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Galesburg, Illinois
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Announce School Staff for Coming Year at Roseville Gdlesburd Reoister-MaiL Galesbu Frida CHARLES T. FISHER DETROIT (UPI) Fisher, 83, a founder of the Fish er Body <5o„ later purchased by (Sunday at 2:30 General Motors w of p a long illness, SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPD-For- mer Congressman Philip David and rGsided on a Research ROSEVILLE - Roseville Unit School Employes for the fall term were announced today by E. the Galesburg State Charles T. | Hospital. Funeral services will be held d- . . ^ f ^ ^ * 'p.m» itt the Supt E Lynn Hill: Secretary, Corp., died Klinck Chapel, RttoxVille, where MPS ' »™wy E - Bpe **\ Thursday of pneumonia following friends may call Saturday eve' " nirtg. Burial will be in the Knoxville Cemetery. Mr. Abernethy was born Dec. 15, 1883, in Galesburg Township, Elementary, Junior High Grade 1, Mrs. Helen Tinker, Mrs. Ona Smoot; 2, Mrs. Lena Belle Brewer, Miss Estelle Erlandson; 3, Miss Mabel Burk- Swing, 78, one of the state's leading reclamation authorities, died Thursday of uremia after lengthy illness. Mrs. Manita Reynolds; 7, Mrs. farm south of toUcf - Mrs " Doroth y Hardin i Knoxville 43 years. He had re- JJj: QJjJj Monroe, Mrs. Eli* tired from active farming. He ?. beth Majel Bel was a member of the Knoxville First Presbyterian Church, where he served as an elder, Presbyterian Men and Knoxville . , Commercial Club. He was mar- st «* le > accompanying Mrs. Beu- HONOLULU (UPI)-Dr. Joseph | r ied to Kathryn Gustafson in her parents home near Altona, cian, died Wednesday at Queens Dec. 17, 1908. . „. . „ , Hospital, where he was admitted Survivors are the widow; two t?]^^ ^Z^i^^J^^: June 24 for surgery. Dorothy Kidder, Ben Webster; 8, Mrs. Delia Mae Doole, Mrs. u » mwt r^u^t^ Eva Logan and Paul Stevenson; sr., t. °asi" MS; «- «°* DR. JOSEPH HALMA Halma, 67, a Hawaiian pediatri lah Parks, soloist Pallbearers were J. C. Bagley, John Chewnick, Frank Howard, Berwick School Principal, Mrs. Carmen Costello, also teaches grades 5-6; grades 3-4, Mrs. Audrey Stevens; 1-2, Mrs. Thelma May. High School Principal, Eugene Tinker, also teaches American problems; sec- J u i ; i p Gilson and cham and Howard Manuel. Burial ^ T ^ T T ^ , sons, Robert G. ot uiison ana PAM«III« r fl m^ w retary, Mrs. Martha J. Taylor. R. Ted of Galesburg; a daugh- was in the Roseville Cemetery. ' EDGAR E. ARNOLD ter, Mrs. Kathryn Shores of Canton; a sister, Mrs. Nellie Cool- Edsar E Arnold W ~*edito7 "and «g« of Granite City; five grand- m \ UA !i^" / une I a ! serv " pubSer' 7 L \^SLS£ children and three" great-grand- lc /^^ MADISONVILLE, Ky. (UPI) William D. Collis, industrial MRS* IDA MARY CAINE * iwr . ««* i KNOXVILLE - Funeral serv- D " ald C ?? rd6s ' *& n Madisonville Messenger, died Thursday. As a for nearlv 50 children. of 215 W. North St., Knoxvflle, newspaperman tor nearly years, he wrote many editorials | MRS. HARRY TANNER which were quoted widely in Ken- who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Klinck m *«. «r i Chapel, Knoxville, Rev. Howard Mrs. Harry Tanner 73, 69 Wal- BfliI rf the ^ p res b y terian tucky, and many of them were ™' Aw i ^.^ y a ' 5: 2 •:,!!!!: Church officiating. Wayne Wool- inserted in the Congressional Rec- J*^ CoUnty NurSlHg sey was vocalist, accompanied by The former Ruth Jones was born Feb. 8, 1890, and resided^ in ^ PaIlbearers were Her . ord. Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke, organist. Burial was hi the Knoxville JOHN A. JOHNS PITTSBURGH (UPI) Galesburg for 48 years. John A. I a member of the First Meth in man Anderson, Clarence Bennison, William Barber, James Wool- actor at the Pittsburgh Playhouse Johns, 54, a leading character ist Church. _ T , . _ e — She was married to Harry L. «y. »™ner Johnson and Rufus 1934 collapsed and died Tanner at Columbia, Mo., June 1, Mlles while addressing since Thursday while addressing a luncheon at the East Pittsburgh | March 1, 1953. Survivors include two works of Westinghouse Electric Corp. 1912. He preceded her in death sisters, MRS. ALFRED C. EIKER ALPHA — Mrs. Alfred C. Eiker, culture; Vernon Hartsell, English 1 and 2, library; Alice Krauser, commercial; Russell Lober, math, coach; Virginia Martin, Latin, world history, U.S. history; Ronald McCready, biology, boys' P. E., coach; Virginia J. Meadows, vocational home economics; Stephen A. Mills, science; Catherine Wear, English 3 and 4, speech and drama. Special teachers — Carroll J. Henderson, band; Kathryn Steele, vocal music in first six grades and high school; Bernadine P. Mings, girls P.E.; Lois Tabb, art. Mrs. Charles Hampton of Mountain Grove, Mo., and Mrs. Esther 6:30 p.m. at her home in Alpha, e ii u j. j mi. J i Rev - an <* Mrs. R. G, Marks 73 of Alpha died Thursday at Wt Th<lrsday morning to visit MRS. HAROLD ARTHUR two I following a year's illness. She was the former Jessie Cass, Green of California, and . „ „ , . grandchildren. Besides her hus- MONMOUTH-Funeral services band ghe wag preceded ^ death born Dec. 7, 1889, at Henderson. for Mrs. Harold Arthur, ^6* of by a ^ Harry ^ Tanner Jr IT Funeral services will be held and moved with her parents to day morning at the Cottage Hos- Monday at 10 a m at the uj nc h. Alpha 52 years ago. She was pital in Galesburg, were held m & Pearson Funeral Chapel, married to Alfred Eiker of Alpha Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at where friends ^ call Sunday> ^ 19> 1909 at Galesburg. She the Turnbull Chapel. Rev. John Burial wiU ^ jn Walnut Ridge Uved ^ Al ha aU her married Collins pastor of the First Meth- Ceme tery at Virginia, odist Church, officiated and Mrs. Jeanne Swanson played organ selections. Pallbearers were Kenneth and friends at Saunemin. On Saturday they will go to Kentland, Ind. t to attend the wedding of EDWARD H. WILSON PRAIRIE CITY - Edward H. John Kelly, Wayne Griffith, Don Wilson, 72, of Prairie City, died as her health permitted Arthur, Thomas Marrow and Walker Gowdy. Burial was in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. Thursday about 10:30 p.m. at Saunders Hospital in Avon, He was born Feb. 2, 1891, In Mrs. New Philadelphia. He never was George Botruff, of Galesburg married. j . j . »• , Mrs. Marks' nephew, AB George She was educated at Henderson w Rawkes / Houston ^ now stationed at Chanute Air Force Base. Mrs. Mildred Lewis has returned from a week's visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Topping of Waterloo. Michael Rodgers entertained a group of classmates recently in honor of Greg Isenberg, who is moving from Roseville to Kentucky. The afternoon was spent in playing tennis and baseball. At the close of the afternoon served refresh- life. She was a member of the Alpha Methodist Church and was active in church organizations as long Surviving are her husband and three sisters, Mrs. Ethel Haines, Jane Nelson and Mrs. A brother Fred preceded her m GEORGE E. ABERNETHY KNOXVILLE — George Earl Abernethy, 79, of near Knoxville, died today at 5:30 a.m. in PETER50N- WALLINKN0X Alpha, Illinois I^Irs Rodders Surviving are two sisters, Miss death about a month ago and a ments Those and Mrs. Marion sister Pearl also preceded her in Julia Wilson Henderson, of Prairie City and | death two brothers, Morris of Prairie City and Hulbert of near Avon. He was preceded in death by sev- Funeral services will be held attending were Steve Bacon, Joey Fritz, Steve Greenstreet, David Hoyt, Greg Wallin-Knox Funeral Chapel in eral brothers and sisters. A1 P ha > with Rev - Harve y p ™ton Funeral services will be held of the Alpha Baptist Church offi- Burial will be in the Isenberg, Lindsey Kirkpatrick. Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Peterson- j Eric Pau ] Bob p ra tt, Larry Moore, Richard ftankin, Michael Rodgers, John Stevens and Miles Simonson. Miss Janie Rodgers had r Mrs. Jessfe L. Eiker Age 73 Alpha, I1L Services: 2 P.M. - SUNDAY at PETERSON-WALLIN-KNOX CHAPEL. Sunday at 2:3flbp.m. at the^Brand dating, ourim wm m uic. Miss Janie dodgers ftad as Funeral Home in Avon, with Rev. Alpha Cemetery. Visitation will J jj er guests ^ wee k sharon and Edward Dunavin of Prairie City, be Saturday night at the funeral officiating. Burial will be in the home. Prairie City Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday afternoon and evening. Julie Ann Rodgers of Alexis. The Janie's cousins, and girls are Janie's cousins, they attended the fair while in Roseville. Guests in the home of Mr. and MRS. LENA HIEL AVON FERGUSON B. KIMLER KNOXVILLE — Ferguson B. Kinder, 55, of Dallas City, died jg X8m garl Kirkpatrick this past Thursday morning in the Burling- wee k were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Funeral services for I ton Hospital, where he was re- Mrs. Lena Hiel of Avon were held admitted Monday, today at 2 p.m. at the Avon Meth- Funeral services will be held Friends may evening. Saturday Kirkpatrick and family of Lansing, Mich.,. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lester and family of New Jer- odist Church with Rev. Perry Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Klinck seyi Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk- Bishop officiating. Mrs. Bishop, chapel at Knoxville, where vocalist friends may call thrs evening. Burial will be in the Yates City accompanied of Des organist, Mrs. Stanley Davis. Pallbearers were William Mc- 1 Cemetery. Kinley, Vernon Allison, Dallas Ross Yeoman, George [ years wit h his sister, Mrs. E. C. KLINCK lV /r^-r*fi lArrr II in the Avon Cemetery. was born June 30, 1908, at Bur- IVIOriUCLI V I Mrs - Hiel > 72 ' died Tuesda y at lington, and was the youngest •M I n J_. TT U-wl * .. i r m iif_n 1 HIT tU„ XT Cook, Swank and John Ray. Burial was in the Avon Cemetery. patrick and family Plaines, and Mrs. Mary Primm and family of Missouri. A family get-together was held Satur- Mr. Kimler resided the past two J jay in Eldridge Park. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Mensen- Knoxville, Illinois Saunders Hospital. (Nellie) Mohr, in Dallas City. He dick of Carthage are staying in rn June 30, 1908, at Bur- t he home of their daughter, Mrs. B. A. Tomlin, while Mr. Tomlin is a patient in Burlington Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ockert, Mr. Ferguson B. Kimber Dallas City, III. Funeral services; S P.M. - SATURDAY at the KLINCK CHAPEL where friends may call this evening. Interment Yates City Cemetery, child of T. Walker and Martha V. MILLER INFANT • Adams K ™ ler " M ^ W3S PRAIRIE CITY services for Rebecca Ann Miller q Re ^ ^ Jn ^ ^ ^ ^ ot James and Me thodist Church in Bur- r id educated in the Burlington public schools and Burlington Business j Mrs. Nancy Humphrey and Pam- 1-day old daughter returned from Mrs. Richard Cunningham and Mis. Dale Lybarger have re- Dallas I turned from a trip through the * - Mr. George E. Abernethy of Knoxville Funeral services: 2:30 P.M. — SUNDAY KLINCK CHAPEL Nancy Yocum Miller of Prairie I £" °' ,, . , City, will be held Friday at 5 p. J^ton- Music and sports were J south Dakota, m. in the Prairie City Cemetery. hs hobbl f and he was an out " The infant, born Wednesday, died standl "g P Ia y er -, Thursday at the Galesburg Cot-1 .f es ' de ? the sister in «. taee Hospital Clty - he 1S sm,vived b y tnree other I southern states. Surviving, besides the parents, ^sters, Mrs Forrest Dickson of are three brothers and sisters, Calif.. Mrs. Etha Cook the paternal grandparents, Mr. ° f St. Petersburg, F la., and Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Miller, and the P° lhe D - ° uf Galesburg maternal grandparents, Mr. and as P arents - j 1 ^. brothers and a trip to Minnesota and the paternal grandparents, Mr. d Mrs. Ro aternal gra^u^c" Mrs. Roy Yocum, all of Prairie a SIster Preceded him in death. City. ' Brand Funeral Home of Avon is handling arrangements for services. Miss Bea Tapper of Knoxville is visiting in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Harvey where friends may call Saturday evening. Interment Knoxville