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6 Golesburo Register-Mdit, Galesburg, Monday* July 22> 1963 GALVA 324 Main Si RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phont WE 2*2658 Club to Host 19th Galva Day GALVA - The 19th annual Gal' Va Day at Midland Country Club will be held Aug. IS. Anyone not receiving an invitation and who is eligible to receive one, may contact the chairman, torn Cambell. Invitations are expected to be in the mail at the end of this month and will include ex-residents of Galva. The fee will include golf, in which the mayor will present a trophy to the winner, tennis, swimming, afternoon smorgasbord and a dinner in the evening, at which time prizes will be awarded. Reservations must be in the hands of the committee by Aug, 12, to receive the fee. rate. Lions Club to Meet Members of the Galva Lions Club were reminded of the meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the LeClaire Hotel. In the past, the club has not held meetings dur­ ing July and August, but it was voted to have one meeting a month during the summer. President Sam Mendel said the club's activities and plans for the coming year will be discussed, Post Class Reunion The Class of 1933 will hold its 30th class reunion Aug. 3 at the Galva LeClaire Hotel and will begin with a 6:30 p.m. dinner. Attend Movie Children of the area took advantage of the Galva Chamber of Commerce - sponsored free movie Saturday as* they lined up four abreast clear back to the Collinson Electric Shop. The movie was held to make sure that the ones present did not look at the eclipse. The show started at 3:15 p.m. and featured "Journey to the Center of the Earth" and starred Pat Boone. Yates City Club Sponsors Two Programs HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Mrs. Normalee Hroziencik, 529 N. Cherry St. ju Jean C. Hammerlund, Woodhull. Mrs. Donna J. Cooley, Galesburg Route 2. Michael E. Meldrum, 1497 Willard St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Robert L. Allen, 1786 Bateman St. Joseph H. Mitchell, Maywood. June A. Peterson, Knoxville. Honald K. Teel, Oneida Mrs. Edith I. Fensterer, 429 Fifer St. Mrs. Bonnie L. Whitehall, Keithsburg. Mrs. Katherine Jessur, Knoxville. Charles A. Nelson, 958 S. Seminary St. Hay C. Goodell, Table Grove. Daniel J. Marier, 263 Phillips St. Richard L. Wells, 137C Monroe St. Mrs. Nellie A. Thompson, 622 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Darline Hartman, 623 N. Prairie St. Harold D. Arnold, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Betty L. Smith and baby, Pekin. Mrs. Gayle C. Baker and baby. 1651 McMasters St. Mrs. Delores R. Westergren and baby, 518 Columbus Ave. Mrs. Erma C. Holeman, 368 Oak St. Henry Frank, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Marion Thompson, 498 Monmouth Blvd. William Edwardson, Galesburg. Mrs. Dorothy Grane, 691 Franklin St. Edward Beardsley, 1400 W. Fremont St. Miss Eula F. Brock, 1478 S. Seminary St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY John R. Folger, Gilson. Ed.vard Pennington, Williamsfield. Mrs. Phyllis J. McKeown, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. R. Karin Simkins, North Henderson. Miss Clarissa K. Conn. 863 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Linda F. Free, 212 N. Chestnut St. Mrs. Mildred H. Ray, Maquon. Mrs. Mary E. Ericson, Galva. Mrs. Ethel R. Hellin, 766 Willard St: Cornelius Dexter, 194 N. Henderson St. Donald L. Rosine, 879 Beecher Ave. Piatt S. Holderman, 3320 Morningside Dr. Willard D. Page, 549 Lawrence Ave. Mrs. Delores Marlene Corrigan, Abingdon. Mrs. Maude N. Johnson, Oneida. Mrs. Zelda O. Logan. 63 Circle Dr. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Miss Sandra L. Lind, Galva. Mis. Dorothy I. Darnell, Dahinda. Dale W. Dredge, Maquon. Mrs. Fern G. Deal, 1407 N. Henderson St. Mrs. Janice Rae Davis, 829 Ella St. Clifford L. Weast, Dahinda. Gale E. Hellyer, Bushnell. Mrs. Fern L, Hogan, 915 N. Cherry Mrs.' Betty J. Nelson, Woodhull. Mrs. Clara C. Niles, Avon. Mrs. Delores June Sprinkle and baby, 597 E. Second St. Set Altona Concert ALTONA - The final concert of the ROVA band will be on the Altona Grade School lawn Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. An ice cream social, sponsored by the band mothers, will be held, serving to start at 7:30 p.m. Miss Barbara Klinefelter is the director. Something new will happen on the mighty, Mississippi Watch for the new channel \ » Qbc WQAD-TV St. Mary's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Julia McCovern, Maquon. James Hare, Abingdon. Mrs. Bobby Hardister. 