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I Home Address DOROTHY WH1TSITT CORRESPONbfiNT Adams Phone SHOWSTOPPERS — These three childVen were the stars of the annual Senior Woman's Club Flower and Style Show in Yates City Friday afternoon, and they're looking over prize winning flowers. From left to right arc Karen Howell, Richard Boothc and Sharon Howell. The girls are twins. The zinnias on the left were picked as the best in the junior division, arranged by Marilyn Goodyear. Mrs. Ray Allen won the prize for the most unusual arrangement. Hers are in the teapot. The three children models in the show. were (Register-Mail photo by Robert LcMay) KN MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT r Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Bond to Present Concert KNOXVILLE—The Knoxville band under the direction of Charles Knapp will present a concert in the city park tonight at 8 o'clock. The program is "Hosts of Freedom," "Mystic Garden Overture," "Moon River," "Alley Cat/' "Mi*. Joe "Amparito Roca March," ' "Pennies from Heav- March," 1 ' "The en, Moods Billboard," 4 t Two Post," "Blame it on Nova," "Colonel Bogey," sic Man," "Hall of Fame, "The National Anthem." Overture, Jlame it "Washington the Bossa Mu- and Homemakers Meet At Country Home Knox Unit of Homemakers Ex- circle with reading the "Deeds" taken from the ft poem Voice of Gladness Meditations," written by Bertha Weakley Carrier of Galesburg. Mrs. John Clarke, chairman of the circle, responded to the many in attendance. Those who served the breakfast were Mrs. Lillie Mc- Elvvain, Mrs. Emma England, tension met for a potluck picnic [Wayne Howarter, Mrs. Miles dinner at the country home of Jackson assisted by Mrs. Robert •a! sa ^^^^^^^^si ^1 ^ssl ^^^s^^^aa! a^^a ^i^^ ^^^saa. ^^ea ^F ^a^ ^^^1 ^sal ^^^B^B^^^^^^^^B^ BI ^sal ^^^1 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss. COUNTY OF KNOX ) IN COUNTY COURT, In Probate CASE No. 63-P-227 In the Matter of the Probate of the Will of AUGUST F. SUNDBERG, Deceased. TO: lone Lane, Effie Limpke, Walter Sail, Winnie Brown, Florence Trunnell, Viola Brown, LeRoy Ostrom, Florence Krause, Julius Johnson, Edna Hallstrom, Mildred Helms, Rose Crump, Ivan Mabel Clark. Hilma Lindgren, Larson and Clark, Unknown Heirs of Mrs. Edgar Moorehead Friday with Mrs. George Leng assistant hostess. . Mrs. Wayne Howarter, newly- elected chairman, conducted the business meeting at which time she appointed Mrs. John Fry, 4-H chairman, and Mrs. Kenneth Witherell, publicity chairman. Mrs. Edwin Griffith, board member, announced Homemakers Extension Annual Day Oct. 7 and reported the home adviser, Caryl Showker, has resigned. Mrs. Wayne Howarter and Mrs. Witherell volunteered to work at the health booth at the Knox County Fair, Mrs. John Derham Sr. was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Lcc Turner and Mrs. Clarence Carpenter gave the major lesson, "Dairy Foods Demonstration." Recipes demonstrated were popovers, a tossed fruit salad with buttermilk salad dressing, and hamburgher stroganoff. Shenaut, Mrs. William Parker and Mrs. George Leng. DeLong 4-H'ers Tour Dickson Mounds Members of the DeLong Models 4-H Club went on a trip recently to the Dickson Mounds. A picnic lunch was served after which a meeting was held. Com- Galesburg, Illinois August F. Sundberg, Deceased, Notice is hereby given that an Instrument in writing purporting to be the Will of AUGUST F. SUNDBERG, Deceased, and the) petition for probate of said Will have been filed in said Court and that said instrument will be offered for probate, in the County Court, in probate, at the Cdurt House in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, on the 3rd day of September, 1963, at 10:30 o'clock A.M., at which time and place all interested parties may appear and show cause why said instrument should not be admitted to probate. Dated this 20th day of July, 1963. (SEAL) SAMUEL II. HINCHMAN, Tour Related for Rotarians ABINGDON—Highlights of a European toiir wfere related to- Ab* ingdon Rotary Club Wednesday evening by Rotarian Everett Carlberg. The trip was sponsored by Navy Recreations Council arid travel was by air jet. Mr. and Mrs. Carlberg and their group left May 21 and returned June 18. Countries visited were England, Holland, Belgium, Italy, Ger? many, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Monaco and France. Pat Redington served as program