Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
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IS Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III, Thursday, June 27, 1963 Sponsor Bloodmobile At Avon AVON—Saunders Hospital and the Lions Club sponsored tiie Knox County bloodmobile's re cent visit to Avon at the Federated Church. Mrs. Donna Marklcy served as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Lena Kollcr. Dr. Frankhauscr and Dr. Bapge were on duty and were assisted by repislered nurses and nurses aides. Wives of Lions Club members assisted in serving refreshments. Members of the Junior Woman's Club serving refreshments were Mrs. Ted Huff. Mrs. Jerry Bultemeier, Mrs. D. K. Wineatc. Mrs. Lewis Culler, Mrs. Dan Williamson and Mrs. E. R. Carr. Oilier volunteer workers were Mis. Dean Lock, Mrs. Ernest Lynn. Mrs. J. R. Mendel, Mrs. Jack Long, Mrs. Verna Everly, Mrs. Judy Cattron, Mrs. A. C. Bagge. Mrs. Cleo Smith, Mrs. K. II. Frankhauser, Mrs. George Staggs. Mrs. Richard Severns and Mrs. Donald Sensabaugh. Those donating blood were Rev. David Ransom, Jack Long, Mrs. Jack Long, Mrs. Charles Hempstead. John Pool Jr., John Pool Sr.. Leo Watkins, D. K. Wingate, Mrs. Louise Byerly, Delbert Page, Gale Rankin, Mrs. Ernest Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bivens, Lewis Potter, Mrs. Lena Roller, Mr. and Mrs. William Maloney, Ray Lock, Kenneth Lock, Dean Lock, Jerry Bultemeier, John Elder, Mrs. , Terry Powell, Mrs. Ronald Powell. George Staggs, Mrs. Doris Anderson, James Eccher, Mrs. Mary Allen and Robert V. Ray. THE WIZARDS OF SPACE 03) H-l 198,000 LBS THRUST, EIGHT IN SATURN I FIRST STAGE 200,000 LBS THRUST. UPPER STAGE ENGINE 1.5 MILLION LBS THRUST. FIVE IN SATURN "3T FIRST STAGE America's largest rockets (and as far as we know the world's largest) are designed and manufactured, fittingly enough, at the largest facility operated by NASA. This is the George C. Marshall Space Plight Center, which covers" 1,600 acres on the Redstone Arsenal reservation near Huntsville, Ala. Directed by Wernher von Braun, former German V-2 rocket maker, a force of more than 7,000 persons works in nine laboratories on a variety of problems. Marshall spends more than any other center: Its 1962 budget was more than $800 million; this year it will handle contracts of over $1 billion. Best known and most glamorous of Marshall's projects is the giant Saturn booster, which will By DM Oaklty and John Lone carry the Apollo astronauts to the moon. Actually, there will be three Saturns: First is Saturn I, the first stage of which has been successfully launched three times. It will place the Apollo capsule carrying three men into earth orbit for up to two weeks. Five times more powerful is the Saturn V, whose huge F-l engines will start the three Apollo astronauts on the way to the moon. Between these two is a hybrid model, Saturn IB, consisting of the first stage of Saturn I and third stage of Saturn V. It will be used in early development and training phases of the Apollo project. Same size as Saturn I, it will use the powerful J-2 engine as its upper stage. Eventually, production models of the Saturns DR. L. ERNS1EIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 343-B317 or 342-3017 339 E. MalD Houri: 9 A.M. lo b P.M. Friday*: 9 A.M. lo 8:30 P.M. Wedneiday'i 'Til Noon. Rev. Biehl Is Assigned to Oneida, Altona ALTONA—Rev. T. Wayne Biehl, Methodist pastor, has been assigned to the newly created Oneida- Altona charge. The Rev. Mr. Biehl formerly was pastor of the Methodist Church in Cissna Park. He served with the 208th Bomb Disposal Squad as a demolitionist during World War II rn the South Pacific. He has been a Methodist minister since 1949. The Rev. Mr. Biehl is also a licensed football and basketball official. He and his wife have three children, a daughter Gale who is married, Edward, a student at Illinois State Normal University, Connie, a student at ROVA High School, and a foster daughter, Dawn. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! •i Double Duty Pendant Watches l Glamorous styles.Each • is a beautiful, dependable watch as well as - a lovely necklace. All < in golden tone color. Your Choice ^ Crochet for Baby $ 12 88 Tlui Tax Vi|' >irr= » Heart Shapes • New Round Styles • Smart Square Shapes • Tricky Triangle Types • Some with Matching Tassels at bottom • Some Are With Glittering Siones • Perfect For Both Daytime and Evening Wear • Many Other Styles Not Sketched Open An Account Take Months to Pay NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to New York. Watch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office. Warm, soft, so easy to slip on baby—a gift that a new mom will receive happily. Jiffy-crochet set in popular shell- stitch — perfect gift to welcome baby. Use 3-ply baby yarn. Pattern 695:' crochet directipns for jacket, cap. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, enre of Galesburg Register-Mail, 74, Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—just outl Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Gilsoii Area News Notes GILSON-Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McCoy attended a potluck dinner Sunday at the home of Lottie Everett in DeLong. Her dauchter Roxene is home from Washington, D.C. Also honored were Mr. and Mrs. LaVelle Bushong of Tifusville. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Paulsgrove attended the Hatch reunion Sunday at Lake Storey. LeRoy Bowman, a rural mail carrier from Gilson, is in Chicago. His substitute is Beryl Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cassidy left Friday for Cheyenne, Tex., where he will attend 11 weeks of schooling. I JEW EWELERS 241 E. 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Main —Mail Orders Filled. will be manufactured at the Michoud Plant near New Orleans, La. From there, barges will carry them 50 miles to the $93 million Mississippi Test Facility now under construction (second panel). Finally, barges will transport the boost* ers to Cape Canaveral for launching. Another program under Marshall's manage* ment is a huge meteorite detection satellite, which will be orbited late in 1964 by a Saturn L In space, the satellite will deploy two large flat wings with an area of more than 2,000 square feet and record meteorite hits. The eroding effects of these dustlike parti* cles is one of the questions that must be an* swered before men can roam at will in space. NEXT; Academy for Astronauts '• \ Woodhuli Circle Gives Party At Research WOODHULL — Seven members of the Naomi Circle of the Presbyterian Church gave a party at the Galesburg State Research Hospital Monday. Time was spent in singing and refreshments were served. Those attending were Mrs. Beverly Barton, Mrs. Mary Jo Malcolm, Mrs. Cleo Bolen, Mrs. Marjorie Sipes, Mrs. Adda Mortenson and Miss Gertrude Clough. Woodhuli Briefs Members of the Dependon Class of the Presbyterian Church served a dinner June 17, at a meeting of the Woodhuli Lions Club, when ladies night was observed at the loth annual charter night. Jeanine Engstrom, exchange student gave a talk. Jeffrey Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Olson, has returned to his home from the Cottage Hos* pital, where he underwent an appendectomy Monday. Lt. Col. Wayne Douglas and family, who recently returned from Germany, visited at the Robert Johnson and McVeitty homes. They were en route to Madison, Wis., where Col. Douglas has a new assignment with the Army. Wallie Carlson of Evanston, is spending the week in the Crouse and Fred Elliott homes. READ THE WANT ADS! i .->" ' * tuorhefiim Everlasting Compliment to Your love contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS STUNNING SOLITAKE '149.50 II: Choice of UK WMfi or Ytllew Gold 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, IU. EASY ' TERMS / JEWELERS Photo: Hank Slmotm ts the exciting direction ifs part of our tradition. Up means growth, success, progress. Up means wider perspective^ more potential. Up is exciting. The strong and the healthy grow-upwards, tike the daily newspaper. Because ft ts so necessary in the world we live in...fills a vita! the most useful, effective" medium of communication... for all these reasons thedaily newspaper moves up in tircula* tion and in advertising revenue, >' Since 1940, daily newspaper circulation has risen from 41 million to more than 60mfl!ion> a growth rate almost double that of the adult population in the same years. Newspaper adver* tising revenue grew from $2 billion in 1949 to more than $3.6 billion in 1961, / .Newspapers will keep moving up, staying on top as the advertiser's most effective medium, MORE mm 00 MORE BUSINESS THROUGH NEWSPAPERS

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