Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 17, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 17, 1963
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KNOX VILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N, Timber St Phone 289-9172 Gofesburg RegiVer-Mgil, Gatesburg, Iff. Tuesday, Sept}?, 1963 t| Council Holds Reception For District 202 Teachers KNOXVILLE - The reception for teachers of School District 202 was held at the Methodist Church Sunday evening with the event sponsored by the Council of Churches, an annual event. Jack Ghitalla welcomed the group and introduced Orval Gates, president of the council, the superintendent, principals, teachers and ministers. Rev. Miles Jackson gave the talk of the evening. Vocal selec tions were presented by the Flynn sisters. The group adjourned to the new educational building where representatives from the four churches of Knoxville, Gilson, Maxey and Orange Chapel served refreshments. First of Season The Knoxville High School PTA will have the first meeting of the year in the music room Thursday at 8 p.m. Principal Harding Williams will introduce his faculty of teachers. Selections on the marimba will be presented by Lorelei Stinebaugh, accompanied by Mrs. Gloria White. 4-H Club Meets The Kettles and Treadles 4 -H Club held their first meeting of the new 1963-64 year at the Leonard Hedbloom home. Ann Swanson, president, presided at the business meeting. THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? YES!/ rom OF OMAHA' Mutual of Omahm Iniuranct Co. Call me for full information on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, of fared by Mutual of Omaha, the company that insures more than 1 million 200 thousand senior citizens. |R. L. THOMAS, MGR. 309 BONW BUMS. PH. 343-8583 Ellen Fields gave a demonstration on "How to Pop Popcorn." Mrs. Lois Taylor, home adviser, emphasized the many phases of 4-H work and showed slides. The group sang camp songs preceding refreshments served by the hostesses. To Get Training The following officers of the FHA of Knoxville High School will attend officers training school of Section 9 at Northwestern High School at Sciota Wednesday: Bonnie Poland, Sharon Sharp, Joan Cottom, Sandy Stegall, Tisha White, Carol Clark, Bonita Vaughn, Ann Swanson, Sherry Fishel, Sally Pruett, and advisers Miss Charl Teague, Mrs. Cummings and chapter mothers, Mrs. Robert Peterson, Mrs. Harold Poland and Mrs. Sharp. Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and her mother, Mrs. Oscar Carlson, have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olsen and Sue in Centralia. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wendell Brown and daughter, Marcia, spent Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary I. Brown at Little York. Mrs. Brown and her sister, Mrs. Delia Perry of Chicago, returned home with the Browns for a few days visit. SHARE OF MAIL—Morristown, N. J., farmer Joseph Kucowskl uses an old, out-of-date plow to Its best modernday advantage; he props up his mailbox with It. Yates City Menus Posted KNOXVILLE — Menus for the hot lunch program in the Yates City School District follow: Sept. 18, Chicken and Dressing, Carrot Sticks, Pears - Cottage Cheese, Buttered Peas; 19, Spa- hetti and Meat, -Buttered Green leans, Jello, Cookies; 20, Assorted Sandwiches, Hash Brown Potatoes, Carrots, Chocolate Pudding. Bread, butter and miik are provided. Set Canton DAR Meet FARMINGTON - Farmington Chapter of DAR will meet Sept, 19 at the home of Mrs. Helen Clark, 135 White Court, Canton. Dessert is a luncheon at 7:30 p.m. Program, "Our Constitution," will be by Mrs. Lera Burgess and 'Illinois in Color" by Mrs. Helen Clark. READ THE WANT ADS! WEE WIRELESS—If engineers keep on miniaturizing electronic parts, they'll wind up not only with wristwatch radios but radios hidden in rings. A step in that direction is the tiny receiver held by Karen Speedy, secretary at Westinghouse's Baltimore Defense Center. The receiver, believed to be the world's smallest, was built to demonstrate the possibilities of molecular electronics, currently the ultimate in miniaturization. Powered by a battery held in Karen's left hand, it can receive signals transmitted by a citizens band walkie-talkie up to ranges of about a mile. ABINGDON DOROTHV WH1TSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W Adams St Phone 531 City Council Okays Purchase Of New Police Radio Units ABINGDON—Abingdon City Council Monday