MARKET REPORTS fggi and Poultry Knoxvillc Road, Galesburg Red Rowc, Hatchery Large clean Eggs ...........22e Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens 3c Heavy Hens 7c Chicago Produce) CHICAGO (UPD-Produce: Live poultry too few receipts to report prices. Cheese processed loaf 39 1 A-44; brick 39%-43%; Swiss Grade A 50-55; B 49-53. Butter steady to firm; 93 score 58%; 92 score 58%; 90 score 57%; 89 score 55%. Eggs steady to firm; white large extras 41%; mixed large extras 40; mediums 37; standards 34%. Monday's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) — Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 12,000 cattle, 8,000 hogs and 500 sheep. WSCS Conducts Silver Tea WOODHULL — A number of members of the WSCS of the Woodhull Methodist Church attended the 50th annual silver tea at the North Henderson Methodist Church Tuesday. Mrs. James PROTECTION from Eaves Drainage • •. with SPLASH BLOCKS' — ALSO — Parking Shocks Patio Stones Scallop Border COMPANY 1000 Monmouth Blvd. Galesburg, III. 342-2813 Fellowship Rally Held At Shaubena The Illinois State Pilgrim Fel lowship of Continuing Congrega tional Churches held a fall rally recently at Camp Shaubena with 50 young people and adults in attendance. Those present came from Gales burg, Ontario, Rio, Peru, Alton, Maywood, Dover and LaMoille. Dr. Wilbur Pillsbury of Knox College delivered the keynote address. The theme of the rally was "Beyond Your Doorstep." The group then broke up into smaller groups to discuss "Christ's Way and My Way," During the recreation period, swimming, canoeing, square dancing and a hootenanny were held. A communion service was held Sattirday evening with Rev. Ells worth Lyons of Ontario officiating. Prepare Handbook During the business meeting it was decided that a committee should be appointed to prepare a handbook to be presented at the next meeting in Maywood for approval before publication. The Galesburg group was put in charge of the project. Reports were given concerning the national meeting held in Hartford, Conn., the regional rally, and the summer camp. Those attending from the Gales burg area were Vicky, Janet and Phillip Nelson, Gary Pheiffer, Joanne and Susan Holt, Pete Brown, Kay Lammerts, Kathy St George, Dan Merriwether, Kenny Giles, Nancy Olson, Robbin Watters, Cynthia Alps, Debbie Gardner, Larry and Kurt Jackson, Paul Olmstead, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jacobs, Alex Tuszynski, Diana Blake, Miss Louise Wilmot and Mrs. Ray Brown. Baird presented the program, Musical Mama." Those present from Woodhull were Mrs. Mabel Finley, Mrs. Leila Johns, Mrs. Nellie Kugler, Mrs. Lillie Granger, Mrs. Minnie Nelson, Mrs. Ora Anderson, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Mrs. Mabel Anderson, Nellie Hammerlund and Mrs. Helen Nelson. SALE Antique and Used Clothing. PRAIRIE CITY. ILL. Location: Christine Johnson res. West of Grain Elevator. SAT., SEPT. 14, 1963 Ph. 5-5477 — Prairie City CORN AND SOYBEAN STORAGE GOVERNMENT APPROVED WAREHOUSE 500 Bu. Per Hour — Continuous Flow. Grain Drier. Warehouse Receipts Given. We are in the market to purchase your New Crop Corn & Soybeans BERG5TR0M SEED & FEED CO. Woodhull, Illinois Phone 934-3521 Thermogas for all farm uses Heating Cooking Tractor Fuel KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY SALE INC. KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS "Your First Local Auction. Your Best Local Market." PHONE 289-9213 "SALE EVERY MONDAY" MONDAY, SEPT. 16, 1963 SALE STARTS AT U O'CLOCK SHARP 21 Black steers, wt. 750 lbs. 25 Hereford and Black steers, wt. 425 lbs. 27 Hereford and Black heifers, wt. 400 lbs. 37 Head Hereford steers, wt. 650-700 lbs. 18 Black steers and heifers, wt. 650-700 lbs. 24 Black steers and heifers, wt. 800-1000 lbs. 50 Mixed pigs, wt. 50-60 lbs. 40 Hamp pigs, wt. 70-80 lbs. 60 Mixed pigs, wt. 40-50 lbs. 8 Sows with pigs at side. For Private Sale: 50 Black steers, wt. 650-700 lbs. 35 Whiteface steers, wt. 600-650 lbs. 40 Whiteface steers, wt. 700 lbs. Unthrifty Hogs Will Not Be Accepted W YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK TO SELL Call Us for An Estimate or An Appraisal W. E. Bruniga Bill Reynolds Kaoxville Sale Co. Farmington C« $-2034 Galesburg, 01. 