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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 10

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Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. 10 Man., July 1, 1968 Rural Oregon Infant Dies In Wreck OREGON — Darryll David Sheely, three-month-old son of Alvina Sheely, rural Oregon, died Saturday night in Dixon Hospital of injuries received when the car he and his mother were passengers in collided at an intersection in downtown Dixon Saturday afternoon. He was born April 1 in Dixon Surviving are his mother and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil D. Sheely of Mount Morris. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Evergreen Cemetery at Pine Creek Christian Church near Oregon. The Rev. Donald C. Ward, pastor of the church, will officiate. Funeral arrangements are being made by Farrell Funeral Home in Oregon. Couple Honored At Milledgeville For Anniversary MILLEDGEVILLE - One hundred fifty-three people called at the open house in Trinity Lutheran Church here recently in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kaufman of Milledgeville for their silver wedding anniversary. The couple's sons, Gary and Kenneth, greeeted the guests while their daughter, Barbara, served at the guest book. Refreshments were served by relatives. Silver candles encircled with rosebuds flanked the tiered cake which centered the refreshment table. Miss hostess at a linen bridal shower DRESSED IN NIGHTGOWNS of the past for the Elizabeth Centennial style show and tea held Sunday in the high school gymnasium were Mrs. Marian Hang with her two daughters, Rhonda (left) and Rovay, and William (Bill) Cobine. The event, sponsored by the Centennial Belles, attracted an audience of 600. The styles, ranging from pre-Civil War through the 1930s, were modeled by 115 persons, all from the Elizabeth area. — Journal-Standard Photo. Rodeo Scheduled 3 Days This Week At Pecafon/ca PECATONICA - Winnebago bounty Fair Association will present its 41st annual stampede :ontest rodeo at the fairgrounds icre Wedesday, Thursday and Friday. Each performance will start Mary Jo Peoples was in her home honoring Mrs. Jon Bogott, the former Kathie Hinrichs. Bridal games were played with winners presenting their prizes to the honoree. Centering the refreshment table was a miniature bride and groom flanked on either side with mint green candles. Decorations were in yellow and green, the bride's chosen colors. Cadette Girl Scouts from Milledgeville visited southern Wisconsin last week. While there they toured Cave of the Mounds, House on the Rock, Tower Hills State Park, and Taliesin, home of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Gunfighters End Annual Shootouts COLUMBIA, Calif. (AP) The mock gunfighters of Columbia won't stage their traditional "shootouts" this Fourth of July. They've turned their pistols over to law officers. "Recognition of the recent assassinations of public figures impels us to heareby resolve that during the 1968 celebration ... we will not use nor display our guns," says the proclamation of the Columbia Gunfighters Association. 60 Fishermen Are Seized By Gunboats HONG KONG (AP) - As many as 60 fishermen from a Hong Kong village near China were reported missing by the colonial government today following a raid by Red Chinese gunboats in British waters. The gunboats towed away at least 14 fishing sampans Sunday. A number of craft from Hong Kong and Communist China were fishing in the area, and the nationality of the seized sampans were not immediately established. be of at 8 p.m. This year's show will handled by Rodeo's Inc. Tucson, Ariz. Much of the com pany's stock has appeared in all the national contests across the country. Mel Potter of Tucson, Jack Brainard of Rochester, Minn., and John Snow of Tucson are the owners of the company. Snow will be the announcer for the stampede. A rodeo queen contest with Charles Bolen of Rockford as the chairman will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. Last year's queen, Miss Joanne Fischer of Elizabeth, who also became Miss Rodeo of Illinois, will be present to crown the Miss Winnebago County Stampede of 1968. Queen contestants are: • Jane Mitchell, Elizabeth. • Sue Satness, Durand. • Linda Mulvain, Durand. • Peggie Hanner, Rockton. • LaRay Faulkner, Rockton. • Linda Baxter, Rockford. • Rosanne Lake, Rockford. • Jan E. Simpson, Winnebago. • Johnath Rockford. Lynn Beckman, Ex-Hungary Finance Minister To Speak At Mount Morris MOUNT MORRIS — Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi, director of the School of International Studies at Bradley University, Peoria, will be the speaker at the Fourth of July celebration here Thursday. Dr. Nyaradi, former minister of finance of Hungary, will speak from the bandshell on the village square about 3 p.m. immediately following the Independence Day parade. The title of his speech will be "shall We Survive?" "Let Freedom Ring" will be the theme of this year's celebration as it has been for the past few years. A festival queen will be selected and crowned Wednesday night. Six village girls are seeking the crown. Also on Wednesday there will be a kiddie and a teen parade at 4 dance from p.m. 9 to 12 on the parking lot of Kable News Co. The Jaycees will seve a chicken barbecue from noon to 6 p.m. on the Fourth. A bell-ringing ceremony will be staged at 1 p.m. followed by the general COLOR FILM PROCESSING 10% OFF Quality Black and Whit. Finishing HARTMAN'S CAMERA SHOP 117 S. Chicago Dial 23Z.8110 DR. NICHOLAS NYARADI parade at 1:45. Leading the parade will be the high school band. A fireworks display at 9:30 on the high school athletic field will conclude the celebration. Appearing at all three performances will be a horse and llama act