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I 20 Gofesburfl Register-MgiI, Gglesburg, 111> Thurscla V "If T V 4 ' t 1 I J t T rif ,T>:r we <M «*» *m /a 34 m M •/* .«» in •« 4» *» ft •m m • •IK •MB > ^ VJ '/: a S3 H .ft «^ m m m m m m •M tftj m w ** [Sir A* ft* M *» :4 -ii .J* ** -4 <•** m m tit w *¥ 4* *S ** tM *.# •i* lid •J* •sc. •Jtt *m 4$ Ml m 90 .1 J* 1 orkshop Cheerleaders t MONMOUTH—A cheerleading workshop presented by Nationwide Cheerleaders Association will be held at Monmouth College beginning Sunday, and will continue through Wednesday. In addition to high school cheerleading squads coming from Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois, local individuals or squads are invited to take part in the workshop on a day camp For information call the Monmouth College Student Center 457-2345. 'The Workshop is directed by Jean Zucchelli from the Association's home base in Saltsburg, Pa. Registration will be held from 1-2 p. m. Sunday with the first sessions later that afternoon. The cheerleaders arc led through a rigorous schedule of exorcises, pompon routines, gymnastics, mini-trampolinc stunts, and crowd control techniques. The Nationwide Cheerleaders Association prides itself on the small group emphasis and much personal attention and instruction. Throughout the 4-day session, the groups will be given time to prepare and practice cheers for group and individual competition which are performed the last morning of the clinic. Recreation facilities of the college and the Student Center will be open and available for the group including swim- MO Correspondent Lorraine Stauth News r r Ins C Mis&d Copie Man mpany 9 10th Phone 4721 Before Phone Year Am i rd Warren County Cancer Fund Drive Achieves Goal Early game High School Dean's list, Honor Roll MONMOUTH — The following is a list of Monmouth High School students who were listed on the honor roll and dean's list: Senlois — Pam Bali, Marty Bour t Lcnna Burnett. Randy Clark, Linda Cook, Sandi Cook, Debbie Ehlen, Karen Evans, Patrick Evans, Maureen Glancy, Janis Higgins, Margo McClelland, Jody Martin, Nancy Peregoy* Martha Simpson, Barbara Wheeler. .Juniors — Treasure Brownell, Shan Burnett, Becky Foxen, Jeli Jdsephson, Donna Morrison, Jill Pedigo, Jim Petersen. Sophomores — Lance Barnes, Carolu Bollman, Gay Greene, Linda JohnsonY Howard Moffet, Jelf Rankin, Dave Taylor, Tim Wells. Pteshmen — John Chamberlin, Peggy Horner, Chris Mettler, Betsy Peregoy, Susan Redmond, Steve Schrnittt Mitch Skov, Cassandra Wallace, deah's list. Seniors —. Reina Almaguer, Anna Behnke, Amy Carwlle, Don Gladfelter, Teresa Haase, Robert E. Halladay, Paula Howe, Beverly Jackson, Emily Keller, Karen Merrill, Sharon Reed, Debbie Stewart, Carole Stokes, Laurie Whiteman. Juniors — Mike J. Clark, Roger Conard, Connie Cook, Roberta DeFord, Rhonda Goodman, Brian Hea6y t Jane Matson, Paula Pratt, Ted Reed, Carolyn Schmitt, Sue Smallwood, Doug Spitz, Dyke Wells, Cheri Wihteman, David Winkler. Sophomores—Steve Boone, Richard Buchholz, Peggy Chenoweth, Cindy Daniel. Larry Fainter. David McCrery, Doug Rankin, Patty Ross. Freshmen — Becky Ambrose, Barbara Babcock, Lee Ann Galushn, Julie Goodman, Linda Haase, Tom Hawk, Chris Jahde, Kim Janssen, Mari Loomis, Ted Matson, honor roll. Many English towns and villages still sound the curfew bell each evening at 8 or 9 o'clock. MONMOUTH — Roger Gurholt, chairman of the 1973 Warren County Cancer Crusade, reported at a meeting at M e 1 i n g ' s Restaurant Wednesday that donations have already exceeded the goal of $10,000. Mrs. Ruth Finch, director of the Wafren County Cancer Society, said today that contributions reported to date stand at $11,409. "This is the first time any of us can ever mi( remember having even reached our goal this early in the n * «> rk TI» i crusade/' said Mrs. Finch, r ather S Day r lSh Memorial contributions account for $2,179 of the