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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 12, 1963
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Galesbur ister-Mail. Galesbur Honored at ^^^^ Swan Creek SWAN CREEK A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Milter to honor their grandson, Larry Newman of California, who Is currently visiting them. Attending the reunion were Mr. Arid Mrs. Leland Pendergrass from Alexis. Mr, and Mrs. Dale Walders and their children from Mr. and Mrs. L. K. and Mrs. Garth and Mrs. Leland fiushnell, White, Mr, White, Mr. White, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hobby and their children, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams and son, all from Lallarpe. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Moon and family of Macomb, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ross and son Michael of Smithshire, Jack Decker of Bardolph, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Schisler of Macomb, and Sharon Shisler of St. Louis were visitors BACKYARD SALE 348 E. THIRD ST. FRI. A SAT. - 8 to ? Kitchen wall sink with fixtures, window frames and screens, children's winter coats ft dresses. Large bird cage and Misc. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Insured — Free Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan 6-2103 \ Gilson, 111. , Galesburg, 111. — 342-6234 Backyard Sale 981 N. HENDERSON SAT., JULY 13—8 16 9 P.M. Clothing, furniture, dishes, wool rugs and Misc. Items. FOR SALE 1957 4 Dr. Ford Fairlane One owner, low mileage. CALL 343-2907. Backyard Sale 1190 BEECHER AVE. SATURDAY. JULY 13 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Clothing, shoes, dishes and Mlie. items. SHARES FOR SALE Ideal Hunting & Fishing Club 50 MEMBERS Between Lorn ax & Dallas City. 111., on Blacktop Road. GOOD FISHING and HUNTING OPEN YEAR AROUND Contact: V. B. LASWELL, Pres. Jefferson St.—balesburg. Phone 342-5746 Meets FEDERAL and STATE HIGHWAY SPECIFICATIONS We have on hand a large supply of Galvanized Corrugated Culverts by Wheeling. 1000 Monmouth Blvd. Galesburg, III. 342-2813 at the home of Ben Hlltar tirf his daughter Gallia. Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Munson visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groff in Lsvvistown* Sunday, Mrs. Jeff Keller, formerly of Swan Creek, visited Mends in Swan Creek Monday. She cur* rently resided in Monmouth, Cathern Quigley of Rosevllld is visiting her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, Francis Quigley, this week, Mr. and Mrs. Dyson Balnter of Macomb visited Mrs. Rollie Anderson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sampson and Louise Hcikes visited John Ko- conoloupis in the St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Vajl and their daughter Lana Kay spent July 4 in their cabin on the Mississippi River near Dallas City. Helen and Ossie Baldwin and the Wilber Schisler family were their guests. Prleb Eight Races Wilmington, Del. (NEA)-Dcla- ware Park is one of the few remaining major running horse tracks in the United States to hold steadfast to eight-race programs. LARGE Backyard Sale 1195 E. MAIN SATURDAY, JULY 13 9 O'clock FOR SALE 962 COMPACT CAR Like New-$1100 1218 E. BROOKS AKC PEKINGESE PUPPIES Alio Older Dogs lor Peti. STUD SERVICE UTZINGER PEKINGESE KENNELS Phone 289-8984 ~ Knoxville OftDINANCI NO* 2*1 ANNUAl lUDOIf AND APPROPRIATION OftDINANCI OP INI OALISIURO SANITARY DISTRICT, LOCATID IN TMI COUNTY OP KNOX AND STATI OP IIINOIS, POR TNI PIIGAL YIAR SIOINNINO MAY t, AD. It63, AND INDINO APRIL 30, AD. 1t64. WH&tUSAS, there has been prepared In tentative form an Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for fhe Galesburg Sanitary District, located In the County of Knox and Stale of Illinois, and the Clerk of said The Galesburg Sanitary District has made said tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance conveniently available to public inspection for at least thirty days prior to final action thereon; and, WHEREAS, a Public Hearing was held as to such Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance on the 9th day of July, A. D. 1963, notice of which hearing was given at least thirty days prior thereto by publication in the Galesburg Register-Mail, a newspaper published In this, The Galesburg Sanitary District, and all other legal requirements have been complied with; NOW, THEREFORE, Be It Ordained by the Board of Trustees of The Galesburg Sanitary District, located in the County of Knox and State of Illinois, as follows: SECTION 1. That the fiscal year of this, The Galesburg Sanitary District, be and the same hereby is declared to bd from May 1, A. D. 1963, to April 30, A. D. 1964, both inclusive. SECTION. 