Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 17, 1973 · Page 29
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 29

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 17, 1973
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Roseville Boy Scouts Will Raise Funds for Jamboree Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesbjurg,.Ill, Thursday^ Moy 17, 1973 29 ROSEVILLE - Roseville boy scouts 1*111 MU Ucketa to the annual chlcfcm barbecue, to help finance attendance at the Boy Scout Jarnboree this summer. Serving of the barbecue will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 13, at Roseville Park. Sponsored by the Roseville Chafflbef of Commerce, the barbecue is a part of the annual Business Appreciation Day observed each year, litis is a day set aside by the businessmen of the town to express their appreciation to all customers and friends. The first event in conjunction with the Sesquicentcnnial celebration will be the old-fashioned style show, to be presented at intermission time, during the band concert, given by the Roseville High School Band. Members of Chapter U of TTT voted to enter a float in the Sesquicentennial celebration parade here, Aug. 4, when they met at the Holiday Inn, Macomb recently. Mrs. Ben Lee and Mrs. Carroll Henderson are Church Women Conduct Retreat At Lake Warren MONMOUTH - A total 159 women from 41 churches in the Galesburg District.of United Methodist Women met Wednesday at Lake Warren for a spiritual life retreat. Mrs. Lloyd Weaver of Geneseo, district Spiritual Life Chairman, conducted t h e meeting. The women met in the morning as a group for devotions then divided into smaller groups for Bible study, meditation and discussions. Following lunch, they again gathered as a group for further discussion. Mrs. Guy Fair,, a resident at Lake Warren and a member of the board, said this was the first such retreat in the Galesburg District. Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. 0. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 is a ville. former resident of Rose' co-chairmen of the project committee. The club voted $15 to the Campership Fund. Convention reports were given by TTT State President Mrs. Dorothy Eichner of Waynesville, and Mrs. Adalaide Carpenter, state historian, who wore special guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Doren Adams, Mrs. Harold Winters and Mrs. John Ockert. The next meeting of the chapter will be May 24, at 7:30 p.m., at the Rose Room, with Mrs. Eugene Tinker, hostess. Miss Dora Stout will celebrate her 93rd birthday June 20. Miss stout presently resides at the Applegate Inn, Monmouth, and Officers Seated Miss Debbie Walfe, a student Of St. Louis Christian College, and a representative Of Illinois Children's Christian Home West Branch of Macomb, will serve as missionary at the Roseville Christian Church Daily Vacation Bible School, June 4-15. "How' Well Do You Know Western Illinois?" is the title of the talk to be given by Hiram Brownell Sr., at the meeting of the Warren County Historical Society, Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room of the Community National Bank, Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adkisson are chairmen of the hospitality committee. Saturday is clean-up day at the Roseville museum. All who can, are being asked to clean the museum in preparation for opening day. Work day will start at 9 a.m., and cleaning equipment will be needed ... and probably a sack lunch. Warren Achievement School is going to be represented at the Olympics for Handicapped Youth at Chicago Friday. Attending will be, rear from left, David Sprague, Sandy Reeves, Lynell Rippatoe, Sally McVey, Shelly Hines, WAS Olympic Team Laval Richey, Hiram Brownell Jr., WAS instructor, Bill Thompson, coach, and Mrs. Mary Alice Toal, girls coach. Front row from left, Randy Schisler, Bruce Shimmin, Marvin Brockett, Mike Vaglica and Jim Fuller. Vacant Village Board Post o* Is Filled by Joy Trustees Present Plaque Russell Shees, left rear, president of the Western Illinois Shrine Club, and Hiram Brownell Sr., right rear, secretary, presented a memorial plaque for sportsmanship Wednesday to Warren Achievement School. The plaque was given as a tribute to the late L. Vincent King. Mrs. King, center, presented the award to Tom Stansbury, left front, and Randy Schisler, right, the first WAS students to have their names inscribed on the plaque. Area's Shrine Club Gives King Plaque to Facility READ THE WANT ADS! JOY - Howard Wttken has been appointed to fill a 2-year vacancy on the Joy Village Board of Trustees to serve out •the term of Richard Treat, who has moved from the village