Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 16, 1963 · Page 24
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 24

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 16, 1963
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24 (aolesburg Registef'MQij, Galesburg, III, Friday, Aug. 16,1963 THE FAMILIES of RECENT NEWCOMERS GEORGE THEtSEN Argentina, S. A. ROBERT GREENE West French, Iowa DALE STEVENS Denver, Colorado GLEN BLOMBERG Denver, Colorado MRS. HELEN ALDRICH Burlington, Iowa PAUL GRIST Independence, Missouri REV. JAMES AGEE Pittsfield, Massachusetts REV. CONSTANT JOHNSON Evanston, Illinois REV. ALBERT KIN AS Milwaukee, Wisconsin JOHN KALLERUD Appleton, Wisconsin RUSSELL SQUIRES Quincy, Illinois PAUL HANNA Monmouth, Illinois MARVIN CRAMER Abingdon, Illinois ALEX ANDERSON Sterling, Illinois RICHARD HOBBS Cicero, Illinois WILLIAM YAU Lafayette, Indiana ROBERT MUELLER Des Plaines, Illinois DEE MCQUILLAN Coffeyville, Kansas EUGENE OLSON Detroit, Michigan CLELLA JONES Decatur, Illinois BILL GEER Davis, California HENRY NUNN Paducah, Kentucky PRESTON HORST Moline, Illinois STACY JUNE Rock Island, Illinois RONALD QUIRAM Flanagan, Illinois EDWARD TIMMONS Toledo, Ohio S. E. ROGERS Lincoln, Nebraska JOE DALTON Monmouth, Illinois ANTHONY CRISALLE Highland Park, Illinois K. R. POLK Camp LaJune, N. C. RICHARD REID Keokuk, Iowa JIM SWANSON Dundee, Illinois JOSEPH TERRY Chesterton, Indiana DR. ARTHUR WATSON Twin Falls, Idaho LEE STEWART Pekin, Illinois ROBERT FIALA LaGrange Park, Illinois WALTER BRENNER Minnesota BILL BOEN Denver, Colorado JERRY WILLIAMS Arkansas JERRY EDDINGTON Springfield, Illinois MRS. PAULINE OLSON Ft. Wayne, Indiana JIM CROWLEY Rochester, Indiana JAMES MITCHELL Wichita Falls, Texas EUGENE McGHEE Knoxville, Tennessee JOSEPH BOATWRIGHT Kansas City, Kansas FRED HENNESS Monmouth, Illinois DARWIN WARD South Dakota ROGER DAVIS Elmwood, Illinois JIM CALDWELL Arkansas CHARLES CASHULETTE Milwaukee, Wisconsin JAMES DEEF Marion, Indiana WELCOME To Qalesburg's Schools PUBLIC SCHOOLS The Galesburg Public Schools have long enjoyed an enviable reputation in the State of Illinois. A well qualified staff, and experimentation in modern instructional procedures provides a constantly improving program. The senior high school is housed in a completely modern new building costing over $3,000,000. The George Churchill Junior High School is also a new building, while the Lombard Junior High School is modern, and has had recent remodeling accomplished. Enrollments are approximately 4,000 in elementary units, 1,000 each in the Junior Highs and 1,600 in the Senior High School. Transportation is furnished to all children living more than one and one*half miles from the nearest school In modern buses owned by both the school district and the Galesburg Coach Lines. Busses will start their regular routes at the CLOSE of the first full school day. Adequate cafeteria facilities are provided in the Senior High School both junior high schools, all rural attendance units, and Cooke and Allen Park Schools within the City. Almost 500,000 meals were served in all cafeterias during the school year 1962-63. Standardized testing programs in the school indicate that superior educational achievement has been attained by those attending school in this district. A wide program of extra-curricular activities is maintained in both junior and senior high school. Questions relative to enrollment or any other matters may be referred to the board of educafion office at 590 N. Prairie Street, 343-1151, or to any building principal. PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS The two elementary and one parochial high schools operate on an 8-4 system. Enrollment last year totaled around 1200 students and increased enrollment this year is anticipated. All three schools have hot lunch programs and will start serving the first full day of school. Parochial students are looking forward to the opening one year hence of the new Costa High School to be built north of Immaculate Heart of