Cemetery. Casket will be closed 15 minutes before the service. Family suggests memorials to Presbyterian Church of Knoxville. MRS, NELLIE TURNER ROSEVILLE — Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Turner, 85, of Roseville, who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m. at the Corman Memorial Home in Roseville. Rev. Robert Larson of the Roseville Baptist Church officiated. Organist was Mrs. Herman WANT ADS HINCHLIPFa EARSON cousins, Birdsell and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Simonson and Janice and Miles have returned from a vacation in Iowa and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. George Philips were visited by their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Philips of Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. John Ockert attended a dinner meeting for representatives of the Pioneer Seed Corn Co., at the Holiday Inn at Galesburg recently. FUNERAL HOME**/CHAPEL 287 N. Broad PboM H3-2101 MRS. RUTH TANNER 69 Walnut Ave. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Sunday at the funeral home. Junior Steer Sale Reflects Market Trend Bidders at Wednesday night's Galesburg Jaycee Junior Steer Show and Sale at the fairgrounds in Knoxville apparently were following the steer market trend in setting the bids on the offerings of the junior exhibitors. Major markets currently list the steer market as "weak." Phone Your WANT AD Early | Twelve more steers were sold this yesr than at the 1962 sale, but the total amount paid for the SATURDAY Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 A.M. LOCAL CASH ftATB Rtteetlva April 1, 1958 Word* t -dayt 4 -day» Uikf UK I 8.38 | .184 | 1,80 1146 I| t .SB I 1.44 26*90 31-38 40-90 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (RepUe* Mailed Out-of-towfll 600 Card of Thank* ^ 1 -inch of In Memoriami V leas Lodfft Notice* J $2.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks WE wish to express our sincere thanks to those who sent cards and gifts and to those who helped in any way to make our Golden Anniversary a day to remember forever. Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy Lapham, Oneida, 111. NELSON, Mrs. Lawrence E.—We ratefully thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for their expressions of kindness and sympathy in remembrance of our beloved wife and mother, Lawrence E. Nelson and Family Rio. 111. In Memorial BANKS, Maude J. — In loving memory of our mother who passed away seven years ago, August 8, 1956. Our hearts still ache with loneliness, Our eyes shed many a tear, No one knows how we miss you At the end of this sad year. We often sit and think of you When we are all alone. For memory is the only friend That grief can call its own. Like ivy on the withered oak, When all other things decay. Our love for' you will still keep green and never fade away. The Children. Lodge Notices Galesburg Commandery No. 8 49 N. Prairie St. THE annual commandery picnic will be at the Lions Club Shelter No. 1 at Lake Storey at 6:30 p.m., Monday, August 12. Meat furnished by the commandery. John G. Sutor, Comm. E. Bernard Schenck, Rec, Lost and Found ofcnsooDnsot quickly place a LOST Phone 342-5161. you AD. Business Service—2 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. LAWN BUILDING Fall is coming — years of successful experience taught us the best time of year to smooth out your lawn is now. Call us for free estimate. MARTIN Lawnbuilders Ph. 342-0521 — EAVES — Cleaned - Flushed. Average price $6, $8 & $10 for one cleaning but will clean now and when leaves are down for the same price. Pay both after second cleaning if you care to. Also windows washed. 343-8771—3426923. For AU PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave, - 343-6813. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you please* us. WE APPRECIATE your buslnesi. CaU us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal. 343-8665 or 3434136. ^ WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil fur* naces, sheet metal, gut ter work. Free estimates, 1-0 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. Building & Remodeling Roofing—New and Recover Custom Built Kitchen Cabinets. Free estimates._ Phone 342-8214. Transportation WANTED; Riders from Galesburg to International Harvester, East Moline, first shift 7:30 to 3:30 or 4. Willis Forshee, 3433607. Personal-Special Notice—4 AVON PRODUCTS If interested In buying or selling, Call 342-0360. BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture. LADIES) get your summer Spencer while the 10% discount is on. Made just for you. Oh! so comfortable. Samples at a bargain. Call your Spencer dealer, Mrs. Mildred I. Simpson, 343-1748. YOUR name is Clifford Johnson, your age is 70 years old. You applied for work at the Harbor Lights Supper Club for part time kitchen employment. We have lost your forwarding address, please contact us. BEES DESTROYED By Beekeeper. Reasonable. Ph. Wataga 375-6602. CARPETS clean easier with Electric Shampooer. Only $1 per day with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. NURSERY school, kindergarten at Grace Episcopal Church starts Sept. 4. Enrollment information. 342-5461. Male Help Wanted— 5 NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD. Malt Help Wftfitaft*-I MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route. #417 monthly guar* flntee. Write Boat 676, % Kefis* ter-Mall. NO STRIKES — no layoffs. All over-time you want. Married to 36. Write Boar 066. care Regit* ter-Mail. YOUNG MEN 18*23 Single* neat, and personable, free to leave immediately, California. New York and Miami and return. No experience necessary. New car transportation. Cash advance. See Mr. Van Gundy, Custer Hotel. Ko phone calls. Parents welcome. ALUMINUM siding applicators, only experienced men need apply. Job Insurance plus good pay. Brandon Co., 312 N. Henderson St. Phone 342-5918. SECURE FUTURE• Train for management career In large national company. Not an average "training program," not an ordinary job. This unique management training program follows a well planned comprehensive schedule. Provides you the best opportunity to develop quickly into a responsible executive in finance. Pays you full salary while you learn, with increases based on your rate of progress. Age 21 to 28. some college preferred. Liberal salary, car allowance, all modern employee benefits. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP. 209 E. Main St. Galesburg OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! I need an ambitious man between 25 and 50 who is not necessarily looking for work, but who recognizes a real opportunity when he sees it. Man who can qualify will work with me in servicing customers and prospects. Vacation allowances, profit-sharing, group insurance, hospital-medical - surgical benefits, retirement income, and credit union services available. Excellent opportunity for advancement. WRITE: OR CALL: MOORMAN MFG. CO., ALPHA, ILLINOIS. PHONE LA 9-41U OR CALL DEAN GRUMES, GALESBURG, ILLINOIS. PH. 343-2729. WANTED: Married man for year around work on farm, must be experienced with livestock and machinery. Good house, top wages. Ross E. Hanna, Little York, 111, Phone 7292162. ELECTROLUX needs 3 men who are of good character and reputation, no experience necessary, car useful. We want men who are eager and determined to succeed as a salesman with the opportunity to earn in excess of $10,600 yearly. For appointment call 343-2105, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.. 74 N. Cherry St Ask for Mr. Crisalle. TECHNICIAN Large National Organization We have opening for an experienced TV Serviceman. 