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DEATHS AND FUNERALS REBBECCA E. D1LLARD Of Knoxville. Story on Page 2, MRS. LUCK STICK Of Avon, Stoiy on Page 2. CLYDE C. HtJRLEY FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) Funeral services were conducted Friday for Clyde C. Hurley, a top trumpet player during the 1930s and 1940s. Hurley, 46, was found dead in his apartment Wednesday night. MRS. MILDRED TOPP OXFORD, Miss. (UPI) - Fun eral services will be conducted today for Mrs. Mildred Spurrier Topp, author and creative writ ing teacher at the University of Mississippi. Mrs. Topp, who launched her writing career at the age of 50, died Friday after a brief illness. J. CLIFFORD MacDONALD TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - J. Clif ford MacDonald, 62, who was named last month to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his work with handicapped children, died Friday after a long illness. MacDonald, president of the National Association for Retarded Children from 1955 to 1957, start' ed working with the mentally handicapped after discovering his son was retarded. In 1953 he opened a center for training such children. MRS. CARRIE POELSTRA Mrs. Carrie M. Poelstra, 84, of Paris, in Edgar County, died Friday at 7:35 in Galesburg Cottage Hospital. She was an aunt of Dr. Victor M. Dorris of Galesburg. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Zieren Funeral Home at Paris. Burial will be in the Edgar County Cemetery at Paris. Mis. Poelstra - was born Dec. 6, 1878, in Edgqf:, County and spent most of hei^lue there. She* resided in Galesfiurg the past eight months. MRS. MAX E. SCHUMAN FAIRVJEW—Mrs. Max E. Schuman, 38, of Fairview, died today at 1 a.m. at Canton Graham Hospital. She was admitted Friday at 11 p.m. following a cerebral hemorrhage. The former Mary J. White was born Aug. 1, 1925, near Ellisville, and lived most of her lifetime in the Fairview and Ellisville vicinity. She was married to Max E. Schuman at her parents' home jCawn MEMORIAL GARDENS Beautiful Serene Reverent 342-5319 or 342-0061 frSertices Mrs. Mary J. Schuman Fairview Funeral Services: TUESDAY — 2 P.M. at FAIRVIEW REFORMED CHURCH Friends may call Sunday after 6 p.m. at Root Funeral Home in Fairview and Tuesday after 1 p.m. at the church. foeriices for-'M < Douglas Todd Cameron Age 2 Years 1929 Newcomer Drive Galesburg Funeral Services: MONDAY —• 2 P.M. at . MAQUON METHODIST CHURCH Fz-iends may call Sunday 6 to 9 p.m. at family residence. RootBavis ffuneral cHome MAQUONTIUINOIS in Joshua Township March 7, 1942. She was a member of the Fair view Refofmed Church, Guild for Christian Service of the church and Fairview American Legion Roy Miller Post. Surviving are her husband; three sons, Pfc. Leon Schuman stationed with the Army at Ft. Carson, Colo., Lyle and Lynn, at home; three daughters, Marilyn, Linda and Kathy, at home; her mother, Mrs. Eda White of Fair view, and a sister, Mrs. Eva M. Crawley of LaGrange. Her father preceded her hi death. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Fair view Reformed Church. Burial will be in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Canton. Friends may call Sunday after 6 p.m. at the Root Funeral Home in Fairview and Tuesday after 1 p.m. at the church. Donations may be made to the educational fund gf the Fairview Reformed Church. MISS M. JEAN HALPIN Funeral services for Miss M Jean Halpin, 84, of Peoria, a for mer Galesburg chiropodist, will be held Monday at 8 a.m. at the Davison Funeral Home, Peoria. Further services will be held at 8:30 a.m. at the St. Joseph's Nursing Home, Peoria. Visitation will be Sunday after 4 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, West Chicago. Miss Halpin died Friday at 2:55 a.m. at Belwood Nursing Home, Bellevue, after an illness of five months. She was born Nov. 10, 1878, hi Chicago. In addition to being a chiropodist, Miss Halpin was also at one time a beautician. She resided at St. Joseph's Home six years. Five sisters and two brothers preceded her in death. There are no immediate family survivors. HARVEY ADAIR ROSEVILLE—Funeral services for Harvey Adair, 75, of Rose ville, were