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Saturday, July 20, 1963
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D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS MRS, CARRIE JACOB! Mrs. Carrie .Jacobi, 97, of Oklahoma City, Okla., formerly of Galesburg, tiled Tuesday" at a hospital there. Born at Geneseo, she was married to Harry Jacobi, They lived in Galesburg many years, moving to Oklahoma City in WW. She was a member of the Council of Jewish Women and Sisterhood of B'nai Israel. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Mack of 320 NW 40, Oklahoma City, with whom Mrs. Jacobi resided. Services were held Thursday at Fairlawn Mausoleum, Oklahoma City. MRS. ROSELLA COOPER KNOXVILLE - Services were held this afternoon at 2 p. m. at the Klinck Chapel for Mrs. Rosella Cooper, 81, who died Thursday. Rev. John it. Clarke officiated. Organist was Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke and soloist was Mrs. Beverly Clark. Burial was in the Knoxville Cemetery. Pallbearers were all grandsons. They were Weldoh and Arthur Cooper, Harold Fishel, Wayne Mohr, Arthur Dixon and Maurice Phillips. TONNIA KAY MILBURN Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 10 a. m. at the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home for Tonnia Kay Milburn, 15. Burial will be in the East Linwood Cemetery. She was fatally shot Wednesday in Indianapolis, Ind., where she was staying with a sister. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday evening. DR. F..K. KELLOGG WOODHULL - Funeral services for Dr. Frederick K. Kellogg, 90, of Mason, Mich., a former optometrist in Woodhull, were held Wednesday at the Ball and Dunn Funeral Home at Mason. Ml picturesque setting dependable . personnel conveniently located MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY West Main St. Route 34 MRS. VASHT1 LAFOLLETTE Sales Representative—Ph. 343-2205 KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois Mrs. Fairy E. Seward 808 E. Main, Knoxville Funeral services: SUNDAY - 2 P.M. at the KLINCK CHAPEL No visitation is planned. Interment at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Yean Mr. E. Leonard Sauter 637 E. North St. Funeral: 10 A.M. — MONDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday evening. —o— Mrs. J. Lyle Burrell Haines City, Florida Funeral: 2 P.M. - MONDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Monday morning. Burial was in Ihe Maple Grove Cemetery at Mason. Dr. Kello|g, one of the oldest optometrists in Illinois, died Monday at a Masonic hospital, where he was treated for a broken hip. Dr. Kellogg was an optometrist since 1908 and had practiced in Woodhull years ago. He had been practicing in Michigan since 1930. Dr. Kellogg was a life member of the Michigan and American Optometric Association, a life member of the Masonic Lodge and the Presbyterian Church. Survivors include the widow, Lucinda, to whom Dr. Kellogg had been married 69 years; two daughters, Mrs. Frances Woolley of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mrs. Helen Plumb of Flint, Mich.; a son Frederick of Grand Rapids; five grandchildren and four great­ grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. ,Genc Woolley and family of Woodhull attended the funeral services of their grandfather. MRS. FRANK C. HUND Requiem Mass was celebrated today at 9 a.m. in St. Patrick's Church for Mrs. Frank C. Hund, 85, of 815 S. Cedar St., who died Thursday. Rev. John Horan was celebrant of the Mass. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Arthur Rose, A. H. Telford, Ernest Fitzsimmons, R. J. Anderson, A. S. Barton and W. L. Fineran. Members of St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society served as an honorary escort. They included Mrs. Paul McKillip, Mrs. Karyl McKillip, Mrs. Harry Burke, Mrs. E. M. Johnson, Mrs. John mulhattan and Miss Catherine Fitzsimmons. HOMER WEBSTER TOULON-Homer Webster, 87, of West Jersey, died today at 7 a.m. at Kewanee Public Hospital, where he was a patient several weeks. He was a school director, West Jersey Township road commissioner and supervisor. He was born Jan. 20, 1876, at West