Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1973 · Page 14
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AT 14 Golesbur ister-Mail, Golesburg Prido J i MONMOUTH - Shoes for five tfeffls a pair - a pretty school dress for 1$ cento. fhose are the types of bargains the Thrift Store at Jamiesen Community Center (JCC) has made available for the past six years to area residents who have trouble stretching their incomes to meet their basic needs. i the beginning Thrift Store hi of The story, of steady growth, area at JCC allocated for the Thrift Store has been expanded and remodeled several times and those in charge are cur* reitfly asking for even more space. THE STOCK has grown continuously as more people in the area have become aware of the need at the Thrift Store and have donated ever increasing amounts of clothing, appliances, furniture and frames. hours Shoppers have increased ere or two people stopping in now and then to over 200 per month. To accommodate the people, who because of limited incomes are unable to purchase clothing and household items as regular prices, opening hours at the Thrift Shop are being doubled this week. Instead of being open two per day on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, the Thrift Shop will now be open as follows: Mondays, 1-3 p.m.; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9-10:45 a.m., and Fridays, 9-10:45 a.m. and 7-9 p.m. Rev. David Preininger, JCC director, said today, "We simply had to increase our opening hours to accommodate a very apparent need." He said that too many people eligible to shop at the Thrift Store were unable ro F get in during the previous shop* ping hours, either because they w*re at work or the hours were in Presents Check Percy Hall, left, presents Lester Strom with a check for $350 recently for the Warren Achievement School. The donation was from the Western Illinois CB Booster Club, which has now given $1,700 to the local school for handicapped children. Merchants from Monmouth, Galesburg, Roseville and Abingdon helped make the donation possible by giving prizes for the recent CB Jamboree at Delabar State Park. Truman Familv A,exis: Mr 311(1 Mrs Carl L xi umaii r «tmiiy Carlson ^ Mary( Roscville . Holds Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Truman, A' * ~\M #u Aled °; Mr - ^ Mrs - 1)6311 At MOnmOlim zielke oquawka; Mr. and MONMOUTH — The 35th Mrs. Robert Zielke, Oquawka; annual Truman-Carlson reun- Mrs. Charles Green, Oquaw- ion was held June 24 at 12:30 ka; Mr. and Mrs. John Green, p.m. at Monmouth Park. Little York; John Carner, After a picnic a business Kirkwood; Mrs. Lena Carl- meeting was held in which con; Mr. and Mrs. William Dean Zielke was elected Webb and Rosie, Galesburg; president and Beulah Truman, N. Webb, Peoria; Mr. and secretary Mrs - Charles 'Carlson, Ke- Presiding officers this year wanee; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin were Melvin Truman and Truman, Seaton; Mr. and Esther Green.-Those present Mrs. Lonnie Mills, Bnmfield; were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Virgil Judd, Garden Truman, Keithsburg; Mr. and Grove, Calif.; Vuicent Car- Mrs. Arlo Fleet, Kewanee; son, Oquawka, and Alice Carl- Mrs. H i 1 m e r Gustafson, son, Galva. For A New JV Experience In Dining f m TRY THE JjiLl WOODHULL PLAZA Sunday BUFFET Lllll DINNERS #*ftdW* 1 11*0 A.M. to °° | 7:00 P.M. p\0%0 | Every Sunday^ >. Early Sunday '«^.rji ? ^y?f;;;XA Morning kfasr 12 MIDNIGHT TILL 2:30 A.M. Served Buffet Style $1.45 (Different variety of food Tuesday Night Specials ONE-HALF FRIED CHICKEN S2.25 8-OZ. WESTERN STRIPETTE W.60 Wednesday Night Special CHARIOIN STEAK *2.25 Friday Night Specials CATFISH DINNER *2.«> CATFISH (1 Full lb.) *3-2$ ONE-HAIF FRIED CHICKEN $2.25 Saturday Night Specials 8.0Z. WESTERN STRIPETTE $2 60 CHARIOIN STEAK ^ $225 All Special* Include POTATOES — SALAD — ROLLS Salad Bar Available Friday A Saturday Nights and Sunday Until 7:00 p.m. SOFT ICE CREAM - QT. 65c - GAL. 12.25 Banquet Facilities Available — Birthday Cakes on Request COFFEE SHOP and DINING ROOM BACK IN FULL OPERATION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AFTER OUR FIRE. PLAZA Interstate 74 and Illinois Rt. 17 PHONE 934-2191 WOOPHUU, ILLINOIS r inconvenient. THE REV. MR. Preiningef said that although most of the iteftis donated to the Hirtft Store are sold to low income people, some of them are given away. "I imagine we average making outright gifts to about 20 families a month," he said, "and, of course, we have always made our merchandise available to the schools.