held Friday at the Corwin Memorial Home in Rose ville. Burial was in the Raritan Cemetery, with Rev. Robert Larson officiating. Mr. Adair died Tuesday at 5:50 p. m., at his home. Mrs. Herman Steele was the organist and Victor Manuel was the soloist at the services. Pallbearers were George Livingston, Charles Brown, Wilmer Way mack, Mike Costello, Everett Harden and Barnard White. ADAMS INFANT MONMOUTH — Graveside services for Kimberly Sue Adams, infant daughter of Douglas and Beverly Norman Adams, 716 N. F St., who died at birth Friday morning at 10:50 at Monmouth, are to be held this afternoon at 3:30 in Monmouth Cemetery. Surviving with the parents are the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Norman of Monmouth; the paternal grandparents, Mrs. Delia Adams of La Rose and Dave Adams of East Point, Ga., and the maternal great-grandfathers, James Norman of Monmouth and Robert Gittings of Lomax. HARRY L. WINBIGLER MONMOUTH—Funeral services for Harry L. Winbigler, 74, of Monmouth Route 2, who died Thursday in a Quad-Cities hospital, were held today at 2 o'clock at the Turnbull Chapel. Rev. Raymond Shepherd of the Gerlaw Christian Church officiated, and Mrs. Marie Gabby played organ selections. Pallbearers were Hugh McConnell, Kenneth Reynolds, Robert Roney, Neil McCrery, John Stuckey and Ronald Winbigler. Burial as in Monmouth Cemetery. Mr. Winbigler was born May 20, 1889, in Warren County and attended William and Vashti College in Aledo. He was married to Bertie Mable Bates Oct. 4, 1917, at Galesburg, and she preceded lim in death in 1957. He was a farmer and a member of the First Presbyterian Church, also the Alexis Masonic Lodge. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Edward (Helen) Stuckey of I (Altona and Miss Jean Winbigler of Rock Island; two sons, Lloyd and Hugh Winbigler, and 14 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister, seven brothers and a daughter. MRS. PEARLE M. CANNELL MONMOUTH — Mrs. Pearle Mae Cannell, 80, of Jacksonville, died Friday at the Norburg Sanitarium in Jacksonville, where she had been a patient three months. The former Pearle M. Lauver was born Nov. 17, 1882, in Henderson County. She was married to William E. Cannell June 14, 1905, at Monmouth and he preced ed her in death in January 1937 She had lived in Jacksonville the last 22 years. Mrs. Cannell was a member of the Grace Methodist Church at Jacksonville; Monmouth Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, and the White Shrine of Galesburg. Surviving are a son, Deane C, Cannell of Jacksonville, and a grandson. Funeral services will be at o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Turnbull Chapel, with burial at 9:30 Monday morning at Mon mouth Cemetery. INFANT COWMAN Douglas Todd Cowman, 2-year- old son of Donald J. and Joan C Folkenroth Cowman, 1929 New comer Drive, died today at 6:15 a.m! at Cottage Hospital. A pa tient the past two days, he had been ill since April. He was born July 12, 1961, in Galesburg and baptized at the Maquon Methodist Church. Surviving besides his parents are a brother Craig and a sister Janrae; maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Folken roth of Maquon; maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Emma Schmeweiss of Madison; pa ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Cowman of near Maquon; paternal great-grand' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cowman of Maquon and Mr and Mrs. Roswell Johnson ot Galesburg. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p.m. at the Maquon Methodist Church, with Rev Donald Carpenter of Montmo renci, Ind., formerly of the Maquon Methodist Church, of' ficiating. Burial will be in the Maquon Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the family residence in Gales burg. Root-Davis Funeral Home of Maquon is handling arrangements. ERNEST HOGAN Funeral services for Ernest Hogan, 72, of Lake Bracken, who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, Dr. Kermit Peter sen officiating. James Hull was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Wayne Tryon, organist. Burial was in Oak Lawn Me m o r i a 1 Gardens. Pallbearers were Hollis Hansen, Gene Strode, Ralph Kennedy, Elmer Coziahr, Dahl Findahl and Haydin 111. WILLIAM HARBERS OQUAWKA — Word has been received here of the death of Wil liam Harbers, 85, of Peoria, who died in the St. Francis Hospital in Peoria Aug. 10. Mr. Harbers was a relative of the Schlotzhauers and visited here many times in the past. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs Emma Belsterling of Peoria and Mis. Ida Price of Michigan. Oldest Resident Of Elmwood Dies at 99 ELMWOOD—Mrs. Kate Seltzer, 99, Elmwood's oldest resident, died at her home Friday afternoon, after a long illness. Mrs. Seltzer was born, June 27, 1884, in Knox County. The former Miss Crabill was married to Lewis Seltzer Feb. 2, 1888. He died in 1932. Surviving her are her son Floyd of Yates City; a daughter Lucille of Elmwood, two grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. One son and one daughter, along with her husband, preceded her in death. Funeral services will be Monday at 2:30 p. m. in the Patterson Funeral Home in Elmwood. Burial wil be in the Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation is at the funeral home Sunday from 7 to 9 p. m. H INCH LI FF a, PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEWCHAPa 287 N. Broad Phone 343-2101 MISS REBECCA E. DILLARD, Knoxville, 111. Services 2 p.m. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends Friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening at the funeral home. MRS. CARRIE M. POELSTRA, Paris, 111. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday at Zieren B'uneral Home, Paris, 111. Jury Probes Murder Case A Knox County coroner's jury has recommended continued Investigation by proper authorities in the death of Mrs. Mary Louise Dilworth, 38,"of Carbondale. Mrs. Dilworth came to her death by gunshot wound in the chest from a .32 caliber revolver fired by her husband, Louis A. Dilworth, 37, at 989 S. Academy St. July 24 about 8:20 p.m. In an inquest here Friday night, the jury ruled that the shot was fired with homicidal intent. Dr. Jackson K. Erffmeyer, county coroner, conducted the inquest. After shooting his wife, Dilworth turned the revolver on himself and fired one shot, which entered his upper abdomen. He is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital, where he is under police guard. A murder warrant was served on the man. Shot at Kin's Home The shooting occurred at the South Academy Street address of the Dilworths' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Campbell Jr. Family trouble apparently led to the shooting. Witnesses at the inquest were members of the Campbell family. Authorities who testified were Det. Sgt. William J. Allison, Officer Ronald C. Morehead and Dr. Erffmeyer, who read report of autopsy by Dr. Franz Lengh. Area Residents Will Attend Church Conclave Robert R. Burr, LaHarpe, Route 1, along with two Avon residents, Rev. David Ranson and David Chatter ton, will be among an expected 500 ministers and laity who will attend the Second Quadrennial Town and Country Convocation of the United Church of Christ Aug. 27-29 in Tiffin, Ohio. The group will consider "Church and Culture in Crisis" as it particularly relates to town and country churches and their constituencies in the face of rapid rural change. The convocation is sponsored by the Department of the Church in Town and Country of the Division of Church Extension of the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries. The United Church of Christ is a union of the Evangelical and Reformed Church and Congregational churches. Leap Into River 65 Feet Beloiv Wins $10 Bet PEORIA, 111. (AP) — An East Peoria teen-ager has collected a $10 bet he won by leaping 65 feet into the Illinois River. But he says there won't be a repeat performance. Randy Craft, 17, made the leap •Friday from the McClugage Bridge, which spans the river between Peoria and East Peoria. Cliff Richeson, 16, and Mike Miles, 14, who lost the bet to Craft, waited under the bridge in a boat. They said he took a long time to surface but came up grinning. Craft, who said he has participated in diving contests since he was 10, wore coveralls, sneakers and a ski belt around his chest. Autograph Worth Money, Driver Finds Value of a man's signature can be appraised In many ways. For Instance, it cost Samuel Leon of 1457 Clay St. a total of $10 in police magistrate court today. Leon, 27, was fined $5 plus $5 , costs for failure to sign his name to his driver's license. Clerk Doris Hartley said this was the first such charge in police magistrate records. Galesburg Reaister-Moil, Galesbura, HI. Saturday, Aua. 17,. 