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MISS LINDA M. DeCRANE ABINGDON - Funeral (or Miss Linda M. DeCrane, 16, of 203 N. Swarts St., who died at St. Jude'a Hospital, Memphis, T«nn, iMt Pfiday of leukemia, was Monday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Abingdon. Officiating was ReV, Arnold Klauer, palter of the Catholic Church it Mtrtln, He was assisted by the Rev. Joseph C. O'Connor Hunt and Rev. Frances Oman. Burial was in Abingdon Cemetery. Pallbearers were Walter, Duane and David DeCranc and • Clarence, Richard and Vincent Klauer. MRS. EDWARD YOUNGBERG MAQUON ~ Funeral for Mrs. Edward (Bobbie) Youngberg. 69, of Maquon who died last Friday, was Monday at 2:30 p.m. at Corman Memorial Home, Avon. Rev. Carroll Ochsner, pastor ol Maquon United Meth odist Church, officiated. Burial was at Avon Cemetery Pallbearers were Don Taylor, Kenneth Effland, Fredrick Brown, Stuart Chatterton, A\len McCanoe and Robert Beckner. LEO H. PATTERSON Leo H. (Pat) Patterson, 66, of 739 E. South St. died Monday at 8:18 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. He had been a heavy equipment operator 37 years and retired in October 1971. He was born in Galesburg on July 29. 1900, and lived here his entire, life except for 19 years in Peoria. He fir$t married Viola Haulk. and she preceded him in death. He married Estella King on Jan. 19, 1968, in Peoria. She survives with a stepton, Howard Haulk of Peoria; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Charles Bolton; two brothers, Robert H. and Clarence R., Galesburg; three sisters, Mrs. Earl Flagg, Mrs. Harry Frakes and Mrs. Cecil Watson, all of Galesburg; five grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and eight step-great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be. Thursday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel, where friends may call Wednesday evening. Burial will be at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. BERT HENDRICKSON ABINGDON - Funeral for Bert Hendrickson, 85, of the Abingdon Nursing Home who died Sunday, was today at 1:30 p.m. at the Larsdn Funeral Home, Abingdon. Rev. James Jennings officiated. Burial was at Scott's Cemetery, Plymouth. Pallbearers were Ron Reining, Darrell, Jimmie and Lyle Hendrickson, Marshall Yeast and Max Lant Honorary pallbearers were Harry Stokes and Benny Risen hoover. VIA Fleet, both of Plymouth, and Murland and William Van Fleet, both of Galesburg. Burial was at Rosemont Cemetery, Plymouth. JAMES E, CLARK Funeral for James' E. Clark, 40, of 1048 McClure St., Who died Saturday at Cottage Hospital, was conducted at 1:30 p\m. today at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Earl and LeRoy Macklin, Burl and Earl Wayrnack, Oscar Parks and Phillip McLaughlin. ALBERT L. HANSON OQUAWKA - Funeral for Albert L. Hanson, M, Oquawka, Iwho died last Friday, was Monday at 2 p.m. at Oquawka United Methodist Church. Rev. Claire V. Noblitt, pastor, officiated. Burial was at Oquawka Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ronald Dillon, John Vorhees, Doss Henshaw Jr., Virgil Ransdell, Howard Williams and Harry Ruse; Sunday it 1 p.m. at Doctor's Hospital, Like Worth. He was bent in Kansas on June 12,1817. He ffltfrried Ethel Kyle in Peoria on Feb, % 1112. He was a charter member of the Peoria County Farm Bureiu mil a retired farmer. He lived in Farmlngton SO years. Survivors include a sister, Lillle Runyon, Galesburg, and a brother, Edward of Eknwood. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmlngton, with Rev. Johfiathan D. Drake officiating. Burial will be in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Farmington. Visitation will be Wednesday from noon until 2 p.m. MAX J. DUFVA BLUE ISLAND - Max J. Dufva, 60, Blue Island, died Sunday while on vacation at Hayward, Wis. Funeral arrangements arc pending at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Whatever the '^^^^j^^BS^Bj ^Jecaalon. mm , ±J WILL "SAY IT BUT' ANDERSON Mrs. Elizabeth O'Donnell 108 Walnut St. Services 10:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY ••.'