Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 24, 1973 · Page 34
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•I J. 4 k 1 instates at day vottd to restore Latin It to the high gefool Mrrictilum for the ,c «niftf year. the aetidir ins taken after a frrap oi MXNR e%nt pireits an* eight itadentt presorted a petition asking that the sec- end year of Latin be placed bat* in, the etirtitfaltffii to allow jtudeUtt fW# m theif first veHf t9 CtiAUHW Ed SAultJgto, a parent, was the spdlte &liiM fbf thfi group making the request. The Board-had voted at a previwis meeting to discos tihue Latin i and It and Spanish lit and IV because of lack of funds atid the small enrollment in the class*. Part <rf the original recommendatton was (hat these courses be re- A CHARGE by the parents cf a junJDf Mgn dfcftwf student that homework papers are being destroy td was referred to Claude Rose, dent, He fas iflslfuc! tooafd to ITH(W i ftoftrtigft in vestigation of the affegatfats ..m P«m*to tern m JUlnluCf. USA WfttiWi ttlgfc SetotM Ann imii ©crow #ffft dirt V instated as available. funds become The parent had spoken to the board at the last meeting and contended that her child unfairly. given failing grades sfiNtfcnff preatw chofa The board also give credit toward on swnestef basis ~fdr Mhef courses in the enrricuk ^musm work on the roof of the jftmt hwh sthooi « i cost of fm. was & a •v This Dote Long Associated With t Queen Laundromat The board approved a recommendation by Mrs. Carol Bfasite and Robert Wormatt; higjr school finglish teacher*, that" the gngffslt etatfcufom be pfaced on a semester basis. They toM the JtoattT that the plan would expand the fange of courses which coaM be of* I 1 Knoxv .1, J, x i r Thanks Our Former Customers MONIY St OR I Galeshorg RegfgteMWall and *ii «f <tf#ir and vuiimmr rtaWal rood*. Oik float* Trf Af tthnzim f & 10 E. Main, Knoxvill* Approval proposal by the ROAM mies Club that a Linda De- Crane Memorial be established, f $],0M Which the dob now hUs to be placed in tht bank, with interest yearly going to a senior girl id the form of a scholarship. IN OTHER action board: Voted to retain the remedial reading and math pro* grant for grades 14. — Approved senior trips to Dickson Mounds and Galesburg factories May v 29 and 30. Hired David Darmer and David Hasttey for custodial work. — Hired Susan Dechow, Diane Goff and Mary Moshier for teaching in the summer program and Larry Little and Paul Sandborg for the driver t Was read * MUt of thanks from tht senior class for the board's permission to have a senior trip. The Abingdon fire Department was carted to the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Wyn* koop, 701 W. Monmouth St., Wednesday night at 10 p.m. to battle a blare that was started by a candle in the bathroom of the home. While fire damage was minimal, the house sustained extensive smoke and soot damage. Mrs. William Peterson was installed as president of Junior Woman's galiitttrif, in. Classified Advertising ELLISON Dial 343*7181 ^ , omcEMpjJttS Monday thrMiih FrWa* SERVICE - m-mt EM. Effectiv* Mureh l, 1971 WoSB ROt^S , and MiPAtaa IftkiHiciiiit Lod|< Mot*im ,6tK *f mtnse«, i S5ys Ir6tn d«t« 6i Mid withft ft list iAa6fiidn. CltfM . Mft. e*tiiTiftt4*. SIMPSON—343-0437 Call after ft P.M. ROOFING MdJU ^ ysftrf .wjpniy Jaftcft. jMg-W4 M?lHoME improvement. . any type J Bas*m*nt watifpfoofinr cArpen- ASPtfALT' RiJPAIRlNG P ART STUDENT - MMl leite Jel^fioiti a M^iMr heea delected la at lit + t Abingdon X I the Sheraton Inn Tuesday tnight. j Other officers installed by Mrs. Jack sommer art program J« it at WW, Macomb. Jefferson, daaghter of and Mrs. Wlfffam Jefferson, Gflson, was eltMi by me «h hers of die Knexvtoe Watt. Mi's Clab, spensor of the pwjeel. AHenurte Is Ptmt Mathews,fM of Mr. and Mrs. Vetnofi Mathews* Avution „^5A Anti<ju*s ; 31 ApirtmtnU-r-rurniiiitd 93 pATttn«fttft -»UnfUfftlih <d And mi doaflffpr. Mftke y<Hit old asphalt m* me ajain. s*al coit youfdriV*way, fft«v# dufion at: qalesteay Seeding & Sodding E. J, MARTONf - 4424*21 <*A* A!W) «VP: l^ 