Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 6, 1973 · Page 5
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Bushnell Couple To Open Clothing Outlet IJUSHNELL—Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey LouthaJn, Bushnell, ih a v e purchased a. olothiing store at trewJafcown, The store will be known as Loubhain's Men's atul Boys' Wear. Louthaiin was formerly employed ait Roark's Otothing Store, Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. Loulhain and their two children plan to move to Lewistown in August. Lyle D. Webb presented a program of slides and com- mientary on a European trip Monday nigihb for Bushnell Rotary Club. He and his wife and daughter, Ann, took the .trip several summers ago. Before the program, the club' held its first summer dinner meeting .at the Stable Supper Club, Bushnell. William Lorton, new editor and cently at Ihe United Presbyterian Ctardi. Thome ms "Give Service — Service to Camp Fire, the Community and Our Country," The second grade Bluebirds were presented by their lead* crs, Mrs. Anna Merrick and Mrs. Jane Greer. Third grade Bluebirds were presented by Mrs. Judy Maxwell and Mrs. Dellann Catcher. The third grade members were promoted to Camp Fire Girls. The fourth grade Oamp Fire Girls told In poetry form about the various beads and •were presented awards by Mrs. Donna Thompson, their guardian. Wo-He-Lo, the watchword of Camp Fire was explained by the fifth grade Camp Fire members and their awards were given by Mm. Mary Margaret Stambaugh and Mrs. Sandra Howe, the guardians. The Firemakers Desire was recited by the sixth grade members who are completing their work In the organisation. Mrs. Norma Raymond and Mrs. Zona Markley, the guardians, presented awards to the members. Mrs. Elaine MoGimnts, the incoming president, presented admit awards. One-year service certificates went to Mrs. Merrick, Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Cutcher. Other certificates went to Mrs. Thompson, 2-year; Mrs. Naomi Adamson, 3-year; Mrs. McGlnnls and Mrs. Statn* baugh, 4-year; Mrs. Raymond, 5-year; Mrs. Karen Filbert, BUSHNELL . MR!g jay CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 680 W. Hurst St. Phone 772-2240 Galesburg Register-Mail, Golesbur-g, III.,,, Wednesday, June 6 t 1973 S Victoria Board Awards Paving Contract 6-year; Mrs. Beverly Vcr- Steeg and Mrs. Howe, 7-year; Mrs. Betty Walton, 10-year, and Mrs. Anne Haynes, ll- year. Mrs. Barbara Knott was honored as the re'tlring president and for having served Camp Fire for 11 years. She will continue to serve as an adviser. Camperships were presented to several girls to be used this summer at Camp Wa- May-Ka, Fort Madison, Iowa. The girls earned these hon­ ors by selling candy. A full campershlp was presented to Dawn McCoy and half cam­ perships went to Susan Stambaugh, Barbara Mason, Brenda Hill, Janet Niestradt, Gall Ebbert, Teresa Havens, Elizabeth Seek and Sally St. Clair. Mrs. Haynes, the program chairman, directed the ceremonial. A tea was given today at the United Presbyterian Church in honor of ull adults who worked in the Camp Fire program during the past year. VICTORIA - A $5,220 street resurfacing contract was awarded to Gunther Construction Co., Galesburg, Tuesday night by the Victoria Village Board. The project will be financed by motor fuel tax funds. Trustees at their regular meeting Monday night authorized a payment of $10 per load to Harry Wright to haul Program Set GREENBUSH - Youngsters enrolled in Vacation Bible School at Grcenbush Christian Church will present a program at the church Friday at 7:30 p.m. Craft projects will also be on display. Theme for the Bible school is "We Look to Jesus." village garbage to Atkinson. Previously Wright had received no payment for the work. A. W. (Sandy) Sornbergcr, board president, was directed to Initiate legal action for removal of a house in the 500 block of East Main Street. The house, which village officials said has been empty for two years, is owned by Dale Caldwell. Authorities said the structure is a fire hazard and must be removed within 30 days. Trustees also approved an amendment to an ordinance limiting exterior construction, of new buildings in the business district to fire proof stone or metal clad facing. After further discussion of a plan to upgrade the community's lighting system, trustees decided that the amount now is sufficient ,for the present time. etifir^ Galva Police Chief Accused of Negligence guest of Alan Payne. V C Members of Bushnell Camp Fire Ginls held their year-end Grand Council ceremonial re- GALVA — Gailva Mayor James B. Young Itet night aoousied Police Ohiitetf Chiades (E. Wheefllhouse of negligence in itlhe peinflormiaince of his dufes. Young said Wheelhouse neglected to patrol railroad orosisuiigs, [remove unlicensed cains ifinom private property • • • I anc * nemiove cams tan streets lOnV LlSCnWG I ^urmg STOW (removal opena- * • ifcionis. The mayor toitlher charged ithait Wheelhouse was negligent in elforts ito cooper- taite wiilth Other members of the police diepairtaemt. The chiaingeis were put ifco the FOR LOW LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE Contact: Lischwe MILLERS MUTUAL INS. 411 BANK Of GALESBURG BLDG. 343-1166 or 343-6986 chief during a meeting of the Gadvia GDty Council!. The mayor, reading from a prepared Stiaitomenit, accused Wheelhouse Of moit enforcing city ordinances unless pressed to do so by the council. THE