GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Susan Dexter Crowned Queen At Galva Football Encounter Susan Dexter GALVA—Susan Dexter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Dexter, was crowned football queen at Friday night's game between Galva and Elmwood. Attendants were Beverly Callis, Sheryl Johnson, LeAnn Murray and Mary Johnston. Robin Vandersnick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vandersnick, was crownbearer. The queen was presented a bouquet of roses by Milo Watson, superintendent of schools. Mayor James B. Young presented the key to the city, and A. E. Heck, principal of the high school, presented her a scroll with football players signatures on it. S. L. Mendel, president of the Lions Club, presented her a gold football charm. Chuck Hay served as master of ceremonies. The queen crowning ceremonies are sponsored by the Lions Club. WSCS to Serve Banquet for Club WSCS of the Grace Methodist Church met Friday. Opening prayer was given by Miss Ellen Malm. Plans were made to serve the Lions Club charter night banquet Oct. 23. Several members will attend a district meeting of the WSCS in Knoxville Oct. 4. The next meeting of the society will be held in the Grace Methodist Church Oct. 3. Mrs. John Barlow will be chairman of the worship service and program. Mrs. Elbert Kenney was program chairman and Mrs. John Anderson was worship chairman. The program was "Life Is a Challenge to Serve One Another." Mrs. Everett Sundquist presented two readings and Miss Patsy Hise played organ selections. Hostesses were Mrs. Godfrey Jacobson, Mrs. Morris Collinson, Mrs. C. A. Lindell and Mrs. Arthur Lindstrom. North Henderson Group to Convene NORTH HENDERSON — North Henderson Unit of Home Economics Extension Association will meet Sept. 23 at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Walter Medhurst. Mercer area PTA council will RIB SHACK Noith on Roule ISO Hlbi, Beef, Chicken. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pi»a, Sand- wichei. Air Conditioned For carry out lervlce Call 342-2413 Open Dally at 5 P.M. Bishop Hill Class Helps Budget BISHOP HILL - The Willing Workers met Wednesday at the church. The class voted $25 to the church budget. Cancer dressings are one of the class's projects during the year at special meetings. Mrs. John A. Oberg spoke to the group on East Moline State Hospital. The group decided to plan some project for patients at the hospital and also vis it the hospital as a group in the near future. Mrs. A. Gunnar Borg and Mrs John A. Oberg served as afternoon hostesses. Oct. 16, the class plans a public evening entertainment at the church at 7:30 p.m. when Mrs. Walter Hedstrom of Galva will give a Travelog and show pictures. Bishop Hill Briefs Miss Nettie Nordstrom has returned from Kewanee Public Hospital to the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Oberg. She is able to be around with the aid of a walker. Miss Nordstrom fell in her home Aug. 27, breaking the pelvic bone. Mrs. Betsy Johnson has returned to the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. She spent a week in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Johnson in Oneida and returned to the Cottage Hospital for the removal of the cast on her leg which she broke last July in a fall. Mrs. Rudolph Johnson recently visited her husband at Iowa City Hospital. Those accompaning Mrs. Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Johnson of Oneida and Mrs. David Kenney of Bishop Hill. Johnson has been hospitalized since Aug. 3. He is able to be up in a wheel chair. His address is: Veterans Administration Hospital, 4th Floor West, Iowa City, Iowa. Former School Chums Hold Annual Party BISHOP HILL-Mrs. Silas Ericson, in company of Mrs. Lon Olson of Oneida and Mrs. Robert Nelson of Andover, were guests of Mrs. Asa Spets in Kewanee Wednesday. They were grade school chums and get together once a year. Visits Son Mrs. Maurice Laub has returned home from a visit with her son, Pfc. Gary Daymude, a Great Lakes Naval Hospital patient since July 20 when he suffered severe injuries in an automobile accident near the Naval Base in Gary, Ind. His address is: Pfc. Gary Dnymuclc. (RA 1%93505), Great Lakes Naval Hospital, 4 South, Great Lakes, III. Attend Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Borg and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Oberg attended the silver anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanchett of near Bradford Sept. 8. Mrs. Ray McLennan of Kewanee, sister of the honoree, served as hostess. The couple's daughters, Mrs. Tom Alltop of Kewanee and Miss Marian Hanchett of Peoria and daughter- in-law, Mrs. Richard Hanchett of Peoria were accorded the table serving honors. The serving table was in silver and green centered with a three tier wedding cake made by Mrs. Ivan Heaton of Bradford. The former Dorothy Oberg of Neponset and Everett Hanchett of Bradford were married Sept. 3, 1938, at Clinton, Iowa, attended by Mrs. Arthur Elkins of Kewanee and H. J. Buckley of Chicago. The couple has three children and two granddaughters. meet Sept. 23 at 7:30 p. m. at the grade school in Viola. READ THE WANT ADS! GUEST NIGHT $1 BUYS YOUR GUESTS' DINNER MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 V A H J A B L E ,C O U P O M I Thl» offer good Monday. Sept. 23, Only Buy any priced dinner at regular price and your guest may receive a meal of equal value or less for only fl.00 by presenting this coupon. HARBOR LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB Guett Nile Coupon Party Buffets served to groups of 25 or more with reservation. Phone 342-4517 Harbor Lights SUPPER CLUB Route 150 North — "On the Strip" Hospital Notes Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Laurie Jo Hickman, 1411 Willard St, Mrs. Margo Pickel, 162 Columbus Ave. Michael L. Livingston, 1311 E. North St. Debra K. Perry, 1228 Day St. Mrs. Ingeborg M. Simkins, 541 E. Main St. Mrs. Evelyn M. Stice, 1098 E. North St. Mrs. Jennie S. Young, 650 N. Seminary St. Miss Ada Lou Merritt, Eaton Rapids, Mich. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Maude V. Stiegcle, 227 E. Losey St. Edward J. Coughlin, 1730 Maple Ave. Mrs. Clara P. Sertain, 1135 Court St. Mrs. Bertha Webber, Knoxville. Chris A. Cooksey, 490 E. Second St Mrs. Barbara B. Vaughan, 345 Park Lane. Mrs. Clela W. Black, 243 W. Losey St. Mrs. Joan L. Coupland, East Galesburg. Frank Clucas, Galva. Mrs. Annabclle L. VanFossen, 586 Clark St. Danny L. McCall, 1790 Brown Ave. Mrs. Innis L. Putnam, Gilson. Alfred T. Smith, 1051 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Doris J. Hough, 245 Duffield. Mrs. Margaret McElfresh, 401 N. Prairie. St. Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Saturday, Sepf. 2f, 1963 5 BUSHNELL CoTfMpondenl MM . Bernard Brlllhtrt 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Mrs. Erma Alters, 179 N. Cherry St. Anna Marie DePrima, 1501 Haynor St. Robert J. Sandcl, Abingdon. Victor Jones, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Phyllis Ulm, Abingdon. Mrs. Frank Greenwood, Alexis. Mrs. Arlo K. Murray, 842 Olive St. Mrs. Phillip N. Cirimotich, 988 Parkview Rd. Mrs. Eric A. Salsmari, 1313 Monroe St. Mrs. Loy R. Royce, 102 Elm St. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Leo A. Bowers, 1092 Chambers St. Robert E. Ellis, 1655 Florence Ave. Bernard H. Locklin, 993 N. West St. Mrs. Riley W. McNaught, Galva. Mrs. James H. Parke, 1269 Brown Ave. Eugene Ryan, 275 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Walter Schaeffer, 1125 Spruce St. Samuel H. Scalf, Galesburg Route 3. S. Log Toulon Fire Call TOULON — The Toulon Volunteer Fire Department was called to the Clifton Smith farm, south of West Jersey, at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday. A grass fire was out of control, threatening farm buildings. No damage was caused. Anniversary Is Celebrated At Fairvieiv FAIRVIEW — A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. Nina Daley Sept. 13. Several neighbors and friends gathered to wish her happy returns. Hostesses were Mrs. Mario Mitchell, Mrs. Dorma Lindstrom and Mrs. Eloise Mitchell. Guests were: Mrs. Adella Locke, Mrs. Edna Everhart, Mrs. Mae McLaren, Mrs. Mary Myers, Christy Lindstrom and Melody Mitchell. Callers were Mrs. Eda White, Mrs. Ethel Simons, Mrs. Genevieve Van Liew, Mrs. Maud Stroman, Mrs. Mary Stout and Mrs. Mary Jo Myers. Mrs. Daley received many cards and gifts. Her sons from Peoria and Kansas telephoned during the day. Bushnell Yards Appraises Hog Mart Business BUSHNELL — Improved demand for lighter weight hogs is expected to cause wider spreads in prices on the hog market, according to a market summary by the Bushnell Stockyards farm service department. The summary follows: Changing temperatures, accompanied by cool rains in many areas last week, caused larger hog supplies to arrive at the markets. Prices continued to work downward, but the weights held up as more hogs from 220 to 240 pounds arrived. Sufficient numbers showed up at the markets the first part of this week, but tapered off near the end. Many farmers sorted and shipped their heavier weight hogs earlier and are now beginning to combine beans. There are still some putting up hay while others are getting the ground ready for winter wheat. Feed New Corn Wc can expect many farmers to go right from the bcanfields to the cornfields, as some arc already feeding the new corn. With all this activity wc can expect to see the receipts let up for the next week or two. Of course, bad weather could have a tendency to overload the markets on some days. The heavy penalties imposed on the lighter weights earlier caused hog raisers to use caution when sorting. Very little spread in price on the heavier weights has been an inducement to make hogs heavier. This also is causing smaller numbers of the lighter weight hogs in the run. This is causing the demand to improve on these weights and a gradual narrowing of the top weight bracket. There will be lots of hogs that are light now that will be used to clean up the cornfields. Also with farmers busy they will be reluctant to slop to market hogs and will probably pick days when the weather halts their work to sort and ship. This happens every year and wc can expect the heavier weights to show up in larger volume as wc get closer to winter. This increase will cause the spreads to get wider with the best demand for the lighter weight offerings. Present forecasts do not expect prices to improve a great deal so it will be necessary for hog raisers to sort for the top weights and keep the numbers of overweights from causing severe penalties. Club Backs Plans for Public Reslroonis in City The Bushnell Lions Club met Thursday. Dinner was served by women of New Philadelphia. Guests introduced by Bob Roark were Mayor John Lyons Jr., Vernon Hart, Gene McGrew, Bill Irvin, .Al Bliven and Clarence Watson. Bob McElvain, chairman of the project committee, presented the project of public restrooms. The club will investigate cost and call a special meeting as soon as figures are obtained. Vernon Hart was presented a honorary membership in the club for the year 1963 and 1964 for the cooperation he gave in the tree project. It was reported that the Lions OPEN 7 P.M. Show at Dusk DRIVE-IN TONIGHT ONLY DEBBIE REYNOLDS * MY SIX MOVES CUFF ROBERTSON - DAVID JMSSEM figS*^ ii IN THE FUNNIEST FIX A GIRL .