Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 25, 1973 · Page 28
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 28

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, May 25, 1973
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$8L(Sertelbviffl:,Rgflist«r*MajJ #.^lis)tHi ,rg / 111. Prida^]Mby45;i973 Spoon River Area Plans Holiday Weekend Events Bicycle rides and faces, chll- dmi's plays, ceramics displays, flea market, horse races and other events have been scheduled during the Memorial Day weekend in Fulton County's Spoon River country. A mass bicycle ride will set out for London Mills from the Ellisville Opera House Sunday] Sweepstakes at 12:30 p.m., and bicycle races will take place at the London Mills Park when the group arrives. A bicycle ride back to Ellisville will be capped off with a reception in the opera house beginning at 4 p.m. Performances of "Dr. Seuss" by the Macomb National Play ers are scheduled at the Ellis- AlWood High Captures Top Place in Music Competition WOODHULL - AlWood High School won sweepstakes honors in the Illinois High School Assn. music contest held this spring, the school has been told. AlWood had the highest score in Class C state competition, which included 140 schools with enrollments ranging from 191350. A total of 145 AlWood students took part in vocal and instrumental contests. Awards will be sent to the first three schools in each class. AlWood Business Assn. members, at a meeting May 21 were told that a Chicago firm has indicated an interest in starting a business which would employ 100 persons at Woodhull. Members discussed at length ways of attracting industry as well as problems generated by such expansion. Dean Grimes reported that Mrs. Judy Swanson will be assisted by college students in the summer recreation program, which will begin July 2. A letter regarding ambulance service for rural communities, drafted by Willard Cain, was approved by the group to be sent to area legislators. Guests at the meeting were the Alpha and Woodhull village board officials and Gary Johnson, president of Alpha-Woodhull Jaycees. Movies for children in the community will be held at Clov er Township Library May 26 at 2:30 p.m. New books on the library shelves include: Once Upon a Christmas, Buck; The Old Dog Barks Backwards, Nash; Life and Death of Adolf Hitler, Payn; Animal Doctor, Whitney; Sports Illustrated Book of Tennis, Tal- btrt; Two Years Before the Mast, Dana, and Firewood Walsh. Willis Kirkland, an AlWood High School graduate with the Class of 1962, was given a doctor of philosophy degree at commencement exercises May 20 at the University of Kansas. Since January, Kirkland has been doing research on the regulation of growth of cancer cells at the University of Texas Medical School. He has undergraduate degrees from Cornell College and a master's degree from the University of Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. William Kirkland and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Weigand, Chicago, attended graduation exercises. vilte Opera House Saturday at 11 a.m ; , 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. The play is a children's comedy. Quarter-horse races are scheduled at Ariel Downs east of Canton Sunday starting at l pm. Flea markets are scheduled Saturday, Sunday and Monday in the area, including one Sunday at the former "flea shop" at the comer of Main and Third streets in London Mills. A flea market is planned all three days at Watenford neat the south entrance to the Spoon River Scenic Drive route, the Lewistown Historical Society will sponsor a flea market Monday at the junction of 111. 24 and 100 in Lewistown. Persons interested in exhibit space at the flea markets Winy contact Mr. and Mrs. Seth Leeds, Canton, for the Waterford event; Mrs. Lorraine Shover, London Mills, for the sale there, and members of the historical society in Lewistown for the sale there. Also during the weekend, Sunday at 2 p.m., Canton Mj Robert Jennings will dediea the restored-rebcated Canfcfr Liverpool plank road toll office, which has been placed at Water ford near Dick Mounds. The museum, with dis* plays of early Illinois Indians,) will be open to the public during the weekend. Plans were made for a lunch to be served following the Memorial Day services when Clover Chapel United Methodist Women met recently. Annual Memorial Day services will be held at the chapel May 28 at 2 p.m. Summer hours will go into effect at the chapel June 3 and continue through July and August. Worship and church school will be at 9 a.m. Confirmands Are Guests at Dinner WOODHULL - Gene Coiburn and Lori Strand, who were confirmed May 20, were honored at a dinner that afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs George Strand. The group also celebrated Mrs. Monty Boldue's birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nelson, New Windsor, and Mr. and Mrs. Boldue, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Colburn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dahlstrom and Mr. and Mrs. George Strand and Janis all of Woodhull. 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Rod Godsil Jim Crisman Robin Godsil FREE! 1973 VEGA! And speaking of thrills .another big one could bo in store for you if you win the free 1973 Vegal Nothing to buyl Bo 18 or over and register! SAVE 50% MORE ON WINNEBAGO, TOO! Here's the Winnebago economy model Brave for '73. The best motor home value on the market . . . and even better right now at Weaver-Yemm during 600 timel '73 Impolo Wagon V8, Auto. P.S., P.B., $AOAA Radio. 3100 Miles. _ 1011 '73 Chev. Monte Carlo V8, Auto., P.S., P.B., Factory Air. Buckets. Silver- tJVJJ Black Vinyl Roof. _1#11 '72 Chevelle Molibu 4-Dr. H.T. All Power, Factory Air, Gold w/Black $00 A A Interior. 0x1*1 '72 Impolo 4-Dr. H.T. V8. All Power, Factory Air, Auto. Beige & SOLA A Brown Vinyl Roof. _ 0011 '72 Monro Carlo Coupe All Power. Metallic Grey Black Vinyl Top. $OQAA 19,000 Miles. T OTl1 '71 Chev. Impolo Cpe. All Power. Blue $01A A With White Top. 4011 '71 Ford Torino 2-Dr. H.T. 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All Power, Factory Air. Solid $OAAA Brown, Clean. 0111 '70 Novo 2-Dr. Sed. V8, Auto. $\RAA Radio. Green. I Oil '71 Molibu 2-Dr. H.T. 8-Cyl., Straight Stick. Solid Green $90*1*4 Beige Interior. 4011 '69 Cutlass S Coupe All Power, Factory Air. Gold. Black $10*4A Vinyl Roof. T I011 '69 Triumph Coupe 4 Speed, 6-Cyl. $1044 Maroon. Bl. Buckets. I Oil (MM 2195 N. Henderson St. / Galesburg / 343 - 7101

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