Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 20, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 20, 1963
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High Bids, Low Income Rate Stall City Waterworks Job ,MONM0UIH~Work on (he fartillatlon of an ttri* tor it the north well of the city water department will toe delayed indefinitely as the result of discussion at Monday night's meeting of the City Council. Two bids were received, and as both were consider* ably bvet the amount budgeted for the improvement, the water committee, composed of Aldermen Don. Enslow, James Melvin and George Thorbeck, recommended that both bids be rejected. Mayor Allan Walters disagreed with the committee's recommendation. He said the water depart-! rnehtftt&fbe kept in good oper-: atlng conchtion-and thai, Jf «eces-j sdry/water rates shoiddbe-ralsj «dT, esp 'eciaHy'for-users outside ^0 ftfe'city'limltsilottfovide income n&es^aryto maintain the water apartment: 111 the discussion that followed it was finally agreed to delay action oil the bids until the next meeting of the council. During the intervening time, efforts wUl be made to raise the necessary finances.' , To, ftepalr Tank ~A bid -of' -$5,996 - received from the Reliable Waterproofing Co. of Rock Island was accepted by the council to repair the elevated water the "south' well. Action on this '• had /been carried over, from last" council meeting when bids were opened. . . • Scheduled for last night's meeting: had been; the opening of bids ficur a nerf boiler in the city hall tiiit, due to objections .by Alderman, Erislow as, to specifications included m the bids, a motion by Alderman Virgil Shaub that bids 1 be held over until the next meeting was approved. .The council members who have been feuding with the mayor over hospital board appointments continued .their opposition to the.ap- pointment of Roy .Baynes and Michael ^Ronjaoo, fgd the mayor repeated:, i^iit'^fferjni:. appoint, Jjpsntg,!; ^ter^bj^kj^ping the two as-active-taembers of the hospital -board;"' Delay tot Purchase Mayor Walters reported that he had conferred with Edwin Beaty concerning the possibility of the . city's J*ying A- Vacant Jot, owned by Beaty on South First' Street adjacent to the recently purchased Jerden property. Walters said that Beaty had set a price of $8,500 for the lot; but he said that, due to physical characteristics of the lot, expenses would be quite high in developing U for a parking lot. After tome discunkm it was agreed to postpone action until disposition was made of financing the improvement at the north well. The city has been operating without an authorised budget' since.thO beginning of the fiscal period in May due to the refusal: o r the council to approve a proposed budget of the mayor's, and the mayor's veto of an amended budget submitted by the council. District Has MONMOUTH -r A present enrollment of 549 students was reported at Monday night's Board of Education meeting for District 222 at Warren School. Of the total number, 70 are enrolled at the Cameron 'Grade School, 181 in Warren High School and 296 in Warren Grade School.. : in other business transacted at last nightVmeeting the board approved a list of bus drivers for the coming year and 15 substitute teachers. Bids for No. 5 heating oil to b» used in the district were opened, with the Kinney Oil Co. of Monmouth receiving the bid at 9.49 cents per gallon. The board also approved a list of new equipment purchases, totaling $8,167. This amount is for the entire district including grade and high school furniture and other educational equipment. Clinton Hagemann, district superintendent, said this morning a district-wide faculty meeting will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock at Warren School, and aKll o'clock separate grade and high school meetings .will be held. Teachers will spend the remainder of the day working in classrooms. Opening of Cameron School and Warren High and Grade schools will be Monday morning at 8:45 Hot lunch will be aerved that day, with school to be dismissed at 2:30. Eleven bus routes will be running this year and each student will receive a letter indicating the time he is to board the bus. .Alderman Enslow preaented a rth vised btdget to the council last evening and moved that it be approved and the council concur' red. No indication was made by the mayor at last night's meeting as to whether this new budget met with his approval, i Enslow presented