13 Qafeiburfl Reg!MgJ^A (!/..GQle3burfl # III. , Friday, Sept. 20, 1963 MARKET REPORTS tggi and Poultry Knoftvllte R «ad, Gflfesbttff Red Rewe, Hatchery "Large clean Eggs 22c Under grade Eggs 16c Leghorn Hens Se Heavy Hens 1o Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPD-Produce; Live poultry too few receipts to report prices. Cheese processed loaf 39^-44; brick 39^-43^; Swiss Grade A 5055: B 49-53. Butter firm; 93 score 59<£; 92 score 59>,£; 90 score 58%; 89 score 56%. Eggs about steady; white large extras 39%; mixed large extras 38; mediums 36; standards 34%. Monday'* Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 15,000 cattle, 6,000 hogs and 500 sheep. Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) ~ (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 34,000; steady to 25 higher; 1-3 190-250 lb butchers 15.00-15.65; 1-2 200-240 lbs 15.65-16.25; 1-3 250-280 lbs 14.50-15.00; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 14.00-14.75; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.2514.00; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.25-13.25; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.00-12.50. READ THE WANT ADS! Buihntl) Mvestaek Market is steady. Top, $15.75; 190-270 pounds, $15.25-$15.60; sows steady, bulking at $12.75-$14.50; top, $14.75; cattle uneven; lambs, lower. r Galesburg Hog Market Oalcsbttrg Order Buyers C. B. & Q. Stockyards Market steady to strong. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $15.25$15.50. Top, $15.75. Quotations; 200-230 $15.00-$15.75 230-260 $14.70-$15.65 260-300 $14.40-$14.35 Sows: 300-500 $12.25-$14.50 Peoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP)-(USDA)Hogs 4,400; 1-2 195-240 lb butchers 1...00-16.25; mixed 1-3 190-270 lbs 15.75-16.25; 1-3 250-370 lb SOWS 14.50-15.00. • Chicago livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 4,500; butchers steady to weak; mostly 1-2 200-230 lb butchers 16.25-16.50; mixed 1-3 190-240 lbs 16.00-16.35; 2-3 240-275 lbs 15.65-16.00; mixed 1-3 320-400 lb sows 14.50-15.25 ; 400-475 lbs 14,0014.50; 2-3 450-500. lbs 13.75-14.25; 500-650 lbs 13.00-13.75. Cattle 500; calves none; slaughter steers steady to weak; couple loads prime 1,188-1,255 lb slaughter steers 25.00; high choice and prime 1,050-1,300 lbs 24.25-24.75; choice 900-1,250 lbs 23.75-24.25; good 900-1,250 lbs 22.25-23.25; choice 825-1,100 lb heifers 22.75-23.75; good 21.2522.50; utility and commercial cows 14.50-16.25; utility and commercial bulls mostly 17.00-19,00. Sheep 300; spring slaughter lambs steady; few lots choice and prime 90-105 lb spring slaughter lambs 20.00-20.50; good and choice 17.50-19.50; cull to good shorn slaughter ewes 4.006.00. Post Meeting At Woodhull WOODHULL - The regular meeting of Unit 34, Mothers of World War II will be held Sept. 27 in the home of Mrs. Julia Clark, assisted by Mrs. Rolland Hammerlund. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Shroyer of Rock Island spent Sunday in the H. P. Shroyer home. Mrs. Lee Gehrt of Wyoming was a visitor Tuesday in the FURNITURE AUCTION 658 BATEMAN ST. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21st - 1:30 P.M. -As I have sold my home, I will sell- my furniture as follows: N«flMy reupholstered Duncan Phyfe style davenport; nice gold club chair; 24' RCA-Vlctor TV set; 3-section sectional book case; love se%t; extra nice Crosley combination radio and record player; Singer sewing machine; walnut sewing cabinet; floor lamp; rugs; pictures; walnut end table; piano bench; electric sweeper; hand vacuum; telephone stand; buffet; mirror; 6 dining chairs; walnut dropleaf table with white porcelain casters; 3 ,i size, like new boxsprlngs and foam rubber mattress with adj. frame; 2-pc. walnut bedroom suite complete; chest of drawers; cedar chest; sewing rocker; 2-pc. oak bedroom suite complete; some bedding and linens; Philco refrigerator with deep freeze across the top, Magic Chef gas