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10 Golwbura fteaisWr-Mail, Galesburg, lit. Saturday, July 27, 1963 Hold Warren County Home Ec 4-H Clubs Achievement Day MONMOUTH—The Warren County Home Economics 4-H Achievement Day was held Thursday at the Kirkvvood Grade School with the following winners and ratings: Explorers of Roseville to Tour by Canoe ROSEVILLE - Victor Manuel has been chosen as leader of the canoe trip sponsored by the Roseville Explorer Scout Post, Gerald Becraft, local Explorer leader, announced Thursday. The trip will begin when eight Post, members and Manuel travel in two convertibles to Ely, Minn., where they will embark on a seven-day canoe trip through Superior National Forest in the United States and Quetico Provincial Park, Ont. The group plans to leave Roseville the evening of Aug. 4 for Ey, where they will be outfitted for the canoe trip. Bill Roam of that city will transport the group and equipment to the starting point, several miles from Ely. During the seven-day trip there will be seven portages. The group plans on fishing in the United States. Explorers taking the trip include Mark Costell, Mike Green, Gary Lewis, Milford Renner, Bill Moore, "Skip" Rupp, John Babcock, Ed Spry and Manuel. Roseville Briefs The Roseville Volunteer Fire Department was called yesterday to a point just west of the intersection of state route 67, on route 116, where a semi-trailer owned by Sturm & Co. of Peoria was ablaze. The gas line had broken, spilling gasoline on the hot motor. The department extinguished the blaze, and after minor repair the driver was able to continue to his destination, Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beckett are vacationing in Glacier Park and vicinity, Mrs. H. L. Beckett reported Thursday. The weather is fine and they are enjoying the beautiful scenery. Miss Susie Simonson and Mrs. H. L. Beckett attended the Henderson County Fair on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Beckett and daughter, Mrs. Frank Borner, all of Dayton, Ohio, visited for several days this week in the home of Mrs. H. L. Beckett. Top 10 first-year sewing winners: Marcia Bishop, Dec's; Cindy Painter, Dec's; Teresa Anderson, Greenbush Baste and Taste; Sheryl Kepple. Greenbush Baste and Taste; Jeane McCollum, Smithshire Stitch and Stir; Kathy Nowak, Clover Leaves: Barbara DeGeeter, KB's; Cindy Rigg. Point Pleasant; Karen Cochran, Kirkwood Klip- pers; Barbara Chamberlain, Clover Leaves. Models to state fair—Pamela Peoples. Point Pleasant; Chrissie Haar, Greenbush Baste and Taste; Anita Rigg, Point Pleasant; Sharon Gaskill, Top Notchers; Karen Lincoln, Greenbush Baste and Taste. Alternates—Alyce Robinson, (1st), Cameron Make and Bake; Shirley Peterson, (2nd), Point Pleasant; Diane Murphy, (3rd), Dec's; Ruth Ault, (4th), Snip and Stir; Janet Winbigler, (5th), Snip and Stir. Construction winners (only clothes will be sent to state fair)— Dorothy Shoemaker, Top Notchers; Judith Freed, Top Notchers. Alternates, Joah Koch, (1st), Berwick Lassies; Sheila Bishop, (2nd), Dec's. Demonstration winners — Alyce Robinson and Debbie Hanson, Low Calorie Meals; Pat Sullivan (1st delegate), cake decorating; Martha Musser, (2nd delegate) meat loaf; Stephany Kclley (1st alternate), fruit salad; Barbara Wayland, (2nd alternate), funny cake. Flower arranging demorfSlratlon winners—Demonstrator, Karen Lincoln, Greenbush Baste and Taste; Linda White, (1st alternate), Top Notchers; Linda Hall (2nd alternate), Top Notchers. Photography delegate (only exhibit goes)—Judy Jenks. Room Improvement delegate (only exhibit goes)—Judy Shauman. Demonstrations which received "A" ratings—Debbie Hanson, Alyne Robinson, Pat Sullivan, Martha Musser, Stephany Kelley, Barbara Wayland, Luch Van Riper, Cindy Painter, Karen Still, Patricia McFarland and Jackie Grier. The chameleon is noted for the distance it can eject its tongue, which is as long as its body. Will Appeal McCalPs Case; Fine Set at $100 MONMOUTH - James A. McCall, 30, of 1790 Brown Ave., Galesburg, who was arrested June 16 in the 100 