Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 13
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KNOXVILLE MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4*6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 2ftft41ft Retiring Fire Chiefs Are Honored by 2 Departments KNOXVILLE — Raymond Carlson and Wayne Rosene were honored at a dinner held last night in the Legion Hall attended by Knoxville firemen and their families. Carlson resigned as fire chief of the Knoxville Fire District, a position he had held for many years. He had been active in the department for 32 years. Rosene resigned as fire chief of the City of Knoxville. He had been with the department for 25 years. Ralph Carlson presided at the meeting following the dinner at which time presentation of a plaque was made to each man by Dean Whitworth. Inscribed on the plaques were the names and, the time they each had served. New officers named were: Elgi Watts, chief of the Knoxville District replacing Carlson; Harold Carlson, chief of the rural district of Knoxville; Franklin Burgess, chief of the city replacing Rosene; Harold Liston, assistant rural chief, and Dean Whitworth, assistant city chief. Give Hints The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Carl Schippert. Mrs. Gary Nichols was hostess to 12 members of the Alphabetical Club recently. Roll call was Goff Apparel "DISCOUNT HOUSE FOR TWO DAYS" FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 28-29 Open Friday and Saturday Evenings for Discount Days Free Parking r COUPON -""-I I Good for I • 10% DISCOUNT on WORK CLOTHING and SHOES. • | ^-or- | |^ 20% DISCOUNT on ALL DRESS CLOTHING. j EXTRA SPECIAL FOR DISCOUNT DAYS (No Coupon Necessary) Ladies' and Children's SUMMERETTES by Ball Band • Reg. $4.95 — DISCOUNT DAYS $3.95 Reg. $3.95 — DISCOUNT DAYS $2.95 Remember — Open Friday and Saturday Evenings. Goff Apparel KNOXVILLE "MEN'S WEAR THAT MEN WEAR" answered with "A HousehoM Mint." Recreation was in charge of Mrs. Claude Morton. Ptim were awarded to Karen Henderson, Mrs. Clark ftranting, Mrs. Otville Dredge, Mrs. Elmer Stucki, and Mrs. George Dredge. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. John Hessler and Mrs. Franklin Henderson. Mrs. Clark Branting was a guest. Briefs Mrs. Jack Burke and daughters, Jane and Kathie left Wednesday for their home in Portland, Ore., after visiting relatives and friends in Knoxville and Galesburg. C. E. Moody returned to his home on Broad Street Wednesday after undergoing surgery at St. Mary's Hospital recently. Ga!esbyrg,R^ HI. Thursdoy, June 27, 1963 13 Reunion Held By Group at Williamsfield WLLLIAMSFIELD — A family reunion was held Sunday at the Legion Hall honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Young of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Marjorie Gagg and family of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Young of Folkston, Ga. The Williamsfield Livestock 4-H Club will meet Tuesday at V p.m. at Happy Hollow Lake. Homemade ice cream and cake will be served. Mrs. Clell Short and two children of Albuquerque, N.M., are visitors at the Gordon Wight home. Her husband and two sons remained in Albuquerque. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wallis, of Sacramento, Calif., were visiting cousins last week, and were hoUse guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Anderson. Mrs. Willard Johnston's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Cattell of New Westminster, B.C., is visiting at the Johnston home. Mrs. Cattell has her two grandsons from Kent, Wash., with her. The 32nd. annual reunion of the W. G. Sargeant family was held at Happy Hollow Lake Sunday. CALLOUSES To relieve callouses, burning, tendernen on bottom of feet and remove callouses—ask for these soothing, cushioning pads. D-Scholls lino pads GERMANS VISIT—Twelve members of the West German Reinforced Plastic Manufacturers Assn. visited the local Gale Products plant this week. Posing with them on the extreme left is II. L. Bourdcn, division manager of Gale; second from right, E. J. Dosing, manager of the local fac­ tory, and far right, James Dccf, superintendent of the plastics department. Upon completion of the tour, the German industrialists said the local facility was the finest and most mechanized pins- tics plant they had visited in Germany or the United States. OUR ANCESTORS by Quincy 'Suh f .you're .ruining this town's reputation for southern hospitality!" Violans Mark VIOLA — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howie held open house to their friends and relatives Sunday to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Registered guests called from Rock Island, New Windsor, Aledo, Sherrard, Cable, Reynolds, Cam- FULL SIZE STATION WAGON FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF A COMPACT FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY NEW '63 BISCAYNE 4-D00R WAGON $345.00 DOWN . . . $70.00 Per Month Includes Sales Tax INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING • Tinted Windshield • 2 Speed Wiper and Washer • Deluxe Horn Ring • 8.00x14 Tires • 140 Turbo Thrift 