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List Students From Area to » Enter College MONMOUTH -i Area students •mofig the 280 new students en­ rolling'at Monmouth College this fait Include fear from Galesburg -Jane Ellen Mill, 1316 N. Academy; Christine Holt«, 6138 S, Prairie St.; John Lewis, 017 E, Knox and William C. VanDuesen, 185 Ohio Ave. Seven are Monmouth residents —Robert Barr Addleman, 615 N. Sixth St.; Lafry Bowden. 1135 E. Euclid Ave.; Richard Hartley, 121 N. A St.; Linda Foust, 60ft E. Euclid Ave.; Arlie Neal Hooper, 513 N. Sixth St.; Sandra Ann Wade, 913, E. First Ave. and Frank Killey, of near the city. Margaret Lynne Work, William Lynn Lease and Wendell Shauman are from Kirkwoodf Ross Edgar Hanna Jr. and Anne Caroline Guijinger of Little York, and Helen Ann Reed, Oneida. Student enrollment next fall is expected to be near the 900 mark. Marriage License MONMOUTH — A marriage license was issued Saturday to Hol- Uce Clark Jr. of Fort Madison and Betty Jean March of Burlington. • MONMOUTH W R1WI fOit MISSED COPIES PHONK 734.4121 fitfort 6:30 Emphasis to 4'H Activity MONMOUTH—Four-H girls and then* mothers wiU be entertained at all unit meetings of the Warren County Homeftiakers Extension Association this week. Tuesday, a joint, meeting of the Gerlaw andf Gerlaw Nitm Unit will be held at 7:30 p.tn. in the Christian Church at Gerlaw. The M.N.U. will entertain 4-H girls and their mothers at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in the Farm Bureau building at Monmouth. The Point Pleasant unit will entertain at 2 o'clock Friday at the Christian Church in RosevHle. It will be local 4-H Achievement Day for unit members and 4-H,girls and their mother's will participate. The Smithshrre unit will also entertain 4-H girls and their mothers when they meet Friday at 2 o'clock at Liberty Hall. Highlight On the calendar this week will be the serving of the 4-H Federation Chicken Barbecue from 5 o'clock until » o'clock at the Farm Bureau building. Fulton 4-H'ers to Have Visit By Colorado Club Members LEWISTOWN —Fulton County 4-H members will be hosts to a delegation of 4-H members from the state of Colorado on Sunday night, July 21. Thirty Colorado 4-H Junior Leaders and their adult advisers will visit in Fulton County on their return from a 4-H Citizenship Short Course which is being held at the National «I Club Center in Washington, D.C. They will be entertained by Fulton County 4-H members and their parents with a potluck supper, at Big Creek Park in Canton, and recreation on the green, and will spend the night with some of the 4-H members to Fulton County. Monday they will tour with Fulton County 4-H'er the Truax- Traer strip mine operation, at Fiatt, and the Dickson Mounds. These 4-H members from Colorado have been spending some time in studying the importance in citizenship to our country and its future and they will share their knowledge and training with the 4-H members and citizens of Fulton County while here. They are traveling under the direction of Raleigh Brooks and Mary A. Kohli, assistant state 4-H club leaders, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo'. Crash Injures LaFayette Man TOULON — William Evans of LaFayette is in Kewanee Public Hospital recovering from injuries received Friday in a two-car accident on 111. 17 in LaFayette. Sheriff Burt Eltzroth said the Evans car was crossing the highway at Martin's Oil Station when it and a car driven by Gene Middendorf of Kewanee collided. Evans' injuries were not determined, and Middendorf was uninjured. The Middendorf car spun.around on the highway, but he had his safety belt fastened, which kept him from being thrown out the door, according to Sheriff Eltzroth. Wings Over Jordan Program Scheduled Wings Over Jordan, spiritual Ringers on CBS radio and ABC recording artists of Los Angeles, Calif., will appear in person at Galesburg, in the Carver Community Center hall, at 8 o'clock Sunday evening, July 14. The center is located at Depot and Berrien streets. Rev. G. T. Settle is president of the group, whose local appearance is sponsored by the pastor and youth department of St. James AME Church of Monmouth. Proceeds of the admission fees for this program will go to help purchase the roof and floor for the new St. James Church building, according to announcement by the pastor, Rev. Joseph R. Evans Jr., and chairman, Leonard Welcome. ON HONOR ROLL MONMOUTH - David Uddin, son of Mrs. Mary Jane Uddin, 613 W, Broadway, and who is a 1963 graduate of the College of Pharmacy at Drake University, has received word he is on the college president's honor roll with a 4.0 grade average. Uddin, who is employed at Axline's Drug Store here during the summer, has a University of Illinois fellowship to do graduate work at U{ this fall. READ THE WANT ADS! * 'I —— i . ...» Mort Comfort Wta ring FALSE TEETH Here Is a pleasant