2. That the following budget, containing in Part I an estimate of receipts and containing in Part II an estimate of expenditures, be and the same is hereby adopted as the budget of this, The Galesburg Sanitary District, for the said fiscal year and shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication in accordance with the law: PART I. ESTIMATED RECEIPTS: 1. Cash in Bank on May 1, A. D. 1963 $ 73,548.40 2. To be received from taxes for year 1962 and in prior years 150,994.80 3. Rent of real estate used for filling station 4. State of Illinois for Galesburg State Research Hospital 3,600.00 5. Sewer connection permits and inspection fees 500.00 6. Galesburg Inns, Inc., under contract dated May 3, 1963 4,700.00 7. Money to be borrowed by sale of Tax Anticipation Warrants on A. D. 1963 levy 107,064.00 i 1,500.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS $341,907,20 PART 11. ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES (constituting the appropriations for the fiscal year begininng May 1, A. D. 1963, and ending April 30, A. D. 1964, as provided in Section 3 of this Ordinance); 1. Trustees' salaries $ 2, Treasurer's salary 1,600.00 500.00 3. Employees 1 wages 80.000.00 4. Attorneys' fees 4,000.00 5. Premiums on surety bonds of Treasurer and Trustees 1,200.00 GARAGE SALE SATURDAY, JULY 13 409 W. NORTH ST. (Clark St. entranc*) 9to 2 Car window coolars, car car rieri. clothing, toyi, MUc. FOR RENT NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDING 18x36. Gas heat* 220 wiring. Zoned C-2. 122 S. WHITESBORO Phone 343-4402 6. Insurance - 5,500.00 7. Office equipment and supplies 800.00 8. Telephone —. 400.00 9. Materials and supplies 4,000.00 A 150.00 600.00 10. Auditing w 11. Publishing and printing 12. Engineering services 10,000.00 13. Transportation and travel 806.00 DOROTHY WMITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address! 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 Abingdon Chapter of OES Conducts Memorial Rites i ABINGDON—Abingdon Chapter of Order of Eastern Star Tuesday evening conducted a memorial service in honor of Mrs. Lena Marks and sympathy from the chapter was extended the family. Mrs. Betty Way announced a backyard sale Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. and ail members were Transportation Departure* Effective April tt ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME SttffllagfM, Eft*!bound 8 ratt Mail 3 .OS ft. m 30 AkSarBeit . — ft:65 a. m 10 Denvtr Zephyr • 7:M a. tn 2 Local 8:50 ft. m 18 California Zephyr _12:31 p. m 12 Nebraska Zephyr _7:M p. tn Burlington, watt bound 8 to Omaha, Lincoln —1:48 ft. m 85 to Kansai City 7 to Denver — 85 to Kansas City 11 to Omaha, Lincoln 17 to California 1 to Denver Santa Fe, Cast bound 20 Chiel _r TL" A ' 4n a. tn 16 Texas Chief r ft. m 18 Super Chief- El Cap!tan* M » :10 ft. tn 2 S.F. Chi if* . ft. m 124 Grand Canyon -—..-2:20 p. m 12 Chicat, an 6:50 p Santa Fa, Westbound reminded to take articles for sale. Five grand chapter committee members and two past worthy matrons were escorted and introduced. Mrs. ftita Lawson served as associate matron pro tern. Mrs. Betty Alexander was invited to approach the East when Louise Lundstrom, Mrs. 1:65 ft. tn 55 ft. tn 3:00 p. m 3:10 p. tn 6:32 p. tn 8:22 O. m .2:35 ft. m .12:55 p. m. _3:20 p. m .7:05 p. m .0:55 p. m .10:25 p. m. 9 K. C. Chief . 19 Chief - . 