## EVER-GOT INTO I HIT SHOW Mighty in Bottle! l covo« STEVE REEVES JOHM M (W lillTMOK • JUUItH UAJHitl • Mf Or VIMtl • IHMA HJOHU VWtWtl IINIIVICNA • 1UCUNA ANGH 'll O • AIIUIO OOWNICI • MIAWO FAlMAtA H(«0 UtAld • HANOO lAMAf tlANI • CAUOJAMMUAMI OitaU by OK5IOK3 XUONI ONE COMPLETE SHOWING ONLY ANITA JACK EKBERG • PALANCE, ; / i HMMI or mi wo* tot MM? ||Cf AMD MAIIO WIN. %,Wi WITH A WOMAN. ANOWHAfA WOMAN...10 UAB IMIMI STARTS TOMORROW STEVE MCQUEEN THE GREAT ESCAPE Plus ii CLOWN-': KID JOHN UPTON-MIKE McfiftttVEY-DON KEEFEft Club has presented pencils to the school children in the district. Ken Wolf introduced Clarence Watson of Macomb, who presented the program for the evening. Watson showed color slides and told of his recent trip to P'.urope. Infant Patient Improves Kerry King, 22-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don King, is reported to be slightly improved. He is a patient at the McI>onmigh District Hospital in Macomb. In a meeting of Victor Rcbck.ih Lodge Thursday pro tern officers were Maurinc Walters, Eleanor Yocum, Virginia Crook, Alberta Miller and Katherine Ferris. Gale Bradford was re|)orted a patient at a hospital. Visitors present were Mary Newman, president of state LAPM. and Margaret Maddock, noble grand of Peoria lodge, both of Peoria. The past noble grands of the local lodge were entertained. Present were Maude Spen y, Lur- linc Doner, Mable McIIcnry, Clarisc While, Edith RI NK I CS, Loah Hoffman, Marie Bricker, Eleanor Yocum, Alberta Miller, Virginia Creek, Norma Jean Pigg, Maurinc Walter, Helen Whittier and Inez Livingston. Staff meeting will be held Sept. 30, with a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Meat, drink and rolls will be furnished. The nearly five million members of the American Bowling Congress sport a game average ' of about lf>4 pins. Movie Calendar SATt/flOAY-St/NDAY, StPt. Jl-M ORPHEUM: "53 Days at Peking," 1 00. 3:45, fl:30. 9:15 p. ffl. WEST: "Summer Magic," 1:30, 4:13, 157. 0:41; "Yellow Stone Cubs," 3:21. 8:04, 8:48 p. m. SATURDAY, SEPT 21 DRIVE-IN: "My Six Loves," 7:18; "Tho Trojan Horse," 9:10; "The Mongols," 11:00. READ THE WANT ADS1 ii STARTS SUNDAY The Days of Wine and Roses STARRING - JACK LKMMON and LKE RKMICK SHOW STARTS — 7:10 P.M. AOn/rs fiOc :: CHILDREN 2,"ic EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE Starting Friday, Sept. 27 — "THE LONGEST DAY" NOW AT SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES! 55 DAYS FEATURES SHOWN AT: 1:00 - 3:45 6:30 - 9:15 | "BREATHTAKING AS 'EL CIDT-M. Tims. "PICTORIALIY MAGNIFICENT!"-^ OF TITANIC ADVENTURE! FLAMING ACTION! EXOTIC PASSIONS! AMID THE SPLENDOR, MYSTERY AND BARBARISM OF PEKING...A RUGGED U.S. MARINE AND A NOTORIOUS ADVENTURESS KEEP A DEADLY DATE WITH DESTINY!. I SAMUEL BRONSTON PRtSFMTS ! CHARLTON J* AVA SUPER TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR 10.. FLORA ROBSON • JOHN IRELAND • HARRY ANDREWS • LEO GENN • ROBERT HELPMANN • KURT KASZNAR PAUL LUKAS • ELIZABETH SELLARS • JACQUES SERNAS - JEROME THOR- MUSIC BY DIMITRI TIOMKIN PHILIP YORDAN ^BERNARD GORDON • TSVENIERO COLASANTUJOHN MOORE NICHOLAS RAY- fRODUCtO BY SAMUEL BRONSTON • SWUSUTU B / ALLIED ARTISTS o w OPEN DAILY AT 1.13 PJ|. W est "SUMMER MAGIC" At: 1:30 - 4:10 6:55 and 9:40 P.M. *>jjh3t a Whh\ of Double p/^ey Fun * or Su "m?e/y Thai Wonderful x HAYLEY'S c"'^ * got the "'mtfii&Siii PLACE JUMPIN'.. 2nd Happy* Go-luck* WEEK of laugh* ...Songs.. Tsenag* Romance I HAU0C eua ocwwy D680GH 2nd OISN6V HITI FUN HAS A FIELD DA) TlCHNIC0LC*« | MiusivesrairewdueY us*-, to (dfe IfcnaeSJ PeiH MERKEL • H006ES • POLLARD • BROWN two pranksters turn a playground into pandemonium 'YELLOWSTONE CUBS" At: 3:20 • 6:05 and 8:58 P.M.
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