Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1963 · Page 9
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MClNMCrUTHW FOR MISSED C0P1KS PHONE 734^121 Before 6:30 List Traffic In Monmouth MONMOUTH-Mn. Ruby R. Yards of Galesburg, wu tick«t«d Friday for a school light violation on South Eleventh Street and East Third Avenue. She is scheduled (or a hearing at police court at a later date. Mrs. Marian F. Strout of 4tt N. First St. was fined $10 in police court Friday for a right-of-way violation after she turned at Archer Avenue and Main Street and struck a ear driven by MJn Marlene Yoder of 427 N. Third St. John M. Treiley, 18, of near Monmouth wai fined JS and assessed $5 in costs Friday for making excessive noise with his car. Appears Friday Terry Surber, 20, of 338 W. North St., Galesburg, who was arrested at 2:30 a. m. Sunday by Robert Stevens, Warren County deputy sheriff, appeared in police court Friday. Surber was arrested after he lost control of his car HVi mites east of Monmouth on U.S. 34. The car went across the pavement and tore out 104 yards of fence on a farm owned by Arnold Ischer. Dale T. DeVore, police magistrate Friday fined Surber $25 and assessed him $10.30 in costs for the illegal possession of liquor and fined him $10 and assessed him $5 in costs for using the Wrong lane. Admitted Thursday, Mrs. Mitel McDonald, Swan Creek; Mrs. Ethel Steele, Monmouth. Born Friday, boy to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reihm, Monmouth. Admitted Friday, Donald Tatman, Monmouth. Dismissed Friday, Mrs. Mary Pierce, Mrs. Minnie Sprague, Mrs. Lewis Kelley, Mrs. Theodore Harrison, Monmouth; Joseph Erlandson, Mrs. Philip Anders and baby, Mrs. Miles McDonald, Swan Creek; Mrs. Kenneth Blevins and baby, Roseville. Will Admitted For Probate MONMOUTH - The Will Of Mathew P. Wynne of, Monmouth who died Sept. s, was admitted for probate in Warren County Court Friday. According to the petition, he left real estate and personal property of undetermined value to his widow, Mrs. Lillian Wynne. Judge Scott I. Klukos appointed the son, Robert B. Wynne, executor. Set Fourdyce Reunion OQUAWKA—The Fourdyce family reunion will be held at Delabar State Park Sunday at 1 p. m. Mrs. E. M. Bergman of Chicago is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edward Dunn and husband. Mrs. Emma S. Kirby, who had resided for the past 16 years in Eads, Colo., has returned to her home in Oquawka. READ THE WANT ADS! Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 4264871 P. O. Box 397 riers have an earlier time sched ule as of this week. They are leav ing a half-hour earlier. Rural patrons weer asked to take note of this change. Roseville Boy Scouts were among those of the Prairie Council taking part in a campout today. Don Sprout is their scout leader and accompanied the troop. Eighteen members of the Friendly Mixers Class and their children held a wiener roast and supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Huston Thursday. Devotions were given by Mrs. Deen Lincoln. Public Meeting Called on Proposed Roseville School ROSEVILLE—A public meeting to discuss the proposed new high school building will be held at the Roseville High School Oct. 15 at 8 p. m. The purpose of the meeting is to give everyone in the School District the opportunity to obtain information on the need for a new high school and why it' is not practical to renovate the present building and to answer questions as to how much it will increase taxes. Benjamin A. Horn, architect who designed the elementary school here, has prepared preliminary drawings of the proposed new high school building. These drawings may be seen anytime in the superintendent's office at the elementary school building. They also will be on display at the public meeting Oct. 15. Guest Day is Coffeetitne Coffeetime was the theme of the guest day Roseville Woman's Club meeting Wednesday, in the clubrooms with Mrs. Leon Vogele in charge of the program. She