total,, according to Mrs. Finch. Dr. James Ebersole was Fry at Lake MONMOUTH - The annual Father's Day fish fry at Lake Warren will be held Sunday at the shelterhouse. Serving will begin at 11:30 a.m. Lake members may invite guests. Tickets will be $1.75 for adults and $1 for children 12 years of age and under. As in past years, people attending are asked to take food to share. Those whose last names begin with letters A-E Should take cole slaw, from F-L, baked beans, from. M-R, potato salad, and from S-Z, relish., Auxiliary Opens Drive for Neiv Volunteer Help elected to a 2-year term as the medical delegate for the MONMOUTH Members of the Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary began its annual drive today for volunteer workers and sustaining memberships. The Auxilians are working at Giant Foods, Krogers and Barnes Super Valu. They will also be at these three stores Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.. During the annual drive the auxiliary members encourage local women to volunteer for work at the hospital People Admissions Tuesday: Jeffrey Heatherly, Russell Balding, Jeffrey Long, Mrs. George Vanskike, Mrs. Patricia Stotler, Monmouth; Mrs. James Orth, Seaton; Mrs. Howard Bailey, Alexis; Wilbur Smith, Rose ville; Larry Hartman, Oquawka. Dismissals Tuesday: Charles Inman, Aledo; Mrs. Reuben Stevenson, Mrs. Letha Rowley, Biggsville; Mrs. Timothy Brokaw and baby, Media ; Clinton Shamblin, James Gregory, Mrs. Edgar Mesecher, Monmouth; T. Martin Johnson, Alexis. Births Tuesday:'A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Grant Dunham, Macomb. local Cancer Society. Dr. V. J. Arora, a surgeon who is locating a practice in Mom mouth, was chosen as the alternate. Lay delegates selected were Mrs. Leland Rodgers, Roseville, and Mrs. Arnold Isher, Coldbrook. Mrs. Michael Hennenfent. Mrs. Allan Hess, Dr. Harold Wimp, and Mrs. Glenn Stavenhagen were named to a nominating committee and will report their suggestions for new officers at the annual meeting of the society in August. Mrs. Stavenhagen discussed Reach for Recovery a program designed to help women who have undergone surgery for breast cancer. Area Residents 4. Will Receive Service Aivards ROCK ISLAND — Residents of New Boston, Viola and Monmouth are among those who will receive service pins Friday during the 198th anniversary celebration of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the 107th anniversary of the Rock Island Corps District on Arsenal Island. The ceremony, which will be held on the lawn of the Clock Tower Building on the island, will include the presentation of service emblems by Col. Walter H. Johnson, District engineer, to 57 em­ ployes with a total of 1,100 years of service with the federal government. , Among the 20-year recipients will be James W. King, New Boston; Clinton E. Gaskill, Monmouth, and Danny L. Hare, Viola. ROSEVILLE — Ira LandJfirem the original date. Roseville, an employe of Kttft <ni e parade route will be from Foods, a division of Kraftco the station to Eldredge Park. Corporation, was naaied by that The committee hopes to have at company as''agricultural man h e ast 25 judges, and judging of the year" for 1972, atameet* W ]]i be done while the parade tag at Springfield Tuesday. ft pri>gress. Comply offldato Plated FoP the salely'of the contest- cultwal sales/ and several oth*L 0 vett categories, Including U uTL been with XMt S^deSSSd tSSS? the Mdhodist Church wlU mcet &t sirce 1944, when he joined the lx PJ m hT?