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KN0XV1LLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Fire District Plans Benefit KNOXV1LLE— Firemen of the Knoxville Fire District will sponsor a white elephant sale in the city park across from the fire station Sept. 14. The auction will begin at 1:30 p.m. Anyone who wishes to donate may contact any fireman of the district which consists of DeLong, Gilson Appleton and require d f or both ^ and g ir i s , Knoxville. Each department will The H olcomb Studio in Gales- have items for sale. Anything burg has ^en awarded tne con . that is saleable will be wel- tract for taking class portraits for corned. Proceeds will be equipment, such as new helmets, the yearbook of Knoxville High used for | School. Junior and senior class mem • * ' J u„„*„ n u A Junior ana senior ciass mem- raincoats and boots. Each de- L_ R „ „„„ „„,„ . „„„„„„„ „, L L _ MI .. ,L j Ders are now in the process of nnpfmant tin 11 ilea f h n ni^nnoaHo ... 1 partment will use the proceeds according to their individual needs. Gym Clothes Are Required for Pupils It has been announced by the Junior High School physical education department that junior high students are required to have regulation gym clothing for physical education classes. Girls may purchase new suits at Goff Apparel Shop, or if they have old suits these may be worn. Boys are to have white shorts and T shirts, also gym shoes to be used only for gym class are BACKYARD SALE 1060 BATEMAN ST. SATURDAY, AUG. 24, 1963 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Electric ttov«, oak dlitaiie set, picket fence, clothing, drapes and Mlic. Rain—Will be in Garage. YARD SALE 428 JOHNSTON FRIDAY AFTERNOON Miie. Items and Baked Goodi. Spomored by Appleton Missionary Society BACKYARD SALE 1648 BATEMAN ST. FRIDAY and SATURDAY 8 to ?? Dinette set, Mynah bird cage, clothe* for boya, girls, infants, adults and Misc. Items. BARGAINS 1909 BAIRD AVE. FRIDAY, AUG. 23 ALL DAY Everything specially washed ft ironed. Electric beater, clothing galore dishes. FOR RENT NEW ALL MODERN COMMERCIAL BUILDING 18x36 — gas heat — 220 wiring — suitable for offices — Beauty Shop — Delicatessen — between 2 highways. I22S. WHITESBORO No Parking Problems PHONE 343-4402 Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Must bo In our office 12 noon day before ad runt. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail TERMITES • Free Inspection # FHA Time Payment HANSEN LUMBER CO. 342-5185 WANTED Full or Part Time DRIVERS Apply In Person DELUXE CABS Chambers and Main having these pictures taken. Knoxville News Briefs Mrs. Jon de Loo and son of Wawautosa, Wis. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Cowman. Her husband accompanied them for a brief visit and has returned to his work. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson and twin daughters, Karen and Susan of Worth visited Wednesday with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Westerfield. They are visiting other relatives and friends in the vicinity. Jack Westerfield of Lyons and Miss Sandra Westerfield, who recently completed her studies at Illinois Wesleyan at Bloomington, are visiting in the home of their parents, the Ralph Westerfields. Ladies Up Attendance SEMBOR, Yugoslavia (AP) — The Radnicki Soccer Team of this North Yugoslav city tried a new trick to attract more people to its games. The club announced women would be admitted free. It worked, officials said. More men came, as paying escorts of women who wanted to see the games free. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! YARD SALE 228 GARFIELD AVE. FRIDAY, AUG. 23 9:30 till ?? School clothes, winter coats, men's and women's apparel, toys and miscellaneous. GARAGE SALE 1411 WILLARD ST. Baby items and crib, dishes, clothing and miscellaneous. FRIDAY, AUG. 23 WANTED TO BUY 40 to 120 acres, N. of Galesburg preferred. Must be priced right. Must have at least 3 bedroom home. LEO B. SMITH — 343-2533 GARAGE SALE FRIDAY, AUG. 23 - 9 to 5 677 W. MAIN Men, Women, Children's clothing, and Misc. Items. Not Responsible for Accidents BACKYARD SALE 108 MAPLE AVE. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Aug. 23-24 — 9 til ?? Lois of nice clothing, children and adult, all sizes, and Miscellaneous Items. BACKYARD SALE 651 LOCUST ST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 Rain date Saturday, Aug. 24 9 to S Clothing for all ages Including coats and jackets for men, women, boys and girls. Antique table, several chairs. Many misc. items. SAUNA OR STEAM BATHS SWEDISH MASSAGE By Appointment Phone 342-6643 FOR SALE 1962 WINNEBAGO 16* TRAVEL TRAILER Sleeps Six, Gas Stove, Oven, Heater, Refrigerator, 28 Gal. Pressure Water Tank, Electric Brakes. V* Mile South of Wall Sawmill, Rte. 150, 7 Miles North of Galesburg. 342-8284. Commended by Army Officer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Rader, Knoxville Route 1, received word this week that their son was graduated as the outstanding Honor Graduate in the Basic Army Administration Course Aug. 15. Col. William L. Humphrey wrote the Raders that Pvt. Howard D. Rader, Co. A, 16th Specialist Bn., 4th Trng. Rgt., "demonstrated attributes of devotion to duty, sincerity and the will to work and learn." Rader, 24, is a June graduate of Bradley University and is assigned to the local Army Reserve unit. He will be released .rom active duty in October after six months, and will return to his home unit. Golesburo Register-Moil, Galesburg, 111. Thursday. Aug. 22. 1963 19 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! London Mills Couple Observe Anniversary LONDON MILLS - Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Timmons of London Mills, observed their 45th wedding anniversary Aug. 20. That evening they were surprised by their children and families, who presented them flowers and served refreshments from a candlelit table with a decorated cake as a centerpiece. Present at the event were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hadden, Robert and Mary, Wilton Junction, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Timmons, Jackie, Tom, Lois and Janet, and Ralph Timmons. Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Timmons and Jerry of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Roselle and Lori and Mr. and Mrs. Rolland McWilliams and Rata, Knoxville. BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 New* Correspondent rs. Bernard Brillhart CASH For good Used Furniture and Appliance*. Will buy at your price if possible. CALL NOW—Immediate Service! COFFEY'S NEW fc USED FURNITURE 32$ W. South—343-8365 DALE F. COFFEY, Auctioneer Registration Scheduled for New Pupils in School Unit BUSHNELL—Parents of school age children who have moved into the Bushnell-Prairie City School District since the close of the 1962-63 school year should register their children before the opening date of school Sept. 3. Registration can be made at the office of the principal of the school in their area. All fifth and sixth grade pupils will attend the East Elementary School, while pupils in the second, third and fourth grades, who attended the East or West Elementary schools last year, will return to their respective schools this fall. First grade pupils will attend the same school at which they were registered last spring unless notification has been deceived to the contrary. Suggest Fees If possible, school officials would like to have pupils registered and book rentals paid before the first day of school. Pre-registration and paying of book rentals can be done at the high school cafeteria in Bushnell and at the elementary school in Prairie City. Office hours will be Aug. 29 from 1 to 5 p.m., Aug. 30 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Aug. 31 9 a.m. to 12. Bushnell News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Loel Crawford and family of Lake Zurich and Mr. and Mrs. Don Crawford and family of Macomb were dinner guests Sunday at the home of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crawford. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett. Linda Webb, Linda Lorton, Pat BACKYARD SALE 1231 E. BROOKS FRI., AUG. 23 - 9 to 8 CLOTHES GALORE! For every member of the family. ALSO baby furniture and miscellaneous. FOR RENT Furnished 3 room •part­ ment. North side. $65. Adults. 