Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 7, 1973 · Page 25
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Couple at Gilson Host to Visitors GILSON - Mr, and Mrs. Olln Jones hailed a n u in be r of guests May 2(5-28, including Mr. and Mrs. lister Jones, Lub- back, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Saswell, Great Lakes; Mr. and Mrs. Art Trowbridge, Jfarnra City; Mr. and Mrs.' JLarry Jones, Elrmwood; Mrs. Tehda DoUbet' Wtlliamsfield, Mrs. Raymond Yocum, Avon, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hills, Carthage. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oassidy, ronton, spent the Memorial Day weekend at the tome of her father, Marion Hodge. The Jefferson family reunion was held May 27 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bishop, Atlanta, III. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jefferson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jefferson and family, Mrs. Donna Matheny, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Smith and family, Mrs. Rose Dalton and Mrs. Mary Bush. Just Resting Some people rmaiy be lalble ito iflai latsfleep standing up, or so they saiy, font OynitMa Sbreker is hawing mione olf itihiait. Waiting out with her mioillheir <a tog, long line far new aniiio license plates, Oynltlhiiia, of Kansas Cilby, Kan., took itihe opportunity end the tandiesit place — itflie 'ftooir — iftor a map. LNEA Alpha Board Slates Street, Walk Repairs ALPHA — Plans for street work and sidewalk repairs were made when the Alpha Village Board of Trustees met June 4. •McNeil Asphalt Co., Kewanee, was awarded a $7,489 contract for street oiling. Work is scheduled to begin about July 1. Work on sidewalk repairs will get under way soon, board members were told. Liouis Browning reported on a seminar he attended recently at the Galesburg Holiday Inn. Karl Peterson, an eighth grade graduate, was honored at a party May 30 hosted by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Peterson. Miss Ethel Clark, Vincennes, Ind., was a guest June 1-5 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Clyde Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Speas have returned home after a 2- week vacation in Florida. They toured Walt Disney World, Cape Kennedy, Busch Gardens and other places. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Zuidema, Independence, Mo., recently spent several days at the home of his mother, Mrs. Violet Zuidema, and attended eighth grade graduation flor itheir niece, Karen. She was guest of honor at a post-graduation party hosted by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zuideman. Twenty new oil and gas fields have been discovered in Alabama in the past 15 years. Alpha Woman?s Birthday Marked With Celebration ALPHA — Mrs. Lois Wilson Alpha, was honored at a birth day dinner May 29 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stackhouse, Cambridge. Mrs. Wilson is 85 years old. Guests attending were Mrs Marvel Frenell, Alpha, and Mr, and Mrs. Ben Weir, Wataga. Alpha Cub Scout Pack 144 and Boy Scout Troop 144 held their rnnual family potluck supper May 29 at the Alpha American Legion Hall. Following the supper, awards were presented to the boys for various scouting achievements Mr. and Mrs. Dean A. Nelson and family, Pontiac, Mich., visited here May 27-30 at the home of' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson. More than 30 children and their parents attended a preschool morning coffee May 29 at Alpha United Methodist Church. The first school session will be held Sept. 18. Persons interested in the school should contact Mrs. Keith Clement at 934-2364. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Carlson spent Memorial Day weekend with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shaw, Muskegon, Mich. Shaw, who is a graduate of Pacific Seminary, is spending his intern year at Samuel Lutheran Church, Muskegon. He will be ordained in the Lutheran Church of America next fall. Golesburg Reaister^Mail ; Gojesbufa; 111, Thursdoy, June 7, 1973 25 Lonely Diabetic Quits Work, Ends Lifff CLARKMOTIK, Okla. (UPI) — Marshall Moore, an "awful lonely" diabetic, worked for six months as a maintenance man at the Westside Elementary School in 1971, then quit. "That six months at the school was his whole life," said Jim Smith, a funeral director and one of the few people who ever got to know Moore. Moore, 52, filed an unsuccessful suit against the school district for back wages, but was unhappy about doing it. He caljcd Smith last week to make arrangements for his own funeral. Monday, he called Smith again and asked him to come out to his farm. He said it was not urgent. When Smith arrived, he found Moore's body lying just outside the back door to the farmhouse. He had been shot with a 12- gauge shotgun. The county medical examiner ruled the death suicide. Moore's will was read Wednesday. It provided that his property, including an 80-acre Black Angus cattle ranch valued at $70,000 to $90,000, be sold and the money given to the Westside Elementary School. Moore went to work at the school when his mother died and left him alone on the farm a half-mile from town. "He was an awful lonely person, awful lonely," said Smith. "People just didn't notice him." Because he couldnt take care of the school's boiler, Moore was switched to the night shift. He didn't like the hours so he- quit. •»> His suit for $400 in ba$ wages was dismissed on *a technicality. Smith said Moore felt very badly about filing suit and claimed someone hill talked him into doing it. "He said he'd never lef" anyone talk him into something''' like that again," Smith said. Police Eye Link in Holdup-Slaying CHICAGO (UP!) - Police today were seeking a link between the holdup-slaying of an insurance executive in the washroom of the Playboy Towers to other washroom robberies in downtown Chicago during the past month. David J. Hill, 34, was stripped naked, except for his socks, robbed and shot to death Tuesday night by two gunmen who opened fire after another patron of the Playboy club surprised the robbers in the course of the holdup. The gunmen escaped with less than $60 in cash and a gold watch, police said. When the fourth man startled the robbers, Hill, of suburban Park Ridge, dashed down a hallway and up a stairway, his assailants chasing him. The unidentified witness told police he ducked into a toilet stall and hid as the chase and shooting started. Police said he was shot at least three times. He staggered up the stairway to the lobby bar before collapsing in a pool of blood. The assailants, pursued by two hotel security guards, escaped when one of the gunmen pointed a chrome- plated gun at the guards. Election Bikini Stole the Show EASTBOURNE, E n g 1 a n -tlM (UPI) — Carole Richardson, ajj*,; election official for the opposl*,,,- tion Labor party, stole the show H Wednesday when she appeared,<„ at a parade sponsored by th&n Conservative party. Miss Richardson climbed onto the roof of a car in thQ,; ; motorcade and stripped to ,a.'..: bikini covered by "Vote Labors •'' slogans. H '' -Mil'- kirUII GENERAL ELECTRICS vnlflf I COOL! 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Here's a f ^ better way. Bring the family into our new Sambo's Restaurant. Have a relaxed, sit-down meal. Let \ us do the work. And instead of just one or two kinds of food to choose from, Sambo's has over 100 items— for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. It's all made to order, 24 hours a day. So remember: next time, don't take out. J r Of t r III!.' ill.! it !'. I •M M hi «•* *» u>. da W l»» tw Ml aw a»i Ml Eat out... at our new Sambo's. NOW OPEN AT 1081 E. MAIN ST. Where something good's always cooking. awtJ* a** )

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