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Thursday, August 1, 1963
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6 Golesburp Regisfer-Moil r GolesbufQ, III. Thursdoy, Aug,_ j|963 GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phont WE 2-2658 Class of 1924 Slates Reunion to attend the event. An estimated 60 persons attended. GALVA—The graduating class «f 1924 of Galva High School will hold its annual reunion Aug. 11 in Wiley Park. Families who plan lo attend were asked to take meat, a covered dish and table service for the potluck dinner to be served at 1 p.m. Rolls, butter and coffee will be furnished by the committee which includes Mrs. James White, Mrs. Glenn Morse, and Mrs. Thisbe Hawks. Club Sponsors Picnic Members of the North West Shrine Club held a hamburger and sweet corn picnic Tuesday in Washington Park in Galva. All Masons of the area were invited Enters Contest Sheryl Johnson, 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwren Johnson, will represent Galva at the Henry County Fair Queen contest Saturday night, Aug. 10 at Cambridge. Miss Johnson won the local queen contest held Sidewalk Day in Galva. Post Field Training Battery C, 2nd Battalion, 123rd Field Artillery, will leave from the Galva armory Friday morning for Camp McCoy, where it will train Aug. 3-17. The advance detachment left Tuesday. BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phont Bushnell 519 Hews Cettespondeni M N. Berne** BfUlhart Bushnell Meetings Announced Europe will be given by BUSHNELL — Victor Rebekah Lodge will hold a stated meeting tonight at 8 o'clock. Plans will be completed for the ice cream social Saturday evening. Carnegie Mutual Club will hold its first meeting of the club year Aug. 9, at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Beulah Cowperthwaite. Miss Karen Caylor will present organ music, and a travelog on Alt ood Unit Opening Set WOODHULL - A half-day of school Aug. 29 will precede the first full-day of classes Aug. 30 in AlWood Schools. The school lunch program will also begin Friday, Aug. 30. Beginning Aug. 12 the office will be open each day until school starts and students wishing to discuss their class schedule should do so Aug. 12 or 13. On those two days, also, students moving into the district since the last school year should register for the 1963-64 school year. Before boys will be permitted to take part in football practice, beginning Aug. 21, school officials said they must complete the following: Secure a tooth and mouth protector. Obtain a certificate of physical examination; a physician will be at the high school in Woodhull Aug. 14 at 2 p.m.' to give such examinations to sopho mores, juniors and seniors. Have their school insurance paid up by Aug. 20. Football equipment will be is' sued Aug. 20 at 7 p.m. Honored at Shower A shower was held Tuesday evening at Monmouth in honor of Miss Margaret Ann Cotter by members of the families. Hostess was Mrs. Jim Schreck, with Mary Schreck as co-hostess, Guests were present from Monmouth, Rock Island, Media, Rar- tian, Smithshire, Galesburg and the following from Bushnell: Mrs. L. C. Kuglar, Mrs. Martha Cotter and Mary Jane Cotter. Miss Cotter and William Schreck will be married Aug. 31 at St. Bernard's Church in Bushnell. FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moos* Lodgo Homo Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. Miss Louise Waggoner of Macomb. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Lyle F. Coffey. 800 W. South St. Mrs. Olive L. Jones, London Mills. Loul9 R. Forsyth, Arlington Motel. Ertimett Curry, 220 Michigan Ave. Miss Leanee O. Medley, Kewanee. Mrs, Marjorte L. Westerfield, 828 Arnold St. Renee Y. Klmbrough, 84« Avenue A. Mrs. Dorothy O. Pico, 808 E. Losey St. Mrs. Jeanette M. Tanzer, 1218 Spruce Ave, Mrs. Ruth A. Brown, 1046 Frank St. Mrs, Mabel B. Thornton, 52 B. North St. Mrs, I Marilyn Gulson, 1035 S. Farnham St. Mrs. L. Esther Bloomer, Keithsburg. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Clarence C. Horton, 1815 Washington St. Mrs. Darlene Brasehe and baby, Abingdon. , Rebecca L. Dillin, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Linda M. Dawdy and baby, 258 Day St. Clyde J. Mims, 1036 S. Academy St. William E. Carlson, Oquawka. Mrs. Janice E. Abel, Knoxvllle. Charles A. Gatt, 2046 Grand Ave. Mrs. Darlene Buck and baby, 434 Arnold St. Loren E. Theesfeld, Altona. William A. Edwards, Altona. Jeffrey L. Banks, East Galesburg. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Miss Sandra K. Roberts, London Mills. Delmonte Thorne, 624 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Thomas Paradis, 1129 Maple Ave. Mrs. Mary Prend^rgast, Rochester, N. Y. Earline Marie Harrington, Arlington Hotel. Mrs. Eulallo Galvan, 422 S. Academy St. Mrs. John Mahnesmlth, Wataga. