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ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams SI. Pfionfe 531 Festival Bills Stage Show ABINGDON—The "Possum Tlolltr O^ry," starring coftifedifltt "Toby"' Dick E1IIS, Mil afipcar at Anirigdon Fall Festival Saturday, Aug. 24. The Opry group, appearing weekly on Channel id, Quincy, is the top-rated show of Central Western Illinois, Eastern Missouri and Southeastern Iowa. In ddditton to "Toby*' with Ills rib-tickting comedy, other televl sion "Possum Holler Opry" fa vbrites to appear Will Include ]yjlss Peachtfs Benti'ctt, Smilln' Harvey, .lohnny Bush, Possum Holler Opry band and many olh ers. The large repertoire of selee tiohs will consist of solo and group singing ranging from pop ular through folk, spiritual and country musical numbers. Alexanders Buy HrtMe ii\ KcMticky Mrs. Thurston Alexander, Linda and Jim, Friday evening returned to Abingdon following a week spent in Somerset, Ky. They trav eled via Ozark to Chicago and from there via Delta plane Lexington, where Alexander met them. * While In Somerset, the Alexan ders purchased a 6-room ranch type brick home in Oaklawn sec tion subdivision at 1.33 Woodland Dr., to Which they will move Aug 10. Alexander, who served 23 years as plant superintendent of Abing' don Potteries, Inc., now known as Brrggs Manufacturing Co., has ac cepted a position as plant man ager for a new Crane Co. plumb jng division, where production wil begin. Sept. 1 in the neW $3,700, 000 plant nearing completion, in Somerset. The Alexander home on West Adams Street was recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Pau Ortery who sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. Mario Sabetti. Sells to leach At Bensenvilic Mr. and Mrs. Clark Sells, Da yid and Jennifer, of Abingdon, before school begins will move to Bensenvilic, where Sells has ac ceptcd a mathematics teaching position. For the pas't six years, he has been a member of the Galesburg school system faculty, where last year he conducted an experimental math class introducing a new method of teaching the subject. Sells has been choir director of Abipgdon. Congregational Church where both he and Mrs. Sells have also been active in other chufefi activities. They arc both Knox Cellege graduates. Tournaments Are Set on Playground Abingdon Playground tennis and archery tournaments directed by Miss Atiii Bowman will be conducted Aug. 5-9. Pgrsons wishing to enter same are being asked to sign the sheet in playground shed as soon as possible. Miss Glenda Cline will supervise croquet.tournament at City Park Aug. 3-9. _.Friday morning at Abingdon Playground treasure hunt winners were Mary Kay Hungate's team. Losers were captained by Mike Wilson. Next Friday at 0:30 a.m. a bubble blowing contest will be held. Backwards day contest winners. Friday afternoon in City Park were: Funniest, Sherry Murray, Alien Sirripson } Willie Hickey. Most backwards, tllt& Hickey, Scott DUrbin, and Bill Conard. Judged • included Bill DeJayries, Bob Plasters and Jessie Dunn. Ahingrioit News Notes Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Whitney of Wlnslow, Ariz., recently became parents pi! their second child, Rhonda Jean, welcomed by a sister Shelly. Grandparents Include Mrs. Ruth Whitney, Abingdon, paternal and Mrs. Bculah Lee; Winslow, maternal. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mclntire of Manhattan, Kan., arc spending an IB-day furlough with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Whitney, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Elliott, Taylor Ridge; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mclntire, Reynolds, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rogers last week were recipients of a bouquet of mixed flowers from Hawaii, compliments of their daughter Barbara, Who recently visited there. RECRUITER AtOfi—Start Sgt. Eugene Hrycc (right), Army recruiting Officer In Gdlcshurg welcomes his new assistant, Sgl. Dale Crawford. Having served with the Marines VI years, 6gt. Crnwford is A World War 11 veteran arid holds a silver star and purple heart mednls. He joined the Army in 1960 nnd just returned from a 30 -month tour of duty in Germany. Sgt. Crawford announced new office hours at the Army recruiting station in the Galesburg Post Office, daily 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and Saturday till noon. Arabians drank a concoction made by boiling coffee leaves and berries. It made a bitter but stimulating drink—so stimulating that Moslem religious authorities tried to ban it. KNOX VILLE MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Cliiss of 1953Holds Reunion KNOXVILLE—-The class of 1.953 of Knoxville held its 10th anniversary reunion at Harbor Lights Saturday night. Mrs. William Eiker planned the event. A committee including Mr. and Mrs. John Listoh Will be in charge of the next reunion in five years. