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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 2, 1973
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TO? A THQ AND FUNERALS Infant Girl Found Dead In Her Crib the infant daughter of a Galesburg couple was found dead in her crib Saturday by a baby sitter who was caring for the baby and her 4 -year -old brother. Stacey Lynn Vanier, 3-month- old daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Jay Vanier, 745 Franklin Ave., was pronounced dead by Knox County Deputy Coroner Norbert Schactncr. The baby sitter, 17-year-old Barb Lindstrom, reportedly went to the child's room to wake her for feeding .authorities said. The girl discovered the child was dead and telephoned her mother, a nurse, who contacted authorities. No exact cause of death was immediately known and the child's death was tentatively termed a crib death, pending an autopsy. The child's mother said the baby did not appear to be sick when she fed her about 3:30 p.m. and put her to bed. The parents were away less than two hours when the child was found, according to police who investigated. Stacey Vanier was born March 31, in Gajesburg. She is survived by her parents, a brother, Scott, at home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard England, Paxton; ma te'rnal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Powell, Macomb. Private family services were held today at 3 p.m. at Memor ial Park Cemetery. Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiated. Arrange ments were made by Hinchliff- PearsOn-West Chapel. CECIL E. POOLE LOS ANGELES, Calif.-Cecil E. Poole, 73, Los Angeles, Calif, died Sunday morning at the home of his daughter. He was born June 26, 1900 in Abingdon and married Ruth Set mon in 1919. He worked at Midwest Manufacturing Corp. until his retirement in 1986. Surviving are two daughters, Miss Dorothy Poole and Mil. Bernard (Geraktae) Pladnquet, both of Los Angeles; two broth* ers, Robert W., Galesburg, and Ernest L., Stoughton, Wis.; eight sisters, Miss Bertha Poole Abingdon, Mrs. Gailen (Lois) Courson and Mrs. Dale (Mayme) Miles, both of Gales burg; Mrs. Roy (Gladys) Isaia, Santa Barbara, Calif., Mrs. El' mer (Minnie) Bodenhamer, Og lesby, Mrs. M. J. (Bess) Rieves and Mrs. Paul (Shirley) Shumaker, both of Hot Springs, Ark. and Mrs. John (Annabelle) Campbell, Ohio; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral arrangements are pending at Turbull Funeral Home, Monmouth. Whatever th» Occasion 'se?--'.;-,"- • WILL "SAY IT BEST" ANDERSON florists 128 N. BROAD 3424121 Johnson - Gill Schuster Chape Galva - Williamsfield Mr. James A. (Bert) Hall Services 1:30 P.M. - TUESDAY jit the CHAPEL Burial Galva Cemetery Friends may call this evening after 7 PM. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church. JAMES A. HALL GALVA — James A. (Burt) Hall, 83, Galva, died Saturday at 1:25 p.m. at Kewanee Public Hospital. He was born on June 28, 1890, in Osceola, and was educated in Galva schools. He. was graduated from the Worsham Embalming College, Chicago. He was employed by Fred Mink Undertaking, Galva, and served in World War I. Following military service he was associated with Hall and Johnson Garage, Galva. He married the former Marjorie Kewley in Galva, Oct. 27, 1914. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Galva, the Galva Volunteer Fire Department for 40 years, Hagberg-Hamlin American Legion Post 45 for 50 years, and the Galva IOOF Lodge 408 for 62 years. Surviving are the widow of Galva, and several cousins. Services will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva, with Rev. James Hancock officiating. Burial. wi\l be at Galva Cemetery. Friends may call today after 7- p.m. TOemoriaTs" may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Galva, the family said. married Raft* E. Schraub Oct, 21, lttl at Bloomington. Surviving are one son, Charles ., .renin; one (MUgiKcr, Mrs. Ed (June) Ltshman, Galesburg; five grairichadtwi, and seven gnw-graiioxnuaren. Friends may call at Hinchliff Pearson-West Chapel this eve* ning. HAROLD DARWIN HALL Graveside services for Harold Darwin Hall, 72, San Francisco. Calif., who died Wednesday, will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. R. GLEE SHERWOOD R. Glee Sherwood, 47, of near KnoxviHe, died Sunday at 8:42 p.m. at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. He