•'«•.."' St. Augustine Catholic Church Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening where prayers will be laid at 8 o'clock. Burial in St. Augustine , Citholic Cemetery. Foley MORTUARY 1«| N, Broad St. 342-1913 EDDIE H. ANTONS Funeral for Eddie H. Ahtons, 65, of 320 Beljeview Ct. was conducted at 10 a.m. today at First United Methodist Church by Dr. Robert White, pastor, and Rev. John E. Lohan, pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church! Burial was at St. Mary's Cemetery at Gilman. Pallbearers were Gordon Hirst, Forrest Olson, DeWayne Swanson, Edward Callahan, Jerome Legg, Merle Sharick. Honorary pallbearers were William K. Richardson, Robert Black, B> E, Manworren, Arthur Rose, Dewey Bowman, Roy Hilgenberg, Charles Oakman and Charles Bednar: Mr. Anions, a school administrator 40 years, a former principal of Lombard Junior High School and a city councilman in 1957-59, died Friday at St: Mary's Hospital MRS, ROVENA PHILLIPS r PLYMOUT|l'- Funeral for Mrsl Rovena^Phnu^f 55, of Plymouth, was today at 1:30' p.m. at Plymouth Baptist Church. She died Sunday morning at Carthage Memorial Hospital. She was born Dec. 9, 1917, in Hancock County, and married George Phillips of Bowen, who survives. Other survivors are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Van Fleet, Plymouth; a son, Larry Phillips, Plymouth; a sister, Mrs. Darlene Endsley, and four brothers, Harold and Howard CARL L. GRANAT Carl L. Granat, 78, of 1337 E. North St. died Monday at 6:45 am. at St. Mary's Hospital. He had been a plumber 40 years land retired in 1960. He was born here Nov. 4, 1894. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Plumbers &^ Steamfltters Union. He was unmarried. Surviving are nieces and nephews, including L. B. Granat of Galesburg. Graveside service will be conducted Wednesday at 3 p.m. at East Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call at Hinchliff- Pecrson - West Chapel today from 7-8 p.m. City's Budget $6.7 MiXHon (Continued Front Page 2) Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesbufg, II}. Tuesdoy, Moy 15, 1973 1 T MRS. WILLIAM VETRON DALLAS CITY - Mrs. William Vetron, 88, of Dallas City died Monday at LaHarpe Hospital, The former Golda Lee Avise was born May 10, 1885, and married William Vetron on Sejt; 23, 1916, at Dallas City. Joravuig aire a daughter, VHW- letta, and a sister, Mrs. Blanche Schram, both of Dallas City. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Fiedler Funeral Home, Dallas City, with Rev. Dale Carson, pastor of First Christian Church, officiating. Eurial will be at Harris Cemetery near Dallas City. Visitation will be Tuesday evening and Wednesday before the service at the funeral home. MRS. JAY R. GRIGGS Mrs. Jay R. Griggs, 68, of 337 N. Henderson St., died today at 1:42 a.m. at Cottage Hospital. The former Marion Hall was born here March 27, 1905, and married Jay R. Griggs on July 3, 1931, at Peoria. He died in 1969. Surviving are a daughter, Virginia Mae, at home; a brother, Everett Hall, Algonquin, 111., and two sisters, Mrs. Noma Dudley and Mrs. Florencd Konechney, both of Galesburg. She was a member of Corpus Christi Church and Sincerity Lodge 6, Galesburg. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chanel. Burial will be at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be Wednesday evsnfnfT at the funeral home. vVre the Rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Learning Fair Set at Steele Steele Middle School's second annual learning fair, featuring an art show and more than 100 displays and activities, will be held Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. at the school. The theme is "Learning in Action." Students will show various materials and equipment they have used during the school year. Some activities will be set up for parental participation, school officials said. Letters- (Continued From Page 4) HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III* Mrs. Alt. Clifford Oneida Services 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY at the ONEIDA UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Friends may call at the Hendricks Funeral Home this evening. Memorials may be made to the Oneida United Presbyterian Church. Burial in the Oneida Cemetery. MRS. BOYD HENRY SEATON - Mrs. Boyd Henry, 77. of Seaton, died Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. The former Bernice Ditto was born June 2, 1895, in Henderson County and married Boyd Henry op April 21, 1921, at Keithsburg. He died in January 1972. ; She was a member of Center United Presbyterian Church and Charity Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving are a son, Boyd Jr. of Colonia, N. J.; three grand the