Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 8, 1973 · Page 33
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 33

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, August 8, 1973
Page 33
Start Free Trial

34 (klMbufj Aealste^MaH, Galesbufg, Hi. Wednesday, Aug A jjj y 1973 Williamsfield Youth Makes Friends With Twins Player WILLtAMSFlfiLD - Marty Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawy Rice of Williamsfield, recently read a newspaper story about Danny Thompson, a Minnesota Twins infielder, who has leukemia. Marty also has (he disease. Marty is now proudly displaying A tetter from Thompson which, lilt part, reads ". . .1 guess all we can do is pray, believe in the Lord and keep our heads up and battle this thing together. Thank you again for your letter, and I hope you are feeling better with this letter. Your friend, Danny Thompson." Marty, his mother and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gibson, left Aug. 6 for Memphis, Tenn., where Marty will go through a 6- week check-up at St. Jude Children's Hospital. The Marty Rice Trust Fund started by Williamsfield residents received profits from twc dances held last weekend. Miss Karen Methany, 16, who moved here Aug. 3, planned a benefit dance for Marty which netted $16. , The Moonlighters Square Dance Club hosted a square dance Aug. 5 at the Legion Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lumberry were chairmen. Callers from several clubs took turns calling, and prizes donated' by area merchants were awarded. AH proceeds — $135 — went to the fund. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Blust, Mr. and Mrs. John Bamfield and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tucker chose a unique mode of transportation — motorboat — for a weekend trip to St. Louis, Mo. The group put the Blusts' boat into the Illinois River at Chillicothe Aug. 1 and arrived at its destination shortly after noon the following day. They attended a ball game, saw a stage production and did some t'ight-seeing before starting the return trip Aug. 4. Youths from the Williamsfield and Dahinda churches presented a folk musical, "Tell It Like It Is," at the Aug. 5 morning worship service at Dahinda United Methodist Church. They will repeat the performance at Wiffiamsfield United Methodist Church Aug. 26 at 11 a.m. The musical was written by Ralph Carmichael, directed by Janet Collopy, and Mrs. Joe Collopy was accompanist. Members of the cast were Karen and Kris Morris, Connie C o 11 o p y, Marianne Wight, Robin Josephson, Leah Webb, Barbara Woolsey, Di~ sna Baird, Fred Kimler, Charlie Cooiey, Rick Josephson, John Woolsey, David Sexton and David Davis. Percy Cain and Roger Dykeman, both of Williamsfield, were named delegates to the Illinois National Farmers' Organisation convention at a county meeting Aug. 2. Other delegates elected were Edwin Gertnan, Victoria; Bob Williams, Dahinda; Boyd Logan and Clyde French, Abingdon; Ardo Peterson, Rio; Eldon Ekstedt, Altona, and Stuart England, Oneida. Alternate delegates will be .lean Cain, Norma Dykeman, Mary German, Charlotte Wil- lipms, Zelma Logan and Peggy Peterson. Glen Utley, Long Branch, fed., NFO national director, will be featured speaker at the convention in Springfield Sept. 8. The Biltown Bomberettes will host a girls' softball tournament at the high school diamond Aug. 13-17. Games will be at 6:30 and 8 p.m. eoch evening except Aug. 17, when the championship game will be at 9 p.m. Teams entered in the tournament are Lewistown, St. David, BrimfieM, Wyoming, Princeville, Galesburg, Wfl- liamsfield and Abingdon. Chuck Cooiey is coach of the Bomberettes. Team members are Juli Herman, Debbie Simpson, Sherry Green, Mary Vance, Susan Vance, Linda Secrdst, Nancy Lewis, Janet Theobald, Sharon Bycroft, Peggy Hunt, Denise Tucker, Janet Collopy, Kris Morris, Marianne Wight and Linda Karpman. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Johnson left Aug. 7 for San Diego, Caif., after spending several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hodges. He will be stationed at the naval base there. Jerry Nodeen attended orientation for freshmen at Bradley University July 29- Aug. 1. He will be a biology major at the university in the fall. New Houses Being Erected For Two Couples in Alpha I ALPHA — Two new houses j Moline, and Mr. and Mrs. Chesare being constructed in Alpha. Iter Nobfte, Rock Island, have re- Mr. and Mrs. Danny G. Swe-,turned home from a vacation deen are building a split-level home on South Park Street on a lot they purchased from Mrs. Agnes Krueger. They plan to occupy the home next month. Mr. and Mrs. James Blair are building a 2-story home also on South Park Street on a lot they purchased from Mrs. Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Carlson attended the ordination of their nephew, Michael Shaw, Aug. 5 at First Lutheran Church, Mesa, I Ariz. The Rev. Mr. Shaw was graduated from Pacific Seminary in 1972 and spent a year of internship at Samuel Lutheran trip through the western states. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nyman and Mr. and Mrs. Steward Plunkett at Phoenix, Ariz., and stopped at the Grand Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Rocky Mountain National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Newland are the parents of a daughter, Julie Lynn, born July 23 at Moline Public Hospital. Mrs. Roger Goben was dismissed Aug. 3 from Moline Lutheran Hospital. Mrs. Carl McClenning is a patient at Hammond-Henry Hospital, Geneseo. Miss Debbie Gcben, who is employed in Springfield, spent ^^..^ us ^ gon l. M i M ;. He ,'the weekend at the.home of hsr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Goben. Westfall Reunion At Lake Storey GILSON - The 35th Westfall family reunion was held Aug. 5 at Lake Storey, Galesburg, with 36 persons attending. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Westfall and Shawn, Beaumont, Tex., came the greatest distance. Officers elected for 1974 include Mrs. Ashton Neff, Gijson, president; Karen Crooks, Burlington, vice president, and Madge Snell, Gilson, secretary- treasurer. Sixty-two persons attended the Brush family reunion Aug. 5 at Lincoln Park, Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCormick and Carol, Lewistown, Mo., came the greatest distance. will assume the pastorate of Holy Trinity Church at West Allis, Wis., on Sept. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pausing have moved to Uhe residence on South Yates Street which they purchased from Mrs. Frank Anderson. He is a teacher at Winola High Schocil. Mrs. Lois Wilson returned home Aug. 1 after spending 10 days at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Anson Wilson, Viola. Women of the community are invited to attend a shower for Mrs. Bruce Devlin at Alpha Baptist Church. Aug. 16 at 8 p.m. Harold Baker, Laguna Hills, Calif., a former Alpha resident, visited friends in the community last week. Back From Trip Miss Kathryn Hughes, Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. James Snyder, i I & I i THIS REPORT TO BE RETURNED TO DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF REVENUE SHARING 1900 PENNSYLVANIA AVE. N.W. WASHINGTON. D.C. 20226 (L) DEBT How has the availability of revenue tharing fundi affected the borrowing requirements of your jurisdiction? AVOIDED DEBT INCREASE NO EFFECT LESSENED DEBT INCREASE f - ! TOO SOON TO | ] PREDICT EFFECT (M) TAXES In which of the following manners did the availabiNy of Revenue Sharing Funds affect the tax levels of your jurisdiction? Check d'j rn jny as apply. F HA IE \ MAJOR TAX. • ENABLED HECUDIU, THE I REDUCED AMOUNT OF I RATE OE A MAJOR }!./.. [ | INCREASE OF A MAJOR r"~1 PREVENTED INCREASE IN PvTl L J RATE OF A MAJOR TAX [XJ NO EFFECT ON TAX LEVELS • PREVENTED ENACTING I 1 A NEW MA JOR TAX | | T0 ° S00N T0 PREDICT EFFECT THC GOVIHNMf NT OF VILLAGE OF HENDERSON HAS USED ITS REVENUE SHARING PAYMENT FOR THE PERIOD BEGINNING JAN. 1, 1973 Ending JUNE 30, 1973 IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER BASED UPON K TOTAL PAYMENT OF $1,158 ACCOUNT NO. 14 2 048 005 Village of Henderson Village Treasurer Henderson, III. 61439 OPERATING/MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES PRIORITY EXPENDITURE CATEGORIES (A) I PUBLIC SAFETY ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACTUAL EXPENDITURES IB) S $ 1158.00 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION RECREATION LIBRARIES SOCIAL SERVICES FOR AGED & POOR FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION li TOTAL ACTUAL OPERATING MAMJ. TENANCE EXPEII- ^ OirUHES $ $ S 1158.00 ustoFOU MAIN TEN AUCI Of EUSTlftC stfivms ic PIKIUJ USfOfDH UPANOfO looro 1 % PURPOSE (E) 10 MULTIPURPOSE AND GENERAL GOVT. I 1 EDUCATION CAPITAL