Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 16, 1973 · Page 10
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10 jggjesburg Register-MaiI, Golesburg, Saturday, June 16, 1973 Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine Stauth For New* •112 S. 10th St. Phone 734-4721 For Missed Copies Before 8 P. M. Phone 734-4)21 Practice Shots Steve Crabill, 8,233 N. Sixth St., and Gilbert Burns, 8,' 114 N. Fifth'St., did a little extra practicing at the marble "shoot out" in the northwest corner of the public square in Monmouth Friday. The Monmouth Retail Association of the Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce is -sponsoring a 2-day marble shoot out. Pre-schoolers through sixth graders competed yesterday and the "big kids" shot it out today. Monmouth College Member of CICAC development of exchange programs among members. Referral and consultant, services are included. Member institutions are Bradley University, Peoria; Eureka College, Eureka; Illi-^ nois Central College, East Pe- / oria; Illinois State University, Normal; Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington; Knox . College, Galesburg; Lakeview Center for the Arts and Sci- Chief Pedals Child's Bike CROYDON, England (UPI) — A 19-year-old Frenchman MONMOUTH — Monmouth College is one of 15 colleges and universities in Illinois forming a new, cultural organization, the Central Illinois Cultural Affairs Consortium, CICAC. The Board of Directors of CICAC has announced that associate membership is open to all area arts councils and non-profit arts organizations within the area of the member institutions. Mrs. Norma Murphy, director, said that full CICAC service will be provided to associate members. These include a directory of available artists and performers, a calendar of events, participation stole a two-foot-high child's in cooperative booking, artist- bicycle Friday and managed to pedal 30 miles before he was stopped by an amazed police ' sergeant. Jean-Claude Lang admitted at Oroydon Magistrates Court •that he stole the bike in MONMOUTH — Michael Ardingly, Sussex, after he Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. became separated from friends. •'On that two^foot bicycle he could have come straight from / a circus," said the arresting officer. ences, Peoria; Lincoln Col- ege, Lincoln; Millikin University, Decatur; Monmouth College, Monmouth; Parkland College, Champaign; Carl Sandburg College, Galesburg; Sangamon State University, Springfield; University of Illinois, Champaign, and Western Illinois University, Macomb. Applications for associate memberships will be taken by Mrs. Murphy, 1501 West Bradley Ave., Peoria, 61606 Hospital Notes Admissions Thursday: Mrs. Leona Gilbert, Francis Brennan, Robby Hiett, Gerald Marlow, Miss Nora F. Lee, Miss Maureen Glancy, Mrs. Charles Bunrus, Monmouth;, Harrison Romine, Mrs. William Whiteside, Roseville; Mrs. Helen Ray, Berwick. Dismissals Thursday: William Sullivan, Stronghurst; Baby Regina Peterson, Miss Patricia Appleby, W. Leonard Peterson, Mrs. Nancy Barron, Master Jeffrey Long, Monmouth; Mrs. Olive Thomas, Oquawka; Mrs. Ernest Hall, Roseville; Mrs. Alonzo Carpenter, Carman. Monmouth Lions Club Sets Social MONMOUTH — The annual Monmouth Lions Club ice cream social is scheduled for Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at Harmon Park. The social is held each year as a benefit for the Little Lions Baseball League. As they have in the past, the members of the Mon- Volunteer Group At Thrift Store Given Praise MONMOUTH — Volunteers who have been working at the Thrift Store at Jamleson Community Canter were honored at a luncheon this week. Rev. David Preininger, executive director, said 20-30 women from all parts of the county have been helping at the store. They sort, repair, price, hang and sell the donated clothing and household items. He said the women have volunteered about 3,000 hours of their time to help with the program. "Only their dedication has made it possible for the services of the store to continue to grow in meeting a need in our community," he said. Boat Owner Prints Curse SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) The following ad appeared in Friday's edition of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer: "My boat and motor have mouth Municipal Band will disappeared from, Martha Lake, present a concert as a part Alderwpod Manor, since June of the ice cream social. The lo. I send my wishes that the band, under the direction of boat breaks in (half in mid-lake Myron Mikita, will start play- and that your mother is ing at 7 p.m. unsuccessful in attracting help " as she wis barking along the READ THE WANT ADS! shore." in-residence programs, workshops, master classes, and Youth Receiver FFA Top Award Wendell Larson of near Monmouth, won the Future Farmers of America top argi-busi- ness award at the organization's annual convention at Champaign this week. Larson has been employed Smog Threatens Trees at the Kroger store for about g mog f rom Los Angeles, 60 one year. He began working m ii es away, threatens century- part-time as a bag boy, ad- 0 id ponderosa and Jeffrey pines vanced to produce clerk, and : m the San Bernardino Moun- has been chosen by the com- tains. The smog destroys food- pany for management train- making cells in the pine nee- ing. He is expected to be dies. manager of his own store by — the end of the year. The