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6 Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Friday, Aug, 2, 1963 BUSHNELL, 620 W. Hurst St, Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 ItMN CetttipBHdrai IN. BMWftttf BtlllMtl Porker Prices Drop in Week BUSHNELL — Hog prices are sharply lower for the week and wholesale pork continued to show decline, it was pointed out in a market survey by the Bushnell Stockyards farm service department. The department's summary follows: The volume of hogs marketed this week has only slightly above last been week but still less than this period last year. Wholesale pork has worked lower all week as demand has been poor and this has caused a backlog of the product. Warm weather always affects the movement of pork as more families switch to cold cuts and eggs. Fresh fruits and vegetables are also more plentiful at attractive prices. Increased supplies of beef and poultry are being offered Bt prices that are in strong com- |)etition to pork. This means that It will take lower priced pork at fhe meat counters in order to Himulate the demand. Eye Cooler Weather However, the overall demand for not only pork but all meat products won't improve too much until cooler fall weather. The losses in the wholesale channels have reflected in the live trade and prices have slipped from the new highs established last week. Larger numbers of hogs under 200 pounds have been arriving at the markets and this has caused wider spreads to develop. Despite reduced hog supplies the last of this week, the downward trend continues and price losses on butcher hogs run from $1 to $1.50, with the heaviest penalties on the light and over- finished arrivals. Packing sows are also under buyer pressure and have worked 75 cents to $1.00 lower. With increased numbers of hogs expected in the near future, it will be important to keep shipments at levels that do not cause bunching to result one day and short supplies the next. This will only cause prices to fluctuate with the result not being.bene­ ficial to the bulk of the hog raisers. Lower prices will also force hogmen to keep closer contact with market agencies as wider price spreads can be expected, and it will be more profitable to market hogs when they reach the most popular weights. MOOSE LODGE 880 Dance Party Membm and Guesta SATURDAY NITE LORIN ELLIOTT RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Our chicken is low on caloriei. Family Size Hickory Smoked Order with or without lauce. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. SPECIAL! ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EAT 65c Chicken in the Basket Turtles — Shrimp Steaks *- Chops Sandwiches Suburban Inn The Burkes — Jack and Ethel Church Services Are Announced Pastors of Bushnell churches have announced Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Methodist — Henry L. Cox, pastor. Church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Sermon, "No Private World." Assembly of God — Robert Rutledge, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Christ Ambassador service 6:30 p.m. Sunday service 7:30 p.m. Women's prayer 7:30 p.m. Prayer, Bible study and personal evangelism Thursday evening. First Baptist — Harry Litzenberg, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship service, communion and reception of new members 10:45 a.m.; sermon, "Distractions That Weaken Faith." Service at the Golden Age Home 3 p.m. Evening service 7:30 o'clock; sermon, "A Matter of Life and Death." Monday, Men's Brotherhood meeting at Raritan 6:30 p.m. Cars will leave our church at 5:45 p.m. Girls guild meeting at the parsonage 7 p.m. Tuesday, prayer meeting at the home of Dr. Graber 6 a.m. Trustees meeting 7:30 p.m. at the church. Wednesday, deacons visitation 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Upstreamers class meeting at the home of Mi 's. Crystal Stoddard 2 p.m. Deaconesses meeting 7 p.m. Business meeting 7:15 p.m. Prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. Friday, Willing 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 2140 E. MAIN Formerly Bud & Hanks Uncle Joe Shragal, Prop, Prairie Players Present 'Dirty Work at the Crossroads" Curtain Time — 8:30 Auguit 6-7-8-9-10 at ADELPHI THEATRE Knox College Ticket* $1.50 on Sale O. T. Johnson Box