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T nmspottation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington, Eastbound 8 Fast Mall .... 3*5 a 30 AkSarBen 5:55 a 10 Denver Zephyr —..^7:52 a a. P » 2 Local —-2 : 59 18 California Zephyr - 12:31 12 Nebraska Zephyr : ™- 1:0 ? Budlnglon. WMlbound 3 to Omaha Lincoln —1« 65 to Kansas City ~~— 7 to Denvet . 3:59 35'to Kansas City .. 3AO 11 to Omaha, Lincoln . 3:10 17 to Calif oral* 8:32 1 to Denver..-.- --—8:22 Bant* F«, GMtbounB 20 Chief — «:J0 16 Texa* Chief . B*0 18 Super Chief* K E1 Capitan* 11:10 * 3 S.t Chief* -^-—11 =« • 184 Orand Canyon 2:20 12 Chicagoan —9:50 Santa T: Wattbotwd 0 K. O. CXlM -2:35 19 Chief 12 55 lar Grand Canyon .-3:20 1 S.F Chief* 7:05 15 Texas Chief 9 56 17 Super Chief- El Capltan* 10:25 p. m Flagstop Otafk. northbound fio ^to Chicago* 9:06 a. m. B06 to Chicago** 4:45 p. m. 690 to Chicago*** 6:39 p. m. Ozark. Southbound to St. Louis** 8:59 a. m. to St. Louis*** 8:44 p. m. •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday •••—Saturday only •••—Saturday only ROB SCHEDULES Waiibound To West Coast 6:30 a. m. To West Coast 1:20 p. rrt To West Coast _ —9:45 Easibound To East Coast 11:55 To East Coast 8fl0 To Peoria 1:20 To Peoria 8:25 Southbound To St. UJUts 10:00 Northbound To Davenport 9:20 141 691 tn m m rn tn m m m m m m m m m m rr. m m p. m p. m. p m NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Galesburg, Illinois hereby invites sealed bids on No. 2 Fuel Oil. Bids will be received until 10:30 A.M., C.D.T., October 4, 1963. Bid forms may be obtained at the office of the City Purchasing Agent located in City Hall. Michael A. Gravino Purchasing Agent 9/25; IT BACKYARD SALE 788 E. LOSEY ST. THURS, Sept. 26—9 to ?? Baby clothes, furniture, toys, adult and children's clothing, shoes, skii'ts, girls winter coat sets, boots, dishes and misc. items. Rain Date Friday, Sept. 27 BIG, BIG Garage Sale 928 ARNOLD THURS., SEPT. 26 — 9 to 5 Nothing sold before 9. Backyard Sale 932 E. SOUTH THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 9 to 4 Rain Date — Friday YARD SALE 678 DAY ST. WEDNESDAY—4 P .M. THURSDAY — ALL DAY Roller Skates, Bowling Ball, lots of clothai, sizes 10 to 16; baby buggy and plants. DRIVEWAY SALE 750 N. ACADEMY THURS., Sept. 26—4 to 7 FRIDAY, Sept. 27—9 to 5 FOR SALE Berkshire and Hampshire Boars. Spring, Fall. Aged. Few nice Gilts vaccinated and tested both ways. Blue Ribbon winners and litter mates. HAGERTY at SON 7 miles East of Galesburg on East Fremont Road. Backyard & Rummt ge Sales, efc. Must b« in our office 12 noon day before ad runs. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail Kreiger Kin Hold Reunion GLADSTONE - Mr. and Mrs. Martin Keever and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Purnald and son of Gladstone attended the annual Krieger family reunion at McMillan Park in Mount Pleasant, Iowa Sunday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. W. Carter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Pickle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Carter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carter, all of New London, Iowa, Mrs. Mary Helphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Art Krieger, Mrs. Pearl Krieger and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Young, all of Mount Union, Iowa. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ostermeier and son, Muscatine, Iowa; Mrs. Alvira Helphrey and family, Danville; Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kr i e g e r and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Krieger and family, Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brimhall, Wayland, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Houman, Morning Sun; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Helphrey, Winfield, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Linder, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Helphrey, Mount Pleasant. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chambers of the City Hall in the City of Galesburg, Illinois, on Thursday, October 10, 1963, at 7:00 o'clock P.M. on a proposal to amend the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Galesburg, Illinois. The proposed Amendment is to redistrict or reclassify from R3, multiple family dwelling to CI, commercial district, the following-described real estate: Lots Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen, Seventeen, Eighteen, Nineteen, Twenty, Twenty-one, Twenty- two and Twenty-three in George F. Peck's Subdivision of Lot Three in the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section Eleven, Township Eleven North, Range One East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, in the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois: Lots Seventeen, Eighteen and Nineteen in the Sub-division of Lots Six, Seven, Eight and Nine in Block One of Peck and Wood's Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, according to a Plat recorded in Volume 83 of Plats at page 363: Original Lots One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six and Seven in Block One in Gale's First Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois: Lots One, Two and Three in Block Six in Gale's First Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois. The above-described premises are located on the East and West sides of Seminary Street beginning approximately three lots south of Grove Street and running thence North to Losey Street. Dated this 25th day of September 1963. PLAN COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF GALESBURG, ILLINOIS. Dale F. Ruedig, Jr. Corporation Counsel 318 Hill Arcade Galesburg, Illinois 9/25; IT Backyard Sale 2135 GRAND AVE. THURSDAY, Sept. 26 Children's, men's and women's clothing, baby furniture, antiques, men's shoe skates. PRICED TO SELL Rain Dale Friday, Sept. 27 Backyard Sale Corner of LOSEY & MONROE THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 Nothing Sold Before 9 A.M. Dishes, knick-knacks, clothing, furniture. Barbie dolls, clothes. STUMP CUTTING May cost less than you think to get rid o» thai unsightly stump Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342-0816 LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS SLOAN'S DECOR CENTER 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 Canvass Area For Proposed Natural Gas NORTH HENDERSON whether or not North Henderson will be provided with natural gas will be determined in the results of a canvass of residents being conducted by the Floral Exchange Club. Canvassers reported today that the survey of residents indicates that the project looks feasible. Women in North Henderson working on the survey include Mrs. Harold Shaver, president of the Floral Exchange Club and Mrs. George Edgar, Mrs. Bess Newcomer and Mrs. Phil Olson. Rio Woman's Club met recently with the North Henderson group to discuss the project and are now surveying their community on the possibilities of bringing a natural gas pipe line to Rio. N. Henderson Party Marks Anniversary NORTH HENDERSON — Mrs. Owen Nail recently entertained guests for lunch for her belated birthday party. Those attending were Mrs. Robert Tornquist, Mrs. Dale Tornquist, Mrs. William Tornquist, Mrs. Charles W. Peterson, Charla and Billy, Mrs. Robert Hill, Connie and Cathy, and Mrs. Don Hall, of New Windsor. Ray Newcomer Jr. of New York is visiting his mother, Mrs. Bess Newcomer. Bill Kline of Burlington and Mrs. Maude Frailey of Denver, Colo., were dinner guests recently with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tornquist. Mrs. Martin Anderson entertained guests at a coffee party the past week in honor of her daughter; Mrs. John Tomlins of Minneapolis, Minn. Guests were Mrs. Robert Fox, Mrs. Don Anderson, Mrs. George Edgar, Mrs. Sig Clark, Mrs. Leone Allgeyer, Mrs. Effie Robinson, Mrs. Walfred Swanson, Mrs. Francis Olson, Mrs. Sam Swanson and Mrs. Alice Armstrong. Miss Nettie Pitman and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson recently were in Rock Island. The women attended a shower for Miss Judy Johnson at the YMCA. Miss Johnson will be married to Gerald Smith of Rock Island Sept. 28. Mr. and Mrs. William Nail have returned home from a vacation trip and a visit with relatives in Kansas and Iowa. Mrs. Alvin Williams and Mrs. Wayne McDowell drove to Osceola, Iowa, for the McDowell's furniture. The McDowells had lived there the past year and have moved here to the Hans Nelson house on South Main Street. Garage Sale 1855 CLAY DRIVE THURSDAY, SEPT. 26—9 to 5 Clean clothing for the entire family and miscellaneous items. REASONABLY PRICED Backyard Sale THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 952 ARNOLD ST. 9 A.M. Electrical appliances, girls' bicycle, like new; children's and adults clothing, miscellaneous. MONON SEED WHEAT Cleaned, Treated and Bagged $3.00 Baird Hybrids Williamsfield, 111. Phone 639-4155 WATAGA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH — ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN DINNER THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 Serving at 5:30 Adults, SI.35 Children, /5c FOR RENT OCTOBER 1 — 6 room all modern house. Large lot. Garage. Stoker heat. Close to all factories. Write Box 821, c/o Register-Mail. Used TV Sets 24" CORONADO rft95 Nice 21" ADMIRAL *fy Repairman's Delight TV SETS COO from «j# ea. ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Seek to Retain Theater 420 E. MAIN ST. ABINGDON — Abingdon residents are being urged to give support toward reopening the theater here before its owners sell and remove the equipment therein. If enough public interest is shown, a downtown movie can be maintained on a high level and could result in a profitable investment, according to back- Birthday Is Observed At Larehland LARCHLAND — Mr. and Mrs. Barney Southers and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lair of Monmouth were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Southers and family Tuesday. Francis Southers observed his birthday on the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. John Conant and son of Lawrenceburg, Ind., have returned home after spending a week with relatives. Mrs. Pearl Fillman of Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. William Fillman and son Steve, and Miss Ann Armstrong spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fillman of near Little York helping Mrs. Fillman celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Lula Torlcy of Midland, Mich., and Mrs. Bertha Scouller of Monmouth, recently called on Mrs. Era Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hopkins assisted their son James Hopkins and family in moving from west of Monmouth to a house in Monmouth this weekend. Mrs. George Lewis spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dunbar of Versailles, 111. Clarence Goldsmith of Kewanee is visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Fillman. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray Sunday were Wade Waugh, of Seaton, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Algren and iins of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Bowers of Carlisle, Iowa, were recent guests of Mrs. Era Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. George Rader have returned home from several days visit with their son, Wayne Rader and family of Carlinville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor of Staples, Fla., spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson. The husbands of the members of the Larehland Community Aid Society installed a new sub floor and linoleum in the hall. Mr. and Mrs. David Stinemates of Peoria spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stinemates. ers of the movement. Interested persons are being asked to attend a meeting in this regard Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in bank directors room. Backyard Sale THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 884 E. THIRD ST. 8 A.M. Children's and Adults Clothing, Winter Clothing, Miscellaneous. Rain Date Friday, Sept. 27 Rummage Sale 74 S. SEMINARY FRIDAY, SEPT. 27— 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPT. 28— 8 A.M. to noon Sponsored by Association of Universalis! Church Women FOR SALE '48 Chevrolet 2 Dr., Good Condition. See at OLIN'S GARAGE Knoxville, 111. FOR SALE Ford Corn Picker 2-Row Mounted and A.C. Hay Chopper. Both good condition. Clarence LaFoliette, 3 miles N.E. Williamsfield. Phone 639-4369. COMPLETE TREE REMOVAl Fully Insured - Free Estimate! POWER STUMP REMOVAL OLSON'S TREE SERVICE Call Collect - Trojan 6-2103 GiUon. 111. Galesburg. Ill - 342-6234 PUBLIC AUCTION 18 ACRE FARM Located 3 miles Last of Blan- dtasville, Illinois on Route No. 9. on Saturday, Sept. 28 Starting Promptly at 2:00 P.M. (D.S.T.) For details contact either of the undersigned auctioneers: Col. Stanley Halley. Cameron. 111.. Phone: 51 on 11 Cameron or Col. Eugene While. Monmouth, 111., Ph.: 714-2779. Monmouth. Lodge Announces Pro Tern Officers Mrs. Bertha Johnson, Abingdon Rcbekah Lodge vice grand, at Monday evening's session presided as noble grand pro tern. Other pro tern officers included Mrs. Verna Dunlap, vice grand; Mrs. Winnie Lomax, right supporter to the vice grand; Mrs. Jennie Castle, District Association 11 treasurer, and Mrs. Nora Paull, past president and right supporter to the vice president, were introduced by the noble grand. Mrs. Johnson, district chaplain, was introduced by the vice grand. Mrs. Ethel Knapp was honored with the birthday song as she donated to the birthday bank. Abingdon News Briefs Cashman Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Scba Davis, 1728 McMastcr Ave., Galesburg, Oct. 2 at 1:30 p.m. Abingdon 'Rebckah Lodge Past Noble Grand Club will meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Althca Bond. District Association Past Noble Grands will convene in Abingdon Rebckah Hall for a potluck supper Sept. 30 at 6:30 p.m. Meat and drink will be furnished by Abingdon past noble grands. Miss Linda Penn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Penn, 400 N. Jefferson St., Abingdon, Sept. It was graduated from Gradwol School of Laboratory Technicians in St. Louis, Mo. She will serve an internship at McDonough District Hospital beginning Oct. 14. Plan Library Week The