8u ^« e - : ::::::::::::::::: 7 ? WEED AAOWIN Buatneis Oflbortttnuy and MotftM ?0 Farm * Mi»c«iianeotii 40 f arms And AcreAM«~Rant arms and Aeraaiea—sai« PMUira for Rent Farm implement* - services Feed - Seed - Fertilizer! E. J. MARIW - mmti 42 and BRUSH PAINTING Carlton, director, were central Mrs ltegion lTOllis Palmer, vice president; Mrs. Steve Way, secretary, and Mrs. Rick Dechow, treasurer. £SVJMS^ B U^ Houses, barns, fences, roofs, ANNABEL PETER'SON 1 - r • 1+^. ITT 1^ - m Save $210 1 OoM Water Mixer Flexible Plastic t 5 load ^dompi powerod driusc dumping eatooory PTO Regular 21-52S1 Won't rust; freezing does not damage; no threading! Rated 100 lbs. pros- sure. W. i». f 1// available WxlOV available. 1 T - CUT Red Una 5# WW »¥3 1 1 riggs-Stranon Engines Automatic Column J Sump Pump Hi-Clip" When! * * - HP horizontal 5 HP vertical Automatic flood protection! Lifetime guarantee on base impeller. 11.95 mowers. Two. ^adjustments. • 4 4, fa if-* i• r. Drawbar Hn.... 65* OPIN MEMORIAL DAY REGULAR HOURS urs. Friday Sunday 342*9176 ngdo Mrs. Jerry Link, retiring president, was presented a pasit president's pin and a sertipbcrtk for her year's ac- luitlit corr^lishments. J unto Mits. Grade Peterson, former music instructor at Mnn- COR RESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber Phone 289-2816 it College, presented the to South program on a trip America. Guests Mrs * ^ w were Larry Skinner, Mrs. Albert Faust, Mrs. Robert Lewis and Mrs. Glenn Gabbert. Committee for the banquet was Mrs. SteVe Way and Mrs. Jerry Bbyd. Mr. arid Mrs. Stanley Wolford weifc honored on their 50th vtedtiihjt anniversary at a reception at United Methodist Chuixh Sunday. Hosts wlere their children, Mrs. Harold Dunlap and Arthur Wolfotftf, both of Abingdon, arid Rc*fv. Marvin Wolford of Kapanga,! Africa. Guests \*ere greeted by Mr. and Mrs. lfcward Tolley of Galesburg. Serving honors went to Mrs.* Dorothy Abbott of Trenton, Mo M Mrs. Ruth Dunlap, Mrs.* Wrenn Grice, Mrs. Mac Shortness and Mrs. Bob Fleisher. \ Also assisting were the couple's grandclrildren, Mrs. Davis Schultz; Karen, Darol and Kristi Dunlkp, Mrs. Raymond Dunlap, and John, Mark, Thomas and Stephen Wolford. Attending froml a distance were Mrs. Buforfil Tolley of Avon, Mrs. Johta Dorsey, Brook, Ind. and Mt and Mrs. , Sam Tolley of Setting, Fla. Youth of First A&sembly of God will meet at .ttite church Friday at 6:15 p.m .i to go by bus.to attend a ydufth rally at Macomb. ^ Women Install Officers During Banquet KNOXVILLE - The Knoxville Junior Woman's Club installed new officers during a banquet fuesday at Club 19 in Galesburg. New officers are Mrs. Laurence Moore, president; Mrs. Kenneth Inman, vice president; Mrs. Jeff Woolsey, secretary, and Mrs. George Vollmar, treasurer. Entertainment for the evening was "The Collection" directed by Mrs. Margo Bruce. The club will meet May 29 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. George Clark. The American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor Poppy Day Friday and Saturday in Knoxville. itltttOAB *-48 Commercial Property 59 C6ftfltru6U<m Kouipmftnt 75 fimploymentWanted 14 Household Qooda . Home improvetnent Houses for Rent t .55 In Memorlam - 3 Instruction _ * 15 Insurant* _...:20 InveitmanU 18 Lawn afid £Ard«ii rfeadi 24 li6*t and foutid J . i Moving — Stofajte - • Money to Loan—Wanted .-1» Musical „...2| Mobile Homfls for Rent 58 Hon Mobile J fio?nel for Sale interior and exterior. Free Estimates Phdne 734^6070 Moving - Storage— S STORAGE SPACE AVAItABLfi NOW! 10 Miscellaneous fiFjur BABYSITTER wanted m B ur| IQMU" \ :::::::::::;3g Ave., area to watch 14 nnontfi Motorcycles » Bicycles New House* for Sale [Notices - gotices .... 3 4 child, from 3:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. 74 1 Phone 342-2829 nefore 3 p.m. WANTED: Maturt baby litter to Notices - Sptml - Personal Office Space ......au Photography » Peta and supplies „ __33 Property Management _16 itooma for Sent _.51 Resorts and,Cottages. 