world has been turned upside down. I know that a terrific storm broke over him — there being savage indignation in Lewistown. His misanthropic frankness shook readers up — and he was the talk of London and New York. Now the storm is over. Yet in New York actors still speak his lines on Broadway. But he shouldn't be put on the wall lik/e the family portraits he f'ushed with life and vigor. Masters, ... died puzzled because those people who spoke through his pen just wouldn't be ignored. He thought he wrote better stuff. He didn't. A great people, not Masters, really wrote these great Spoon flinchliff: lUNERAt DIIECTPRS 1070 WEST fRf MQNT STBIST rHQN£343 21Q| OAUSaUM MR, LUCIUS A. (JAKE) FLAKES - 118 W. First St. Services 10 A.M. Wednesday at HinehJiffrPearspn-West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel this evening, Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. MR. ARTHUR C. CARLEY - 804 E, Third St. Services 1:30 P.M. Wednesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chap* el. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Bur* ial at East Linwood Cemetery. '.• • MR. CARL L. GRANAT - 1337 E. North St. Graveside services 3 P.M. Wednesday at East Linwood Cemetery, Friends may call this evening from 7 to. 8 at Hinchliff - Pearson • Weat Chapel. MR- LEO H, (PAT) PATTERSON - 739 E, South St. Services 10 A.M. Thursday at Hinchliff • Pearson West Chapel. Friends may call Wednesday evening at the chapel. Burial at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. MRS MARION E. GRIGGS - 337 N. Henderson St. Services 1 30 p.M. Thursday at Hinchliff - Pearson-West ChaDei Friends may call Wednesday evening at the chapel.' Rosary will b§ recited at 8 P.M. Burial at Oak. Lawn Memorial Gardens. Bopp, Aledo, and Mrs. Edward (Neva) Dahl, Alexis, and a brother, Edward, Long Beach, Calif. Funeral will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at Center United Presbyterian Church, with Rev. Luther Cross, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at. Green- mound Cemetery, Keithsburg. Visitation will be Wednesday after 7 p.m. at the Reiser Funeral Home, Aledo, where Eastern Star services will be conducted at 7:30, and at the church Thursday from 11 a.m, until the time of the service. ------ j- - ture produces its great artists. The Military Tract and Lincoln produced Masters. —Reef Waldrep, Macomb. Legislators- (Continued from Page 3) FRED KESSLER FARMINGTON - Fred Kessler, 86, of Lake Worth, Fla., formerly of Farmlngton, died MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVIltl, ILLINOIS ligie tyasham 102 S. Rfoad St. Knoxville Funeral Services: 2 P.M. - WEDNESDAY At The FUNERAL HOME where friepds may call this evening. Interment in the Norwood Cemetery at Alexis. Max J. Dufva Blue Island, 111, Funeral arrangements pending. 700 is budgeted this year for land acquisition, part of which is for recreational facilities. The discussion later turned to a subject debated at length the past few weeks — senior citltens. Second Ward Aid. Curtis Erickson noticed a $36,000 Item was labeled "social center" instead of senior citizens' center. "I hope these senior citizens aren't getting the run around," he comment* ed. WILSON THEN said many groups would think that speaking against the center for senior citizens was like speaking against "apple pie, motherhood and country music." He suggested that private groups should not all be granted meeting places. Erickson challenged Wilson to name some private groups seeking a center. "They haven't come forth yet," Wilson answered. Frank Johnson said a center should be for everybody, including Cub Scouts and the youth of the community. Third Ward Aid. W. C. Jackson asked: "Will the center be used every day?" Erickson retorted,- "DO you use schools every day? Fire trucks? You don't one a ball field during the winter," BAILEY suggested the council get people from the different age groups together 7 to discuss the center. Otherwise, he added, the council will have set up a "crazy quilt." Larry Hendricks, president of the Galesburg branch of the NAACP, suggested schools be used more extensively because they are idle when not in session. He also expressed concern that the proposed baseball stadium at. Van Dyke Field near Galesburg High School would not be easily accessible for children on the southwest side of the city. "It's people like you who come up and shoot