Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 16
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ra Register-Moil, Gatesbura, Monday, July .1., 1963 rih Festive at Onmouth Park MONMOUTH — Monmouth Park will be a busy . to' Thursday, July 4, as families gather for outings •ftd t midsummer holiday, Ball games Will be in progress most of the afternoon •nd evening, At 2 o'clock the Veterans of Foreign Wars team of Monmouth and the American - Legion team of Macomb will tangle for the first game. In the evening at 6:90 p.m. the Monmouth Keis- BUILDING * ENTERED • MONMOUTH—Willard McMasters of the Case Industrial Equipment Co., south of Monmouth, reported to the Warren' County Sheriff that sometime Sunday between 12 noon when he went home for lunch and 3 p.m. when he returned someone had pried open a window on the south side of the building. McMasters reported money was taken from the cash register and cash and checks had also been taken from a filing cabinet drawer. ter's Juniors team will play the Abingdon team of the Babe Ruth League. Two concerts by the Monmouth Municipal Band will also be played with the first cortcert starting at 2:30 in the park band shell and the second performance scheduled for 7:30. Following the evening ball game and concert the Monmouth lodge No. 397, B.P.O.E. will present the annual fireworks on the ball diamond, under the direction of Charles "Chuck" Stewart. The city of Monmouth will be a quiet place with all banks, county offices, factories and most of the stores closed for the day. ADDITIONAL MONMOUTH ON PAGE 37 F# New Secretary On the Job MONMOUTH — New general secretary of the Warren Cdunty VMCA, Clark Lupton, arrived in Monmouth Sunday and began his duties this morning. While Lupton's job in Monmouth is a new one he is not new to the city, as he left in September 1961 after serving as pro : gram director at the local V for PA years. During that tenure in Monmouth he greatly improved the swimming program and produced state champions in 1960 in the cadet division. Lupton had been serving as program director at the Y in Wyandotte, Mich., and replaces Bruce Bailey who resigned to take a general secretary position at the Washburn- Richfield Y in Minneapolis. Lupton iss taying temporarily at 121 S. Tenth St. and will be joined soon by his wife and two children as soon as their home in Michigan is sold. INSTALLATION SERVICES were held Sunday evening at the First Baptist Church for the new pastor, Rev. Gary Reif. Pictured above, left to right, at the reception in the church social rooms which followed the service are: Rev. John Kern, associate pastor of the First Baptist Church, Galesburg; Rev. Guy Crippen, retired pastor of the First Baptist Church, Berkeley, Calif., both ministers being former pastors of the local church; the Rev. Mr. Reif and Mrs. Reif and Rev. Harold Schlink, field secretary of the Illinois Baptist State "Convention and who was the installing minister. Also present for the service were the Rev. Mr. Feif's parents and grandparents from Iowa and a large gathering of parishioners and friends. Collision Sends 5 to Hospital Most for Evangelism KANSAS CITY (AP) — Nearly 85 per cent of the current $3,751,-, . 650 budget of the Church of the ' MONMOUTH — Five persons Nazarene'will go to support world /were reported in satisfactory evangelism, ,t h e denomination condition this morning at Mon says. 'mouth Hospital, following a two- Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Pile3 have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation fl* At all drug counters. pr «w York, N. Y. (Special) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently "relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were car accident 5% miles west of Monmouth on 111. 164, at 2:30 Sunday morning. A report from the sheriff's office stated Larry G. McCrery, 24, of near Monmouth was driving east and struck the left rear of a ear driven by Richard Cole, 20, of 1020 S. B St., owned by John Tiraboscki Jr. of Toluca. Impact caused the Cole car to leave the road and turn over in a corn field, injuring the occupants, Cole, his wife Shirley; Tiraboscki, his wife Janet and their two-week-old son Tracy Allen. McCrery was issued a ticket fon failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. COMFORTABLY AIR-CONDITIONED OPEN TONITE 'TIL 9 First for Fashion in Galesburg Just arrived . . . exciting NEW Collection of darlene THE FINEST FULLY FASHIONED SWIMWEAB $1g98 and up # Shapes beautifully # Built-in Bra # Sure-Fit Knits Come see this exciting new collection of famous Darlene full-fashioned knit swim- wear. One and two-piece styles in gorgeous prints and solid colors. Sizes 8 to 16. MONMOUTHs ^i roll MISSED COPIES PMONfi ?34.4l21 Befor* 6 :SQ Knife Attack Is Charged MONMOUTH - One Monmouth resident is a patient in Monmouth Hospital and another is housed in the city jail, awaiting action in connection with a stabbing late Saturday nigh.t. At 11:13 p.m. John Pippin, 39, of 926 S. Second St. stumbled into the police station, clutching his side and saying he had been knifed. Pippin named Jerry Lu« cas, 22, of Monmouth as his assailant and said the incident tobk place outside of Beulah's Place on East 11th Avenue. Pippin was listed in "fair" coir dition at the hospital this morning, and Lucas, who was arrested shortly after the incident, is being held in the city jail in lieu of $500 bond on a charge of disorderly conduct. Further charges are expected to be filed later today, authorities said, as the case is still under investigation. GOP Women Of 5 Counties Meet at Tea MONMOUTH - Despite the hot weather Saturday afternoon a large crowd of womefr from Knox, McDonoiigh, Mercer, Henderson and Rock Island counties attended a tea as guests of the Warren County Republican Women's Club. Preceding the program, held In the student center on the'Mon­ mouth College campus, at 2:30, punch and cookies were served from three beautifully appointed tables with Mrs. Ralph Killey, Mrs. Lambert Engdahl and Mrs. Don Watt presiding. During the social hour Mrs. Ronald Swanson played background organ music. At 2:30 Mrs. Everett Bowman, president of the Warren County Women's Republican Club opened the meeting, with Mrs. Channing Pratt, county chairwoman, giving the opening prayer and Mrs. Killey leading the pledge to the Flag. Mrs. Bowman welcomed t h e guests for the afternoon and introduced the precinct committee- DISCUSS POLITICS-Plctured left to right at the Warren County Republican Woirtcn's Club tea, held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the student center on the Monmouth College campus are: Mrs. Phyllis Schlafly of Alton, presl* dent of the Illinois Federation of Republican Women, who spoke on "The Inside Story of Cuba"; Mrs. Channing Pratt, Warren County chairwoman; Mrs. Ralph KMley, State Regent of D. A. R.; Mrs. Everett Bowman, president of the Warren County Republican Womer's Club, and Miss Mildred Frisk* secretary to Charles F. Carpentier. women and the ladies present from their precinct. Mrs. George Pierce, program chairman, presented C, P. 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