Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 23, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 23, 1973
Page 12
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12 Goltsburo Rtatster-Moil, Golesburo, III. Mondoy, July 23, 1973 Oat Cutting For Alexis Show Preparations for a threshing bee to be held at the Alexis Progress Show, July 27-29, were made recently at an old* fashioned community oat cutting day. Lawrence Yung, above, cut five acres of oats at the west edge of Alexis with a 60-year- old McCormick-Deering binder pulled by his four 1-ton Belgian horses. John McKeague, Alexis, left, and Roy Peterson, New Windsor, right, check shocks of oats piled by volunteers. McKeague owns a 1937 Model A John Deere tractor and Peterson owns a John Deere binder made in the early 1940s. Both were used to cut another 10 acres of oats one mile south and one mile west of Alexis. Horse, Buggy Day Success In Knoxville KNOXVILLE - Knoxvitie was anything but a 1-horse torn Saturday as a host of horses, sttrries, buggies and carts paraded down Main Street as part oi* the annual Horse and Buggy Day. The parade, led by Mrs. Eugene Bragg, included the Sheriff's Posse of Galesburg. Mrs. Marge Carlton wheeled her grandson, "Little" Coke Baxter, son of the Mike Baxters, in an antique baby carriage. Mrs. Baxter also wheeled her daughter, Missy Baxter, in an antique carriage. The parade went to the Knox County Nursing Home and St. Martha's Nursing Home. Dale Logsdon superintendent of streets and his assistant, Paul Mathews, served as the clean-up crew. A chartered bus from Galesburg brought about 40 persons to tour historic sites during the day. The Junior Woman's Club enjoyed sell-out success at its food booths. Pony rides were provided by Cecil Mixer and Byron Stephenson. A total of 21 merchants were set up for the flea market. The annual Hutson reunion Knoxville ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home AddttM: Sid N. f irt««f M, w ! l? be held Sunday at the New* mah Community Center. A potluck will be served at 12:30 p.m. The Bloodmobile will be visit* ing Knoxville Thursday in front of the Legion Hall. Hours will be 12-6 p.m. The Christian education and worship departments of the Christian Church will meet Tues- d?y at 7 p.m. The stewardship department will meet at 8 p.m. Appleton Pioneers 4-H Club girls will be guests of the 4 K's Unit of Home Extension when they meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at James Knox Park. Lincoln Girl Dies in Wreck Garden Club Will Picnic In Abingdon ABINGDON - Abin«don Garden Club will have a ptenie at the city park Wednesday it 6:30 p.m. Drink will be furnished by UK commntee. Berean Baptist Church wiM have a Bible Study it Friendly Cafe Wednesday at 7 p.m. A converts class will be held at First Assembly of God Church Wednesday at 10 a.m. First Assembly of God Church softball team wtil play the Salvation Army Tuesday at 5 p.m. A reception for Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Meadows and Dora Lee of Rio Linda, Calif., will be held at the: city park Wednesday MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, ill. Ph. 48*247* ATLANTA, 111. (UPI) - Linda Lysen, 25, Lincoln, was killed Sunday and two other persons injured in a two • car accident on U.S. 66 near here. Miss Lysen died when her car was struck broadside by an auto driven by Willis Robinson, 30, Joliet, state police said. Robinson and a passenger in his car, Catherine Robinson, 21, Joliet, were listed in serious condition today at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Police said Robinson was charged with illegal transportation of alcohol after an open bottle of liquor was found in his car. READ THE WANT ADS! from 64 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. The Abingdon Fife Depart' ment was called to the Mike Hale residence Thursday at midnight. Cause of the fire was attributed to a ceiling fan which burned out. Damage was limited to smoke. Miss Teri Schccnover and Miss Sandy Johnson returned home Sunday after a trip to Vermillion, S, D. Miss Johnson registered as a freshman at the University of South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Milton, Jackson, Tenn., were Friday guests at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Lucille Melton. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGrew have returned from a 3,000-mile trip to Montreal and Niagara Falls, Canada, the New England States and Washington, D. C, and Arlington, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Olsnian returned home Saturday from a 2-week trip covering 13 states. [They visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lindiey, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Bob Perdue, at Norwich, Conn., and her broth- ef-in-laiW and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Petrlik, at Portland, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Les Foster have sold their home at 509 W. Adams St. to Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClure of St, Augustine. The Fosters will reside at 507 W. Beacon Road, Lakeland, Fla., where he has accepted a position with Food Machine Co. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Richey of Rack .Island Sunday visited his mother, Mrs. Grace Richey, who is a patient at Abingdon Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Weir Hardy of Peoria Sunday visited his grandmother, Mrs. Ada Weir, who is a patient at Abingdon Nursing Home. Popcorn kernels expand from 30 to 35 times their size when popped. You Know "The 'Money Store' Bank" PAYS MAXIMUM RATES OF INTEREST On All Regular Savings Accounts and New Certificates of Deposit? Regular Passbook Savings Earn New 90 Day Certificates of Deposit Earn .1 New 1-2*4 Yr. 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