Jersey Township, Stark County, and attended Washington County School and the old Toulon Academy two years. He was married to Mary E. Cromein in September 1898, and she died in 1945. Mr. Webster was a member of the West Jersey Odd Fellow Lodge and received a 50-year pin about 10 years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Iceil Carroll and Miss Mary Webster, of West Jersey; three sons, Rolland and John of West Jersey, and Don of Laura; 10 grandchildren'and 17 great-grandchildren. Funeral and burial arrangements are being arranged,at the Kidd Funeral Home in Toulon. IRVING G. GARCELON Funeral services for Irving G. Garcelon, 56,. of Knoxville, a community leader and former Galesburg Chamber of Commerce president who died Thursday, were conducted at 3:30 p.m. today at Oak csCa .awn MEMORIAL GARDENS Beautiful Serene Reverent 342-5319 or 342-0061 HENDRICKS FUNERAL HOME Oneida, III. ========= i i Mrs. Nellie B. Doubet Williamsfield Funeral services: SUNDAY - 2:30 P.M." at the WILLIAMSFIELD METHODIST CHURCH. Friends may call this evening at the family home east of Williamsfield. InTerment at the Williamsfield Mausoleum. H INCH LI FF a PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPa 287 N. Broad Phone 343-2101 MRS. JOHN P. KLEIN - 1563 N. Cherry St. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening at the funeral home. MISS TONNIA KAY MILBURN — Indianapolis, Ind. Formerly of Galesburg. Services 10 A.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Monday evening at the funeral home. Central Congregatldnat Church. Rev. Wi T. Lippeft, pastor, offt* dated, and burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers wefe .f. William Eddy, William Kirchberg, Edward Lammers, Robert Evans, George Isaacson and George Heidenblut. Honorary pallbearers were Wallace Nelson, Willafd Sines, Gene Hebard, Edwin Pettit, Ernest Hauscr and Henry Miles. •Glenn Most sang, accompanied by Mrs. A. B. Rosine. MRS. H. tt. COLLINGS Funeral services for Mrs. H. H. Collings, 58, of 213 Linneus Ave., who died Wednesday, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at First Lutheran Church by Richard Kennedy, intern, assisted by Rev. Floyd Case of Cameron. Burial was at Silent Home Cemetery at Cameron. Pallbearers were George Lawton, Clair Walker, Leonard Parish, Fred Herron*, W. M. Hallas and Clifford Lehman. Mrs. Elon Blucker sang, accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Van Norman. MRS. DELLA RODGERS MONMOUTH—Funeral services for Mrs. Delia Young Rodgers, 146 N. Verend St.', Los Angeles, who died Thursday in Los Angeles, will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Turnbull Chapel, with burial in Monmouth Cemetery. Mrs. Rodgers was born on a farm near Eleanor and attended Denny School. She was married to Alexander Rodgers and lived many years on their ranch in Canada. She later moved to California. They returned to the Monmouth and Little York areas and some years ago Mrs. Rodgers moved to California to be with her sisters. She was a member of the First United Presbyterian Church of Monmouth, the Berean Class and Woman's Association of the church, and the Puritan and Cavalier Chapter of DAR. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Helen Ramsey and Mrs. Rachel Simcox, of Los Angeles. She was preceded in death by her husband, five sisters and a brother. Rio Area News Items RIO — Miss Donna Bodeen is attending church camp in Lewistown with a group from the Alpha Methodist Church. Sunday visitors at the C. H. Meadows home were Mrs. Meadows' brothers, James Addis, Peoria, and Dean Addis and wife of Yates City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Galbreath and Jimmy attended the wedding of his niece, Miss Vera Lynn Galbreath, Galesburg, to Dean Combs of. London Mills at the Henderson Grove Lutheran Church July 13. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cams and Miss Delores Kenny. Sunday callers at the Roger Loveridge home were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Loveridge, Galesburg. They also visited at the home of their granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Swanson and husband, at Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sexton, David and Rickie were Sunday- dinner guests in the home y of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lunnemann, Galesburg. Miss Alta Kay Loveridge, Rio, and Miss Becky Vannoy, Oneida, entertained a group of classmates at a surprise birthday party honoring Miss Linda Tracy of Oneida Tuesday, in the Loveridge home. Games were played, followed by a cookout at the close of the evening. Other guests were David and Danny Holms, Mike Pheiffer, Oneida; Miss Teresa Strange, Altona; Miss Debbie Walker, Victoria, and Miss Carol Rednour, Gary Miller, David Sexton and Bill Henderson, Rio. READ THE WANT ADSI Benefit Set For Maquon Parsonage MAQUON — The parsonage committee will sponsor a homemade ice cream and cake social July 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Maquon Village Park. In case of rain, it will be held in the church dining room. Proceeds will be used on improvements on the parsonage dining room and halls. Maquon Briefs Tom Davis, who had spent a month at the Sunburn Western Big Springs Camp, near Florissant, Colo., returned,home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moats of Springfield spent Saturday night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Moats. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Braham of Yates City spent an evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Brown. Mrs. Loraine Taylor of Alcdo spent the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McWilliams. Mrs. Jessie Reed of Williamsfield spent a few days' with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swearingen and former neighbor, Mrs. Ethel Conger. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Clark and granddaughters Linda and Kathy of Laura spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tompkins at Dwight. Mrs. Hal Buckingham and daughter Cheryl Kay, of Galesburg, accompanied her father, George McKenna, to Iowa City Monday, where McKenna had an eye examination at the University of Iowa City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faucon and daughter Alberta returned home from a 10-day vacation trip. They, with the Robert Prillars of Roanoke, spent three days fishing at Chetex, Wis., and a week at the Floyd Thurman resort at Cumberland, Wis. Burton Cecil took care of the farm chores during their absence, Members of the MYF of the Maquon church attending Epworth Camp at Lewistown this week are Susan Donaldson, Marilyn Knox, Kyle Kennelly and John Burnett. Andrea Wallace of the Douglas Methodist Church went with the Maquon group. Mr. and Mrs. W. E, McWilliams attended the annual Pennington family reunion Sunday at Lake Storey, Galesburg. Mi-, and Mrs. Robert Carpenter and daughter Valerea Ann of Clinton, Iowa, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bright. Mrs. Susie Taylor and son Garland of Harvey, spent a few hours Saturday at their home on Third Street. Taylor taught at Harvey the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swearingen attended the Heart of Illinois Fair at Peoria Monday. Gafesbura Register-Mail, Galesburg, HI. Saturday, Jufv 20* 1963 l §4 Avon Man Injured in Freak Mishap . AVON—Dale Holcomb was seriously injured Friday when a car he was working on hit him, ran into another car and pushed a third auto through the garage wall where it dropped eight feet to the ground below. Holcomb was working on the automatic transmission on the car and had the emergency brake on, when the brake released. He was taken by Brand ambulance to Cottage Hospital in Galesburg where it was learnod he had a fractured limb and was to undergo surgery Friday morning. Holcomb operates his own garage at his home on Courtland Street. OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williamt WELL, GOOD fiOSH.WHy DIP YOU T WELL .THEY'RE HIS STEAKS, HAVE TO PICK OKI ME TO KEEP / BUT THEV COST MOhlEV CHECKIW UP ON HIM? I TURNED* ) AWP I'M NOT<30IM<3TO 'EM ONCE WHILE HEWASPOZIM' / LET THEM &OTO RUIM.' AM' HE WOKE UP AND TOLD ME / WOW MARCH OUT THERE TO BUTT OUT OF HIS (3RILL AKJD <3ET THAT MEAT TENDIM'— IF I DO ITAGAIM Mil OFF THE FIRE BEFORE HE'LL BE