read a paper on the history and economic importance of coffee. A skit on the proper way to prepare good coffee was presented by Mrs. Richard Icenogle, Mrs. Donald Kirkpatrick, Mrs. James Palmer and Mrs. Ira Land. A coffee quiz was conducted by all members and guests and Mrs. Howard Taylor won a special prize — a pound of coffee. Coffee and cookies were served from a table decorated in fall colors, with Mrs. John Felt and Mrs. Robert Larson pouring. The hostesses were Mrs. Vernon Hartsell, Mrs. Hubert Allard, Mrs. 0. B. Bowles, Mrs. Lester Holmes, Mrs. Herman Kington, Mrs. Millard Palmburg and Mrs. Kenneth Watt. Roseville Briefs Mr, and Mrs. K. L. Becraft were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Becraft's sister, Mrs. Don Metcalf in Charleston, They also attuided the Fidler reunion in Muncie, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gingerich and Mrs. Helen Dosier of Macomb were dinner guests Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hoyt. Mrs, R. R. Pearson was hostess to the afternoon auxiliary Bridge Club Tuesday in her home, A dessert course was served at 2 p.m. after which bridge was played. Prises were won by M r s. Russell Lobar and Mrs. Carl Clore, Mrs, G, G, Neii&on is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs H. H. Beister in Belvidere. Birth Record A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blevins Tuesday at Monmouth Hospital. Mi. and Mrs. A. J. Blevins are paternal grandparents. Point Pleasant Circle will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Addie Granger. Mrs. Reab Beasley and Mrs. George Beasley will assist as hostesses. The Roseville rural mail car- OUTSTANDINO COUPLE—Mr. and Mrs. Dwayae Zipse, above, of Blackhawk Orange, Ogle County, Forrestoa, at Friday night's session of the Illinois State Grange convention fat Galea* burg, were named the "Outstanding Young Couple of the Year." The eenple received this honor on the basis of their participation In grange and community activities. (Story on page 2.) Guests Dine at Driscoll Home MONMOUTH — Dinner guests recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Driscoll were his brother, Rev. Daniel Driscoll, S.D.V., Boston, Mass.; Mrs. Edith Wortman, Los Angeles, Calif., and their mother, Mrs. 0. A. Walters of Alexis. Other guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. David Driscoll and son of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Driscoll and children of Monmouth. Other guests in the Driscoll home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Salyers of Alexis and Miss Marie Strode of Evergreen Park. Young Worker Falls 100 Feet To His Death SPRINGFIELD (UPD-An 18- year - old apprentice ironworker fell 100 feet to his death here Friday while working on construction project at Lake Springfield. Charles Richard Lescaleet, Springfield, apparently lost bis footing on a narrow iron beam as he worked on an addition to the new Springfield Water, Light 4 Power Co. addition. He graduated from Springfield High School in June and since then had worked for the Chism Construction Co. The youth's father, Robert Lescaleet, also an ironworker, was working on the addition at the time of the accident but did not see his son fall. ROYALTY — Albert Ebel Jr., above, Riley Grange, McHenry County, Genoa, and Barbara Gauch, Torkel Hill Grange, St. Clair County, Freeburg, were named king and queen of the Illinois State Grange Friday night In Galesburg. Both were chosen on their participation in grange and community events, overall personality, and their ranking on an oral test. (Story on page 2.) Greet Guests At Fairview Club Session FAIRVIEW - The Fairview Woman's Club met Oct. 1 in the Reformed Church Chapel, with Mrs. John Markley presiding. Mrs. Joseph Kalley led the group with the pledge to the Flag. Guests introduced were Mrs. Morey Rapatee, Mrs. Mary Elliott, Mrs. Michael Balogna, Mrs. Ed Schmidt, Mrs. William K. Brown, Mrs. Eder E. Dorenbus, Mrs. Mary Shotsburger