Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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T" T" • V r .• ilk Printing Viewed GALVA mJr J pfogram diairirtan, presented Frfcrtk H Phillips of Mattoon, Burkey, | meeting of the board of directors of the Galva Lions Club in North represents Central Park Tuesday Committees for the night. Inc., of the nevolent Association ipoke before members Galva Rotary Club Monday noon. A film also was shown and some samples of the Braille printing. A. L L. Ingram also of the association spoke on the work of the organization. C, F. Bailey was elected secretary of the local club to fill the vacancy left by the resignation o Dr. C. L. Cunningham, Guest at the meeting included Dr. G. I. Case of Kewanee, Arthur C. Ramm of Davenport and Ben Koppen of Belvidere. year were picked and plans were discussed for the activities for the Coming year. Mendel served the group pie and coffee picnic-style following the meeting. The regular meeting of the club will be held tonight at 7 o'clock in the LeClaire Hotel. ' Club Maps Activities v S. L. Mendel presided at the NOW... THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OF THE W0RL0I 3 SHOWS DAILY AT 1:30 • 4:50 - 8:20 Movie Calendar WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 JftPHEUM: "Irma La Douce/ 4:00, 6:30, 9:00. WEST: "The Longest Day/* 4:50, 8:20. DRIVE-IN: "The Hook, 0 »:80; lita," 10:40. 1:30, COMPORT ART COOL ST OPEN 1:15 Federation ASlNODON^Th* LiMli Stake? ttMiity it Like Storey wai sctm of It it writ's itmmwf Junto* MERCER COUNTY ROYALTY—Helen Louise Brown, 19 (third from left) of Aledo was crowned Miss Mercer County Fair In the beauty pageapt Tuesday night at the 109th Mercer County Fair at Aledo fairgrounds. Billie Jean Green 17, (left) of Seaton was first runnerUp and Suzanne Brown, 17, (second from left) of Aledo was second run* nerup. At the microphone is Roy Peterson of New Windsor, pageant chairman. A led G irl IsCr wne DARRYL F. ZANUCKS SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES * m Queen of Mercer Program WITH 42 INTERNATIONAL STARS? BARGAIN MATINEE 90c B*$od on Vm Book by COtWtUUS ffVAW) Aofouott by §pth Cfftvy-Fo* FRIDAY MORNIMG COMMtTAKY OPEN ,9AM ALL GRANDPA HAPPY'S Summertime Fun Show By LEO SULLIVAN ALEDO — An Aledo girl who was first runnerup in Miss Mercer County Fair in the 1961 pageant at Mercer County Fair moved into the top spot in the 1963 pageant. Helen Louise f night, winning the title in a field of 17 candidates. She is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Jack Brown. Accorded first runnerup honors in the decision of the judges was Billie Jean Greer, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Greer of Seaton. Re- SEATS IN PER? ON ON STAGE Brown, was crowned Miss Mercer County Fair Tuesday titlist here, Miss Brown was Miss Woodford County last year, winning this title in the preliminary of the Miss America Pageant, sponsored by the Jaycees. She will enter her junior year this fall at Eureka College, Eureka, where she is an English major. District Illinois fttterititti Women's Clubs. Gordon Wakey Orion, director, presided and reported on Governor Kernel talk concerning Ms mental health program tor Illinois it * recent state junior board meeting in Springfield. Mrs. Vernon Barnes, state president, spoke outlining a prospective project in regards to the Statue of Liberty. The General Federation of Women's Clubs has been asked to consider renovating fnttrlof 0l statue. Mrs. Wakey al Arshipg for teachers of tscifcpt Uwil children and Iht brain m mrtii fmmdatton. ftliofrkfcj tkt builtwi* Mttilen, lunch Iflmi nT9* ingdon wtrs Mrs* Juntor Woman's Club Mr*, (torttofl flay! Mri, LorAi* and Mrs. 4k . Daw. c ittAACHM9N0 - It \A/oRL D .s SHOW STARTS 7: Adults ftifc Air Conditioned Children 2te EARL THEATRE - Knoxvill* feet inches cipient of the trophy as second | The new Miss Mercer County runnerup was Suzanne Brown, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown of Aledo, and not related to the title winner. \ "FOR 10TS, FOR ALL A new m EACU & EVERY Mi SUMMER LONG ^ DIFFERENT EACU WEEK IM PERSON GRANDPA WAPPY TV/. STAR OP -OKI THE SCREEN •THE LOST PLANET 1 f I CARTOONS „ • GALORE/ SPEIDELLA BRACELETS * FLASH CAMERA * TOVS,-PASSES,P0PC0RH view on the mighty issippi the new channel The i^ueen was sponsored by the Aledo Rotary Club, the first runnerup by Don's Royal Blue of Seaton and the second runnerup by Yerkey Grocery of Aledo. "I certainly will try to make them proud of me," the new queen said as she referred to her next round of competition as Mercer County representative in the Miss Illinois State Fair contest next January at Springfield. Attends Eureka Between being first runnerup two years ago and this year's Fair is weighs 117 pounds, has brown eyes and dark brown hair, and her measurements are 35-22-35. winner's father is pastor of First Baptist Church, •Aledo, and the family moved here about 5% years ago. During her summer vacation from college, (Continued on page 33) SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out s«rvlc« Call 342-2419 Opan Dally at S PM. If A MACDOWALtfS HAMBURGER A^W ROOT BEER-A FREE R\DE AT GALESBURG AMUSEMENT PARK AUD A FREE. GAKAE OF PUTT-PUTT SOLF EXTRA FREE TO EVERYONE A Complimentary Ticket To See Golesburg Collegiate Baseball AT KNOX COLLEGE BASEBALL FIELD NOW SHOWING How did they ever make a movie of • starring JAMES MASON SHEILEV WINTERS PETER SELLERS "Quittyy Intraducing SUE LYON Approvtd by tht Production Codo Administration COMFORTABLY COOL OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P .M. ENDS TONITEI The Comedy of the Year MIRISCH COMPANYEOWUD I. 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