Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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4 Golesburo Register-Mall. Gatesbura, 111. Thursday, Sept19, 1963 "Sunset Silhouette"; novice class, "Climber" by Irene Smith; "In the Bud," Irene Smith; "Mountain Hideaway," Dale Smith; "White Glad," John Kurtz, and "Lake Marie," Dele Smith. Packer Brown of Bettendorf will be the judge for the October slides and prints. GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Band Boosters Plan Session GALVA — The first meeting of the Galva Band Boosters will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the P. U. White School. A welcome will be given to new band members' parents and t hose of junior band. The program will include a reading by Wayne Nordstrom and musical selections by local talent. At a recent board meeting of the organization in the home of Mrs. Stanley Morgan, "Fun and Information" was chosen as the theme for the new year. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard CorkiU GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSION Beautiful Setnle Miiiltilppl SUNDAY a -6 (D.8.T.) Chaiteft any Mm*. Call Evening! and Weakendi BURLINGTON—PLAZA 2-2115 and Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Appell were appointed co-chairmen of the ways and means committee. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hanson head the nominating committee. Camera Club Plans Trip and Picnic The Galva Camera Club discussed plans for a fall trip and a picnic at its meeting Wednesday night. The picnic will be held Sunday in the Victoria strip mine area. Prints have been accepted in the club's August picture and slide contests, judged by Ted and Irma Bolt and Fred and Grace Keel, of Woodhull. Accepted were "George Sharron" by Hubert Frank and "Shady Stream," by John Kurtz; bronze slide class, Hubert Frank's Lynn 4 *H Group Elects Officers The Lynn Busy Boys 4-H Club elected officers at a meeting Wednesday in the Lynn Town Hall. Elected were: President, John Conner; vice president, Alan Curry; secretary, Karen England; treasurer, Linda Jones; reporter, Maradell England; recreation, Dick Conner and Peter Nelson; projects, Robert Palmer; song leaders, Michael England and Richard Conner; federation, Mike England and John Conner; leaders, Richard Palmer and Ray Nelson; junior leaders, Peter Nelson, Robert Palmer, John Conner, Alan Curry, Mike England and Dick Conner. Favored in Race NEW YORK (UPI)-W. Haggin Perry's Lamb Chop was an 8-5 choice for the $75,000 added Beldame Stakes at Aqueduct today. Lamb Chop, a strong candidate for the 3-year-old filly championship, heads a field of 14 fillies and mares starting in the mile and one-eighth test. READ THF CLASSIFIEDS! DINNER CHICKEN Sponsored by the ST. JOHN CATHOLIC CHURCH Woodhull. IHlnoU SUNDAY, SEPT. 22, '63 Serving Family Style — 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the American Legion Hall in Alpha. Adulti S1.50 — Children 75c Under 3 -yra. old Free. Ford Shows Style Changes Key noted by Grille Design FORD CHANGES STYLES—This is the Ford Galaxie 500 four- door sedan, one of the 1964 models the Ford folks hope will improve the 28 per cent increase 1963 models showed over the previous year's cars. This particular model has a new roof line, grille and front end design, and new taHllghts. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Richard E. Hunt, Galesburg Route Paul A. Fclz, 555 Jefferson St. Mrs. Anna A. Watson, Abingdon. Mrs. Winabreth Baughman, Good Samaritan Nursing Home. Mrs. Walter Schaeffer, 1125 Spruce Ave. Robert E. Ellis, 1655 Florence Ave. Mrs. Kenneth Watson, Monmouth. Mrs. Lena Cole, Pekin. David A. Olson, 360 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Winnie Lang, 502 E. Grove St. Benjamin Almaguer, Monmouth. Harry E. Mahon, Helen and Mead's Hotel. Mrs. Charles D. Clark, 530 S. West St. Mrs. David L. Davis, Dahinda. Mrs. Ted Thurman, Hermon. Lee Dowds, Galesburg Route 3. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Hugh W. Allison, Abingdon. Mrs. Robert L. Bundren, 1048 Grand Ave. Jesse L. Campbell, 1139 S. Pearl St. William C. Daniels, 697 Lawrence Ave. Kathy E. Fitzsimmons, 1008 E. Brooks St. Nola J. Garrigan, Galva. Alfred G. Jackson, 344 N. West St. Mrs. Ada P. Sloan, 474' W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Milton M. Stcgali, Abingdon. Mrs. Gordon S. Sunberg, 811 E, First St. Mrs. Gunnard Swartz, 545 Churchilll Ave. Mrs. Vernie V. VanWinkie, 1167 S. Pearl St. Mrs. Olive White, 81 Aliens Ave. OR USE YOUR CCA OR DOWN Will Lay-a-Way Your Selection til Nov. 15th Save up Modern Acrylic Blend for Extra Luxury Wonderfully light to sleep under with the luxury feel and deep nap only an up-to-date blend of 55% Rayon, 20% Cotton and 25% Acrylic Fiber can produce. 100% Nylon Sonifrcsh bindings Convertible Custom Fit Bedside Control Hangers Washable • Mothproof Non-allergenic t SAVE NOW Twin BesMingle Control-Ample 60"x84". 16.95 „ Pevbii Bs«Mingle Cpntrol-Full 72"x84'\ ftefl. 19.95 Payfeif^'-Py^l Controls-? 0% greater width, §0"*84". Reg. 26.95 Kiqgt $mM^§U9\ Controls-104"x92". Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Walter G. Swanson, 242 S. Seminary St. David C. Fell, Altona. Glenn Swartzbaugh, Marietta. Raymond W. Zicgler, Victoria. Mrs. Esquolene Powell, 2133 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. Joan L. Coupland, East Galesburg. Robert A. Longcor, New Boston. Richard E. Longcor, New Boston. Mrs. Margaret L. Sargeant, 515 E. Knox St. Mrs. Doris J. Eyer, 1034 W. Grove St. Terrill L. Bent, 310 .S. Pearl St. Mrs. B.ertha A. Burns, Galesburg Route 1. John E. Walters, Galva. Mrs. Barbara B. Vaughn, 345 Park Lane. Mrs. Beverly J. Tracy. Galesburg Route' 2. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Richard R. Doty, 641 N. Academy St. Mrs. Anna E. Cochran. Kimberly Tcr. Mrs. Pearl A. Moore, Gilson. Debra Davies, DeLong. Betty June Williams, Wataga. Paul C. Wilkins, 513 N Henderson St. Harry C. McConnell, Little York. Melvln L. Hustcrl, Bushnell. Mrs. Edith L. LflFollette. DeLong. Mrs. Marilyn L. Colwell, 231 Benner Ave. Mrs. Jessie A. Nesbit, 532 Arnold St. Frank E. Swanson, Knoxville. Mrs. Ruth E. Jackman, Pamona, Calif. Mrs. Doris M. Paulsgrove, Gilson. Miss Olga Christiansen. Lake Bracken. Mrs. Goldie Cahill, Knqxville. Movie Calendar , THURSDAY, SEPT. IS ORPHEUM: "PT 109," 1:35. 4:00, 6:30 and 9:00 p. m. WEST: "Black Gold," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10 P- m.; "Island of Love," 3:10, 6:30 and 9:50 p, m. DRIVE-IN: "Whos Got Action," 7:20; ''It's Only Money." 9:15. FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If yoo want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNER* DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No diioTderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window JAMES AlANA JOOY M1TCHUM LAOD MtCREA COLOR by OE LUXE "35." PLUS Air Conditioned—Show »Urii 7:30 Adult* 60c — Children 25c CADI THEATRE CAKL KNOXVILLE THEATRE w HVff 7:00 • show a* Dusk Jew lews ITS O NLY A PARAMOUNT KUASE # HUB jmrnm* mm GOT THE, ACTION? Ford designers are talking about the revamping of style in the 1964 Ford, keynoted by a three-dimensional horizontal bar grille. 