MAP.' __^trflWP 'l/ ' T ' s CHARCOALED TO A CINDER/ 1^ III! ^pH 'iniui ipjyi Kids mi; mi 6RAMRAW 7-se Medic, Filipino Guerrilla Reunited After 17 Years MOLINE, III. (AP)-It took 17 years and five children, but a Filipino guerrilla fighter and an American medic who gave him medicine to save his baby finally got together to reminisce about World War II. Maj. Lcopoldo C. Platon, 47, of the Philippines Quartermaster Corps, and Leslie Ingelson, 53, now a Molinc factory worker, held a four-day reunion this week at Ingelson's home. Maj. Platon, in the United States since last December for a U.S. Army course at Ft. Lee, Va., was on his way back home. He left Molinc Thursday. It wouldn't be exactly correct to say the reunion in Molinc was a renewal of the friendship that began 17 years ago: Pictures Exchanged "We have exchanged letters and pictures of our children all these years," the major explained. "I didn't have to meet these two girls (Ingelson's daughters, Jeannine, 9, and Linda, 12) to know them—I've known them all their lives." When Jeanette, 16, Roberto Leslie, 10, and Elizabeth, 6, were born to the Platons, pictures went to Moline. Their only son was named for the. American medic. Mrs. Platon, who holds a bachelor's degree in home economics and a master's in English and works for the Philippine government, corresponded with Verna Ingelson. The story begins in 1945, after American troops had returned to the Philippines. Platon, who survived the Bataan Death March, was one of the Filipinos interned by the Japanese. Ingelson was a combat medic, a corporal in the 24th Medical Battalion of the 24th Infantry Division. The division was sent along on a secret mission to destroy Japanese artillery in Ramblon City on Ramblon Island The city was taken house-by- house. After the victory, American medics treated sick and wounded civilians as well as troops. Wife, Baby Hidden "Then one day, in came this rugged little man," Ingelson recalled. "He was exhausted from days of travel through the snake and Jap-infested forests of the is land." "He told us his wife and baby were hidden high in the mountains and the baby was dying. He didn't dare bring them to us as he was marked for execution by the Japanese if he were captured. ." • Platon described his baby's sickness to Ingelson, who gave the fighter the appropriate medicine- plus a large supply of atabrine for the malaria from which the medic noticed Platon was suffering. After getting the medicine back to his wife, Salud, and baby, Yolanda—now 18—Platon returned to his underground activity, taking up spying for the Americans. His activities often brought Platon to Ramblon City, and he took up Ingelson's invitation to drop in and see him. The friendship warmed, and developed into a musical duet, with Platon at the piano.and Ingelson, a bass, singing old American favorites. This week's meeting was the first since March 1945, when Ingelson's outfit was shipped out for the battle of Mindanao Island. The war ended Aug. 14 of that year, and Platon was still a guerrilla fighter. "But each time I looked at Yolanda, I remembered the wonderful, big GI with the beautiful voice and the big heart. I loved him all over again and so did my wife." Perhaps appropriately, Yolanda is now a medical student in Manila. 4-H Group Performs At Belmont BELMONT - The Bald Bluff Homemakers Extension Association met at the church Tuesday. Guests were Mrs. Edward Smith and John, Mrs. Henry Kinney, Mrs. Clyde Campbell, Mrs. Arthur Campbell, Mrs. Harold Swcnson and baby, Mrs. Donald Pattison and daughters, Mrs. Dean Anderson and Karen, Mrs. Leo Smith, Mrs. Harold McNcal, Debbie and Diane Glidden, Mrs. Robert Hale, Miss Kathy Peterson, Miss Janice and Larry Johnson and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson. This was also the local achievement day for the 4-H Club girls. Those who were in the show were Barbara Campbell, Penny Rowley, Rhonda Swenson, Mary Kay McNeal, Marcia Anderson, Cynthia Kauzlarich, Lois Melton, Linda Melton, Toni Kauzlarich, Linda Dreher, Carol Hall and Sally Kauzlarich. Pertaining to the safety project, "Ways of Viewing the Eclipse," was given by Marcia