Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

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Dodge 880 fill Offer Nine Models to 1964 Customers Dodge will offer nine models in the 880 and Custom 880 series for 1964, with all of them built on a . 122-inch wheelbase. They will go on display Friday. New features for the new models include: optional steering wheel with seven driving positions, new four-speed manual transmission, better air condition- LaFayette 4-H'ers List New Officers LaFAYETTE - The first meeting of the Goshen Plow Boys 4-H Club was held at the home of Mr. Don Main Sept. 6. There were four new members. The members and some guests met at the schoolhouse and were taken on a hayrack provided by Raymond DeWolfe. Officers elected were president, Dale Nelmes; vice president, Ronnie Shambaugh; secretary, Claudia Lahr; treasurer, Bob Anderson; reporter, Steve Lahr; federation delegates, Terry Dorman and Ronnie Shambaugh, and recreation chairmen, Lyn Harland and Rodney Dorman. LaFayette Briefs Weekend guests in the Harold Todd home from Chicago suburbs were Bill and Tom Todd, their guests Joy Gamble of Kewanee and three college friends from the suburbs and Sandy Griffin from Galva. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pendarvis spent the day last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Pearl Anderson near Smithshire. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pendarvis "spent several days last week visiting relatives and friends at Ottumwa and Des Moines, Iowa. They also visited several places of interest while in Iowa, like "Little Brown Church in the Vale, Nashua, Iowa, and Hoover's old home and library at West Branch, Iowa. TICKET Information The Black Hills PASSION PLAY Sept. 29 & 30 Call or Write Galesburg Register-Mail 140 S. Prairie 3425161 ing and other improvements such as better fuel economy. The Custom 880 will have six models and the lower priced 880 will have three nodels. All will have a broad, concave grille with a pattern of small rectangles, and a slender bar across the grille connecting the headlights. The adjustments of the steering wheel total 5Ms inches vertical movement to greatly add comfort for the driver. Standard will be a 361 -cubic-inch V-8 engine, with a 383 -cubic-inch V-8 carried as an option. More splash shields for protection against dirt and water have been added under the hood, the sparkplug ignition cable assembly has improved insulation and a full-flow automatic transmission oil filter Is used to help prolong transmission life. As in the other Dodge models, seat-belt anchors have been relocated to leave the rear floor without obstruction. The 1964 880 models will offer a selection of 13 exterior colors, including a gold in conjunction with Dodge's 50th anniversary in the car manufacturing business. Ten two-tone combinations will be offered also. On the inside the interior colors available will be blue, tan, red, turquoise and gold. The length of the 880 and Custom 880 sedans, hardtops and convertibles is 17 feet 10.8 inches, and station wagons are an inch and a half longer. "We firmly expect that the advances in new models will strengthen their position in this important sector of the new-car market in 1964," says Byron J. Nichols, Dodge general manager. Dinner Planned By Woodhull Clover Firemen WOODHULL — Clover Township Fire Protection firemen met last week at the fire station. Chief Wayne Falline announced that a steak dinner for all firemen and their wives is scheduled Oct. 20 at the Village Cafe. A thank-you note was read from Mrs. Inez Furs and Cecil for service rendered. Those named for in-town duty for the next month are Richard Taylor, J. B. Toft, Lewis Bell, Robert C. Anderson and Richard Lundeen. READ THE WANT ADS! MILLINERY O.T.'s Second Floor genuine mink hats Lustrous mink hats of mink skins, mink tails and mink plates. So stylish as capettes, deep toques, pillboxes and high crown bubbles. Hats to add fashion elegance to every outfit. Come see and try on these lavish minks. Gofesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Wednesday, Sept. 18, 1963 11 Club Meets DODGE m GOES ON DISPLAY FRIDAY—This and eight other models of the medium-priced Dodge line will appear in dealers' showrooms Friday. Newest feature win be a manual four* speed transmission and an optional tilting steering wheel. Read the Register-Mail Want Ads At Fairview FAIRVIEW - The Friendly Circle Club of Fairview met Wednesday with Mrs. Lois Shawgo. A moment of silent prayer was given In memory of Mrs. Leona Geeseman, a charter member of the club. Plans were also made for a club tour Oct. 16 to Peoria. Happy Birthday was aung for a member, Mrs. Gretta Vollmar. Guests were Mrs. Alice Chatten, Mrs. Barbara Wilson and Mrs. Vera Rock. Mrs, Shirley Herbert, co-host' ess, conducted three games and awarded prizes to U»« following, |||.|tf| C pgoil Coiitlty winnerr,: Mrs. Olive McKecvcr, 1 " Mrs. Helen Hurst and Vcrlie Wright. The Western Star Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Luella Melick. The afternoon was spent playing canasta and visiting. Mrs. Onela Miller. Miss Lurley Witt and Mr. and Mrs. Malcomb Hedgcox, of Carlinville, were business callers in Fairview Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bruniga of Farmlngton were visitors In the home of Mrs. Ethel Vin Carnp Wednesday. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Party Picks Officers BIGGSVILLE - A Henderson County Democratic Woman'* Club was organized at the Media Community Hall Sept. 11 with a large attendance. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. Jerry Hull, Media; first vice president, Mrs. C. L. Pullen, Gladstone; secretary, Mrs. Harold Newton, Kelthsburg; treasurer, Mrs. Robert Meyer, Media; publicity chairman, Mrs. James Hlgnight, Biggsville. 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