Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 13, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 13, 1963
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n Bureau Pays Building Debt Galesburq Register-Mail, Gglesburg,. III. Saturday. July 1.3, 1963 ..S r Clears Title To Property In Monmouth MONMOUTH - The Warren County Fafm Bureau paid off its mortgage on the Farm Bureau Building at 1000 N, Main St., in Monmouth, Wednesday. D. C. Walters, president of the bureau, made the final payment July io to Chalmer Spiker, president of the National Bank of Monmouth. The building was built in 1954 And a $15,000 mortgage was made to make final payment for the building. The total cost was about $«0,000. It houses the Warren County Farm Bureau, IAA Insurance Service, Warren Producers Supplies, N1BCO, Warren County Agricultural Extension, Warren County Home Economics Extension and.Warren County Health Improvement Association. * Walters was chairman of the building committee when it was built. He is now president of the Warren 'County Farm Bureau, a farm organization with 1,720 members, Officers and directors in 1954 were: Robert D. Armstrong, president; D. C. Walters, vice president; Elyin T. Goddard, secretary- treasurer and the following directors: Vail Nelson (deceased), Carl Marshall, Claris Johnson, Paul Carson, John Jenks, Cecil Holle*berg, Robert Bacon, Ernest Robinson, Ralph Nisely, Lyle Bricker, Glenn Lipp, D. L. Campbell, Don Wilson and Kenneth Watt. Officers and directors now are: D. C. Walters, president; J. R. Hendel, vice president; Elvin T. Goddard, secretary-treasurer, and board- Carl Berg, Reginald Mustajn, Herb Allen, Kenneth Wayland, D. L, Campbell, Donald Nelson, Rolland Terpening, Armound Olson, Edwin Strickler, Frank Cook, Glenn Lipp, Harold Swenson; Marion Rigg, Robert Rhinehart and Robert Gilmore. Elvin Goddard has served as secretary-treasurer during this period. D. L. Campbell has served as finance chairman since then. Glenn Lipp, the other member of the board of directors during this period, is now chairman of the building committee. Del Ohren has been secretary of organization of the Warren County Farm Bureau during this period. New Variety of Seed Oats Tested At Woodhull WOODHULL — Harvesting of a new variety of seed oats is reported by Bergstom Seed k Feed Co., Woodhull. This new variety, which was planted in a small acreage of four acres, gave a yield of 469 bushels or an average of 117 bushels per acre, test weight 39 pounds and moisture below 13 per dent. High quality wheat and rye also is reported, with wheat yielding over 50 bushels per acre and rye 60 bushels per acre. Rye is not commonly used as grain to be fed to livestock. Most farmers in this area plant rye in fall for the purpose of fall and spring grazing and also may use it as soil builder as a plow down crop to add fertility to the soil. Program Planned By BiggsvilJe 4-H'crs BIGGSVILLE - Biggsville Belles 4-H Club held a party at the Robert Seymour home July 10 with Cynthia Seymour, Helen Bishop and Cynthia Saben as hostesses. Demonstrations were given by Donna Smith on rolled cookies and bound buttonholes by Patty Dixon. The 4-H Achievement program will be held Monday at 8 p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church. All mothers of the 4 -H girls and Home Extension members were welcomed to attend. GREAT DAY occurs for Warren County Farm Bureau mctnbcrH as.obligation is cleared. Pictured above left to right: Chalmer Spiker, president of the National Bank of Monmouth receiving final payment on loan on Farm Htircau Building from bureau officials, D. Carroll Walters, president; Dwight Campbell, finance chairman, and Del Ohren, secretary. Report on Camp Presented by 5 Girls for Roseville WSCS ROSEVILLE—Five Methodist campers spoke at the regular meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, Wednesday evening in the Roseville Methodist educational building. Janice Brpwn spoke of her experiences during her 1963 camp session at Lewistown Methodist camp recently. Jill Ockert, Janis Murphy. Wanda Lozier atid Nora Lozier, who all attended Milan camp, each spoke on some phase of the Methodist camp program. Mrs. Stuart Mayhew showed a film concerning the Langleyville Community Center, one of the mission projects of the local church. Mrs. James Hendel conducted the pr ( ayer circle prior to the bpening of the session. Mrs. Clark Griswold gave the devotions, with Mrs. James Hendel accompanying at the piano for the singing of hymns. Mrs. K. L. Becraft, president, conducted a routine business meeting, after which members of the Naomi Circle served dainty refreshments from an attractively decorated table. Mrs. John Felt and Mrs. Harley Felt shared the hostess honors. On Aug. 8 the WSCS wHl convene in the church at 2 p.m. Mrs. Merlin Perfine will conduct the prayer circle; ,Mrs. John Felt the devotions. Mrs. Deen Lincoln will be in charge of the program. Members of the Esther Circle will be the hostesses. OES Escorts Guests Members of Grand Chapter committees and past worthy matrons and past worthy patrons were escorted and introduced at the regular meeting of the Roseville chapter, Order of Eastern Star, held Thursday evening, July 11, in the Masonic Hall. During the business meeting donations to Grand Chapter committees for scholarship and medical research were voted. Mrs. Frank Cook, worthy matron, and Frank Cook, worthy patron, pre- READ THE WANT ADS! LASSIE QUEEN -j Miss Madeline De May is the chosen Lassie Queen of the West