evening agreed to authorize its police committee to purchase two walkie talkie radio units to be used in conjunction with those owned by auxiliary police. Leo O'Brien, city attorney, reported on progress of condemnation suit for land needed on sewer project. Following a complaint of excessive speeding on South Jefferson St., it was voted to purchase 12 25-mile per hour speed signs and recommended the police committee survey necessity of placement of same. According to O'Brien, in regard to a plaque which Heckling College alumni desires placed on the former Hedding College site, the city should request the state to place same and the expense be handled according to necessary requirements. Proposes Group It was agreed to pay for flash- lite battery used by auxiliary police, and Mayor Shipplett recommended a committee meet with the auxiliary police regarding a city -subsistence on clothing. Larry Swedlund was commended on his efforts in handling regular and extra duties on behalf of the city. Discussed was necessary action to be taken to provide clean-up of a property on Ellison Avenue. Ford Perry gave the prayer service. Miss Esther Anderson reported Kings Guards will sponsor a new boy at the Cunningham Home. New lists were distributed for the 1,000-point reading program and members were reminded of the October birthday potluck dinner. Mrs. Brokaw asked for volunteers on the all-member visitation program which will continue from Sept. 15-29, inclusive. Planned for Oct. 17 was a visit to Methodist supported homes. Hope Circle hosted the social hour. Guests Welcomed By Homemakers Mrs. Cyril Gibson entertained Abingdon Unit of Hcmemakers Extension Association last week. Guests were Mrs. Mary Anderson and Mrs. Donald Hogan. Mrs. Wayne Cline and Mrs. Ernest Lovitt presented the major lesson on fall bouquets made of such materials as grass, weeds and demolished, with flooring neafh broken through ffllo tftt basement ceiling and walls of the kitchen ruined. The loss was cdv* ered by Insurance. Amount ef damage was unknown. leaves. At the October meeting in th<* home of Mrs. Cline, beginning at 9.10 a.m. with a sack lunch to be served at noon, each member will provide a container and materials for a bouquet and more detailed instructions will be given. Mrs. Jennie Castle gave the minor lesson, "History of Our Organization," which traced activities of earliest to present day homemakers. An invitation was extended all Knox County members to attend the Warren County annual day Sept. 30 in Kirkwood Methodist Church. A hat lesson will he given Sept. 30 at Farm Bureau Building both afternoon and evening. Mrs. Ralph Niles assisted the hostess in serving. Home Damaged As Healer Explodes A gas water heater exploded Friday about 11:30 a.m. at the John Way homo, 104 N. Monroe St., when the family summoned the Abingdon Fire Department but no fire resulted. Cause has not been determined but the heater, approximately 5 to 6 years old, was completely I Aliingdoti New* Notei Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Parker, Burbank. Calif., last week visited for the first time in eight years Abingdon and Galcsburg friends and relatives. Parker was rear* cd in this community, attended Abingdon Grade School and was graduated from Abingdon High School. Congregational Church Esthef Circle will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ruby Famulener. Mrs. Cinda Robinson will give the program and Mrs. Betty Sharp, devotions. DINNER CHICKEN Sponsored by the ST. JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH Woodhull, Illinois SUNDAY, SEPT. 22, '63 Sorvlng Family Slyle — 11:10 n.m. to 2 p.m. nt the American Legion Hall In Alpha. Adutli SI.SO — Children 73c Under 3-yr». old Tt*». WE WILL BE IN THE ABINGDON & AVON VICINITY WITH OUR DYNA VAC POWER CLEANING UNIT SEPTEMBER 19 and 20 Wc clean furnnces, boilers, chimneys, hot and cold air ducts and registers, f Ireplnccs, smoke stacks, corn crib*, grain bins, basements or anything that requires a high powored vacuum. For free oitlmalei contact or phono Cola'* Standard Service. Abingdon—83; or Yimon Alllion, Avon—465-3801. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE SATISFACTORY C. B. HOLSTINE—Ph. 3-2831-411 W. Adams St.