1963.. 17. Fair Winds Up Annual Show Agree to Quit Demonstrations EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP) Civil rights leaders reached agreement Friday for employment of 20 Negroes in East St. Louis banks and promised to stop demonstrations against the banks. Action to Solve Viet Nam Fight WASHINGTON (UPD - Secretary of State Dean Rusk promises the United States will do everything it can to settle the religious controversy in South Viet Nam. Rusk said Friday the U. S. government was "deeply distressed" by the conflict between President Ngo Dinh Diem and the Vietnamese Buddhists. SPRINGFIELDMUPI) - "Big name" performers were in the spotlight today as the Illinois State Fair swung into its final weekend. Some of the ^iji 's top auto racing drivers wire on hand- including three winners of the rich Indianapolis 500 mile Memorial Day classic—for the 100 mile Tony Bettenhausen Memorial race at the fair. Twenty-eight cars vied for the 18 starting positions in the big car race sanctioned by the United States Auto Club. The "big name" parade will continue this evening when television star Andy Griffith performs in a one-night stand. The soft- talking Griffith will be accompanied by his television son— Ronny Howard. Jacob Kloess, Belleville, 101 years old, and Mrs. Mary Thomas, 97, Petersburg, shared the spotlight as oldest man and woman at the fair and were given trophies by Gov. Otto Kerner. Kerner also awarded trophies to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Poff, Springfield, married 64 years, as the oldest married couple. Poff is 84 and his wife is 82. Mrs. Grace Taylor, 62, was given a trophy for coming the farthest distance to see the fair. She came from San Francisco. Kerner Has Birthday Kerner, who was 55 Thursday, offered pieces of is birthday cake to the senior citizens during the "Golden Age Day" festivities The cake, a replica of the capito' was presented Thursday by the Coles County Democratic Asso ciation. Dr. Alfred Kamm, president of the American Association of Re tired Persons, Sangamon County chapter, was master of cere monies. Maine West High School, Des Plaines, won the high school band contest. Fifty - two high school bands had competed since Mon day. The bands were judged on how well they could play music they never rehearsed and also on scores they had practiced. St. Augustine Horse Wins A Belgian gelding owned by Harry V. Heck, St. Augustine, was named champion grade draft gelding and a Clydesdale owned by Bolger Farms, Chicago, was named champion Clydesdale gelding in horse judging. A team of draft horses owned by G.J. Sannemon, Vincennes, Ind., pulled a 3,250-pound weight 27M> feet to win $100 and a first place trophy in the horse pulling contest. Ray Brumfield's team of light weight horses from Vernon pulled 2,750 lbs the same distance to win first place laurels in the light weight class. Dr. Thomas to Practice in East WOODHULL — Dr. Charles Thomas, who has maintained dental offices here arid in Galesburg, will be leaving Aug. 26 for Somerville, Mass., located in the Boston area. He will join the staff of a dental clinic there. Call Strike at Chicago Heights Ford Factory DEARBORN, Mich. (UPD—For the second time within four months a strike at a vital Chicago Heights 111. Ford Stamping Plant threatens to cripple the giant Ford Motor Co. Members of the United Auto Workers union there Friday broke off negotiations over health and safety conditions and called a strike. It was the second time since May the plant's 3,000 workers walked off their jobs. Set Reunion Jacob LaFollette family reunion picnic will be held Sunday at Lake Storey starting a( 1 p.m. Mental Health Dept. Payrolls In Brief Delay SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP*)-Major payrolls of the Department of Mental Health for the period ending July 31 may be a few days late, the office of State Auditor Michael Howlett said today. Pay warrants for employes of the Chicago State, Manteno, Kankakee, and Elgin state hospitals normally would have been released by the auditor last Thursday. But the data MI which the payrolls are based was late, the office said. Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATS Effective April 1, 1M3 Word* ?«dayt t-days l'dfty 1*20 I 3.36 I 8.84 I 1 .M 21-28 | 3.92 1.43 26-30 1. «•*» 3 .90 n. 1JW 31-35 -1 8.3» 1.81 36-40 1 582 ,3.87 1 .07 41-35 | 6 .59 1 4.38 2 .33 46-50 | 7J8 1 4.84 3.58 } l-lnch ot lest $2.00 BLIND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) Card of Thanks In Memorlama Lodge Notices DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks I WISH to thank all my friends who sent cards and gifts during my stay in the hospital. Thanks to all the people who donated blood. • Sharon Pearson STEGALL — We wish to thank Dr. William Giles, the Staff of Kimber & West Funeral Home, the Rev. W. Harvey Young, Miss Vivian Johnson, violinist and Mrs. Harry Neave, organist; friends and relatives for their many kindnesses and sympathy shown us at the time of the death of Mrs. Delbert (Janie L.) Stegall. Mr. Delbert Stegall Sons and Daughters In Memorlama BROCK — In loving memory of Lila Mae Kirgan Brock who passed nway 3 years ago, August 18, 1960. We are lonesome here without you, And sad and weary the way Since you were called away To love somebody dearly and then to lose Is life's greatest sorrow. The lonely days pass one by one, For there is no tomorrow Since you were called away. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Kirgan, Mr. & Mrs, Harold James, Brother, ^Daughter Mary Beth.Brock.^ Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not if you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. , 2 DOGS found, black and tan, hound and Beagle with collar. 289-7472. 2'/a miles north of Knoxville Y. Ralph Morss. Business Service— 2 BUILDING & REMODELING Roofing and Siding, custom built cabinets. Free estimates. 3428214. LAWN BUILDING Rough grading to the finished lawn. Black dirt and white rock. Bledsoe's Lawn Builders, 3432296. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-2318. FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers installed. 343-4674. 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 For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813. REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you pleasea us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Citywide Rubbish Removal. 343-8665 or 3434136. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterworlc. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535 Nlte 343-5404 TRY US FOR A CHEAP HAUL Ashes, cans, limbs. 2 weeks or monthly stops, efficient trash- man doesn't arrive. Special rates business places. 342-2075. R. Watts. PAINTING & Paperhanglng. Interior or exterior, insured, quality work, city or country. Also spray painting. H. H. Lon- mar. 342-4729. RUBBISH REMOVAL Clean, courteous, dependable, Rite-Way Disposal System. Ph. 343-5461. LAWNMOWERS and power mowers ground, $2.00 and $4.00 Roto mowers $1.00. Saws retooth and filed, $1.00 Jack Turner, 1564 Bateman. 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 18 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture BEES DESTROYED By Beekeeper. Reasonable. Ph. Wataga 375-6602. $1 PER DAY rental for Electric Carpet Shampooer with purchase of Blue Lustre. Kellogg Drake & Co. . TRY DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 98c at West Drug Company. Male Help Wfltitd-I NEED RSLP?. find B «M through a wider choice. Phone 342-5181 to place your WANT AD. MARRIED man to 35 with high school education, to service local route, 1417 monthly guarantee. Write Box 878. % Register-Mall. m WANTED FOR LOCAL INDUSTRY Electrician EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PERMANENT - TOP WAGES APPLY ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 272 E. Simmons St. MEN With the following backgrounds have learned our work very quickly, ministers, carpenters, insurance men, printers, firemen and vocations with high income. This position has high earning opportunities, car useful. A few minutes of your time for an interview may be the opportunity of your life, For appointment call 343-2105, 8:30 a.m. to 9 :30 a.m. or 7 to 8 p.m. MAN — To service route in Galesburg local. Borne every night. 