40-Hr. 5-Day Week. Paid Holidays. Group Insurance. Hospitalization. Profit Sharing. Employee Discounts. No Night Calls. Ideal Working Conditions. Many other company benefits. Our employees know of this d. Write Box 693, care Register-Mail. AN — To service route In Galesburg local. Home every night 22-40. married. Phone 3439342. MARRIED MEN ONLY $ 120 weekly guarantee to tho right man. See Mr. Newton, Monday. Aug. 12th., 6:30 to 8 Mr. Bledsoe, TreveLodge Motel, tel. SALESMAN For Galesburg area. Veterinary Drugs, Animal Health Program, Pre-Mixes, Vitamins, etc. Must know livestock and livestock people in this area. Must have good transportation and sell on commission basis. A real opportunity for the right man. Company will furnish man to work with you. Prefer someone who is already selling livestock people in this area. Write Frank O'Daniel, Livestock Exchange Bldg., Box 5656, Kansas City, 2, Mo. CENTRAL Illinois vacancy. Established pharmaceutical line. State sales experience. Reply Elder, P.O. Box 31, Bryan, Ohio. Confidential treatment. Interviews late September. PART TIME Earn $20 on your day off. Apply p.m., room 225, TraveLodge Mo- Monday, Aug. 12th. 5 to 6 run. Female Help Wanted—€ MATURE woman to keep house and care for children, Monday through Friday. Phone 342-6730 or 342-4718. HOUSEKEEPER or couple to keep house for man living in modern country home. Time off. Reference required. Write Box 704, % Register-Mail. SALESLADY between 25 and 35 for counter work and inventory in wholesale business. LaSalle Electronics, 240 S. Seminary DEPENDABLE middle-aged lady for babysitting and light housework in my home. 2 children, 3 months and 9 years. Ph. 342-2407. WOMAN to babysit in our home 5 days a week. CaU 343-6702 after 6. DAY WAITRESS 5 day week, uniforms and meals furnished. See Mrs. Greenstreet or Mr. Peck. Apply 4 to 6 pjn. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN GIRLS and women to assist manager on phone. Salary and bonus. Day and evening hours available. Apply Room 404, Hill Arcade Building. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. LADY over 30 to babysit with 1 year old. My home. Begin last week of August. References. 3431596. Penal* tltto Wanted-* WANTED — Gifls to be models. Excellent pay for a few hourt work. Need not interfere with present employment. Call 329* 6041 for interview. Joan Mill* man Model Agency, 401 Brady, Davenport. Curb Waitresses Wanted Parkway Drive-In. Contact Don- aid Knight. 1223 N. Henderson. HOUSEMOTHER and/or cook wanted for the school year 1963-64. Please apply at 303 West Adams, Macomb, 111., or call TE 3-4475. AVON CALLING Avon Representatives needed In Galesburg, Indian Point. Profitable territories. Call 342-1622 for information. HOUSEKEEPER to care for 4 small children. Call Roseville. 426-2129. WAITRESS Split shift, must be neat and ambitious, over 20 years old. Apply in person. STEAK 'N SHAKE EASY CASH for you obtaining permissions to deliver guaranteed hosiery on free trial. Nothing to pay unless delighted after wearing. Easily done personally, telephone or mail. Earn to $1.25 on each sale. Postcard brings Free money-making outfit. Write P.O. Box 252, Galesburg, 111. YOUNG WOMEN 18-23 Single, neat and personable, free to leave immediately. California, New York, and Miami and return. No experience necessary. New car transportation. Cash advance. See Mr. Van Gundy, Custer Hotel. No phone calls. Parents welcome. "I MADE $173 in spare time/* says Georgia mother. Yours, $75 to $175 with new Southern Christmas Cards. Personalized, Religious, gorgeous designs. Write for amazing FREE offer; Sample Outfit on approval. Southern Greetings, 478 No. Hollywood, Dept. 114, Memphis 12, Tennessee. WANTED: 1 part time night dressing table girl; 2 part time night curbies; 1 day curbie. Apply in person. GRANDVIEW DRIVE IN Grand & Penn. Ave. FOUNTAIN lady wanted, good hours, meals and uniforms furnished. Apply in person, American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. HOUSEKEEPER wanted. For widower alone. Modern country home. Write Box 691, care Register-Mail. Male, Female Help Wanted—7 ATTENTION Boys' or girls* to work day curb. Must be out of school, neat and ambitious. STEAK 'N SHAKE LADY or couple to live In downstairs furnished apt. in exchange for care of 2 school age children. Call 342-1191 before 5 P.M. or 343-9449 evenings. Employment Wanted—% BABY or small child to tend In my home weekdays while mother works. Experienced, middle-aged mother. Northeast. 