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D E AT IIS AND FUNERALS Golesburg Register-Moil, Golosburg, III. Saturday, Sept. 21, 1963 t7 HARRY C. STUART RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) -State Sen. Harry Carter Stuart, 70, a great-nephew of Confederate Gen. J. E. B. Stuart, died en route to a hospital Friday after collapsing at the wheel of his car here. WALLACE R. BOREN PALO ALTO, Calif. (UPI) Funeral services were held Friday for Wallace Raymond Boren, a columnist for This Week magazine, who died Tuesday at his Menlo Park home of a stroke. ALBERT L. CAPSTAFF NEW YORK (UPI) - Albert L. Capstaff, 50, former vice president of the National Broadcasting Co. (NBC) died Friday in his sleep at his home in St. Thomas, Vt. IVAN PETROFF LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Funeral services will be held Monday for Ivan Petroff, 64, opera singer and voice coach, who died Thursday of a cerebral hemorrhage. ARTHUR S. BARROWS GREENWICH, Conn. (UPI) Arthur S. Barrows, 79, president of Sears Roebuck and Co., from 1942 to 1946 and vice chairman of the board of directors in 1946 and 1947, died Friday. ROSE DA VIES WEST LOS ANGELES, CaJif. (UPI) — Funeral services were pending today for Rose Davies, 60, composer-sister of the late actress, Marion Davies, and widow of author-war correspondent Louis Adlon. Miss Davies died Friday in her Bel Air, Calif., home. GEN, GILBERT R. COOK LA JOLLA, Calif. (UPI) —Funeral services for retired Maj. Gen. Gilbert R. Cook, a veteran of two world wars and the Mexican border battles, will be held Tuesday in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Cook, 73, died Thursday at his home here. MRS. GOLDIE M. GRANT GALVA - Mrs. Goldie M. Grant, 66, of Galva, died unexpectedly today -at 5:15 a.m. in Kewanee Public Hospital. She Johnson-Gill- Schuster Chapel Galva Mrs. Goldie M. Grant Galva Services: 1 :30 P.M. — TUESDAY at JOHNSON-GILL-SCHUSTER CHAPEL IN GALVA. Friends may call Monday evening. Interment Victoria Cemetery. FLETCHER • AND McDOUGALD FUNERAL HOME 1087 Grand Ave. Mrs. Flora Polk 227 West Waters St. Funeral services: TUESDAY — 2 P.M. at FLETCHER & McDOUGALD FUNERAL HOME. Rev. C. L. Colman in charge. Visitation Monday evening 7 to 9. Mr, Lee H. Imel 240 South Henderson St. Services: U A.M. — MONDAY at the FOLEY MORTUARY. REV. C. JOHNSON, OFFICIATING. Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Sunday afternoon and evening. Burial in Meridian Cemetery. MOITUAiY 1**M.lrMdSl. 342-1913 was a patient there 18 days, and in failing health the past few years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, where friends may call Monday evening. Burial will be in the Victoria Cemetery. The former Goldie M. Matson was born in Knox County Jan. 30, 1897, and attended rural schools She was married to Harold P Grant in October 1915, and he died in December 1925. The couple resided south of LaFayette in Knox County until his death, when she moved to Galva. Mrs. Grant was a member of the Galva First Baptist Church. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Lawrence (Helen) Appell, Mrs. Glenn (Mildred) Jones and Mrs. LeRoy (Maxine) Appell, of Galva; a son, Howard Grant of Galva; 10 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Clarence (Sarah) Hicks of Los Gatos, Calif., Mrs. Ed (Susie) Wick and Mrs. Charles (Ella) Mosher, of Galva, and four brothers, Ed and Charles Grant, of Galva, Leonard Grant of Galesburg and Kenneth Grant of Elmwood. She also was preceded in death by a sister and two brothers. MRS. FLORA POLK Funeral services for Mrs. Flora Polk, 76, of 277 W. Waters St., will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Fletcher and McDougald Funeral Home. Visitation will be Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be in East Linwood Cemetery. Mrs. Polk died Friday at 10:40 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, where she had been a patient since Sept. 9. She was born May 1, 1887, at McAlcster, Okla. She moved to Galesburg May 29, 1917. Her husband and a daughter preceded her in death. JOHN KOKENOLOUPIS Funeral services for John Ko- kenoloupis, 73, of 1356 Clark St., who died Wednesday, were held today at 2 p.m. in . the Foley Mortuary, Rev. Ernest Arambiges of All-Saints Church in Peoria officiating. Mrs. Rose Gravino was pianist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Steve Gianakis, Pete Spilios, Gene Rafferty, Andrew Glavis, James Keith and Harry Zeldes. C. E. (CHET) WILMOTH Funeral services for Charles E. (Chet) Wilmoth, 55, of 188 N. Chambers St., who died Wednesday, were held today at 2:30 p. m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Rev. Donald Peterson officiating. Mrs. Roy H. Pearson Jr. was organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Nunzio Mangieri, Joe Donato, Gabe Pica, Harlan Stine, Harry Tennant and James Doore. ALFRED L. LINDQUIST Funeral services for Alfred L. Lindquist, 67, of 1625 E. Fremont St., who died Wednesday, were held today at 1:30 p. m. in the First Methodist Church Chapel, Dr. Joseph Hoffman officiating. Mrs. Harry Neave was organist. Burial was in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Glenn and Clifford Lindquist, Richard Fife Sr., Richard Fife Jr., Fred DeCa-np and Earl Bonney. LEO H. IMEL Leo H. Imel, 67, of 240 S. Henderson St., died Friday at 9:40 p.m. in his home, following a long illness. Mr. Imel retired Nov. 3, 1955, from the Burlington Railroad, where he was employed as a machinist's helper. He had 45 years of service. Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in the Foley Distinctive Flowers "styled to say it best" the new ANDERSON MAIN STREET Florist 312 E. Main Street L. E. Steller — Ted Ferris Mortuary, where friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening. Burial will be in the Meridian Cemetery, west of Abingdon. Mr. Imel was born Jan. 7, 1896, at Abingdon, and located in Galesburg in his early youth. He was graduated from Galesburg High School. Mr. Imel was married to Anna Klobnak in Webster City, Iowa, March 20, 1919. Mr. Imel was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church and Ben Hur Society. He was an Army veteran of World War I. Survivors are the widow; three sons, Gunnery Sgt. William Arnold Imel, in the Marine Corps at Tampa, Fla., John T. Imel of Galesburg and Henry Imel of Hollywood, Calif.; four daughters, Mrs. Mike (Barbara) Sabin of Mill Valley, Calif., Mrs. Robert L. (Joann) Smith, San Diego, Calif., Miss Carman Imel of Iowa City, Iowa, and Mrs. Gene (Margo) Rollo of Los Angeles, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Lloyd Behringer of Wataga, and five grandchildren. A son, Leo Ross Imel, died May 2, 1961. HERMANN A. HOLSCHER Funeral services for Hermann A. Holscher, 66, of 975 Beecher Ave., who died Thursday, were conducted at 9:30 a.m. today at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church by Rev. J. E. Lohan, Burial was at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Elmer Watson, Ted Grothe, Peter Olson, Robert A. Nelson, Edward Welch and Richard Hallberg. Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus attended in a group. WILLIAM T. KNOWLES Funeral services for William T. Knowles, 71, of 2116 W. Rohman Ave., Peoria, a former road foreman of the Burlington Railroad in Galesburg, who died Wednesday, were held today at 1 p. m. here in the Kimber and West Chapel, Rev. Paul Tassell officiating. Mrs. Wayne Tryon was organist. Burial was in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Ira Horn, Elliott Stackhouse, Clarence Lieber, Norvin Jordan, Delmar Suydam and William Dawson. JOHN L. VERNER John L. Verner, 44, of 1711 Brentwood Ave., died Friday at 4:10 p.m. in Cottage Hospital, where he was admitted Monday. Death was attributed to a heart ailment. He had been a salesman for the American Sanitary Co. at Abingdon. