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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 13, 1963
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6 Galesbura Register-Moil, Galesburg, III, Tuesdoy. Aug, 13, 1963 GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phont WE 2-2658 School District Lets Contracts For Sn ippl ies GALVA — Contracts were let for various school supplies and an effort was made to revive the local PTA group at a meeting of the Galva Board of Education Monday night. Board members and those interested in the revival of the PTA met prior to the Toulon Youth Breaks Arm in Fall From Horse business meeting and decided to hold a reception for school district teachers. The event will be held Sept. 4 at F. U. White School. Supt. Milo Watson announced resignation of Mrs. Clarence Hansen as head cook at the high school and the promotion of Mrs. Charles Wheelhouse to her place. Mrs. Wilbur Simmons will be a regular cook. Watson also reported that the staff of the school system is now complete with the hiring of Mary Penn Beardsley and all have found places to live. The superintendent informed board members that $75,000 of the working cash fund has been invested in government securities. 'He invited the board to tour the school • building Aug. 22 starting at 1:30 p.m. to check on improvement work done this summer. Each custodian will be at his assigned building during the tour. A calendar for the 1963-64 school year was distributed showing the following events in August: 21, start of football practice; 22, meeting of kindergarten parents at 10 a.m. and 26, first day of school. In other business, contracts were let for fuel oil, gasoline, coal and bus tires. Lindberg Oil Co. was awarded three contracts for submitting low bids for fuel oil No. 5 and No. 2 and gasoline. E. W. Houghton Lumber Co. was the low bidder on coal at a price of $10.75 per ton and Dimond- Royer Firestone of Kewanee was the low bidder on tires. The board also awarded a contract for the draft inducer and combustion air damper at F. U. White School to Galva Sheet Metal at a cost of $1,877.40. Breakins Reported At Bishop Hill BISHOP HILL — A breakin was discovered Sunday at the Wexell cafe and grocery, where entrance was gained through a window and also the Nelson Mobile Service station, where entrance was through a back room. Only minor articles were taken and investigation was made by the county sheriff. The back door at.the Colony Inn tavern had also been tampered with but entrance was not gained there. TOULON — David Talbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Talbert, broke his wrist Friday evening when he fell from a horse at the home of his uncle, Irvin Talbert. The break was set in the office of a Toulon physician. To Hospital James Slygh was taken to Kewanee Public Hospital Saturday by ambulance. Wendell Hockett, who had been a patient at Veterans Hospital in Dwight, returned home last week. He will have to return to the hospital in September for more tests. Mercer County 4-H'ers Hold Revue NORTH HENDERSON - Representing 21 home economics 4 -H clubs in Mercer County, 223 girls participated in the dress revue and judging recently at the Aledo High School. Selected from the Alexis-North Henderson area to go to the state fair were: Laura Miller, Carolyn Martin, Alexis Busy Bees; Mary Simpson, Norwood Nifty Notch- ers; Janet Lafever, Pleasant Pointers; Linda Brown, Paula Davis, Terry Johnson, Seaton Snip Snaps. Among the alternates are Judy Johnson of Seaton and Nancy Humes of the North Henderson Handy Helpers. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ROCKY'! MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Frl.. Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Midniie. Hours — Tuoi., Wed.. Thuri., Sunday—5 p.m. to Mldnite. Closed Mondays. Big Bunyan Visitors to Brainerd, Minn., are welcomed by a huge image of Paul Bunyan, folklore hero of lumberjacks. Bunyan used a trimmed pine tree for a pencil, according to legend, and hoof- prints of Babe, his blue ox, created Minnesota's 11,000 lakes. J.* -Ma? MR. AND MRS. M. I. BOWER (above), 872 Lombard St., cclc brated their 50th wedding anniversary with a potluck supper given by their children at the Lions Shelter, Lake Storey, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bower were married Aug. 14, 1913, at Mrs. Bower's home in Kcithsburg. Children and their families present at the Sunday event were Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. John Teel, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bower of DeLong, Mr. and Mrs. Russell DeWitt of Oquawka and George.Bower at home. Also present were Mrs. Murlan Potts, a granddaughter, and her family, Mrs. Maud Moore of Keithsburg, a sister of Mrs. Bower, and J. W. Bower, brother of Mr. Bower, 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Old-Fashioned Picnic Planned at Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY —Plans are being made for the old-fashioned picnic at the East Park in Prairie City Labor Day. Committees appointed are: Program, Mrs. Betty Emory and Mrs. Grace Buchen; concession stand, Mrs. Evelyn Hughbanks; baby show, Mrs. Dorothy Skean, and stunts, Sam Harding. To start the day's activities, there will be a basket dinner at noontime. The baby show takes place at 1:30 p.m. and the program starts at 2 p.m. Following the program, there will be contests for old and young. To finance the celebration donation tickets are being sold. • Cleric Vacations Rev. Edward L. Dunavin of the Prairie City yoked field of churches is having his vacation during the month of August. The Methodist Church is having a unified Sunday service at 10 a.m. during the month. The Presbyterian Church is having Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 18, Kenny McMillan will be the guest speaker at the Methodist churches in Prairie City and at Walnut Grove. McMillan is the national president of the Future Farmers of America. Hold Family Dinner A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Edna Kreider and daughter Florence, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Strode and their son Jim, who had been visiting relatives the past two weeks. They left for .heir HOSPITAL NOTES St. Marv's ADD HOSPITAL NOTES — — ADMISSIQNS MONDAY R.y N. Carter, 758 Holton St. David Buck, Laura. Bruce J. Vatthauer, Knoxville. Mrs. William W. Bivens, Avon. Mrs. John L. Rogers, 486 E. Second St. Mrs. John Skinner, 883 Lawrence Ave. » Cynthia Ann Guenther, 388 N. Seminary St. George Froehlich, 169 E Fifth St. Miss Carol Thurman, Abingdon. Anthony Seibert, Galesburg Route 2. Miss Sylvia Alowski, 226 S. Prairie St. DISMISSALS MONDAY Merrill D. Dunbar, DeLong. Kimberley A. Kempster, Maquon. Charles E. Malley, Galesburg Route 2. Lyle C. McVey, 340 N. Broad St. Mrs. David Nelson. 1528 Willard St. Mrs. Elba Reynolds, Abingdon. Mrs. Etta M. Walsh, 1087 Grand Ave. WANTED TRAINEES Men and women are urgently needed to train at I B M Machine Operators Need net interfere with your present job. If you qualify, training can be financed. Write to: JOB OPPORTUNITIES BOX 700, c-o REGISTER-MAIL Please Include Your Telephone Number DON'T FORGET... Tomorrow WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR Champagne HOUR 5:30 tP 8:00 P.M. and it's on us! MAKE IT A DATE- WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14 and join us for a real fur-filled evening. It just won't seem like a party without . , YOU1 REGULAR DINNERS Served 5:30 til 11:00 HARBOR LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB Route 150 North—"On the Strip" J7 Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY Miss Audrey E. Kell, 674 N. Seminary St. Lyle C. McVey, 340 N. Broad St. Richard C. Dixon, 936 E. Main St. Donald D. Hart Jr., Kimberly Terrace. Mrs. Bertha L. Moberg. Alexis. James D. Merrick, Rockford. Ronald Lee Baumgardner, 410 Burgland Ave. Charles A. Norris Sr., 2123 Washington St. Mrs. Mabelle A, Gehring, 1447 Moshier Ave. Donald E. Sprout, Monmouth. Michael W. Crain, Avon. O. D. Taylor, 501 West Knox St. Mrs. Helen C. Sornberger, 1904 Baird Ave. Mrs. Velma C. Kemper, 1247 E. Main St. Mrs. Fannie G. Smith, 838 Willard St. Mrs. Margaret J. Howerton, Abing- home at Manchester, Wash., today. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo King and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kreider, Qwincy; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Curtis and Jean and Mr. and Mrs. David Luper, Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ross, California; Mr. and Mrs. Don Osborn and family, Norfolk, Neb. and Miss Lucia Turpin. In the afternoon, an open house was held and other relatives and friends called. The birthday of Mrs. Kreider, Aug. 20, was celebrated. Firemen Hold Picnic The firemen's annual family picnic was held at the East Park with a basket supper attended by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gingerich, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Emory and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Emory and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Runkle, Mr. and Mrs. David Ogle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thurman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orwig, Jim Cox and Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Meleon, Bushnell. Paul Kin Meet The Paul family reunion was held Sunday at the East Park with a basket dinner at noontime. There were over 50 persons present from Marietta, New Philadelphia, Bushnell, Avon, Kewanee and Prairie City, plus Palmyra, Mo. Kevin Cox was the youngest member of the family, present. 