chairman. Guests were Rotarians Norton Rider, Galesburg; Carl Wagner, Bushnell, and Harry Rhea, Monmouth. A report was presented by Carl Bovard, secretary. Play Recording A recording by Rotary International President Carl Miller of Los Angeles, Calif., was played to outline his program for the Rotary year which will be the pairing up of Rotary districts and clubs in one part of the world with other clubs and districts in different sections of the world in an effort to further promote international understanding. Action was taken to cancel the regular meeting scheduled for August and accept Monmouth Rotary Club invitation to attend its annual chicken charcoal supper on that date. A directors meeting and club assembly followed the regular meeting when Rev. John Buran, president, outlined duties of all committees and plans for preparing reports prior to district governor's Sept. 4 visit. Methodist Church Engages Rev. Davis Rev. Billy Davis will be the featured speaker at special services in the Abingdon Methodist Church July 26 at 8 p.m. and at the worship service July 28 at 10:45 a.m. and at service July 28 at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Mr. Davis is in the United States on furlough from his station at Kapanga, in Katanga Province in the Congo, Africa. This is the place where Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Wolford 4 of Abingdon are stationed. They are from Abingdon. At the July 26 meeting the Rev. Mr. Davis will show slides of the work at Kapanga station. At the two services July 28 he will be OSCAR B. CASHMAN (above), of Abingdon will celebrate his 97th birthday Tuesday. Mr. Cashman, the father of Claude * Cashman, former Galesburg + alderman, and Mrs. Leila Garrett of Galesburg, has three grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and five great-great­ grandchildren. The Cashmans live at 103 E. Adams St., Abingdon. He has lived his entire life in Knox and Warren County area. Mr. Cashman has only recently retired from active participation in business and still drives his car, He is one of Knox County's eldest citizens. p D P P P O Clerk of the County Court. the guest preacher. Bert E, McLaughlin Bank of Galesburg Bldg. ing events announced were Finale Attorney Day at George Churchill Junior High School July 23. All exhibits 7/20-27; 8/3; 3T. Baton Twirlers Entertain Group Baton twirlers from Knoxville performed at the ice cream social at Henderson recently. Penny llotlman's Pcnnyeites included Linda Knox, Patty and Julie Kelly of Galesburg, Debbie Ralston, Karen and Lynn Lynch, Julie, Paula, and Carol Myers, Connie Wells and Patty Hoffman. They twirled in groups, trios, duets and solos. Miss Penny Hoffman twirled in a trio, solo and did a flag baton routine. Return to Home Mrs. Lowid Baker and children have returned to home in Fort Collins, Colo., alter a 2-week visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Wilt. are to be on display by 8:30 a.m. Local Achievement Day is July | STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 25 at 1:30 p.m. at Orange Chapel Hall to which the public was invited. Orange Homemakers Extension Unit is sponsor of the club this year. There will be a cookout at the home of Anna Meier July 30 at 1:30 p.m. Girls are to bring their 4-H records completed. A talk on "Dental Health" was given by Anna Meier, Chaperones for the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mrs. Max Sanford, Mrs. Ray James and Robert, and Mrs. Dorrance Berry and Paul. trip were Howarter, Mrs. four their Norlli Henderson Circles Give Parlv ai Research NORTH HENDERSON -Seventeen members of the Woman's Society of the Methodist held the Methodist Church a ward party at the Galesburg State Research Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lee Varde chairman. Hospital was host Jean and Circle Members Honored at Coffee Members of the Mary Ann Conway Circle of the Methodist is research Wolford Circle took home-made pies to the ward for men. Mildred Taylor Circle was in charge of the program and games. Favors were given. The circles have ward for adopted this the year. Food chairmen were Mrs. Ed Mrs. Frank Peterson. Axcell and ) SS. COUNTY OF KNOX ) In the Circuit Court of Knox CJountv, Illinois. MECHANICS HOMESTEAD AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation, Galesburg, Illinois, Plaintiff, vs. RALPH BARKER AND MEDORA B. BARKER, Defendants. FORECLOSURE. Chancery Case No. 62-C-130. Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree entered in the above captioned cause by said court at the June, 1962, Term thereof, I, John J. Blake, Master in Chancery of said court, will, on Monday, August 12, 1963, at 10:30 in the forenoon of said day, at the north front door of the Courthouse in the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest and best bidder or bidders, for cash, the real estate described in said Decree, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said Decree, said real estate being described as follows: Lot Twenty-two in Windcrest Acres, a Sub-division of the East 40 acres of the West 80 acres of the Southwest Quarter of Section Two, Township Ten North, Range One East of the F o u r I h Principal Meridian, County of Knox and to Abingdon News Notes Abington Fall Festival Association will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Legion Hall. Abingdon Rebekah past noble grands will convene in the home of Mrs. Verna Dunlap July 26 at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ethel Knapp as assistant hostess. Fifty-one youth attended the recent teen hop in American Legion Home. Music for dancing was furnished by the Corals. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ledis served as chaperones. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby State of easements Illinois, and subject restrictive Church were honored with a oof- i persons that fee served Friday in the all-purpose room of the new Educational Building. During the post year they have had the largest attendance at general circle meetings. Prayer was given by Rev. Miles Jackson and the vice chairman, Marilyn Howarter, honored the STARTING SUNDAY See ELVIS in "IT HAPPfNEP AT THE WORLD'S FAIR" given to all Monday, September covenants of record. Upon such sale being made, I will Give to the purchaser or a certificate or certifi- 2, 1963, is (he claim date in estate of ELLEN give purchasers the i cates JANE WALLICK. Deceased, pending in the Country Court of Knox Count v Mi- nois and that claims mav be filed j against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of i purchased amount bid the time describing and the N. Henderson News Topics NORTH HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson attended the wedding of Miss Marilyn Roberts and Douglas Campbell at the Galesburg First Methodist Church Julv 13. Mrs. Johnson helped with the gifts. Mrs. Wayne McDowell and Terry have returned to Osceola, Iowa, after visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fox and family and other relatives. McDowell is in Ohio taking at meat cutting course. The McDowell's were former residents of North Henderson. Adolph Cokel of Galesburg visited Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meeker. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Johnson are having a new house built on Main Street. Basement was dug out the past week. Mrs. Francis Olson, with her father Edward Wright of Galesburg, went to Cambridge. Neb. after being called there by the death of her grandfather, Andrew Bursjarde. Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington. Eastbound 0 Fast Mail 3K)S a 30 AkSarBen -—..-5:55 a 10 Denver Zephyr — 7:52 a 2 LocflJ -_8:50 18 California Zephyr — 12:31 12 Nebraska ZephyT 7*05 Burlington Waatbound 3 to Omaha, Unco In i 48 65 to Kansas City —— 1:55 a 7 to Denver 3:55 a 35 to Kansas City 3 .-00 11 to Omaha Lincoln —3:10 17 to California 6:32 1 to Denver . 8:22 Santa Pa, E ail bound 20 Chlei 4 40 a 16 Texas Chief 6:40 a 18 Super Chief- El Capital 11:10 a 2 S.* ChUf 11:45 a 124 Grand Canyon 2:20 12 Chicaj. an 5:50 Santa Fa, Waatbound t> K. c. Chief . 2:35 19 Chief . . 12:55 *23 Grand Canyon 3:20 1 S.F Chief* 7:05 Texas Chief 9:55 Super Chief- * El Capital 10 25 •—PI a estop Ozark. Northbound Plight 140 to Chicago* H:53 a 6<* to Chicago* _4 45 p Ozark, Southbound to St. Lo .iis •• _ 12:26 p. •—Except Sundav •• — Except Saturday BUS SCHEDULES Waatbound To West Coast 6:55 a. To West Coast 1:20 p. 1o West Coast 9:45 M Eaitbound To East Coast 12,01 To East Coast 8:00 _ Southbound To St. Louis 10:00 ^ Northbound To Davenport ,.a?yn p To Peo 'a ^ 1:15 p To Peoria 8:25 P D 1 17 P P P o m m m m m m m m m m rn m m rh m m m m m m m m m m 141 FOR SALE Hoipoini Portable Automatic Dishwasher. Excellent condition. Culling board top. Front loading. Phone Bio 872-2682. FOR SALE Universal Jeep with full Cab. 15" Tires, TraUer Hitch, Turn Signals. 