Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 9, 1963 · Page 9
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BAND MARCHES—The Elmwood High School band provided the music and beat for the other marchers in the parade for the Elmwood Fall Festival held Saturday. With the camera placed on the ground, this is how a ground squirrel may view the proceed* ings if one were to poke his head above the ground to see what the music is all about. (Register-Mail photo by Phil Turncy.) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SPONSORS FLOAT —The Presbyterian Church of Yates City sponsored this float in the Elmwood Fall Festival parade Saturday. This picture was taken just before the parade got under wny nnd the luo members of Ihc tabuonu contemplated their roles. AMERICAN SOFTBALL ASSOCIATION lly United Press Inlcrnnlion.il Springfield, Mo., 5 Cedar Rapids Iowa, 0 St. Paul, Minn., 11 Minneapolis, Minn., 0 Merced, Calif., 4 San Francisco, Calif., 0 Birmingham, Ala., 4 Miami, Fla. I Canton, N.C., 4 Calhoun, Ga., 0 GOOD SHIP LOLLIPOP SAILS AGAIN — This was one of the entries in the children's division of the Elmwood Fall Festival. Entitled "Good Ship Lollipop" the skipper (standing) is Mary Huntington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chestnut of Yates City. The two "seamen" are Helen Rittcnhouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Rittcnhouse, and Susan Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner, all of Yates City. Mor«CorofortWearing FALSE TEETH Here Is a pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. FASTEETH, an Improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower plates holds them firmer so that they feel more comfortable. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (nonacid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor breath". Get FASTEETH today st drug counters everywhere. Only once is U.S. history did the presidential cabinet remain unchanged for the full four years: Franklin Pierce's term. Fort Laurens was the only fort erected in Ohio during the Amer ican Revolution. It is near Boli var, Ohio. MODERN WOODMEN ENTER FLOAT — This float was entered Saturday in the Elmwood Fall Festival by the Modern Woodmen of America. Eight children rode the float to help add a youthful touch to the celebration. This particular float was entitled "We Love Children." Graduates Aim for Higher Learning Qalesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 9 DRY CLEANING SPECIAL COATS and JACKETS $ for BLANKETS - Any 24.00 NO LIMIT — CASH & CARRY Good Until Friday 4 The CLEANERS DRIVE-IN SERVICE NEW LOCATION — 262 N. PRAIRIE ST. TOULON—Members of the 1963 graduating class from Toulon High School who plan to further their education are: Patric Holmes, University of Illinois; Bill Nicholson, Eureka; Ginger lies and Tom Pitzer, Western Illinois University; Cheryl Standard and Ardene Ballentine, Normal University; Suzanne Ublauer and Drinda Booker, Bradley University; Barry Warren, Elmhurst College; Steve Sams, Illinois Wesleyan; Ernie Schmidt, Pillsbury College at Owatonna, Minn Sharon Lewis, Kewanee Public Hospital School of X-Ray Technol­ ogy; Anne Shearer, Drake University, Iowa; Nan Jackson, Monmouth College; Claudius Webster, Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa; Mike Dunn, Donald Keckler, Marilyn Smith and Florence Allen, Brown's Business College, Gales- burg; Sandra Reed, Canton Junior College; Connie Young, National College of Education, Evanston, and Scott Meyers, McMurray College, Jacksonville. Dan Reed another graduate joined the Marines. DR. L. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 339 E Main Houni A.M. to 6 P.M. Frldayi: 9 A.M. lo 8:30 P.M. Wadnaidny't Til Noon. 343-0317 or 342-3017 McGahey Kin HoU Reunion The first John McGahey reunion was held Sunday at the home of John McGahey Jr., 99 Madisofl St. During games, prizes were won* by Michael McNiel, Dutch Zeltner, Brad MoGahey and Gloria rlil- licr. Door prizes were won by Pam Lletsch and Gene Gibson. Brenda McGahey was the youngest, member present. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John McGahey Sr., Sam and Shirley Edwards, Jay McGahey, William, Birdie, Penny, Patty, Pam and Peggy Lietsch, George, Clarcey and Michael McNiel, Howard, Doris, John, Gloria, Polly nnd ft. J. Hillier, Freddie. Jone and Brenda McGahey, Herbert, Patsy, Jackie. Jodie, Jill, Patrick and Dutch Zeltner, Bette, Jame3, Konny and John Smith, Gene, Mary and Jeffrey Gibson, John Jean, Hick, Brad and Janet McGahey. The 1964 reunion will be held at the home of Howard Hillier. M. F. Chapman, American mining engineer, trapped It chinchillas in Chile, took them to California in 11123. and started chinchilla farming in the nation. WHEN YOU'RE OUT NXSHOP MAKE A COFFEE STOP AT SCANDIA BAKERY & LUNCH Leland M. Smith INSURANCE Room 435, Bank of Galesburg Bldg. 'tul<p<*Jni Phone 342-4412 Prairie City Club Plans Trip to Park PRAIRIE CITY — The PraMe City Woman's Club held its first meeting of the season Sept. 3 in the home of Mrs. Woodrow Spurgeon. Each member answered roll call telling something pertaining to the work department she represents. Program chairman, Mrs. Madeline Childers, gave a resume of the programs which have been planned for the year. Mrs. Esther Dunavin sang a solo after which the birthday song was sung for Mrs. Faye Orwig, whose birthday was that day. For the October meeting a trip has been planned to visit the New Salem State Park. . Reunion Held The Waters family reunion.was held Sunday at the Siloam Park near Quiney and those attending from this community included Mrs. Myra Hunter and the Ja- rorr- Lawson family, St. Augustine; the Williard Hunter and Lloyd Hunter families, Avon; Miles McGrew family, Walnut Grove, and Mrs. Nola Waters, Bushnell. Now! HFC offers Larger Loans to more people SMALL LOANS UP TO s 800 with up to 24 months to repay When you need money—to cover an emergency trip, overdue bills, an unexpected call for cash, or for any good purpose—see the understanding folks at HFC With 85 years of experience in helping famflies like yours, Household Finance can provide the right type of loan to suit your exact money need. It pays to do business with people you can trust. Borrow with confidence at HFC. LARGE LOANS $ 850 TO $ 5000 with up to 60 months to repay With the new Illinois Instalment Loan law in effect, H FC is now making larger loans available to more people than ever before. 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