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6 Golesburq ReQister-Mait, Galisbura, III, Saturday, Aug, 10, 1963 DESIGN RIFLE RANGE AT NEW WINDSOR Two riflemen appear at the new l.WO-yard rifle range near New Windsor. It is only the second of this distance in Illinois. Built by the Rivoli Ride and Pistol Club, the high-power rifle range will see its first match Sunday, beginning at 8 a.m. On the firing mound are Ben Ratekin Jr. (left), of New Windsor, club secretary, and Mel Sims of Viola. (Galesburg Register-Mail Photo by Phil Turney.) Roseville Building Permits Approved at Board Meet ROSEVILLE—The Roseville Village Board met in regular session Monday,-with Mayor Pat Bagley presiding. In the absence of the clerk, Wilbur Meadows, this position was filled by Charles Quigley. Others in attendance were Genevieve Romine, treasurer, John Carlberg, Bill Jenkins, Dale Lybar ger, Paul Perrine, R. E. Swan- sori and Norman Watson. Attorney Channing Pratt met with the board for the purpose of considering Board Ordinance No. 454. This ordinance levies taxes for village operational expenses for the year May 1, 1963, through April 30, 1964. Building permits were approved as follows: Lawrence Turley, remodeling; Harvey Birdsell, store improvements; Heights Ready-Mix of Burlington, a portable unit to be erected across from the Farmers* Grain Co. plant. The city's new well is now completed and in operation. Also reported was the completed repairs on local arterial streets by the Miller Construction Co. Later more work is to be done on non-arterial streets on contracted work on private properties. The board expressed appreciation to local motorists for their | ra JJ v fine cooperation displayed in the effort to reduce traffic hazards in the business area by eliminating double parking. Earn Diplomas Diplomas were presented, this week to children who had 15 or more books in the "Big Top Circus" Reading Club, sponsored by the Warren County Public Library during the period of June 10 to Aug. 3. Some 442 children registered in the project and 157 earned diplomas. After reading a book each child gave an oral "report to t he librarian. Two Roseville boys hold the honors of having read the, most books. Mike.Cas- teel read 126 books and John Casteel read 80 books for second place. Roseville Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Donald Leighty, and Ray,- Larry Leighty and Donna Hardin attended the 44th reunion of the • Leighty family Sunday at Glenwood Park . in Macomb. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Masterson and daughter Susan of Mount Sterling visited relatives here and attended the Warren County Fair. • Mrs. Lee Hobbs of Wichita, Kan., is here to be with her sister, Mrs. Frank Pratt, who is convalescing from surgery The Baptist Fellowship Guild met in the home of Mary and Marjorie Russell Thursday. The programs for the year ahead were assigned to various mem- Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 426-2671 MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Admitted Thursday, Miss Barbara Mohr, Alexis. Born Friday, boy to Mr. and Mrs. John Bush, Monmouth. Admitted Friday, Mrs. Olive Laiighead, Mrs. Hattie Mason and Mrs. Lawrence Holliday, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday, Mrs. Bertha Watson, Wilfred Hilsenhoff and Glenn Algren, Monmouth. MONMOUTH MMMWUVjliffM] Ml ft. ft II, CdfWtpwtiMit Mi«A« 9M*(tlt tot lf«w« FOR MISSED COPIES PMONfi 734-4121 Before 6:30 Lutherans to Seek Friendly Contact With Other Sects HELSINKI, Finland (AP) — The fourth general assembly of the Lutheran World Federation today approved creation of a group to further friendly relations with other churches, especially the Roman Catholic Church. The move was called one of the most important decisions made in the closing bers of the group. Plans were also completed for the initiation service at the Baptist Church Aug. 23 at 7:30 p.m. with the Raritan Guild officiating. A letter of appreciation was read from the Galesburg State Research Hospital thanking the guild for the tray favors which were recently contributed. The Baptist Youth Fellowship will attend a rally Sunday at the Rosetta Baptist Church. Three members of the Roseville youth, LaJune Lewis and Bonnie Huston and Bill Huchins, will present a musical number at the The Methodist and Baptist Reunion Set At Gladstone GLADSTONE — The Lewis family reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 11 in the VFW Post Home. Mi', and Mrs. John Law and two sons, Kenneth and Steve have returned from a week's vacation in the South. They visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bellman at Wilmore, Ky. en route. congregations will worship together again Sunday in the Methodist Church, with Robert E. Larson, Baptist pastor, conducting the service. Henderson County ARC Chapter Elects Officers work session. Under the recommendation approved by the assembly, a special Lutheran foundation on intercon- fessional research will be established—probably in