Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 22, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 22, 1963
Page:
Page 10
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

10 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Thufsdgy, Aug, 22, 1963 Peril Palls After Long Exposure By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Curbstone comments of a Pavement Plato: People can't live frightened forever. A constant peril either drives them out of their minds, or they become numb to it. That has happened in the case of the threat of nuclear warfare. The pall that cast a shadow over the future of mankind with Hip first atomic explosion at Alamogordo, N.M., less than two decades ago, is still as dark as ever. The menace is even mightier That's the price off o new Hammond Organ at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. 564 N. Henderson St. as more nations unlock the secrets of atomic power, and as the strength of the bomb grows from thousands of tons of TNT to millions of tons of TNT. Let Diplomats Worry But the bigger the bomb becomes, it doesn't seem to frighten people more. They seem to prefer to let the diplomats wrangle over the problem. Remember the reaction that gripped America a few years ago when Russia first exploded an atomic device? We were nearly scared out of our wits. People stocked emergency supplies of food and water in their homes. Some stocked their cars also. Some bought hideaways in the country so they'd have a place to flee to. Some even joined churches to get right with the Lord — just in case. Some quit drinking milk, fearing it had become a health danger because of the contamination of strontium 90 from atomic fallout. Panic Abates Gradually, as nothing much happened — except that more and more test bombs burst in the atmosphere over isolated desert an ocean areas — the panic abated. Life returned to routine. The ordinary man resumed his ordinary worries — how to find love in a dubious world, how to raise his kids, how to get up the rent money or meet the mortgage payments. New Face for New Season NEW YORK (AP) - In preparation for the new theatrical season, several of Broadway's favorite playhouses are getting elaborate facelifts. Extensive refurbishing has been completed at the Booth and Ply mouth. The Shubert, Golden and Royale are to be renovated next re Your once-a-year opportunity SAVE! BERKSHIRE stockings Aug. 22 - Sept. 7 Yes, they're really Berkshires — the famous stockings with the Nyloc® Run - Barrier. Guaranteed not to run from top or toe into the sheer leg area—or you get a new pair free. Check these fabulous savings! Regular Price Sale Price 3 pairs *U5 $ 1.09 $3.19 *1,65 *1.29 $379 REGISTER FOR FREE HOSE Drawing September 7 HOSIERY — STREET FLOOR Yates Cityam Attend Party For Birthday YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore and George Brown of Yates City attended the birthday dinner for Moore's mother, Mrs. Sylvia Moore, who was 87 Sunday. The dinner was served in the home of her son Elmer and wife in Farmington. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barra of Roanoke; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dean and Keith of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis and son Charles of Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Braham and daughters, Linda, Martha and Carmen and Mrs. Esther Bowman entertained at supper Monday Mr. and Mrs. David Bickett and daughters Dru, Becky, Jackie, Edith and Jennie of Plumville, Pa. Mrs. Bickctt is the former Miss Mary Braham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Braham, of Zenia, Ohio. They also had been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hughbanks in Abingdon and Miss Margaret McKinley in Elmwood. Mrs. Lewis Sherman of Abingdon makes frequent trips to Yates City to be with her mother, Mrs. Emma Housman, who is recovering from a recent fall in her home. Mrs. Lela Webber spent two days with her daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Biingaman in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McMasters attended the picnic of the Northwest Country Club of Farmington in the park in that city Sunday. Mrs. James Goodwin and daughter Peggy, Mrs. Claire Cooper and Linda Dikeman attended the state fair in Springfield Saturday. Mrs. Robert Whitmer, Mrs. Helen Werdertz and son Paul of Farmington, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred McMasters. Mr. and Mrs. William Strohmaier spent the weekend in Wisconsin. Mrs. Mabel Butterfield and two sons Keith and Kurt, are visiting friends in Richland Center, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Goodyear and daughter Marilyn, Kathy and Holly Bowers and Jane Johnson attended the state fair Saturday. Visit in Oquawka Mi-, and Mrs. Elbert Richardson and daughter Susan Tuesday motored to Oquawka where they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Richardson Sr. In the afternoon they were guests of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wheetley of Brownsville, Tex., who are visiting in the home of Mr. aand Mrs. Delmar Wheetley in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers attended the funeral services of Mrs. Jessie Rogers McWilliam held at the Murphy Funeral Home in Canton Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Baughman, Linda, Connie and Raymond of Galesburg, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. nad Mrs. Clarence Ragsdale. Mrs. Louis Windish spent Thursday in Galesburg and visit- ted Mrs. Jessie Skinner, a patient in Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Richardson and Susan of Yates City Aug. 15 accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alexander and family of Galesburg to Arlington Heights, where they attended the races. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Peaborly, Billy, Donald, Marcia, Patty, Jerry and Cindy of Sparland, Sunday had dinner with her mother, Mrs. Margueritte Howell. Donald remained to spend the week with his grandmother, Mrs. Howell. Mrs. Roy Briggs and daughter Fern spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Carl Zimmer in Sterling. Leighton Now in 'The Best Man' NEW YORK (AP) - The movre version of the Broadway comedy "The Best Man" will star Margaret Leighton — who was busy in a rival play when it was done on the stage. She will appear opposite Cliff Robertson. The English actress was appearing in "Separate Tables" when the political satire by Gore Vrdal was done in 1960 on Broadway. OTBJB> SUGAR FREE less than Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, 111. • • • BARGAIN of the MONTH JUaddm 1.78 UNBREAKABLE STOPPER N CAP SAFETY LOCK CATCH HOLDS FUU SIZE SANDWICHES Special SCHOOL LUNCH KIT with V* pt. vacuum bottle A colorful school lunch kit that make* a big hit with the kiddies! Mothers like, it too as if* roomy enough to hold full size sandwiches and the matching lithographed Vi pint vacuum bottle. Bottle has seamless filler and on unbreakable polypropylene stopper, cap. Sturdy handle on kit. BLACK BROTHERS MAIN and SEMINARY — 342-0174 Couple Vmt Former Cleric At Maquon MAQUON — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knox drove to Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday. Their daughters Marilyn and Linda had spent the past two weeks there at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Heckard. En route, Mr. and Mrs. Knox and daughters stopped at Montmorenci, Ind., and had dinner with Rev. and Mrs. Donald Carpenter and family. Their daughter Karen came home with them Sunday, and then accompanied her father home Monday evening. The Rev. Mr. Carpenter had charge of the funeral services for Douglas Cowman. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter and their children were also guests of the Knox family in Maquon. The Carpenter family moved from Maquon to Montmorenci last June. Maquon Briefs Mrs. Ruth Swearingen, elementary supervisor of the Spoon River Valley District, began her duties for the new school year Monday. Jane Sheets returned home Saturday from Springfield. She had spent the past week in the Burt- nett Harshbarger home. Diane accompanied Jane home for a week's visit in the Sheets home ; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sheets* George, Jane and Becky and niece Garnet Brand of Galesburg, and house guest Diane Elliott of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mason and Myron, Mr. and Mrs. James Mason and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Mason and family attended the Mason family reunion Sunday at Dickson Mounds in Fulton County. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnson of Bloomington were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Norton of Neponset spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doubet were Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Doubet, near Little York. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Godsil and son Roger of Covina, Calif., were also guests. Mrs. Godsil is the former Emma Doubet. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mathews returned home Saturday. They had spent the past week at Pittsburgh, Pa., attending the na­ tional convention of the Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary. Mrs. Mathews is Illinois president of the auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hughes, Gregg and Tracy, of Virginia Beach, Va., spent two days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson. Rev. and Mrs. Julius J. Webb and son Stephan of Salem were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Sulteen. They also made other calls on former parishoners. The Rev. Mr. Webb was pastor of the Maquon and Orange Chapel churches in 1952-1955. Family Upsels Cited PHILADELPHIA (AP)—Unless America "comes to grips" with the rising "crisis in family life" and breakdown in homes in this country, all the nation's efforts to build military defenses to safeguard its "way of life" may prove futile, Rabbi Albert G. Minda of Minneapolis, told the Central Conference of American Rabbis at its recent convention here. READ THE WANT ADS! Maybe Pontoons? VERONA, Italy (AP) - The bulletin board outside the cjuar* termaster's office at the South* ern European Task Force Head* quarters of the United States Army here carried a list of avail* able shoes in off. sizes. But what irked Capt. Charles L, Naegel was when some joker phoned to ask whether the size 12 triple E's came with or without oars. our shoes need repair. Fix them for less than a new pair—~and so much more 1 comfortable. MODEL Shoe Repair 110 E. Main Open Monday -12:00 to 9 P.M. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday - 9:30 to 5 P.M. Friday - - - 9:30 to 9 P.M. Saturday 9:30 to 5 P.M. Comfort On Sale! the biggest values ever offered by O. T. JOHNSON'S Your Choice Specials! SIT PRETTY! SAVE PLENTY! CHOICE OF STYLES! 95 only s 69 teg. $79.95 J EASY TERMS UPHOLSTERED IN SPACIOUS FULL FOAM SEAT, BISQUIT BACK SWIVEL ROCKER High, wide and handsom. Swivel Rocker, mad. (or iha.r comfort living; Full Foam, loot., lipp.rad, r.v.riibl."T"cuihion; loft attach.d pillow back; choic. of colon. $69 95 EXPANDED FOAM & MATCHING PLASTIC FULL FOAM TV RECLINER ADJUSTS FOR READING, TV VIEWING, RESTING Reclining comfort at if* beitl FOAM topptr ov.r spring* In teat; toft attached pillow back; choic. of colon. Multi-poll* tion reclining action. Reg. $89.95 $69 95 THESE CHAIRS ALL CARRY THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING SEAL OF APPROVAL by Nationally Famous BERKL RKLIN BIG, LUXURIOUS "HE-MAN" LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN Settle back in this luxurioui upholttered Lounge Chair... itretch out and reit your legs on the equally comfortable Ottoman. Comfortable FULL FOAM looie tippered cushion; 10ft attached pillow back. Choice of colon. Reg. $89.95 *69 95 THIRD FLOOR

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page