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p * ^ ^ • i«• & J.- WEST LOS ANGELES, Calif. (UPI) Mines Frauds Cardinal Mcifttyr* today celebrated a fa. norai mass at St. Martin of Tours Roman Catholic Church for Dr, Herbert ft Kalmus/ pioneer in the development of technicolor, kalmus, president or Technical- Motion Picture or 1915-62, heart attack died at Corp. Thursday the age of 81. from of. a JUN FWtTA CHICAGO (UPI) - Jun Fujita, 75, Japanese born newspaper photographer who covered the St. Valentine's Day massacre and the capsizing of the steamer Eastland in Which 812 lives were lost, died Friday after a long illness. ADM, KAORU UMETANI MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) - Fu- ncral services were held Friday night for Adm. Kaoru Umetani, 66, one of Japan's first pilots and a carrier commander during World War IL Damcwood, Leroy Lante, all grandsons, and son-in-law, Mclvln Thomas. Mr. Hughes dted Sunday at Mercer County Hospital In Aledo. ItALQON E. PARKER NEW WINDSOR - Funeral services for Haldon E. Parker, 73, former New Windsor resident, who died Friday at 7:30 a.m. at his home in Glasford, will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Peterson- Wallin-Knox Funeral Home in Alpha. Rev. Gerald Nichols of the Methodist Church in Alpha will officiate. Set Services Vor G* A. Clague Of LaFayette GALVA Funeral services for George A. Clague, m, prominent LaFayette resident, who died Thursday at Peoria Methodist Hospital, Will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the LaFayette Methodist Church, Rev. John Clarke of Knoxville and Rev. Forrest Risberg of LaFayette will •officiate. Burial will be in Ever* green nee. Memory Gardens, ^Kewa* Friends may call at the John* son-Gill-Schuster Chapel in Galva Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. Mr. Clague had for many years been president of Skokie Citizens Don't Give Hoot About Jubilee SKORtE, 111. (AP)-Two week end Diamond Jubilee events have been called off In Skokie—which calls itself the world's largest village—because it couldn't collect a crowd from Carpentier Ga lesbu rg Regi ate r-Ma i I, Go fesbur< among its (ld60 census) residents. L Myron Greisdorf, the village president, said Friday he' believes it was a mistake to have scheduled 75th anniversary events at tliis time. "Everyone's away pn he said. With Congressmen 59,364 | WASHINGTON (AP) - Charles F\ Carpentier, Illinois secretary of state, had lunch with Republican congressmen from his state and discussed his candidacy for governor Friday. Carpentier expects to announce his candidacy formally Aug. 4 in East Molinc, III. Burial will Alpha be In New the MISS MABEL M. BRANNAN MONMOUTH Windsor Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. Mr. Parker was born Sept. 29, 1889, at New Windsor. He was married to Lillie Maria Larson ?A Rock Island Oct. 19,1910. She diqd Jan. 28, 1947. He farmed north of New Windsor, later lived in Arkansas 10 years and served as a prison guard at Pontiac 15 years. He moved to Glasford two years ago. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Charles Michael, and one grandson, both of Glasford. A brother and a sister LaFayette Telephone Co., and a member of the board of directors at the LaFayette Farmers Elevator. He was born vacation," Cancellation of a folksong jamboree and an appearance "by entertainer Shelley Berman werel^"ute luncheon He told newsmen after a prompted by lack of community interest, he said. Both events are being scheduled later. 