343-4372. WHITE' lady wants housekeeping for 1 or 2 adults or motherless home. Must live in. Write ox 698, care Register-Mail. WORK wanted — 29, married, high school. References. Used to good wages and earning them. Experienced route sales, truck driving, grocery back room man, farm, factory, labor. Dial 2898541 after 3. _ BOOKKEEPING For small business. Experienced, reasonable. Call 342-0241. Business Opportunity Bator* You INVEST, INVESTIGATE] The Galesburg Ragitte* - Mall attempts to determine thm re* liability of the advertiser la aU eds requiring an lnvasimant. It cannot, however guarantee all such offers. Wa recommand that you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. »• •— _• i • i II i iiM Restaurant For Sale Doing exceptionally good business. Reason for selling, have to go to warmer climate. Write Box 692, care Register-Mall. FOR SALE — Building, 3 business rooms with 6 room apt. above. Located in Farmington, Write Box 697, % Register-Mail. OPPORTUNITY for some person, persons or company to take over and promote the sale of a well known product already being sold In most of our states and parts of Canada. Small investment compared to unlimited possibilities. Information given by appointment only. Phone 343-4300. FOR SALE or lease—Confectionery in Knoxville. Living quarters above. Doing good business. Phone 289-4731. FOR SALE Hedrick's Cafe 218 S. Main St. MONMOUTH, ILL. Seating capacity 185 Fully equipped. Contact or Writ* JOHN COX By Aug. 12 MONMOUTH, ILL. FOR SALE By Owner; Business property consisting of 2 7/8 acre corner Farnham, Fremont and Lincoln Sts. on Rt. 34. This consists of large building. Doing good. Repair business, gasoline pumps, and small dwelling house Is commercially zoned and has year to year lease with ood oil company. Can be bought with equipment and stock or without. Can be bought on contract with substantial down payment and interest bearing note. Possession can be arranged to suit buyer. Virgil E. Trone, 1162 N. Farnham St. WANTED to buy: Insurance Agency. Write Box 701, c /o Register-Mail. FOR SALE: Well equipped Illinois Feed Mill, doing a big business. Grain buying can be easily added. Write Box 705, % Register-Mail. INVESTMENTS SHELTER CARE MO Top rated, excellent conditions 14 beds, with owners epi A wonderful hdme> a good living, a satisfactory business, taking care of old people. This ill not a nursing home. & William P. Mullen* Realtor Paul Hinrichs, Sales 123 S. Cherry — Ph. 343-997J fives. 343-0944. Wanted to Boy WANTED TO BUY -^TraCtora, trucks and cars for oarts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co.* Knoxville (load, Galesburg. til. Ph. 343-1014. GUNS, GOLD COINS. Cash for pistols, rifles, shotguns (mod* em or antique) and gold eoint. Gil He bard Guns, Public Square* Knoxville. Afternoon* 1-4:30, 289-4656. ^ 2—54l' a x26 and 2—54x29^ inch used wooden frame atorm Windows. 343-4936. USED furniture and appliances* antique furniture, dishes, dolls* lamps, jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 926 E. Main. 3431918; 343-6241. Rooms for Rent—12 DOWNTOWN sleeping rooms for men. Newly decorated. 59\fe S. Cherry. $24 month. 343-9449 or 342-0306. SLEEPING room, second floor, large room furnished for light housekeeping on first floor, 464 N. Seminary. PRIVATE large modern room, window fan, telephone; close- in; bath adjoining. Gentleman only. Call 343-3176 days, eve* nings 343-3756. Furnished Apartments—14 FURNISHED apts.. 2 rooms and kitchenette. 2 room apt. All utilities furnished. 343-4186. NEWLY remodeled 3 room upper furnished apt. Private entrance. All utilities furnished. Close to town. Phone 342-0244 or 343-9377. HOME like 3 room furnished apt., garage. Suitable for teacher or business person. At price you can afford. 