23-40. married. Phone 3439342. WANTED — Experienced married man with small family for grain and livestock farm. 3 room modern house. Phone Biggsville 2034. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY NATIONALLY FAMOUS OLSON RUG COMPANY Seeks Local Part-Time Dealer In and around Galesburg. Must have car. Sales experience helpful and spare evening time. For local interview write briefly: giving age, marital status, phone and line of work. Write Box 708, % Register-Mail. WANTED part time Electronic serviceman for several counties; Electric and Electronic Organs. Charles S. Gamble Musie Co. Phone 342-4105. SALESMAN wanted for local clothing store, experience helpful, good opportunity for right man. State references and experience. - Write Box 719, % Regi ster-Mail. WANT THE WORLD ON A PLATTER? Then DON'T call us. We DO offer YOU the opportunity for better than average income. If you are willing to invest 40 hours of honest work per week for a company which is the leader in its field; with all fringe benefits, group insurance, paid training, and profit sharing plan. Call 342-1317 Saturday and Monday for interview only. Wanted Representative For a multi-million dollar corporation in this area. Must be neat, high school graduate, No experience necessary. Excellent training and management program. Age 25 to 52. First year earnings $7,500 to $10,000. Confidential interview. Contact Ralph Blue, Holiday Inn, Galesburg, 342-2151. Monday, Aug. 19th, 7 to 10 P.M. SALES REPRESENTATIVE Nationally advertised canned food concern desires top flight salesman to contact food retailers in Galesburg, Peoria area. Under 35, experience in food sales preferred. Salary, bonus, expenses and car furnished. Good future. Write Box 712, % Register-Mail. SALES OPPORTUNITY VERD-A-RAY CORP. We are a national sales organization desiring to contact men with some sales experience, to sell a tangible year around repeat products direct from factory to commercial, industrial and institutional accounts. We have an opening in Galesburg and Peoria areas; protected territories; thorough training; liberal training expense allowance and commission paid weekly plus other benefits. For interview please contact Mr. Charles J. Pauly at the Holiday Inn Motel in Galesburg, 111., Mon., Aug. 19th, 20th & 21st. Matt Help TRUCK MECHANICS ROUTE MEN SHIPPING CLERKS Apply CONTINENTAL BAKING CO., 280 W. Main, Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. No STRIKES - no layoffs. All over-time you want. Married to 38. Write BOX MS. cafe Regis* ter -Mall DRIVER SALESMAN Apply Hour Juices, 2140 Grand. Production Supervisors If you are a college graduate, and have supervisory experience in manufacturing, we want to meet you now. For prompt review of your qualifications forward your resume or apply in person today. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY EAST MOLINE WORKS 1100 - 3rd Street EAST MOLINE, ILLINOIS An equal opportunity employer WANTED High School boy who can work In store mornings and Saturdays. Write Box 720, care Register-Mall. 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 729-2162. Female Help Wanted—« MARRIED lady for full time office work in WROVA area. Write letter to box below stating training, experience, wages, references. Reply to Box 721, Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. WANTED Baby sitter, reliable, over 20. Apply 907 Mulberry St. WANTED. Experienced Secretary. Position offers diversified responsibilities. Inquiries held In confidence. Please send resume. Write Box 709 % Register-Mail. AVON CALLING Avon Representatives needed In Galesburg, Indian Point. Profitable territories. Call 342-1622 for information. __ DAY WAITRESS 5 day week, uniforms and meals furnished. See Mrs. Greenstreet or Mr. Peck. Apply 4 to 8 pjn. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER or couple to keep house for man living in modern country home. Time off. Reference required. Write Box 704. % Register-Mail. HOUSEKEEPER, middle aged. Must live in. Care for 5 children. Call after 6, 343-2537. WANTED—Older lady to live in or out, and take care of home and 3 children while mother works. Must stay up to a week at a time if necessary. Give age, desired wages, address and references in letter. White Box 718, care Register-Mail. EXPERIENCED for credit collection work. Typing and dictation. Office of retail store. Selling experience desirable. Need 2 half day employees or 1 full time. Don't apply unless interested in permanent long time employment. Give age, references, and salary. Write Box 714, % Register-Mail. Experienced Beautician with following. Write Box 715, care Register-Mail. WANTED reliable Christian lady to watch 2 children, one school age, and one 7 months old baby, while mother wprks 5 days a week. In exchange for private 2 room furnished apt. No extra duties required, all evening and weekends free. Call 343-5858 ai- ter 6 p.m. WANT to make $175 between now and Christmas? Easy I Sell finest Christmas Cards in , the South! Personalized, Religious Greetings, other items. Write for amazing FREE offer. Sample outfit on approval. Southern Greetings, 478 No. Hollywood, Dept. 117, Memphis 12, Tennessee; WANTED, experienced ready-to- wear saleslady. Apply Mrs. Manwarren, Maurita Dale Shop, 310 E. Main. Business Opportunity—10 Before You INVEST. INVESTIGATE! The Galesburg Register • Man attempts to determine the reliability ot the advertiser la all •da requiring aa Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee aU such offers. We recommend that you INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST. Continued on Page 18 Male Help Wanted LARGE COMPANY manufacturing light-heavy metal products located in midwest has opening in managerial and technical training programs. After having been exposed to a comprehensive training program, trainees will be assigned to responsible managerial or technical positions. We will consider recent college graduates, veterans returning from military service, and those who wish to make an employment change. Require college degree, preferably in engineering and business fields. Age desired: 21-30. Trainees will enjoy excellent remuneration, chal» lenging assignments, and promotional opportunities.. Applicants send complete resume of experience and educational background in first letter. Applications held in strict con* fidence. BOX 703, CARE REGISTER-MAIL An Equal Opportunity Employer 'iiied at Alpha ALPHA—William D. Rosene, 19, of New Windsor, was brought into police magistrate court of George W. Kelly, Alpha, Wednesday on a needing charge. He was fined $5 and costs. Arrest was by state troopers. Return From Iowa ST. AUGUSTINE — Mi-, and Mrs. William McDade have returned from Waterloo, Iowa. They spent a week at home of his mother, Mrs. Cora Kirchhoff. Rodney remained there for another week at the home of Bud McDade and family. Horse Show- (Continued from page 8) phrey, Oklahoma; John Talkins, Oklahoma; Richard Tartlow of Milan and Monk Russell of Oklahoma City, Okla., tied for third. Bull riding, John Clark, Mansfield, Tex.; Ben Gordon, Ada, Okla.; Rusty Keyes, no address listed. Calf roping, Jim Chapman, Oklahoma; Jerry Bob Hansen, Fort Smith, Ark.; Allan Proctor, Chicago. Bull dogging, Bill Duvall, Boynton, Okla.; Douglas Whitehorn, Oklahoma; Kenneth Williams, Chicago. Fii$t men's go-around, Ken Williams; Bobby Rowe, Florid*; Jim Miller, Westrnont, 111. Second go -around, Ted Clark, Iowa; Monk Russell; Ken Williams. Average, Williams; Clark; Russell. First go-around in women's barrel race, Marlene Seaman, Joliet; Jean Riddle, Liberty ville; Nancy Finley, Broken Arrow, Okla. Second go-around, Nancy Finley; Marlene Seamans; Sally Scalf. Galesburg. Average, Finley, Seamans; Scalf. Performing intermittenUy during the rodeo session were th» Pleasant Valley Boys. READ TtflC WANT ADftt

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