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. in the Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, where friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening. Graveside services will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the Fairlawn Cemetery at Decatur. The family suggested that memorials may be made to the John L. Verner Scholarship Fund, sent in care of Dr. Joseph Hoffman, First Methodist Church in Galesburg. Mr. Verner was born July 2, 1919, at Decatur, and attended Knox College. He was a member of the First Methodist Church, Abingdon Masonic Lodge, Peoria Consistory and Mohammed Temple at Peoria. He served with the 123rd Field Artillery in World War II in the South Pacific Area and was awarded two bronze stars. Mr. Verner was married to Eleanor H. Tucker in Galesburg, Feb. 11, 1961. She survives, along with three stepsons, Richard and Gary Tucker, of Galesburg, and Tommy Tucker of Peoria; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Sherman Rubin- fold of Galesburg; a brother, MacDonald Verner of Abingdon; three sisters, Mrs. Harold Von- achen and Mrs. Richard Hardin, of East Peoria, and Mrs. Walton Isch of Bloomington, and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother and a sister. Commerce High School of that, city. He retired in 1946 after teaching 40 years. For many years he served as organist for a number of churches and was choir director and organist in the Boylston First Congregational Church in Worcester. He was a life member of the old South Congregational Church in that city and a member of the Worcester Mechanics Association. He was married to Ella Robbins in 1900 and they celebrated their 50th anniversary before her death in 1952. Survivors include the son, Dr. Allen Morrill of Monmouth; three grandchildren, and one great-grandson. Besides his wife he was preceded in death by eight brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at the Turnbull Chapel. Friends may call Sunday from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Cremation will follow. ELDON L. MARTIN Funeral services for Eklon L. Martin, 69, of 1337 N. Broad St., who died Wednesday, were held today at 3:30 p.m. in the First Christian Church, Rev. James E. Smith officiating. Dr. Harry Sykes was organist. Burial was in Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Eli Averitt, Paul W. McKillip, Ernest Ryden, Harry Campbell, Wayne Smith and Sam Guardalabene. CLAUS SKOGLUND WOODHULL - Relatives here have learned of the death of Claus Skoglund, 82, of Tcnluilt, Sweden. Mr. Skoglund was a farm hand in this community in 1900s. Following several years here, he returned to Sweden in 1919. Among relatives at Woodhull are the Brolines, Oscar Otto- sons, Magnuson and Engholm families. WALTER ALLEN MORRILL MONMOUTH - Walter Allen Morrill, 87, a patient at the Monmouth Nursing Home for the past five months, died there Friday evening. For the past 10 years he has made his home with his son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Allen C. Morrill, 1109 E. Broadway. Mr. Morrill was born Jan. 6, 1876, at Brownsville, Maine. In his early youth he moved with his family to Worcester, Mass., where he concluded his education. Following a business career in Worcester he left during World War I to teach in the ERNST T. JOHNSON OPHIEM—Funeral services for Ernst T. Johnson, 77, who died Saturday, were held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Peterson, Wallin and Knox Funeral Home in Alpha. Rev. Arnold C. Olson, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Ophiem, officiated. Singers were Mrs. Earl Peterson of Ophiem and Mrs. Duane Rehn of Lynn Center. Mrs. Morris Larson was organist. Pallbearers were Dean W. Anderson of Rock Island, Lloyd and Raymond Carlson of Woodhull, Truman Gustus of Des Plaines, Robert Horberg of Cambridge and Mauritz Samuelson of Oph iem. Conduct Inquest Into Death of Knoxvillc Man A cerebral hemorrhage, due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound, was found to have caused the death of Giles N. Smith, 55, of Knoxvillc, in a verdict returned by the jury at an inquest Friday evening. The inquest, at the Klinck Chapel, Knoxvillc, was conducted by Dr. Richard H. Rick, deputy Knox County coroner. The verdict stated that the act appeared to have been due to depression over his health. The shooting, between 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., Sept. 15, took place while Smith was seated in his truck about two miles west and one mile south of Knoxvillc with death apparently instantaneous, the verdict stated. Testifying at the inquest was Smith's widow, who told of her husband's health condition and also that he took a gun with him when he left home about 1:10 p.m., stating