Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 23, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 23, 1963
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6 Qqltibuf a Regf ste r«MoiI, Golesbura, Fridoy, Aug, 23, ,1963 GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phont WE 2-2658 Church Services Arranged GALVA - Pastors of Galva churches have announced Sunday service schedules and other church functions for the week fthead. They are: Messiah Lutheran — D. V. Charlson, pastor. Sunday 8 a.m. Worship: Sunday school 9:15 Cm.; worship 10 a.m. Fotirsqiip«-e—Allan Mason, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school, Worship 11 a.m. Service 7:30 p.m. with Dale Jones, senior at LIFE Bible College. Thursday mid-week prayer and Bible study p.m. First Congregational—John S. Broeksmit Jr., pastor. Sunday 9 a.m. church school, worship and communion of the Lord's •Supper. Monday 8 p.m. board of deacons. Thursday 6:45 p.m. board of deaconesses. First Baptist—Kenneth Starns, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school. Worship service 11 a.m. JSermon, "God's Word a Burning Flame." Sermon, "A Glorious Church 7 p.m. Thursday 7 b.m, church visitation. Prayer meeting 8 p.m. First Methodist — Richard C. Brownfield, pastor. Sunday 9 B.m. Worship service Sunday school 10 a.m. St. John's Catholic—Gerard A. Verhoye, pastor. Sunday Masses 7 and fi:30 a.m. first, third and fifth Sundays. Masses 7 and 10:15 a.m. second and fourth Sunday. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Fri., Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Mldnite. Heuri — Tue»., Wed., Thurs., Sunday—5 p.m. to Mldnlt*. Closed Monday*. ELDORA'S Smorgasbord $1.00 10 different salads, 9 different meats, vegetables and relishes, \fish on Friday. Serving continuously from II A.M. to 8 P.M. ELDORA'S Restaurant 413 N. SEMINARY Campfire Girls Registration Set Registration for Campfire Girls has been moved up to Aug. 28 and 29, in order to take ad? vantage of the old registration price of $1 as the fee will go up Sept. 1. The registrations will be held in the firemen's rooms of the City Hall. Group organization and tea will be sponsored later by the Galva Woman's Club. Plan Awards in Lifesaving Work Ronald Jones, swimming instructor at Lake Calhoun, has announced that those who have earned certificates in the classes at the lake this year may pick them up over the Labor Day weekend at the concession stand. Awards this year were earned in senior and junior lifesaving, water safety aides, beginners, swimmers and intermediate classes. Quell Blaze at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR—Firemen of the Rivoli Fire Protection District answered the call to the Robert Olson home southwest of New Windsor, Wednesday about 3 p.m., when burning grass got out of control. The fire company was called to keep it from spreading to the barn. DANCING EVERY SAT. UIID BALLROOM UllD AUG. 24 Two Bands Bill Hardesty plus the "ROCKING" RAMRODS Playing in Wheel Boom $1.25 before 9—51.50 after 9 Student Price $1.00 WEEKEND SPECIAL Chicken in the Basket_ 89c Turtle $1.00 Individual Catfish _ $1.25 Shrimp $1.35 T-Bone $2.00 "Premium Food at Popular Prices" MIDWAY TAP 2140 E. MAIN Brush up on your bowling at EAST MAIN BOWL. Completely remodeled with new A.M.F. equipment, SPECIAL - 3 lines $1.00 RIB SHACK North on Route ISO Ribs, Beef, Chicken, Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pizza, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Daily at S P.M. MOOSE LODGE StO Dance Party Members and Guests SATURDAY NITE DON CLUTE BAND SPECIAL! ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EAT 65c Chicken in the Basket Turtles — Shrimp Steaks — Chops Sandwiches Suburban Inn The Burkes — Jack and Ethel MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:3ft to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window ANNUAL INDIAN POW-WOW Gorgeous costumed Sauk and Fox Indians Performing Ceremonial Dances at Historic and Scenic Blackhawk State Park Rock Island, Illinois LABOR DAY WEEKEND August 31 — September 1 & 2 Adults 75c, Children 25c Performances: Saturday, 8 p.m., Sunday, 2:30 and 8 p.m. Monday, 2:30 and 8 p.m. Central Daylight Time AGUES "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" SATURDAY, AUG. 24 Von Bell Trio 100 at 11 120+ »t 12 Louise Hollia serving best of food. COMING - The Sportsmen Open Air Chicken Fry August 29 MR. AND MRS. W. P. CANNON (above), 1265 S. Farnham St., will note their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday. The couple wore married Aug. 26, 1938. Friends and relatives arc invited to call during the afternoon from 2:3# o'clock to S o'clock at their home. Hosts for the event will be Miss Sandra Cannon, a daughter who resides at home, and Mr. and Mrs. Jan Cannon, a son and daughter-in-law of Bishop Hiil. Mr. Can* non is a concrete contractor, operating his own business. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ABMtSSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Marion E. Bailey, Alexis. Mrs. Sharon K. Kubitz, Galesburg Route 3. Irvin Carlson, Henderson. Alvin P. Johnson Jr., Viola. Dale B. Johnson, 766 Warren St. Oscar Hallstrom, 550 W. Grove St. Russell T. Downey, 829 Jefferson St. Miss Nettie D. Nyman, 726 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Norma L. Derry, 140 W. Prospect St. John C. Highs, Gilson. Frances A. Gardner, Knoxville. Mrs. Dixie N. Taylor, Lynn Center. Tori F. McVey, Berwick. Mrs. Linda L. Keithley, 1280 Monroe St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Miss Marie E. Sullivan, 1170 N. Academy St. Margaret A. Coon, 1046 S. Kellogg St. Mary E. McClurg, 1087 N. Cherry St. James L. Austin, Broadview Hotel, Mrs. Betty L. BramJett, 1142 N. Kellogg St. FTed F. Ward, 343 N. Broad St. Miss Blenda L. Frisk, 1104 E. Main St. Mrs. H. Ruth Kemp, 833 N. Academy St. Kathleen I. Wojohn, 947 Frank St. Mrs. Carol L. Frakes, 1641 N. Seminary St. Daniel L. Stranger, 455 N. Broad St. Mrs. Luella Eck, 218 Madison St. Herbert N. Bloomquist. 748 Bateman St. Richard A. Johnson, Williamsfield. Charles A. Norris Sr., 2123 Washington St. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! i. *"S £i -"L *Z .JR. Mil Rt. 34 West • Open 7:30 — Show at 8:30 M MM / KATHLEEN /CHARLES MURPHY/CROWLEY/DRAKE «MM0U> J.ST0ME<SX» HOMIER - PLUS St. Mary's THE WILDEST SCREEN COMEDY SINCE MONEY WENT OtfTOF Shown at: 9:45 PLUS The UGLY AMERiCAN £ AsmA»COLOfi\ A ¥™£?* ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Edward J. German, Williamsfield. E. Jay Anderson, Oneida. Pamela Sue Anderson. Oneida. Nancy Jane Fisher, Abingdon. Randy John Treadway, 798 E. Knox St. Kitlyn Archibald, 1564 Mulberry St. Mrs. Joseph W. Frank, 881 Day St. Mrs. Edward J. Pedigo, 461 Chambers St " DISMISSALS THURSDAY Donald F. Barlow, 214 S. Academy St. Mrs. Benjamin R. Bruner, 1431 Monroe St. Forrest Craig. 667 S. Seminary St. Esther Curtis. 193 N. Pearl St. Mrs. James H. Fields, Galesburg Route 3. Coydon D. Hendryx, 767 S. West St. Miss Peggy L. Higham. Monmouth. Leo H. Imel, 240 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Dora E. McCracken, Abingdon. Clifford E. Mills, 836 S. Henderson St. | Kevin E. Morrison, 22 Husted St. Mrs. John P. Reed, Sandwich. Sanford Sanquist, Abingdon. David L. Sweet, 511 E. Knox St. Ann Marie Wiggins, Abingdon. Dorris Kim Young', Victoria. Hire Teacher at Toulon TOULON—Paul H. Brown, principal of Toulon Grade School, has announced that Mrs. J. |2. .(lona) Richards will be part-tiqtie. teacher in the fifth grade for the 19631964 term. Tour Communities NEW WINDSOR — Calvin Bredberg and his son Tim visited in Morrison, Princeton, Park Ridge, Fairbury and Henry several days this week. BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hurst St., Bufhaell. await* •MUftttt Phont Bushnell 519 Bushnell Yards Reports Steady Prices for Hogs BUSHNELL — Smaller hog receipts helped to keep prices for porkers about steady during the week, it was pointed out in a market summary by the Bushnell Stockyards farm service department. The summary follows: Losses on some of the butcher hogs and packing sows earlier in the week •—— were regained as the week came to a close. However, 1 the lighterweights are still under buyer pressure and they are closing the week on a lower basis. Last week the cool temperatures and lower price trend encouraged many shippers to market hogs that were too light. This caused additional losses and larger discounts on weights under 200 pounds. It also improved the demand for the weights up to 300 pounds, and this was reflected in very little discount for the heavier weights. Show Improvement Packing sow prices also are showing improvement this week and the spread between some of the smooth light sows and the heavy butchers is growing narrower. Many hog raisers are starting to sort a few of their heaviest weight hogs and marketing them locally, in order to check the weights. Most of these hogs are still quite young and are not weighing as much as expected. The present temperatures and a levelling off in prices for another couple of weeks should be an inducement to keep feeding to the popular market weights. Especially, if price, discounts get sharper with the arrival of too many under-weights. Church Schedules Listed by Pastors Pastors of Bushnell churches have announced Sunday service schedules and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Methodist — Henry L. Cox, pastor. Church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m., sermon, "The Image of God." Monday through Friday the pastor will attend the College of Christian Life at Champaign. Tuesday 9 a.m., WSCS study on "These Cities Glorious" will be held at the church with Mrs. Helen Lauterbach as teacher. Plus-Ultra Class a potluck supper 6 p.m. in church basement. Thursday 9 a.m., Prayer Group meets at church. Friday 9 a.m., WSCS study class. First Baptist — Harry Litzenberg, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m., Sunday school. 