Anderson. A group of songs from Broadway were sung by the girls. Music Appreciation was an extra project. Sally Kauzlarich was the narrator with Mrs. Dean Anderson at the piano. Piano solos were by Linda Dreher, Lois Melton and Toni Kauzlarich; organ solo, Rhonda Swenson; vocal solos, Penny Rowley and Barbara Campbell. Miss Carol Hale gave a talk on her experiences at 4-H camp as a camper and counselor this summer. Sally and Carol were the junior leaders. The following demonstrations were given: "Egg and Tuna Scallop" by Trudy Hale; "Fruit Punch," Cynthia Kauzlarich; "How to Make Muffins," Mary Kay McNeal; "How to Make Cocoa," Linda Melton, and "How to Make Meatloaf," Kathy Smith. There were 14 girls in the club with Mrs. Paul Dreher and Mrs. Dean Anderson as the leaders. Belmont Briefs Ricky, Debbie and Diane Glidden of Aledo are visiting this week at the Harold McNeal home. Mrs. Torrence Free entertained the committee for the bloodmobile project of Bald Bluff and Oquawka townships at a coffee recently. Those present were Mrs. Dayton DeVore, Mrs. Vincent Carlson, Mrs. Paul Shaw, Mrs. Dean Addleman, Mrs. Dean Anderson, Mrs. Fred Olson and Mrs. Pete Fredrickson. Mr. and Mrs. James Free and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kinney ate dinner m Oquawka Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Jim and Tommy Free and Henry Kinney. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dreher and children entertained the Dwight Ricketts family at supper at Lake Warren Sunday. Bloodmobile Slates Stop At Toulon TOULON — The next bloodmobile visit in Stark County will be Aug. 20 in Toulon. The quota is 130 pints. Stark County recently sent several donors to Peoria for a special collection. To Church Camp Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Miller took their daughter Janice and Connie Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt, to Springfield Sunday. They are attending Baptist Church Camp at Lake Springfield. Toulon News Notes Mrs. Rena Catton has entered Kewanee Public Hospital for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Tryman Hosford of San Luis Obispo, Calif., have been visiting her mother Mrs. Edith Leigh. Miss Margaret Allen of Jacksonville is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Alice Allen and sister, Miss Pauline Allen- READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Oneida Youths To Enter College ONEIDA — Two local youths, Alan D. Hannam and Gordon E. Morris, have been accepted at Iowa Wesleyan College for the fall semester. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hannum and Mrs. Isabel Morris. Iowa Wesleyan is a four-year liberal arts college in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, and had an enrollment of 700 last year. Top§ Chicago Mart ALTONA—Keith Main of Altona topped the Chicago hog market Thursday with 113 Hampshire and white butchers averaging 203 pounds at $19.75. The attractive meaty-type butchers showing desirable conformation and balance were the only hogs to reach the extreme top price that day. They were purchased for an Eastern specialty trade and were sold by Clyde Davis, hog salesman for the National Livestock Commission Co. The market toppers were trucked to market by John Lawrence, also of Aitona. Four tons of raw materials are required to produce a ton of steel; two tons of iron and the rest is coal, limestone and other items. STARTING SUNDAY See ELVIS in "IT HAPPINIO AT THi WORID'S FAIR" CAM THEATRE CAKL Knoxville Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATS effective April l, 1953 Word* 7-day* 4-day* txlaj 1*20 ( 3.36 | 134 I 1.30 21-28 1 »92 1 2.<» 1.43 26-30 | 4.37 1. 2.90 14W 31-38 | 5.10 Ml 36-40 1 662 J I 2.07 41-3S | 6.8S 1 *•» , | 2.32 46-50 | 7.28 1 4.84 2.68 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) .600 Card ot Thanlu ^ 1 -lnch or In Memorlama V less Lodge Notices J (2.