123 Grand Canyon 1 SS Chief* ... lr Texas Chief 17 Super Chief- El Capltan* Flagstop Osark, Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago' .8:53 a. m, 64 to Chicago* 4:45 p. m. Ozark, Southbound 141 to St. Louis •• 12:28 p, m. •—Except Sunday •'—Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast 6:55 ft. m. To West Coast s - i ^ p. nv lo West Coast 9:45 p. m Eaalbound To East Coast ...12:01 p, m. To East Coast . 8:00 p. m. Southbound To St Louis , ..10:00 ft. m. Northbound To Davenport — Q ^o p. m. To Peo <a _ i-i* p. m. To Peoria - »'M o. ,m. 112.50 14. Dues for memberships in Illinois Association of Sanitary Districts 15. Operation and repair of motor vehicles 2,500.00 16. Maintenance and repair of Treatment Plants 10 : 000.00 17. Maintenance and repair of Pumping Station 700.00 18. Purchase of electrical energy 6,000.00 19. Maintenance and repair of sewers and channels,. 78,500.00 20. Maintenance, repair and heating of Warehouse, garage and office 2, 000.00 21. Construction of sewers 54,200.00 GARAGE SALE 808 LOCUST SAT., JULY Clothing, dishes, books and misc. 22. Purchase of liquefied petroleum gas 2,000.00 23. Construction and installation of sludge recirculating and heating facilities, with accessory equipment.. 65,000.00 24. Payment of municipality contributions to Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund 8,750.00 25. Contingencies 2,500.00 Retu rn to Berivick worthy matron, on behalf of the chapter, expressed regret for loss of the Alexander family from the community, to which Mrs. Alexander responded. Mrs. Erma Potts presented a gift to Mrs, Alexander on behalf of the chapter. Birthday Noted Mrs. Potts contributed to the birthday bank and was honored with the birthday song. Mrs. Lundstrom thanked the pro tern officers and refreshment committee and called upon Jerome Lawson, who spoke briefly. Mrs. Way will serve as conductress at Macomb friends night July 15. Mrs. Lundstrom will serve as organist at Blandinsville worthy matron and patron night July 13. Mrs. Lundstrom and Mrs. Evelyn Stegall will sing at Nonpareil advance night, July 16. Mrs. Eileen Voorhees will serve as associate conductress Knoxville friends night, July 15. Refreshments were served in the dining room by Miss Urith Atkins, Mrs. Margaret Atkins and Mrs. Vera Norval. MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hetifs, 7 *9 a .m. 4*6 p.m. J1 Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 280*0173 Board of Education Acts On Teaching Staff Changes Abingdon News Notes BERWICK - Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Bracken Busy Bees 4-H Club liam Miller have returned home in Abingdon City Park Monday at after spending last week visiting 7: , 3 ° P- m - wil1 bre h ° sted bv the relatives at Milwaukee and Keno- C1 i fford . Pence famil . v - sha, Wis. and at Rockford and Marengo. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Adwell and children and Mr. and Mrs. Norris Meachum attended the Morss reunion held at Macomb Members were asked to take sandwiches or cookies. The Christian Church Kum Dubble Class will convene is Abingdon City Park on Main Street Monday at 7:30 p.m. when contest losers will host winners. Sunday. Total Estimated Expenditures and Appropriations $341,812.50 spending her vacation with her The entire family will be welcome and all members are being Edith Mahoney of Galesburg is | urge d to attend. Mrs. Harris Beer in her home NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE 383 Marmac Dr., Lincolnshire FRI., July 12 — SAT., July 13 8 to ?? Furniiura, ioyg, clothing, bicycle*, a swing i«t and Misc. Estimated cash expected to be on hand at the end of such year $ 94.70 SECTION 3. That there is hereby appropriated for the use of this, The Galesburg Sanitary District, for the said fiscal year the total sum of Three Hundred Forty-one Thousand, Eight Hundred Twelve and 50/100 Dollars ($341,812.50), such total sum being divided amongst the several objects and purposes specified and enumerated and in the particular amounts stated for each object and purpose respectively in Part II of Section 2 above, and said statement in ed home Sunday after spending Section 2 hereof, entitled mother, Mrs. Aletha Mahoney. Thursday assisted by Mrs. Annis Mr. and Mrs. Holland Chellew Day entertained about 20 wom- were weekend guests of their son- en a t a coffee honoring Mrs. Ella in-law and daughter, Mr. and Reeder, Hammond, Ind.; Sam Tolley, Sebring, Fla., Mrs. Mae Rork, Citrus Heights, Calif. Mrs. Leroy Smyers. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Eaton and Mrs. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCann and Theresa retu/n- "Part II, Estimated Expenditures (con- p I - £ | | stituting the appropriations for the fiscal year beginning May 1, DCICkyarCl bale | A. D. 1963, and ending April 30, A. D. 1964, as provided in Section 3 of this Ordinance)," is hereby incorporated by reference as part of this Section 3, with the same effect as if said statement was several days visiting relatives at Mrs. Richard Reiner, Arriving Saturday Beach, Calif., will be Mr. who will from Long and FRIDAY & SATURDAY Fayette, Iowa.. Mr. and Mrs. Don Schroeder, Margery, Gail and Dean of Maynard, Iowa, visited at the Leroy spend the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Arinis Day and visit other relatives here. Mrs. Reiner is the former Sally Shafer. 477 EAST NORTH 8:00 A.M. to ??? Women's clothes, sizes 9, 12, 16, 18 & 20. Winter coats, children's and baby clothes, odds & ends* Lamp's. New braid rug, 5 by 6. Offer a price. repeated in its entirety; and that this Secion 3 shall be and is the ] Hull home Sunday and Monday, annual appropriation ordinance of this, The Galesburg Sanitary District, passed by the Board of Trustees thereof as required by law, and shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication in accordance with the law. Judy Jones of Moline spent sev- Abillgtlon Churches eral days this past week with her grandparents, Claire Walker. Mr. and Mrs. WANTED PERSONNEL FOR MEDICAL CLINIC (1) Office Nurse (2) X-Ray Technician Regular hours, good with hospital and medical benefits. WRITE BOX *35 CARE REGISTER-MAIL Passed by the Board of Trustees of The Galesburg Sanitary District and approved this 9th day of July, A. D. 1963. J. CARL HART, President of the Board of Trustees of The Galesburg Sanitary District (Corporate Seal of The Galesburg Sanitary District) ATTEST: W. HARLAN LITTLE Clerk of the Board of Trustees of The Galesburg Sanitary District STATE OF ILLINOIS ) COUNTY OF KNOX )ss. ) I, W, HARLAN LITTLE, Clerk of the Board of Trustees of The Galesburg Sanitary District, in the County and State aforesaid, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance is a true and correct copy of an Ordinance duly passed by the Board of Trustees of the said Sanitary District and duly approved and signed, all as above Susan Parkins has returned home from St. Mary's Hospital, where she was a patient the pust week and is reported to be getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dcener and family of Mason City, spent the Fourth with Mrs. Deener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, L, Newell. Mrs. Bob Tucker and family of Galesburg; Mrs, Robert Kepple and family of Roseville were Monday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton. News Notes stated; that the original, of which the foregoing is a true and correct J f\V T ^lllSiVillfc 0 copy, is entrusted to me as Clerk of said Board of Trustees for my safekeeping, and I am the lawful keeper and custodian of the same; that this publication was made by order of said Board of Trustees. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Corporate Seal of The Galesburg Sanitary District this 10th day of July, A. D. 1963. W. HARLAN LITTLE Clerk of the Board of Trustees of The Galesburg Sanitary District 8-12; It Maquon Society Tells Donations I Methodist Girls School $5. ningham Children 's Home $5, Southern Asia $3, and Malaya MAQUON Twelve members The local training school for the were present Monday at the new officers of the society will meeting of the Woman's Society held JuJ y 24 at 2 p.m. of Christian Service when they met at the church. Mrs. Geneva Thurman, spiritual life secretary, gave the worship service and Mrs. Dorothy Smith the program on -What Shall We Tell Our Children About Race." Askings received for the society were Paine College $5, Cuiv The society will serve a supper for the Maquon homecoming celebration Sept. 21. Mrs. Laura Wilmot