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GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St Phone WE 2-2658 Outing Held by Lions Club GALVA—Members of the Galva Lions Club held their annual hobo party Wednesday at Lake Calhoun. Twenty-seven members and seven guests were present to eat the beef stew from coffee cans. The food was prepared by Al Frank, Don Schuster and Russell Alderman. James White reported on the sale of football tickets which the club sponsored. Four more tickets' - i were sold this year than last year for a fotal of 209 tickets. John Murcheson and A] Frank designed the float used for the queen crowning ceremony this year and was appraised as the most outstanding one in the 16 years thai the club has sponsored the event. It was announced that Bert Johnson is a patient, at St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg for observation and treatment. John Murcheson, street sign chairman, announced that next Wednesday night will be a work night for the signs and all available members were asked to report at his truck shed ready for work. Guests at the meeting included Dale Collis, Everett Quinney, Ray Young, Willie Thompson, E. B. Tucker and James Newman, of RIB SHACK North on Route ISO Blb», Beet Chicken. Fried Chicken. Shrimp, Piwa. Sand- wichei. Air Conditioned For carry out gerviee Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. Galva, and Judson Lusher of Ke wanee. Firemen Dancing Party Set Nov. 29 The Galva Fire Department will hold its annual dance Nov. 29 in the Galva High School gym and the music will be supplied by Paul Wircman and his band of Rock Falls. The "Gadabouts" is a 10-piece band and will also include "The Cadettcs," a girl trio. This band was awarded a citation by the National Ballroom Operators Association for outstanding performances. The committee includes Russell Alderman, Robert Tarleton, Keith Carter and Herb Lamb. FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 different ialads, 3 different meats, vegetables and reliihei, fiih on Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday Call 343-9440 413 N. Seminary Seating capacity 125 EAGLES DANCE FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 9 'Til 12 GOLDEN ROCKET PLAYBOYS Ontario Group Tours Cottage ONEIDA — The Ontario Congregational Women's League Sept. 17 took a tour of the Carl Sandburg Home and Jasperson's Maple Shop. The tour was followed by a luncheon at the American Beauty restaurant. Plans for the breakfast at the church Oct. 3 were discussed. Set Rally Day Sunday will be rally day at the Methodist Church. There will be a service during the worship hour for the teachers of the church school. Following the church school hour, there will be a potluck dinner at 12:30 p.m. Oneida News Notes Rev. and Mrs. T. Wayne Biehl attended the district meeting for ministers Tuesday at the Methodist Church in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Scott of Rantoul and Mrs. G. F. Harry of Creve Couer spent the weekend in the horrid of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott and Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Harmison and children were in Macomb Sunday. Harmison attended a 40 & 8 meeting. Mrs. Harmison and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Swanson and daughters. HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Agnes L. Nalley, 453 Arnold St. Mrs. nachel A. Walker 722 Mtaple Ave. Michael E. Housh, "A. Augustine. Earl W. Ltkes, Cameron. Uandell D. Frey, l' r Meadow Dr. John A. Coon, Galva. Mrs. Verna I. Bancy, Altona. Jamie L. Clark, 900 McClure St. Gary L. Johnson, 108 Blaine Ave. Cathy L. Nelson, 801 Pine St. Mrs. Margaret Johnson, 875 E. Brooks St. Tana L. Meldrum, 107 Arnold St. Mrs. Marie Bess. 519 E. Third St. Mrs. Beverly J. Scott, 171!) Rock Island Ave. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Lynn C. Wiley, 1079 Huhcr St. Michael J. Conner, 749 W. North St. Lewis S. Peterson, 490 E. Fifth St. Mrs. Marilyn E. Jackson, 778 E. Grove St. Mrs. Mary Voellcr. 045 Ohio Ave. Cheryl H. Adams, 137 Ivan Ave. Mis. Beverly ,1. Hlx and hahy, 1224 N. Seminary St. Nancy L. Steele, Galesburg Route 2. Michael L. Livingston. 1311 E. North St. Mrs. Doris J. Eyer, 1034 W. Grove St. Kelly O. Jones, Monmouth. Mrs. Geneva I. Kcil, Wtlllamsfield. Geneva V. Lundeen. Watnga. Mrs. Flossie M. Bevard. 