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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

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6 (Solesbura ReQisfer-Moil, Golesburd, TuMday, Ju 1 v 2,1963 GALVA 824 Main St HUSSELL ALDERMAN Cottespondent Phont m 2*2658 Teen Dance Fixed at Lake (ULVA -"Sftowball in July'* will be the theme of the teen -age dance July 4 at Lake Calhoun The dance, tofth music furnished by Jimmy Girldn and band, will wind up the holiday festivities at the lake. Dancing will be from 9 pm, to 1 a.m. for members and guests. Rotary Hears Case Dr. G. I. Case was the speaker when the Galva Rotary Club met Monday at the Galva LeClaire Hotel. He was introduced by the Union Summer Band Program Registers 100 BIGGSVILLE — Band students of Unit 115 are In the midst of their summer band program. More than 100 students signed for the 6-week course of summer lessons, provided free of charge by the unit director, Mike Lowe. More than 95 per cent of the students requested the half-hour private lesson, with the remainder requesting group lessons. These are given at the Oquawka, Gladstone, and Biggsvrlle grade schools. A stage band, formed of Union High students, rehearses weekly, program chairman, D. V. Charlson, and talked on state and federal laws on hog cholera and rabies. Guests included Dr. W. R. Smith, William Harper and G. I. Case, of Kewanee; Jim Miller of Peoria; Don Coppen of Belvidere, and Phil Noble of Moline, who was a guest of Elner Lundeen. Gives Weather Report A. E. Johnson, local U. S. weather observer, has reported weather conditions for the month of June. There were 13 days that were above 90 degrees, and two days, June 21 and 22, were down to 45 degrees. The total rainfall for June was .36 of an inch, with .28 falling in the middle of a civil defense practice alert June 19. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Open at 12 Noon on 41h ol July. For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Dally at S P.M. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Hours — Tuei., Wed., Thuri., Frl., Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Midnlte. Sunday — 5 p.m. to Midnlte. Cloied Mondays. 75c Wednesday Night SPECIAL CHICKEN IN THE BASKET CLUB 34 Homer and Ruby Walker Route 34 AIR CONDITIONED For Your Comfort THE MONTH OF JULY & AUGUST Our Famous Buffet will be featured on Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. 6 to 9 P.M. Our menu is available every night with a varied and complete selection of foods. Saturday Night Dancing To AL LEHMAN TRIO Starting at 9:30 Also Nightly To George Coleman at the organ. HARBOR LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB Crescent Lake Club to Open Membership ALPHA — A large crowd attended the special meeting Friday night for members of Crescent Lake Club at the clubgrounds. The meeting, which was conducted by President Ellis Kell of Rock Island, was for the purpose of reviewing the limit of the club's membership. The membership has previously been limited to 450 members. However, because of so many seeking membership so fast and since the recent purchase of additional land, it was voted to raise the limit to 600 members. No definite plans so far have been made as to what'the addi tional land purchased will be used for, but discussions were held on this subject when further details will be announced. Mr, and Mrs. Ross Hazelrigg and son of Kinderhook spent Wednesday night and Thursday at the Leonard Hazelrigg home. Alvin Hazelrigg returned home with them for a visit. Darcie and Charles McLaughlin Jr. were admitted Friday to Moline Public Hospital, where they underwent tonsil operations Sat urday. Mrs. Holger Carlson and son Danny, accompanied by her parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Philip Olson of North Henderson, returned home Thursday after spending several days vacationing at Montello, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wing and daughter Teri spent last week vacationing at Lake Lac Du Flambeau, near Woodruff, Wis. While there, they were in company of Mrs. Wing's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Slagers, and family, enjoying the vacation together. "Something light and frivolous, please. My doctor has taken me off crises!