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ABINGDON DOROTHV WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adami St Phdne 531 Ion Homecoming Is Outlined for Weekend ABINGDON—Abingdon High School 1963 homecoming festivities ' will take "place Friday and Saturday in charge of the Student Council using the theme "TV Tidbits." The Saturday night dance, for which music will be furnished by Hi-liters from Canton led by John Thompson, Canton Junior tiigh — 1 ——• ' rband instructor, will be highlight- Buren Community School District ed by crowning of a king and queen at 10:30 o'clock. Robert Kniss will be in charge ca tion in the high" school and of the coronation and royalty junior high, in addition to serv- election will be Wednesday morn- } ng as gra de school art super- ing, with freshman, sophomore v isor. The family will be living and junior selection being an nounced following a Friday as sembly at 1:50 p.m -1 in Keosauqua which is the county seat. Shumaker, during the past two A new feature this year will be y ears has placed with his work special recognition of honor classes, beginning with 1963 and going Fair in Springfield. He has super- back each five years, which will vised adult education art courses, include 1958, 1953, 1948 and 1943. Homecoming committee chairmen will include Sandi Carlson, decorating; Patti Jones, refreshments; Ken Morby, parade marshal and coat check; Fred Reynolds, tickets. Post Schedule Schedule of events, beginning Friday are: Pep assembly at 1:50 p.m.; students dismissed at 2:20 p.m. to prepare for the parade which will start moving at 2:45 p.m. Bus students will be responsible for meeting their bus at usual time and place; parade of floats and announcement of winners, 7 p.m.; game between Abingdon and Monmouth, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 9 p.m. to 12 midnight, homecoming dance; coronation of king, queen and presentation of attendants during intermission at 10:30 p.m. Parade route will be east on Snyder to Main; north on Main to Monmouth; west on Monmouth in Monroe; south on Monroe to Latimer; west on Latimer to Pennsylvania; south on Pennsylvania and Ohio to Martin; west on Martin to Pennsylvania and south to football field. Floats will be judged on originality, neatness, workmanship, beauty and continuity with theme. Hayden Cooper is adviser to Student Council led by following officers: Bill Darmer, president; Bill Butler, vice president; Gail Gleave, secretary; Larry Lewis, treasurer; Sandi Carlson, publicity chairman. Shumaker Takes Art Teaching Job Paul Shumaker has accepted a teaching position with the Van ON YOUR OWN TERMS Nothing Could Be More Convenient Whether you need a few dollarsora sizable loan, it pays to deal where you get every advantage. Under our plan everything is custom-tailored to suit you and your pocketbook. NO ADVANCE NOTICE REQUIRED -G. AC- FINANCE CORPORATION 123 South Main Street Abingdon, Illinois Telephone 71 ALSO OFFICES IN PEORIA, MACOMi AND ALI00 . in Keosauqua, Iowa. He will be ih charge of art edu- in oils exhibited at Illinois State taught privately the skills of his profession, served as a member of Abingdon District School Board from Chestnut Township for the past two years and five months, in addition to farming operations. Meetings Announced Bracken Busy Bees will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the home of Jack Lucas. Indian Point Club will meet Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ralph Hallbick. Mrs. Winnie Lomax will entertain Neighborly Circle Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in her home. Abingdon Unit School Board will meet informally Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Senior High School home economics room to explain final survey report of Knox and Warren County junior college. Committee members and other interested persons were asked to attend. Abingdon Bowling ALLEYCATS LEAGUE Avalon Recreation (Avon), 12-0: Lamberti's Producers, 9-3; Pottery No. 1. 