£\ ^ company m Peoria as a sales- horses and ; nd ^ cate ; of Miss Mabel Kelsey. man m the grocery line. • lg 0r y of the contestants'choice. Assisting hostesses will The CIC Class of the United The Iloscville Woman's Softball team won its game with Kirk wood Tuesday night, 16-4. Mrs. James Willis was installed as regent of Chief Shau- bena Chapter, DAR, in ceremonies Tuesday. The slate of officers installed by Mrs. Otto Oberjohnn, chap- la in, includes Mrs. Heman Kington, recording secretary; Mrs. Eugene Sparrow, registrar; Mrs. Stuart Mayhew, historian, and Mrs. Oberjohnn, be [chaplain. One director, Mrs. He was the first employe toi° Number MrsTWaUcr EnfieTd,"Mrs. Earljlrwin Davis, was named. •i u i IU t 1*1 ^.i nuuiutjLa *wm given w cm mis, vvmiui JUIIUUIU, JTHO. WIU switch Jo the agricultural field, wh0 partic ip ate ta ithe pa rade Ross m ^ M rs. Frank Howard, when that department was or- and 4^ {he event) Tickets ganizea in 1957. wiH entitIe to a free gaft Migg BcUy Maddcn from lhe . . .drink at one of the downtown Illinois State Museum, Spring- Plans have been completed stands, courtesy of the quasqiil- field, will be the speaker at the for the Parent-Teacher Associa- centennial committee. June 21 meeting of the Warren tion sponsored Pet Parade as Three prlzeg will be Historical Society, part of the quasquicentennial in each cate gory. First prize Speaking on Prairie Heritage, celebration here July 14. wiU be five carniva i tLckets; ^ ^ugg ^e arte, archl- Youth under 14 years of age sccond prizej ithr€ ^ tickete> ^ tecture mA cra£ts a iuinoto who wish to enter are to meet third prize two tickats , Ribbons prlar to 1900> fu J 0 /? 1, ,the f ^ m f, m will awarded, that date. They will register, Mr. Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Meeting time is 7:30 p.m., at and the parade is scheduled to mP JA Pet Parade- committeelthe Roseville museum, begin at. 10:30. This is a change John Brewer, mr. ana mrs. The 4fch ^^1^ Day Frank Stever, Mrs Larry fftf {i a( . the Twin Qakg Mitchell, Mrs. Chuck Becker, Counet club gol{ c Mrs. Tom Sawyer and Bob Pur- B i andinsvillei wiU be June 20, lee. List Warren School Honor at noon. Mrs. Carlos Adams hosted the meeting at the clubhouse of Little Swan Lake. Reports were given by Mrs. Carl Wehering and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Kington told members that a display of old quilts is planned for Aug. 4, at the old high school, as a part of tho quasquicentennial celebration of Roseville, and anyone who would like -to display quilts on that day, is asked to contact her, or Mrs. Willis. A program on Patriotism was given by Mrs. Mayhew and Mrs. Sparrow. Roll Students Major Change MONMOUTH Robert L. In Zoning Law Eyed MONMOUTH Serious Grisolano, principal at Warren High School recently announced the names of students whose grades merited honor roll rating during the second semester and the last six weeks of school. They are: Seniors — Steve Armstrong, Hob Chapman, Gayla Davis, Bruce Hanson, Diana Mcintosh, Karen Roney, Sue, Sloss, Sue Sprout, Linda Wal- ^jumon^ 6 !)^ costetio, jean ,tte boning ordinance recently Harluow, Jane tinman, Julie Parrish. Sophomorw — Rachel Crum, Lynn Ischer, James Leath, Fx «ituti *n-'— Pat Costello. Handy * ni< • * i Eyler, Nancy Ischer, Cheryl Long, 4y Ptf&Mnig CommiLSSttOin. Bill Walters, for six weeks. Seniors—Paula Armstrong, Steve Armstrong, Hob Chapman, Gayla Davis, Debbie Edmund, Ed Gillen, ^ ... , , . L Bruce Hanson. Karen Roney, Sue CWWmme Wednesday ni'ghfc fire?' Lydla Wes\ ham ' Wal ' *° cl0fn 'si ( d'er d'iMnialting some Juniors—Dan Costello, Jean Har- of ttie low, Jane Linman, Julie Parrish. Sophomores — Rachel Crum, Jan Higbee, Lynn Ischer, James Leath. Freshmen — Pat Costello, Randy Eyler, Martin Gustafson, Nancy ITlJittee Jscher. Cheryl Long, Bill Walters, for the Semester. cfomsiidlenatioin is being given to mafaing a major cfaaoge dn (the zioning ordinance recently Gidfopteid by Wanren County, according to Robemt Shunick, cteinmian of the Wa>nren Coun- Shunick said ithe PtLanning Ooimimi^sion appointed a sub- reais now zoned for "planned unit devefapmeni' 9 of ihe ^boom- Roibent who do not have time to volunteer their services are urged to btecome sustaining members who provide only financial support. Ancient