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pecharjch, Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Barn- hamer (Darlene Myers), Alexis, Mrs. Donald Hohenstein (JoAnhe Edwards), Blobmington, Mrs. Richard Ren wick (Louise Shreves), Sunnyvale, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Bjorkman, Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Phillips (Betty Martin), Mr. and Mrs. John Liston (Carol Ferris), Mr. arid Mrs. William Eik6r (Janet Roselle), Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Eklund (Mary Woolsey), Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wise, all of Knoxville and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Block of Gilson. 1-11 Club Conducts Galesburg Tour The Kettles and . Treadles . 4 -H Club had its annual tour and final meeting of the year Saturday. The members were conducted through Kellogg Drake arid Co., by Mr. Mariner, who explained different types of merchandise and new fall styles. They also visited Cottage Hospital diet kitchens where they learned how individual diets were made up and food served to patients. Lunch was served at Loraine's cstaurant where they adjourned and attended the Orpheum Theater. At the home economic finale at Churchill Junior High School all girls received blue ribbons on lothing projects with Betsy An- Mrs. Lincoln Phillips and Mr. and derson being selected as alternate for the state fair in clothing construction. The next meeting will be open house at Union 4-H Center Sept. 12. All girls between ages 10-20 interested were invited. of Harry Goff which they purchased recently. Beardsley is employed at Admiral Corp. in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Goff have purchased a bungalow at 405 S. Prairie St. in Knoxville of Albert Krciling. DeLong Models 4-H Earn Recognitions Tbe annual achievement day program of the DeLong Models 4-H Club was held at Orange Chapel Hall recently. In the absence of the president Sue Hatch welcomed the group. Anna Meier and Pat Conover in troduced the girls who gave talks and demonstrations. Becky McWilliams gave a talk on "Clothes Fitting for Every One." Jennifer Sanford, "4-H Club Activities," Anna Meier, "What Is a 4-H Girl," Sharon James, "Getting Better Acquainted with Electricity," and Sue Hatch on "Meal Planning in Relation to Outdoor* Meals." Demonstrations were given by Vicki Howarter on "Swedish Meatballs," Mary Beth Bates, "Summer Fruit Salad," and Pat Conover, "Breakfast in a Glass." Mary Beth Bates and Jennifer Sanford led group singing after which a style revue of clothing girls had made was held. All projects made were on display. Refreshments were served to 50 persons present by the Orange Homemakers Extension Unit. TO KEEP YOUNG STAY HEALTHY Anyone who lived to be fifty about a hundred years ago was considered very fortunate. Few were actively healthy at forty. Now, average life expectancy is in the seventies. Vou are young as long as you have good health. New medical techniques assure mors accurate diagnosis, New drugs, hormones and vitamins are positive acting. Go to your physician quickly when sick. He can help you to stay healthy and young. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? HAWTHORNE DRUG CO. 1$ I. MAIN ST, If your Doctor Prescribes It — Hawthorne Has It Copyright 1961 Move to Abingdon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers and family have moved from their home on East Main Street to Abingdon. Myers, who was employed at the Simpson Powelson Lumber Go. in Knoxville, is now associated with the same company in Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and daughter have purchased the Myers home. Buy Goff Home Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Beardsley and five children of Muscatine will be moving into the home Knoxville News Notes Dean Hanson arrived Saturday by plane from Brooklyn, N. Y., for a 2-week visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanson, and family. He is associated with the Watchtower World Headquarters in Brooklyn. Mrs. Alvin Capps, Miss Alice Howard, Mrs. Louis Cramer, Mrs. Ralph Stone and M r S. John Clarke attended a reception in Monmouth Thursday honoring Mrs. Ralph Killey, new DAR state regent. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Walker of Macomb are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday. She is welcomed by three sisters. Good Samaritan Chapel prayer service Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Bible study illustrated with motion pictures Friday at 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school Saturday 9:30 a. m. Missionary period at 10:30 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. Conducts Services Stan Wheaton, pastor of the Da- hihda Church, conducted services at St. Martha's Home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wheaton was at the piano. Gotesburg Register -Mail, Gotetom >M.... MQQdmJuti %hJ3M M BUSHNELL tf*#i C6ft6ftpon4«ftt Mf». fttrnard Btllth**! 620 W. Hurst St.. Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 Old Gilson Landmark Is Razed Bride*Elect ts Honored BUSHNELL—A pro-nuptial miscellaneous shower was held for Miss Cindy Strode at the Mnthollist Church Friday evening. Miss Strode and John M. Mowrey will be married at the Bushnell Methodist Church Sunday, Aug. II. The theme of the shower was carried out in the bride's chosen colors of mint green and light yellow. The gift table was decorated with a large ruffled umbrella and streamers. The centerpiece of the refreshment table, with twin punch bowls from which Mrs. Elmer Strode and Mrs. Harris Mowrey served, was a ming tree with miniature green and yellow rice bags, which were favors. Those present were Mrs. Joseph McNaliy, Mrs. Robert McClelland, Mrs. William Ferguson, Mrs. Paul Powell, Mrs. Lester EvcHy, Mrs. Keith Graham, Mrs. John Totten, Mrs. Lyle Webb, Mrs. John Peterson, Mrs. Tipton Peck, Mrs. Kenneth Reno, Mrs. Norberl; Glash, Miss Sharon Pierce and Miss Kathleen Pierce. Out-of-town gUcsts were Mrs. L. L. Silbercr and Mrs. David E. Phelps, of Galesburg, Mrs. Frank Woolam of Prairie City, Mrs. William. Yeast of Macomb and Mrs. Jeff Yeast of Lcwistown. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. John Gecves, Mrs. Kenneth Ray and Mrs. Fred Pierce. GILSON — An old landmark, which has stood at its present location for more than 100 years in Gilson, is being razed at this time. The building is what is known as the G. G. Moore, or Gibb's General Repair Shop and is located between the general merchandise store conducted by Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Walker and the Town Hall. Moore used this building as a repair shop for more than 60 years, discontinuing the work on account of his health. The exact date of the erection is not known but considering facts that arc known there is a possibility that the building might have been built soon after Gilson was platted. When Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hill, parents of Miss Bessie Hill, settled in Gilson in 1865 Hill conducted a grocery store across the railroad tracks near the residence now owned by Mrs. Evelyn Westfall. A few years later he discon- QUits Business tinued the business, sold the building and the lumber was used to enlarge the old repair shop. At that time the shop extended inwaesterly direction, taking in the ground where the well is now situated. The house where Moore's widow, Mrs. Pearl Moore, now resides was not built there until 1913. Later, Moore and his brother Fred, who was a carpenter, repaired the shop and it has remained without further repairs since that time. About 1880, or probably earl 1 "*, Jacob Kellar and wife, who lived in a westerly direction, taking in the school building how stands, conducted a restaurant in the old building. The enterprise was successful for a time but was soon discontinued. Dale Brown is doing the work of dismantling the building. Plan for Bloodmobile The Phllathea class of the Baptist Church met Friday at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Silberer. Prayer was led by Mrs. Mary Bentzinger. The class decided to donate toward the redecoration of the sanctuary. Willa Fowler asked for callers for volunteers for the bloodmobile Aug. 21. Devotions, "God Must Love Colored People," was given by Mrs. Pat Lafary. The VFW Auxiliary met Friday at the VFW Home. A social was planned for Aug. 14 at the VFW Home. Plans were made to serve at the bloodmobile Aug. 21. Band Concert Set The final band concert in Bushnell this summer will be helcl Tuesday night. The final concert of the season will be Aug. 6 at Prairie City. Miss Gaye Mikesell will be featured soloist Tuesday. The band will be under the direction of Phil Garinger. Plan Initiation for Youth Guild Members at Roseville ROSEVILLE—Plans were