things down the last minute," Frank Johnson retorted. Herring switched the subject to proposed tennis courts and the baseball stadium at the high school site. He said the school system, which is sharing the cost of the recreational facilities, wants the city to assume responsibility for full supervision of the stadium while the tennis courts would be under the supervision of the school year-round. THE ALDERMEN then went into executive session to discuss land acquisition. At this point no other budget meetings are planned for this week. Opening of last night's session was delayed due to an earlier meeting the aldermen had had with the Chamber of Commerce Streets & Highways Committee. This centered on the development of a supplemental freeway system between Galesburg and Monmouth. Federal and state governments have approved the design, but the project has been shelved by Gov. Walker, who said funds are not available. Those attending said the purpose of last night's meeting at Holiday Inn was to lay groundwork for having the project reinstated. Bushnell(Continued From Page 6) Circuit Court Brian H, Flitter, 17, 1291 Bridge Ave., was placed on pro* bation for liK months Monday in KnoM County Circuit Court for illegal possession of marijuana. Fined for disorderly conduct were Emillo do la Crut, 30,729 Michigan Ave., $100; John Porter Foi, Morriitown, Teftr.., $25; scmuel Dogian, H SJO, and Louis Frocschner, no age or address listed, $10. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called to the 200 block of Madi* son Street Monday at 3:51 p.m. where a child was reportedly stuck in a post hole. Firefighters made the rescue. The child was not injured. Marriage Licenses MCDONOUGH COUNTY Marriage licenses were issued last week In the county clerk's office to Kent Linenfelser, Highland, and Ann Meloan, Highland, a former Bushnell resident, and to Ronald D. Kepple, Prairie City, and Melinda Tjhotnpson, Miller Street, Bushnell. Suits Filed Suits to collect delinquent fitjfofjtl property tans have trm fifed in Knox County Circuit Oourt against James R. Qrawey, Galesburg Route 3, 109; Ed Grady, doing business as Grady's 2100 Club,. 2100 Grand Ave., $192; Arthtir D. fratnmell, 1930 E. Main St., $114; Fred L. Shepherd, 835 Wisconsin Ave., $152; Charlies Brush, 04 Aliens Ave., $45; William Ferrier, 74 S. West St., $70; I, W. Evans, 5 Kimberly Terrace, $80; Howard DeRose, 835 Wisconsin Ave., and George E. Fitchpatrick, West Lake Stcrcy Trailer Court, $270. : Arrests MONMOUTH - Three men fit hint «t Uttle Swan Lake were charged Monday at 0:25 p.m. with fishing Without permission when it was discovered they were not members nor guests of members of the lake. Charged were Robert D. Scott, 20, 1397 Clark St., Galesburg; Jsmes R. Clark, 32, Galesburg, and John M. Sloan, 21, Avon. James W. Johnson, 18, Abingdon, was cited Monday at 3:30 p.m. for hunting during a closed season. School Board Okays Galva Teacher Aide (Contfnued From Page 6) of the district,' if that's what he wants to call it." Later, Dunn said he "didn't want to get personal with Emit but he jumped to his feet right in the middle of the presentation (of the bill). If he had waited, I wouldn't have said anything." . i House Makes Restrictions j A short time later, the House voted, 115-5, to restrict to the speaker and the majority and minority leaders the right to make such introductions. Even that rules change, however, rankled some members. Rep. Roscoe Cunningham, R- Lawrenceville, asked whether "these three nien (are) the imi of Ml wigdom. th»4 they can decide who is important enough to merit introduction?" He suggested to hjs colleagues that the restriction was "an infringement on the rights of your constituents." It remains to be seen how well the new prohibition will wofk. The state Senate adopted a aimilw i'4le at atwM this pint in lajt ytgr'3 only to se# U fentgedly and flagrantly violated by the very imemers who voted for it. Pensinger, vice president; Rick Ferguson, secretary; Richard Camp, treasurer, and Ken Sorrells, sentinel, Mike Sharon was re-elected as the chapter reporter. All will serve as delegates at the state FFA convention in June at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Rodney Fink, chairman of Western Illinois University's agriculture department, spoke on career opportunities and problems in the field of agriculture. Richard Jenkins, chapter adviser, announced