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KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT . Office hburs, 7*9 a.m. 4*6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Miller, Kenny Bruce Scouts Hold Honor Court KNOXVILLE—Boy Scouts Troop 277 held a meeting and court • u*u at the home of ^ and Mrs - Rolland Eckman Thursday night. The campfire was lit with a flaming arrow from a tree by Warren Davies, after which Rev. Howard Bailey gave an appropriate i invocation for the occasion. Following the pledge of allegiance by Tom Eckman, Bill Wise, a representative of the county for the Prairie Council, spoke to the group. He said the troop received an excellent rating at Camp Pearl recently, and received five awards for having the neatest camp there. Seventeen boys attended from this troop. Present Awards , Awards were presented by Dean Mathews and Howard Porter to t he following: Merit badges to Tom Eckman, fishing, swimming, firemanship, home repair; Dave White, swimming, hiking, fishing, home repair; Dave White, swimming, hiking, fishing, home repair; Rollie Eckman, swimming; Marvin Bleichner, reading, hiking, home repair; Jim White, swimming; Dean Derham, David Young, woodworking; Robin cooking and camping; Stanton, cooking. Martin Spencer and Ghitalla, fishing; Charles Drennan, cooking and camping; Mark Bleichner, reading, hiking; Bob Smith, hiking; Mike Hoffman, cooking; Charles West- boy, swimming; Billy Meredith, fishing, hiking, cooking; Ross Porter, home repair, public health, painting, cooking, swimming and camping and Warren Davies, swimming, beef production, hog production, fireman- ship. Eight boys received mile swim awards. They were Charles Westbay, Warren Davies, Roily Eckman, Charles Drennan, Dave White, Jim White and Tom Eckman. Complete Canoe Trip Two boys, Warren Davies and Tom Eckman, ' have recently completed a 50-mile canoe trip down Spoon River. As they traveled down the river, they left messages along the way prepared and planned food that they took with them, and had to portage once. They have the distinction of being the first to do this and will receive an award at a later date. Refreshments were served by the boys to the scouts and guests. George Dowell and George Moore showed pictures of Camp Pearl and of the Black Hills while the Dowells were on vacation there. Some scenes of the Mississippi River were shown by Mr. Moore. closed with a 23rd Psalm by The legend was early days of the Indian lan- Little Yorkers Visit in Iowa LITTLE YORK - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butman and family went to Bennett, Iowa, Tuesday to spend the night with Mi*, and Mrs. Hugo Bruhn and sons. They returned to their home at Rozelle Wednesday after spending several days at the home of Mrs. Butman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Salmons. Little York Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lescher and daughter Suzanne were in Iowa City Aug. 12, where Suzanne had a checkup. Robert Booth of Newport News, Va., left Wednesday after a furlough spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Booth and family here. The MYF and IYF and several adults left Wednesday for their annual retreat at Ursa. Ishmael Spaulding took the group in a local school bus. Other adults going were Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Rapp, Mrs. Ishmael Spaulding, Mrs. Dorothy Hardin, Mrs. John Haben and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dreher. Mr. and Mrs'. Bill Kendall have been in Iowa, where he was doing carpenter work. Mary Sue Melton of Seaton recently visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock. Connie Burns of Monmouth has been Visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Melton. Roger Butler of Fort Collins, Colo., is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cooper, and his aunt, Mrs. Russell Darrah. Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Brown and daughter, Mrs. Dean Addleman, were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gardner in honor of Mrs. Addleman's birthday Aug. 12. John Brownlee of Mountain View, Calif., came Tuesday to visit his mother, Mrs? Margaret Brownlee. Dean Addleman took his cousins, Mrs. Jane Archer and Mrs. Edna Peddie to their home in Riverton. Virgil Boock attended a meeting at Dixon Tuesday. James McKelvey, who is spending the summer with his grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Brownlee, is a patient at the Monmouth Hospital,, where he is receiving treatment for a severely injured foot caused by stepping on a yard rake. Supper guests at the Cecil Waugn home Aug. 12 were Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Clark and his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Clark. Recent