10:45 a .m., worship service, sermon, "Envy." Senior BYF 6:30 p.m. Evening services, 7:30 p.m., sermon, "Conformed or Transformed?" Tuesday, 6 a.m., prayer meeting at the home of Dr. Henry Graber. Louise Campbell Mission Circle meeting 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Willa Fowler. Wednesday, Edna Sward Mission Circle meeting 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Mamie Williamson. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., prayer meeting and Bible study. Assembly of God — Robert Rutledge, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m., Sunday school, worship 10:45. PCA's 6:30, evening service 7:30. Tuesday, Women's meeting 5:45 a.m. Thursday, Mid-week service 7:30 p.m. Concession Stand Destroyed by Fire The Bushnell Fire Department was called Monday to extinguish a fire at Sunny Side Lake, 3 J /i miles southeast of Bushnell, where a concession stand and contents were destroyed. Building and contents were valued: at $750 and no insurance on th<g contents was held by the owner;-}, Dale Havens and Carl Picketf.. The alarm was turned in by a neighbor, Richard Croxton. TJhe building was covered by insurance. Winola Unit Board Meets; Accepts Bids VIOLA—Board of Education of the Winola Community Unit met in special session Wednesday evening and accepted bids firom the following firms for this year 's school supplies: Coal, Nelson Lumber Co.^ gasoline and fuel oil, Standawl Oil Co.; motor oil, M, L. Gu.'1/.afson; dairy products, Beatrice* Food Co., and bakery good?*, Continental Baking Co. Several changes h«T/e been made in the bus rouf/e/s for the year. Morning and afternoon shuttle buses transporting students between Viola and Ne^.v Windsor will discontinue pick if ng up and discharging students /along 111. 17. This change was iji the interest of safety and coj#/servation of time, school officials indicated. Basil Murphy waifj in charge of arrangements. A 'total of 121 persons volunteered^ to give blood and 13 were rejected for various reasons. Win in Bridge Play Winners Wednesday at duplicate bridge w^re : first, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Y#»man of Avon; second, Earnest Gardener and Howard Gray; tfhird, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hornbacker and fourth John Scholes art/j D. R. Daniels. The group will, meet next Wednesday evening ;slt the Bushnell Hotel. Rainljow Group Reports on Social The .'Bushnell Chapter of Rainbow f.#ir Girls realized $112 from its recent ice cream social, it was {announced at a meeting of the feroup Wednesday. Mijmbers were reminded of the DeWIolay Grand Ball Aug. 24. The. chapter will enter a float in the Bushnell Town and Country Fe stival. Movie Calendar mtDAY, Atm. u 6HPME0M: "The Thrill of It All," 1:30, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:45. , WEST 1 : "Black Zoo," 1:45, 4:58. 8:10; "King Kong vs. Godzilla,' 1 3:25. 6:35. 9:50. DRIVE IN: "Showdown." ft:10; "Man from Diner's Club," fl:45; "Ugly American," 11:30. On* complete showing nightly. Andover Youth Hurt in Wreck CAMBRIDGE - Sandra Six, 19, of Andover, was being treated and X-rayed today in a Geneseo hospital after she was hurt in a 1-car accrdent north of Cambridge. Her brother Edward, 20, headed north, attempted to pass a tractor and hay wagon on 111. 82, when an oncoming car forced him to the shoulder and into a field, three miles from Cambridge. The young woman was a passenger in the car, according to the accident report. Driver also was taken to the hospital by ambulance, but apparently was uninjured. Didn't Get Away JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) —With their getaway car broken down, two youths were arrested on burglary charges as they pushed the crippled vehicle along. Police said the pair related they left the car motor running but that it stalled while they were gone and they couldn't start it again. NOW PLAYING "WORLD BY NIGHT" and "ROAD RUNNER" SHOW STARTS 7:3© Air Conditioned Adults 60c Children 35c THEATRE KNOXVILLE COMFORTABLY COOL / Bushnell Exceeds Its Blood Quota The bloodmobile unit w^is in operation in Bushnell Wednesday. The quota was 85 pints ;and a total of 108 was received< Mrs. DOORS OPEN 1:15 P.M. CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30 P.M. COMFORTABLY COOL NOW SHOWING When was the last time you enjoyed the ThriU FEATUP.ES AT: Tff-30 3:30 • 5:35 7:40 - 9:45 NOW SHOWING P JAIVi DAY and ' invite YOU TO watch Them share COLOR ARLENE FR&XC1S * wmmm• mmm • KCJNMOWE*• asiims /J* 9 * 5 ** /niPmm e/eau/ stm^CMBE^-^^ivm^^iisoii-f^^ m mm**iUkRW mwi / CARL w w^ 9 OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. NOW! 2-ES&2! MIGHTIEST MONSTERS OF THE A6ES IN THE BATTLE OF THEMES! COLOR BSMlMSl PLUS — 2nd HIT ! Hmmmm ¥ FANG AND CLAW HORROR STALKS THE CITY STREETS! 1 I- <

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