was born Feb. 4, 1926 in London Mills and married the former Corinne Hoist on Nov. 17, 1951 in Galesburg. He was order-control supervisor for Butler Manufacturing Co. He was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church, KnoxviHe, and served in WorM War II. Surviving are his widow, KnoxviHe; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sherwood, Knox­ viHe; a son, Scott R., and a daughter Lindsey A., both at home, and a sister Mrs. H. James Hardline, Galesburg. Services will be on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, Knoxville. Friends may call at the Chapel Wednesday evening. Burial will be in the Knoxville Cemetery. MRS. EMMA SCHRAUB Gravesida services for Mrs. Emma Schraub, 72, of Galesburg Route 2 wiho died Saturday, will be Tuesday at 11 a.m at Swan Lake Memorial Gard> ens Cemetery, Peoria. The former Emma Gillham, born Nov. 28, 1900 in Peoria, lived in Galesburg 10 years. She •HinnhlifP FUNERAL DIRECTORs'lil^^t'inC'' 1070 WEST FREMONT STREET CALESBUR8 PHONE 343-2101 MRS. SUSIE E. MERIDETH - 255 W. Tompkins St. Services 9 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Burial Park Cemetery. —o— MRS. EMMA SCHItAUB — RR2, Galesburg. Graveside services 11 A.M. Tuesday at the Swan Lake Memory Gardens cemetery, Peoria, 111. Friends may call at the' chapel this evening. Burial in Swan Lake Memory Gardens cemetery. MR. HAROLD DARWIN HALL - San Francisco, Calif. Formerly of Galesburg. Graveside services 11 A.M. Tuesday at Memorial Park Cemetery. There will be no visitation. MRS. LEO COWAN - 710 W. Tompkins St. Services 1:30 P.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial in East Linwood Cemetery. —o— MRS. EMMA W. KRANS — Formerly of 810 N. Seminary St. Services 3 P.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff - Pearson- West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Henderson Grove Messiah Lutheran Church. Burial in the Henderson Grove Cemetery. MR. R. GLEE SHERWOOD - RR1, Knoxville. Services 10:30 A.M. Thursday at the Grace Lutheran Church, Knoxville, 111. Friends may call at the chapel Wednesday evening. Burial in the Knoxville Cemetery, Knoxville, 111. MRS. SUSIE E. MERIDETH Mrs. Susie E. Merideth, 74, of 255 W. Tompkins St., died Saturday at 10:27 p.m. at Cottage Hospital. The former Susie White was born July 16,1898 in La Prairie, and lived her earlier life in Augusta. She lived in Galesburg 30 years. She was married to Everett Ray Merideth Dec. 1, 1922 in Quincy. He died in 1968. Surviving are two sons, Harold E., Galesburg and Maj. Francis E., East Moline; two daughters, Mrs. Dell (Mildred) Adcox, Williston, S.C. and Mrs. Dale (Marie) D o o 1 e y, Oquawka; seven grandchildren, four great­ grandchildren. Services will, be Tuesday at 9 a.m. at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery Otis A., Santa Monica, Calif.; 13 grandchildren, and 24 great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be today at 2 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. Howard Fisher, S istor of the Kirkwood United ethodist Church, officiated. Burial was at the Center Grove Cemetery at Kirkwood MRS. EMMA W. KRANS Mrs. Emma W. Krans, 88, formerly of 810 N. Seminary St., died Sunday at 5:07 a.m at the Knox County Nursing Home. The former Emma Tornquist was born May 22, 1885 in Sweden. She had lived in the Galesburg area since 1900. She was married to Charles Krans Feb. 20, 1918 in Peoria. She was a member of .the Henderson Grove Lutheran Church. Her husband died in 1954. Services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Hinchliff-Pearson- West Chapel. There will be no visitation. Burial will be in the Henderson Grove Cemetery. Memorial^ may be made to the Henderson Grove Messiah Lutheran Church, the family said. MRS. BARNEY SILVER ~ RACINE, WIS. - Funeral for Mrs. Barney (Katherine) Silver, of Racine, Wis. who died Saturday, was held Sunday at Maresh-Meredith Funeral Home, Racine, with Rabbi Y. Irving Dick officiating. Mrs. Silver was born on July 18, 1892, in Chicago. She was a member of Beth Israel Sinai Congregation and resided in Racine, for the past 57 years. Surviving are a son, Irving, Racine; a son-in-law, Burrel Barash, Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Lena Goodman, Racine; five grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Golesbura Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Monday, July 