callers in Macomb were Mrs. Ruth Heck and John Jones. Store Entered Stofts grocery store was entered sometime between 10 p.m. Tuesday and 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. A small amount of cash was taken. Ellis ville Homecoming Announced ELLISVILLE - The annual Ellisville Homecoming will be Saturday, Aug. 31. Entertainment in the afternoon and evening. Dinner serving will start at 5 p.m. Mrs. Martha Chatterton left for South Carolina to be with her daughter, Carolyn, who is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Montie Beckner and Fred Cameron have' moved to Ellisville and their son, Gordon Cameron and family moved where the Beckners lived. Gordon has been discharged from the Navy after a 4-year hitch. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kuehn of Canton; Mrs. Neva Young, Mrs. Jane Kuehn and children of Ellisville and Jeffery Hatch, Macomb, were Aug. 11 visitors of Mrs. Mat tie Young. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLaren attended the state fair Aug. 10. Earl Chenoweth, London Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howerter called on Harry Voorhees at the Cottage Hospital, where'he underwent surgery Aug. 12. Charles Sheckler is improving after being in the Avon Hospital a few days. Blaine Utsinger of Fairview visited a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mi's. Ray Hower ter. Carl Churchill, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Churchill, is a patient in the Graham Hospital, suffering with a concussion after being hurt while playing at his home Aug. 13. Miss Martha MarWey has returned to her home after spending a few days in Galesburg with Mr. and Mrs. John Cable and daughters. They'll Do It Every Time Sofesburq Register-Mail Gafesbura, HI Safurdoy, Aug. 17, 1963 T f By jimmy Hatlo MAXILLA'S ABUTMENT LOOKED LIKE A TEST CASE FOR TH£ BOARD OP WEALTH-SHE JUST NEVER TIDIED UP-» The meeting reading of the Howard Porter, written in the Christianity gauge. i in Washington Marker The monument to George Washington in Baltimore, Md., was first to be started, but was not first to be completed. This distinction goes to the monument between Frederick and Hagerstown, near Boonsboro, Md. 'Jack Frost' Referring to winter cold as ''Jack Frost" is an allusion to a Scandinavian dwarf who had a little red nose and face. According to popular belief, he would bite people on the cheeks and nose during cold weather, accounting for their red faces. Knoxville News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Logan Essex of Bryan, Tex., are visiting in the home of his sisters, Mrs. Ray Godsil and Mrs. George Moore, and Mrs. Essex's father, Bob Herndon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph England of near Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eklund, north of Knoxville, attended the state fair in Springfield Wednesday and Thursday. The Appleton Pioneer 4-H Club will meet at Appleton Grade School Monday at 8 p.m. Members were requested to take their record books if possible. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Back to School Special Permanent Wave $£00 Tina, Jeanne, Payletts, Nadine, Jenie LYONEL'S Bank of Galesburg 342-6334 Complete Air Conditioned Stereo Air Conditioned Dryers .1 »l I I.IHII.IIIIIIUIIII1IIUIIII II III II II Western Illinois Birth Record OQUAWKA — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chandler are the proud parents of a baby girl born Aug. 9 at Burlington Hospital. She has been named Deborah Elaine. Mrs. Chandler is the former Marsha John, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William John of Oquawka. Chandler is a son of the late George and Florence Chandler. The baby is welcomed by one brother, Oppie. Students Tour Europe WILLIAMSFIELD - Miss Sally Weaver arrived home the first of this week from a 2-month guided tour of Europe. June 19, Sally, in company with several Knox College girl friends, boarded the Queen Elizabeth for the five and a half day crossing to South Hampton, England! The first week was spent in London and the surrounding area, visiting classic points of interest. Most impressive on the Isle were the Shakespearean famed Stratford- on-Avon, the Changing of the Guard, at Buckingham Palace, the musical comedy "Oliver" played in its native, setting of 18th century England. On the mainland Belgium, Holland, Denmark, . Sweden, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain / and France were visited during the 6,000-mile bus tour. A few highlights included a delightful steamer cruise down the Rhine, a motor tour through the beautiful Black Forest of Germany, a pleasant chat with Richard Nixon at the top of Mt. Pila- tis in Lucerne, Switzerland, a gondola ride in Venice, and swimming on the French