Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 7, 1973 · Page 23
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 23

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, May 7, 1973
Page 23
Start Free Trial

HOSPITAL NOTES Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Monday, May 7, 19 %3 23 Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Marvin L. Gfabowski, Galesburg Route f Mkhad L. Dutfn, 247 Lombard St. v Mrs. Martha Rode, Avon Ridwrd A, Hewy, Victoria DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Roger L. Helms Jr., 1595 Rateman St. Robfoin L. Townes, Monmouth Mrs. Nina E. Simpson, 176 Blaine Ave. Mis. Nellie Cronkhite, 77 E. North St. Mrs. Vicky S. Gilliland, Monmouth Brad A, Stebor, 2046 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Lela M. Stambaugh, Gilson Mrs. Joann Tyler, 607 Mon mouth Blvd. Shawna S. Norville, 469 Burgland Ave. Earl J. Ericson, Victoria Robert L. Morris, Abingdon Mrs. Hester Davis, 551 Mathews St. Mrs. Luella M. Hendricks, Moon Towers Beverly A. Osborne, 159 N. Pearl St. Donna D. Carlson, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Ruby Campbell, Moon Towers Harry A. Lambert, Galva Mrs. Janet K. Hill, 433 W. South St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Virgil F. Peterson, Altona Mrs. Winnie L. Trigg, Woodhull Earl Cooley, Knoxville Robert F. Grahn, Altona Mrs. Blanche W. Scota, 835 Wis consin Ave. Mrs.- Leslie K. Armentrout, Keithsburg Lewis K. Shores, Avon Mrs. Mary.L. Johnson, Maquon Harry V. Smith, Knoxville George C. Brown, Woodhull Mrs. Janice M. Stambaugh, Abingdon James F. Smith, 745 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Lena M. Faulkner, 1357 E. North St. Loren R. Stracker, Ipava Ellis 0. Kirby, Prairie City Mrs. Sheryi K. Hawk, Avon KeLth J. Litton, Woodhull Delores A. Pope, Monmouth Mrs. Jane C. Yelm, Williamsfield Mrs. Mildred I. DeFord, 1145 Frank St. . DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Mrs. Ruth A. Cole, 583 E. Brooks St. Michael L. Shafer, Maquon Rhonda E. Wallace, 505 Iowa qt. Mrs. Linda J. Elmore, Gales­ burg Route 3 Mrs. Virginia L. Rozmiarek, 1008 N. Cherry St. Larry L. Chase, Abingdon Mrs. Sandra Y. Ponce, 795 E. Brooks St. Walter C. Kieft, Galva Mrs. Karen K. Benge, 1138 W. Main St. Mrs. Eleanor V. Libby, Toulon Mrs. Jane E. Ladendorf, 219 N. Henderson St. Kurtis D. Emken, Maquon Kevin D. Boyhton, 990 Pine St. Mrs. Bobbie J. Zimmerman, 127 E. North St. Mrs. Ethel S. Badour, Galesburg Route 1 Mrs. Marian D. Lofgren, Monmouth Mrs. Claudia M. Lundquist, 1416 E. Main St. Bradley L. Leggett, Kewanee Mrs. Martha A. Ranfield, 490 S. Soangetaha Rd. Jay M. Reed, Fairview Mrs. Ennalou J. Wheeler, La- Harpe St. Mary'§ ADMISSIONS SATURDAY: Phillip Allen, 498 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Donna M. Boone, Abingdon Maurice Carlson, 1160 Bateman St. Mrs. Marian F. Jones, 1085 E. North St. Mrs. Helen T. Larson, 738 Bernard St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY: Mrs. Margaret Curtis, Galesburg Route 2 Stanley Bruce Day, Monmouth Mrs. Janet Vilardo, 888 W. North St. Mrs. Irene F. Sloan, 567 E. Brooks St. Mark D. Johnson, Altona Mrs. Gladys Seibert, 1550 E. North St. Mrs. Ann M. Benson, Cameron Miss Diane C. Hare, 787 Phillips St. Mrs. Beulah A. Jacobs, West Lake Storey Trailer Court James E. Eiley, Cambridge ADMISSIONS SUNDAY: Mrs. Delores Baker, 264' Walnut Ave. Mrs. Sandra Kay Boyer, Abingdon Mrs. Laura H. Carroll, 56 E. Grove St. Oscar Cartee, Moon Towers Joseph W. Chukes, 780 Holton St. Mrs. Franklin S. Colwell, 705 Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Ethel I. Corum, Knoxville Forest D. Dickerson, St. Augustine George A. Kirgan, Maquon Joseph A. Lopez, 849 Holton St, Mrs. Catherine Luetkehans, 900 W. Dayton St. Oscar O. Paul, 1524 Florence Ave. Marshall Pierson, 1379 S. Henderson St. Miss Sheila S. Riggs, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Sylvia A. Sayrs, Knoxville Miss, Jan Sorensen, Knox College DISMISSALS SUNDAY: Roger Quinn, Abingdon Robert M. Andrews, Abingdon Mrs< Darlene M. Rice, St. Augustine Mrs. Felicity Droke, East Galesburg Mrs. Kathleen L. Whitsitt, Knoxville Mrs. Donna M. Boone, Abingdon Miss Connie S. Powell, Knoxville Athletic Banquet For Handicapped Set Next Month Winners of the President's Award for Physical Fitness for competition in the April 26 track meet for handicapped persons, will be announced at a Knox County Council for Mentally Retarded, Inc., athletic banquet on the first Tuesday of June. Basketball trophies