. Stevens, Knoxville DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY: Michael A. Berrv, 1844 Indiana Dr. Brian K. Woolley. Lee's Summit. Mo. Miss Christine M. Gilson, 938 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Cathv D. Brackett, 1610 Willard St. Mrs. Janice L. Bragg, Gilson Edward E. Gulledge, Algonquin Mrs. Mary A. Watson, East Moline Soott R. Moore, Williamsfield Mrs. Bertha G. Lyon, 1042 Monroe St. Mrs. Clara Padilla, 1S»7 McKnieht St. Emil E. Sundberg, 1735 Indiana Dr. Mrs. Connie M. Payne, Monmouth GolesburQ Register-Moil,_Golesburg, III. Thursday, Aug. 2, j 9ffi. .15 Today 9 s Record Traffic Court Traffic violations resulted in fatt far 14 persons Wednesday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court. Fined for speeding wen John O. Titus, 53, Monmouth. Ill, and Mary L. Argo, M, Moline, and John T, BarreU, 17, Ipava, |15 each, Paying $10 speeding fines wan Marguerite V. Smalley, 67, Monmouth, and Agnes M. Cosed, 24, lOMS. Cedar St Failing to yield the right of way resulted in $10 fines for Elisabeth I. Regula, 40, 1232 Frank St., Donald W. Asher, 53, MO E .South St., and Thomas P. Mates, 21, 404 S. Chambers St. Others fined $10 were Ronald J. Smith, 20, MO Ohio Ave., excessive acceleration; Gus J. Theodore, 35, Kewanee, viola tlon of his license permit; David J. Shultz, 20, 876 W. Dayton St., turning violation; Jack H. Horner, 32, Monmouth, obstruct ing traffic; Donald L. White, 30, of near Galesburg, violation of license classification, and Jimmie L. Shaw, 10, 7M E, Main St., falling to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Traffic Accidents No serious injuries were reported in five traffic accidents investigated Wednesday by Galesburg police, Vicki L. Swenson, 17, 1516 Webster St., was cited for turning violation after her car was involved in a collision at U:39 a. m. with one driven by Jessie M. Speak, 78, 1801 Clay Dr. The mishap occurred In the first block of Blaine Avenue. .The corner of Main and Pearl streets was the scene of an accident at 12:14 p.m. when a car driven by Dorothy L. Eaves, 25, 441 S. Chambers St., hit one driven by Thomas M. Anderson, 26, 1747 S. Cherry St. Anderson was cited for driving through an obstructed traffic lane. Juan D. Duarte, 26, 1561 Mc­ Knlght St., was charged with a speeding restriction violation after his car hit the back of one operated by Jeffery P. Finch, 19, 413 Lombard St., at 4:40 p.m. !n the 1400 block of Monmouth Boulevard. No charges were made after a mishap in the 100 block of West Main Street at 7:13 p. m. when a car driven by Debra A. Stanley, 20, 1720 E. Main St., hit one driven by David Glas- Arrctu Ama MMM * la ami, 26 61? leWoour*, wis afnated nmmm at am. ** Irving stauor to a minor. The tnolAit occurnd earlier at bar ^ Larry Alan Fw, i», 140 W. Prospect St, and Donald E HateMs, 1M MIcMsjan Ave. ^^^^^^L ^^g ^^k ^^^^a '•HJ ^BslsfcMisi ^iauia XiMa were amassn wwiwaaay tor diaordsrty conduct They had retwrtedry hanaasd a local taxi company by intertsrtng with