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, 14 GolesburQ Reaister-Moil, Galesburg, 111, Thursday, Aug. 15, 1963 Park Board Okays Golf Course Plan MONMOUTH — The municipal golf course proposed for the east side of Monmouth Park was given approval by the Monmouth Park Board when it met in a recessed session Wednesday noon. The motion before the meeting clearly stated general favor for the course provided financing of the project could be accomplished to the general satisfaction of the board without any general obligation bond. It was further stated that all physical details of the project would be subject to further examination for approval or disapproval by the board. MONMOUTH Rosemary Itteal Correspondent 501 N. H SI. Phone 734-4721 lor Newt FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 The decision was made yesterday following a long study by the board, :n an effort to better serve the majority of the city's residents. Solves Tree Removal At present the east side of the park needs hundreds of dollars of work done to clear old trees felled by storms and the elm dis- 1 ease. The board members indicated in their discussions that a golf course would solve this problem and also make an attractive addition to the recreational facilities of the park. The board will now await a report from the committee regarding financing of the proposed course. FEATURED AT AVON—The Midwesternnaires (above), a barbershop quartet which won third in national competition and medalists in Illinois contest, will appear Saturday night on the pro­ gram in connection with the Avon Fat Steer Show. From left are John Adams, Glenn Perdue, Don Gunter and Don Summers. The Avon show started today to run through Saturday. Final Concert 7:30Tonight MONMOUTH—The Monmouth Municipal Band, directed by C. P. Patterson, will play the final concert of its summer series of programs before the Prime Beef Festival in September, this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the band shell at Monmouth Park. Playing a half-hour earlier than usual in this concert, the band then will march in the Attend Camp MONMOUTH — Rev. Gary L. Reif and Mrs. Reif, of Monmouth, are in Springfield this week serving as counselors at Lake Springfield Baptist Camp. The Rev. Mr. Reif also presents the message at vesper services each evening and Mrs. Reif is in charge of the crafts program at the camp. Accompanying the Reifs to Springfield as Junior High School counselors are Jean Anne Simpson, Kay and Jay Williams, and Jim Pedigo, of the First Baptist Church in Monmouth. JOHNS-MANVILLE INSULATION Call WHITE'S - 3420185 Your Neighbor Says Prime Beef Festival parade on Wednesday, Sept. 4, and give a program Thursday evening, Sept. 5 at the Prime Beef Festival. Several marches have been se lected for the concert this eve ning, as well as a varied concert program, including • selections from "The Music Man" by Meredith Willson: Brasses Triumphant March Holmes; The Music Man—Will son; Repasz Band March — MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Admitted Tuesday — William Jordan, Roseville; Glenn Holler, Baby Renita Bailey, Mrs. Agnes Lewis, Monmouth; Master Larry Carlson, Alexis. Born Wednesday — Boy to Mr. and Mrs. George Linze, Monmouth. Admitted Wednesday — Mrs. James Murphy, Monmouth. Dismissed Wednesday — Baby Jane Myers, Master Mark Irey, Mrs. Olrve Laughead, Mrs. William Christofferson, Monmouth; Master Larry Carlson, Alexis; Mrs. Bertha Allen, Gladstone and Mrs. Don Mills, Roseville. Lincoln; The Legend of Sleepy Hollow—Bennett; Them Basses March—Huffine; Field of Color March — Bowles; So This Is Dvorak — Buchtel; Westerner March — Richards; Washington Post March — Sousa; Twelfth Street Rag — Bowman; Lights Out March—McCoy, and The Star Spangled Banner—Smith. News Notes Of Toulon TOULON—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lugenbuhl and six daughters of Trenton were callers one day last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schmidt. Mrs. Larry Johnson and her brother, James Olmsted, spent the weekend with Mrs. Johnson's husband Pvt. Larry Johnson at Ft. Knox, Ky. Mrs. Virginia Keller and son Syl visited over the weekend with relatives at Whitewater, Wis. Douglas Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Miller, has returned home after visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burford near Monmouth. READ THE WANT ADS! SMITH'S FOOD MARKET |Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. PHONE 343-9040| WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Monmouth Class of 1938 Has Reunion MONMOUTH — A dinner-dance was held Aug. 10 in the Mahogany Room at the Colonial Hotel to celebrate the 25th year reunion of the