Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 29, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 29, 1963
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HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage AftMtSfttOttft tfttBAV Mfi. Betty Johnsoti, Bishop Mill. Harry Lfeland Paul, Alpha. Doufiias J, Heneanf, Abingdon. Martha Ann Henderson D«LO«|. Vern M. Kecklef, Toulon. Mrs. Mary E. Erlcsoft, Galva. 3. D. Cooley, 1029 Lancaster St. William J. Myers, U1S N. Broad St. Herbert D. Naslund, Victoria. Mrs, Dorothy L. Bushnell, Cam* eroft. William r. Jamison, 1393 N. Henderson St. i Mri. Connie flack, Rio. Mrs. Cntt*»«jti K. Ostfnm. Lafayette. miMtssAts rntoAY Thomas T).. Robert-D. and William It. Hepburn. IMS BSird Ave. Mrs. Audrey 3. Willinms, Knoxville. ^ Mrs. J. Lorene Camp, I.aura. Fmd O. Gummerson, 958 W. North St. Ponald E. Loekwood, Knoxville. Harvev L. Adair, Berwick. Mrs. Beverly M. Johnson and baby, Knoxville. Mrs. Bonnie J". Krnhn. Abingdon. Mrs. Marv Ann Selkirk, Galva. Miss Blends L. Frisk, 1104 E; Main St. Mrs. Harriet B. Wells, 49. Arnold St. Daniel R. Knuth, Knoxville. Mrs. Nena M. Roach, Elrnwood. „ A. Dale Roberts, Avon. Mrs. Blanche C. McCullough, 40 W. Second St. Mrs. Edith L. Standard, $295 Lincoln Park Dr. Mrs. Beulah E. Jacques, Knoxville, St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Manuel Leon, 1620 Monmouth Blvd. Timothy Mims, 1030 Emery^St. Mrs, Alex Sabettl, Abingdon. Michael Keith, 203 Pennsylvania Ave. Cornelius Maher, 720 W. Brooks St Mrs. Glenn O. Carothers, 285 Indiana Ave. Lambert A. Erickson, 216 N. Seminary St. , Connie Wilson, Berwick., Susan Marie Parkins, Berwick, 1 Stanley Maeness, Abinedon. DISMISSALS FRIDAY James S. Wolfe, Williamsfield. Rex L. Hensley, 171 Mulberry St, Scott Mitchell, Abingdon. Kenneth H. Polk Jr.. 258 W. North St. Mrs. George M. Roberts, London Mills. Mrs. Wanda Ryan, 325 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Dominick Russo, Abingdon. Fnuik Shea, 244 E. North St. Mrs. Barbara Stablein, 856 W. North St. Carl V. Stroops, 631 Peck St. Curt Smith, 1064 Johnston St. Lawrence ThUrman, Abingdon. Steven Thurman,' Abingdon. Randy Treadway, 798 E. Knox St. Valley 4-Wers Hold Session FAIRVIEW — Twenty-seven members attended the Fairview Valley Homemakers 4-H Club meeting in the Methodist Church Tuesday, with Jo Ann Hartstirn presiding. Talks were given by Frances Phipps, Janet Rohrer, Paula Denmark and Lynne Marvel. Demonstrations were given by Sarah Putman, Paula Turner and Jenifer Overcash. Dee Ann Denmark and Cathy Schuman were in charge of the recreational activities and refreshments were served by Annetta Miller, Sarah Putman and Susan Livingston. BELTS A BRAVE-lndian fighter Junior size, Kevin Corcoran, bcjts a brave from his saddle In Walt Disney's "Savage Sam." Concoran stars with Brian Keith, Tommy Kirk and' Marta Krlstea In the Technicolor motion picture now showing at the Orpheum Theater. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. HOUTI — Tuas., Wad.. Thuri., Fri., Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 MldnUa. Sunday — 5 p.m. to Mldnlta.- Cleaad Monday*. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Open at 12 Neon on 4th of July. For carry out larvica Call 342-2413 Opan Dally at S P.M. BUSIINELL. 620 W. Hurst St, BushnelL. Phon* Bushnell 519 Band Concert Set Tuesday BUSHNELL - The first band concert of the summer will be held Tuesday evening at 8 p.m on the lawn at the high school. Soloists will be featured each week and a wide variety of band music is being .prepared. The first soloist will be. Miss Sally News Briefs Of Gladstone GLADSTONE—Capt. and Mrs. Harry Lee and sons of Dayton, Ohio are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cisna. The W.S.C.S. of the Glad stone church will meet Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. C. Ei Cisna. Mrs. Dale Galbreath is the assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mead Sr, accompanied their son Kenneth to his home in Blue Island Sun day for a visit. Mrs. Minnie Hedges, Miss Thelma Hedges and Mrs. Margaret Callow Sunday went to Knoxville where they visited their sister and aunt, Mrs. Nell Bur rell. Mrs. Burrell suffered a stroke at her home in Galesburg a few weeks ago. She was a patient in St. Mary's Hospital there for several weeks then taken to the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Knoxville. She is improving' slowly. Smorgasbord '1.00 Everyday—Monday thru Saturday 11 A.M. to 2 P.M.