Strasbourg, France—to further what the resolution called the ecumenical dialogue with non-Lutheran churches, but especially with the Roman Catholic Church. The Roman Catholic Church held its own ecumencial council last fall at the Vatican and plans to resume it this fall. Ecumenical means worldwide, with subsidiary meanings of liberty and tolerance. To Be Independent The new Lutheran commission, which would continue work started several years ago by a study commission with the same purpose, will be independent in its work but closely related to the Lutheran World Federation. Moves to close the gap between Catholic and Lutheran churches has been a prominent feature of the 12-day assembly here, marked by the invited participation of two official Vatican envoys. They have declared here that the Vatican recognizes the Lutheran church as a brother church, although not on the same level as their own. Outgoing President Franklin Fry of New York led the proceedings of the assembly today. The assembly approved a recommendation by its section oh theology calling on Lutheran churches not in altar and pulpit fellowship with other member OQUAWKA — The annual meet- ( ing of the Henderson County Chapter, American National Red Cross, was held at Swanee's Place, north edge of Oquawka, with 36 persons attending the fish fry and session Aug. 6. Included in the number present were, the chairman of Knox County Chapter, Mrs. Rivers Sullivan, also head of the blood program, and six others of the staff. Reports of the various services by chairmen of each service gave a picture of the chapter as being very active, the outstanding one being the new service, the blood program, which will more than double the services. More than twice as many people will be participating as volunteers and donors. Even one carload from the Knox County Blood Center was late for the fish fry because workers delivered blood to Burlington for a Henderson County citizen. Officials said this new service also makes almost twice as much money being used locally by the Red Cross for Henderson County citizens, as was used before the county entered this program. Need Workers There is a need for teen-age, high school girls to help in the program as volunteer aides. Since directors can serve only two consecutive terms and then must be off the board for at least one year, members voted a year's vacation, three years from now for the following: Violette Dobbins, Stronghurst; C. E. Cisna, Gladstone; Charles Allaman, Rozetta; Thomas O'Leary, Rozetta, and Paul Russell, Bald Bluff. They were voted and elected for another 3-year term as directors on the board of Henderson County Chapter. Officers elected were O. C. Effland, chairman; E. C. Fort Jr., vice chairman; Leland Campbell, treasurer, and Shirley Slover, secretary, all for 1-year terms. Named as chairmen of the various services were Medical adviser, Dr. E. T. Swann; home service, A. E. Gittings, with Beulah Braun as secretary; blood program, Mrs. J. P. Stoneking with co-chairmen, Mrs, H. D. Wilcox, Ruth Steffey and Janis Fisher; disaster, Roy Hoskins; nursing, Thomas O'Leary; first aid, O. C. Effland; executive secretary, Mrs. Beulah Braun, and fund chairman, Thomas O'Leary. F MON. - TUES. - WED. SUITS DRESSES ANY TOPCOATS SUITS AND TWO PIECE DRESSES COUNT AS ONE SWEEPSTAKES WORTH *50.00 Qalesburg One Hour Dry Cleaners churches of the federation to jus tify their position. A substitute motion, introduced by Dr. Fredrick A. Schiotz, president of the American Lutheran Church, was defeated. It proposed to request member churches not in altar and pulpit fellowship "to give serious consideration to entering into discussions that might remove the barriers to fellowship." Other Agreements The delegates also agreed to: —Create regional secretariats and a new post of assistant general secretary. —Revise the federation's commissions. —Hold assemblies every six instead of five years. —Strengthen material and spiritual activities of Lutheran churches in Latin America. —Set up an exchange program among younger African, Asian and Latin American churches. Other resolutions declared that the federation is not a "super- church" but a free association of churches, and expressed concern over the refusal of church and altar fellowship among some member churches. Delegates elect officers at the conclusion of the working session and the 12-day conclave ends Sunday with a festival in Olympic Stadium. MARRIAGE LICENSES MONMOUTH — Two marriage licenses were issued Friday to John William Lenz of Kirkwood and Leona M. Earp of Little York and to James Marion Pratt and Alberta Jane Cox of Kirk wood. Kirkwood and Little York Couples Return from East Trash Pickup Scheduled At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD - There will be no trash pickup in Kirkwood until the work on the streets has been completed, and then the trash pickup will be resumed as usual which will be first and third Mondays on the north side of the railroad tracks and the first and third Tuesdays on the south side of the tracks. Kirkwood Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry and three children, Bobby Joe, Kent and Michael of Qalesburg, have m6ved into the Oscar Todd property. Henry will teach mathematics in the Yorkwood Junior High School and Mrs. Henry will teach English in the junior high school. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Todd and family visited Tuesday With Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McMillan and amily at Silvis. Kim, who had visited with the McMillans since Aug. 3, returned home with her parents. Mrs. Lydia Cline of Burlington, spent Wednesday in the W. R. Millar home. The Brownie Scout Troop will meet Aug. 14 at Monmouth Park. Mothers were invited and everyone attending was asked to take a sack lunch. Drink will be furnished. The group will meet at the church at 11 a.m. and anyone wishing a ride should be there at that time. At this time, Mrs. Gene Larson will be resigning rom the troop as leader and Mrs. Ronald Ortery will take her place. Mrs. Robert Scott will be assistant leader. Miss Barbara Wayland returned home Wednesday after visiting since Saturday with her grandmother, Mrs. Maude Wayland in Monmouth. Mrs. J. R. Hastings recently accompanied her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hastings and family of Aledo, to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where they visited her grandson, Jim Hastings, who is a summer school student at Coe College. Mrs. W. R. Millar and Mrs. Merwin Smith were Burlington visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bellomy of Quincy; Harry • McConnell of Little York; Paul Mahr of Kirkwood and Cynthia Mann of Austin, Tex., were recent dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strand and daughter Roberta. KIRKWOOD-Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Johnson of Kirkwood and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Galusha of Little York have returned from a 15-day trip which took them into the Eastern states and into Canada. They visited Mrs. Naomi Pauly, a former Kirkwood resident, in New York, and Mr. Crouch, who formerly taught in the Kirkwood school system. Places of interest visited by the Galushas and Johnsons included St. Andrews by the Sea, and Fort Huron, and they also spent two days each in Quebec and Ottawa, Canada. Kirkwood Briefs Mike Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Payne, who has been quite ill and has been in isolation at Monmouth Hospital, is reported to be improving and may soon be able to return home. Miss Sandra Smith has returned to her work at the Second National Bank in Monmouth after a vacation trip to Florida. She visited in Hialeah, Miami and Fort Lauderdale. The 8-week swimming program at the YMCA, with 60 youngsters participating, ended Wednesday. Yorkwood District school bus was used for transportation. Dirk Lefler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lefler is vacationing in Canton at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Morgan. Kirkwood Assembly, No. 94, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. Henry Wade, who has been very ill three weeks, is now improving. Frank Meadows is improving from a recent illness 331 I. MAIN 343*8608 Kirkivood Club Attends Party At Monmouth KIRKWOOD-Thirteen children frpm Kirkwood attended the party at the Monmouth Library Thursday for completing the reading and reporting of at least 15 books in the Vacation Reading Club. Those who went were Steven and Ricky Flatt, Marlene and Elaine Lefler, David and Edah Lee Vice, Renee Faudree, Gary Strong, Beverly Galbreath, Jane Paris, Deborah Lovell, Eddy Williams and Steven Lodwick. Linda and Patty Tinkham, and Kim Todd were eligible but unable to attend. A total of 364 books was read in the 9 - week period by these 16 young people. Edah Lee Vice was third highest in the county, having read 56 books. Transportation was furnished by Mrs. Jack Flatt, Mrs. James Paris and Mrs. Paul Vice. 11th Birthday Noted at Supper KIRKWOOD - The following were present at a picnic supper at Young's Lake Wednesday: Mr and Mrs. Russell Strong and Gary, Jim Gunter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vice, Mary Sue, David and Edah Lee, and Miss Pauline Newman, of Kirkwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ambler and Paul Chapin of Monmouth. The occasion honored Gary Strong, who celebrated his 11th birthday. After supper, the group went to the Vice home where the Strongs showed slides of their trip to the West this summer. Recovering From Injuries in Wreck KIRKWOOD - Bonnie, Debra and Larry Wright of Gerlaw, who were injured Aug. 1 when the pickup truck in which they were riding went into a ditch, came out and then overturned, are im proving from their injuries. The two girls remained in Mon mouth Hospital overnight and Larry remained longer because of a broken shoulder. He was dis missed from the hospital Aug. i and is reported to be recovering satisfactorily. James Wright of Kirkwood is an