8-4; Master Mix, 7-5; L. & E. Billiards, 6'/a-5'A; Pottery No. 2 5>,i-6V.; Legion, 5-7; Black's Standard (Avon), 4-8; Abbe Lanes, 3-9: Bob's Service, 0-12. High team series, Abbe Lanes 2474; high team game, Abbe Lanes 909/ High individual series, Hobe Bucher, 506; high individual game Hobe Bucher, 234. WEDNESDAY - NIGHT OWLS Rudy's Shell, 11-1; Trade Winds 9-3; Craver's, 8-4; Sandovals, 7-5; Abbe Lanes, 7-5; Charm Center 7-5; Blue Bell, 5-7; Mac's Music, 3vi-8',4; Thurman's Trucking, 2-10; Shank's, Vj-llVi. High team series, Sandovals, 2734; high team game, Sandovals, 939. High individual series, J. Sweney, 532; high individual game, J. Sweney, 193. Right Roofing Snubs Storms, Repels Rain Once a vicious windstorm has blown itself out and the skies have emptied their last bucketful of rain, some homes stand unscathed, while others are seriously damaged. Why? It may be a miracle, but more likely it was foresight on the part of the home owners. The houses that suffer the least damage from wind and rain usually are those with wind- resistant roofing. If the roof holds, the interior of a house is protected from the torrential rains that generally follow hurricanes and other windstorms, causing a major part of the costly damage. Wind-resistant asphalt shingles are either self-sealing or interlocking. The former have a factory-applied adhesive that bonds them firmly to shingles below; the latter have slits or tabs to provide a tight joint with adjoining shingles. Those thai carry the UL wind resistant" label have met the Underwriters' Laboratories specifications for weight, fire resistance and durability, as well s for wind resistance. After touring Texas coastal cities struck by Hurricane Carla in I960, Norvel F. Favela, president of the Houston chapter of the Society of Residential Appraisers, commented, "One valuable lesson was learned — that self-seaiing asphalt shingling can withstand the action of high winds. A check of roofs after the storm proved that these shingles WE WILL BE IN THE ABINGDON & AVON VICINITY WITH OUR DYNA VAC POWER CLEANING UNIT SEPTEMBER 19 and 20 We clean furnaces, boilers, chimneys, hot and cold air ducts and registers, fireplaces, smoke stacks, corn cribs, grain bins, basements or anything that requires a high powered vacuum. For free estimate* contact or phone Cole'» Standard Service, Abingdon—83; o* Yemon Allison, Avon—465-3801. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE SATISFACTORY C. B. HOLSTINE-Ph. 3-3831-411 W. Ad«m$ St.-Micomb Author Finds Success by Owning Self By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-"I hate paternalism," said author Irving Wallace, whose books now sell like sardines in Norway. "I don't want any big daddies around me. "If you own 51 per cent of yourself, you've got a good deal—and you can be happy. But if you own only 5 per cent of yourself, you're in bad shape." Back in 1958, his friends felt Irving was set for life. Beginning with a $5 sale to a turf periodical at the age of 15, he had turned out 500 magazine articles and short stories. Fifteen of his movie scripts had been produced and he was on the payroll at $1,000 a week as a screen writer. "But the money wasn't doing me any good, although it seemed awesome at the time," Wallace recalled. "It just brought me more drinks or a more expensive suit. "Hollywood shakes your sense of values. And I felt like somebody was holding my arm whenever I wrote. "I was tired of being treated like a mechanic or a literary carpenter. I was tired of writing scripts and magazine articles. I wanted to write books so I'd be free to say what I wanted to say." So Wallace decided to turn his back on $50,000 a year and take up novel writing, a field in which the average practitioner earns about the same as a charwoman —but has fewer fringe benefits. "That was my moment of truth," he said. "But I shook all the way to my typewriter." Using the same second-hand rebuilt typewriter which his parents gave him on his 13th birthday, Wallace has turned out four novels and two biographies since 1958. All have been sold to the movies, but he really hit the jackpot with "The Chapman Report" and "The Prize." His latest novel, "The Three Sirens," was picked in advance of publication as a book club selection and auctioned to the films for $300,000. Financially now in the millionaire class, Wallace has found his social standing in Hollywood has risen remarkably, too. "As a screen writer you defer to stars and producers and rarely go to their parties," he said drily. "But as a novelist, I find that has all changed. "They not