-5 to 8 P.M. ELDORA'S RESTAURANT 415 N, Seminary Closed Sundays until Sept. Twin Brothers Join Faculty At Dallas City DALLAS CITY-Richard Clifton has accepted a position on the faculty of the Gladstone school for the 1963-64 term. He will be junior high coach and teach social studies. His twin brother Robert has signed a contract to teach social studies and heavyweight coach in the Dallas City grade school. Richard and Robert are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Rene Clifton of. Dallas City, and both attended Western Illinois University, Macomb. Cook some extra slices of breakfast bacon and crumble; add to the next morning's pancake batter. Serve with maple syrup, honey or currant jelly. Robinson, a graduating senior, who has been first chair clarinetist and accompanist for many of the music department's activities. An ice cream social will be held at the concert for the benefit of the swimming pool. Club Conducts Tour The Mound Gold Star 4-H Club held its annual tour Friday by visiting places of business and the state police headquarters in Macomb. A picnic lunch was held at the park, followed by swimming. Twenty girls were present for the activities. Taking cars were Mrs. Virginia Elam, Mrs. Jane Taylor, Mrs. Dorothy Hensley and Mrs. Doris Crowl. 'Good Housekeeping 9 Discussed for Club The Four Square Household Science Club' met Thursday at the Recreation Center. Discussions were held on "Good . Housekeeping" and led by Mamie Kessler and Gladys Orum, and "Good Cooking" by Wilma Smith and Ida Wallace. "Happy Birthday" was sung to Mrs. Bessie Huffman. Hostesses were Mrs. Olive Kessler, Mrs. Edna Spicer, Mrs. Rosalie Stamback and Luella Pensinger. Martie's Restaurant 72 South Cherry St. WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY July 1 Until July 15 FOR IMPROVEMENTS. Thank You! W PLAYING THE GRENADIRES PONT MISS THIS IXCITINO GROUP Frank's Fillet Ffityrf STEAK OINNfl Seaman Visits Residence at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR-Seaman Robert Snyder, who has been stationed at Norfolk, Va., the past eight months, arrived June 24 on a 2- week leave which he is spending with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anderson.' Snyder will return to Norfolk for an additional 16 months in the service. Harlan Peterson entered Moline Public Hospital Wednesday and underwent surgery Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. Alden Johnson and family vacated an apartment at the C. G. Carnahan home and moved to the new house recently completed in the Nelson addition in the south part of town. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tornquist and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tornquist and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Peterson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and family of New Windsor, attended the 15th annual reunion of the Tornquist cousins June 23. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Winkler of Alexis were host and hostess to the 62 relatives who attended the potluck supper. Mrs. Delia Anderson returned June 26 from the Cottage Hospital Thoughts Too Good to Keep Conditions Are Never Just Right for anything •xctpt foilurt Your* from SCANDIA BAKERY & LUNCH 326 E. Main St, .BILLED AT WEST—Marlon Brando and the beautiful Polynesian girl Tarita, share a South Seas romance In Metro-Goldwyn* Mayer's presentation of "Mutiny of the Bounty," now showing al UhY West Theater. The picture was filmed in Ultra Panavlslon and Technicolor In Bora-Bora, Moorea and fabled Tahiti with a cast of thousands. Winola Unit of Homemakers Elect Officers NEW WINDSOR - Election of officers was held at the meeting of Winola Homemakers Extension Association Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lyman Dahlgren. Mrs. Larry Brown was elected president; Mrs. James Liby, first vice president; Mrs. David Roberts, second vice president, and Mrs. Dahlgren re-elected secretary-treasurer. The major lesson on the topic, "Health Fads and Frauds," was given by Mrs. Dahlgren. The safety lesson on "The Man Behind the Wheel" was in charge of Mrs. Donald Enstrom. Mrs. Earl Scranton gave a special number. Plans were discussed for craft day and the group decided to visit Mrs. Dorothy Nash July 31. She operates a hobby shop at Joy. Mrs. Dale Walsten and Mrs. James Liby were welcomed as new members. Mrs. Neal Robb was a guest. Girls have been cherishing dolls, and boys toy soldiers, since 3000 B.C. Movie Calendar SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JUNE M-JO ORPHEUM! "Savage Sam," 1:30, 3:35. 