Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 15, 1975 · Page 12
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 12

Freeport, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 15, 1975
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Page 12 Freeport (111.) Journal-Standard, Tuesday, July 15. 1975 PEANUTS CMONJU6, HURRY UP BEFORE WHAT'S. THAT? OH.... HE SAID I SHOULD BEND MY KNEES MORE SARTEC?S WENT OUT WITH WHITE DUCK 1 PAMTS.' r-1 IO LIKE TO GET A PAIR OP GARTEPS FOP MY SOCKS , WHERE YOU BEEN?/ DONALD DUCK TELL V\E MOW MUCH MONEY TSN GLORIOUS DAYSISITW'E. CAN YOU MELP eERTAIN UYV me m \<i AAW f —. —-rv ME PLAN MY <w \ k ; iLti 3 VOU CAN 5PENO, AND ILL FIGURE IT-IE APPROPRIATE, FOP YOU. r SMITH FAMILY BEETLE BAILEY SNUFFY SMITH { .THAT"S I FISQERED JUGHAID-DIDME A I PLUMB FEED OUR OL 1 PET / FERGOT CHICKEN) THIS MORNIW'? BUZ SAWYER PEL LEAVES HOME AT THE HOSPITAL. ||E THROWS 1HEN.AS RETRIES TO LEAVE 1 W THE JEEP INTO BUT Y ROBBERY/ CAR WHY? " |P THE PHANTOM ' AS YOU CAN 6EE, YOU WERE V v WRONG., ABOUT NOT 0EIN6- ^ FOLLOWED. *^«- i-»^f»"- »j ••»- / v"v^' WORK. OVER. <( ^KUL TH£ HQ OF "7"'«, e>KUL ,., NO ONE FOLLOWER ME..; WHAT NOW Z RETURN HERE.THE PLANE WILL PICK VOU UP. BE REAPy, WORK. OVER. TOMOKROW: "yoU'LL NEVER KNOW." FUNKY WINKERBEAN OJE'D LIKE TD UJELCOfWE VOU FANS TO ANOTHER. ALU-STftR GAME CLA55ICJ 900 KMOOJ.TDW.THIS GAME. ORIGINATED OUER FOR7V 9EAR6 A60/ GEE.TLUBETSpWEOF THOSE SLWS ARE TIRED BPNOOJ/ THE ONE weve ALWAVS Koester pf Dakota With Grand Ctiampidn Cow J6u^-standard Photo . Mas At County Black/White Show 1 For the second .year in a row, the LaVerne Koester family of Dakota exhibited the grand champion cow at the Stephenson County Black and White Show, which was held Friday at the county fairground. ; The 6 1/2-year-old Holstein, "Huffman Lancer Lorena," was shown in the 1 ring by the Koesters 1 son, Danny. The Koesters said they might show Lorena in the state Holstein show later this-month; she will have calved by that time. ; • 'Reserve grand champion, a 2-year- old, was shown by Dave Goeke of Dakota. Dave also had the senior champion and grand champion in the junior show. Reserve honors in the junior show went to the aged cow of Jay Obert, rural Freeport. Mark Goeke, Dakota, showed the grand champion bull/with reserve honors going to Reuben Brinkmeier, Pearl City. Both are junior yearling bulls. This year's show drew 154 entries. In showmanship, first and second i •HI... Benefit Auction i r Set For Herberts LENA-Le-Aqua-Na Workers 4-H Club will sponsor a benefit auction for Ed and Evelyn Herbert at 7 p.m. Thursday in the shelter house at Lions Park here. ;•;; Contributions,;of ^household items, baked goods, games, books and ioys would be appreciated. Items may "be" brought any time'after 1 p.m. Donald Miller will donate his time and efforts as auctioneer. Area Students On Dean's List Area students named to the dean's list for the spring semester at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign are as follows: Jeffrey Snyder, Chad wick; Sharon Hertel and Jennifer Wiebers, both of Lanark; Matthew Caldwell and Roxann Fritz, both of Mount Carroll; Ramon Castro, Savanna; Jerry Bourauin, Apple River; and William. Stretcher, Elizabeth. Gregory Timp, Galena; Ann Finkenbinder, Kent; Ronald HiU, Stockton; Janet Winter, Warren; Linda DeVries, Forreston; Brian Oleson and Ted Pittenger, both of Mount Morris; and Douglas Conroy, John Holm and Michael Patrick, all of Oregon. Michael Davis, John Deuth, John Hammer and David Byrd, all of Polo; Janie Bell, Davis; Gerald Kleckner, Lena; Diane Dornink, Ridott; and Garnet Engelman, Scioto Mills. ! TV Highlights Complete area television listings are carried In the "tv talk" magazine In the Saturday Sunrise edition of -The Freeport-Journal Standard. Today's Highlights 7:15 p.m.-Channels 6, 7, IS, and 17- All-Star Baseball Game. Top players from the National and American Leagues compete in the annual event, this year at County Stadium in Milwaukee. Joe Garaglola, Curt Gowdy and Tony Kubek will provide the commentary. 7:30 p.m.