block of East Broadway, was found guilty Friday of driving while intoxicated by Police Magistrate Dale T. DeVore. McCall was fined $200 and assessed $9 costs, but Robert Egan, McCall's attorney from Galesburg, filed notice the case will be appealed. Admitted Thursday — Earl St. Clair, Roy Brown, Monmouth. Dismissed Thursday—Mrs. William Stotler and baby, Monmouth. Admitted Friday—Miss Caroline Jenks, Mrs. John Stivers, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday — Mrs. Howard Seaton, Miss Rose Gillen, Monmouth. READ THE WANT ADS! Club by Mrs. Robert Armstrong of Monmouth and Mrs. William Over turf of Tuscola. The luncheon honored Mrs. Killey and Mrs. Charles Morris hostesses being mother of Mrs. Following the Mrs. cers, local Johnson, the sister Johnson, afternoon the and tea Killey took the state offi- honorary state regents and regents to her country Members from 32 Chapters at Event Honoring Mrs. Killey MONMOUTH — Mrs. Ralph Killey of Monmouth, newly-elected Illinois state regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution, was honored Thursday afternoon by a tea and reception at the home of Mrs. James O'Daniel, 308 S. B St. Mrs. O'Daniel was assisted by members of the two local chapters, Mildred Warner Washington and Puritan and Cavalier. More than 150 guests from at least 32 chapters in Illinois complimented Mrs. Killey by their presence. In the receiving line were Mrs. Edgar Saville, regent of Mildred Warner Washington chapter; Mrs. David Edwards, regent of Puritan and Cavalier chapter; Mrs. Killey, all of Monmouth; Mrs. Charles Morris Johnson of Monticello, chaplain general; Mrs. Len Young Smith of Evanston, vice president general from Illinois; Miss Helen McMackin of Salem, honorary vice president general; Mrs. \V. T. Sweeney of Washington, D.C., but formerly of Rock Island, honorary past state regent; Mrs. Henry Warner of Dixon, past vice president general; Mrs. Ralph Wilson of Salem, state recording secretary; Mrs. Emery Robinson of Des Plaines, state corresponding secretary; Miss Edith Brook of Stronghurst, state treasurer: Mrs. James Hamm of Hudson, state registrar, and Mrs. Richard Thompson of Deerfield, state historian. The guests were served cakes, punch and coffee from an attractive tea table centered with a silver bowl of pink roses. Those presiding at specified hours were: Mrs. Benjamin C. Duke, Mrs Wray Watt, Mrs. John Kritzer, Mrs. Grover Farris. Mrs. Robert Armstrong and Mrs. Scott Shrode. Mrs. Ray Whiteman and Mrs. F. C. Winters were in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Eugene McKee and Mrs. Harold Blair were at the door. Preceding the tea the state officers, honorary state regents and national officers were entertained at a luncheon at the Elks home southeast of Monmouth for a buffet supper. A number of male relatives also enjoyed the repast. Friday morning the same women enjoyed breakfast at Killy's cottage before returning to their homes. They will be together again the second and third weeks in September when the DAR caravan will visit each division in the state. Other distinguished guests present were Mrs. Ralph Butz of LaGrange, state chairman of insignia; Mrs. William Neburka of LaGrange, state chairman of the DAR magazine advertising; Mrs. John Devanny of Lincoln, chairman of Lineage Research; Mrs. Glenn Castle of Abingdon, chairman of DAR magazine; Mrs. James Peterson of LaG range, chairman of the American Indian committee; Mrs. Marion B. Barney of Berwyn, vice-chairman of Courts; also the director of Division One, Mrs. Wendell DeMoss of Carthage. Guests attending came from many towns, including LaGrange, Riverside, Macomb, Knoxville, Springfield, Mt. Carroll, Galesburg, Victoria, Farmington, Aledo, Yates City, Geneseo, Roseville, Carthage, Stronghurst, Moline, Rock Island, Abingdon, Peoria, Petersburg, Berwyn, Salem, Bloomington, Deerfield, Monticello, Evanston, DesPlaines, Tuscola, Aurora, Dixon and Elmwood. MONMOUTH MM. llatMMf) m N H it. Photo tM'4711 to* FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734.4121 Before 6:30 