com pfeted for an initiation ceremony for members of the Baptist Fellowship Guild at the regular meeting of the newly-organized Guild Friday afternoon in the home of Nancy and Bonnie Huston. The service will be held in the Roseville Baptist Church, begin ning at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 23. The Raritan Fellowship Guild will officiate at the service. Special guests for the evening will be members of the Roseville Baptist Woman's Missionary Society. Those to be initiated include Karen Johnson, LaJune Lewis, Nancy Huston, Bonnie Huston, Marjorie Russell, Mary Ruth Russell and Doris Harden. Mrs. liarland Evving and Mrs. Robert E. Larson are acting as co-sponsors. Officers who will serve in various capacities for the coming year are Kareh Johnson, president; Nancy Huston, vice president; Marjorie Russell, scribe; Mary Ruth Russell, steward; Doris Harden, devotions; LaJune Lewis, reading and White Cross; Bonnie Huston, fellowship. The project of making tray avors for the Galesburg Research Hospital was completed during the meeting. Karen Johnson and LaJune Lewis presented the supply of favors to Mrs. Ruth McCullough, who accepted them for the hospital. A period of recreation followed REMODELING We will be closed for remodeling Aug. 5 thru Aug, 17 Would appreciate anyone having clothes here to please pick them up by Saturday, August 3. This does not apply to any Box Storage. All Box Storage orders have been cleaned, mothproofed and stored until remodeling is finished. KNOXVILLE CLEANERS Northwest Corner Square — Knoxville WHISTLE and LETA VINCENT, Owners Roseville MARY MARKS Phone 42fi-20S7 P. 6. floi 23S adjournment. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Point Pleasant 4 -H Club Club activities of 23 Point Pleasant 4-H members were presented at Thursday's Warren County Achievement Day. They received ratings in 15 categories: You Learn to Sew, A, Denise Mills, Janice Huslon and Cynthia Rigg. You Make Your Own Clothes, A, Martha Ault, Diana Casteel, Patricia MpFarland, Pamela Peoples, Shirley Peterson, Nancy Worthington, Kathy Arnold and Anita Rigg; B, Bonnie Huston and Karen Icenogle. You Learn to fljjke, A, Sheila RQdfiers, Kristin Strickler and Kathy Arnold; B, Martha Ault. ABC's of "nods, A. Bonnie Huston; B, Margarefe Castell. It's Fun to Cook, A, Oiana Casteel, Karen Icenogle, Denise Mills and La- June Lewis. Meat, Fish, Poultry in Your Meals, A, Patricia McFarland; B, Cindy Baker. Yeast Breads, A, Martha Ault; B, Cindy Baker. Milk and Eggs in Your Diet, B; Nancy Worthington. Teen Time Fare, A, Pamela Peoples; B, Patricia McFarland. Be a Baby Sit tor, A, Diana Casteel, Margaretc Casteel, Karen Icenogle and Ann Myers; B, Bonnie Huston and La- June Lewis. Knitting, A, Martha Ault, Cindy Baker, Sandra Brewer, Susan Cook, Twila Thompson, Kathy Arnold, Anita Rigg and Pamela Peoples. Candle Making, A, Patricia McFarland and Ann Myers; Crocheting, A, Pamela Peoples; Pillow Smocking, A, Patricia McFarland, Mosaic Tile, A, Denise Mills. Leaders who have supervised the work of the Point Pleasant members included Mrs. Frank Adkisson, Mrs. Marion Rigg, Mrs. George Ault and Mrs. John Baker. Mrs. Clyde Lang was the knitting instructor, Miss Huston the pillow smocking instructor. The Doctor- (Contihued from page 4) The Hall of Free Enterprise, being erected for the 1064-65 New York World's Fair, is the first exhibit ever built to dramatize the benefits of free enterprise. readily he is not sick, and his temperature will come down. If he refuses water he may h?.vc an infection and should be seen by a doctor. Even in children who are old enough to run around, an elevation of one to one and a half degrees probably doesn't mean a thing, especially if the child has been very active. Fortunately most active children who do hot complain of anything don't have their temperatures taken. This is a perfect example of "what mother doesn't know won't Kurt her." Q—My youngster has a pharyngeal duct or cyst in his neck. Should it be removed? A —In some children the embryonic development of the oral cavity is incomplete at birth and as a result there may be a cystic swelling in the neck. Associated with this there may be a slight intermittent discharge of mucus. Following a cold or sore throat the cyst may become infected and discharge pus. The only satisfactory treatment is complete removal of the cyst. Q—My 5-yCar-6ld son has por­ phyria and the doctor says he can't be cured but must take an antihistamine twice a day from May to October every year as long as he lives. He also uses a sun-protective