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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 9, 1963
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Golesbura Register-Moil, Galesburg, Friday, Aug, 9. 1963 19 ABINGDON DOROTHY WM1TSITT CORRESPONDENT Hotne Address; 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 Baby Contest for Festival Draws Total of 27 Entrants ABINGDON—Mrs. Darrel Ashley and Mrs. Richard Bird cochairmen of the annual baby contest sponsored by the Abingdon Junior Woman's Club have announced there are 27 contestants entered to vie for the crown of king and queen and prince and princess of the Abingdon Fall Festival, The boy and girl receiving the highest number of votes will be crowned king and queen and the next highest will be crowned prince and princess. The pictures and ballot boxes for the contestants have been placed in the following stores and will remain there until Monday when each ballot box will be moved to a new location: Ricky Ray', son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Ray. Mitchell's Trading Post; Bradley Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Larson, Gambles; Ricky Sandoval, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Sandoval, Parris Hardware; Monty Avery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Avery, Ray's Western Auto; Kevin Dean AD CORRECTION Thrifty Ben Does It Again BIG 31 SALE 0 Pencils • Kleenex • Candy Bars • Shoe Laces • Combs 9 Balloons • Embroidery • Plastic Flowers • Color Books 9 Gum and Livesavers Goldfish Quantities Limited HINDERS Ben Franklin ABINGDON Murk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Murk, Maid-Rite. Ozzie Leroy Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jones, Friendly Cafe; Clifford Thurman II, son of Mrs. Clifford Thurman and the late Mi-. Thurman, K of G Super Market; David Charles Adcock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adcock, Kronsted's Market; Roy Dean Krohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Krohn, Shank's Men's store. Others Listed James Dale Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook Henegar's Bakery; Robert Bruce Schleich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schleich, Towne Shoppe; Michael Wade Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Toby Cox, Largent's Sporting Goods; Kevin Robert Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cox, Bond's Electric. Queen contestants are Shelli Ranee Links, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Links, Simms' Dairy; Diana Lynn Batson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Batson, Abingdon Flower Shop; Sallie Jo Bates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bates Treasure House; Linda Sue Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilbert, Kinder's Ben Franklin. Carol Lynn Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Armstrong Lamberti's Super Market; Lori Lynn Dowell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Dowell, Gustus Drug Store; Patricia Ann Sampson, daughter of Mr. and MADISON CONCRETE SILOS CLAY — Silo Unloaderi and Bunk Feeder*. BEHLEN — Corn Crlbi and Grain Bim. ZIMMER FARM STORE Abingdon, 111. Phone 3190 — Collect for Further Information. SALES - SERVICE • ERECTION AUCTION in ABINGDON SATURDAY! LOOK AT THE ITEMS? The items already registered for the big public auction include storm windows, a doghouse, a reducing couch that cost $180 new and has been used only three times, a lawn roller, machinist tools, a gas stove, a coffeemaker, a waffle iron, end tables, cut glass dishes, a large mirror and cameras. Gas stoves Davenport, 1 piece 3 leather covered Chairs (set) Kitchen Chair 4 unmatched Dining Room Chairs High back Chair Metal Stool Radio Cabinet 2 Pieces Luggage Table Lamp Base Clothing Curtain Stretchers Bed Springs and many other items Cabinette Shoes STARTS 12:30 ON MAIN ST. Abingdon Merchants KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 School District Opening Arrangements Announced KNOXVILLE-School bell* will toll for all students in Knoxville Aug. 27 with a Ml day's schedule set. School authorities said today classes will begin at 8:50 a., m. the first day and will epd at 2:15 p. m. Lunches will be served at the school cafeteria that day also, with prices the same as last year. Students entering grades one, five and nine must have a physical and dental examination, and first graders must be 6 by Dec. 1. Registration will be held during next week for those students who have not signed up for classes yet. The registration and rental for textbooks will be handled in the superintendent's office at Knoxville High School. Price of the book rental is $5.50 per student in all grades. Meet Outdoor* Christian Woman's Fellowship of the Christian Church held an outdoor dinner meeting at the home of Mrs. Elmer Stucki Thursday. Twelve members and two guests, Mrs. Edith LaFollette and Mrs. Carol Smith, attended. Mrs. Hugh Terpening, president, presided at the business meeting at which time a sum of money was voted to the church window fund and a case of juice to the Red Cross. Women of the church are being asked to meet at the church Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. to clean the kitchen. Mrs. John Kreigh led the study Mrs. Howard Sampson, Russ's Grocery and Sporting Goods. Peggy Sue Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, Poland's Market; Sherry Lynn Gilenwater, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilenwater, Shank's Shoe store; Kelly Marie Shinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shinn, Sabetti's Market; Becky Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, Shank's Ladies Wear. Ellen Christine Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Palmer, Taylor's Dairy Bar; Lori Anne Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Armstrong; Sand's Pharmacy, and Stacy Colleen Allison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allison, GIo-Tone Cleaners, Club Picks Officers At Abingdon Meet Cashman Club recently in the home of Mrs. Nellie Stegall elected the following new officers: Mrs. Gertie Carpenter, president; Mrs. Mary Smith, treasurer and Mrs. Jennie Palmer, reporter. Games were played during the afternoon and prizes awarded to Mrs. Mildred Ginther, high; Mrs. Gladys Sheppard, low, and Mrs. Darland, special. Cashman Club also recently was hosted in home of Mrs. Nellie Stegall. Games were played during the afternoon and prizes awarded Mrs. Mildred Ginther, high; Mrs. Gladys Sheppard, low, and Mrs. Darland, special. Club to Convene Abingdon OES Past Officers Club will convene Sunday at 6 p.m. in playground shelter. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held in Masonic Hall. Meat and drink will be furnished. Each family is being asked to take salad or dessert and own table service. Abingdon News Briefs Sunshine Daisies 4-H Club recently in charge of Mary Jo O'Donnel, president, announced barbie doll raffle for Aug. 25 tickets for which are being sold. Dr. Don Baughman's office will be closed from Aug. 12 through Aug. 17 for a vacation period. FOR SALE IN ABINGDON 3 Bedroom, nice lot, gas furnace, 2 car garage. Plenty of cupboards. '6,500 2 apartments, large lot, newly redecorated, near business dis- $ 8,500 2 Bedroom, living room 26x14, Youngstown kitchen, excellent location $mQQ Dove Williams BROKER Abingdon Phone 540 on "Home Missions" and Mrs. Whitney Mannhardt led devotions on "Our Faith in Missions." Entertains for Eight Mrs. Carl Schippert was hostess to eight members of the Alphabetical Club and two guests, Mrs. Glenn Westerfield and Mrs. Lawrence Olson Thursday. Recreation was in charge of Mrs. Clara Hutson with prizes awarded to Mrs. Lester Greep, Mrs. Edwin Griffith, Mrs. Orvalle Dredge, Mrs. George Dredge and Mrs. Westerfield. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Olson. The next meeting will be Sept. .12 with Mrs. Elmer Stucki Receives Master's Ray Cramer received a master's of arts degree at State University of Iowa at Iowa City Wednesday evening. Those attending the graduation exercises were his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Cramer of De- Long, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cramer, Gilson, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Pearson, and Cindy and Mark, Wood* hull, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Eklund, Galesburg. the schools at West Liberty, Iowa. He has obtained a position as music teacher in the schools at West Liberty, Iowa. Social Saturday The Ice cream social sponsored by the Methodist youth fellowship will be held Saturday evening from 6:30-8 p.m. on the Methodist Church lawn. In case of rain it will be held in the church basement. Mrs. Stanley Baker and Stevie and Mrs. May Hanson were visitors Wednesday of Mrs. Ellice Turner at LaBelle, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newman of Chicago visited recently with Mrs. Jennie Liniger. Presbyterian Church Howard B a i be y , minister Church School 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sermon topic "How to Worship Success." Vocal solo "The Twenty-Third Psalm" by Mrs. Harold Liston Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall. Guest speaker A. Hilmo, traveling minister of the Illinois Circuit No. 3. Topic "Qualified to Teach", Saturday 8 p.m. On Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Hillno will speak on the topic "Is Your Destiny of Your Own Making?" Watchtower study 3:45 p.m. Christian Church Arvid Oleson, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Topic "The Difficult Task." C.Y.F. and Chi Rho will meet in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Van Antwerp Sunday at 7 p.m. Women of the church are being asked to meet Tuesday at. 8:30 a.m. at the church to help clean the church kitchen. Lutheran Church Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Di- Connoly, Drayton Win HAESSLEHOLM, Sweden (UPI) —Harold Connoly and Paul Drayton won events for the United States Thursday in an international track meet. Connoly set his second straight record in Sweden by heaving the hammer 220 feet, one inch. Drayton barely edged fellow Yank Hayes Jones in the 100 meter dash as both were clocked in 10.6 seconds and won his second race in the 200 meters with a time of 21.6 seconds. Valley Wins Own Tourney FAIRVIEW - Valley nipped Farmington, 2-1, to take honors in the Colt League Division of the Valley Invitational tournament, here, Thursday. Anderson, Ins., of Galesburg defeated Bushnell, 9-1, to take third place. Jim Frame went the distance to take the triumph for Valley. He gave up only four hits, whiffed 12, and walked one. Jim Melton provided the big blow for Valley with a triple in the third. He came across with the first Valley run of the contest when John Downing doubled him home from third. In the three games that Valley played to win the tourney, they gave up a total of two runs. Tonight, in the Midget competition, Maquon and Elmwood will battle for third in the first contest, while Valley and Bushnell will battle for the championship in the nightcap. vine worship U a.m. Guest speaker Ralph Akermark of Augustana College. Rebecca Unit of G.L.C.W. will have a potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Florence Johnson Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Each one is to bring food and her own table service. Gllson Church Gilson Community Church services 9 a.m. with sermon 'The Parable of the Orange free" by Rev. Thelma Case* Sunday School 10 a.m. Making Plant The planning committal of th§ Knoxville Chapter of Future Homemakers met Thursday in the homemaWng department of the high school to make plana for the handbook of the year. Twenty-eight members, ont chapter mother and advisor were present. The organization plans a moth* er-daughter tea Aug. 20. <2w ipened Custom-Mode to your txoct ipecificotions. Set tht many outstanding decorator colors and patterns to choose from. 132 f. Simmons—Aeross from large City Parking Let Presented by Bill Ressler 342-6586 and Marshall Gardner 342-6584 "eM This Medallion Home located ... 1165 Parkview Road In beautiful Northland Subdivision, Galesburg, Illinois and was wired by Electrical Maintenance Service, Harold Moore, Galesburg, Illinois. OPEN SATURDAY and SUNDAY ^ LIVE BETTER AUGUST 10-11, 1963 EVERY MEDALLION HOME HAS . . . FULL HOUSEPOWER LIGHT FOR LIVING MAJOR ELEC. APPLIANCES A wiring system planned for present and future needs, 100 ampere service. Shadow-free concentrated light for reading and working areas. Modern lighting in living areas plus path of light switching. Wiring for electric range, plus at least three additional major appliances, LIVE BETTER . • • Electrically FOR HELP IN PLANNING YOUR MEDALLION HOME, BRING YOUR PLANS TO: Galesburg Adequate Wiring Bureau ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY 284 EAST SIMMONS STREET 342-1141 GALESBURG, ILLINOIS

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