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6 Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburp, 111. Friday, Aug, 9, 1963 GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phon* WE 2.2658 Church Services Arranged GALVA — Sunday services and activities during the week have been announced by six Galva churches. First Baptist — Rev. Kenneth Starns, pastor, will have Sunday school at 10, and worship at 11 a.m. Sermon will be "The Anxious Question." Evening service at 7 will have the subject, "All Tilings." Mission Circle for ladies win not meet this month. Foursquare — Rev. Alan Mason, pastor, will have Sunday school at 10, and worship at 11 a.m. A nursing home service will begin at. 1:30 p.m. Evening service will be at 7:30. Monday, teens will meet at the church at 6:30 p.m. to depart for summer camp at Waupaca, Wis. Thursday, midweek prayer service and Bible study will be held. First Congregational— Rev. John Broeksmit Jr., pastor, worship will be at 9 a.m. Rev. Eugene Anderson, pastor of Toulon Baptist Church, will deliver the sermon. Galva Assembly of God— Sunday school at 9:45, worship at 11 a.m., CA service at 6 p.m., and evening service at 7. Tuesday, the Missionary Council will meet at 2 p.m. Cottage prayer meeting Robertson Kin To Hold Reunion BISHOP HILL — Descendants of Daniel Robertson will hold their annual reunion Sunday, Aug. 18, at Bishop Hill. The meeting will be held in the Old Colony School House. A potluck dinner will be served at noon, and those attending are to take table service. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Frl.,' Sal.—10 m.m. le 12 Midnlta. Hour* — Tu«i., Wed., Thura., Sunday—5 p.m. lo Mldnll*. Closed Mondays. MOOSE LODGE IN Dance Party Members and Guests SATURDAY NITE BILL BALLARD BAND HUB EDELSTEIN SAT., AUG. 10 FREDDIE STEVENS plus the 'ROCKING" RAM RODS Playing in Wheel Room S1.00 before 9—S1.25 after • 2Sth Anniversary Dance Sat., Aug. 17, Russ Carlyle Attention Friends! Come out and be amongst your friends and enjoy fine food at working man's prices in air conditioned comfort. SERVING THE FINEST OF TURTLE. CHICKEN, INDIVIDUAL CATFISH, T-BONES, SHRIMP, SANDWICHES MIDWAY TAP 2140 E. MAIN Uncle Joe Shragal, Prop. will be at 7 p.m. Rev. A. O. Blue is the pastor of the church. Messiah Lutheran—Rev. D. V. Charlson, pastor, will have early worship at 8, Sunday school at 9:15, and worship at 10 a.m. There will be no services Sunday, Aug. 18. SC. John's Catholic—Gerard Ver- hoye, pastor, will have Mass Sunday at 7 and 8:30 a.m. on first, third and fifth Sundays, and Mass at 7 and 10:15 a.m., second and fourth Sundays. Vacationer Returns Mrs. Francis (Amy) Sauerman of Galva spent the last two weeks visiting at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Amenoff In St. Charles and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Lee in Bangor, Mich. Mrs. Sauerman assumed duties Thursday in the office of the Lundeen Insurance Agency. Reunions Planned The 38th annual reunion of the White family will be held Sunday in Wiley Park. A potluck dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. The committee has made arrangements so the gathering will be of special interest to the children and young people. The annual Spencer reunion will be held in Galva College Park, Aug. 25, at 1 p.m. Members who plan to attend were asked to take table service, card tables and chairs. Expect Records To Fall as AAU Meet Opens CHICAGO (UPI) — Six swimming and diving events will open today's 1963 National AAU senior men's swimming and diving championships in which many records are expected to tumble. Five world" record holders, 17 American record holders and five 1963 Pan American Games champions will be among the powerful field competing in the New Ridgeland Common Poll in suburban Oak Park, 111. A team of 16 swimmers and one diver will be selected to compete against Japan. The tour will start in Tokyo Aug. 17-18 and will end Aug. 31. The team will leave for Los Angeles Monday and for Japan the next day. Can't Beat It MILWAUKEE (NEA) — George Billick of Old Forge, Pa., has the most American Bowling Congress-approved 300 games. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Our chicken Is low on calories. Family Size Hickory Smoked Order with or without aauce. 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 IAGLES "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 Green River Boys 100 at 11 85+ at 12 Louise Hollis serving best of food. COMING-MAX PAULSGROVE Annual Family Picnic Sunday, Aug. 18 OPENING MONDAY another outstanding attraction Bob fliies Quartet BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St. fiuihaell* Phone Bushnell 519 Cofftiponditii rs. Bernard BrUlaMi Bushnell Yards Appraises Week 9 s Hog Marketing BUSHNELL — The hog market has been very uneven all week arid many days there has been a 2 -way price trend, it was pointed out by the Bushnell Stockyards farm service department in a summary of the market during the week. The summary follows: This is being caused by increased supplies of weights under 200 pounds. The de Burlington in 3 -2 Victory Over Clinton By United PICM International Southpaw Bill Edgerton made his first start for Burlington a good one Thursday night with a three-hit performance that helped tighten the Midwest League pennant race. Edgerton, now with the Bees after being released by Quincy, pitched Burlington to a 3-2 win over Clinton. The triumph let the Bees creep within a half-game of the C-Sox. Wisconsin Rapids also scrambled back within striking distance of the lead with a 7-5 win over Quincy to keep pace with the Bees. In other action, Waterloo blanked Dubuque, 2-0, on a three- hitter by Dave Gray, Fox Cities dumped Decatur, 12-6, and Quad Cities staged a late rally to clip Cedar Rapids, 9-3, in 10 innings. The same teams play again tonight. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Betty J. Stromgren, Rock Island. _ . Miss Linda Bond, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Eleanor S. Courson, Abingdon. Roy A. Louthan, 1505 Grand Ave. John E. Williams Sr., 236 Virginia Ave. Mrs. Florence R. Wood, 708 Clark St. Roger M. West, Dahinda. James E. DoweU, Knoxvllle. Laura A. Lockhart, 1610 Wlllard St. Mrs. Shirley A. Fox, North Henderson. Richard L. Robertson, Monmouth. Timothy J. SheUey, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs.' Lois L. Lundeen. Galva. Mrs. Luella Eck, 218 Madison Ave. Mrs. Pearl A. Moore, Gilson. Mrs. Rachel M. Flynn, 440 Pine St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Edna M. Dutton, Wataga. Lois Jean Arnett, 1376 Mulberry St. DeVora E. Arnett, 1376 Mulberry St. Mrs. Karenlee Pickrel and baby, Andover. Lyle F. Coffey, 500 W. South St. Mrs. Linda F. Genisio and baby, 911 E. Main St. Mrs. Alice J. Nelson, Aledo. Mrs. Amanda Sandborg, 726 Johnston St. Mrs. Alta A. Penderson, 1428 N. Kellogg St. Cluster Lentz, 1362 W. Losey St. William T. Peters, 1142 N. Broad St. Louis Forsyth, Arlington Hotel. Mrs. May J. Young, Williamsfield. Mrs. Bertha M. Pierson, Williamsfield. Miss Kathleen M. Hollister, Avon. Mrs. Betty L. Gale, Williamsfield. mand - for • the lighter weights is limited and the spread is wide, as the selected meaMypes are bringing substantial premiums over average arrivals. Smaller numbers of hogs weighing over 240 pounds are'showing up at the markets and they are being well supported. The middleweight butchers, while still in the best demand, continue to work lower. This is why we are finding many markets quoting some weight hogs higher and other weights lower all on the same day. Up until this past week some of the best light sows were competing with butcher