Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 10, 1963
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6 Qatisbum RcalstifrMaiL (klesbura, Ml, Wed. July 10, 1963 e to 4-H Club Achievement Day HOSfeVItLK—Point Pleasant 4 -M dub hal completed plans for the annual local Achievement day, which will take place Friday at I p. rti. in the Roseville Baptist Church parlors. Mothers of the club members, and any other "interested residents of the Roseville community are being invited. talks and demonstrations will be on the afternoon's program, as well as 23 members of the club participating in a clothing style ihow. Pood products Will also be txhibited. Clothing and foods leaders this Jrcar include Mrs. Frank Adkis- Sson, Mrs. Marion Rigg, Mrs. George Ault and Mrs. John Baker. Mrs. Clyde Lang is the knitting instructor. Clinic The annual clinic was held on Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Clyde Lang. There were 22 Point Pleasant club members present. Food products were analyzed and suggestions were made for improvements, to be made before the local and county achievement days. Clothing girls modeled their garments, which were evaluated by Mrs. Stuart Mayhew, 4 -H chairman for the Point Pleasant Unit of the Warren County Homemakers Extension Associa* tion, and Mrs. William Gossett, Unit member. After the afternoon 's session Roseville MA fit MAJtii GRAND ROLLER RINK NOW SKATING Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. Nites Sot., Sun. Afternoon East Knox Just Off Grand 1855 East Knox the club held a play time and a picnic on the lawn of the Lang home. Note 81st Birthday James Callow, who will be 81 years old on July 11, was the guest of honor at a dinner on Sunday in the Callow home. The honoree received a number of gifts. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leinbach, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Leinbach, Mrs. Ruth Huff, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beech r all of Stronghurst; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Norwood of Gladstone; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leinbach of Blandinsville and Mrs. Catherine Williams of Galesburg. Joe Callow of Moline, the honoree's brother was unable to attend. Mrs. Ernie Leinbach and Mrs. Kenneth Norwood each made a birthday cake for Mr. Callow. The cakes were featured during the celebration. Class Elects at Picnic Donald Farr of Roseville was elected president of the Sunshine Class of the Roseville Christian Church at the regular meeting Sunday afternoon and evening in DRIVE-IN w jerki Lewis* The H ijItS professor? • - Jew Lewis Producfcrt Ends Tonight BOB HOPE LUCILLE BALL in "FANCY PANTS" ST Exclusive Galesburg Showing OPEN 7:30 - SHOW AT DUSK Children Under 12 FREE STARTS TOMORROW •..for a thousand torrid excitements bom Hawaii to Helloha* J ohn ari ianss Eiixd Gnat/ Stej Ednud Bek« / A Pvsouit iekn PLUS 2nd THRILL HIT SUB vs. SUB - THE GREATEST UNDERSEA PICTURE EVER FILMED M SMARM m JUUU JAMES ROBERTSON MICE-IM Wi * mm* HUB HftUUIIOI •» SllUHt Witt* HftUCHM • * UIWOSKKUA2 Cfapo Park, BtlfHflgtWI, toWfl Other officers also elected includ ed Mrs. Leland Rodgers, vice president; Mrs. Don Chipman secretary and Richard Mings treasurer. The meeting wa opened with devotions. A hamburger fry was held after which the group enjoyed the park amusements. Those present in eluded Mr, and Mrs. Paul Rast and family; Mr. and Mrs. William Gossett and family; Mr. and Mrs Leland Rodgers and family; Mr, and Mrs. Donald Adkisson and family; Mr. and Mrs. Scott Beard and family; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lam and family; Mr. and Mrs Richard Mings and Bobbie; Mr and Mrs. Donald Farr and Don nie; Mr. and Mrs. Don Chipman and Jalaine; Mr. and Mrs Charles Price and Mr. and Mrs Marvin Hawk. Roseville Briefs Victor H. Corman, Lance Corporal with the U. S. Marines at Camp Pendleton, California, has arrived for a 30-day furlough to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs V. R. Corman, and other friends and relatives. Corman expects to be on overseas duty after his return to California. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Monroe entertained 25 members of the board of directors of the McDonough Power Co. and their guests on Sunday, at their cabin beside the Mississippi River. The Monroes hosted the dinner, which was a fish fry. Maj. and Mrs. J. A. Tomlin Jr, and their three sons were week end guests in the William Gossett home. The Tomlin family, friends made in 1959 when the Gossetts were stationed at Offutt Air Force, Base, Omaha, were traveling from New Jersey to March Air Force Base, California. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Farr and son Donnie have moved to Roseville, residing in the Walter White residence on Hall Street. Mr. Farr is associated with the Howard J, Taylor Insurance Agency. He was formerly the vocational agricul hire teacher at Alexis High School. Mrs. Farr is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Corman. Richest Prize AKRON, Ohio (NEA) - First money in the World Series of Golf to be televised from Akron Sept. 7 -8 is the game's richest prize. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Tot carry out sarrlca Call 342-2413 Op«n Dally ai S PM. „ MARTIE'S RESTAURANT 72 S. Cherry St. Re-Opening JULY 15th News Items Of Belmont BELMONT -» Mr. and Mrs. Keith Parsons oi Danville, Iowa, spent Sunday at the Burk home. Mrs. Lee Smith accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waugh of Little York to the Glenn Richardson home at Oneida Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Free and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Free of Keithsburg, visited relatives in and near Marengo, Ind. recently. Mrs. Edward Smith entertained the WSCS officers at a breakfast and local officers training class at her home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rowley and Kathryn called on Mrs. Grace Kellogg Sunday at her home in Washington, Iowa. > Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rowley and Kathryn spent Thursday at the home of their son, Dr. Robert Rowley and family in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Bilious Anderson spent several days the past week with relatives in Chicago, Mrs. Ellen Barquist and the Adam Donnan home at Oak Lawn. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PHILLIPS, SWAGER AND ASSOCIATES, Architects 414 Hamilton Boulevard Peoria, Illinois Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Education, Community Consolidated School District No. 311, Peoria County, Princeville, Illinois, hereinafter known as the Owner, for the construction of a New Elementary School, Peoria County, Princeville, Illinois, until August 2, 1963, at 7:30 P.M., CDST. Bids will be received at the present Elementary School, Princeville, Illinois, after which time the bids will be opened and read aloud in public. Separate bids will be received Or General, Heating, Plumbing and Electrical Work. All bids shall be accompanied by a Certified Check, Bank Draft, or Bid Bond in the amount of five (5%) percent of the bid, made payable to the Owner. Drawings an d specifications | may be obtained at the office of Phillips, Swager and Associates, Architects, 414 •> Hamilton Boule vard, PeOria, Illinois. Plan deposit will be $20.00 per set, returnable within thirty (30) days after receiving bids. Plans will be available after July 15, 1963. BOARD OF EDUCATION Community Consolidated School District No. 311 Peoria County, Princeville, Illinois By: MR. ELMER TESKE, President 7/10; IT HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS ftfMMMP Mrt. David L. Plersott. Kwoxvtllf Mrs. Paul Gilliland, 1216 B. Bertien St Mrs.' James Allttiswofth, 1611 Moshfer Ave. Mrs. C. E. Weir, Abinfdoft. Robert A. Hallberg, 18* N,- Ivan Ave. Mrs. tt. Richard Johnson, 1084 N. Prairie St. Wilbur L. Anders, St. Augustine. Mrs. Henry B. fibbers, Knojc County Nursing Howe. Clyde KlSler, IBS Division St. Leslie H. Everett, 446 E. Sixth St. Paula Boynton, INl S. Seminary St. k Mrs. John Duane, Monmouth. Terry E. Miller, Washington, 111. Jacqueline, Josanna, Jillayne, Patrick Zeltnet, 158 W. North St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Mrs. Harold Allen, Maquon. Paul Kjellander, Abingdon. Mrs. Marcus Knuth, 1710 W. Main St. Mrs. R. Stuart Likely, Alexis. Mrs. A. Roy Melltcan, 282 Maple Ave; Mrs. Robert A. Swanson, Monmouth. Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs. Irene B. Smith, Henderson, Jake Vest, 785 Warren St. Charles W. Briggs, Bushnell. James E. Davis, 1054 E. North St. Bruce W. Williams, DeLong. Gilbert R. Heller, 1582 Beecher Ave. Leo O. Norman, 2171 McMaster St. Mra. Erma C. Holeman, 368 Oak St. Mrs. Basil Gilbert, Monica. Mm. Dorothy Darnell, Dahlnda. Ray A. Westfall, Knoxville. Cleo W. Conard, Monmouth. Scott C. Norris, Galesburg, DISMISSALS TUESDAY Patrick Charles Mooney, 1296 Harrison St. Donald L. Keckler, Toulon. Loren P. May, 494 Clark St. Mrs. Martha L. Biederbeck and baby, 1031 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Doris L. Senner, Rio. Michael L. Dunn, 1246 Grand Ave. Mrs. Christine A. Harpman, 560 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Myrtle I. Carlson, Wataga. Edgar R. Shumaker, London Mills. Herbert A. Young, Knoxville Mrs. Helen M. Henry, 116 Olive St. Mrs. Lora Ann Lucas, Knoxville. Mrs. Erma G. Gorslinc, St. Augustine. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that public hearing will be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall in the City of Galesburg, Illi- ois on Monday, August 5, 1963 at :15 o'clock P.M. on a request for two taxicab permits under Section-! .022 (d) of Taxicab Ordinance No. 63-699. Petitioner is Mr. Charles Lamb. Dated this 8th day. of July, 1963. City Council of the City of Galesburg, Illinois 7/10; IT READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! North Henderson News Briefs NORTH HENDERSON —J. S. Carlson entered Mercer County Hospital at Aledo July 1 and had surgery Tuesday. Larry Carlson stayed several days the past week at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Babcock. at Aledo. Babcock is a patient at the Mercer County Hospital. Mr.- and Mrs. Cletus Robertson, with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson of Shanghai, attended the funeral for Frank Pegg at Milan June 29. Robertson and Peterson were pallbearers. Mr. Pegg was a former neighbor of the couples, and they lived south of North Henderson. Mrs. Lawrence Yung, Frank and' Bernice, visited a weekend in Pinckneyville with relatives. ENDS TONITT Frank Sinatra Laurence Harvey Janet Leigh MApan Candidate ^m^n^A AIR CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE EARL TOMORROW! -and the company she keeps! SlRI$CH COMPANY-EDWARD L ALPERS0N BILLY WILDER'S LEMMON W MacLaiNE IRMa^DOUeE ft rot ONIY— Ko •7 mi «* "JRMA La DOLCE" Will Be Shown Daily At: 1:30 » iM • 9 P.M. TfCHMCOUM* FANAVISION* mm»«mw»mm NO HOLDS BARRED—Big John Wayne and Lee Marvin bailie it out In this scene from John Ford's new Technicolor comedy* adventure, "Donovan's Reef" which opens tomorrow at the Gate*. burg Drive-In Theater for Its first Galesburg showing. The 2nd thrill picture Is "Mystery Submarine" one of the greatest under* sea pictures ever filmed. Fertile Field CINCINNATI (NEA)-Western Hills High School of Cincinnati sent Clyde Vollmer, Herman Wehmeier, Russ Nixon, Dick Drott, Don Zimmer and Eddie Brinkman to the major baseball leagues. Movie Calendar WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, llll . ORPHEUM: "A Gathering of Eagles," 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:35. WEST: "Mutiny On the Bounty," att 1:30; 4:30 arid 8:10 P.M. DRIVE IN: "Fancy Pants," 9:00; "The Nutty Professor," 10:40; on* complete showing nightly. COMFORTAM.Y —' West OPEN 1:15 ME7RO-G0LDWYN-MAYER P HURRY ENDS THURS.I m •i Fletcher Chrlillin TREVOR HOWARD •• Cipliln Blijh HARRIS •I |ohn Mill*" JQL AN URON ROSENBERG PRODUCTION MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY TECHNICOLOR- Ecstasy In the HUGH GRII RICHARD HAYDN mmm •cat IN *1A* •* CHARLES If OERER otdfcif o a*» 1£WIS MILESTONE — - «» caMii notwori «WUMM«WU 8R0N1SLAU mat. SHOWN DAILY AT 1:30 -4 :50 and 8:10 Starts FRIDAY! FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THE SCREEN...THE GLORY THAT WAS GREECE...THE LEGEND THAT WAS JASON! COLUMBIA PICTURES « CHARLES KSCHNORf. Screenplay by Aaoclito Producer JAN READ and BEVERLEY CROSS • RAY HARRYHAUSEN by DON CHAFFEY . A MORNINGSIDE WORLDWIOE HM PLUS-2nd Big Hit!i FRIDAY wm MORNING PU N^A ST GRANDPA HAPPY'S Summertime Pun Show IN PERSON on stage; J OR TOTX, OR ALL . EACH &EVERY DIFFERENT EACH WEEK IM PERSON 6WNDPAUAPW TV STAR OF CWNNEt.4 *OW THE SCREEN•THE. LOST PLANET' CARTOONS „ . 6AIQRE/ * FUSMCAtAER** T0VS,?AS§ES,P0P$QRH •<Mt * ****** MACDONALOT HAMBURGER A^W ROOT BEER-A FREE R\DE AT * GALESBURG AMUSEMENT PARK*** ^ AKIP A FBEE QA*AE OP PUTT-PUTT $OLF W

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