Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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Peoria Company Is Apparent Low Bidder for Job at Galva GAtVA—A Peoria construction firm was apparent low bidder for Improvement of Galva's sewer system and the City Council voted Tuesday night to enter into contract negotiations with C. lber & Sons. The lber firm's bid was for $201,850. Main parts of the project consists of construction of a' new lagoon type disposal plant plant in the northwest part of on the southwest edge of town town. Eight bids were opened by and reconstruction of the present a representative of Stanley En- JMMfMTAILt COOL. WEST OPEN 1:15 Ends Tonite!! ADRM 4 A Joel Production • A Universal Release ~ THURSDAY ONLY! SPECIAL PREMIERE OF A SPECIAL GALESBURG FILM. Watch Your Ntwtpapir for Details. IHSTARTS FRIDAYS TRUE.. .TURBULENT... TREMENDOUS! FILMED IN ULTRA PANAVlSlOILIOiaECHMIfiOlOJe ^AN ARCOLA! PICTURE Friday Morning GRANDPA HAPPY'S Summertime Fun Show ™PERM>N EACH Friday ALL SUMMER ft EVERY rriaa y LONG Different Each Week IN PERSON GRANDPA HAPPY TV Star of Channal 4 —ON THE SCREEN— Chap. 2 of THE LOST PLANETS" Cariooaa Galota SPEIDEL I.D. BRACELETS FLASH CAMERA TOYS. PASSES, POPCORN FREE to EVERYONE A MacDonald's Hamburger — A&W Root Beer A Free Ride At Galesburg Amusement Park and A Free Game of Putt-Putt Golf GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2*2658 gineers, Muscatine. Fifteen representatives of various companies were present at the council meeting. Other bidders were Valley Construction Co. of Spring Valley, $205,440; E. B. Caldwell, Moline, $212,000; ^ THEATRE IIAUf Rt - 34 We9t0pen Rvff 7:30 —show at Dusk ELVIS si.nm , Swngm' , GOLPWVN \ MWER HEAR ELVIS SING 10 NEW HITS! panavision CANDYCANE PLAYLAND OPENS 7:30 P.M. Bodyguard to a beauty! MGM G STEWART RANGER SYLVA WORDSMAN WED., JULY 3rd ONLY GIANT FREE FIREWORKS DISPLAY TOMORROW! _ENDS TONITEI SANDRA DEE 4fc PETER FONDA % hi ROSS HUNTER mMM TAMMYand the DOCTOR htASTWM COLOR »UNIV«SAUHCTU«t 1 BECK... "f^" \^ D ii- AR j -'SS 7 WHITE.-.always hungry ** a seasoned TRAVIS and LISBETH. M a pint-sized for a fiaht and SEARCY ...always hungry! jf indian fighter! young, brave.,.in love!, rawhide rebel! A pint-sized pioneer and a lop-eared hound challenge the wild Apaches! Walt Disney stum KEITH KIRK * MARK KRISTEN KiyNt CORCORAN ; •jm s 4Z?ht**»" OEUfY J§FF RAFAEL SUM ••»••» • ••7 J. # MARTIN 'YORK 'CAMPOS- PICKENS -mmK^mmr^-tA-JSmd Kistler Co., Monmouth, $214,353; ftyan Co., Jamesville, Wis., $221,421; Acton Construction Co., St. Paul, Minn., $229,75?: Albert T. Wygert Construction Co., Franklin Park, $235,986 and Independent Construction Co., Chicago, $239,500. Slate Bloodinobile GALVA — The Henry County bloodmobile has set a goal of 150 pints of blood when it stops in Galva July 1. The Lutheran Church will be the headquarters for the reception, which will start at 1:30 p.m. and continue until 5:30 p.m. Plan Class Reunion GALVA - The Class of 1953 plans a reunion July 6 at the Wance Farm restaurant, and a family gathering July 7 in Wiley ClNfMA .sr.nPf fntwai tr OMMIIMACOTT AIR CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c EARL Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE Park/ at which lime all teachers and friends were invited to visit after 2 p.m. Reservations for the Saturday night reunion banquet are to be made with Mrs. Duane Else, of Cambridge Route 1. WSCS to Meet • GALVA - The WSCS of the First Methodist Church will meet Thursday afternoon in the church. Mrs. Leon Lewin will be devotional leader. Mrs. Duane Peart will have charge of ' the lesson, and the hostesses will be Mrs. Donald Jones, Mrs. Donald Falk, Mrs. James White, Mrs. Clifford Nelson, Mrs. Donald England, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs. Harvey Franks, Mrs. Howard Sparling and Mrs. Donald Krans. Golesbuf§,Reflisfer;MajJ/-Ga lesburg, ill. Wednesday, June 26, ,1963 5 Marriage License TOULON—A marriage license was issued in Stark County by Clerk James T. Jackson to Clarence Blair Schtiren, Genoa City, Wis., and Gloria Ann Heaton, Toulon. Three Ends Agree SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-One thing the San Francisco Forty.- Niners will not lack this season is an offensive end. Veteran pass catchers Clyde Conner, Monte Stickles, and Bernie Casey have all returned their signed contracts, and join highly regarded rookie Hugh Campbell, who is already in the fold. Weaving is known to have been one of the handicrafts of the Stone Age. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSION* TUESDAY Mrs. Mnrv Ann Hanson. Abingdon. Mrs. Janet Frlcdrlch, Galesburg Route 1. Carl H. Nymnn, 1277 Harrison St. Don N. Zinsmelster, 1661 N. Broad St. Mrs. Harriet R. Wells, 4D Arnold St. .Tames F. Cooper, Cambridge. John R. Roherts, Hermon. i Mrs. E. Francile Schreffler, Bushnell. Ronnis R. Nash, Pekin Laura L. Tlnkham, Cameron. Mrs. Dixie I. Schwarz, 23 Chestnut St. George Springer, Harvey Nursing Home. v . .lames E. Davis, 1054 E. North St. Charles D. Dunn, 1246 Grand Ave. Leonard A. Monzo, 30 N. Elm St, Gary R. Wilkins, 600 W. South St. Mrs. Selma M. Carlson, Galesburg Route 1. Gregory Mendrek, Lake Rice. Mrs. Darlene J. Swanson, Ophiem. DISMISSALS TUESDAY David C. Hawkinson, '1741 N. Seminary St. Krlsty D. Boynton, 704 Pine St. . John F. Van Glcson, 3056 Lincoln Park Dr. W. Kenneth Addleman, Monmnulh. Thomas B. Herring, 1614 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Helen G. Slovens. Gilson. George H. Ow.icr. Galva. Mrs. Frances M. Wolf, 665 Florence Ave. Betty L. Mamman. Avon. Linn O. Sherman, Williamsfielri. Nancy J. Stephenson, Bishop Hill. Mrs. Ruth C. Munson, 287 N. Academy St. Mrs. Rose Mary Humphrey and baby, Rio. Mrs. Esther A. Ditto, Seaton. William W. Peterson, 3H1 N. Pearl St. The art of weaving is known to have been in use some 5,000 to 6,000 years before Christ. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Houn — Tuaa., Wed., Thuri., Frl„ Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Mldnlla. Sunday — S p.m. to Mldnlta. Closed Mondays. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs, Mary Sullivan, 762 Monroe St. John KokenOloupis, 13S6 Clark St. Snm Conas, 483 Hawkinson Ave. M M . Wanda Ryan, 325 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Michael H. Winters. 811 N. Cherry St. x Mrs. Dominick 3. Russo, Abingdon. Robert E. Woodln. 10 W\ Main St. Jeffrey C. Leahy, R56 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Lyndla V. Hall, 483 Hawkinson Ave. Rhonda D. Dawson, 124 Indiana Ave. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Phelps, Good i Samaritan Nursing Home. Mrs. Kenneth W. Vermillion, Hermon. Mrs. Oliver Plunkett, 843 N. Prairie St. •Richard L. Freeman, 1132 N. Cedar St. Mrs. George M. Roberts, London Mills. Mrs. Leone Peterson, 169 Sumner St. Mrs. Charles E. Harris, Monmouth. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Edward F. Llbby. 687 E. Grove St. Michael L. Morrison, 350 Florence Ave. Dorrance Nelson. 163 S. Pleasant Ave. Mrs. E. Ida Powers. 36.1 E. Fifth St. Lcrov Rowland, 27 Chestnut St. Gary A. Swanson. 525 W. Tompktns St'. Mrs. Charlotte Van Gilder, 73 S. West St, Movie Calendar . OftpHEUM? *$mw ?*$&M 'fiae* tor," -1:58, 3:SS, 5:89, 7:99 and 9:59 p.m. *« VEST: -The List of Adrian.Mes^ aenger," 1:43. 3r4S, S:45. 7:4S and "Swordsman of Siena," 9:0O; "It Happened at the Wdrld't Fair," 10:40. Suit h Filed TOULON—An auto accident in Toulon, Nov. 21. 1962, was the basis of a damage action filed in the office of Carolyn Wallace, Stark County circuit clerk. Plaintiff was listed as John R. Howes, with Helen Cantwell as defendant. "Polemics" is the art of disputation and controversy, that is, "waging war with words." Alaska has 132.2 men to each 100 women. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out lerviea Call 342-2413 Opan Dally al S P.M. THE GOLDEN LION 58 South Cherry LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Wednesday, Friday, and Saturda yNights. THE BECK BROTHERS Featuring Tom Powers on the sax. EARL and GRACE THUR.- FRL- SAT.- Helanca® double knit stretch nylon suits in several jaunty styles* Girls' sizes 8*14. UTILITY IAG SALE I Water-repellent rayon plaid. 15 x 16". Regular 8.99 Values! 100% double knit stretch nylons or Orion® acrylic-Lycra® spandex-nyloa knits! Five exciting styles, all with built-in molded nylon bras for smooth contour. Floral prints and solid colors* Sizes 32 to 38. 3 Days Only! Womens Trim SPORT BRIEF Terrific Values! 3 Days! JEWELRY RIOT Maker's closeout of de« partment store jewelry. Necklaces, earrings, pins ^_ ,and bracelets at savings! ^JR^ Reg. 1.59/ Featherlighe batiste elastic brief is ideal under swim suits, slacks and] shorts. White, black, pink, blue, red. S, M, L, XL, Save now! Reg, 4M 3 Days! Women'* THONG SANDALS Bouncy Sponge, rubber eoles, wh i te inoersoles, coif pied straps. S, M, h sizes, 12 ^^§r t Reg, 4,99! 3 Days Qnlyi* 6' VINYL POOL 6-foot pool inflates with vacuum cleaner attache nvsot; J3" deep. Repair kit is included. 3 M Reg, 1.39! 3 Days Only! AIR MATTRESS full adult size 69 x28". Inflatable vinyl mattress has pillov, vaj?fc Piafc yellow, green. 100-ct. 9" 250-ct. Pkg. NATES NAPKINS 77* 1 27* 3-DAYS ONLY CLEAR-VU Aluminum WARE Sgf.THRU PLASTIC TOP LOAF PAN CAKE PAN Cake and Utility Pans Pie Pans Sturdy Aluminum, e«*y to clean, seamless construction. 44c Reg. 66c! 74c Reg. 1.171 SHOP WITHOUT CASH - W CHM(G£ IT" AT KRESGE'S

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