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24 Gofesburg Regfsfer-Mott, GdlesburQ, Ht. Monday, Sept., 23,. ,1963 ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 REIGN AT ABINGDON—Mike Weathers and Diane Hook (above) who were crowned Abingdon High School Homecoming king and queen Saturday night. Pick Homecoming Royalty ABINGDON—Abingdon High School 1963 homecoming king and queen. Mike Weathers and Diane Hook, respectively, were crowned Saturday evening at the dance in grade school all-purpose room. Robert Kniss, in charge of the coronation, during intermission, presented the royalty and the following attendants: Harold .Sparks and Barbara Swanson, seniors; Larry Fritz and Cynthia Jenkins, juniors; Fred Lewis and Joann Way, sophomores, and Leslie Swanson and Linda Nuckles, freshmen. Special recognition was given members of classes, '63, '58, '53, '48 and '43 by the Hi-Lighters 6- piece band from Canton led by John Thompson, which furnished music for dancing. Arrange Decorations Decorations, in charge of Sandi Carlson, followed the theme, "TV Tidbits," and serving was under the direction of Patti Jones. Fred Reynolds supervised ticket sales and Ken Morby had charge of coat checking in addition to serving as Friday afternoon parade marshal. An estimated 300 persons attended the event. Student Council members were responsible for planning of the 2- day 1963 homecoming celebration, with Hayden Cooper serving as adviser. Officers include Bill Darmer, president; Bill Butler, vice president; Gail Gleave, secretary; Larry Lewis, treasurer and Sandi Carlson, publicity. sin has been in the Army 14 years. Investments Are Outlined for Club Abingdon Rotary Club program last week was given by Cleon Johnson of Galesburg, who spoke on investments and pointed out types which will give a fixed income, in addition to equity such as real estate and stocks. He also discussed the growing trend of stock purchases through mutual funds. Board of directors were hosted at Rev. John Buran home following the regular session. Dr. Jim Packard will take the place of the Rev. Mr. Buran, president, who resigned, effective Oct. 1, and Cornelius Sandoval •was appointed to serve as vice president for remainder of the year. • John Kinder reported plans for the annual Rotary smorgasbord in October. Dr. Bradway was honored with the birthday song as a special birthday cake baked <by Friendly Cafe cooks was presented him. Guests included Galesburg Rotarians Blaine Gorham, Claire VanNorman, Les R. Wilkinson, Kenneth Smart and Macomb Rotarian Joe Stipanowich. A11 .members were reminded of this week's ladies night meeting in conjunction with Kiwanis Club Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in Methodist Church. Style Show Planned By Abingdon Class Kum Dubble Class of Christian Church, Tuesday beginning at 7 p.m., will conduct a fall fashion show in Christian Church Fellowship Hall. Clothes from Shanks store will be modeled by class members and their families, with jewelry accessories furnished by Treasure House. Hair styling will be done by Charm Center, Connie's Beauty Box, Lulu's, Maxine's, Pat Simpson's and Lee Grimes beauty shops. Special prizes will be furnished by local merchants. Members were asked to notify Marje Hickerson as to cookies being donated by each. Rehearsal will be held this evening at 7 o'clock and help will be needed at that time to set up ramp and decorate. The public will be welcome,at the event and tickets may be obtained from any class member in advance or at the door. London Mills School Club Convenes LONDON MILLS - First meet ing of the year of the Parents and Teachers Club was held Sept. 12 at the grade and junior high school. The schedule for October is as follows: Eighth grade room par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Harding and program chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Glaser, and seventh grade room parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Roger McPhail, program chairmen. Room parents for the ninth grade are Mr. and Mrs. George Sampson. The October meeting will be a potluck supper with teachers and families as guests. The president introduced new families who were present. Gene Rask, a member of the school board, explained the unofficial election to be held Oct. 5 at which time the public will be asked to choose a site for the new school. The voters will be given a choice of two sites. Guest speaker was Ralph Newburg of Galesburg, parole agent and supervisor for the Illinois Youth Commission in an 11-county area. He told of his work with the commission. He sited lack of