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<L.^3feaJ^^ June 87, 1963 Two Roseville Circles Hear 1 " m ™ " d M n Report on Migrant Workers ROSEVILLE — The Esther and Ruth circles of the Methodist Church held a joint meeting Monday evening in the Church Educational Building. The two circles united for the program which Was presented by Miss Linda Hulchisson of Moh " mouth, who gave an account of her work With migrant workers for the Muscatine Migrant Council. Mfss Hufchisson, who is a Spanish major at Sterling College in Sterling, Kan., is putting into practical iise ihe language in which She is proficient and which is of great assistance to her in her work with Spanish speaking migrants. The work is chiefly financed by contributions from area churches and receives additional support from the National Council of Churches and the If. J. Heinz Co. Foundation. Mrs. Robert Gibb conducted the" flev*6ti&ns and the circles held Rosevillc MART MARKS ptiMM m-mh P O. 5 *1 !M (Mrs. Leonard Ockcrt Is sub* stituting for vacationing Mrs. Mary Marks. She may be contacted by phoning 126-2517.) business sessions before uniting for refreshments and a social hour in charge of Mrs. Robert Gibb, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Wil- WEEKEND SPECIAL Small Steakburgers REGULAR 14c \ 0C FRENCH FRIES 10c- 20c -29c -55c We afco have added Pepsi-Cola to our menu. CURB and CARRY-OUT SERVICE Only PARKWAY DRIVE-IN 1223 N. Henderson St. Returning To Marando's TUES. JULY 2nd (By Popular Demand) mm CLYDE McCOY AND HIS ORCHESTRA JULY 2 THRU JULY 15 CLYDE McCOY, MR. SUGAR BLUES. Show of the classic New Orleans brand of blues and jazz, plus all star show. Dance music from 9-2. Show time 11:40. DOOR CHARGE 90c - SAT. $1.50 POODLE SINGS This dog makes musical yelpings ... a nhi'lll, wailing sound lacing the beautiful "Blue Danuhe Wall/." The sound, relieve it or not, is that of Jacque, a singinp Krrnc.li Poodle — hest known to dale far lits nine TV renditions of the lovely tune, lie sings nightly with owner CLYDE McCOY, now at Mainndo's. Jarquo travels the continent in a Cadillac willi two suilcases of fancy collars, hats, sweaters and bnnfs. Dinners srrvpd Monday thru Saturday 5 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. SUNDAY DINNERS NOON 'TIL 12 MIDNIGHT (Children under 12 Free) PLUS JOE STROEHLE In The i Cocktail Lounge For Reservations Dial 787 1111 Mil AM III f« ArtAMIl Plotter* Mrs. .tarries Brtekori was in chapp of the business meelihg" of the Esther circle and Mrs. itichatfJ Walker and Mrs. Terry Ehrcnhart were appointed to serve on the flower committee for church services and Will be in charge of pulpit flowers for the mottlh of July, Mis. Stuart Mayhew and Mrs. Chris fialmer were appointed to help the chairman make arrangements for the food stand at the church auction Sept. 7. Mrs. William Johnson was 1(1 charge of the business session for the Ruth circle and Mrs. Edwin Striekler gave a report of pledge money. Members signed pledges for their part in trie programs and .'Jso for serving dtir^ ing the coming year. Present Program A group of Rosevillc women who arc members of the Monmouth Garden Club presented the program at the club friecling Monday in the Monmouth Presbyterian Church. "M I ; S . Waller Cayman of Rose villc was in charge of the program and other Rosevillc women faking part Were Mrs. Charles McMurry, Who gave a reading "My Garden and I," Mrs. Carl Clore, who talked ort "Iris," and Mrs. Ralph Striekler, who gave a talk on "Caro and Trimming of Evergreens." FloWer arrangements were made and displayed by Mrs. Gayman, Miss Mabel Kelsey, Mrs. Clore and Mrs. Ralph Striekler. Mrs. Raymond Tygrctt and Mrs. Waymaek