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6 Qottibura Rtaiitar -Moil. Galesburg, III, Mondov, July 15, 1963 620 W. Runt Si, fiuihfitll. Phone Bushnell 01ft Lodge Selects Pro BUSHNELL-The Lucile Chapter <rf Eastern Star met Friday, ttith lfte« Bradshaw and Rufus Jarvis presiding in the East. Initiation was held with Several ©ut-oMowft guests present. Serving as pro tern officers were Dorothy Walters, conductress; Berniece Williamson, chaplain; Buby Baymond, Martha; Ethel Sperry, treasurer, and Cecil Didlock, colorbearer. Committees for the evening were refreshment, Mary Taylor, Ruth McGinley, Phyllis Webb, Mona Lou Stoller Tern Officers and Lorraine Porter; decorating, Betty Mason, Belle Lovell, Leona Opp and Darlene Schmalshof. BushnrII News Briefs Bushnell people who attended a reception at the Galesburg Masonic Temple for Helen Doyle Palmer, grand worthy adviser of Hie State of Illinois of Rainbow Girls, in Galesburg Saturday were Denise Mason, Ann Meloan, Pat Mitchell, Lynn Brillhart, Cindy Ross, Becky Mitchell, Mary jane Snyder, Mrs. Gabrilda St Perfect" —Women Say New DOROTHY PERKINS Lipstick that Feels creamy and comfortable Keeps lips moist, young-looking Lasts unbelievably long This Lipstick is a long-worked-f or achievement. It is certain to please for it is utterly j satisfying to wear. The eight shades are brand new, carefully styled, becoming to every complexion type. Come in and choose your shade of this outstanding new Dorothy Perkins Lipstick.. IN LOVELY ROSE-ETCHED BRASS CASE. J LIMITED TIME — 2 for $1.00 plus tax ON SALE AT WALGREENS DRUG STORE RANDY. REED, 8 months, held by his great grandmother, Mrs. Laura Wells, Prairie City, has a great-great grandfather, Frank E. McDcrmet, who was 96 on July 7, of Kearney, Neb., who was unable to be present for the picture. Standing to the left is his mother, Mrs. Wanda Reed of Prairie City and to the right is his grandmother, Mrs. Nora Harding, of Cameron. Clair, Mrs. Ann Fisk, local assembly mother adviser, and Rufus Jarvis. Miss Dianne Moore will be the soloist at the weekly band concert Tuesday on the high school grounds. Miss Moore will play a clarinet solo, accompanied by the band. The band is under the direction of Phil Garinger. The Ewan-Perrine Insurance Agency, a corporation, has been sold to Wayne Perrine, a member of the firm, who took over COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED Sidewalk Days Bargain Fiesta Red Hot Bargains on the Sidewalk the business July 1. Dannie Ragon has purchased the Vern Haulk property on the corner of Washington and Hail streets. COTTON DUSTERS % 1 Reg. $5.99 MATERNITY WEAR Vol. to t $10.99 * 2 DRESS RIOT Vol. to 4 $35 * SALE OF SUMMER DRESSES Regulorly $10.99 to $12.99 $ 6 Regularly $15 to $19.95 $ 10 Regularly $22.95 to $35 SELECT FROM OVER 300 GARMENTS: Grass Fires on Toulon Farms Are Reported TOULON — Starting Thursday at 1:30 p.m., the Toulon Volunteer Firemen were kept on the go. They were called to the Lester Streed tenant house, south of Toulon, where a grass fire was getting dangerously close to the house. They had just returned from this one when they were called at 2 p.m. to the farm of Joel Wilson, southwest of town, where a brush fire threatened to get into an oats field. At 5 p.m., the firemen were again summoned to duty by a call from the Marshall Winn farm, north of Toulon. A grass fire had gotten out of control and was threatening the farm buildings. All the fires were extinguished with little or no damage. GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Corr«ipondent Phon« WE 2*2658 War Mothers Plan Activities GALVA - Mothers of World War II have two activities slated for this week and membei's were urged to be present for the all- day sewing Tuesday and the District 15 meeting Thursday. The district meeting will be held -at the Annawan Shelter House, while members will sew at the home of Lillian Hintz, where a potluck lunch will be served. At a picnic at Wiley Park Thursday, the group voted to do­ nate $8 for a party to entertain Veterans of Schick Hospital. It will be held at Eagle Point Park, Clinton, Iowa, July 25. Hostesses for August arc Mrs. Erna Anderson, Mrs. Hulda Alverson, Mrs. Crittie Vlck and Mrs. Ann Nor born. At the group's Aug. 8 meeting, members having birthdays the past five months will be honored. City Council to Meet Galva City Council wHl hold