1719 W. Main St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Mrs. Eleanor Morrison, 1211 S. Seminary St. Mrs. William T. Sullivan, 1099 E. North St. Mrs. Albert P. Courson, Abingdon. Mrs. Olga Frye, 244 N. Cedar St. Timothy David Brown, 1026 W. Berrien St. Richard D. Sherman, Abingdon. Mrs. Lee T. White, Abingdon. Kenneth Curtin, Monmouth. Lonnie and Kathie Lewis, Abingdon. Mrs. Ida Hockensmith, 779 S. Seminary St. Teresa A. Curtis, Abingdon. Josephine and Christine Hennenfent, New Windsor. Mrs. James Hare, Abingdon. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Edward T. Cramer, Berwick. Seth Crump, Arlington Hotel. Barbara Cowan, 652 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Jesse Cervantez, 475 W, Brooks St. Lester Kieso, 1566 Rock Island Ave. Mrs. Timothy Frisby, 600 E. South St. Mrs. John Stockman, Abingdon. Mrs. Bernice Sollenberger, Williamsfield. Leroy B. Lawrence, Altona. Mrs. John Price, 326 Indiana Ave. Mrs. I. D. Ashmeade, 701 Arnold St. John Rodriguez, 987 W. Brooks St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Ray Alfaro, 757 Avenue B. Maurice Claeys Jr., 1527 E. Main St. Mrs. Phillip Griflith, Galesburg Route 3. James Jones, Abingdon. Mrs. Scott Mitchell. Abingdon. Donald LaVerne Trask, 1043 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Donald WoUe, 43 W. Fremont St. MODEL FOR SHOW—These five attractive women modeled various outfits Friday at the Senior Woman's Club Flower and Style Show in Yates City. From left they are Jencne Turner, Nancy Snyder, Mrs. Fred Taylor, Josephine Sherman, president of the Junior Woman's Club, and Con* nie Cooper. The afternoon event was held In the school in Yates City. YATES CITY —Over 100 persons attended the 10th annual Flower and Style Show Friday sponsored by the Yates City Woman's Club. Clothes for the style show were furnished by Sears ^nd Roebuck Co. of Galesburg. Outfits from tiny tots to ladies dress wear were modeled by local talent. Mrs. Dorothy Cooper, program chairman, narrated the style show, and Mrs. Krene Sherman played background music on the organ. After the program, Mrs. Glen Foster, president of the club, and Mrs. Bessie Heller poured for the guests during the serving of refreshments. List Winners Judges for the flower show were Mrs. Guy Moon and Mrs. J. L. Thompson of Galesburg. Winners of top three places were: Danny Vanwinkle, two firsts and a second in roses; Jessie Foster, first place in canna, dahlia and daisy; Marlene Montgomery, first in zinnia; Zella Bell, third in roses', Mary Welkcr, second in gladiolas; Esther Rector, first in salisfy, Mable Henry, first In gladiolas, day lilies and phlox; Florence Kelly, second for flowers in antique and pansy; Helen Snyder, first for arrangements in pottery and potted plant, second in cactus and third in vine. Others were Fay Allen, Bells of Ireland, "As I Like It," and unusual arrangement, second in hall centerpiece, and one color and white and third in miniature: I la Steck, first In zinnias, second in daisies, marigolds and Bells of Ireland; Grace Hartman, first in snapdragens and pansies and second in petunias. Mary Sue Runyon, first and second in teacher's desk, third in miniature; Leita Mathews, first in petunias; Rose Mary Runyon, second in bachelor's button, and third in pansies; Margaret Ramp, first in African violets; Ludwina Connell, second in day lilies; Marilyn Goodyear, first in zinnias, one color in white and zinnias and third in miniature; Dorothy Cooper, first i n flowers in glass, second in flowers in glass and zinnias, and third in breakfast arrangement; Perry Cooper, third in potted plant, and Karen Zink, second in "As I Like It." Space Station Designed To Accommodate 30 Men Yates Cityans Honored for Anniversary YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Henry of Yates City, who will celebrate then- golden wedding anniversary July 23, were honored at dinner in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Raskauskas in Canton Sunday. They received many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry were wed in the home of his aunt, Mrs. Jack Elliott in Lewistown, July 23, 1913. To help celebrate the event were Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roller, Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Robertson, Mr and Mrs. Glenn McMillan and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kitchen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Long, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Long and Jerry and Mr. and Mrs. Chester McMillan Jr. and family, of Canton. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McMillan of Santa Ana, Calif., a brother of Mrs. Henry; Mrs. Frances Kruthaupt of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and family and Chester McMillan, of Lewistown; Mr. and Mrs. John McMillan of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Henry of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Allen and family of Uniontown. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Scalf and family of Joliet. CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI) The federal space agency is designing a space station that could carry 30 men and stay in orbit up to five years. According to first designs, the station would resemble a huge doughnut with three spokes joined to an inside hub. Astronauts would use the hub to land their space ships and to board again for the return trip back down to earth. launching of the new rocket last looking for a solid-propellant anti- May failed, and the program has missile missile that will take off The nuclear rocket is considered the next major step in snace propulsion, but it is a step the United States is having trouble taking. It now looks as though America's first nuclear-powered rocket won't fly until 1968 or later. The reason is that serious troubles have developed in a prototype pro. gram called Rover. The Rover series presently is testing several engines at a proving center in Nevada. Scientists had hoped to use the knowledge to build a nuclear rocket by 1967. But new engineering problems and difficulties in finding the right materials are threatening to delay the problem a year or more. run into troubles. The second flight will be an up- and-down attempt. Its main aim will be to ignite the hydrogen- fueled second stage. The Department of Defense is News Notes Of Victoria Taiwan's Taipei means "North Place"; Taichung "Central Place"; Tainan "South Place" and Taitung "East Place." READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! A new 85-foot telemetry system has been put in operation on the Atlantic missile range which starts at Cane Canaveral. The big dish is at Palm Bay, Fla.—just south of the missile firing center. A similar antenna will lx> installed on one of the downrange islands soon. The hichlv advanced svstem will be used to track the latest missiles fhvri into the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Canaveral. The United States will try launch its revolutionary Centaur space rocket from Cape Canaveral sometime this summer—probahly in August. The Centaur uses high energy hydrogan fuel, the propellant that will be the key in American efforts to land men on 'he moon this decade. But the first VICTORIA - Mrs. Catherine Carlson spent last week with her parents, the. Johnson family, in Lincoln, Neb. Her parents are ill at therr home. Mrs. Jessie Tinberlake of Alpha and Miss Mable Coleman of New Windsor called at the home of Vernon Moak Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Larry Johnson of Toulon stayed overnight at the home of Quintin Johnson Wednesday. • Mrs. Selda Carrigan and daughter Loise of Baltimore, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Horkstrom near Galva and with Lily Schaler of Victoria. While here, Mrs. Helen Wager of Victoria had a gathering at her home in their honor. Mrs. Clara Martin and grandson, Thomas Edmonds, left for the home of Mrs. Martin's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Edmonds, at Round Lake for a visit. Mrs. Martin, who has been ill, will rest at her son's home for several weeks before her return here. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Anderson of Peoria spent Sunday with Mrs. Kate Mosher. Arnrta and Willard. Mrs. Don Armstrong has arriv- , ed for a visit with the W. S. Sie- ' to' boldt Sr. family for the week. up to 100 times faster than more conventional solid-fueled rockets. United Technology Center in Sunnyvale, Calif., will study the problem under a six-month contract. Such a booster rocket would generate enough thrust to send a pay load several miles up in less than one second. BUSHNELL 620 W. Hunt St, BuihfttU. Phont Bu«hfl «ll 510 Mn. *t#Mfi •fiimiM Club Installs New Off ken BUSHNELL-Tr* Phllathei fteta Rho Club held installation Saturday at the IOOr Malt. Installing officers were Dana McCatice, Installing officer; Ricky Raby, marshal, Barbara Pigg, musician and Karma Havens, soloist, Elected officers installed Were: President, Susan Creek; vice president, Marsha Crowl; recording secretary, Kathy DeCounteri financial secretary, Diane Hilton; treasurer, Luan Salisbury, and junior past president, Diana Me- Cance. Escorts were Lyle Paul, Dale Wright, Randy Killlp, Jimmy Miller and Ronnie Rhodes. Appointed officers installed were: Chaplain, Barbara Pigg; marshal, Linda Wheeler; conductor, Dana McCance; right supporter to the president, Ricky Raby; left supporter to the president, Debbie Elatn; right supporter to the vice president, Karma Havens; inside guardian, Connie DeCounter, and musician, Marsha Cameron. Preceding the ceremony as Karen Crowl and Janet Salisbury lit the candles, Debbie Elam placed flowers around the Bible and Karma Havens sang .a selection. A past president pin was presented to Diana McCance by her sister Dana, and a gift was presented to Susan Creek from the club by Diana McCance. The hall was decorated in peach and blue, with an archway and a garden fence. Included among the guests were members of the Patriarch Militant of Macomb. Bushnell News Notes George Adams entered the Galesburg Cottage Hospital this weekend. Mr..and Mrs. Raymond Lundry Luan, Barbara and Raymond of Maynard, Iowa, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Furniss, and Mary, and other relatives and attended a class reunion. Other Sunday callers at the Floyd Furniss home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Honts of Geneseo and Kathryn Hull of Chicago, The Edna Sword Mission Circle of the Baptist Church will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bertha Silberer. i Some scientists think a system of hibernation may be best for astronauts making long trips into space. One such proposal is that the spacemen be put in a state of suspended animation. This would involve bringing down the body temperature and slowing all other life processes such as heartbeat and brain activity. Experts say that in such a condition an astronaut would be able to take the stresses of space flight —including radiation exposure- much better. The problem is that a drug to do the job has yet to be found. But the search for it is under way in U.S. laboratories. When novelist Jules Verne wrote more than a century ago abou' a voyage to the moon, he proposed using a cannon to provide the power. American scientists recently used a 16-inch cannon to blast a 47.i-pound capsule of weather instruments 15 miles into the atmos- nV 'T The evneriment was conducted in the West Indies. Rut scientists are not considering cannon propulsion for manned f'inhts in'o space. The jolt would be too stiff. Oneida 4-H'ers Give Program ONEIDA — The Oneida Mix 'n Fix 4 -H Club held its achievement night in the Methodist Church basement in Oneida Tuesday. Teresa Reynolds gave a demonstration for the parents and members present entitled "Burgundy Meatloaves." Nancy Holmes' led a panel discussion on the 4 -H year. Janice Holmes read a poem entitled "A 4 -H- Leader." Susie Dennis, Louise Olson, Cindy Vaughn, Linda Bock, Jan Cruce, and Debbie Holmes gave readings on the meaning of the 4 -H Pledge. The program was completed with the girls in clothing projects giving a style show. Legion Unit At Fairvieiv Seats Officers FAIRV1EW—The American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday in the Legion Home. Eloise Mitchell and Joan Evans advanced Colors'. Linda Tiezzi, counselor at Girls State, and Gayla Worccll, delegate to Girls State, gave their reports. Officers installed were: Mary Ludwig, president; second vice president, Margaret Lefler; secretary, Eileen Slater; treasurer, Lois Shawgo; historian, Eva Frame; chaplain, Marie Mitchell; sergeant-at-arms, Delores Postin; first vice president, Betty Little. Guests were Mrs. Clark Worrell, Miss Gayla