Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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Office Work In Summer Is Pleasant Job »y HAL mt \M NBW YOKK f At>>—In summer th* average business office bei&mm a kind of refuge for the talking' wounded. People go gladly to work theh because It is the only place they know where they can enjoy air- conditioned safety—and escape the dangers of home and'leisure. Weekends are; the worst 6f all. The results show Up on Monday, when most swivel chairs are unmanned because their usualoccu* pants throng the company doctor's office. * Mete are a few typical summer casualties and their tales of woe: "Doc," says the personnel manager, handing him a small BIO 10 LIQUOR BUYS! Barclay's BOURBON »*2.98 Corby's RESERVE «*3-19 EARLY TIMES 5th $0 00 1 ECH0 0*70 | SPRINGS M *3.98 Flcischmann's YOUR CHOICE Flcischmann's GIN SCOTCH Vodka $498 5th £ Black A White White Horse $C19 Teachers Sth «7 $999 BLUE RIBBON CASE OF 357-oz. Btls. Pabst Blue Ribbon 6 Returns 88' package, "f doastl while cutting the grass and foil off my power mower, and the darned thing ran over me, from head to foot. "1 think my hair will grow back all right, but what about my right big toe? Do you think it 's too late to sew it back oh?" ' The office boy walks in like a bowlegged cowboy. "Spent the weekend racing my motor bike," he tells the medic. "What's good for saddle sores?" Sally Primrose, the secretary, went on a picnic—and now she has red-rimmed, weeping eyes and can't stop sneezing. "All I did—kerchoo!!!—was to bend down and smell a wildflow- cr," she explains, "nnrl now I've got—kerchoo!!!—this terrible at- inr-k of ii.-'v fever. What, can you do for me?" "Gesundheit!" says the doctor helpfully. The line of sufferers snaps to attention as the boss, shamefaced, enters with a "heavily bandaged right hand. Their ears go up as they hear him bark behind the doctor's closed door: "I hit the ball off the third tec, and it landed in the rough. Just between us, Doc, 1 reached down to toss it to a better lie—we were playing for two bucks a hole—and I guess that's when I picked up this poison ivy. But don 't let those jerks outside know what happened or I'll never hear the last of it." Prairie City Ckm of 1938 Holds Reunion at Bmhnell PRAIRIE CITY—The class of 1938 of the Prairie City High School held its first reunion in 25 years, Sunday at the Veterans Park in Bushnell. A basket dinner was served at 12:30 in the shelter house. In the class of 15, nine girls and six boys were graduated that year. There has been only one' Blatz No Returns Pabst Blue Ribbon 12. 5 1.79 Grain Belt 12c.J1.69 Burgemeister 12ca„ s *l;69 Meister Brau % Gal. Draft 75' BOTTLE BEER BUY! PABST BLUE RIBBON MEISTER BRAU BLATZ FALSTAFF STAG GRAIN BELT YOUR CHOICE CASE OF 24-12-oz. Bottles BIC 10 LIQUOR STORE 10 WEST MAIN STREET PHONE Dl 2-2015 Center Prairie CENTER PRAIRIE — The WSCS will meet Thursday afternoon at the church. Hostess is Mrs. Lester Johnson. Mrs. Paul Mustain has returned from California, where she spent a few weeks. She came to Chicago by jet plane and her husband and granddaughter met her there at an airport. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gill of Lacon, spent Sunday at the home of Mr., and Mrs. Carl E. Carlson. Mr. and Mrs, Milo Moline and family of Lacon, spent Friday at the Wallace Elburg home. A large crowd attended the reception and church services Sunday at the church. Church .service next Sunday is at 8:45 a.m. and Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., Pastor Phillip Snider announced Howard Naslund of Bloomington, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ella Naslund. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson and Violet, and Egon Nelson of Galesburg, were dinner guests July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson. Mrs. Roy Ostrom and infant daughter, Tami Kay, have returned home from Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Mark Robertson, Cheryl and Gary of Wilmington, were dinner guests Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson. death, Mrs. Betty Arter Heap Eight 6f the class wer"e present with their families to reminisce of their school experiences. One teacher, Miss Velma Denny, Galesburg, was present and met some of her former pupils for the first time since their graduation. Mrs. Dofis Emory Crowl and Mrs. Cleona Woods Chase began to make the plans for the reunion early in the year and contacted all members of the class hoping they might be able to attend. All responded in some way by letters and telephone calls. Keith Utsinger, Albuquerque, N. M., called Friday night to say he had just returned home from an