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J^JMrt^^ M6fidoy, July 2^63 GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDEHMAN Correspondent Phoni Wfi 2-2668 Nordstroms Plan Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nordstrom. GALVA—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nordstrom will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, Aug. 4, in their home at 518 SW Fourth Ave. in Galva from 1:30 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Miss Irene Swanson of Wataga and Harold Nordstrom of near Cambridge were married Aug. 2, 1938, in Bishop Hill by Rev. M. 0. Smith. They moved into the "Round Barn" farmhome, north of Galva, where they resided 15 years and since that time they have lived in their present home in Galva. They have four children, Don of Utica, Mich., Mrs. Don (Kath- DATA PROCESSORS COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS NEEDED Men-Women 1S-40 Keypunch-IBM Daia processors. IBM Computer Programmers. Qualify ior onl of these jobs. Basic salary 35,795 to S12.620. olhers higher. Civil Service Rating—7 to 12. Plenty of jobs when you qualify. Train at own expense. Low tuition financed. Short training period. Training need not interfere with present employment. Write including phone number: PCMT Box 722 r / 0 Galesburg Hegisier- Mall. leenV Pierce of Galva, and Marty and Bruce, at home. One granddaughter, Kimberly Irene will note her first birthday on her grandparents' anniversary. Nordstrom is assistant cashier and in charge of small loans department at the First National Bank in Galva. QUEEN CHOSEN—Jane Shane of Wyoming was selected queen of (he Slark County 4-H Fair Thursday night at Wyoming. Flanking her are three runners- rip, Diane Dattm, Mary Ann Fuerlges and Patsy Smith. Movie ' Calendar MONDAY. JULY 23 ORPHEUM: "Bye. Bye Birdie,' 1-30. 3:35. 5:30. 7:30 and 9:35 p.m. WEST: ,"The Longest Day," 1:30. 4:50 and '8:20" p. m. DRIVE IN: "Stagecoach to Dancers Rock," 8:45; "Come Blow Your Horn." 10 p. m. One complete showing nightly. Western Illinois Birth Record ALEXIS—Mr. and Mrs. Thane Brothers of Scottsdale, Ariz., are the parents of a boy, their first child, born July 20. The mother is the former Irene Patterson, daughter of Mrs. John S. Patterson of Alexis. At 1:30 - 3:35 5:30-7:30-9:35 NOW ^seeisee Galva News Briefs The Woman's Relief Corps will hold a picnic Tuesday at Ann Adkins' cottage located 3lb miles south of Havana. The Galva Grange Auxiliary will hold a potluck luncheon Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Wiley Park. Chief of Police Charles Wheelhouse will be on vacation this week and night officer Clark Mugrage will take his place. The night shift will be split, with Vernon Arie working from 7 until 12 o'clock and Dave Anderson finishing the shift. AfKGH'J^vStDflCl PSOCUCWN' RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Daily al 5 P.M. .ALEXIS — Mi\ and Mrs. Richard DeBuysere of Moline are parents of a girl born July 22 at Moline Public Hospital. The mother is the former Kay Carrico, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carrico of Alexis. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice De­ Buysere. Blue Licks Museum FRANKFORT, Ky. lAP) — A new museum has been dedicated at Blue Licks Battlefield State Park in Northern Kentucky. It depicts the history of the Blue Licks area from the time its saline waters attracted the now- extinct mastodon until the mid- 1800s when Blue Licks became, a famed resort area. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ST Exclusive m I Galesburg Showing ^ NOW SHOWING FRaNK SiNaTRS ComE B LOW Y OUR H JRN >A I tell you, T chum,,, laughs if IS i 1! G P L? T !3! FU^E fSCAFlSM* VYWFN I H'=- ».f>' Kin 6 ^0TH.=.^ TO TKF FACTS OF BACHELOR UFE. HOSPITAL NOTES DARRVL F. T| J K ZANUCK'S I III. ; DAY WITH 42 INTERNATIONAL .,.,...„, „ STARS' b, CCXf>£L,lS RYAM Xf/linff By #0.1 Cv.tvrf.-tni SPECIAL BARGAIN Matinee 90c 'til 6 P.M. COBB• PJCON• RUSHJLSTJOHW- BLOCKER- MSSE • BILL • — hiuYisior PLUS CO-HIT OPEN 7: it) SHOW AT DISK ^STEVWSiUNOAU IlAWRAHGE /BAM St. Mary 's ADM14S10H8 SATURDAY Terri Ann Bro"wn, 102B W. Berrien St Mrs.' Martin Setterdahl, Alexis. Mrs. Herschel Watkins, London Lk $d S Kfercer, 16\ N.JFarnham St. Mrs. Willis Doubet, WllllamsHleld. Miss Martha Frank. .Abingdon. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Mrs. Etta Angel, 758 Peck St. Mrs. Sandra U. Cunningham, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Douglas Curry, 495 Oak St. Mrs. William Dowd, 997 Accommodation St. , „, Mrs. Chester Evans, Kimberly Ter. Mrs. Ted J. Gilles, Laura. Mrs. Bobby Hardister, 1719 W. Main St. Rae Heck. 917 E. Knox St. Mrs. Edwin Knowles, 1719 W. Main St. Mrs. James Lee, Abingdon. Miss Dorothy McKnown. Elrmvood. Mrs. Siltha Mixon, 281 W. Simmons St. Mrs. Emma O. Panther, 184 Dm- field Ave. Mrs. John Price, 326 Indiana Ave. Mrs. LaVerne Quails, 1315 N. ' Cedar St. David G. Schmidtlcln. 1442 N. Academy St. Mrs. Gaylord Seibert, 1550 E. North St. James R. Simpson, 1592 E. North St. Mrs. John Stockham. Abingdon. Mrs. Charles E. Umbarger, Abingdon. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Otto W. Kautz, Oronco, Minn. Mrs. Roger L. Dawson, 1451 Monroe SI. Mrs. Etta M. Walsh, 1087 Grand Ave. Mrs. Glen BeU, 134 S. Cedar St. Earl B. Tucker, Williamsfield. Mrs. Floyd L. Roberts, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. W. Dean Kelso, Maquon. Mrs. Louis Pacheco, 355 W. Second St. Mrs. S. Charlotte Foster, 1641 N. Broad St. Mrs. Ollie F. Barfield, 1347 Brown Ave. Mrs. Freeman E. Snell, Abingdon. Mrs. Carl B. Saline, Rio. Robin G. Bleichner, Knoxville. Mrs. Leo H. Fitch. 974 S. Cedar St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Charles Bangston, Wataga. Mrs. Richard Combs, London Mills. Mrs. Joseph Glasnovtch, 704 W. Berrien St. Asa R. Hall, Galesburg Route 1. Otto W. Kautz, Oronoco, Minn. John Kilgore, 392 Monmouth Blvd. Randy Stephen Lee, Alpha. Karen Mosher, Dahinda. Mrs. Luther Riley, Abingdon. Mrs. Bernice Sollenberger, Williamsfield. Scott E. Watson, 281 W. Simmons Ot. Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) - Senate Republican leader Everett M. Dirksen, commenting on the partial nuclear test ban agreement between the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union: "Life will go on as before. If the treaty is ratified, it could dissolve some of the fear and strains but little more. Khrushchev has not yet recanted his determination to bury us." LONDON — Gallery director Fred Read, speaking of a man who bought 2 portraits of royalty painted by Dr. Stephen Ward, a key figure in Britain's sex and security scandal: "I did not recognize him as a dealer. For all I know he might have been someone from Buckingham Palace." LOS ANGELES - Massachusetts Atty. Gen. Edward W. Brooke, after expressing the be­ gone to extremes in the civil lief that the Negro had not yet rights struggle: "But if Negroes demonstrate while the white populations is trying in good faith to meet their demands, if the Negroes' demands are unreasonable, if they ask for special privileges, then Negroes are walking perilously close to losing everything." In language and custom, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, the Faeroe Islands and part of Finland are considered Scandinavian. Cottage ADMISSIONS ttf OAftSjjr Paula M. Peck, 1487 N. HenderseH Sink llltft C GWtil, «8 W. Bar. rten St. Mrs. Edna M. Duttoa, Wjtafa. Mrs. Liftdi M. DaWdy, 258 Day St. Mrs. Nola M. Tw**tf, Keithsburf. Mrs. Amanda S. Saftdtoorg, 726 Johnston St. 41 Shelia M. Tetslafi, Alton*. i t ^ Jeffrey L. Banks, East Gal*sbur|f. Clarence C. Morton, 181B Washington St. . Mrs. barlene fi. Buck, 434 Arnold St DISMISSALS SAtUHBAY Dale K. Holcomb, Avon, Mrs. Marie Efickson, 891 W. Division St. „ „ _ . ^ Miss Clarissa K. Conn, 863 E. Berrien St. , ., Mrs. Betty J. Wilson and baby, 689 W. Knox St. Mrs. Phyllis J. McKeown and baby, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Barbara A. Armstrong, 576 Maple Ave, Mrs. Veverlv J. Howeter, 912 Frank St. Mrs. Morma Lee Hroziencik and baby, 529 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Esther P. King, Knoxville. Larry D. Clayton, Abingdon. David K. Bivens, 1055 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Helen H. Ryden, Victoria. Mrs. Zelda O. Logan, 69 Circle Dr. James D. Murphy, Laura. James M. Foster, 109 E North St. Mrs. Ora M. Lee, Woodhull. Mrs. Florence E. Emery, Victoria. Piatt S. Holder. 