Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 18, 1973 · Page 28
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?8 Golesburg Registe^Mjail, G^^^ III. Wednesday, April 18, 1973 At Monmouth URrnpcncwiif Mifs. LbnpftlfMs Stuuth 412 S. 10th St. Phone 734^721 For Mmd Cdptes Before < P. M. Phoite 734 4)21 School Board Ganvasses Returns, Names Officers Bersted Wins Third Term In Office MONMOUTH-George Bersted was re-elected Tuesday for his third term as mayor. Bersted, who was unopposed on the ballot until a last-minute, write-in campaign was started for Mrs. Irene Hereid, operator of the Country Kitchen restaurant, received 643 votes. Mrs. Hereid received 63 votes. Also re-elected were Mrs. Betty Brown, city clerk, 708 votes; Aid. Donald Chenoweth, first ward, 121 votes; Aid Robert McVey, second ward, 243 votes; Aid. Don Baldridge, fourth ward, 118 votes; and Aid. E. J. Chamberlain, third ward, 234 votes. Thomas L. Reynolds, candidate for city treasurer, received a total of 711 votes. Although no official total vote has been reported, the vote yesterday was very light when compared to the 1965 and 1969 elections when Bersted was op- George Bcnted posed by Allan Walters. There were 4,278 ballots cast in the 1965 election and 3,459 in 1969. The vote by wards is as follows: IstW 2dW 3rdW 4thW Bersted —113 233 192 105 Brown ....122 241 239 116 Reynolds ..120 243 239 112 Chenoweth..l21 McVey _ 243 Chamb'lain 234 Baldridge.. 118 Hereid —. 12 6 30 15 Higher Education Director Will Address College Grads MONMOUTH - Dr. James B. Holderman, executive director of the Illinois Board of Higher Education for the past three years, has been named as speaker for the 120th commencement exercises at Monmouth College June 2, at 10:00 a.m. As executive director, Holderman has been responsible for initiating proposals and policy statements, concentrating on long-range planning and on policy development and articulation between the board and a comprehensive cross section of persons in the higher education community and beyond. Principal architect of Master Plan Phase III, Holderman has challenged the state's colleges and universities to provide greater community service, new and more efficient delivery systems and innovative response to the needs of the educationally deprived. Accomplishments during Holderman's tenure as executive director have included: support of new and expanded health education programs in both public and private institutions; new and expanded allied health programs at all levels, in junior and senior institutions; development of excellence and innovation in teaching; especially at the undergraduate level; increasing access to and availability to higher educational opportuni­ ties for those who have been historically excluded by virtue of age, race, sex, economic or social status, or geographic location; supporting new, developing institutions such as the community college system; expanding vocational- technical education in the community colleges; and enhancing the viability of private higher education in Illinois. The hallmark of Phase III is the call for ap integrated system of higher education in Illinois, a collegiate common market to broaden an educational opportunity, and reduce duplication. Holderman was graduated from Denison University in 1958 and earned a Ph.D. degree in political science at Northwestern University in 1961. He has served on the faculties of the University of Illinois' Urbana and Chicago Circle campuses, and from 1963 to 1965 was assistant superintendent of public instruction in Illinois. Prior to joining the Board of Higher Education, Holderman was vice chancellor of the Chicago Circle campus. He was named Chicagoan of the Year by the Chicago Junior Association of Commerce and Industry in 1967. A native of Morris Holderman and his family reside in Elmhurst, where he is actiye in civic and religious programs. MONMOUTH ~ School board election returns were