Before the stert of the hoard's May 7 meeting, Rex Mc- In'tire wais seated for his fourth term as president!;, and Carl Dixon Jr. was named president pro torn. Curtis Ooberly was installed for his (first (term as village clerk. Other trustees given the oaflh of office were Clifford Wakeland and William McKanna. An appropriation ordinance was adapted to use $10,500 in motor fuel tax funds to maintain village streets. The board voted to order 300 wheel tax Slickers which will be sold be lore an Aug. 1 deadline, PARALEE'S APPAREL 900 So. Main, Monmouth, III. Here you'll find the largest selection of famous brand name fashions within hundreds of miles. COATS • SUITS • ENSEMBLES • SPORTSWEAR • SEPARATES • DRESSES • RAINWEAR • PANT SUITS • FORMALS • ACCESSORIES • JEWELRY • PURSES • SCARFS • GLOVES Sizes to Fit Everyone 6-20, 10^-26%, 5-15, 38 -54 Thousands To Select From! SUITS, JACKET DRESSES Ensembles All Sizes Spring Coots LARGE SELECTION Reduced Look At • I'Aiglon # Butte Knitf # Oomani Knits • RJ>K Originals # Forever Young f> London Fog • Mendell's f) Tony Todd Thtto Brand Names # Jonathan Logan # Mary Lane f) Herbert Levy f) Bobby Jean # Sleeker Street # Brook Valley # Ivan frederich* # Lethe Pomer Julie Wyn Barnesville Edith Flagg She ShelU Nellie Don Fairfield Froelich Named to committees were New Life Rally Dixon, MbKanna end Clifford, R AM Ji water and sewer; Neil Swan- Location WOVea son, 'Wakeland and Howard T» g~*\.^„„ a „.~. Willsen, street and alley; Dixon, : f"P IrymnOBlUm WMsen and MoKanna,-health; McK'annia, Oad Dixon and Kenneth Dixon, liquor; Wakeland, Swanson and Kenneth Dixon, police, and Wiilsen, Swan&on and Oari Dixon, ordinance. Village board and fire department inem>bers Were invited to an Illinois Power Oo.-spon- somed meeting on emergency gas and light operation at the Community Club building May 14. Westoner senior and junior high schools choir made a second stereo recording recently at <tihe Fredo Studios, Davenport. The choirs, under the direction of John Beekman, recorded a number of selections ranging from spiritual to contemporary rook. MONMOUTH—The location of the New Life Rally scheduled for Saturday has been changed from the Sunny Lane Athletic Field to the gymna* sium at Monmouth College. Rev. David Nicholson, pastor ol the First Baptist Church at Monmouth, said today the location change is being made because it is feared the weather may not be satisfactory for an outdoor rally. The New Life Rally is now scheduled to begin Saturday at 7:47 p.m. at the college gym. Features will include Ray Hildebrand, recording artist; the Good News Singers, a trio specializing in folk-gospel music; and a rock-gospel group „ , , called the Harvesters. Copies of ithe recording may be purchased (from any choir n i*. n T» member or at the Joy unit oailttlt OOO-DOO school office. BURLINGAME, Calif. (UPI) ™, * *u ma. i _> — °ne of two bandits holding Ptas tor the 18th annual pork tne Ve i vet Turtle Restauran t barbecue : were made when Joy took a turn as th { , ed Community Club members met h police arrived during the MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hospital Admissions Tuesday: Kenneth Brownlee, Oquawka; W. Dale Hanson, Galesburg; O. Wayne Griffitts, Biggsville; Francis Gavin, Little York; Mrs. Herman Deisinger, Finice Atwell, Monmouth. Dismissals Tuesday: David Gillen, Mrs. Pearl Robinson, Martin Claycomb, Mrs. Ronald Needham, Monmouth; Mrs. Mildred Rowley, Kirkwood; DuWayne Brown, Alexis; Mrs. George Gibbs, Smithsbire, MONMOUTH - Hiram Brownell Sr., secretary of the Western Illinois Shrine Club, Wednesday presented Warren Achievement School with a memorial plaque for sportsmanship as a tribute to the late L. Vincent King, former Warren County treasurer and member of the Shrine. Brownell said, "I know that each year you have a student or students who exhibit out-1 state title, standing sportsmanship and it| Participating in the Olympic is our wish that they be recog- events will be Nancy Bersted, nizecfl annually by having their Monmouth, swimming; Marvin names engraved on this L. Vin- Brockett, Gulfpgrt, swimming; MONMOUTH Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For News 412 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies Before 6 P. M. Phone 734 4121 cent King Memorial Award for Sportsmanship plaque." Mrs. King, of near Monmouth, then presented the plaque to Tern Stansbury and Randy Schisler, the winner? of the sportsmanship award this year. The presentation of the plaque gnd the award was made at a pep rally in preparation for the Jim Fuller, Aledo, track and field; Shelly Hines, Monmouth, swimming; Sally McVey,"Monmouth, swimming; Sandy Reeves, Alexis, swimming; Laval Richey, Monmouth, swimming; Lynell Rippatoe, Galesburg, track and field; Randy Schisler, Monmouth; track and field; Bruce Shimmin, Rose Olympics for Handicapped atfe.