class of 1938 from Monmouth High School. There were 64 present, three of whom were guests. The guests were Mrs. Scott Shrode, former Monmouth High School teacher, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pheiffer of Saginaw, Mich. It was voted that the class hold its next reunion either the first or second Saturday in August 1968. The following officers were elected: President, Frank Romano Jr.; first vice president, Mrs. John Schantz (Pauline Hicks); secretary, Mrs. Frances (Birditt) Beverly, and treasurer, Miss Helen C. Weeks, all of Monmouth. The following were present for the reunion: Mr. and Mrs. John D. Anderson, Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. William Arthur, St. Augustine; Mrs. Frances E. Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. John (Pauline Hicks) Schants, Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Margaret Jared) Moore, Mr. and Mrs. George (Mary Lois Renard) Peirce, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Romano Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seaton, John Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheridan, Miss Rosemary Shunick, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Sloss, Miss Helen C. Weeks, all of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Jane 1 Brownell) Howland, Santa Monica, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carrier. Elmwood; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Curry, Milan; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Rosella Filler) Nelson, Dixon; Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. (Barbara Galbreath) White, Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. D. (Nellie Ricketts) Lammerts, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (Wanda Sward) Kreig, all of Galesburg; Mr. arid Mrs. William (Jean Johnson) Schmidt, Evanston; Frederick Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shroyer, Barrington. Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Mary Elizabeth Landuyt) Kennedy, Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Lois Kettering) Moore, Roseville; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene (Alice Long) Wilson, Moline; Mrs. Paul (Mildred Mills) Ryner, Gerlaw; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Peterson, Kansas City. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. A. S. (Ruth Powell) Milliken, Crystal Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Gail (Mavis Roush) Fischer, Rock Island; Miss Vivian Sheldon, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Gcraldine Wilson) Torley, Pontiac, Mich.; Mr. and John (Margaret Walworth) Hafner, Lake Bluff, and Mrs. Saunders (Juanita Winbigler) Reinhard, Arlington Heights. Collision Leads To Speed Charge MONMOUTH — An accident Monday afternoon at 3:30 resulted in arrest of a motorist Wednesday afternoon. Harold Tinder, 42, of 1001 W. First Ave., had stopped behind a car at the intersection of West Fourth Avenue and South H Street when hie auto was struck in the rear by an auto driven by Harold D. Scott, 31, of 1003 W. Fourth Ave. Mrs. Katherine Tinder, wife of the driver, who received neck and back injuries, was treated at a doctor's office and released. Scott was ticketed Wednesday for failure to reduce speed in order to avoid an accident and will have a hearing in police magistrate's court later today. NewHigh School in Roseville Decided ROSEVILLE — In a conference with the architect, Roseville school board members Tuesday evening obtained facts and figures which indicated it would be more economical to build a new high school building than to add to the old one. f Champion Dairy Cow Milk I Sold to Firm at Springfield Benjamin Horn of Rock Island, the architect who has been working with the board on this project, was present and gave the cost comparisons. At the session, board members present were Robert Moore, president; Angeline Cook, Dr. J. F. Palmer and Duane Pratt. Three were on vacation. Other Contracts Awarded From bids submitted to the board, contracts were awarded for three commodities: milk for the lunch program, to the Macomb Dairy; No. 6 oil used in the elementary school building, to the Apex Oil Co. of St. Louis; No. 2 oil used in the high school building to S& B Oil Co. of Monmouth. Two new buses have been purchased for use in the schools and Herman Bruch and Talbus Hayes left early this morning to go to Lima, Ohio, to drive the new buses to Roseville. Shower is Held Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Martin, newlyweds of Roseville, were honored with a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin m Avon. Mrs. Merrill Martin, Mrs. Oscar Benson and Mrs. Robert Gillette assisted as