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Leo H. Fitch, 974 S. Cedar St, Mrs. Martin Setterdahl Alexis. Donald Swearingen, Maquon. H. Murray Baylor, 1187 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Charles Schleich, Abingdon. Mrs. S. Charlotte Foster,. 1641 N. Broad St. Lloyd V. Mercer, 761 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Martin Brush, 1760 Rock Island Ave. Miss Martha Frank, Abingdon. Mrs. Carl Saline, Rio. Timothy D. Brown, 1026 W. Berrien St. Mrs. Willard Munson Gladstone. Mrs. James Morss, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Louis Pacheco, 355 W. Second St. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Bishop Hill Couple Attend Reunion of Ambulance Units Sun-Saliotial PRINTED PATTERN 4822 SI2ES 2 MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" It you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:3t to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-In Window ATTENTION ON THE WAY TO OR FROM THE FAIR STOP IN FOR A Turtle, Chicken or Fish Dinner Also Shrimp, Steaks and Sandwiches of all kinds. MIDWAY TAVERN 9140 E. MAIN Formerly Bud A Hanks Uncle. Joe Shragal, Prop. BISHOP HILL — Bishop Hill postmaster Beverly Spets and her husband, Rias Spets, left Friday for Prairie Du Chien, Wis., where they attended the 17th annual reunion of the 593rd, 594th and 595th Ambulance companies of World War II. On Saturday, the women went on a Mississippi River excursion while the men had their business meeting. While there, Mr. and Mrs. Spets visited the Medical Pfogress Museum and the Villa Louis built on the site of the old fort. On their way to Wisconsin, they visited Dickieville and the Grotto, on their way home visited Mrs. Spets' uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Bronkema and family at Stockton. Eva and Margaret Spets visited with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamper Harvey at Albany while their parents were in Wisconsin. Mrs. Albert Florine tended the Bishop Hill Post Office during their ab sence. Mr. and Mi's. Marvin Am brosrus of Kewanee also attended the reunion in Wisconsin. Bishop Hill Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Roland Spiegel, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gunnar Borg and their house ?uest, Hjlmar Krantz of Sweden; John Oberg, Mrs. Silas Ericson, Mr. and Mrs John A. Oberg and their guests Mary DeBuhr, of Milwaukee, Wis. and Diane and Debbie Oberg of Tiskilwa had a fishing trip and picnic at Lake Storey Sunday Wednesday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gunnar Borg were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Olson of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Oscar Olson of Galva; John Ober'g, Diane and Debbie Oberg, Mary DeBuhr, Mrs. John A Oberg, Hjlmar Krantz and Ona Rae Borg. Mr. and Mrs. Olson had been visiting for two weeks in Southern Illinois with Mrs. Olson's relatives and were spending a couple of days with Olson's sis ter-in-law, Mrs. Oscar Olson, and the Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones families in Galva. Mrs. Janet MacKinzie, who has been staying the past two months in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Anderson, was taken to Gales burg Cottage Hospital Monday for X-rays and treatment. Her room number is 160. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Olson entertained in their home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mosier of Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Eric* son and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Olson, honoring Arthur W. Olson, whose birthday was July 26 and Mrs. Wylie Ericson for July 30. On Monday, Mr. and Mi's. Arthur Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Olson attended the calling hours at the Rungies Chapel in Davenport for Mrs. Emma Mosier, 87, mother of Kenneth Mosier, who died Saturday after being hospitalized a week with a broken hip. She had been living at the Cook Home in Davenport. Mrs. Kenneth Mosier is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson. Mrs. Alice Spets returned to her home Monday after being hospitalized two weeks in the Kewanee Public Hospital. Mr., and Mrs. Dean Anderson and family have been vacationing at Devil's Lake, Wis. GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSIONS Leave Burlington •» 3 P.M. (D.S.T-) tor a four-hour Scenic Trip up through Lock II end back to Burlington at 8 PJK. Dine et Arlon Resiurant. SATURDAY. SUNDAY