Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 6, 1953 · Page 10
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nil.- »7'*r: V' fOM Mttttti COPUi fBOM Mi Needed to Get System in City MONMOUTH—Because the Mon-.niay increase unless a larger sup mouth water supply is believed to be inadequate a special $305,000 bdnd issue may come before the voters within a few months. Mayor Donovan Vance at a city council meeting held Monday night ply of water is secured. Presented at the meeting was a report of a Chicago engineering firm who estimated that $305,000 would be needed to improve the present water system, included said that state fire inspectors who would be a new well in the north- have made surveys here warned east part of the city. The well and that Insurance rates in Monmouth a 250,000 gallon stand tower would cost $135,000, It would also cost about $90,000 to enlarge the present water mains. Machinery and additional expenses would run another $80,000, Also discussed was a proposal by the street department which would do' away' with angle parking on North and South Main Streets. Matter was turned over to the street committee which will meet with about 20 businessmen whose places of business would be involved. % 1 Farmer Loses , Hand in Corn Picker Mishap MONMOUTH — E. Byron Berg land, 31, had his left hand amputated Monday night at the Mon mouth Hospital as a result of a corn picking accident. Mr. Bergland, who is a tenant on Cannell farm just west of Monmouth, was trying to pull a corn stalk out of a corn picker on the farm Monday afternoon, according to reports. His arm was badly mangled and he was taken to Monmouth Hospital. Bureau Unit Has Meeting at New Home MONMOUTH — Members of the MNU of the Warren County Home Bureau were pleasantly surprised MONMOUTH Bowling Okays Payment On Street Job ALEDO — City Countit Monday nfght approved the payment out of the special assessment fund of $13,493.88 as the second installment on the current Aledo street improvement program.' Aldermen also approved payment of a $11,144.88 voucher previously issued to the contractors as the first payment. A letter from the Illinois State Department of Highways was read to council. The department stated that a 1-year plan from the street construction £year program must be submitted to the state a year in advance. Enter Second Year The 1-year plan is part of the long-range program paid for in part by a motor fuel tax. Aledo is in its second year of the 5-year plan. J. B. Zimmerman, New Boston, was granted permission to build a garage on his property on the east side of the Fair Ground Road in Aledo. The Aledo City zoning ordinance was amended in order that City Council on a majority vote may relax its restriction on building permits. Dick Judy, city editor of the Aledo Times-Record, was appointed a special policeman in Aledo. Admitted Monday wlti fitfi. Leo Jones *nd Mrs. Edward Ctftter<| both of Monmouth, and G*tH D. Albert of Little York. A boy was bom Monday to Mr, and Mrs. Garret Larkins of Oquawka. 150 Dinner for T Fund Drive iMIniitfet Show Will Return This Fait After Long Lapse MONMOUTH—After a lapse of many years, Monmouth will have another minstrel show this fall. Dates set for the Dixieland Concert are Oct 22 and 23 at the Lin- coin School. , „ Directing the show will be "Hooly" Swanson, Included will be a,40-voice chofcus ef the Monmouth Barbershop Singers. Receipts are to be used for the Nativity Scene project, the Y.M.­ C .A., and the South Side Improvement League. . Dismissed Monday were Mrs. Miriam Hallam Ruffner and Charles E. Baxter, both of Monmouth; and Mrs. Howard B, Jones of Oquawka. Admitted today was Master Thomas Pogue of Monmouth. HOME BUREAU LEAGUE Rachel Walters of Sharps Feed Mill had high game with 168 and high series with 422. Monmouth Implement Co. had high team game with 673 and Engdahls high team series with 1821. Standings: Engdahls 8-4; Sharps MNU 8-4; Sharps Feed Mill 8-4; Monmouth Implement Co. 7-5; Central Appli^ ance 4-8; Hamilton Produce 1-11. Use Fall Theme For at a galloping wiener roast party 1^ , 1L , %M Monday evening at the basement|V ,OIClforook Meeting of the W. L. Parrish home. Party was planned by the group's officers: Mrs. Henry Pierce, Mrs. Robert Linman, Mrs. Harry Johnson and Mrs. David Poole. Nineteen women were present. After the wiener roast Mrs. Parrish showed them through her new home. Supper Planned MONMOUTH—The Ruth Circle of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Church will hold a pancake and sausage supper in the basement of the church Wednesday. Serving will be from 5 to 8:30 p.m. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS MONMOUTH—A fall theme was used Monday evening at the meeting of the N. R, G. Club at the home of Mrs. Joseph L. Sallee near Coldbrook. Mrs. Arthur Forbes was the assisting hostess. A short business meeting was conducted by the club president, Miss Lillian Lewis. Program booklets for the coming year were made and distributed by the vice president, Mrs. Arthur Forbes. Bunco was played with prizes won by Mrs. Percy Van Tyne and Mrs. Edna Malley. Luncheon was served with the hostesses carrying out a Halloween theme. Next meeting will be held Nov. 2 at the home of Mrs. Percy Van Tyne with Mrs. Edna Malley the assisting hostess. 7 Kirkwood Band Will Play in Festival at Burlington Saturday KIRKWOOD — The Kirkwood school band will go to Burlington Saturday to play in the band festival. A parade will be held at 1:30 p. m. and all the school bands will play ancf march in it. Miss Janice Keener was chosen by the student body of Kirkwood High School to represent it as their "Queen" in the festival. Chapter T of P.E.O. met Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Thelma Mann. Kirkwood Rebekah Lodge meets in regular session in the Odd Fellows Hall at 8 o'clock tonight. Glenn Burgess is visiting his mother in Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Burgess suffered a broken hip in a fall several days ago and is in a hospital. Orville Keener visited Sund ay evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keener in Stronghurst. Mr. Keener has returned home from several weeks stay in Mercy Hospital in Burlington and is re* covering nicely. Wayne Hart is able to be about on crutches after having suffered, T ... _ a badly broken right leg in an ac . James Tippett; Publicity, Mrs. Incident on his bicycle. Mrs. La- \™ th clark and Miss Olendora verne Bricker is tutoring him at hisp™!^ 3 " 4 home until he is able to enter Other persons who assisted with school, where he will be a member th e ice cream social, or represent- of the freshman class. atives of any other organizations Mrs. Jean Burk has returned to not listed are cordially invited to her home in Litchfield after spend- attend Wednesday morning's meet- ink 10 days in the home of Mrs. ing. Ruth Rawson. The White Elephant Sale will be held at the Monmouth Armory OmnuL.i Wednesday, Oct. 21, starting at ^TT Aitrt A « ,M ^ 6:30 P- m * Items of all descrip- OQUAWKA-Mr and Mrs Fred tions * fll be on hand t be ^ ft K ?f^ the hi ^est bidder. Entertain- mfiht froira JWweek ,tnp to ment will be p rovlde d and lunch Call Meeting Wednesday for Nativity Unit MONMOUTH — An important meeting of the citywide Christmas Nativity Scene committee will be held Wednesday at 9 a. m. at Hedrick's Cafe according to Bob Read, general chairman, All church and organization representatives are urged to attend this session tomorrow morning. Those already assigned and working on the various tasks of preparing for the White Elephant Sale on Oct. 21 are: St. James AME, Mrs. Charles Brooks; Lutheran, Mrs. Roy Carlson; Cavalry Baptist, Mrs. Byron Newsom; Methodist, Mrs. Homer Schwiebert; Immaculate Conception, Miss Jewell Payne; Episcopal, Mrs. Hardin McCoy; 9th Ave. U.P. Mrs. Charles Allen; 7th Day Ad- Foursquare Gospel, Mrs. Virgil Haihaway; Presbyterian, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lamoreaux and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hardin; Immanuel Baptist, Mrs. C. Hilsenhoff; Christian Science, Mrs. Charles Buchanan; Christian, Mrs. ft. J. Barnes; 1st U.P., Mrs. Harry Lister; 2nd U.P., Mrs. Eldon Tinsman; West Side U.P., Mrs. Frank Chapin and Baptist, Mrs. M. M. Maynard. Also, Rotary, Donald B. Walker; Lions, Harold Hubbard; American Legion, Neill Vest; V.F.W., Mrs Ernest Ryan and Mrs. George McKelvey; Rebekah Lodge Friendship No. 22, Mrs. Leonard Crosier; Exchange, Bob Cudd; Kiwanis, George Thorbeck, and Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Darol Davies. Special committee chairmen: Ted Stansell, Don Hansen, G. V. Horner, Kenneth Sanborn, Paul Weaver, Parker Steis, L. B. Hamilton, William Heath, Billie Smallwood and Bill Wells. General committee: Robert Read, Clem