by Craig's Gaucho's of Houston, Texas. Rodeo officials said they expect a record number of contestants for all events. Tickets will be available at the gates. A free pony will be given away at each performance. Chairman for the stampede is Jack Cummings, Pecatonica. Department Store Chain No Longer Sells Toy Guns PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Meier & Frank Co., a large department store chain affiliated with May Co. of St. Louis, has discontinued sale of all toy guns and other toys of violence. President Jack L. Meier said the company has canceled all Christmas orders for such merchandise and has set up a policy of refusing mail and phone orders for real firearms. t 24 Persons Are Rescued From Lake MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Twenty-four persons were rescued from Lake Michigan after winds gusted to 30 miles an hour and overturned a flock of canoes and kayaks during a race Sunday. There were no injuries. Some of the competitors were recovered by power boats a mile from shore. Coast Guard Auxiliary spokesmen said the 42-boat race was interrupted by waves three feet high. The shallow boats, he said, "started going over like peanuts." 8 OPEN DAILY A.M. To • 30 P.M. Closed Monday fdK\ Fre. Coffee DAYNE'S BARBER SHOP Corner Chicago & Galena Unlimited FREE PARKING Now In Progress! Special Savings On Men's, Women's and Children's Name Brand Shoes! County Holstein Show Friday At Freeport Annual Stephenson County Black and White Show will be Friday at the county f a i r- grounds, south of Freeport. The event, sponsored by the Stephenson County H o 1 s t e i n Breeders Association, will start at 9:30 a.m. There will be judging contests for men, women, boys and girls. Junior members also will participate in a showmanship and fitting contest. Allen Hetts of Fort Atkinson, Wis., will place the animals. Ribbons and trophies will be awarded, with the trophies being Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, July 1, the 183rd day of 1968. There are 183 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1867, the Dominion of Canada was created by the British North America Act. On this date: In 1862, the U.S. Congress established the Bureau of Internal Revenue. In 1898, Theodore Roosevelt and his Rough Riders carried out a victorious assault on San Juan Hill in Cuba in the Spanish-American War. In 1931, Wiley Post and Harold Gatty completed a round;he-world flight in the monoplane Winnie Mae. In 1932, New York Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt was nominated for president at the Democratic National Convention in ihicago. In 1958, the St. Lawrence Seaway was completed. Ten years ago, it was disclosed that Castro rebels had kidnaped 50 Americans and Canadians in the area around the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay. Five years ago, President John F. Kennedy visited Rome and sought the support of Italian officials in strengthening the Atlantic Alliance. One year ago, the Chinese 'ommunist Party and said China's President Liu Shao-chi had been ousted. Area Hospitals Patients W. M. Babb of 646 W. Moseley St. is a surgical patient in Rockford Memorial Hospital. donated by many county business establishments. Stephenson Service Co. will again provide free box lunches. Officers of the'county Holstein association are Robert Wild, Winslow, president; Harold Mortimer, Rock City, vice president; Fred Obert, Freeport Route 3, secretary and treasurer; and directors Ron Prasse, Freeport Route 4, Harry Pieper, Freeport Route 2, and David Macomber, Lena. Earthquake Causes Damage In Tokyo TOKYO (AP) — One of the sharpest earthquakes to hit Tok-' yo in recent years cracked shop windows today on the Ginza, the city's main shopping street. Office buildings rocked, and television programs were momentarily disrupted. 1322 S. Harlem Ave. 232-8614 When you need money for that fun-filled vacation \ ' l/fll \\ 1 I AOIf PAP Aim bAb for a cash advance Getting the money you need for vacation fun is a simple matter at your nearby GAC office. 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THURSDAY July 4 it Myers Ford Sales Jr Zimmerman Chevrolet *West End Auto Body THURS. & FRI. July 4 and 5 ^r Metal Specialties ^Norm's Auto Body ^-Service Body Co. conui STARS MOT IMMMUOS Freeport Area Body Shop Association STATIS IOOY ALL SILVER REFLATING REDUCED 20% DURING JULY ONLY BEFORE ! AFTER I Every Item Replated at Sale Prices Since silver metal prices are up 50% FQR INSTANCE and still rising ... this is an excellent time to take advantage of these low, low prices to have your worn silverware, antiques and family heirlooms replated like new. These pieces are now more valuable than ever and make wonderful gifts. All work QUADRUPLE SILVERPLATED by our Sugar bowl.. 15.95 skilled silversmiths and Sale prices apply to ALL pieces. Sale Artlcli Reg. Price Teapot $27.50 ?21.97 Creamer .... 14.50 11.60 Candlestick (per inch). 1.55 Trays (per sq. inJ 14 1.24 12.76 .112 EXPERT REPAIR SERVICES AVAILABLE Dents removed . .. items straightened Broken handles, legs, knobs, repaired & replaced Missing parts & insulators repaired & replaced New combs, brushes, mirrors, knife blades, thermos fillers furnished Gold, copper plating Sterling and pewter expertly refinished SALE ENDS JULY 31 BRING IN SILVER TODAY! J Open Monday and Friday Nights 6 East Stephenson St. Freeport spurgeons 27-29 W. Stephenson Street July Shoe Sale! Going, going, gone. Our Semi- Annual Shoe Safe fs On. Heels, flats, plain or fancy at tremendous savings. CHOOSE FROM THESE GROUPS ALL '4.99 VALUES AND 3 00 ALL $5.99 VALUES 3 00 AND 4 00 ALL $6.99 VALUES 4 00 AND 5 00 Bright Patents or Staple Colors . . . All styles are included ... All size ranges are included...

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