-Maeomb Subject Presented At WSCS Meeting "What Is a City" was subject of WSCS Friday afternoon program in charge of Mrs. Roy E. Kiddoo at Methodist Church par sonage. Those assisting in the presentation included Mrs. Don Baughman, Mrs. Eldon Brokaw, Mrs. Stanley Wolford, Mrs. Charles Hagy, Mrs. Guy Dunlap and Mrs. E. C. Bulkeley. Mrs. BOOT-FUL—These elegant boots are featured on the London fashion scene for fall. Designed for cocktail party wear, the boots combine white leather and white lacy embroidery which reaches to the ankle with a delicate scallop edge. I never thought a barn telephone could mean much to my work!" "And how wrong I was! Now that I have a barn extension, I realize I couldn't afford to be without it, It helps me get more work done with less effort in less time, It's . already paid for itself!" Why don't you order yours. Just call the business office. Business Office Phone 343-1113 Family From Virginia Visits Toulon Home TOULON — Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chase and sons Steve and Robert of Alexandria, Va., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cobb. Steve and Robert are enrolled at University of Illinois for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hartley took their son Scott Meyers to Jacksonville, where he will be enrolled at MacMurray College. Mrs. Bertha Cover spent last week visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Green and family at Orangeville. Wayne Anderson entered Kewanee St. Francis Hospital for observation and treatment, NL Calls Up Umpire CINCINNATI (UPD-John Klib ler, 34, an umpire from the In ternational League, has been called up to replace veteran National League arbiter Vinnie Smith, who suffered a leg injury recently. STOMACH THOIJBI.E? Ulcer pain, gas, bloating TAKE HARVEY TABLETS Th« Harvey Stomacb treatment Has given relief to thou*, and*. Our medicine Is designed to form • coating on your stomach, thus to allow healing and protection against exeess stomach add. Ulcer pain, gas, Dloatlnp and stomach distress are mostly the result of too much acid secretion. You wtU Da so pleasantly sur- onsed when in Just a *e* days you will And yourself sleeping much better, having more pep and energy and won't have that feeling of exhaustion due to ttomacb distress This doctor's formula is sold on g money-back guarantee, 48 tablets—full size is only *185. Accept QQ substitute, demand HARVEY TABLETS. Mall orders Oiled. Sold only WEST DRUG CO., INC. w tv Hate GO WffT We PelUei Q*ie»b»*f Eagles Minus Co-Captain for Cardinal Game PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - The Philadelphia Eagles began preparations today for their game against the St. Louis Cardinals next Sunday without the services of defensive star and team co- captain Don Burroughs. Burroughs was suspended for one game Monday by National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle because "he grabbed or shoved" an official following last Sunday's 21-21 tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Burroughs was incensed at a call In the waning seconds of the game which prevented the Eagles from gaining possession of the ball in perfect position for a field goal. Burroughs said he thought Rozelle's reprimand was a "little stiff" but added "I'm really, really sorry, humbly and sincerely sorry." "Sometimes players react emotionally and get carried away," he added. "That's what happened to me, I suppose." Fix Yates City Meet YATES CITY - The Afternoon Circle of the United Presbyterian Church of Yates City will meet for a retreat Wednesday at 10 a.m. A potluck dinner will be at noon. In the afternoon, the Bible study, "One People of God," will be led by Mrs. Eva Chamberlain. Dierking Joins Pros Despite Air Travel HERSHEY, Pa. (UPI) — A former member of the Syracuse Nationals who quit pro basketbal in 1960 because of an aversion to air travel has rejoined his old club, now the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Asso ciation. Connie Dierking, a towering blond center who was the Nats' first draft choice in 1958, worked out with the 76ers here Monday as the club began its 10-day preseason training. Dierking, who played for Syracuse for two seasons, sat out the 1960-61 campaign before coming back with the Cleveland Pipers of the American Basketball League. The 76ers said they plan to use him as an understudy to their regular center, Johnny Kerr. A former teammate of Oscar Robertson at the University of Cincinnati, Dierking is the 13th player to join the Philadelphia training camp. The only holdout currently is Lee Shaffer, a starter in Syracuse last year. When you READ THE CIJVSSIFIEDS! 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