way to overcome loose platb discomfort. FASTEETH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's ulkallue (non- ecid). Does not soar. Checks "plate odor breath". Get FASTEETH today Wear Two Ways NOTE; Band pattern order* direct to New York. Watch addrau bslow. Ordera will MOT b* accepted mt GilNburg newspaper office. Two ways she can. wear this style I So cool and cute—a play dress; a party dresaj with addition of the collar. In the Fall she can wear it over a blouse. Pattern 801: sizes 2, 4, 6, 8 included. Pattern, transfer, directions. Thirty-five cenia in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care at Galesburg Register-Mail, 74. Needlecraft Pept., P O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N. Y. S»rint plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME, ADDRESS and ZONES. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING accessories plus 208 exciting needle, craft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—-just out I fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. BOY GIVES FALSE ALARM MONMOUTH — Firemen made an unnecessary run at 10:45 Sunday morning when a boy reported a fire at 1014 S. Main St. However, when firemen arrived in the vicinity they found the alarm to be false as there was no such address. Two.Wav Men MEW YORK (NEA) — Roger Staubach and Archie Roberts, last fall's sophomore quarterbacks at Navy and Columbia, respectively, were named on the All-Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League team. Magistrate Acts hi Series Of Auto Cases MONMOUTH-^-S. I. Knepp, 76, of 301* College Place was ticketed for Improper backing at 11:45 Saturday morning, after he backed his car against an auto driven by Mrs. Dorothy Burkett of 326 N. B St. James 1 Sanders, 22, of 112? S. C St. was arrested Sunday at 1:25 p.m. for driving while his license was revoked. He will have a hearing in police magistrate court at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Robert W. Danforth, 16, of 816 E. First Ave., and Jerry L. Cunningham, 20, Roseville, who were both ticketed for stop-sign violations Saturday morning, were each fined $10 in police magistrate court Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth A. Hull of 1239 E. Broadway, who was arrested Thursday for speeding, was fined $10 plus $5 costs Saturday. MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Admitted Saturday — Mrs. Anna Josephson, Monmouth; Mrs. Louie Allaman, Oquawka; Farrand Brent, Smithshire; Robert W. Gibb, Roseville. Dismissed Saturday t— Master Jeffrey Green, Miss Teresa Reitman, Mrs. John Calderwood, Mrs. Robert Josephson, Monmouth; Mrs. Louie Allaman, Oquawka; Purse Simonson, Roseville; Charles Hartzell, Gerlaw. Admitted Sunday — Mrs. Warren Sanders, Everett E. Allen, William Ross, Monmouth; Mrs. Harold S. Parson, Little York; Mrs. Florence Chandler, Oquawka. Dismissed Sunday — Mrs. Richard V. Miller and baby, Mrs. Louis Burk, Mrs. Donald Krug and baby, Monmouth; Mrs. Emma Cronk, Oquawka. Attend AAUW Meet in Denver MONMOUTH — Mrs. James O'Daniel, president of the Monmouth Branch of the American Association of University Women, has returned from 58th general meeting of the association held at the Denver ' Hilton Hotel in Denver, Colo., Also attending were the delegates, Mrsr A . C. Morrill, past president, of the Monmouth branch, and Dr. Jean Leidman, corporate delegate from Monmouth College. This was a crucial meeting in the history of the organization, which has been in existence since 1881, Mrs. O'Daniel said, as it was decided to revamp the association to meet the needs of a changing world. • These changes will revolve around four areas of interest, she said — community problems, cultural interests, education and world problems. After the convention, Dr. and Mrs. Morrill and Mr. and Mrs. O'Daniel visited the Morrills' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mitchell,. who are in Boulder, Colo., for the summer. The Morrills went on to Idaho, and the O'Daniels returned home by way of Southwest Colorado, Dance Scheduled MONMOUTH — The Monmouth Jaycees will sponsor a dance at the Lincoln School gymnasium, Friday, July 12, with dancing to the music of Bill Strom and his Stingrays. Miss Kay Kirkpatrick, Miss Warren County of 1963, will be on hand to aid Owen Gaede, master of ceremonies for the evening. Several contests, including a twist contest will be held and several prizes are to be awarded during the evening. Dancing will be from 9 o'clock until midnight and refreshments will be available. Warren Fair Planned for Aug. 6 and 7 By MARY MARKS ROSEVILLE — Plans are being made for the annual Warren County Agricultural Fair, scheduled for Eldridge Memorial Park, Roseville, by members of the Fair Board, who gathered in a recent meeting. The Fair will be held on Aug. 6 and ? and is open to junior exhibitors from