stove, step-stool, toaster, electric clock, G.E. window fan, electric heater, garden and yard tools, dishes, pots, pans and other items too numerous to mention. SELMA OBERG—Owner CORBIN'S AUCTION SERVICE Kent nnd Cook Auctioneers — Phone 343-9033 FREDERICK ERICKSOM—Clerk Cooking Heating Thermogas for oil Q form uses Thermogas Tractor Fuel 'The Preferred Gas Service" 343-3145 Galesburg Seed Rye - Seed Wheat RYE: Bin run or cleaned and bagged, 1 bu. bogs WHEAT: Pawnee, cleaned — 1 bu. bags. Ponca, cleaned — T bu. bags. CALL NOW 343-3142 and GRAIN SUPPLY CO. PUBLIC AUCTION FURNITURE - ANTIQUES MOORE'S AUCTION HOUSE - 534 E. SOUTH ST. SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 21 - 7:30 P.M. Sharp Walnut Drop Leaf table juit refinished; oval walnut •land table reffnished; Biique buil; 2 vol, History of Knox County; wal, frame mirror; walnut 3 bed; picture framei; china % walnut comb, racks; love seat; rocking chair; bric-a-brac; phonograph; new V belts; radiator hoses; records; ColcUpoi 14 cu. ft. cheat type deep freeze, perfect condition; beautiful big "Philco" combination refrigerator freezer; upright Coronado deep freeze 14 cu. ft.; these freezers are in top condition; Singer treddel sewing machine and attachments, good cond-', Coronado automatic washer; Kelvinator 11 cu. ft. refrigerator, real good; conversion gas furnace burner and all controls; chairs; tables; davenports; dishes; tools. Articles too numerous to mention. Inside birch doors; storm windows. CECIL R. MOORE, Auctioneer. Ph. 343-3973. Frederick Erickson, Clerk. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible for Accidents. If you have good merchandise we will buy it. Always call "Moores" Auction House. We are set to handle your winter auctions In our furnace healed building. You can't beat the prices here. * STILL TIME TO FERTILIZE AND SEED YOUR LAWN! Deforest Feed & Seed Co. Water It. between Prairie and Cherry $t*. Rio Student At Elkhart RIO—Harold E. Munson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Munson Sr. of Rio, has enrolled in the medical laboratory and x* ray technician course at the Elkhart University of Medical and Dental Technique, Elkhart, Ind. home of her mother, Mrs. A. Ed Johnson. In the afternoon they called on Mr. Johnson, who is a patient in the Moline Public Hospital. BACKYARD SALE 225 N. Ivan Ave. Frl. and Sal. — 9 to 6 Mens, ladies, teenage and babys clothing. Toys, garden tools, lawn tools, G.E. washer and misc Hems. BACKYARD SALE 115 W. MARY ST. Friday Evening 8e Saturday Cabinet sink, TV table, antique day bed, knick-knacks, clolhing and toys. BACKYARD SALE 960 E. BROOKS SAT., SEPT. 21 - 8 to 5 Chlldrens and adults clothing, automatic washer, and misc. items. BACKYARD SALE 884 E. THIRD SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 Childrens winter clothes and misc. clothing, all sizes. Also toys and nick-nacks. RAIN DATE MONDAY. Backyard Sale 140 N. PEARL SAT., SEPT. 21 - 9 to 5 Not Responsible in case of accidents. GARAGE SALE 1548 MAPLE AVE. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 8 to 8 Not Responsible for Accidents. BACKYARD SALE 922 LOMBARD ST. SAT., SEPT. 21 - 9 to ? Fishing boat, clothes, all sizes, furniture and misc. items. Will cancel in case of rain, Backyard Sale 943 S. PEARL Sat., Sept. 21 — All Day. Lots of nice clean clothing and misc. items. GARAGE and BAKE SALE 446 LAWRENCE SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 Sponsored by Phi Alpha Nu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Garage Sale 1861 NEWCOMER DR. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 8 to 4 Backyard & Ruromtge Sales, etc* Must be in our office 12 noon day before ad run*. Coll 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main Si . Phoflt WE 2-2658 Galva Chamber to Sponsor Town-Country Day Oct. 3 Galva—The Town-Country Day sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce last year will be repeated again this year with everyone in Galva and the surrounding area invited to free pancakes and sausage and coffee. The event will be Oct. 3 in the Anderson Building on Main Street and serving will' start at 5:30 p.m.' Last year, the serving was held in the new E. W. Houghton Building. After the supper, everyone will be treated to a free show at the Galva Theater, with the first show starting at 6:45 p.m. and the second at 8:45 p.m. "Papa's Delicate Condition" starring Jackie Gleason is billed. Galva trading stamps will be offered as prizes. General chairmen for the event are Leo Windish and Russell Kelly. Othei chairmen include: Food procurement and batter mixers, Ted Ericson and Pete Westlin; pancake fryers, Russell Kel- jly; coffee and table committee, Art Apfel and Warren Arter; sausage frying, Russell Alderman; gas, grill setup, Harold Smith; clean-up, Jack Reimers nnd Victoi White, and John Girvin, co-ordinator. Slate Supper at Lake The Galva Sportsman Lake will feature a catfish or ham supper Sunday at the lake. Serving will be from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and it will be open to the public. 4-H'ers to Convene The Lynn 4-H'ers will meet at (he home of Karen and Maradell England Saturday at 2 p.m. Any girt in the community who will be 10 by July 1, 1964, and interested in joining the club was invited to the meeting. Church Schedules Listed at Galva Pastors of Galva churches have listed Sunday services and other church affairs during the week ahead. They are: Galva Assembly of God—A. O. Blue pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday school; 11 a.m. worship; 6 p.m. C. A. service; 7 p.m. service. Tuesday 2 p.m. WMC meeting. 7 p.m. cottage prayer meeting. First Baptist — Kenneth Starns, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. worship. Sermon, "Negatives Way To Devine Backyard Sale SATURDAY, SEPT. 21 9 A.M. 'Til ?? 217 W. GROVE—KNOXVILLE Clolhing, baby furniture, Mlic. YARD & GARAGE SALE FRIDAY EVE. and SATURDAY 10 to ?? 419 LAWRENCE AVE. Toys, Furniture, Clothing and Miscellaneous Items. YARD SALE 163 W. MARY SAT., SEPT. 21 - 9 to ? A little bit of everything. BIG BACKYARD SALE 86 PHILLIPS ST. FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9 ill S — No sales before 9 All kinds clothing, toys, knickknacks, misc, In case of rain will be held In garage. APPLES Mcintosh, Jonathans and Red Delicious. Bring Your Own Containers. Some Sweet Cider on Sunday From I to 5 P.M. Bring Containers, H. B. REYNOLDS ORCHARD 413-3881 — Oneida, 111. Si/2 Blocks North of Pontiac Qarage. Open each day and Sundays Until 5 P.M. CLOSING OUT SALE HARDWARES, PAINTS, LUMBER, MILLWORK. HOG HOUSES, FEEDERS, ETC. All Items Less 25% OFF R. E. DAVIDSON lumber & Hardware Co. Henderson, III. Approval.** Service 7 p.m. Ser mon, "Profit and Loss." St. John's Cathode— Gerard A Verhoye. Sunday Masses at 7 and 8:30 a.m. first, third and fifth Sundays. Masses 7 and 10:15 a.m second and fourth Sundays. Foursquare— Allan Mason, pas tor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. worship. 7:30 p.m. service. Thursday 7:30 p.m Prayer and Bible study. First Congregational — John S. Broeksmit Jr, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. church school, promotion Sunday. 11 a.m. worship. Monday 8 p.m. board of deacons. Thursday 6:45 p.m. board of deaconesses. First Methodist — Richard C Brownfield, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 10:45 a.m. worship. Monday 8 p.m. Commission on worship. Thursday 8 p.m. official board meeting. Messiah Lutheran—D. V. Charlson, pastor. Sunday 9:15 a.m. Sunday school. 10 a.m. worship. 