Riviera. In Rome, Sally had an unexpected meeting with Mrs. Kathryn Doubet, a WiUiamsfield school teacher also touring Europe. The fluorescent waters of the Blue Grotto were viewed by the travel companions on a two-day extension tour to Naples-Pompeii- Capri. After watching a traditionally colorful bullfight in Barcelona, Spain and spending a few fun- filled days in Paris, the girls boarded a jetliner for a 10-hour flight to O'Hare Airport — and home. UNTIL TUEy MOVED, WAT IS-AND NOW LOOK AT AND LISTEN TO HER -to ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 Fire Causes Loss on Farm ABINDGON — Abingdon Fire Department Thursday at 4 p.m. was called to Jim Dunn's farm seven miles southwest of Abingdon, to extinguish a fire in a corncrib containing small amount of hay. Before arrival of the department, the crib had burned to the ground. Cause was attributed to a small corncob pile which had been burning since early morning. It Quell Alpha Fire ALPHA — The Alpha fire department was called Thursday afternoon to the Mrs. Merle Schnowske home where a trash pile burning had gotten out of control and was threatening other outdoor buildings. The fire was soon extinguished and no further damage was reported. MICRO-MIDGET AUTO RACES SQUIRES SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, AUG. 17 Classmates and Mothers Are Entertained NORTH HENDERSON - Mrs Phil Olson of North Henderson, with her daughters, Mrs. D <i n Fisher of Rock Island and Mrs. Holgar Carlson of Alpha, enter tained classmates and their moth ers at a breakfast the past week at Alpha Lake. Guests were Mrs. Ted Damos and sons of Waukegan; Mrs. Hubert Miller and family of Marysville, Ohio; Mrs. Everett Winkler, Mrs. Harold Tornquist, Mrs. Bess Newcomer and Mrs. Alice Armstrong. Abingdon, Monmouth Notch Wins ANDOVER — Area teams were in the spotbght Friday night in the State Softball tournament at Andover as Falstaff of Abingdon scored a 3-2 victory over Bishop Hill and Italian Village of Monmouth came from behind to edge Melo Cream of Rock Island 2-1. In the third game last night, Andover squeezed out a 5-4 victory over Bishop Hill in the double elimination affair. Semi-final action tonight will pit Rock Falls and Abingdon in the winners bracket at 7 o'clock and the Andover Hawks and, Monmouth in the losers bracket at 8:15. The loser of the first game will play the winner of the second game in, the third contest at 8:30. Finals are set for Sunday night at 7:30. A two-run homer by Jim Lester in the fifth put Abingdon over the hump in the first game last night. Bob Bauman was the winning pitcher. Monmouth had six hits in the first six innings and was trailing 1-0 but scored two runs in the top of the seventh without a base knock. Ron Sprout hurled a one- hitter for the winning team. was thought a spark somehow had traveled along the ground and reached the crib, perhaps setting hay afire. Amount of loss was unknown but covered in full by insurance, according to the owners. Leave for Memphis Rev. J. H. Cusic will leave Monday for Memphis, Tenn., accompanied by Rev. David McGravey, Rev. James Hembree and Rev. Eugene Cope, Assembly of God ministers of Alton. The group will attend general council for Assembly of God ministers from entire United States Aug. 21-27. Clines Celebrate 14th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cline celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary Wednesday with a potluck supper served at their home and attended by the following family members: Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Harshbarger, Galesburg: JoAnn Seckler, Downers Grove,- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cline, DeLong; Mrs. Al Noland and four children, LaCres- centa, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Long and three children, Bowling Green, Ohio. HEADS EAGLES — Hcrschel H. McVVilHams (above) of Kansas City, Kan., was elected grand worthy president of the Fraternal Order of Eagles at the recent 65th annual convention of the Grand Aerie in Chicago. His goal is 100 new aeries and 100,001 new members in the next fiscal year. McWilliams is safety supervisor of the Board of Municipal Pub- He Utilities in Kansas City. GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phoni Wt 2*2656 WRC Plans for Memorials GALVA—Woman's Relief Corps members met Friday afterttGon in the Legion Hall. Memorials were voted to be placed at national headquarters Springfield in memory of Mrs. Laura Hanson and Mrs. Carl Johnson. The charter was also draped in memory of the past national president of the organi aation, Mrs. Atwood. It was reported that Mrs. Cora Alderman was a patient at Kewanee Public Hospital. Mrs. T. F. McNeil was returned to her home from the hospital and Mrs. Alice Brown has been