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26 Golesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg,IH, Monday, Sept. 23, 1963 Viola Man Advances in Air Force VIOLA—Li. James Mack, who graduated from pilot training Sept. 11 at Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma, is spending two weeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mack. Upon return to duty, he will be stationed at Perrin Air Force Base, Texas, where he will undergo further training in F -102 fighter aircraft. Viola Briefs Miss Sonja Crummy, who teach es school in Wyoming, spent the weekend with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Leo Crummy. Miss Nancy Crummy left Sept. 15 for Moline, where she is enrolled at Blackhawk Junior Col lege as a freshman. Russell Ziegenhorn of Champaign spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ziegenhorn. Mrs. Bruce Curfman and cliil dreii of Prophetstown were guests Sept. 25 of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ziegenhorn. Mrs. Bernice Bowen, daughter Roberta and Ken Wilks of Chicago spent two days with Mrs. Bowen's parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Lindburg. Miss Jane Henderson and Mrs. Maggie Lindburg accompanied Mrs. Harry Ziemer to Jacksonville Sept. 15 to take her son Jeff back to school. Ron Kenney of Chicago visited his parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Ed Kenney, over the weekend. John Kness, Viola, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindquist, Aledo, are visiting in South St. Paul, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Lind- ejuists' son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Max Lindquist, and their newly-adopted son. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Robbins have returned home from a visit of five weeks with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jones and other relatives near Delmont, S. D. Styled to Slim PRINTED PATTERN NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to New York. Watch addreai below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office. FIRST on the program — this soltl*- pleated shirtwaist that will perform superbly season after season. Sew it in easy-care Dacron, cotton. Printed Pattern 4002: Half Sizes 14U, 16V4, 18'. b. 20 1 i, 22'i, 24>,i. Size 16',i requires 5\'a yards 35 inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS In coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pat tern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mail, 411, Pattern DepL 243 W 17th St., New York 11, ti Y Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE: SIZE and STYLE NUMBER PATTERN FREE! Mail coupon Inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now I Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cent* for Catalag. Visitors at Maquon Depart MAQUON — Mr. and Mrs. Gerald O. Gooding and son John, Mount Pleasant, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Charles F, Gooding and son Drew, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. John Moats and son Greg, Rockford, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Gooding and son Tommy, Evanston, have returned to their home. They assisted their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding on the occasion of their open house Sunday afternoon. The open house noted the Gooding's golden wedding anniversary which was July 9. Maquon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lutrell Flowers Form Ontario Unit Meeting Topic ONEIDA — The Ontario Homemakers Extention Unit recently met at the Ontario Congregational Church. The major lesson was on "Winter Flower Arrangements" and a demonstration was given by Mrs. Merle Owrey and Mrs. Everett Njelson. Mrs. Harry Olson, a charter member, gave the minor lesson, "The History of Home Bureau. Mrs. Clifford Munson, county board member, announced the following dates: Sept. 30 an invitation from Warren County to attend annual clay in Kirkwood; Oct. 7 at 9 a.m., Knox County annual day at the Christian Church in Galesburg; Nov. 14 afternoon and evening, the joint meeting of all Knox County units with members and husbands at the Farm Bureau auditorium with the topic of "Talking Out Family Situations." Mrs. Max Olson was welcomed AS a new member. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Engstrand and Mrs, Glenn Richardson. Fined at Cambridge CAMBRIDGE—Willis Reed of Cambridge was fined $5 tTnd costs jn police court Tuesday for a stop sign violation. Albert Phillips, village chief of police, was the arresting officer. of Galesburg were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor. Mrs. Lutrell reports her sister, Mrs. Lucille Conger of Maquon, is improving from her surgery she underwent Saturday at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Mitchell is a freshman student at Carthage College. Mitchell is a 1963 graduate from Knoxville High School, where he won many scholastic honors. Mrs. Cleo Daley of Knoxville and Mrs. Bertha Ratcliffe were guests of Mrs. Mabel Dalton Sept. 13 at her bridge club. Mrs. Viola Widmer held high score; Mrs. Lena Foster, second, and Mrs. Daley, low. Mrs. Bernice Spilman and Mrs. Ratcliffe held the traveling prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper attended the silver wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Gibson of Cambridge Sunday. Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Gibson are cousins. Alan Swearingen Sunday went to Macomb, where he is enrolled as a sophomore at Western Illinois University. Dale Nelson and son of Long Beach, Calif., and his mother, Mrs. Gladys Nelson of Wataga, were supper guests Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper. Nelson is a nephew of Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Nelson had gone to Michigan to visit relatives before returning home. Uncoil laminated Room CAMBRIDGE, Ohio (AP) — In what is believed to be the world's largest "white room" — 72,000 square feet in which temperature, humidity and dust are controlled rigidly to avoid contamination — electronic parts are prepared here for Minuteman intercontinental missiles. Workers at the Radio Corp. of America plant where it is located wear smocks, caps and shoe covers and may not smoke, chew gum, eat or wear cosmetics while in the white room. Each must pass through a high-pressure air shower upon entering. son LOANS $25,0 ° 10 $80000 SEE FRANK CARSON GALESBURG STATE LOAN CO. 31 North Ktllogg Dial 342-5191 Center Prairie Church Lists Speaker CENTER PRAIRIE - Church services in Center Prairie Sunday will be at 8:45 a.m.; Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. The pastor, Rev. Mr. Snider, and family will be on vacation. Pete Peterson of Victoria, beginning his ministry, will be the speaker for Sept. 22 and 29. Center Prairie Briefs Mrs. Mary Harpmaii and Linda entertained Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lindstrom and Mrs. Jennie Creel at a birthday supper Sept. 13 for Mrs, Lindstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mustain were callers Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boostrom in Galva. Mrs. Dorothy Florine of Bishop Hill spent Sept. 12 with her brothers, Mclvin and Ernest Ostrom, and attended the tea at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson, Mrs. Mildred Peterson and Egon Nelson spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson and Violet in Galesburg. The occasion was the birthdays of Egon Nelson, Mrs. Peterson, Carl E. and Arthur Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carlson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Longer Trucks CHICAGO (AP) — Bigger pay loads per truck will move on highways in four states now that increased over-all truck lengths have been voted by lawmakers. South Dakota, says Commerce Clearing House, led the parade with legislation permitting the Carlson, to help celebrate Carlson's birthday, Sept. 14. The WSCS had a tea at the church Sept. 12. operation of 65-foot truck-trailer combinations, an increase from 60-foot maximums. Iowa upped its length-limit from 50 to 60 feet. Arkansas and Indiana lifted the length-limit from 50 to 55 feet. American Association of State Highway Officials recommends a maximum limit of 60 feet. The upper limit of 65 feet is practiced in 10 states, 60 feet, in 10 states, 55 feet in 8 and 50 feet in the remaining 22 and the District of Columbia. Schedule Reunion CAMBRIDGE — The Cochran Family Reunion potluck dinner will be held Sunday, Sept. 22 at noon in the Shelter House at the Chautauqua Park in Kewanee. Ray Schalk, former Chicago White Sox catcher and member of baseball's hall of fame, caught four no-hit games, a major league record. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Car Worries? Never! "I don't know the first thing about taking care of an automobile," says Mrs. Stan Musial, wife of the great St. Louis Cardinals star. "But that doesn't matter, because I know I can count on our Phillips 66 dealer to take care of the car for me. I can do my own housekeeping, but he does my car-keeping. And he does a great job of it, too!" ' 'Service? It's really first-class at Hiillips 66','says Mrs.Stan Musial Service? First-class! Lillian Musial — like so many other women — appreciates the prompt, cheerful service you can expect at the Phillips 66 Shield. "It makes such a difference to have a dealer yo\i can depend on," she says. "Stan thinks Phillips service is first-class. I agree!" Clean and modern! Women—even more than men—like the clean, modern look of Phillips 66 stations. "J may not know anything about cars, but I do know when a rest room is neat and clean," says Mrs. Musial. "Jean and I always look for that 'Certified Clean' sign." Credit—for everything! One of the best things about having a Phillips dealer do the car- keeping is that you can always use a Phillips credit card. "A credit card is not only convenient," says Stan the Man, "it also gives you a complete record for tax purposes." Why don't you take a tip from Stan and Lillian Musial? For first-class service and products... go Phillips 66! 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