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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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6 Golesburo Register-Moil, Golesburo, 111. Wednesday, Aug. 7, 1963 GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent • Phone WIS 2*2688 Act for Contract On Sewage Plant GALVA — Construction of a sewage plant, the new fiscal year budget and repairing the water tower were among items considered by the Galva City Council Tuesday night. The council authorized the mayor and city clerk to Prairie Players Present Dirty Work at the Crossroads" Curtain Tim* — Ii90 Auguil •-»-»• I - 10 at ADELPHI THEATRI Knox Colleg* TlcktU 11.50 en Sal* Phoit* 843-9097 O. T. Johnion Box Ofllc*. negotiate a contract with C. Iber & Sons of Peoria for construction of a new lagoon- type disposal plant to be located west of town. At a meeting held earlier in the day between city officials and representatives of Stanley Engineering Co. of Muscatine and Iber & Sons, it was learned that the project can be started in about three weeks. Completion date was set for Feb. 1. New budget passed by the FRIDAY NIGHT CATFISH DINNER Potato sa\ad, tomatoes, slaw, $1 4^ P garlic bread I BOWLERS INN Kitchen Open 'Til 11 P.M. council had ft total value of $82,m. A check of the water tower showed rust spots, a waterworks committee reported. It was instructed td get bids from John F. Greenlee Co. of Cherry Valley for painting the tower. Aldermen received a copy of a letter from the Illinois State Dept. of Registration and Education instructing the city not to issue permits for buildings which would have 2,000 square feet of floor space or more. Only exception is when such a building's plans have been drawn by a licensed architect or structural engineer. The building committee was instructed by the mayor to check City Hall for signs of structural deterioration. Aldermen considered methods of improving the structure. These, included changing light fixtures to fluorescent bulbs and the use of tile on some floors. Talbot Reunion Held at Bishop Hill One hundred and seven family members attended the annual Talbot reunion held Sunday at the Bishop Hill Colony School. A potluck dinner was followed by a program. Piano selections were given by Mary, Becky and Billie Talbot, children of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Talbot of Annawan. Floyd Talbot was named presi- ROCKY'! MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Ttl, Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Mldnit*. Hour. _ Tuei., Wed.. Thur«., Sunday—5 p.m. to Midnlta. Cloiad Monday*. dent of the 1964 reunion when officers were elected in a business meeting. Other officers include Mrs. Leonard Quanstrom, vice president! Mrs. Erwin Lynn, secretary; Miss Vicki Mardock, assistant secretary, and Mrs. Edwin Kenney, treasurer. Committees n a hied include: Recreation, Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Kenney and Keith Addis; nominating, Floyd Talbot, Robert Kenney and Mrs. Charles Wexell; grounds, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kenney, and coffee, Mrs. Paul Talbot and Mrs. Lyle Mardock. Gain Recognitions Recognition was given to Henry Talbot of Cambridge, oldest member present; Floyd Talbot family of Geneseo, largest family present; Rickey Lee Addis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Addis of Montrose, youngest in attendance, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Addis, who traveled the greatest distance. Roger Fox, Dennis Kenney, Sue Addis, Mary, Penny and Randy Talbot won prizes in contests. Officers and chairmen for the 1963 reunion were George Talbot* Mrs. Leonard Quanstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Talbot, Mrs. Charles Wexell, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Talbot Jr., Mrs. Herman McCurdy, Ed Matson, Mrs. Wilson Wicall, Mrs. Lyle Mardock and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Talbot. The 1964 reunion will be held in the Bishop Hill Colony School on the first Sunday in August. Movie Calendar lift. 3:35. 