14 Gqleburg Register-Moil, Golesburg,III. Monday, Sept. 23. 1963 Designers Restyle Falcon. Cars on Display Friday The designers of the 1964 Ford Falcon have given it its first new look since it was introduced four years ago. The grille is a reel angular design, recessed at an angle to complement the side profile, and headlamp bezels arc recessed into (he forward sweep of the front fenders. In (he rear the taillights have now round taillights and are recessed into the body. The rear bumper has a new design, and both front and rear bumpers have better resistance to dents and corrosion because of heavier construction. On the inside the instrument panel is concave in shape with new instruments. The ignition switch has been moved to the right side of the si coring column. The new fresh air heater snd defroster controls have been placed within easy reach of the driver. The front suspension system has been redesigned. New shock absorbers, front strut mountings, reduced friction in ball joints and larger strut bushings all are intended to give the "big car" ride and reduce road noise. The number of spring leaves have been reduced in the rear and the rear springs are longer and wider. The basic engine for the Falcon is an improved version of the six-cylinder 85-horsepower engine. On convertibles and DeLuxe Club Wagons, the six cylinder 101 -horsepower engine will be standard. Sprint models will have the Challenger 260-cubic- inch V-8. This particular engine The Black Hills PASSION PLAY 29 & 30 Sept Sunday Matinee at 2:30 p.m Evenings — 8:00 p.m. Prices $1.60 • $2.20 • $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY - 12:45 p.m. Prices 75c Call or write for tickets Galesburg Register-Mail 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 will be optional on all 1964 models except the Station Bus and Club Wagons. Other new features include galvanized floor side members, lower 16-inch steering wheel, floodlight type instrument cluster illumination, redesigned automatic choke, counterbalanced hood with single action release and a revamped starter. The Falcons will go on display Fridav. Homemakers Convene at Gerlaw GER LAW — The Gerlaw Nite Unit of Warren County Homemakers Extension Association recently met in the home of Mrs. William Phicffer. The music report on Marian Anderson was given by the hostess and the minor lesson on "Public Eating Places" was presented by Mrs. Robert Adcock. The major lesson "Fashion and You," was in charge of Mrs. Richard S. Edwards and Mrs. Marvin Carson. Announcements were made of the annual meeting of the county association at Kirkwood Sept. 30, the fiesta at the Farm Bureau building Nov. 15, the trip to Galesburg for dinner by members and their husbands Sept. 28 and the Chicago trip Oct. 16. Day Unit The day unit recently met at the home of Mrs. Jack McCrery. Mrs. Carrol Oaks and Mrs. Don Lee presented the major lesson "Fashion and You," while the short feature was given by Mrs. Bruce McCrery. In a game prizes fell to Mrs. Frank Hennenfent and Mrs. Bruce McCrery. Return to Tucson Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Rohr of Tucson, Ariz., his mother, Mrs. Frank Rohr and sisters Mrs. Doris Johnson and Mrs. Francis Russell, recently visited at the John Aries home in Moline. Mr. FALCON REDESIGNS MODELS—The 1964 Falcon has undergone its first drastic style change since coming on the market in 1960, but the compact size has been retained. There will be 17 models in five scries for a wide range of customer selection. Alplian Enrolls At DuPage School ALPHA — Richard Borg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Borg left for West Chicago to enroll in DuPage Horticultural School for a year's course. His parents took him there after which they went to St. Elmo, where they spent the weekend visiting friends. Borg is a 1963 graduate of AlWood High School. Alpha Briefs Miss Mary Chalmers of Galesburg came Sunday to visit a few days this week with Mrs. Winifred Reinhart. The September meeting of the Baptist Woman's Society has been postponed one week. The meeting will be held Sept. 24 because of the Rock Island Baptist Association meeting at Cordova. Richard Nelson of 1550 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, former Alpha postmaster, was able to return to his home Sunday after being a patient at a hospital in Duluth, Minn., where he underwent major surgery. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hokan Nelson of Moline. A new Sunday school class called college and career class for young people who are out of high school, including both college young people and those who are employed, will be conducted at the Methodist Church starting Sunday. The teacher is Rev. Gerald Nichols. The first meeting of the season for Junior MYF will and Mrs. Rohr later left for their home. start Oct. 3 at 4 p.m. at the church. Attend Dinner Ross Parker, accompanied by Mrs. Maude Hughes, Mrs. Earl Hickok and Mrs. Margurite Robertson, attended a potluck dinner Sunday with Ed Brasmer at Sherrard, and, in the afternoon, they visited at the cabin home of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Tschappat on the banks of the Mississippi near Loud Thunder. Other visitors included Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Rock Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hughes and sons of Milan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tomlinson of New Windsor were Sunday callers, at the Ross Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud May of Moline were Sunday visitors at the Ralph Kelly home. Jim Nelson left Sunday to enroll at the University of Illinois at Champaign. Tom Smith will enter Quincy college. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bridgeford of Aledo were Sunday guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson and family of Geneseo were Sunday visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson Sr. Vacationers Return Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Speas returned home Saturday from a 2- week vacation when they spent one week in Biloxi, Miss., visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Speas and daughter Sherry, their son being stationed in the Air Force there, going to radio school. They then visited in New Orleans, and took a boat trip to Ships Island to see the Old Ft. BLENDED WHISKY, 86 PROOF, 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. ©1963 SCHENLEY DISTILLERS CO., N.Y. C. r Spectators... Schenley and Snacks J-chenlei |*^p 8 YEARS OH MOftE O'-ft >g*»M0 ItilM GtAlft MUriM*£> M ,5c hen leu RESERVE I 129 1 80 Fifth Pinl ...the life of your party! Spectators...Schenley...and Snacks make an autumn party that's sure to bring cheers. Schenley's refreshing flavor livens up drinks. It's the flavor of finer, aged straight whiskys—mellowed 8 full years before blending with grain neutral spirits. When you entertain, Serve Sociable Schenley—and put life in your party! Saw the Gun TUSCARAWAS, Ohio (AP)-The Rev. William W. Matz, pastor of Sharon Moravian Church, had a personal experience to back up a sermon therm, that "people are too quick to see the bad side of others." He and another Moravian minister, the Rsv. Warren Wenger, are working on Ph.D. degrees. Trevor Deem of Dennison, Ohio, drives them to Philadelphia each Wednesday so they can sleep coming and going from Temple University. While they're in class, Deem sleeps in the car. But he awoke recently to find the car surrounded by police. A passerby had spotted a gun in the car. It turned out to be a plastic toy belonging to Matz' son Randy, 6. The minister noted that Bibles and other church literature in the front seat of the station wagon went unnoticed. Massachusetts, and they also visited Jefferson Davis Home. Other points visited were Silver Springs, Cypress Gardens, and Daytona Beach, Fla., Lookout Mountain at Chattanooga, Term., and Andrew Jackson Home in Nashville. SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer 923 enoirNn.i -9. I *'Don't get mad at lady! I just take people where they tell me to go!" PLEASURE IS GONE KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) What's a taste for beer worth? Pat Headrick, who ust'd to like the stuff, says about $20,000. He has filed federal court suit against a brewing company claiming he was served a bottle of contaminated beer, became violently ill and as a result lost his appetite for beer. The suit asks $20,000 damages for "deprivation of pleasure and enjoyment to which he is entitled." ELLESON'S BAKERY 144 E. MAIN ST* Formerly Federal Bakery Specializing in French Pastries, Danish Pastries, Cream Puffs, Cookies, Breads. 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