Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1963 · Page 16
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16 Golesburg Raalster-Moil, Golesburo. Ill, Thursday, Oct. 3, 1963 Alexis Unit School Board Has Session ALEXIS — The Alexis Community Unit School District 400 Board of Education held its September financial meeting Sept. 26. All board members were present, as were Supt. Zarcoff and high school principal Patterson. The monthly bills were paid. The board discussed matters concerning the working cash fund and the possibilities of what to do with it for the 1964-65 budget. It was decided that the district pay $5 toward each of the junior high school cheerleaders uniforms. Supt. Zarcoff was given permission to attend the Central Illinois Superintendents Roundtable meetings each month. The board also inspected the new bus shed to decide on what amount of gravel to purchase. Directors also inspected the new disposal and spray now in use in the kitchen. The installation of the new washer and dryer for the home economics room was reported. The board discussed the need for more acreage to add to the school grounds. The board president, Richard Olin, is to investigate the possibilities of acquiring such land, READ THE WANT ADS1 • it Drive A Bargain ECON-O-CAR RENTAL SYSTEM In Golesburg SOON! WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT! They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Ha tlo St relatives present Sunday at the, home of Mrs. fimma Buchen to help her celebrate her birthday with a dinner and an afternoon of visiting. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Verks Young and KamvEUisvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Clayburg, Kathy and Kristy, Peoria; Sir. and Mrs, Jack Gould and Debbie, Henry; Mr. and Mrs, Coloradoans Honored at Fairview FAIRVIEW — A dinner was hell Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cluts in honor of Dora Spurlock of Alma, Colo., who has been visiting here the past three weeks with relatives and friends. Those present were: Hazel Sidel, Peoria; Ethel Scheifinger, Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Cluts, Mrs. Nancy Newton and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bryum, Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and children, Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Markley and children, Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cluts and family of Lewistown, anl Leon Cluts and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cluts, Fairview. Roy Cluts of Astoria was an afternoon caller. Fairview Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wisler and Mrs. Belle Zimmerman of Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howarter were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mahr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hedden were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allison in London Mills. Mrs. Verlie Wright and Mrs. Vada Brown were dinner guests -Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Wright and family in Ipava. The occasion was in Prairie Cityan Honored on Anniversary. . PBAiWB GUY -*Thert wero, Marshall Hay Buchen and TerfrMike, SM > Mr. and Mm. Dick ide, Lorl and Larry and Ray Everly, of Bushnell; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Buchen and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buchen, Gerry and Keith, Marietta; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes, Linda and David, Mr. and. Mrs. •tames Ostein and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Everly and John and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Buchen, Mary Am, of Avon; Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Timmy, Chris and Kimberly and Mrs. Dell Miller, Stevie and Billy J«, Bushnell; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Buchen, Mrs. Grace Buchen and Mias Beta Phillips, of Prairie City and Mr. and Mrs, Curtis Weatfall, Cindy, Kent and Bobbie of Morrison. READ THE WANT ADS! honor of Wright who celebrated his birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Long and Dennis Worley. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haffey of Carthage and Mr. and Mrs Charles Bruniga of Farmington were visitors Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ethel Vin Camp. Mrs. Edith Barrett of Ipava spent a day with her sister, Mrs. Lois Wilson. 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