Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 8, 1953 · Page 13
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Raftrt*.MoR Offk*. tit L Iraatfway Phi* Vt "mm FOR MISSED COPIES PrtOrtE Ml Terms Warren County Civil Defense Effort 'Backward' MONMOUTH—Howard T. East, ©f Jollet, regional public safety officer of the Federal Civil De fense Administration, spoke on "You and Civil Defense" at the regular meeting of the Monmouth Business and Professional Women's Club held Wednesday night at the American Legion Club rooms. He said that from the standpoint of civil defense Monmouth and Warren County were listed among the backward regions because they had no organization or designated civil defense officials. He urged that the women of the group take the initiative in a campaign to have local authorities organize a suitable civil defense corps to function in case of a national disaster. He stated that experience abroad proved that approximately a 50 per cent reduction in casualties and deaths could be attained through civil defense organization, planning and training. Pointing out that Warren County would not have to be recipient of a direct attack to be seriously affected, Mr. East listed many ways this area might be handicapped in the event of a strike upon such target cities as Peoria, Chicago and St. Louis. Present Program Miss Diane Payne sang three numbers with Mrs. Oracle Peterson at the piano. The program was in the charge of the national security committee headed by Mrs. Virginia Jaudcs. Seventy-two John Twomey Resigns; Board Calls Wednesday Meeting MONMOUTH — Warren County will have a new sheriff follow- ng the announcement today that Sheriff John Twomey has submitted his resignation effective Wednesday. A special meeting of the board of supervisors has been called for Wednesday at which time a new sheriff Is expected to be appointed. Other members of the sheriff's staff include chief deputy Harley Worden and deputy Paul Atchison. Twomey has been sheriff since 1950 and his term would have expired in December of 1054. Next regular county election will be in November of 1954. Before being elected sheriff, Twomey served as chief deputy under Sheriff Ed Drayson for four years. From 1943 until 1946 he was a member of the Monmouth police force. His future plans have not been announced. Truckers Will Hear Executive on Friday MONMOUTH—Truckers of this area will meet Friday at 7 p.m. at the circuit court room of the War ren County courthouse to hear Charles F. Mansfield of Spring field. Mr. Mansfield, who is gen-| eral manager of the Agricultural Transportation Association, will discuss the problems of truck taxes and licenses. Sheriff Twomey '/dps in Quest OS Fourth Win At Macomb MONMOUTH — The Monmouth' ZipP'Ts will be seeking their fourth straight win of the season tonight at the new athletic field in Miicomb at fi p. m. Macomb played Bennlslown to a 13 to 13 I if; last, week and the previous wer k lost to Jacksonville 33 to 7. Monrnoufh Coaches Glenn Slav- enhagen. and Dwight Alvis aren't regarding this game lightly because l he Maeomb club is definitely showing improvement and could cause the Zippers plenty of trouble. The Zippers are in good condition and hope to chalk up another v.in to keep their record clean before their Homecoming game here against Canton, Oct. Hi. In their three starts, Monmouth has won from Ceneseo, 6-0; Abingdon by the same score, and last week trounced Carthage 35-0. building on South Main street formerly occupied by the Quinn Grocery. J. A A. as* Thursday, October 8, 1963 .13 MONMOUTH Hospital Admitted Wednesday were Mrs. Maggie Jones, Mrs. Russell George, John Coursey and Herbert Johnson, all of Monmouth. A boy was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frascr of Monmouth. Dismissed Wednesday were Thomas Pogue, Mrs. Richard Reitman, Mrs. E. E. Leader, Mrs. John Dennis and Mrs. Cora Peterson, all of Monmouth; Miss Jane Simmons of Kirkwood, Mrs. Lorcn Downcs of Biggsville, Mrs. Raymond Pulse and baby of Smithshire, Mrs. Edward Carncr of Kirkwood and Mrs. Caret Larkins and baby of Oquawka. Elks Decide To Build on Present Site , Cobalt, a strategic metal, derives its name from kobold, meaning an evil or mischievous spirit. Girl Scouts To Try Again on Safety Tape Program MONMOUTH—Because rain interfered with the program of placing reflector tape on many bicycles in Monmouth Saturday, the Girl Scouts of troop 21 will hold a similar session Friday at the Standard Station at East Broadway and South Fourth Street. Bicycles may be brought in from 9 a.m. to noon. There will be no charge. Sea* Journey To Ripon for Saturday Tilt MONMOUTH — The Fighting Scots take off on another long bus ride Friday morning. This time the destination is Ripon, Wis., where the local team will go in search of its fourth straight victory of the year. Ripon's Redmcn will provide the opposition