Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 19, 1973 · Page 7
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t1< -8- • • , ^'ij'"'!" ," -. • "'• ¥•• ••111 I,.;:-" • Cartoonist Sends Letter ^helley Jones, a sixth grade pupil at Steele a bioipiaphy entitled Middle School, holds a letter she received ;. recently from Charles Schulz, creator of the I "Peanuts" cartocm. Shelley, daught^ of Mr. II and Mrs. Jack Jones, 46 Hawkinson Ave., recently completed a 1-month independent study program, "Seek Out." Her project was "The Fabulous Life of Charlie Schulz." Her principal, James O'Hem, mailed the book to Schulz in California. Schulz responded by sending Shelley a letter and some original "Peanuts" character drawings. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) I* * * :ic 4? * * * * 4c:i:4: ****** ****** I* . .A Wonderful Time to Dine Out BREAKFAST BUFFET Sarved From 7 A.M. — 10:iO A.M. EASTER SMORGAiSBORD Strved From 11:30 A.M.—- 3 P.M. Featuring ... * Stonding Rodsf Round of Beef ^ Baked HaAi <^ Golden Fried Chicke^n FOR £ ASTER SERVICE: In addition to mr main dining room Buffet we will also set an equally good Buffet in our NEW HOLIDAY CENTER ROOM. Complimentary Punch & Easter Eggs For The Kiddies (Mom and Dad Too) ROUTE 150 NORTH - GALESBJLIRG, ILLINOIS Call Now For Reservations 342-2151 RESTAURANT •3f •Jf- •X- •X- -X•x* •X- -x» •X^- •X•X- •X* •X•X- •X•x* •X- Golesburfl Rtflister^Moil, GQJgsburg, III. ThursdOMi April 19, 1973 7 WoodhuU Board Approves Appropriation Bill •I WOODHUtL '•'All aiimttl •pnopnMioiii oraumct oi |»7,4(M Itti Hfift adopted l)y the Woodhun Villt|i Boird o! IVtisicei. gptudlng itittiorltatlon meaiure ii |1I0,II0 itto^a lait r»t% tlt« bfll inettttet a |8S8,M0 ipprojprlation for water, wm and lewer aen^ee plant^n inereaae d |iOt,MO from the previous year. Other Ihereawy were in the itreets ahd sidewalka and police department appropriations. THE BOARD, at Its April 18 meeting, did not act on bids for sewer work. RatlUf Brothers, Kewanee, was low bidder at 1149,002. Board members were told that Envifonmentil Protection Agency offlcials had inspected the city's water supply March 14 and found no sanitary defects. Ini!4)ectors did recommend installation of facilities to provide continual cMorination Of tiie water sup* ply. Harold Grams, AlWood school superintendent, and Maurice DeSutter, a school board member, discussed with trustees the cost of replacing a tile hook-up behind the high school. The village board agreed to check the matter of easement and maintenance liability with their attorney. Raritan Church Minister Gives First Message RARITAN — Rev. Reuben Ongna preached his first sermon as pastor of the Raritan Reformed Church April 15, after being installed April 13. He was formerly pastor of an Oak Harbor, Wash., church. Mrs. Mary Brokaw led devotions when the Women's Missionary Society at Raritan Reformed Church met April 4. Mrs. Gothard Rankin was lesson leader. Hostesses were Mrs. R^ecca Lauver and Mrs. Martha Lauver. Spring conference of the Women's Classical Union of Central Illinois was held at the Fairview Reformed Church April 5. Dawn Lyon was honored on her fifth birthday April 1 with a family party at her home. Attending were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Freemont Ruschill, Burlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lyon, Smithshire. AFTER A discussion, it was decided that approiimately half of the itreets ift the village will be oiled during the summer. Meeting before the board meeting, the village zoning board granted a variance to Larry Baysinger for a beauty ^op in his residence. CSiurch Women United will have a Fellowship Day luncheon at the United Oiurch of WootUiull May 4., Registration will be at 12:30 p.m., and the luncheon will start at 1 p.m. Tickets are available from representatives of the organization or Miss Frances Rehn, Woodhull, Mrs. Walter A. Peterson, Ojrfiiem, or Mrs. Tony Petrovich, Alpha. Reservations should be made by April 30. THIS YEAR'S theme, "As Hand Touches Hand," will note the sph-it of Christian women in volunteer service to the community. Mrs. Donna Carlson, Mrs. Gertrude Gamel and Mrs. Gladys Leininger will be in charge of devotions. Reports will be given on various volunteer projects in the area. Babysitters will be provided, and mothers are to bring a sack lunch for their child. *Walk for Christ' Is Set by Group MAQUON — Young persons at Maquon United Methodist Church will participate in a "Walk for Christ" on May 6 in conjunction with a district youth rally. Purpose of the project is to raise funds for the church's Central Illinois Conference. A family potluck supper is scheduled at the church April 29. Rev. Carroll Ochsner will show pictures of events in the life of Christ. Vacation Bible School at the church has been scheduled June 11-22, the pastor said. A series of coffees in the Alpha and Woodhull commu^ nitles wU) benefit the Multiple Selerosis Hope Chest campaign. Alpha Methodist Church will host the first coffee April 23. Women attending will then host coffees in their homes in an attempt to build support for the fund. PERSONS responsible for organizing the round-robin coffees claim the response is greater than a door-to^oor canvass of the community. John Hemminger of Gene- seo, unit chairman, said that 60 per cent of all money col- ^cted locally remains in the area to maintain a patient service program. While letters are being sent for the original coffee, any woman in the area is invited. Certificates noting the contribution to Illinois FFA Foundation were presented April 17 to AlWood Young Farmers and Moorman Manufacturing Co., Alpha Division. Dave Nelson accepted the certificate for the Young Farmers, and Dean Grimes for Mooiman. Presenting the certificates were Ben Wessels of Rio, state FFA president, Roger Gradert, District I director and Section III president, and Jim Geiger, AlWood FFA president. Mrs. Ida Johnson was honored at a celebration on her 86th birthday April 15. Among guests were her children, grandchildren and great­ grandchildren from Andover, Moline, Altona and Woodhull. I 1 I Paperback Drive Seeks to Boost College's Library A paperback book drive has been started to increase the number of books available to students from Carl Sandburg College's learning resource center. Mrs. Margaret Wainer, center director, said she would like to increase the selection from the 900 paperback titles now on hand to about 2,000. History and contemporary literature titles are needed, she said. The center is open Monday- Thursday from 7:45 a.m.-9 p.m., on Fridays from 7:45 a.m.-f p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-noon. 'Poor' Man Rich COLCHESTER. England (UP!) — Neighbors who used to bring 90 - year - old Fredrick Warden hot meals to help him make ends meet received a shock when he died. He left an estate of $52,000, most of it donated to charities. 914 N. HENDERSON ST. STOCKING SPECIAL 1 Group of Nylons — Values to $1.50 Broken Sizes $1.00 Pr. 1 Group of Nylons Reg. 11.00 Broken Sizes 69c Pr. 3 Prs. $2.00 Elso Marie Hosiery Shop PHONE 343-2516 314 E. MAIN LOdlE'S WF BUY FOR 1FS\ Wf SFIl FOR [FSS SERVE for EASTER 41 South Swniirary Phen* 342-4S15 OPEN — 8 A.M. TIL MIDNIGHT W6 Have a Fine Assortment of Domestic and Imported Wines and Champagnes Imported J.B. 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