6:30 p.m. Lutheran Two-Somes potluck supper. Tuesday 2 p.m LCW devotional leaders Bible study. Wednesday 8 p.m. LCW general meeting. Prairie City Club Honors Mrs. Gunther PRAIRIE CITY — Mrs. Mur ray Wilson was a hostess Tuesday to the Happy Helpers Club members. Two former members, Mrs. Belle Zimmerman, Bushnell, and Mrs. Mabryn Varner were present. Mrs. Sylvia Gunther was the honored person as she will be leaving the first of October for her new home in Arizona. She was presented a friendship tablecloth, on which were the names of all the club members in the embroidery work. Prairie City Briefs Mrs. Betty Fayhee entertained her bridge club Wednesday and her extra players were Mrs. Mary Taylor and Mrs. Madeline Childers. The prizes went to Mrs. Betty Emory, Mrs. Childers and Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Nina Arnold spent the weekend in Canton with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Murphy, and attended the festival. Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and Tammy Sue were recent supper guests with Mr. arid Mrs. Bill Carley and Lisa. Cards were played, with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williamson and Cammy Jean joining the group. Mrs. Carl Williamson, Marietta, invited guests for a cookout supper recently honoring her husband. Guests included Mrs. James Brown and Tammy Sue, Prairie City; Mr. and Mrs. James Rench and family, Marietta; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Sinnett and family, Avon, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hornbaker and family, Prairie City. Marks Birthday Wednesday was the first birthday of Tammy Sue, daughter of the James Browns, and a birthday party was held for her at the home of her grandparents, the Wayne Hornbakers. It was also the birthday of Grandpa Hornbaker. Guests besides the Hornbaker family, included Mr. Hospital Notes Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Maude Henderson. 178 W. Mary St. Mrs. Cattle NaUcy, Galesburg. Route 2. Mrs. Beverly B. Uhlmann, 1109 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Mary Ann Conover. LaFayette. Henry J. Page, 1948 Grand Ave. Mrs. Jana C. Rosenow, Galva. Jeffrey N. Gomer, Knoxville. George W. Raich, 701 Phillip St. Mrs. Clela W. Black, 243 W. Losey St. Mrs. Nancy A. Johnson, 383 Jefferson St. Gary L. Pampel, 1019 S. Pearl St. Lewis S. Peterson, 490 E. Fifth St. Cheryl R. Adams, 137 Ivan Ave. Mrs. Ethel C. Still, 1007 E. North St. Perry C. Sargent, 1472 N. Cedar St. John D. Everly. Avon. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Cynthia A. Holton. Wataga. Mrs. Clara E. Lively, Tirtley Park, David C. Fell, Altona. Darrell L. McKee, 1945 Indiana Dr. Reed C. Kinney, Henderson. Miss Patty L. Hurlbutt. Galva. William W. Gill, Galva. Mrs. Lillian S. Anderson, Alpha. Mrs, Margaret E. Shreeves, Knoxville. Mrs. Helen M. Childers 816 Monroe St. Mrs. Edith M. Davis, Seaton. John E. Loy, 871 E. South St. Miss Carolyn Haggenjos, 1022 N. Kellogg St. Terrill L. Bent. 310 S. Pearl St. Mrs. Marjorle L. Kinney, 96 Maple Ave. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Terry E. Langdon, 1108 Grand A vj. Mrs. Richard Newman, 39D W. Tompkins St. Leonard J. Anderson, 1485 N. Kellogg St. Timothy Williams, 289 W. Brooks St. Brian L. McGrew, Knoyville. Janice L. Liniger, Knoxville. David Spohn, Seymore Hall. Mrs. Rodney W. Price, 1752 Baird Ave. James S. Ennis, Abingdon. Mrs. Margaret Orterry, 590 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Eugene Johnson, Abingdon. Mrs. Definer Simmons, 1883 Clay Dr. Mrs. John R. Treadway, 1013 Lyman St. Janres C. Lind, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Erwin Parish, 581 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Arnold Mabry, 378 Erwin St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Clayton Adams, 3000 Lincoln Park Dr. Mrs, George R. Allen, North Henderson. Mrs. William' T. Boynton, 1707 S. Cherry St. Patrick B. Bradford, 1831 E. Main St. Mrs. Deleen E. Brown. Galesburg Route 3. Steven D. Carter, 392 Columbus Ave. Mrs. Charles D. Clark, 530 S. West St. Richard E. Hunt, Galesburg Route Mrs. Phillip G. Johnston. 