Warren, Henderson, Knox, Mercer, Fulton, and McDonough Counties. An open flower show and an open horse show are also scheduled. Also, featured are the Warren County 4-H Show, Junior Home Ec Show and Junior horse show. To Award Trophies' There will be 38 trophies awarded during the 2-day Fair session, with trophy winners being presented their trophies at 8 p.m. on the day judged. All livestock must be on the grounds by 8 a.m. on the day to be judged. Entries will be made as the livestock arrives on the Fair Grounds with judging scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Tuesday on sheep and at the same time on Wednesday for the dairy classes. Release of the livestock after their showing will be at the discretion of the superintendents. Sheep and beef cattle will be shown on Aug. 6; dairy and swine on Aug. 7. Junior exhibitors must prove ownership to the animals shown; all breeding stock must be eligible to register. As near as possible all showing will follow the order in the Fair book. Donald C. Kirkpatrick is president of the Fair Association. Other officers serving with him this year include. Stuart Mayhew, vice president; Harlan Monroe, secretary, and John Ockert, treasurer; Directors of the association include Howard Bacon, Cecil Shimmin, Bruce Killey, Stuart Mayhew, Harold Ruble, George Ault, Donald Kirkpatrick, Robert Gibb, George Rankin, V. R. Corman, Harlan Monroe, James Bride, p. A. Torhlin, Paul Perrine, Richard Mings, John Ockert, Gene Crandall and Earl Peoples. Roseville Miss Martha Baucom, who underwent throat surgery June 27, at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn., is improved, according to word received by Mrs. R. G. Marks this week. Mrs. Villa Johnson of Galesburg, visited in the home of her cousin, Miss Mabel Kelsey, for three days earlier this week. Miss Jean Theesfeld, also of Galesburg, was a dinner guest in the Kelsey home on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Johnson returned home with Miss Theesfeld that evening. Miss Kathryn Adkisson of Alexandria, Va., former Roseville resident, is visiting friends and relatives in this community until July-15, when she expects to return to her home. On July 4 a small Adkisson family gathering was held in her honor at the Lloyd Adkisson residence south of Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ashwell and children, Steve, Laurie and Bonnie, of Atlanta, Ga., visited this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Ehrenhart. The Ash- wells were next door neighbors of Ehrenharts when both families lived in Anchorage, Alaska. Miss Jennie Stone of Berkeley, Calif., has returned to her home after visiting for a week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin. Miller of Point Pleasant township. On Sunday she and the Miller family attended a Sunday reunion, held in the home of Walter Hinds of Plainville, where their daughter, Debra Miller, was an honored guest. Galesburg ftepister-Mail, Galesburg, III. • Monday. July 9. IS, Visitors Delighted With Natural Wooded River Bank Beauty Of Delabar State Park at Oquawka for Picnic and Camping About 50 members of the Knox County Campers Assn. spent a weekend recently at Delabar State Park, at the north edge of Oquawka. They are just a few of the many who have been delighted with the beauty of this beautiful, natural wooded area on the high east banks of the picturesque "Father of Waters." There were three camp trailers, 21 tents and two truck campers in one of the park's pleasant camping areas. Each one of Property Damaged MONMOUTH—Don Schwass of 1018 S. Main St. reported to police Sunday afternoon at 1:20 that while he was out of town over the weekend someone had attempted to remove a padlock from a garage where he repairs appliances. However, no entry was gained. Schwass said apples had been taken from a tree and thrown into the basement and wet sand had been thrown at his home. Varicose veins are mentioned in the first medical book ever written, an Egyptian papyrus dated about 1500 B.C. Miss Englehorn Cops First in Lady Carling SUTTON, Mass. (UPI) — You can be sure that Shirley Englehorn of Los Angeles won't miss next year's Lady Carling Eastern Open golf tournament. The $10,000 tournament won first place in her heart Sunday as she sank a five-foot putt on the 18th hole to capture the championship for the second consecutive year. The 22 -year-old Miss Englehorn, publicity director of the Ladies Professional Golf Association, had failed to win a major tournament since her victory in the same tournament last year. The final putt gave her a one- under-par 71. Her 54-hole score was a five-under-par 221, two strokes better than three-time National Amateur champion Jo Anne Gunderson of Providence, R.I. New Windsor Fireman Resigns Job NEW WINDSOR — John I Carlson tendered his resignation as a fireman at the meeting of the New Windsor