498 don. Mrs. Marion M. Thompson Monmouth Blvd. DISMISSED MONDAY Miss Linda Bond, Galesburg Route -2. John E. Williams Sr., 236 Virginia St. Lisa C. Adams, 458 E, First St. Mrs. Geraldine Mixon, 386 W. Fourth St. Mrs. Rachel M. Flynii, 440 Pine St. Mrs. Sarah A. Nelson, Altona. Mrs. Catherine L. Ross. Abingdon. Fred E. Shreve, Knoxville. Kenneth A. Barlow, Galva. Mrs. Mabel Thornton, 52 E. North St. Mrs. Rose A. Paul, 1169 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Marietta Lenear, Galva. Dan J. Hegwood, Woodhull. Timothy J. Shelly, Galesburg Route 1. Eldon A. Brokaw, Abingdon. Independent State Jamaica, a former British colony which became independent in 1962, is a parliamentary state withm the Commonwealth, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. Iowans Visit At Dahinda D A H I N D A-Mr. and Mrs Frank McCumber Jr. and family of Newton, Iowa spent a night at the Lyle Fitchpatrick home. Mrs. Minnie Bates of Clinton Iowa, Mrs. Frances Morrow of Galesburg and Mrs. Maxine Barclay and Mrs. Mary Bainbridge of Caton recently visited friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Parrish and son Jim and Mrs. Bessie Parrish visited over the weekend with relatives in Quincy and Mis souri. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cowley spent a night at Maquoketa fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Woolsey returned home Saturday after spending a couple of months in Minnesota fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Lefler McKee and daughter have returned to Call fornia after visiting with the lat ter's sister Mrs. D. E. Woolsey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rogers of Independence, Mo. were called on friends here Wednesday. Mrs Rogers is the former Arvilla Lora nee. The Restaurant In Rosevitle wishes to announce that we will be serving Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesday, Friday and Satur> day evenings • » • All you can eat for a buck. Sunday Buffet Dinners served from 11:00 A.M. 'Till 8:00 P.M. Notional Restaurant ROSEViUE, ILLINOIS Hire New Teacher At Toulon TOULON-MIss Rita Bubnick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bubnick of Kewanee, has been hired as English teacher for Toulon Township High School. She is a 1956 graduate of Kewanee High School and from Illinois State Normal University at Normal in 1960. While in college, Miss Bubnick was associated with the school paper for three years and as edi* tor for one semester in her senior year. She has taught English for two years at Danvers and one year at Manlius, where she also directed the school plays. Miss Bubnick is working on her masters in English supervisory teaching at Normal. Kelly Reunion Set The annual Kelly reunion will be held Aug. 18 at Wiley Park in Galva. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. Officers for this year's meeting are: President, Harry Clague, LaFayette; vice president, Mrs. Gene Andrews, Bloomington; secretary, Mrs. Margaret Hackwith, Toulon, and treasurer, Mrs. Tyrus Kelly, Galva. New Windsor Property Transferred « NEW WINDSOR — Mr. and Mrs. Lyal McGaughy have sold their property in the north part of town to Max Allen of New Windsor. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vlasich, the present residents, will continue to rent the property for the coming year. Mrs. Hannah Thorp entered Moline Public Hospital Wednesday for treatment and observation. Alex Young was taken by ambulance to the Moline Public Hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson returned Aug. 9 from a 3-month trip to Sweden and back by boat. They visited Carlson's brother, Mauritz Carlson at Stockholm and his sister, Mrs. Esther Carlson at Oscarshamn and with other relatives. Upon their return to New York, they took a tour of the city before leaving for their home. Appenheimer Reunion Held TOULON—The 28th annual Appenheimer reunion was held Sunday in the American Legion Hall at the fairgrounds at Griggsville. There were 70 members present. Officers for' coming year are: President, Mrs. Edith Ericson, Wyanet; vice president, Miss Florence Buchanan, Perry; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Dorothy Schmidt, Toulon and historian, A. R. Appenheimer. James Durbin, 93, Marine, formerly of Toulon, was oldest one present; Lisa Marie Appenheimer, 6-week-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwyn Appenheimer, Toulon, youngest, and Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Biddle of Urbana, Ohio, came farthest. Those attending from this area were Mrs. Edith Ericson, Wyanet; Mr. and Mrs. Clay Appenheimer and family, Paw Paw and A. R. Appenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schmidt and Alexis, Miss Becky Carrington, Traverse Durbin, Steve Durbin, Clarence Appenheimer, Mr. and Mrs. William Appenheimer and five children, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwyn Appenheimer and three children, of Toulon. Milkworts Early country folk believed that cows feeding on certain low-growing meadow plants would give more milk, so they named the plants milkworts. The name has persisted, though the supersition died long ago. RIB SHACK North on Routs ISO Our chicken it low on calorlei. Family Six* Hickory Smoked Order with or without ««uc«. Air Conditioned For carry out lerviee Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. Wednesday Night SPECIAL CHICKEN Tff A IN THS f BASKET • «#V CLUB 34 Homer and Ruby Walker Route 34 AIR CONDITIONER For Your Comfort Anniversary Celebrated at Prairie City P RAIRIE CITY - Mrs. otto Crowl, who had a birthday during the week, was honored with a gathering of families, relatives and friends at the East Park Sunday. There was a birthday cake and she received gifts and cards from the 59 who were present. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Otis White, Knoxville; Mrs. Ernest Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Spencer and family, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Underwood, Maquon; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Freichtenicht and family. New Windsor; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John and family and Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Donavon, Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Crowl and family, Mrs. Jim Butler and son, Eddie Roberts, Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Don Crowl and family and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Crowl and family, Bushnell; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thurman and family and Miss Martha Thompson. A basket dinner was served at noontime. En Route West Mr. and Mrs. Clelland Bone visited his grandmother, Mrs. C. D. Bone, the past week, leaving Sunday to go to Warren to visit relatives. They will visit in Iowa and other Western states on their way to California, where he will enroll for his second year at the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at SanAnselmo, Calif. Both have spent the summer teaching in a school at Knoxville, Tenn. His parents, Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Bone of Philadelphia, Pa., visited at the Bone home last week. Mrs. Bone and her guests visited in Jacksonville last Wednesday with Dr. and Mrs. E. C, Bone. Reunion Held Attending the Serven family reunion in Big Creek Park in Canton Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hughbanks, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hughbanks, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Serven, Forrest Serven, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Craver and family and , Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGrew. BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 619 Mti. ••»*•** •tiiiMti Lodge to Honor Man, 96 READ THE WANT ADS! BUSHNELL - Ira Phillips, Mountain Home, Ark., will be honored Tuesday evening by the Odd Fellows Lodge as a 75-year member. The officers of the Grand Lodge of Illinois will be present to assist in honoring Phillips when he will be presented his pin. He was the first candidate to be initiated into the Bushnell Rebekah Lodge. The ceremony will take place at the regular meeting of the lodge Tuesday at 7 p.m., followed by an open house at 8 p.m. at the hall *in honor of Phillips. Phillips is 96. Bushnell News Notes The VFW Auxiliary will hold a social Wednesday evening at the VFW Home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Didlock and Donald and Lyle Bricker have re- Birthday Marked At N. Henderson NORTH HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Al Olsen and Allan of Berwyn visited several days recently with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nelson, and other relatives. They also helped Mrs. Nelson celebrate her birthday anniversary while here. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Bohan of Coffeyville,, Kan., visited relatives here the past week. They have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. John Bohan at Alexis. Neivs Notes of Henderson Area HENDERSON — Mrs. J. J. Lindsey returned home Thursday after spending Wednesday and Thursday at the Fred Cole home at Knoxville. Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Lindsey are sisters. Mrs. Wesley Reams returned home Thursday from Chicago, after visiting with her mother, Mrs. Anna Berg, who was able to return home after several weeks in a hospital, where she underwent major surgery. A ROM&NfciC ROUND -l |,fTHE-WOBLD /ViaNHUnT? 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Mr. and Mrs. Russell Coats and family moved Saturday to Rock Island, where he is employed as auditor for an insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. William Cobb and Roy Gillette entertained Sunday with a dinner honoring the birthday of Mrs. Glenn Ray. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ray of Avon and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Southwell and Mrs. Eva Bradford. Movie Calendar TUESDAY, AUG. 13 OHPHEUM: "Summer Magic." 1:30, 4:10, 6:55,. 9:40; "Yellowstone Cubs." 3:20, 6:05, 8:50. WEST: "The Stripper." 1:30, 4:55, and 8:05; "Main Attraction," 3:20. 6:30 and 0:50. DRIVE IN: "A Very Private Affair," 8:30; 'Gypsy," 10:20.. NEEDED: IBM DATA PROCESSORS and COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS MEN-WOMEN Qualify for one of these jobs Basic salary $5.7% to $17,620. others higher Civil Service Rating-- / In" 12 Plenty of jobs if you qualify Tram at own ex pense Low tuition financed Short training period. Training need not interfere with pres ent employment. Write, mclud ing phone number: PCMT H M— c-o REGISTER-MAIL ENDS TONIGHT! 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