289 -9213 289-9213 AUCTIONEERS Lewis Marks — Car) Steck Gale Employes Schedule Vote On Seniority Members of Marine Motor Lodge 1659, International Association of Machinists, will vote Saturday at 2 p.m., at the new Labor Temple, on a proposal by Gale Products relative to personnel transferred here from Lamar, Mo. The Lamar plant, where Lawn- Boy power mowers were produced, is being closed and mower production is to be assumed by the Galesburg plant. Gale has proposed that the plant employes coming here from Lamar have full seniority and be covered by all the terms of the present agreement between the company and union. Gerald O. DeWitt, president of Lodge 1659, also announced that proposed new by-laws will be given final reading, discussed and voted on at Saturday's session. A discussion on discontinuing rotation of overtime for fork truck drivers in one of the plant departments also is on *hc meeting agenda, DeWitt announced. Hearing Is Scheduled in Murder Case Lewis A. Dilworth, 37, of Carbondale, was scheduled to appear today at 2 p.m. in the court of Raymond F. Cratty for a hearing on a murder charge. A warrant on the murder count was issued July 25 in Cratty's court, the day after Dilworth was alleged to have fatally shot his wife, Mrs. Mary Louise Dilworth, 38, and then turned the gun on himself. Mrs. Dilworth was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Mary's Hospital following the shooting on the porch of a residence at 989 S. Academy St., July 24, about 8:20 p.m. Dilworth was admitted to the hospital the same night and has been under police and sheriff department guard since that time. He was released from the hospital this morning and taken to the Knox County jail. Man Is Held To McDonough Grand Jury Robert Laverne Johnston, 36, formerly of 208 Division St., appeared Thursday in justice of the peace court at Macomb and was held to the McDonough County Circuit Court grand jury on a burglary charge. Bond was set at $3,500, but McDonough County authorities said Johnston was not eligible for release on bond as he now is a parole violator. Knox County records listed Johnston as having been sentenced April 5, 1961, in circuit court here, to a term of not less than two nor more than three years in the penitentiary on a charge of receiving stolen property. He subsequently was released on parole and authorities here said he had less than a month remaining in his parole period. Johnston was alleged to have burglarized the Macomh Clinic Wednesday night and was taken into custody Thursday noon in a house trailer parked near the new Western Illinois University field- house construction site. Sheriff John Blivens was reported to have stated that Johnston orally confessed to the burglary. Johnston was picked up Wednesday night for questioning and agreed to permit authorities to check his room. During the check, it was reported the former Galesburg man sought to flush some currency down the bathroom toilet. Recovered from the burglary, Sheriff Blivens said today was $100. READ THE WANT ADS! Backyard Sale FRIDAY and SATURDAY 9 to 5 901 BATEMAN Backyard Sale SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 959 PENNSYLVANIA Men, women's, boys' clothing. BACKYARD SALE 954 HAWKINSON FRI. <c SAT—Sept. 13-14 9 to 3 Loii of winter clothes, all sizes. Toys, bedspreads, curtaina, Eng- llsh bicycle, 2 TV'a, furniture 4c miscellaneous. Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hall, Williamsfield, a boy today at 5:12 a.m. Have You Heard That Donald Trammel, Galesburg Route 1, returned home today af- after spending the past three weeks in Los Angeles and Rosemead, Calif., and in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was accompanied to California by his mother, Mrs. Oscar Nelson, 1930 E. Main St. BIG YARD AND BASEMENT SALE Sat., Sept. 14 — 8 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Hain or Shine. Clothing, furniture, what-knois and misc. 941 Lyman St. Backyard Sale 843 E. KNOX SATURDAY-9 to 7 Baby furniture & clothing. YARD SALE 424 W. BROOKS ST. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Sept. 13-14—9 'til 6 High heeled dreaa pumpa, like new, 7>/ 2 AA. Men's, women's & toddler's clothing. Misc. items. 