Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 26, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, August 26, 1963
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t T ? H - GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 24658 Gdtoa Ltofts Cluh Sets Session GALVA — Members of the Gal- vn Ltons Club will meet Wednes* day at 7 p.m. in the Galva LeClaire Hotel. This is the last of the summer schedule meetings and the club will start iis regular two meetings a month in September. Members of the Lions Club Little Leaguers Are Honored at Oneida Meeting ONEIDA — A picnic honoring members of the Little League was held in the Legion Home Monday evening. Trophy for the most valuable player was awarded to Alvin Brandenberg; for highest batting average to Stan Messmore and most improved player to Terry Foster, Each player received a pennant. There were 101 players, their families and Lions members in attendance. Pictures of the 1959 World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox were shown. The club voted to attend the football game between the Los Angeles Rams and the Chicago Bears in Chicago Nov. 10. A committee reported that the shelter had been partially painted at a work night Aug. 15. The next work night has been set by Jerry King, president, for Aug. 28. Hire Teacher At Wyoming TOULON — The Wyoming Consolidated Grade School Board has announced the luring of Mrs. Lawrence Muilinax of Toulon as a teacher in the upper grades. This completes the school staff. Mrs. Muilinax is the wife of Rev. Lawrence Muilinax, pastor of the Toulon Faith Baptist Church. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Ribi, B«t)f, Chicken, Fried Chicken. Shrimp. Pixie, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. COMPORTAtLT COOL Ok HI - HILARIOUS The Comedy of the Year! OPEN 1:15 At 1:30 - 3:30 5:35 • 7:40 -9:45 A ROSS HUNTER-ARWIN mm TheThrillOfitAH.' ARLENE FRANCIS- COLOR COMFOtTAILT coot OPEN 1:15 NOW! BIG HITS THE MOST TITANIC MONSTERS OF ALL TIME CLASH HEAD-ON JOHN BECK presents board will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Camera cltfbroom. Visit Alderman Home Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ericson and children, David, Jamie and Mark, were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alder* man in Roberts. I—•nnMailli* Hi III I iim ,\4W Alpha Church Unit Hosts Guest Night ALPHA — Approximately 80 members and guestc attended guest night of the Woman's Society of Christian Service Thursday night at the Methodist Church. Guests included those of neighboring churches. The president, Mrs. Leland Paul, welcomed those present and announced that an invitation was extended to attend a guest day Sept. 5 at 2 p.m. at the Woodhull Lutheran Church. Mrs. Hoi- ger Carlson led devotions. The program included slides shown by Mrs. Virgil Bodeen of her son Duane while on his trip and of his work as a missionary in Singapore. Mrs. H, W. Stitt played organ selections. Hostesses were Mrs. Forrest McCaw, Mrs. Holger Carlson, Mrs. Charles Metzner, Mrs. Larry Crawford. Mrs. Lawrence Barton and Mrs. Delite Baird. Alpha News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Epperson moved Thursday to the residence on U.S. 150 which they purchased from Mrs. Lydia Bodeen. Mrs. Charles Johnson and infant son Michael Bruce returned home Thursday from Moline Public Hospital. Mrs. Fred Molberg, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newman and Mrs. Wilbur Newman of Cambridge, spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gilmore in Kirkwood. It is estimated that a faucet that leaks 60 drops a minute will waste 200 gallons of water per month. «BI V E -fy THEATRE NOW Rt. 34 West - Open 7:30 - Show at Dusk fNC MIRISCH COMPANY... EDWARD LALPERSON MUSINT J86K SHIRLEY I£MN0N M m LSMNE BILLY WIIOER'S iRMa SHOWN AT 10:00 in THIS IS FOR ADULTS ONLY TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISION •LEAK» I**! VftiTIf AITIITI ADULT ENTERTAINMENT S one uovt mnd «/*/* for Mtn-cttyf t •••••. ? m_W_ GEORGE SANDERS RICHARD JOHNSON wan FATEN HAMAMA . Shown at B:15 STARTS SUNDAY AIK CONDITIONED ADULTS 60c SHOW STARTS 7; 30 CHILDREN 25c EARL THEATRE - Knoxville HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage t ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Mrs. Peggy R. Magnuson, 1035 W. Main St. Orin A. Mills, 91 Silver St. David S. Steward, 907 Mulberry Mrs.' Irene B. Marts, 151 N. Seminary St. Mrs. A, Jean Banks, East Gales. burg. Stephen C. Showaltcr, 107 Ohio Ave. Mrs. Ethel A. Powell, 490 N. A Cherry St Mrs. Barbara J. Wright. Wataga. John Long, 676 N. Prairie St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Bradley S. Martin, Monmouth. Mrs. Beverly J. Fox and baby, 1646 Rock Island Ave. Mrs. Merlam Wilson, 898 Monroe St. Mrs. Gerald K. Francis, Woodhtill. Margaret Ann Lewis, 208 E. Lower St. Tori F. McVey, Berwick. Mrs. Hazel L. Henderson, 418 W. Main St. Mrs. Marie M. Spiegel, Galva. Robert F. Smith, 507 N. Broad St. Robert G. Brackett, 459 Locust St. Mrs. Marilyn E. Boystun, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Avice M. Cain, Oneida. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Ronald L. Benner, Pekin. Mrs. Maud V. Stiegele, 227 E, Losey Stephen M. Fox, 1901 N. Broad St. Mrs. Mary J.' Moore, Williamsfield. Mrs. Helen J. ColweLl, 1440 Jefferson St. Gerald E. Cross, 1630 West Main St. Mrs. Doris E. Carlson, 1027 Lyman Charles M. Miller, 2033 Newcomer Dr. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Norma L. Derry. 140 W. Prospect St. Stacey A. Watson, 116 Prospect St. David D. Wright. Abingdon. Michael C Riggins, 241 N. Cedar Michael E. Housh, St. Augustine. Mrs. Sandra K. King and baby, Aledo. Mrs. Betty E. Setser, West Lake Storey. Lloyd E. Taylor, Knoxville. Gerald E. Schneider, East Galesburg. B? 1 }? 18 * 1 ^ Dexterj Knoxville. Route T Carlber *» Galesburg Mrs. Florence Baysinger, 1576 Meadow Dr. Lois P. Gaffney, 437 W. Main St St. Mary's ^ ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Mrs. Grace T. Adcock, 76 Bandy Ave. Mrs. Bruce B. Stuart, Windcrest Acres. Miss Selma Lanstrum, 121 N. Sem> inary St. Mrs. Maynard M. Ellison, 507 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Michael A. Glasnovich, 595 Clark St. Harry Quick, Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Myrtle G. Cowles, Albia, Iowa. Stanley R. Lewis, Abingdon. Gilbert L. Ayers. 310 Indiana Ave, Mrs. J. Lynne Tilson, LaFayette. Mrs. Jack L. Reno, Abingdon. Mrs. Peter T. Bohan, 45 Park Lane. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Miss Sylvia Alowski, 226 S. Prairie ot. E. Jay Anderson, Oneida. v ?Sf Ja Sue Anderson, Oneida. Archlb ald, 1564 Mulberry Mrs.' Robert C. Asbury. Dahinda. i?,®^* Be nson, 535 Monmouth . niva, Mrs Ethel Bliss, 537 N. Chambers ot. Mrs. Clyde S. Brown, Avon. David Buck. Laura. Mrs. Edward Dwyer, St. Augustine. Mrs. Jay R. Franey, 1290 Jefferson Eldon Grover, 773 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Gary Johnson, Lake Bracken. Mrs. Edna M. Kanan, 815 Florence Ave. Nels Olson, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Neil Ritenhouse, 643 S. West St. Mrs. Charles E. Sanders 426 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Chester H. Sharick, 140 Arnold St. Randy John Treadway, 798 E. Knox St. Mrs. Mary A. Weigand, 727 W. : rien St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Ronald R. Stacker. Berwick. Howard L. Meadows, Abingdon. Robert C. Wright, Gcrlaw. George E. Bleucl, 1360 N. Prairie St. Richard B. Burton, Oquawka. Mrs. Howard T. Palmgren, 1151 Beecher Ave. Miss Linda K. Toops, 642 E. Ber- ricti St Miss Sandra M. McGuire, 1731 N. Broad St. Mrs. Jennie M. Lindcen, 865 Monroe St. Timmy Lee Nelson, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Mary A. McCullum, Abingdon Mrs. Sandra L. Cunningham, Galesburg Route 3. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Charles H, Conroy, 1303 N. Cedar St. • Mrs. Willis Daily,'-304 Galesburg Road. Emural L. Elmore, 201 N. Pearl St. Miss Sharon M, Gilmore. Alexis. Mrs. Donald D. Jacobson, Altona. Mrs. Elsie I. Jones, 470 E. Second fat* Rodney Lindsey, Rio. Mrs. Neil Norris, 71 Park Lane Dr. Harry Quick. Des Moines, Iowa. Kenneth S. Sargeant, 515 E. Knox Eugene J. Sullivan Sr., 424 Holton St. Mrs. Carmon Vilardo, 1110 N. Farnham St. .er- On Their Honor LOUISVILLE (AP) - Jefferson County Sheriff William Cranfill had a purpose when he appointed two honorary deputies. He gave the appointments to 13-year-old and '7-year-old Valley Station boys who had run away from home. Cranfill told them "you are being deputized to .see that it does not happen again." Between 45 and 50 per cent of the world's peoples are illiterate, according to estimates. NEEDED: IBM DATA PROCESSORS and COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS MEN WOMEN Uudlity 1 ur uiif ot Uit-bu jobb P^dbf Lu/v tuitiun iiiiddied Shod tidinmg pctiud luining neeiJ nul intcdeit rtiln prtb eld e((tploy(ticid Wfije Wiciud III ^ pfiune