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26 Galesburo Reaister-Moil, (fceisburgi, ft$m> June 28, 1963 KNOX VILLE MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 fi.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Charles Knapp, Band Leader, Announces Concert Program KNOXVILLE — There will be a band concert in the city park on Saturday beginning about 8 o'clock. The following program is announced by Charles Knapp, director: "Host of Freedom," "Azalea Overture," "He," "Mutual," "Elegy for Modernes," "Homage to Youth," "Blame It on the Bossa Nova," "Washington Post," "Redwood Overture," "Salute the Duke," "Hall of Fame," and "The National Anthem." Members of the band are reminded of the change of rehearsal next week due to the holiday. Rehearsal will be Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school music room. Wins Plaque Maj. Robert G. Glore, Detachment 57 commander on behalf of his detachment, lias been awarded, a flying safety award plaque for one year of accident free flying. The award was the military transport flying safety award plaque to Detachment 57 Air Rescue Service, Albrook Air Force Base. \ He is a son of Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Glore. Maj. Glore received the plaque from Col. Grover J. Dunkleberg, Commander Eastern Air Rescue Center, Robin AFB, Ga. The local rescue detachment flying H-19 helicopter achieved its perfect safety record during more than 600 flying hours over rugged jungle and ocean. Significant is the fact that a great number of takeoffs and landings had to be made in small jungle clearings and remote island beaches while performing mercy and rescue missions in the Panama area. Changes Positions G. Alan Lentz, former Knox- .11 CARROLL'S FOR ART MATERIALS ville Grade School principal and more recently an elementary teacher in the Quincy public schools, has obtained a position as consultant, with the Quincy Youth Development Commission. The project sponsored by a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health, is an action research project for culturally handicapped children. Curriculum modification and enlisting the interest, support and co-operation of the parents to provide intellectually stimulating experience for the child are the major objectives of the program. Circles Meet The Mary Ann Conway Circle of the Methodist Church met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gene Terry with 13 members and one guest, Mrs. Miles Jackson, present. Mrs. Kenneth Withcrell presided at the meeting in the absence of the president and vice president. A birthday collection was taken which netted $12. Those who were not at this meeting may donate at a later meeting. The sum of $50 was given to the church building fund and $12.50 for first quarter missions. Devotions taken from John I was given by Mrs. Terry, who read 'God Is Wisdom, God Is Love," and closed with the Lord's Prayer. It was reported 11 sick calls were made during the month. Mrs. Terry was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Wilbur Kirkendall and her sister, Mrs. Edgar Robertson. Twelve members of the Rebecca Giles Circle of the Methodist Church and 5 guests attended the potluck dinner Wednesday held on the lawn of the Clarence Bennison home. During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Eslella Cook, $25 was voted to the building fund. The program and devotions were given by Mi's. William Barber. Meet in School Roll call was answered with "My Special Someone" by members of the Appleton Spoon and Spool 4-I-I Club when they met Independence Day Holiday Celebration Plans Posted ABINGDON—"Fly your flags and ring your bells on Independence Day!" This Is the suggestion of the Abingdon Junior Woman's Club and the Daughters of the American Revolution, which are cooperating in a nationwide project designed to emphasize the significance of the Fourth of July. E.O.M. SPECIALS STAG Th. Bottle „___ 8 for 1.15 HAMM S Cans 6 Pak 1.29 STRAIGHT BOURBON ANCIENT AGE or JIM BEAM _ 5th '3.98 SEAGRAM'S 7-CROWN 5th $ 4.29 10 HIGH BARCLAY $499 5th L 20% WINE 5th 69c 90 PROOF GIN $ 2.99 5th BOTTLE BEER BLATZ FALSTAFF BUSCH STAG PABST 24— 12-pz. $ 3 19 Case 6 16-OZ. CANS BUSCH -1.19 HAIG &_ HAIG FINCH SCOTCH » '6.19 MICHELOB Throwaway Bottles 6 -»'1.99 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF IMPORTED WINES LOUIE'S LIQUORS 41 South Seminary Phone 342-4515 Church bells, school bells, carillons and bells of government buildings will ring across the na* tion July 4 at 1 p.m. The USO plans to carry the bell-ringing nround the globe wherever the armed forces of the United States are stationed. Every radio station is being asked to broadcast the sound of bells for two minutes, followed by the reading of the Declaration of Independence. A 20-minute concert of patriotic airs will be played on the carillon of the Abingdon Christian Church at 10 a.m. the morning of the Fourth, and at 1 p.m. all bells in the city will ring for four minutes. Citizens were asked to ring their own bells at that time, or better still, to have their children ring them, followed up by the parents telling the children the story of the Declaration of Independence and the Liberty Bell. Plan for Services Members of Abingdon Chapter", Order of Eastern Star, have been asked to attend in a group at funeral services for Mrs. Lena Marks, 88, of Abingdon, a past worthy matron of the chapter, who died Thursday. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the Larson Funeral Home at Abingdon. Rotary Club Hears Report on Cuba Rotary Club ladies night and installation of officers for the new year were held Wednesday evening in the Banquet Room of the Friendly Cafe. Alfred Lamberti introduced Mr. and Mrs. Delgado as the program. They recently escaped from Cuba and are both working as laboratory technicians at St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg, and also part-time in the same capacity for Dr. Packard at the Abingdon Medical Building. Delgado carefully planned his escape from Cuba by motor boat and has been in the United States for six months. He told of some of the very serious problems evident in Cuba today, such as shortage of food, clothing, and other essential goods and confiscation of private property under the dictatorship of Castro. Mrs. Delgado lias been in the United States a little over two years. Monday at the Appleton Grade School. Talks were given by Joanne Cochran on "Safety When Cooking," and Mary Fields on "Yeast Breads." Demonstrations were given by Janice Johnson on "Flower Arranging" and Debbie Gibson on "Quick Mix Devils Food Cake." Recreation was in charge of Rae Moore and Christine Nichols. Music was furnished by Rae Moore who also served refreshments assisted by Mary Tully. Plans for the 4-H Tour July 17 and local Achievement Day July 12 were made. The skit for "Share the Fun" was practiced and it was announced a practice for Thursday afternoon. Lutheran Church Grace Lutheran Church, Arno E. Peterson, pastor. Confirmation class Saturday 10 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Church council meet at the church Wednesday 8 p.m. Christian Church Arvid Oleson, pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. Sermon topic "Committed to What." Sunday 6 p.m. C.Y.F. and Chi Rho meet at the church. Union services at the church 8 p.m. Christian Education Committee and Teachers meeting at the church Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Christian Woman's Fellowship at the church Wednesday 2 p.m. Bible Study 7 p.m. Choir rehearsal and board meeting 8 p.m. Installation and reception for Rev. and Mrs. Arvid Oleson July 7. Presbyterian Church First United Presbyterian Church, Howard Bailey, pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sermon subject "Let's Sell Our Church!" Union service at the Christian Church Sunday evening. Giisou Church Gilson Church, Thelma Case, minister. Church 9 a.m. Sermon subject "Some Summer Shower." Sunday School 10 a.m. DeLong Congregational Church Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Church 10:15 a.m. with message by Rev. Thelma Case. Jehovah's Witnesses Jehovah's Witnesses of Kingdom Hall, Knoxville will hold a watchtower study Sunday at 3:45 p.m. Group singing was led by Dr. E. A. Bradway and Mr. and Mrs. Delgado sang their native Cuban National Anthem. Turns Over Gave! Alfred Lamberti expressed his thanks to the club members for their cooperation and work during the past year and presented the Rotary gavel to President John Euran, who begins his new duties July 1. A past president's diamond lapel pin was presented to Alfred Lamberti by Dr. Bradway. Guests present Were Harold Paggamcier, Galesburg Rotarian; Harold Fitch and Ivan Zuck, Bushnell Rotarians; Peter fiul- keley, Miss Dee Lipp and Christy Bulkeley, guests of G. C. Bul- keleys, Miss Katy Kendrick, guest of her father, Francis Kendrick, and Mrs. Ivan Zuck and Susan Bulkeley. There will be no Rotary meeting July 3. 4-H'ers Plan Talent Contest in Galesburg Members' of the Maple-ettes' 4- H Club are to meet in front of the Public Library Monday at 6:50 p.m. to depart for the share-the- fun contest in Galesburg. Members will meet at the home of Mrs. Mosher, 207 W. Meek St., July 9 at 1 p.m. for a meeting and trip to Galesburg to the clothing clinic. Local achievement day with the Maple Grove and Abingdon units will be July 10 at 2 p.m. at the Congregational Church. Members are to have written a description of their project clothes and items to be displayed or modeled. All ABINGDON DOROTHY WHtTSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 70S W. Adams St Phone 5Si Mrs. Betty Way I* MbfttlfMlaj onttl July 1 for Mrs, thmhf WhRsitt, Abingdon eorresfwwlMil tot the Gatesbstrg Register* Mail. Mrs. Way resides at 492 N. Washington St., phone 302.) mothers of 4-H members were invited to attend. News Topics of Abingdon Locality Fred Bond, son of Mrs. Mary Bond, is employed this summer at the George William College Camp at Williams Bay, Wis. Jane Marks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marks, returned home Wednesday by plane, after spending two weeks in Boston, Mass., where she visited at the home of Mrs. Mary Banks. Mrs. Banks is the mother of Mrs. Reese Dickerson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Gary McKee are vacationing this week in Montello, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. George Dupin and family of Soda Springs, Idaho, are spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dupin. En route to Abingdon, they visited her parents, Mr. and Mi's. Carlton at Columbia, Tenn. . The Crusaders class of the Methodist Church will sponsor a homemade ice cream social Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the