Firemen's Association Tuesday. A man to fill the vacancy* will be named at the August meting. The firemen brought out the fire truck and pumped several hy drants. New Windsor Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Neal Streeter and son Ronald of New Windsor; Mrs Anna Fassett of Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dahl and son of Aledo returned July 2 from a visit with Mrs. Viola Fassett at Chadsford, Pa. The group attended the June 29 wedding of Malcolm Rayne and Susan Fassett, at which time Neal Streeter escorted the bride, his niece, to the altar at the Kennett Square Episcopal Church. The group had previously attended the wedding parties given for the couple. Alexis Student Attends National FHA Convention ALEXIS — Miss Sandy Robertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson of Alexis Route 1, is attending the National Future Homemakers of America convention which opened today for a 4-day run in Kansas City, Mo. Miss Robertson, who will be a senior at Alexis High School next fall, has been active in FHA work in her school chapter. She served the past year as Section 9 recreation chairman, and was elected treasurer of the state organization at its recent convention at Illinois State Normal University. Miss Barbara Waight, who was graduated this year from Alexis High School, received the state FHA degree at the Normal convention. She served as chapter president last school term at Alexis. Western Illinois Birth Record GILSON—Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Purl of Galesburg became the parents of a girl born Monday. The baby was named Can Lynn. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson of Gilson, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carter Purl of Galesburg. READ THE CIASSIFIEDS1 these with the families camping with them was photographed by Paul Bell, and some of these pictures appear above. William Tee, who is local manager of the park, pictured in the back row at left of the lower, right photo, proves most hospitable to everyone, and is doing a good .job with constant improvements for camping and picnicking facilities. Anyone wishing to camp there may obtain a permit from "Bill" giving them free camping rights for up to two weeks. C. H. "Tiny" Huebner, third person right of Bill in the picture, is president of the Knox County Assn., which was formed for the purpose of promoting better fa cilities for campers. Mrs. Carl Livers is secretary. The group] meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at Kimberly Terrace in Galesburg. Members of the association, all from Galesburg except several couples from Roseville, who were in the group camping at Delabar State Park were Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Smith, Mike, Gayle, Stephen; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berg, Patsy, Lyndy; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lenz; Mr. and Mrs. Olin V. Weiss, Renee, Rebecca, Leisa; Mr. and Mrs. D. Russell A'Hearn, Linda, Mike and Danny. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kraft, Jackie, Janice, Gerry, Kevin and Richard; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gummerson and Dorothy; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Carmody, Roger 1 and Kenny; Mr. and Mrs. John Hirst, Jeff, Susan and Julie; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill McKnight, Karen and Debbie; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook, Frankie and Becci; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Land, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Livers and Candy Kane. DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 343-B317 or 342-3017 339 E. Mala Houm 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Friday*: 9 KM. to 3:30 PJM. W«dn*id«r't TU Noon. lu tiiu\ hum See your banker for help in financing your new home How much do you know about financing a home? If you're typical, you probably don't know as much as you should, even if you have purchased a house before. It is wise, when thinking about buying a home, to talk it over with an officer of a bank in your community. Take advantage of one of your banker's most important services information and good advice. Whether you are looking for your first home or planning a change to accommodate a growing family, a banker can give you sound financial counsel and he will assist yofi in securing the kind of mortgage loan best suited to your needs. Another bit of good advice—when you buy your home, be sure the title to the property is protected by a title insurance policy from Chicago Title and Trust Company. ChicagoliileandT!m& Company 111 WEST WASHINGTON STREBT, CHICAGO t, ILLINOIS E. J. TUPPER TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. 220 WEINBERG ARCADE GAIESBURO PH. 343441*

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