will have charge of the nursery in July. Mrs. Marian Wilson will be in charge in August. READ THE WANT ADS1 ELLISVILLE — Joel Rutledge visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hensley of Forest City the past week. Miss Peggy Chesterfield of West Chicago is spending a few weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Roelle Jr. Miss Roberta White of Marietta was an overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Jtoelle Jr. Saturday. Spending Sunday at New Salem State Park were Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Roelle Jr. and Terry, and Peggy Chesterfield and Roberta White. Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sorrells and Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Roelle Jr. and Terry were recent dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Vilasco Sorrells L \ of St. Augustine were Thursday I visitors in the home of Mr. and Arrange Services Pastors of churches in Abingdon have announced Sunday service schedules and other church functions for the week ahead. r They are: First Christian — Church school 9:45 a.m. Worship and communion 10:50 a.m. Sermon, "Distractions to Discipleship" Thursday 6:30 p.m., Cum-B-Onc class picnic and meeting at the City Playground. Take covered dish and table service. Meat, dessert and drink will be furnished. First Methodist — Samuelson, minister, school at 9:30 a.m. 10:45 a.m. meeting of the commission on missions, the commission on education and the WSCS at 8 p.m. for planning of school of missions. First Congregational—John M. Buran, minister. Church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Ser- j mon, "What Does It Matter': Farewell reception for the Thurs-: ton Alexander. Clark Sells and Bill Wricht families Monday, the Francis W. Sunday Worship at combined KNOXVILLE - Changes in the teaching staff were acted upon earlier this week at a Board of Education meeting, the last session until early August. Employment of three teachers took place with Miss Kay Ann Young of Carlinville to leach freshman English, Michael Rankin, Pekin, an instructor in industrial arts and Mrs. Phyllis Under, Cameron, as an elementary teacher. The resignation of Maynard Lculkchans, Junior High School teacher in social studies was accepted and Mrs. Gloria White, elementary music supervisor, was granted a year of leave. Two teaching posts in the senior high school and the selection of an elementary school principal are yet to be filled. Woodwards Arc Hosts The July meeting of the Union 4-H Club was held at Union Center with the Woodward family as hosts. A demonstration contest was held with all members participating as follows; Sharon Cooley, "Mounting an Insect;*' Keith Cooley, "Safe Handling of Knives and Axes;" Nancy Cooley, "Belt Braiding;" Gene Fields, "Horn Fly Control for Beef Cattle;" Sharyn Hedbloom, "First Aid for Electric Shock;" Ronnie and Richard Neal, "Kinds and Uses of Nails;" also Sharon Woodward, "Types of Identifications for Dairy Herds," and Merwyn Stevens "How to Make a Portable Grain Ladder." The evening was climaxed with a demonstration in a lighter vein given by Mike Woodward and entitled "How to Make People Laugh." Gene Fields is representing the club at the county contest today with Sharyn Hedbloom as alternate. The Neal brothers received an A rating. Charles Orcutt served as judge with Mrs. Orcutt as a guest. The next meeting will be held Aug. 1 with the Cooley family as hosts, it was announced. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Family Returns Mrs. James Philblad, son Stephen, of Washington, D. C, and her mother, Mrs. Mildred Hunt, have arrived for a visit with relatives in Knoxville. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hunt's two sisters, Miss Herma Wyman and Mrs. Mary Cork of Chicago. Mrs. Norma Lee Randall and Harold Miller will arrive in Knoxville next week from Arizona. Mrs. Miller and daughter arrived earlier. Mrs. Hunt plans on a family dinner next week at which time all of her children will be present. A soh-in-Iaw, James Phil­ blad, in service in Washington, D. C, will be unable to be present. Faculty Picnic Knoxville High School faculty wives and their families will meet with a potluck picnic at the bandstand in Lincoln Park Monday at 6:30 p.m. Prepare for Show The July meeting of the Appleton Pioneer 4-H Club was held Monday night at the Robert Gus- taf.son home. During the meeting each member signed entry cards for 4-H Show to be held Aug. 6 Feed Box," and Marcia Stinger on "How to Apply a Splint." Refreshments were served by' Mrs. Gustafson. On the previous Sunday a picnic dinner was held at Maxey Chapel for members and (heir families, after which a tour of the Individu*' al projects was taken. The day concluded with a watermelon bust at the Robert Asbury' home. Briefs Miss Mary Bailey Is spending six weeks as unit leader at Camp Medill McCormick, Rockford area Girl Scout camp. Mrs. Thomas Pennington has returned from the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. • Roy Ostrom, in assisting in the care of a new granddaughter, Tami Kay. The Ostroms also have a daughter, Renee. Mrs. Ostrom is the former Colleen Pennington., Christian Church Arvid Oleson, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. Divine worship 11 * a.m. Sermon topic "Our Two Calls." Chi Rho and CYF 7 p.m. Bible study Wednesday 7 p.m. followed by choir practice at 8 p.m. Methodist Church 1 Miles Jackson, pastor. Sunday, is the beginning of two services^ 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sermon topic "The True Spirit." Sunday: school 9:30 a.m. Building commit-, tee meets at the church Monday t 7:30 p.m. ' Lutheran Church Arne E. Peterson, pastor. Confirmation Saturday 10 a.m. Sun-., day school 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Rebecca Unit of G.L.C.W. at the home of Mrs.'. Donald Benson Thursday p.m. Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall, Ralph Anderson^' Galesburg, speaker. Topic "What, Hope for Lasting Peace." 2:30 p. i m. Watchtown study 3:45 p.m.' Gilson Church Gilson Community Church, Rev. Thelma Case of Cameron will deliver the message at 9 a.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. Presbyterian Church Howard Bailey, pastor. Church school 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sermon, "The True? Spirit" by Rev. Miles Jackson of' the Methodist Church. Vocal solo 1 Mrs. Harold Liston. Presbytery of Monmouth meeting at Coal Valley Church Tuesday 4 p.m. Circle I meet at the church Wednesday at 1:30 p .m. with' Mrs. H. D. Smith hostess. Fi-» nance and stewardship commit* tee meet Wednesday 8 p .m. Rev. Howard Bailey left for 15-day tour of active duty as chaplain at Chanute Field, Rantoul. He holds the rank of lieu* F tenant Colonel. at 2 h t Sold Land Claims Texas, under the Compromise of 1850, sold its claims to lands that now make up one-half of New Mexico and parts of Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Wy* oming, at a price of $10 million. and 7. Talks Reitz were given "How 4-H by Club Terry Work Illinois Patrick on Developed in Kennedy on "Fly Control," Lorraine O'Brien "Correct Care and Respect of the Flag," and John Kennedy on "How to Disinfect Your Buildings." by The faces of all paper currency now in circulation are printed with black ink. Tho backs are printed with green. *iti ' Demonstrations were given Tom O'Brien on "How to Make a Simple Garden Tool." Debbie; Cook on "How to Make a Calf I RUBY'S Beauty Salon WEST SIDE EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE THURSDAY EVENINGS STARTING PHONE 289*9310 Wright families following ; worship 11:45 a.m. July 20 ice! cream social in church basement | 5 to 9 p.m. sponsored by Amitie i class. ' The Crusaders Sunday School Class of the Abingdon Methodist ; Church will have its family picnic ! in the Abingdon City Playground ! Sunday at 5:30 p. m. The com-j mittee will furnish drink and ! E dessert. Sacred Heart Catholic Church ICE Mrs. Charles M. Roelle Jr. i l Sunday July 14 YARD *nd BAKE SALE 107 N. AUSTIN ABINGDON SAT., JULY 13 UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH LA DIE 3 AUXILIARY 5 to 9 P .M. Barbecuti, hot dog*, chicktn lolad land* wiches, baktd bmns, cole slaw, pit, coke and ice cream will be on fait.

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