that the chapter placed first in the sectional competition with its program of wprk, "American Heritage, and Cooperative Ae* tivities." As a result the chapter will send at least one delegate on a tour of the U.S. Capitol and Gettysburg, Pa., and another delegate to the AIC conference on cooperatives at New Orleans, La. Chapter members will compete op the state level in American heritage and cooperative activities with results to be announced at the state convention. person! hired mast, have at least 30 hours of college credit. " Mrs. Atkinson told board members that 52 children are expected to enter first grade in the fall as well as 56 second graders and 55 third graders. She proposed that there be two sections of each grade next year instead of the three which has been the pattern in recent years. The board was told that the first four grades will be housed at F. U. White School next year. Economy in the area of busing and playground supervision will result from the fact that the fourth grade will no longer be split between the White School and the Middle Schools according to the report given the board. Milo Watson, superintendent, reported that some $13,000 will be needed to conduct the special reading program for district schools next year. He predicted the amount would come from $4,000 in carry-over funds from this year's program and $9,000 $10,000 in Title I funds. A learning disability program initiated this year will be phased out, Watson told the board. Mrs. Janice Landwehr who headed the program will leave the district at the end of the current year. THE BOARD instructed Watson to offer contracts to qualified candidates for three openings on the high school faculty. He had told members there were 26 applicants for the positions. The superintendent said he will attend a Henry County court hearinq todav on the request of the law firm of Califf, Haroer, Benson, Fox and Dailey for payment for their work in preventing a service charge for collecting taxes. The payment of the legal fees has raised a controversy because taxing bodies in the county which did not take Dart in the legal action are being assessed a portion of the legal fee. The suit was initiated bv Black Hawk College, United Township High School of East Moline and Orion School District. In other action, the board: — Said that technical errors which turned UD during a state inspection of lunchrooms have been corrected. — Accepted resignations of Mrs. Anna Laura Powers and James Roberts, teachers, and Mrs. Steve Bodine, school secretary and board clerk. — Set baccalaureate services for the class of 1973 at Galva High School evm Sunday at 7:80 D.m. and commencement at the football field Mav 24 at 7:30 p.m. Ceremonies will be moved indoors in case of bad weather. — Was informed that Galva Hfah School has been accredited by the North Central Assn. Of Colleges and Secondary Schools. — Awarded a contract to Parker Roofing Co. for repairs to the roof at the pishop Hill School at a cost of $30,000. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Linda R. PfersChy against Thomas D. Pferschy. Traffic Accidents Loren R. Petty, 22, 439 Lincoln St., wae otded for failing to jtop at 4he scene of an accident and <a ftane violation after he was identified as the driver of a car which struck a parked vehicle Sunday in the 1400 block of WWard Street. Police solid Petty's euto coiiided with one owned by Valerie S. Ginther, 18, 1431 WiUard. No serious" injuries were reported in lour (traffic mishaps Investigated Monday by Galesburg police. A truck driven by 16-year-old Allan L.« S m 11 h II, of near Galesburg, struck the back of a pickup driven by John A. Funk, 34, Abingdon, about 6:30 p.m. in the 100 block of East Shea, 41, 942 Dayton Dr.-, $15; Main Street. No tickets were Thony C. Knu'.h. 68, no address ( issued. Traffic Court "Jimmy h Andrews, 24, Moline, was fined 1300 Monday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for driving while under the influence of liquor. Andrews was also fined $10 for a speed restriction violation. James S. Johnson, 20, Knoxville, paid $25 for a traffic sig* nal violation- Fined $10. for traffic signal violations were Larry D. Derhfm, 29, Knoxville, and Edwin C, Knowles, 62, 242 S. Seminary St. Fined! Monday for speeding were Patricia A. Oakman, 19, 1245 E; North St., $12; Larry A. Moore, 22, Chicago, $19; Frank G Carter, 24, Atlanta, Ga., $18; Michael A. Brenton, 27, Omaha, Neb., $20; Julie Ann Bailey, 24, Tucson, Ariz., $11; Richard L listed, $16; and Donald R. Brown, 30, 528 Olive St., $18. Dale A. Sargeant, 16, 1916 E. Main St., was cited for failing Marjorie G. Anderson, 59,Ho yield the right of way after !Galva, and Harold A. Waugh, his car hit one driven by Ruby "30, Dahinda, were each fined L- Webb, 32, 1625 Clay Dr., at $10 for driving with one tail- 1 the corner of Main and Lake light, j streets. The collision occurred Safety test violations resulted at . 