Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 28
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 28

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
Page 28
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gfe 6flt^ in Monday, July 1, 1963 us , , 620 W. Hurt! Si, Buihflill. i i. ••MiMl •tltthlff Phone Bushnell 819 Bushnell-PC Board Okays Bids for District Needs BU&ttNfiLL~Blds awarded for the 1963-64 school year by the ^< Hoard of education at its June 27 meeting are as follows: Standard tHl Co., gasoline for busses filled in Bushnell, and for fuel oil; Ray's S5t &fVlce\ gfllollne f6f busses filled in Prairie City; 0. C. Hammond, tree removal at West Elementary | — School; Sfenn-Soldwedcl, milk and| man of East MoIine as spanish- dai^y products for hot lunch pro- 1 m*f gram; Country Mutual Insurance $5£ Co,, school bus insurance. Bids for the erection of a chain «** link fence on the east side of the S£» high school grounds and for re- roofing the gymnasium at Prairie City were also opened but final decision delayed until July 11 meeting. Student insurance plan design ed by Albert Knapp and Associ ates of Chicago, and handled by the Ewan-Perrine Agency locally, Was adopted. Designated as the official de pository for all school funds for the coming year was the Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Bushnell. Two Resign Resignations of Mrs. Valarie Patterson and Mrs. A. McCrea were accepted by the board. In both cases, the families are moving to other areas of the state. Mrs. Patterson has taught girls physical education and Mrs. McCrea, English and speech for the past year. Mrs. Lucile Irvin was employed for the upper grade position at Checkrow and Miss June Wort- mi- mr. m- *>• •• «• *••• (*•• r English' instructor at, the high school. Mrs. Irvin has six years of teaching experience and is in her senior year of work at Western. Miss Wortman is a graduate of Western with a major in Spanish and has eight years of teaching experience. Mrs. Marie Myers of the Prairie City area was employed as office secretary for the East Elementary School. The next meeting of the board will be on July 11 at 7:30 p.m. Quell Grass Fire The Bushnell Fire Department was called Friday evening to extinguish a grass fire along the highway south of town. VFW Unit Sets Social The VFW Auxiliary met Friday evening. Mrs. Mary Lou Bartlett conducted the meeting. Each member was asked to furnish a cake or pie for the ice cream social July 11 for the Elms Nursing Home. A social for the auxiliary members will be held July 10 at the VFW Home. GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St. Phone WE 2-2658 jr.. *.t. * A.. • •"v tin. »»• ft* *, • U *• Unique Galva Restaurant Closes Out After 15 Years GALVA-rA Galva institution ended Saturday night when Amy's Restaurant closed permanently. The establishment was the hub of the Galva business district, as merchants and other-businessmen gathered there on coffee breaks often transacting business there. Mi's. Frances (Amy) Sauerman said she was forced to close because of health. She plans to take a short rest after disposing of her restaurant equipment, and then look for a job less demanding. At the restaurant she often worked from 5:30 a.m. to 11 or 12 p.m. At the "roundtable" much of the town's business was transacted, with always enough room for one more person to squeeze in. Many recipes and orders have been written on her paper napkins. Also it is reported that some of the best explanations why the Cubs or Sox lost a ball game came from this table. Make Own Change Since a good deal of the customers were merchants themselves, they would make their own change as they left. Amy's place was noted for its homemade pastries and Swedish smorgasbord every Saturday night and Sunday noon. Her collection of plates has grown abundantly, thanks not only to her zeal but to her customers sending them from various stops on vacation trips. The number now reaches well over two hundred, ranging in size from one inch in diameter to large size dinner plates. Head Social for St. John's Church Mrs. Joe Talbot, Mrs. Howard Cain and Mrs. Howard Maupin were appointed chairmen of the ice cream social of St. John's Altar and Rosary Society on the church lawn Wednesday, July Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose false teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laugh. Ju6t sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (non-acid). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. 10, from 6 p.m. on, when the organization met last week. Mrs. Howard Maupin had charge of the evening's program. A prize was awarded to Mrs. Helen Briggs. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Raymond Smith, Mrs. John Thompson, Miss Donnie Miller, Mrs. James Johnson, Mrs. John Chilausky and Mrs. Keith Nelson. Motorist Arrested Daniel A. Ericson, motorist of Galva, Rt. 2, was ticketed Sunday for speeding on Northeast Third Street. He will appear July 2 at 7:30 p.m. in police court. Fix Swim Classes Swimming classes were scheduled to start today in Lake Calhoun. Ronald Jones of Galva and Rena Faris of Kewanee will be in charge of the classes, which will include beginners, intermediate, junior and senior lifesaving. Classes are for members and their families. Post Band Concert The third in the summer series of concerts by the high school band will be held Wednesday night in Wiley Park. The band will be under the direction of Leonard Smith. Alpha WSCS Approves New Budget ALPHA — A budget of $91 was set up for the coming year for the Woman's Society of Christian Service at its meeting Thursday night in the Methodist Church. The new president, Mrs. Leland Paul, opened the meeting with prayer. In the business session Mrs. Virgil Bodeen was appointed chairman of the committee to check with the trustees of the church in regard to putting a rack in the vestibule of the church for literature and books. Members voted to purchase 250 boxes of note paper to sell as a money-making project. It was announced that $66.55^ was realized from serving the Chamber of Commerce dinner. A cash donation wil be sent to Miss Zoe King at Langleyville for her love gift. Announcement was made of the educational seminar at Monmouth July 17. A reception was planned for the new minister, Rev. Gerald Nichols and family July 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the church when there will be a program, followed by a social hour. Presented Pin Mrs. Paul was presented a presidents pin, and Mrs. Nichols was voted honorary vice president of the society. Mrs. Forrest McCaw was worship leader, and Mrs. Douglas Plunkett program leader on the topic, "What shall we tell our children about the use of money?' Mrs. Robert Lambert assisted on the program. Hostesses were Mrs. Richard Rutledge, Mrs. Theodore Johnston, Mrs. Don Neely and Mrs. Frank Wirt. Miss Rilia Brink of Albuquerque, N. M., was a guest. McCormick Spices • Minted Onion • Oorlk Salt YOUR • Stttttttt'AII • HMterySalf CMOICI 27 # * § Lodge Gives Supper at Kirkwood KIRKWOOD - Potluek supper was held in the Odd Fellows Hall in Kirkwood Friday by past noble grands of District Association No. 11. Mrs. Leta Massingale offered meal-time prayer. Mrs Grace Mann of Galesburg Rebekah Lodge conducted the busi ness session. Mrs. Massingale of the Canton Lodge gave a talk concerning the Christmas season at the Odd Fellows Children's Home in Lincoln, and Miss Helen Weeks told of the inmates of the Old Folks Home at Mattoon. Mrs. Nora Paull of the Abing don lodge invited all past noble grands to attend the next meeting in Abingdon, Sept. 30. The new management of the International Rebekah was dis cussed pro and con. Members o the local lodge caring to sub scribe for this paper should con tact Mrs. Blanche Warner, rep resentative. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Blanche Warner, Mrs. Mar tha Mann, Mrs. Jo Baxter, Mrs Edna Hancock, Mrs. Lucille Pol ing, Mrs. Loretta Strong and Mrs. Ollie Worden. Kirkwood Rebekah Lodge No 429 will meet in regular session in the Odd Fellows Hall Tuesday Plans Subject For Oneida Meet ONEIDA — "Churches in Foreign Lands" will be the subject of the program given by Miss Audrey Swanson at Oneida Pres byterian Church Wednesday at 2 p.m. Miss Swanson taught one year in Zaragoza, Spain, in the United States Air Force Dependent Schools, and two years at Karlsruhe, Germany, with the U.S. Army Dependent Education Group. She will show slides in order to illustrate her travel talks. Have us dryclean and STORE OUT-OF-SEASON GARMENTS They'll be returned when you want them... ready to wear! STORE NOW PAY NEXT FALl RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS Fremont A Stminiry $t». 343-2191 Roseville- (Continued from page 12) Jill Ockert, Nora Lozier artd Janice Murphy arrived home Saturday evening from Milan, where they spent a week at church camp. Mark Costello returned this weekend to his home in Roseville from Springfield, where he spent the past week at Boys State as a delegate from the Lawson Babbitt Post of American Legion. Mrs. Charles Ranney, Mrs Leonard Ockert, Mrs. Herman Kington, Mrs. R. F. Fisher and Mrs. Leo Mings were among the Republican women from Rose ville atending the Republican Tea given on Saturday afternoon in the student center at Monmouth College. Youth Attend Church Camp SEATON — Three groups of campers arrived here this weekend to spend several days at the Presbyterian Church Camp. Campers came from Monmouth and Peoria to join the youth of the Seaton United Presbyterian Church. Those attending the camp from Season are Linda Brown, Judy Johnson, Paula Davis, Carol Ber- LeLsen, Connie S. Leke, Steve Sims, and David Swenson. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! C and up LEMONS „........•— 49e POTATOES .__ 10 49c WICklCDC CERTIFIED TTlCNClO ALL MEAT_ LB. LONGHORN CHEESE LB. Sunnyvale £51, In Extra Heavy Syrup PLUMS 4 Big No. 21/2 Cans FRUIT PRINKS OSCAR MAYER LUNCHEON MEAT 12-oz. Tin Quick Frozen Birdseye 'NORTHWEST MARSHALL' Strawberries 10-OZ. PKG. Ida Pak Frozen French Fries 3 s: 29c I Hi-C Drink REGULAR 49c VALUE HOLSUM SS PICKLE CHIPS Full Quart HOLSUM 35 THROWN OLIVES No. 12 Btl. 43* ORANGE Grape-Florida Punch Pineapple - Orange BIG 46-OZ. CAN 25 C LIBBY'S Fancy Quality Catchup 14-OZ. BTLS. Libby's CREAM STYLE WHOLE KERNEL NO. 303 CANS Libby's 3 Sv. PEAS 5 No. 303 Cons Deep Brown or Red Kidney Libby's BEANS EA. Libby's Sweet Relish 2 B: 35c PATIO 200 Cnt Pkg. NAPKINS 25c CLOROX CLIFFCHAR CHARCOAL FULL GALLON 10 -LI. 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