he was going to take a walk in the woods. It was his custom to take a gun with him when he went for such a walk, according to the testimony. He was ill when he returned from work Friday evening, but said he felt better Sunday, Mrs. Smith told the jury. She related that he had a heart attack in March 19(52, and rc?cn|ly had become concerned about his loss of weight. Also an inquest witness was Smith's brother, George O. Smith, who resided next door and who found the body between 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., when he was making a search at the request of Mrs. Smith. A sheriff's office report of the investigation into the case was read into the inquest testimony. HAROLD L. GAINES VIOLA—Harold L. Gaines, 62, of Plattsmouth, Neb., 41 years an employe of the BREX shops, died Sept. 13, following a 6-month illness. He was related to residents in Mercer County. Funeral services were held Sept. 17 at the Caldwell Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. J. Willard Scott, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Mrs. Twyla Hodge was the organist. Harold Gaines was born Dec. 13, 1900, at Bennington. On June 21, 1924, he was married to Martha Forsythe at Rock Island. She survives, along with a son Frank, two daughters, Mrs. Zora Banquet and Mrs. Margaret Bradley, all of Plattsmouth; also his father, Lewis Gaines and a sister, Mrs. J. E. Wagner, both of Plattsmouth. There are nine grandchildren. Gaines was a member of the First Methodist Church and the Modern Woodman of Elk City. Area relatives who attended the funeral included Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Lloyd, Miss Eva Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. John Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lloyd, of Reynolds; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Forsythe, Mr. and Mrs. Lytic Forsythe, Sherman Forsythe and Mr. and Mrs. Don Lloyd, of Viola; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simpson, Little York, Mrs. Robert Peterson, Alexis, and E. D. Forsythe, Rock Island. H INCH LI FF a PEARSON FUNERAL HQMEWCHAPEL 287 N. Broad Pbone 343-2101 MR. JOHN L. VERNER - 1711 Brentwood. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call Sunday afternoon and evening at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the John L. Verner Scholarship fund in care of Dr. Joseph Hoffman, First Methodist Church. Shelters for 11,000 Marked At University URBANA, 111. (AP)—University of Illinois residence halls have been marked and stocked to provide fallout shelters for about 11,000 persons. The U of I's associate director of civil defense said Friday that 16 student halls have been stocked with some $23 ,000 worth of food and medical supplies. Paul W. Steinbeck said the federal government assigned the supplies to the university as part of a nationwide civil defense program. Some 50 other campus buildings have been designated for the program, which may enable the university eventually to provide fallout shelter space for about 40,000 persons. New Windsor Church Group Picks Officers NEW WINDSOR-Carolyn Rice was elected president of the United Presbyterian Youth at a reorganization meeting Sunday at the Christian Education Building. Other officers are Richard Johnson, vice president; Judy Bonnett, secretary, and Linda Ilic- kok, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wadhams are sponsors of the group. The seventh grade at the church school was invited to join the Youth Group at the meeting Sept. 22 at 7 p.m., when a party is planned. Hosts will be Terry Nelson, Judy Bonnett and Carolyn Rice. At Spivey Home Mrs. Richard Spivey was host ess to the Oxford Busy Stitchers Club at her home Sept. 11, and members assisted her in sewing rug rags. Mrs. L. Clemons was a guest. Hosts Society Joan Brooks was hostess to the Junior Missionary Society of the United Presbyterian Church at her home Sept. 14. Kathy Linker conducted opening devotions. Candice Roquet was in charge of the lesson on "Mobile Ministry." A project of the group is selling table napkins and these were distributed to the members at this meeting. READ THE WANT ADS1 Yates City PTA Marks Opening Meet YATES CITY—The Yates City