2, 1973 14 MRS. PEARL H. WHITE KIRKWOOD — Mrs. Pearl H White, 91, Kirkwood, died Saturday at 8:25 a.m. at Comniu nity Memorial Hospital. The former Pearl McLean was born Aug. 12, 1881, at La Harpe, where she was reared and educated. She married Henry A. White Jan. 28,1902 at La Harpe. He died in 1951. She was a member of the Kirkwood United Methodist Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Opal Admier and Mrs. Mabel Keener, both of Kirkwood, Mrs. Clifford (Grace) Mills, Santa Monica, Calif., and Mrs. Warren (Audrey) Weissinger, Palisades, Calif.; three sons, Damon W., Burlington, Iowa, Hollis, Edwardsville, and Mausoleums and Monuments McFAU MCN!F r NT f 1801 W. Main St /KUtlt\ r;a,esb « r S' 1,1 MRS. GRACE MAE ENGLAND MONMOUTH - Mrs. Grace Mae England, 76, 1033 S. Main St., died Saturday at 1:35 p.m. at the Community Memorial Hospital. The former Grace Mae Wilp liams was born June 27, 1894 in Morgan County, Ind. She was reared and educated in southern Illinois. She married Vincent Winters in 1911 and married Samuel E. England in 1916. He died in 1944. She was a member of the First Christian Church. Surviving- are : a daughter, Miss Lucille Winters, Monmouth; a son, James R. England, Monmouth; two sisters, Mrs. Molly White and Mrs. Millie Davis, both of Clayton, and two brothers, James and Virgil Williams, both of Clayton. Graveside services were held today at 1:15 p.m. at the Monmouth Cemetery. Rev. Ellis Beeman, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiated. Rock Concert in Davenport Expected To Draw 40,000 DAVENPORT, Iowa (UPI) Promoter John P. Rogers said Sunday a legal rock concert he is holding in Davenport July 4 may turn out to be even bigger than a three - day gathering which authorities forced him to cancel. Rogers said he originally hoped to have a three-day concert in early July in Muscatine County, but agreed to call off the r o c k f e s t when Attorney General Richard Turner voiced fear of a large group of marijuana smokers. Rogers said he then adopted an alternate plan for a smaller concert here that would meet all legal requirements. However, publicity about Turner's vehement stand against the festival has apparently sparked interest in the gather ing, artd Rogers now believes that more than 40,000 persons may show up Wednesday to hear the rock music between 10 a.m. and dark. He said persons from all across the country have been calling to inquire about the MRS. SHIRLEY RUTH WARD ABINGDON - Funeral for Mrs. Shirley Ruth Ward, 38, of St. Louis, Mo. who died Thursday, was today at 2 p.m. at Larson Funeral Home, Abingdon, with Rev. Ordell Peterson and Rev. Gary Spurgeon officiating. Burial was at Avon Cemetery. Pallbearers were all cousins. 1 Phone 342SS12 Mrs. Winnifred M. Malley 661 Liberty St. Funeral Services 10 A.M. - TUESDAY ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Monday evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Foley MOtTUAtY 166 N. Broad St. 342-1913 MISS ADA MAY SCOTT MONMOUTH - Miss Ada May Scott, 82, 122 S. Second St., died Sunday at 1:15 a.m. at Community Memorial Hospital. She was born May 31, 1890, at Monmouth, where she was reared and educated. She attended Browns Business College, Galesburg; the National School of Interior Decorating, New York, and the International World Trade School, Los Angeles, Calif. She operated a jewelry business in Monmouth for many years. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, the Mildred Warner Washington Chapter of the DAR, Warren County Historical Society, and a member and past state president of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Tent 2, Chicago. Funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Turnbull Funeral Home. Rev. Patrick Flaherty, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be at Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the Turnbull chapel today and Tuesday until the hour of service. MRS. CHARLES S. MALLEY Mrs. Charles S. Malley, 85, of 661 Liberty St. died Saturday at 11:10 a.m. in the home of her laughter. The former Winnifred M. Shea was born on May 9, 1888 in Plattsmouth, Neb. and married Charles S. Malley there on Dec. 29, J909. She was a member of St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society and was a senior member of Mi-Mi Club. She and her husband had farmed in