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6 Ggjesburg Register-Moil, Galesbura, III. Thursday. Aug. 15,1963 HEAD FOR HAWAII—These eight couples gathered for dinner Wednesday at Soangetaha to celebrate an anniversary and prepare for a trip to Hawaii, where they will attend a board of directors meeting of the National Association of Home Builders. From left to right they are Mr. and Mrs. George Shoemaker of Rock Island, Mrs. Paul Weller and her husband, 261 Circle Drive, the Joe E. Franks of Champaign, who celebrated a wedding anniversary, and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wcller of Champaign. Bon Voyage For Home Builder Group Eight Illinois home builders met for dinner Wednesday night at the Soangetaha Country Club, then left at 10:25 p.m. by train en route to Honolulu, Hawaii. The four men and their wives will attend the fall board of directors meeting of the National Assn. of Home Builders from Aug. 22-27. They are Paul Weller, 261 Circle Drive, a national director, and his wife, Dorothy, a state and national director of the women's auxiliary; Scott Weller of Champaign, past president of the state association, and his wife, Catherine, a state auxiliary director; George Shoemaker of Rock Island, a national director, and his wife, Robbie, president of the national auxiliary, and Joe Frank of Champaign, and Annie, historian of the national auxiliary. They expect to arrive in Los Angeles, Calif., Friday morning and set sail for Hawaii the following day. Paul Weller said they will arrive there Aug. 22. Although the directors',meeting will conclude Aug. 27, the eight will remain in the islands until S,ept. 1. Weller said he expects to be back in Galesburg Sept. 8. Willis Brandts Celebrate 25th Anniversary ALPHA—Mr. and Mrs. Willis Brandt of 1852-4th St., Moline, were honored Sunday on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary at a dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brandt at Port Byron. The former Ruth Timberlake of Alpha and Mr. Brandt were married Aug. 12, 1938, in Iowa City. They are the parents of two children, Kenneth Brandt and Mrs. Bruce Allen. There are six grandchildren. Brandt is the retired assistant chief of the Moline Police Department. RIB SHACK North on Rout* ISO Our chicken li low on calorlai. Family Sixa Hickory Smokad Order with or without sauce. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Dally at 5 P.M. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Fri.. Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Midnite. Houri — Tuei.. Wed., Thuri., Sunday—5 p.m. to Midnite. Cloied Mondays. FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 DeNovo Returns from Middle East GALVA—John A. DeNovo, son of Mrs. August DeNovo, has returned from a 7-week faculty seminar in the Middle East. He was one of 14 college and university teachers in a group selected by the American Association for Middle East Studies with the cooperation of the State Department. The group visited Egypt, Jordan, Israel and Turkey meeting Theft Reported By Company In Toulon Area TOULON — The J. P. Construction Co. of Chicago Heights was burglarized over the weekend of equipment on its construction ve> nicies located on 111. 91 near the east edge of Stark County. Ar tides stolen were three 12-volt Willard batteries; two 6-volt Riverside batteries; one yellow battery cover; three box-end wrenches; one battery cable two Delco 5-gallon water coolers; one 4- pound hammer; 50 feet of steel cable three-eighths in. and some welder's safety glasses. Sheriff Burt Eltzroth was called to the scene Monday and conducted an investigation. Today's News Quotes From (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International SAN DIEGO, Calif. —Mrs. Leslie Marshel, 24, who has given birth to four of her five children on the way to the hospital, planning for the future: "Next time I'm going to wear track shoes." TOKYO — A Peking government statement, attacking the recently signed nuclear test ban treaty between the United States, Russia and Britain: "It is no new story that Soviet leaders, in collusion with American imperialism, plot to bind China hand and foot." CHICAGO — Roy H. Patrick, of the Congress of Racial Equality, pledging more protests at a mobile classroom site on the troubled South Side: "We'll demonstrate until hell freezes over unless our demands are met." LONDON — A senior Scotland Yard officer, revealing that police knew the identity of some of the men who took part in the $7.1 million mail train robbery: "It is now a question of find ing where they are." NOW AT PARKWAY DRIVE-IN CRISP - CRUNCHY - FLAVORFUL FRIED CHICKEN specially prepared in