PTA met Sept. 16 at the school gym. William Fowler, president, introduced the new officers for this year. They are Don Trowbridge, vice president, and Virginia Capitani, secretary. Mrs. Frances Johnson is the treasurer, nit was unable to attend. Sally Blodgett, in behalf of the Junior Woman's Club, presented the school a projector, strip film, screen and jumping ropes. John Lundquist, in behalf of the school, thanked the club for the gifts. Margaret Ramp, ways and means chairman, reported that a carnival will be held Nov. 16. Room count prize was awarded the freshman class. Alten Grandt reported that help s needed in a .survey for a junior college for this area. The Senior Woman's Club presented a band skit which included Jessie Foster, Bernice Bowers, Eva Chamberlain, Zella Bell, Helen Snyder, Frances Bird, Irene Jones, Bea Lundquist and led by Dorothy Cooper. The Presbyterian Church and the Methodist Church of Yates City, were represented welcoming the newcomers to the community. Lundquist introduced the teachers and school personnel present. (Jalesburg Register-Mail Classified Advertising Want Ad Index Card of Thanks In Memortnms Lodge Notices Other Notices Lost and Found—1 Business Service—2 Transportation—-3 Personal-Special Notice— 4 Male Help Wanted—5 Female Help Wanted—6 Male, Female Help Wanted—7 Employment Wanted—8 Instruction—9 Business Opportunity—10 INVESTMENTS - 10A Wanted to Buy—11 Rooms for Rent—12 Room and Board—13 Furnisched Apartment—14 Unfurnished Apartments—15 Houses for Rent—16 Trailer Spaces—16A Commercial Property—16R Hobilc Homes for Rent—17 Garages—17A Farms, Acreages for Rent— IS Wanted to Rent—19 Wanted to Lease—19A Cottages—19B Real Estate (or Sale—20 Real Estate-Out of Town—20A Commercial Property—20B Farms and Acreages—21 Mobile Homes for Sale—21A Real Estate Wanted—22 Farm Mach., Implements—23 Farm Supplies, Equipment—24 Fuel Feed Seed—25 Poultry and Supplies—26 Livestock—27 Pets and Supplies—28 Auctions—29 Miscellaneous—30 Antiques—31 Lawn and Garden Needs—32 Good Things to Eat—33 Money to Loan—34 Money, Capital Wanted—35 Insurance—36 Boats and Motors—37 Sporting Supplies—38 Trailers—39 Tires - Accessories - Parts—40 Motorcycles - Bicycles Scooters—41 Autos and Trucks—42 New Car Dealers—43 In Memorlams LOCAL CASH HATE Effective April 1. 1953 Word* 7-day8 4-day» 1-daj 1-20 | 3.36 1 2.34 1 1.30 21-25 I 3.92 1 2.68 I 1.4? 26-30 I 4.37 1 2.90 1 1.57 31-35 1 5.10 1 3.39 1 1.81 36-40 I 5.82 1 3.87 I 2.07 41-35 I 6.55 1 4.36 1 2.32 46-50 1 7.28 • 4.84 ' 2.SJJ (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 50o Card of Thank* 1-lnch oi In Memorlams r less Lodge Notices J 12.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks I WANT to thank all my friends, relatives and Rev. Hoffman for their visits, cards, gifts and flowers while at the Cottage hospital: also the nurses, nurses' aides, Drs. Blck and Erffmeycr for their services. All was greatly appreciated. Mrs. Maybello Gchrlng A SPECIAL note of thanks to the following for their many acts of kindness during our recent bereavement. The Harold W. Philbald Post No. 749, Knox­ villc, Mable Woolsey Elementary School, Eighth Grade Junior High School. The Giles N. Smith, Family In Memorlams rtANSON, John K. — In memory o£ our husband and father who passed away 4 years ago, Sept. 21, 1!J5!I. Many thoughts of tweet remembrances of ones who often think of you. Wife and Family. MICAS. Mrs. Mertle A. — In memory of our mother and trrandrnnthcr. Mrs. Mertle A. lair-as who passed away 4 years ago todav. Sept. 21, lOafl. Four years have passed since sad day Whim one we loved was called awav. A mother sn kinrl. a mother so dear Fond memories will always keep you near Alwavs so true, unselfish and kind Few In this world her equal you'll find. A beautiful life that came to an end. She died ,\; -he lived every- ni-e'-; friend Mr and Mr;. William i Rosalia I Merrin and Granddaughters, Ka the line, Mack and Janice r.lhy. BRfS'wN. Waller S In loving inemnrv of our hu-.oand and father who pas<e.| awav 8 yrs. alto tod.r. . Sept 21, l'V,.