cream and must wear a wide-brimmed hat all summer. Is there any other treatment? A— This congenital hereditary disease is relatively rare. Its name derives from the fact that it is associated with the excretion of a large amount of a pigment called porphyrin in the urine. This gives the urine a red color. The victim's skin is extremely sensitive to light and there may be an increased growth of facial hair, In some persons with this disease the teeth may be red or red-brown. It is essential to protect the skin from sunlight or any other source of ultraviolet rays. Since ordinary window glass filters out these rays your son will not need to be protected when indoors with the window closed. Treatment is generally unsatisfactory. Some patients are benefited by removal of the spleen. Califomian h Welcomed At Oquawka OQUAWKA - Mrs. GleHfta Walsh of Long Beach, Calif., is spending 'wo weeks here with her mother, Mrs. Gladys McDavid. Other recent visitors in the home of Mrs. McDavid were her other daughters, Mrs. James Stivers and family of Monmouth and Mrs. Alvin Tonnant and daughters of Chatsworth. Mrs. Tcnnant's son, Ronn'e Green, who has spent several weeks here with his grandmothers, Mrs. Thomas Ruberg and Mrs. McDavid, will return to Chatsworth with them. Mrs. Bill Davis and children, Diane and Daryl, of Covington, Ky., are visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson, and other relatives. Mrs. Carol Hays and sons, Mi : chael and Mark, and Mrs. Margaret Fry rear returned home Thursday after spending several days with Mrs. Helen Cornell in Rock Island. On Sunday, they were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Louck and family in Bcttenrlorf. and also visited Mrs. Fryrear's aunt, Mrs. Verna Louck, who is visiting her son Kenneth and family. Also Sunday, they visited the Richard Loticks in Bettendorf and made the acquaintance of their baby daughter Lisa Ann. Mrs. Earlc A. Kloster and Mrs. I. L. Bradford left Wednesday to visit their brother, born Fryrcar, and family in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Letitia Bailey and her granddaughter, Alma Patton of Palo Alto, Calif., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welch and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson entertained with a potluck supper at their home Tuesday the following: Mrs. Bill Davis and children, Diane and Daryl of Covington, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson and Mrs. Hilma Larson, of Mediapolis, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson of Burlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tee and son David and Leonard Anderson, of Oquawka. Guests of Mrs. Beulah Braun Sunday were her sister-in-law, Mrs. L. H. White of Keota, Iowa; her niece, Mrs. Kenneth Pfaff, husband and two children, Thomas and Mary Sue, of Sigourney, Iowa. READ THE WANT ADS! Rice Family Has Reunion WILLIAMSFIELD — About 70 descendants of the late Amos, Foster and timothy Rice attended their annual reunion Sunday at Happy Hollow Lake. It was decided that the 1964 event be held in the same location, weather permitting, or in the Victoria Legion Hall in case of rain. The date will be the third Sunday in July. It was voted in the business session to retain the current officers, who are: President, Naomi Eldert; vice president, Harriette Duffy; corresponding secretary, Myrle German, and secretary- treasurer, Garrah Gibson. R61atives in attendance were Miss Pat Culver,. West Daytona Beach, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kinney, Joliet; Mr. and Mrs. Rebel Farrar and son Wallace, Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fuller, Linda Romus, Mrs. Paul Sheeley, Paula and Kathy, Peoria: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ellison, Kathy and Reva Ann, Vermont; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen, Abingdon. Mrs. Myrle German, Mrs. Joe Conner, John Conner and sons Chris and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Eldert and son Bill, George Rice, Mrs. Sadie Hantonstall and David Peterson, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rice, Sam and Chuck, Toulon; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bitner, Tammy and Jimmy, Brimfield; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Peterson, Linda, Jo|ene, John and Elizabeth Ellen, Galva. Mr. and Mrs. Chancey Malcolm, son Gene and grandson Steven, Woodhull; Frank Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Peterson and Petey, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duffy and Cecil, also grandson Douglas Eugene Duffy, Mrs. Mary Leng, Mrs. Dwajne Ziegler, Lonnie qnd Troy, Victoria; Mrs. Alvah McNaught, Nancy and Margie, Mrs. Anna Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rice and Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gibson, Jane, Mary and Margaret, Williamsfield. Guests were Mrs. Ona Hendricks, Verne Brown, and Dannie Johnson, Galesburg, and Miss Rosemary Sciler, Oneida Classify Advertisfhrf LCJCAL tkSti taxi 21-iB m J d\9<i' '58 -86 " I 'JM'XW s.id * 3.99 \ 1.81 3B-*0 | , 3 -97,1 3.W 41-35 | 4.38 1 2M w-iro i "l.2i 4.84 im (ftepiies l * a, ^g but-bf-town) Card .of ThuriKi "I l-J?ieK of In Mefnonarha Jess Lodge Notices ) (0.