90- that on the was Isle of Aug. 12, 1873, on Man, England, and came to America in 1889 with his sister. He was married to the former Louise Elizabeth Warn* back at the Lutheran Parsonage of Cullom Oct. 14, 1894, and they resided there until 1913, when they moved to Monaville farm at LaFayette. He was a member of the La- Zoo Kills Bear But Reason Is Not Explained (AP) MEMPHIS, Tenn. pound grizzly blasts from two ma A 1,000 killed bear was preceded Requiem Mass for Miss Mabel M. Brannan, 59, I him in death, of 207 W. Broadway, who died Wednesday at Monmouth Hospi-1 MRS. HATTIE M. STANTON tal, .was celebrated at 9:30 this Fayette superintendent school Methodist of Church the and chine when Sunday 14 years. Surviving are the widow; two KNOXVILLE Funeral serv- morning at Immaculate Conception Church by Rev. Harold Prendergast. Pallbearers were John J. Kritzer, Kenneth Critser, Scott Klukos, David Hallam, William Wells and Honshelly Gossey. Burial Was in St. Mary's Cemetery, / RAY D. LAWRENCE ALEXIS — Funeral services for Ray D. Lawrence, 72, of Alexia, who died Tuesday, at 2:30 Thursday Alexis United were at held the Church. p.m. Presbyterian Rev. E. L, Castrodale ices for Mrs, flattie M. Stanton, 76, of Knoxville Route 1, who died Thursday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Klinck Chapel at Knoxville. Rev. Hampton White of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church officiated. Gordon Powl- litt was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke, organist. Burial was in Pleasant View Cemetery at Kewanee. Pallbearers, were William Keely, Milo Richmond, Robert Larson, Myron Lucas, James Blew and George Schwarz. daughters, Mrs. Edith L. Skinner of Galesburg and Mrs. Mildred C McKinley of West Jersey; son Harry W. of LaFayette; several grandchildren, great- grandchildren and great-great­ grandchildren; a half-sister, Mrs. Herbert (Margaret) Cowley of Galva, and a half-brother, Thomas Clague of Spencer, Iowa. Preceding him in death were a son, three brothers and two sisters. by guns, rifles artd shotguns he cras.hed, growling, through a plywood barrier set up after the animal dug through his sprayed concrete enclosure. The huge beast roamed the tear gas filled service tunnel behind the bear caves for almost five hours as zoo keepers and police tried to coax him back Friday. Emergency squad Capt. Evans said the bear finally after being hit by more than bullets. meeting "we kicked around the fat politics in Illinois." Asked what he thought of Percy cussed, Carpentier replied: 'Td be silly not to admit it but no formal announcement was made and there were no commitments on the part of anyone for obvious reasons." One candidate, Charles Percy, a Chicago business executive, already has announced that he will seek the GOP nomination for governor in the April 1964 primary. Asked what he tought of Percy as a primary election opponent, Carpentier answered: Percy/'Ablc" "No comment for the simple reason that Mr. Percy, so far as I know, and I don't know him L Classified Advertising r LOCAL CASH RATE Effective April 1, 1053 Word* 7-dayt 4-day* l*day 1-20 | 3,36 [ 2.34 | 1.30 ^ 21-25 | 3.92 I 2.60 I 1.43 I 4,84 | 2.58 UND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 60c Card of Thanks *\ i -ineh oi In Memonamfl L j esa Lodge Notice* ) $2.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. very well, is a very ame young man in the Republican party and the party needs men of his ability. As to his own outlook in the primary, Carpentier said, "You should announce in sufficient time so your friends won't get embroiled in commitments. He said he was "never more optimistic'' about Republican chances in Illinois but said "we should conduct ourselves in primaries in such a way so we will have able Sam fell 60 officiated, and Mrs. Alvin Williams played organ selections. Burial was in the Alexis Ceme- Earl MAURICE HAMERSTRAND Funeral services for for- GALVA Pallbearers were Oren Frank Swope, Purlee, William tery. Carlson, Totten, Frank Purlee, Hayes Mosley and John Bohan. Funeral arrangements were handled by McKnight Memorial Home, Alexis. Maurice Hamerstrand, 57, merly of Galva, who died Tues- were held Friday at 1:30 the Johnsori-Gill-Schuster Galva. Rev. D. V. day, t IVO HUGHES ALEXIS — Graveside services for Ivo Hughes, 78, retired Seaton businessman, were held Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in the LaHarpe Cemetery. Rev. Stanley Rapp of the Little York Methodist Church officiated. Pallbearers were Eddie House, Paul Dutton, David Lee, Robert p.m. Chapel in Charlson of the Messiah Lutheran Church in XJalya officiated, and organ selections were played by Mrs. Verna B. Anderson.' Pallbearers were