Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 24
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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|24 Oolnsbura Rwlrter-Moll, Galesburg, III, fhursday, July 18, 1963 Cummings Heads School At Knoxville KNOX VILLE MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT . Office hours, 7*9 a.m. 4 -6 p.m. Homo Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Knoxville Club Plans Project KNOXVILLE — Junior Woman's Club members were reminded to deliver cakes and pies to the Knoxville Fire Station Saturday by 4:30 p.m. Serving for the chuck wagort supper begins at 5:30 p.m. All money from ticket sales is to be turned in to Mrs. Gerald Lambert by Saturday morning. All unsold tickets are to be returned Saturday by 8. p.m. French and Catholic by faith and it is said to resemble the country of France in many ways. Mrs. England left the tour group at Toronto on the return trip, flew to Buffalo, N.Y. and Williamsport, Pa., where she visited relatives and friends before returning home. On the flight from Toronto to Buffalo the pilot dipped his plane to give his passengers an excellent view of the Welland Canal and the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. Mrs. England Tells Of Trip to Canada Mrs. Bertha England, former ly of Knoxville returned recently from a guided tour through Eastern Canada. Twenty persons from the Midwest and Eastern part of the United States left Chicago by train June 30. On their way east, they spent a day and night in hotels in Toronto and Ottawa, and in Montreal and Quebec on the return trip. In each of the four cities, they were taken on a 2- to 4 -hour tour of the city. Changing of the Guard fn Ottawa and Quebec was especially interesting. In Montreal they boarded "The St. Lawrence," a ship (five in all) owned by the Canada Steamship Lines with capacities ranging from 700 to 1,000 persons, for a cruise.of two days and two nights down the St. Lawrence River and up the Saguinay River to Bagotville. From there they returned to Quebec. Quebec is divided into the old and new city. The old part was especially delightful to the group since they stayed in its most prominent hotel, The Chateau Frontenac. They report Queen Elizabeth occasionally visits this Chateau. More than 85 per cent of the people in Quebec province Leo Cummings KNOXVILLE — Leo Cummings of Cairo has been named principal of the Mable Woolsey Elementary School at Knoxville for the 1963-64 term, it was an- today by Raymond Bartee, superintendent of District 202. Cummings is a graduate of the Arkansas State Teachers College at Conway, Ark., and holds masters degree from the Univer- are HE REGREW HAIR For Dramatic Story See Page 3 of Section 1 Knoxville News Notes Mrs. Carl Reinheimer and daughters, Harriette and Carline | nounced and their friend, Karen Severson of Lutz, Fla., are visiting Mrs. Reinheimer's mother, Mrs. Harry Bragg, and other relatives and friends. Anyone having an apartment or sity of Arkansas at Fayetteville house for rent is being asked to He has 15 years experience in contact the superintendent's of- school work. During this time he fice at Knoxville High School, as has served both as a teacher and housing is needed by several new as an administrator. For the past teachers. six years he has been employed in Illinois schools and comes to Knoxville from Cairo, where he Visit Van Meters has been high school principal. NORTH HENDERSON—One of Mrs. Cummings, who is also a the families from the Monmouth graduate of the University of area who were at the Western Arkansas, will teach vocational Illinois 4 -H camp near Jackson- home economics in the Knoxville ville Sunday for the annual picnic High School, sponsored by the International The Cummingses have two Farm Youth Exchange Alumni daughters, Nancy and Connie. for the families which have been ^_ hosts to IFYE was Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yartie and son Bobby of Now You Know Note Friend's Night North Henderson. While the Yardes were in Jacksonville they visited with Rev. and Mrs. William Van Meter and daughter Sarah. The Van Meters moved to Jacksonville in June. Rev. Van Meter was formerly the pastor of the North Henderson Methodist Church. By United Press International Of commonly used languages, Sinhalese, spoken in Ceylon, has the most letters with 54 and Hawaiian the least with 12, according to the Guinness Book of Records. Friend's Night was observed by Knoxville Chapter, Order of the* Eastern Star, Monday evening in the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Mary Pruett, worthy ma tron of Goodwill Chapter, and Floyd Mathews, past worthy patron of Goodwill Chapter, pre sided while the following "friends" filled the chairs: Mrs. Mildred Loveridge, Eugenia associate matron;; Lawrence Peter son, Nonpareil, associate patron Mrs. Harriet Goff, Yates City, sec