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ABINGDON DOROTHY WH1TSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams Si Phont 531 Fall Festival Baby Contest Votes Tallied for Entrants ABINGDON—Abingdon Fall Festival baby contestant's name, location and number of votes for top ranking boys and girls have been announced by Mrs. Darrel Ashley and Mrs. Richard Bird, co-chairmen. They are: Girls—Linda Sue Gilbert at Lamberti's Super Market, 146 votes; Sherry Lynn Gillenwater, Towne Shoppe, 118; Lori Lynn Dowell, Bond Electric, 84; Sallie Jo Bates, Shank's Ladies Wear, 76; tied for fifth are Shelli Ranne Links, Shank's Men's Wear, and Patricia Ann Sampson, -Parris Brown Lynch Scott, each 50. Boys — Ricky Ray, Friendly Cafe, 464; David Charles Adcock, Treasure House, 242; Monty Avery, Henegar's Bakery, 111; Ozzie Leroy Jones, Sand's Pharmacy, 102; Clifford Thurman II, Ray's Western Auto, 76. Others Listed Other entries include Jeffery Shawn Boyd, Kinder's Ben Franklin; Michael Wade Cox, Abingdon Quality Hatchery; Diana Lynn Batson, Kronstead's Market; Stacy Colleen Allison, Gustus Drug; Robert Bruce Schelich, Russ's Grocery; Eddie Howerter, K of G Super Market; Ricky Sandoval, Shank's Shoes; Kevin Robert Cox, Poland's Market; Carol Lynn Armstrong, Taylor's Dairy Bar. Bradley Larson, Sabetti's Market; Jimmy Howerter, Harris Appliance; Lori Anne Armstrong, Simm's Restaurant; Peggy Sue Smith, Maid-Rite; Roy Dean Krohn, Glo-Tone Cleaners; Becky Olson, Flower' Shop; James Dale Cook, Largent's Sporting Goods; Kelly Marie Shinn, Charm Center; Ellen Christine Palmer, Mitchell's Trading Post; Kevin Dean Murk, Van's Gamble. The announcement of the winners, and the awarding of trophies will be made Tuesday evening, Aug, 27. All contestants will receive ribbons. All proceeds from this event will be used for a community project sponsored by the Abingdon Junior Woman's Club. Chamber Acts to Reopen Theater Abingdon Chamber of Commerce has appointed the following committee to investigate possibilities of reopening the city's movie theater: Frank Shank, Bernard Fey and Robert Edmi- ton. The Pirtle family, owners of the show building and contents, were to be contacted. A survey of Abingdon business places will be sponsored by the chamber and Mrs. Dewey Gordon has been asked to solicit Abingdon Junior Woman's Club members for aid in the survey. All business places will be asked to help by advertising purchase of tickets and merchants sponsorship of occasional free shows. If the theater is not opened, owners plan to sell seats and equipment, which will leave the City of Abingdon minus a movie theater. Sacred Heat Society Hears Social Report Mrs. Dorothy Faralli, president, gave the final report on Sacred Heart ice cream social at Monday night meeting of Altar and Rosary Society. Mrs. Hunter, retreat chairman, announced dedication of the King's House Aug. 22. Announced was the 18th annual convention of Diocesan Council of Catholic Women Sept. 8 in Peoria. Those planning to attend were asked to contact Mrs. Faralli for reservations on or before Sept. 1. Fr. Oman spoke on difference bmm secular and religious priests, Me traced development of priesthood from time of the apostles to present time and out- lifted ft day in the life of a religious priest during his novitiate. Social hour was in charge of Mrs. Theresa Newton, Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. Charles Cecil. Prize was awarded Mrs. Joe Spinillo. Galesburg ReQister-Moit, Golesburg, III. Wed, Aug. 14. 1963 IS Abingdon News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ira Tinkham of Dunlap and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tinkham and Bruce of Oak Lawn are spending their vacation with Mrs. Edith Tinkham and other relatives in Abingdon. Past Noble Grands of Abingdon Rebekah Lodge will have a potluck supper in Abingdon Playground Aug. 23 at 6:30 p.m. Park Tournament Winners Listed Winners of the tournaments held at the Abingdon City Playground last week were in order of placing: Girls tennis—Kathy Faralli, Marguerite Schaad and Marge La Sanke. Boys tennis—Anthony Faralli and. Tim Butler, Dick Nott and Graig Andrews. Boys archery (junior division)—Herbert Lewiss, Ricky Simpson and Sam Burgess. Boys archery (senior division)—David Duane, Craig Andrews and Dick Nott. Winners of the bubble gum blowing contest last Friday, children 7 and younger, Rita Hickey