177 N. Chambers St.. Jeffrey N. Gomer, Knoxville. Glenn J. Swartbzaugh, Marietta. Mrs. Beverly J. Tracy and baby, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Joan R. Head and baby, Berwick. Michael E. Housh, St. Augustine. Mrs. Ethel C. Still, 1007 E. North St. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mark E. Nemeth, 67 S. Farnham St. Gilbert Burton, 930 S. Cedar St. John D. Davis, 1431 Clay St. Mrs. Donald H. Brady, Abingdon. Richard Snider, 154 Lincoln St. Mrs. Harold Mahar, Williamsfield. Mrs. Don E. Johnson, 978 Jefferson St. Mrs. Lloyd Bloss, Oneida. Mrs. Abe J. Howerton, 874 Maple Ave. Rebecca R. Sandborg, 442 Lombard St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY IWrs. David L. Davis, Dahinda. Mrs. Amanda J. Farrell, 1424 S. Seminary St. Thomas W. Fletcher Jr., Newark, 111. Charles A. Haskins, Abingdon. Mrs. John S. Henderson, 133 N. Kellogg St. David Jenkins, Abingdon. Mrs. Eugene Johnson, Abingdon. Mrs. Erwin D. Lufkin, Oneida. Kirk A. McKillip, 237 W. Knox St. Leonard E. Olson, 1363 E. Knox St. Vicki L. Williams, 564 W. First St. Donald A. Wischhusen, 1528 Webster St. Movie Calendar THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 ORPHEUM: "55 Days at Peking," 1:00. 3:45, 6:30, 9:15. WEST: "Summer Magic," 1:30, 4:10, 6:55, 9:40; "Yellowstone Cubs," 3:20, 6:00, 8:45. DRIVE-IN: "Dr. No." 7:10; "Judgment at Nuremberg," 9:15. One complete showing nightly. READ THE WANT ADS! EAGLES CHICKEN FRY Sunday, Sept. 29 — Serving Starts 12 Noon Wataga Firemen Pork EAGLES and INVITED GUESTS Fried Chicken Plate—Adults $1, Children 75c SILVER RIMS MOTORCYCLE CLUB FIELD DAY GAMES AND STUNTS Music by GOLDEN ROCKET PLAYBOYS Farmington DAR Notes Anniversary YATES CITY - The meeting of Farmington Chapter of DAR was held Sept. 19 in the home of Mrs. Helen Clark, Canton. In observance of the 176th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States, Mrs. Lera Burgess gave a talk on the history of the document. Mrs. Helen Clark showed slides of places in Illinois. Hostesses for dessert were Miss Margaret Grim and Mrs. Helen Clark. Mrs. Glen Dikeman of Elmwood and Mrs. F. Simonson of Canton were guests. Set Elmwood Event ELMWOOD-St. Patrick's Parish, Elmwood, will hold its annual chicken barbecue Sunday at the American Legion Hall from noon until 6 p. m. The public was invited to attend. Sorry we ran out of fish last week FRIDAY NIGHT CATFISH DINNER Potato salad, tomatoes, $ 1 25 slaw, garlic bread ... I EVERY FRIDAY Bowlers Inn Kitchen Open 'Til 11 P.M. WIN WITH COSTUMES—Here were the most outstanding "bums" at the Galva Lions Club hobo party Wednesday at Lake Calhoun. Carl Lusth (left) said he thought it was ladies night so he brought his wife (Francis Nordstrom). Rev. Allen Mason is at right. All three won prizes for their costumes. Many of the other members were dressed in ragged clothes, with rope used as belts, old hats and their belong* ings in a handkerchief on a stick over their shoulder. BUSHNELL (laws Corraapondanl Mrt. Barnard Briltaafl 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 University Selects School For Pupil Talent Search BUSHNELL—The University of Chicago has invited Bushnell- Prairie City High School, as one of a small number of high schools in the Middle West to participate in a special program of assistance to talented young men and women. This program, known as the College's Small School Talent Search, has been in existence four years. The university is prepared to offer admission and financial assistance to a young man or woman from the high school who has an excellent academic record, who performs satisfactorily on the English Writing Sample and the Scholastic Aptitude Test of the College Entrance Examination Board, who is well-motivated toward college, and who has excellent qualities of character as demonstrated by extracurricular and personal contributions to the school and the community. A high degree of intellectual curiosity and physical vigor are important prerequisites. Parents interested in obtaining more information about the program should contact Mrs. Johnson, director of guidance, or Mr. Lawson, principal of Bushnell-Prairie City High School. Mrs. Katie Beal on Hiel Dr. A report was given on the seed exchange. A railroad spelling bee was played. A prize was won by Mrs. Allie Beal. Homemakers Meet The Mound Homemakers Club met Wednesday at the home of Meetings Scheduled The VFW Auxiliary will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the VFW home. The Lucile Chapter of Eastern Star will meet Friday at 8 p. m. at the Masonic Hall. The Crusaders Class of the Methodist