Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 16, 1963
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Legion Groups At Biggsvillc Plan Assembly ALEXIS The James Harvey Scott American Legion and Women's Auxiliary will hold their monthly meeting Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Legion Hall with potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Installation of officers will take place. Biggsvillc Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Combs, Kevin and Krista of Newton are spending a week's vacation with Mrs. Combs' parents Mr. and Mrs. John Elder and other relatives in Alexis and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Combs of Fairview. Mrs. ft. C. Durston was hostess to the Monday afternoon Bridge Club for their first fall meeting in her home. Dessert was served. Mrs. Clarence Azdell, Mrs. Earl Carlson and Mrs. Edith Deuth received favors. Mrs. Georgia Robertson was a guest. Mrs. Howard Sperry entertained Monday night Bridge Club in the home of Mrs. Edith Deuth. Dessert was served. Mrs. Richard Lamkins and Mrs. Donald McKelvie received favors. Mrs. E. Deuth was a guest. Mrs. Hayes Mosley, Mrs. Dave Winkler Sr., Mrs. Mabel Palmar, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Swope, Mrs. Ray Holmes, Mrs. William McKnight and Roger, Mrs. Edith Deuth, Mrs. Earl Carlson, Mrs. Georgia Robertson, Mrs. Raymond Sims, Mrs. Dorothy Koons, and Mrs. Ray Lawrence of United Presbyterian Church and Rev. and Mrs. Orrell Ruth, Mrs. Lee Mead, Mrs. Lena Sharer and Mrs. Earl Stone of Evangelical United Brethren Church and Mrs. S. W. Timberlake attended silver tea at North Henderson Methodist Church Tuesday. Miss Florence Young of Abingdon held a recital Sunday at Norwood Church for her music pupils of this area. Janice, Beverlee, Marlene and Marsha Reynolds, Billy and Peggy Olson participated. W. H. Powell has left for month's vacation with his daugh- Sec it today at JASPERSON'S Colonial i§ott0e 1087 N. HENDERSON ST. DODOES 00 ON DISPLAY—Buyers will have a choice of 22 models when they look at the 1964 Dodges, which wlB go on display Friday. Styles have been changed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Dodge car. Three series, the 330, 441 and Polara will be offered. Dodge Celebrates 50 Years In Vehicle Manufacturing The Dodge auto makers will open their 50th anniversary celebration Friday when 22 1964 models will be introduced. New body styles and engineering refinements are the key to this year's Dodge, according to Byron J. Nichols, general manager. A large wrap-around bumper highlights the front end syle change with a convex, aluminum grille with thin, vertical bars. A new windshield has been designed for better visibility, and larger openings for the front door will make getting in and out easier. The rear end will have a two- inch wider rear-wheel track, which will add to the design to give a stronger appearance. Dual tail lights will be included on the 330 and 440 series, and the deluxe Polara models will have triple lights and backup lights in the center. Six engines, two of them standard and four optional, will give the buyer a good range of choices. The six-cylinder engine will displace 225 cubic inches and will have an 8.4 to 1 compression ratio. The V-8 will displace 318 cubic inches. The optional engines include: 383-cubic-inch V-8 with a two- barrel carburetor, the same en gine with a four-barrel carburetor, a new 426-cubic-inch V-8 with four-barrel carburetor will be available, and the other top performance engine will be the Ram- ter, Mrs. Jean Markley and family in Washington state. Dennis Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Morrk left last week to enter service and will be sent to Ft. Knox, Ky. Marilyn Purlee left for Ames Iowa for her junior year at Iowa State University. Mrs. Edith Deuth and Mrs. Bess Newcomer were guests at home of James Tippett Sept. 9 at birthday dinner for their son Judson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feltz of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Al fred Driscoll of Monmouth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 0. A Walters. To Milwaukee Mrs. Mabelle Van Fleet took her daughter Judy to Milwaukee, Wis., to enter her junior year at Marquette University. Mrs. Van Fleet returned Wednesday, accompanied home by Miss Ann Lynch of Monmouth. Jeff Strode of Glen Ellyn visited Sept. 9 in Alexis with friends. The Strode family were former •0 IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT YOUR OLD FURNACE REPLACE IT NOW WITH A NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC GAS FURNACE SAVES MONEY THREE WAYS 1 tow- IOWI FIRST COST! OPERATING COST! tow • tow FINANCING COST! Gtt A Hold of . , . Get A Free Heating Survey Today PHONE FOR DETAILS HOLT Galesbvrg'f Quality Shop 892 f. Brook* Phone 343-434$ residents on an Alexis farm now owned by Mrs. Robert Purlee. Mrs. Eva Nelson spent Sept. 8 in Keithsburg and attended church services at Keithsburg Christian Church. Kenneth Hart who is employ ed in Chicago, spent a weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Combs of Fairview spent Thursday at the home of John Elder. Their grandson Kevin Combs accompa nied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fisher of Chandler, Ariz, and Mrs. Bess Severs of PEO Home at Knoxville have been visiting several days in the home of Mrs. Frances Bruington. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Swope attended open house for golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stults in Monmouth Sept. 8. Mrs. Swope assisted at serving table. Mrs. Albert Free of Keithsburg returned home after spending several days with Mrs. Eva Nelson. Mrs. Perry Wheeler, Peggy, Christine and Roy of Illinois City, spent a day with their mothers and grandmother, Mrs. Eva Nelson. Donald Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Edwards, returned to Bradley University where he enrolled for the new term. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Reynolds attended Old Threshers Reunion at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Reynolds and family, Mrs. Charles Hennenfent and Mrs. Donald Clute attended Killeen-Thompson wedding at Corpus Christi Church in Galesburg Sept. 7. Church Circle At Kirkivood Picks Officers KIRKWOOD — The Mary Martha Circle of the Methodist Church met Sept. 10 in the church parlor. Group singing was accompanied by Mrs. Fred Bear at the piano. Mrs. Cleo Dye, chairman, gave the scripture, after which the group was led in prayer by Mrs. James Lauver. Mrs. Jack Winebright was in charge of the lesson entitled "Biblical Foundation for Missions." She was assisted by Mrs. John Walters, who read the scripture references throughout the lesson. Mrs. James Paris was elected to serve as vice chairman. It was moved that a layette be purchased to be turned over to the Uiu'ted Council oi Church Women, and World Outlook magazine. Mrs. Fred Bear announced the Woman's Society of C h r i s t i a n Service, Galesburg District Fall Group meeting which will be held Oct. 3 at Macomb; Oct. 4. Knoxville; Oct. 11, Rock Island. The topic will be "Our Mission Today." Mrs. Verne Conway, supply secretary, presented the year supply askings. Hostesses were Mrs. Lar-j ry Clutts and Mrs. Paul Vice. charger 426 with dual four-barrel carburetors. Three transmissions will be available, manual three - speed, manual four-speed and three- speed automatic. A new carburetor development will provide better passing by giving more power before the transmission shifts into passing gear. For safety factors, an optional instrument panel pad, extending across the full width of the panel will be a top item. Seat belts will be supplied at cost to buyers, and the installation will be designed so not to obstruct rear floor space. Scotland has raised the famous black, hornless cattle known as Angus for more than 200 years. Gondolas used on the canals of Venice arc built lopsided so they will travel a straight line even though pushed by one oar. N. Henderson Home Greets Guests NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. EU Donaldson of Viola and Mra. Victor of Ophiem and her grandso:. Paul Ross called on the Arthur Johnsons Wednesday. Ross is the son of the late Dr. R^ss of Utica and Mrs. Evelyn Ossian Ross, now residing in Dixon, and serving as instructor of nursing in that city. Ross is enrolled as a sophomore at the University of Illinois. An ice cream social will be held at the school all-purpose room at the North Henderson Grade School Sept. 26. Serving will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Messmore and family of Oneida, 'isited an afternoon a. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nail. Mrs. Bess Newcomer visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Tippett at Monmouth. Mrs. Florence M a n v i 11 e of Galesburg, is visiting at the home of M-. and Mrs. Lloyd Foster. Sunday school teachers of the Zion Lutheran Church held a meeting the past week at the home of Mrs. Wallace Tornquist to make plans for rally day Sept. 29. There will be a potluck dinner at noon. Mrs. Sally Vermeire of East Moline was a dinner guest Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. William Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lutrell «if Alpha were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson. Mrs. William Nelson of Ophiem visited a day with her sister, Mrs. Charlie Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson and Galesburg Register-Moil, Gotesburg, III. Monday, Sept .,t 6, 1963 _J1 son Dennis and Mrs. Lloyd Foster f,Viii*iii/>iii If situ rt loft the past week for Tucson, 1 r Wirvu.lV iiUmi, Ariz., whore Dennis has enrolled in the University of Arizona Mrs. Lorraine Brulngton and Fritz Clay of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morris of Woodhull, were supper guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Winkler. Jeff Tyrrell left Sunday for his college year at the Jolict Junior College. He will stay with his brother Stanley and family. Nancy and Larry Humes have returned home from a vacation trip to Florida, with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Chaney of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. Conway of Reynolds; Mr, and Mrs. Fransworth of Rock Island and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Rathbun of Preemption were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Johnson and Miss Nettie Pitman, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, were luncheon g y c .s t s Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Driffil and Mrs. Jane Willet at their home in Roscville. Martha Axcell has returned to Northern University at DcKalb. Mrs. Myrtle Ernst of Chicago 'it LOOK' to the Give-A-Gift VEBERS 149 E. Main St. for Fine Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 Week Greets Guests FAIRVIEW - Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Vorlce Wright were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Wright and family of Ipava, is visiting at the homo of Mr. ;\n<' Mrs. Harold Tornqnist. Mrs. Myrtle Ernst of Chicago and Mrs. Harold Tornquist recently vi.sitcd with Mrs. Frank Bruner. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Wright, of Farmirtgton and Mrs. Vida Brown, Fairview. Those attending the Wilaort reunion in Bushnel! Sunday were: Marion Schleich, Eugene Schleich and Rello Schleich, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schliech and Dick and Mrs. Ada Hngnman. Mrs. Hattie Mahr joined them at Bushnell. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! HERE'S SOME GOOD NEWS FOR ANY FAMILY ] WHEN SCHOOL BELLS j BRING SCHOOL BILLS 1 \ \ BACK-TO-SCHOOL EXPENSE of boob, | > cloches, tuition, and transportation can strain even the best-planned budget. \ AN EOUCATIONAl LOAN from us is one of th« I many ways ovir financial service can | \ contribute to your family welfare. .< i ... \ /. I ; PHONI OR STOP IN at our office for the vi • extra money you will need to take care | >. of these and other extra } \ seasonal expenses. C K L I M E/R I OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 351 E. 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