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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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DEATHS AMD FUNERALS MftS. MARY 8. THOMPSON GRESHAM, Ore. (UPI) - Funeral services were held Wednesday for Mrs. Mary Baen Thompson, 77, believed to have been the first woman to attend the Indiana University School of Journalism. •She died in Gresham Monday. OR. HARRY E. JACQUES MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa (UPI) — Dr. Harry E. Jacques, 83, professor emeritus of biology at Iowa Wesleyan College, died Wednesday while vacationing at Niagara Falls, Ont. MSGR. Z. dcVIZCARCA MADRID (UPI) - Msgr. Zacarias de Vizcarca, 86, counsellor general of Spanish Catholic Action and titular bishop of the ancient Diocese of Ereso, died here today. R. E. WALKER CAMBRIDGE - Miss Pearl Wallace of Cambridge received word Wednesday night of the death of her cousin, R. E. Walker of Des Moines. He died Wednesday at noon in a hospital. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Hamilton Funeral Home in Des Moines. MRS. HENRY RENTNER CAMBRIDGE — Mrs. Henry Rentner, 56, of Green River, a former resident of Cambridge, KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois Mrs. Edith B. Hufson 151 East Side of Square, Knoxvilie Funeral services: 2 P.M. — FRIDAY at the KLINCK CHAPEL where the family will meet friends 7 to 8:30 this evening. Interment Maquon Cemetery. died Wednesday at 11:10 a.lfl. at the Moline Public Hospital, where she had been a patient 12 days. Funeral services Will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Stackhouse Funeral home in Cambridge. Friends may call Friday from 7 to 9 p.m., at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the Green River Methodist Church. Burial will be in Rosedale Cemetery at Cambridge. The former Dora N. Moody was born Sept. 5, 1907, at Orion. She was reared in the Cambridge area, where she attended schools. She was graduated from the Cambridge High School and attended Normal University two years. She taught school in Henry County and was a 4-H leader 21 years. She was married to Henry Rentner Oct. 17, 1939, at Princeton, Mo. Mrs. Rentner was a member of the Cambridge Lutheran Church and the Osco Grange. She taught Sunday school in the Green River Methodist Church, and was an active member of the church's Ladies Aid society. Survivors besides the husband, include two brothers, Wallace and Harold Moody of Cambridge, and one sister, Mrs. Carl Carlson of Galva. of Wyoming; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two stepsons, Clifford and Charles Miller, of Peoria; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Floyd White of Toulon and Mrs. Herschel Stilley of Rockton, and a granddaughter, Mrs. David App of Mexico City, Mexico, who was reared by Mr. Knowles. EVERETT BARLOW Funeral services for Everett Barlow, 80, of 767 Phillips St., who died Monday, were conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at Hindi- liff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. John A. Clarke of Knoxville. Burial was at Gilson Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ransom Dalton, Earl Snell, Les Eckman, Kenneth Nelson, Ed Becker and Walter Lindahl. Mrs. Don Teel sang, accompanied by Mrs. A. B. Rosine. WILLIAM T. KNOWLES William T. Knowles, 71, of 2116 W. Rohmam Ave., Peoria, a retired road foreman of the Bur lington Railroad at Galesburg, died Wednesday at 11:50 p.m. at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. here in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call Saturday morning until time of the funeral. Visitation also will be held Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Wilton Mortuary at Peoria. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Knowles was employed by the Burlington 50 years, retiring in 1956. He was born Aug. 20, 1892, at Monica. He was married to Anna Johnson in 1915, and she died in 1955 at Galesburg. He was married to Iva Miller in Peoria in November 1956. Survivors are the widow; his father, George H. Knowles of Wyoming; a son, W. C. Knowles of Galesburg; a brother, Devane Knowles of Wyoming; four sis ters, Mrs. Edith Brockway, Mrs Mary McCluen, Mrs. Inez Bernard and Mrs. Virginia Hughes, Mrs. Joseph Nemelh 755 W. Berrien St. Funeral services: 10 A.M. — FRIDAY CORPUS CHRISTI CHURCH. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary this evening where prayers will be said at 8 P.M. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Mr. John Kokenoloupis 1356 Clark St. Services: 2 P.M. - SATURDAY at FOLEY MORTUARY REV. E. ARAMBIGES, OFFICIATING. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Friday afternoon and evening. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. MOtTUAtY 1 *6 N. Brood U. 342-1913 j H INCH U FF a PEARSON FUNERAL HOMEoVCHAPfl 287 N. Broad Phone 343-2101 MR. HERMAN A. HOLSCHER — 975 Beecher Ave. Services 9:30 A.M. Saturday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. Rosary will be said at 8:15 P.M. MR. ALFRED L. LINDQUIST - 1625 E. Fremont St. Services 1:30 P.M. Saturday at the chapel at the First Methodist Church. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. MR. ELDON L. MARTIN - 1337 N. Broad St. Services 3:30 P.M. Saturday at the First Christian Church. Friends may call Friday evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Christian Church Memorial Fund. MRS. NKLLE B. NORDEEN Funeral services for Mrs. Nelle B. Nordeen, 73, of Wataga, who died Monday, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. E. D. Lyons, pastor of Wataga Congregational Church. Burial was at Wataga Cemetery. Pallbearers were R. S. Lowry, Harry Peterson, Frank Sutor, William Robson, Ralph Rankin and A. H. Canham. Mrs. C. E. Van Norman was organist. ALFRED J. LINDQUIST Alfred J. Lindquist, 67, of 1625 E. Fremont St., died Wednesday at 10:05 p.m. at the Iowa City VA Hospital, where he was a patient a month. He retired as a pumper in 1961 at the city waterworks. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in the First Methodist Church Chapel. Friends may call 'Friday evening at the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. The family suggested memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Mr. Lindquist was born March 24, 1896, in Warren County, and lived in Galesburg 17 :'ears. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and American Legion. He served in the 326th Company of the 82nd Division in France during World War I, experiencing the St. Mihiel and Meuse and Argonne campaigns. He was married to Thressa Y. Williams in Galesburg, Sept. 16, 1950. Survivors are the widow; a stepson, David Williams of Abingdon; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Wil liam Chaffee of Bushnell; a brother Otto of Canton; four sisters, Mrs. Hilma Maharry and Mrs. Esther Fife, of Blandinsville, Mrs. Mamie DeCamp of Macomb and Mrs. Anna Gossard of Bur lington and seven grandchildren. Mrs. Sophia Carlson of Minne^ apolis, Minn., is a maternal aunt of Mr. Lindquist. SYLVESTER VAN DELSOR PRAIRIE CITY—Sylvester Van Delsor, 84, a lifetime resident of Prairie City, died this morning at St. Franci- Hospital in Macomb. Born Sept. 24, 1878, in Warren County, he was married to Iona Miller in Prairie City Aug. 24, 1902. She preceded him in death. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Orpha Fitch of Prairie City, and one granddaughter. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Prairie City Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Prairie City C n- etery. Visitation will be Friday from 7 to 9 at the rV 'and P'uneral Home in Avon. MRS. ZANY HUTSON KNOXV" LE — In the obituary of Mrs. Zany Hutson, 75, of 151 Eastside Square, Knoxville, who died Wednesday, as published in yesterday's issue, the account should have included that three KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAl DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Laurence G. Johnson 456 N. Cherry St. Funeral: 2 P.M. — FRIDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. this evening. William T. Knowles Peoria, Hi Formerly of Galesburg. Funeral: 1 P.M. - SATURDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel Saturday morning until service time. C.E. Wilmoth, Former Track Star, Dies Charles E. (Chet) Wilmoth, 55, of 188 N. Chambers St., a former track star at Abingdon High School and Knox College, was pronounced dead on arrival Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. at Cottage Hospital. Death was attributed to a heart attack. He was removed by emergency ambulance to the hospital from the Galesburg American Legion Home, where he suffered a heart attack. Mr. Wilmoth was employed as a time-study engineer the past 21 years at Gale Products. Funeral services will he held Saturday at 2:30 p. m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, where friends may call Friday evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Established Record Mr. Wilmoth was an outstanding quarter-miier and half-miler at Abingdon High School and Knox College. His half-mile record established in the Knox County High School track and field meet in 1925 remains unbroken. The time was two minutes, six seconds and four tenths. The former Siwash star entered Knox as a transfer student from the University of Iowa, where he also lettered in track. He was graduated from Knox in 