** Deer Have a Chew BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP)Tobacco chewing deer? Yes, complained farmers in the Trammel community. Irate farmers were busy this spring trying to fence out or chase away wild deer they said nibbled tobacco plants in both the plant beds and the fields. The National Restaurant In Roseville wishes to announce that we will be serving Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings • . » All you can eat for a buck. Sunday Buffet Dinners served from 11:00 A.M. Till 8:00 P.M. National Restaurant ROSEVILLE, ILLINOIS THE GRENADIRES DON'T MISS THIS EXCITING GROUP /2 Frank's Fillet Feature STEAK DINNER L zteeccas % Visitor Lauds Bishop Hill As Attraction for Tourists BISHOP HILL—Mrs. Helen Duprey Bullock of Washington, D. C, director of information of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, visited Bishop Hill Saturday and Sunday with advice on preserving the colony town heritage. Mrs. Bullock was enthusiastic about Bishop Hill as a tourist attraction and the progress made in restoring, the Steeple building. She offered advice in maintenance of the buildings and procedures in restoring them. She was one of the directors of the restoration of Williamsburg, Va., the colonial shrine of the Revolutionary period. Mrs. Bullock, who is editor of ty Historical Society were pres- companied by Richard Hagen, director of Illinois State Parks and Memorials. BUSHNELL- ••mata irtltttfl 620 VV. Hurst St, BuihJiell. Phone Bushnell 510 Bushnell Area News Notes BUSHNELL - Mr. and Mrs William Curtis and Ruth Ann of Canton were in Bushnell Sunday attending the Curtis reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ross, Terry and Cindy, Phil Reno and Lynn Brillhart spent Sunday afternoon at Lake Storey in Galesburg and called on Ross' mother, Mrs. Opal Ross. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sittler spent three days last week at the Lake of the Ozarks, near Bagnell Dam in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Furniss and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Furniss spent the past weekend at the home of Members of the Bishop Hill Heritage board, village residents and members of the Henry County Historical Society, were present at a reception for Mrs. Bullock Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Berniece Florine. Eyes Possibility Mrs. Bullock said, "There is a great possibility of restoring this village into one of the chief tour­ ist attractions in Illinois." In urging the public's support of the restoration she said, "The financial return from tourists in many instances has far exceeded the financial returns of factories and other wealth producing agencies in a community. "I do not mean only the people of Bishop Hill — I mean all the surrounding towns and cities — they can all benefit from this tourist attraction and its development." List Airman's Address , Airman 2.C. John H. Schlaf's address shoidd be: Airman 2.C. John H. Shlaf (AF16740294), 6929, RSM, Box 109, APO 970, San Francisco, Calif. His serial number was incorrectly listed in Monday's in the armed forces column. Elmwood Sets Display of Fireworks ELMWOOD — The annual fireworks display and band concert will be held July 4 at 7:30 p.m. at the Elmwood Athletic Field. Fireworks will be observed at dusk. This affair is sponsored by Elmwood - Yates City Fireworks Association, Inc. It is free and everyone was invited. Elmwood Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Golden and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Park spent an evening in the Donald Dalton home at Abingdon. Mrs. Margaret Ireton and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Woods and family of Conago Park, Calif., are visiting at the George Ennis family and with relatives in Yates City. Mrs. Leslie Stegall, Larry and Kal spent Friday with Mrs. Lois Ekstrand, Margaret and Marie and Mrs. Laura Ekstrand. Mr. and Mrs. John Griggs entertained Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kratzer, Lezley and Sammy of East Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Archibald and Jack at dinner Sunday in honor of their great-grandchildren, Lezley and Sammy, who celebrated their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. George Ennis entertained Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ireton and family of Peoria Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Calhoun, Fayette, Iowa, and with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lundry and family at Maynard, Iowa. Mr. and Mns. Carroll Swift and