Nab Speeders On South Main MONMOUTH—Three motorists were arrested on South Main Street Friday night and early this morning, and all were charged with speeding. Miss Betty Jo Shinn, 18, of 429 N. F St., was arrested at 1.1:25 Friday night. Larry G. Bower, 19, of Roseville was arrested at 11:40 p.m., and Lyell E. Painter, 17, of near Monmouth was arrested at 12:10 this morning. Miss Shinn and Painter will have hearings in police magis : trate court Monday and Bower will appear Wednesday. MARRIAGE LICENSES MONMOUTH - Two marriage licenses were issued Friday lo Harry Francis Whalen of Atlanta, Ga., and Hilda Pauline Glynn of Davenport, and to James David Numbers of Monmouth and Debris Elaine Straub of Wilton Junction, Iowa.. Bollinger Shows Sonie Improvement MONMOUTH — Some improvement in the condition of Doug Bollinger was reported today. Doug, 16, of 1306 Lincoln Road, broke his neck Thursday diving into shallow Water at Lake Geneva, Wis., and was flown to University Hospital at Iowa City for treatment. Lyle Bollinger, the youth's father, returned to Monmouth Friday night and said Doug, who had been paralyzed from his neck down, had regained partial use of his arms. Young Bollinger, employed at Lake Geneva since early June, was painting on a roof of a building and, instead of coming down a ladder, jumped 20 feet into the water, hitting his neck and severing a vertabra, Mr. Bollinger reported. Mrs. Bollinger remained in Iowa City with her son, who will be hospitalized for a time. SHE BITES, says the sign; "Don't come too close." It was Carol Bear's stunt in the Kirkwood kiddie and pet parade this morning. A wire mesh pen for the 10 -year-old's baby sister, Nancy JoAnn Bear, 20 months, added the realistic touch to this kidding about the family name. They are the daughters of the Fred Bears of Kirkwood. (Register-Mail Photos by Phil Turney.) SHEEPISH LOOKS on two faces in foreground are because they couldn't remember their names to give to photographer Turney this morning when he pictured this foursome in Kirkwood Homecoming kiddie and pet parade. Showing off the lambs and giving their own names were Roy Smith, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Smith, and Sally Faudree, 6, whose parents are the Wendell Faudrees, all of Kirkwood. Avon Man Honored on 70th Birthday AVON — Frank Ragon was surprised Wednesday when his children and their families and several other relatives arrived at his home with well-filled baskets to help him celebrate his 70th birthday. Those present were Mr. and .Mrs. Ragon: Mr and Mrs. Jame> Sublett and family of Prairie City; Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Shepherd and Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Severns and Peggy of Avon: Mrs. Shirley Stick and Mrs Patty Allen and Mrs. lone Charneskey of Galesburg; Mrs. Mae Simmons of Abingdon; .Mr. and Mrs. Clive Ragon of Avon and Tommy Ragon of Knoxville. Kirkwood Celebrated This Morning Events Today Wind Up the 3-Day Affair KIRKWOOD-Children paraded through Kirkwood today in one of the concluding events of the Kirkwood Homecoming. . Slated tonight is a talent show at 8:30 o'clock, and included on the program are ballad singers, dancers and pop singers. The annual homecoming began early Thursday with Warren County 4 -H Achievement Day. Other highlights of the three-day festivities included flower shows, carnival, rides, Little League baseball, concerts and a horse show. North Henderson Church Group Has Guest Tea NORTH HENDERSON - The guest tea given by the LCW of the Zion Lutheran Church was held at the church July 11. Mrs. Lyle McCaw announced the program. Mrs. Roy W. Johnson gave the devotionals. Organ selections were by Mrs. Everett Winkler; vocal solo, Miss Connie Higbee, and vocal trio of Grange women. Mrs. Francis Olson introduced Mrs. Roy Peterson of New Windsor, who gave a book review. Mrs. Francis Olson served the punch and Mrs. Roy W. Johnson poured at the coffee service. Garden flowers were used throughout the church and basement. 