Were in charge of prizes. Mrs. McMurry was in charge of the musical program alid presented Victor and James Manuel and Miss Kay Kirk- patrlck of Rosevillc in vocal selections with Mrs. Dale Sands as accompanist. Mi's. Howard Manuel and Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick of Roseville were special guests. Many flower arrangements Were on display by the Roseville women. Meet At O'Neill Home The Anti-Cant Class of the Methodist Sunday school met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ora O'Neal, west of Roseville, with Mrs. Harlcy Felt assisting as hostess. Mrs. Bruce Lcaverton conducted the devotions and Mrs. S. A. Pcndarvis presented several articles from the Readers Digest and also poems from the Ideals magazine. The next meeting will be a family picnic July 23 at Eldridge Park. Rosevillc News Notes Debbie Elliott, 2 -year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Elliott of Monmouth and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Bowles of Roseville, has been taken to Iowa City and is under observation at the clinic there. Mrs. Bowles is staying in the Elliott home in Monmouth and caring for the other children while ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Houri — Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri„ Sat.—10 a.m. lo 12 Mtdnllo. Sunday — 5 p.m. lo Midnlta. Closed Mondays. FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out servlca Call 342-2413 Onon Daily at 5 P.M. GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSIONS Leave Burlington at 2 P.M. (D.S.T.) tor a tour-hour Scenic Trip up through Lock 18 and back to Burlington at 6 P.M. Dine at Arion Reiturant. SATURDAY, SUNDAY and HOLIDAYS Call Burlington. Plaia 2-2925, collect for Charters and Reservations. MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Top WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Bays DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window Also Wttaga Homecoming This Weekend HOSPITAL NOTES Seibcrt, (588 Mul- St. MawS j ABMIfttfOftl WfebrtfeSBAY M*s. Jo* I. Mennftflferit Sr., New llS .W6. $t. Mrs. Corn B, Mrs. WicHflrd S. ftyden, fl§2 ti. Cedar St. t . . . -t Frank. Sheft. 244 E. North. St. _ Mflx A. Irrt/er, 2 .4n N. Reiirjg* St. Lawrchefe Paul Thurmafi, Abingdort. Steven L. Tlitirrbari, Abjtttdbfi. . Mrs. .tames A. Allensworth, 1829 MoahiFir Ave. , Mrs. woodrow M. Lcighlon, 849 Mulberry SI. Jambs (Sam) Wolfe, WIIHamsfuMfl. Barry T. Shaffer, 170 S. Academy . .St. Mrs. Shelby C. Case. 3fi3 Hollon SI. Kenneth R. Polk, 258 W. North St. Mrs. Hazel a. WalkCr, Abingdon. Mrs. Eugene t. Pech, 898 Hawkln- son Ave. Jbhh i, Qhjwey, GalesbUr* tlbutfi 2. Miss M8tgar«t Spllrhflrl, Kndxvllle. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Luther Elliekson, 81? S. Chambers St. Oena Frisby, ififl Ohio Ave. Raymond b\ Fuller, 2fl3 Cottage Ave. Jeffrey C. Leahy, 856 E. Berrien St. Ciavton F. Lehman, 40D N. Cherry St. Duanc McGarry, Plaza Holel. Charlcn E. Moody, Knoxville. Mrs. mehnrrt ,T. ORlcSby, Knoxville. Mrs. Jack T?. Sanford, 1241 Day. St. MrS. Maitdc A. Schnffer, 235 Cottage Ave. Mrs. ChCryl Schneider, 1159 Arcadia Dr. , IUtf W. Slfnkins. Abingdon. William Tracy. 