only respect you. They treat you as an equal, and are anxious to meet you." GalesburgRegfster-Moff, Gafesburg, HI. Monday, Sept, ±6, •.1 .963L.3L Cubs Failing In All 3 Categories CHICAGO (AP)-It is becoming more and more evident that the Chicago Cubs are going to fail in three different categories this season. Having all but slipped away in the last three weeks was the chance of a first division finish and with it the possibility of the Cubs drawing a million people at home. Still another milestone which is becoming evasive is Dick Ellsworth's bid to win his 21st game. The Cubs and Ellsworth dropped a 3-1 decision to the Cincinnati Reds and John Tsitouris Sunday and found themselves trailing Philadelphia and Cincinnati, tied for firth place, by 3Vfe games. The Cubs have only 12 games left to play and chances of a first division finish are very slim since they have to catch two teams. The Cubs drew 11,261 Sunday. This leaves them better than 55,000 shy of the million mark with only five home games remaining. They take on Milwaukee Friday. Saturday and Sunday and then face St. Louis the following Tuesday and Wednesday. They must average a little more than 11,000 in each game to finish with a million. Ellsworth was tagged with his 10th defeat against 20 victories Sunday. He wasn't an exceptional ROBERTSON PLAYS "PRESIDENT"-Cllff Robertson has the role of LI, (J.g.) John F. Kennedy in the movie "PT 109," which tells of the President's exploits in 'the Pacific during World War If. It is now playing at the Orpheum Theater. RECALLS BATTLE—Diane McBain, Philip Carey, James Rest and Fay Spain star in "Black Gold," the story of oil in Oklahoma during the early 1920s. The feature is playing now at the West Theater. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Grade School Teachers Are Introduced at PTA Meeting came through with little or no damage." Herbert C. Heath, chief architect in the Houston FHA office said, "We learned a great deal rom the hurricane. It was a major test of how shingles react during high winds. I am convinced that asphalt shingles properly nailed and sealed down will withstand the winds we get in Houston." KNOXVILLE - The first meeting of the Grade School PTA of the new school year was held in the all-purpose room of the Mable Woolsey Elementary School. In the absence of the president, Mick Lacy, the meeting was conducted by the vice president, Mrs. Gordon King. Following a prayer by Rev. Miles Jackson of the Methodist Church, principal Leo Cummings introduced his faculty of teachers and chairmen of the various committees were introduced. Mrs. Paul Ford, chairman of the ways and means committee, announced the date for the carnival as Oct. 26, and plans for an ice cream social near the close of the school year were discussed. A name for the new junior high gymnasium was also considered. It was voted that a certain amount of money be given each teacher from the PTA to be used in her classroom. A past president's pin was presented to Gordon Thompson. Room count was won by Mrs. Virginia Newcomer's second grade and Mrs. Altha Tucker's sixth grade. Following a brief talk by Supt. Raymond Bartee, lunch was served in the cafeteria by mothers of Mrs. Marjabelle Moore's fourth grade, Mrs. Laura Price's third grade and Mrs. Dorothy Ramp's fifth grade. Orange Unit Meets The major lesson, "How Do You Rate as a Shopper?" was presented by Mrs. Lois Taylor, Howlett Wants To Continue as State Auditor PEORIA, 111. (AP)-Michael J. Howlett, Chicago Democrat, has indicated that he plans to seek re-election as state auditor. Howlett, who was elected to his first term in 1960, made his intention known in an interview before a speech at a dinner sponsored by Business Opportunities for the Blind, Inc. He told his dinner audience that money invested in the training of the handicapped is recovered by the state many times over because it keeps the handicapped off relief rolls and provides a broader tax base. pitcher and his teammates gave him little support. They made only three hits and scored their only run in the ninth inning on a home run by Billy Williams. The Cubs open a four-game series in Pittsburgh tonight with Larry Jackson (H-15) facing Bob VeaJe (2-2). home adviser, at a meeting of the Orange Unit of Homemakers Extension