uncle of the chrl dren. Little York Church To Resume Services LITTLE YORK-Church services are being resumed Sunday at the Methodist Church after having a vacation Aug. 4 while the pastor was on vacation. Final plans are being made for the retreat which the loca" IYF and MYF are having the middle of August. Intruder Flees After Smashing Store Window MONMOUTH - Wayne Scott, manager of the Seig Co., 223 S. A St., reported to police Friday at 10:45 p.m. he was sitting in the office of the store when he heard glass in the rear window of the building being broken. Scott's presence apparently frightened the intruder, as no one could be located on the premises. Ed Conard Jr. of 614 N. E St., reported to police Friday afternoon that someone had taken a piggy bank containing $31.50 in change from his home. Vie for Honors In Senior LL Tournament CHICAGO (AP)—Dayton, Ohio, and Grand View, Ind., meet today for the North Regional Senior Little League Baseball Championship. Dayton advanced to the finals with a 7-1 victory over Calumet Park, 111., Friday after the Indiana team had squeezed by Des Moines, Iowa, 2-1. Southpaw Bob Granson limited Calumet Park to six hits and struck out 10, getting .all the support he needed from teammate Dale Sears who hit a three-run homer in the fifth inning. DEAN HILL 174 N. Academy Phone 343-1338 i .... Iji II I 1I IH TEST MILKING MACHINES—University of Illinois dairy scientist Leo Fryman demonstrates a milker .analyzer developed at the U. of I. to check milking machine vacuum lines and pulsators. Fryman says any dairyman can make the device with a vacuum gauge, a water pipe tee, an air-tight valve and a piece of rubber air hose. Instructions for making and using the milker analyzer are outlined In the new U. of I. leaflet, "How to Make and Use an Inexpensive Device to Check Milking Machines." Interested dairymen can get a free copy of the leaflet from their farm adviser or by writing to the U. of I. Department of Dairy Science in Urbana. P «31033 STATE FARM Life Insurance Company *>•• Officii liKolnitM, UUwis Holly Mims, Griffith in Non-Title Go SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y., (UPI) — Welterweight champion Emile Griffith risks prestige but not title tonight here in a nationally televised fight with middleweight contender Holly Mims at Convention Hall. Their non-title 10-rounder is a highlight of the Saratoga thoroughbred racing centennial celebration and will be sent on television by ABC at 10 p.m. (EDT). A crowd of 5,000 and gate of $25,000 are expected for Griffith's first ring appearance since his unprecedented third capture of the 147-pound crown from Luis Rodriguez at Madison ' Square Garden, June 8. Because of his youth, speed and punch, 25-year-old Griffith of New York is favored at 4-1 over his heavier 34-year-old opponent from Washington, D.C. Nevertheless, Mims — the World Boxing Association's eighth ranking middleweight (160-pound) contender — has the cunning and durability to cause Griffith a very uncomfortable evening. Middleweight contender Rubin (Hurricane) Carter of Paterson, N.J., can attest to that; for, on Dec. 22 at Madison Square Garden, Mims accepted a fight with Carter on six hours notice and then not only gave Hurricane a terrific fight but had him on the floor in the fourth round. Carter managed to win the de cision that night but he lost an ocean of prestige. Deputy Picks Up Man Wanted In Monmouth MONMOUTH — Robert Stevens, Warren County deputy sheriff, went \ to Pueblo, Colo., Friday night to pick up C. E. Whiteman. Colorado authorities notified the sheriff's office Friday that they had the man in custody in Pueblo. He was wanted in Monmouth on a deceptive practice, fraudulent check charge. Fred Beard of Monmouth had cashed the check hr Whiteman June 22 in the amount of $255, drawn on the Jefferson County Bank at Lakewood, Colo. It turned out to be worthless. Whiteman's address, given as Denver,, had been sought by authorities since. Kirkwood Man Arrested by State Trooper MONMOUTH — Ivester L. Cox, 48, of Kirkwood, was arrested Friday at 10 p.m. by state trooper Alfred Livingston, following a 1- car accident 3% miles southwest of Monmouth on U. S. 34. Cox lost control of his car. It knocked down four guard posts on south side of the road and came to a stop in the ditch. Cox and his two passengers, Charles Powell, 41, also of Kirkwood, and James Grahan, 34, of Burlington, received only minor injuries. Cox was ticketed for traveling too fast for conditions. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Wadi Haifa, Sudan, had no rain in a 10-year record of observations. Everywhere you look there's • WHITE ROOF WHITE'S INSULATION 342-0185 WOW! WHAT BARGAINS IN Register-Mail Want Ads If you actually jump for joy over a bargain you found through the Want Ads, you won't be the first! That impossibly-low price you were hoping to find is most often found only through Want Ads. Check them now! TO PLACE ADS, CALL 342-5161

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