342-3529. Rent your SLEEPING WANT AD. APARTMENT or ROOM through a FURNISHED 2 room apt. Upper front. Close to town and stores. Suitable for 1. Located at 343 N. Broad. FRONT furnished 2 room apt. Newly decorated. Near Lombard. On bus line. Gas heat. Phone 343-5114 or 343-5743. UP ?.?i?, 2-room furnished apt., utilities and bath. Couple or lady. No pets. Close to grocery stores. 821 Ella. DESIRABLE 1 room upper efficiency. Good location. Woman, good habits. Cheap. Everything furnished. 343-5574. LOWER 3 rooms, utilities paid! private bath and entrance, TV antenna. 176 S. Academy. 3421620. 2 ROOM front furnished apt., newly decorated, cool, private bath f entrance, utiliies furnished. Quiet, close to town. 1256 E. Main. FOR TEACHER s *}fje apt., on near north side, with professional woman. Large rooms, well heated, good neighborhood, your own room plus home privileges. Low rent for right person. Call 343-5047 Sunday or after 6 weekdays. 2 OR 3 room furnished apt, first floor, private bath. Adults only. Call after 6, 343-7028. WHOLE downstairs— unfurnish^ ed 4 large room, 2 bedroom apt., all modern, gas heat, all utilities furnished. Reference exchanged. May be seen any time. 190 W. Prospect St. ATTRACTIVELY furnished efficiency apt. $70. Includes all utilities. Downtown location. Buliis-Horn Agency. Days 3431149; night 343-5455, 342-1738. 2 ROOM upper furnished apt, TV antenna, close in. Call af- e; 5 Pni., 375 N. Cherry. 342- Unfurnished Apartments—15 JDEAL cool 2 bedroom lower brick apt., garage, basement, antenna, automatic gas heat; also want would-be renter of 3 bedroom duplex to help decorate. Call 342-9233 for appointment. UPPER 4 room or lower 3 room Tr5 , r AY ate - bath and entrance. Utilities furnished. Close to bus, grocery. Adults, 342-5509. UPPER EAST FRONT Near college and downtown, « rooms, kitchen, bath. Stove, refrigerator, hot water furnished. Ideal for single or employed couple. Adults. 343-1533. FOR RENT New 2 bedroom apt. Formal dining, separate kitchen with built- ins, private balcony. Carpeting and decor of your choice; separate utilities. Yearly lease required. $145 per month. O'BRYANT Town House 343-9165 UNFURNISHED apt., 5 rooms, second^ floor, 1 block from Churchill and Bateman schools; water furnished, garage. 682 Maple. 3 ROOM lower apt., with stove and refrigerator, private bath and entrance, all utilities furn- £ s £ e &n. 535 w ' Souti » St Call 342-0705. NICELY decorated 3 room unfurnished apt. Wall-to-wall carpeting, ceramic tile bath. Garage. Good location. Call 3421191 or 343-9856. 4 LARGE unfurnished rooms and bath, separate entrance, garage; newly decorated; a 11 utUities furnished. Children welcome. Near schools. 1417 Grand. HAVE you seen tHa Mayfair anor apts.? Galesburg's new- rai and finest 2 bedrooms, air conditioned; garages. 925 Dayton Dr. 343-9251; 343-7176; 343-8487. 1PIC and span unfurnished up per apt., 3 large rooms, 1 small, closets a plenty, private tile bath, entrance. 342-3353. 4 ROOMS and private bath unfurnished apt. 2 closets, private front and back entrance. Off street parking. Near north side. Shown by appointment. Phone 343-1386. 3 LARGE room upper apt., partly furnished or unfurnished; private; gas heat, water furnished. Working couple preferred. 243 S. Pearl. (Continued on page 22) 342-5161 animals was $2,571 under last year's figure. A year ago, bidders paid a total of $33,292 for 112 steers, while this year the total was $30,721 for 124 steers. The average price per head in this year's sale was $247.75, which was $49.50 below the aver­ age of $297.25 last year. This year's offering of steers averaged 935 pounds in weight and $26.49 was the average per hundredweight price. The champion steer sold this year for $51 per hundred, compared with $83 a year ago. No Overtime ATLANTA, Ga. (NEA) winner of the Dixie 400 stock car race on the Atlanta International The Raceway can receive more than $4,000 an hour, at least 25 per cent of the $50,000 purse. High on Kelly HANOVER. N. II. iXEA> Coach Bob Blackmail of Dartmouth describes Dana Kelly as an even better passer than Bill King. The latter passed the Big Green to an undefeated season. 4 \

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