Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 30, 1963 · Page 15
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 30, 1963
Page 15
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Golesburfl Regisrer-Moii, Galesburg, III, Monday, Sept. 30,1963 15 COMPLAINT DEPARTMENT BO&SY!S JOKE+ NOVELTY SHOP eiNltrWttnrliM. Ficturtl, IK. 7M. It. U.S. nt. Off. Radio and Television MONDAY, SEPT. 30 WHBF-Channel 4 5:30 Cronkite—CBS News. 6:00 John Ravencroft News. 6:15 Don Wooten Weather. 6:20 Don Sharp Sports. 6:30 To Tell the Truth. 7:00 I've Got a Secret. 7:30 The Lucy Show 8:00 Danny Thomas Show. 8:30 Andy Griffith Show. '9:00 East Side-West Side. 10:00 Jim Koch News. 10:10 Weather Show. 10:15 Sports Final. 10:30 Bat Masterson: "Sharpshooter." 11:00 Suspicion: "Touch of Evil." WOC-Channel 6 5:00 Quick Draw McGraw. 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:00 Report to Area 6 •6:30 Monday Night at the Movies: "Executive Suite." 8:30 Hollywood and Stars. "The Man Called Bogart." •9:00 Sing Along Witli Mitch. 10:00 Report to Area 6. •10:30 Tonight. 12:00 Midnight Headlines. 12:02 Sea Hunt. WQAD-Clianrwl 8 5:00 Maverick: "Pappy." 6:01) Weather. 6:05 News—Sports. 6:15 Ron Cochran ABC Newi. 6:30 Outer Limit::. •7:30 Wagon Train. 9:00 Breaking Point. 10:00 Veather 10:05 Dick Richmond News. 10:15 Murphy Martin'•News. 10:25 Jim King—Sports. 10:30 Steve Allen. 12:00 News Final. WTVH-Channel 19 8:25 Morning Inspiration. 3:30 Columbia Lectures. 8:00 Romper Room. 10:00 The Price Is Right 10:30 Seven Keys. 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show. 11:30 father Knows Best 12.00 General Hospital. 12:30 Farm Market Reports. ISO M Squad: "Pete Loves Mary." 1:30 Day in Court. 1:55 Lisa Howard—News. 2:00 Queen for aDay 2:30 Trailmaster: "The John Wilpot Story." 2:30 Who Do You Trust? 3:00 Trailmaster: "The John Wilpot Story." 4:1)0 Mickey Mouse Club. 4:30 Cartoon Circus. 5:1)0 Cheyenne: "The Angry Sky." 6:00 Ron Cochran—News. 6:15 Local News, Weather and Sports. 6:30 The Outer Limits. • 7:30 Wagon Train: "The Gus Morgan Story." 9:00 The Breaking Point. "Fire and Ice." 10:00 Murphv Martin—News. 10:10 Local News. 10:15 Hollywood's Finest: "Battle Taxi." 11:35 Evening Inspirational. WMBD-Channel 31 5:30 CBS News. 6:00 Peoria Today. 6:30 To Tell the Truth. 7:00 I've Got a Secret. 7:30 The Lucy Show. 8.00 Danny Thomas Show. 8:30 Andy Griffith Show. 9:00 East Side. West Side. 10:00 Peoria Tonight. 10:30 Probe: "Powerful Minds." 11:00 Peter junn: "Best Laid Plans." 11:30 At Day's End WEEK-Channel 43 5:00 Huckelberry Hound. 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley. 6:00 Loo . News. 6:10 Weather 6:15 Sports. • 6:30 Monday Night at the Movies: "Executive Suite." 8:30 Hollywood and the Stars: "The Man Called Bogart." 9:00 Sing Along With Mitch. 10:00 Harrison and the News. 10:15 Weather. 10:20 Gordon Joyner on Sports. • 10:30 Tonight Show. 12:00 Evening Meditation. •—Denotes Colorcast Station WGIL, Radio HOC KUocyclai 6*0 News. 6:05 Reporters Roundup. 6:33 Music. 7:05 World Today. 7:35 Music. 