.Elizabeth Community Fail- Premiums Total $ 12,000 ELIZABETH - More than $12,000 in •premiums is being offered at the 55th -annual Elizabeth Community Fair July 25, 26 and 27 at West Side Park here. The old-fashioned fair in a new-fashioned setting will feature a bicehten- nial theme. There will be a beard judging ..contest, and women are encouraged to wear their centennial ..dresses. Exhibits of early equipment by farmers and merchants, crafts demonstrations and an antique auto show are also planned. : ,. Entries for open class exhibits may ,be made in person or by mail with thfr secretary, Mrs. John Eversoll, by 5 p.m., Monday, July 21. Premium books are available at Elizabeth business .places. Dairy and sheep will be judged ,July 25 at 9 a.m. and judging in the women's department will be at 10:30 a.m. Beef will be judged at 1:30 p.m. July 26. ; The beef cattle department, with Donald Hill as superintendent, offers $3,164 in premiums. James Berlage .heads the dairy cattle division, which lists $3,075 in prize money. A total of $2,660 in prize money is offered in the sheep department. Bruce Williams is the superintendent. There will be no swine or horse departments this year. , Junior livestock premiums total $1,580 with $476 offered for beef, $672 for dairy and $432 for sheep. . Mrs. Charles Waser is superintendent of the women's department, with Mrs. Don Buyers the secretary. Agricultural products premiums total $215; floriculture (open to amateurs only), $78; horticulture,, $58.50; fine arts, Fines Paid In Carroll MOUNT CARROLL-Persons fined in Circuit Court here for traffic and other offenses were: Patrick Brantner, Mount Carroll, reckless driving, $200; Bruce Thorton, Savanna, failure to comply with Illinois vehicle code, $10, overweight on axle; $181.80; Cecil Chitwood, Chicago, driving after license was revoked, /.days in jail; Norman Evison, Chicago, possession of liquor as a minor, $60. Sandra Waldschager, Dixon, driving with broken seal on liquor, $50; Pat King, Savanna, dumping from motor vehicle, $25; Ronald Christen, Belmont, Wis., improper passing, forfeited $25 bond; Paul R, Devine, Clinton, Iowa, depositing injurious material on highway, $25; Fred Penoyer, Villa Park, drivers license not on person, forfeited $25 bond. Dwight Anderson, Lanark, letting dog run at large, $10; Cindy A. Hernandez, Savanna, insufficient lifesaving devices, $10; Theresa Deppa, Savanna, too fast for conditions, $10; James Stewart, Galesburg, violation of classification, $10; Robert Schnaithmann, Green Island, Iowa, no valid safety test, $10; and Lyle Green Jr., Elizabeth, excessive noise, $10. Speeding-William Schluing, Savanna, $10; Ronald Kaiser, Savanna, $10; Jeffrey Mills, Savanna, $15; Ronald Yoder, Oregon, forfeited $25 bond; Donald Crimmins, Clinton, Iowa, forfeited $25 bond. "Richard Walther, P.latteyille, Wis., forfeited $25 bond; Ralph Gable; Wheaton, $12; Ernest Anthony, Geneseo, $10; Mahlort' Smalley III, Cordova, $13; Cecil Chitwood, Chicago, $10; Carol Niles, Savanna, $15; and William Raddstits, Chicago, $11. 4-H News Friends In 4-H Friends in 4-H will have a swimming party from 8 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Freeport YWCA. 4-H'ers can invite their family,or a friend. Lunch will follow at Krape Park, with the committee of Robin Groenwold, Robert Groenwold, Kelly Bunnell and Shawn Kpeller in charge. j The project tour will be July 23, with -.members meeting at 7 p.m. at Prairie "Dell Church. A hayride and, refresh-, •ments will follow. "Rorreston Friskies :. Kathy and Kim Jandt will be host- ,esses for the Forreston Friskies 4-H Club July 15. Talks will be given by Kim Jandt, Nannette Ross, Jolene Wubbena and Susan'Merrill. $100,000 Provided JEor Soybean Study •KIRKLAND - A major boost for soybean market development - to the tune of $100,000 - has been provided by Illinois farmers through the state's soybean checkoff, according to Allan Ayes of Kirkland, chairman of the Illinois Program Operating Board. "• The allocation of $100,000 is the total amount designated by the program operating board for market development since the, ^-cent per bushel checkoff program began last fall. Aves said the money, allocated to the American Soybean Association .