Office. Phone 343-9097 MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If 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 8:31 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window PLAYING NIGHTLY * "VIOLATORS" Everyone's talking about the BYRON GIBSON Organ Always More Fun at • ( # Slate Farm Policy Meets In Mercer ALEDO — Developments in farm policy will be discussed in a series of meetings in Mercer County this September. The first meeting in the district, however, will be Aug. 13 at the First Presbyterian Church in Macomb, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. According to Fred Zbinden, organizational secretary for the Farm Bureau, the Macomb meet will be attended by the bureau's policy development committee. It includes Raymond Parkinson and Lloyd Baker, Aledo; Jerry Melton, Seaton: Lawrence McManus and Leo Fritch, Preemption; Wayne Hickok, New Windsor, and Verne Struble, Marston, Mercer County meetings are Sept. 11 in Preemption Masonic Hall; Aledo, same date, Farm Bureau building; Sept. 12. Sunbeam United Presbyterian Church in Ohio Grove Township; Sept. 16, New Boston Methodist Church; Sept. 18, Eliza Community Church. A{1 meetings start at 6:30 p.m. with a pancake and sausage supper, except at North Henderson Lutheran Church Sept. 24, when it will start at 7 p.m. Toulon Scouts Attend Camp TOULON—Members of Toulon Boy Scout Troop 150 held a weekend Camp Out at Streitmatters Lake northeast of Toulon. Del Pitzer went to the camp Sunday morning and held church services. Boys going were Jim Boldman, Steve Briner, Randal and Marvin Cinnamon, Earl and Bill Conner, Ronnie Cox, Rickie Miller, Richard White, Steve Parrott and Chuck Rice. Adults going were Scoutmaster William Thomas, assistant E. W. Boldman and Dean Briner and committeeman Robert Cinnamon. They and Mrs. Willard White furnished transportation. The time was spent taking tests for badges and swimming. Helpers class meeting at the home of Mrs. Louise Alden 2 p.m. Bushnell News Notes The Bushnell Assembly of Rain bow held a potluck supper and swimming party Wednesday evening at the VFW Park, with about 40 members and guests attending. Adults present were Mrs. Ann Fisk, Mrs. Betty Mason and Mi's. Inez Bradshavv. Mrs. Pauline Mangold and Vicky of Leipsic, Ohio, and Dr. and Mrs. John Reyher of Chicago are spending a few days with the women's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Furniss, and to attend the Furniss reunion Sunday. En route home from a vacation trip to Florida, Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Hocking and family of LaMoure, N. D., were overnight guests of Lula Black, and Wednesday visited with friends and relatives, including Corda McNaughton and Guy Black. GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2*2658 Churches Arrange Services GALVA — Churches in Galva J 7 and 8 :30 a.m. first, third and have announced Sunday service | fifth Sundays^ Masses 7 and 10:15 schedules and other activities for the new week. They are: First Congregational — John S. Broeksmit Jr. pastor. Sunday 9 a.m. Church school, morning worship, Rev. Harold L. Thrall preaching. Galva Assembly of God—A. O. Blue, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. worship, 6 p.m. CA service, 7 p.m. evangelistic service. Grace Methodist — Robert E. Holmes, pastor. Sunday 9 a.m. family worship, 10 a.m. church school. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Joy Class meeting. Sunday, Aug. 11 vacation. St. John's Catholic—Gerard A. Verhoye, pastor. Sunday Masses a.m. second and fourth Sundays. Foursquare — Allan Mason, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school, 11 a.m. worship, 7:30 p.m. service. Monday 7 p.m. softball game, Foursquare vs. Baptist. Thursday 7:30 p.m. midweek prayer and Bible study. Saturday annual Sunday school picnic in Wiley Park. Messiah Lutheran^ - D. V. Charlson, pastor. Sunday 8 p.m. worship, 9:15 a.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. worship, 7 p.m. Luther League. Tuesday 2 p.m. Devotional leaders Bible study. Wednesday 8 p.m. Evening circles. Thursday 2:30 p.m. afternoon circles. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Hour* — Tuei., Wed., Thuri., Fri., Sal.