Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 24, 1973 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 24, 1973
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Galva Rotary Club Sets Scholarship Banquet Date GALVA — The annual Rotary Club scholarship banquet will be heM May 21 In Epworth Hall of the First United Methodist Church. All students of Galva High School who have attained a "B" or better average tor the first three-fourths of the year will be honored at the dinner. A speaker will be announced. Fifty-four seniors and their chaperones will travel by bus May 12 to Six Flags near St. Louis to spend the day. The annual junior-senior prom has been set f-or May 5. The banquet will be held at 6 p.m. in Epworth Hall with the dance to follow at 8 p.m. in the high school gym. The senior class of 68 students will be guests of the junior class at the annual event. The Galva Civil Defense was GALVA m. SUSAN nmrn CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone l»32 ^a72S called into action over the weekend due to ftooding in the area. A pump was loaned to Orion officials on Saturday to help relieve flooding sewer systems there. The pump was recalled to Galva about four hours later when flooding caused problems in the Galva sewer system. Weather spotters were on duty Friday and Saturday. nights due to tornado warnings in the county. Henry County Civil Defense Director C. F. Bailey said 19 spotters were on duty Friday night and Embarrassed intolosing 66 lbs. When Gienda Reynolds reached 197 lbs., she sat down in her rocker and it split right in half. Her husband cracked up, too. But she didn't think it was funny. So she bought a box of Ayds® Reducing Plan Candy. Contains no drugs. No artificial sweeteners. Taken as directed, Ayds helps curb your appetite, so you eat less and lose weight. Gienda lost 66 lbs. on the Ayds Plan. Why don't you try it? Ayds now in four delicious flavors. osco ON SALE NOW ENDS APRIL 28th ion ...where fashion begins and savings never end.' MWm liSTEl Printed Arnel JERSEY 45" Wide Prints in Nautical Red, White & Navy Colorations . . . Washable & Carefree. Reg. $159 $1.99 Yd. 1 Screen Printed Polyester CREPE Selected for Spring 1973 Machine Washable Wide. ^^9' $933 $3.99 yd. 45" 3' Open Sun. 12-6 Weekdays 1C-9 Sot. 10-6 1055 N. Henderson St., •'Nexi Il .MT lo Mr. Steak" fmbm tmmMan fabrics Golesburg Registe^Moil^<kllesburg, III. Tuesday, ApfiI 24 tffl -S District 210 Vote Resolved 17 were on duty Saturday throught)ut the county. Michael Luker, Col-ona, was returned to his home by the Henry County sheriff's department about 7 a.m. today after an early-morning walk. Tlie 3-year-old child was picked up by a patrolling deputy on 111. 84 in Colona at 4:20 a.m. today. The youngster was returned to his parents after his babysitter notified Oalona police about 6 a.m. that the child was missing. Earl Heinrich, Kewanee, reported his car had been sideswiped on the Galva-Atkinson blacktop north of the German's Corner last night. The Heinrich car reportedly was damaged on the right side. The report is under investigation by the sheriff's department. The Henry County Sheriff's Department reported that many p^ads in the northern part of the county are partially or completely covered by f\oodwaters. The department has been on special alert since Friday watching bridges and water conditions on many county and state roads near Colona and Joslin. Some roads are now partially usable and motorists are asked to use extreme caution in flooded areas. Hawaiian cowboys are known as paniolos. BERNADETTE WEDS — Bernadette Devlin, Northern Ireland's fiery Catholic civU rights leader^ married schoolteacher yesterday her 26th birthday in her hometown of Cookstown. a on WILLIAMSPIELD ~ Complaints charging voting irregularities in Williamsfield School District 210's Board of Education election April 14 apparently have been resolved. Larry Hippen, associate superintendent of schools, said today that the old Board of Education, before it was dissolved Monday night, approved the judges' election results. After the election, complaints of voting discrepancies ranging from some persons reportedly not being allowed to vote to distribution of marked ballots, were filed with Howard Coe, the board president. Hippen explained that one person's marked bat- lot was mistakenly given to the next voter. The problem of some persons not being permitted to vote mostly involved college students who had established residence in the community where they attended school, he noted. Hippen said the judges at last night's meeting said there was no attempt on their part to deceive the voters. Results of the canvass showed no changes in election totals. Mrs. J. Sue Johnson, John (Jack) Derham and Virgil Hockgraver, an incumbent, were declared elected to the board. Defeated were Donald L. Secrist and incumbents Willard Baird and Mrs. Adeline Weast. When the new board was organized, Roy Ostrom was elected president, and Tom Collopy, secretary. The new board made a salary offer to the teachers. Under the plan the base salary of $7,800 would remain the same. However , experienced teachers would receive a $150 cost of living in- Youths Plan Auto Wash BUSHNELL - Plans for a car wash were made when the senior youth met Sunday at the Bushnell United Presbyterian Church. The car wash will be held in May. A retreat was discussed and Rev. Charles Smith, the youth sponsor, presented a tape of Mac Davis, contemporary song writer and singer. Mrs. Carolyn Chapman was named Queen of the Week when Bushnell TOPS 1332 Club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Shirley Cortelyou. Starches were placed on the list of items to avoid for the week. The letter of the week and the special drawing were won by Mrs. Aletha Nicholas. The hairsetting contest was won by Mrs. Bonnie Cadwalader and Mrs. Pam Lewis. Mrs. Cadwalader, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Donna Carnes, Mrs. Marilyn Riden and Mrs. Ruth Taylor won the donkey contest and each received a potted plant. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Opp and family, Bethalto and Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson and family, Brpokfield, spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Opp. Opp celebrated his 80th birthday. Mrs. Orville Heaton, a former Bushnell resident, is a patient at a hospital in Sigourney, Iowa. Visit at Gilson GILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schmidt and family, O'Fallon, spent the April 14-15 weekend at the home of his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schwarz. Bushnell MRS. JAY CLEMENS Correspondent Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ross visited friends in Akron, Ohio, over the Easter holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Garst and Jeffrey, St. Louis, Mo., visited last weekend with her mother, Mrs. Robert Hall. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Wagner and son, Rantoul, and Mrs. Mark Morgan and son and Miss Cherri Sue Wagner, all of Macomb, visited last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Burnham, Industry, were also guests. Loel Crawford and daughter, Danette, McHenry, visited last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jontry and family, Chenoa, visited over the Easter holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Curtis and family, Cedar Rapids, Icwa, visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Clair Curtis. The Bushnell BapUst Church Mission Society will meet today at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ruth Parks as guest speaker. Officers will be installed. The Mariners will meet Wednesday at 6 p.m. for a covered dish dinner. Gene McGrew will give the program, "Co-op Work Training." Officers will be elected; Mrs. Lois French and family, Ottawa, Kan.; Miss Lorena Swift and Mike Mulcahy, Hoffman Estates; Leon Preston, Smithfield, and Leslie Shanks were guests last weekend at the M. B. Galloway home. crease. Additional pay would also be given for years of experience and graduate training. In other action the new board took steps to settle po* tential problems involving various types of trips by students. The board approved a plan to investigate the possibility of providing an extensive liability insurance policy to safeguard the board against accidents on field trips. In a second action, the board directed preparation of a form to be signed by the parents absolving the board of any liability while students are on field trips or multiple day trips. Finally when a parent Is involved in transporting students on field trips, the board has asked the parent to show that he or she has proof of liability insurance. In addition to this students must have with them a letter signed by the parents releasing the board of liability responsibility. Based on these actions the board permitted various trips by students. However, action on the senior class trip was tabled pending a survey of community opinion. In other business teaching contracts were given to Mark Olson, a high school Spanish- English teacher, who was graduated from Augustana College, Rock Island, salary $7,800, and to Mrs. Rebecca Lewis, a homo cCMMMlkSS teacher, who wai giradlilffd ttm Illinois Stata Uiiiveriity, Normalj, $7,800. Both are Mir teachers. Contracts wet'e awarded to Bailey and Himes, Chm» paign, $822 for athletic sup* plies; Sportsland, Moline, $887 for physical education equipment; Gale Ward^ Oales- burg, $477 for high school baseball uniforms, and |B6 for high school cross country uniforms. Next meeting of the board will be May 14 at 7:30 p.m. t .. . Lit Ut Tokt a Whock At Your Inturanc* Many Timet YOUR INDEPENDENT AGENT Can Giv* You Mora Protection At A Savln0 INSURANCE 407 HILL ARCADE Galesburg - Ph. 34^341l Swedoughs SPECIAL Wednesday & Thursday CHOCOLATE or VANILLA Long Johns Take A Breok From Your Everydoy Choros By Stopping At Swedoughs For Coffee & Donutt Swedoughs "DELICIOUS DONUTS BAKED DAILY" Corner The Panlry Bread t Fremont Abingdon OPEN 6 AM - 10 PM 7 DAYS A WEEK Coll 342-7517 For Party Orders Corner Knox tt Farnham Rogers Shoes 230 E. Main 149S FANFARES...SPORTFOOTIN' '73 FAN FAKES l,T. M. 4

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free