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June 24, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

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MOSQUITOES are making life so miserable for formers to Williamson County that Loreii Nolen of Stonefort won't go in the Held very long without protection. His anti-itch garb includes a wire mesh hood, overalls, leather jacket or raincoat and gloves—even in 100 degree weather. Some farmers reportedly have considered selling out because of the skceters. State Rep. C. L. Mc- Cormlck (R-Vienna) has Introduced a bill in the Illinois House to appropriate $11,000 to the State Department of Public Health to deal with the problem. UNlFAX E.G. Wood Will Is Admitted For Probate MONMOUTH - The'will of Eugene G. Wood, Monmouth, who died May 18 in Galesburg, was admitted for probate Saturday in Warren County Court. According to the petition he left real estate and personal property of undetermined value to his widow, Geneva P. Wood, who was appointed executrix by Judge Scott I. Klukos. READ THE WAN'l ADS I Hand Decorated CAKES • All Occasions • Btrtnaayb • weddings SCANDIA BAKERY & LUNCH 326 E. Main St. Share-the Fun Night Is Set For Thursday MONMOUTH - Share-the-fun night is on the Warren County Homemakers Extension calendar for this week. The annual affair will be held Thursday night at 7:30 in Warren School With home economics 4-H clubs and agricultural clubs participating. Unit meetings this week are: Park Ridge, at. the home of Mrs. Allen Bennett Tuesday at 2 p.m. Larchland Unit Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Raymond Hutchins, hostess. ColdbBook /Unit with Mrs. Ralph Ault Wednesday at 1^30 p.m. • Tomkins Sunshine Unit Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Gerald Hull. Dad Gets Gift LOUGHBOROUGH, England (UPI) — Michael Brooks, 12, said today he would give the barrel of beer he won at a church carnival to his father. Monmouth Hospital Notes Admitted Friday, Mrs. James Gerald, Mrs. Robert Fry, Monmouth. Admitted Saturday, Kenneth Sanborn, William A. Thompson, Paul Russell, Carl Stodgell, Mrs. Samuel Flesher, Miss tfathryn Burns, Monmouth and Mrs. Claude Brown, Oquawka. Dismissed Saturday, Mrs. James Gerald, Mrs. James Hopkins and baby, Mrs. Robert L. Fry, Monmouth; Mrs. Robert Work, Kirkwood and Miss Marcia Theman- son, Fremont, Neb. Born Sunday, girls to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stokes, Monmouth, and Mr. . and Mrs. Ronnie Norman, Biggi.ville. Admitted Sunday, Mrs. Fred Stanton, Monmouth. Dismissed Sunday, Mrs. Vern Blythe, Seaton; Mrs. James Norgart and baby and Mrs. James Dillard and baby, Monmouth. Area Women Take Part in Convention MONMOUTH - Mrs. Wendell Roller of Monmouth, one of nine Illinois delegates to the 40th annual convention of the American Medical Association Auxiliary, attended the sessions In Atlantic City, June 16-20. There she presented ths nil* nols president's report Monday and accepted the National First Award given by the AMA's EoV catlen and Research Foundation to Crawford County for the highest contribution per member, in counties up to 60 members. Other highlights of the convention included a Civil Defense "Flash Card Book" made by Mrs. Homer Fleisher of Knoxville and a "Clergy-Doctor" exhibit made by Mrs. A. W. Wellstein of Geneseo. A new department, the AMA's department of medicine and religion was promoted during the week. On Sunday a program "Physician-Clergy-Patient" was presented. The speakers Were Bishop Fulton J. Sheen of New York, member of the advisory committee; Edward Rynearsqn, M.D., of Mayo Clinic, and Rev. Dr. Paul B. McCleave, director of the medicine and religion department. Purpose of the department is to create the proper climate for communication between the physician and clergyman leading to the most effective care and treatment, df the patient. Dr. Edward R.'Annis of Miami, Fla., was installed as the 117th president of the A.M.A. and Mrs. C. Roldney Stoltz of Watertown, S.D., as president of the auxiliary. Mrs. Roller will serve as safety chairman of the Northcen- tral region, an area of 12 states. The safety program will include emphasis on poison control and gun safety. Louis F. Lucas, executive director of the National