(ASA) Market Development Founda- •tibn, will help expand existing soybean jj markets and open up new ones for the •bumper crop that is expected this |year. , Watch Your FAT-GO Lose i^gly excess weight with the • sensible NEW FAT-GO diet plan. Nothing sensational Just steady weight loss for those that really want to lose. A full 12 day supply only $3.00. Ask GARRITY drug store about the FAT-GO reducing plan and start losing weight this week. Money back In full if not completely satisfied with weight loss from the very first package. $ 3.00 Introductory Offer Worth Cut out this ad — take to store lilted. Purchase one pack of FAT-GO and receive one FAT- GO Pack Free. GARRITY DRUG frMport Lincoln Mall $966.25; education and natural history, $246.50; dairy, ..apiary and culinary, $151.25; and junior domestic arts, $211.75. Elizabeth Community Fair association board officers are Larry Berlage, president; Wayne Krohmeri vice president; Mrs. Eversoll, secretary-treasurer; and Charles Potter, chairman of concessions^ Directors are Gordon Hatfield, Richard Reusch, Leslie Nielsen, Berlage, Wayne Trost, Richard Williams, Glen Shaw Jr., Marvin Holland, Don Kautz, Larry Hanson, Kenneth Bohnsack, Mrs. Wayne Wand, Hill and Mrs. Waser. Members of the Elizabeth Lions Club are in charge of the 11 a.m. parade on Saturday, July 26. Prizes in the various divisions total $496. Parade entry information can be obtained from Abe Gerlich or Edmund F. Fischer here. ' ' Retirement Seminar To Start In Area ROCKFORD-Planning for retirement will be the subject of a Rockford College evening session directed by Dr. Curtis H. Moore. The 10-week program, which starts Sept. 22, is for people concerned with a plan for their retirement between 1980 and 1999. • More information can be obtained by writing Rockford College. Marriage Licenses AT MOUNT CARROLL Ralph Rufe ; Clayton Donna Rufe Lanark '' Francis Zohr Castorland, N.Y. Karen L.,Rogers Lanark Lyle C. Nesemeier Milledgevtlle Jackie K. Warfel same George E. Osborn Freeport Beverly J. Osborn Savanna Paul W. Teichler Savanna Jeanne Ogden .; Mount Carroll Michael R. Henry Shannon eVicki A. Koch same Eugene F. St. Ores ..Thomson Judith L. DeWees same Apple Riye^r Village Board Approves Graveling Streets Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Tuesday, July 8, 1975 Paga 3 Extension Units Rock Run Unit APPLE RIVER-Apple River Village Board Monday night reported It had received approval from the Illinois Department of Transportation to use $7,215 in motor fuel taxes to oil and gravel village streets. Dubuque Blacktop Co. submitted the lowest bid on the work. The board approved an annual appropriation bill for $64,250, which is $3,800 more than last year's. The increase was for the repair and maintenance of sewers, maintenance of water equipment and board officers' salary increases. The board passed an ordinance to collect a 1 cent sales tax on out-6f-state purchases by village residents. It was voted to donate $300 toward the cost of materials for a bicentennial float. Paul Feltmeyer was chairman of the committee which built the float. The float was used in the Hanover Days Parade. Jt depicts a map of Jo Daviess County and will be placed at the entrance of Apple River. It was reported that the Lions Club and Apple River Fire Department do- / nated toward the float. The board agreed to have its auditor prepare a separate audit of revenue sharing funds this year. All claims against the Narveson Construction Co. must be in by the next meeting, the board said. The construction company, now bankrupt, had installed the village sewage system. Some residents are filing claims because of damage to their property which was never corrected. It was reported that the Jo Daviess County Health Department will be studying several locations in the village for possible violations of pollution laws. It was decided to meet with bank of- Rock Run Homemakers Extension unit members and their husbands will have dinner at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 15, at the Sword and Stone. Schapville Unit Apple River Bees 4-H Club members will be guests at the Schapville unit meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday In Thompson Township hall. Elizabeth Units Elizabeth Town and Country and Elizabeth Evening units will meet at 7:30 p.m. July 15 in Farm Bureau Hall, Elizabeth. flctals to study the best way to invest village funds. The park and street committee said it would study the possibility of arranging for a parking area at the village park. "Money In The Bank." There are many forms of money and many forms of investment, but when it comes to safety and security and convenience — like the pld American expression says — nothing beats "money in the bank". How about you? Are you making sure you have the security of money in the bank? State Bank makes it easy for you to save, with seven different savings plans to meet your particular needs and goals. They range from Regular Savings to Golden Passbooks and Certificates of Deposit. Whichever plan you choose, your savings are insured to $40,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and you get State Bank's high interest. Interest From Deposit To Withdrawal. 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