Central Shorthorn Association, She is shown here holding the champion Shorthorn bull last week at the Augusia, Hancock County Fair. She is the 17-year-old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur De May of Annawan and shows Shorthorns along with her brother Russel. Miss De May will also be present to hand out the Shorthorn ribbons at the Knox County Fair. For the most coverage and LOW RATES in Homeowner Policies Call 342-6413 or see LEO A. CRONIN INSURANCE "Honestly It's the Best Policy" 418 lend! 01dg. Roseville MARY MARKS Phone 12B-ZOS7 P. O. Boi SB sided in the East. Pro tern officers included Mrs. Dale Sands, organist; Mrs. R. G. Marks, Adah; ,Mrs. Arthur Bower, chaplain; Mrs. Calvas Hayes, associate matron and Leon Vogele, sentinel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook served refreshments during the social hour. Next meeting is Aug. 8 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Pearl Duffield, of Nonpareil chapter, Galesburg, and instructress for the Roseville chapter, will be the guest of honor. Society Has Program Mrs. Ora Farr, president of the Swan Creek Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service, opened the regular meeting of the group on Wednesday with t h e reading of a poem titled "No Words But His Words," by Dr. Roswell Barnes. Mrs. Lewis Irwin and Mrs. Robert Livesay presented the devotions, Mrs. Lewis Irwin presided during the prayer circle. Mrs. Farr, who presided during the business session, announced that the WSCS seminar would take place in the First Methodist Church of Monmouth on July 17. It was voted to sponsor the annual all-church family picnic on Aug. 18, at 6 p.m. in the Eldridge Memorial Park, Roseville. Mrs, R. G. Marks made a report on the recent missions school session, Illinois Wesleyan University recently, Contributions were voted for Langleyville Community Center; Cunningham Home; Senior Methodist Girls School, Kuantan, Pahang; Piedros Negras of Mexico; cultivation fund and the Zoe King love gift. "What Shall We Tell Our Children About Race" was the theme of the program, presented by Mrs. Evalyn Watt. A discussion period completed the program. Refreshments were served in the church dining room by the social committee. Returns Home Miss Martha Baucom has returned home from St. Mary's Hospital of Rochester, Minn., where she had throat surgery. She is somewhat improved, and is convalescing at her home on South Main Street. Attends Board Meet Mrs. K. L. Becraft, representing Swan Creek Township on the Warren County Cancer Society board of directors, attended a luncheon on Wednesday, July JO, at the Elks Club, Monmouth. Tom Bobb. chairman of the Illinois Division of the American Cancer Society gave an informative and inspirational address, Mrs. Becraft reported. _ Olympics TOKYO (UPI) - The track and field events in the 1964 Olympic games are scheduled to be held Oct. 14 through 21, toward the early end of the program. The Olmpiad starts Oct. 10. False-Alarm Phoner Faces Jail Sojourn MONMOUTH — Lyle Bradbury, 39, of,rural Monmouth, found out Friday that turning in false alarms at the fire station can be a costly business. Thursday night about 9 o'clock firemen received a call that there was a fire at the Broadway Tap on East Broadway, officers went to the Tap and arrested Bradbury. Yesterday he appeared in police magistrate Dale T. DeVore's court on a charge of turning in false alarms and was fined $100 and $12.30 costs and when he failed to pay the fine was taken to the county jail. MONMOUTH HOSPITAL READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Admitted Friday — Master Wil liam Guilinger, Larry Lathrop Mrs. Flora Tinker, Mrs. Arminta Caldwell, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday — Mrs. Es ther Coffman, Master William Bogener, William Gavin, Mrs Anna Josephson, Mrs. John Schimmelpfenning and baby, Mon mouth; Mrs. Henry Johnson Gladstone and Mrs. Stanley Ste vens and baby, Seaton. MONMOUTH MM . MdMNntf* iitstJ »0l N H ft*. C0tm«t>ti<i0<if "Hon* 714-4711 M* ItiWt FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Mrs. Knapheidc To Be Teacher at Harding School MONMOUTH - Paul M. Craf ton, Monmouth superintendent of schools, announced today the employment of Mrs. Mary Jane Knapheide of 317 E. Broadway to teach in the fifth and sixth combination room at Harding School. Mrs. Knapheide, a Monmouth College graduate, taught three years at Middleton, Colo., a year at Yorkwood and last year at J Gladstone Junior High School. Her contract at Gladstone was renewed for the coming year but she requested and received a release to accept the position at the local school. Crafton said two vacancies still exist, in the system—that of an advanced mathematics teacher and -girls counsellor in the high school. Sage Draws Farm Term in Court Finale MONMOUTH — Three persons appeared' in Warren County Circuit Court Friday before Judge Burton A. Roeth of Canton, in the final session before the summer recess. Clifford Lewis Sage. 18, of 012 S. C St., who was arrested in June for forgery after he had given a check in the amount of $51.25 signed Harold P. Young to Lou Pavlic of the Italian Village on May 10 and who had asked for probation July 2, had his request denied, Judge Roeth sentenced Sage to 1-5 years at the Illinois State Prison Farm at Vandalia. Jan Holeman, 15, of 907 S. B St., who was arrested after he stole a car May lrt belonging to Everett Birdscll, was also denied probation and his case was turned over to the Illinois Youth