3320 Mornlngside Dr. Victor Johnson, Oneida Mrs. Darlene L. Gibbs, Victoria. Richard P. Ingles, Roseville. Mrs. Virginia H. Crowell and baby, 703 N. Kellogg St. Sarah L. Morris, 502 Lawrence Ave. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Sharon F. Tucker, 1526 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Hazel R. Donaldson, 388 Vf, North St. Mrs. R. Karin Slmkins, North Henderson. Fred L. Scholl, New Windsor. Mrs. Nancy J. Emery, 420 Hawkinson Ave. Peter Shipma, 1336 E. Main St. Mrs. Agnes L. Nally, 453 Arnold St. Dean L. Morgan, North Henderson. Miss Judie A. Crookham, 524 Burgland Ave. Michael E. Swanson, 800 Bateman St. Arvid C. Bushong, Gilsoh. Mrs. Gerald K. Francis, Woodhull. Mrs. Virginia M. Colbert, 333 Ohio Ave. Mrs. Gothaleon Beardsley, 1400 W. Fremont St. Larry D. Clayton, Abingdon. Mrs. Janice E. Abel, Knoxville. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Robert F. Smith, Knoxville. Mrs. Ida Motz, Wataga. Mrs. Sandra K. Bass, 725 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs. Margaret V. Coombs, 2093 Baird Ave. John R. Folger, Gilson. Mrs. Prosha M. Walker, Victoria. Mrs. Ellen B. Pferschy 107 Third . St. Mrs. Diana J. Schoonouer, Abingdon. Mrs. Bonnie J\ Cowley, Dahinda. Raylene S. Gilbert, PrincevUle. Mrs. Margaret Burgstrom, 464 N. Seminary St. The sundew, pitcher plant and Venus flytrap are three American plants that catch and eat insects. There'll be a new view on the mighty Mississippi! the new channel • t Qb <# MUM i NOW SHOWING SHOW STARTS 7:30 AIR-CONDITIONED CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 65c :: EARL THEATRE, Knoxville UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY MEN - WOMEN TRAINEES URGENTLY NEEDED i 'IBM I MACHINE TRAINING Persons selected can be trained in a program which need not interfere with present job. If you qualify train- i.-i2 can be iinanced. v .nte today, please include home • phc.e and age. | AUTOMATION TRAINING Box $(3 'c RegUltr-M»il 105fh KNOX COUNTY 6 AFTERNOONS - 6 EVENINGS July 29, 30, 31 — August 1, 2, 3 KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS LIVESTOCK, MACHINERY, FFA AGRICULTURAL and HOBBY EXHIBITS Over $40,000 Offered in Premium* ADMISSION: AT GATE, $1.00 FREE BLEACHER AND GRANDSTAND SEATS EVERY AFTERNOON Free Bledcher Seoft and Reserved Grandstand Seats Every Night CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE 17 ACRES OF AUTO PARKING Operated by Knoxville American Legion BLUE GRASS SHOWS ON MIDWAY ALL WEEK HARNESS RACING 4 AFTERNOONS MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY JULY 29, 30, 31, AUGUST 1 SATURDAY - KIDS DAY Reduced Prices en ell Midway Rides — 1:00 - 5:00 P.M. The American Legion — Galesburg Community Band on the Stage FREE ACTS - DELAYED PARACHUTE JUMPS DAILY TONIGHT, JULY 29 GUYS & DOLLS" Broadway Musical Comedy TUESDAY, JULY 30 MORNING and AFTERNOON - JUDGING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AFTERNOON — 6 BIG HARNESS RACES Racing Program Includes the Following TROT: Two Year Old TROT: Non-winners of $2,500 2 Heats-Purse $500.00 Trophy by McCREERY MOTOR SALES Your Ford Dealer PACE: Non-winners of $1,000 2 Heats-Purse $500.00 Trophy by FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES No. 518, Galesburg (Northern III. Colt Assn.) 1 Heats-Purse $1,500 Trophy by FIRST GALESBURG NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 MORNING and AFTERNOON - JUDGING IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AFTERNOON - 6 BIG HARNESS RACES WEDNESDAY NIGHT FREE COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW IN FRONT OF GRANDSTAND TRACTOR PULL - 4 CLASSES THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 AFTERNOON - 6 BIG HARNESS RACES EVENING — BIG CAR AUTO RACING — 7 EVENTS FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 AFTERNOON - 1:30 P.M. - 8 RUNNING RACES 5 QUARTER HORSE RACES, 2 PONY RACES 1 FARMER QUARTER HORSE RACE - CONTEST RACES EVENING — BIG CAR AUTO RACING — 7 EVENTS SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 TWO BIG SHOWS Afternoon and Evening AUT SWCNSON'S AUTO THRILLCADE ALL HATS FREE *©R AFTERNOON SHOW EVENING - BLEACHER SEATS FBI! - GRANDSTAND IISEBViP

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