EXPENDITURES ACTUAL EXPENDITURES IF] PERCENT USED FOR: louirMwr IGI % , ,LAND {CONST ACT KIM ACQUISITION DEBT RETIfUMENT Ml % HEALTH IN) CERTIFICATION IPIease Read Instruction F I. The news media have teen advised that a complete copy of this report has been published in a local newspaper of general circulation. I have records documenting the contents of this report and they «re open for public and news madia scrutiny. Additionally. I certify that I am the chief executive officer end. with respect to the entitlement funds reported hereon, I certify that they have not been used In violation of either the priority expenditure requirement (Section 103) or the matching fund* prohibition (Section 104) of the Art. fp) TRUST FUND REPORT Revenue Sharing Funds Received Thru June 30. 1973 $. Interest Earned , $.. Total Funds Available S.. Amount Expended $. , Wewe J. 1158.00 13 TRANSPORTATION 14 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IS HOUSING* COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION PUBLIC SAFETY % % 19 RECREATION CULTURE 20OTHERfSpicr /y/ 210THEBC^tci/y; zMnnmspKiiyA — 0 23 TOTAL ACTUAL CAPITAL EXPEND!. TUPES s % % 1158.00 — 0 — 1153.00 ROBERT ALLEN SIGN~ATUR£~CF"CMitVlXECUtl.l CFIICIR ^ .' ROBERT ALLEN, Village President NAME & NILE - PLEASE PRINT Galesburg Register-Mail 8-8-1973 NAME OF NEWSPAPER 7W REPORT TO BE RETURNED TO THE DEPT. OF THE TREASURY DATE PueuSHiQ WHEN DUAL ?«m «t D «Port «r «nti Hort An Ample Supply of FRESH LEAN, PORK and POULTRY oi of This Date. We Are Striving to Keep Our Display Cases Full so TOU May Wove a Good Variety to Choose From, <w. th.«.»un.» **m* WE AGAIN HAVE ECHRICH Bar-B-Q Loaf Pepper Loaf AND Honey Loaf OUR OWN BULK SAUSAGE C lb Young Tender Beef LIVER C DUBUQUE or KORN TOP WIENERS 12 oz. Pkg. 89* CHIFFON MARGARINE 47c Now Available U.S. Govt. Iiispct. Wholo FRYING CHICKENS C ib FRESH catfish $149 DUBUQUE SLICED t Bacon Ends and PIECES c Ib FRESH CARP STEAK C lb Seminary Strttf Stora Carres A Full Lint of Bulk Salads and Lunch Meats Libby's LEMONADE RAGGEDY ANN ASPARAGUS 1414 oz. Tin BORDEN'S COTTAGE CHEESE KISLER BROS. HI-LO GROCERY RAGGEDY ANN APPLESAUCE 35 oz. Jar l M) S SI MI \ \ KY <. M.KMU IM, Kill 11. 11 - SOI 111 \HIN(.I)()N , 2 Lb. On. I NESTEA INSTANT I 1 TEA OXYDOL 25c Off 84 oz. Box $135 THRILL 13c Off 22 oz. Brl. 3 oz. Jar Galesburg Store OPEN DAILY 8-10 SATURDAY 8-9 SUN. 9-1 & 4-9 12 oz. Pkg. KRAFT [Indv. Wrapped AMERICAN CHEESE 77c _KPJIFC 16 AMERICAN SUCB nmmamom |l6aiHS <%OMA ,mEIWll20K| ALL STAR Ice Cream Gal. WILDERNESS FRUIT FILLINGS STRAWBERRY 21 PA ox. 59c CHEER Giant Size C We Have A Good Variety of Watermelon, Cantaloupe & Tomatoes Bananas Nectarines SEEDLESS Grapes 13c 39c 49c i GET YOUR SUPPLIES AT HI-LO Ice; Charcoal and Lighter; Danner's Danish Pastries; Pepperidge Farm Bread; Bordens Fruit Drinks; Best Variety of Pickles & Peppers Lots of Cheese Varieties Handi-Holder Milk Carriers -Go I Ion Size Water Softener Salt Rock or Pellets 3 oz. Jar with Lemon 24 oz. Jar DOG FOOD Perk Bergers Lipton Instant Tea Lipton Tea Mix & Sugar Imperial Margarine Pre Soak AXION Ore-Ida s\ H ^c POTATOES Pom - Pure Vegetable Spray On Coaling Easy Monday 1 Lb. Pkg. Giant Size 3 13-Oz. -Tin 36 or. Pkg. easy ivionaay JVC Fabric Softener .Gal. -VALUABLE COUPON Void wh«r« restricted ... For 21 + yn. im CUPS SAVE WAS DUNCAN HINES Cflke "*33c iiM »eve*3£ FILTER ClOAMTTIt 4UF CflUp Kotex ! Napkins Super Pkg 79c 79c 47c 59c 20-Oz. ^\ Pkg. I $.109 49c Reg. or 40 Ct. Mixes Pk * j Good only atHWo Good Until 8.12.73 \ I Limit ont p«r family #» t> I 1 Crown Cola With Thic Coupon Expires 8-12.73 Wiming< Thi Surgton Ctnsral Hit Ditirminid Tret Cigsrattt Smoting li Qangirout to Your H M W I OPIN PIT MRBEQUE SAUCE OAtf 0FF on lurches* IV of 2—28-Or. Btl» With This Coupon Hi-Lo (c) Exp. 8*12-73 iYYYYYYXXXX^XXXYX! j L&M - King: 19 mg. "tar". 1.4 mg. nicotint; Suptr King: 19 • | mg. "tar", 1.5 mg. nicotine; Menthol; 19 mg. "tar", 1.3 mg. I j nicotine; Box: 17 mg. "tar", 1.2 mg. nicotine; EVE - Filter: I j 17 mg. "tar", 1.3 mg. nicotine; Menthol: 17 mg. "tat", 1.2 1 ! mo. nicotinfi; av. per cqarette, FTC Report (Feb. '73). $419 Raggedy Ann - Sweet Fresh Coca Cola 6 ^ 49c (Wlththii " Y,*" coupon) 5T *"- E . Royal H0Mt Pickle Slices V Liquid (or Dishes K Z 69c ^i** 1 This Coupon Hi-Lo (c) Exp. 8-12-73 'Mi i <fl

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free