Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 12, 1963
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GALVA 324 Mftifi St C6rresp6fidetit Prion* m 2-2658 Geneseoaii Tells Operation of Municipal Swimming Pool GALVA—Dr. G. W. Zimmerman of Geneseo was the speaker at the meeting of the Galva Lions Club Wednesday night in the Gaiva LeClaire Hotel. He was introduced by Joe Griggs, and spoke on the organizing, construction and operation of the municipal swimming pool at Geneseo. John H. Murcheson was named chairman of replacing of street signs that have been broken and weathered. Harold Nordstrom reported on the progress of the minstrel show to be sponsored by the club at the Galva Theater in November. The club voted to hold a candy sale in conjunction with the other Lions of Illinois. James White reported on the progress of the Sale of Galva High School football tickets and arrangements for the crowning of the football queett to be held at halftime of the Gdlva-Eltri- Movie Calendar . THURSDAY,,SEPT. it ORPHEUMt "Don't Give,. Up \hp Ship," 1:30. 4:80 *nd- 8:15; "Rock a Bye Baby " 2:55, 6:20 and .940. WEST: "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; "Zotz," 7:40; "Tammy and,the Doctor.'VOiM. One complete showing nightly. READ THE WANT ADS! FRIDAY NIGHT CATFISH DINNER Potato salad, tomatoes, £ 1 25 slaw, garlic bread I EVERY FRIDAY Bowlers Inn Kitchen Open 'Til II P.M. wood football game Sept. 20. Monday and Thursday nights were picked as nights to work on the float for the queen crowning. Russell Alderman was named chairman to make arrangements for a dance at the Hub Ballroom in Edelstein. Guests at the meeting included Dr. W. E. Frymire, Roy Holding, Leland N, Beardsley and Jerry Scott, of Galva. Art Work Reviewed Art was discussed at the first meeting of the LMI Club for the year. Mrs. Dorothy Stephenson, art instructor of the Galva schools, was the" speaker. Her talk was illustrated with pictures and paintings. Hostesses included Mrs Allegra Youngberg, Mrs. D a 1 < Anderson and Miss Aldora Austin Reports on Trip The Gleaners Class of the First Methodist Church met in the home of Mrs. Walter Christianson Wednesday. The program was by Mrs. Clara Anderson, who told of her trip to California. Hostesses included Mrs. Clyde Stewart, Mrs. Mary Jane Atkinson and Miss Jennie Sayle. To Exchange Vows Wedding ..vows will be spoken by Miss Connie Wheelhouse of Galva and Lowell K. Thuline of Galva Sept. 22 at 2 p.m. in the First Methodist Church in Galva. All friends and relatives of the couple were invited to attend the wedding and reception in the church following the ceremony. FUR etonomy-mmdeef TRAVELERS /"CHICAGO Famous for Good Food Write for Folder No. 2, m - THE DONNA REED SHOW TONIGHT ON CHANNEL 8 f*abcf§ 7:00 PM IT'S GREAT ON 8 MOLtHE ILLINOIS THE Custer Inn Hotel WILL BE SERVING Candlelight BUFFET DINNER gvery Sat. Evening PER PERSON From 5 P.M. Until 9 P.M." Bishop RECALLS GREAT GRANDFATHER'S WORK—Michael Nordstrom will sltig a solo, "ToJIing Through the Years," at the Bishop HIM Reunion Saturday. Here he is looking at the clock built by his great grandfather, Lars Sodcrquist, for the Bishop Hill Steeple Building. This same song was sung by Nordstrom's father in the Bishop Hill Centennial in 1946. Henry Board Approves Tax Levies CAMBRIDGE - The Hetiry County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved the town levies which include general town, gkn eral assistance, library' community building and retirement. The following totals were approved: Oxford, $8,000; Clover, $10,450; Weller, $5,975; Galva, $28,555; Wethersfield, $44,343; Lynn, $7,410; Andover, $6,800; Cambridge. $19,440; Burns, $3,000; Kewanee, $119,250; Western, $14,280; Osco, $7,300; MunsOn, $7,400; Cornwall, $6,200; Annawan, $12,613; Colona, $9,850; Edford, $4;200; Geneseo, $25,000; Atkinson, $12,800; Alba, $5,627; Hanna, $3,350; Phenix, $4,665; Loraine. $3,860; and Yorktown, $9,975. The town road and bridge levies for various townships in Henry County were also approved. They ate listed as levy road fund, joint bridge fund with the county, and equipment and buildings—Oxford, $110,200, $3,500; Clover, $14,800 rate road fund .33 and no joint bridge; Weller, $14,110, $3,000; Galva, $15,550 and $4,650 for equipment and buildings; Wethersfield, $15,450 and $6,500; Lynn, $8,300 and $5,000; Andover, $13,000 and $2,800; Cambridge, $14,500 and $4,500; Burns, $7,500 and $3,500: Kewanee, $51,000 and $7,000; Western, $21,200 and none; Osco, $9,980 and none; Munson, $23,000 and $2,500; Cornwall, $24,000 and $3,000; Annawan, $14,000 and $6,000; Colona, $9,000 and none; Edford, $5,600 and $2,000; Geneseo, $25,700 and none; Atkinson, $8,900 and none; Alba, $6,500 and $2,000; Hanna, $6,000 and none; Phenix, $5,500 and none: Loraine, $3,700 and none; Yorktown, $5,800 and none. The Board approved the Certificates of Levy for road improvements and bridge construe- FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. RIB SHACK Npilh on Rout* ISO Hibi, Beef, Chicken. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pizza, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out lervice Call 342-2413 Open Pally at 5 P.M. GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSION Beautiful Scenic Mississippi SUNPAY 2-8 (P.S.T.) Charters any time. Call Evenl«a» and weekends BURLINQTPH—PLAZA 2-2925 MUSIC MENU "RIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it," Everett's Top VVATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back ^gato HIE PRAJRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8 :30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:38 to 1 A.M. Ho disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window Tours, dinner, a concert, a dfa'rice aricf a variety show will highlight tnfe 117tK Annual Reunion of the Bishop Mill Old Settlers Saturday. The day's activities will begin with registration at the old Steeple Building. Thert guides will take tours around the various historical buildings, including the Steeple Building. This edifice is being repaired and repainted under the supervision of the Heritage Association. The Galva High School Band Under the direction of Leonard A. Smith will present a concert beginning at 1 p. m. to initiate the afternoon program. The concert will be held in the Bishop Hill State Park. Harold F. Nordstrom, president of the Old Settlers Association, will formally call the afternoon session to order after the concert, approximately 1:45 p. m. ReV. Robert Holmes, pastor of the Bishop Hill Community Methodist ChUrch, will give the invocation, and Harold F. Nordstrom will deliver the fiddress of welcome. Rev. Jones to Give Talk Rev. Donald Jones, pastor of the Petersburg Oakford Methodist ram for Saturday SING SWEDISH SONG — Mrs. A. Gunna Berg .left, and Mrs. John A. Obcrg will sing a duct in Swedish, "Hclsa Dcm Dar Hcmma," Saturday for the Old Settlers Day program. They arc dressed in authentic Swedish costumes for the event. HOSPITAL NOTES Collage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY. Daniel G. Mackic, Williamsfield. Robert L. Hauswald, 9G Garfield Ave. Tracy R. Say lor, Altona. Mrs. Maude. M. Roberts, New Windsor. , . , „. Monya Sue Wade, 106 Third St.. Mrs. Edith D. Young, Knoxvllle. W. Edward Bozirmn. Abingdon. Christine L. Wong, Knoxvillc. Robin E. Rov, Berwick. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Steven G. Clewell, East Galesburg. Floyd V. Gustafson, Dahinda..Mrs.. Gertrude E. Colburn, 202 N. Arthur Ave. Mrs, k, June Miles and baby, Galesburg Route 2. Renee h. Haradon, LaFnyetto. . Mrs. Joe Rac Runge, 325 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Mae E. Turner, 213 N. West St. Mark I-.. Lcafgrcen, lilo. Kanciy, Lynn.Stull, Monmouth. Mrs. Bessie E. Ferrill, Dunlap. Mrs. Nancy M. Hunter, 1271 Nelson Ave. lion for maintenance and oiling of the roads. The ones with a .1(15 levy are Oxford, Lynn, and. Phenix; .167, Andover, Cambridge, Bums, Osco, Munson, Cornwall, Atkinson, Hanna, Loraine and Yorktown; .125 are Galva and Colona; .132, Edford; .100, Wethersfield; .130, Annawan and .070 to Geneseo. The amount to be extended for purpose of paying principal and interest on bonds are: Clover, $6,462.50; Lynn, $4,270; Andover, $5,485; Kewanee, $11,575; Osco, $4,752; Munson, $5,290; Edford, $5,100; Alba, $6,405 and Phenix, $11,687.50. READ THE WANT ADS I St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Eugene Ryan, 275 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Richard D. Newman, 390 W. Tompkins St. * Lawrence T. Clark, 1262 Ridge ' Ave. Mrs. Amanda Farrcll, 1424 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Olive A. White. 81 Aliens. Warren Ray, 376 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Leo A. Bowers, 1092 S. Chambers St. Carl E. Reichcneker. Prineeville. Rachelle A. Jones, Khoxville. Mrs. Phillip G. Johnston, 1791 McMasters Ave. , Mrs. Clarence O. Taylor, 418 W. Tompkins St. John P. Suydani, Abingdon. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Roy B. Allen, Wnlaga. James A. Barringer, 85 S. Cherry St. Mrs. Othello Carroll, 550 E. North St. Mrs. Lottie A. Everetts, DcLong. Mrs. Leo H. Fitch, 974 S. Cedar St. Mrs. James C. Godsil, 1268 Nelson Ave. Mrs. Joseph Moya, 1727 Brown Ave. Mrs. James E. dinger, 126 Lincoln St. Mrs. Milton M. Stegall, Abingdon. Byron J. Stone. 1319 N. Broad St. Oscar A. Strand, Oneida. OHie Thiewy,-371 S. Prairie St. Mrs. Forrest G. Wills, 2400 Grand Ave. DANCE TO GEORGE SHAYSE S-PC. BAND Frpm Cuba, JU. SATURDAY, Sept. 14—9 Jo 12 At POWELL'S PAVILION Coma and have a good lima! OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 dUi««ml wlad*. 3 different meat*, vegetables and relishes, iifh on Friday. Serving continuously from II A.M. to 8 P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday Call 343-9440 413 N. Seminary Williamsfielil 4-H Club Picks Officers WILLIAMSFIELD - The local Livestock 4 -H Club met Monday in the Fred Quick pasture. Officers elected were: President, John Quick; vice president, Don Doubet; secretary-treasurer, Milton Spencer; reporter, Brad Olson; recreation chairmen, Billy Machin, Kenny Flickingei* and Ruby Spencer and program chairman, Harriet Coe. New piembers are Wayne Herrman and Patty Machin. jtt. 4 »M oftbptf *™ Rev. Donald Jones Church, will deliver the afternoon address entitled "Out of th6 New Toulon Fire Truck Delivered TOULON—tfhe Toulon Volunteer Fire Department's new fire truck wa"s delivered during the past week by Alexrs Fire Fighting Equipment Co. The truck chassis' was purchased last spring from Settles Motor Sales in Toulon and the Alexis firm has installed the body and equipment. The truck has a 500-gallon per minute front-mounted pump and a midship high pressure pump. It also can carry 1,00 gallons df water. The equipment incltfdes a 1,500 watt light plant. It wrll carry 1,800 feet of hose and will throw seven streams of water at once if needed. The old white truck will now be used as standby. It had been used as a rural call truck. It is now being painted red by the Alexis Co. Turtle $ 1.00 Fish $ 1.25 Steak *2.00 Chicken in the Basket—89c NEW HOURS: Tucs., Wed. & Thuis. 6 P.M. to 11 P.M. Fri. & Sat. — 5 P.M. to 12 P.M. MIDWAY TAP 2140 E. MAIN ST. Uncle Joe Shragal, Prop. THEATRE W Rt. 34 West • Open 7:00 • Show at Dusk SANDRA DEE PETER FONDA In a ROSS HUNTER production T AMMY and the DOCTOR In EASTMAN COLOR with MACDONALD CAREY 'TAMMY" at _--9:20 "ZOTZ" at 7:40 MAGIC VN /ORtf COMING SUNDAY "Gunfight at O.K. Corral" "Last Train from Gun Hill" JT5.TIME FOR The @cfeerfe laughftjime of a Lifetime! .•=S-v MYRON i -r^lMcGORMlCK fPP ^HlTlpAHIN^ERffN' UtOT-JJIt BROS. 1^ RJNNIERTHAKTHE PtAYl HAPPIER.THAHTHE BOOK! ^ ^ AIR CONDITIONED - SHOW STARTS 7:30 ADULTS 60c CHILDREN 25c EARL. THEATRE - Knoxville 4 pTst." tffe player and be1» HoH will Me Hveft fry ftetf. Start- ley Rftppv fWfttefc of the Little York Methodist Church. The tours will resume^ after.,the program. At the fire station 1 , "old settlers" will gfo8 dtMA- strattbfft ' b« bfoilm msking. Spinning e &Wfflg imd 9 display | Of Bishop Mill Colony tools will be at the Steeple Building. The afternoon "Coffee ^o Bet" will be served in the Polony jscbool f-fpdse, the site of another Historical display. ( . ,. A prograpi of variety, entertainment will begin at 7 p. ni. in the state park, followed by a 'dance Beginning in 9 p. m. at tho Community School Gyrtflasiunt SOON SOON DAYS OF FLAMING ACTION! DAYS OF TITANIC ADVENTURE! DAYS OF EXOTIC PASSIONS! SUPEP TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR OPEN 1:15 STARTING TOMORROW! ENDS TONITEI 2 JERRY LEWIS HITS! "ROCKABYE BABY" and 'DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP" The fantastic adventure of a young fellow from ESpstoii. His name w&s John fritz&erald Kennedy. 1Y HArtDlN - JAMES GREGORY- ROBERT CULP-GRANT WILLIAMS WEST ENDS TONITE! "WEREWOLF IN A .GIRLS' DORMITORY" and OPEN 1:15 ONE DAY ONLY WEST - WEST "CORRIDORS OF BLOOD" ONE DAY ONLY THE 13th I ONLY I TOMORROW! FRIDAY 2 Pulse-Tingling Horror Hits 2 "I heard her first feeble movements in the coffin ...we had put her living in the tomb!"-Poe t poar ali^n roes '•' '''I'' . / llll I Ml PLUS 2nd Tinglcr ONLr ONCE IN A LIFETIME CAtN YOU STAND THE Starts Saturday •D J GOT WL iSSSSt

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