61 Room and Board A 52 Real E<tat« for Sate 63 Real Estate Wanted 64 geal EiUt£-Out of Town 68 come to my home, 5 nights « week. 1 child 3'/ a year*. MS-agte, 1TORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 3*9 N, KELLOGG Opens 6 :30* — Ages 2 to 6 # Programmed Activities . %V Supervised Play tr Nutfitioua Meals Air Conditioned tr State Licensed 142-3060 — Open aJi Summer „, Goods Transportation 9 ? railers - Campers - Equip. ...72 Ires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Tfuck Trailers 78 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - MiSC. 351 nunTTCTnTAr CAT we Wanted to Rent w l INDUSTRIAL SALES Help Wanted !e-ll Students will the canvass community selling poppies; they will also be sold uptowft. Students Are being asked to report to the legion hall Friday after school and Saturday at 8:30 a.m.. Sarah English Circle of the United Methodist Church met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Raymond Carlson. Mrs. Bertha McConnell presented an article on entertainer Jim Nabors. The club made 22 calls on shut-ins and voted to donate funds for a coffee service for WILSON, Ghlee H. — In memory of our rather who departed from us one year ago today, May 24, 1972. May brings sad memories of the loved one gone to rest, Those who think of him so often Are the ones who loved him the best. The blow was hard, the shock severe, We never thought his death was near. Only those who have lost can tell, The pain of parting without faifcweii. YOUr loving smile, your gentle v face. No one else can take your place. . , Sell industrial protection equipment to factories and contractors. $12,000 plus boiius. Fee paid. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. SECURITY GUARDS Must be 21 yrs. of age, uniforms and training paid for. Write Box 867, care Galesburg Reguter-Man. God gave us strength to bear it And help us face the But what it took to lose him blow, No one Will ever know. Sadly Missed, Betty and Eddie Martha and Herman Harold and Bettylou Howard and Mary , ^Larry and Janet COCHRAN. Charles H. — In loving SALES TRAINEE: Learn all phases of wholesale business then move into own sales territory. $6,060. Call Jim Scattergood, 342-1112, Wittle. Pryor & Smith Personnel. THE GREAT LIFE! rhis if how you and your family will feel after starting a sales career with us. What makes it great? memory of Your payday, first of all. You can expect average earnings of $250 to Per week — more if you're our husband, father, above average. You will have a her who passed away l(?uaranteed Buck Pearson is a at St. Francis patient at F -V.v w Hospital Peoria. He underwent surgery Monday and is in RooitHi 445A. Mr. and Mrs. Tom ; Austin returned from a trip to Florida where they visited Mr. and Mrs. George Oldha.cn and Mr. and Mrs. Bob NorqUlst. Mrs. Fred Danforth h?s returned home after visitinjg her mother, Mrs. Flossie Sinikins, and her brother-in-law \ and sister, Mr. and Mrs. iRay Swanson, at Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tey and Jane Ann attended the graduation of their daughter, Mrs. Richard Tucker, fnton Lewis and Clark Communitty College at Godfrey last Thursday. Mrs. Tucker was graduated with honors. y V the church. The next meeting will be June 27 at 10 a.m. at the park. Mrs. Alberta Stone Is a new member. Al Shepard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shepard, Knoxville, was named recipient, of an award Monday at a spbrts banquet at Monmouth College. Coaches of varsity teams were called upon to present their major award winners and to recognize their letter winners. Al is captain-elect of the Knoxville High School football team. Cub Scout Pack 248 will meet at 7 p.m. today at the park for a nature hunt. In case of rain the-hunt will be held at the legion hall. and gran l year Ago today. He wished ho one a last firewall. Not even said goodbye. tensive training program. Next you wiU have the prestige of working for a 43-year-old Company that has an outstanding reputation for serv- He wW gone before we knew it, ice. Benefits for you and your fam- And only _ They saf that time • sorrow. And