our ftenny^penny PHT Fryer Pressure seals in all the natural juices and flavors, assures a delicious crisp, crunchy, flavorful goodness such as you may never have enjoyed in fried chicken before. Try it. We predict you'll love itl FRIDAY > SATURDAY . SUNDAY BUY ONE REGULAR 88c Get 1 For Half Price PARKWAY DRIVE-IN 1«3 N. Hender«on 343-9514 with government and university people and touring sites of historic and contemporary interest. DeNovo will be on leave from the Pennsylvania State University this coming academic year tc serve as visiting professor of American History at Cornell University at Ithaca, N.Y. He and his family will .move to Ithaca about Sept. 1. Set Physicals * Physical examinations for all boys who are going out for football will be given Friday in the offices of Dr. E. M. Eckberg and Dr. Paul M. Schmidt. They will begin at 7:30 p.m. • Old Settlers Croup Plans Annual Meet BISHOP HILL—The Old Settlers Association will hold its annual meeting Sept. 5 at 8 p.m. at the Colony School. Officers will be elected. The program committee announced that Rev. Donald J. Jones of Petersburg will be the speaker for Old Settlers Day, Sept. 14. He served the Bishop Hill Community Methodist Church from 1954 to 1957. His last year also served the Cambridge State Road Church. He is currently in his fourth year serving the Petersburg and Oakford churches. Bishop Hill Briefs Rudolph Johnson is a patient at Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, having entered a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and Bill returned Saturday from a week's vacation in Chetek, Wis., at Tamarac Lake. Spending the week' with them were Gregg White, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lindberg and Kevin and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Lindberg, of Galva, Miss Dolores Anderson of Winnetka joined them Monday, as Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nelson and daughters had spent the previous weekend with Miss Anderson in Winnetka. Attend Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Rras Spets and Eva and Margaret attended the Drury family reunion Sunday at Mackay's Timber Lake near Mount Carroll. Mrss Esther Drury of San Carlos, Ariz., traveled the farthest distance. Eighty - seven family members attended the potluck dinner from Niles, Mich., Marion, Ohio, Grand Mound, Iowa, and Evanston, Oak Park, East Moline, Albany, Freeport, Stockton, Mount Carroll, Morrison, Polo, Moline, Fulton, Chadwick and Bishop Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Spets and daughters also were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vos and family of Chadwick, another sister of Mrs. Spets and Mrs. Vos. Mr. and Mrs. George Soto, Allen, Carol and David of Fort Myers, Fla., could not make the reunion, but arrived at the Spets home Tuesday and spent the day before traveling to Albany to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harper Harvey and other relatives. NOTES HOSPITAL St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Mary E. Sullivan 762 Monroe St Mrs.' Robert E. Sprinkle, Knoxville. Joe C. Phillips, 188 W. Second St. Prank B. Shlnn, 609 E. Main St. Rodney Lindsey, Rio. Jerry L. Sims, 234 Cottage Ave. Mrs. Edwin D. Lufkin, Oneida. Jerome Roberson, 257 W. Simmons St DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. William B. Clark. 531 Lombard St. ^ George Froehlieh Jr., 169 E. Fifth St. Mrs. M. J. Graham, 130 S. Pleasant Ave. Cynthia A. Guenther, 388 N. Seminary St. Donald L. Lovitt, 761 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Carl L. Mathews, Galesburg Route 3. James A. Palmer, Cambridge. Mrs. Murray Parker, 103 N. Henderson St. Bruce J. Vatthauer, Knoxville. Lawrence E. Wlndom, 349 W. Brooks St. « Cottaire ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Joseph L. Krutz, 1433 N. Seminary St. Robert A. Jacobs. DeLong. Donald Gregory Stevens, 1146 N. Seminary St. Miss Mary Claire .Tohann, Yates City. ^ Todd Charles Williams, 576 Bufl?- land Ave. Paul L. Gattimeir, 805 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Helen L. Conlon, 1329 Moshier Ave. Mrs. Marie H. Felt, 132 Blaine Ave. Gerald A. Schneider, East Galesburg. Vern C. Sternberg, 165 N. Ivan Ave. Robert F. Smith, Knoxville. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Pearl A. Moore. Gllson. Dr. Harry C. McKown, Gilson. Raloh J. Rogers. 1021 S Chambers St. Miss Audrey E. Kell. C H. Nurses Home. Mrs. Margaret J. Howerton, Abingdon. Mrs. Marearet E. Sargeant, 515 E. Knox St. Mrs. Nola M. Tweed. Keithsburg. Donald D. Hart Jr., Galesburg Route 3. Donald E. Sprout, Monmouth. Robert L. Briggs, 1090 Clark St. Mrs. Sandra J. Dollinger and baby, Gerlaw. Connie Lynn Myriek, 268 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Fannie G. Smith. 