Rifle Association, stressed the need for safety, education. Nixon Meets Nasser CAIRO, U.A.R. (UPD—Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon met Sunday with U.A.R. President Gamal Abdel Nasser and praised his "strong personality, intelligence, wisdom, and immense knowledge." Nixon did not disclose what he discussed with Nasser. Qatesbura Register-Malt, Galesburg, III, Monday, June 24, 1963 11 MONMOUTIliAt FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE ?34*4i2H Setoff 6:30 NAACP to Probe Barbershop Issue MONMOUTH — Robert McWilliama of Monmouth, 1st vice president of the NAACP Galesburg Branch, has been authorized by that branch to investigate the Mon* mouth barbershop issue. This announcement was made today in the Register- Mail's Galesburg office. The issue arose after the Monmouth Chamber df Commerce passed a resolu Mercer Day Camp Planned For Girls NORTH HENDERSON - Girl Scouts of Mercer County have been invited to participate in a day camp at' the Mercer Fairgrounds in Aledo, starting Monday at 9 a.m. Campers will return at 3 p.m. Seventy registrations have been made by,girls from New Boston, Viola, Aledo and North Henderson. Mothers will be ehtertained Friday afternoon at camp. Mrs. William Hileman of Aledo is camp director, and Mrs. H. O. Stutsman, nurse. Volunteer helpers are Mrs. James Morris and Mrs. Doris Riley of New Boston; Mi's. Paul Grizzle of Reynolds; Mrs. Robert Hendryr, Mrs. Carl Barnhouse. Mrs. Richard Cameron, Mrs. Sam Rishel and Mrs. John Sprague of Aledo. Campers are to take a sack lunch. A drink will be furnished at noon. Jaycees From Illinois Are A Bit Miffed LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Jav- cees from at least 14 states, including a slightly-miffed Illinois delegation, have arrived in\Louisville for the Junior Chamber of Commerce national , convention which opened today. The Illinois delegates rebelled at traveling 75 miles daily from Louisville to Lexington where they had been assigned rooms. The Illinoisans pitched their tents on the Fairground Stadium baseball field near the exposition center-site 0f the convention. tion proposed by Monmouth College officials. It called for Monmouth barbers, In effect, to desegregate their shops. Dr. Robert Gibson, college president, said the difficulty Negrj&i had getting their hair ctlt handicapped some of his students. Monmouth's only Negro barber died two years ago, leaving Mon* mouth's 300 Negro families with* out a barber. Before making his proposal, Gibson obtained a statement from the Illinois Department of Education and Registration which ruled that state law requires barbers to be trained to cut the hair of any person. A group of barbers stated Tuesday that barber schools train their students to cut only certain types of hair, and that Monmouth barbers have not had training to cut the hair of Negroes. The barbers stated they would be open' to lawsuits by cutting hair for which they were untrained. The Chamber of Commerce passed its resolution June 13 without consulting the barbers, and this irked the hair-cutters. They said the chamber's action was "unwarranted, in poor taste arid misrepresented the pertinent facts. . . ." However, the barbers offered to help the chamber get a qualified person to cut the hair of Negroes and said they would donate a chair. MARRIAGE LICENSES MONMOUTH — Three marriage licenses were issued Saturday, to James Reynolds and Margaret Larkin, of Monmouth, to Darwin Wheeler and Edna Howard, of Burlington, and to John S. Steele and Mary Jo Lefort, ot Monmouth. Roseville Girls Give Work for Projects ROSEVILLE —"Girls Fellowship Guild of Roseville Baptist Church met in the home of Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Larson Thursday to make further plans for service-projects, to memorize jtheir membership requirements, discuss the appoint- SUMMER SPECIALS • 4 J ;;;tfri&??