—10 a.m. lo 12 Mldnita. Sunday—S p.m. to Midnit*. Cloied Mondayi. DUE TO VACATIONS the Dining Room of the Galva LeClaire Hotel WILL BE CLOSED DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST ON SUNDAY. ANNIVERSARY MONTII EDELSTEIN SAT., AUG. 3 Featuring 2 Band* Billy Williams Plus the Ram Rods Playing in the Wheel Boom $1.25 before 9 — $1.50 afler S Student Price S1.00 Sat.. Aug. 17—Run Carlyle Explorer Post At Kirkwood Plans Trip KIRKWOOD — The Kirkwood Explorer Post met Monday night and arrangements were made to leave for the canoe trip in Northern Wisconsin Aug. 4. Scoutmaster Conway told the boys what to take and the rules to be followed and what to do in preparation for the trip. Each boy who planned to take the trip paid the balance of $8.50 on the cost of the trip. Kirkwood Briefs Beverly and Deanna Palmburg of Libertyville visited last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Weaver. This week Beverly and Deanna are visiting with their other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Palmburg of near Roseville. Miss Renee Faudree returned Monday after a 2-week visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Faudree in Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. J. R. Hastings spent last week visiting in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hastings and family in Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Lovell of Bethany, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bunker and daughters Carol and Connie of Grant City, Mo., came Sunday for a visit in the Randell Lovell home. The Milford Lovells are Randell's parents and Mrs. Bunker is his sister. Sunday evening guests in t h e James Paris home were Mr. and. Mrs. Courtney Swanson, Kenneth and Steve, of Galesburg. George Tinkham and John °ar- is last weekend were at Camp Pearl, where they were initiated into the Order of the Arrow. Ronnie Tinkham took the boys to camp and Mr. and Mrs. James Paris witnessed the torchlight ceremony Saturday night, after which they brought the boys home. Family Reunited Guests the past week in the Ernest Shook home were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stull and Miss Anne Stull of Eagle Rock, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Stull of Roanoke, Va. The visit came as a surprise to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Surber of Biggsville, sister and brother in-law of Homer Stull, whom they had not seen for 48 years. Robbie and Susan Milligan of Milan spent a weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Er nest Shook, and attended the homecoming festivities. Mrs. Joe Neibel of Camden, Ind., sister of Mrs. Earl Bickell, of Kirkwood, died July 18 after an illness of many years. Mrs. Neibel died just 10 days after the death of Sam Bechdolt, her brother-in law, and also Mrs. Bickell's brother-in-law. Mrs. Earl Bickell went to Silvis Wednesday to spend.the remainder of the week in the home of her son-in-law and daughter and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McMillan and Jan. Frank Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Palmer of Seattle, Wash., and grandson of Mrs. Earl Bickell of Kirkwood is being married Aug. 17 which is the 22nd wedding anniversary of his parents. Mrs. Gordon Palmer is the former Jane Bickell of Kirkwood. FFA Fair Posted In Bureau County Ten members of the Galva chapter of FFA are expected to enter the FFA Fair Saturday at the Bureau County fairgrounds in Princeton. Eight entries were listed in the swine class and the others in the dairy and beef. Among those who are registering are Rodney Binge, Danny Conner, John Conner, Richard Conner, Michael England, Robert Gale, Robert Shields, Terry Shields, Allen Stuckey and Ross Walker. Wilbur Liehr is the FFA adviser for the Galva group. Plan Class Reunion Members of the graduating Class of 1934 of Galva High School will hold a reunion Saturday night at the Midland Country Club. The dinner will be served at 7 p.m A picnic will be held Sunday at Lake Calhoun for members and their families. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMtittOttl THURSDAY Donald Brown, San Fernando, Calif. Ernest Kesslnfer, Hatfield, Ind. Sam Conas, 483 Hawklrtson Ave. John Michael Healey, 188? S. Seminary St. Earl Oliver, Yates City. Richard Sherman, Abingdon. Leslie Eaton, Berwick. Alfred Lamberti, Abingdon. Mrs. Bill Rowland, Galesburg Route 3, DISMISSALS THURSDAY Harvey Templeton, 112 N. Pleasant Ave. Frank Jones Sr., 1088 E. North St. Mrs. Jess Barber, WUliamsfleld. Mrs. John L. Brady, Abingdon. Ernest Kessinger, Hatfield. Ind. Mrs. Timothy Frlsby, 600 E. South St. Jess Beserra, 418 S. Henderson St. James Snodgrass, HOB E. North St. Mrs. Lillian Keeling, 189 Sumner St. Tlmmle Mims, 1030 Emery St. Mrs. Roger Dawson, 1481 Monroe St. i Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Harold L, Anderson, Oalva. Mrs. Norma W. Smith, Abingdon. Mrs. Marianne Hagrellus, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Neil G. Woolsey, Knoxvllle. James A ; Dowcll Jr., 1884 MeadoW Dr. Mrs. Marie M. Spiegel, Galva. mire, Abing' ... • O'Brien Inary St, ....... ~. gd Mrs. Nettie O'Brien, 119 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Catherine L. Ross, Abingdon. Mrs, Joyce B. Martin, Alexis. Mrs. Cora Rogers, 488 E. Second St. Mrs. Stella J. Rogers, 1418 Rock Island Ave. Mrs. Betty L. VanNatta, Avon. Mrs. Dorothy E. Bellinger, Lake Bracken. Mrs. Shelva Jean Widger, Fairview. Mrs. Dorothy Miller, Monmouth. James P. Hutchins, 667 Indiana Ave. Mrs. Alta A. Penderson, 1428 N. Kellogg St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Miss Judia A. Crookham, 524 Burgland Ave. Mrs. Ida M. Jacobson, 484 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Darlene T. Smith, Knoxvllle. Mrs. Jeanette M. Tanzer, 1218 Spruce Ave. Mrs. Agnes L. Nalley, 453 Arnold St. Michelle I. Tingley, 1879 Baird Ave. Bruce N. Christensen, 471 N, Cherry St. Mrs. R. Karin, Simkins and baby, North Henderson. Mrs. Sheron Tucker and baby, 1526 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Linda F. Genisio, 911 E. Main St. Mrs. Margaret J. Forest, Galva. Mrs. Marie P. Norton, Keithsburg. Mrs. Ruth A. Brown, 1046 Frank St. READ THE WANT ADS! HELD OVER.. THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT JUST AS IT WAS* SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS \ OF THE WORLDI 3 SHOWS DAILY AT 1:30 - 4:50 • 8:20 DARRYLFA ZAA/UCW THE SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES 'WITH 42 INTERNATIONAL STARS/ BARGAIN MATINEE 90c News Topics Of Oquawka OQUAWKA - Mrs. Carol Hays and sons, Michael and Mark, and Mrs. Margaret Fryrear, have returned home from a visit with Mrs. Helen Cornell in Rock Island. While there, Michael and Mark were guests on Grandpa Happy's 4 Fun Factory program over WHBF TV. Michael was selected from the group of children there to throw a ball across stage to Grandpa Happy, and was presented a Stan Musial baseball bat and a Stan the Man's Hit Record. Mrs. James Cargill, Mrs. John Reed, Mrs. Perry Cochran and Mrs. Kenneth Haley of Burlington spent Monday with the former women's sister, Mrs. Ethel Fry- Movie, Calendar ruiDAT Aua. t OftfMEtfMt "Spencer's Mountain,'* 1:30, 3:90, 8:30, 7:30 and 9:35 p .m. WBSTJ "The Longest Day," 1:30,. 4:50, 8:20. DRIVE ttt: "Flight of the Lost Balloon," 8:4S; "Hercules and the captive Womeri," 10:»; "Yellow Canary," 12:15. rear. A dinner honored th« birth' day of Mrs. Fryrear, which oc* curred Saturday, and Mrs. Reed'i which occurred Monday. Mrs. Zelda Schell of Phoenix, Ariz., called on relatives and friends Monday in Oquawka. James D. Rogers, county clerk, underwent surgery at the Burlington Hospital July 26 and is get* ting along nicely at this time. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! DRIVE-IN TODAY and TOMORROW WHAT SADISTIC SECRET DID THESE WOMEN POSSESS? THE WEIRDIST! THE WILDEST! HALF WOMAN! HALF STONE! p HERCULES r £ CAPTIVE WOMEN REG PARK FAY SPAIN TRIPLE HIT PROGRAM NOW SHOWING COMFORTABLY COOL FEATURES SHOWN DAILY. AND SUNDAY AT: 1:30 - 3:30 - 5:30 » 7:30 and 9:35 P.M. This was the summer they NOTE — This is the Picture That Arthur Godfrey Has Been Praising to the Skies! left their innocence behind... bfibliM "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 The Swingsters 100 at 11 68+ at 12 Louise Hollis serving best of food. COMING - GREEN RIVER BOYS Annual Family Picnic Sunday, Aug. 18 AMRKPfMOQN Spencer's Mountain FONDA-O'HARA UI1U /V U rirtfAH cowing JAMES MacARTKUR DONALD CRJSPWAtiyCOX ^ MIMSY FARMER Wnttw for the semen and Outctad b» OELUER QtfES • KCHUCOlQR* P«AflSJQ|» __ |K«<(»ft l .0 (Wlb r E«lRWW£R, A .. ||u61ct , teSlM)(r l >l«|^|*yUf |l32

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