*^ Chicago Friday. " Warren. Achievement School will send 15 students to the Olympics and its boys 100-yard The group will leave Monmouth Thursday and will spend that day at the Museum of Science and Industry. They will camp out in a church at Hinsdale Thursday night, compete on Friday and return home that evening. : Chaperones will include Bill Thompson, track and field coach, Mrs. Mary Alice Toal, coach of the girls swim team, Aleta Bacon, Bill Bersted, Judy Bersted, Chad McKenna, and Becky Smith. freestyle relay team Will be try ing for its third consecutive _ . . , Also honored at the pep as- Galesburg, swimming, and sembly yesterday was WAS stu- Dave Sprague, Monmouth, l dent - Eric willitt) o£ New Bo5 . swimming. - tt on - i .- W ha was presented with a 'This js~the first time girls.special sportsmanship award from WAS have participated in j from the Warren Achievement the Olympics. School staff. Phone Company Wary of Package CINCINNATI (UPI) - A Budget, Building Work Reviewed By Valley Board young woman walked into the FAIRVIEW — Spoon River J parking lots, driveways andjing year and Kenneth William May 8. robbery. SAVE Thursday* Friday, Saturday THE NON-CLINS LONG SLIP Sptolal a.»o Lovely Antronlll® nylon in a sleek, full-length half slip. Carefree white frosted with lace trim on hem and slit. Also available in non- clin gtaffeta with scalloped embroidery trim. Special 2.90. Large Free Parking Area Open 9 AM to 5 PM Fri. Til 8:30 Barbecued pork chops will be Officers arrested Carl Steu served each day during *heben, 20, a shipyard worker event, which wil be heJd June from Ontario, Calif., in the 21-23 at Joy Park. ladies' rest room. Other events planned include a Little Princess contest for girls 8-12 years old, a. teen dance Thursday might at the pavilion, a parade Saturday afternoon and a Saturday night dance. Club at Gilson Installs Officers At Annual Meet GILSON — Mrs. Dale Brown was installed ais president of the Gilson Ladies Aid Society ait its annual guest day and luncheon May 9. Other officers ins tallied to serve for ithe coming year were Mrs. Everett Emken, vice presdidenit; Mrs. Bob Putnam, secretary, and Mrs. Joanne Clark, treasurer. Mrs. Esther Terpening was installing officer. Named to committees were Evelyn Weshfaii, reporting; Madge Snell, sunshine; Velda Puitniam, nursing home; Alice Lesier, program; Leona Bushong, Christian Women United; Laura Slegall, visitation, and Opal Bumaugh, ways and means. Gilson Grade School students took field 'trips during the past week. Stademits in the first three grades visited the potato chip lacitory ait Pairtnington, Big Creek Park and Soidwedel's Dairy at Canton on May 7. Fourth, filth and sixth graders visited 'the museum and planetarium ait Peoria on May 8. Hashish, a narcotic, is made from the tops and tender parts of hemp. downtown Cincinnati Bell Tele- Valley School District 4's Board Phone Co. office Wednesday of Education, at a meeting May and handed a service represen- 14 > reviewed the budget and estimated at $8,645. tative a gaily wrapped pack- P r °g ress of two new buildings! Total assessed valuation of age. "Here it is. You know what schools, and Gene Morgan, proj- you can do with it," the woman e ct director, reviewed the proj- said as she left quickly. ect for board members. Bills totaling $247,112 were approved. Pumpkins originated in Mexi- The board tabled, for further under construction. the district for the current year Ercil Little, superintendent of is $20,344,573, according to a walkways at the new school site, son as Valley Elementary Cost of the project has been School principal —Renewed membership in the Illinois High School Assn. —Approved paying half the cost of sending four girls to report given the board. The amount is down $2,688,779 from the previous year. In other business, the board: —Hired Jo Katherine Potter co and Central America. study, a proposal for lighting'as- unit librarian for the com- cheerleading camp. —Purchased a wrestling mat. —Agreed to send letters to parents who have not yet paid for textbooks and fees for the current year. MEMORIAL SHOT SAVE Thursday, Friday. Saturday SUIT YOURSELF and SAVEI 3.90 to 8.SO 6.00 and 7.00. A collection of lithe short and long sleeved suits — western looks, classic button downs with collar and cuffs, turtleneck ribs in sleek lambskin, Banlon® and nylon. Wanted colors in solids and contrasting patterns. S'M-L and A-B.

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