Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 18, 1973 · Page 10
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Are Bom Oft Father's Day ATLANTA (UPI) - Aif Fsm Capt. James Phillips got fdW Ufiexpeeted Father's Day presents—three glfls and a boy. Mis wife, Sybil, 26, gave birth to quadruplets Saturday three after she checked into The hours General babies, Hospital, from two to three ranging pounds, six ounces pounds, 11 ounces, were listed in good condition today ust'gotten ourselves calmed down about the predicted triplets and whamo! They came out and told me We had four," he said. "It was quite a shock." Spectator By Rolling Car MONETA, Va. (UPI) - A spectator at an amateur baseball game was fatally injured Sunday by a parked car that rolled down a hill and came to rest near its owner, who was playing third base. Police identified the victim as Grover K. Carter, 55, of Moneta.. He was sitting in a lounge chair near the third-base line and apparently failed to hear warning shouts. Carter died at a hospital later. %ut *£tkdde HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY GALVA Walker Gov. Dan Walk- # the state during his campaign fast sumifter, walked in the fifth annual Genes&> Music 4&% DttbtKjue, Iowa; Rijttes, ttaeine, Wis.; and tt* Van- 'ol Des WaiftM, who Festival parade Sunday afe* ftoow. Th£ governor shook hands with viewers dmg the route and prfjOf to the para was introduce to Mttsitf FeA* tival queeft Kari tteulieb of (koeaeo. Wafer also met the royal court 'Which included Rhonda Peaaww, Barib Egart, Clftdy P a x s o n aaid Janeile Swanson. Six drum ahd bugle corps were featured in the parade and competed Sunday night for the Music Festival title. Kewanee's Knights were atmong the competitors, Others were the Imperials, Skokie; Marion Cadefctes, Marion; Colt. iwere last year's wlnnians. Ftoats from area buslasaaa md 6fp«ttAtIofts f antique afidi hftfc «d cars, clowns on inini- m& horses, soffte doft- wtog elaborate Arabian trap- jMn|§, aiid area yoiuth organ* i*M<m were but a few of the ade The Directory handbooks outlining class members' and teachers' lives were distributed. Included were biographical iskelches of the U deceased (members of the class. Clifford Sweat of Park Ridge was chairman of the event. Letters were read from nine former teachers and 10 former class members. Mrs. Helen Houghton Arter of Kewanee and John Q. Lawless of Mt. Galva MRS. SUSAN HEI'NER COiMKSPONDKNT Hom6 Address: 24 NE Third Ave Phone 032-2728 College this slimmer, aocord- iimg to an- awounewnom made today by the school. The field _ jmpetitton Sunday evening Sterling, teachers, were called concluded a week of musical festivities in the city of Geneseo. The graduating class of 1925 drew an attendance of 37 persons to its reunion Sunday at The Hotel in Galva. Twenty members of the class and two former teachers were among those in attendance. Walker at Geneva parade, with queen ^ m \^][ HoitlCS LoSC PoWCf BUSHNELL — Some Bushnell residents were left without power for about an hour during Saturday night's storm. A spokesman for the Bushnell Municipal Utility said high winds ripped off a tree limb which fell on power lines in the west section of the city. Damage was only minor, the spokesman said. The Bushnell area. received about .30 of an inch of rain. Bushnell-Prairie City School District 170 officials announced that the East Elementary School library is now open on Monday m omings through Aug. 6. Children may check out books, use filmstrips and listen to tapes and records from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Authorities said that primary children learning to read should make use of the library's facilties.. Those children who don't read in the summer often show a: 6-month* drop in reading , level when•' tested in September, sctiool • officials noted. •i • Parents have been asked to return any overdue school library books. Books may be placed in a box located inside •he door at East Elementary School Any discarded books which have been given to children are clearly stamped "withdrawn" on the inside this s on cover. Books without bamp are still a part of the school collection, authorities said. Members of the Bushnell City Council will meet today at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall. Hammer Blows Kill 5 Persons SEOUL (UPI) - A man broke into a house, beat five persons to death with a hammer and escaped early today, police said. The victims included four members of one family and a friend. Another member of the family, a child, was seriously injured, police said. 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