church basement. Clifford Pence Jr. is spending the summer in New York City, where he has a position in the Butler Library at Columbia University. In September, he will return to Knox College, where he will be a junior majoring in mathematics. Mrs. Clifford Pence and son Steve were in St. Louis Sunday and Monday and attended the Cardinal ball game. They visited hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Elliott. Mrs. Wendell Warner and family of Alton visited Abingdon friends Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Warner is a former Abingdon resident. Watch General Assembly Christy Bulkeley and Julie Janes of Avon spent Thursday observing proceedings at the state legislature hi Springfield. The Auxiliary Police will postpone its Monday meeting and will meet as usual at the same time in August. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson were business callers in Bloomington Tuesday. Betty Bond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bond Jr., entertained the first of the week with a pizza party honoring Susan Ricketts and Eddrie Meadows, who are visiting from Colorado. Mrs. Jim Thoennes and family of Bloomington spent several days this week visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Parris. Mrs. Lena Donaldson of Maquon is visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leaon Morss. Mrs. Jennie Palmer spent from Friday till Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Reeves and family in Galesburg. Mrs. Toncey Pedigo and her Depart for West daughter, Mrs.. Ronald Coons, and daughter of RoseVille left Tuesday for South Dakota. They will be gone several days. Howard Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams, spent several days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindquist m Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Lankford recently entertained at a cookout, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voorhees and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Welch, of Herman. Congregational Church Notes Rev. John M. Buran, pastor of the Abingdon First Congregational Church, has arranged church school Sunday services at 10:45 a.m., with people of the school conducting the services. No church school session is planned. Pupils will be promoted to new departments, and sacrament of infant baptism will be observed. Rehearsals will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. for junior choir and at 10:45 a.m. for primary department pupils. Jets Sign Three NEW YORK (UPI) - The New York Jets of the American Football League have added three veterans, including standout defensive back and punter Bill Atkins, to their 1963 roster. Linebacker Hubert Bobo and guard Sid Fournet were signed in addition to Atkins, who was ob- Wedding U in California KIRKWOOD - Mrs. Nancy Beckner Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beckner of Kirk* wood, and James Louts Ricketts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ricketts of Monmouth, were married at the U. S. Naval Hospital, Balboa Base, San Diego, Calif., at 9 o'clock in the morning Saturday, May 18. The double ring ceremony was performed by Chaplain William J. Organ, commander, in the Presbyterian Chapel. The couple is residing at th§ La Vista Apartments at 2214 Broadway, Apartment 22, San Diego, Calif. Well Oiled SALT LICK, Ky. (AP) - Four State Police, noticing a dirty license tag on a tractor-trailer, flagged it down for investigation. Trooper Doyle Elliott climbed to the top of the tank and peered into a hatch. His flashlight showed oil below. Just to be sure, Elliott stuck his hand into the oil and found it was only 3 inches deep. He continued checking the 1,500 gallon tank and came up with 4,200 cans of beer and 25 cases of whisky, gin and vodka. tained by the Titans in a 1962 trade with Buffalo. OPEN HOUSE CONNIE'S BEAUTY BOX 204 W. MEEK — ABINGDON SPECIALS-JULY 1 THRU 6th Shampoo and set $1 .25 Exclusive Realistic Permanent (regular $10.00 permanent) for $8.50 during first week. REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES ON SAT., 2 till 5 Have license and ready for appointments. ' Top Ujl: Corvette Sling Kay Sport Cots* nut a CmaifMoua ConuiUbl* Bottom Ufl: Chevrolet Jmpala Convertible next to a Chevy II Nova i00 Convertible MAP SHRINKERS Chevrolet's got four different kinds of them Which way do you want a new lack out of going places? Everything about our JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET says luxury car except the price- rich, roomy interiors, Body by Fisher craftsmanship, choice of engines up to 425 hp*. CHEVY II is a thrifty one with lots of upkeep savers, But you could never tell from its stylish looks or EVROLET sprightliness. The sporty CORVAIR'S rear-engine) traction and sensitive steering will have you mfa ing out secondary roads. And CORVETTE, of course, is America's only full-fledged sports car. Quite a difference, right? But lots in common—lika Chevrolet dependability and the Trade'N'Travel AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S deals now at your dealer's, 'Optional at em TRADE N TRAVEL TIME CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY I, C0RVAIR AND CORVETTE WEAVER-YEMM CHEVROLET INC 247 East Simmons Street Galesburg Phone 3424178

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