parental discipline, school dropouts, poor home life as contributing to juvenile delinquency. Leaving for Korea Sgt. and Mrs. Larry Robsin and four daughters have arrived at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thurman, from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., where he had been stationed the past eight months. He will leave Oct. 20 lor Korea to spend approximately t ¥t years, during which time Mrs. Robsin and children will remain in Abingdon located at the Thurman home until suitable housing can be found. Sgt. Rob- Orion Man Honored at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR—Carl O. Lindgren of Orion, who observed his 75th birthday Sunday, was honored at a dinner at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Lindgren at New Windsor. Also attending the event were Mrs. C. O. Lindgren, Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Lindgren and family, Miss Amy Lindgren and Mrs. Etta Chase of Orion and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thor and family. Mrs. George Roquet's birthday anniversary Sept. 15 was the occasion for a celebration at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roquet. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Medd and family of Bettendorf and Mr. and Mrs. Mario Forseth and daughters also attended the noon dinner. The birthday anniversary of Mrs. C. A. Swanson of New Windsor which occurred Sept 19 was observed Sunday at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McElroy at London Mills. Attending the dinner with Mrs. Swanson were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ryan and family of New Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Swanson and son of Rio and Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Swanson of Macomb. Houston Couple Greeted at Gladstone GLADSTONE — Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Christy of Houston, Tex., arc spending two weeks with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cisna, Galdstone, and with her mother, Mrs. Dolly Fryer in Burlington. Another daughter, Mrs. Edith Fox of Warrenville, came Wednesday to help celebrate the birthday anniversary of their mother, Mrs. Fryer. Gladstone Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Walter Herin have returned from a visit in Adrian, Mich, with their son-irv law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hostetler. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Law visited in the home of their son Clinton and family the past weekend in Davenport. They also called on the Logan Lubke family in Moline and Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Douglas at Port Byron. Mr. and Mrs. John Law entertained a group of relatives at a birthday party Sunday in their home honoring their son Kenneth and Mrs. Miller Huffman. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Miller Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Albin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seitz, Mrs. Nile Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson and Rhonda and Jeanne Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graham entertained relatives at a dinner Sept. 11 in their home, honoring their son Bill on his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Babcock and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Thomas were guests at a dinner Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Earhart in Monmouth. Clifford Morris of Peoria was called here Sept. 14 by the illness of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris. Mr. and Mrs. David Cook entertained at a birthday dinner honoring their daughter Cynthia, who was 10 Sept. 10. Aunts and uncles of the honoree were present. They were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bollman, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Martin, Gladstone, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cook, Biggsville. FOOD LINE—Several hundred residents of the Knoxvillc community gathered at the city's new recreational park Saturday where merchants and sponsors of the event staged a gigantic picnic, and all for free. The affair was provided to acquaint the public with the site of the proposed park and its potentials. For hours a long line of people formed to be served barbecued beef provided by the Knoxvillc Sales Barn, the firm contributing two large 4 -H club calves. During the afternoon the Knoxvillc High School Band, under the direction of Charles Knapp, provided entertainment. Marking 84th Year WOODHULL - Theodore N. Johnson, lifetime resident of the Woodhull