at the Orange Chapel Hall recently. The minor lesson, "History of Our Organization—State, County, National and International," was passed to members as the lesson leader was unable to be present. Roll call was answered with shopping hints by 14 members. Mrs. Guy Cramer, chairman, presided over the meeting. Reports were given by vice chairman, Mrs. George Dredge and Mrs. Darrell McMeen, council member. There will be a kickoff meeting at the Farm Bureau building for a membership drive Sept. 25 at 9:30 a.m. The hat-making lesson was announced for Sept. 30. Annual Day will be Oct. 7 at the First Christian Church. Reservations for the luncheon are to be in the office by Oct. 1. Mrs. Ruth Potter has been secured as the new assistant home adviser in the county. A note of thanks was read from the DeLong Models 4-H Club which the unit sponsors. Refreshments were served from a table centered with a bouquet of garden flowers by the hostesses, Mrs. Rudy Sanburg and Mrs. Harold Griffith. Guests were Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Jennie Liniger and Neal Hubbard. The next meeting, in October, will be with Mrs. Lawrence Cook. Leads Services Rev. I. L. Bevard of the Evangel Temple of Galesburg conducted worship services at St. Martha's Nursing Home Sunday. Vocal solos were by Rev. Mr. Bevard, Mrs. Russell Craig, pianist, and Mrs. Rhoda Hillier, who also gave a saxophone solo. Constitution Week Mayor Franklin Burgess, along with all the other mayors of communities throughout the United States, has asked citizens of Knoxville to aid this week in the observance of the 176th anniversary of the adoption of the U. S. Constitution. Good Samaritan Chapel — Prayer service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study illustrated with motion pictures Friday 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school Saturday 9:30 a. m. Missionary period 10:30 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. Briefs Ada, Ralph and Earl North of rural Yates City are new residents of St. Martha's Nursing Home. Miss North observed her 86th birthday Sunday with many callers, including relatives and friends from Wisconsin, Yates City and California. Lucretia Leffingwell Chapter, DAR, will observe Constitution Week at the first meeting of the season with a luncheon and patriotic program at the American Beauty Restaurant Friday at 1 p.m. Clarified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATE Effective April 1. lflM Word* 7-days 4 -day* 1-day 1-90 | 9.90 | 1.14 I 1.30 11-15 | 9.09 | 9.08 1.49 96-90 | 4.37 1 9.90 1J7 91 -3d I 8.10 1 9.39 1.01 30-40 1 8.89 1 3.07 9.07 41-38 | 0.88 1 4.90 9.39 40-M 1 7.90 ' 4.04 9.80 (Replies Mulled Out-of-town) Mo Card of Thank* In Memortami Lodge Notice* 1 !-ln< J M -Inch ot lets 00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks THE family of Mrs. Ella Pearson wishes to thank all who were so thoughtful during our time of bereavement, Other Notices THIS Is to notify nil real estate dealers and corporations that we are taking our property at .144 N. Seminary. Galesburg, [II., out of their hands this lflth flay of September 1983. Mabel & F. W. Hellener Sr., ___, .144 N. Seminary. Lost and Found—1 GONE FOR GOOD? Not tf you quickly placo • LOST AD Phone 342-5101 BLACK billfold lost containing money Virginia driving permit and other Important papers. Please bring to Police Station. Reward Is offered. Business Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now Is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whitorock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you Dleases us. WE APPRECIATE vour business. Call us anytime. Cltywlde Rubbish Removal. 343-8069 or 3434136 WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Producta, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-B year payment plan. 20 Public Square. 343-6535 Nlte 343-5404. SMALL Electric Appliance Repairs All Popular Makes. ELECTRIC SHAVERS, VACUUM CLEANERS. All Work Guaranteed Call 342-3767. EAVES Cleaned and flushed. Also wln- dows washed. 343-8771; 342-6023. FURNACE CLEANING and repairing. Stoker repairing. Stokers Installed. 343-4674. GOOD COAL SALE September only. Stoker, lump, $10 ton, 5-ton orders. Washed, oiled, chemically treated. Special trash rates. 342-2075. R. Watts. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. - 343-6813. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work 133 N. Seminary 343-2318 LAWNBUILDING Excavating driveways. Black dirt, seeding, sodding and white rock. Paul Bledsoe. 343-2206 or 343-6770. Tra nsporta tion—3 DRIVER WANTED to Reno, Nevada, leaving about October 1st. References exchanged. Box 802, care Galesburg Reglstcr- Mall. WANTED: person to drive my car to Los Angeles area. Woman preferred. References exchanged. Write Box 810, % Register-Mall. Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture TRY DIADAX Tablets (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet). New name, same formula, only OBc at West Drug Company AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying or selling. Call 342-0360 TAVERNS, Triple money back If Rlcsen Clear Glass is not the best bar, back bar, bottle, mirror, table and glass cleaner for less. G. 8c M. Distributors, 342-6185. Male del, Wanted—5 Area Sales Manager I need a man In this area who has the ability to train and supervise other:; and lead them into increased sales. He will represent a Multl - Million Dollar Co.. well accepted in this area. Age 30-52. some college and sales management experience preferred. $150.00 weekly drawing account. Group insurance. WRITE BOX 804 % Register-Mall, Galesburg, III. 2 OPENINGS In our Sales and Service Dept. for men of good character. No special skills are required. Ages 21 to 55 years. Car useful Advancement to management available in accordance with your ability. For personal interview Call 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M. MAN wanted for year round work on farm, must be experienced with livestock and machinery, reliable, modern 6 room house, on school bus route. Carl Seller, Oneida. 4832002. LOCAL concern has opening for person with the following qualifications. Married, age 23 to 40 and at least a high school graduate. Salary is open. For interview call 343-4492 after 4:30 p m. HOUSE and yard man. In country near Peoria. Single pensioner preferred. State experience, give 2 references In first letter. Good home for right party. Write Box 303. care Register-Mail. Mate Help Wanted—* NEED tOXPt rtnd tfl« M»t through a wider choice Phone 343-8161 to plan yettr WANT AD MARRIED man for year round farm work. Experienced with livestock and machinery, Write Rox 777, care Register-Mai! giving references. JANITOR Must be neat, honest and Wilting to work, age 33 to 50. Insurance, bonus, trust fund Apply In person between 3 and 3 P.M. Steak 'N Shake. Ml E. Main. COST ACCOUNTING Opportunity available Immediately for young man Interested In cost accounting work. Position Involves computation and determination of cost figures. At least two years college required, cost accounting experience preferred. PERMANENT WORK FULL EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS — APPLY — ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 272 East Simmons St. WE NEED MEN Over 21 who desire dignified, rewarding work: and financial security. We have no time for those who are not sincerely Interested In earning over $12,000 a year. No gimmicks, a sound business, training free. Only responsible men need apply. Interview will bo made In your home. Write: D. Porter, Box 4, Monmouth. Illinois. QUAD-CITY Chrysler Dodge Dealership has opening for first class mechanic, many fringe benefits. Including paid vacation, hospital Insurance, life Insurance, paid holidays, Handler Motor Sales. 508 Main Street. Davenport, Iowa. Experienced refrigeration serviceman with knowledge of genera! maintenance connected with super-markets. Transportation, tools and equipment furnished. Must be able to relocate in Burlington, Iowa. Write giving experience, age, previous employers, references, etc, to: Benncr Tea Company P, O. Box 1048 Burlington. Iowa Attention: DeVerc Murray, or Phone Area, 319, Plaza 2-5401 Ext, 35. COHEN FURNITURE COMPANY OFFERS: — A challenging position for a top notch experienced, professional salesman, Downstate's largest homo furnslhcrs, stocking over two million dollars worth of America's finest brands needs a man or woman who Is not afraid of work, who can develop a good Dersonal call list, who knows how to sell and applies a positive mental attitude. A knowledge