rotary; Mrs. Margaret Dlnsm—" Nonpareil, treasurer. Also, Mrs. Mary Jo Ferrelra Blandlnsvllle, conductress; Mrs Eileen Voorhees, Abingdon, asso date conductress; Mrs. Lucille Tur ner, Knoxville, chaplain; Mrs Ruby Way, Goodwill, marshal Mrs. Rubye Taylor, Knoxville, or Also', Mrs. Alice Thurman, Yates City, Adah; Mrs. Edna Derham Knoxville, Ruth; Mrs. Lois Leonard New Windsor, Esther; Mrs. Ghar lene Foster, Yates City, Martha Mrs. Letha Palmer, Knoxville Electa; Gene Palmer, Knoxville warder, and Peter Sharpies, Knoxville, sentinel. Pretenti Flag The flag was presented by Era mert Griffith, Violet, guest color bearer. Rev. John Clarke, soloist, was accompanied by Mrs. Rubye Taylor. Escorted and introduced were two grand lecturers, nine grand chapter committees, five worthy matrons and patrons and nine past worthy matrons and patrons. | Out-of-state visitors were Mr and Mrs. Robert Steeber of Beacon chapter in St. Louis, Mo. I If Oueii of Honor Mrs. Marjorie Cook, worthy ma tron of Roseville chapter was guest of honor. Mrs. Helena Ryden of Knoxville chapter was at the guest book. It was announced the chapter will sponsor an ice dream social Saturday, July 27, in the City park After the meeting refreshments were served from tables decorated in shades of lavender by Mrr and Mrs. Russell Greene, Mrs. Irma Wagher and Mrs. Lottie Everetts Hostesses were Mrs. Shirley Swegle, Nonpareil, and Mrs. Louise Lundstrom, Abingdon. Henderson Woman Returns Home From Ohio HENDERSON-Mrs. Ruth Bewley returned home Monday after spending two weeks at the home of her son Nelson at Columbus, Ohio. Miss Alice Sherwood attended the wedding of her cousin Miss Vera Galbreath, who was married Saturday to Dean Combs of London Mills at the Henderson Grove Church. Miss Sherwood had charge of the guestbook. READ THE WANT ADS! Kelso, a gelding, is the only horse to win the Jockey Club Gold Cup three times. BUSHNELL. I iMMfi IfUttift 620 W. Hurtt Si, Bushnell. Phone Bushftell 519 Farewell Party Honors Family Of Bushnell Moving to Macomb BUSHNELL — The Central Illinois Public Service employes and their families held a farewell party Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orrill, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Norris 'and family. Norris is being transferred to Macomb, where he will be a gas utility man, and he and his family will move to that city July 26. Carroll Kessler will replace him in Bushnell as a CIPS meter reader. » A hamburger fry was - .held on the lawn, and the Norrises were presented a gift. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Steel man and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jennings and Larry, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Derenzy, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Kessler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Der enzy. Bushnell News Notes Mrs. Lorena Swift and children returned to their home in Chicago, last weekend after spending 10 days here visiting With relatives and friends. Stanley Boda of Milwaukee, Wis., Mrs. Harold Melvin, Judy and Michael of Moline, have returned to their homes, after spending the last three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoyle and Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Kelly, David and John, of Ipava, were Sunday afternoon callers at the M. B. Galloway home. Birth Record Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shores of Lancaster, Calif., are parents of a daughter Dee Anne. Mrs. Shores is the former Joyce Chipman. Homemakers Unit Greets Guests Mrs. Ralph Wilson was the July hostess at her home Wednesday the regular meeting of the Bushnell Unit of Homemakers Extension. Guests *were Mrs. Hazel Grate, Mrs. Alice Perrine and Mrs. Joyce Stambaugh. The meeting was conducted by the new chairman, Mrs.' Edith Serven. Mrs. Serven appointed her committees for the coming year. The program was presented by Mrs. Wilna Beatty, who gave g talk on her trip to Hawaii and showed slides. The family picnic will be held in August, and it was voted to go to Wee-Ma Tuk Country Club near Canton ort the regular meeting day. Refresh' ments were served by Mrs. Winnie Doll as the assistant hostess. Boys Play Baseball The minor league boys baseball consist of four teams this summer in Bushnell, with the boys ranging in age 8 to 12. These games are being played four nights a week and will end July 25. The teams and managers and helpers are Dodgers, Butch Yocum and Jim Wilhite; Braves, Richard Thompson and Carl Schade; Orioles, Don Stamback and the Tigers, Gene Smith. Maquon Beys Arc Guests Of Ball Club MAQUON — The Maquon Little League and midget softball teams were guests of the St. Louis Cardinals at St. Louis, Mo., Monday when they played the, Chicago Cubs. Those making the trip were: George Sheets, John Austin, Randy Way, Tommy and Bennie Knox, Kevin Kennelly, John