a regular meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. HOSPITAL NOTES Husbands Run Households While Wives Fly About EDITOR'S NOTE: About 90 women took off from Fresno, Calif., Saturday and spent the weekend flying across the country in the annual Powder Puff Derby, a transcontinental race for women fliers. Back home were their husbands, fixing meals, caring for their children and worrying about their flying wives. Here in an interview one of the husbands tells what it is like to be married to an aviatrix. READ THE WANT ADS! By ELIZABETH H. ZAKROFP United Press International LEONIA, N.J. (UPI) —Walter Cronan is married to a woman who's been up in the clouds 23 years. He used to be up • there too. Mrs. Selma Cronan, 50, of 209 Hillcrest Ave., is a member of the Ninety-Niners, an international organization of licensed women pilots. "She's been flying since World War II," Cronan, 53, said. "During the war Mrs. Cronan was a member of the WAAFS," the Women's Auxiliary Air Force Service. Now Mrs. Cronan is in charge of public relations—and a competitor in—the all women's transcontinental air race—the Powder Puff Derby. The race is sponsored by the Ninety-Niners. Cronan, a consulting engineer' for 25 years, used to fly too. "After the war, we bought an old crate and Mrs. Cronan taught me how to fly," he said. "I dabbed in it off and on." In 1951, a plane Cronan and a [ friend were flying crashed. Both were seriously hurt and Cronan was hospitalized for several months. That ended his flying career. "We decided that with two children one of us had to stay alive I have no desire for immortality." The Cronan twins—Thomas and Jefferson—are 17 years old. "Although the boys have been up several times with their moth er, they're more interested in driving cars now," he said. The boys often flew With their mother when they were babies. Life around the Cronan household starts getting hectic two months before the race. "Every day," Cronan said "there are conferences and more conferences. Maps are spread all over the house with women sprawled all over them speaking some lingo I can't hope to under stand. Then as quickly as they all appear they disappear, taking Mrs. Cronan with them for a month. "We eat at home when we can stand it and go out the rest of the time.' Although we have a maid she's as lost as we are. By the time Mrs. Cronan comes home, a house chuck full of dirt is waiting for her." Cronan used to worry about his wife's flying. • "But not now," he said, "it's been such a long time. Everything is pretty much routine. Be sides, Mrs. Cronan is a very skilled pilot." Cronan is a member of the Forty-Nine and a Halters, a club formed by the Ninety-Niners for their husbands. "We even get a certificate," Misses Sizes to 20 Junior Sizes to 15 Half Sizes to 2414 • Cottons - Dacrons • Knits, Jerseys • 1, 2 and 3 Pc. Styles Sale of Summer Sportswear Reg. C to * $3 2 r $ $5 3 $ $7 4 Slacks Peddle Pushers Jamaicas Huge assortments of Famous nam* Sportswear in Cotton, Knits and Blends — solid colors — patterns all drastically reduced. Reg. C to * $10.99 Bermudas Blouses Skirts Layaway N ow! Save 10%-25% and More Summer Sole - Winter Coats Untrimmed 100% Imported Exquisite WINTIR COATS CASHMIRES FUR-TRIMS $ 78 Itgwlar $45 to $65 Regularly $99 Reg. $100 to $199.95 MIL-RICE HEALTH CLUBS RESULTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Dick) Flaar DICK lost- 18 pounds 3'/2" off hips VA" off waist CALL NOW! for your chance to be slim and trim for the Fall Fashions, Qualified Instructor to Guide You Thru Your Program! For the Next 50 Members All this with a yearly membership will cost you less than $1.00 a treatment! His Wife PHYLISS losr- 11 pounds 5" off waist 5!/ 2 " off abdomen 3" off hips NOW! 342-6643 121 S. PRAIRIE St. Mmy's AfiMtiitdftl iAWHBAY Mr*, ceeelit smith, AblMidon. Mrs. James D. Dixon, Abingdon. Mrs. J. Harold Owen, 311 Hack- MM 'Mk Pccsl, m tlticoin St. Donald 1 J . Trask, 1043 N. Cedar.St. Mrs. Ralph Benson, 1081 Chamberlain Ave. _ . Mrs. Etta .Angel, 758 Peck st DISMISSALS SAtURDAV Kenneth Albert, 78 Division St. Mrs. James Allensworth, 1628 Moshter Ave. Patrick Bradford, 1831 B. Main St. Joseph J. Gins, Galva. „,....„„ Robert A. Hosklns, 63 N. Whltes- Mrs. r Mab'e1 Oakes, 67 E. Simmons ^^Mf &W' MM?' John, Drlffill, Walsh Ave. Mrs. Ida Hockensmith, 779 S. Senv Jame ^It Slmpsort, 1802 E. North Donna L, Clay, Galesburg Route 2. James P. Hicks. 