\ . . - Wonderful things are happening now at your SINGER SEWING CENTER. • Reductions on discontinued models, floor models and demonstrators. , • Savings on SINGER' vacuums & floor polishers. • Extra Trade-in Allowance for your old sewing machine. • Dozens ofbonus values. OPEN 'Til » EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT EAT. SINGER SEWING CENTER ment of an assistant sponsor and lay plans for the promotion of the organization's membership. Mrs. R. E. Larson, sponsor, plus present members of the guild ex tended an invitation to Baptist girls who are students at the Rose ville Junior and Senior High schools to necome members. All girls in this age bracket were welcomed to attend the next meeting, Thursday at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Larson. The guild, a junior missionary group, made quilt blocks for an Indian mission at Thursday's meeting and plans are being made for the making of tray favors for the Galesburg State Research Hospital, as well as other social service projects. Members, according to Mrs, Larson, are required to read one book each year from four areas of the guild work: personality development, the Christian home, world outreach and vocations. Guild work, which can be accomplished at home, is awarded junior missionaries degrees. Roseville Briefs Linda Langford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Langford, returned Saturday from Normal, where she attended the 3-day FHA convention, held at Illinois State Normal University. Pamela Humphrey, daughter of Mrs, Nancy Humphrey, spent last week on the campus of MacMurray College, Jacksonville, where she attended the annual Girls State meeting. Mark Costello, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Costello, traveled to Springfield Sunday, where he is attending the Boys State event. (Mrs. Leonard Ockert is substituting for vacationing Mrs. Mary Marks. She may be contacted by phoning 426-2517.) . John Ockert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ockert of Roseville, a senior at Western Illinois University, is working this summer at Gay-El-Rancho resort, located in northern Michigan. Willing Workers Class of the Roseville Christian Church will Farmington Couple Hurt in Near Headon CANTON—A Farmington couple and a Canton man were hospitalized Sunday morning following the near headon crash of their two cars near Canton.. Reported In good condition at Graham Hospital in Canton were Thomas Barnabee, 51. of 129 S. Main St., Farmington; his wife Fern, 47, and Guy Williams, 69, of 725 N. A St., Canton. All received cuts and bruises as a result of tjie accident. Williams, alone in his car, was traveling north on Illinois 78, according to state police, and attempted to turn into a private driveway. His car was struck by the southbound Barnabee auto. Birth KfMMiril TOULON — Mr. and Mrs. Sherwyn Appenheimer of south of Toulon are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday in Kewa.nee Public Hospital. Clarence Appenheimer of Toulon is the paternal grandfather. Rent Electric Carpel Jhampooer FOR ONLY '1 .I' Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer tor only fl per day with purchase at famous Blue Lustre Shampoo Save big with thjfi easy lo use 'do It yourself' equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting Available st meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. In the home of Mrs. Marie Poland. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs Grace Hines, Mrs. Pearl Ross and Mrs. Verne Martin. Roll call will be "Foods Mentioned in the Bible." Mrs. Carlton C. Gossett will present the program. There w'll be no meeting during July and August. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hartsell have moved into the Gossett residence, located on U. S. 67, south of the village of Roseville. Mrs. William Swift of Burlington, arrived on Friday for a visit in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kington. Mr. and Mrs. Max Kidder are vacationing in Las Vegas, Nev.,1 where they traveled to attend the wedding of their son Mike Saturday. Berwick Baptist Church will sponsor a lawn social Tuesday at the church. The Harmony Club, sponsor, will begin serving sandwiches, potato salad, pie and ca 1 /? at 5:30 p.m. Mrs. Phyllis McCullough and son have moved into the Earl Evans J residence in Roseville. Mrs, Me Cullough has filled the vacancy J at the Roseville Clinic, caused by the resignation of Mrs. Holland Rodgers. George McFarland Is receiving ^therapy at the McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. 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