will also be distributed at the banquet to members of the basketball team for the handicapped. The President's Award will be given on the basis of performance at the meet, which hosted a total of 32 handicapped men, women and children I from three institutions for the handicapped. The meet was held at Galesburg High School. Participants represented the Sunnyside School and Training Center of Galesburg, Mrs. Suzanne. Woodside, coach; Warren Achievement School of Monmouth, Hiram Brownell, coach;] and Galesburg State Research Hospital, Ned Hippensteel, I coach. The events included the 300- yard run; 50-yard dash; sit-up; shuttle-run; Softball throw; standing long jump, and flexed arm hang. Several of those competing wil,l be participating in the Special Olympics for the Handicapped on May 18 in Chicago. Tormenting Rectal Itch Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues Promptly Relieved In many cases Preparation H gives prompt, temporary relief from such pain and itching and actually helps shrink swelling of hemorrhoidal tissues caused by inflammation. Tests by doctors on hun­ dreds of patients showed this to be true in many cases. In fact, many doctors, themselves, use Preparation H® or recommend it for their families. Preparation H ointment or suppositories. Street Tigers LUTON, England (UPI) Residents of a quiet residential street awoke Sunday to the unusual noise of tiger roars. They called police, who discovered seven tigers pacing their cage on the back of a truck parked in the street during the night. A circus spokesman explained that the truck broke down and its driver left it and the tigers to get a mechanic. READ THE WANT ADS! DRY CLEANING •) IT II Id 1 fl OFFER GOOD TUB., MAY 8 THRU SAT., MAY 12 GARMENTS Sorry ... No Formats or Suedes Pleats Extra NO LIMIT — CASH & CARRY Beautifully Cleaned The CLEANERS DRIVE-IN SERVICE 262 N. Prairie St. SUPER VALU Knoxville, Illinois WHOLE FRYERS S X ' 30 QUART (without handle) * ICE CHEST „ each Galvanized 20 gal. [ Garbage Cans. Jl" F ,ly I'.,i U Family Pack Fryers *.51* r Cut Up Fryers. ,53* Pork Chops M,! PM.IO Franks (mod V.ilun Mil P'l Vac Pak Bacon f.inwn Rr.mH Sliced Bologna 89* 79* 89* ,89' FRYER PARTS (.nmnxHiorp PrR Conker! F'prr.h f-nrl Breaded Fillets , lb START YOUR TOTAL KITCHEN COLLECTION BAKE & SERVE WARE AND MATCHING GLASSWARE from FEDERAL 2nd Week-May 7 thru May 13 MIXING BOWL 55 » Buy * Anytime for gy 16 ounce COOLER WITH EACH $3.00 PURCHASE VH* Anytimo for 39* VISIT RON'S PORTABLE MULTI. COLORED GARDEN CENTER For All Your Vegetable & Bedding Plant NORTHERN White or Assorted Color Bathroom Tissue VALUABLE COUPON ; Hellmann's Salad Drating 015S 4-Roll Pkg. SpinBlend^ 49* I WITH THIS COUPON = ; Limit 1 coupon par family. ^ 1 Good only at Ron 'i Super c Value. Offer expiree Satur- | day, May 12. This Week's Specials Are: YOUR CHOICE VEGETABLE PLANTS 3 V.r M 501 YOUR CHOICE PETUNIAS OR MARIGOLDS 3 T W Detergent • 25'off Label Chew.. _2? Liquid — 13c Off Label JOY Detergent 39* 22-Oz. Bottle VALUABLE COUPON I Wesson Oil 1 49 Jg WViri TttIS COUPON Limit 1 coupon per family. Good only at Ron 'i Super , Value. Offer expirei Salur- (S day. May 12. BUY THIS WEEK *"» SAVE! •I TASTY TREAT FROZEN WAFFLES 2 59c GOLDEN RIPE CWQUITA Peppers or Cukes 2' 25* C/A Crisp Michigan Jonathan Apples 3^ 59 REGISTER FOR THIS WEEKS BANKROLL OF $400 00 You need not be present to win — we have a customer draw a name out of the barrel at 4 p.m. every Saturday — That person has 'til 10 a.m. Monday to show that their card lias been punched. So far on Bankroll we have given away $3,300.00. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY KRAFT REGULAR PARKAY MARGARINE Pkgs. £ Ballard Ovenready or Buttermilk Kraft Half Moon Colby Longhorn Cheese sl r 79* Kraft Twin Pack Sliced American Cheese 1 ib. 99* FROZEN FOODS "AROUND THE CLOCK" f[AV (.i d'llt Abi I KAVUSi ICE CREAM 59< VALUABLE COUPON SFolger'* All Grinds 01 ICoffee....^l5*ll PRICE WITH THIS COUPON Limit 1 coupon per family. Good only at Ron'i Super Value. Offer expires Satur day. May 12. fLAV O RlU WO/EN While oi^Cuik LEMONADE 10* FLAV o kin ttiu/tN • Chicken Lii .Mijjtuty DINNERS VVfiife Omy I9< ELF Sweet Peas 6 16-Oz. $| Cans I Flav u i tie I" icue Strawberries Fiuzuu Toppiiiy Real Whip Pitcher PiiUe (Mon Uuiiy hczcn Coffee Creamer 19' ^ Now Open 7 Days A Week - Sundays 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. } ft

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 7,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free