hogs of the same weight, and the spread between butchers and sows was getting narrower. However, as hog prices Golf Meet Assured of New Champ BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP) —The big Western Amateur Golf Tournament already is assured of a new champion. At the moment, with 1962 champion Art Hudnutt of Elyria on the sidelines, two other Ohioans are sharing the limelight in a wild scramble. As Hudnutt blew himself out of the tourney Thursday, Don Voth of Akron and Tom Weiskopf of Bedford took the lead and runner-up spot, respectively, for the final 36 holes of qualifications. Fifty-six contenders, with Hudnutt out of it after two erratic rounds,, survived for today's two rounds from which 16 will be left for weekend match play. Hudnutt soared to a 15-over-par 86 to go with his first-day 84 for a 170 total, 13 strokes in excess of the 157 needed to survive the first two rounds. Voth and Weiskopf each shot 73, two over par, as Voth took a two- stroke lead over his fellow Ohioan. He totaled 147 to 149 for Weiskopf. The high-scoring tournament on the 6,943-yard Point-O-Woods Country Club course, where 194 hopefuls began play Wednesday, supplied its first par score won by Dale Morey of Morgantown, N.C., who matched par on every hole for a 71 and 151 total. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Michael E. Thomas, 1304 Arcadia Dr. Mrs. Jason Beaty, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Rhoda M. Cooper, 1138 W. Main St. Troy L. Williams, 564 W. First St. Chester G. Eary, 711 Beecher Ave. Jeffrey L. Mohr, 651 S. Pearl St. Anthony Redington, Galesburg Route 3. Melva J. Powell. 2133 Newcomer Dr. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Chauncey Belden, 383 E. Ferris St. Herbert Bernahl, Geneva, 111. Mrs. E. L. Bradford, 1831 E. Main St. Fred Brown, Alexis. Donald Brunkow, Arlington Hotel. Kim A. Davis, Galesburg Route 2. Sam L. Davis. 747 Holton St. Becky A. Freeman, 975 S. Chambers St. Robert E. Gaul, Monmouth. Andrew Grice, 1810 Grand Ave. David Vega, 724 W. South St. MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If yon 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 8:3* to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY. Owner Drive-in Window Regular 35c TENDERLOIN 20c For Curb and Carryour Service Only PARKWAY DRIVE-IN 1223 N. Henderson St. FRIDAY NIGHT CATFISH DINNER 1.25 Potato salad, tomatoes, slaw, $ garlic bread BOWLERS INN Kitchen Open 'Til 11 P.M. wo'rk lower" so lias the price of sows, and smaller supplies of heavier weights, this week has caused prices to also be higher on some weights and lower on others on the same day. Despite fluctuating prices, the trend is lower and weekly averages keep working down from the previous high. The weather continues to influence the pork producers and in the areas that are having a poor crop year a reduction in' numbers will result. The demand for feeder pigs is only fair and only in the areas where crop prospects look normal are prices in line with the cost of producing healthy pigs. The per cent of packing sows arriving at the markets is holding up»and is still running above this time last year. The hot dry weather could be responsible as farmers cut down to keep from over-crowding or the prospects of higher prices for the new< corn crop, along with expected lower prices for hogs. it will take smaller hog supplies to keep prices at fair levels, as increased beef supplies should keep competition keen for some time. Picnic Held at Park The Mound Unit of Homemak- ei's Extension held a family picnic Wednesday at the VFW Park. Guests included the Mound Gold Star 4-H Club members and families. Announcement was made of the rummage sale Aug. 23 for the Homemakers Extension group. Used clothing for the sale may be directed to Mrs. Garnet Ridle. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Walter Cortelyou and Mi's. Marion Creek. Social Planned The Bushnell Assembly of Rainbow for Girls met Wednesday at WANTED TRAINEES IBM KEYPUNCH DATA PROCESSING COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Assure yourself of higher pay, secure future, professional status In just a few short weeks. Learn the facts about specialized business' training. For future information call Mr. Baker, Travelodge Motel, 343-3191 Monday, Aug. 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. m METKOCOIO* ni MmOSCOK fj PLUS TREACHERY AND TEMPTATION I M-Q-M pm«rts S wordsman CINEMASCOPE and EASTMAN COLOR Air Conditioned SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c - Child 25c CHIII THEATER CHKL Knoxville the Masonic Mall. It was decided to have a float for the Fall Festival. Plans were completed for the ice cream social Saturday. It was reported that Gloria Shrivef is in a Quincy hospital Chttrch 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. Sunday school 9:30 a .m. Worship 10:30 a .m.; sermon, "The Christian Calling." Wedding of Cindy Strode and John Mowrey in the church sanctuary 2 p.m. No commission on education meeting Monday. No meeting of the Methodist Men Wednesday. Assembly of God — Robert Rut- ledge, pastor. Sunday school 8:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Christ Ambassadors youth service 6:3( p.m. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting for women Tuesday 5:45 p.m. Bible study on Personal Evangelism Thursday 7:30 p .m. Pint Baptist — Harry Lttzen- berg, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship service 10:45 a.m.; scripture, Deuteronomy 31:6; sermon, "The Virtue of Courage." Salem Association BYF rally at Rozetta 2 p.m. Service 7:30 p .m.; sermon, "Nothing But Good," Tuesday, Prayer meeting at the home of Dr. Henry Graber 6 p.m. Wednesday, Upstreamers class meeting at the home of Mrs. Crystal Stoddard 7:30 p .m. Thursday, prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. Friday, deacons meeting at the home of Glenn Oakman 7:30 p.m. COMFORTABLY COOL OPEN DAILY AT 1:11 P.M. hinwi 2 BIG HITS 2 if life [PLUS - 2nd Big Hit!] • . • JOANNE RICHARD n- CLAIRE , • CAROL WOODWARD BEYMERTRE VOR LYNLEY Story Of A Girl... And The Men i/~\WhoLed \ Her To Become GYPSY ROSE LEE« ^ FRANKLIN SCHAFFNER'HEAOE ROMS' A JERRY ViHLD ProducSon ClNievukScoftS "STRIPPER" at 1:30 I 4:55 and 8:05 P.M. "MAIN ATTRACTION" at 3:20 - 6:30 and 9:50 P.M. Movie Calendar Olll^«fit>Sf t '%urt^'IM ?^«iie,•' 1:30, 4:10, 6:86. 9:40; "Yeilowtton* Cubs," 3:20, e :08, 8:50. . _ , t . WEST: "The Stripper," 1:30, 4:58, and 8.•05; "Main Attraction/' 3:20. 6:30 afld 9:80. DRIVE IN: "Paranoiac," 8:40; "The Birds," 10. New York Lanes NEW YORK (NEA) - New York has more ABC certified bowling establishments, 1,179, and lanes, 18,831, than in any other state. ENDS TONIGHT ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S "THE BIRDS" "PARANOIAC" *V THEATRE w TOMORROW 1—DAY ONLY—1 OPEN 7:30—SHOW AT 1:40 lAllllliNCE HARVEY FRANCE MEN MARTHA HYER PLUS A THOUSAND and ONE WOMEN DREAM OF HIS EMBRACE! Shown at: 10:30 rZii STEVE REEVES GOLIATH AND THE BARBARIANS C0L0RSC0PE • AND • Walt Disneyii PfilPT rancour NOW! COMFORTABLY COOL ^s?\ ORPHEti CPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P .M. FEATURES AT: 1:30 - 4:10 • 6:55 and 9:49 P.M. NfJfcat a Whh\ of 0 ?^iP*iey£un for Summer/ That Wonderful HAYLEY'S ^ • got the PLACE JUMPING Happy Go-Lucky WEEK of Laughs •••Songs... Teenage Romance I wait rasNeY , mmerffto# mm Bua Docemy oeeon Mchael J. Peter Extra- 2nd DISNEY MIT! FUN HAS A FI£LD DAY! \ fesum/ig Una Eddie MERKEL * HODGES 8 |ltutd by SUiW VISU Dtftnbutai Co. tot .©1963 fell Dot) Product** two pranksters turn a playground into pandemonium! 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