. 26 (Salesbura Reaister-Mqll^GoIesbum HI. Media-Wever School Board Airs New Insurance Plan Fri day, Sept, 20, 1963 MEDIA-The Media-Wever Unit School Board met Sept. 16 at the high school. After payment of monthly bills, a discussion was held with Charles Read of the Insurance Management Bureau of Davenport regarding all insurance policies held by the district. Among the suggestions and recommendations of Read was one of broader coverage for the district in several areas. Stanley Walker, vocational-agricultural instructor at the high school, appeared before the board and offered a plan for gradual improvement in the shop area. The board inspected present shop facilities and studied those available in neighboring departments. The improvements suggested and approved will be carried out by the boys in the agriculture classes under Walker's supervision as long as there are educational experiences involved. Discuss Warning Signs The superintendent was instructed to contact state and county officials regarding warning signs to protect children crossing highways in the vicinities of schools at Media, Raritan and Smithsliire. Due to lateness" of the hour the meeting was adjourned to Sept. 23. The annual magazine sale at the high school was concluded Monday. Class totals were as follows: Senior, $832; junior, 334; sophomore, 361; freshmen, 229. Total sales $1,756. Individual high salesmen were John Kane with $188 and Russell White with 138. Prizes will be awarded later. This year's total is the second highest to be recorded during the 20 odd years the sale has been in progress. The first meeting of the Media FHA Chapter Welcomed 10 potential members, Marcile Butler, Elaine Blender, Carol Schenck, Connie Avery, Connie Gipe Catherine Waterman, Kathy Reynolds, Linda Avery, Linda Aker and Annalee Rockel. Coming Events High School football—Sept. 20, Roseville, there; 27, RMA, here. Junior High School baseball- Sept. 23, Stronghurst, here, 3:30 p.m.; 27, Terre Haute, there, 2:30 p.m. Embellished Chalice MARIA STEIN, Ohio (AP)Parishioners of St. John's Roman Catholic Church made their pastor's 25th jubilee Mass oven more memorable by having his chalice embellished. They contributed jewelry and rings, some with diamond sets and some solid gold. A Piqua, Ohio, jeweler fashioned a new church symbol of white gold, set with 25 diamonds, on the chalice which the pastor, the Rev. Vincent Paar, has used through the years. READ THE WANT ADS! Weaver's Apple House East Edge of Altona on Blacktop. CORTLAND SNOW APPLES, MclNTOSH, JONATHAN and GOLDEN DELICIOUS SWEET CIDER Gallon 75c Bring your container. Open Daily and Sunday to 7 P.M. — Bring Baskets — E. Galesburg School PTA Organizes EAST GALESBURG—The September meeting of the East Galesburg School PTA was held Thursday chaired by the new officers. They arc: President, Caroline Bramlett; vice president, Joan Knutson; secretary, Mary Breeden; treasurer, William Corbin. The program committee, Mrs. Elizabeth Epperson and Charles McCulloch, engaged Mr. and Mrs. Fay Wooldridge to show films of Europe, where they had spent the summer. The new room mothers were read as follows: Room one, Vivian Jackson and Vera Corbin; two, Lou Hopping and Sally Benedict; three, Hazel Leaf and Cricket Gooley; four, Charlotte Mates and Laura Clevenger. Ways and means committee chairman is Evelyn Corbin; finance, William Corbin; nominating, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Mack; special projects, Grace Clewell; legislative, Elizabeth Bowman; council delegates, Buford Mack and Norma Shanks. Charles McCulloch's room won the room count. Refreshments were served by Margaret Bybee, Jackie Bybee and Alene Hobbs. Clubs Convene The Chit Chat Club met at the home of Frances Strauss. Bunco was played and prizes were won by Marion Krohn, Dorothy LaFollette, Violet Blanchard and Dorothy Mack. The Lucky Nine Bunco Club met at the home of Grace Clewell. Bunco prizes were won by Merle Johnson, Gwen Osborne and Edna Hickson. Guest was Mrs. Harold Gooley. Michael Lufkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lufkin of Oneida, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clewell and boys while his mother is in the hospital. READ THE WANT ADS! 1964 THE LIGHTEST...THE SLIMMEST THE MOST COMPACT ADMIRAL EVER BUILT! ADMIRAL 11 PORTABLE ONLY ADMIRAL 99" • PLAYMATE II* Sound-out front AlnSco V speaker. Longer telescopic antenna, retractable, top handle. Rugged, lightweight cabinet with finished back. /XDWURAL PLAYM/VTE IV Built to take it .ANYWHERE! 