community, will observe his 84th birthday anniversary Sept. 24. Many Winners OCEANPORT. N. J. (UPD- Jockey Steve Brooks rode the 4,000th winner of his career aboard a horse named Johnsal. LEGAL NOTICE Sale of Real Estate City of Galesburg, Illinois The City of Galesburg, Illinois hereby advertises for the sale by sealeil bids, of real estate, owned by said City, and located and described as below. Location: Along the Northerly line of Peck Street and adjoining the Westerly line of the right-of-way of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, all in the City of Galesburg, Illinois. Description: That portion of Lots Twenty-seven, Twenty- eight, Twenty-nine and Thirty in Block Five of Peck and Wood's Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, which lies South of the Southerly line of the right-of- way of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company. Use: Not used by the City of Galesburg, Illinois for any corporate purpose. Bids will be received until 5:00 o'clock P.M., Central Daylight Tune, October 21, 1903 at the office of the City Purchasing Agent, located in City Hall, Galesburg, Illinois. Bids will be opened and considered at the regular meeting of the City Council, corporate authorities of said city, on October 21. 1U63. The meeting commences at 7:30 P.M., Central Daylight Time, and convenes at the City Hall. Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois. Bid forms may be obtained at the office of the City Purchasing Agent, located in City Hall, Galesburg, Illinois. Michael A. Gravmo, Purchasing Agent. 9/9-16-23; 3T. Family Moves From Farm at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bredberg and family vacated the Max Briggs farm southeast of New Windsor the first of the week and moved to Shale City. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Dominick and daughters of Crystal Lake were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holland. Mrs. Dominick is a sister of Holland. Evan Thomas returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Thomas Sept. 13 and they accompanied him to Jacksonville, where he entered his junior year at the Illinois College. Thomas had been employed at the Skyland Camp at South Hero, Vt., since last June. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Thomas attended the meeting of the Henry County Rural Letter Carriers at Kewanee, Sept. 13. They also attended the Warren-Henderson counties meeting at Roseville Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crawford attended a dinner Sunday marking the fourth birthday of their granddaughter, Carole Brown, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown at Viola. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crawford and family, and Mrs. Vera Patterson of Taylor Ridge. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crawford attended the Curtis Boes family reunion at the Legion Hall at Reynolds. Miss Martha Shannon has started her pre-student teaching experience at the Eugene Field School in Rock Island, which will continue until Dec. 13. William Matthews of the Knox College faculty filled the pulpit Sunday at the United Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis of Streator were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leonard. The Leonards took their guests on a tour of Nauvoo and accompanied them to the Davis family reunion at Yates City. Hungry Folks Deplete Food Supply at Knoxville Event KNOXVILLE — Approximately 2,500 persons with good appetites depleted a lot of food Saturday afternoon in Knoxville's recreational park on the north side of the city. To acquaint the public with the new facilities for the community's leisure moments, sponsors of the park staged a gigantic picnic with everyone of the area as guests. A record number appeared with ideal weather as an aid. William Bruniga, manager of the Knoxville Sales Barn, not only played a prominent part in promoting the affair, but gave two 4-H calves used for barbecue beef sandwiches. Merchants of Knoxville provided potato chips, pop, watermelon and other food, while the Junior Woman's Club baked beans for the menu and also acted as hostesses. The latter organization has al Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington, Eastbound 8 Fast Mail 3:05 a. m 30 AkSarBen — 5:55 a. m READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 10 Denver Zephyr 1 :52 a. m 2 Local rjj:5° »• m 18 California Zephyr —12:31 p. m 12 Nebraska Zephyr 7:05 p. m Burlington. Westbound 3 to Omaha Lincoln —1:48 a. m 55 to Kansas City 1:55 a. m 7 to Denver —3:55 a m 35 to Kansas City 3:00 p. m 