1955 Studebaker. WATAGA FIRE DEPT. ANNUAL BARBECUE PORK and BEEF Starting at 11 A.M. SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 (Rain Date Sept. 22) AT FIREMEN'S PARK WATAGA, ILL. (Follow Markers) FREE HORSE SHOW PUBLIC AUCTION 113 CALIFORNIA AVE., EAST GALESBURG Go to the top of South Brick Yard Hill, first Street West. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 - 1:30 P.M. Sharp Leaving for service will sell our good clean furniture as follows: 2 -pc. brown 2 -cushion modern living room suite; "Admiral" 21" table model TV set; gold hi-fi stand and record holder; 2 nice red plastic rocking chairs; nice bar with shelfs for glasses and bottles; big lieu, ft. refrigerator; 36" gas range; cabinet base; nice dining table, buffet and chairs; metal dresser; bed complete; Kenmore automatic washer; glass door cabinet; wood dresser; Coronado console 21" TV, real good, 2 yrs. old; stereo hi-fi record player, 4-speeds; yard, garden tools; buttons; jewelry; enamelware; woodware; dishes; rock collection; doctor book dated 1880; small appliances; dishes; articles too numerous to mention. We will also have some good consigned articles on this sale. GARY G. MOORE, Owner CECIL R. MOORE, Auctioneer — Ph. 343-3973 TERMS — CASH Not Responsible for Accidents If you need some good clean furniture attend this Auction — Always call "CECIL H. MOORE" for your Auctions. PUBLIC of ANTIQUES and COLLECTOR ITEMS The undersigned will hold a public auction of antiques and collector Items at the premises, located 1 mile east and l>/ 2 mile south of Wyoming, 111., and 8 VJ miles straight north of Princeville, 111. Sunday, Sept-ember 15, 1963 BEGINNING AT 12:30 P.M. SHARP at which time the following described antiques and collector items will be sold to the highest and best bidder: Assorted patterned glass ware; assorted compotes, cups and saucers; tumblers and plates, iron wear; brass wear; large rendering kettle; assored bedroom sets of pitchers and bowls; clocks; bells; duck decoys; assorted lamps; lamp shades; assorted chairs; assorted tables and many other miscellaneous antiques of all kinds. 1957 Vi-TOU CHEVROLET PICK-UP TRUCK ROBERT F. MORAN, Owner TERMS OF SALE: Cash. No properly to be removed from premises until settled for. Not Responsible for Accidents should any occur. Lunch stand on premises. Auctioneers: COL. T. B. McCAULEY and COL. JOE E. RUSSELL hWay Route, Detour Roads Are Listed The weekly bulletin from the Division of Highways, Bureau of Traffic, listed the following roads In this section of the state undergoing construction or repairs: 111. 78, 97 and U.S. 136 one-way traffic on Illinois River bridge at Havana due to bridge repairs. 111. 78, from one mile north of Norris to mile south of Norris, road closed due to construction. Detour over 111. 116, 97 and 9. Adds IS miles. III. 17, from south junction of 111. 78 to Wyoming, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. III. 61, at two miles south of Colmar, one-way traffic due to bridge repairs. 111. 91, from Toulon to Princeville, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. III. 90, from three miles cast of 111. 78 to Princeville. one-way traffrc due to patching and resurfacing. U.S. 34, from Neponset to Kewanee, one-way traffic duo to patching. III. 100, from Dumfcrmlrne to Lewistown, one-way traffic due to patching and resurfacing. Rare Coins on Display at Peoria Meet Two rare U. S. coins will be on display during the annual convention of the Peoria District Coin Club Sept. 28 and 29 in the Jefferson Hotel in Peoria. The two coins are the 1B04 silver dollar and the 1913 Liberty head nickel. The last 1804 dollar on the market was the Samuel W. Wolfson speciman which sold for a record pt'ice of $36,000 last month hi New York. While mint records show 19,570 of these coins were struck, only eight originals and seven -re-strikes arc known. Location of the rmaindcr is a mystery to coin collectors. The 1913 nickel was first discovered in 1920 when five of them were offered to coin dealers in Chicago for $250 each. J. V. Mc- Dcrmott of Milwaukee, Wis., owns one of them, which is valued at $50,000, but is not for sale. The exhibit will be open to the public. READ THE WANT ADS! Backyard Sale 601 E. THIRD ST. Sat., Sept. 14 — 9 to 5 Lot* of Good Clothing 8c Misc. In case of rain, in garage. Backyard Sale 591 IRWIN ST. SAT., SEPT. 14 — 9:30 to 4 Rain or Shine Backyard Sale 1490 ROCK ISLAND AVE. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 9 to 3 Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must be In our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail Gofesburg Regisfer-Moif, Gofesburg, fff. Friday, Sept 13, 1.963 t.f New District 205 Teachers BRUCE SPENCER Is a now chemistry toachor at Galesburg High School. A native of Nutlcy, N. J., he holds a B.A. degree from Knox College. MRS. GARY HARNETT is leaching physical education for Rirls nl Churchill Junior High School. She received her B.S. decree from Monmouth College and resides at 171 Maple Ave. RAYMOND PEOPLES l« a new industrial arts Instructor at Churchill Junior High School. Peoples, who resides at 1140 Clark St., received his B.S. degree from Western Illinois University at Macomb. Peace Officer Pistol Shoot Is Scheduled Plans have boon announced for the sixth annual invitational police pistol shoot, sponsored by Eastern town and Western Illinois Peace Officers, to be held Sept. 26, at the Lake Storey range of the Galesburg city police. Peace officers from four suites, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, have been invited to participate in the shoot, for which there is no entry fee. Relays will start at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., with a policy of first come, first shoot to prevail. Course of fire will be a 60-round match, 20 rounds, 50 yards, slow fire; 20 rounds, 25 yards, time fire, and 20 rounds, 25 yards, rapid fire. Any full-time peace officer may compete individually or as a team member. The announcement stated that team members must be from the same department and must be declared before shooting to be eligible for team awards. A total of 25 awards will be presented, one to the shoot winner who will be the individual with the highest aggregate score, 12 other individual trophies and 12 team trophies. Capt. Eugene Smith and Officer Robert Higgins of the Galesburg Police Department are among the six assistant range officers who will work with Sgt. John Sarginson of District 7, Rock Island, Illinois State Police, the chief range officer. BIT It's Cold! Galesburjjfs Tempera I urc 41 Jf you don't like the weather, wait awhile and it will change. Typical of midwest weather, Thurdsay's high was 73 — then by this morning, the mercury had skidded 2!) degrees to a chilly 44. Wool blankets and bed warmers were the thing in Galscburg last night. But warm weather enthusiasts, don't despair, the Weather Bureau predicts it will be warmer Saturday. At noon today, the mercury stood at 57. The Weather Bureau said it will ho cooler tonight with temperatures ranging from 40-48. Saturday will be warmer with the mercury climbing in the 70s. Cold weather in Illinois pushed to the southern tip of the state today after bringing early morning temperatures in the upper ;i0.s to a limited portion of the state's northwest corner. Molinc had a low reading of 4fi; Peoria, 49; Rockford, 4(5, and Quincy 50. Galesburg was one of the coldest spots in the state. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! FOR SALE Wood Bros. Corn Picker Good condition. 3 miles North of Coldbrook School. H. A. TOLBERT 342-8960 Backyard Sale 872 BEECHER AVE Sat., Sept. 14 — 6:00 A.M. . Until 6:00 P.M. Clothoi, misc. Hems, formal*. GARAGE SALE ot TRASH AND TREASURES Friday and Saturday 1153 N. HENDERSON MM. Bill Lawion Mr*. Ed Sandidga Mn. Ronald She* Backyard Sale 804 LOMBARD Anytime Friday & Saturday September 13 & 14 CASH and CARRY KNOXVILLE PHONE 289-2926 11' frozen food case complete with compressor, $424; 2 vegetable display cases, 10' with compressor, $115 each; walk in cooler $100; meat case with compressor and computing scale, $175; '59 Chevy panel truck. Profit From hand Sale WASHINGTON (AP)—Sale of a plot of Pope County land, apparently overlooked by homesteaders, accounts for that $2 check the government says it is sending to the state of Illinois. The Bureau of Land Management said Thursday the money is being paid under terms of a federal-state agreement dating to the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, several years before Illinois became a state. Other payments announced last weekend include $4 to Missouri and $60.28 to Wisconsin, representing their shares of receipts from the sale of isolated tracts of public domain. The bureau said Illinois, under the 