10:00 Nightcap News 10:15 Music Till Midnight. New* on the Hall How MONDAY TUESDAY 4:55 Wake Uo Show 6:00 News. 6:05 Wake Up Show 6:15 Farm Fare Program, 6:35 Wake Up Show. Abner Missing Sequences of the Lil Abner comic strip will be resumed Tuesday. Delay occurred in the arrival of the strip mat material for production. 6:55 Robert St. 7:00 News. John Reporting. 7:05 Weather Forecast. 7:10 Sports Scoreboard. 7:15 Wake Up Show. 7:30 Local News. 7:45 Morning Show 8:00 News. 8:05 Weather Forecast. 8:5f- What's New ir Pink 8r, Blue. 9:00 News. 9:05 Bulletin Board. 9:25 Uncle Harry. 9:35 Morning Melodies. 10:00 News 10:05 Market Reports 10:10 Music. 10:35 Problems and Solutions. 11:00 News. 11:05 Morning Melodies 11:35 Trading Post. 11:50 Farm Adviser Program. 11:56 Noon Da^ Devotions. 12:00 Noon Farm Markets and News. 12:15 U.S. Weather Forecast. 12:25 Local News. 12:40 Music 5:00 News. 5:15 Fulton Lewis Jr. 5:20 Music. 5:30 Sports Parade. 5:45 Wall Street Report. 5:54 Weather. 6:00 News 6:05 Public Service Show. 6:35 Music. 7:05 World Today. 7:35 Music. 10:00 Nightcap News 10:15 Music Till Midnight. News on the Half Hou*. Station WAIK, Radio 1590 Kilocycle* TUESDAY 6:30 Sign On. 6:31 News Headlines 6:32 Farm Report. 6:50 Weather-Watch. 6:55 News Around the World. 7:10 Local News. 7:25 Speakint f Sports. 7:35 Astroguidc . 7:55 Paul Harvey News. 8:00 Local News. 8:15 Weather Watch. 8:25 Hospital Notes. 8:30 ViewDoint. 8:55 ABC News. 9:00 Breakfast Club. 9:55 ABC News. 10:00 Local News. 10:45 Town Crier. 10:55 ABC r T ews. 11:00 Local News. 11*5 Tradio. 11:30 Viewpoint. 11:55 ABC News. 12:00 Om-mcan-News 12:20 Farm Markets. 12:30 Paul Harvey News 12:55 ABC News. 1:00 Local News. 1:15 Obituary Report. 1:25 Flair Reports. 1:55 ABC News. 2:00 Local Newr 2:05 Show Time on Broadway. 2:30 Viewpoint. 2:45 Town Crier. . 2:55 ABC News. 3:00 Local Ne s. 3:15 Civic Newcomer. 3:25 Flair Reports. 3:55 ABC News. 4*0 Local News. 3:30 Inside Books. 4:30 Viewpoint. 4:45 Local Sports. 4:55 ABC News. 5:00 Local News. 5:15 Sports Round Up. 5:40 Tom Harmon Sports. 5:55 ABC News. 6:00 Local News. 6:25 Flair Reports. 6:30 Viewpoint. 6:55 ABC News. 7:00 Sign Off. Victoria Club Elects Officers VICTORIA—The Bluebird Club met Sept. 25 at the home of Mrs. Gene Collinson. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Moore and Mrs. Ada Collinson. Officers elected were Mrs. Keith King, president; Mrs. Dean liarson, vice president, and Mrs. Gene Collinson, secretary-treasur- OUR BOARDING HOUSE-Witb M?r Hm>pi< ^6AD,IP HENRY FORD HAD BEEsT^ MARRIED TO MARTHA,THE [NATION WOULO STILL BE RIDIN& HOR6EBACK/6HE INSIST^ X i-SHUTDOWN MY LAWN CHAIP? BUSINESS MERELY BECAUSE OF A PRACTICAL SOKE 'WHILE hi TOOK 50ME NEEDED FTEST/ MA30R HOOPLE ? I'D LIKE . ,TO BUY A CHAIR / AFTER <| -SEEING SOU SLEEP ONl IT It^ THE MIDDLE TRAFFIC X DECl IT WAS A CURE FOR MY IN50MNIA/ •PAP// WAS HERE FIRST/ WA 1/T ,4 * BUSINESS \6 &&<L 'SUDDENLY . OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williami er. / Progressive Fifty was played, with prizes going to Mrs. Henry Pennington and Mrs. Donald Ascher. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. .1. Collinson, Mrs. Ziegler, -Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Eddie Kubitz. READ THE WANT ADS! Alphans Host Dinner Party ALPHA —Relatives numbering 28 were present at a potluck dinner Sunday at the Fred Mol- 'berg home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ahlstrom and family of Streator, Mr. and Mrs. James Clark of GeTieseo, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Loding of Moline, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lawson and family, Leonard Peterson, Mrs. Ralph Nyman and family of Oneida, Mrs. Mary Barman of Woodhull and the Archie Peterson family of Alpha. Call on Patient Mrs. Clyde Barton, William Johnson and Elwood Hughes Tuseday visited Mrs. William Johnson, a patient at University Hospital in Iowa City, where she is undergoing observation and treatment. McCurdys Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Jean Brandt and family of Fox River Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt of Chicago spent a weekend here at >»ie Nyle McCurdy and W. R. Tracy homes. Mr. and Mrs. Nyle McCurdy on Sunday entertained at a family dinner in their home for their guests and others attending v/ere Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee of Moline, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCurdy, Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCurdy and the Wayne Welch family and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tracy. Enters Knox Dennis Kelly enrolled this week as a sophomore at Knox College,. Galesburg. Collecting Sweaters Mrs. Laverne Plunkett and Mrs. Wayne Welch were hostesses Tuesday to the Baptist Woman's Society at the former's home. Mrs. Grace Briggs was a guest and Mrs. Reuben Jones was devotional leader. Members were asked to take children's sweaters, size six, which are in good condition, to the next meeting, Oct. 15. Mrs. Jones was program leader on the topic "What Is in Your Hand." She was assisted on the program by Mrs. R, G. Bohman and Mrs. M. C. Fosburg. Now You Know By United Press International What appears to be a fountain of water spouting from the nostril of a whale actually is moisture from the whale's breath condensing as it meets the cooler, outside air, according to the National Geographic Society. READ THE WANT ADS! WHY II IT THAT EVERY TIME Wt WW 10 Mftfi A 6000 IMPRESSION, SOMETHlHS WES HVWWf, •••LIKE 0WPPIN6 «N. OtlPEPPER INTHtORINKf WHO'S LOOKING AFTER HIM, AMYVWYf 5AWYES, ^ApMltfAL, mi w S C S I J06T KICKED ANDCHOU^LAI OuTOFMV FRIENDSHIP CLUB, I WGOTETHgAA A LBTTB2 AND TOLD TH6AA JU6T WHAT I THINK OF cot AND NOW, I THINK IiL QO HOME INK ) AND HIDE LWD&L IhB BED rAHOVi LOWER \ BLOOMIN' 6WAB! IF I REFUSE) A BOAT AND PICK \AN' HE LIVE* TO REPORT IT, ID WE UPl I GOT LOST JLOSE ME LICEMSBl PICK'JM UPi AND RAN OUTO 1 FUEL! MAYBE I SHOULD T 8RIN6 THAT 7 ,Ui WAIT TO THANK HIW^SWAB UP HtBEly • B WHEN HE'S IN A BETTER M00D-. dm ft- C o 3 FRIEND, EH? / I'D S**'HE WAS A WHY DONT VOU HE D0NT J AM00VUkN...ONLV]JU8T6HLrrUP LOOK LIKE \ I NEVER 6W / AN' TAKE ME ANY FRIENDV ONE LIKE HIM J TO SEE KING PR.PUVAL.I'VE HEARD L. ABOUT THAT CARDIAC ARREST IN WARDS. ON THE CONTRARY, DOCTOR— rrsivEs

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