Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 21
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ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITS1TT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 which a priie went to Mrs. Ray- mood Elliott. Next meeting, guest day, will be Oct. 1 in Berwick Church. Western Names Victor Rich First Resident Coordinator ABINGDON—Victor J. Rich, for 12 years science teacher and principal of Abingdon Junior High School has been named Western Illinois University's first resident coordinator of off-campus student teaching. A regular member of WIU faculty, Rich will live and do his work in the quad-cities area— * Academic Year Institute at Michigan State, where he is working toward a doctorate in elementary education. This summer he was in Canada for a week's geology field trip to study the Pre-Cambrian Canadi an Shield. He went down in s uranium mine at Elliot Lake. Rich majored in biological sciences at Illinois State Normal. He and his wife Jeanne have three children: Jimmy, 13; Susan, 11, and Andy, 7. Rich resigned from the Abingdon school position one year ago. serving East Moline, Moline and Rock Island. Dr. George Potter, who heads student teaching for WIU, says that Rich, according to what in formation he has, is the first to serve in this capacity in Illinois "For several years, Michigan State and State College of Iowa have had off-campus coordinators." Assign 45 Students Dr. Potter explained that the new off-campus coordinator will live at 3601 18th Ave. in Rock Island. "He will be readily available to the 45 students assigned to do their student teaching in the Rock Island-Moline area and to supervising teachers, superin tendents and principals in the area. "Rich will visit schools, ob serve, confer and evaluate." Born in Chenoa, Rich was graduated from Gridley Community High School. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Rich now live in Gridley. Rich, during 1962-63, attended the National Science Foundation r&w CENTRIFUGAL JET PUMP FOR DEEP WELLS Vou can't btat 1h* hon«it-to-qoodn«ii FCW quality built into this tconomically priced d**p wall pump. For ordinary capacities and prtisuras it raally doat • lint rat* job, and you can count on it for yaars of troublt-frt* strvica. It it guaranteed and factory-fettad for capacities and paassuras, e*d comet completely assembled with tank, pressura twitch, foot •alva, air control and fitting* pump to tank,. Hare's satisfaction-- plut (or your monayt WATER SYSTEMS F6W M*€M NawiM WtttftttH illtl PARRIS HARDWARE 104 E. Jackson, Abingdon Favorite Eating Places Reviewed By Homemakers Mrs. Wilbur Ray entertained Berwick unit of Homemakers Ex tension Association in her home Tuesday. Roll call was answered by naming a favorite eating place Mrs. Allen Hess, chairman, opened the meeting by reading an article on home written by a North Dakota homemaker. Present were 12 members, including Mrs. Charles Head, a new mem ber; one retiring member, Mrs William Verner, who is moving to Portland, Ore. and two guests, Mrs. Leo Mahoney and Mrs. Donald Ray. Mrs. Herman Adwell, music chairman, spoke of music and present day choice in selecting records. Mrs. Raymond Elliott, co-board member, announced Warren County Fiesta to be held Nov. 15. Berwick unit was asked to have a booth representing a country store. A wiener roast was planned for the unit and families Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Walker in charge of the social committee composed of Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Wilbur Ray and Mrs. Lyle Con way, with Mrs. Sena Smith assisting. Mrs. Allen Hess, chairman, an nounced the annual county meeting Sept. 30 in the Kirkwood Methodist Church. Mrs. Wilbur Ray volunteered to take local leaders training lesson Sept. 12 entitled, "Junior Citizen Understanding Aging." The group discussed plan to spend a day in Peoria visiting Power and Light Co. and other places of interest. Major lesson, "Fashions and You," was given by two members of Jennie Killey unit, Mrs. Leo Mahoney and Mrs. Donald Ray. Mrs. Claire Walker gave the minor lesson on "Sanitary Rules for Public Eating Places." Mrs. Helen Ray, recreation chairman, conducted a contest for SHANKS White Wranglers Men's $ 3.98 Boys' *2.98 • - *3.49 14-oz. WRANGLERS Men's -$3 .79 Boys'—$2.59 and $2.98 ALSO SLIMS AND HUSKIES Fall Shoes New Fall Shoes — Men's — Ladies — Teens — Boys Children's — Men's sizes 6 to 14 — Ladies up to 11. OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS Ladies' Dresses 100 Newest Fall Styles in every desirable fabric — All the new fall colors — exciting values — Shanks low prices. $ 6 98 $ 7 98 $098 $ 10 98 $| 2 » Girls' Dresses $ 2 98 $ 3 49 $ 3 98 $ 4 98 FREE PARKING SHANKS LOW PRICES Visitors from Canada Arc Welcomed at Abingdon Meeting Abingdon Rebekah Lodge Monday evening pro tern officers in* eluded Mrs. Ethel Knapp, noble grand; Mrs. Gertrude fielder, vice grand; Mrs. Jennie Castle, financial secretary; Mrs. Mary Peek, right supporter and Mrs. Althea Bond, left supporter to the noble grand; Mrs. Mina Foltz, conductor; Mrs. Ruth Bovard, right supporter, and Mrs. Ruth Murphy, left supporter to the vice grand. Mrs. Mary Noonan, president of Ladies Auxiliary of Patriot W. from Peoria, was presented by Mrs. Jennie Castle, given honors and welcomed by the noble grand. Others introduced and welcomed were Mrs. Jennie Castle, treasurer, and