11 to Omaha, Lincoln ...3:10 p. m 17 to California 6:32 p m. 1 to Denver 8:22 p m Santa Fe, Eastbound 20 Chief 4:40 a. m. 16 Texas Chief 6:40 a. m 18 Super Chief- El Capitan» 11:10 a. m •i S.F Chief 11:45 a. m 124 Grand Canyon _ 2:20 p. m 12 Chicagoan „ ...5:50 p m Santa Fe, Westbound 9 K. O. Chief 2:35 a. m 19 Chief 12:55 p m 123 Grand Canyon 3:20 p m 1 S.F Chief 7:05 p. m 15 Texas Chief 9:55 p m 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* 10:25 p. m •—Flagstop Ozark Northbound Flight 140 to Chicago* _ -9:00 a. m. 906 to Chicago'* . - -4:45 p. m. 690 to Chicago**' 6:39 p. m. Ozark Southbound 141 to St. Louis" 8:59 a. m. 691 to St. Louis**' 8:44 p. m. •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday ••*•—Saturday only ••"—Saturday only •»US SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast ... ... 6:30 a. m. To West Coast 1:20 p. re To West Coast 9:45 p. m Easlbound To East Coast 12:01 p. m. To East Coast . . 8*0 p m Southbound To St. Louis 10.-00 a. m Northbound I lo Peoria 1:15 p. m. To Davenport .._9:#) p. to. Rio Youths Join Campuses RIO — Young people attending colleges from Rio are Jan ice Lindsey, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb; Rollin Swanson, Ellen Crowell and Carolyn v. Pitman, Western Illinois University, Macomb; Ann Lake, Monmouth College; Sally Pople, Illinois State Normal University, Normal; Bill Millen, Black Hawk Junior College, Moline; Judy Bowman and Mrs. Diane (Bodeen) Fairchild, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; Bernie Millen and Jim McCaw, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wis.; Bill Flack, Sue and David Carlson and Harold Watters, University of Illinois; Eddie Munson, Elkhart University, Elkhart, Ind. Anniversary Noted Mr. and Mrs. Pete Leafgreen were host to an anniversary dinner in their home for their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allison, New Windsor, Sept. 8. Others present were Turee and Dudly Allison and Donald Eiker, Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Leafgreen attended a potluck supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kimpton in Galesburg for the 38th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leafgreen, Galesburg. Homemakers Meet The Unit of Illinois Homemakers Extension Association met Sept. 16 at the home of Mrs. George Leafgreen with Mrs. Walter Hanson as co-hostess. Mrs. William Leafgreen was a guest. The minor lesson, "History of Our Organization, State, County, National and International," was given by Mrs. Robert Galbreath. Major lesson, "Winter Arrangements" was by Mrs. Robert Swanson and Mrs. Dale W. Johnson. Mrs. Lavern Peterson and Mrs. Herbert Swanson were appointed to serve on the membership committee under Mrs. Delb e r t Litchfield. Membership kickoff breakfast will be Sept. 25 at 9:30 a.m. at the Farm Bureau auditorium. liold Luncheon The Ladies Service Guild of the Rio Presbyterian Church met for a luncheon Sept. 5. Mrs. Kenneth Reynolds talked on "Stewardship." ready purchased playground equipment that at present is in storage awaiting landscaping of the grounds. Many others have participated in the project that has been under consideration for the last two years. Saturday's affair was to let the entire community become acquainted with the movement. From 1 p.m. until four hours later, food was handed out without charge to the guests until the supply ran out about 5 p.m. Still Shopping Sixteen members of the Knox Homemakers Extension Association and one guest, Mrs. Kay Brooks, met at the home of Mrs. Lillie McElwain. Mrs. Wayne Howarter was co-hostess. Using the major lesson, "How Do You Rate as a Shopper?" Mrs. Everett Taylor, home adviser, by means of a question and answer quiz, showed the women how to improve their shopping methods. The minor lesson given by Mrs. John Fry gave the history of Home Bureau, now Homemakers Extension Association, international, national, state and county. A report showed that the international association now has over six million members in 38 counties. The board member, Mrs. Edwin Griffith, announced that Mrs. Ruth Potter is the assistant home adviser. Dates of coming events are the membership breakfast Wednesday 9:30 a.m., hat-making day Sept. 30, with an all-day meeting. The United Nations tour, headed by Mrs. Jay Wycoff, international president, will start by bus from Peoria Oct. 2 and will return Oct. 8. Annual Day will be held at the Christian Church in Galesburg Oct. 7. The Knox Unit will be in charge of registration and presentation of the gavel. Mrs. Clifton Adams is in charge of presentation. The