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Monday, September 9, 1963
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GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St. Phoni WE 2-2658 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Monday, Sept. 9, 1963 5 Honor Society Picks Officers GALVA—The first meeting of the Galva High School National Honor Society was held last week and members elected the following officers: Karen Cederberg, president; Linda Rosander, vice president; Linda Moffit, secretary, and Ray Larson, treasurer. The following were welcomed as new members from the senior class, Diane Stonberg and juniors, Carol Bogner, Ann Yelm, Diane Quart, Linda Peterson, Linda Kirman, Jane Josephson, Jerry Smith, Steve Bonati, Ray Whitman, Bill Curtis, Mike England and Dave Doye. The formal initiation into the chapter will be held Oct. 2. Post School Calendar Meanwhile, the Galva School District office has announced the calendar of school functions for September: Tonight — Board of Education meeting 8 o'clock, budget hearing at 7 o'clock; Sept. 10—Galva Unit Teachers Association meeting at F.U. White School at 3:30 p.m. Schools dismissed approximately 2:45 p.m. Blackhawk Conference meeting at Wethersfield at 8 p.m. 12, band instrument display at F.U. White School, 4-6 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m.; 13, varsity football at Bradford at 8 p.m. 16, frosh-soph. football, Bradford here at 6:45 p.m.; Western University extension class on mathematics starts at Junior High School at 5 p.m. 19, cross-c o u n t r y, Princeton here at 4 p.m.; 20, varsity football, Elmwood here at 8 p.m.; 23, frosh-soph. football at Elmwood at 6:45 p.m. 24, all school pictures at elementary grades; 25, end of first attendance month, FFA officers training school at Annawan; 26, cross-country at Kewanee at 4 p.m.; 27, varsity football at Manlius at 8 p.m. American Indian Day; 28, meeting of lunch room managers at Elgin; 30, meeting of Band Boosters Club at 7 p.m. at F.U. White School. Movie Calendar MONDAY, IEM. • OHPHEUM: "Don't Give Up the Ship," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:18 p. m.: "Rock a 6ye Baby." 3:587 6:20 and 0:40 p. m. WESft "Corridors of Blood," 1:45. 4:55 and 8:05 p. m.; "Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory," 2:30, 6:40 and 9:50 p. m. DRIVE IN: "Advise and Consent," 7:45: "Days of Wine and Roses," 10:15. One complete showing nightly. Circles to Convene Meeting places of the circles of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church of Galva were announced to be held Sept. 12 in the following homes: Esther, Mrs. Hannah Olson; Martha, Mrs. J. A. Hall; Mary, Mrs. C. C. Kendall, 1 p.m. potluck and Ruth, Mrs. Duaine Clark. OFFER LIONS CUP—Officials of Lions Club inspect silver Swedish cup won by club District 1 -H for starting the largest number of new clubs last year. On display at the district officers training school Sunday in Kewanee, the cup was donated by Lions Clubs of Sweden to Illinois Lions for recognition among clubs. From left are William Richardson and Harold C. Weaver, of Galcsburg, past Lions International director and past district governor, respectively, and George Crozier of Galva, past district governor. HOSPITAL NOTES Attend Lions School George Crozier, Earle Nelson, Duaine Clark, Russell Alderman and Morris Johnstone attended the Lions Club District 1-H officers school in the Hotel Kewanee Sunday. Yates City won first prize for the third straight year, for having the most officers present. Kewanee was second and Creve Coeur third. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE (Playoffs) Saturday's Results Syracuse 4, Indianapolis 3 (11 Innings) Atlanta 5, Toronto 2 Sunday's Results Indianapolis 6, Syracuse 5 (11 Innings; Indianapolis wins best-of- seven series 4-1) Atlanta 5, Toronto 3 (Atlanta wins best-of-seven series 4-0) The Black Hills PASSION PLAY Sept. 29 & 30 Sunday Matinee at 2:30 p.m. Evenings — 8:00 p.m. Prices $1.60 . $2.20 - $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY — 12:45 p.m. Prices 75c Call or write for tickets Galesburg Register-Mail 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 St. Mary's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Mrs. Joseph Moya, 1727 Brown Fred J. Brown, Harvey Nursing Home. Charles Hale, Galesburg. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Mrs. Mary E. Bridger, 731 N. Sem inary St. Ira L. Carter, 9fl N. Arthur Ave. Mrs. Eldon D. Ehnle, Wyoming. Ann Marie Fritzel, 409 W. Second St. David J. Godsil, 712 S. West St. Patrick G. Gray, 794 N. Academy St. Robert R. Hart Sr., 478 W. South St. Buell A. Mack, Berwick. Mrs. Willard A. Moore 191 Maple Ave. Edward J. Myers, Abingdon. Mrs. Mary A. McCullum, Abingdon. Mrs. Leone Peterson, 169 Sumner St. Roland G. Potts, 1276 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Russell Stacker, Cameron. Frank L. Taylor, 347 N. Prairie St. Karen L. Vinson, Galesburg. Jerry D. William, 58 N. Whitesboro St. Miss Connie Wilson, Berwick. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Roland D. Hall, Maquon. Mrs. Forrest Wills, 2400 Grand Ave. Ricky Spencer, 1055 Lancaster St. Stanley G. Pumfrey, DeLong. Mrs. Milton M. Stegall, Abingdon. Mrs. Harold L. Allen, Wataga. Roy Rewland, 27 Chestnut St. Mrs. Mable Haley, 1042 W. Berrien St. James Barringer, 85 S. Cherry St. Mrs. Arthur L. Price, 497 Burgland Ave. Oscar F. Peterson, 708 N. Cedar St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Ileen Allen, Maquon. Joe .1. Holt, 191 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Mary A. Quimby, 140 W. First St. Mrs. Mary A. Quimby. 140 W. First St. Mrs. Ted Smith, 594 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Georgia Verigan, 585 E. Second St. Mrs. Mae Zessin, 736 N. Prairie St. Viola Club Plans For Neiv Year VIOLA — The Viola Fortnightly Club will open its club year Sept. 24, with a morning visiit at the Rock Island Crippled Childrens and Adults Foundation and a noon luncheon at the Rock Island YWCA. Other newly • elected officers include, vice president, Mrs. Manly Richardson; secretary, RIB SHACK North on Rout* ISO Rlbt, Beei. Chicken, F r 1 • d Chickan. Shrimp, PUi«, Sandwich«i. Air Conditioned Tor carry out larvica Call 342-2413 Open Dally at t P .M. FARM A HOME SHOW TODAY 12:30 P M Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Cluster P. Lentz, 1363 W. Losey St. A. L. Melvany, Sheltering Arms Nursing Home. Archie Gunther, 734 Florence Ave. Edward J. Cough, 1230 Maple Ave. Godfrey Tapper, 822 W. North St. Thadus Churchill, 241 Circle Dr. Mrs. Barbara E. Conner, Abingdon. Mrs. Ruby L. Gagg, 2060 Baird Ave. Vicki L. Hillier, 548 N. Henderson St. Mrs. Bertha Webber, Knoxville. Mrs. Joyce L. Garrison, 181 Sumner St. Mrs. Rena Haws, 1547 N. Broad St. Mrs. Isal A. Larson, Knoxville. Mrs. Marilyn A. Etzel, 1887 Robertson Ave. Jerry A. Brown, Bushnell. Brian D. Curry, 495 Oak St. Mrs. Mary I. Luallen, Wyoming. Mark L. Leafgreen, Rio. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Kristal Ann Frye, Vermont. Marcel C. Johnson, 590 Burgland Ave. George C. Bigham, 1171 N. West St. Donald E. Keith, 708 N. Cedar St. Robin R. Green, ,/illiamsfieId. Arthur Widmer, Maqpon. Mrs. Doris D. Ginthcr, 904 N. Jefferson St. Emery E. Billinger, Alexis. Mrs. Frances Fuller, 1148 E. Main St. Mrs. Ethel Mae Scribblns, 1373 N. Cherry St. Forrest W. Hunnicutt, 434 Day St. Lyle E. Roffey, Elmwood. Rebecca A. Kinney. 1256 Clark St. Mrs. Doris E. Carlson, 1027 Lyman St. Raymond C. Emken, Maquon. Emmett Curry 226 Michigan Ave. James F. Likes, Galva ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Amy E. Duke, 170 Cedar Ave. David C. Johnson, Neenah, Wis. Mrs. Adda P. Kjellander, 197 Walnut Ave. Mrs. Astrid L. Barton, 448 E. Grove St. Mrs. Gloria K. Frakeo, 1731 Rock Island Ave. Mrs. Flossie M. Bevard, 177 N. Chambers St. Miss Marjorie L. Kinney, 96 Maple Ave. Mrs. Betty L. Rausche, 411 Monroe St. Stephen C. Cobb, 1360 E. Fremont St. Mrs. Dorothy J. Wilson, Abingdon. Mrs. Edith L. LaFoUette, DeLong. Mrs. Geneva V. Lundeen, Wataga. Mrs. Donna J. Grady, 1524 Conger St. Mrs. Louise E. Swedenberg, 1353 E. Losey St. James A. Taylor, Knoxville. Mrs. Bessie E. Ferrill, Dunlap. Mrs. Margaret L. Burgess, 1434 N. West St. Daniel H. Reed, 895 Olive St. Lyle D. Gould, 1732 Brown Ave. Mrs. Dorothy L. Olson. Maquon. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Burley Foutch, 1143 E. Grove St. Stephen Wayne Morris. 228 Hawk- Inson Ave. Frank S. Stewart, Princeville. Mrs. Margelise E. Jeffries, Cambridge. Mrs. Helen K. Johnson, Woodhull. Clyde R. Bock, Oneida. Janus C. Dillon Jr., 190 S. Academy St. Mrs. Mabelle V. Lindbeck. 549 Lawrence Ave. Peter B. Nelson, Altona. Brian D. Curry, 495 Oak St. Mrs. Beverly A. Daley, Cameron. Hits High in Hog Auction At Community Festival Mrs. Mervin Stoner, and treasurer, Mrs. Otis Mack. They were chosen at the spring business meeting and will be installed at the September meeting. OPENING TONIGHT The Pat Booth Quartet featuring Jodi Jenkins, vocalist By LEO SULLIVAN BUSHNELL — The cham* pion hog in the show at the Bushnell Town and Coun* try Festival drew a high bid of 50 cents a pound at Sat* urday's auction conducted in East Side Park. This matched the price paid for the champion porker in the 1962 auction, but it was bettered twice in later bidding. A 12 -year -old rural Bushnell boy, Richard Weber, saw his 221- pound Poland China hog hit the auction's high price when the Ludlum Food Market and Ball Chevrolet Co., bidding jointly, moved up to the $56 per hundredweight figure and pay $123.76 for the hog which placed fourth in the mediumweight class. Young Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weber of Bushnell, Route 1, is a student at McArthur School. Second sale animal to exceed the price paid for the champion was a 235 -pound Hampshire exhibited by Marshall Brewbaker, pre-school age son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brewbaker of Macomb. The Glash Drug Store of Bushnell bid 53 cents a pound and paid $124.55 for this hog, which was No. 7 in the heavyweight ratings. Exhibits Champ A 17-year-old Pleasant Plains youth, who is a senior at Ashland High School, had the festival hog show's champion entry, a 235- pound Hampshire. The $50 per hundredweight bid was made by Parker Motor Sales of Bushnell, with $117.50 as the purchase price. The Sangamon County exhibitor collected a total of $342.50, since he rated $25 as first place winner in the heavyweight class and the $200 cash award for championship before his entry went on the auction block. The sale price of the reserve championship entry, $30 per hundredweight, was $9 below the top bid for the runnerup in last year 's auction. Bud Marzolf of Nauvoo, a 40-year-old farmer, exhibited a 201-pound Poland China hog to the reserve championship. The $30 bid was made by James Cook, with $60.30 as the purchase cost. Marzolf, who farms at the edge of Nauvoo, also collected $25 for first place in the lightweight class and $100 for the reserve champion. The $30 figure for the reserve champion was bettered in four subsequent sales and matched twice. Up for auction Saturday night were the 10 winners in each of the three weight classes. Beat Prevailing Market The other 48 entries in the show went on the local market, with a premium over the prevailing market price. In addition to the $25 first prize in each division, second place was worth $20, third place $15, while an award of $10 each was made for 4th through 10th ratings. As each entry was sold Satur day evening, Miss Gaye Mikesell, 1963 festival queen, presented the owner with the ribbon and cash award merited in the judging The 30 hogs in the sale brought a total of $1,904.73, for an average of $63.49. The price paid for the first-place entry in the me­ diumweight class, $25, was $2 lower than the similar bid in the 1962 auction. Complete sale results, in the order of rating in each weight class, with the owner's name nnd address, weight of the animal, bid per hundredweight, purchaser and total price, included: Lightweight—Buz Marzolf, Nauvoo, 201, $30, Jamej Cook. $60.30; Polly Coursey, St. Augustine, 207 , 21, Bushnell Stockyards, 43.47; Kenneth Ort. Nauvoo 205, 20, M & B Furniture, 41; Dale Tucker, New London, Iowa, 205, 20, Farmers and Merchants Bank, 41; Pete Hamman, Nauvoo, 105, 20, Colchester Sales, 39; J. R. Beatty, Avon, 200, 32, M & B Furniture and Clash Drug Store, 64; Nancy Beatty, Avon, 200, 32.50, McClelland and Wiest Veterinarians, 65; Bill Hodges, Macomb, 190, 28. M & B Furniture, 53.20; Goodin Bros., Vermont, 205, 23. Colchester Sales, 47.15; Darsy Kessler, Bushnell. 