-Channels 2, 3, 4, and 23- MASH. It's payday at the 4077th, and Hawkcye is officiating as paymaster. This sets off a chain of events which involves pearls, poker, bribes and a $3,000 gift from heaven. FREEPORT NOW ENDS THURSDAY GENE HACKMAN FRENCH CONNECTION OPEN 7 P.M. • START 7:30 French Connection II 7i3S •ex Offlc* Qpwi Till 8:30 r*atur« R«p«at*«l In Part. • : place, winners, respectively, were: Roger Fluegel and Jay Obert, boys 14 and under; Dave Goeke and Jeff Welling, boys 15 and over; Karlene Williams and Evelyn Goeke, girls 14 and under; and Debbie Wise and Elizabeth ' Goeke, -girls 15 and over. In the cattle judging, first through third place winners, respectively, were,: menrElmer Prasse, Gaylon Qbieri and Web Goeke; .women-Mrs. Koester, Mrs. Fred Obert and, Mrs. Kenneth Williams; girls-Debbie Wise, Evelyn Goeke, and Colleen Hull; and boys-Danny Koester, Jeff Welling and Tim Voss. Judge James Kortbein, Toman Hills Farm, Norwalk, Wis., awarded the following first through third places: Junior.bull calf-Harry Pieper, Joey Obert, Reuben Brinkmeier. . Senior bull calf-Kyle Brinkmeier, Harry Pieper. • Junior yearling bull-Mark Goeke, Reu- • ben Brinkmeier, Joel Nieman. Junior heifer calf-Mark Goeke, Bob Anderson, John Barthel. !; Intermediate heifer-Gaylon and Gary •Flea Market, Circus Approved By Galena Council GALENA-Galena City Council Monday night granted permission ,to Save Turner Hall Fund officials tb hold' a flea market in Turner Hall Saturday. . Permission was also given Jo the Gai lena Chamber of Commerce to sponsor a circus at Recreation Park Septr 13. Mayor Frank Einsweiler said a .grant of $1^500 had been received from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The city will provide matching funds to research architectural details of Main Street buildings. Obert, Kyle Brinkmeier, Jeffrey Welling. ' u Senior heifer-Harold Mortimer, Jeffrey MacombeFf Dave Goeke. . Junior yearling heifer-Tom, Barthel, Tim ... Voss, Bob Anderson. . / ; --^ ' Senior yearling heifer-Todd Wise, Mark 1 Groeke, Reuben Brinkmeier. Junior get of sire-iReginak! Goeke, Bdb Anderson, Harry Pieper. 7' Unfreshehed 2-year-old-Jay Obert, Harpy Pieper, JayiObert. , r ', , ; Dry 3-and 4.year-old-Gene Fluegel, Ron Prasse,: Reginald Goeke. ' r1 -' ' Dry aeea cow-LaVerhe Koester fatally";'* ReginalffGoeke; Creighton Barker. "•- " 2-year-flld milking-Dave Goeke, Mark. Goeke, Gaylon and Gary Obert. 3-year-old milking-Bob AndersonrCreigh- v ton Barker, .Gsylon and Gary Obert. 4-year^ld milking-Ralph Busekros, Jeffrey Welling, Mark GbekeT ; Aged cow mUking-Ralph Busekros, Harry Pieper, Jay Obert. -•, 100,000-pound producing cow-Reginald- Goeke, Ron Prasse, second and third. Produce of dam-Reginald Goeke, Ralph Busekros, Joey Obert. - T * Senior get j)f sirfr-Anderiand Farms;! Harry Pieper. .* ;;. v ' : . ,:^, Best three females-Reginald Goeke . Ralph Busekros, Joey Obert. . Dam and daughter-Reginald Goeke, Kyle'' Brinkmeier^Jay Obert. . p :••'! • ' ' • r' : : •• • ' ' "*•Extension Units ;West Point Unit ^ West Point Homemakers Extension unit will have a picnic dinner at noon ..Thursday in.the home of Mrs. Merl Shultz. Thos4 attending are to bring ..table servicfe and food'to share. « . " ~~ • ' 'i!'-.' : i /•'!':'fV~TT i ':t)iin'«;. "iiilj'"! Pleasant Valley ; Mrs: Kenneth McPeekwill be hostess ~ to the Pleasant Valley unit ai;|^ Monday. Scales Mound ! Scales Mound unit will meet with Mrs. Anthony Soppe at 1p.m. July 22. Cedarville Club To Meet In Freeport •'•'•'.•-; CEDARVJLLE - Cedarvilie Woman's .Club will meet at tio6fl Thursday, ; at the Bonanza Sirloin Pft Restaurant in Freeport for a luncheon. .: following the luncheon, the dub wqjl make plans for a picnic at noonThurs- day, Aug. 14, in Lena City Park wnicfi is a change from the original date' of Aug. 21, , .. BRIG. GEN. WALTER 0. BACKUS, north central division engineer for, the Corps of Engineers, working out of the Chicago office, has been reassigned-as director of facilities engineering for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and will have his office in Washington, D.C. • PUTT THEATHE DOWNTOWN ' FHEEPORT OMNAT8P.M SHOW STARTS AT DUSK STARTS WED. FOR ] ACTION PACKE DAVID CARRADINE in A CROSS COUNTRY ROAD WRECK! [ A BIG FIRST RUN DOUBLE [ * Timothy Bottoms CaO(\BYt5£LUXE« ) DAYS OPEN 8 P.M. START DUSK WEO.-FRI. SUN. 4 tUES. "Death RIM 2000" 1st THUR..SAT. ft MOM. 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