the|Chapel. Galesburg area for over 20 years. Surviving are a son, William H., Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Russell Denney, Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Kearns, Minnepolis, Minn., and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at the Foley Mortuary. Prayers will be said at 8 p.m. CECAL SALINE LONG BEACH, Calif. - Cecil (Bill) Saline, 71, Long Beach, Calif, died Saturday at Memorial Hospital, Long Beach, Calif. He was born February 20, 1902, near Appleton where he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. He was stationed at Waco, Texas, and later served as a pdlot instructor during World War II. He married Helen Miller on December 1, 1936 in Santa Anna, Calif. During his residence in Knox County he was employed by the Illinois Oil Co. He later spent two years in Nanking, China, as a government employe. He was a 50-year member of the A. T. Darrah 793 of Victoria. He is survived by has widow; a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Sally) Dickson, and a grand son, all of Long Beach; two sisters, Mrs. Ava Speer, Williamsfield, and Mrs. Imo England, Maquon, nieces and nephews. Burial services are pending in Long Beach. GUY WILLIAMSON AURORA, Colo. - Guy Williamson, 96, of Aurora, Colo., died Saturday morning in Aurora". He was born June 10, 1877 in Knox County where he was reared and educated. He fanned in the Gilson area for more than 40 years. Surviving arc two daughters, Mrs. Wilma Pickrel, Duarte, Calif., and Mrs. Jim (Ruby) Pomory, Aurora, Colo.; four grandchilden and eight great grandchildren. Services are pending in Denver, Colo. Davenport festival, especially in light of Turner's comments regarding widespread drug use, nudity and sex acts at rockfests in the past. v One of the group's most concerned about the festival, Rog ers said, is Davenport's Orga nized Crime Unit which delves into narcotics control. "They're just flipping out," Rogers said. Rogers said he is getting a lot of static from the Davenport authorities even though the concert has thus far conformed with all legal standards, includ ing filing for an application and getting permission from the City Zoning Commission. Church Society Purchases Made NEW WINDSOR - The Fern Leaf Society of the Calvary Lutheran Church reported new purchases iat its June 28 meeting. The organization bought two large roasters, two kettles, tliree dozen glasses land six tables. Plans wore made to serve the Lindgren-Krueger wedding reception Aug. 25. The group's next meeting will be July 26 ait 8 p.m. Mrs. Maybelle Thurmah will be the devotional leader. Ada Hughes, Laurel Lindgren and Dorthy Anderson will be the hostesses Maria Thorp, New Windsor, and Debbie Dodson, Moline, returned recently from a 2 -week vacation in Florida. They visited Disney World and other places of interest. Rev. Paul E. Holmer, pastor of the New Windsor Calvary Lutheran Church, and Mrs. Amy Leif attended the Illinois Synod Lutheran Church of America convention held recently at Northern Illinois University, De Kalb. Mrs. Philip Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Atlec Brown, New Windsor, gave birth to a child last week at Tiverton, England. Mrs. Taylor's husband, Philip, teaches at the University of Khartoum in Sudan, Africa. Lya! McGaughy, who underwent heart surgery last week, is a patient at Loyota Medical Center. His address is Loyola Medical Center, Room 2302-2, 2160 South 1st Ave., Maywood, III. The Anderson family reunion was heild recently at Fcnton Park, Aledo. Richard Swansam, Oneida, was re-elected pnesi-[ dsnt and Mrs. Swanson was reelected secretary - treasurer. Thirty-five persons attended the reunion. Traffic Accidents Galesburg police investigated three traffic mishaps during the weekend. No serious injuries were reported and no tickets issued. Cars driven by Georffrey M. Cox, 17,1532 N. Kellogg St., and Jan M. Tracey, 19, 2665 Costa Dr., collided Saturday shortly after 5 p.m. in the 400 block of Fifer St. A car driven by Reginald L. Randall, 20, 897 Yates St., struck one operated by Bruce O. Stratton, 34. 