7: J. 7 . P,M,( .... . ... in $10 fines for Clarence E.J ticket for failing to yield Dahl. 30, Alexis; Edgar D.* e nght of way was issued to Ward, 48, 175 Walnut Ave., and, Marvinr J 3 ™^ 3 ?' Abm §Gale R. LeVene, 24, Altona. Glenn P. Alderson, 18, 362 Maple Ave., and Don L. Helander, don, af'er his car struck one driven by Dorothy J. Greene, 53, of near Galesburg, at 8:15 21, Cameron, were each fined!-™: . near , intersection of $10 for excessive acceleration Others fined $10" Monday were Carroll Dean Long, 23, Woods- Prairie and Tompkins streets. Marc D. Pedlgo, 16, 990 S. Cedar St., was charged with failing to yield the right of way boro, Md., no valid registration; ; after his car was hit by one Uames E. Peterson. 18, 1216 driven by Mary E Anderson, Family C':., turning violation; 25> 69 9 s . Pearl St., abaut 8:30 Reson H. Brandt, 70, 1759 Rob- m at ;he corner of Main ertson Ave;, failing to yield the d Fulton stree ts. right of way; and James E. _ Donaldson, 18, 1578 McKnight! MONMOUTH - Cars driven St., failing to signal a turn. i by Mjss Crysta l I. Johnston, 19, Fined $5 for overtime park-!of near Monmouth, and Mrs. ing were James Haneghan, 563,Verna M. Manlove, 60, of near W. Grove St.; Robert G. Brack- 1 Monmouth, collided today at ett, 1150 E. Losey St., andji2:05 a.m. on U.S. 67 one mile Charles Shannon, 1157 E. South'north of Monmouth. St. ! The women were driving north on U.S. 67 and Miss Johnston was signaling and slowing for a left turn. Police said PJrs. The Manlove, who was following the Hot, Cold Snots NEW YORK (UPI) highest temperature reported to j Johnston car, swerved to the the National Weather Service'left and struck the side of the Monday excluding Alaska and Hawaii was 99 degrees at Red other auto. Mrs. Manlove was charged Bluff, Calif. Today's low was25|with failure to reduce speed to degrees at Pellston, Mich. j avoid an accident. HOSPITAT NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Mrs. Fannie A. Brown, Vermont Mrs. Fannie Mae Cato, 748 S. Henderson St. Pamela J. Cook, Monmouth Mrs. Lois E. Coupland, Abingdon Dewey W. Craig, Galva Mrs. Waustella F. Dooley, 766 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Betty J. Field, Henderson LaVerne O. Gabrielson, 85 Phillips St. Jeffrey C. Harriman, Galesburg Route 3 Katie C. Harriman, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. Roberta C. Henry, Media Mrs. Mildred I. Johnson, i Abingdon Mrs. Myrtle McConchie, Oneida !Mrs. Lois M. Hickson, Maccmb Miss Susan L. Pierson, Knoxville Wyman R. Simkins, London Mills Linda M. Simpson, Monmouth Mrs. Antoinette Skrzypek, 1725 Brentwood Dr. Robert E. Srnith, lg4 N. Fajnham St. Robert Lee Smith, 1264 W. Main St. Mrs. Barbara A. Sodac, 46 E. Dayton St. Lloyd W. Wilcoxen, Abingdon DISMISSALS MONDAY: Mrs. Bessie M. Clark, 225 Sumner St.. Mrs. Judy A, Sponsler, 1691 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Shirley Simpson, Galesburg Route 2 Mrs. Winn^ JU Trigg, Woodhull William J. McCormick, 955 N. West St. Rcy A. Gusnther, 216 Aliens Ave, Mrs. Etta M. Ellis. Macomb Harold E. WrJsteh, Galva George W. Baumgardner, 1799 Willard St. Miss Melanie S. Thurman, Gilson Miss Susan L. Pierson, Knoxville Cari Ann Randall, 104 Walnut Ave. Mrs. Lois M- Niekson, Macomb St. Marv s ADMISSIONS MONDAY: Charles K. Baxter, Abingdon Robert E. Harding, 318 E. Fourth St. Otto W. Johnsop, 247 N. Academy St. Betty L. Mack, Avon, Judge Mathews. 687 E. Knox §t. Mrs. Bernice U Nelson, Knoxvillg Ray Wayne, A.YfiP William H. Smallwood, 824 Avenue A Mrs. Janet L. SrflJth, St. Augustine Bryon J. Stolze, 43 Aliens Ave. Robert G. Taylor, 257 E. South St. Dominick Va.cea, m N. Henderson St. DISMISSALS MONDAY: Rqhert P. Bass, Monmouth Mrs- Violet W. Bumphrey, Galva Mrs. Shirley Erickson, 419 Olive St. Herbert O. Fullmer, 1264 Harrison St.

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