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. GET PROFESSIONAL cleaning result! — f«nt trie Caf Jjet Shiwpooef, , per day with jMtfeHMt.ftf .inti Lustre. Kellof* Drake & £«, Malt Help Waato4~t MAN — TA tetvlce route m Galesburg local. Home ever* night, 22-40. married. PfiMe 841* 9342. NO STRIKES-no layoffs. All over-time you went. Married to 35. Write Box 065. care Register-Mail. Card of Thanks 1 WlSH to take this opportunity to thank my many friends, neighbors and relatives £or Ihe cards, letters and flowers that were sent me while I was a patient in the Cottage hospital. All were greatly appreciated by me. Mrs. Gerald Landon, Abingdon, 111. In Mcmoriams BYBEE, ROSABELLE — Tn loving memory of my step-mother who passed away one year ago, July 21, 1362. 1 do not forget you, nor do I intend; I think ot you often, and will to the end. Gone and forgotten by some you may be, But dear to my memory you ever will be. Charlotte. LOCAL BUSINESS OFFICE OPENING Immediate opening for person with good business qualifications, to qualify for this opening you must be married, age 2.1 to 40 and at least a high school graduate. Salary will be discussed at first Interview. All inquiries will be held In strict confidence. For appointment Call 343-3414. B A.M. to 12 noon or 343-4492 after 4 P.M. AUTO MECHANIC WANTED : We need a man with experience, steady work guaranteed, vacation with pay and hospitalization plan. Vou will have a fine group of fellows to work with. A General Motors dealer. Write Box 654, care Register- Mail. BOWMAN, Richard — In loving memory of our son and brother who passed away 2 years ago, July 21, 1061. His smiling way and pleasant face, Are a pleasure to recall: He had a kindly word for each, And died beloved by all. Some day we hope to meet him, Some day, we know not when. To clasp his hand in the better land, Never to part again. Nothing can ever take away, The love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps him near. Mom and Dad, Edna Mae. CARLSON, Winifred (Winnie) In loving memory of our wife and mother who passed away 1 year ago today, July 20, 1962 A light is from our household gone, A voice we loved is stilled. A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. Some may think you are forgotten, Though pn earth you are no morq, But in memory you are with us As you always were before Our lips can not tell how we miss her Our hearts cannot tell what to say. God alone knows how we miss her In a home that is lonesome today. Husband, B. W. (Ben'l Carlson, Daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. (Betty) Palmer. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD. MARRIED man, small family, experienced with machinery, livestock. References required. Write Box 652, care Register- Mail. AUTO PARTS MAN WANTED Experienced. Write Box 655, % Register-Mail. ACTIVE man on . pension for part time work taking care ot Belle Isle Apts. Mechanically minded. Lawn work. Clean steady work. Inquire at Belle Isle office in Basement of South Building, Wednesday, July 24, after 10 a.m. or write to Chas. E. Yoder, Belle Air. Burlington, la. Female Help Wanted—6 DAY WAITRESS 5 day week, uniforms and meals furnished. See Mrs. Greenstreet or Mr. Peck. Apply 4 to 6 p.m. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN WANTED — Girls to be models. Excellent pay for few hours work. Can be combined with present employment, on part time basis. Will be In locality within next 2 weeks for Interviews. Must be over 21 years. Call or write for application, Joan Millman Model Agency, 401 Brady St., Davenport. Phone 326-6041. EXPERIENCED MAID For Motel work. Call 342-0109. NATIONAL Company wants dependable woman to work In booth at the county fair of Galesburg. No selling. Write giving age, local references. Box 648, care Register-Mail^ COOK WANTED Hours 12 to 8. Apply Manager, LeClaire Hotel, Galva. FOUNTAIN girl wanted. Meals and uniforms furnished. Good hours. Apply in person. American Beauty Restaurant.. 308 E. Main. Lodge Notices EAGLES AUXILIARY No. 518 EAGLES Auxiliary 518. Special meeting for Ritual and Drill members and Auxiliary members, Monday, July 22, 7 p.m. Vivian Wilson, M.P. Matilda Zachmeyer, Sec'y. Lost and Found—1 HOSPITAL pin lost in or near A & P Food Market on East Main. Identified by name Ruth Marsh on front of pin. Reward. Call 342-6086. GONE FOR GOOD? Not if you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. BASEBALL MITT- LOST—Stan Musial first basemans for right hand thrower, July 1 at Little League Park. Phone 342-3481 Roger Callahan. Business Service— 2 STOMBERG - DAVIS RADIO - TV Antenna installations. Knoxville, 111. Phone Days 289-5256, Nights 289-5471 or 289-6236. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square 343-6535. Nile 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^ Weed Mowing E. J. MARTIN-342-0521 DRYWALL installed finished and textured. Sprayed on accoustic ceilings. Free estimates. Call Phillip's Drywall, 5153 Elmwood. Ill Box 834.' Gabe's Tree Service All types, expert work. Free estimates. Insured. Phone 343-1386 between 8 A.M. and 9:30 P M. Painting and Decorating Building and Remodeling. Free Estimates. Call 342-8214. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleases us WE APPRECIATE your business Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal 343-8665 or 3434136 SPECIAL furnace cleaning with power vacuum truck. Cleans all cold "and hot air pipes, furnaces and chimney. $10.95. 3424216. GAS FURNACES Sold and installed. 343-4796 Personal-Special Notice—4 AMATEUR contestants wanted — August 8, 9, Table Grove, III. $10 for first four places. Winners to return Aug. 10, competing for $75. $50, $25, $10. Write Rex CoJ- lins, Box 113, Table Grove. IJ1. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargain! In clothing, appliance* and furniture. PART Time stenographer, transportation necessary. Give qualifications and work record. All application kept confidential. Write P. O. Box 902. Galesburg. WANTED — Woman to help make pies, Fremont House, 260 E. Fremont. Apply in person. Male, Female Help Wanted—7 SEVERAL men and women, to work full or part time. Car necessary. Write Box 657, % Register-Mail. MEN or women to serve regular customers on Route. $5 ,009 per year and up. Part time work available also. Apply 4-8 P.M. at 218 N. Henderson St., Galesburg. Employment Wanted— 8 DEPENDABLE, experienced lady desires full time Nurses' Aide work. For personal interview write Box 649, care Register- Mall. WASHINGS — IRONINGS Shirts, curtains, lace tablecloths. Water softener. Rates to steady customers. 343-4796. 531 E. Brooks. EXPERIENCED middle -aged lady wants baby sitting. Will work in motherless home, or care for semi-invalid. Live In. Permanent. Phone 342-5969. [ Business Opportunity—10 Before Yon INVEST. INVESTIGATE! The Galesburg Restate? - MaO attempt* to determine the reliability ot the advertiser la all •da requiring an invaitment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. FRED BURGLAND, REALTOR 343-9251 Hill Arcade 343-717B Completely equipped ready to go Restaurant or Steak House near Galesburg. Centrally air- conditioned, on 1 ncrn, including a 3 bedroom home. Both buildings 2 years old. Gas heat. $11,000 down, $168.14 monthly, covers everything. Let's talk this over. WANTED TO BUY—In Galesburg. Tavern. Write Box 617, care Register-Mail. All replies confidential. Toy Poodle Business Other business forces me to sacrifice Toy Poodle Business. Want someone to raise Toy Poodles on sh.ires or otherwise. All dogs and the best of equipment, if you wish to make money and have a fine dog or puppy. See rue at 892 McClure St. or Ph. 342-1009. BARBER SHOP. 5 chairs Kokeri Club equipment. In large established shopping centrr. Excellent business Phone Mr. Mc- C^id_cn ; _J177-72.W i _Decatur : JU. COMBINATION Standard" fi'i'l Station and Restaurant doing good business Reason for selling: Have been appointed postmaster Media, III. on Route 116. O K. Held. Media, III For SALE or LEASE due to death of owner SHELF. SERVICE STATION located In west- central Illinois Has proven gal- lonage and outstanding business House and garage alio vailable. For further information contact S. E Holmes, Bux 401. Roseville, Illinois. BEAUTY Salon "in large shopping center. 6 operators. Lucrative income. Well established Salon. Phone Mr. McCaddcn, 872-7255. Dccatur^ Iir__ SMALL bufciricstf wanted or will buy into business a* partner. Write Box 6M curt RegtsUr- Mail. All replies confidential(Continued on page W

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