in a Saturday night game, and if past experience is any guide, this could be a tough one. Coach Carl Doehling, the Ripon mentor and dean of the Midwest circuit's football coaches, invariably produces dangerous teams. This will be only the third outing for the Redmen, who have split in two games thus far. They dropped a 14-0 tilt with Indiana State in a non-conference opener, followed by a 14-6 win over Cornell, the same outfit the Scots toppled 24-0 in last Saturday's rainstorm. The Scots hope to be in good physical condition for the contest, and barring the unforsecn, the top hands should all be available Saturday night. Art Show On At College MONMOUTH—The October art show at Monmouth College began this week, and will continue through Oct. 24. Thomas H. Hamilton, chairman of the art department and coordinator of the monthly art shows, said this morning that the Current show features 20 interesting water colors by Myrle Kelly. Miss Kelly is professor of art at Southwestern State College, Weatherford, Okla. She has studied widely, not only in this country, but in nine European nations. Her watercolors have been shown in rfiany museums and college and university galleries throughout the United States, and are now on a tour managed by the Studio Guild of New York. This is the third time her work has been displayed here. Mr. Hamilton said the art building, East Broadway and Sixth street, will be open each afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock, Monday through Friday, and the general public is invited to view the watercolors any afternoon. The building will also be open this Sunday afternoon, October 11, from three to five. No School Friday MONMOUTH — Monmouth public schools will be dismissed Friday so that teachers may attend the meeting of the Western Division of the Illinois Education Association at Galesburg. Plan Degree MONMOUTH — Hiawatha Encampment No. 87 will meet at the Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Work will be on the golden rule degree. Lunch will follow. Realty Transfers Ruth lone Miller to Charles C. and Velma C. Richardson, part of lot 9, block 9, old town plat in Roseville. In the 17th century great trade fairs were held at Taos, New Mexico, rivaling those in Chihuahua, where goods were exchanged from all over the west. members and guests were present. A short business meeting followed with Mrs. Mildred Wilford presiding. She announced that word had been received that tickets would be mailed soon for "Kiss Me Kate" road show production being sponsored in Monmouth Dec. 2 by the club. Mrs. Mary Jane Hawcock announced that the Halloween party was to be held Oct. 29, in the Auxiliary rooms. Miss Harriett Shellenberger as committee chairman for next month's meeting said that plans were being made to entertain Monmouth High School seniors. MONMOUTH—The Elks Lodge' plans to rebuild the Elks Club on the Public Square site of their; old building which was destroyed: by fire Feb. 1 in the major fire of the city this year. Announcement! was made today by George Gas-| kill, exalted ruler of the local: lodge, following a meeting of thei group held Wednesday night. Fol- j lowing the fire the Elks set up temporary club headquarters! above the Marine Room on East First Avenue in the 100 block. The new building will be a one- story structure, it was announced, with a basement. Frontage will be 38 feet and the building will be 90 feet long. Size of the new club building will be only about half the size of the building destroyed by fire which had a 66 foot front and was 132 feet long. Architects are drawing up plans and bids are expected to be released in the very near future. Plans of the Elks have been not too definite following the $325,000 fire early this year which threatened an entire unit of the Public Square. Also formerly housed in the old three-story building were Spurgeon's Mercantile Company and Frank's Smokehouse. Since then Frank Goff has opened up his business in the Clyde Woods building on East Archer, while Spurgeons have been located in the Bowman Building on Market Place. However, Spurgeons plan to move into the CALLOUSES To relieve painful callouses, burning or tenderness on bottom of feet' and remove callouses—get then thin, eoothing, cushioning pads. D-Scholls Zino-pads aged far, far longer than other premium beers KcilenM *One reason it tastes so extra good LEONARDS Continues It's Gigantic Disposal Sale! OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M. Famous Brand Reg. $42.50! Ladies' or Man's 17-Jewel WATCHES With your old watch in trade. Reg. $29.75! Ladies' or Man's Fully Jeweled Wrist Watch Reg. $39,751 Man's 17-Jewel Waterproof - Shockproof Anti-Magnetic Our Price Wiih expansion band. Reg. $49.75 Ladies' 7-Diamond Cluster 14 Kt. Yellow Gold 88 ENGAGEMENT RINGS Beautiful fiery gems. 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