i!e radio calls on a cHisen^a band radio. Divorces Granted MONMOUTH - Mental cruelty was the grounds for three nvoroes ajrantea wasnanay m Warren County circuit Court DitialKay Anderson m given a divorce from Kenneth Frank Anderson. They w< married Nov. 14, 1072. Carolyn Sue Short was awarded a divorce from John Edward Short and given custody of two minor children. The Shorts wen married Jan. 6, 1968, at Monmouth. Jacqueline A, Chandlae was granted a divorce from Roy fi. Chandlee, and custody of four minor children went to the mother. The couple was mar ried June 14, 1967, at Galesburg. Market(Continued from page 5) Here Are Results From Knox Fair {OmamAftm Page 3) Huvr ais^avaa^MWv • Petei-son. 11. — .MftrtM* Thtiltn, Ab- maamr Anim sisnaon, Joy, fnti Osrison, AiteiM, n, Al- Oalci. >urg. nemisss —* austn Cariso - MyUts ahnf *i bftr|, ShsUt lUfgi, Qtinbx Ablntd«n: AndfM Mnt^ThtiMn. riff CtolhMi MttH Anton, Mttr- k«r «lM rioM, Gilson. SuMn Carlson, Karen Koran Carlson, Susan Carlson. OUlf II Carlaon. Slacka — Phyllis Shrasal; A URG I A O'Connor, Wata«a, Shctla Rlggs. Othat Arlletast 9UM Malt — Marlenft Thellcn. Kali Afllcla - Nancy Fey, Abingdon; Susan Carlton, Anitela O'Connor. m „ , Amai — Susan Carlton. BiaiknMafta — Marten* Theiien, Susan Carlaon, Jodl Ptekrcl, Gales- Tayt — Karen Carlaon, Susan Carlaon, Sua Cochran, Gales bur|, touMty Alpha, Dea«rlmMi I WiUa S>lym*«iht . . oack — Robert Brigts, Jamas Batheii, Alpha, Man — Aobtrt BrlMi. Catkafal — Jamta Tjetheli, nob art Briigi, Pat Stiboldt PnUaf Br !fS«. James Bethall. Yatinf Pan Robert Brlflfs, Robert lethall. JStntS Bethell, Rob ton, DC, at 75 cents a pound; eggs up -10 cents to 89 cents a dozen in San Francisco; no changes at sample-.supermarkets in Los Angeles and Pittsburgh; milk going for 50 cents the half, gallon in Columbus (on sale) and bread up 2Mi cents in Boston, to 27% cents n loaf along with chicken —up 9 cents to 79 cents a pound. Scattered beef shortages were reported In New York, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Portland, Ore., Chicago, Richmond,'Va., Columbus, Ohio; Hartford, Conn.; and Newark, N.J. No Problems art Briias Silver WrandollMt Cecil — Robert Brings. Han — Robert Brlgis. Cockerel — Robert Btlggs, Robert — Robert Brlfgs While WyaneMleet Cecil - Robert Brlggs. Mm -r Robert Brlggs. Puller- Robert Bf'ggs. eelttmhia WyM«elleai Caekeret — Robert Brlggs. Robert "Wis -r Robert Brtjgs. Bees cemh fUiede taliM Beds Ceeketel — Robert Brlggs. Pullet — Robert Brlggs, Robert Slaek 'jeieeirOlMlti. Ceok -^Robert Brligs. Men - Robert BrtgA. American Brest-While Rock Men - Robert Brlggl. Aslalle Bull Cechlni Cock — James Bethell. Men — Jamee Bethell. Ceeketel — James Bethel, Robert firsts bofdt.' Hamie Shinn, Pal Set- £*aeti -?