6:*6, 7:45 and fi:80. WEST! "The Longest Day," 1:30, 4:80 and 8:20 p.m. _^ fifilVfi-HI: "Paranoiac," 8:40; '"The Birds," 10:10. Imposed Fine Willard Krans, Galva, was arrested Monday for being drunk on the streets of Galva and was fined $10 and cost in William Quinney's court. Guests Depart After Stay in Bishop Hill BISHOP HILL -Mr. and Mrs. Bill Riner and family of Green Bay, Wis., have returned home following a week 's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Riner of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Craig and family of Rio, and with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chilberg and family of Bishop Hill, brothers-in-law and sisters of Mr. RJner. Cindy Riner remained in Bishop Hill during the week and the Chilbergs were hosts to a family dinner Sunday. A Wednesday night guest of the Chilbergs was her aunt, Miss Florence Patty of East Moling who was returning rrom a trip to California. Mrs. Blanche Chilberg and Mrs t Lilly Barnhoeft of East Moline were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Chilberg. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Krause and family entertained at a cookout Aug. 1 honoring his mother, Mrs. Emma Krause of Kewanee on her birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walwer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomas and son, Mr. and Mrs. James Krause and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krause, and family, Mrs. Ollie Mahnesmith and family, Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. James Krause and Cindy, Gaylene Two good ways to spend 30 cents BUY A WHOLE DAY'S BUY A SODA An ice cream soda—sure, it's mighty delicious. Good for you, too. A fine thing to have more of and enjoy more often.. But after a few minutes of pleasure, the soda is gone. Yes, thirty cents. That's about what it costs the average family to make a full day's use of electric conveniences. It figures— when 1 cent's worth of electricity brews 32 cups of coffee and toasts 35 slices of bread, 7 to 10 cents a day cooks the family meals, 3 cents worth works a food freezer, less than 3 cents worth keeps you cool all night with a night cooling fan. And so on. Electricity is still the greatest value in your budget ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's MM, 88*11 Bri|g9, B94W, First.81. Mrs. Marion L.Shjiver. Oneida. Mrs. James ft. Jared. 9« E- Brooks Mrs." ftobert W. Sweet, Galesbuf* M?s° U H«rold T. Mesecher, 670 Marstoft Ave. Mrs, Anton W. Kapraun, Kewanee. Charles L. Pulliam. Abingdon. Victor Jones, Galesburg Rural Joe°BeMrra, 418 S. Henderson St. Eugene Shaw, Alexia, Frank F. Faber, Oftlva. Connie L. Wilson. Berwick. Howard M. Duvall, 136 Lake St. Stanley Scott, Canton. Luther Adams, Arlington Hotel. Mrs. Norma Belcher, 1448 E. Main St Richard M. Cunningham, Owensboro, Ky. Mrs. Howard O. Mitchell, 1148 Park View Rd. Shelley Moore, Gllson. Mrs. Jacinto Pacheco, 75fl Liberty St. Richard D. Sherman, Abingdon. Paul W. Steen, Monmouth. » Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Barbara J. Bertelsen, 1241 Jefferson St. Mrs. Sharon K. Ointher, Abingdon. Mrs. Freda E. Swanson, 1349 E. Knox St. Kenneth A. Barlow, Galva. Mrs. Rose A. Paul, 1169 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Flossie M. Way, Abingdon. William T. Peters, 1142 N. Broad St. Lois Jean Arnett, 1376 Mulberry St. DeVora E. Arnett, 1376 Mulberry St. Mrs. Myrna Alexander, Abingdon. Mrs. Agnes L. Hamilton, 1786 Beecher Ave. Eldon A. Brokaw. Abingdon. Jeff Frakes, 963 McClure St. Herbert N. Bloomquist, 748 Bateman . St. Mrs. Janet L. Hawley, Princevllle. Mrs. Sarah A. Nelson, Altona. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Steve C. Bruns, Alexis. Wayne M. Smith, 267 E. Waters St, Paula M. Peck, 1467 N. Henderson St. Mrs. Joyce Martin and baby, Mrs. Ida B. Martin, 825 N. Seminary St. Jerry L. Merideth, 487 S. Chambers St. Mrs. L. Esther Bloomer, Keithsburg. Mrs. Phyllis C. Black, Alpha. Mrs. Rebecca Carley, 543 E. Brooks Mrs/ Norma W. Smith and baby. Abingdon. ' Galva District Hires Teacher GALVA — The hiring of teachers for the Galva School District was completed this week with the hiring of Mrs. Mary Beardsley. Mrs. Beardsley, 24, will teach girls physical education and will supervise the cheerleaders and Girls Athletic Association, according to Supt. Milo Watson. She is a 1963 graduate of Georgetown University in Georgetown, Ky., where she was awarded a bachelor of science degree in physical education and English. Her husband is a laboratory technician and will work at St. Francis Hospital in Kewanee. They have a 2-year-old son, and will reside in Galva at 110 SW Third St. Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krause and Jerry and Gladys Carmen, of Kewanee. RIB SHACK North on Rout* 150 Our chicken if low on calorlai. Family Sis* Hickory Smoked Order with or without muc*. Air Conditioned For carry out isrvlce Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. THEATRE w MAUI Rt. 34 West - Open nil 11 7=30 - Show at 8:40 "It Could Be the Most Terrifying Motion Picture Ever Made." ^ -Alfred Hitchcock a i is ALFRED HITCHCOCKS TheBirds 111 MNII 111 OH • Starring ROD * SUZANNE TAYLOR PIESHETTE '•The Birds" shown at 10:10 "Paranoiac" shown at 8:40 GATEWAY TQ MURDER?' JANETTE SCOW OLIVER REED SHEILA BURRELL ALEXANDER DAVKJN ULIANE BROUSSE SUNDAY «t the DRIVE-IN "AVDCV" Rosalind UlrJl with RUSSELL Begins Suspension SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (UW) - Jockey Larry Adami will start a 10 -day suspension Thursday for "failing to keep a straight course in the stretch" during the running of Monday'l ninth race at Saratoga. READ THE WANT ADS! urea mi HURRY J ""^ The Picture Arthur Godfrey To The Skfetl FEATURES AT: 1:30 - 3:35 - 8:40 7:45 and 9:50 Mountain MtoHiiMin Starts FRIDAY ALL WALT DISNEY PROGRAM 11 ~ miner ^ TOCHNICOflr EXTRA ADDED RctMttdbr JUtNAVISH*. . ei963 Wall Oitntr Production Disney YELLOWSTONE CUBS TWO PRANKSTERS HAVE A FIELD DAY I __ »>ltm<tylUtHAyHTAWittitullonC<).,liw. • $1963 Wilt Olsmy Pfo<tuctloi >rTECHNICOLORg_ ENDS THURS.! THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT 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 \WlTH4flNTERNA TIONAL'STAASfi DAY BARGAIN MATINEE 90c [^-Wawft^ffl JAMMMtfey MM CmlurfuWM, Starts FRIDAY •••• Mtm -OlOWYNIMYEil presents i SEVEN ARTS HKXXO0N start*' PAT BOONE & NANCY KWAN "THE BM9M ATTRACTION" PLUS — 2nd HIT METROCOLOR JOANNE T- CLAIRE , CAROL TrevorLynley I Q nema S cop E ICIMIUtT-fOl eouMtTAKTcqak. FRIDAY MORNING — -OPENSA.W. aRANDPA HAPPY'S - TS |NPERwM Summertime Fun Show 350 on stage ORTOTI, OR ALL DIFFERENT EACH WEEK IN PERSON GRANDPA MAPPY TV STAR OF CHMN&L4 -OKI THE SCREEN— •THE LOST PLANET' "I CARTOONS -J 6ALORE/ SPEIDELL.Il BRACELETS * FLASH CAMERA * TOVS,-PAS§ES,P0PC0RH tREEto EVERYONE A MACDOSJALB'S HAMBURGER— A^W ROOT BEER-A FREE RIDE AT * GALESBURG AMUSEMENT PARK*"— A, AMP A FREE QAKAE OP PUTT-PUTT SOLF EXTRA - FREE TO EVERYONE FREE A Complimentary Ticket To See Galesburg Collegiate Baseball AT KNOX COLLEGE BASEBALL FIELD

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