and Mrs. Melvin Gilbert, of Farmington; Miss Verna Schornick, St. Paul, Minn.,- Mrs. Mabel J. Clifford, Cuba; Mrs. Otto L. Linquist, Canton; Mrs. Howard Locke and Mrs. Bartel Bylsma. Mrs. Harold Latimer, program chairman; introduced Mrs. Marie Harrison of Cuba, who presented a program of "Poems," by Mrs. J. Marie Phillips of Cuba. Many of Mrs. Phillips' poems have been published. Mrs. Harrison was moderator and poems were read by Mrs. Joseph Polhemus, Mrs. Howard Vohland, Mrs. Charles Ham and Mrs. John Herbert, who is the daughter of Mrs, Phillips. Mrs. Ralph Ray showed slides of the Reformed Church as Mrs. Polhemus read poem "Prosperity," written after the Reformed church celebrated its 125th anniversary last year. Mrs. Harrison closed the program with the reading of "A Poet's Soul." Refreshments were served from a decorated autumn table. Mrs. Clyde E. Shulman and Mrs. Roy Fullmer served at the tea and coffee service. Serving on the refreshment committee were Mrs. Ralph Abbadusky, Mrs. Ed Link, Mrs. Roy Burnside, Mr§. C. L. Cattron, Mrs. Reynold Conlon and Mrs. Roy Fullmer. Six Are Held After Selling Dope to Agents CHICAGO (AP)—Five men and one woman who allegedly distributed marijuana from Mexico to the Chicago - Gary, Ind., area, have been arrested by the Illinois Narcotic Control Division. Division Superintendent Joseph J. Healy said Friday that agents posed as wholesalers to obtain evidence for the arrests. Healy said the agents had purchased 14 pounds of marijuana at a cost of $1,800 to be used as evidence. Three persons were arrested when they delivered marijuana to the agents. They are Emanuel Morison, 26, and Ethel Maddox, 19, both of Gary, and a Calumet City, Ind., man, Gary Knasniew- ski, 27. Arrested in connection with the sale to the agents were Robert Davern, 30, and Joseph Morgin, 32, both of Chicago. The sixth person, Monte Canarini, 25, of Hammond, Ind., was seized as an accessory to the sale. Red Countries Approach U.S. Regarding Wheat WASHINGTON (AP)-The State Department said Friday there have been approaches from the governments of Communist Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Bulgaria for the purchase of American wheat. Press officer Robert McCloskey said it is his understanding that "no specifics have been discussed I as to the amounts or payments for the wheat." Homecoming Fever Mounts • In Elmwood (PfcttM et Mgi II) ELMWOOD—Aside from coming out on the wrong end of a » to nothing football game against Wethersflcld, the Elm* wood High School Homecoming went as scheduled. The queen of the homecoming celebration thii year was Diane Daley. Her attendants were Pamela Real, Frances Miles and Suzy Strappe. Richard Hamman, who was named the night of the dance, was Homecoming king. His attendants were Wayne Hard* ing, Terry Runyon and Bob Dawson. A stunt show was held after the parade; it Was won by the freshmen with the seniors coming in second. The sophomores won the float competition with the Junior right behind them. Gottsburo Rifll$ter»Mail, Golaiburo, III, $oturdoy, Oct, 5, )963 9 Co-captains of Wyoming 's football team are ends Mack Balls of Afton, Wyo., and Tom Delaney of Davenport, Iowa. JUNIORS AT STRONGHURST THEMED THIS FLOAT "CLIMB LADDER TO SUCCESS." ADDITIONAL PARADE PHOTOS ON PAOI 13.) Marriage License MONMOUTH—Dwight Eugene Bird of Galesburg and Mary Maxine Reischling of Monmouth obtained a marriage license Friday. 'Intruder' Slaiii HOUSTON (UP!) - A large black horse ran to Wally Franks' house Friday, kicked'in a window, knocked an air conditioner down on top of a television set and J tried to climb inside. The animal later was shot by a Harris County official. READ THE WANT ADS! REAP THE WANT ADS! THE i ^yiV F0LKS /^-# KROGER Priced means... LOWEttPttWEB I I I I I I COUPON WORTH SO FREE TOP VALUE STAMPS With Purchase of S5.00 or mon Sunday-Monday Expires Tnai., Oct. S Limit 1 (1) thanks to KROGER Volume! 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