'the dual headlamps will be more widely-spaced and a full wrap-around bumper helps to give the car a lower, wider front end appearance. Taillights are new for 1964, but still retain tKe traditionally round design. A new rear impact baf is included to resist denting, and also complements the front end by giving the rear a lower look. The four-door .hardtop in Ford Galaxie will have a new roof line, as will sedans and sports hardtops to give each model distinctive character. New bucket seats have been introduced in the Ford Galaxie 500/XL mddels. The seats improve comfort and increase foot room in the rear compartment. To allow for convenience and passenger accessibility in an emergency, the ignition key has been switched to the right side of the steering column. For power, the Challenger V-8 has 289 cubic inches and develops 195 horsepower, and will be standard on all eight-cylinder cars. Heading the list of engines will be the Thunderbird 427 V-8, which develops 425 horsepower. This engine has dual four-barrel carburetors, and will team with the four-speed manual transmission. On the conomy side, Ford designers recommend the six-cylin- Pinehaven Flash Wins in Stretch YONKERS, N.Y. (UPI) - Pinehaven Flash, owned by the Pinehaven Farms of Bridgeville, Del., and driven by Hugh Bell, rallied in the stretch to win the. feature Katona Invitational at Yonkers Raceway Wednesday night in 134 lengths before a crowd of 21,013. The winner paced the mile in 2:03 and paid $9.60, $4.30 and $3.10 across the board. Hogan Hanover finished second by a nose over Lochinver King. The winning daily double combination (Nos. 3-8) returned $179.30. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! der engine with three-speed transmission and overdrive. Other engines that will be available are the Thunderbird 390 V-8 developing 300 horsepower, and the Thunderbird 352 V-8, rated at 2S0 horsepower. Five rear axle ratios in certain combinations with four available transmissions complete the Ford drive assemblies. Available as ah option on the Thunderbird 427 engine will be the Perm>Tuned Transistor !g« nition system. By using a small voltage through the points, con* tact point erosion is reduced. The transistor triggers a heavy cur* rent to the coil to the spark plugs. Thus, points and plugs last longer. The cars will go on display Sept. 27, Rift SHACK ftefiH «« flout* lie AlM, Bail, Chiekoit, r»lod Cniekan, Shrimp, PltM, land* _ Alt Condition** for carry out Mtvle* Call MI-241S Opra Dally at » P.M. _ OPEN 1:18 W EST TOMORROW! ENDS TONITEI "ISLAND Of LOVE" "BLACK GOLD" A Wait DISNGY POXIX* M oi/mmerfflagic Bun D0R*H« D8B0T&H tarinjHAlJkW MIUS • wes • mm wane/ "teMERKEL. f Me HODGES. iteU .POLLARD. m BROWN ScrMnplay by SALLY BENSON • Associate Producer RON MILLER • Diractid try JAMES NEIISON • IBCHfUCOtfT * — PLUS SPECIAL DISNEY FEATURETTE! — TWO PRANKSTERS HAVE A FIELD DA Yt] mm ^WaU Disnci/ YELLOWSTONE CUBS MmHJutvm VIST* OiitributlM C*. Ine. • ® 19(1 WiH MM* froductlMi ..TECHNICOLOR • TOMORROW! AT SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES! iCUFFROBERISONfflfiS TECHNICOLOR*- PANAVtStON*- WARNER BROS ESI 55 DAYS "IREATHTXKING AS El ODT'-f J Times. , WT0RWllYII*GNIrlCEMT !"-7'/m* OF TITANIC ADVENTURE! FLAMING ACTION! EXOTIC PASSIONS! AMID THE SPLENDOR, MYSTERY AND BARBARISM OEPEKING...A RUGGED U.S. MARINE AND A NOTORIOUS ADVENTURESS KEEP A DEADLY DATE WITH DESTINY!, SAMUEL BRONSTON^n CHARLTO SUPER rECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR CO-STAgftHG FLORA R0BS0N • JOHN IRELAND • HARRY ANDREWS , LEO GENN • ROBERT HELPMANN • KURT KASZMAft PAUL LUKAS * ELIZABETH SELLARS - JACQUES SERNAS-JEROME THOR'wwcwDIMITRI TIOMKIN PHILIP YORPAN «i£RNARP GORDON .*»VENIERQ CQLASANTUJQHN MOORE *w NICHOLAS W* mmm SAMUEL EjRONSION *t»pv»w AUtfQ a*ti$ts DISNEY'S BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! 41 .^"Wkm. THERE'S ONLY ONE HAYLEY ...and she's up to her hearty in romance! — ENDS TONITE! — The true story of It. John f. Kennedy's incredible adventure in the South Pacifier t

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