Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 29, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 29, 1963
Page 11
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I m Mini st AUttfiU ALDERMAN Correspondent Photo .tirMM Gafoa Activity Calendar Potted GALVA « Past Presidents of' ** WHC and families will hold a potluck picnic supper Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Wiley Park. Past Presidents of World War II Mothers will hold a picnic sup' per Tuesday at 6 p.m. on the Mrs. Jennie Lapan's lawn. the Joy Class of the Grace Methodist Church will hold a family picnic Tuesday at 6:3d p. m. in Wiley Park. Those planning to attend were asked to take meat, covered dish for family and table service. Drink and dessert will be furnished. Galva Rainbow for Girls will hold a meeting Wednesday in Masonic Hall. Attend Services Week at your own place of worship Dl 3-9365 Dl 3-1246 To Exchange Vows Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of Galva has announced the coming mar riage of her daughter Barbara to Richard Kon?, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Koto of Lake Bluff. Miss Johnson, daughter of the late Kenneth Johnson, has been in nurse's training at Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago. Konz was graduated from Princeton University and presently is with Blyth & Co. of Chicago. Wedding will take place Sept, 1. Hulstedt Kin Hold Reunion BISHOP HILL - The Hulstedt reunion was held June 9 in the American Legion Hall in Oneida with 50 present from Rock Island, WoqdhuU, Kewanee, Oneida, dal- va, Cambridge, Wataga, Altona, East Molftie, Galesburg and Bishop Hill. During the afternoon, a surprise shower was held for Miss Rosemary Van Hyfte of Kewanee, who became the bride of Dale Kenney of Kewanee, now with the AFB at Homestead, Fla., June 22 in the Visitation Church in Kewanee. The 1964 reunion will be held June 14 hi the Bishop Hill Colony School. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! WELCOME WAGON READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FOR SALE Storage space In the only all new modern warehouse in the area. We Invite your comparison. Temperature & humidity controlled. \ PUCKETT MOVING and STORAGE PHONE 343-UO 4Mk 4st ^ "' ^Hfe ol Rodeo Shows At Fairground For Weekend the first of three rodeo shows for the weekend were held Friday night at the Knox County Fairgrounds with programs scheduled for tonight and Sunday afternoon, Top rodeo contestants perform in each show along With ISO head of stock which includes parade and broncing horses, Brahma bulls, dogging* steers and roping calves. Tonight's program is scheduled to get underway at 8 p.m. with Sunday's matinee to start at 2, (Safesburq Rtgj$ter«Maif, (Satesbtirg, l(t. Saturday, June 29; T963 11 1963 Is Good But Problems Are Possible NEW YORK (AP)-You are being promised all kinds of goodies the rest of this year. The list includes rising production and sales, more jobs and higher incomes, further scientific advances, increased profits and dividends, only slightly higher cost of living which already is at a record, and even a chance of a new bull market later in stocks. At midyear most business statistics are fatter and most indicators are favorable. But mixed in are plenty of uncertainties. The final tally will depend on many things—all the way from the weather to Congress, from labor strife to de Gaulle, from domestic politics to such trouble spots as Khrushchev- controlled Cuba. Up in the air at the moment are: Racial tension, tax cuts, a threatened rail strike or government intervention, a letdown as an aftermath of the big buildup in steel inventories to hedge against the strike that wasn't in the cards. Taxes likely will be cut on the RIDING HIGH — One of the at the rodeo at the Knox County Knoxville has just broken out of performers Fairgrounds in the gate in the bronco-busting competition. The rodeo will continue tonight and tomorrow afternoon. federal level, although when, how much and for whom is still up to Congress and the political tides. The effect on business—on profits and job. creation, on consumer purchasing power and economic growth—depends On the final form of the tax bill. Labor problems are far from settled, despite the relief over the new steel pact. Job security is the worker's cry, and cast-cutting is the goal of his boss. Often the two will seem incompatible. Even though the employment total is expected to rise, more young people will be looking for jobs. And continuing mechanization means that more older persons will find the skills they learned are out of date. The rate IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG OPEN w^^^^m *7/T I /f ^ d~ ^ ^ A ^^^H ALL DAY the 4th ^Jgg^ YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADOUARTE^^^^ 9:30 o.m. SUN. MON. TUES. SALE 5:30 p.m. of unemployment, now around 6 per cent of the labor force, will stay high, even if the economy grows as the experts now are promising.. Now all the talk is about still loftier levels ahead. For many weeks the stock market advanced, apparently in anticipation. Its hesitation this month could be just a reforming of ranks before the new bull market some foresee, or it could be a deeper doubt. The spring increase in housing starts should assure a 1.4 million unit market for appliance makers, furnishing stores and utilities —and for increased spending by local governments .to provide services. Large numbers of scholars, from first grade to college, will be outfitted in the back-to-school rush. And the demand for new classrooms and teachers is still sizable. ....... Affair Held For VUitots PrIAlRlE CITY - Mrs. Ray Emory entertained with a lunch eon Wednesday for Mrs. Lyle (Martha) Anderson. She and her son David are from California and are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chambers, and other relatives. Besides the Andersons, other guests were Mrs. Phyllis Whittier, Mrs. Janet Williams, Mrs. Maxfrte Parker and Kevin, Miss Lucia Turpin and Mark Emory. The Happy Helpers Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Clara Keener and for the roll call, each named a famous person they would like to meet. Plans were discussed for the annual picnic. House guests with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gingerich this week are M. Sgt. and Mrs. Walter Czapla and family from El Paso, Tex. Earlier, Robert Gingerich and sister Patricia went to El Paso to visit the Czapla family and Robert returned with Stanley and Marty and Patricia arrived with the family Sunday. The Dave Kitch family has moved from Bushnell into the Carson Bricker house in the northeast part of town. The Kitches have bought the house and a few of the lots and DR. I. ERNSTEM OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. MS-MIT or M1-M17 Ms e. Mala Heam • A.M. to • 9M. rtldayt! • AJ*. to •:*> P.M. WMtaaadaya TU Noon. are farming the rtst ©ftfWlMd, in addition to hit work irt Bttth- nclt. ' Mrs. Lee Childers ms Toes* day luncheon hostess to her bridge club members and her guest; Mrs. Hat Pool. The afternoon^ nigh scores in the bridge games were marked by Mrs. Orrfo Skean and Mrs. Nora Kruzan. Ml BOOKWORM OR IftTSMM Realizing that each policyholder is an individual and should be treated at such, we have made P.S., Personal Service a part of all our undertakings—selecting policies, settling claims, and improving techniques. This is your assurance of top-quality protection, reasonably^ priced. J LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON mSURJUKE Main and Chtrry Stt. 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