Cowman, Tommy and Marti Morse, Wayne, Tom and Holland Mastin, Eric Piatt, Jim Ennis, Steve Nichols, Lester Bowles, Rick Grohman, Garry Clark, Kim Woolsey, Chuck Varnold, Alan Bloomer, Eddie Morse, Jeff, Jack and John Stuckel and Steve Halsey. Drivers and chaperones' were Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Kennelly, Brian and Phil, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cowman, Paul Mastin, C. B. Varnold, Walter B. Piatt, Ralph Morse, John Ray and Al- vln and Marry Bock. Mn Rifc Teddy Kennelly and Harry Bock are the managers of the teams, Leatei for Weal Miss Judith Kay Morse, daughter of Mrs, lone F. Safford 6t Maquoti, left Saturday for a 2* week vacation in California. She is visiting Mr, and Mrs, Howard Bump and Tim of Downey and Mr. and Mrs, David Gayman and family of Carmel. i Return ffojiie Mrs. L. C. Davis returned homa Saturday from a 2-Week vacation. She had accompanied her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Phillip Davis,of Joliet to Colorado Springs, • Colo., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bates and Mrs. Alvena Olson, sister and mother of Mrs. Phillip Davis, The Davis family also visited Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nesslerode at their home at Wheat Ridge, Colo., and friends at Denver, Colo. All are former residents of Maquon. Don Nottebart of Houston no* hit the Phillies this spring. Last year with Milwaukee he never had the chance. He didn't start a game but made 39 relief appearances. Refreshing Punch Sparks July 4th Party A not-too-sweet punch to refresh holiday guests. No need to cook sugar syrup for this summer drink because corn syrup is used. Spreads and Dips with Crackers and Vegetable Sticks Ham and Fruit Kabobs Frosted Miniature Cupcakes Tea Punch Tea Punch 1 quart strong brewed tea 1 cup light corn syrup 3 quarts cold water 1 cup lemon juice 1 cup orange juice Cubed or cracked ice Lemon or orange slices Make and cool tea. Stir in corn syrup. Mix in well the water, emon juice and orange juice. Chill—overnight if you like. Fill glasses about half .full of ice. Pour chilled punch into glasses. Garnish with lemon or orange slices. Makes 24 servings, % cup each. WEEKEND TILE SPECIAL 8000 B-COLORS ASPHALT TILE Each FIX UP YOUR FAMILY ROOM NOW. 4000 C-COLORS ASPHALT 7c 9c CALL 343-9260 TILE Each 132 E. Simmons St. Across from Large City Parking lot SILENT AUQI0N SALE • LEONARD REFRIGERATORS • DRYER • WRINGER WASHER • CONSOLE TELEVISION Make us a bid • • • take 'em away. Bidding Friday-Saturday 'til 9 p.m. Special "Chuck Wagon Surprise" for the Lady of the House. KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS CHUCK WAGON DAY SIDEWALK SALE - STREET DANCE Saturday, July 20, 1963 GOFF DRI-GAS & APPLIANCES Knoxville, Illinois CHUCK WAGON SUPPER Serving 5:30 'til ? BARGAINS GALORE PRIZES • FUN STREET DANCE Jim Bainbridge Band Tickets: Single $1, Couple $1.50 BARGAINS GALORE Inside and Outside the Store. ROUND or SWISS TA_ STEAKS - /VC OSCAR MAYER JA A WIENERS ib. 4n Chuck Wagon" SPECIALS Plus Dep. $J39 One—24 Bottle Case PEPSI-COLA One—24 Bottle Case Plus Dep. $J()5 Royal Crown Colo.. 1 UHTUOUK CELERY 5 - $ 1 Bunch IOC Our Value Graded Jiffy Tuna5 Cans$ l Wrap 7 15c PRODUCERS Fresh MILK llf JOHNSON'S DAIRY "You'll Like Our Own Ice Cream" SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! BIGGEST BUY IN TOWN! EXTERIOR WHITE PAINT 2"- l Colors as low as $4.49 gallon. LAMBERT'S "HOME CENTER JERRY LAMBERT, Owner 139 Public Sq. Knoxville, III. Phone 289-7306 DISCONTINUING Children's Clothing everthing must go! GIRLS' DRESSES Boys' Pants & Shirts $| $]00 and $2 00 Sizes 1 to 6x jjj |Q{^ (^ff G ' r '*' and boy *' sweater *' ,o<k '' Knoxville pajamas, blouses, sport shirts. FLOWER & GIFT SHOP 236 E. Main St. "Chuck Wagon" SPECIALS Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Reg. $2.95 - $3.95 - $4.95 2 19 2 89 3 89 •SUMMER SLACKS Buy one pair reg. price Second Pair ^ 59 (No alteration)-. 1 Summer SPORT COATS, Choice $15.95 "ON-THE-WALK" DILLIES Men's and Boys' SHOES, values to $10.95 $5 Ladies' and Kids' SUMMER SHOES $1.99 ONE TABLE ONE TABLE Misc $1.00 Misc.—2 for $5 GOFF APPAREL SHOP Knoxville, Illinois Fill 'Er Up ... with PLASTIC Laundry Boskets Ea. 49c REGULAR 59c POOR MATS lit MEL S«AYRS # RED * WHITE SUPER MARKET Super Shell Then leave it for an oil change and lubrico* Hon — while you have a good time during "Chuck Wagon" Day Saturday. Kelly's Shell Service time, bank from your car Convenient Drive-up Banking . . . plus Complete Bonking Service. See You Saturday at CHUCK WAGON" FESTIVAL Main and Broad Knoxville, Illinois Farmers National Bank of Knoxville Member FDIC KEEP COOL with an ELECTRIC FAN Four siies to choose from, All carry full five year guarantee. so 22* - 34 Carlson Services, Inc. HARDWARE and PAINT STORE 2221. Main St. Knoxville, 111.

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