838 Willard St. Mrs. Barbara J. Frederick and baby, Avon. Mrs. Bessie E. Johnson. 334 Locust St. BUSHNELL. 620 W, Hurst St., Bushnell. Phont Bushnell 519 Orientation Session Fixed For Buslinell-PC Students ft' BUSHNELL—A special orientation*''session for freshmen and new students will be held Tuesday mornitjj. Aug. 27, at Bushnell-Prairie City High School. The orientation program, which is designed to acquaint students with policies, procedures and the physical plant, is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m Busses will leave Bushnell at 8:30 a.m. Bus students were cautioned to watch carefully for the arrival of their transportation. Prairie City students will meet the bus at the Prairie City Elementary School at approximately 8:45 a.m, The morning session will close at 11:30 o'clock. Band To Meet All high school band students were asked to meet in the music room of the high school Monday Aug 19 at 7 p.m. At this time the marching band for the Town and Country Festival will be organ-, ized. | Post Football Call \ Equipment for football teanft candidate will be issued Monday. Practice will begin Aug. 21 for Bushnell-Prairie City High School students. Varsity players should check out their equipment at 8:30 a.m. and freshmen-sophomore boys at 10 a.m. All boys should be prepared to pay for towel rental and insurance at this time. Edward Chattertons Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schrodt and Lt. and Mrs. Edward Chat- GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSIONS L«»v« Burlington •! % P.M. (p.S-T.) for « lour-hour Scenic Trip up through Lock IS and back to Burlington at ft PM- Dine at Arion Rasturant. SATURDAY. SUNDAY and HOLIDAYS Call Burlington. Plaia 2-2925, collect for Charter* and Reservation*. Legion Plans Recognition For Spellman The American Legion's Distinguished Service Medal for 1963 will be presented to Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, at the 45th national convention in Miami Beach, Fla., Sept. 6-12, national commander James E. Powers has announced. Cardinal Spellman was the unanimous choice of the national executive committee as the recipient of the legion's highest award to an individual who has performed outstanding service in behalf of the causes to which the legion is dedicated ... the service of God and country. At an early age, Cardinal Spellman, the second clergyman to receive the award since it was instituted in 1921, dedicated his life to God's service and for more than 50 years has been the recipient of honors and recognitions from many of the world's most distinguished organizations and institutions. During World War II, he served as Apostolic vicar to the United States armed forces, made several trips to the battle areas of the world, and performed valuable services on special missions for Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman. Anniversary Noted at Supper SHANGHAI - Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson joined 30 other guests at the home of Wayne Pheiffer in Alexis Sunday. A potluck supper was a surprise by Mrs. Pheiffer for her husband's birthday Friday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Erickson and family of Silvis; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pheiffer and family of Kirkwood; Mr. and Mrs. John Pheiffer of Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Dillbeck and family of Rio and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Kell of Alexis. MIDWAY Weekend SPECIAL Turtle . . . *1 00 Individual Catfish --$125 Chicken in the basket- 89c - - $1 3s $2.00 Shrimp . 14-oz. T-Bone . SALAD and FRENCH FRIES Included with Dinner SANDWICHES of~ALL~KINPS Our Food is not pre-cooked. For Good Food Stop and enjoy a meal with your friends. MIDWAY TAP 2140 E. MAIN Uncle Joe Shragal, Prop. Fry* Beef Roasts, ers Offer Good Buys By The Associated Press Beef roasts and chicken fryers get top billing at many supermarket meat counters this weekend. Lamb cuts aJso will be priced attractively in several areas, and in a few regions turkeys are being pushed as a prime candidate for the main course at Sunday dinner. Pork supplies continue to be relatively light, although up from the seasonal lows of a few weeks ago. On both the East and West coasts, egg prices have risen from a week ago, although they are down a bit in some other regions. Fresh fruits and vegetables remain abundant. Melons, particularly watermelons, are coming in strong now to many markets. Cantaloupes are also widely featured. Peaches, bananas, grapes, plums, blueberries and early apples will be among top values in many localities. In the Midwest and some other areas, sweet corn will head the produce list as the crop moves along toward maturity. Also ample and attractively priced will be cabbage, green peppers, cucumbers, red potatoes, carrots, celery, green and wax beans. Tomatoes are getting bet- tei and less expensive. Many groceries in the Southeast are planning a wide variety of pork items at better than usual prices. 