112! COURT ST. PHONE 343^8108 FOR SALE ROAD GRAVEL 75c TON k UP LAWRENCE DOWIN London Mill*, 111.—Ph. HU 6-3306 5 miles* East ot Jet. 41 and 116. premises e !spent a or paid therefor, unci J rolntives when the purchaser. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Olson weekend in Polo with REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are n,m cattle, «,*» hogs and 700 sheep. WASHINGTON (UP!) dent Kennedy's top scientific advisers leave today to inspect Southern Illinois coal fields to determine the potential energy of the coal industry as a source ftjr the nation's future energy. The National Coal Association chose Southern Illinois because of the highly modernized surface and underground mines in operation there, an association spokesman said. NCA is seeking to persuade the President's advisers that since great amounts of coal can be produced at low cost, and that reserves of coal are available, it is not necessary to subsidize atomic energy. h- The association plans to show what already has been accomplished through research and what is the potential for increased investments for research in the industry. The party, consisting of government advisers, United Mine Workers officials, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad officials and NCA executives, was scheduled to arrive at Salem, 111., on Sunday shortly after noon. Tour by Air Their mine inspection schedule r to include an airborne tour is from nearby Mount Vernon to the Southern Illinois coal fields, in- eluding surface mine operations and mined-over land reclamation. The party Sunday was scheduled to view from the air a large wheel excavator working in conjunction with a 70-yard strip shovel and river loading facilities. The group will return to Washington on Wednesday morning. The Southern Illinois tour includes: —Monday: a tour in the morning of Old Ben Coal Corp. mine No. &l at Sesser; a bus trio to p. Fidelity mine No, 11 of the United Electrical Coal Co. at Du Quoin; an afternoon visit to the cleaning plant of the Bell & Zoller Coal Co. Zeigler No. 4 mine at Johnston City; and if time permits, a t op- side visit to the Sahara No. 6 mine of the Sahara Coal ,Co. at Harrisburg, and to the D,elta Mine at the Carmac Coal Co. of Marion where overburdened removal achieved by strip shovels working in union with drag lines. Monday evening there will be WANTED Experienced Married Man lor year around farm work. Modern home. Good wages Be Bonui tor the right man. Phone 289-9203 or Farmington 245-2054. MIXED HAY WANTED • Call or tee—Bill Bowen, care Wertheimer Cattle Co.. Inc.— CBacQ STOCKYARDS Galesburg. 111.—Tel. 343-5112 LARGE BACKYARD SALE Saturday Evening Sunday Afternoon Lots ot Different Merchandise For Sale. Corner o! Meek IK Ohio, LOIS SMITH Abingdon. BIG BACKYARD SALE 1167 MONMOUTH BLVD. Dishes, Clothing, 9 x 12 Rug, African Violets, Gifts Ac Bake Sale. JULY 22—MONDAY Nothing sold before 1:30 A.M. Rain Date—Wed. 24th Backyard Rummage Sales, etc. Must our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Coll 342-5161 Galesburg Register Mail Display Advertising Dept. summons Ellen Jane Olmstead, Executor. THIATRE Knoxville Peel, Henning and Maihers, Attorneys. 206 Bank of Galesburg, Galesburg, Illinois, 7 20-27: 3: o 'f. purchases or assigns will be entitled to a deed tor said premises unless the same be redeemed according to-law. Dated this 17th day of July, 1963. JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chancery as aforesaid. Hanlon & Ruedi Attorneys for Plaintiff. 7 20-27; 8 3; 3T. Mr. and Mr?. Rav Mathers and family of near Chicago visited recently with Miss Rose and Gerald and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mathers. Everywhere You look There U A White Roof! WHITE'S INSULATION Phone 342-0185 DISTRICT WATIR BILLS FINAL DATE WITHOUT PINAITY MONDAY, JULY all Water Bills (Blue) in the Northeast District (including Pennsylvania and Virginia Avenues.) "Shut-Oft" date for this district (Blue Bills) Thursday, August 15, 1963. WATER DEPARTMENT CITY OF GALESBURG an official reception for area coal interests at a Mount Vernon motel. Oalosburg Hog Galenhurg Offer Albert C. 8. ft Q. Stocky«ra§ Bulk of best hogs, $18.25 Discuss Coal Reserves The tfrotiD will en* —Tuesday: The group gage in a morning discussion of coal reserves the uses of coal, new transportation methods and the industry's research program at the Mount Vernon motel. Market steady, eastern shipping $18.50. Top, $18.75. Quotations: 200-230 $18.00*$t8.7S 230-250 $17.75-$18.65 250-300 $18.50-$18.25 Sows: 300-500 ...