assignment and would be unable to make the date. He is a photogr/apher with the National Geographic magazine and had been in Mexico working for the magazine. From California A letter was read from Martin Raymond of 13091 Deodar St., Santa Ana, Calif., expressing his regrets at not bemg able to come at this time and telling of his family and happenings through the years since graduation. He is an electrician. Mrs. Betty Sabin Keiffer, 600 LeRoy Road, Syracuse 12, N. Y., sent her regrets at not being able to come at this time. Kerner Faces Huge Task to Study Bills E. Waverly, Tucson, Ariz., in her letter, told of her experiences during the 25 years. She had accompanied her husband during his 20 years in the service to Germany and England. One daughter was born in Germany and another in England. All the letters contained something from the writers that couldn't be expressed in words. One of the class, Robert Kruzan, Madison, N. J., failed to write. A letter was read from Dr. Waller F. Robinson, Gary, Ind., in which he gave a resume of his life during the past 25 years. Robinson was the superintendent of the Prairie City High School in 1938, ending Jiis teaching career later that year j» study to become a doctor at the age of 34. . Called to Service Following his graduation from medical college, he served internship at various hospitals and was called into the service and was located in England for some time. Just before his. graduation, he married and they have two daughters, one in her first year of college. Dr. Robinson is a surgeon at Gary. At the present time, he is one of 21 doctors who are building a $2 million clinic at Gary. Pictures were taken during the afternoon and a circulating letter By BRUCE B. BAKKfi I SPRINGFIELD (UP1) - The) men who wrote the Illinois Con4 slitution evidently were not anticipating a time when the General Assembly would pass 1,596 bills. The constitution requires the governor to act upon all bills within 10 days after passage. Since each bill must be carefully studied and weighed by the governor's staff, it would be almost impossible to clean up a load of more than a thousand bills within 10 days after the end of the session, excluding Sundays. But the legislative nrocess provides a handy loophole. After each bill is passed, it must go to a committee on enrolling, transcribing and engraving. T li e bill is retyped in smooth form. All amendments are included in their propci- order and all deletions are left out. By long-standing agreement, the bills remain with the committee until the governor calls for them. Since the committee is technically a legislative body, the governor'* lo-day deadline does not start ufi* til he actually receives the bills, Presently, the governor's office is taking about.40 bills a day from the committee. Kerner makes it a practice to either sign of veto all bills—irt two terms he has not let a single measure become law by refusing to act on it. More than half the bills passed in the 73rd General Assembly still have not been acted upon by the governor. Administrative Assistant William Chamberlain estimat- Mrs. Eloise Yeast Morgan, 4165 was prepared, with each one con­ tributing a portion to be sent to those who could not be present. Another reunion in the future was talked, perhaps in five years. Those who were present with their wives and husbands and families were: Mrs. Doris Emory Crowl, Bushnell; Gordon Geer, near Avon; Mi's. Lucille Copeland Pilcher, 186 Division St., Galesburg; Mrs. Virginia Harding Winter, Roseville; Mrs. Mary Taylor Livermore, Roseville; Harold Wolf, near Macomb, and Mrs. Cleona Woods Chase and Wilfred Chase, class members to marry, Avon. Mrs. Nina Wilson Arnold, Prairie City, was not present. ed that it will take until el August before all the measures will He handled..' < ) tn iflei, the governor did not clear up* the bills until during the state fair^midway in August, CARROLL'S fOR COIN COUECTOHS DO YOU HAVE A . SICK fOR ONLY FAST SERVICE THIS INCLUDES: ST-10 340 • CLEANINQ • OILINB • MAINSPRINO • REflULATINfl ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 1 YEAR Chronographs and Automatic* lxc*pttd FRANK JEWELERS 241 East Main Street Galesburg, III SAVE F ' I Some cars do this on curves ...but Tempest has Wide-Track. L . ... .. Wheels that are farther apart help keep Tempests from leaning all over the place, help them unkink curves. Tired of wallowing |5^g^g||||| and sloshing about? Try our brand. v '""" v ' v ' Wide-Track Pontiac Tempest SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR A WIDE CHOICL OF WIDE-TRACKS AND GOOD USED CARS, TOO, INMAN MOTORS, INC. 172 5. PRAIRIE ST. 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