20 6Q.le$buffl Register-Mail, (jalesburg, K ridgy, Sept. 6, 1963 6Nt*9UtAMftt0»ftfttt6ft, , HOW ABOUT P/VE HUNDRED 6010 PIKES AN01H6QUKN? BAZOO, TELL LARP WHAT / YOU'RE PLAYING?, A HUNDRED-YEAR- 1 OLD VIOUMV Station WGIL, Radio 1400 KUoevcl«» FHIDAY 6:00 News. 6:05 Capital Assignment. 6:35 Music. •7 m World Today. 7:40 White Sox vs. Twins Followed by News and Music Till 12). News on the Hall Hour. 4 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 9 8 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 1 5 6 6 7 10 10 SATURDAY 55 Wake Up Show. 00 News. 05 Wake Up Show. 00 News. 05 Weather. 10 Sports Scoreboard. 15 Wake Up Show. :30 Local News. :45 Morning Show. 00 News. :05 Morning Show. 55 What's New in Pink & Blue. 00 News. :05 Morning Show. 05 Social Security Program. 10 Music. 35 Fire Department Program. 40 Music. 00 News. 05 Morning Show. ;45 Farm.Adviser's Program. :00 News. 15 Weather Forecast. 20 Local News. 45 D. D. 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New Windsor Vacationer Returns Home NEW WINDSOR — Mrs. Lillian Oberg has returned home from a 10-day stay in Chicago, during which she also visited Mr. and Mrs. George Oberg. Rev. and Mrs. T, A. Holmer and son Hilding, of Rock Island, spent the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Paul Holmer. Other guests Monday were Rev. and Mrs. Erik Holmer and family of Moline. Rev. and Mrs. Erik Holmer have recently returned after attending the Lutheran World Federation at Helsinki, Finland. Also present Monday at the Holmer home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Tull of Moline. N, A. Rosene returned to the Veterans Administration Hospital at Iowa City Aug. 29 for further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Anderson at Woodhull. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Frifchte- nicht and family spent the weekend at Maquon with Mrs. Friich- tenicht's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Underwood. LuAnn Friichtenicht, their daughter, returned home Sunday from the Cottage Hospital, where she was under treatment and for observa- j tion. j Mr. and Mis. Larry Johnson I and daughter were guests Monday of Mrs. Margret Maynard at Carthage. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rilea and family spent Saturday and Sunday hi Chicago, where they visited Miss Helen Ackerlund and Mrs. Rilea's g r e a t-great-unde, Seth Nelson. Mrs. J. L. Peterson and Mrs. Violet Dawson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smiley in Rock Island. Dinner guests Labor Day in the OUR BOARDING HOUSE-Witb !Wr. Hoop* ROOPLE.YOU FATHEAD, YOU'RE BLIGHTING THE ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD/TOMORROW ttA REPORTING YoiA TO TH& ZONING OFFICE AND YOU'LL FlrAD VOURSEUF SPENDING MCR5 TfAAE IN COURT THAN THE AMERICAN PAW-'/ SOU AMUSE. ME-, 6AV.TER,\tfREM YOLi TRY ARGUE LAW WITH THE MAN WHO TUTORED CLARENCE- •DARROW0N BLACK6T0ME-. BLVT^INCE- YOU'RE -SO TALKATIN/E TODAY, PERHAPS YOU'LL KE/WEMBE! TO TELL YOUR WIFE- ABOUT TH& #5 RA\SB SOU GOT LAST MOttTH ' B IK1 t t HIA. tx. TM. Hii. US. fil. on. ©AXTER^ M, WAS HOLDINi© OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams f EM A NDBOPy IM >WW LONG ENOU6H.' AWTOLP ME YOU PROMOTE? TO 1AN, AMP YOU'RE i TO LOOK LIKE WHY PO YOU 5UOH THINGS \ ME? v / YOU DOM'T UNDER if STAMP.'A NECKTIE IS 'I ENOUGH FORAWHILE" > THEY PIPN'TMAKE / METH'PRESIPENT-- l JUST TH' GEAR ROOM FOREMAN.' 1+ BORN FIFTY YEARS TOO SOflM J '^"^ home of Mr. and Mrs. .Larry Rilea were his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Coppenbarger of Havana, and his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Painter of Liverpool. Emil Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welker of Delphi, Ind., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peterson. Members of the Luther League of Calvary Lutheran Church have begun rehearsals for the three short plays which they will present at the church Sept. 22. Mrs. Paul Holmer, leader, is directing the plays entitled "Zacharias," "The Devil Speaks" and a panto- Prayers Urged NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The United Church Women of New Orleans have sent letters to the governors of the nation's 50 states, urging them to proclaim days of prayer for the nation "that we may recognize the sovereignty of God's love in the life of mankind" and that "we may have a respect for the dignity and worth of the individual as a citizen of a democracy," and may find ways to "negotiate tensions with charity instead of fear." |$ ENTltLtD TO A PERFECT lANtMNfi NOW AND THEM, BUT SOME ISSS0NS, jusrwmsrie. mime on the Lutheran World Federation at Helsinki, Finland. O o 3 HE GOT SO MUCH OILTH' USA. NEEDS, HE GOT TH' RIGHT TO KNOCK DOWN ANYTHING IN TH'L).S.A..V IN FACK/TH' WAY THEY EXPLAINED IX IT WAS A HONOR TO SACREEFICE OUR .LI'L HOME .V ALLEY GLASSES.' GOSH, PELIEVE 'OOP IM / POM' SES.' MYl LOO! !,ICANTV RK PONT THEY LOOK ALL RIGHT?
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