Clyde Gray, Dale Ratliff, James E, Bryan, Lawrence Appell Burial Lester Sterritt, and Charles Wheelhouse. was in the Galva Cemetery. PETERS0N- W ALU N KNOX Alpha. Illinois Haldon Parker sford, Services: 2 FX- SUNDAY PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX CHAPEL IN ALPHA. Friends may call this evening at the chapel. MRS. A. H. WELLS Funeral services for Mrs. A. H. Wells, 78, of 49 Arnold St., who died Thursday, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at First Christian Church by Rev. James Smith. Burial was at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were. Lawrence H. Peterson, Riebert Stewart, Victor Taylor, Gerald M. Henderson, Ivan M. Barlow and Leo A. Cash. 4 Mrs. Harry Allender was organist. Rites were condijcted Thursday evening at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home by members of Murga Caldron 26. Participating were Mrs. L. E. Palmer, Mrs. Opal Lawson, Mrs. Gertrude French, Mrs. William Dutton, Mrs. Roscoe Brown, Mrs. Robert Jordan, Mrs. Robert Bern and Mrs. R. E. Stackhouse. Organist was Mrs. Marshall Gardner. State Senator Asks Governor To Veto Bill SPRINGFIELD, III (AP) State Sen. George Drach, R- Springfield, said Friday he asked Gov. Otto Kerner to veto a bill on plastic bags that Drach said was misrepresented to him. The bill would require all plastic bags manufactured in the state be perforated, Drach said. He said senators were assured it would provide only that the bags contain a warning they should be kept away from children. Drach said the bill as passed would hurt production of the Kor- dite Manufacturing Co. at Jacksonville. It employs 450 persons. The firm said it voluntarily includes a warning on its bags that they be kept away from children because of the possibility of suffocation. Control Group Is Fired on By Communists , VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) - A helicopter carrying British Ambassador Donald Hopson and two communist members of the International Control Commission was shot at today en route to pro- Communist Pathet Lao headquarters, an ICC spokesman reported. Four rifle shots missed the helicopter but one bullet struck a second craft transporting other ICC personnel, the spokesman 'said. The bullet lodged six inches from the fuel tank. No one was injured. Both helicopters turned back and landed safely at Vientiane. a way so we unity in the fall." Carpentier said the Illinois Republicans agreed that five congressional seats now held by Democrats in the state could be taken over by the GOP next year. He listed the Democrats as George E. Shipley of Olney, Kenneth J. Gray of Frankfort, and Chicagoans William T. Murphy, Roman C. Pucinski and Edward R. Finnegan. Card of Thanks MOTHER—Mrs. Cecil L.~Nas 1 und Sister—Mrs. Bertha E. Picrson. The kindnesses and sympathy of our neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. A special thanks to our ministers, doctors, nurses and nurses aides at Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. -Waverly Nas- Jund and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pennington and family. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Smith and family. Mr. Howard Picrson and Diane WE WISH to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their gifts, cards and help in making our 25th Wedding Anniversary such a happy occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. (Jack) Johnson Abingdon. 111. I WISH to take this opportunity to thank my many friends and neighbors for the cards, letters and flowers sent me while I was in St. Mary's Hospital. Also, thanks to the nurses and aides. I enjoyed the many visits of my friends while there. All were greatly appreciated. Thanks again. Mrs. Lloyd Castle Lodge Notices EAGLES AUXILIARY No. 518 Eagles Auxiliary Meeting Tuesday evening, July 16, 7:30 P.M. Nomination and electiofl? to fill vacancy. Vivian Wilson, M.P. Matilda Zachmeyer, Sec. Lost and Found—1 Personal-Special Notice—4 $1 PER DAY rental tot Electric Cafpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lusre. Kellogg Drake & Co. GALESBURG Rescue Mission needs money, food, clothing, to help feed hungry and homeless man. 343.8844 or P.O. Box 524. E SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture.^ Male Help Wanted SECURE FUTURE Train /or management career In large national company. Not an average "training program," not an ordinary job. This unique management training program follows a well planned comprehensive schedule. Provides you the best opportunity to develop quickly Into a responsible executive in finance. Pays you full salary while you learn, with increases based on your rate of progress. Ago 21 to 28, some college preferred. Libera! salary, car allowance, all modern employee benefits. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP. 20D E. Main St. Galesburg SALESMAN wanted. We have/ an immeidatc opening in our store for a salesman. This is a permanent salaried position with the opportunity to earn commissions. Liberal company benefits. If you have a pleasing personality, are aggressive, and interested in making above average income with the possibility of advancement, you will want to know more about this opportunity. Apply in person, see Mr. Eltlng, manager, Brown Lynch Scott, 244 E. Main. ATTENTION AUTO SALESMEN We are Increasing our sales staff at McCreery Motors to sell the popular new Fords and A-l used cars. If you are a qualified salesman—like a taste of money —are a closer and think you can fill the bill, this is a tremendous opportunity for you. For there are rich rewards in new and used car sales. Stop in and see FRANCIS KNUTH or BILL BELL At McCREERY MOTORS Your Ford Dealer Since 1941 Kellogg & Tompkins 342-0177 — Galesburg, 111. Insurance Supervisor Old line legal reserve sfoefc company with multiple line Life, A & H and Guaranteed Renewable Hospital Plans, has attractive opening for supervisor in this area. Salary commensurate with ability. Production bonus, plus top commissions and vested renewals: plus liberal over-write and other incentives. Minimum years experience required, good references. Must be self-starter. Wire or write R. W. Franks, Box 1097, Okla. City. A Lb INTERVIEWS CONFIDENTIAL MEN or high school boys with cars to do light delivery work. Full or part time. 0 a.m. to 9 p.m. Excellent earnings. Apply Mrs. Cross, Room 423, Custer Hotel. MARRIED man between 20 and 45 for appliance repair, good salary plus advancement. Experience preferred. Call between 2 and 5 P.M. for appointment, 343-6117. MEN 18-34. OPENINGS SEE RAILROAD — Classification 9. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD. Female Help Wanted—6 HIGH SCHOOL GIRL, at least 16 years old, to babysit, Phone 343-0R49. WOMEN or high school girls to do pleasant telephone work, or part time, 9 a.m. to 9 Excellent wages. Apply Cross, Room 423, Custer Full p.m. Mrs. Hotel. WANTED — Middle-aged lady as housekeeper for family of 3, country home. No children. Write Box 636, care Register- Mail. WOMAN wanted to live in and care for elderly lady. A home plus wages. Give references. Write Box 634, care Register- Mail. WOMAN to live in semi-modem country home and care for children while mother works. More for home than wages. Write Box 640, % Register-Mail. Male, Female Help Wanted Cop Turns Cowboy NE FOR quickly place Phone 342-5161. >D? Not a LOST AD. PITTSBURGH, Kan. Paul McPherson, (UPI) Business Service—2 Doctor Thinks Ues of Pills Only a Delay OXFORD, England (AP) A Ex-Fatties Are Pj|j|J HoilOrS at I ex P ec tant mother about the' time doctor said Friday a woman who takes contraceptive pills for much of her life might find herself an Johnson- Schuster Chapel Galva George A. Clague LaFayette Funeral services: MRS. SUSIE WHITTOM Word has been received by Virgil Whittom of the death of his mother, Mrs. Susie Whittom, 76, of Kirksville, Mo. She had been rll several months, Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Foster's Funeral Home in Kirksville, whei'e burial will be located. National Meet LONG BEACH, Calif. (UPI) A woman who lost 143Vi pounds in a year and a man who /shed 78% pounds have been crowned queen and king of the fat people at the annual TOPS national convention. Alta