a request to the council for a refund of $14.81 received from Wfiliam Powell who nad ponstructed a new home on East Third Avnue and presumably had hooked onto a city sewer v -As at turned out there was' no sewer and ht evidently had been connected to a drain die. He asked the refund of the sewer tax and the council seemed to think his request was logical and approved. Billy Graham Australia Film Will Be Shown MONMOUTH—Evangelist Billy Graham's newest feature-length dramatic film, "Shadow of the Boomerang," will have its Monmouth showing Sunday, Aug. 25, at 8 p.m. at the Monmouth Park band shell. Starring vivacious Georgia Lee and television's Buffalo Bill Jr., Dick Jones, "Shadow of the Boomerang** is an outdoor action picture with all of the excitement and breath-taking scope of the land, "down under." Setting for the screen drama is Australia's 'Outback," the continent's vast interior region where some of the world's largest cattle stations are located. Filmed against the backdrop of the Billy Graham Australian Crusades, "Shadow of the Boomerang" seeks to underline the Godly reaction to human crises and conflicts. Spokesman for the Christian position is Billy Graham, seen in dramatic Crusade footage photographed at the site of the Evangelist's record- bi -aking crowds in Melbourne and Sydney. The new picture will be shown free of charge under the auspices of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Film Ministry. Post Square Dance Circle Square B Club of Burlington rill sponsor a square dance St rday from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. at the dance hall located seven miles south of Burlington on U.S. 61. Kenny Wandt of Bettendorf, will be the caller. MONMOUTH CetNfMI tot IfffWi FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Goitsbura Reflister-Moi), Goftsbura. Ill Tuesday, Auo. 20, 1963 7 Contest Explorers Return to Roseville from Tour ROSEVILLE - The eight Explorer Scouts and leader, Victor Manuel, have returned from the canoe trip through the 'Superior .National Forest in .the northern, etates-aad- -the--Queeee--Pr»vin«al Park in Ontario, Canada. This trip climaxed a year of planning and working to raise the funds to finance this trip. The boys vho went on the trip were Mark Costello, Mike Green, Gary Lewis, Milford Renner, BUI Moore, John Hupp, John Babcock and Ed spry. .... ' Wins at Fair Miss Martha Stoneburner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.; Lawrence Stoneburner,, received. first place at the Illinois State Fair in the Junior Department 4-H Club Horse and Pony Division on Thursday when she showed'her yearling filly, Stormy Day Twist, in the halter class. She also was awarded third place in the Western Pleasure class, riding her horse, Frosty Do. Miss Stoneburner has won many prizes in central Illinois horse shows this season. Auction Set Sept, 7 The Methodist Church of Roseville will hold its annual Building Fund Auction at Eldridge Park on Saturday, Sept. 7, starting at 11 a.m. Morton L. Pratt will act as auctioneer for the sale and Wayne. Murphy as 'grounds superintendent: The refreshment stand will be sponsored by the Rachel and Esther circles of the WSCS. The bakery goods booth 'Will be spon-. sored by the Rutji Circle. The Country Store will fee in the hands of the Rebecca and.Naomi circles. The rummage sale directed by the Wesleyan 'jjerviee Guild. The Junior MYF will have the candy booth, and the hardware division will be under the direction of Wayne Murphy. . All income from the auetjon will go directly to apply on the building fund note. Watsons Have Reunion The Watson family reunion was held in RoseyiUi on Sunday. Because of cool weather the dinner was served in the Woman's Club Building, instead of in the park as ori|inally planned. Fifty-two ANN LARSON Phone 4264671 were present with four families absent due to vacation conflicts. > The youngest present was Lisa Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Watson. Harlan Watson, 85, was the oldest member of the family present. The Milan Watson family from Oquawka and the John Watson family from Preemption came the greatest distance to attend the reunion. Roseville Briefs A number of Roseville people attended the reunion of pupils and teachers and patrons of Science Hall School, District No. 4 of Kelly Township, which was held in the Warren County Farm Bureau Building in Monmouth Sunday. Mrs. Frank Hennenfent was on the planning committee for the gathering. Bonnie Hutson is spending the week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Stein- mates in Peoria. Mrs. Cleva Sturgeon of Monmouth, visited on Monday in the home of hep. daughter's family, the Chris Balmers. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Balmer and SOB , Ricki visited on Sunday with Palmer 's father, Carl Balmer of Phoiie Booth at Roseville Robbed MONMOUTH - Paul Bradley, manager of the General Telephone Co. at Monmouth, reported to Roy Hartley, Warren County sheriff, Monday that another phone booth coin box had been broken into. Latest target was the booth at Eldredge Park in Roseville, where Bradley estimated $15-$2P was taken from the box and considerable damage done to the booth. A week ago a similar rejjprt was made by Bradley, regarding S Dhone booth in Kjripwuod Aledo. They also called on die Weir Brokaw family at Joy. Janet Tate and Karen Askew of Good Hope, spent Friday and Saturday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Alberts. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Meadows and daughter, Janie, spent several days last week in Chicago. Miss Charleen Macy of Denver, is a guest this week of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Larson. The Advisory Board of the Baptist Church will meet at - the church Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bradley of Swan Creek have returned home from- a-two-week vacation in Ohio and New York. While in New York they visited Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Metz, who are now living near Utica. The Rev. Mr. Metz is the former pastor of the Roseville, Baptist Church. The Colonial Bridge Club will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs, R. F. Fisher on South Main Street. Richard Lynn Fears and Diane Beeler of San Diego were married in Los Angeles July 22 and are making their home there. He is employed by the Leeds Shoe Co. in Hollywood. Fears was recently honorably discharged from the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Birdsell and Jeanette have returned from a short vacation trip into northern Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hartsell visited over the weekend with relatives in New Windsor. Jo Ellen and Christine Worley of Mount Morris have returned home after several days with their grandparents, the Arthur Rays and other relatives. Mrs. Lee Hobbs has returned to her home in Wichita after spending several weeks with hex sister, Mrs. Mayme Pratt, during her recent illness- Mrs. Georgia Babcock spent last week visiting with her sons, Millard and William Perry in Galesburg. Miss Patricia Bellinger will complete the summer term at Parsons College Aug. 23 and will be home for a two-week intermission before the beginning of the faU term. Serviceman From Alexis Is Re-assigned ALEXIS — Albert Mentzer, son of Mrs. Margaret Mentzer, who has been in the service 15 years, will attend intelligence and language school at Baltimore, Md„ preparatory to leaving for Viet Nam. His wife and two children have moved to Alexis and will reside in the John Floyd property, near the high school, and the children will attend Alexis grade school. Alexia Briefs Mr.- and Mrs. Leslie Baker Jr., Kent and Carl and her parents of Pittsfield, visited at home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Baker Friday,, on their way home from vacation trip to, Minnesota. Miss Frances Matson of Peoria spent a weekend visiting friends in Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stone of Seattle, Wash., are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayhew and Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Mosley spent Wednesday at state fair at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Swope entertained her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Struthers and children of Grand Rapids, Mich., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Struthers of Monmouth at dinner recently. Miss Judy Van fleet spent a few days with her girl friend in Mendota. Mr. and Mrs. James Calhoun, Julie and Jeffry, of Tolona, are on vacation With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Calhoun of Monmouth. Mothers of World War II Unit 61, will meet Aug. 22 at 7:30 p.m at the home of Mrs. Rollo Me Knight. Mr. .and Mrs. Harley Robbins and family of Albany, Ga., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Donnelly, and Mrs Margaret Robbins and other relatives. Allen Robbins of Dubuque also is visiting his mother and brother here. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Allen of Mason City, Iowa, returned to their home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs'. Kenneth Patterson, several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Alstedt and daughters returned home Wednesday from a 10-day vacation trip to Houston, Tex. They also visited Francis McQueston family, former Alexis residents, at Howard, Kan., and Mrs. Alstedt's brother at Liberty, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. William Alstedt and family have returned from visiting relatives at Phoenix, Ariz., and Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Betty Bohan returned home Sunday from 2-month tour of Europe. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Bohan and family left Friday to spend several days with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Tracewell of Paducah, Ky. Mrs. Kathleen Poe of Rock Springs, Ind., is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Denton. Class Served Meal Eighteen members of Home Builders Class of Alexis Evangelical United Brethren Church motored to Moline Sunday following church services and held a smorgasbord at LeClaire Hotel. Later, some went bowling, visited airport and some visited relatives. Those attennding were Rev. and Mrs. Orrell Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott, Mr. and Mrs. John Luker, Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hall, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Line and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Moberg. Plan Event to Hear Talk by McLoskey MONMOUTH — Final arrangements for a luncheon meeting to be held Sept. 14 at the National Cafe in Roseville, were made Sunday at a meeting of officers, board of directors and precinct committeewomen of the Warren County Republican Women 's Club, held at the home of the president, Mrs. Everett Bowman. Robert T. McLoskey will be the principal speaker at the luncheon. Any . Republican woman who wishes to attend may eon- tact her precinct committee* woman for a ticket to the affair. Mrs. Pearl Lincoln will be chairman of the decorating committee for the luncheon, assisted by Mrs. Robert Livisey, Mrs. Harold Patch, Mrs. Robert Adkisson and Mrs. Ralph Volk. Mrs. Richard Fears will be chairman of the menu committee and she will be assisted by Mrs. Carr Ray. Mrs. Bowman announced that several women from Warren County Republican Women's Club are planning to attend the Silver Anniversary meeting of the Illinois Federation of Republican Women to be held Sept. 10-13 at the Conrad Hilton hotel in Chicago, at which Sen. Barry Goldwater will be the principal speaker. Mrs. Donald Watt, treasurer, gave the financial report of the club and told each precinct committeewoman to organize her workers . because renewal of membership to the club is now in order and doubling of membership is being urged. Mrs. Bowman closed the meeting by inviting the women for refreshments from a beautifully- appointed table, centered with white gladioli in a fan-shaped arrangement. Mrs. Clarence Gittings served punch from a German cut glass bowl that is an heirloom from Mrs. Bowman's family. Set Miller Reunion NORTH HENDERSON - The Chauncey S. and Margaret J. Miller reunion will be held Aug. 25 at Lake Storey. Potluck dinner will be served at 1 p.m. Lemonade and coffee will be furnished. Committee in charge comprises Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Miller of Woodhull. RETURN FROM TRIP MONMOUTH - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wehering and Doris have recently returned home from a ten- day vacation. The Weherings' first visited the Dells in Wisconsin and then to Niagara Falls, Gettysburg, Pa., and Washington, D. C. where they saw points of interest. They returned home by way of New Bedford, Ohio. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 4-H'erg Tour Monmouth Establishments Members of the Stitch 'N' Stir 4-H Club went on their annual tour Aug. 12. They visited the Formfit Factory in Monmouth. After going through the dairy in Monmouth, they were treated to an ice cream bar. Following lunch at Monmouth Park they toured the Monmouth Pottery. Two girls from the Galesburg area are emonf Che nine dough* ten of dairy farmers from UuvUgnuui luinoB wno wui con* verge on nwuiiuiigiwii on oaiur* day for the IMS eontiat to deter* i the new Illinois Dairy rnnccss. Judy GriswoM of Cokhetter H uw couiesianc representing tne McDonough County Firm Bureau. McLean County 's Dairy Princess It Patricia Johnson of Brimfleld. The contest, sponsored by the American Dairy Association of Illinois, will be staged at the till' nois House, with the McLean County Dairy Promotion Commit* tee as host. The ADA of Illinois Dairy Princess will serve as ambassador* of goodwill for the entire dairy Industry, a role filled with considerable distinction for the past two years by Miss Patricia Hogan, Ringwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan. When the ADA decided not to have an Illinois contest a year ago, the board of directors asked Miss Hogan to serve as Illinois Dairy Princess for a second year. From 1966 to 1961, the ADA of Illinois conducted the state contest and is resuming the competition after a one-year lapse. Nine contestants have been en tered, MHton Geuther, manager of ADA of Illinois, said today. Entered to date, beside those from Brimfield and Colchester, are the following: Cheryl Kay Marshall, Liberty, Adams County Farm Bureau; Cheryl Beth Smith, Oswego, Fox Valley Local of PMA; Dana Kay Kyburz, Forrest," Forrest Dairy Day Association; Midge Olbrich, Harvard, McHenry County' Dairy Promotion Council; Marilyn Call, Washington, Parish 3 of the Illi nois Jersey Cattle Club; Patricia Ann Brown, Caledonia, Boone- Winnebago Black & White Holstein Club, and Carol Flatness, Morris, Kankakee District Black & White Holstein Club. Activity begins at 12 noon Saturday, Aug. 24, with Miss Hogan serving as hostess for the 1963 contestants. The ADA is sponsoring the get-acquainted luncheon. Judges will begin their work in the afternoon, scoring the candidates on such points as personality, figure and face beauty, pose, ability to speak, and dairy farm knowledge, background and ex perience. Contestants xnuat be daughters of dairy fanners, 17-25 years of age, a high school graduate,.never married and available for personal appearances. Each girl will give a five-minute talk before the judges and others attending the contest, Geuther said. Girls will appear in street dresses and in formals. They will also talk with each judge individually to give judges the maximum opportunity to evaluate each candidate's abilities. A 6:45 p.m. dinner is being ar- Judy GriswoM ranged by the local hosts and the winner will be announced to climax the banquet. The new Illinois Dairy Princess will be eligible to compete in the National ADA Dairy Princess Contest in Mhuni, Fla., this fall. Previous ADA of Illinois Dairy princesses include: Judith Lewis, Fowler, 1956; Barbara . Corson, Pleasant Plains, 1957; ,Maryann Granger, McHenry, 1958,' Dorothy Olbrich, Harvard, 1959; Christine Harrison, Princeville, 1960, and Patricia Hogan, 1961 and 1962. In addition to the right to vie in the national contest, the Illinois Dairy Princess will receive a trophy and up to $200 for clothing expenses. Miss Johnson, whose family and friends call her Pat, lives on a farm northeast, of Brimfield with her parents, brother, and two sisters. She was .graduated last term from Illinois State Normal University with a bachelor's degree in special edu cation for the physically hand! capped. Her college activities included Special Education Club, House Presidents' Board, and vice presidency of Kappa Delta Epsilon national honorary education society local chapter. This September she will be doing graduate study at ISNU'. where she has been awarded a graduate assistantship at .the Psychological Test' Service. , MONMOUTH HOSPITAL Patricia Johnson PATRICIA HOGAN, Illinois Dairy Princess, enjoys one of her favorite dairy products as she awaits the 1963 American Dairy Association of Illinois Dairy Princess Contest at Bktomington, Saturday, Aug. 24. Patricia, daughter of a. Ringwood, McHenry County, farmer, ends a two-year reign as the ambassador of goodwill' for the entire dairy industry when she crowns her successor. Contest will be held at the Illinois House in downtown Bloom' ington. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! • Admitted Sunday—Mis« Anna Bergren,Lester Smith, Mrs. Howard Schulz, Monmouth; Mrs. Frank Shepard, North Henderson. Born Monday—Girl to Mr. and Mrs.-Robert Strange, Monmouth.| Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Little, Raritan. Admitted Monday — Master Kent Merrill, Mrs. Ralph Hood, Monmouth; Clifford Ives, Oquawka; James McKelvey, Little York. 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