Mary on North Broad St. The Christian Brothers and Sisters of Providence will comprise the faculty. Galesburg Schools Open Tuesday, September 3rd Registration Students entering the first grade must be six (6) years of age prior to December 1, 1963. All elementary schools will-be open after Monday, August 26 for enrollment purposes. Elementary school principals will be on duty on or before that date- Junior and Senior Public High School students who failed to register last spring should do so with their building principal at any time beginning Monday, August 19. Textbook and rental fees will be paid in the proper building at the time of enrollment, or in accordance with special directions from the building principal. Corpus Christi High School has orientation on August 26th and 27th for all students. Physical and Dental Exams In accordance with state school laws, students in grades 1, 5, and 9 must have physical and dental examinations prior to the opening of school. In addition all students entering this school for the first time who have transferred from other states must present physical and dental examination slips regardless of grade. Galesburg Senior High School 11 n s ,(*,. Immaculate Heart of Mary School Teacher Orientation All teachers NEW to district 205 will report for duty at 9:00 A.M. on Thursday, August 29 at the George Churchill Junior High School Library for an orientation program. An orientation program for new teachers of parochial schools will be held in Peoria August 23rd. The Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a luncheon for the new teachers and all principals and administrators to be held at noon on Thursday, August 29. GALESBURG HAS: 16 Public Elementary Schools --Grades 1 to 6 2 Parochial Elementary Schools -Grades 1 to 8 2 Public Junior High Schools—Grades 7-8-9 1 Public Senior High School Grades 10 to 12 1 Parochial Senior High School-Grades 9 to 12 BROWNS BUSINESS COLLEGE KNOX COLLEGE NEWCOMERS, THESE LEADING GALESBURG FIRMS WELCOME YOU NEWCOMER SPONSORS send their NEWCOMER GREETING SERVICE hostesses, Mrs. Harold Canada or Mrs. Dale Sward with gifts, services, and information about Galesburg to help you in getting started in your new community. They sponsor The Newcomber Club whose purpose is the development of fellowship among new residents and their assimilation into civic life and social activities of the community. GRAND ROLLER RINK 1855 East Knox 342-3812 HINCHLIFF and PEARSON FUNERAL HOME 287 N. Broad 343-2101 JASPERSONS' MAPLE and MODERN SHOP 1087 N. Henderson 342-4613 LUCKY BOY BAKERY 551 E. Main 342-4166 BACHERS CLEANERS 53 East Simmons 342-2312 CAE SUPER VALU 1330 N. Henderson 342-5518 C&F ELECTRIC REPAIR 829 East Main 342-6813 NORGE CLEANING VILLAGE 1120 N. Henderson 343-9592 FIRST GALESBURG NAT'L. BANK & TRUST CO. 200 E. Main 342-4112 CITY-WIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL 291 S. Academy 343-8665 CLARK DRUG STORE 755 West Main 342-4169 DICK JOHNSON TIRE and BATTERY West Main at Maple 343-8787 NYMAN SONS JEWELERS 56 N. Prairie 343-5412 PARK DRIVE DAIRY 595 N. Whitesboro 343-2149 NORTHGATE LANES 1576 N. Henderson 342-6171 GALESBURG SOFT WATER CO. 175 N. Cherry 342-3117 GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS 141 N, Seminary 342-3194 STATE FARM INSURANCE Bud Nelson 7 West Main 342-4816 EDWARD LISHMAN Elmwood, Illinois HUGH DUTEL Denver, Colorado R. TOM WILLIAMS Peoria, Illinois DON DENNISTON Chicago, Illinois MARTIN SCHROCK Ames, Iowa ELLIS HODSON Colchester, Illinois REV. ORIN WATSON Monroe, Washington DAN BIDDINGER Hannibal, Missouri TOM CRAIG Boulder, Colorado JOHN CLAY Elmwood, Illinois JAMES COURTNEY Chicago, Illinois GOEBEL FRENCH Burlington, Iowa MIKE WOOD Quincy, Illinois LONNIE COOK Chillicothe, Illinois HERBERT HAMM Moline, Illinois BILL HOLLER Davenport, Iowa HARRY NOWELL Lancestershire, England MRS. PHYRNE HODGES Virginia SAM WOOLWINE Narrows, Virginia GAYLORD BORST Waukegan, Illinois RICHARD TUCKER Bridgeton, Missouri

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