admitted to the Wasson Nursing Home. Meetings Announced American Legion AuxiLiary will install new officers Monday at the Legion Hall. Junior members will be honored and Sue Dexter will show slides of MacMurray College, where she attended Girls State. Galva Chapter of Order of Eastern Star will hold an advance night in the Masonic Hall Friday. Miss Bonnie Peterson will servi as worthy matron and the other line officers will advance for the evening. Guests of honor will be Emma Ansley, worthy grand associate matron of Illinois, and Chris Christianson. worthy grand associate patron of Illinois. Mothers of World War II will hold an all-day sewing session Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jenny Lapan. A sack lunch will be served at noon. BUSHNELL New* Comtpendant In. Btnutd BrlUhart 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 Lodge'Lists Pro Tern Officers BUSHNELL - The Victor Rebekah Lodge met Thursday when pro tern officers were Alberta Miller, Eleanor Yocum, Virginia Creek, Clarise White, Lois Hood and Edith Rhodes. Gale Bradford was reported as a patient in a hospital in Macomb. The girls helping with the ice cream social were thanked and a donation of $10 was given Whittier was elected as- delegate to the Theta Rho Club. Helen to the Rebekah assembly in October. Lois Hood was chairman of a committee serving refreshments. Woodrow Salters Complimented At Monmouth Abingdon News Briefs Mrs. Fern Cook in her home Thursday hosted her daughters, Mrs. Robert Clayberg and sons, Jeffrey and Pat, Cuba and Mrs. Clarence Reed, Lewistovvn. About 60 relatives attended the recent Jones annual family reunion at the home of Harry Jones in Hermon. Towns represented included Fort Pierce, Fla.; Orion, Manhattan, Laura, Elmwood, Altona and Abingdon. Eight Votes Twice during this century, Republican candidates for the presidency of the United States received only 8 electoral votes. In 1912, when Wilson first was elected, Taft received 8 electoral votes and, in 1936, when Franklin Roosevelt was elected for the second term, Alf Landon received the ^ame number. Landon Kin Hold Reunion At Abingdon ABINGDON—The annual Landon reunion was held Aug. 11 at the Abingdon Playground. There were 58 in attendance. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. William McDade and Roy Landon of St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Malone and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erwin and family of London Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Malone and family and guest Verne Ritchey of Cameron, Mr, and Mrs. Orlie Landon, Joe and Mary of Maquon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roberts and family, Mrs. Vera Landon, Sid and Jean, Fred Landon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rossell, Mr. and Mrs. George Landon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Snyder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elbea Malone and family, Charlie Landon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Button, Mr. and Mrs. Enmon Malone, Donnie and guest Robert Rosenberry, all of Abingdon. The youngest was Michael Lewis Snyder and eldest Roy Landon. Oquawka News OQUAWKA — Mr. and Mrs. Earle Kloster and son Dan and Mrs. Robert Tidd and granddaughter, Dana Meloan, attended the state fair in Springfield Aug. 1. They camped at New Salem Park two nights. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Jern of Yates City were visitors of his mother, Mrs. Chester Parsons and family Aug. 10. On Aug. 11, Mr. and Mrs. Parsons went to Yates City to help the Jerns move to Metamora, where Jern will teach in the high school. The Jems' two sons are visiting relatives in Iowa. BIGGSVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Salter were guests of honor at a dinner party at the Colonial Hotel in Monmouth Aug. 12 in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Others present were Mrs. Clyde Moffitt and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Melvin and family, of Biggsville; Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Moffitt and son, Rock Island; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moffitt and family, Gilson; Mr. and Mrs. Conley Cole and family, Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, Nancy and Roger, New Windsor, and John and Mary Louise Salter. Woodrow Salter, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter Salter, and Miss Esther Moffitt, daughter of Mrs. Clyde Moffitt and the late Mr. Moffitt, were married in Burlington Aug. 12, 1938. Mr. and Mrs. Salter have resided on the Salter farm all their married life They are the parents of four children, Mrs. Rosellen Roegiers, Denver, Colo., and John, Frank and Mary Louise at home. Rio Couple Vacations At