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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 3, 1963
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h V h F Galesbufd Register-Mail. Gal News (fUJ& U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press Inlernatloflat ST. LOWS, Mo. Michel Hughes, commenting on his suspension from a Lutheran seminary because ! ho weighed 415 pounds: "They felt It was a poor In* vestment for the church if I continued at my weight. 1 might not last as long, or do as good a job." LONDON Opposition leader Harold Wilson, engaged in angry debate with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan over a series of sex and security scandals: "It may have escaped your notice, but you are the minister responsible for security." Ophiem 9 $ Only tietl to Ring For Freedom OPHIEM — The Village of Ophiem will cooperate in the two-minute nationwide bell ringing program at 1 p.m. July 4 to support the Let Freedom Ring campaign. Ophiem's only bell was donated to the Grace Lutheran Church in 1879 by the late Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Samuelson. The 800-pound bell was cast at the Buckeye Bel! Foundry in Cincinnati at a cost of $225. Board to New Fire Hose NEW WINDSOR The New Windsor Village Board, at the meeting Monday evening, c to purchase 150 feet of fire hose for use oy the village. It was reported that a check for $15 had been receievd from. th« Golden Circle to cover the cost of a tree being planted in the Depot Park. It was also reported that a drain tile in the southwest part of town had been repaired. READ THE WANT ADSI ADMIRE THE HARDWARE—These three mem- hers of the Eagles Auxiliary admire the trophies brought homo from the state convention at Waukcgan Saturday. Handing Mrs. Christine Walker, center, the Max Bacr Heart Fund trophy is Mrs. Vivian Wilson, presently the group's president and chairman of the drive when the trophy was won. Waiting to hand over the cancer drive trophy is Prances Patterson, the present vice president. Mrs. Walker was president of the auxiliary when the winning activities were accomplished. (Galcsburg Register- Mail photo by Phil Turney.) GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 I Council Okays Construction Of Wiley Park Picnic Shelter GALVA—Adoption of a zoning ordinance and construction of a picnic shelter were approved by the Galva City Council at a meeting Tuesday night. Aldermen voted to build a picnic shelter at Wiley Park at the site of the present bandstand.' William Stock, a Galva resident, submitted a sketch of the pro- shelter. The posed proposed structure will be 48 by 40 feet and will be 10 feet high at the edges with the hip roof supported by a 4-inch steel pipe set in cement. There will be no sides on the structure. The old bandstand will be removed by, Ralph Dean Anderson. The council also approved a new zoning ordinance Which was first introduced in 1960. A zoning commission and the council have modified the original ordinance making it acceptable for passage. The ordinance.will be printed in pamphlet form. A street department spokesman reported that work began Tuesday morning on 46 blocks of streets that are to be oiled. These are streets which were missed in last year's work. bile failed to obtain a quota of 150 pints. Blood donations tallied only 76 pints. Mrs. Clara Anderson, Red Cross official, said fund donations to the Red Cross also declined. Fund donations will be accepted by Harold Nordstrom at the local bank or Mrs. Anderson at the Galva veterinary office. F Reception Planned Members of the First Methodist Church will honor Rev. and Mrs. Richard Brownfield and family with a reception Sunday at the church from 7 to 9 All members and friends of the church were invited to attend. Teacher Resigned Mrs. George Dotson, Kewanee, has resigned as teacher in the fifth and sixth grades of the F. U. White School, effective at once. This will make three vacancies to be filled in District 224 schools before they start this fall. Bloodmobile Fails To Acquire Quota In a donor reception'Monday at Galva, tho Red Cross bloodmo- California Family Honored At Belmont BELMONT — There were 33 present at a family dinner at the James Martin home in honor of the Rolland Raymond family of Garden Grove, Calif. Sunday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Raymond, Mr. and Mrs.. D. K. Raymond and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Raymond of Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mariner and " family of Prairie City, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Raymond and family of Larchland, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rearden and granddaughter Becky Breen of Macomb. Miss Janet Mortimer spent several days the past week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Levinson in Galesburg. Miss Cynthia Kauzlarich gave a flute solo for a musical number at church Sunday. Mrs. W. D. Rogers, Mrs. Marshall Moore, Mrs. David Moore and Mrs. GeralcJ Conway of Sugar Tree Grove, spent a day with Mrs. James Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gunter and family of Peoria spent Saturday at the James Martin home. en 9 a.m. til 12 Noon USUAL HOURS MONDAY through SATURDAY 8 A.M 30 P,M SUNDAY 9 J 30 A.M, P.M. WTH0RNE DRUG 15 C. Main 342-5151 If Your Doctor Prescribes It HAWTHORN! Has It. Alpha Crowd Helps Work For the Blind ALPHA — A crowd estimated at about 275 attended the chicken barbecue Sunday at the Lions Hall sponsored by the local Lions Club. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Headley School for the Blind. At Rockford Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin and daughter Karen spent Sunday visiting in Rockford with the following cousins: Mrs. Daisy Stewart, Mrs. Jessie Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mapes and Roy Cox. Honor Students Special services at the Baptist Church Sunday morning honored 12 students of the eighth grade, high school and college. Musrc was furnished-by the AlWood mixed double quartet composed of Richard Borg, Gene Clarke, Scott Lowery, Ralph McLaughlin, Patricia Diggs, Fran Huff, Marlene Peterson and Linda Seargeant, accompanied by Judy Brown. Next Sunday at 8 p.m. will be the second of the summer film festival on the Baptist Church lawn. The picture, 'The Highest Mountain," will be shown. * Alpha Briefs Miss Janet McLaughlin, who is attending Illinois State Normal University, spent the weekend at her home here and Saturday night attended the wedding of Connie Nelson to Phrl Huff at the Henderson Grove church. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barton and family left Friday on a fishing trip to Canada. George Kalin, who had spent the past three weeks in the community visiting relatives, returned Monday to his home in DeS Moines, Iowa. Teresa and Mary Ann Kelly of Galesburg came Sunday to spend a few days with their grandpar- snts, Mr, and Mrs. George Kelly. Tony Buban, Wayne Frantz, Robert Mentzer, Joe Buban and Tony Petrovich left Saturday on a fishing trip to Canada. July 6, at 7:30 p.m., the Alpha Baptist baseball team will play he Alpha Methodist team on the New Windsor diamond. Mrs. James Hill and Mrs. William Walker, of Kenosha, Wis., ind Mrs. Agnes Patterson and daughter Margaret of Kankakee came Saturday to visit the Floyd Krtieger and Jules Lambin homes and attended the wedding Saturday night of Nancy Mason to William Krueger at the Alpha Baptist Church. They were called home Sunday because of the death of a sister-in-law of Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. James Patterson of Detroit, Mich. William Wing arrived here Friday to spend a 14-day furlough with his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wing. The soldier has completed his basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and, at the end of his stay here, he will report to Ft, Bliss, Tex., at El Paso. LOS ANGELES E. Willis, Rep. Edwin chairman of D-La the House subcommittee on un- American activities, hoping to have charges brought against 12 persons for alleged trips to Cuba without U.S. government permission : "These cases will be referred to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecutions." t ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Joseph Pearson, Tonawanda, N.Y., recalling the scene of the crash of a Mohawk Airlines plane in which SUE SORNBERGER (left) of Victoria and Louise Gchring (right) of Oneida, senior and junior, respectively at ROVA High School, took part in the 10th annual summer cheerleader school at Illinois State Normal University in June. Sportsmanship and crowd control were emphasized throughout the. instruction, as well as checrlcading techniques, pep rallies, beginning stunts and tumbling and novelty yells and songs. Sue is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sornbergcr of Victoria, and Louise, the daughter of Bruce Gchring of Oneida. Case Listed for Toulon Court TOULON—Scheduled for action in Stark County Court, following a preliminary hearing in the court of William Lambert, justice of the peace, is a case in which Clement Finnegan of Bradford was charged with driving while intoxicated. He was arrested early Monday morning. seven persons were killed: "There were moans inside and some faint cries for help. I saw a man's leg sticking out. His leg was burning and I managed to get hold of him and pulled him out. Then I dragged out some more.*' READ THE WANT ADS! Avon 4-IPcrs Meet AVON—The Avon Scissors Sisters met June 24 at the Avon High School. Talks were given by Carol Masden, Sharon Mixer, Joyce Lock, Stephanie McKinley and Nancy Lock. Mrs; Howard Davis helped the girls who are participating in share-the-fun with their skit. Heavy Duty Igloo WATER COOLERS i Here's the answer to the thirst problem this summer. Perfect for contractors, farmers, campers, boaters, etc. All perma-lined with either sty- rofoam or stainless steel lined coolers. 2 to 15 gal. sizes. -V, V, I I -fas •>HV. H 4 h _ + * "*"f "#" i"*> I Lift V 4 W F F I I * W F f>_ _t F * * m Dial 342-2813 Galesburg best sellers Tops on everybody's best seller list is the daily newspaper* On an average day a daily newspaper is bought by 86.4% of all U.S. households and read by about 90 million adults and 9 million teenagers. It's not surprising that the newspaper is such a best seller No» where else can you find out so fast and in such detail whafs going on in the far corners of the world or just around the corner in your J own hometown. The newspaper Is the best source for shopping information, too/ and that makes it a "best seller" as far as advertisers are concerned. People need to know what's for sale •,. for how much . •. for how long... and at whose store. They find out in the newspaper. MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUSINESS THROUGH NEWSPAPERS Photo: Uch Looney looks courtesy of International Collectors Library t •J t

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