1936. He also won a letter in football at Knox. Mr. Wilmoth continued his interest in Siwash sports events after he was graduated and served as timer at Knox track meets during the years. He was born in Abingdon Feb. 17, 1908, and lived in Galesburg 21 years. He was married to Helen Johnson in Ottawa June 8, 1935, and she survives. He was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church, a social member of Ralph M. Noble Post of American Legion. Other survivors arc a son, Danny Charles Wilmoth, a student at the University of Illinois; three brothers, Albert of Detroit, Mich., and William and Edward, of Sandoval, and three sisters, Mrs. John (Flossie) Way, Mrs. Kenneth (Thelma) Kellogg and Mrs. George (Bertha) Dupin, of Abingdon. His parents, a sister and a brother preceded him in death. brothers and a sister preceded her in death. Retired Shoe Store Owner Dies at 66 Hermann A. Hoelscher, fifi, who was proprietor of the Bunker Shoe Store for 35 years before his retirement two years ago, died at 5:23 a.m. today at St Mary's Hospital. While in business he specialized in orthopedic shoe prescriptions and continued on a limited scale after his retirement. Mr. Hoelscher was born Nov. 6, 1896, in Alverskirchen, Germany, and had lived in Galesburg since 1923. He was married here Aug. 20, 1929, to Zelda George, who survives with two children, Herman J. and Mrs. Merle Barstow, both of Galesburg; two brothers, Henry of Aledo and Anton in Germany; two sisters, Mrs. Josefa Schumacher and Mrs. Lisa Rcifeld, both in Germany, and seven grandchildren. Mr. Hoelscher was a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, where services will bo conducted Saturday at 9:30 a .m. He was also a member of the Third and Fourth Degrees. Knights of Columbus, and he was a Vetera \ of World War I. Friends may call Friday evening at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home, where the Rosary will be said at 8:15 p.m. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Cemetery. List(Continued from page 12) RHEUBEN FOWLER BUSHNELL — Rheuben J. Fow ler, 65, died Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. in McDonough District Hospital in Macomb. He was born July 26, 1898, in Bethel Township in McDonough County. He was a member of the Christian Church. On Aug. 26, 1925, he married Miriam Allen. She preceded him in death. Survivors are two sons, Lee, of Commerce City, Colo., Stanley of Monmouth, and Larry of Bushnell, two daughters, Miss Evelync Fowler and Miss Shirley Fowler of Monmouth, two sisters, Mrs. Neva B. Griswold of Colchester and Mrs. Hannah J. Thclps of Macomb, three brothers, John and William of Blandinsville and Charley of Plymouth and nine grandchildren. A son, Max, preceded him also. Services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Craycress Funeral Home, and burial will be in Forest Lawn Memory Garden in Macomb. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 7-9 p.m. of Mrs. Paul Taylor, left Tuesday for her home in Oakland, Calif., after spending several days with the Taylors. Mrs. H. H. Mclvin of Monticello is visiting this week with her sister, Mrs. Paul Taylor, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Enfield arc vacationing through the western states. Mrs. Venice Jordan is spending her vacation in the West. Rally Day and Promotion will be observed in the Methodist Church on Sunday, Sept. 29. Promotion Day will be observed in the Baptist Church on Sept. 29 and Rally Day on Oct. 6. In the Christian Church, Promotion Day in the Church School will be observed Sept. 29 and Rally Day on Oct. 6. Mrs. Alice Miller had as guests on Sunday her two sons and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Miller of New London, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Miller of Rock Island, 111. During the afternoon they visited their father, Elmer Miller, in the Roseville Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass of Nashville, 111., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy. Mr. Glass is a brother of Mrs. McCoy. Gofesburg Register -Moil, Gojesburg, III. Thursday, Sept 19, 196$ 23 Carlos Ortiz Wins Easily HONOLULU (AP)-World lightweight champion Carlos Ortiz made a punching bag out of Philippines champ Peto Accra Wednesday right, stopping him with a technical knockout in the seventh round of their non-title bout. The Filipino from Mindanao never really had a chance. Referee Walter Cho halted the fight with Ortiz, the Puerto Rican from New York City, belaboring his game little opponent without return. He weighed 138Vi> to Acera's 135%. BUSHNELL Corraipondenl MM. Bernard Brlllhart 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 Bushnell-PC Unit Teachers