John Mosser Public Library is already making plans for Good Book Week which is nationally observed from Nov. 10-16. This year the week will be highlighted by a "Friends of the Library" dinner Nov. 15. New books at the library wore listed as follows: Far Side of Home, My Darling Clementine, Shoes of the Fisherman, Dreams Are for Tomorrow, Nurse Comes Home, Norah's Ark, Fletcher's End, Christmas Near and Far and Rim of the Range. Viola Boosters Projects Are Announced VIOLA — The Viola Boosters Association held its first business meeting of the season Sept. 16, at the Park United Presbyterian- Church. Dinner was served by the Women's Guild of the church. Since the oiling and chipping of all village streets and private drives have been completed, a committee including Philip Richardson, Ralph Butcher and Don Hamilton was appointed to confer with the village board concerning installing street signs, one of the Booster Association projects. It was voted to again sell fruit cakes as a money-making project and announcement was made that the Dutch bulbs, ordered directly from a grower in Holland, had been shipped and would soon be here to deliver to persons who ordered them last spring from the association. Jim Jacobs and Mrs. Don Harrison were appointed on a committee to make plans for the children's Halloween party. The holdover president is Harold Robbins. Newly-elected officers include: Vice president, John Schaechter; secretary, Mrs. Gertrude Morris, and treasurer, Jim Jacobs. Following the business meeting, a talk was given by Jim Broun, who attended Boys Stale last summer, sponsored by the Viola American legion Post and the Viola Boosters. Of Maquon MAQUON - Garland Dillon of Aberdeen, Md., came Sunday to join his wife, who has boon visiting her aunts, Mrs. Kenneth Summers and Mrs. Gordon Ratcliffe nnd other relatives. Dillon had been to Colorado on a business trip the past 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dcsyne and two sons of Roanoke were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faucon and Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sheets and children and Donna Gooding spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A Sheets, Camden. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Stackhouse, Galesburg, and Frank Hendrix, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor. Nola and Bruce Conger arc staying with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, while their mother, Mrs. Lucille Conger, is a patient at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Phillip Davis of Joliet spent Sunday and Monday with his mother, Mrs. L. C. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Davics and son, who had spent the summer in Chicago, returned to Maquon the past weekend. They will stay at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Oudcrkirk, while Davies completes his work at Bradley University, Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Russell B007. Sept. 12 took her uncle Bert Smith to the Knox County Nursing Home where he will spend the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cowman and children Craig and Janrac, drove to Milwaukee, Wis., Saturday and spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Van dc Loo. Mrs. Martha Alice Henderson of Havana spent Sept. 12 with her mother, Mrs. Effie Stiarwalt. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Davis and daughters moved Monday from the Walter Piatt rental property on Main Street to tenant house of Robert Sherman. Davis will be employed as a farm hand by Sherman. Gofesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Iff. Wed, Sepf,,25, 1963 31 News Notes I KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Stage Is Set for Annual Lettermen's Banquet, Oct. 4 KNOXVILLE - Any letterman of Knoxville High School who did not receive an invitation to the annual Lcttcrman's Banquet is being a.sked to phone Sam Patton, 289-8821, for a reservation. The banquet will be held in the cafeteria Friday, Oct. 4, at 6:30 p.m. preceding the Knoxville Corpus Christi game at 8:30 p.m. J. Wendell Stamps, former conch from 1928-1953, will be an honored guest. Preceding the banquet, a parade will be held at 2:15 p.m. in downtown Knoxville. Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. the homecoming program will begin in Jensen gymnasium. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stamps will be at the high school cafeteria Sunday, Oct. fi, from 3-5 p.m. to reminisce with old and new friends. Ministers Return Ministers of the Knoxville Con- News Notes of Fairview Area FAIRVIEW - The Lone Elm Community Club recently held a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lafferty. Mrs. J. W. Lindstrom visited | in Farmington Friday with her I mother, Mrs. lna Phipps and her ; sister First Sgt. Marcy Phipps. I who is visiting here with rela- | tives and friends from West Point, N. Y. Entertain For Bride-Elect ' NEW WINDSOR—Miss Sharon Poole of Princeville, who will become the bride of Roger Schoenbein of New Windsor on Oct. 13, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Lyle Anderson. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Jack Roeper of Dunlap, Mrs. Lester Baraks, Mrs. Harlan Peterson, Mrs. Edwin Peterson and Mrs. Clarence Anderson. The selected weddings colors of turquoise and white were in evidence for both the serving and the gifts. Mrs. Groeper assisted the honoree in unwrapping and displaying her gifts. Awards in contests were received by Mrs. Charles W. Peterson, Mrs. Corwin Bopp, Mrs. Ernest Gummerson and Mrs. Lewis Yerkey. Among the thirty guests who attended were Mrs. Groeper and daughter Robin of Dunlap, Mrs. William Schoenbein of Pekin and Mrs. Harold Poole of Princeville. READ THE WANT ADS! Little York Club Hears Camp Report LITTLE YORK - The first meeting of the Little York Woman's Club was held recently at the Little Cedar United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Myrtle Ash gave a report of the district board meeting at Viola. The Bi- county meeting will be held at Monmouth at the Second United Presbyterian Church Oct. 7. Delegate named was Mrs. James Connell. Miss Sandra Terpcning, who had attended music camp at Macomb, related some of her experiences and sang a song. The Pittsburgh Paint and Glass Co. showed slides from "Come Catch a Rainbow." With this theme in mind the serving table centerpiece featured a rainbow. Mrs. John Hoben presided at the coffee service. Little York Briefs Mrs. Jessie Key has been staying at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Robert Jo.scphson, Monmouth, while Mrs. Jasephson was a patient in Monmouth Hospital. Mrs. Clyde Goff and baby daughter Susan Lynn have returned from Monmouth Hospital. Mrs. Riley Talbott has returned from Orion where she spent several days at the home of her son Donald and family. Mrs. William McMahon and son Billy Todd are visiting Mrs. Louise Stewart and family at Hammond, Ind. Chuck Thieme broke a small bone in his foot when practicing football. Virgil Boock accompanied Harold Ranney of Aledo to a meeting in Peoria recently for supervisors and general agents of the Republic Investors Life Insurance Co. gregation of Jehovah's Witnesses have returned home from a three- day Bible instruction session at Moline. Sunday afternoon 1,058 delegates from north central Illinois heard the featured talk "The Bible Triumphs in a Scientific World," delivered by Angelo Cal- nnzaro, district supervisor of the Witnesses from New York. Daniel Grouse, presiding minister of the group here, said that the assembly was a refresher course in the ministry which would better qualify the local ministers to pursue their Bible education activities. A baptismal service was held Saturday afternoon for the ordination of new ministers. Hals Needed Anyone wishing to donate hats for patients at the Research Hospital arc asked to bring them to the Christian Church not later than Monday evening. The hats will be taken to the hospital for the "Hat Bar" which is held each year. Br' *s Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Templeton and Kathy were recent callers in Mnrissa, 111., due to the death of Mrs. Tcmplcton's aunt, Mrs. John Albert. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lane visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joy Lane in Wheaton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosine visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald White and family in Rockford. Floyd Olson and Harry Rosine were among those attending the Farm Progress Show at Morton, Tuesday. Cameron Couple Complimented CAMERON — Hotel Nauvoo was the scene of the 16th anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtis. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Conard, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tinkham, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Higbce, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linder, and Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Stilie of Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown of Oneida and Mrs. David Poole of Monmouth. READ THE WANT ADS! A Wedding In Your Future? Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too 342-1417 Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 E. Main Get More STRONG AlUNYI.ON-14" AND 15" SIZES GijmfflwL I f -i from I j 9^ plus tax and casing H 'JII .IMIM GALESBURG TIRE & VULCANIZING CO. KENNETH HOLEMAN, Prop. 210 W. Simmons St. 342-2713

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