984 Willard St., Sunday at 12:55 a.m. at the corner of Florence Avenue and Dudley Street. A car driven by Robert A. Thornc, 53, 625 Brown Ave., hit a parked auto owned by Thomas A. Robinson Jr., 423 N. Kellogg St., Sunday at 11:27 p.m. near the Robinson home. MONMOUTH - Ed E. Spry, 25, 703 North F St., and his wife, Linda, were injured in a motorcycle accident Sunday at 11 a .m m the 700 block of E. Third Ave. They were taken to Hie Community Memorial Hospital for treatment. Spry told police a dog ran from the yard at 733 E. Third Ave., hit the motorcycle and knocked both riders off. CJiarles B. Shamblin, 26, 831 S. Main St., escaped with minor cuts and abrasions Saturday at 12:35 p.m. when he was thrown from a motorcycle he was rid ing in the 600 block of S. First St. Shamblin was riding his motorcycle south on First St. when it was struck by a bicycle ridden by Gary A. Peters, 22, Muscatine, Iowa. Peters told po- icc he applied his brakes as he approached the Shamblin motorcycle and his bicycle flipped around into the path of Sham blin. Cars driven by David E. Rob- inron, 25, Macomb, and Ronald C. Rrough, 20, 214 S. Sixth St., collided Saturday at 5:13 p.m. on the public square. The drivers were negotiating the 2-lane curve around the square when they sideswipped. Timothy L. Bird, 17, 809 W. Broadway, escaped injury Sun day at 4 :30 p.m. when the steering mechanism and brakes of his car failed. Traffic Court | Eight persons were fined Saturday in Traffic Division ojf Knox County Circuit Court for speeding. < Fined $15 were Thomas Joseph Vigner, 31, Eldridge, Iowa; Harold S. Cottom, 57, Oneida; Leonard J. Keeven, 40, Highland; Richard L. Dailey II, 20, Eldridge, Iowa, and Alvin L. Rose, 27, Lake Storey Trailer Court. j Mamlene Hunt, 19, 1316 E. Knox St., and Kenneth Andrews, 3?, McDonald, Pa., were each fined $13 for speeding. Robert Mueller, 38, 3290 Oxford Lane, paid $12 for speeding. Paying $15 for having no valid t^eciprocity or prorate plates were Larry D. Wyatt, 34, Woodward, Okla; Gaylord A. Haiver- son, 39, Woodward, Okla.; Louis Jolvt Mead. 33, Dickens, Iowa, and James H. Howard, 23, Monona, Iowa. Others fined $15 Saturday were Larry L. Kelly, 29, Indiaft- ola, Iowa, safety test violation, and William B. Armstrong, 45, Befctendorf, Iowa, operating a semi without authorization. Fined $10 were Jerry L. Walker, 39, Kimberly Terrace, failing to yield the right of way; Dona S. Starbird, 27, 1485 N. Prairie St. backing violation; Jerry W. Taylor, 16, 1676 S. Seminary St., stop signal violation, and Johnnie J. Wlietscll, 27, Abingdon, too much noise. Arrests Three persons were arrested during the weekend for disorderly conduct. LeRoy Dortoli, 24, 1535 Mc- Knigiltt St., was charged after an incident Saturday about 8 p.m. in Uie 500 block of West Second Street. RoUin W. Wilkins, 48, 170 N. Seminary St., was booked after he was hauled into police headquarters Sunday by a cab driver. He was reportedly intoxicated. Rose C. Thompson, 37, Alton a, was cited for disorderly conduct after she apparently refused to stay away from a tavern she had been instructed to leave. Larry D. Pettis, 20, 1069 W. Berrien St., was taken into custody Saturday about 8 p.m. as an AWOL from the military. He Bird told police he was driv -f was held for military authori- ing north on a gravel road,'ties- aboiiit five miles oast of Mon -j mouth when he felt something go wrong with the steering. He said the brakes failed when he attempted to apply them and Thefts MONMOUTH - A stereo valued at $75 was stolen from Apt. the car wont into a ditch and I? at LlncoIl l Homes - awarding MRS. PAUL A. MOORE ONTARIO, Calif. — Mrs. Paul A. Moore, 76, of Ontario, Calif, died Saturday in Ontario. The former Estella Pauline Hayes was born on May 6, 1897 in Little York. She had resided in Ontario for the past 22 years. Surviving are her husband, Paul A. Moore; a sister, Mrs. Gladys Sterett, Galesburg; two sons," Paul Jr., Ontario, and Forrest, Galesburg; six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services and burial will be Thursday in Ontario. MRS. FRANCES SCOTT MONMOUTH - Mrs. Frances Scott, 85, died Sunday at 8:15 a.m. at her residence at Oak Terrace Apartments. The former Frances McHugh was born Feb. 2, 1888, at Tiskilwa, where she was reared and educated. She came to Monmouth in 1906 and worked at the Colonial where she opened a beauty shop which she operated until the hotel closed three years ago. Surviving are nephews, nieces and cousins, including R. K. Fraser, Monmouth. Funeral will 'be Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church. Burial will be at St. Mary's Cemetery. Prayers will be said