Report on Summer Studies BUSHNELL—During the summer, 17 members of the Bushnell- Prairie City faculty were enrolled in school. Mrs. Ruby Lamer completed all course work at Western Illinois University for her degree which will be awarded in June 1964. Others in attendance at summer school were: Northwestern, Clarence Johnson; Pomona College in California, Richard Scott; Western Illinois University, Katherine Farris, Mavis McCutcheon, William Irvin, Lucille Irvin, Theresia Porter, Mabel Emory, Louise Shanklir., Beverly Huff, Catherine Nell, Elizabeth Shields, Aria Powell, and Verna Hammon; Colorado University, Leland Price; University of Illinois, Mavis McCutcheon, "Dennis Dahl; coaching clinics in Indiana, Iowa and Southern Illinois University, Dale Huff. Travel to various points of interest throughout the United States was reported by members of the teaching staff. John Brophy and Milton Whiteman visited in Mexico. The Western states were visited by Lyman and Mary Lou Avery, Richard Scott, Plan Seminar OQUAWKA - Jehovah's Witnesses in the Oquawka area will attend a 3-day seminar Sept. 2022 at Calvin Coolidge Junior High School in Moline. The local delegation will be joined by congregations from 17 other Illinois cities. An attendance of approximately 800 persons is expected. CLUB HAS OUTING MONMOUTH-Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steele and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Hoj were host couples at the September meeting of the Warren County Saddle Club, held Wednesday night at the Vern Shuler Pony Farm. More than fifty members attended a 7 p. m. wiener roast and hamburger fry in the pasture at the farm. The business meeting was deferred, last night, until the October meeting. Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATS Effective April l. 1093 Word* 7-dayt 4-day « l-daj 1-20 | 3.36 | 2.34 i 1.30 21-25 | 3.92 I 2.68 1.43 26-30 | 4.37 1 2.90 1.57 31 -38 | S.10 f 3.39 1.61 30-40 ! 3.87 2.07 41-35 | 6.55 1 4.36 2.33 46-50 1 7.28 1 4.84 2.58 Inch ot le<M 12.00 BUND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 80o Card ol Thanki In Memonams Lodge Notice* DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. Card of Thanks HOZMAN -- Mny wc lake this method of thanklnR ouv neighbors, friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy In our herravement. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. The Family of Mr. Edward Bozman Abingdon. 111. Lost and Found—1 BLACK male Mexican Chihuahua lost. Ph. 342-2203. GONE FOft GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD Rhone 342-5161. Business Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now Is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whlterock B. J. MARTIN—342-0521 REFUSE SERVICE Pleasing you please* us. WE APPRECIATE your business. Call us anytime. Cltywlde Rubbish Removal. 343-8083 or 3434138 WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas • oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square 343-6535 Nlte 343-8404 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 caU Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. - 343-6813. NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work 135 N Seminary 343-2318. Transportation—3 Male He!* Wanted—4 DRIVER WANTED to Reno, Nevada, leaving about October 1st. References exchanged. Rox 802, caro Galesburg Register MaiL " Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furni ture. AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying or «cU- Ing. Call 342-0360. WANTED — Couples to learn Western style square dancing. Come to the YMCA Jungle room Saturday, Sept. 21. 8 till 11 P.M. Male Help Wanted— 5 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 343-4402 after 4:30 p.m. HOUSE and yard man. In coun- ,try near Peoria. Single pensioner preferred. State experience, give 2 references In first letter. Good home for right party. Write Box 803, care Register-Mail. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice Phone 342-5161 to place vour WANT AD. JANITOR Must be neat, honest and willing to work, age 35 to 50. Insurance, bonus, trust fund Apply In person between 3 and 5 P.M. Steak 'N Shake. 081 E. Main. • LEAD guitar player or piano- organ player wanted. For rock •n roll Playboy Band. Ph. 3436834 after 5:30 p.m. FARM hand for fall work, continued employment for right party, grain only: house available. Write Box 813, care Register-Mail SERVICE REPAIR MAN Washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators. This is a permanent assignment in a large organization. PROFIT SHARING GROUP INSURANCE 40-HOUR WEEK 5-DAY WF.F.K ALL PAID HOLIDAYS Write Box 812 Caro Register-Mail Men Wanted We have several openings which must ho filled immediately! These openings arc full time permanent employment in a leading local industry, for men over 2:\ who have their military obligations behind them. Apply 2140 Grand Ave., Friday. Sept. 20. 