173 Garfield Ave. Paul W. Steen, Monmouth. Mrs. Larry E. Gillenwnter, Abingdon. Mrs. Wnyne E. Webb, 1.972 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Wesley B. Fritz, Rio. Mrs. David R. Robinson, 423 W. . Brooks St. A. J. Varner, Knoxvllle, Richard E. Harwood, 277 S. Cherry St. Mrs. Fred J. Sharp, B2 N. Elm St. Mrs. Phillip R. Griffith, Galesburg Route 3. Stacia Green, Monmouth. Michael W. Jacobs, 1176 McCluro St. Mrs. Glenn E. Tracy, Abingdon. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Wilbur L. Anders, St. Augustine, Cindy Lynn Bragg, DcLong. John Driffill, Walsh Ave. Clyde L. Kisler, 185 Division St. Mrs. Clyde F. Miller, 438 E. North St. Mrs. Frank Pecsl, 877 Lincoln St. Mrs. Jorge Prats, Knoxvllle. Howard A. Sampson, Abingdon. Mrs. Richard Stcgall, 1232 Bridge Ave. Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Fred G. Smith, Wataga. Keith A. Enstrom, Alpha. Diane L, Cook, 1067 Lincoln St. Mrs. Gloria K. St. Clair, Crcve Coeur. Mrs. Nellie C. Mundwiler, 378 N. Broad St. Mrs. Eula M. Drake, 348 Maple Ave. Gale E. Hellyer. Bushnell. Mrs. Joyce E. Sandman, 1026 Lyman St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Mrs. Pansy H. Poison, 248 N. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Hazel Guenther, 245 E. Fifth Cathy R. Phipps, 1176 Willard St. Mrs. Irene B. Smith and baby, Henderson. Albert F. Holmes Jr., 169 N. Pearl Basil Gilbert, Monica. Mrs. Hattie I. Kelso, Oneida. Mrs -, B .£ ts y. Johnson, Bishop Hill. Lewis S. Peterson, 490 E. Fifth St. as sasr MM 0r BeUy>. Phelfis, 8*3 W. North St ' Mrs.' Margaret ,t. forest. Only*. Mrs, Betty J. Stihaon, 128 Michigan Ave, , Dale W, Dredge, Maftuon. . Edward C. Beardsley Jr., 1400 W. Fremont st. . Mrs, Madge J. Peterson, Knoxvllle, Mrs. Jean B. Adorns, 137 S. Ivan Ave. Miss Leota M. Hole,. 1336 Morton Ave. Mrs. Joyce E. Groom, 814 Law* rence Ave. Mrs. Feme L. Hogan, §18 N* , Cherry St. < • Mrs. Edna M. Fields, 163 W, Mary St. Mrs. Marion M. Thompson, 491 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Margaret L. Lawrence, Alexis* Vern C. Sternberg, 168 Ivan Ave. Mrs. Betty L. Smith, Pekin. Mrs. Margaret E. Borgstrom, 464 N. Seminary St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Charles E. Austin, 863 Yates St. Kenneth W, Fulton, 81 S, Arthur Ave. Rodney N. Garrett,-New Windsor. Mrs. Beverly J, Terpenlng and baby, 145 Wnlnut Ave. Mary V. Wcsterfielcl, 5!)fi E. Losey St. Mrs. Lois M. Enz, 1107 N. Academy St. Thomas M. Milword. Ahlngdon. Mrs. Pauline A. Rylander, Oneida. Mrs.'Ethel W.'Wilt, Knoxvllle, Punny Report MILL VALLEY, Calif. (AP)Mrs. F. W. Etzold telephoned police, "there's a bat in my bedroom." ; Policeman John Castellani later reported: "Went to the bat and struck it out." he said, "a certificate of doubtful competency. I guess it means we're not as good as women!" Being married 28 years to a woman constantly getting publicity, Cronan said, means he's always asked questions which are impossible to answer. "It's sort of like being married to a race horse. What can you say?" OPEN 1:15 ||AIM At 1:30 - 4:00 RU Iff 6:30 and 9 P.M. MIRISCH COMPANY™ EDWARD L. ALPERSON L£MM0N MaciaiNE BILLY WINDER'S ] RMB ta douce TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISI0N* MUAfEO TH»U UNITED MTIITS BIG | OPEN 1:15 NOW! 2 HITS MIGHTIEST ADVENTURE OF THE ABES! COLUMBIA PICTURES ptmlt 4CHMUSH.SCHNEU mmmm PIUS! , TQHOSCOPe ucnuii Movie Calendar MONDAY, JULY 15 WEST: "Mothra" 1:30. 4:50 and 8:10; "Jason and the Astronauts," 3:10, 6:25 and 0:45 p. m. • ORPHEUM: "Irma La Douce." 1:30, 4:00, 6:30 and 9:00. DRIVE-IN: "Mystery Submarine" —B:50: "Donahue's Reef"—10:30. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday One complete showing nightly RIB SHACK North on Route ISO Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out isrvic* Call 342-2413 Opan Dally at S P.M. Now Playing WlUf AM HOLDEN CLIFTON WEBB tn LCO McCAREI '5 SATAN NEVER SLEEPS if FRANCE W NUYEIT SHOW STARTS — 7:30 Air-Conditioned ADULTS 65c — CHILD 25c CADI THEATRE CHKL KNOXVILLE Rt. 34 West — Open 7:30 — Show at Dusk Exclusive m Galesburg Showing BIG JOHN'S IN TOWN !!, bmuil tots pestitlj J OHN WgNE NIK | T ECHNICOIOR* CO-atMHMK* ALSO | OPEN 7:30 sh ;; skal THE DEADLIEST UNDERSEA | BATTLE EVER FILMED I ^ i£ U*AM up. JAMES twum mm, wmum

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