tonight at p.m. at the Hoover Memorial Revenue Shares For Road Work ALPHA — Oxford Township Beard of Trustees decided June Id to use $8,718 in revenue- sharing funds for transportation ar.d road purposes, The funds include $4,064 from 1972 and $2,327 from Jan. 1- June 39 of 1973. An additional $2,237 will be received ait the end of the year. Oxford Post American Legion Auxiliary will meet July 11 at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall. New officers will be installed at the meeting. United Methodist Women will meet July 12 at 2 p.m. at the church. Mrs. Carl McClenning will be program leader. Hostess- s are Mrs. Melvin Rutledgc Gniklren ()f the United e , , junior bin &cout iroop u senes f fj |d m ( a , 0f , ua j nt will hold a paper drive July I4.| lhem wj(h pla J Q[ hit a fence. Dishicrt 225 To Remodel Alpha Building WOODHULL - District 225 Board of Education has agreed to proceed with remodeling of the north building at Alpha to bring if. in line with fire and srfety code standards. The board set a top price of $30,000 on the project during a meeting June 25. A contract for landscaping at Alpha was signed with a price not to exceed $2,000. Contracts were given Jim Brown, to teach math-.physical education and to be head football coach, and to Mrs. Darwin Swanson, who will teach girls' physical education ait the junior high school. Local residents are asked to] bring papers to the Town Hall between 8-9 a.m. Alpha Church Meeting Planned ALPHA — The semiannual business meeting of Alpha Baptist Church will be held following a noon potluck at the church July 8. The church school picnic was held at Andover Retreat Center June 29. Oxford Post American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion Hall for installation of officers July 11 at 8 p.m. Alpha Village Board will meet at the Town Hall today at 7 p.m. John Kile, Kansas City, Mo., spent June 23-24 at the home of his mother, Mrs. Virginia Kelly. Archie Peterson was admitted as a patient to Moline Public Hospital June 20. the area. to a report made by Terry Walker Saturday at 11:59 p.m. Walker told police the theft occurred sometime Saturday between 4-11:59 p.m. Mrs. Dorothy Fcrrenburg, 1(150 E. Broadway, reported to police Saturday at 1:35 p.m. that she left her purse on the candy counter at Spurgeon's department store and returned a few minutes later to find it gone. wShe said the purse contained about $4 in cash. Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY - Deanna Lynn Parsons, of near Galesburg, and Byron Eugene Davis, 1040 N. Seminary St. Janice A. Griffith, and Rodney C. Al^ren, both of Peoria. Diana E. Pascoe, 273 S. Pearl St., and Marc II. Young, 93 Sumner St. Susan Gayle (Ben thine) Holmes, 57, Mobile City Trailer Ct., and Raymond Harold Ruble, Donnellson, Iowa. Jane Ailene Herring, 1614 N. Seminary St., and Robert Alton Moore, Peoria. Miss Linda Kay Carter, Brimfield, and George Floyd Knox, near Galesburg. Persons who have chapor.mod; Cheryl 1). (Rosenberg) Little, the trips for fifth and sixthJ820 Willard St., and Ronald E. graders are Mrs. Andy Anderson, Mrs. Ron Hoburg, Mrs. Ernest Lamb, Mrs. Dale Reed and Rev. and Mrs. Ensign Leininger. Keith Clement, AiWood vo-ag instructor, attended a recent seminar for instructors at the University of Elinois. During the conference, he was elected chairman of Section in agriculture teachers. The section encompasses Henry, Bureau and the southern half of Rock Island County. A report on the summer recreation program was given when AiWood Business Assn. met at Woodhull Plaza June 25. The pix>gram is being held this week. Hours at Woodhull are from 9 a.m. to noon, and at Alpha from 1-4 p.m. Buster, Wataga. Birlbs Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Winchester, 301 E. Huston St., a boy Saturday at 11:07 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Weaver, 116 Cedar St., a girl Sunday at 3:18 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James C. McKinzie, North Henderson, a boy Sunday at 5:27 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Fox, Abingdon, a boy Sunday at 6:03 pm. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Herby Black Jr., Victoria, a boy Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Divorces Filed KNOX COUNTY - Wanda J. Hurbert against A. C. Hurbert. \

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