%amie Shlnn. PIMM) Mamie Shlnn. Deptrtinent M-l — fine Atls Chine and Olass Paiaiihj.. Pair oi MU, Peeeer Shakers — Inea SwiUW, Wifuamsfieid,, Mrs. Wifli Dale Shragal, James Bethell, Robert lei old" Pen — James Bethell. Young Pen — James Bethell. Aslalle Partridge Ceehlnt Cock — Robert Brlggs. Men — Robert Brlggs. Ceeketel — Robert Brlggs. Pullet — Robert Brlggs. Aslalle Black Laneshan: Cock — Robert Brlggs. In Los Angeles, however, Lee Pollack, director Of meat and merchandising for the Ralph's supermarkets, says he has had no problems meeting the demand. Despite that, he has refrained from advertising beef because he fears a run on the stores. There, was a similar report from the Acme chain in Philadelphia. The man who runs the No tickets were McDonalds quick-food chain in i western New York said his novteh, 20, 714 S. Henderson St . Wll- Cars driven by Mary A herding, 18, 564 E. Losey St., and Robert A. Lovell, 21, 1132 Huber St., collided at 7:48 p.m. at the corner of Main and Lincoln streets issued. _ _ _ s; MedUerraneen Moiled *Xncona: Cockerel — Robert Brlggs. Pullet — Robert Brlggs. Mediterranean B.C. Brown Leghorn: Hen Besetle — Robert Brlggs. English B.C. Bull Otplngion: 'restaurants may be running out A Stronghurst of meat for hamburgers. MONMOUTH woman received minor injuries Wednesday at 6:10 p.m. when the car she was driving struck a farm tractor. Mrs. Mary J. Schroeder, 26, Stronghurst, told state police she would see her family physician for treatment t^SJ^JSS'JIf^l A spokesman for B. F. Good- Schroeder was driving west on| rlch ^ thfi ^ shortage may have my problems in about two or three weeks," said Gerald Brownrout. "I suppose we can always feature chicken or fish." To Shut Down itglisb l. _ . Cock — Robert Brlggs. Hen — Robert Brlggs. Cockerel — Robert Brlggs, ert Brlggs. PuUel — Robert Brlggs. English S.C. While Oiphlnglon: Hen — Robert Brtr njllsk While _CornT Coi ockerei — Robert Brlggs Bngli* Dark Cernlaht a black-top road about five miiles northwest of Stronghurst when a tractor driven by Larry G. Anderson, 30, Stronghurst, turned left into the path of her auto. Anderson Was charged. , , , ... with failure to yield right of< tre ** 0 ***?, f™ 1 * h » ve "snowballing" effect in the car Industry. will cause the tire industry to shut down in a matter of weeks because tires are made with tallow, a byproduct of cattle carcasses. He warned that a a way. ikerel — nciieh Dark Cockerel — Robert Brlggs. Chtmjslon English Breed i Cock — Robert Brlggs. Ceeketel — Jamaa Bethell Bantams White Cochin i Cock — Robert Brlggs, Robert Brlggs. . Hen — Robert Brlggs, Robert Brlggs. Old Pen — Robert Brlggs. Bantams: Champion While Cochin Cock — Robert Brlggs. Black Cochin! Cock — Robert Brlggs. Hen — Robert Brlggs. Champion Men —Ttobert Brlggs. Bantema Rhode Itlan? Reds: Hen — James Bethell, James Bethell, Robert Brlggs Cockerel — James B» ethell, James Bethell Puttet — James Bethell, Divorres FHfd KNOX COUNTY-Nancy Ann Cain against John Robert Cain. CAP Finds Lost Plane, 2 Are Dead Sell* Beer, Not Beef CHJCAGO (UPI) - Gaorge Laskaris, manager of Grocery Land, has filled up bis meat counter with cold beer. "A few customers complained at firat» Utsfcaris aaid Wednes- com- jfciaining because they cannot buy the fresh meat any more with this kind of prices. "If meat prices go down, I'll put fresh meat again,'' Laskiris wxi- "But lateJy, I cannot sell any meat. My customers used >'o buy meat, now tfvey buy frozen dinners and cold beer, and they go happy." Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Katherine Lorraine Hainline, 121 W. Fremont St., and Leland L. Cole, CHICAGO (UPI)r^The Civil 1444 Harrison St. Air Patrol today diacovered the wreckage of a single engine air- rirenlt r <uipi P lane beh«ved to be that' of a Four persons were each fined P lanB piloto ^ ^ Robert Ferd€! " P(>ur pereons were eacn fmea witz rf , $100 Wednasday in Knox Coun ty Circuit Court. Danny Fiynn, 23, 836 Wisconsin Ave., and John Ekiward Strickland, 21, Knoxviiie, were each fined tor battery. Gloria M. Aauirre, 17, 111 Walnut Ave., waa fined for possession of tost or stolen property — reduced from theft stemming from a shopdilting incident Mark p. Duncan, 20, Strong- nurat, was fined for illegal^ consiinjrig liquor. Gary Dean Kenney, 36, Gai- va, and James C. Cole, 30, of near Gatefiburg, were each fined $15 for disarderiy conduct. Tot Dies in Fire BELLEVILLE, W. (UPI) Jasen Toben, 2, was killed Wednesday in a fire and explosion at his home in Belleville. Two bodies, believed to be those of Perdelwitt, 42, and his daughter, Donna, 22, were found in the wreckage. The Civil Air Patrol said the plane was discovered near Seneca in La 8eu> County in an open field. Official* aaid the craft was badly amsshed, but did not appear to have burned. Perdeiwitz and his daughter left Mount Hawjey Airport near Peoria on Tuesday bound for Chicagoland Airport at Wheeling. Miss PerdeiwiU, who was to have been married soon, had planned to fly a friend home with her, and torn shop for a trousseau. She wan graduated in the spring from Western Illinois University at Macomb, Her family said she had been hired to teach in the Kewanee school system. Hen — .Bobart Btlggs Asiatic While Lengthen i Coek — Robert Brlggs. Hen — Robert Brlggs. Cockerel — Robert, Brlggs. Aaletle Llfht Brehmai Men r~ Botoert Brlggs. Ceeketel — Robert Brlggs. Puller— Robert. Brlfgs. Aslalle Bull Coohlnt Cockerel Beeeile — James Beth ell. • • • ' Mediterranean B.C. Brown Leghorn i Haa -r Robert Brine. Ceeketel — Robert Brlggs. PuUel — Robert Brlggs. MesUlerrueen B.C. Brewn Leghorn: Men — Robert Brlgfs. Cockerel — Robert Bu-lggs. MeaUgrreneea B.C. White Leghorn: Ceeketel — Robert Brlggs. Pullet — Robert Brlggs, Robert Dale Gtendening, Galesburg. Pitcher ot Vase — Mrs. Olenderting, Inez Switzer. Bowl — Inez Switzer, Inet'Swlt- ser. cover Box — Inez Swit2er, in*z Switter. Plate — m «z Switzer; Mrs. Dale Glendenlng, Mrs. Dale Glendenlng. Pleiere or Wall Hanctne Inez Switzer; Inez Switzer, Mrs. Dale Glendeniiiff. - Sieln or Mugs — Mrs. Dale Glen­ denlng. Ceramics: Cookie Jar — Thelitis Cortover, Gilson. Planter or Vase — Mrs., Paul Linn. GalcsburR, Thelma Conovcr. Decorated Ornament — Thflma Conover; Mrs. Paul Linn, Mrs. Paul Linn. Bird, Animal