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,6 ...Gfllesbupfl.RMistcfrMoil t Golesburq r Irjdgy^ June 28 1 1963 North Henderson Woman Is Host To Bridge Club NORTH HENDERSON - Mrs, William Haft was host at her lrame recently to the Faculty Bridge Club. Favors were received by Mrs James Hussey, Mrs. Charles Beck, Mrs. Raymond Hart and Mrs. Donn Farr. Mrs, George Johnson Jr, was a guest player. Next hostess will be Mrs. Tom Peake Jr. News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Friel were dinner guests Sunday of flieir nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Webster Kincaid of Mon- motilli. Mrs. Maude Adam of Alabama and Mrs. Glen Hoxworth of Galesburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller, Susan and Edward visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wells at Alpha June 22 and also with Mrs. Joe Duncan and daughter Cindy of Milan who was spending the weekend with her parents. Mrs. Grant Callison of Galesburg was a dinner guest of Mrs. Frank Bruner Tuesday. Mrs. Mildred Peterson of Galesburg is visiting a few days with her sister, Mrs. Tillie Humes. Mrs. Humes and Mrs. Peterson spent Tuesday with Mrs. Ethel Johnson near Rio. Mi\ and Mrs. Oscar Miller, Susan and Edward, visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Humes. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage A&MIMiOMS tlOBSDAV Mrs. Kat .hryft E. Durbln, Abingdon, Mrs. Ethel Mason, 182 HawWnson 4 ,Avc. Mark A. Baxter, Rnoxville. Mrs, Corn M. Carlson, 436 Peck St. Edward W. Caslin. Knoxvllle. Kelly O. Jones, Monmouth. Gregory M. Peterson, Knoxvllle. Lyle M , Allen, Bushncll. Janet h. Thompson, Galesburg Roulc 2. Miss May P. Morris, 667 W. Main St. L. Ray Howertcr, Ellisvillfi, Mrs. Margaret C. McAfee, 66(1 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Joyce A. Webber. Gllson. Percy h. Alexander, 715 S. Academy St. Richard C. Sherman. Galva. Mrs. Audrey J. Williams, Knoxvllle, Mvron P. Lucas, 666 N. Kellogg St. Kit A. rsherwooH, 742 Pine St.' DISMISSALS THURSDAY •Leonard A. Mongn. 30 N. Elm St. Mrs. Cheryl E. Phillips and baby. 7.10 E. Second St. T.anv M. Livingston, Monmouth. Garv R. Wilklns, fiOO W. South St. Mrs. ftornthv M. Hendricks, 747 Jefferson St. Mrs. Elizabeth L. Chambers, Prairie City. Mrs. J. Joan Varnold and baby, 370 Ohio Ave. Mrs. Bcrnlcc Queen, Monmouth. Mrs. Carrie M. Douglas and baby, 1475 W. North St. Kenneth G. .Scott, 1374 E. Main St. Mrs. Lorro M. Lundcen and baby, Woodhull. David G. Carmody, 1961 Washington St. Mrs. Georgia W. Ellsworth, 640 N, Prairie St. John R. Roberts, Hermon. Mrs. Darlenc J. Swanson, Ophiem, Mrs. Barbara A. Johnson. Scaton. Gregory Mcndrek, Lake Rice, Party Honors Bride READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MOOSE LODGE (10 Dance Party Membtri and Outiti SATURDAY NITE Den Cluta Dance Band RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out larvlc* Call 342-2413 Opan Dally at 5 P.M. —DANCE ToA PLEASANT VALLEY NEIGHBOR BOYS SAT., JUNE 29 — 9 to 12 POWELL'S PAVILION You all like this band ao coma 8c have a good time. GILSON — Miss Connie Ci 'arner was hostess at a miscellaneous shower held in her home on Thursday evening, June 20, with Miss Kay Malone and Miss Mary Peterson of Knoxville as co-hostesses. The honoree was Mrs. Steve Rose, the former Kristy Mitchell, of Maquon. Mrs. Rose received many gifts. Refreshments were served in the bride's chosen col oi's of blue, lavender and white Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Rose mothers of the bride and bridegroom, were given serving hon ors. Guests attending were Miss Joyce Martin, Miss Rita Mitchell, Miss Carol Little, Miss Mary Gustafson, Miss Sandy Marquith, Miss Mary Bowman, Miss Melba Walberg, Miss Roberta Cecil, Mrs. John Garoretle and Joyce, Mrs. John Rose, Mrs. Floyd Peterson, Mrs. Arlyn Mitchell and Mrs. Dale Cramer. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. .Franklin D. Wall, 1447 Coulter Ave. Randy J, TreAdway, 700 E. Knox St. Marc L>. Engle, Ducstcrhaus Trailer ct. Mrs. Elmer E. Dawson, 230 Berggren Ave. Mrs. John J. Sautcr, 1024 Brown Ave. Luuier EUlckson, 817 S. Chambers St. Raymond Young, 185 Locust St. Mrs. Wayne R. Rowe, 46 Aliens Ave. Carl V. Slroops, 631 Peck St. Mrs. John P. Kelin, 1663 N, Cherry St. John O. Meier, DeLong. I. Mae Brazee. Oneida. Curt Smith, 1064 Johnston St. Raymond L. Longcor, 354 S. Cham* bcrs St. Mrs. Jack R. Sanford, 1241 Day St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Terry S. Austin, Altona. Robert C. Burkclt, 1540 Moshler Ave. Carol Cecil, LaHarpi.. Mrs. Patrick L. Chcrrington, Dahinda. Sam uonas, 483 Hnvvkinsnn Ave. Rhonda D. Dawson, 124 Indiana Ave. Luther Eilickson, 817 S. Chambers St. Carl G. Erickson, Galva. Mrs. Rulus S. Gatlln, 735 Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Don. F. Holms^.MMO Washington St. Mrs, Robert L. Huston, 677 Peck St George Massle, 1)13 W. Brooks St, Mrs. Gerald E. Parr, 1702 Willard St. Mrs. John J. Plltman, Williamsfield, Charles Splcer, Galesburg Route 1, Mrs. Kenneth W. Vermillion, Hermon. Mrs. Lyle O. Willitt, 581 W. Main St. Mrs. Earl F. Yoder. Monmouth. SPECIAL! ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EAT 65c Chicken in the Basket Turtles — Shrimp Steaks — Chops Sandwiches Suburban Inn The Burkes — Jack and Ethel ROCKY'! MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Houri — Tuai., Wed., Thuri., Fri., Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Mldnlta. Sunday — 5 p.m. to Midnlta. Cloied Monday*. DANCING EVERY SAT. EDELSTEIN June 29 BILL HARDESTY and Hit Music Siylad {or Dancing S1.2S Befoia t - SI.50 After 9 BIG HOLIDAY DANCE SAT. JULY 6 — 2 BANDS Freddie Steveni - The Jadei GLES ill "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" Saturday, June 29 THE VAN BELL TRIO 100 at 11 11+ at 12 Louise Hollis serving best of food. ANNUAL STAG PICNIC SUNDAY, JULY 14 m Chicken Fiesta 1244 MULBERRY ST. PHONE 343-6915 SOUTHERN FRIED HUSH PUPPIES ,c„ _„ „„. Vi CHICKEN, 4 Pieces 250 p,f ord ,! r Garlic Bread, French Fries and Cole Slaw """ ° ?4-lb. CATFISH DINNER TURTLE FROGLEGS STUFFED SHRIMP SHRIMP and RIBS—SI.30 BOXES OF CHICKEN — 8 Pieces 12 Pieces S2.25 16 Pieces S2.75 $1.50 20 Pieces S3.25 24 Pieces 53.75 SATURDAY & SUNDAY - ) 2 CHICKEN ~ ' M c Garlic Bread — French Fries — Cole Slaw. FREE DELIVERY OVER |L _„.,„. CALL 343-6915 FOR SPECIAL PARTIES AND OTHER OCCASIONS. Oquawkans Return Home From Trip OQUAWKA — Durbin Schell and Frank Barron have returned from a trip to Michigan, Canada and Ohio. They also visited Niagafa Falls. While in Ohio, they visited with Schell's daughter, Mrs. Don Wennberg, and husband in Columbus. Mrs. Donald Johnson of Burlington spent a recent day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson. Mis. Dale Devore of Monmouth, spent Friday with her mother-in- law, Mi's. Nellie Devore. David, Michael, Greg and Gail Pruett, children of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pruett of near Abingdon, are spending this week with their grandmother, Mrs. Alice Pruett. Mrs. Richard Anderson and her mother, Mrs. Hilma Larson, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fluke at Berwick. Mrs. Joan Ricketts and sons, Murray and Brian, of Oquawka, and the former's sister-in-law, Miss Joyce Ricketts, and her friend, Miss Joan Koorstra pf Grand Rapids, Mich., . who are spending their vacation here, Saturday went to St. Louis, where they visited the zoo and also at LADIES IS IT TOO HOT TO COOK? OF COURSE IT IS! Come Out tn Midway and Eat Home Cooked Meals In Air Conditioned Comfort. Our Usual Fine Meals at Low Prices MIDWAY TAVERN (Formerly Bud & Hanks) 2140 E. Main Uncle Joe Shragal, Prop. WEEKEND SPECIAL Small Steakburgers REGULAR 14c 1 QC FRENCH FRIES 10c - 20c - 29c - 55c We also have added Pepsi-Cola to our menu. CURB and CARRY-OUT SERVICE Only PARKWAY DRIVE-IN 1223 N. Henderson St. DRIVE IN — DRIVE OUT Convenient Drivc-ln PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE Just Drive To Window! BEER - LIQUOR or WINES 2 IS locks South of Monmouth lllvd. Glasnovich TAVERN, INC. 714 South Henderson St. MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERET1 COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window Also Walaga Homecoming This Weekend STAR IN PRODUCTION-Jamcs Stewart and John Wayne arc starred in the dramatic picture "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" starling Sunday at the Galesburg Drivc-ln Theater. The second feature is "Hatnri," a show that is sure to please people of all ages, starring John Wayne and Harry Kruger. Movie Calendar FRIDAY, JUNE 21 OUPHEUM: "Savage Sam," 1 :30, 3:35. 