40 & 8 B-B-Q WATAGA FIREMEN'S PARK SUN., Aug. 18 11 A.M. Rain Date Aug. 25 tqton are holding open house Stthday in hon6r of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Chatterton, who will mark their 40th wedding anniversary Sept. 12. The Chattertons will be greeting friends from 2 to 6 p.m. at their home at 542 Walnut St. Open house is being held early because their son and family are home at this time. Lt. and Mrs. Edward Chatterton and family will leave Monday for Norfolk, Va. YTC Sponsors Camp For Youth Groups Marsha Cameron, Rita Selby, Judy Melvin, Russell Melvin and Mrs. Lorena B, Galloway of Bushnell spent Aug. 4-10 at the Youth's Temperance Council Camp at Nazarene Acres east of Springfield. Mrs. Galloway taught three classes in Bible each day to a total of 70 young people—all first-timers at the camp. The total enrollment of youth was 140. Those from Bushnell attending the graduation and coronation services Friday night were Mrs. Doris Runyan, local counsellor, Joan Graber, Linda Graham, Elaine Farrar, Connie Jean Nelson, Ronnie Cassell, Mrs. Russell Hoyle, John Paul and Janet Raymond, who was the retiring state temperance queen. Miss Raymond crowned the new queen who is La Von Dailor of Weldon. This is the fifth consecutive year that Illinois Y.T.C. has had a net gain in members. THEATRE, ENDS TONIGHT! kiiM. i M T "E /VoToRiOUS (ANDLADY THIS IS AN ADULT PICTURE! Parents should exercise discretion in permitting the immature to see it. WALK ON THE LAURENCE HARVEY CAPUCINE K THEATRE" w MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again HIE PKA1K1E PAK1NKK& DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window Starts TOMORROW! THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED NIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OFTHEWORLDI J DARRYLF. TUK I • ZANUCKS inn J DAY : WITH 43 INTERNATIONAL STARS I I I tUstd on Iht Book \ 6y COKMiLIUS RYAN | MM by IQUl Ctnluryfoi I I One Showing Nightly— 8 :30 Pass List Suspended The Almanac By United Press International Today Is Thursday, Aug. 18, the 22?th day of 1963 with 136 to follow. • The moon is approaching its* new phase. The morning stars are Jupiter and Saturn. The evening stars are Mars and Saturn. Those born today include French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, in 1769. On this day is history: In 1914, the vessel "Ancon" passed from the Atlantic to the Pacific and the Panama Canal was officially opened. In 1935, Will Rogers and Wiley Post were killed when their plane crashed in Alaska. In 1945, the U. S. ended rationing of gasoline, fuel and some food. In 1947, Great Britian ended her 200 -year rule of India. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Movie Calendar Tfiuntfay, Attf, il OftMtCVMt "Ivmmtff Mi|ie" it 1:30, 4:10, «:SS, 9:40. "¥*lt «WltMM Cabi" at 3:20, 8$$, 8:90. Wftft "TIM ItHpftt" at 1:30, 4:S» and 8:05. "Mtlft Altf Milam" at _ 3:20. 8:30, 9:80. DRIVE W: "The Nototioui Landlady, 8:30: "Walfc m the Wild Side," 10:30. ARTHUR HOWWLOW'ftoftcw Air Conditioned—Show starts 7:30 ADULTS 60c CHILDREN 25« CADI THBATRl EHIfL KNOXVfiil STARTS TOMORROW! INDS TONITEI wattDiSNer Mfl9^l8CHNIO0IPr* and "YELLOWSTONE CUBS" It's F-l-N TASTIC. 1 THE AMAZING STORY OF A LITTLE BOY AND HIS FABULOUS UNDERWATER FRIENDI * mo *t (ftdwyn Starring CHUCK CONNORS - L uke halpin- And KATHLEEN MAGUIRE- FEATURES FRIDAY AT ... 1:30-3:30-5:35-7:40 and 9:45 IN PERSON ON STAGE "FOR TOTI, TOR ALL FRIDAY MORNING -- open GRANDPA HAPPY'S s ^ s Summertime Fun Show ssc IT'S YOUR LAST CHANCE THIS SUMMER TO SEE 1M PERSON . GRANDPA HAPPY TV STAR.OF CHANNEL 4 —OM THE SCREEN— 'THE LOST PLANET* CARTOONS ^ GALORE/ , SPEIDEL IB BRACELETS * FLASH CAMERA* TOYS,T>ASSES,POPCORH ^ _ ilM Him T *RCE *> EVERYONE A MACDOWALLVSWAMBURGER- ^ A£W ROOT BEER-A FREE R\DE AT * GALESBURG AKAUSEMENT PARK— - ^ AKiD A FREE QAW\E OF PUTT-PUTT GOLF ^ COMFORTAILT COOL STARTS TOMORROW ENDS TONITE! INMWOUM 'the mm ATTRACTION AND - /2a 'CM RMA S C OI gg ^BJl PLUS A THOUSAND AND ONE SPECTACULAR THRILLS! •»* TUB vBEjENEf ^B^BRSJE ^B^B> ^^BBBBfc i TIIANUS PRODUCTION . CINEMASCOPE M EASTMANM 04 i FRANKIE AVALOM MARiETTE HARTLEY LLOYD B0CHB1 I,

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