children arrived in Bushnell Sat* urday to spend a vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Galloway and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Freemen Swift. Mrs. Vern Lcighty has returned home from Burlington, where she visited at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Leighty. The Leightys are parents of a son Gil Reed, born June 25 at the Mercy Hospital in Burlington. Rev. Robert Rutledge and family are spending this week at the Assembly of God camp grounds at Carlinville. Miss Pat Mitchell is visiting with relatives m Dugger, Ind. The Bushnell Assembly of Rainbow fof Girls will hold a meeting July 3 at the Masonic Hall. Running 2 Ways* ALBUQUERQUE (AP) -Indecision caused a man to knock out his wife here, Patrolman William Dailey reported. Dailey said he was speeding on a police emergency call with his car's red lights flashing when he spotted a couple in the middle of the street. Each tried to run a different way. Then the husband tried to pull his wife by the arm the.way he was going, but the sudden pull caused her to fall to the pavement. Dailey said the fall knocked her unconscious briefly and gave her a black eye. THE BEST JOBS WITH A BRIGHT FUTURE IBM Computer Programmer* Data Processor* Independent and government forecasts show thousands needed soon. If you qualify, training can be completed in short period. For persons determined to do something for the future. Tuition payment plans. Write including phone number for Information and interview. PCMT Box 622, care Register-Mail THEATRE W Route 34 West — Doors Open 7:30—Show at Dusk TONIGHT ONLY A PICTURE FOR ALL AGES TO ENJOYI HARDY lllatll.il- HARDY EISA WAYNE * KRUGER* MARTiNELLI GERARD l*""M RED HOWARD BLAIN-BUTTONS-HAWKS satiwm n «n i sum m mat scorn a LEIGH HARRY HENRY BRACKETT • KURNITZ • MANCINT 2 THRILL 0% HITS ^ TheManWhoShoe ZibertyValance m iff iWOB MIES • MARVIN - O'BRIEN • A-mm QaLLrcj DRIVE" FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY GIANT FIREWORKS DISPLAY Tomorrow, July 3 SEE!! ^ ****** Niagara Falls! Old Glory! SEA OF FIRE! Salute to the American Flag • Grand Finale Rt. 34 WEST Open 7:30 leatre Show at Dusk STARTS THURSDAY, JULY 4th JERRY LEWIS « The Nutty Professor FIRST EXCLUSIVE GAIEJBUR6 SHOWING HOSPITAL NOTES St, Mary's AfiMtMiditi vmnM* MI sb P«trld* Bybw, 7W N. t*td< Matter David Holler. Aljhs. fc Jack L. Hftwertet. 012 Frank St. Mfs. Mildred L. smith, ii« s. ^ Cedar St. „. ., - Jdhh W. Grey, Medina, Ohio. Master Richard D. Nelton Jr., Robert B. Carlberg, McLean, Va. Mrs. Woodrow M. Lelghton, 849 Mulberry St. 4i • ,„ iA ^ , Mrs. Joseph McCullough, 1740 R6ek Island Ave. Oscar Morss. 37<J $. Seminary.St. Mrs. Richard S. Ryden, 892 N. Cedar St, Mrs. Alex Sabeltl, Abingdon. Donald E. Tolbert, Phoenix, Aria, Raymond Young, 185 Locust St. Service Family To Return for Gladstone Visit GLADST6NE - Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Law and family have resided the past year at Honolulu, Hawaii, while he was on a submarine In the Navy at Pearl Harbor. They will return to United Slates July 24 and will fly to California and arrive here July 29 for a visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Law west of town. After spending a month with relatives in Gladstone and Missouri, they will go to New London, Conn., where he will enter school for 13 weeks. Then he and his family will move to Norfolk, Va., where he will be stationed in the Navy. Movie Calendar TUESDAY, JULY 1 OHPHEUM: "Savage Sam," 1:30, 3:35, 5:35, 7:35 and 9:45 p. m. WEST: "Mutiny on the Bounty," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10. ABHflimirt HdlfBftY Mt*. till M. Purl, IMS Meadow Drive. ' Mfg. Janice A. Swanson, Oilesbutf Route 1. Mrs. Pauline P. Miatt, Wllllamsfleld. Ralph W, Matheny, Marietta. Mrs, Norma j\ tfppieYKefthaburf. George D, Vaughn, 110 Garfield, Harlan H, Watson, ftosevllle. Herbert A. Young, 217 W, 6fov*. Mrs, «oldla M. U»bt», Alexis.' Sarah L. Morris, SOU Lawrence Ave, Tony R. Beacom. Mohmouthi Edgar R. Shumakef, London MllU, Mrs( Bessie B. Hilton, Buahnell, James M. Aired jr. ' Miss Myrtle I. Mahr, London MllU. Raymond D, Hensiey, Knoxvill*. Steven D. Shonklwller. 1783 Wlllard. Mrs. Doris L. SCnner, Rio, Mrs. Dorothy J. Greene, Oftlesbitfg Route 2. - , . Mis. Bnrbarn ,T. Coley, 1223 Beenher Ave. • DISMISSALS MONDAY Mnrlha Ann Henderson, DeLong, Mrs. Tfuldn M. 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