*, Gone but not forgotten T1 ic Famlly. . Lost and Found—1 GONE FOf» GOOD? Not If vou qulcklv place a LOST AO Phone a-42-Mfll Business Service—2 LAWN RIJILDTNG Now Is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whlternck F. : ,r MARTIN...3.12-0521 _ REFUSK SERVICE Pleasing vou pleases us WH APPRECIATE vour business Call ti« anvtlme Cltvwlde Rubbish Removal. ."M.I-nflfiS or 34.1 4J Wl VVRIC;HT'S HEATING Thcrmo-Products. Gns • oil fur naces. sheet metal, gutterwnrk Free estimates. I-ft year payment plan 29 Public Square :M:V.R3.TS Nite 341-5404 For "ATT "PLUMB i NO'NEEDS "call Younpren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave - 343-6813 NELSON'S " Bryant gas furnace and burners Used stokers, gutter work 135 N. Seminary 343-231B _ _ ~ riobii' coAirsAXK September only. Stoker, lump, $10 ton. 5-Inn orders. Washed, oiled, chemically treated. Special trash rates. 342-2075. R. Watts. Personal-Special Notice— 4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothlnf. appliances and furniture AVON PRODUCTS If Interested In buying or sell- 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 llel) Wanted—S 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 WEEK ALL PAID HOLIDAYS Write Box 812 Care Register-Mail Men Wanted We have several openings which must be filled immediately! These openings are full time permanent employment in a leading local industry, for men over 23 who have their military obligations behind them. Apply 2M0 Grand Ave., Friday, Sept. 20. 12 to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday, Sept. 21, 8:30 to 4 p.m., Monday, Sept. 23, 12 to 4:30 p.m. MAN wanted for mill and delivery work. Farm experience preferred. References required. Abingdon Milling Co.. Ph. «!).__ WANTED dishwasher, morning or evening shift. Apply In person, Barrow's Restaurant. 1850 N. Henderson. Phone :i42-a.'ll.'l. _ NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place vour WANT AD LEAD guitar player or piano- organ player wanted. For rock •n roll Playboy Band. Ph. 313683-1 after S:30 p.m. Male Help DRIVERS No experience necessary. Good pay and benefits. Job security and chance for advancement. If • you are 2! to 35 married and In- * ferreted In a job with a future, , appiv 260 w. Main Galesburg, dally from f) to 7. SALESMEN: Water Softener -* sale-, territory open. Excellent earning potential. Write C. C. Keel, P.O. Box 3474, Milwaukee ; 6. Wis. • MAN or woman to train as man- ! ager. Present family security program: part time considered. Oak Lawn. .142-5319 for appointment. SALES representative for nationally known Fertilizer com- pan.v. Young man with farm background ;mrl college degree preferred. Salary, honus plan, automobile and expenses. Please replv to Bo< 771, care Register- Mail. Gnlc-.hiirg, III. "'LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 21, who Is near, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee Iri man who qualifies Write BOY HID, care Register-Mall. MAN to service route In KnoX County area. Home every nif,*ht. 22 through 35. married. $ll« weekly Phone 343-0342. TV SERVICEMAN Must he experienced. Apply In per .on. Bl.ick.s TV, R2 S. Kel- loiTiJ. WANTED — Experienced man for •. ;iround farm work. Reference i required. Art. Wol- fnr.l. Abingdon. III. Phone 6124 fir il'i CONTACT MAN Credit org,mi.'.it ion needs local to introduce new Credit to [In .inc..! and Professional men ,Vi mile radius. If you have ..old Specialties, Food Plans, P.ook-:. Memorials, or have credit, experience, this Is an unusual opportunity for you. Permanent and run it. have car. High t'imiiiii.i' ion Homis arrangement with advancement opportunity. J12a weekly Draw qualified man. Write Box R1H. Register-Mall. INv Esf 'Tf;7vfoR INSURANCE Part time work in Knox: County area. Will not Interfere with present. employment. Furnish present occupation and 3 references Write O'llanlou Reports, :i:iO S. Well.