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GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St Phone WE 2-2658 Galva Unit Enrolls 1,143 As New Term Is Under Way ' GALVA—Enrdllment in Galva District school presently totals 1,143. The figures were released today from the office of Mild A. Watson, superintendent of schools. Not immediately available was a comparison showing whether the enrollment figure was up or down from last year's. Comprising the number were the 645 students in district grade schools, 185 in Galva Junior High and 318 in Galva Senior High. A breakdown showed the following! Grade schools — F. U. White, 325; Lincoln, 172; Burns, 38, and Bishop Hill, 110. Junior high — 7th grade, 93 and 8th grade, 92. Senior high — Freshmen, 87; sophomores, 77; juniors, 83, and seniors, 66. Classes at Galva schools began Tuesday. Plan Sunday Affair The Labor Day fish fry, which was scheduled for last Monday at Lake Calhoun, was postponed to Sept. 8, because of weather conditions. Plan Retail Stamp Promotion in Galva Sixty -eight local merchants will start giving Galva trading stamps Friday. A meeting was held Tuesday night at the Galva LeClaire hotel at which time books, advertising and stamps were distributed to the merchants participating. A trading stamp will be given with each 10-cent purchase and the books will hold 1,500 stamps. The books may be traded ENDS T0NI6HTI "THE GREAT ESCAPE" TOMORROW! 2 Smash Hits 2 It 's Fun for the Family!!! STEVE JAMES RICHARD MCQUEEN GARNER A1TENB0R0U6N COLORS™ PANAVlStON «uuu MI mm unm DontGiveUp The Ship • in mil I |A (MM fun festival for the whole family! Mlil-lffl-lifiW-IM KMWITAUTO • Sowplij t* HEPWT WE* ml EOtMB SUM ABYE BABY TOMORROW! 2 ENDS TONITEI "CAPTAIN SINBAD" And "CATTLE KING" FOR PEOPLE WITH NERVES OF IRON QNLY!!! to any of th# merchants taking part in the stamp program for $3 in merchandise. Golesburfl Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Thursday, Sept, 5, 1963 S Morgan Road Closing Planned for Buses Morgan Road will be closed during the time of loading the school buses starting Monday. In the past, some of, the buses have loaded in back of the high school, but now they will all load In front of the school and the road will be closed from about 3:20 to 3:45 p.m. Heads School Band Sue Dexter was elected president of the Galva High School band at a meeting this week. Other officers include vice president, Thera Nelson; Linda Rosander, secretary-treasurer; Linda Meerdink and Chris Gathmann, librarians. News Notes Of Fairview FAIRVIEW — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vin Camp and Gregg, Canton, and Mrs. William Vin Camp and Mary Ann, Fairview spent a weekend in Olney in the home of Mrs. Florence Moore. Mr. and Mrs. fcldon Harden and daughter of Naperville spent a weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Harden. Mrs. J. W. Lindstrom and Mrs. Nell Lindstrom were callers Saturday in the home of Mrs. Ina Phipps in Farmington., S.Sgt. Larry Utsinger and Airman 2.C. Joe Jarnigan left Tuesday for their homes in Fort Worth, Tex., after spending two weeks in the home of Dale Paull and family. Mrs. Utsinger remained for a longer visit. A surprise party was held, in the home of Mrs. Ethel Vin Camp Saturday in honor of her birthday. Those attending were Mrs. Mary Taylor and children and Jerry Churchill of Kankakee; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Churchill and family of Canton and Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Bruniga, Farmington. Falls from Tree Gary Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hendry Bennett fell from a tree at his home Saturday and received a back injury. He was taken to .the Graham Hospital by ambulance and X-rays were taken. He was released Sunday and is improving nicely. No bones were broken. Miss Ann Phipps spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Emig in Peoria. They accompanied her home and spent Monday in the Phipps home. Mrs. Lucille Mengel has returned from a 2-week visit with relatives in Davenport. Surprise Party A surprise birthday potluck dinner on Florence White was held Thursday. Mrs. Louise McCormick baked the cake. Attending were Mrs. Janet DeGulie, Mrs. Hazel Simons, Mrs. Maggie Nelson, Mrs. Grace White, Mrs. Beulah Simons, Mrs. Stella Simons, Mrs. Louise McCormick, Mrs. Sylvia Zimmerman, Mrs. Ida Hoyt and Mrs. White. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Locke attended a wedding Sunday at Elm- FROM CHILLICOTHE - Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson (above) of Chillicothc will note their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house at their home. Mr, and Mrs. Johnson, former Galesburg residents, were married Sept. 16, 1938, in Burlington, Iowa, by Rev. R. B. Blythe. Mrs. Johnson ia the former Lola Comatock. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mr«. Lottie Everetts, DeLong. Mrs. Robert D. Cole, 191 N. Ivan Ave. Ernest-Pearson, 1644 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Fred Schulz. Elmwood. Robert Reed, Davenport. David J. OodsU, 712 S. West St. Frank L. Taylor, 347 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Florence Tobln, 1434 N. West St. Mrs. Willard A. Moore, 191 Maple Ave. Mrs. Bruce T. Hannam, 922 Maple Ave. Leo H. Imel, 240 S. Henderson St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Sylvlere DeSutter, Aledo. Richard D. Eaton, Berwick. Lonnle P. Hansen, Abingdon. Sherman Morlan, Abingdon. William P. Mullen, 316 N. Broad St. Mrs. Howard T. Falmgren, 1151 Beecher Ave. Anthony and Stever Patterson, 544 Phillips St. Mrs. Jesse A. Perez, 962 W. Berrien St. Tony R. Ruby, 720 Michigan Ave. Ronald Spicer, Galesburg Route 1. Ernest C. Stickle, Oneida. Mrs. Wendolin Westphal, Macomb. Mrs. Marvin R. White, 399 N. Henderson St. Raymond D. White, 369 Jefferson 3t. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Ethel M. Slover. Kewanee. Mrs. Joan M. Hunt, Alexis. Mrs. Beverly A. Daley, Cameron. Michelle I. Tingley, 1879 Baird Ave. Mrs. Goldie Cahill, Knoxville. Mrs. Karin Larson, Galva. Curtis H. McCoy, Gilson. Robert L. Lewis, Abingdon. Mrs. Gloria Clay, 741 E. Berrien St. Steven P. Wilson. East Galesburg. Richard L. McCuliough, Oquawka. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Clarence O. Johnson, 2023 Grand Ave. Mrs. Alice A. Grabill, 1292 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Barbara J. Simpson and baby, 24 W. Fourth St. Mrs. Frances Grandberg, 1495 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Helen L. Buckman, Maquon. Mrs. Linda E. Johnson and baby, 540 Lombard St. Mrs. Birdie L. Martin, 1463 E. Main St. Mrs. Malulle A. Gehrlng, 1447 Moshier Ave. Miss Bessie L. Ellis, Viola. Mrs. Jana C. Rosenaw, Galva. Harry E. Carlson, 276 N. Pearl St. Miss Carol J. Crisman 414 Lawrence Ave. Mrs. Rena Haws. 1547 N. Broad St. wood of Elizabeth Talley and Daniel Johnson, in the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Vada Brown spent the weekend in Carthage in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lane. Fairview Elementary school enrolled 130—66 girls and 64 boys. THEATRE ENDS TONIGHT "BYE BYE BIRDIE" "WILD WESTERNERS' TOMORROW and SATURDAY St GALESBURG 1 St SHOWING A 0 NEVER BEFORE ON ONE SCREEN ~ Z SUCH SENSATIONAL SHOCKERS 2 SHOCK! • SHOCK! iM»ntoi, 'jUNGlfSOFAfllOl « SHOWN AT 9 s 15 • • SHOWN AT 10 s 8fl • PLUS • I0RN 50 MILUON YEARS OUT OF TIMEt COLOR Starring CARL OTTOGEN t SHOWN AT 7:45 COMING SUNDAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE 'DAYS OF WINE and ROSES' "ADVISE and CONSENT" BUSHNELL Htm ft. fntr* BrtlUMfl 620 W. Hunt St, Buihnell. Phone Bushnell 619 Bushnell City Council Okays Annual Tax Levy at Meeting BUSHNELL—The Busfinell City Council met Tuesday evening, with Mayor John Lyons presiding. All aldermen were present. An annual tax levy and appropriation in the amount of $705,836 was passed. Two $1,000 gas plant bonds were offered to the city for retirement, one to be due in 1965 and the other in 1067. .The council decided to pick them 'up as there are funds available. The council passed a resolution to participate in federal low-cost housing. The city is not bound by any agreement to spend iy money unless the housing ia really constructed. The traffic ordinance was amended to replace all yield right of way signs with stop signs, as too many people are violating the yield signs, aldermen observed. Several new stop signs are to be put up and no parking signs are to be placed 'on various streets. Oak Grove Reunion Conducted at Park The Oak Grove reunion dinner was held Monday at the Prairie City Park. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Campbell of Hannibal, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. George Hobbs, Mrs. Josephine Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Campbell of El Vista; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hobbs of Walnut Grove; Mr. and Mrs. John Ogle and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kreps and family of Bushnell; Harv Simpson of Cuba; Jim Simpson of Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hornbaker, Mr. and Mrs. Gary McNeeley and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes, of Avon. Campers Report At Circle Meeting The three circles of the Presbyterian Church met Tuesday for a combined meeting at the church. Mrs. Ray Cowperthwaite presided at the meeting. Devotions were given by Miss Gladys Knowlton from a sermon by Dr. John Holland. Mrs. Ray Paddock was in charge of the campers' reports. They were given by Joyce and Janis Webb and Cindy Clayton, Seaton, who attended a Bloomington camp and John Bricker, Rob Welch and Steve Sperry, campers at Wyoming, Iowa. Bible study, "One People of God," was given by Mrs. Gene Brewer. The Rov. Mr. Adamson spoke on personal relationship with missionaries. Mrs. Newby gave the following announcements, a retreat nt flusli- ville Sept. 11 and the League meeting Sept. 19. Hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth Reno, Mrs. T. Otis Brown and Mrs. Delbert Clayton. Mrs. Clark Sperry presided at the tea table. Mission Featured At WSCS Session The WSCS of the Methodist Church met Tuesday for a general meeting at the church. The program, "Our Mission Today," was given by Mrs. Eva Theobald, assisted by Mrs. Walter Seman, Mrs. Gladys Pugh. Mrs. Keith Wilson and Mrs. Charles Jackson. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harold Putnam. A collection of 5 cents per member was taken to be sent for honoring Zoe King for her 35 years' service at Langleyvllle. The annual chicken pie supper will be held Nov. 7. Earl Utsinger Honored A potluck supper was held Monday evening at the VFW Park for friends and relatives of Earl (Butch) Utsinger, who soon will leave for the service. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cobb and family of Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Utsinger of Canton; Mr. and Mrs. Levi Rigney of Vermont; Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Martin and family of Farmington and Mrs. Clyde Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker and family, FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Homo Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. DANCE TO PLEASANT VALLEY NEIGHBOR BOYS SAT., Sapt. 7—1 lo 12 at POWELL'S PAVILION Thia ia a good band, ao coma and hava a good tlma. Saa you Saturday. Ole Amigos for South of the Border cuisine Try John and Sally's Little ACAPULCO MEXICAN RESTAURANT NOW OPEN 403 S. Chambers St. GALESBURG Free coffee and candy for the kiddies RIB SHACK North en Rout* ISO Itlbt, Baal. Chlokan, mod Chlekan, Shrimp, Plua, Band- wlchai. Air Conditioned For carry out aarvlca CaU 342-2411 Open Dally at S P.M. GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSIONS Laava Burlington at 2 P.M. (D.S.T.) lor a tour-hour Seanlc Trip up through Lock II and back to Burlington at t P.M. Dlna at Arion Raitaurant. SATURDAY, SUNDAY and HOLIDAYS Call Burlington, Plaia 2-2t2S, collect for Chartari and Raaer- vailoni. Call Evanlnga It Weekends. MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got It." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Bach Again HIE PRAIRIE PARTNER* DANCING 8 :30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No diaorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY. Owner Drive-to Window 4th Annual Methodist Church Building Fund Auction Eldridge Pork — Roseville, Illinois Sat., Sept. 7,1963 Solo start, at 11 a.m. — Ends ? ? ? ? CLOTHES - FURNITURE - FOOD IMPLEMENTS - LIVESTOCK - PRODUCE "Everything from Soup to Nuts" (Merchandise alto sold on consignment) Lunch Stand on Grounds. MORTON PRATT/ Auctioneer — You Iring It . . . We'll Sell It — Mr. stid Mrs. Clyd« ft. Parke?, Mr. and Mr*. Don Irwin and family. Bob Brown, Jerry Crom- blet and Marjorle Jackson of Bushnell. Biislitiell New* Notes Mr. and Mrs. Herschet Hulett and daughter of Macomb were Sunday callers at the M. 8. Galloway home. In the evening, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Galloway visited Mrs. Andy Weber of New Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Galloway, Mom CALENDAR onpmv T^tfUiftAY, ttrt. i The Great ftcafte; 1:00. 3M, 6AS and 9:40 P.M., . 4 WESTI "dattie King," JM. m.: "Capfoffl Sinbad,' 1 and 0:36 p.m. and 8 p. 3:25. (?:») and 9:35 p DMVfc IN? "Tft* Wild Westerner*," 8:00: "Bye Bye Bifdit," 9:20. 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