or Fish — Thelma Conover. Thelma Conover. * Textile Painting t \ Any Household Item — Kalhy Roth, C. Peoria; Barbara Rice, Gilson, Janet De Gulie, Falrview. Woodcraft: MJseeuaneeus — Lorene Hicks, Galesburg; Lorene Hicks, Scott Howe, Knoxville. Artificial Flowers, Handmade: Bummer Arrangement — Knthy Roth; Freda Blair, Lewistown, Mayme Jones, Gilson. winter or Fall Arrangement — Sandra Cochran, Galesburg; Kathy Roth, Mrs. Donna Grubb, Gilson. All Year-Bound Arrangement — .Toe R. DuPrcy, Gilson; IJebble Steck, Wntaga, Mrs. Donna qrubb. Felt Cratt: Mleceilnneous Decorated —• Jean Curtis. Gilson: Phyllis Galesburg, Kathy Roth. Useful Item Mrs. Tlay Crfrlson. Altona; Hose Hammorlund, Gnles- hurg, Knthy Roth. , Bluffed Animals — Mrs., Carl Nyman, Galesburg, Mrs. Ray.Carl­ son. Tineraft: < Miscellaneous Items — Mayme Jones. . Jewelry: Crocheted — Donna Grubb; Mrs. William Hoben, Knoxville, . Mrs. William Hoben. Handstrung — Freda Blair:'Martha Tolley, Galesburg. Lorene Hicks. Rocks — Kathy Roth, kathy Roth. Shell — Kathy floth. Knthy Both. Miscellaneous — Inez Swlt/.cr: Inez Switzer, Sandra Cochran. Homo Workshop Projects of Wood: Jig Saw Article — Mayme Jones, Mrs. William Hoben. ; Toys — Marlys Brown, Mjihnnict; Harry Rosone, Knoxville. Small Furniture — E. .1. Hess. Gnlesbur?: Harry Rosene, Scott Howe, Knoxville. * Cendleholdert ot stand or ^eital — Scott Howe. . Small Furniture — fllchnrd .Bllxt. Henderson: David Wells. Tnst Hn'eshurp. Graphic Arts—The Roy Smith Memorial Prlsi* In Art: Portrait — Steve Thellen. Ablnstlon: nifk Peterson, Galesburg; Susan Sultz. Williamsfield. Lendscap* — Steve Thellen, Connie Pechorich. Rio; Rick Peterson, Andren Dupuy. Still LU« — Steve Thellen, Rick Peterson. Susan Sultz, Jane Gustafson. Animals — Rick Peterson, Susan Suit/., Rick Peterson, Steve Thell­ cn. Abstract — Steve Thellen,. Jane Meeftrraneu. B.B. While Leghorn! . Ceeketel — Robert Brlggs, Robert Brlgga, Pullet — Robert Brlggs Rob- Dupuy, Susan Sultz, Rick Peterson. *,* Mt ,°f S J I0W ~ T" 0 R°y •Smith Memorial Prize in Art — Steve Theiien. ' Hobby Boy's: Model Cars — Richard Blixi. Model Plana* — Jan Dupuy, Gilson. Machinery — Kevin Thellen, Abingdon. . Hobby, Girl's: Miscellaneous — Andrea Dupuv, Kelly Glbbs. Victoria. ' Hobby Collections: Reeks — .7. F. Burgess, Knoxville; Richard BUxt. Fogilli — Sue Cochran, Galesburg; Richard Bllxt. : Shells — Richard Blixt. • Match Book Collection Sue Cochran, Richard Blixt. Souvenlra - Miscellaneous — Jim Inness. Galesburg: Richard Rlixt. CraJt Hems — Elaine Qurner, Yates City; Phyllis Shragal* Jane Ousta/son. Art-Graphic: Portrait — Harvey Reese, Abingdon; Lois McCoy, Trlvoll;' Eric Plate, Maquon, Eric Plate. ' Landscape — Jane Olirfstcad, Galesburg: Jane Olmstead, Nancy Shane, Knoxville; Mary Brock, Knoxville. SHU Life or Nature Study — Lois McCoy. Kathy Roth, Mrs. Gary Foster, Galesburg; Lois McCoy. • Abstract or Design — Kathy Roth: Kalhy Roth: Mary Brock, Barbara Mittman. Galesburg.' Animals — Kathy Roth., Jane Olmsteari, Lois