Church will have a potluck dinner Sunday at 12 noon at the VFW Park. The drink will be furnished. In case of inclement weather, it will be held in the church basement. Advances in Test David Cox, a senior at Bushnell- Prairie City High School, has been named a semi-finalist in the 1963-64 Merit Scholarship competition. Selection was on the basis of his outstanding performance on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE PARKWAY Friday Saturday Sunday x X Curb and Carryout Only We're Having a Special on Homemakers Set Goal of 110 At the Monday membership kickoff meeting for Henry County Homemakers Extension Association, Mrs. Robert N. Anderson, Orion, outlined work plans for a weeklong campaign. Gathering at the Farm Bureau auditorium, Cambridge, local unit representatives from throughout the county heard Mrs. Anderson emphasize the importance of membership promotion, together with the responsibilities involved. She disclosed a goal of 110 new members. Visual effects were demonstrated with a miniature house that revealed only a completed foundation. Theme for the week is "Be a Home Maker!" Mrs. John G. Johnson of Cambridge, organization president, presented a review of Homemakers Extension purposes. She WEEKEND SPECIAL HOMEMADE M A*« DONUTS dpi. *r7 WATAGA CAFE Phone 375-6515 MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Top WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boy» DANCING 8 :30 to 1 AM. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window called upon Mrs. Wesley Terpening, Geneseo, to explain the relationship that the county group shares with state, national, and international counterparts. Other committee members helping Mrs. Anderson with arrangements for the day included Mrs. John Craft, Lynn Center, and Mrs. Wilbur Webb, Osco. Plans were announced for a meeting of the same unit representatives Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau auditorium. At that time gains will be reported and evaluated. ROVA Unit Lists Menus ONEIDA — Following is the ROVA District school hot lunch program for October: Oct. 1-4 Ground beef casserole, buttered corn, cottage cheese and pineapple salad, oatmeal nut bars. Hot dog on bun, navy beans or pork and beans, sauerkraut, peaches or prune plums. Creamed chicken on biscuit or cheese slices, mashed potatoes, lime-pear salad, chocolate pudding. Macaroni and cheese, buttered peas, spiced apples, Rice Krispie squares. Oct. 7-11 ROVA special on bun, yellow wax beans, pickles-cheese, mixed fruit. Chicken-noodle or tomato soup, crackers, ham • loaf sandwiches, brownies or chocolate cookie. Ham, escalloped potatoes, pickles, buttered peas or breaded tomatoes, applesauce. No school, county institute. Oct. 14-18 Wiener-bean casserole, cheese slices, lettuce with French dressing, cherry pudding or cobbler. Escalloped chicken, buttered lima beans, peach and cheese salad, rice with cream. Meat loaf, buttered whole potatoes, glazed carrots, choice of fruit. Ham and beans, corn bread, cottage cheese, apple. Fish fillet with tartar sauce, potato chips, buttered peas, pumpkin custard. Oct. 21-25 Pizzaburger on half bun, pickles, baked beans, applesauce. Chili Soup, crackers-cheese, peanut butter sandwiches, chocolate coated ice cream bar. Spaghetti and beef, apple rings, green beans, fruit cup Creamed chicken, chow mein noodles, buttered corn, orange- pineapple congealed salad, cookies. Salmon-macaroni casserole, carrot sticks, harvard beets or spinach, peaches. Bread, butter sandwiches and milk served with each meal. Peanut butter or jelly available each day. Stronghurst Club Schedules Supper STRONGHURST-The Stronghurst Booster Club will serve a fried chicken supper in the village park Saturday. Proceeds are to be used to improve the Christmas decorations on the business district. Serving will commence at 5 p. m. and continue until 8:30 p. m. In the event of inclement weather, the meal will be served in the village fire station in- Stronghurst. Gilson Visitors Return to South GILSON - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cassidy and children left for Miami, Fla. They have visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hodge, the past two weeks. Cassidy is in the service and was transferred from Wichita Falls, Tex., to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, Sheryl and Debbie spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. J. P. Burns, and family at Peru. 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