Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 23, 1963 · Page 20
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 23, 1963
Page 20
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20 Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Friday, Aug. 23, 1963 BAM<5/ PANG/ Station WGIL, Radio 1400 Kilocycle! FRIDAY 6:00 News. 6:05 Capital Assignment. 6:35 Music. 6:40 White Sox vs. Yankees. 10:00 Nightcap News. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. News on lho Half Hour. SATURDAY 4:55 Wake Up Show. 6:00 News. 6:05 Wake Up Show. 7:00 News. 7:05 Weather. 7:10 Sports Scoreboard. 7:15 Wake Up Show. 7:30 Local News. 7:45 Morning Show. 8:00 News. 8:05 Morning Show. 8:55 What's New in Pink & Blue, 9:00 News. 8:05 Morning Show. 10:05 Social Security Program. 10:10 Music. 10:35 Fire Department Program. 10:40 Music. 11:00 News. 11:05 Morning Show. 11:45 Farm Adviser's Program. 12:00 News. 12:15 Weather Forecast. 12:20 Local News. 12:45 D. D. DeForest. 1:10 White Sox vs. Yankees. 5:00 News. 6:05 Music. 6:35 The Big Lie. 7:05 Music. 8:50 Pro Football: St. Louis Cards vs. Detroit Lions. News on Ihe Hall Hour Station WAIK, Radio 1590 Kilocycle*. SATURDAY fi:15 Sign On. 6:15 News Headlines. 6:17 Illinois Farm News. 6:30 News Headlines. 6:55 News Around the World. 7:10 Local News. 7:35 Astroguider. 7:55 ABC News. 8:00 Local News. 8:15 Weather. 8:25 Hospital Notes. 8:30 Viewpoint. 8:55 ABC News. 0:00 Top of the News In the Midwest. 9:25 Flair Reports. 0:30 Medical Interview. 0:55 ABC News. 10:00 Local News. 10:15 McLoskey Washington Report. 10:30 Weekend Sound Flights. 10:4b Town Crier. 10:55 ABC News. 11 W Local News. baseball WHITE SOX vs. YANKEES Tonight at 6:40 Tomorrow Afternoon at 1 , WGIL RAD JO THE SOUND CITIZEN im ON YOUR DIAL 11:05 Tradio. 11:30 American Farmer. 11:55 ABC News. 12:00 Omnicast-News. 12:25 Flair Reports. 12:30 Paul Harvey News. 12:55 ABC News. 1:00 Local News. 1:30 Job Clearing House. 1:15 Obituary Report. 1:55 ABC News. 2:00 Local News 2:25 Flair Reports. 2:30 Viewpoint. 2:45 Town Crier. 2:55 ABC News. 3:00 Local News. 3:25 Weekend Sports. 3:55 ABC News. 4:00 Local News. 4:25 Speaking of Sports, 4:30 Viewpoint. 4:55 ABC News. 5:00 Local News. ^:15 Sports Review 5:25 Tom Harmon. Sports. 5:55 ABC News. fi:00 Local News. 6:25 Frail Reports. R:30 Viewpoint. 6:55 ABC News. 7:00 Sign Off. Californians Entertained At Media MEDIA — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cleland, Mark and Lisa o£ Lakeside, Calif., who had been vacationing in the East, are visiting friends in this locality. Cleland is an instructor in auto mechanics in a high school in Lakeside. He is a graduate of the local Media High School. Mrs. Cleland is the former Iris Charlesworth, and was a teacher in the Media High School a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Chewning and family of Corpus Christi, Tex.; Mrs. Fanny Wilson of Dallas City and Mrs. Nellie Stanbarry and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Barber and family were Tuesday dinner guests in the Mathers Graham home. They honored Mr. and Mrs. Barber on their 20th anniversary and their son David on'his 19th birthday. Don Frakes attended the IEA convention at Carbondale last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers and Kim returned home last week from North Dakota, where Mr. and Mrs. Powers had been attending school this summer. Powers is mathematics and science instructor and assistant coach in Media High School. Mrs. Clara Shoemaker, accompanied by Mrs. Bertha Shinn, Mrs. Corinne Voss and Mrs. Robert Whitson, of Dallas City and Mrs. Iola Ferguson of Colusa, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Pearl Wallace at Cambridge. Walkers Return Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walker and children who have been on vacation at Magnolia Springs, Ala., returned home Friday. Mrs. Bertha Keener and Mrs. Blanche Beardsley of Stronghurst were Sunday dinner guests in the Chuck White home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Erickson and Mark of Canton, arrived Sun- OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With Mir. Hoopl- BOOK SAY, 3AKE.IP YOU'RE STILL Irtfl-V £ecOND--HAMD BUSIMESS.X'LL <SNE SOO A Nice guy ON A iq6z 6EED CATALOG / gUT ON 6ECOrtD„ ThlOUGHT, MAYBE X StAOOLONT-"-!^ VOUR MENTAL CONDITION, HOD MISKTTRY EATI^ -tf-f PICTUREG.', AT LEAST SAKE WILL 60 TJ30WM IN) HISTORY/TH N MAJOR'S BEEN) TRYlNi*, FOR "YEARS TO OUTWIT soMEecoy-*- /AMD ALLTH V TIME THEOML.Y PlSEOM HE COULD OUTFLV, WAS (M OMEXJ WOR.O ' OUTA HOD CRUMSS AM' YOU 'LL HAVE yi GLASS FAMILY' -DANiDRUFP: ye ,5"! 3S MARTHA QUELLS A _ 8-23 »iminmi,te.TM.IatiUii .OH, 7 *0 Mtt OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williarae day for a visit with relatives in Media. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walker and children attended the wedding of her niece, Miss Jean Kern, to Charles Enhorn at Burlington Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cavins and Mr. and Mrs. Creigh Hemminger attended preaching services Sunday at Biggsville. Mrs. Goldie Saben visited Sunday with her son-in-law and daughter, and family at Denmark, Iowa. Her granddaughter Cindy accompanied her home. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Tague of Gorin, Mo., and Mrs. Gothard Rankin were Sunday callers in the William Musser home. Donna Jean and Craig Bowling of Galesburg were dinner guests in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hull and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Don Roach were passengers on the bus that look a group, to the state fair Governors Day. Mi', and Mrs. Marvin Kuyper and Kim are visiting relatives at Oilman. A batting average is determined by dividing the total number of hits by the total times at bat. Walks, sacrifices, hit by pitcher and interference by the catcher do not count as official at bats. LUIfll EMBRACES BUZ. _ WE'RE BLOCKING TRAFFIC, SI SNORE, BUT I mW THANK YOU PROPERLY... FOLLOW ME, PER FAV0RE...1 INSIST/ W O en < 5 GO o W 3 ITS A Gooomm FOR. you yOJ 'Ee NOVA D2AGON.' 8-23 IF I HAPN'T BEEN WORRYING ABOUT OLANi I'D HAVE SEEN YOU ROARING P0WN j ON ME IN TIME TO SCURRY FOR SAFETY! 1 T-THE ONES WHICH FORCE HIM TOWARP THE CLIFF-' THAT 15 WHY,,, THE TRAGEPY WITH GUIPE OCCUR. 1 VERY OW, MISS ENSSTROM,,, WHERE WE-WERE SITTING-, ONE HUNPREP YARPS FROM .THE FACE OF THE CLIFF,,, THERE WERE JUST MINOR UP-ANP-POWN PRAFTS-' frt GRANDDAD, y 'DON'T GO! CD 3 fifl

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