343-4229. GARAGE SALE 70 PHILLIPS ST. FRI., AUG. 23-10 'til ? Children and adult clothing. FOR SALE 1953 HARDTOP BUICK ROADMASTER With full power. In excellent condition. PHONE 342-1814 Brooking, Linda Miles, Jane Seek and Sue Herron were guests Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Paddock, where cake and ice cream was served in hon or of their daughter Ann on her 16th birthday. A meeting of the Lucile Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star will be held Friday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Marjorie Tillman of Chicago is spending this week with her sisters and families, Mrs Wayne Curtis and Mrs. Clair Curtis. Returning home after a 2-week vacation were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paddock and Ann. They had visited with H. I. Niell of Onekama, Mich. Mrs. Paddock's parents and David returned home with them after an extended visit. Old Fiddlers Contest Is New Feature of Festival ABINGDON —John Banning, Abingdon, Fall Festival Association president, has announced that more than 12 persons with an age span of approximately 50 years have indicated intention of participating in the old fiddlers contest at the festival. The event will take place Sunday at 8 p.m. in front of the grandstand on Fall Festival grounds east off of Fearing Avenue and north of Abingdon on III. 41. Tht contest, formerly held at Newman Community Center, will be dedicated to the memory of Reuben E. Johnson, originator of the event, and Lewis Marks will serve as MC. Mr. Johnson directed the contest at the Newman Community Center near Knoxville the past several years and it proved a popular attraction. Mr. Johnson died unexpected of a heart attack this year. The contest in 1962 at the center drew an estimated crowd of 1,600. Towns thus far to be represented include Cuba, Oquawka, Knoxville, Victoria, Lewistown, Bushnell, Elmwood, Woodhull, Galesburg, Gilson, Dahinda and other surrounding areas. Interested persons may enter tine old fiddlers contest until Sunday at 7:30 p.m. by contacting Lawrence Cook or John Banning. Vote in Baby Contest Meanwhile, a report was issued on another festival feature, the baby contest. All 30 baby contestants were asked to be on stage shortly be- Dean Hansons Are Honored At Woodhull WOODHULL — Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hanson were honored at open house Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hanson in Woodhull. The Dean Hansons were married Feb. 23, in Chester, Pa. He has completed four years in the Air Force and received his discharge Aug. 9 at Dover Air Force Base, Del. The couple will reside in Woodhull. Woodhull Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Miller and son, Larry spent the weekend at the Mr. and Mrs. Estel Shoop and family home at Mundelein. Mrs. Shoop and children accompanied the Miller family here for a visit. They also visited at the Bert Wells home in Alpha. Mrs. Dorothy Rose and daughters of Davenport, spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Anona Palm. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gehrt and daughter of Wyoming and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gehrt of Peoria, accompanied Mrs. A. Edward Johnson to Iowa City Sunday to visit Johnson, who is a patient in the Veterans Hospital there for treatment of a respiratory ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schumaker of Cambridge, and Mrs. Johnson visited Johnson Wednesday. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FOR SALE '48 FORD PICKUP. New Paint - $100 81 OLIVE ST. PHONE 343-5478 ABINGDON Fall Festival Saturday, August 24 1:00 P.M. BICYCLE AND DOLL BUGGY PARADE School District kids only. $30.00 in prizes. 2:00 P.M. PIG SCRAMBLE 2:30 P.M. CAKE JUDGING Entries due in Legion Hall 9:00 a.m. 8:00 P.M. POSSUM HOLLER OPRY. FREE ADMISSION — 2000 FREE SEATS Cake Auction 9:30 P.M. at Grandstand during intermission. ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 Viola Class Of 1923 Has 40th Reunion VIOLA—The Viola High School graduating class of 1923, held its 40th class reunion Aug. 18 in the Viola home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Robbins. Seven members together with their husbands or wives, attended from the 15 now living members of the class. A potluck dinner was spread and it included an anniversary cake decorated in pink and green, the class colors. Present for the occasion were Edna Robbins Bollman, Viola; Venla McLaughlin Brasmer, Moline; Lorena Millikan Ostrander, Aledo; Marjorie Smith Cash, Galesburg; Dorothy Stitt Bollmnn, Coal Valley, and Mable Geddas Robbins and Edgar Robbins. Unable to attend were Avis Bridger Schneider, Galesburg; Opal Knox Frazier, DeKalb; Bertha Pratt Davies, Little York and Lawrence Freeman, Stewart McClanahan and Rosy Palmer Westerlund, all in California. Mrs. Anna Haney has returned home from a 10-day visit with her 11-year-old granddaughter, Arlana Haney, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Olson at Chadron, Neb. Mrs. A. E. Davis of Dayton, Ohio is spending an extended visit with her brother-in-law and sister, the Rev. and Mrs. Frank McLean. Mrs. Harold Beckley and daughter Wanda, came Thursday from Belleville to spend several days with her parents, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. McLean. Other guests entertained in their home during the week included Mrs Sophia Lipp, Mrs. Mildred Lipp and Mrs. Jennie Garland of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams of Milan. fore 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27, when winners will be crowned, trophies and ribbons awarded. The final change of name location follows with number of votes received to date by each of top five boys and girls: Girls — Iinda Sue Gilbert, 655, Friendly Cafe; Sallie Jo Bates, 495, Simm's Restaurant; Shelli Ranee Links, 448, Treasure House; Sherry Lynn Gillenwater, 312, Shank's Men's Wear and Lori Lynn Dowell, 285, Russ' Grocery. Boys — Kevin Dean Murk, 324, Kinder's Ben Franklin; David Charles Adcock, 653, Abingdon Flower Shop; Ricky Ray, 534, Cliarm Center; Monty Avery, 350, Van's Gamble and James Dale Cook, 332, Shank's Ladies Wear. Other entrants include Stacey Colleen Allison, Towne Shoppe; Michael Wade Cox, K of G Super Market; Robert Bruce Schleich, Glo-Tone Cleaners; Kelly Marie Sliinn, Kronstead's Market; Patricia Ann Sampson, Guslus Drug; Peggy Sue Smith, Abingdon Quality Hatchery; Jimmy Howerter, Poland's Market; Roy Dean Krohn, Shank's Shoes; Becky Olson, Henegar's Bakery; Ellen Christine Palmer, Sabetti's Food Market. Clifford Thurman II, Taylor's Dairy Bar; Carol Lynn Armstrong, Sand's Pharmacy; Ricky Sandoval, Mitchell's Trading Post; Bradley Larson, Western Auto; Lori Anne Armstrong, Lamberti's Super Market; Kevin Robert Cox, Parris Hardware; Eddie Howerter, Maid-Rite; Jeffery Shawn Boyd, Bond's Electric; Diana Lynn Batson, Largent's Sporting Goods and Ozzie Leroy Jones, Harris Appliance. Mrs. Darrel Ashley and Mrs. Richard Bird, co-chairmen, will have all contestants' 8x10 pictures and snapshots at the stage on the fairgrounds the evening of the crowning of the winners. Parents were asked to pick them up at this time. All proceeds of this event will be used for a community project by the Abingdon Junior Woman's Club. Program Announced The festival proper begins activities Friday, with a pet parade at 1 p.m. All events take place at the grandstand on the festival grounds. Saturday, at the same time, will be the bicycle and doll buggy parade, followed at 2 p.m. by the pig scramble. This scramble will be unique in that girls are expected to participate. Sunday's horse show gets under way at 1 p.m. A hymn sing is Sunday at 7 p.m., followed by the fiddlers contest at 8 p.m. Livestock judging begins Monday at 12 noon. Also that afternoon, at 2 o'clock, will be the gala bubble gum contest. Monday evening's highlights include the tractor pulling contest at 7:30 o'clock, followed by the tug-of- war contest at 9 o'clock. Crowning the king and queen of the festival will be Tuesday at 6:45 p.m., with presentation of livestock trophies at 7 p.m., followed by the livestock auction at 7:30 p.m. A twist contest will start at 9:30 p.m. Visit in Wisconsin Marilyn Olinger, Martha Oling- er and Joan Potts spent last week vacationing at Wildwood Resort, Chetek, Wis. Abingdon News Notes The Corals, composed of Dutch Leonard, Dave Lewis, Milton Simpson and Jerry Hendrickson, furnished the music at Marietta fish fry Aug. 10. Twenty-two Kiwanis members hosted their families