12 to 4:.10 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 21, 8:30 to 4 p.m., Monday, Sept. 2.1. 12 to 4:30 p.m. MAN wanted for mill and delivery work. Farm experience preferred. References required. Abingdon Milling Co., Ph. 80. MAN or woman to trnin as manager. Present family security program; part time considered. Oak Lawn. 342-5319 for appointment. LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 2i. who Is near, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Write Box 810, care Register-Mall. MAN to scrvlco routo In Knox County area. Homo every night, 22 through 35. married. $118 weekly. Phone: 3-13-0342. TV SERVICEMAN Must be experienced. Apply In person. Blacks TV, 62 S. Kol- logg- WANTED — Experienced man for year around farm work. References required. Art Wolford. Abingdon, III. Phone 6124 or 80. Female Help Wanted—4J SECRETARY for local law~off- Ice, legal experience helpful but not required. Give references and previous or present employer in first letter. Write Box 809, % Register-Mall. WAITRESS Good hours, good pay, 8 holidays. Friendly Cafe, Abingdon, III. FOUNTAIN Lady wanted—good hours, meals and uniforms furnished. Apply In person after 10 A.M. American Beauty Restaurant. 308 E. Main St. LADY to do babysitting, light housework, and Ironing in my home from 11 to 8, 2 chll drcn, ages 3 and 8. $25 week References. Writo Box 811, e /t> Register-Mail. WAITRESS WANTED DISHWASHER WANTED Meals and uniforms furnished Steady work. Apply In person after 10 A.M. American Beauty Restaurant. 308 E. Main St. DENTAL Assistant. Send Information on health, education, experience, family status, age, etc. to Box 801, care Register- Mail. Male, Female Help Wanted—7 NO HELP WANTED Huddle Drive-In Henderson & Dayton—342-0141, EARN—$175 per hour In your sparo time. Men. women, students. Apply 4-6 P.M. at 218 N. Henderson St., Galesburg or Call 342-2510 for appointment. UNINCUMBERED to live In. Make up dally cash deposit, handle all accounts receivable, detail and controls, all semimonthly payroll and quarterly reports, assist at switchboard, and other front desk stations and in general gradually qualify for top assistant to manager. Will train person interested In Hotel career. Call for appointment, Custer Inn. Jarnes E. Murphy, Mgr., 342-3181, Employment Wanted—8 QUALIFIED carpenter. Guaranteed work. Cabinets, stairs, etc. Very reasonable prices. Free estimates gladly given. Ph. 342-0012. Employment Wanted—# TRACTOR or automotive* ftle> chanlc work wanted by eMXf- fenced mechanic. n&ertmei. Write Bo* 914, care Retfitef' Mall. ." Business opnotHittty^l* _ tffOM !M iftvtff. * imretTioAfti - A The Oa I ashore Retfltttt • MiO •MMlfitt fa MfWIMfl* iR« M» llabllllt ol in* i4*tMlMf tt «fl •d* f«<rnl*irt« «fl tt««tMMM. It cannot, nowrrw, gwaftnfM all inch ousts. w« recommend tfcaf ton INVESTIGATE follf ft*foM Tow WVE8T SMALL store for sale. Doln* good business. $350. Inquire at 526 S. Academy, 7 'till 8 dally. TAVERN with living quarter*. Good going business. Established 20 years. Fully equipped. Selling on account of health. Monmouth. 111. Write Box 808 » Register-Mall. Attention Beauty Operators ' One operator beauty shop .fo* sale. For lnformati6n call 7»4» 10.17 Monmouth, 444 N. 11th. ... Wanted to Bny—11 GU NsT GOLD "corNS Cash fo* pistols, rifles, shotgun* (mod-* ern or antique) and gold cotn* Oil Hebard Guns. Public Square, Knoxville Afternoons 1-4:30, 28!)-4556 TOP price for used furniture* appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns, Jewelry, etc Lawson Trading Post, 028 K. Main. 343-1018; 343-8241. GAS SPACE HEATERS I.nwaon Trading Post. 020 East Main. 343-1018 . 343-8241. WANTED TO BITV - Tractor*, truck* and cars for parts. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co., Knoxville Road. Galesburg. til. Ph 343-1014 ' DOOR measuring 32'V wide by 7!)" or 80" long. Phone 343-1848. Rooms for Rent—12 NICE sleeping room, large closet, close to bath. Phone ,143-3052, 857 W. Main St. MODERN largo room, private entrance, telephone, Close In. Gentlemen only. Call after 8. 3-13-3738. NICE sleeping room and car spuce at 862 E. Berrien. Gentlemen only. Phone 343-34.18. ROOM for rent. North of Losey on Seminary, gas heat; references. Cull 343-3744. LARGE sleeping room. Pleasant, close to town, telephone, prl- vnte bath. For gentlemen only. Rest of references required. Ad- (nlnlng room available. Dial 3421881. LOWER modern sleeping rooms. Private bath and entrances. $12. per week. Call after 8 P.M. 342-0088. _ Room and Board—13 NOW open. The Evergreens. 