and Kyle Ashley; children over 7, Bobby Plasters and Danny Simpson. Next Friday there will be a picnic at the park. All children are to take lunches. Drink will be furnished. Those earning awards at the playground recently were Susie Wilson and Sheryl Cline; Marge LaSanke and Sheryl Cline, tennis. Hazel Dell School Reunion Held in Park The annual Hazel Dell school reunion was held at Maquon Park. Granville Hughbanks was reelected president, and Mrs. Harold Hughbanks, secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Taylor of Princeton came the longest distance. Others attending were Mrs. Grace Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Burton White, Anna Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Swigart, Mr. and KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4 -6 p.m. Home Address; 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289*9172 Library Lists New Boohs FALL LAYAWAY SALE ON WAGONS and WAGON BOXES SEARS Hi il HI '( K AND CO 4-Ton Heavy-duty Wagon with 66-inch Tread REGULAR 139.95 119 95 Wide tread gives you extra stability, greater load capacity. llVfe -ft. turning radius makes it easy to maneuver. Timken bearings in all hubs; rocking bolster. 5Vi TON WAGON, Reg. 169.95 149.95 Available with 14-in. or 15-in. wheels 5 TON WAGON HOIST Reg. 99.95 89 ,s NO Money Down ON ANYTHING PURCHASED AT SEARS ON CREDIT. A Small Deposit WILL HOLD YOUR LAYAWAY CHOICE UNTIL SEPT. 15. Steel Grain Box Hauls Big 130 Bushel Load! 129' 5 2-in. wood floor Reg. 142.50 Galvanized steel to resist rust and give you a longer lasting boxl Flare box with 35-in. wide sliding endgate, 13 '/2 in. deep. Four adjustable outside sill braces and anti-spread chain. Shop at Sears and Save 571 East Main Street 342-5141 Galesburg, Wifloii KNOXVILLE—New books that have been processed and are now in circulation at the Knoxville Public Library are as follows: "Let's Rejoin the Human Race," Joseph H. Peck, M.D.: "Bride of Pendorrlc," Victoria Molt; "Mrs. Seton; "Foundress of the American Sisters of Charity," Joseph I lete BOOK If Sisters DlrVen, CM.; of "Complete Bod " "ire," of Successful Do* Training' and Care," J. J. McCoy; "The Secrets * *" Mrs. Harold Hughbanks, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hughbanks, Mrs. Edith Daley and Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Piatt, Mrs. Pearl Swigart, and Mrs. Mary Stout. The 1964 school reunion will be held the second Sunday in August at the Maquon Park. Class of 1958 to Hold Reunion Sunday The Abingdon High School class of 1958 will hold a reunion Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Playground shelter. Each member is being asked to take a picnic lunch and one dish for a potluck table. Any member who can't attend should write a letter telling about himself and send it to Peter Bulkeley, Rural Route, Abingdon, or contact him at the American Sanitary, he announced. Retirement," Gereon Zimmerman; "Tfrrlblft Swift Sword," Bruce Catton; "The Stragglers," E. J. Kahn. "Forgotten Pioneer," Horry Golden, "The Shoes of the Fisherman," Norris L. West; "A Captive in the Land," James Aldridge; "The Case of the Stepdaughter's Secret," Erie Stanley Gardner; "Powder Valley Getaway," Peter Field; "Grandmother and the Priests." Taylor Caldwell; "Toby's Friends," Laura Bannan; "Voyage to Tasmania." Richard Parker; "Dolphin Island," Arthur C. Clarke; "London," Maurice Rosenbaum, and "See a White Horse." Miska Miles. Vacationer Returns From Trip to Europe Miss Dorothy Rigg has returned to her home on North Street in Knoxville from a vacation spent in Europe. She was accompanied by Mrs. Dora Smith, a cousin of Woodstock, whom she met in Chicago. The trip was made by jet plane, taking only nine hours. Over 100 years ago, her grandparents came to the United States from England; the trip at that time took nine weeks. Miss Rigg visited a cousin, Mrs. Margaret Davey at Bridlington, England, about two weeks. Mrs. Davey had made arrangements with a car rental service and a tour of about 1,300 miles was taken through Scotland, Wales, Ire­ land and England. Miss ftigg said the country was beautiful, but noticed especially the flowers which were many varieties that are grown in this country and were about twice the size. She was taken on a tour of Dublin and saw the place where the Irish Sweepstakes take place and shown how the winning ticket is drawn. She made acquaintances of several