ily are tops such as free hospitalization insurance for the entire family. You will contact both es- «»vi Fa %»m w iui |G v, itablished accounts and prospective But time so far haa only proven accounts that have contacted us. » 'U y OU are interested in one of the better sales opportunities In the state with unlimited income and advancement opportunities, contact: . HOEFING i a ton Motor-Inn Galesburg, ill. RIDAY, MAY 25> 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. How much v/e miss him yet. God gave us strength to face it, And courage to bear the blow, But what it meant to lose him, No one will ever know. Our hearts ache with loneliness, Our eyes shed many a tear, Only God knows how much we miss him As we end this first sad year. Very sadly missed by Wife, daughter A Family She Notices • Lodge—3 MASONIC Alpha Lodge No. 155 SPECIAL Meeting 7:00 pm. Work in E. A. Degree. Refreshments, Walter L. Bruner, W.M. Clyde R. Landon, Sec'y. An estimated 40,000 products are made of natural or synthetic rubber, says National Geographic. Notice* • Special • Personal-} with X-ll Diet Wan, 13.00 duce Excess Fluids with gj00. Jrfoney Back Guarah fast fte- X-Pel. , __.tee at Drug, PREGNANT and NEED HELP? mi !H88Q PHOBJJCMf Want to do something about iff. Let us help you help yourself, Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. ADVERTISING: Sales individual to I represent media in Galesburg and ! surrounding area. $7,200 plus commissions, benefits. Call Jim Scattergood, 341-1112. WitUe, Pryor & Smith Personnel. RETAIL SALESMAN at GATES TIRE CENTER 1223 N. HENDERSON REQUIREMENTS- Sales Experience Preferably In the Automotive- Field Starter id-l AT LOST — Black Persian, north- w .VtJf nd oi town ' 762 Monroe. 342-aaoi. GOT THIS? GET THIS Bustnesa Service— 7 Add new beauty to your homeland save costly repairs by replacing your old wooden hatohway with a modern, all steel 'Bilco Door. ^ It's attractive, weathertjght and sc^easy to use! SJWSEI Stop in and see our display. We'll gtvo\you im literature on how to do it. Or, we can suggest a man to Irwtalt it for you. THE NEW ^ INTERIOR DECORATING /Reasonable, 319-2976 after \% noon. HWSE painting, interior and ex* tenor. Barns and buildings. For free estimates call 342-3996 any- tlme. GARDEN TILLING Jim Kohtz, 342 -0446 STCAM Cleaners and Pressure Washers. R. G. Hanson Company, Kewanee. Phone 309-133 -5108. CITY WIDE RUBBISH REMOVAL We furnish metal containers for apis., business offices, stores and factories, t ewjjic yard thru 5P cybic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for 15 Yeafe or Older Preferably Some Supervisory Experience, But Not Necessary BENEFITS— Salary Pius Commjssion A Better TOan Average Income Pejd Health Insurance Paid Vacation Paid Sick Leave Paid Retirement APPLY IN PERSON PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT H. E. ANDREWS 343-6196 Employe Supervise great crew of young people in growing food service. $7,800 and M £ us &^P U T, ilich Ankeney, 3421112, Wittle, Pryor, & Smith Personnel. spring cleanup, remod- Honey Do special projects. CaU low bidder Bill, 342- eling or A MATERIAL & SUPPLY CO r 1134. 24 years of experience. DYKE'S TYPEWRITER SERVICE, cleaning and repair. 1871 Beecher Ave. 342-6803. Free pickuo. 468 E. Berrien St. Ph.|344-6151 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is tualiy extracted, not just face cleaned with clean, clear soft water steam. No long drying period. Bon's Steamliner, 3424232. WANTED PLANT MANAGER 35 to 50 years. Operate liquid feed plant. Mechanically inclined. Clean, neat, good appearance. Be able to take instructions. 5la day week. Pai- manent employment. Call Umr J. Kennedy, 8 to 10 a.m. ori* -•-tweer* 4 and 5 p.m• ._343-4214. OUR business is very good - We now need permanent men for our appliance service and sales department. Top pay — plan includes bonus and high perceot- «te- No previous experience n J& dcd / car h elpful. Phone 3432106. An equal opportunity employer. (Continued on Page 35)

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