$J2.7S.$15.50 After the conference the party ni„„ fit rotor will leave for Salem where they I * MJUUUSI will board the Baltimore & Ohio's f Qr ft j 0 CUHc special train for a hook-up with a Chesapeake & Ohio train at Cincinnati for the Wednesday return here. Harry Gaudy Jr., an NCA executive representative, met Friday with Roland Wilson, vice-president University. RIO — Rio Presbyterian Service Guild met at the church July 11. The Guild decided to pay half the expenses for a delegate to attend the convention at Purdu© in charge of Bell & Zoller Coal Co. at Johnston City for a preliminary tour of the bus route to be followed on Monday. The touring party will include Dr. Jerome Weisner, director of the office of science and technology, Robert Barlow, special assistant to the President; Alie B. Cambe I, director of the interdepart mental energy study; Bruce Nets chert, Harry Parry. Thomas An derson and Serge Gratch, all of the office of science and technology; John C. Calhoun Jr., assistant and science adviser to the secretary of the interior, and Samuel Schurr of Resources for the Future, a private organization. DeLong Scouts Win Atvards DeLONG — Cub Sfcouts of Den 2 and their families held an afternoon of skating at the Grand Roller Rink in Galesburg. A meeting was held and awards were given out as follows: Wolf badge to Rusty Hodges, bear badge and gold arrow under bear to Robert James, and silver arrow under wolf to Mickey Sharp. Den p&rents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sharp, and assistant Mrs. Gaylord . Sargeant, Scouts of Den 2 to Peoria to visit the zoo. Mrs. Sharp announced the next den outing to be a visit to the Grandpa Happy Show on WHBF- TV, Rock Island, July 30. A thank offering of $14.90 was received for the West Pakistan hospitals, A potluck dinner will be held Sunday, July 21, for the Rev. Mr. Stenner family at noon. The Guild will furnish the drink. Those wishing to. attend were asked to take two covered dishes and table service. The World Mission Institute will meet at Northwestern University Aug. 5. Mrs. Helen Swanson had'charge of devotions. Program was announced by Mrs. Dennis Cederburg. Piano solos were by Ellen Crowell, Ruth Ann Pitman and Jane Pitman. Vocal solos, Erma jReem, Cheryl Swanson, and Pat- Isy Spring; Poems, Sharon Dye and Debbie Swanson; accordion duet, Kimmie and Beth Ann Rittenhouse. Hostesses were Vera Fritz, Ruth Cain, Doll Millen and Helen Flack. took Cub READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! :OMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fully Iniurtd — Fro Estimates POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE CaU ColJacl - Trojan C-2109 GiUon, UL' Galasburg. XU. — 342-MM READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ONLY 8 MORE DAYS TO FILE YOUR OBJECTION WITH THE BOARD OF REVIEW. Knox County Farm Buraau Board oi Directors CALL US For Your Combining Naada — Whaal and Oats. List your Baans and Picking and Shalllng Corn for this Fall. CLYDE OLSON GILSON, ILL. Trojan 1-2103 SETTLE ESTATE Economy Car 1960 Opel GUST PETERSON 1037 KNOX ST. Executor will be on premises for inspection and of- OLYMPIA-REKORD MODEL 1 1 1 fers on above property on SEDAN Paint and body in axcallant condition •xcap! for soma rust on aithar front fandar. 41.000. Ona owner. Carafully drlvan. Naarly naw firas. Oil consumption — 1 qt. 1,500. 21-30 mpg. $700. WU- Uamsflald 139-4351. Sot, July and Sun., July 12 to 7 P.M. FIVE 55 HEAD WHITE FACE STEERS, wt. 668 98 BLACK CALVES, wt. 512 39 WHITE FACE HEIFERS, wt. 590 22 WHITE FACE HEIFERS, wt. 480 Cattle Arriving Weekly. Northwest Cottle Galva, Illinois Q Stock Yard All 1962 perionol taxes payable in 1963 that are unpaid as of July 15, 1963 will be published August I, 1963 according to law, (Chapter 120*692 Revenue Act) Quote There is imposed en «ach delinquent taxpayer named in any list published pursuant to this Sec* tion, a charge of $1 -00, to be collected in the same manner as the tax it collected, as reimbursement to the collector for the cost of preparing the published list. At amended by act approved July 15, 1959. CARL T. GOITHC r Kno* County Colltcto r i

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