cousins and visited the home place of her grandparents which is 134 years old. Miss Rigg was met at the airport by her mother, Mrs. Cera Lacy, Mrs. Mildred Scroggy, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carpenter and daughter Lfnda. Represent Chapel At Mission Institute Janice Saline and Ellen England of Methodist Youth Fellowship represented Maxey Chapel Aug, 5-9 at the World Mission Institute at Northwestern University, Evanston. Rev. Kenneth W. Young of Victoria was counselor and provided transportation, also taking Dennis Krstler, Willard Peterson Jr. and Curtis Cook from the Victoria MYF. The Women's Society of Christian Service of both Maxey and Victoria churches financed the trip. The group roomed in Bobb Hall and ate meals at Sargent Hall, both on Michigan Lake Shore. "The Christian Mission in Southern Asia" and "The Changing City Challenges the Church" were the themes for the classes and lectures attended. Each morning began with worship service in Garett Theological Seminary Chapel. The institute was attend­ ed by approximately 400 persons from 16 states and three foreign countries. The Maxey Chanel and Victoria group visited the Chicago Temple and Sky Chapel, the fiahai House of Worship and Riverview. They also took a boat trip on Lake Michigan, viewing the Chicago shoreline at night, and swam in Lake Michigan at Warren Dunes, Mich. KnoxviUe News Notes Mrs. George Iken and children of Green Bay, Wis., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Donaldson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Donaldson have returned to their home in Tuscola, after visiting in Knoxville and Green Bay. Mrs. Iken and family accompanied them to Knoxville. Seaman Apprentice Merrill Moore of San Diego, Calif., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Moore, and family and other relatives and friends. He will leave Monday for San Francisco, Calif. Slate Reunion England-Pratt reunion will be held at Glisson Community Center, east of Knoxville, Sunday with a potluck dinner to be served at 12:30 p.m. Any news and pictures should be sent to Mrs. Glen England, Dahinda, according to the reunion announcement. Knoxville Scouts Tour Bishop Hill And Camp at Lake Den Mother Mrs. Gerald Sharp, assisted by Mrs. Ted Scharfenberg, took Cub Scouts of Knox- vttli Pack m Den S, to Bishop Hill for a sightseeing tour of the old town. Den parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sharp, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Sargeant, took Cubs of Den 2 on an overnight camping trip at Young's Lake near Kirkwood. Sharp and Sargeant marked a trail which the cubs had to find and follow after dark. Cubs making the trip were Robert James, Rusty Hodges, Jimmy Cramer, Paul Berry, Mickey Sharp, and David Scharfenberg. Also Edd Brown, Sharon, Roger and Jerry Sharp, the Sargeant children, Joe, Debbie, Melodie, and Marty. Saturday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dorrence Berry. Besides the trail hunt, a wiener roast, boating and swimming were featured for the group. There will be a pack meeting, wiener roast and hayrack ride at the Scharfenberg farm Aug. 18 at 6:30 p.m. Alphans Enter Float in Parade At New Windsor ALPHA — Members completed plans for entering a float in the parade at the New Windsor fair at the meeting Monday night of the Alpha Chamber of Commerce. It was reported that 33 business places have renewed their membership. It was decided to re-do the "Welcome" signs at the edge of the village, and a number of new projects were discussed for the future, Laverne McKee, president, reported. •^:^^^:^^^:•^^^^^v^^:•:•:•:*^:•^^^^:•:-:':« See for yourself how an electric dehumidifier STOPS DAMP BASEMENT DAMAGE On a humid summer day, an electric dehumidifier takes gallons of moisture out of the air—and eumi» nates the drip, rust, mildew, wet rot that ruin so many things in basement or storage area. Folks who have a dehumidifier say it more than pays for itself in protecting valuable possessions. See for yourself. You are cordially invited to try an electric dehumidifier in your home for five days. Free, that is. No obligation to buy. Simply ask any appliance dealer participating in Illinois Power's Dehumidifier Promotion. Or ask us at Illinois Power, See your appliance dealer-or ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY tJ

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