the Dells RIO — Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Leafgreen spent a few days vacationing at the Wisconsin Dells. Their son Billy stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elher. Tom Cheline played ball with North Henderson in the Seaton Junior Sheriff tournament. The North Henderson team won first place. Russell Miller returned home from St. Mary's Hospital, where he had been under observation He has returned to Now You Know By United Press Intel-national . In the Minas Basin of the Bay of Fundy it is possible for the tide, under a certain set of astronomical conditions, to rise 53'/i feet from low water. READ THE WANT ADS! Ever orange sodas? team cream sherbet for soda with homemade READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! help for students 30 DAYS TO BETTER GRADES Wont to learn how to cram scientifically? To moke tests work for you? To use your outside knowledge? Budget your study time? You'll find mony more helpful ideas covered in 30 DAYS TO BETTER GRADES. This spe< cial series was specifically designed for high school and early college students to study better, get more out of books and score higher, grades* Starts Aug. 19 in Galesburg Register-Mail. last week, work. Mrs. Esther Swenson of Smolan, Kan., recently visited at the home of her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Nelson. Mrs. LeRoy Berry was working at the post office last week while Postmaster Micheal Mott was on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. George Cummings and David of Burbank, Calif., are visiting with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bland. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Berry, Aledo, accompanied by Air Force Lt. and Mrs. Ronald Berry and Lisa, called on his twin brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Berry. Lt. Berry returned two weeks ago from a year's remote assignment in Alaska and will report for duty Aug. 31 jn Tucson, Ariz., where he will be stationed three years Mr. and Mrs. Luther Peterson, accompanied by his nephew, Fred Peterson, went to Marshalltown Iowa, Aug. 12, returning that evening. Luther Peterson went to the Wolfe'Eye Clinic for a checkup. Miss Dorothy Mott completed teaching makeup classes at Abingdon High School Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jones and Micheal, Osage, Iowa, were recent guests at Mrs. Elva Zook's home. They also called at the J. C. Zook and Curt Nelson homes, Bushnell News Briefs The Donough Belles unit of Homemakers Extension will hold a family potluck supper Monday at 7 p.m. at the VFW Park. The drink will be furnished by the officers. The Bushnell-Prairie City High School yearbooks may be picked up Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the school. The Upstreamers Class of the Baptist Church met Wednesday with Mrs. Crystal Stoddard and Mrs. Josephine Connor as co-hostesses. Devotions were given by Mrs. Mable Copes. A donation of $50 will be made toward the painting of the interior of the church. Ladies night was held Thursday at the regular meeting of the Bushnell Lions Club. A steak fry was held at the Canton Airport and three planes were available for rides. Family Changes Residences At Fairview FAIRVIEW — Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Evans and family moved Saturday from West Fairview to Mrs. Esther Abbadusky's house in the country. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Betar of Chicago spent the weekend here with Alfred's mother, Mrs. James Betar, who is still a pa* tient in the Graham Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Woodford Daley and family of Manhattan, Kan., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Daley. Guests of Mrs. Verlie Wright over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Neil Van Ness of Phoenix, Ariz. Set Mead Reunion OPHIEM - The 34th annual Mead family reunion will be held Sunday at the Lincoln Park pavilion. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. Charles Willis js president; Franklin Mead, vice president and Richard Dusenbery, of Ophiem, secretary-treasurer. READ THE WANT ADS! DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 343-931? or 342-301? 939 6- M»lo Hour*: 9 AM to 6 P.M. Fridays: 9 KM- to »:30 t-M. Wednesdays TU Hooo V "I |||I ""U J0IR OTHER SAFE DRIVERS Why ihould you pay {or the mistakes of careless drivers? Join other care* iul motorists who save dollars with Mtna, Casualty's AUTO-RITE. It's high quality, low cost automobile insurance. SMI us for further details, J LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON INSURANCE Main and Cherry Stt, Phone 342*4181 Representing fbs Aatu CasMlJy and Surety Company <4 Hartford, Cooo,

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