1791 Mc Mrs. John P. Kelly, 525 Mathews St. Mrs. E. T. Kimble, 786 Bateman St. Mrs. Louis R. Laughlin, Keithsburg. Tommy G. Mahnesmith, Victoria. Carl E. Reicheneker, Princeville. Edward Syrkel, 1162 N. Broad St. Mrs. Katherine Taylor, Altona. Mrs. Helen L. Tuggle, Knoxville. BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hurst St.. BuihaelL Ph6ni Bushftell 818 e«m *pMt4ttf •fi, i «Htitd MrUlAiH Groups Convene in Bushnell BUSHNELL—PTA Unit of Bush nell High School met Wednesday at the school. The officers and two representatives are to attend the fall conference dinner at the East Elementary School, Oct. 3 John Lawson introduced the teaching staff. Mrs. Louise Meloan was chairman of the re freshment committee. Girls Seat Officers Bushnell Assembly of Rainbow Girls met Wednesday. Officers installed were Ann Meloan, drill leader; Linda Webb, charity, and Mary Jane Snyder, musician. Plans were made for a hayrack ride Sept. 28. A birthday party was held for the girls having birthdays during the last term of office. Conduct School Attending the annual fall offi< cer training school for Section 9 Future Homemakers of America, were Nancy McNeeley, Sharon Cox, Roberta Thompson, Marsha Walters, Donna Cox, Carol Jean Nelson, Jill McFad den, Gertrude Kreps, Louetta Fox, Joyce Emory, home eco nomics teachers, Mrs. Mavis McCutcheon and Mrs. Aria Powell. They were accompanied by Mrs. Leo Cox. The meeting was held Wednesday at Northwestern High School. and Mrs. Alva Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Boden of Bushnell. Tammy Sue received many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. George Queen moved from south of Bushnell to the Detrick house during the past week. Queen is employed at the brass foundry in Abingdon. Mrs. Romeo Frougelie, Chicago, has returned home following a visit with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Hornbaker, and also attending the Hornbaker family reunion in Blandinsville. Elect President The Women's League of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday at the church. Mrs. Ray Cowperthwaite was elected president to serve a 2-year term. Mrs. Janes Walton gave the worship service. The guest speaker was Mrs. Mahlon • Newton, secretary of World Service Department in Monmouth Presbyterial. She discussed the 1963 opportunity-giving projects and illustrated with slides. Mrs. Orvan Speer was chairman of the refreshments committee. Mrs. William Thornton poured at the refreshment table. Unit to Meet The Donough Belle Unit of Homemakers Extension will meet LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS SLOAN'S £3 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Donna Reese. Church Services Are Announcer! Pastors of Bushnell churches have announced Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Baptist — Harry Litzenberg pastor. Sunday 9:45 a .m. Sunday school 10:45 a.m. worship service, Rev. Arthur Sdngpiehl, guest speaker, and at 7:30 p.m. service. Tuesday: 6 a.m. prayer meeting at the home of Dr. Graber. 6:30 p.m. Women 's Missionary Society will have a potluck supper at the church. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. prayer meeting, and Bible study. Assembly of God -^Rbbert Rutledge, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Christ Ambassadors, 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.ni. Tuesday: Women's prayer meeting 10 a.m. Thursday: Bible study 7:30 p.m. ¥}rsi United Presbyterian — Ralph W. Adamson, minister. Sunday 9:45 a.m. church school. 11 a.m. worship. Thursday: 6:30, the Mariners will meet in the church for a potluck supper. Sept. 29 will be Christian Education Sunday. First Methodist — Henry L. Cox, pastor. Sunday church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. "God's Holy Word." Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild will hold a dinner meeting. Thursday: 9 a.m. Prayer Group will meet at the church. Movie Calendar FRIDAY, SEPT. 10 OHPHEUM: "55 Days at Peking," 1:00, 3:45, 6:30, 9:15 p. m. 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