*' He explained that school representatives often come to the store to get items such as boots, shoes or coats for children who are unable to attend school because they don't have the proper clothing. Mrs. Gloria Witt manages the Thrift Store with the assistance of about 20 regular women volunteers. The volunteers reportedly spend about 125-175 hours per month sorting, cleaning, repairing, and displaying merchandise in the Thrift Store. The Rev. Mr. Preininger said more volunteers are needed. He said, "We do have one group of church women who are considering volunteering to take over repairing some of the donated clothes but even if they do, we could still use more help." Plans are also being made to open classes this fall to teach regular shoppers at the store to make their own alterations and repairs. DONATIONS to the Thrift Store may be left either at JCC or, if the center is closed, in the Salvation Army container just outside. JCC has an understanding with the Salvation Army that they may empty their container each morning and sort out and keep anything that may be used in the Thrift Store. Wilt Be Installed By K of C, Assembly Hawk, m North B St., will be installed AS Grind Knight of Monmouth Knights of Co* lumbus Council 1496 Saturday at the Council rooms. Victor Cokel, 1005 W. Sixth Ave., will be installed as Faithful Navigator of Monmouth Fourth Degree As* sembly at the joint installation. The proceeding will also include the installation of Fourth Degree Assembly Officers from Galesburg, Canton and Kenneth Unger, district deputy of Woodhull, will install the Council officers. A 5:45 p.m. Mass will be said at the Immaculate Conception Church followed by a dinner at the Council rooms before the installations. Reservations are to be made with Hawk. Correspondent Mrs. Lorraine S For Newi lit S. 10th St. Phone 7344711 Misled Copies 7344*1 Course By County's Farm Bureau MONMOUTH MM. Carl of the Schreck, chairman v Safety Committee of the Warren County Farm Bureau Women's Committee, announced today that a defensive driving course will be (ffer&l local residents soon. preventing nMi -oflf-road accidents, pedestrian tod Mcjfcie safety, the alcohol and drug problem as it relates to driving, backing and grade crossing accidents, and driving on essways. The program is aimed Instructors lor the 8-hour, accident prevention MONMOUTH Community Memorial Hosp Checks Buy avid Preininger, director of Jamieson Community Thursday checks some of the merchandise in the Thrift Store. People with limited incomes who are to purchase clothing and household items they need iced may shop at the Thrift Store at between five to 15 cents. The Rev. Mr. Preininger said that although the Thrift Store usually had a good supply of most items, it could use more boys' clothing, appliances and furniture. The money from sales in the Thrift Store is placed in the I general operating fund at JCC. It is used for giving emergency food and shelter to fire victims, people waiting for welfare funds and transients. "We probably use about $1,000 a year that Vaughn, Monmouth way," said the director. m « Admissions Wednesday: John Lee, Alexis; Edward Chinn, Davenport, Iowa; } AT ry Smith, Seaton; Mrs. Almiron Parker, Mrs. Lyrai long, Miss Donna Traver, Miss Peggy Giddings, Monmouth. Dismissals Wednesday: None. Births Wednesday: Daughters to Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Cook, Biggsville, and Mr. and Mrs. David Dowdall, Alexis. A son to Mr. and Mrs. David classroom-rtype program be Country Companies insurance (personnel who have been specially trained by tional Safety Council. Tlie course will include movies, visual aids, lecture and discussion methods, Subjects to be covered in the course are preventability of motor vehicle accidents, principles of defensive driving, the six situations of the 2-car crash, the standard accident prevention formula, and has complete hacking of •the National Safety Council, the National Safety Council recently reported that 54,700 people were killed in automobile accidents in the United States last year, considerably more than the number of Americans lost since the start of the Vietnam War. Enrolment for the defensive driving course is