1st U.S. Tennis NEW YORK (UPD—Tennis was introduced in the United States during the 1870's after Mary Outerbridge of New York saw the game played by British officers in Bermuda. INJUNS whooped it up in Kirkwood parade as 10 members of Cub Scout Pack 348 exemplified their ancient tribal ceremonies In full regalia. Gerlaw Church Announces New Officers GERLAW — The Gerlow Christian Church has new officers for the general board. They are as follows: Chairman, Richard Edwards; vice chairman, Paul Ryner secretary-treasurer, Lloyd Winbigler; new officers of the Sunday school are: superintendent, Harlan Terpening; assistant .superintendent, Marvin Carson; secretary-treasurer, Mildred Ryner; assistant secretary-treasurer, Grace Killip; literature secretary, Bobbie Meadows; . pianist, Fran Roehrs, and assistant pianist, Ruth Sheppard. Sunday school is at Q a.m. Church service at 10 a.m. Gerlaw Briefs Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Terpening and Sandra, of Gerlaw, Miss Jody Terpening of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah, Sherri and Shelli of Fall Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Esters of Biggsville, held a cookout at Lake Warren. Donny McKay celebrated his ninth birthday last Thursday by inviting Ricky Winbigler, Bobbie Boock, Dick and Steve Hardesty, Brent Armstrong and Mike Edwards in to play. His mother, Mrs. Delmar McKay, .served the boys lunch, complete with a decorated birthday cake. Donny received several gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hennefenet attended the wedding of her.cous­ in, Roger Louver at Carthage, July 19. Calling on Mr. and Mrs. John Howes of Monmouth Sunday were Mr. an- 1 Mrs. Hobart Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery and Dennis had as visitors Monday, Change Date of Killey Unit to Tuesday Afternoon MONMOUTH-The Jennie Killey unit of the Warren County Homemakers Extension Associa« tion will be the only unit meeting next week. The group will entertain the 4-H Club members and their mothers at the Fairview Center Church at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, a change in date. Set Dallas City Dance DALLAS CITY—The Mississippi Mixers Square Dance Club will hold a dance tonight with Jack Livingston of Indianapolis, Ind., as caller. Weather permitting, the dance will be held on the street, otherwise it will be in the Legion Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCrery, Jim and Jane, of Viola. -1 IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS SUN. - MON. - TUES. SALE HOW MUCH DO YOU PAY FOR ORAL INSULIN? CHECK OUR PRICE AND SAVE l/ 3 to '/a Set Belmont Party BELMONT - Mrs. Paul Fredrickson will have an open house and personal shower for Mrs. Dan .Miller and children of Colorado at the Fredrickson home Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Miller is the former MLss Dorothy Melton and all friends and relatives of Dorothy were invited to attend. Mandarin ORANGES S 19c RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BOMB Reg. 1.49 99c FRAMED PICTURES MONA LISA — BLUE BOY WHISTLER'S MOTHER Reg. 2.98 99c MENNEN Spray Deodorant 59c Reg. 1.00 BACK-TO-SCHOOL Galesburg High Lettered Sweat Shirts Sell for 4 Short or Reg. 3,98 1 cOO Sleeves Fresh Pak COOKIES 11 Va-oz. »x 29c 150 Count 9" PAPER PLATES » 89c S.T.P. ADDITIVE 67c CAR MATS Front 3.98 Rear 2.62 A.C. SPARK PLUGS NEW 53c VISTA WAX 99c SUNDAY ONLY COUPONS Meets Olympic Team j l]RA\D FORKS. N. D. 'UPD j —The University of North Dako: ta hockey team, which edged ' Denver 5-4 for the NCAA cham- i pionship in March, will play the : U.S. Olympic team as part of its ;23-game 19(53-64 schedule. The Sioux, members of the Western Hockey Association, will play 14 league contests. COUPON HUNT'S II II I PEACHES 11 ! 5- !! COUPON REG. 10c PACK 99c COUPON "| f COUPON [ Butternut, . i II II PACK I COFFEE 1 j TOMATO J, Enve| , li JUICE 11 Count I !|2-34c !l 3 e ' -Lb. Cannister 1.57 HEAD ltL£ WAN'i ADS! j Sunday, July 28 Only ^ ^ Sunday, July 28 Only 1 I Sunday, July 2* Only M Sunday, July 31 Only j

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