M. Baker of Los Angeles and G1 e n d o n Garner of La Puente, Calif., were crowned Friday night before more than 3,000 TOPS (take off pounds sensibly) members at the Long Beach Arena. Mrs. Baker's doctors warned her "either to diet or die." She dropped from 297 pounds to 153 1 A within a year. Where she once wore a size 48 she was drawing an old age pension. Dr. L. Kopelowitz told a meeting of the British Medical Association "now evidence has been i put before us that there is a possibility that they only delay ovulation. "Therefore there is a possibility that a woman of 60 or 70 might become pregnant after taking this drug for a period of years." Kopelowitz did not name a ticular drug. a policeman, pleaded with the city council Friday to have lariats made part of police equipment. He said they were needed to cope with a rash of stray horses which have been roaming on city streets. McPherson admitted that roping the animals would only half solve the problem. "We also have trouble finding the owners,*' he said. "We may have to ask for a branding law tell one horse from so we can another." Queen To Visit Iran THE HAGUE (UPI) — Queen Juliana, Prince Bernhard and Crown Princess Beatrix will make a state visit to Iran Oct. 3-6, a palace spokesman said today. The visit is in return for the P ar " | state visit made by Shah of Iran in 1959. EAVES Cleaned, flushed $6-$8-$10-$12 after leaves are down but will clean now and when leaves are down for the same price. Good deal? Sure is! We also wash windows. 343-8771—342-6923. Painting and Decorating Building and Remodeling. Free Estimates. Call 342-8214. TREE REMOVAL • 343-2296 — 343-6770 GABES expert tree service, all types tree work. Insured. Free estimates. Phone 343-5891. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us. WE APPRECIATE your business Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal, 343-8665 or 3434136. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square 343-6535 Nite 343-5404 For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813, NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. had dress, she now slips in and out of a 14 and sometimes even a 12. Vacationer Honored at Yates City Have You Heard That Weed Mowina YATES CITY Mrs. Esther Beach Is Quiet Garner, whose mother, Fran-| Bowman entertained "members and former members of the Mary Martha Class of the Methodist Mrs. Mercedes Mooney of 417 Marston Ave. and her grandmother, Mrs. Vera E. White, 939 S. Academy St., left yesterday by Ozark Airline for St. Louis. It is Grandmother White's first journey by airplane. They will visit relatives in St. Louis. E. J. MARTIN--342-0521 DRYWALL installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings. Free estimates. Call Phillip's Drywall, 5153 Elmwood, 111. Box 834. Career Sales Representative CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB The Chicago Motor Club (affiliated with the American Automobile Association) has an exceptional opportunity in Knox County for a capable, aggressive man with sales ability and desire to succeed. The man selected will receive paid classroom training, guaranteed salary, plus incentive compensation and company benefits. He will represent the CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB as Assistant District Manager in the sales of membership, insurance and finance. For confidential interview, 3420171. ' IMMEDIATE employment in the following openings: Production Control — Scheduler Purchasing — Jr. Buyer Purchasing — Expeditor Must have high school education, at least 2 yrs. college preferred or equivalent experience. Excellent working conditions and opportunity for advancement. Salary commensurate with experience. Write or apply \in person to the personnel office, American Standard Industrial Division. 