bow-shaped harps with four strings weighed less than a pound, while today's 46-string concert harps weigh 80 pounds. READ THE WANT ADS1 KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN Quart 3 For $12,00 CROW LIGHT WHISKEY $3.99 WINDSOR CANADIAN $3.99 SEVEN CROWN $4.29 PLEISCHMANN'S GIN $3.49 J & B SCOTCH $5.99 HOUSE OF STUART SCOTCH 5th $3.99 I BACARDI RUM OLD GRAND DAD 86 PROOF OLD GRAND DAD 100 Proof $5.49 BARTON Q.T. Quart $3.99 * t * v. SMIRNOFF VODKA Proof - ***** Municipal Band Slates Concerts MONMOUTH - The Monmouth Municipal Band has scheduled- two free concerts this week. The band Will perform at the Lutheran Strawberry Festival at the Lutheran Church tonight. Friday evening the band will play in the public square in downtown Monmouth. Both concerts will begin at 7 p.m. Special guests of the band tonight will be Mr. and Mrs. Lester Munneke, former bandmaster. flVfemfbeirs are Roibent Bflerut, Ivan Waugh ®nd Les Emfdfcr- lin. The men will tour lhe areas now zoned for planned unit development on June 27. They will also consult with Robent Grier, ohakraan o*£ flhe Zoning fBoamd of Appeals. Shunick said ttHeire is ..some feeling aimong fflhe Ptonning •Oomm-iBston membens that perhaps some of the areas recently designated as planned unk devetapment areas should revert back to their original zoned uses. If 'tlhe eubcommdihtee members and Planning Commission deckled Mar to attempt to mafce ittte changes, they will ©dhedule puMlc hearings iand ilihe uilttoate decision Will then be made by 'the Warren County Board. $3.99 PLEISCHMANN'S VODKA $3.39 CUHY SARK SCOTCH $5.99 5fh $419 WHITE TAVERN GIN or VODKA CANADIAN CLUB SOUTHERN COMFORT Quart $3.69 $5.49 $4.89 NO, 391 r _ * i In Brown ZONIN ASTI SPUMANTE Imported 5th $ 2.99 ZONIN GOLD DUCK Imported . CIGARETTES Regular or King Size. Carton $ 3.59 100 MM Carton. _ *2.69 $ 3.69 Black & Gray WE HAVE 2,000 CASES OF ICE COLD BEER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE OLD STYLE Pack NR's PABST Pack NR's PABST Pack Cans $2.19 PABST Loose Cans *3.99 CALUMET ANDEKER Pack NR's *1.69 MICHELOB Pack Nir-i *1.69 SCHLITZ Pack Cans *2.39 HAMM'S Pack Cans *1.15 OLD STYLE Pack Cans •2,19 BUDWEISER Pack Cans *2.49 BIATZ Pack NR's •1.19 DREWRY5 Pack Cans 5 1.00 STORZ Pack ans PABST U-Oz. Bottles Plus Deposit $3,49 STAG Bottles v O»UU Plus Dope*'.! DREWRYS 12-Oa. *Q 9Q Plus Deppsil Ad Pi-ices good Thursday night June U thru SatUiuay, June 16, 1973. SUM Lowenbrau ONLY! PABST Case of 12 Ox. NR's HEINEKIN5 12-Oz. NR's BLATZ Plus Deposit OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 8 P.M. Stand tall In Maxi'a . today's fashion look for the young man on the go. Buy them at PACK CANS ROTHE GALESBURG DRIVE 1597 HENDERSON LIQUORS GALESBURG, ILLINOIS OPEN: Mon. 'Til 8:30 p.m. I'ri. 'Til 9 p.m. 140 EAST MAIN Two Poors West of Wslgreens The Warren County Farm Bureau golf touranment is scheduled for June 30, at 9 a.m. at Gibson's Woods. Those who iplan to enter are asked to sign up by June 25 at the clubhouse or the Farm Bureau office. All members, associate members, dependents and individual members are invited to compete. 11ns, , Kenneth Avery and daughter, (Mrs. David (Jan) Sipes, Ft. Col- Colo., were recent visitors of Miss Mabel Kelsey. Avery is a cousin of Miss Kelsey and a former Roseville resident The Avery family arrived last week for the funeral of Mrs. Avery's mother at Macomb. Bruce and John Avery; Kenneth Avery and daughters, Mrs. Larry McCrery and Mrs. Sipes, returned to Colorado Monday. Mrs. Avery plans to remain at the home of her father. SLAX FATHER JUNE '22.95 "I like my slacks and tops to be fashionable, comfortable and tailor-perfect...that's why I wearQuickSilver, They make me look and feel like a winner every day,* 1 BANKAMERiCAHO Gary Bettenhaueen USAC Championship Race Driver DOWNTOWN GALESBURG' "V H •• X-

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