150-year-old agreement, gets 5 per cent of the net realized from sale of the Pope County plot. It sold for $50. The bureau said the Illinois parcel was one of the few remaining plots in the Midwest overlooked Backyard Sale 1689 BROWN AVE. Saturday. Sept, 14—3 to S Clothing, Toy», MUc. ltemi. Bain Data Sept. 21, APPLES Mclntoih, Jonathani and Had Delicious. Bring Your Own Containers. Soma Bwttl Cider on Sunday From 1 to S P.M. Bring Container*. H. B. REYNOLDS ORCHARD 483-38(1 — Oneida, 111. S',i Block* North ot Pontiac Garage. Open each day and Sunday* Until 5 P.M. Husband of Wrigley Heir Recovering SEATTLE (AP) — Charles F. Schrcincr, a former Winnetka, III., minister who is married to the heiress to the Wrigley chewing gum fortune, is reported recovering from an apparent overdose of tranquilizers. Schreiner, 41, was reported recuperating Thursday night in a Seattle hospital. A spokesman said he had regained consciousness Wednesday noon. Mrs. Schreiner, 39. said her husband took the pills Tuesday night at their home on Mercer Island, a community adjoining Puget Sound near Seattle. Police found him unconscious in a vacant lot nearby. She blamed his action on what she called "constant harassment" since their marriage in Nevada in April 1%2. The ceremony followed divorces for both. Schreiner, a former Episcopal minister in Winnetka, a Chicago suburb, is divorced from his former wife, Mrs. Dorothy Winifred Schreiner, 38, who had filed an alienation of affections suit against Schreiner's present wife. The divorce decree, in effect, ended the heart balm suit. Mrs. Schriner's former husband is William Ifagcnah Jr., vice president of the William Wrigley Jr. Co. Both Schreiner and his wife had children by their previous marriage. James Skaggs, police chief of Mercer Island, said officers were summoned to the Schreiner home Tuesday night and found Schreiner a short time later. "I think the harassment was a major contributing factor," Mrs. Schreiner said when asked what led to her husband's action. The heiress, daughter of Philip K Wrigley of Chicago, said she and her husband also had faced a number of legal complications. "There has been a series of things, each building up on the other," she said. "We were followed by detectives for over a year. They placed transmitters in our house and our phone line was tapped." She ;>aid Schreiner until recently had been acting director of Washington Welcome, Ind., a tourist promotion organization. She said her husband had considered entering the ministry again, in another denomination. by homesteaders and other settlers. The agency said some 446 million acres are still under its management in the western states and Alaska. LADDERS FOR SALE Up to 40 Foot AUo Home Repair. Yard Work, Guitar Cleaning. Reasonable Ratea 343-2913 of COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Saturday and Sunday September 14-15 Appliances, Furniture and Miscellaneous 1051 Lane PUBLIC AUCTION South St. - City 7:30 P.M. Sharp FURNITURE - PONY SPRING WAGON AND HARNESS DONKEY "MOORE'S" AUCTION HOUSE - 534 SATURDAY NIGHT - SEPTEMBER 14 Lot of good merchandise as foliows: Upright Deep Freeze in good condition; 2 hole ice cream chest makes good deep freeze; nice bedroom suite, walnut finish bookcase headboard. Mr. and Mrs dresser and night stands; dining room suite: dpt. »ue gas range; apt. sue refrigerator; 4 bicycles; rock maple dropleaf axt. table and 4 "matching chain, real nice; brown davenport makes a bed, like new; charcoal silver thread davano-bod; rose daveuo-bed: brown daveno-bed; living room suites; floor lamp; real good Leonard refrigerator iraez- er. chest across lop; .') good refrigerator-, without chest: 3 metal beds complete; tabla model TV set. works good; console TV set; Warm Morning coal heater; 10 gal. of new out.-ade white house paint; SO V belts; radiator hoses; M.W. combination radio record player, plays good: rinse tuba; lots of. tvun jars: -I new TV trays on stands; 4 yr. old burrow; pony spring wagon; pony harness; dishes; tools; items too numerous to mention. JIM FOLGEH Ac CECIL H. MOORE — Auctioneers. Ph. S-U-3$7J, FREDERICK ERICKSON. Clerk. —NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS— —HAVING AN AUCTION? Always think ot Moore's. Give me a ring. 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