of furniture or appliances Is highly desirable but Is not essential. Our multl-mllllon dollar volumo makes high earnings possible on our commission plus bonus plan. Also many company fringe benefits. If this ad describes you, write or phone for an appointment — I want to see you. Mr. Goldstein COHEN Furniture Co. 336 S. W. Adams St. PEORIA. ILLINOIS LARGE Casualty and Fire Insurance Company desires a man between the ages of 25 and 35 to train as a Claims Adjuster. Good starting salary, expense account, group Insuranco and retirement benefits. Write your qualifications to P. O. Box 120, Kewnnee, Illinois. LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 21, who Is near, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Write Box 819. care Register-Mall. LEAD guitar player or piano- organ player wanted. For rock 'n roll Playboy Band. Ph. 3436834 after 5:30 p.m. ROUTE salesman, age 25 to 45. married. Steady work, no lay off. Goorl opportunity. Apply In person. Knox Laundry, 332, E. Ferris St. MAN to service route in Knox County area. Home svery night, 22 through 35, married. $118 weekly Phone: 343-0342. MAN WANTED To handle delivering of newspapers to carrier boys, between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. Furnish own car. This would be ideal for man who works late shift at factory. Contact Mr. Feldrnan at the Galesburg News Agency, 29 E. Simmons St. COMMISSIONS COME EASY Peak selling season now on for America's largest line LOW PRICED Calendars and Advertising Specialties. BIG FREE KIT includes actual samples calendars from $3.05 to $19.95 for 100 PLUS 130 page full color Advertising Specialty catalog showing hundreds of Items including Imprinted ball pens low us $5.95 for 100. Enjoy year around profits with our complete line Business Printing. NATIONAL PRESS, NORTH CHICAGO 3, ILL. SALESMEN for America's foremost adv. specialty line—executive gifts. Top comm., bonuses. Season on. Samples furnished. Continental Calendar, 7319 N. Western, Chicago 45. Female Help Wanted—6 tt I sin J t rCfflSUtJ HfJrp Tf SJlrecU"""* AVON PRODUCTS Christmas sales are in full swing! Why not earn some extra money by servicing customers? Openings: Galesburg and townships of Galesburg, Knox, Henderson. Cedar and Copley. Write Mrs. Enid Dernmel, 1430 N. Kellogg, Galesburg. 111. Tele. 3420360. SECRETARY for local iaw office, legal experience helpful but not required. Give references and previous or present employer in first letter. Write Box 800, "A Register-Mail. LADY to do babysitting, light housework, and ironing in my home from 11 to 8. 2 children, ages 3 and 6. $25 week. References Write Box 811, ',i Regislei-Mail. _ PART TI ^F7TlETiMVA ~NTED With housework and children. :m-o:;n _ Your S(/are Time Worth $175? FREE GIFT offer to prove you can make big money from now to Christmas showing beautiful new Christmas Cards to friend*, relatives Exquisite personalized and religious greetings, gift items. Write for Sample Outfit on approval. Southern Greetings, 478 N. Hollywood, Dept. 132, Memphis 12, Tenn. WIDOWER or middle-aged lady housekeeper to take care of a nice home for a widower. In city. Write Box 773, % Register- Mall. AVON CALLING Avon Christmas sales start Sept. 16th! Why not take advantage of this opportunity to earn money? in Galesburg and surrounding townships. Write: Mrs. E. Demmel. 1433 N. Kellogg or call; 342-0360 (eves.) WANTED-? CSSf derX W Oflt* burg otlim. Must be fddd in mathematics. 5 -day wee*. US weekly to start. Send resume and references In own hgMWtiU Ing to Box 778, cafe RigHtof* Mall. WAITRESS WANTED . Clean, neat, experienced, MJHftlf furnished. Apply after J at Twin Chefs Restaurant, 108 C. MalftV FRY COOK WANTED Apply in person, Circle T Truck Stop. Knoxville Road. w A iTREss w Ajrr3__" DISHWASHER WANTED . Meals and uniforms furnished. Steady work. Apply in mttm after io A.M. American Beauty Restaurant. 308 E. Mal« St. DENTAL Assistant. Send infof* mation on health, education, experience, famtly status, age, etc. to Box sot, care Register- M_i Male, Female Help Wanted 1 FULL or part time, to present family security program. Call 342-5319 for appointment. Oak Lnwn Memorial Garden*. 