Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 26
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 26

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 18, 1963
Page 26
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Audubon Society of State Uas Camp-Out at Green Oaks & Numerous kinds of birds probably little krfown to the average Vjlstern Illinois residents are to be found In this area, and during tfee weekend a sampling of these varieties was made at the Green <|ak8 ar«a near Victoria. *•; Members of the Illinois Audubon Society, holding their annual •*imp-out, as one feature spread' "~ i i _ J - - » buitraourg Keyibrer-MoiI, buleaburg, 1 il. Vv'edriesqgy / ^iPJL_Ld/.'» 96&....*d& " r «»«••.» "o V ii C icawic a ^ieuu s|S large Japanese mist nets, to t iftpound birds, without injury, ese were visited on the Satur- y and Sunday nature walks by groups of the 20b persons who tjfok various parts in the weekend events at Green Oaks, and the following birds were collected, sfcme banded and all released: |Oven bird, magnolia warbler, black - throated greeft warbler, chestnut-sided warbler, Amcri- dfin redstart, Swainson's thrush, cardinal, chickadee, tufted tit- rfiouse, and rcd-broastcd nuthatch. In all, 73 species were sighted. t Local Senior Girl Scouts served a"; novel camp-style dinner at Green Oaks barn Saturday night, and the other meals during the 4vent were also especially planned for novelty. "\ After dinner Saturday night, Dr. Saul H. Shepard lectured to the #0 persons present on the social behavior of crows, as a crow colony is under continuous study in the aviary at Green Oaks. Nature picture slides and movies Were projected. After the program, Mrs. Ekton Crumm from the local bird club served refresh* ments to the accompaniment of accordion music. T Joy Resident, Chairman 1; Chairman of the Society's camp- 6ut planning committee was Ted Greer of Joy. Active part in the event was taken by Ray Mostek of Lombard, president of I. A. S., and Mrs. Alice Webster of Minonk in charge of registrations. '-"Those who prepared the barn for the dinner and program were Mrs. Crumm, Mrs. Jack Schwarz, Mrs. Fern Hodges, Bill Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown and Pete Brown. - Girls from three Senior Girl Scout troops participated in the Hiany tasks incident to entertaining the 15 visiting couples of I.A.S. members, and the. various committees were as follows: H Telephone — Sue Gross, Joan Ijteveles, Cindy Horton, Diane In- tftuse yea -fotecC Mickejberry KING SIZE FRANKS) S man and Ellen Weaver. Equipment and supplies— Jeannette Carter, Ruth Sharar, Vicky Henderson, Carol Sue Carlson, Sharon Enlow, Mar? Liftroth, Shcrt Gentz, Linda Dosln«. Becky Catton. Sally Swlse and Nancy Olson. Transportation—Nancy leenogle, Joanne Johnson, Sharon Brasltes and Linda Tenhaaf. . General duties—Faylene Cenard, Caroline Nelson, Candy Gentz, Kendra Mudd, Carol Pumfrey, Connie Cills and Chris Schwarz. Leaders—Mrs. Harold Weaver, Mrs. Robert Cflsserts, Mrs. Ragnar Carlson and "Mrs. Valeria Laule, senior adviser. Kirktvood Cubs Hold Sessions KIRKWOOD - Den No. 1 of the Cub Scouts met Monday in the home of Mrs. Otho Miller, leader. Bruce Miller and Davey Lefler led in the scout promise and the laws. There was discussion of the pack meeting and of those who would receive badges. The Cub Scouts thanked Jake Kersey for use of his hayrack during the festival parade and Fred Bear for use of his tractor to pull their float. Dens No. 1 and 2 will hike to Young's Lake Monday. The boys will return to the home of Bobby Carl at 6 p.m. for their parents to pick them up. Cub Scout pack meeting will be held Sept. 26. Cub Scouts and their fathers will have a cookout and fishing at Young's Lake Sept. 21. Den No. 2 of the Cub Scouts met Monday in the home of the leader, Mrs. Harlan Carl, with Mrs. Lyle, Lefler assisting. A guest was Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. The group talked about the Science Fair at the pack meeting and also performed four little scientific experiments. KW B 57 KEY WEST, Fla. 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