6 Cylinder Engine • Cigarette Lighter • Deluxe Air Flow Heater • Sun Visors • Arm Rests • Full Coil Suspension • Safety Type Door Latches • Single Key Locking System • 3 Speed Synchro-mesh Transmission TRADE YOUR PRESENT CAR NOW. IT'S WORTH MUCH MORE NOW THAN IT WILL BE IN 30 DAYS, IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. WEAVER-YEMM CHEVROLET 247 East Simmons Street Call 342-2178 Anniversary bridge, Macomb and Viola. Mrs. Howie's sister and sons presided at the serving table. Howie and the former Florence Huff were married in Macomb and have resided in the Viola vicinity during their marriage years. They are parents of three sons, Raymond, Rock Island, and Larry and Jimmy at home. Viola News Briefs Mrs. Carole Waller left for Co lumbus, Ohio, following a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cooper. She and her husband will remain in Columbus, where her husband is enrolled for summer courses at the Ohio State University. Mr. and Mrs. Waller •will both teach in the Clifton school this fall. Curt Wilson and Dan Mack are spending this week in the St. Bede Catholic School in Peru. Athletics are included in the week's activities. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Anson Wilson accompanied by Rb zanne Mack, took the boys to Peru. Miss Jane Henderson, Mrs. Maggie Lindburg and Mrs. Anna Haney were guests Sunday of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Lyla Guthrie in Rock Island. Mrs. J. P. Artman and daughter, Becky, accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd McAtee, spent Wednesday in Dubuque with Mr. and Mrs. William Tullock, and Artman's mother, Mrs. Molly Artman. Miss Amy Bryan and Mrs. Gertrude Morris were guests Sunday of Miss Bernice Smith, Rock Island. Mrs. George Patterson has returned home from Moline Public Hospital, where she had major surgery 10 days previous. Her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Russell, of Matherville, spent Sunday with her after her return home. Switch Cleanup Whistle TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - The Tucson-Pima County Civil Defense Agency has been given permission to blow its air raid siren at noon every Saturday. One of th-j reasons cited in requesting permission was that the weekly blasts would clean the sirens of cobwebs and bird nests. Personal Problems? Let "Penny" Help. Write to "Penny" Care of Register-Mail "Penny" Appears Every Tuesday and Friday DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Robert Asbillc of Dcs Moines picked up the wrong sack when he left home for work the other day. What he thought was his lunch sack turned out to contain 21 lollipops. And his 8-ycar-old daughter Jeanne took a couple of sandwiches to school for a class party. lowans Visit Residence at N. Henderson NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dunn and grandson of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones and family. Mrs. Mary Allen and William Allen were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carter of Burlington, were dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd Sunday. Miss Frances Olson, doughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olson, is attending summer music camp at Western Illinois University, Macomb. .She is a member of the AlWood Senior High School band of Woodhull. She plays the bass clarinet. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherd of Galesburg visited Sunday with Mrs. Jennie Ifawkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd. Glenn Crafts and son Brian of Davenport, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson recently. Mrs. William Palmer is in Bloomington attending a school of missions at the Illinois Wesleyan University. Center Prairie Couple Observe Anniversary CENTER PRAIRTE — Mr. and Mrs. Duane Willson celebrated their 25tfi wedding anniversary June 12 with a dinner at Club La-Con at Lacon. Various friends attended the celebration. The Willsons received a call from (heir son Kent, who is stationed at Vanrlenberg AFB. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Claridon Craig of Naples, Fla., are spending the next few weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Knowles. Mrs. Wayne Carlson and Mrs. William Ericson of Galva attended the book exhibit at Western Illinois University at Macomb Wednesday. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! For Shoppers Convenience OPEN Every FRIDAY NIGHT til 7 P .M. SCANDIA BAKERY * LUNCH 326 E. Main Si. HOT WEATHER DRINKS for Every one • ORANGE DRINK GRAPE DRINK ORANGE NECTAR BUY IT AND KEEP IT HANDY These Drinks ore delicious and good for you. KEEP PLENTY ON HAND Convenient Vz Gallons New Park Drive Dairy Store BROAD and FREMONT STREETS FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS LUNCH MEATS OLD FASHION ICE CREAM — KRAFT CHEESES COMPLETE LINE BAKERY PRODUCTS Open 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Doily including Sundays. PICNIC SUPPLIES Paper Plates - Paper Cups - Chareoal PARK DRIVE DAIRY East Losey at Whitesboro Home Delivery Service

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