-, Street., Chicago 6, Illinois Female Help Wanted— 9 WAITRESS Good hours, good pay, 8 holidays. Friendly Cafe, Abingdon, III. KNOX FRATERNITY DESIRES OLDER WOMAN AS HOUSEMOTHER For coming school term. For Information send resume to Box 815. care Register-Mall. WANTED —Lady or middleaged couple to habyiilt with 2 school age children anrl housekeeping duties in exchange for 3-room furnished apt. Call 312-1101 before 5 P.M. 343-D449 evenings. FOUNTAIN Lady wanted—good hours, meals and uniforms furnished. Apply in person after 10 A.M. American Beauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. WANTED: Respectable middle- aged lady to live in with elderly lady and do light housework. References exchanged. Phone .143-2758. WOMAN to keep house for elderly gentleman, in small town near Galesburg. Live in. More for home than wages. Ph. 34.1- H7HK. , WAlTRESS"WANTED CANTON CAFE Male, Female Help Wanted—7 NO HELP WANTED Huddlo Drive-In Henderson & Dayton—312-0141. EARN—$1.75 per hour in your spare time. Men, women, students. Apply 4-6 PJVI. at 218 N. Henderson St., Galesburg or Call 342-2510 for appointment. UNINCUMBERED to live In. Make up dally cash deposit, handle nil 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. James E. Murphy. Mgr., 342-3181. AGGRESSIVE man or woman in real estate, or retired man to sell finest pre-assernbied homes in Galesburg territory. Commission only. Car necessary. State qualifications, phone and address in reply to Mrs. R. Proctor, 417 E. Jackson, Morton, 111. Employment Wanted—8 BABYSITTING In your home. Phone 373-6743. (Continued on page 18) Sell Business at Media READ THE WANT ADS! MEDIA—Mr. and Mrs. Ora Reid have sold their station and estaurant here to Kenneth Davis an' 1 will be operated by Mr. and Mrs. Terry Edwards and known as the D & E Station. Society Convenes The Missionary Society met Sept. 12 with Miss Charlene Baldwin. Leaders were Miss Edna Erickson and Mrs. Barnett. Mrs. Mary Cavias led the prayer cycle. New study book topics and articles from the magazines were given by Mrs. Shelton and Mrs. Idna Erickson. Book review was by Mary Cavins. Media Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Vein Shelton of Norfolk, Va., arrived at the home of his parents. He later returned to Norfolk to join a Navy cruise. Recent supper guests in the Harold Brouse home were Floyd Van Norman of El Cajon, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hutchinson, Dubuque, and the Misses Fern a- 1 Florence Collins, Monmouth. Recent callers of Mrs. Edith White were Mr. and Mrs. Will Adair and Mr. and Mrs. Earl White of Stronghurst and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adair of Oquawka. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Walker and family attended the Kern family picnic near Nauvoo Sunday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell BIythe. Disco, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kern and son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Enhorning. Burlington. Cindy White was honored Sept. 14 by friends on her 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers are the parents of a daughter born at the Lallarpe Hospital Sept. 13. Mr. and Mrs. William Musser were among guests at a family dinner in the home of Mrs. Gothard Newton in Stronghurst Sunday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Will Newton and grandson Jay and son of Silvis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols and Loreen Davis, Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hancock, Kirkwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Musser and family, Smithshire, and Mrs Victoria Musser and Clarence. Mrs. Waldo Erickson attended the Strand reunion at the La- Harpe Clubhouse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cavins Alice Faye and I'lliI Harris Get New Son-in-Law LOS ANGELES (LTD - The tcen-a^ed daughter of actress Alice Faye and comedian Phil Harris was scheduled to be married today in a private ceremony to Arizona rancher Myron R. Beck. Phyllis Wanda Harris, 19, and Beck, 29, Glendale, Ariz., obtained a marriage license Friday. Only members of the couple's immediate family were expected to attend the ceremony at the American Lutheran Church. Tlie marriage is the second for Beck and the first for Miss Har- rU, a former Arizona College student, who makes her home in Palm Springs, Calif. attended the Carriers meeting Sept. 14 at Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Quigley and children spent Sunday in tha Frances Quigley home in Roseville. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS!

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