202, 28, Snyder and Emmons, 56.53. Mediumweight — Jerry Williamson, London Mills, 213 25, Farmers and Merchants Bank, 53.25; George Coursey, St. Augustine, 214, 24, Lowell Buck, auctioneer, 51.36; Eddie Hymes, Jacksonville, 220 , 27, Ludlum Food Market, 59.40; Richard Weber, Bushnell, 221, 56, Ludlum Food Market and Ball Chevrolet Co., 123.76; Floyd Rahn, Nauvoo, 221, 21, Bonnett Feed and Grain Co.. 46.62; William Tucker, New London, Iowa, 212, 20, Ken Wolf Agency, 42.40; Martha Beatty, Avon, 222, 30. Jack Gordon Agency. ~ " Vermont, BUSHNELI Com*pon4«ni >Mrt. Barnard BrlllMri 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 3 L Ik 1 HI -JhlL RESERVE CHAMPION—A 201-pound Poland China hog, exhibited by Bud Marzolf of Nauvoo, was reserve champion of the Bushnell show. Pictured with the runnerup is Waldo Hamman of Nauvoo. CHAMPION—Marty La thorn of Pleasant Plains is shown with his 235-pound Hampshire, winner of championship in the hog show at the Bushnell Town and Country Festival. 66.60; Gordon Goodin 215. 28, Ball Chevrolet Co., 60 20 Virg. Ault, Roseville, 225, 25, Sny Public Fish Fry SEPTEMBER 15,1963 2Vz miles NW of Abingdon 11 A.M. - ? FISH or CHICKEN Adults $1.50 Children 75c Sponsored by ABINGDON AMERICAN LEGION POST 381 der-Emmons Co., 56.25; Sloan Aten, Sciota, 227, 26, Colchester Sales, 59.02. Heavyweight — Marty Lathom, Pleasant Plains,' 235, 50, Parker Motor Sales, 117.50; Darrell Tucker, New London, Iowa, 240, 23, Barney Phillips, 55.20; Janice Brewbaker, Macomb, 240, 45, Wayne Perrine Insurance Agency. 108; Leon Bagley, Adair, 230, 33, Walnut Grove Feeds, 75.00; A. W. Coursey, St. Augustine, 236 , 20, Jones Implement Co., 47.20; Keith Abbadusky, Ellisville, 240, 22, Jones Implement Co., 52.80; Marshall Brewbaker, Macomb, 235, 53, Glash Drug Store, 124.55; Charles Beatty, Avon, 230, 30, Bonnett Feed and Grain Co., 69; George Auit, Roseville, 231, 24, Lyle Webb Implement Co., 55.44; Kent and Charlotte Yoeman, Avon, 240, 29, Harris & Scholes, 69.60. Soapbox Derby Held Winner of the festival soapbox derby under direction of Leo F. Bricker was Tommy Haulk of Macomb. Haulk won the fourth and final race and was given a special award trophy for the fastest heat. Winning second was Christine Rugh of Coal Valley. Third was Ann Adams of Moline. A race was held with four girls and the winner was Miss Rugh. George Bucher, president of the Lions Club, won over J. C. Shanklin, president of Rotary, In two heats in the oil can race. The Rotary Club served as judges and timers. Conduct Water Fight A water fight was held Saturday evening, with the following fire departments participating: Fairview "Flunkies," Prairie City "Barrel Spinners," Prairie City "Plowboys," Abingdon "Ducks," Vermont "Miners," Good Hope "Little Squirts," Industry "Pin- hookers" and Bushnell "Sandbaggers." The winner was the Prairie City "Barrel Spinners," with Industry "Pinhookers" coming in second. Saturday evening's entertainment was a pork chop revue, featuring trained pigs from California, and the three J's from Decatur, comprised of Darlene, Bob and Kay Jacobs, who presented some musical numbers. A street dance closed the fall festival for 1963. READ THE WANT ADS! News Notes Of Woodhull WOODHULL — Airman 2.C. James Kroeger left with his family Monday for Shaw Air Force Base, S. C, following a 3-week furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kroeger in Alpha and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Munson and family, Woodhull. Kroeger recently returned from service in Turkey. Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Kapple and family of Piano, spent a weekend in the homes of their parents, Mrs. Florence Kapple and Mr. and Mrs. John DeRew. A. Ed Johnson has returned lo hLs home from the Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, where he was a patient tw.i weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Palm and Chris left Sunday for their home in Galena, following a week's vacation visit at the Mrs. Anona Palm and H. P. Shroyer homes. Stuart Kent Lindscy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rollancl Lindsey, has left for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., for military training, Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Bell accompanied Miss Edna Fay of Columbus, Ohio, to Decatur Monday to visit her sister, Bell Faye, there, and to visit Mrs. Erma Fahen- stock, former Woodhull resident at Springfield. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Saturday's Results Salt Lake City 3-1, San Diego 2-2 Denver 12, Hawaii 6 Oklahoma City 7, Dallas -Fort Worth 1 Taeoma 2, Portland 1 Spokane 7, Seattle 6 Sunday's Results Portland 2-0, Taeoma 0-3 Spokane 3-7, Seattle 2-2 Denver 7-5, Hawaii 6-6 San Diego 5, Salt Lake City 3 Dailas-Fort Worth 44, Oklahoma City 3-6 IMG THOSE PAJAMAS!—Jerry Lewis and Diana Spencer arc shown in n scene from "Don't Give L'p The Ship" now at the Orpheum Theater. Richter Kin Hold Reunion PRAIRIE CITY—A reunion for the relatives of the late Albert and Ella Richter was iield in Prairie City Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson and Brenda of Marietta; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bevcns, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Foster and family, Bushnell; Mrs. James Kenneth and family, Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crandall and family, East Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Hensley and family, Dahinda, and William Bevens, Davenport. Next year's reunion will be held at the same place. READ THE WANT ADS I COMTORTAIlt COOL OPEN ms NOW Showing! FAB-U-LEWIS fun festival for the whole ~f». 5JP11W Ship ROCK-A- BABY in »Mour A MRAMOUMI Bride-elect Is Honored PRAIRIE CITY - Mrs. Alart Curtis entertained in her home Wednesday afternoon with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Teresa Phillips who is to be married to Larry Starbuck thi.l weekend. The gifts were placed on a table decorated with lavender candles and white bells. Each guest had been requested to bring a favorite re:ipe which was placed in a recipe file. Several games were played and those receiving prizes presented them to the bride- elect. Present were Mrs. Mary Jane Burhen and Mary Ann, Mrs. Nora Km/an. Mrs. Lona Mings, Mrs. Pat Price, Mrs. Floyd Starhuck of Bardolph. Mrs C. I). Rone, Mrs. Roland F'unklc, Mrs. Tom Mtiir, Mrs. Jim Cox, Mrs. Evelyn Rankin, Mrs. Dorothy Hughbanks and Mrs. Edna Kreider. Leaves Hospital SEATON - Donald Hays returned to his home here Tuesday after being a patient in the Cottage Hospital in Galesburg for the past 10 days. He had surgery on his knee. FREDERICK I BRtSSON ProtuetM* E®eRCisel AIR CONDITIONED Show Starts 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE THEATRE nUff 7 P.M. Show at Dusk jacKiemmon leeRemicK "oars of wine anoROses" Shown at: 10:15 CO-FEATURE at 7:45 with Henry FONDA • Don MURRAY Charles LAUGIITON SOON SOON DAYS OF FLAMING ACTION! DAYS OF TITANIC ADVENTURE! DAYS OF EXOTIC PASSIONS! SUPER TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR 1 NOW! COMFOSTASVT COOL ^PEN 1:15 NOW! FIENDISH FEATUKES IN A NEW HORROR SHOW I NERVO-RAMA LMOW MUCH SHOCK CAN YOU STAND? UNtJfcLievAfclL t i »»l"'U(l J„ „ „,„ , m ,„ mj , BOTH ALL. NEW I SB*"* : .-GIRLS B f DORWIfW* rTHE GHOUL IN SCHOOL) •.NEWEST.-.MOST FRIGHTENING ROLE! J FOR PEOPLE WITH NERVES OF IRON ONLY!!! u. - -

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