Florida Division of Land Larson also received a foun- Sales says 500 firms are regis- dation award for sales and tered with it to sell subdivided service. Fk-rida land. Car, Train Collide KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-2816 Mrs. Vickie A. Vorhees, 27, 1043 N. Broad St., Galesburg, escaped with minor facial injuries Friday at 2:50 p.m. when the car she was driving was struck by a train. She was treated at Galesburg Cottage Hospital and released. Mrs. Vorhees was driving her car north on a gravel road about V/z miles north­ west of Berwick. She told state police she saw a Chicago Northwestern Railway switch enigne pulling eight cars approaching the crossing but could not get stopped in time to avoid driving into its path. Jack Miller, 51, Monmouth, was the engineer. Roseville Club Presents Style Show ROSEVILLE — Women's. W—**^**^—*^—m*Lm Mrs Rpttv Smii Knoxville Summer Reading Program at Public Library g^'SoSE, 4 * ^^ ta J. lUglCUll «l< M. uuiiv MJM.UM. «i j Co-chairmen were Mrs. Earl ea at the Park July 25. The ROSEVILLE - Women's, men's and children's clothing, in styles popular back as far as 1868, were shown at a style show at the park Wednesday night. The show, the first event presented as a part of the Roseville quasquicentennial celebration, was sponsored by the Roseville Woman's Club, and nar Roseville MRS. IRA LAND Correspondent Roseville P. O. Box 145 Phone 426-2642 KNOXVILLE—The summer reading program at Knoxville Public Library is scheduled to begin Monday, Miss Mable Woolsey, librarian, has announced. The program will last until July 31, she said. New officers of the Library Board were elected recently. They are Paul Newcomer, president; Clarence Bennison, vice president; Mrs. James Hutchcroft, secretary, and Claude Wilson, Jr., treasurer. Wilson is also representative of the Western Illinois Library System. The Square Circle 4-H Club will hold its local achievement day July 18, members announced at a meeting at the old courthouse. Stacy Ramp was hostess. Stephanie Moore is achievement chairman. Rayanne Emken and Sylvia Litvin are committee members. Kathy Gibbs, Karalee Goff, Becky Clark and Mary John- yon gave talks. Stacy Rarnp gave a demonstration. A cook-out will be held June 26. The Knox County Red Cross bloodmobile will be in Knoxville June 27 at the Legion Hall. Circle III of the Presbyterian Church will meet Monday at 7:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Paul Ford. Co-chairmen were Mrs. Earl Peoples and Mrs. Richard Killey. The style show was presented during intermission of the first band concert of the season by, the Roseville High School band,(way, Mrs. Dianne Hawk, Mrs. under the direction of bandmas-jCarroll Perrine, Mrs. Janet ter, Carroll Henderson. IKiiley and daughter, Karen, The second style show, which,Miss Rebecca Blindt, Mrs. Jule ed at the park July 25. The band concert will feature favorite songs of that era. Models at the Wednesday •. m ------r;- '""'J TV. night show were Mr, LynnCon-^ fij ™ Mrs. Betty Smith, Miss Cindy Josephson, Mrs. Nancy Gossett, Mrs. Dorothy Grant, Jerry Becraft, Mrs. LaVone Guthrie, Miss Tami Mclntyre, Merlin Perrine, Miss Jane Icenogle and Mrs. Clarice Hendel. The Yanks and the Indians of the Pee Wee League will play ball Monday at 6:30 p.m. The Little League game between the Braves and the Indians will start at 8 p.m. Coaches are Mike Hall, Ray wi be a showing of styles of.'Allaman, Miss Susan Perrine,'of the concession stand ley. Jim Bent, Roy Adkisson, Bob Crosier and Don Farr. Mrs. Ray Turley and Mrs. Phyliss Bell will be in charge Homemakers Unit Program On Purchasing Mattresses ABINGDON - Mrs. Wilbur Quick presented a program on how to buy a mattress for the Abingdon Home Extension Unit meeting at the home of Mrs. Ted Murk Wednesday. Mrs. Claude Rose and Mrs. Gary Lincoln were introduced as new members. Plans were made for trie local 4-H Achievement Day when the unit will host club members and their mothers. The meeting will be at Sacred Heart Catholic Church July 11. Abingdon City Council will mad at City Hall Monday at H p.m. All persons interested in assisting with vacation church school are asked to meet at the Christian Church Monday at 7:30 p.m. Group I of Christian Women's Fellowship wilt meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Plans for a June 27 ice cream social were completed by thfc Sacred Heart Church Altar Society at a meeting Monday. Serving at the church will be from 5-8 p.m. Agnes Penn woi a door prize, and members recessed tlmr meetings until September. Mrs. Nora Carroll, Mrs. Mae Jameson and Miss I'rith Atkins were appointed to a me- ABINGDON MRS. GERALPINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462-2477 moriai committee when Abingdon Rebekah l/xige 511 met last Monday. The committee will present a memorial service at a state meeting June 25. Mrs. Nora i'aull reported on an association meeting she attended June 9, and it was announced there will be a family picnic at Lincoln June 24. District officers will be guests of the Kirkwood lodge June 19 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Jennie Castle and Mrs. Zelphia SchJeich will be hostesses for the June 25 meeting. HAS eepyri|Ml$73,Th«Kf6tir«. Quantity Rl«M*R«<*rvaci. Price* good thro Tue*., Jtmi 18 Sorry, No Sal«s lo MMtr%. THOUSANDS f STONE HOURS: \ • I*"* ^ Sun. 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