Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 3, 1963 · Page 11
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ft A". . L* 1 Gdlesbur m Playtime Togs [Camera Club Plan* Summer Legion Post Seats Officers L ABINGDON-Kcnncth Morrison fas been Installed at the new commander of Abingdon Post of the American Legion, succeeding Russell Hanson. Other officers installed at the Moriday night meeting of the post were: First vice commander, Kenneth rrey; second vice, Ralph Ebanyj adjutant, Kenneth John* son; finance officer, Richard tendlng summer schoo , at Norm4 , & ration; sergeant-at-arms, Bob arrived home — Gilbert, and historian, John Hil- If ton. the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Gearhart. OES Clifford (Pete) Hobbs, a former commander of the post, was the J" v T ,n « OI in ? ™* !»« installing officer. f ic ? rs hasllb ? en Postponed from nil- ... Sunday until further notice. The following service address has been received from Ted The Abingdon post will enter tain the Knox County American Legion Council picnic July 21. Attention was drawn to the 3rd Division convention July 6-7 in Jer- eeyville. Pet Parade Fixed rick W. Cramer (US 5578 0242) Ft. Knox, Ky. There will be a pet parade Fri- Birth Record day afternoon at the City P&rk. Judging will be at 1:30 p.m. Prizes will be given for the pret Melvin Morris, (the former Sandra Cain) of 314 E. Martin St. are the parents largest pets. Previous awards earned at the park were by Linda Mangieri, first tennis, and first and second badminton; Louisa Ippolito, third tennis, and Sheryl Cline, Susie Batson and Kathy Gordon, all first tennis. tiest, smallest, most unusual and | of a girl born Sunday at 4:01 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. She will answer to Tammy Jean. She will be welcomed home by two brothers Tony and Mark. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Cain and the paternal grandparents are Wilford Morris, Bartlesville, Okla. Osborne Reports on Unemployment Compensation Omer T. Osborne, manager of the Galesburg office of the Illinois Division of Unemployment Compensation, told .Abingdon Kiwanis Club members (Monday night that the state tries to keep a minimum reserve of $450,000,000 in the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund. This fund is kept by the federal government for each individual jftate, and money paid in by Illinois can only be used by this state. Osborne said any employer hiring four or more workers comes under the act. Contributions must News Items of i Abingdon Locality Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lawdver and family of Boston, Mass., arrived Tuesday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Courson and family. Mrs. John Churchill and family of Cuba spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Fern Cook. Joe Halford, son of Mrs, Lehman Halford, is visiting his sister in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Don Viar and family of Macomb. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Jones are spending a 3-week vacation in California. The Hope Circle of the Meth 1st Church will meet tonight at the bome of Mrs. Richard Crane with Mrs. Robert Edmiston as co-hostess. Mrs. Ethel Earel, who had been spending the past weeks visiting Georgia Asquith and other relatives and friends, in three left for her home in Joliet today. Honor Ray Lewis Ray Lewis was surprised Sunday when a group of relatives gathered at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kepple, near Greenbush for a cookout in honor of his birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lewis am family, Mr. and Mrs. Snyder Heil and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis and family, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith. Mrs. Lulu Toohey arrived home Friday after a visit at the home of her brother, Carol Willis of Bowling Green, Ky. Mrs. Ethel Earel spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Lulu Toohey. The Lydian Class of the Christian Church met last week at the home of Mrs. Chester Downs, be made on the first $3,000 each employe makes, and amounts to 2.7 per cent for the first three years. After this time, the rate is variable from one-tenth to four per cent, graduated in tenths of a per cent. The rate is adjusted for various lines of work in the state, and is based on statewide experience. h Right now in Illinois, the average rate charged employers is 2.2 per cent, with payments made each quarter, Osborne said. After seven weeks of work, almost any individual coming under the act can. get unemployment compensation if sufficient credts are owned. Strikes or felonies are almost the only things that will keep an applicant from getting it, Osborne said. Simply styled tu capture every breeze, this youthful three piece set Is marvelous in white'to show off a nice sun tan. No. 1309 with Photo-Guide la In sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40, Size 12, 32 bust, sleeveless blouse, l=Ji yards of 35-inch; shorts, VA y. *ds; skirt 3 yards. To order send 50 cents In coins for each pattern to .Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mail. 319 W, VanBuren St. Chicago 7, III. Add 10 cents for ist-ciass mailing. Print name, address with zone, style number and size. Lawmaker Issues Wheat Plan 'Feeler' WASHINGTON (AP) - The wheat certificate plan wrapped up in a voluntary package was launched as a trial balloon today by Sen. George McGovern, D- S.D. F He mailed copies of a draft bill using this approach to about 125 state and national farm groups with a covering letter asking for their comments or suggested changes. This Honored at Picnic Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCants of Marion Ind., were honored at a picnic Sunday at Lake Storey park where 50 children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Mrs. Myrtle Long, 809 N. Seminary St, gathered for the occasion. Mrs, McCants is Mrs. Long's daughter. Guests present were Paul Anderson of Seattle, Washv, and Ed where the group worked on can-1 McCants of Galesburg. cer dressings. Merrilee Gearhart, who is at- •J I L" READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! the reaction is to this approach," McGovern said. "I won't introduce the bill unless there is a strong indication of support all acrosjs the country." But even if support is shown, McGovern said he felt it would be an "uphill battle to get any wheat legislation in this session of Congress." Cites Proposal McGovern, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, said the proposal would retain virtually all details of the program rejected by wheat farmers in May except the compulsory provision that was the main opposition target. "What it does is try to give wheat farmers the same kind ot voluntary approach now available to feed grains,' 1 he said. "It takes all the compulsory features out ... by removing, the government- imposed penalties for overplaying wheat acreage allotments it eliminates the 'loss of freedom 1 issue which was a dominant factor i n the recent refer end um vote." If no legislation is enacted in this session and no special acreage diversion programs are put into effect for the 1964 wheat crop, he said, production is expected to exceed domestic and export needs by several hundred million bushels. Stark County Board Meets TOULON Routine business Shanks Store* sell American made merchandise American made styles — American sites to fit the American feet and body. New Ladies Skirts J New cool, washable skirts in solid colors—novelty and fancy patterns — petite sites 20 to 36 waist — IOW PRICK ladies' sites was on the agenda of the July meeting of the Stark County Board of Supervisors, held here Monday. Reports were received from the Toulon and Bradford justices of the peace. County officers were in attendance and presented their reports. Bills were approved and ordered paid. Intentionally Open Friday and Saturday Nights Swim Wear OCALA, Fla. (UPP-The first foal sired by Intentionally, co- holder of the world's mile speed record with Swaps, has been named Seminola. Swim wear for the entire family — boys, girls, m«n and ladies. New fresh styles. 0or prices are lower than last year. SAVE AT SHANKS! LOW FRII PARKING AUNGDON Golfing Southpaw HOUSTON (UPD-Bob Charles of New Zealand became the first lefthander ever to win a major golf tournament when he captured th§ 1963 $50,000 Houston classic. HEAD THE WANT AD SI Activities P\m for summer activities were formulate by the Galesburg Camera Club which met recently at the home of Dale Smith in Offctda. SIxteeH members were present for a steak fry. At the next meeting, July 24, regular competition will be conducted with both color slides and black and white prints to be judged. Classes are bronze, silver and gold. Pour special competitions will be held af future meetings. Themes Will be "Follow the Leader," "Treasure Hunt/' "Fun for All/' and 'Fantasy and Derivations/' A president's trophy will be awarded for the highest point winner of the year. The club project of the year will be a slide story of the four seasons with a taped commentary to be listed in the Photographic Society of America slide set exchange directory. A picnic and "follow the leader" shooting ses? sion will be held at Wildcat Den State Park near Muscatine, Iowa, Aug. 8, beginning with a breakfast at 7. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good will' be the leaders. It was announced that Les Wilkinson of Galesburg will be a black and white print judge at the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis, Ind. Ray Good has entered a travelogue in the Photographic Society of America competition and will be the speaker on the N4C program at Austin, Minn., Oct. 18. Sale of Wheel Tax Stamps Starts, Deadline August 1 KNOXVILLE Sale of wheel READ THE WANT ADS1 tax stickers has started In the city with a deadline of August 1, the date when all motor vehicles must display the decals. They may be purchased in the business district at either the Carlson Hardware store or Whitworth and Moore Mobil station. A fee of $3.25 for cars, $5.25 for trucks and $2,25 for motorcycles has been set. This year the stickers carry a picture of the Illinois PEO Home which is located in Knoxvillc. P Stars Meet - Miss Naomi Danielson, worthy matron and A, G. Templcton, worthy patron, presided at the regular meeting of the Knoxville Chapter of Eastern Star, Monday evening at the Masonic Temple. Those serving as pro tern officers were Mrs. Howard Houk, marshal, Mrs. Orlo Mastin, Ruth, and Richard Moore, warder. It was announced there will be a silent auction at the next meeting July 15, which is Friend's Night. Everyone is being asked to bring a "white elephant" or baked goods for the auction. July 27 the chapter will spon- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Set Altona Benefit ALTONA — The Altona 4-Hers Girls Club will hold a white elephant sale July 5 at the Altona sor an Ice cream social in the city park. The chapter voted to purchase a new electric signet. Lowell Leonard of New Windsor explained some of its features. Refreshments were served in the dining room by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Sharpies and Mrs. Lawrence Cook. Join Crusade "Ring the Bells" will be the theme of the Knoxville churches tomorrow at 1 p.m. They will be participating in a nationwide project to commemorate the freedom won July 4, 1776. All Knoxville will resound with the echo of bells for four minutes. The Junior Woman's Club, which is sponsoring the project, urges all who hear the bells to pause and reflect on the significance of their ringing. The club further reminds citizens to fly their flags. Sixteen Attend The Judith Hawks Circle of the Methodist Church met recently with Mrs. Clara Hutson with 16 members present. Her daughter, Mrs. Franklin Henderson, assisted. In the absence of the president Mrs. Clarence Carpenter presided at the meeting. Mrs. S. B. Davis was new sunshine chairman. There will be no meeting in July. A business meeting will be held following the picnic of the General MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CO-RESPONDENT Office hours, 7*9 a.m. 4 -6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289.9172 town park. It will be from 12:301 Circle of WSCS in August. p.m. to 5 p.m. The lesson was given by Mrs. Orval Gates and devotions by Mrs. Clarence Carpenter. Attend Picnic The annual Poland China Association picnic was held at Mt. Pulaski, 111. It was attended by Mrs. Glenn England, Henry and Ellen. After a potluck dinner and business meeting the group visited the farm of Earl Rau, near Kenney, nnd the farm of Frank Mills and Darrell Mills near Clinton. Miss Judy Clapper of Monticello returned with Ellen England for a visit. Miss Clapper and Miss England arc both sophomores at Western Illinois University at Macomb. Club Holds Picnic The annual June picnic for members of the Appleton Country Club, their husbands and families, was held on the lawn at the home and Mrs. Earl Doe, Mr. and Mrs, L. E. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guatafson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Keith England, Mr. and Mrs. Westergreen, Mrs. Mary King and Sandra Gibbs, For the July meeting the annual luncheon and club trip is planned for Davenport, Briefs Mrs. Darlcne Ferguson of DeLong visited her mother in Oneida Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shaver of Aurora spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brocklehurst Shaver is a brother to Mrs. Brocklehurst. Mrs. Mable Olson and Mrs. Beu* lah Blust of Galesburg visited Mrs. Jennie Liniger Thursday. Other recent visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Riedi of Battle of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wester-1 Creek, Mich, green Sunday. Home-made ice cream was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wagher, Mr. and Mrs. Earsel Gibbs and Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Moore. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. John Eiker, Mr. and Mrs. Duane England, Blanch and Louise, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Gustafson and Willard, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Worrell, Mr. and Mrs. Oris England and Kathleen, Mr. How To Hold More Firmly in Plact Do your false teeth annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk? Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates.This alkaline (non-acid) powder holds false teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today ftt drug counters everywhere. When there's food freezer space in the This stretches the grocery money. house, it's like having a food store all your own—wholesale! 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