Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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Exhibit from Earlier Days Caolesburg Register-Moil, (jQlesburg, 111, .;inyrsdoy f _jiept, 5, 1 963 t.,1 OLD TIME FIRE TRUCK exhibited by 40 and 8 organization in Prime Beef Festival parade at Monmouth Wednesday was hose truck of the so- called Turkey district in Monmouth around forty years ago. Turkey Hose volunteer firchouse then stood at South D Street and Sixth Avenue, on property now used by the Wells company. (Register-Mail photos by Wilson Isreal.) Order for City Hall Boiler Ends Discussion MONMOUTH - The new boiler for City Hall, subject of some discussion at Tuesday night's meeting of the Monmouth City Council, was up for more discussion Wednesday. . According to a report from Mayor Allan Walters this morning, Aldermen Don Enslow, Virgil Shaub and Glenn Anderson called for a special meeting yesterday to go over bids for the new boiler. The men wanted to reject the three bids opened at Monday's meeting and asked for new specifications. Tuesday night the same motion was made but failed MONMOUTH for Newt Roiamary Iirtal Correspondent 501 H. H Si. Phone 734-4721 FOR MISSED COPIES PHONE 734-4121 Before 6:30 Prowlers Damage Buildings day someone had attempted to pry open a transom at one of the MONMOUTH - Ed Craig, an employe of Monmouth Bowling Lanes, reported to police Wednesday someone had pried the back door open at the establishment, located at 4.3fi N. llth St. According to the report nothing was taken. Francis Ray, who manages the Medical Arts Building on South Main Street, reported Wednes- Datcs Way Bark EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA) —The first trip by a Michigan State athletic team came in 1865 when the baseball club traveled 13 miles to Mnson for a game. offices in the building. However, entry was not gained. Dr. James K. Woolsey Announces 8 new location for the practice of Podiatry 107 S. FIRST ST., MONMOUTH, ILL. PHONE 734-4724 Office hours by appointment CORN IS THE BEEF-PRODUCING GOLD IN KIRKWOOD BROWNIES' FLOAT to pass for want of a second Tuesday evening, Alderman Ens low made the motion that the Buildings and Grounds Com mittee, composed of Del Ohren Francis Martin and Chuck Ben nett, be given the power to investigate the matter and decide what action to be taken, providing the cost did not exceed $2,570, which Afghan Kit Specials SUCH FUN TO KNIT OR CROCHET! Afghans make the perfect gift. Four beautiful kits to choose from — each in a handy zippered storage bag. Pure wool Fleisher yarn <— permanently mothproofed. Reg. SPECIAL Twosome —— 12' 8 10" Twin Charmer 13" II 98 "Duo" Granny 13" IT 8 13' 8 IT 8 ,s YARN SHOP was the bid submitted by the Radmacher Plumbing & Heating Co. This motion was approved by the council. After the three aldermen called the meeting yesterday, they found the Buildings and Grounds Committee had decided on the boiler from the low bidder and Radmacher had already ordered it. This ended discussion or meetings on the matter. Citizens Group- (Continued from page 10) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Menely of Roseville, and Charles E. Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Triplett of Roseville, at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Roseville Methodist Church. Rev. R. G. Marks read the double ring ceremony for the couple who are residing in Roseville. Ushers included Harry Bycroft, Roger Hines, Lee Birdsell and Jerry Cunningham, the last two being from Roseville. Pat McGinnis of Monmouth was best man. Mrs. Elwyn Bovvers was at the organ to present the prelude and accompany the soloist, Miss Kay Kirkpatrick. Mike Taylor was ringbearer. Carries Rosebuds Red Rosebuds with lily-of-the valley composed the bridal bou quet carried by Miss Menely as she walked with her father to the altar. Her wedding gown of bridal satin was worn with a short lace jacket trimmed with the satin. Fashioned with a high neckline, the dress was styled with a small train. Veiliflg was caught to a pearl tiara. Miss Peggy Menely, maid of honor, Miss Karen Bycroft and Miss Peggy Freeland, bridesmaids, preceded the bride, as did flower girls, Sandra and Nancy Menely, sisters of the bride. The honor attendant was in a turquoise satin dress, while the bridesmaids were in gold. Each carried colonial gold bouquets. Honors at the reception were accorded Mrs. Landis Reatha- ford of Galesburg, Mrs. James Reathaford of Abingdon, Mrs. Bert Hartman and Miss Mildred Menely, all aunts of the bride. Mrs. Becker; was graduated from Roseville High School and is employed at Gambles in Monmouth. Mr. Becker, a graduate of Roseville High School, is em- SECOND PLACE IN COMMERCIAL DIVISION WENT TO BOWMAN CO. ployed at Alexander Lumber Co., Roseville. Monroe-Howard Wedding promises were exchanged between Terry F. Monroe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Monroe of Point Pleasant township, and Miss Joyce E. Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Wheeler of Burlington, Iowa, on Friday evening, Aug. 30, at 8 p.m. in Colorado Springs, Colo. Rev. Warren Hile, pastor, read the double ring service in the prayer chapel of the First Christian Church there. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moon, William Moon and Harvey Tyree, all of Colorado Springs, sang a quartet arrangement of "Because." Mr and Mrs. Harlan Monroe, parents of the bridegroom, were the only attendants. The bride was attired in a white sheath dress, with a white lace overskirt. A white pillbox hat with circular veil and white gloves completed her costume. Her flowers were red sweetheart roses, fashioned in a corsage. The couple traveled to Denver for a brief honeymoon, after which they will be at home in Cascade, Colo. Mrs. Monroe was employed in Burlington prior to her marriage. Mr. Monroe has served in the armed forces. He is now cm- ployed by the Maytag Co. at the Naval Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs. Roseville Briefs Robert Johnson of New London, Ohio, spent one day last week visiting in Roseville at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson. Miss Mabel Kelscy spent sev­ eral days last week with her cousin, Mrs. Villa Johnson in Galesburg. Miss Louise Tygrett of Monmouth was a house guest of Miss Mabel Kelsey over the Labor Day weekend. On Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson entertained the following relatives in their home: Mrs. Johnson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Jacobs of Park Ridge; Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. Rcna Fellman of Monmouth; a niece and her family, the Courtney Swansons of Galesburg, and a nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Feilman of Monmouth. Paul Rochotte is spending his period of leave from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Rochotte of Roseville. 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