Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 18, 1963 · Page 27
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4 Golesburi • i ister-MaiL Golesbur tgns New Engines Wednesda Buick will introduce three new engines and two new supeMuf- bine transmissions when the 1964 models go on display Oct. 4. The Super Turbine 400 and 300 are designed to give up to 43 per cent more wheel thrust, according to Edward D. Rollert, Buick general manager and General Motors Vice president. The 400 will be standard on Riviera and Electra models and optional on the Wildcat and Le- Sabre models, while the 300 will be available 6s qptional equipment on all models of the Special and all LeSabre models, except the Estate Wagon. f Biggsville Clitb New Officers Seated BIGGSVILLE — The Biggsville Community Club opened its new year activities Sept. 11 at the United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Emery Anderson, retiring president presided until the new president, Mrs. Charles Rhoades, was installed. Mrs. Myrtle Ash, Warren-Henderson Bi-County president, installed the following officers: president, Mrs. Rhoades; first vice, Mrs. John Allaman; recording secretary, Mrs. Eugene Fassett; treasurer, Mrs. Stephen Graham Sr. Guests were Mrs. Walker Butler and Mrs. Roy Whiteman. Committee chairmen are: auditing, Mrs. Harry Hutchinson; membership, Mrs. Richard Hutchinson; nominating, Mrs. Ewing Hull; cards and flowers, Mrs. Frances Rankin; parliamentarian, Mrs. John Gridley; club mother, Mrs. Laura McHenry. Department chairmen are: American home, Mrs. Frank Anderson; American citizenship, Mrs. Oscar Dowell; public health, Mrs. Clair Smith; art and literature, Mrs. Harry Hutchinson; education, Mrs. Roy Weir; music, Mrs. Richard Liston; international affairs, Mrs. Clyde Dixon; movies and television, Mrs. Jess Higbee; publicity, Mrs. Wayne Pearson; gardens, Mrs. Ben Hill; legislation, Mrs. Carl Hector, and conservation, Mrs. Ray Smith. The program chairman, Mrs. Frank Anderson, presented Mrs. Lance Steele, who sang two numbers playing her own accompaniment on the guitar. Speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Ash who told of the work of various clubs through the district. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ben Hill, Mrs. Guy Renstrom, Mrs. Clair Smith and Mrs. Beulah Pendarvis. Guests were Mrs. Ash, Mrs. C. E. Bergren, Mrs. Walker Butler and Mrs. Lance Steele. Visit Alpha Home ALPHA — Mrs. Don Seaton and her mother, Mrs. Hilma Wongstrom of Tunica, Miss., were guests Thursday at the Claude Shaklee home. Mr. and Mrs. Gay Wongstrom of Lynn Center were also guests. iM A BUM mm King Funk fills the bun from #nd to end with ta$ty all* meat goodness, And, he comes from Mickeiberry's. ft- t .t- /• vJi faie new V*8 engine has increased displacement from 198 cubic inches to 225. Called the lightest weight V-8 on the market is the new aluminum V-8 with cast-iron block and 300-cubic-inch displacement. Optional on the Special and LeSabre series, this engine will have a four-barrel carburetor, and dual exhausts will be available on all Special V-8 models except Estate Wagons. The. 425-cubic-inch engine, with either one or two four-barrel carburetors, will be an option on the Wildcat and Electra 225 models, and optional with two four-barrel carbs on the Riviera. A high- output camshaft is combined with the multiple carburetors. The Special line will use a frame for the first time, with the wheclbase increased by three inches and the length by 11% inches, designed to improve the ride and roadability. The Skylark will have a four- door sedan added to the series, framcless glass windows, new die-cast grille and a special vinyl roof cover design. ' The LeSabre will have a new wrap-around bumper, die-cast grille, headlamps moved out, new front fenders and hood. On the Wildcat, ventiports are designed new and placed above the other, a four-door sedan has been added to the series and a grille has been designed. The Electra 225 will have a new grille, cornering light restyled, ventiports mounted flat against the fender and fender skirts enclosing the rear wheels. Aluminum four-wheel brakes will be continued on the Special series as will the tilt steering wheel and cruise control options. The Special and Skylark series will also have new front and rear suspension systems and new rear axles. . Rioans Attend Gas Survey Session RIO—A group of members of the Rio Woman's Club attended a natural gas survey in North Henderson Sept. 12 in conjunction with members of the Floral Club. Those attending were Mrs. Ira Fritz, president of the Rio club, Mrs. Dave Hendricks, chairman of ways and means, Mrs. Walter Epperson and Mrs. J. A. Pitman. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dye, Rio and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark, Aledo, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rillious Anderson of Seaton, honoring the birthday of Clark. Mrs. Jim Millen and her sister, Mrs. Wayne Williams, Victoria, took their father, Arthur Coziahr, Galesburg, to the University Hospital, Chicago Wednesday for x-rays and checkup. The September meeting of the Eureka Club was held at the home of Mrs. Conard Nelson. In games, prizes went to Mrs. Guy Dye, Mrs. Warren Dye and Mrs. Warren Bowman. Mrs. Phillip Huff, Macomb, Mrs. William Barman, Mrs. Lester Swihart, Lynn Center, and Mrs. Dale Barman and Susan, Alexis, were guests. Mrs, Dale Barman is a former member. Mrs. Phillip Huff, Macomb, has been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conard Nelson, while her husband is away on business. Mr. and Mrs. Huff have recently moved their trailer to Macomb. Mrs. Huff resumed her classes at Western Illinois University this week. Miss Dawn Roberts, New Windsor, is visiting in the home of her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Rudy Pople, while her parents are spending a few days vacation in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dye called on their son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Donald Dye of Macomb Sept. 10. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! It's BUDDY DAY Saturday Afternoon Sept 1:4$ to 4 P.M. Fer 12 y«»r$ old and younger. One admiffion will get you and your BUDDY in for $orne skating fun. GRAND ROLLER RINK 1 1H i. Kn*x f>, »«•)»)! Plans Dinner WOODHULL BUICK SPECIAL CHANGES—For the first time 11 Yi inches. The car is longer and wider, with a in its history, the 19f>4 ttuick Special scries will use a frame* This allowed the designers to Increase the wheclbase three inches and the length wrap-around front bumper and curved glass in the side windows. New Windsor Scouts Gain Recognitions NEW WINDSOR — Two service stars were presented to members of Boy Scout troop at the meeting Thursday evening. Donald Thorp received his five year service star and Michael McGaughy his three year star. Gary Young complet­ ed requirements for second class rank. Eight scouts were present. David Graver was appointed scout craft instructor and Donald Thorp troop quartermaster. The troop committee has appointed Sam Shannon junior assistant scoutmaster. Steve Larson was a guest at the meeting. Plans were completed for the camping "trip Sept. 13. Games were played for recreation. St. John's Al- )ciety of Wbpd- hull met Sept. 12, at the hoftte of Mrs. John LeCleir hear New i Windsor. Assisting hostesses Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mrs. Joseph Raisbeck Sr., Mrs. Wayne Frantz and Mrs. Joseph DeCa£p. The Rosary was led by Mrs. John LeCleir. Mrs. James Bugos announced the menu, committees and Work assignments for the annual chicken dinner Sept. 22 at the Alpha Legion Hall. It was voted to purchase a camera and some film for Ven- sio Edeket, foreign exchange student, who attends St. John's Church. ^ An all-day sewing for medical missions will be Oct. 7 at the home of Mrs. LeCleif. A report oh organization and development was givfcrf by Mrs. Maurice DeSutter Sr., delegate to.tfie National Council of Cath- LEWIS STARS—Jerry Lewis is starred in his laugh provoking comedy "It's Only Money," starting today at the Galesburg Drive-In Theater. The second fun hit, "Who's Got Action/' stars Dean Martin and Lana Turner. Don't Sob For S. O.B. ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) They're vying for the honor of olic Women convention in Peoria • being called an S. O. B. in South St. Paul. Junior Chamber of Commerce members will pick the S. O. B. of the year — but in this case the initials stand for Swell Old Boss. Sept, 8. Others who reported on workshops attended there wete Mrs. Marie Strandberg, retreats; Miss Anna Padavich* charities; Mrs. Claude Rice, music; Mrs. Richard Geiger and Mrs. Richard Cole, Rural Life. \. ' Set Woodhull Meeting WOODHULL — The Dependon class of the Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Malcolm Sr. Meeting of the Rebekah Lodge recently was held in the IOOF Hall. Four guests from the Orion lodge attended. Maxine Krans escorted Flor­ ence C. Johnson, noble grand of the Orion lodge to the altar, then to the Rebekah lodge noble grand station where Noble Grand Nell Jordan was presented the traveling Three Links pin. Shortstop Jim Fregosi of the Los Angeles Angels won 11 letters in baseball, football, track and basketball while at Serra High School in San Mateo, Calif. Corning Ware 9-cup Percolator, Z 4/5 books Top Value Stamps G,E. Transistor Radio, 13 2/5 books Top Value Stamps ^ That's true thrift. 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