end HOLIDAYS Cell Burlington, Plass 2-4923. collect ior Charter* and Reservation*. NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to New York. Watch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office. Gay ' muu-muu — cool, pretty, quick to sew! Just pop It over daughter's head to wear as a sundress, painting smock or beach cover-all. Pattern includes bow- trimmed panties. Printed Pattern 4822: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 dress 2% yards 35-inch. FIFTY CENTS In coins tor this pattern—add 15 cents for eacb pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mail, 411, Pattern Dept.. 243 W 17th St., New York 11, N Y Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER Just out I 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern—any one you choose in new Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. THI DOCTOR SAYS You Can Control Most Factors in Heart Disease By WAYNE O. BRANDSTADT, M.D. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. A turban mold is just right for baking a yeast-risen "baba" cake. Be sure to grease and flour the mold before adding the dough. Liston Can't Fight and Promote Too HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - If champion Sonny Liston and chat lenger Cassius Clay hope to stage their proposed heavyweight championship fight in Philadelphia, Liston will have to withdraw as one of the promoters. This was the ruling Wednesday of the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission when it rejected an application for a promoter's license from Liston's Intercontinental Promotions, Inc. The commission acted after receiving an opinion from State Atty. Gen. Walter E. Alessandroni that granting such a license would be improper. Alessandroni, asked for an opinion by the commission, said a 1955 law prohibits promoters from having any direct or indirect financial interest in a boxer. You are as old as your arteries, according to an old saying. Although everyone's arteries become gradually more brittle with age, more than just time is involved. The body can (unction well in spite of a surprising •mount of arterial hardening, but the infiltration of fat Into the arterial walls carries with it another serious hazard — occlusion. In other words, the more fat that is deposited in these walls the narrower the space for the passage of blood becomes. Since this condition is progressive the final result Is a shutting off of the blood supply to vital tissues. When this occurs in the brain the results are similar to those of the so-called little strokes due to small hemorrhages. A person who has always been neat becomes careless of his appearance. A person whose behavior has been restrained and proper may become profane, obscene or subject to violent outbursts. When the blood supply to the heart muscle is cut off, the victim suffers a heart attack. Whether this is mild or severe depends on whether the occlusion was gradual or sudden and on the extent of the area supplied by the occluded vessel. Over half of all deaths in the United States are, now due to diseases of the heart and blood vessels. We doctors recognize other factors which produce arterial hardening: • One is overweight. There is a natural tendency in persons over 45 to become physically less active. Since few of them cut down on their food intake they begin to put on weight, especially if the years have made them prosperous. All persons over 45 years of age should make an all out effort to keep their weight well within normal limits. • Increasing blood pressure goes along with heightened ner vous tension, the drive to get ahead and failure to get enough restful sleep. In its later stages high blood pressure may become a serious disease in itself and require special treatment." It can produce hardening of the arteries. • Excessive cigarette smok­ ing can cause hardening of the arteries by abnormally constricting these vessels. * Also, heredity appears to play a part, if you come from a family in which hardening of the arteries occurred in several members at an early age don't be discouraged. You can't control your heredity but you can control the other factors, to add useful and enjoyable years to your life. Henderson Co. VFWtoBurn Mortgage GLADSTONE - Members of the Henderson County Company VFW and their families will meet at the VFW Home in Gladstone Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. for a mortgage burning ceremony.' A potluck supper will be served at 6 p.m. Since the building was erected in 1956, there was a debt of $7,000 and also $1,500 was added to this when the post purchased an air- conditioner