McCoy, Kathy Roth. Board Arts: Decoupage — Helen Caldwell, Jane Olmstead, Jane Olmstead. Oils - Donna Dralle, Galesburg; Lois McCoy, Lois McCov. Acrylics — Lots McCoy: Kathy Roth. Lorene Piatt, Maquon., Burlap Crafts: ,' Wall Hanging — Jovcc Mar\giere; Ka'hv Roth, Mayme Jones. Pune* — Helen Caldwell, Marlys Brian. Young Pen — Robert Brlggs. Ckameien Hen — James Bethell. Bantams Light Brahmes: Cock — Robert Brlggs, Bethell r>, w„... Brown. Robeit Miscellaneous Marlys Brown, Hen Brlggs. Jamaa Bethell, Mayme Jones. M pu «Ts e: - Ralph Otto. Elmf ood. BeU» - Ralph Otto; Ralph Otto, James Sanf j n , Cochran. Wall Hangin? Sandra Cochran; Teri, O'Conner, Shane. Robert, S; ,' n " d Y' r| coehran WataHB. Miscellaneous Crafti: Eqq Cartons — Nancy Mnvme Jones. Home Cut Glass Items — Lois . MnCov. J»n I.entz, Knoxville. i Bleach Bottles — Margaret. Otto, Robert; Kim wood: Mavme Jones. Mrs. Ray <-^i .__.i „...„. (Carlson. Altona •rt ^SK"' ~ R °bert Briggs, Rob- Stvrofoom Art - Gladvs Voeller. erv ori«gs. Galeshurp: Donna Olinger, Cales.« _ B n h.rt T!,,h,.rt V,u,„ Kalhv Roth. McCoy, Mayme Cockerel — Robert Brlggs. Pullet — James Bethell. Young Pen — Robert Brlggs Chemelon Ceek — Robert Briggs. Bantema Dark Braluaess Cock •— Robert Brlggs. Hen — Robert Briggs, Brlggs. Pullef*— Robert Brlggs, Robert hur'e, Kathy Roth. Brlggs. _ ' _ Marble — Lois Young Ptn — Robert Briggs Jones. Champion Pullet — Robert Tola Painting Brlggs. | Dupuy, Gilson; Bantams Qelsjen feektlght: McCoy. '. Brli John and Roslo Kathy Roth, Lois Cock — Robert Brlggs Hen Brlggs. — Robert Brlggs, Robeit Champion WkWceekw Cock' champion Hen — Robert Brlggs Robert Brlggs BfisceUeneousi Whtte Ouaiaeas — James Bethell. Riy^Jonover, Gilson, Ray Conover. Guntoees — James Bethell Re Display pigeon* — Bay Conover, »y Conover. „ Homing ^-»'I Coil S Bey Conover, Devld AUen, East Wh8e r ^omlnt Pleeens Conover. Oalei Ray Turkey* While: Hen - James BetbeU. Cockerel — Jaraea BetheU. Pu$t - Jame* Bethell. Youeg Pea — Jemee BetheU. Ducket Pal* Pekin — Jamaa BetheU. Pale White Indian Bunaer — James BetheU. G»**e: P*i» Toulouge — R«y Conover. P*» Bmdea — R»y Conover. Paly alfkaa — Ray Conover, Ray Conover.. Pell White Chines* over, Bay Conov&r. Eggs, Whit*: Exact* — Mamie Shmn, Abing don: Mrs. Sam St. Pierre, Gales urg. Holiday Decorations: Christmas urnai,,,.. Janis King. Gilson: John and Rosie Dupuy, Helen Caldwell. Eaater — Margaret Otto; JOanne Malone. Abingdon; Joanne Mflone. Fourth o| July — Mrs. Ray Carlson. Donna Olinger. . Th*nk*giving — Shirley Sutor, Joanne Malone. Rose Hammeslund, Galesburg. • Black Bart Center Opens SAN FRANOISOO (UP|) For $15 a course, the IjHack Bart Memorial Center . will teach you how to find food in garbage cans, swap ck£hing and hitchhike. It's designed for those who want to deep out. The center, operated by a former computer pro^narpRier Ray con- J and a onetime magazine editor who lives off the receipts, also charges a 50<ant adirnissicn fee.

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