afternoon address will be on laundering. During the business meeting, Mrs. Wayne Howarter appointed Mrs. John Derham Sr. legislative chairman. Contests were won by Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Fry, which were conducted by Mrs. Edgar Moorehead. Mrs. Lewis Nichols was hostess to the Haw Creek Unit of Homemakers Extension Service at the September meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Nelson presided, with the lesson, "Winter Arrangements," given by Mrs. James Walker. She displayed a variety of weeds and flowers that can be attractively dried, sprayed or tinted for a novel bouquet. Mrs. Walker, board member, listed the proceedings of several meetings she had attended and gave the dates of coming events. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Clarence Walker. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 president, conducted the meeting. Fourteen members and one guest answered roll call with a Bible verse. Devotions, "As A Servant," taken from the book "One People of God," was given by Mrs. Howard Bailey. The program, "Learning From the Concern Magazine," was presented by Mrs. Ralph Westerfield. The Presbyterial meeting will be held at Alexis Oct. 4, it was announced. Briefs Circle K, 4-H Club, will meet at Glisson Community Center Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Officers will be elected. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the club may attend or contact Mrs. Dean Simkins, 289-9187, Mr. and Mrs. A. Neil King of Canoga Park, Calif., are the patents of a son born Sept. 5. He has been named Alan Neil King Jr. Mrs. King is the former Dorothy Whitson, daughter of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, former Knoxville residents. Appleton PTA will meet in the Appleton Grade School Thursday at 8 p.m. Each family attending is being asked to bring potluck dessert and sandwiches. The program will be presented by Edwin Gumm of rural Galesburg, who will show slides of a tour that had been taken behind the Iron Curtain. The Appleton Country Club will meet with Mrs. Roy Gibson Sr. Thursday for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Each member is asked to recount a school day experience for roll call. The Mary Ann Conway Circle of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. D a r r e 1 McMeen Wednesday at 2 p.m and family of Kenosha, Wis., visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Millie Sommers, and Mrs. Sommers' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaFollette. Their son Larry has enrolled at Knox College. Mary Unit to Meet Mary unit of LCW of First Lutheran Church at Knoxville, will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Alva Gehring and Mrs. H. M. Butt, 207 S. Market St. Kerner Names Four Area Men To State Groups Men from Toulon and Media were named to the state Soil and Water Conservation District Advisory Board last week by Gov. Otto Kerner. They are Doren E. Bricker of Media and Angus Stuart of Toulon. Named by Kerner to the Advisory Board of Livestock Commissioners was Dr. Glenn A. Case of Kewanee, while Em Lindbeck of Kewanee was named to the commission to study and survey problems pertaining to counties. Set London Mills Kindergarten Benefit LONDON MILLS—The London Mills Kindergarten Mothers Organization is sponsoring a homemade ice cream and pie or cake and coffee social Sept. 28 at the City Park, with serving from 5 to 8 p. m. In case of rain the event will be held in the former Bank Building. Proceeds will be used to purchase supplies and equipment for Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sommers the kindergarten. H. Cleon Johnson Co. INVESTMENT DEALER 1130 N. Broad St., Galesburg, III. MONEY TO INVEST? Learn about these Mutual Funds The University of Arizona already has scheduled the Air Force Academy and Indiana for the 1968 football season. Circles to Meet Rebecca Giles Circle of the Knoxville Methodist Church will meet at the home of Miss Iva Barbar Wednesday at 2 p.m. Circle I Meets Circle I of the Presbyterian Church met for a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Hollis Taylor recently, with Mrs. John Worthington as co-hostess. Mrs. Kenneth Martin, vice Hours Changed ALTONA - Dr. Paul Morling of Altona, will have office hours Thursday evenings instead of Friday evenings as in the past. Fo* Froe Prospectus on Any ot the Abo*-* Mentioned Funds Please Call ... H. Cleon Johnson George Donaldson Marguerite Smalley {L G. Thomyson Galesburg 343-5314 Galesburg 343-6691 Monmouth 734-2065 Geneseo 2(j23

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