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks WF , wish to express our sincere thonks to those who' sent. PHrds_. jmsi i gifts, and. to ttligfi who hnlped in any way to make our Silver Wedding Anniversary a day to remember forever. Mr. fc Mrs. Arthur Mttbre, In Mcmorfams CAHSON: in loving memory of Relri H. Carson whd died four years ago, ,luly 28th. 195!). "The soul would have no rainhow Had the eyes no tears. Tears are the showers that fertilize this world; And memory of things' prE- cious. kcepeth wdnn The hearts that once did hold them." -•-Ethel, Naomi and Mauritz^ Lost and Found—1 quickly place Phone 342-5161. Business Service—2 FURNACE CLEANING , Avoid the rush. Call today. V/e repair all makes furnaces and stokers. CHRISTY COAL CO. 465 E. Berrien — 342-0155 . NELSON'S Bryaril |ds furnace and Burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. Weed Mowing E. J. MARTIN— 342-0521, WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnace's,, sheet metal, gutterworje. Free estimates, 1T5 year payment plan. 29 Publlo Square. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. EAVES Cleaned - Flushed. A v e r a g.'e price $6, $8. & $10 for onei cleaning but will clean now and when leaves are down for the sarne price. Pay both after second cleaning if you care to. Alfeb windows washed. 343-8771—3426923. BUILDING & REMODELING Antique furniture repair and rp- finishing. Custom-built kitchen cabinets. Free estimates. Phone 342-8214. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing., ypu plea sea us. WE APPRECIATE your BuslneSs. Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal. 343-8665 or 3434136. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Ybuhgren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-681J Personal-Special Notice—I • AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or selling, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public . Square, Bargains .Jn clothing, appliances and fiirhf- ture. , ,_ FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning, rent Electric Sjhampoder. Only SI per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake &.Co. Male Help Wanted— 6 Male Help Wanted We have several openings whieh must be filjed . immediately. These openings are full t' m e permanent employments in a leading local industry and f,br men over 23 wrjo jjave trre.Jr lireptor, , Mr, interviewing military obligations behind them. Our Personnel Dir' Switzer, will be ini Wednesday, July 31, from 1 to .6 p.m. arid ' Thursday, August J, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m..at tjie TraveLodge, Gajesbyrg. If necessary to make an immediate decision, bring your wife with you. Jf you are now employed and peed a few days notice, yon wiU be interviewed in the near future. ATTENTION MEN: Serve consumers with Rawleigh Products in S. I^nox & N. C. Fulton Co's- Must have desire to earn $100 per week and up. See or write R. V, Gay, Fairview or Write Rawleigh, Dept. 1LG-286- 545. ffreeport, ill. • CARRY OUT boy for Liquor- arria, must be 16, for after school and Saturday work. 2110 Grand Ave. • (Continued oh page 24) Movie CsBflr Critical WASHINGTON (UP!) - Erie Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Association of America, was reported today in "quite critical condition" from a stroke lie suffered June 17. Johnston, 66, was hospitalized Lightning Kills Two Persons In Pennsylvania PHILArJELPHIA (AP) - Lightning killed a teen-age girl and a golfer in Pennsylvania Sunday. Rita Weirs, 15, of Jeannette, Pa., was struck while walking across a field at Shawnee State Park Near Bedford. Oliver Decker, 38, of Macungie, Pa., was struck at the Lebanon) Valley course n£ar Myerstown. Another golfer in 8 cart with Decker was only stunned. ; : ^ ;—- • : • ; - -ftjlf-j last month after suffering a cerebral thrombosis. REAW THE UL \mn%W\

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