Commission. Delbert Grovcr Cleveland Johnson, 18, of 1126 S. Second St., who had been charged with burglary of the Holliday Package Liquor Store on March 31, also appeared in court Friday. On July 2, Johnson asked for probation but a report from Lloyd Herbener, probation officer, was not favorable, and Johnson's request was denied. He will be sentenced after the report from the probation officer is further studied. Marriage License MONMOUTH — A marriage license was issued Friday to Earl Miller and Dorothy Thompson, of Burlington. Hit by Golf Ball; Taken To Hospital MONMOUTH - Mrs. Elaine Quilty, 36, of 1035 E. Detroit Ave., wife of Dr. Robert Quilty, was listed in good condition this morning at St. Luke's Hospital in Davenport, where she was taken Friday as a result of an accident on the local golf course. Mrs. Quilty was playing golf at the Monmouth Country Club yesterday morning when she was hit on the back of the head by a golf ball driven by an unidentified player. She was taken to her doctor's office for treatment, and he sent her home for a rest, but he was later called when her condition worsened. He then sent her by ambulance to Monmouth Hospital. By late afternoon the physician felt her condition warranted the consultation of a neuro-surgeon and she was moved by ambulance to the Davenport hospital. Dr. Quilty said this morning his wife, had responded well to treatment and expected her to be released from the hospital sometime today. Falls From Horse Another East Detroit Avenue resident, 14-ycar-okl Kay Merz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Merz, 1036 E. Detroit Ave., was injured Friday near the country club. Miss Merz was horseback riding across the lot behind Lincoln School when the saddle on the horse she was riding slipped, throwing her to the ground. Miss Merz sustained' a fracture of the right arm between the wrist and elbow. Henderson i County ASC Meetings Set BIGGSVILLE— Tho Henderson County ASCS office here hns announced township meetings to elect ASCS community committeemen. Three members and two alternates will be elected in each community. The elected committee members serve for one year. Tho chairman elected will represent his community at a county convention July 30 to elect a county committee. • All meetings will start at 8 p.m. The schedule for the county is as follows: July Ifi, Torre Haute Town Hall; 17, Raritan, Fire Station; Bald Bluff, Town Hall; 18, Media, Rozctta, Lomax all Town Halls; 19, Stronghursl, Fire Station, Carman, JOOF dining room; 22, Biggsville, ASCS office; Gladstone, Town Hall; Oquawka, Courthouse. READ THE WANT ADS! NFO to Meet At Monmouth MONMOUTH — Special meeting of the Warren County Chapter of the National Farmers Organization will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the YMCA Sombrero Room, Monmouth. All members were asked to attend this meeting, if possible, Stewart Morris, chairman, announced. The word meander comes from the winding Maeander River of western Asia. Saddle Club To Meet At Victoria MONMOUTH - July meeting of the Warren County Saddle Club will be held Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lindeen, south of Victoria. Committee reports for the annual horse show to be held Sunday will, be given and plans for a future trail ride will be discussed. Host couples will be Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tatman. Speed, Stop Light Charges Are Listed MONMOUTH - Edward J. Lincke Jr., 21, of 515 E. Euclid Ave. was arrested at 2:10 this morning for speeding on North Main Street. His hearing is scheduled for Monday at 3 pm.. At 1:55 p.m., Randol L. Steepleton, 16, of Little York was ticketed for a stop-sign violation at 11th Avenue and Fifth Street. His hearing will be Monday at 9 a.m. Martin G. Anglanda, 36, of Starrs, Conn., was arrested at 11:15 Friday night for speeding on East Broadway and a stoplight violation at Broadway and First Street. Anglanda posted a $15 bond on the speeding charge and $10 for the stop-light violation. Alpha Home Guests Listed ALPHA—Sunday guests at the Theodore Johnston home were Mr. and Mrs. William Wing, Mrs. Wayne Blakeney and daughter Janette of Ridgefarm, and Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp of Davenport. On Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. Johnston entertained at a cookout supper for their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Wing before they left Tuesday for Ft. Bliss, Tex. at El Paso, where he will now be stationed, having recently completed his basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and had spent a 2- week furlough here. Monday night guests included Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wing. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kelly visited on Sunday evening with Air. and Mrs. Julius Grossman and family of New York City, who were on a vacation tour and stopped at the Holiday Inn in Moline Sunday night. Grossman is connected with the Municipal Conductors, Inc., oi New York City and conducts concert orchestra in that city. Kelly and Grossman had not met since 1915 when Grossman was conductor of the 33rd Division Band while serving in Japan in World War II when Kelly was a member of the band. DOWNTOWN GALESBURG YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS SUN. MON. TUES. SALE FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY? Check our Discount Prescription Prices and see how much you pay for this. THEN CALL US! 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