14,000 VOLTS OF PICTURE POWER MORE POWER PER SQUARE INCH THAN ANY OTHER TV! 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Altona Club Sponsors Style Show ALTONA — Woman's Club held a style show, card party and bake sale recently at the Kufus Community Building. Fashions for all occasions were provided by Mrs. AUa Murmen of Murmen's Dress Shop of Galva. Assisting her was Mrs. W. E. Cardiff of Galva. Miss Patsy Spring of Rio played piano selections during the show. Tho $5 gift certificate was presented to Miss Hattie Larson. At the conclusion of the show, Mrs. Harold Caulkins, membership chairman, introduced the new members and presented each with a corsage. New members introduced were Mrs. Roger Appell, Mrs. Ronald Moody, Mrs. John Sedgwick and Mrs. Clifford White. Mru. Paul Marling, a new member, was. unable to attend. ' AiwiHl Priass Card game prises went to Mrs. Wendell Clark, Mrs, Plynn Deck* er, Mrs. J. L. Peterson, Mrs. Reid Gibbs, Mrs. Charles Sornberger and Mrs. Marian Nelson. Modeling the fashions were Miss Janice Burns, Mrs. Erol Burns, Mrs. Glenn Johnson, Mrs. Barnard Johnson, Mrs. Roger Appell, Mrs. Douglas fowler, Mrs. T. W. Kelly, Miss Barbara Klinefelter, Mrs. Harlan Lurideen, Mrs. Andrew Main, Mrs. Rolland Main, Mrs. Ronald Moody, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Harley Olson and Mrs. William Pyle. The organization reported a successful sale of bakery goods. It was announced that the October meeting will be husbands' night. "Cur Mexican Trip" will be presented by Mr. and Mrs. George Stuckey. READ THE WANT ADS I Club Plans AVON—The Avon Junior Worn* an 's Club held their September 4 meeting at the'Fellowship Hall A picnic supper was served to 25 members and eight guests. The ways and means committee submitted the budget for the year. The money-making projects and the increase of scholarship from $150 to $200 was approved. Mrs. Terry Powell was appointed chairman of the annual style show. The project of the month committee is headed by Mrs. Jerry Bultemeier, chairman. The Fulton County Federated Women's Club meeting Will be held in Avon Oct. 17. Committees were appointed to make name tags and corsages. The program was given by Mrs. Berwin Bradley on "Par liamentary Procedure" during the business Meeting. Serving on the committee for the September misting were Mrs. Lewis Cutler, Mrs. E. ft. Carr and Mrs. Lowell Reihm. Five members of the Avon club went to the federation regional conference at Normal Sept. 12. Mrs. Guy Little Welcomed the clubwomen. A talk was given by Mrs. Vernon E. Barnes, president of the Illinois federation. Mrs. James Segraves introduced the 1963-1964 state chairmen. Those attending from Avon were Mrs. Lewis Cutler, Mrs. Charles Carpenter, Mrs. John Chatterton, Mrs. James Cox and Mrs. Jerry Bultemeier. PASSION PLAY September 29-30 TICKET INFORMATION Call or Write OALESBURO REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie M2-31B1 Curds Bay Pitcher ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) - Cllt ford Politte (poh-leet), a 23-year* old left-handed pitcher, has beeil purchased by the St.. Louis Cardi* nals from Billings (Mont) of the Pioneer League and is scheduled to report to the club Friday in Cincinnati. Politte appeared in 63 games for Billings, all but ohe in relief. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! II fi ll to tho Give-A-Gift '.VEIEftS 149 E. Main St. for Fin* Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 Week PLAN FOR WITH A LONG RANGE INVESTMENT PR Your Money Earns MORE at Mechanics With Our Current DIVIDEND RATE of PER ANNUM HERE'S WHAT How Savings Grow $ 500 $1,000 $ 5,000 $10,000 IT MEANS 1 Year 522.75 1,045.51 5,227.53 10,455.0 j TO YOU 5 Years | 624.60 1,249.20 6,246.02 12,492.01 > 10 Years 780.25 1,*60.51 7,802.55 15,605.0| " .1 ' ';' 20 Years 1 ,217.59 2,435.19 12,17#94 t 24,351.81 ' tir* * I anics 1 oan 250 East Main Street omedtea< ssociauon Cell 342-4145 "iAFUlfOF , rout SAVINGS 1 ur 19 Jl 0,000.
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