408 Hill Arcade. WANTED — Men or women to supply families In Pt. Galesburg or Abingdon with Rawlelgh household products. Dealers now making sales over $15,000 yearly. Start, with $30 or $100 cash or use our time payment plan. See or write Francis Sheetz, 173 Day St., Galesburg. Ph. 343-4874 or write Rawlelgh, Dept. ILI 380- J48, Frceport. Ill NO HELP WANTED Huddle Drlve-In Henderson 8c Dayton—342-0141 Employment Wanted—8 WELL experienced middle-aged man would like bookkeeping or accounltng work. Moderate salary. Write Box 770, ear* Galesburg Register-Mall. QUALIFIED carpenter. Guaranteed work. Cabinets, stairs, etc. Very reasonable prices, Free estimates gladly given. Ph. 342-0012. " Instruction— 9 U.S. Civil Service Tests! Men-women. 18-52. Start high as $102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of Jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE Information on Jobs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box 619, % Register-Mall. Business Opportunity—18 Before Vera INVEST. INVESTIGATE! The Qautburg Register - Mall attempts to determine ih* reliability ot the advertiser m el] eds requiring aa Investment. It cannot, however, guarantee all such offers. We recommend that rou INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST ' SMALL store for sale. Doing good business. $350. Inquire at 528 S. Academy, 7 'till 0 dally. TAVERN with living quarters. Good going business. Established 20 years. Fully equipped. Selling on account of health. Monmouth, III. Write Box 808 % Register-Mail. Wanted to Buy—11 GUNS. GOLD COINS Cash for ptstols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coins. Gil Hebard Guns, Public Square, Knoxville. Afternoons 1-4 :30. 28Q-453B. TOP price for used furniture. appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns. Jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post. 028 E. Main. 343-1018 : 343-8241, GAS SPACE HEATERS Lawson Trading Post, 928 East Main. 343-1918. 3-13-6241, WANTED TO BUY — Tractors, trucks and cars for parte. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg. Ill Ph 343-1914 DOOR measuring 32',V* wide by 70" or 80" long. Phone 343-1848. Rooms for Rent—12 CLOSE IN NORTH Large nicely furnished sleeping room, second floor, newly decorated, steam heat, TV aerial, telephone available. Call 342-3491 NICE sleeping room, large closet, close to bath. Phone 343-3052. 837 W. Main St. MODERN large room, private entrance, telephone. Close in. Gentlemen only. Call after 5. 343-3756. LARGE sleeping room. Pleasant, close to town, telephone, private bath. For gentlemen only. Best of references required. Ad- Joining room available. Dial 3421661. Furnished Apartments—14 3-ROOM furnished apt., close in. 1st floor. Also 2-room apt. Call after 6. 343-7028. ATTRACTIVELY furnished efficiency apt. $70. Includes all utilities Downtown location. Bullis-Horn Agency. Days 3431110: night .143-5455, 342-1738. 3 ROOMS and bath lower apt. 3 blocks from town. Middle-aged lady or couple Also 1 room ef- ficlency. 343-3574. FURNISHED 5-room lower apt. 43 S West. Private entrance, bath. Utilities furnished. Adulta preferred. For information Ph. 343-8503 NORTH — 2-room upper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk In closet. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 3423401 FURNISHED 2 room and kitchenette apt., private bath; utilities included. Second floor. 3421203 after 4:30. 4-ROOM first floor apt., furnished, utilities paid. $80. 4-room first floor apt., unfurnished, utilities paid, except electricity. $73. Phone 343-8433 or 343-2820. 3 ROOMS, bath, furnished. Private. 59 AUens Ave. CaU Saturday or evenings after 5 p.m. LOWER furnished 3 rooms and bath. Utilities, antenna, separate entrance, parking space Nice neighborhood. Employed couple. No drinking. 343-6483. FIRST FLOOR FURNISHED 2-Room Apt. Utilities furnished. Gas heat and antenna. Prefer middleage or working couple. Call 342-2851. CLEAN 3 room apt., furnished. close In, gas heat, share bath. Lady preferred. $30. 169 Sumner Sts. Ph. 343-4383. George W Foreman 3 ROOM furnished apt. Ideal for employed couple. Close to town. Call 342-1051 early moxn- ings or evenings. Rent your APARTMENT or SLEEPING ROOM through a WANT AD 2 ROOM FURNISHED APT. Closet, near bath. Private entrance. Utilities furnished. Inquire t>43 N. Prairie. H (Continued on page W

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