1188 W. Main St., Galesburg. 111. A state licensed home for men and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 342-3241. _ Furnished Apartments—14 4 ROOM furnished apt. Private bath. All utilities furnished* Adults. 247 Sumner St. ' FURNISHED apt., ground floor: 771 North West St. Rock Ma-? pie furniture. For couple only, TV antenna, tllo bath, garage space, gas hoat. living room, dinette, kitchen, bedroom, spa* clous wardrobe closets. Very private apartment. CaU at above address CLEAN 3 room apt., furnished. close In, gas heat, share bath. Lady preferred. $50. 180 Sumner St. Ph. 343-4383. George M. Foreman. Would the Interested party who culled Monday evening, please call again. APARTMENT — bedroom, living room, kitchen. Utilities furnished. Middle-age employed or retired. 281 W; Tompkins 3430450. WOULD like to share my new furnished ranch home with middlcaged employed lady. References exchanged, by mlddle- nged lady. Phone 343-4005. NICK lower 4 room unfurnished apt. Also upper furnished 2 rooms. Utilities furnished. In- qulro upstairs, 287 W. Tompkins. NORTH — 2-room upper apt. Clean, nicely furnished, walk in closet. Close to bath. Retired or working lady preferred. 3423401. 3 ROOMS, bath, furnished. Private. 30 Aliens Ave. Call Saturday or evenings after 3 p.m. Ren! your APARTMENT or SLEEPING RCOM through a WANT AD BACHELOR APT. N. Chambers. Completely furnished efficiency. $40 month. 3425877 appointment. Furnished 2-Room Apt. Close In. Private entrance. Call after 6. 343-7028. CLEAN 3-room upper furnished apt. Heat, water and TV antenna furnished. 058 N. Cedar. 343-1040. FURNISHED 5-room lower apt. 43 S. West. Private entrance, bath. Utilities furnished. Adults preferred. For IniormaUon Ph. 343-6595. (Continued on page 24) Myron and Adcle Armstrong, Dorothy Hensley, Leila Hello, Leona Curtis, Mary DeMoss and Donna Foster. Those attracted to the Eastern states were Ruth Henderson, Eileen Snowden, Donna Foster and Ethel Henderson. Mamie Oathout vacationed in Florida; Robert Blevins toured Canada and visited relatives in the South; Charles Friedel visited friends in Michigan; Elizabeth Chidester toured in Canada and some of the Northern states, in addition to visiting relatives in the South, and, Wisconsin attracted the following visitors from the staff: Essie Brown, Denton White, Myron and Adele Armstrong. flan Student Jobs Students at Bushnell-Prairie City High School who desire after- school or Saturday employment have indicated their intent by filing a work experience and preference card in the guidance office. Any local businessman or merchant who wishes to employ a student, may obtain a listing of those interested in part-time employment by calling phone 301, the school announced. Navy Offers Test Applications are now available in the guidanco office at Bushnell-Prairie City High School for the Navy's 18th annual NROTC qualification test. The nationwide examination will be given Dec. 14, and all eligible male high school seniors and graduates may apply. On the basis of this test, personal interviews, physical examinations, and other factors, over 2,000 young men will be given college educations as midshipmen in NROTC units in 52 colleges and universities throughout the country. PTA Convenes The East Elementary PTA met Tuesday for a potluck supper at the school. Principal Leroy Crum introduced the teaching staff for the year. Mrs. Essie Brown's first grade room won the attendance banner. Methodist Church Circles Convene The circle meetings of the Methodist Church was held Tuesday. The four circles had as lesson topic, "A Concern of the Whole Church." Ruth circle members held a meeting at the home of Mrs. Lurline Doner. Mrs. Mario Seaman gave devotions. Circle chairman, Mrs. Eva Theobald, gave the lesson, assisted by other members. Lydia. circle met at the -home of Mrs. Elmer Strode. Miss Mae Ellison gave devotions, and lesson was presented by Mrs. Strode and Mrs. Henry Cox. A breakfast was served to the members of the Priscilla circle at the home of Robert Martin. Devotions and the program were presented by Mrs. Maurice Chatterton and Mrs. Bryan Bartlett. The Mary-Martha circle met at the home of Mrs. J B, Meloan. Mrs. Henry Cox, wife of the pastor,, and Mrs. Orville Heaton, president of the Women's Society, were present. Mrs. Lewis Stenger gave the lesson, and Miss Lula Huddleson the devotions. BULLETIN PITTSBURGH (AP) - Danny Murtaugh, who managed the Pittsburgh Pirates to a world championship in i960 but to an eighth place finish this season, was rehired today for his seveath consecutive year.

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