Worrell, Miss Linda Tiezzi and Miss Donna Locke. The president appointed the following committee chairmen: Membership, Betty Little; finance, Eloise Mitchell; rehabilitation, Eileen Slater; radio and publicity, Dorothy Locke; remembrance, Marie Mitchell; community service, Delores Postin; music, Joanne Ludwig. Gold Star and Poppy, Mary Schuman; education and scholarship, Eva Frame; veterans craft, Joanne Evans; civil defense, Ann Mitchell, Pan - American, Betty Erickson; American and Girls State, Elizabeth Phipps; child welfare, Erma Hagey; legislative, Hazel Shellcrosslee, and nominating, Dorothy Locke. Fairview Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Howard Locke spent a weekend with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Locke and family in Kokomo, Ind. Mrs. Margaret Barnd of Manchester, Iowa, and Mrs. Fern Leiter and daughters of Independence, Iowa, spent past week in the home of Mrs. Barnd's mother, Mrs. Alta Latimer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hopper entertained in ther home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brashear and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Van Liew, and daughter, Mrs. Minnie Clauson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Negley and daughter of Liverpool. READ THE WANT .ADS! Shower Planned NEW WINDSOR—A community shower honoring Mrs. Gordon Whitaker, the former Patricia Klodt, will be held July 24 at 7:30 p.m. at th*e parlors of Calvary Lutheran Church. Personal Problems? Let "Penny" Help. Write to "Penny" Care of Register-Mail "Penny" Appears Every Tuesday and Friday CBSM HURRY ENDS SOON Will Olson and daughter Edna and Mrs. Esther Nelson, of Galesburg, spent Wednesday evening at the W. S. Sieboldt home in Victoria. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! READ THE WANT ADS! RIB SHACK North oo Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned FOJ cmtty oul i«rvtc« Call 342-2413 Op«n Daily at 5 P M MIRISCH COMPANY«oEDWARD L. 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Mercer ASCS Committees Announced Mercer County ASCS office at Aledo has announced community farmer committees elected this month. Committee delegates will hold a county convention July 30 at !) a. m. in Aledo to elect the county ASCS committee. Following are community committees, listed in order of chairman, vice chairman, member and first and second alternates: Abingt.on—Merle Wnugh, R. Earl Davis, William Boruff, Lemolnst Duncan and Gerald Melton. Eliza— Robert Burger, Wayne Hampton, Harold D. Mills, Forbe Nelson and Gene Onken. Greene — Ellsworth McClure, Wayne Matter, James Flaherty, Robert Brokaw, Donald Brokaw, Donald Lloyd. Kelthsburg—Fredrick J. Sheriff, Donald Hardin, Robert Watts, Robert Henry, William Hardin. Mercer—Donald Baldwin, Walter Joseph, Harry Parkinson, Marvin McWhorter, Mitchell Warwick. Millersburg—Merle Hyett, Don Gilmore, Cecil Bogart, Charles Ricketts, Mcrwon Johnson. New Boston — Jameo O'Toole, Andy R. Jackson, WUliam Willlts, Everett Welch and Joe Jackson. North Henderson—Orlnn C. Wlth- erspoon, Eugene Custer, Waller Medhurst, Dean Morgan, Richard Ireland. Ohio Grove—Richard E. Brown, Donald L. Schroll, Lewis McCaw, Cloyd Hofer, William Staker. Porryton — J. Everett Baldwin, Jack Baker, Lee Gray John Mayhew and John Lloyd. Preemption—Sllvis Pitman, Leo Mack,, Thomas P. Conway, Marcus E. Hansen and Harold Zwicker. Richland Grove—Ed Sims, William Gaylord, Glen Tomlinson, William Anderson and Alvin Larson. Rivoli — O. J. Fisher, Francis Petrie, Calvin Bredberg, Wavne Hickok and C. Edwin Nelson. Suez—John Line. Larry Morford, Dean Nelson, Carl Johnson and Bill Growdy. Visit at WooclhiTJl WOODHULL—Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Shroyer and Mrs. A(lnna Palm of Woodhull and Mrs. Marvin Palm and son Chris, of Galena, have returned from Augusta, Mich., where they visited their son and brother, Dale Shroyer over the weekend. •; Mrs. Selma (Sequist) Hanna of Moline was a caller in the Shroyer and Heflin homes Wednesday. California's Fresno County is the leading agricultural county in the United States. THEATRE w ||ftllf Rt. 34 West — Open RUff 6:30 —Show at Dusk Bob HOPe 1 FREDRIC MARCH BEN 6AZZARA DICK CLARK INA BALM EDDIE ALBERT THRU Start* FRIDAY Frank Sinatra COME BLOW YOUR HORN"

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