O'Brien, C. J. Chamberlin, Harold Griffiths, Don Arthur, Mrs. George P. Graham, Robert Rawson and MONMOUTH — Organization for the Monmouth Y.M.C.A. fund catti- pafgn is now complete with about 150 workers awaiting the, kickoff breakfast Monday at *7:30 a.m. Campaign goal is $16,500. The Rev. Harry Cochran is general chairman of the special gifts committee which has been at work the past two weeks. Ed Love is manager of the teams* organisa­ tion. Working under Love are five division managers^, Marion Beal is the head of division 1 with Paul Cramer, Max Delph, Bufford Hottie Jr., Hollis Melvin* and Wade Williams his team captain. Manager of division 2 is Wen- > Legion Plans Party For Korean War Vets MONMOUTH—Korean War veterans will be guests of the American Legion and Auxiliary at a 6:30 o'clock dinner meeting Thursday night at the Legion Home. Meat, potatoes, coffee and dessert are being furnished by the committee. Any Auxiliary member who has not been contacted should take a vegetable and a salad. dell Whiteman. His captains are Helen E. Van Tine, Mrs. Howard Underwood* Howard Gladfelter, David Hallam and Earl Carwile. Heading division 3 is Mrs. Ruth Finch with her captaifts beirfg Mrs. Fred Gordon, Mrs. Paul Crafton, Mrs. Elizabeth Lashley, Ted Staiiswell, William Heath and Hi* ley Haggenjos. Leader of division 4 is Paul Crafton. His captains are William Friend, Richard Johnson, the Rev. Orville Wright, Albert Hunsaker and V. B. Corgnati. Fifth division is the rural one headed by Marie Hennefent. No Community Chest President of the Monmouth Y.M.C.A. is David Turnbull. Other officers are Bill Wells, vice president; Marion Beal, secretary; and Louis Gibb, treasurer. Warren Lynes is general secretary and has been with the association for nine years. Archie Harris is program director while Millicent Heath is the women's director. About half the "Y" total budget Is self supporting with the remaining half dependent on the fund campaign. Unlike in other communities where there is a Community Chest fund, Hold Card Party At Sipher Park MONMOUTH — Unit 35 of the World War II Mothers held a card party at the community center at Siphfer Park Monday. High scores for games played were held bjr Lacy Rosenbalm, Mrs. D. W. English, Mrs. Jerry Vartier, Mrs. Delmar Streight, and Mrs. S. H. Marion. Low scores went to Mrs. Maude Swanson, Mrs. Vern Roberts, Delmar Streight, Mrs. John Needham, and Mrs. Lester Nelson. Clubs Plan Meeting For Oct. 13 MONMOUTH—Plans fore been completed for the Wanren-Hfender- $on Federated Women's Club meeting at the Y.M.C.A. on Oct 13. Registration begins at 9:30 ft. m, with the program scheduled to start at 10 a. m s Among those who will speak will be Mrs. Frank Aubrey, president of the 14th district; Dr. A. L. Hunsicker of the Galesburg Research Hospital; Warren County Judge G. Durbin Ranney; Mrs. Earl Pape, state citizenship chairman, and Mrs. W. H. Woods, state chairman of the American Home Committee. A noon luncheon will be held at the Methodist Church'. Reservations should be made with the various women's clubs by the morning of Oct. 12, Hostesses will be the Monmouth Garden Club and the Kirkwood Past Presidents Club. committee consisting of Mrs. Arbey Vancil, Mrs. Eldon Rhea and the Monmouth "Y" must conduct! Mrs. George Rule. Refreshments "were served by a meeting at Berwick Oct. 14, should be made by Wednesday with Mrs. Arthur Brown. its own fund campaign. Reservations for the district READ THE WANT ADS i THE .TRIDE - : v RITE Aledo SHOE tve stock plenty sizes plenty widths and take plenty of the Eastern states. While' gone ^ and they visited his cousin, Vincent avni i a hip Reed and family In Chester avauaDie Springs, Pa.; her daughter, Mrs. Brice Duchett and husband in Silver Springs, Md., and his daughter, Mrs. Sam Maimone and husband in Bridgeport, Conn. Frederick Logan of Chicago was a dinner guest of his aunt, Mrs. John Noble and family on Friday. Sgt. and Mrs. "Bud" Stewart are the parents of a baby daughter born at the Burlington Hospital Saturday afternoon. The baby has been named Wenda Ray. The mother is the former Gail McDavid. Sgt Stewart is stationed in Newfoundland. Mrs. Sarah France and Raus, were visiting relatives in Moravia, Iowa, on Sunday. Mrs. Glenna Jean Boyce of Alton spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McDavid. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pruett entertained guests with a fish fry at their home on Saturday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pruett of Altona; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scroggy of Knoxville and Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Sumner of Williamsfield. Mrs, John Noble and Mrs. Flora Essex were visitors in Lomax, on Sunday afternoon. The former's mother, Mrs. Mary Dowell, accompanied them home for a few days visit in the Noble home, and also will visit another daughter, Mrs. Arlington E. Gittings, and family. concessions will be time in fitting your c hild The disabled veteran and tho physicaiiy handicapped worker have a rightful place in the economic structure of the community. It's good business to employ disabled veterans. DEAF MAN STARTS HEARING CLUB $4.50 *o $7.95 Priced According to Size. Mr. H. A. hyoxiM, hearing aid manufacturer, (hard pi hearing himself for over twenty years) ha» started a low- cost Hearing Club designed to give clear, constant hearing for a small, all-inclusive monthly fee. ALEDO—Mr. and Mrs. Reed of LaHarpe were Sunday dinner guests of their son, Mr. and Mrs. James Reed and family of Aledo. Mrs. Joe McCreight and children of Aiedo spent Saturday visiting her grandparents in Muscatine. Miss Gloria Miller, a student at Western State College, Macomb, spent the weekend in tjie home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Miller of Aledo. Mrs. Robert McBride of Aledo son,Us expected back today from Chicago where she has had an extended visit with her brother. The G. T. C. Society of the First Presbyterian Church of Aledo met for a potluck supper Monday night with Mrs. Leonard Anderson as chairman and Mrs. Fred Helton and Mrs. Dwight Simpson assisting. ' The Ladies Aid Society of the Messiah Lutheran Church of Aledo met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Those on the serving committee were Mrs. Sam Koresko, Mrs. Andy Koresko, Mrs. John McVeigh and Mrs, Arthur Fields. The Birthday Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. E. C. Bedford. Mrs. Bedford and Mrs. Will Bracht were honored guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gourley were recent guests in the home of his sister, Mrs. Estelle French, of Aledo. Mrs. Howard Adams entertained the Wesleyao Service Guild in her home today. Mrs. George Acord and Mrs. Mason Jennings were hostesses The L.D.S. Society Study Club met Thursday in the Joy church. Mrs. Earl Scranton was the hostess. Chapter H of P.E.O. met Monday at the P.E.O. Home in Knpx- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Reynolds spent Saturday in the home of their Mrs. Clair Headly, and You get a brand-new, super-power hearing aid and aU batteries, cords and other accessories furnished for one smaU monthly fee. No further worry—no repair bills- no big investment. Hundreds of members of the Club will vouch for the fact that it is the best "buy" on the hearing aid market today. Write for inlonTiation to H. A. Lyons, Hearing Club, 304 First National Ban* Building. Faoria, Illinois. Wood of afternoon daughter, family. Employers. Before you hire new workers, consider hiring capable and reliable handicapped worker* Surveys show the handicapped worker has a lower accident rate, a lower absentee record and a production record equal to that of unimpaired workers. r i READ THE CLASSIFIED AOS You Save Way D u ring This Offer VINGS Enough paint or wallpap SAVINGS Extra liberal trade llowance your kitchen perial Gas Range your new effect during offer NEW IMPERIAL Beauty to match your newly painted Luxurious, handsome high er and convenience outlet. Four top burners, 2 giant size all with summer-set valves. flame broiler smokeless broiler pan. All porcelain inside and Oven fully insulated, accurate heat control. Sliding drip trays, this value today. Save two ways—buy now. Floor Sampl SMART UNIVERSAL ETON Save $45 by being here first. The smart Eton Universal gives you beauty as well as performance. Modern, streamlined back rail with built in timer and convenience outlet Two giant and two regular simmer save burners. Large 17" oven with seamless porcelain lining. Roomy storage compartments. Popular divided top. See this value today .. • be here early, it won't last long at this price... only one to sell. No orders taken. REG. $199.75 A 1 v. ^ 244 E, Main Si. Galeeburg, 111. f

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