Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 13, 1963 · Page 22
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22 Golesburg Realster-Moil. Galesburg, III. Tuesday, Aug, 13. 1963 WinolaUnit Plans Budget For New Year VIOLA — The Board of Education of the Winola Community Unit adopted a tentative budget tot the present fiscal year. A pub- lie hearing on the budget will be held at the next regular meeting at the high school, Sept. 12, before its final adoption. It will be available for public inspection for 30 days prior to that date at the office of the superintendent. Expenditures in the new budget are quite comparable to last year's budget. Following are the anticipated expenditures in each fund: educational, $225,925; building, $23,645; transportation, $26,- 620; municipal retirement, $2,400, and bond and interest, $26,400. The board accepted the bid of Gorham and Johnson, Galesburg, to replace the window shades in the junior high school gymnasium and install shades on the north windows of the New Windsor Ele* mentary School. Dead trees have been removed from the grounds of three of the schools. The sidewalk in front of the high school will be replaced before the opening of school. An unexpected increase in the student insurance premium which is included in the book rental fee, will make it necessary to raise the fee to $8.50 for senior high school students. Sir Robert Peel, who was responsible for the Metropolitan Police Act of 1829, is the source of the nickname for London's "bobbies." READ THE WANT ADS! coMPinr, pA$T SERVICE 3 includes: _ Cleaning # Oiling T-8-13-83 # Ad j usting # Regulating ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 1 YEAR Chronograph* — Automatic* — Special PurpoM Movement! and Vary Rusty Movement! Excepted. FRANK JEWELERS 241 East Main Street Galesburg, III. Ad Muil Be Preienled with Watch. SWEETIE PIE By Nndine Seltzer 6-/3 TM u% ui rot ort. "I hop* you took out flight ln»urancer Viola School Class of 1938 Has Reunion VIOLA — The 1938 graduating class of Viola High School held its 25th class reunion at Marandos Friday. Thirteen of the 21 graduating members were present, in addition to husbands, wives and friends. One member of their high school staff, Mrs. Mildred Speer Brokaw, now residing in Hanover, met with the group. Class members present included Mrs. Lois Warder Simkins, Cascade, Iowa; Mrs. Lois Plunkett Freeze, Rock Island; Mrs. Hazel Whittington Speer, Hanover; Mrs. Lourene Kell Hodgson, Joy; Mrs. Eileen Smith Docherty, Reynolds, and Mrs. Elloise Calmer Ldlli- man, Mrs. Florence Huff Howie, Mrs. Virginia O'Brien Noyd, Mrs. Mary Alice Blaine McAtee, James Forsythe, Dwight Beard and Wayne Anderson, Viola. In addition to the graduates present, Mrs. Lucille Whitcomb Sonnerberg of Saratoga, Calif., a classmate of earlier years, was present. Plans were made to hold a reunion July 26, 1964, at the home Dallas City Festival to Open Friday DALLAS CITY-The Summer Festival will open Friday with a free fish fry at 5 p.m. here. The Festival queen will be crowned at 8 p.m. on the platform on West First Street during opening day ceremonies. The American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a fried chicken supper Saturday at 5 p.m., following the Western Illinois Sky Divers at the river front at 3:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. a variety show will be held on the platform, and a square dance is scheduled for 9 p.m. Post Boatman's Breakfast Sunday activities will begin with a boatman's breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. Free tickets will be given to all occupants of each boat docking here. The public was invited to the breakfast. The parade will begin at 1 p.m. with prizes awarded for floats, best decorated car, best band and for entries in the kiddie parade. At 2 p.m. the boat races will begin, and at 4 p.m. kiddie games will be held, with youngsters grouped according to school classes. Entrants should contact Frank Burkett or Jerry Hill, the men in charge of the games. From 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday the melon feast will be held with watermelons and cantaloupes, and at 8 p.m. the Dick Miller show from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, will be held. Cape Sable, Fla., is the southernmost point in continental United States. of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McAtee, Viola. Valley Chapter Holds Picnic FAffiVlfcW - The Valley Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America held its annual picnic at the Canton Park Thursday. The honored guests, the sophomores were, Alberta Faucon, Lola Conger, Carol Sherman, Jeanne Grice, Karen Young, Carol Harding, Karen Ferris, Janet Anderson, Jane Timmons, Carol Roberts, Kay Myers, Neva Wagner and Carolyn Combs. The graduated members, who were also honored guests, were Alice George, Pat Neville, Marcy Murphy, Janice McCone, Sharon Wilson, and Nancy Wagner. Mothers who attended were Mrs. Betty Waldron, and Mrs. Thelma Sampson. The chapter mothers, Mrs. Louise Toncray and Mrs. Mary Schuman also were there. Mrs. Edith Wilcoxen is adviser. After eating their picnic lunch, at the park, the girls went swimming at Canton Lake. N. Henderson, Alexis Clubs Slate Show NORTH HENDERSON - Lions Club held a meeting Aug. S at Floral Hall. Wilber Humes, president, announced that the North Henderson and Alexis clubs are sponsoring a stock show at Alexis Aug. 24. North Henderson Briefs Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon visited recently Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunt, helping Hunt celebrate his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cheline, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheline, Bruce and Peggy returned home Aug. 5 from a vacation trip to Canada. They spent a weekend at the Dells. Ruth Ann Nail is visiting her cousin, Patty Blaine at Galesburg. Mrs. Robert Fox entered Cot- Group Greeted At Lakeside Breakfast ALPHA — Mrs. Holger Carlson of Alpha, Mrs. Phillip Olson of North Henderson and Mrs. Don Fischer of Rock Island were hostesses at a breakfast Friday at Crescent Lake, when guests included former classmates and mothers. Those attending were Mrs. Hubert Miller and family of Marysville, Ohio; Mrs. Ted Damos and family of Chicago; Mrs. Everett Winkler of Alexis; Mrs. Harold Tornquist, Mrs. Alice Armstrong and Mrs. Bess Newcomer, of North Henderson and Donna and Douglas Fischer of Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carlson of Quincy were supper guests Friday at the Holger Carlson home. tage Hospital Thursday and had surgery Friday. For all around enjoyment... CORBY'S Smoothest whiskey this side of Canada MS. MRCUY & CO. LIMITED. 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