101 Franklin St., Kewanee, 111. MAN — To service route in Galesburg local. Home every night, 22-40. married. Phone 3439342. MARRIED man for year around work on farm. Must be experienced with livestock and machinery. Top wages, good house. Ross E. Hanna, Little York, 111. Phone RA 0-2162. LOCAL concern established 12 yrs., has opening for person with good business background. You must have the following qualifications: married, 25-45, at least a high school grad., and able to start work at once. Salary is open depending on your qualifications. No travel. For interview call 343-4492 after 4:30 p.m. Inquiries in strict confidence. SOON Part time bus boy 2 curt> help 2 waitresses 2 kitchen employees 342-0141 See Mr. Peck at THE HUDDLE DRIVE-IN Employment Wanted— 3 SEKEEPING wanted by experienced middle-age widow lady. Reasonable. Good cook. Live in. References. Write Box 630 care .Register-Mail. WASHINGS — IRONINGS Shirts, curtains, lace tablecloths, Water softener. Rates to steady customers. 343-4796. 531 E. Brooks.^ Instruction TUTORING by experienced high school teacher. English, Latin, Spanish, grade level sub j ects. Reading and phonics a specialty. Call 343-5130. MEN 18-34. Openings in Railroad communications. Start $400 up, after short break in. Maintain present income while training. Send name, phone, address Box 643. care Register-Mail. Business Opportunity—10 NO STRIKES — over-time you to 35. Write Box ter-Mail. no layoffs. AH want. Married 965. care Regis- INVESTIGATE) The Galesburg Register - Ms! attempts to determine the r liability ot the advertiser In all ads requiring an investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. RESTAURANT for sale in New Boston, all newly rebuilt including brand new fixtures, grill, etc. with seating capacity of 100, Doing fine business now and offering tremendous potential to experienced operator. Very fine modern apt. upstairs. Desirable terms to substantial buyer. Berglund & Acord Agency, Aledo, 111. Phone JU 2-1152. FOR SALE Radio and TV and repair business. Photographers shop. Doing good. Write 93 S. Seminary, Galesburg. . SMALL business wanted or will buy into business as partner. Write Box 632 care Register- Mail. All replies confidential. (Continued on page 16) ces, was a runnerup to tho queen last MONDAY 1:30 P.M France (UPI) at the LAFAYETTE METHODIST CHURCH. banned QUINPER, Transistor radios were from the beach at this coastal resort Friday. A city father said the action was taken "so that the its year pounds. now weighs 201% Rev. John Clarke, Knoxville 1 1 channel coast region and Rev. Forest Risberg, La- Burial in Fayette officiating. Evergreen Memory Gardens, Kewanee. Friends may call at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel in Galva, Sunday evening 7 to 9 P.M, can keep reputation as a place with a welcome for those seeking peace," Defense Fund Is Increasing for Accused Slayer Church at a rag sew Monday in her radio shop, honoring a former member, Mrs. Vincent Blust, now of Brighton, Colo. She and her" husband and two children are vacationing in Yates City with relatives and friends. GREENWOOD, Miss. The defense fund for (AP) de la Byron Beckwith, accused of the murder of integration leader Medgar Evers, is growing, the fund's attorney said Friday night. Attorney Hite McLean Sr. said "donations are coming in from all over the country. They are mostly small in the $10 and $25 class." He refused to estimate the amount of mQney donated. Attending Mrs. the get - to - gether Mrs. Herman 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL PIRECTORS For Over 60 Yean Thorn*! |. A«J *m« 916 Chamberlaiu Ave. Funeral: 10 A .M. - MONDAY at KIMBER St WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday afternoon and evening. I I 1 were Mrs. Blust, Laurson, Mrs. Charles Elbert Edwards, Mrs. Francis Johnson, Mrs. Wayne Bird and Dranne, Mrs. Harlen Blust and Carolyn, Mrs. Charles Fitchpatrick, Mrs. Glenn Foster, Mrs. Berl Nelson, Mrs. Harry Saunders. Yates City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Thurman and Sharon returned home Monday from the resort of his brother Floyd near Cumberland, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bantz of WASHINGTON (UPI) The White House lias told American newsmen in Saigon that President Kennedy hopes there will be no recurrence of an incident in which Minneapolis, of Mr. Minn., and have been Mrs. I. M. J picturesque J^.??JM' a "L 8 setting dependable personnel nnMasannnnnn ilnt I * wvmiW " vo UA "* 1V u\ ana lvirs. Bernard namp VUrouenienuy\ South Viet Nam police manhan- had as their July 3 dinner guests guests Tompkins. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ebbings hi Brimfield. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ramp loCdted ^ em during a recent Bud- MEMORIAL PARK dhist religious service. The U.S. Embassy has ex- full measure of our pressed "the Mrs. Lorena Bryant of Kirkwood, and Miss Lois Mathews of Knoxville. reka, They all motored to Eu- where they attended the concern 1 ' to the government of funeral of their relative, W. B.- West Main St. Route 34 President Ngo Dinh Diem, White VASHTI LAFOLLE1TE House Press Secretary Pierre Sal- Sales Repi**50Btative-Pb. i$ger said Friday. Ware. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rogers of this city also attended and Rogers was a pallbearer. nniversary Occasions Maquon Party MAQUON—Mrs, Harry Harper entertained at a dinner Sunday to note the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Mrs. Harold (Elsie) Goudy of rural Macomb. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schneider, Witchita Falls, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Stephan Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Mitchell and Jerry and Harold Goudy. Maquon Briefs Sgt. Herbert (Bud) Pumf rey and Mrs. Pumfrey were dinner guests Wednesday at the rural home of his grandfather, William Halsey and family. Sgt. Pumfrey and family are visiting his mother, Mrs. Jessie Pumfrey. They are en route to Ft. Bank, Mass., where he will be stationed. Mrs. Robert Grahn of Altona and daughter, Mrs. C. William Kemp and daughter Tami of Nassau, N.P., Bahamas, visited their father and grandfather, Sam Burnett Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lone of MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Band Plays at Knoxville Tonight, Henderson July 17 KNOXVILLE—The Knoxville Band will present a concert in the city park tonight beginning about 8 o'clock. Charles Knapp, director, announces the following program: "Hosts of Freedom," "Magnolia Overture," "Memories " "Safety " "Barn Da'nce," 'Ilis Honor," made for a party for a ward at Galesburg State Research Hospital. If; was announced Mrs, Mick Lacy will be in charge of the nursery at the church next month. There will be no meeting lh August. Mrs. Harold Nelson and Mrs. Arthur Sauer will be the hostesses for the* September meeting. Pretend," "Steel King," Over* Ridge Dreams," "Park t u re," "Vienna On the Street Where You Live," "Hall of Fame" and "National Anthem." The band will play at the annual ice cream social at Henderson July 17 at 7:30 p.m. Discuss Vacations Mrs. Vorace Larson was hostess to the Club Egypt Neighborhood Thursday afternoon. Roll Long Paige, Idaho, are visiting rela- call was answered by t ?ach one tives at Maquon, Yates City and answering with their summer va- Knoxville. They spent Monday cation plans, night at the rural home of Mi'. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper. During the meeting, plans for a trip to Peoria July 26 were made. In ed games, prizes were award- to Mrs. Orlow Hazen, Mrs. David Johnson, Mrs. Lloyd Cochran and traveling prize to Mrs. Robert Johnson. Guests were Mrs, Millie Little, Mrs. John Larson and Miss Janet Larson. Ruth Unit Meets The Ruth Unit of Grace Lutheran Church Women mst in tho home WRC Represented Members of the Woman's Relief Corps attended in a group the fu* neral services for Mrs. Nellid Marie Roselle, 79, of 451 Colun> bus Ave., Friday in the First Lutheran Church. Name of the organization was incorrectly listed in an account of the services as published in Friday's issue. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! of Mrs. m£t in Lloyd Cochran Monday night with Mrs. Willard Larson as co-hostess. Following devotions Mrs. Pjiil Ekluxid, given by plans were RUBY'S Beauty Salon WEST SIDE EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE THURSDAY EVENINGS STARTING PHONE 219-9310

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