CHIEF defended Wis action wiitlh respect ito nailnaad crossings by citing a state statute tailing ifJhe blockage of crossings to 10 minute when a tain is in motion. He said he is molt legally lalble to issue itickefbs Ito itrainmen in such oases. Young pointed out thalt a city oirdiiinianice sets ithe itime limit for blockage of railroad . crossings alt ifive (minutes. Oe lailso charged ithalt Khe depart- menit lailed to enforce distaice requirements lor railroad cars parked near ia itafific cnsostiinig and iflailed to direct traffic across ithe crossing in cases Of prolonged stoppage. As tfiar as removal of oars during snow operaltaons, 'wTtoeeliousc replied It h a it Young was citing oases that diated back itwo years. THE CHIEF cited 20 cases wilbhin ithe past two anortths where property owners were ordered to remove unlicensed (and inoperable cars parked on ' prirviaite property. . lie further stated (that Asst. Chief of Police Glenn Eng- atrom declined to itake special tainiing recency when it was Victoria Resident Travels to Ohio VICTORIA - Mrs. Fleta True love attended high school graduation ceremonies June 2 at Oregon, Ohio, for her grand daughter, Janet Lee Hill She was accompanied on her trip by her grandson and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Truelove, and her great-granddaughter, Angela. They were guests at the home of Mrs. Truelove's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hill, former Dahinda and Victoria residents. SINGER* STRETCH-STITCH SEWING MACHINE SALE! All Stylist* sewlna machines have the exclusive Singer* front drop-In bobbin, push-button reverse control, a variety of stitches. Three different Stylist'machines at sale prices nowl SALE Reg. 159.95 Popular model with two built-in Rexi-Stitch* Discs two built-in Fashion* Discs for a variety of stretch and decorative stitches, and a built-in bllndstitch for almost Invisible .finishing' on hems and zippers. 413 Carrying casa or cabinet extra SAVE $ 30 95 SALE $169 Reg. 199.95 416 SAVE $ 40 M0d141l1 SALE $179 Reg. 219.95 A seven-stltch model with three built-in Sew like a pro with built-in stitches, plus Flexl-Stitch Discs and three built-in eleven interchangeable stitches includ- Fashion Discs, plus the built-in blind- ing overedge and blindstitch. Built-in stitch and buttonholerl buttonholer, tool Carrying case or cabinet extra ONLY$ Model 177 Carrying case 'Or cabinet extra FOR A SINGER ZIG-ZAG MACHINE! AND NO OTHER BRAND OFFERS THE SINGER 122-YEAR ASSURANCE. OF QUALITY AND DEPENDABILITY. THAT'S VALUE.' SINGER 111 E. MAIN ST. PH. 343-5019 ofifered to ipoOAce officers. He said only ibvm pamfcJtime officers are employed, Terry Cooper, amd Bobert Donaldson, amid iDbalt ftwo more officers (aire needed to complete itlhe (auxiliary ifarce. t/iMe oomiment was made lalbouit cooperation within the force. "I HOPE we are going to have itlhe Jdnd of Jaw entece- tmenit we are paying far," Young s&iild. "You aire just not doing the job. I am not painting a black pidbure in any respect. There must be cooperation with itlhe chid and assist- GALVA MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third St. Phone 932-2725 ant cfoieif of police." Whedtouise has served 'as chief of police during Young's il5jyear term ais mayor. Alderman tftussd Kelly, First Ward asked ttihait ithe council be advised of persons employed by the police depaitaenib and atoo asked ithalt Engsltroim be encouraged to enroll in the special training program. A meeting of the EPA ecteduied for June 25 has been moved to June 14 at 7 p.m. in city adimtoislraition; building. The meeitiinig will concern itlhe city's eligibility to qualify lor led'etnai funds for updialing sewage treatment system. WHEN BUYIMO Oft_ SELLING REAL ESTAtE SEE HOLLAND HAMNAM AT HAROLD WILSON REALTY 1131 N. Hendtrten Ph..348-3103 To STEIN'S For A NAME PIN Your Name Engraved On A Metal Pin in Assorted $120 Plus Colors FROM I Engraving Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I I 3Wiystf ;CMr|flt it WED.-THURS.-FRI. -SAT. ONLY June SALES Summer Shifts QUEEN SIZE HOSE Reg. 7.26— 4 Days Panfy hose: Med. fits 160-180 lbs., tall fits 170-200. Fashion shades. Reg. 8.96 100% polyester sleeveless shifts in a wide selection of colors. Misses 10-20 half sizes 14Vfc to 24y 2 . MISSES 1 JAMAICAS Reg. 3.96 4 Days 17" poly pull- ons; stitch- creased; 10-18. Sleeveless styles in no-iron, wash 'n wear polished cotton. S-M-L-XL. POLYESTER/ACRYLIC . Reg.3.76-4Days AAA fluffyandspFtoffercount- m Ie»slaunderlngsl72x90'*, Topai Lima Peacock Blu* Magenta Crap* Whit* ! Model P-48 FRINGED CHENILLE SPREAD Reg. 7.36 -- 4 Days VI Washable, no-Iron cotton e4xfoo" chenille. Full or twin sizes, 72xioo* Reg. 66.66 26" BOYS & GIRLS BIKES 3-SPEED 99 Brown, Aluminum 20", 3-Speed Breeze Box Charge It at Kresge's 196 6x5x4 Web Chair 4.72 10" Round Metal Fan Charge it «|<| Q^r at Kresge's I twWSP Single-speed. Chrome tilting stand. On-off switch on cord. s»t. QnW Fenders Shimano Top-console, rotary switch, automatic thermostat Deluxe. 3 -speed hub. ALUMINUM-FRAME CHAIR OR CHAISE 6x5x4 Web Chair 7x16 Web Chaise 74" ad|ustob!e> chaise or arm chair. Folding aluminum frame, cool plastic webbing with plastic arms, non-tip patio Tegs. Save! 8 FT. STEEL WALL POOL Reg. 11.96—4 Days g g 8-lt. diu. and 20- Inch duptli.Vinyl llnor .Savel Haf turkey Smndwhh/Giblet Gravy, Smnberry $uvt e....S2< S. S. KRESGE COMPANY

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