at an annual family picnic Monday at Knox County Country Club. Rev. Donald Hogan gave the invocation. Duck Hunters May Re-register Blind Sites Duck hunters who had 19W blinds in navigation pools, 16, 17, and 18 of the Mississippi Rlv§r in Henderson, Mercer, and Rock Island counties can register the sites from Aug. 23-25. Department of Conservation personnel will be on hand from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the following locations: Henderson County— C o u n t f Court House, Oquawka. Mercer County—Aug. 23 at the New Boston City Park; Aug. 2425 at the Conservation Booth, New Boston Fish Fry. Rock Island County — Public boat ramp two miles west of Andalusia on Illinois 92. Hunters who did not have blind sites last year may register at the same time and places listed above. A drawing for the unclaimed blind .sites will be held following the registration. Failure to re-register a blind during the prescribed period will result in the loss of the blind site. Needham Kin Conduct 29th Reunion The 29th Needham reunion was held Sunday at Lincoln Park. A chicken dinner was served at 1 p.m. Mrs. Lewis Needham of Carbon Cliff, received the attendance prize. Joseph Needham, eight- month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Needham, was the youngest member present. Visitors present were Debbie Derby of Milan and Dwight Mosley of Rock Island. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Whitington and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Derby and family, Mrs. Eva Needham, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Needham and family, East Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eshlerman, Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Needham, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Needham and family, Carbon Cliff; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitington and family, Mrs. Evelyn Westfall, Gilson; Mi\ and Mrs. James Smith and Stacy, Viola and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wynn and family, Rock Island. Officers elected were Dewey Needham, president; Glenn Whitington, vice president; Evelyn Westfall, secretary, and Lawrence Needham, treasurer. Next year's reunion will be held the third Sunday in August at Lincoln Park. NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois hereby invites sealed bids on 1,000 Xect of 2»a-inch fire hose. Bids will be received until 10:30 A.M., C.D.T.. September 3, 1963. Bid forms may be obtained at the office of the City Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Michael A. Gravtno Purchasing Agent 8/22; IT NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of NOAH A. McFAR- LAND, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons that September 2, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of NOAH A. McFARLAND, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Juanita Margaret Edelman McFarland, Executor Howard & Padella, Lawyers Library Building Monmouth, Illinois 8/15-22-29; 3T NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois hereby invites sealed bids on cutting down approximately 1880 dead, diseased and dangerous elm tree* on the City's terraces. Bids will be received until 10:00 A.M., C.D.T., September 3, 1963. Bid forms may be obtained at the office of the City Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Michael A. Gravino Purchasing Agent 8/22; IT PAINTING USE Devoe Paint Interior or Exterior WE ALSO HAVE A COMPLETE LINI OF PAINTING ACCESSORIES PARRIS HARDWARE 104 E. JACKSON Abingdon, III. Come to Abingdon's Fall Festival August 23-27 Livestock Show-Mon., Aug. 25 Livestock Sale-Tues., Aug. 27 Plan to buy your Steer here! Quality and Service Is Our Motto, FEY'S PROCESSING SERVICE BERNARD FEY — Owner Phone 3447 Abingdon, III. SHOE SALE SHANKS BIG SHOE SALE AT ABINGDON FRIDAY NIGHT at 7 o'clock. Ladies 1 Shoes 400 Pair — 2 Low Prices 98c Nona Higher '1.98 Children's Shoes Sizes to Big 3 98c None Higher 1.98 Men's Dress Shoes $ 4.98 '6.98 '8.98 ?r. A few FLORSHEIMS $9.98 BE HERE FRIDAY AT 7. Reduced Prices Storewide Sole on All Summer Merchandise! Ladies' Hats H.00 Shanks SAVE NOW SALE PRICES ABINGDON

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