nunibef PCMT BOX 699 c-o BEGISTER-MAJJU i Soldier from Kirkwood Joins Unit in Korea KIRKWOOD-Mrs. Adrian Lefler has received a letter from her brother, Pfc James E. Fisher, saying that he had arrived safely in Korea after a 17-day journey by boat from San Francisco, Calif., stopping for a brief period at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and Yokohama, Japan and is now stationed at Camp Kaiser, Korea, for 13 months. It is here that he hopes to attend an electronic school He writes that the Korean natives are living under very poor conditions, having made little, if any progress since the war. His address is Pfc. James E. Fisher (RA 5535 8733) Hq. Trp., 2nd Sqdn., 10th Cav., APO 7, San Francisco, Calif. Kelly Boosters Hold Final Meeting of Year Last meeting of the year was held Wednesday by the Kelly iosters 4-H Club at the home. F of Marion Cantweil Jr. Larry and David Wolford told the nine members and one guest about physical fitness day held recently in Monmouth. Eric Saunders talked on safety and electricity. Robert Wolford and Cantweil talked on acid burns, while David Wolford talked on chemical burns. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! No Coverage There is no constitutional or statutory provision nor any provisional rule of Congress which requires a member-elect to shW up when Congress convenes or even show up at all. Knapp Kin Has Reunion Descendants of Frank and Alida Knapp gathered Sunday at Lake Storey for' their 18th annual reunion. Present were 48 members and six guests. Officers elected for the coming year were Bernice Beauchamp, president; Lucille Johnston, vice president; Icle Knapp, secretary-treasurer. Oldest member present was Minnie Bonham of Ogema, Wis., and youngest was Greggory Johnston of Peoria. Door prizes were won by Ellen Johnston and Greggory Johnston. A gift was presented to John and Icle Knapp in recognition of their wedding anniversary. Four births reported were a son to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tegg of Peoria; a son to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnston of Peoria, and son to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Swanson of Milan, and a daughter to Mr. and Mr9. Ronald Col­ linses Key West, Fla. Relatives Were present from Ogema, Wis., What Cheer, Iowa, Moline, Rock Island, Mi tart» ria, Knoxville, Galesburg, Oneida The same FUN FOR ALL I HOLIDAY INN DRIVING RANGE FUN DAY and NITEI Wednesday, August 28 PLAY MINIATURE GOLF Day! SPECIAL BASKET OF BALLS $1 SPECIAL , GOOD ALL DAYI FREE PASS to lowest score in each Foursomel First Time Around. HIT OUR SPECIAL MARKERS FOR A FREE BASKET OF BALLS! WINNER! SIGN NOW AT O.T.'s YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS PRIZES Sign up where you see the BIG WINNERS APPLE this new concerti :•^^^v^aa pull Register everytime you come Look for the Big Apple Box. Prizes are Girdles, Bras, Shoes, Cosmetics, Sleepwear, Lingerie, Hose, Sportswear, Hair Dryers, Permanents. Junior High, High School and College are eligible. LH HF 'ill - • h F PURCHASE NECESSARY DRAWING, SAT., SEPT. 7 at 5 P.M. *7 Maidenform creates a new kind of girdle that always stays place! New Concertina® has a unique section of elastic mesh in the back that adjusts as you move. The rest girdle stays precisely where belongs! The waistband won't pull down, matter because egs how active won't ride no you are. fabric is made And with Lycra" spandex, this new Concertina® girdle is soft, lightweight, and machine washable! FIRST STAR is designed to give your flowering figure a flattering future. Stitched cups of a pretty scalloped design are in the right proportions to give you the fit, support and uplift you need. Regular or contour. First Star white. Junior sizes Contour 2.00. cups. 10.95 tttev Bold, beautiful blazer. Striped, wool double knit. Also, classic wool knit skirt. Red, olive, grey, navy, white, black. Qirl Town Suspender Skirt Blazer 25.00 Skirt 14.98 Fashion's most bold entry this plaid wool knit jacket. A grand selection olive, heather grey, sig navy, white, black. Also classic sleeveless wool knit shell. The look of the new silhouette! The A line suspender skirt. Solid wale corduroy or fine wool flannel. Also plaid wool. Sizes 6-14 subteen. The blouse striped oxford cloth by Mac Shore Classics. Wool Flannel . 7.99 Plaid Wool... 8.99 Jacket Shell 19.98 10.98 MacShore Blouse SPORTSWEAR STREET FLOOR SECOND FLOOR A

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