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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 24

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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24 Gq.tesbu.rg. ,R6gjstcr ;AAq,ll r .•GolfSburfl, III. Thursday, Aug. 8, 1963 Council Airs Water Rates At Oneida ONEIDA—The regular meeting of the Oneida City Council was held in the City Hall Monday August 5. Bills were allowed and the treasurer's report was approved. There was considerable discussion concerning the water and sewer rates that will be effective on the next bills received by Oneida residents. For premises receiving water service only the rate will be $3.50 for the 3,000 will be $4.75 for the first 3,000 gal Ion for the next 2,000; .46 per 1000 for the next 5,000 and .35 per ' 1000 for all over 1,000 gallons. Upon completion of the sewer system, rates for premises using both water and sewer service will be $4.75 for the first 3,00 gallons or less; .77 per 1000 for the next 2,000; .62 per 1000 for the next 5,000 and .48 per 1000 for all over 10,000 gallons. For water users outside the city limits 25 per cent will be added to the above rates. For persons hauling water from the pump station, the rate will be .25 for 150 gallons. Receive Funds The funds from the sale of obligation and revenue bonds to be used for the construction of the sewer system were received at the meeting. A resolution that the city treasurer be authorized to purchase short-term government bonds in amounts according to anticipated expenditures was passed. Construction on the south lagoon is Hearing completion and work has begun on the north lagoon. Construction of the collection system is scheduled to begin this week. It was also announced that Allan Mason of Galva has been hired as resident engineer. TIZZY By Kate Osann When you make up orange-flavored gelatin dessert, you may substitute orange juice for part of the water called for. One cup of boiling water (for dissolving the gelatin) and one cup of cold orange juice is a good proportion for a three-ounce package. SPECIAL "I've decided to widen my interests. I'm going to join a couple more fan clubs!" Slim-Easy'Smart Bath Scale •w 3-" Lew safe platform type. • Accurate. • 4.99 Toilet Seat 3.66 Guaranteed to stay and not to peel. rbite 2.98 Cocoa Mats 2 .66 Tightly boo ad. American made. Really clean. 1.45 Robber Mat 1" Robber lioic door mat tost folds. f MAIN ST. 343-5213 GAIESBURG, III. NOTE: Sand pattern order* direct to New York. Watch addreaa below. Orders wlU NOT be accepted at Galesburg newipaper office. Knit a shift to wear everywhere for Fall, all year! Smart with or without belt. Slimming cable panels! Pattern stitch tightly knitted—won't sag. Use Germantown nylon or knitting worst " -- . 36-38. iyio] worsted. Pattern 951; sizes 32-34; Thirty-five cents In corns tor this pattern—add 15 cents for each pat tern for first-class special handling. mailing and Send to Laura Wheeler,, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 74. Needlecraft Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station, New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKED accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. N. Henderson Home Greets Meal Guests NORTH HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Higgins entertained guests for a potluck dinner Sunday honoring their nieces, Mrs. Curtis Todd of Philadelphia, Pa., and Miss Marilyn Mead of LaGrange. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Collins and daughters of Table Grove, Mr. and Mrs. David Edwards of Gerlaw, Mrs. Wendell Anderson and family of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead of Alexis. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Walter Claeys and family of Neponset. Supper guests were Mrs. Tom Sherwood and Tom Jr. of Dodge City, Kan., Mi", and Mrs. David Edwards and family of Gerlaw and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Collins and family of Table Grove. Clarence Higgins Sunday took Mrs. Todd and Miss Mead to see their grandfather and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gay Mead at Rock Island. North Henderson Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tyrrell spent the July 28 weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tyrrell and family and also drove to Chicago and attended a ball game. Robert Johnson and sons Ricky and Tommy, Jim Tyrrell, Joe McCaw, Gale Devlin and son Joe, were in Chicago the past week. Johnson had cattle trucked to Chicago. They all attended the Cub ball game while ticre. S .Dakotans Welcomed at Yates City YATES CITY—Mr. and Mrs. Omer Fairberg and Harvey of Letcher, S.D., spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ramp and daughters Kristie and Rita. The Ramp home was the scene of a picnic of pheasant hunters, who each season are guests of the Fairberg family in South Dakota. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thurman and John, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ramp and Jeff, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Kennelly and the Fair- bergs. Yates City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bliss had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith of Rantoul, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, Julie, Jerry and Betsy, of Barstow, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dalton of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Blaser, Aletha Sue and Sidney, of Taylor Ridge, who also spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nolan, Ricky and Becky of Peoria. Janice Trowbridge returned home Tuesday after spending a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boswell in Peoria. The Boswells spent Sunday in the Trowbridge home. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rule, Jane Ann. of Hannibal, Mo., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thurman and sons. Mrs. Lela Webber had as her Sunday dinner guests, Mrs. Charlotte Bingaman, Miss Joyce Webber and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Webber, of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker and son Kevin Dean and Jim Ellsworth of Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. James Woodward and family of West Chicago spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Booth Sunday were dinner guests of their son Richard and family in Yates City. They all motored to Pekin in the afternoon to call on the mother and grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Booth, a patient in the Pekin hospital. Mrs. Rodney Blodgett, Randy, Mike, Jeff, Kalhy and Lora, of Yates City, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Don Brennan of Farmington spent a day with relatives in Geneseo. Berl Maxwell and son James, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Smith and daughter and Ray Maxwell spent Sunday with the Roy Maxwell family in Altona. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Terill of That's the price of a new Hammond Organ at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. 564 N. Henderson St. News Notes of Smithshire SMITHSHIRE—Harry Davis of Smithshire and son Bill of Dallas City left Friday on a fishing trip to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Huff and Mrs. Pearl Martin of Hamilton, Mrs. Audrey Edwards of Carthage were callers in the B. S. Davison home Sunday afternoon. Johnnie and Jimmy Cassfdy and Glen McCollum went to Chicago Saturday to spent a few days sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hamrock and children • Mark and Andrea left for their home in Pittsburgh, Pa., Saturday after spending the past two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis. Mrs. Harold Hilten and Mrs. Peoria were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lomelino and Dale of Peoria spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Copple and son Jeff. Roger Hilten and son Todd were business callers at Normal Saturday. Roger will enter school there this fall. v Breakfast Is Friday Smithshire Unit of Homemakers Extension Association will meet with Mrs. Leland Ray Friday for breakfast at 9 a.m. Rolls and drink will be furnished. Mrs. B. S. Davison returned home Thursday from Burlington Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson, Vickie and Steve, returned home Friday night after spending a couple of days in Chicago. They visited the zoo, airport and several other places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Estes of Silvis spent Sunday at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Estes. Ed Roberts of Schenectady, N. Y., held the high average in one league for 21 years between 1936 and 1961. Arizonan Visits at Sahnghai SHANGHAI - Mr. and Mrs. Ron Boyer and Mrs. Boyer Sr. of Phoenix, Aria, visited Mrs. Ron Boyer's aunt Miss Alvis Martinson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson attended the Melleny reunion at Monmouth park Sunday. Relatives were present from Sterling, Galesburg, Springfield and locally. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Swank of near Downing, Mo., spend Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Foster and baby and Mrs. Aurora Clarke and family moved last week into the Alvin Price tenant house near the Grange Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt and sons spent the weekend at the Dells in Wisconsin and sightseeing in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Murray and daughter! of Macomb spent the weekend in her parents' home and visited her father, Martin Johnson, a patient in Mercer County Hospital, who is improving slowly, Lee Albright has gone to Clarence, Mo. to spend some time with his relatives. Miss Diane Gilmore and cousin of Rurgess and Miss Nancy Stringer of Aledo spent the weekend with Ralph Gilmore Jr. at Norfolk, Va. He recently returned from duty in Cuba and left Tuesday for overseas service in France. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swank and son attended the Swank reunion at Lake Storey Sunday. Slit open a vanilla bean before adding it to sugar. The vanilla- flavored sugar may be used in cake and cookie making and the vanilla extract called for may then be omitted. 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