two years ago. All of this has been paid. All members of the VFW Auxil iary and their children were in vited and asked to take food. News Notes Of Toulon TOULON—Last weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bex Olmsted were Mr. and Mrs. Oiear Tracy of Galesburg. Pat Bradford of Galesburg is spending several weeks with the Olm- steds and Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Fay Olmsted, Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Macy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olmsted and Vernon Moak, of Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howell, Mrs. John Durbin, Mrs. Bonnie Durbin and Kelly Jean were Sunday visitors in Galesburg at the home of the Misses Marian and Lillian Rosine. . Mr. and Mrs. John Lambert, hear West Jersey, took their Stan Jack to Carbondale to attend Southern Illinois University workshop. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Heaton, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Benedict spent several days in Harrison, Ark., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rhodes and family have returned to their home in Seattle, Wash., after visiting his father, Harley Rhodes, his sister, Mrs. Clyde Thurston, and brother, Gerald Rhodes. Suzanne Ublauer, Barry Warren and Nancee Warren are Set Gladstone Street Dance GLADSTONE - The Young Democrats of Henderson County are sponsoring a street dance in Oquawka Aug. 2. In case of rain, the dance will be postponed until Aug. 9. The dancing will take place on Main Street from 9 p. m. to 1 a.m. Music will be furnished by the Melody Ramblers. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the Young Democrats in advance or at the dance 'Widow's Walk' In Colonial architecture, the "widow's walk" was a rooftop balcony from which seamen's wives could watch for the return of their husband's ships. FRaNKSinama "C oihe B iow Y our H orn LAST TIMES TONIGHT PLUS "STAGECOACH" To DANCERS ROCK With WARREN STEVENS II READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! RIB SHACK North on Rout* ISO Our chickan is low on calories. Family Slsa Hickory Smokad Order with or without sauca. Air Conditioned For carry out sarvica Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. FRIDAY MORNING a -o PEN OXUtfDFA HAPPY'S Jg, INPewoN Summertime Pun Shofa 35c on stage OR TOTS, OR ALL as® iw™?™ 1 * DIFFERENT EACH WEEK m PERSON 'grandpauappy TV STAR OP CHANNEL 4 -OMTHE SCREEN— •THE. LOST PLANETV J CARTOONS 21 m galore/ _ . _ SPEIDELIA BRACELETS | FLASH CAMERA * TOYS,-PAS§ES ,p 0 PC0RH m ._ i«rrr A MACDOMAl.tfS HAMBURGER k A£W ROOT BEER-A FREE R\DE AT * GALESBURG AMUSEMENT PARK-*-* ±* AMP A FREE QAfcAE OP PUTT-PUTT SQLF H EXTRA - FREE TO EVERYONE A Complimentary Ticket To See FREE Galesburg Collegiate Baseball AT KNOX COLLEGE BASEBALL FIELD DRIVE-IN STARTS TOMORROW WHAT SADISTIC SECRET DID THESE WOMEN POSSESS? THE WEIRDEST! THE WILDEST! HALF WOMAN! HALF STONE! HERCULES * - CAPTIVE WOMEN STMNHHC REG PARK FAY SPAIN f* f NEW TECHNICOLOR * TECHNIRAMA TRIPLE HIT PROGRAM Movie Calendar THVMDAY, AUO. 1 MMttVttt . 'iBye.. fiyA. SiMe* 1:30, 3:38. 8:30, 7:30, 9:38. Wfilf: "The Longest Day," 1:30, 4:50, 8:20. entVC fit! "Stagecoach to Dane- ers Rock," 8:40; "Come Blow Your Horn," 10:20. spending this week at Congregational Church Camp at Pilgrim Park, Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Nail of Louisville, Ky., are visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ilema Roark. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVI. Hours — Tuas., Wed., Thurt., Frl., Sat.—10 a.m. to 11 Mldnlie. Sunday—S p.m. to Mldnlie. Closed Mondays. Prairie Players Present "Dirty Work at tht Crossroad!" Curtain Time —> 1 :30 August ••7-1-1- It at ADELPHI THEATRE Knox College Tickets S1.S0 on Sale O. T. Johnson Box Office. Phone 343-9097 eOMWaTMlTCOOl OPEN 1:15 STARTS TOMORROW! ENDS TONITEI OniMMflMI [TU bet f youre fifraid" she had ^teased \ him. 1 *77/ bet youre afraid 7 M Spencer's Mountain A DELMER OAVES PRODUCTION Starring cnt!in a rv B ad a ms MacARTHUR • 00NAL0 CRISP tw rUNUA- U nAKA wauycox- m^immsyfarmer • lassd on the nous) by EARl HAMKER. Jr. Written lor thpscreen and Directed by DELMER QWtl Music by kUi StewsJI UCNNICOUMi*PANAVISION* Presented by WARNER 6R0& NOW... THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED KIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OF THE WORLD! 3 SHOWS DAILY AT 1:30 • 4:50 • 8:20 SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES DARRYLFA ZANUCKS |HE WITH42 INTERNATIONAL STARS! BARGAIN MATINEE 90c t»-<i « «• feat«/ cemtuus (t¥, 1 t

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