1148 W. Fremont St. Miss Jean Weir, Monmouth. Mrs. CJitford While, Knoxville. CoHrtgc - A DMISSIONS wfrJrig&BAv fiantel ft, Ktiutfi, Knoxville. MgJ. Giara P. Sartalri, 1135 touv\ Mrs. Myrtle Carlson, Wataga. Mrl MME. OlSbH^GHlson. Dfebra A. SHyd*f, 1M1 Harrison St. William ft., Thomas,!), flrid nobert . „D. Hepburn, 1D85 Balrd Ave. Mrs. Barbara A. JohriSbn, Sealort. Dallas. O. Lfcadbetter, 140"2 Mon- .mbmh Blvd. Mrs. Patricia J. Steller; 585 Arnold St. ^ t Clyde 1 E. AldermAn, Sfi6 Churchill Ave. Al UliMt ^AfeS WfeDNESDAY Mlt?l K. Dbrbin, Abingdon. Arthur Aj. Crouse, 300 Ohio Ave. Laura L. Tlnkham, Cameron. Miss Nina Tullsen. Watnga. Mrs. Sandra J. Swanson, Monmouth. Mrs, Elizabeth P. Jonea, MonmoutH. ttarVoV L. Moore, BlahdlhSvillc. , Mrs. Vit'Mihia Stambaugh and baby, •,.G6neseo. ... Mrs. Dellla E. Anderson, New Windsor. Mrs, Lynn E. WilSoh and baby, 17l2 Columbus AVe. Miss Connie S. SteVeHs, Knoxville. Mrs. Mattie L. Samuelsorl, 747 W. Losey St. Robert C. CoUrtrigfit, Oneida. Gilbert L. Sanford, Avon. Robert W. Englc, Galcsburg Roulb ,3. Mrs. Mary K. Collier, Peoria. Mrs. Lila Finch, New Boston. Mt;s. Nancy L. Gladfcltcr, 1451 Jefferson SI. Mrs. Clara L. Corcoran, Oneida. Altie I. Webber, 230 Berggren Ave. Mr$. LeUie. I..Qaj^, Fairview. Mrs. Nenolia Mahr, Fairview. Donald B. Hardin, Keithsbttrg. Ql«h F. VanBUsen, 185 Ohto Ave. Mrs. Linda Genisio, 911 E. Main St. Mrs. Elliott is in Iowa City with Debbie. ,' Ilarvey Adair entered the Galfis- burg Cottage Hospital Sunday for observation and treatment. Mrs. Nedra Suggett, who had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Pratt of Roseville, left Tuesday to return to her home in Jefferson City, Mo. pr. and Mrs. John Hoyt and family are expected home Saturday from Crane Lake, Minn., where they have been spending their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Voorhces at Roseville are alsd at Crane Lake for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Palffiburg attended the Palmburg family reunion at Monmouth Pai-k Sunday. Mrs. Morton Hoffman and daughters of Peoria are spending the week in Roseville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taylor. On Sunday, Hoffman will join his family here for a visit in the Taylor home. Churches to Unite The Methodist and Baptist congregations Will unite in a morning service Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Baptist Church. Rev. R. G. Marks, Methodist pastor, will prftach the morning sermon. On the first two Sundays in August, union services of the Baptist and Methodist congregations Will be held at the Methodist Church, with Rev. Robert Larson of the Baptist Church as the speaker. The Rev. Mr. Marks will be on vacation the first two Sundays of August. Miss Mary Lou Kington of Monmouth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kington of Roseville, has been appointed lo the local governmental accounting committee of Illinois Society of Certified Public Accountants. She is a partner in the firm of Stevenson and Kington, CPA of Monmouth. Clinic Held for Cheerleaders TOULON — Four Toulon Township High School cheerleaders went to cheerleading clinic at Normal Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schmidt took the girls and they are Alexis Sclimidt, J a c q 11 i e Briggs, Vickie McMillen and Jane Langdon. Canadian mines produce more than three-fourths of the world's supply of nickel, but the nation exports more than 95 per cent of its production. READ THE WANT ADS1 Rioans Greet Kin From Wisconsin RIO—Miss Bonnie Gillilan of IVtuskego, Wis. visited at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Rdgei' Lflveridge, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nelson visited last weekend with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nelson ahrj family id Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carlson ( Russell and Nancy of Dumos, Tex., are visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cederberg. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thompson also were dinner guests in the Cederberg Home Monday to visit with the Carlsons. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harriman and son and daughter-in-law Mr. arid Mrs. Jim Harriman and sons, Galesburg, Were Sunday callers at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heflin of Woodhull, Mrs. George Leafgreen and Laurie spent two days last week visiting in the home of the Robert Sheridans in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cederberg and Donetta and Mrs. Orville Thompson were dinner guests Tuesday in the Willard Parrish home in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willett of Wataga called on Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller Sunday. Micheal Mott and William Shea attended the horse races in Chicago last Saturday. NOW PLAYING 2a —PLUS— NOONAN * MARSHALL * EDEN AIR-CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults: «0c Child: 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE EARL FRIDAY MORNING --op EN GRANDPA HAPPY'S Summertime Fun Show IN PERSON ON STAGE OR T0T£, OR ALL mi ^ DIFFERENT £ACH WEEK 1M PERSON GRANDPA MAPPY TV STAR OF C W MNEl- 4 -OKI THE SCREEN— THE LOST PLAMET'j CARTOONS „ ^ 6AIORE/ , SPElDEUk'U BRACELETS * FLASH CAMERA * TOVS,TAS§ES,P0PC0RH MACDONMtfSHAMBURGER- X A^W ROOT BEER-A FREE RIDE AT * GALESBURG AMUSEMENT PARK*-*- ^ A.MP A FREE SAME OP PUTT-PUTT QOLF W> • in. mil i...1 iJi .11111.1111 <|<W—W» " Texani Am Greeted At Alexis ALE&IS-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams of Grand Prairie, Tex., spent the weeketid With her sister, Mrs. Stanley Lo ftiflnco, and family. The Biahcos left for the Texas town to visit her mother, Mrs. Thclma Teel. Curtis Moore, Dick Mfliqr. Myron Simpsoi imd Bob McCreighl went to flbys State, being held in Springfield this week. The boys are spensorcd by the Alexis Lions Club, Cornfriereial Club and the Jaltlfes HarVey Scott Post of the American Legion. Dr. arid Mrs. Jbhh E. Bfjhan and family left Friday Mr Paducah, Ky., whcl-e they Will Visit their daughter, Mrs. William Tracewell, and family. Mrs, Habcl Mayhem attended a class reunion of the class of 1898 THEATRE w MAUI Rt> 34 Wcst * 0pc * RU WW 7:30 — SHOW busk , MfffRO Candy Cane Playland .Open ,7:3CLp.m, BODYGUARD f 0 A BEAUTY! MGMjmhs. G SIEMRT 17 SYLVA ' RANGER; Wil S wordsman CHRlSTlHE I CINEMASCOPE and " EASTMAMCOLOR of Aledo at IU home, ef M>'. SflrJ Mrs. Wallace 6ufHFle df Aledo. Out of 11 living classmates, seven alfeftde'd trie fd^tfler. Mr. and M«. tim\& DgMdn of Des Moines, fowa, are visiffng his father, John Denton, and brother, Anthony Denton. W. A. Cox and sister Myrtle attended the 50th anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Kirk of Lakeland, Fla., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Anderson at Woodhull Sunday. Mbvle Calendar fHMMOM, JUfte if dftPMEWM: "Tammy and, th« tor," 1:55, 3:58, 5:58, TiSS aVYc Montreal's Canadian Sank of Conimerce building is one 6t the vnm buiiaihgs m tmu, with 43 stor 'ies. J r ^ f ^ |r -,.. WED., JULY 3rd ONLY GIANT FREE FIREWORKS SHOW fridayBS^^J^fwSay TRUE... TURBULENT... TREMENDOUS! the mightiest excitement that ever swept, across the sea or the screen! Mm RICHARD HARRIS AN MUflN ROSENBERG PRODUCTION MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY CO-STAM»IN(J OIRtCTCCt BY • RICHARD HAYDN^TARITA ^RCYTfEltBERTCHMErLTOER LEWIS MILESTONE w ^'Kit BTONISLAU 'W ER MN "X 7 ^1ECHNIC010 R COMFORTABLY COOL FEATURES AT 1:30-3:35 5:35-7:35 and 9:45 o w THEIR LOP-EARED HOUND TRACKED THE TRAIL LISBETH ...young, brave- in love! Brian KEITH Tommy KIRK MartaKRISTEN Kevin CORCORAN ^ Dewey MARTIN Jeff YORK Rafael CAMPOS Slim PICKENS SOTenpia, bjFREO 6IPS0N and WILLIAM TUNBER6 • iSJflfowwf • Co-produce. BILL ANDERSON • t, NORMAN TOKAR • TECHNICOLOR * J Releued by BUENA VISTA Oistnbution Co. Inc. • p 1963 Walt Oisnay Production!