canvassed at a meethig Monday night of the Board of Education of Warren Schodl District 222. The canvass showed that John C. Wallace and Donald E. Robeson were re-elected to the board with 25 votes each. During the organizational meeting, Wallace was reelected president of the board. Robeson \yas re-elected secretary. Board meetings will continue to be on the third Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m., except for the January and February meetings which will begin at 9:30 a.m. Russell Manuel was appoint* ed to the executive board of the Western Division of the Illinois Association of School Boards. Mrs. Pauline Winbigler was chosen as legislative contact agent for the board. Old board policies were retained and the committees are unchanged. Spring Fashions Modeled During Club Style Show MONMOUTH - Spring fashions from Galesburg and Monmouth stores were modeled Sunday at a style show at Buster's Barbecue in Monmouth. The show was sponsored by the Secret Pal Club. Narrating was Mrs. Leroy Harrison. Fashions modeled included swimwear, hostess gowns, suits, formals, daytime knits, ponchos, dresses, pant suits and furs. Mrs. Nancy Kimbrough presented corsages. Mrs. Alma Ewing was hostess and Mrs. Ada Webster entertained. The women, all from Galesburg, also modeled. Mrs. Annie Randolph and Mrs. Helen Harlan, both of Monmouth, modeled evening wear. A buffet luncheon was served preceding the style show, and a variety of bazaar items were on display. Hospital Notes Admissions Monday: Miss Pamela Brownlee, Ardath Fryer, Mrs. Roger L. Barron, Monmouth; Benjamin Sells, Oquawka. Dismissals Monday: Bennle Ishmael, Merrill Ross, Cleo Decker, Mrs. Bill Price Jr., Mrs. Clyde Sage, Jerry Lucas, Mrs. Ethel Slice, Dale Leary, Monmouth; Miss Leslie En- campera, Matherville; Mrs. John Wankerl, Tiampico; Mrs. Carl Ray, Little York. Births Monday: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William Lovdahl, Monmouth. Son to Mr. and Mrs. George McBride and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook, Monmouth. Mrs.' Mary Jo Redmon and Mrs. Alice Lawson, both of Monmouth, were apprdved as additional substitute teachers. Mrs. Rita Flickiflger was granted a 1 -year leave of ab* sence for 1973-1974 and Is to return to her fifth-grade teaching position the following year. All non-teaching staff members were granted a five per cent salary increase for the 1973-1974 year. The Community National Bank was selected to handle school funds starting July 1. School funds have been at the Monmouth Trust and Savings Bank for the past four years and at the National Bank, of Monmouth for the four/years prior to that time. Gary Way will serve as the new school treasurer. The board members re- Roseville Band Receives Rating at Music Contest viewed the report of the vUltlK tion team from the Office tH the Superintendent of Pabltc Instruction. Signiticatit rec* ommendations kt improvement were to add additional staff to provide guldaiice serv' ices at the elemefitary level, and to increase the physical education classes to a daily basis for the elementary grades. A copy of the complete 74- page report is available at the office of SuperhitendeM Clinton Hagemann. It will be shown to anyone who wants to see it. William Bersted, Monmouth, was approved as a bus driver to be employed by Cavanaugh Bus Service. Additional substitute bus drivers are being sought. They may apply at Warren School or to the Cavanaugh Bus Service. 'ill' ijiii:: ., I IHr' • %A 1 , • 'i' \ ... « mi IjliP *t.: Clean Lot for Project Kathy Lefort, left front, ol near Monmouth, and Pam Jones, right, of Gertaw, Hrere two of about 25 members, of the Spring Grove Ag-4-H aub who spent Tuesday morning raking and cleaning the vacant site of the former Grace Presbyterian Church. Tlie young people undertook the Job as thek* safety project. When the job wias completed they went to the Warren County YMCA for a sack lunch and swim. ROSEVILLE - Tlie Roseville High School Band, under the direction of Carroll Henderson, bandmaster, received a Division I rating in the Illinois High School Association state final music contest for organizations, Saturday, at Macomb High School. The contest consisted of a prepared performance of three selections, and a sight-reading selection. Sixten area high school bands were entered in the contest. Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. 0. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 Several Spring Music Programs are scheduled to be presented by the Roseville Unit Schools, and include the 4th annual Warren County Honor Band Festival, to be hosted by the RosevUle High School next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The annual Fine Arts Festival, with an all-school art display, will be under the direction ol Don Vanderveen, art teacher, and will be at the elementary school April 30. Concerts by the junior high chorus and the junior band will be directed by Mrs. Kathryn Steele and Carroll Henderson, chorus and band directors at 8 p.m. Twenty-three 5th grade be- Iginner-band students will be on the program at the May 3 meeting of the Band Parent's Organization in the high school music room at 7:30. This is their first performance as instrumental music students. , "nie final music performance will be presented May 4 at 8 p.m., in the high school gymnasium. The high school chorus groups and the award wiiuiing band will perform. The Union Good Friday Service will be at the United Methodist Church at 2 p.m. The Rev. Robert Bryan, pastor of the Roseville Christian Church will speak. Sunrise Services Sunday morning wilt begin at 6 g.m. and will be conducted by the I youth of the community, at the First Baptist Church. The Easter breakfast will follow in the church basement. Mrs. Ruth Bennett of Roseville, and Mrs. Iva McGrew of Galesburg, drove to Lake Crys- tai, Minn, recently where they visited Mrs. Bertie Coolidge. Mrs. Lawrence Turley of Roseville and Mrs. W. A. Harris of Galesburg were honored guests at a birthday party recently in the recreation room of the Roseland Homes, hosted by Mrs. Ruth Bennett. A potluck dinner was served. Guests present were Mr. andji Mrs. W. A. Harris; Mr. an (r| Mrs. Albert Thomas; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harris and Darrell; Mr. and Mrs. John Waller and Mrs. Myrtle Landis, all of Galesburg. Also, Mr. and Mrs. William Harris, Kelli Jo, John, Jennifer and Susanne of Metamora and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turley, Pamela, David and Mike of RosevUle. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! ORANGES 138 Sin Dole JERRY'S Open Till MidnighV EVERY DAY APRIL 18-22 BANANAS Bananas ^. W OPEN ALL DAY EASTER Be Sure and Visit Jerry's Greenhouse Flowers, Garden Seeds, Onion Sets & Plants Ground Beef 89c EASTER BASKETS, EGGS> FILM, SUNDAY PAPERS, KITES. I# 303 3 Diamond Pineapple Tidbits * Re Joyc* Fruit Cocktoil Re Joyce Pineopple Juice Re Joyce French Style Green Beons #303 Re Joyce PEAS # 303 Re Joyce CATSUP M„ Re Joyce OUVES J*^":-# ,0 Re Joyce Mustard Richelieu Western Dressin**." JDC Re Joyce Salod Dressing 32 oz. Ideal %f MARASCHINO CHERRIES .<.o. J5C Nestles Morsels .<«. 49^ Tori Towels #. (-.m 39* Charmin Tissue 43'^ FROZEN Ore-Ida Tator Tots 3/1" FROZEN Waffles Aunt J«mimi— 9 <0z. 29c 3/'!" 39c 3/M" SIT KIT 59c 23c 39c Country Moid BACON 79 Our Own Bulk SAUSAGE C lb BOILED HAM NECK BONES lb » |iai!D33fX||IKSI!ia3«|IINEaMW Pilfsbury ANGiU FOOD MIX With Coupon JERRY'S April 18 - 22 Folger's COFFEE ^2 3-Lb. 1421 Can With Coupon JERRY'S LIQUID THRIU 32- Oz. With Coupon JERRY'S BEEF TRIPE 59s COFFEE MATE 59' BONELESS HAM n.39 ^• Oscar Link Sausage lb WIENERS 12 oz. 65 LIMIT 5 Chiffrerlings 10 Lb. LONGHORN Cheese lb 11- Oz. Willi Coupon JERRY'S INSTANT NESTEA w 3- Oz. I M| AprU 18 - 22 With Coupon JERRY'S AprU 18 • 22 I

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