5:35, 7:35 and 9:45 p. rn. WEST: "Mutiny on the Bounty,". 130, 4:50 and 8:10. DRIVE IN: "Swordsman of Siena," 51:00; "It Happened at the World's Fair," 10:40. Set Alpha Barbecue ALPHA—Alpha Lions Club will sponsor a chicken barbecue Sunday at the club hall. Proceeds will go to the Hadley School for the Blind in Winnetka, and the Leader Dog School in Rochester, Minn. Serving will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 to 7 p.m. Like that of other vertebrates, human blood has the same ratio of dissolved salts as ocean water, but in lower concentration. tended a St. Louis Cardinals ball game. Deserct The word "Desoret" is , associated with the state of Utah. Mor'mon pioneers called the re gion Deseret, which means "honeybee" in the Book of Mormon and is a symbol of industry. NOW PLAYING JUL COLOR by OE LUXe ClN «M »ScOPE . 2» —PLUS T- ^ .' < >¥<A Km MT CHARLES itocf.it WILLIAMS I0IIT VEE CMBMSCOK COLO* kiKlUXE AIR-CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults: 60c Child: 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE EARL LAST TIMES TONIGHT ; MElfeO • GOLPWVNt-MAYEft Pres«nt3 Happened -Worlds FaiRT DRIVE-IN TOMORROW! -1 -DAY ONLY! THAN a ROMAN J wirtT VICKITRICKETT Hit No. 2 THE MACABRE MASTERPIECE! AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL presents EDgA^UANPOES niuco .iN PANAVISION INO PATHEC0L0R BPRICE •PETER LORRE BOHS KARLOFF A Hit No. 3 WACKY iS THE WORD FoR fTf COLUMBIA PICTURES presents A FRED KOHIMAR PRODUCTION JACK RfCKT "The Apartment" man/ The cfreamboat guyl The (he *f WACKiEST SHiP URMY CINEMASCOPE AMo EASWANl July 3rd GIANT Fireworks Show WSCSSets Reception At Oneida ONEIDA - The Woman's Society of Christian Service tftet'at the Oneida Methodist Church June 19. Mrs. Ona Courtright, president, opened the meeting with prayer. A report was given by Mrs. Lowell Johnson stating that during vacation Bible school the Methodist attendance was 65. the society gave $15 to the vacation school fund, A love gift is being sent to Zoe King, director of Langleyvilie for the past 35 years. Plans were announced for a reception and pantry shower for Rev. and Mrs. T. Wayne Biehl and family at the church June 27 from 7 to 10 p.m. The next meeting date has been changed to July 24 because of the seminar in Monmouth. The parsonage committee reported that Kenneth and Ward Rowe had donated their services for installing a ceiling in a room at the pastor's home. Mrs. J. t». McKlbben gave thr lesson and Mrs. Lowell Johnson led the worship and presented thoughts on "What Shall We Tell Our Children About Race?" Mrs. Harold Reynolds accom* panied the group for the singing of hymns. The social committee, Mrs. Loyd Marmison, Mrs. Charles Hannam and Mrs. Ora olrfon served refreshments. READ THE WANT At*! MATURE AT 1:30 - 3:33 5:35 - 7:35 and 9:45 * 1 ARLISS... a pint-sized rawhide rebel! ; •,• .... 7 BRIAN TOMMY MARTA KEVKf KEITH KIRK KRISTEN CORCORAN Co-itirrlra DEWEY MARTIN 'JEFF YORK • RAFAEL CAMPOS 'SUM PICKENS fcwnpiay by FRED GIPSON and WILLIAM TUNBERG • ema tn it* toot ty f RED GIPSOM • Co-producer BILL ANDERSON • Diwcied 6, NORMAN TOKAR • w «"g SJ,ttE» C ' NOW! COMFORTABLY COOL At 1:30-4:50 8:10 p .m. w OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES Aboard a hell-ship ruled by tyranny and brutality! & mm. j| MARLON BRANDO « Fletcher Chrlltlin TREVOR HOWARD as Captain Bligh RICHARD HARRIS ifrjifttit* kp mm • mm mm «tjp •mmmimm^-isi m ^^T&wm

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