now being accepted at the Farm Bureau off f ice. Young Girl Victim ROSEVILLE — The youngest daughter of a Roseville couple died Thursday in a barn fire at her home. Brenda Smith, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Smith, near Roseville, was pronounced dead at the scene by Warren County Coroner William Hoover Thursday at 4:30 p.m.. The girl, who had celebrated her third birthday Monday, was reportedly playing in the fam-j ily's barn with two of her sisters, Sandra, 10, and Barbara, 8, and a neighbor girl, Kathy Taylor,jBryan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Taylor, when the blaze swept through the hayloft. Fire Barn Roseville firemen were called to the scene at 2:30 p.m. and fought the fire for two hours. The Roseville Fire Department said that the barn was a total loss and that no cause for the fire had been determined. Mrs. Warren Taylor said that her daughter told her the fire started almost "like an explosion." It ignited the hay between the three girls and Brenda Lee making rescue of the girl impossible. Hoover said, "I'm assuming right now that death was due to asphyxiation from inhalation of flames and smoke." Hoover also said that an inquest would be held during the first part of next week. Brenda Smith was born on July 2, 1970, at Monmouth. She is survived by her parents, three sisters, Linda, 12, Sandra and Barbara, all at home; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith, Honor Workers MONMOUTH - The Warren County Red Cross will honor all bloodmobile volunteer workers at its annual meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Colonial Room of the National Bank of Monmouth. Mrs. Lyle Finley, Mrs. Eldon Tinsman, Mrs. Stanley Marion, Mrs. Harry. Gibb and Mrs. Roger Smith will be honored for helping with the program since it was first started in 1951. Others will be awarded five, 10, 15 and 30-year service pins. Roseville, and a maternal grandfather, Orval Young, Good Hope. Funeral will be Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Roseville Christian Church, with Rev. Robert officiating. Burial will be at Asbury Cemetery, near Roseville. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Roseville Christian Church Nursery, the family said. Contributions may be left at the Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. The All-Star, Little League game planned for July 4 was called due to weather. No new date has been set. Vasectomy Info Hotline Begins In Washington WASHINGTON (UPI) vasectomy hotline, believed be the nation's first, began full time operation here this week to inform men (and women) * * about the simple procedure permits the continued enjoyment of sex without the The Pee Wee Cubs will meet the Cardinals July 9. The second game will be the Little League Dodgers vs. the White Sox. The first game July 10 will be the Pee Wee Yanks and Indians. Little Leaguers Braves and Indians will meet for the second game. Office Closed MONMOUTH — The Warren County Red Cross office will be closed July 9-23, according to Mrs. Gerry Bishop, executive sccrctsry. Mrs. Bishop said today that people needing Red Cross assistance should phone Robert Sheridan, president of the board. People wishing service for military families jnay contact Mrs. Bishop. 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Police,the telephone service. that after said v Thursday During an eight-week test run shing down allergy pills with last summer drink, he insulted passing 49 a drum, ne lnsmiea passing 49 telephone motorists and ripped the shirt service off a policeman who intervened. calls after the was advertised RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SERVICE AND SALES 101 W. Morion St. - lost Golefburg Phono 342-6115 W > ft You're heading in the right direction . , .toward the Classified columns of your newspaper. That's where you'll find the interesting news about the things which are important to you in your everyday life . .. news about job vacancies, places to live, automobiles for sale, recreational and leisure-time facilities and equipment, and a variety of miscellaneous items for sale. No matter how sophisticated advertising and communication techniques become, Classified is still the one best way for person-to-person communication of needs and wants. (jalesburo Register-Mail Phone 343-7181

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