Mrs. Nora Paull, past president and right supporter to District Association 11 vice president. Welcomed also were guests from Canada, Miss Dorothy Paul, noble grand of Crocus Lodge No. 8, Verden, Manitoba, Canada, and Mrs. Miriam McCormack, past noble grand of Queen Esther Lodge No. 5, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Mrs. Annis Day was reported improving following surgery, and note of appreciation was read from her. Communication read from Rebekah State Assembly gave details and program of the assembly which meets in Springfield Oct. 15 and 16. Invitations were extended to attend Fairview' Lodge Sept. 22 honoring members of 50 years and over; also to attend district officers night Sept. 18 at Cameron and district officers, Sept. 24 at Cuba. Cameron lodge will take the 3-link pin to Mon mouth Sept. 19. Petition was accepted for rein statement of a member. It was voted to have a stand in front of Sand Drug store Sept. 21 for Maxwell Street Day. All members were urged to contribute and help make the project a success, Mrs. Althea Bond and Mrs. Mina Foltz were appointed chairman and cochairman respectively, for the event. Following the meeting, Mrs. Knapp hosted the group during a social hour at Simms Dairy, Bar. New Teachers Announced At Yates City YATES CITY — The teaching staff at Yates City Community School District 207 is now complete, the Board of Education announced. New teachers hired were William Vance, Morton, a graduate of Illinois State Normal University, teaching P.E., coach and driver education; Andrew Trotter, Peoria, a graduate of Bradley University, teaching industrial arts; Mrs. Judy Mulder, Bushnell, Bethany College, Okla., teaching seventh grade; Miss Darleen Malcolm, Belle River, Southern Illinois Un i v e r s i t y, teaching science; Mrs. Bertha Morris, Farmington, Western Illinois University, teaching first grade; Michael Brown, Galesburg, Western Illinois University, teaching band and chorus, and Mrs. Sharon Sherman, Yates City, Western Illinois University, teaching girls physical education. Total enrollment in the school district is 435 with 122 enrolled in the high school and 313 grade schools. DODGE INTRODUCES NEW DART—The news of the 1964 Dodge Dart was released today and the cars will go on display Sept. 20. New styling and changes in engine performance arc the big- Golesburg Regisfer-Moif, Gfllesburg, HI. Thursday, .Sepf. J 2, J963 21 prizes. Merton Gaisford received the attendance prize. Several marriages, bfrthn and deaths were recorded. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Gale Woolsey and Gforia, Edwards; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Woolsey, Dahinda; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Dunbar and family, DeLong; Mr. and Mrs. Merton Gaisford and family, Mrs. Shirley Wright and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Van White, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woolsey and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wool- spy and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson. Next reunion will be held the second Sunday in September at the same location. gest changes for the car. Nine models wHI he offered buyers with two engines available. A new option will be a four-speed manual transmission. Woolsey Kin Hold Reunion KNOXVILLE — The 2fith Woolsey reunion was held Sunday at the (tlisson Community Center near Knoxviile. Mrs. Percy Woolsey delivered the prayer before the potluck dinner which was attended by 25 members. Following the business meeting, Carl Anderson, grounds chairman, held a golf pitching contest with Lola Dunbar, Leslie Woolsey and Lynn Gaisford being awarded NEW DODGE TRUCKS UNVEILED — This Dodge W-200 truck with crew cab and four- wheel drive is one of the new 1964 models which will go on display Sept. 20. Sale3 outlets hnve been increased across the nation in a campaign to sell 80,000 Dodge trucks in the next year. Dodge Unveils 1964 Dart, New Engines for Trucks in READ THE VV NT ADS! Dodge takes the wraps off its 1964 Dart today and it will go on display across the nation Sept. 20. Changes in styling and engine performance are the top features claimed by the Dodge builders. The new, broad grille is made up of slender, vertical lines with a rectangular bar across the face of the grille spelling out the Dodge name. The rear window has been widened some three inches for better vision, and new moldings along the sides give the appearance of added length. The compression ratio of both engines was increased for the 1964 models. For the 170-cubic- inch displacement engine, the compression will be 8.5 to 1, and for the 225-cubic-inch engine the ratio will be 8.4 to 1. A new four-speed m a n u a transmission will be available on the Dart, with gears synchronized in all forward speeds. An other new option is the Sure-Grip differential for better traction under slippery road conditions A new automatic choke modulator and insulation improvements in the ignition cable as sembly are designed to improve starting the Dart, especially un der very wet or cold weather. Newest color . is the Anniversary Gold, chosen with the 58,th anniversary of Dodge in mind. Truck Sales Up Byron J. Nichols, Dodge general manager, is looking for another good year, after the 1963 models showed a 145 per cent increase in sales over the 1962 car. After the 1963 Dodge truck attained its highest sales in a decade and showed a 46 per cent increase over 1962, Dodge officials are seeking bigger sales with the 1964 models. Two new engines will arrive on the market — Dodge-Perkins ' Six 354 diesel and 318 Premium V-8. The former with 131 horsepower is designed for medium- duty truck for city and suburban delivery service. The latter was introduced for the medium truck line. Made to appeal to the sports minded are the half-ton and three- quarter-ton trucks with bucket seats, console and plush carpeting. Four models of this truck will be offered in the campaign to sell at least 80,000 Dodge trucks this year, compared with 70,000 sold for 1963 models. Bells for You Newest thing in belts this season — pastel lizard in narrow-to- medium width. Some have brass buckles, others arc self-covered. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 SANITARY - EXPERT - LOW COST Butchering Service SAVE! Bring Your ^ Bulk Meats to Us! * W« Custom Butcher, I Wrop and Label ; for Freezing! We butcher all livestock, to your specifications. All your meats are freezer-wrapped in the exact sizes you prefer. Every package is labeled accurately for easy selection from the freezer. Our prices are low! . . . Our butchers are experts! Call or come in today. "Quality and Service U Our Mptto" FEY'J PROCESSING SERVICE 103 W. Martin BERNARD FEY, Owner Phone 3447 Fifty Attend Membership Party in Grutzmacher Home KNOXVILLE — Fifty regular and prospective members attend ed a Knoxviile Junior Woman's Club membership party at the home of Mrs. Harold Grutzmacher, Tuesday. School days was the theme for the evening with guests wearing slate name tags and provided with a cloth-bound lesson book. Mrs. Grutzmacher's home was appropriately decorated with apples for the teacher, a small schoolhouse table decoration and and an oversized ruler and pencil. Mrs. Donald Gossick, program chairman, called the class to order and led in the singing of "School Days." Mrs. Harold Young, club adviser, welcomed the group and briefly explained the role of the General Federation of Woman's Clubs. Mrs. Howard Johnson, club president, asked the prospective members to introduce themselves and then presented a brief resume of the goals and purpose of the Knox­ viile club. Mrs. Johnson introduced the officers, standing committee chairmen and department chairmen, each of whom was wearing an original hat designed to illustrate her job. Skit, "Lessons on Being a Club Woman," written by Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs. James Hutchcroft and Mrs. Grutzmacher was presented and the program concluded with the singing of "Getting To Know You." Refreshments were served with Mrs. Young and Mrs. Johnson pouring the coffee and punch. The guests and members were shown plans for the new city park, which were recently submitted to the City Council by Harlan, Bartolomew and Associates. The park improvement is a major project of the club. All arrangements for the evening were under the direction of Mrs. Louis Stephens, social chairman and Mrs. Richard Johnson, membership chairman. Committe e members assisting them were Mrs. Robert Hickerson, Mrs. Lincoln Phillips, Mrs. Arne Peterson, Mrs. Glenn Way and Mrs. John Block. Busy Evening The Orange Township Farm Bureau Policy Development was well attended at a meeting held at Orange Chapel Hall Monday evening. Issues discussed were recent proposals concerning building of a new Knox County Nursing Home, National Farm Policy with main regard to farm programs, rural electrification, marketing, deficit financing in Illinois government, federal tax problems and equalization of taxes. Farm Bureau directors Wilbur Quick, Jack Block, Harvey Safford and Lawrence Cook led in the discussion of various topics. Carlenc Steck and Patty Mitchell of Maquon presented piano and vocal solos. A floral arrangement furnished by Mrs. Harold Griffith, woman's c lub representative, centered the serving table. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Florence Johnson and Mrs. Lawrence Cook. Attend Ceremonies Mr. and Mrs. Harv Wampler, of lit S. Morris St., have returned from a week's visit in Chicago with their daughter, Mrs. Marlene Hasenfang and children. While there they attended graduation exercises for licensed practical nurses at Oak Forest Hospital, their daughter being one of the graduates. Attend Rites Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Davis, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cramer, attended the funeral of B. S. Martin in Normal Friday. He was the father of Mrs. Dean Davis. He was a veteran of the Spanish American War. The Davis children returned to Knoxviile with their grandparents to spend the weekend. Briefs There will be a reception for teachers of School District 202 at the Methodist Church Sunday at 7:30 p. m. All parents are urged to attend to get acquainted with the teachers. The Homebuilders class of the Methodist Church will meet at the church Friday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Blanche Forstrom has returned to her home in Silver Springs, Md., after a two-week visit with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Goff and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Carl Shane of Kewanee visited Wednesday with Mrs Grace McGrew and other friends. FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE SALE FRIDAY - SATURDAY MONDAY AT THESE LOW-LOW PRICES! 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