5:35, 7:35 and 9:45 p. m. WEST: "Mutiny on the Bounty," 130, 4:50 and 8:10. SATURDAY, .'UNE » DRIVE IN: '"3 Stooges Meet Hercules," 9:00; "Wackiest Ship In the Army," 10:40; "The Raven," 12:20, One complete showing only. First printing press in the colonies was set up at Harvard in 1638. STARTS SUNDAY MIKKUH nCIIMES & KOBEKT WISE PRESEN1 ROBERT. SHIRIEf MITCWWI NKHAiNE W> RR.1UE SEESAW Miiitn • usocuw nra M«n MIS PMMTM. •£ UWKOMIISIt • AIR-CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c — Children 25c THEATRE Knoxville EARL ^ THEATRE W Rt. 34 West ENDS TONIGHT! MACABRE MASTERPIECE W r~ •—>' —- * AMERICAN mUlMATIONAl tiiMlMMMMMOM «MTMIC0i0t •TAMIIN* ' Hf| VINCENT PRICE 4m ,sKARL0FF WACKY IS THE WORD COLUMBIA RCMtfS nM A ptf O KPMltfM PRPOuCTON ^ M B W _ Galesburfl Register-Mail, (krfcsbutfljlf. Saturday, June $9, f 963 S News Items Of Oqttawka OQUAWKA - Mr. and Mrs. James Hays, together with their daughter , Mrs. Leslie Proctor, and her husband and son Woody of Blakesburg, Iowa, spent Sunday with the former 's sisfer, Mrs. Sarah France, and her soti foaus. James D. Rogers, county clerk, was admitted to the Burlington Hospital Monday for observation and tests. Mrs. Sarah France has been a frequent visitor in the home of hef niece, Miss Ruth Shaw irt Gladstone, as well as at the hospital in Burllngtoft, where Mrs, Shaw, Ruth's mother, is very HI. Mrs. Iva Hufnagel of Arlington fleighfs spent several days here with her brother, Clyde Chapin, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. W. Ray Thomas returned home Wednesday from Rock Island, where she had been visiting in the home of Mrs. Helen Cornell. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Essex went to the Dells in Wisconsin Wednesday for a few days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry FoL'ett and son Steven of Clefffiofit* lewt, flew here Sunday to spend the* day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wilcox. Their daughter Laurie, who had been visiting here with her grandparents, accompanied them home that evening. Other recent visitors at the Wilcox home were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Lendgren and daughter Carol of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sando of Minneapolis. Claims resulting from the Chicago fire of 1871 drove 68 ill* surance companies bankrupt. TOMORROW!-For 3 Doys Only \A TREMENDOUS • EVENT FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AO ESI KRUGER'MARTINELLI'BLAIN'BOTIONS'HAWKS twiwui 'ion i IIOII ir MUSIC scout n t-EIQH HARRY HENRY A PARAMOUNT RELEASE 9 BRAC *|TT Candy Cane Plsyland-Open 7:30 • Show at Dusk TheMw WhoShot Valance ANDY KEN »„cut ,jMiM M «ai«iu$«ut»< ptgMiouiI 0£VINE-MUI^V -fci*«*«.«««iiai*rt*u«6uiia mm » ^tlfi**' «rtV< GIANT °;V FIREWORKS ^ >^ SHOW O w FEATURES AT 1:304:35 3:357:35 and MS AS WARM AND HUMAN AS "OLD YELLER," AS EXCITING AS "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON"! Only Disney could bring tht rugged frontier to life so vividly...with all its earthy drama, its dangerous adventures and furious Indian battles! starring BRIAN TOMMY MARTA KEITH KIRK KRISTEN KEVIN DEWEY (d»m imn) CORCORAN • MARTIN JEFF YORK * RAFAEL CAMPOS SUM PICKENS COMFORTABLY COOL AT 1:30 4:50 and 8:10 P.M. METRO-GOL0WYN-MAYER W OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES THE MOST EXCITING AND ROMANTIC REAL-LIFE STORY EVER LIVED...NOW BECOMES THE MIGHTIEST SEA- SPECTACLE THAT EVER SWEPT ACROSS THE SCREEN I Al M.en lashed by a cruel captain! Mutiny;surges across the storm-tossed ship! [ICHARD tRRIS A voyage of violence! AN AARON (tOS£NB£lt6 PRODUCTION MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY A moment of ecstasy amid a nightman! J <» The Bounty •"^m* ^fe^li* welcomed TECHNICOLOR* HUGH GRIFFITH • 00 HAYDN MWk • wimm\ ciii miww. 4

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