hostesses. The bride received gifts from her many friends who had come from Princeton, Knoxville, Monmouth, Dahinda, Abingdon, Smrthshire, Roseville and Avon. Entertain for Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Paul Perrine and Mr. and Mrs. Harland Ewing entertained in the Perrine home Tuesday evening with a supper and homemade ice cream honoring Mr. and Mrs. Don Simmons, and children Elizabeth, Kim and David, who are visiting here from Grosse Point Farms, Mich. The evening was spent visiting Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 426*2671 and renewing play times of the past. Much merriment was had when Don Simmons played back a tape recording of portions of the evening's conversation recorded on a hidden microphone. Others attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jensen and family, Gerlaw; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gearhart and sons, of Raritan; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simmons and daughter, Ila of Berwick; JoEllen and Christine Worley of Mount Morris; Cathy Lagnese of Abingdon; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Johnson and family and Miss Delia Simmons of Roseville. Roseville Briefs Mrs. Robert H a u s e r , Mrs. James Hussey and Mrs. John Elder of Alexis were recent guests in the home of Mrs. Donald Farr. Mrs. Carl McMurry of Quincy was a weekend guest of Mrs. Charles McMurry. Mrs. McMurry and her guest attended the McMurry reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erie in Warsaw Aug. U. Jon Smith, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, has returned to Iowa City after visiting his parents between summer school and the fall semester. Jon will be a pharmacy senior this fall in the university. Mrs. Frank Pratt has returned to her home from the Burlington Hospital where she submitted to surgery. SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - The milk of champions is being served on Illinois breakfast tables this week. Each morning at 4 a.m. about 650 dairy cows at the Illinois State Fair line up to donate their milk to portable milking machines set up in their barns at the fair. The operation yields about 6,000 pounds of fresh milk produced by animals that have won blue ribbons and trophies in competition at the fair. The animals are milked by about 300 persons who are assigned to take care of them by their owners. The milk is sold to an Illinois firm, Pure Milk Co., where it is bottled and sold WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS "25c WASHED RED POTATOES 20»» 69c AUNT NELLIES Orange Drink 4 & 1.00 SMALL B-B-Q SPARE RIBS .b 45c FIRM RIPE BANANAS -b 10c ROYAL PRINCE W.K. CORN 5 50c BOSTON BUTT PORK STEAK ». 49c LARGE FIRM LETTUCE 10c GIANT SIZE CHEER 69c SKINLESS WEINERS 3*. *1.29 CELLO PACK CARROTS 10c SO-WHITE BLEACH G .. 39c WHITE VINEGAR M . 49c FROZEN Strawberries Box "IT WHIPS" MILNOT 5 COM " 50C 225 Contestants Take Part in Bicycle Race CHICAGO (AP)—Some 225 contestants from 25 states and the District of Columbia will gather for the 43rd annual National Amateur Bicycle championships in suburban Northbrook next week. The entrants will be competing for 23 different awards in the Aug. 23-24 event. Jim Rossi, 27, of Chicago, who has won the national title in the men's division for the last four years, will return to defend his championship. The women's champion, Nancy Burghart, 19, of Jackson Heights, N.Y., also will return. 16th Birthday Celebrated at Little York LITTLE YORK — Mr. and Mrs. James Simonson and family entertained the following people at a potluck dinner in honor of the 16th birthday of their daughter, Joyce, Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Lafferty, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Lafferty and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lafferty and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lafferty and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lafferty and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillbeck and family, of Alexis; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lafferty and family of Alpha and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Boock and daughter Connie of Little York. Little York Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Woolly of Oswego, spent the weekend at the John Haben home. Their grandson, Dale Haben, who had been visiting them the past two weeks, came home with them. Mrs. Clara Perrine, who has been residing at the DeSmith Nursing Home, Aledo, fell recently and broke some ribs. She is a patient at the Aledo Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rohs of Moline, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Davies. Arthur Bellinger of West Burlington, visited relatives here over the weekend. Harry Butman of Rozelle, came Kansans Visit in Avon AVON — Mrs. Paul Martin and two sons of Eldora, Kan., spent last week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Goldie Paradis. Mrs. Barbara Rakestraw of Kewanee also spent Monday at her aunt's home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Auten have purchased the Tom Parker residence on Franklin Street. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Williamson have returned from a vacation trip throughout Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin. Leslie Lohman of Galesburg spent last week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Loise Young. Gene Young is building a new home on the lot he recently purchased from Bob Lake, located between the Lake and Lewis Smick residence. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hovell and family returned this weekend from a vacation trip to Arkansas, reporting on his return that the temperature there was 110 degrees. Aug. 9 to join his family at the H. J. Salmons home. Jay, Jeff and Jon Reynolds spent the weekend near Aledo, with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Petersen. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds, were at the state fair. Buy Choice Quality Knox Co. Raised Beef by the Quarter. FRONT QUARTERS b 44c SIDES OF BEEF b 54c HIND QUARTERS ». 64c Prices include all processing. WEEKEND SPECIAL GERMAN STYLE BOLOGNA 49c lb. Ask about our convenient "deferred payment" plan. Western Zero Locker 456 E. South St. Dial 343-2161 Recognitions Issued in Avon Show Book AVON — It was incorrectly stated in Monday night's Galesburg Register-Mail that the Avon Fat Steer Show book was dedicated to Mrs. Marie Beckner. The book was in memory of Mrs. Beckner and in recognition of the high school music department, school band and chorus. Because of an error in printing the book, the pictures of the band and chorus and Mrs. Beckner were to appear on opposite pages. Smithshire Supper Planned SMITHSHIRE — A potluck luncheon will be held at Smithshire Liberty Hall Saturday evening, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. honoring Rev. and Mrs. Harold Bodeen and family of Mahomet and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beresford and family of Tempe, Ariz. Those who plan to attend were asked to take sandwiches, salad or dessert and table service. The drink will be furnished by the hostesses. through retail to several outlets The same milking routine take place again at 4 p .m. and the entire operation yields about 12,000 pounds a day. The firm has been buying the milk the past four years as a promotion gimmick. Its eventual consumers get the distinction of drinking milk produced from prize animals. Much care is given an animal before it is shown in competition at the fair. Livestock are scrubbed, combed and curried just before the big moment. But a certain breed of pig gets that extra touch. Pigs seem to be the most difficult animals to keep clean. By nature, they root in the dirt and sprawl unglamorously in their pens before showtime, picking up all kinds of dirt. For a Hampshire or other dark- colored pig, it doesn't make too much difference. But for a Chester White who must look as white as the freshly fallen snow, it would seem to pose a problem. Yet when these animals are exhibited in the show ring, they are spotlessly white. A superintendent in the swine barn had the answer. "Do you see how the exhibitor gets his hand white every time he slaps the pig to head it in the right direction? That's because they use talcum powder on them. Sometimes they use cornstarch. They have to use something to keep them white." Want Personal Advice Write To Galesburg's Own enn Penny for your thoughts appears every Tuesday and Friday in the Galesburg Register-Mail No. Public Peerless Mkt. 3426169 ON THE SQUARE NEW PACK HUNT'S PEACHES 4 Lge. $|00 Tins 1 * MANOR HOUSE COFFEE 2 "> S119 Tin | PURE CANE DOMINO SUGAR 5 £59* FOR DIETARY PURPOSES UNSWEETENED JAM FRUITS and SWEET 10 JUICES SOFT WHITE NORTHERN TISSUE 6 ..... 49* FRESH LARGE CELERY or LETTUCE 2 - 29* LARGE YELLOW BANANAS 10* TALL CANS MILNOT 3 - 29* OSCAR MAYER SMALL WIENERS 13 to a Lb , 49* BONELESS LEAN— 2 to 3 -lb. avg. DAINTY HAMS •> 59* OSCAR MAYER MINCED HAM or SPICED HAM—Fully Cooked * 49* FRESH LEAN CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS * 69* FRESH MISSISSIPPI CATFISH a ^ 12 .ox— » 79* FOR COOK OUTS RIB EYE STEAKS BEEF ROAST » 49* -59* PORK SAUSAGE, BOILING BEEF, BABY BEEF LIVER, LARGE CHOPS - 39* URGE FRYERS, BAKER'S, STEWERS, RABBITS FREE DELIVERY—8:30- 10:30-2:30

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