Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 9, 1975 · Page 5
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 5

Freeport, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1975
Page 5
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Better Us.e Of Checking Account Funds Studied By Ogle Board ouirnr»w_n M«II o n. . „ . .. > ' *^ .•- Frwport (III.) Journal-Standard, Wednesday, July 9, 1975 Pag» 5 -R; Neil Scott, a Rochelle accountant, discussed with the Ogle County Board Tuesday the possibility of eliminating a number of the county's little-used bank checking accounts. Scott said the move would make a considerable amount of money available for investment purposes. He said at least $20,000 and possibly more in inter,est income cquld be gained by the county. v •'•..-• the board said it will consider the .move,prior to approving next year's budget. State's Atty. Peter J. Woods t6Id the board that a grant application had been submitted for the county's participation in the deferred prosecution program, but as information had been .received regarding the availability of the grant. • The board approved the county's participation imthe Illinois State's Attorney Association program for appellate assistant service and special counsel service. An appropriation of $4,000 was voted for the service. '•• Rock Valley Cable TV Co. was giver Western Riders Open Horse Show Scheduled Sunday Freeport Western Riders 29th annual open horse show will be Sunday at the Stephenson County Fairground on Walnut Road. , The show'is open to the public and there is no charge for spectators. There will be a lunchstand on the grounds. The show will start at 9 a.m. with 13 halter classes. There will be 21 performance classes in the afternoon; iri- cluding a pleasure stake class with 100 per cent payback of entry 'fees. The class will include all first-and second- place winners in the previous pleasure classes. . A trophy and six ribbons will be awarded in all classes except pleasure stake. High point trophies will be given for the top exhibitor, and for the top horse of the day. There will be a gift certificate awarded to the high point junior exhibitor. . The horse show is approved by the Midwest Arabian Club, Interstate Palomino Horse Promoters Association and Rock River Valley Horse and Pony Exhibitors Association. Show judges are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rodda of Morrison. Arden Bryant of Beloit, Wis':, will be the announcer. For further information, interested persons may call Mrs. Jerry Prasse, Freeport Route 4. ; • permission to operate in the county. Eugene Nunn of Mount Morris was named Assistant .Civil Defense director. . ' The time for future board meetings was 9:3d a.m. Board meetings had been at 10, a.m. on the second Tuesday of each month.. • i . i ; Field Meeting Set On Zero Tillage OREGON-A zero till field meeting and tour will be held on the Forrest' Farbo farm at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to Stan Eden, Ogle Extension adviser. The tour will start at the Farbo farm one mile south' of Stillman Valley on Meridian .Road and one mile east on .Big Mound Road. Zero till is a conservation tillage technique whereby corn is planted directly in uhplowed corn ground. Darrell Mulvaney, University of Illinois area agronomist, will participate. This is the third year for zero till corn here. " There will also be an opportunity to see corn planted in rye grass which was aerial seeded last fall. Zero till herbicide and insect control methods will be observed. Man From Warrert Joins Texas Firm WARREN-Robert L. FOUchard, a graduate of Warren High School and son of Mrs. Nell Fouchard of Warren, has joined First Marketing Group Inc. of Houston, Tex. He is a vice president and account executive of the firm. Before joining First Marketing, he was an executive vice president of National Steak Shops Inc., a retail franchise meat chain. ' Area Hospitals Patients Mrs. Harold (Victoria) Katzehber- ger of Pearl City is a surgical patient in St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn. 55901. She is in room 1-177 Births Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harmon, Milledgeville, are parents of a son born July 4 in Community General Hospital, Sterling. - . Pi son was born Saturday to Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas Ridley of Chanute Air Force, Base, Rantoul. Mr. and Mrs. A1-, bert Reaji, Milledgeville, are grandparents. , < , '•.,,.' $361,250 Budget - DAVIS- Davis Village Board Monday night approved an'annual appropriation ordinance of 136,250,. • The new budget is approximately • $9,000; less than last year's appropriation. Rockford Blacktop Construction Co. submitted the only .bid'rfor village v street maintenance. The bid of .$8,241 was accepted. , • ' Double tenis courts will be constructed in the village park.. No'min- ibikes will be allowed in the park as of July-I. A sign with the rules of the park , will be erected. Girl Scouts are painting garbage cans for the park. County Fair Opens July 16 At Darlington ,' DARLINGTON, Wis.-Lafayette County Fair will run July 16-20 here, with all the promise of being one of the greatest in the fair's 119-year history, fair officials said,. On opening day, following the junior horse show, harness racingbegins at 8 p.m. The county tractor pull will be at 7;_30 p.m. July 17. A special addition will be a. tug of war in connection with the tractor pull. , Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show will perform at 7 and 9 p.m. July 18. Children's Day will be Saturday, July 19, and in the evening the Hager Brothers will entertain at 7 and 9 p.m. Events scheduled for July- 20 include a 4-H dress revue at 1:30 pirn:; heavyweight tractor pulling contest at 11 a.m.; Jaycettes.arts and crafts show starting 'at noon; and a demolition derby at 7:30 p.m. Badger State Shows will operate on the midway. Principal Named At Stockton High STOCKTON-Stephen J. Voeltz has been named principal of Stockton High School. He is presently assistant professor of education at Loras College in Dubuque. He is replacing Gary Kopitzke, who resigned in June to accept a position as assistant to the Jo Daviess regional school superintendent. Now You Know By United Press International John Tyler, who was the father of eight boys and seven girls, had more children than.any other president. WHITE AND COLOR SALE Full size, reg: 26.99,19.99 Larger sizes in stock also sale-priced. 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