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WjT ••vth '--C* 1 ** '" t. .18 getesburfl Reaistef-MaiL Gqtesbyrg, 111., Mondoy, Sept. 30, 1963 C -D E AT H S AND FUNERALS ROSS VARNEft (Story on page 3.) HARRY A. BULLIS MINNEAPOLIS, Minn (UPI) Funeral services will be held Tuesday for Harry A. Bullis, 72, a personal friend of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower and former board chairman and president of General Mills Inc. Bullis died Saturday night in Abbott Hospital. A company spokesman said Bullis had suffered from Hodgkin's disease and complications. GUS T. JONES SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI) Funeral services were scheduled for Tuesday for Gus T. Jones, 81, a hard-eyed FBI man who helped hunt down many of the badmen of the 1930s. Jones died Saturday at Santa Rosa Medical Center. JOHN C. CIPPERLY WASHINGTON (UPD-Funeral services will be held today for John C. Cipperly, 66, Washington correspondent on agricultural affairs, who died Thursday after a long illness. Cipperly, who wrote for the Northwestern Miller and other food trade publications, will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery. MRS. LEROY OBERHEIZER Funeral services for Mrs. Leroy Oberheizer, 68, of 812 S. Chambers St., who died Saturday at 9:34 p. m. in Cottage Hospital, Monuments and Mausoleums McFAll MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Pbone 342-6512 1801 W. Main St Galesburg, 01. FLETCHER- AND McDOUGALD FUNERAL HOME 1087 Grand Ave. Mrs. Minnie Owsley Harvey, Illinois Former Galesburg Rseident SERVICES 2 P.M. WEDNESDAY AT SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Visitation at Fletcher McDougald Funeral Home Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m. Burial in Linwood Cemetery. KIMBER &WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs. Bertha Mae McNew Oberheizer 812 S. Chambers St. FUNERAL 2 P.M. TUESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Family will be at 634 East 4th St. Mrs. Vern Senders R. No. 1— Oneida FUNERAL 3:30 P.M. TUESDAY AT KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Mrs. Marie Bradley Stone Chicago, ill. Formerly of Galesburg GRAVESIDE SERVICES 4:30 P.M. TUESDAY AT LINWOOD CEMETERY. Mr. Georg§ Leonard 267 E. Waters 6t. Funeral Plans Pending. will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, .where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery. The former Bertha Mae McNew was born Jan. 22, 1895, at East Galesburg, and resided 45 years in Galesburg, where she had been employed by Knox arid Ideal laundries 25 years. She attended Knoxville schools. She was a member of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, and was married to Mr. Oberheizer March 29, 1917. Survivors are her husband; her mother, Mrs. Daisy McNew of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; three daughters, Mrs. James (Alicie) Penick, Mrs. Leonard (Mary) Gustafson and Mrs. Percy (Donna) Alexander, of Galesburg; two brothers, Ray McNew of Fairfield, Iowa, and Ted McNew of California; three sisters, Mrs. Berniece Oberheizer of Galesburg, Mrs. Marjorie White of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. Helena Bedell of Newton, Iowa; 12 grandchildren and 19 great­ grandchildren. GEORGE C. STRADER Private funeral services for George C. Strader, 51, of 455 Day St., were held today at 10 a. m. in the First and Puckett Funeral Home, Rev. James Smith officiating. Mrs. Harry Allender was organist. Burial was in Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Edwin Griffith, John Dierson, John Philbrick and Robert Scott. Mr. Strader died Friday. MRS. MARVIN TURNBULL TOULON—Funeral services for Mrs. Marvin (Sarah) Turnbull, 64, who died Tuesday, were held Thursday afternoon at the Kidd Funeral Home in Toulon. Rev. David Stensvade of Elmira United Presbyterian Church officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. James McWilliam. Pallbearers were Joy Lane, Ronald Wallace, Joseph Nicholson, Paul Nicholson, Murray Jackson, of Toulon, and Donald Packard, Kewanee. Burial was in the Elmira Cemetery. MRS. CARRIE PARK GALESBURG — Mrs. Carrie I. Park, 86, of 829 N. Cherry St., died at 6:55 p.m. Saturday in a Peoria hospital. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hinchliff and Pearson Chapel, with Rev. W. T. Lippert officiating. Burial will be in the Kirkwood Cemetery. There will be no visitation. Mrs. Park was born near Bedford, Iowa, Oct. 17, 1876, and had resided in Galesburg 40 years. Her marriage to Roy W. Park took place at Kirkwood Dec. 21, 1898. He died Sept. 5, 1958. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and of Sorosis. A daughter, Mrs. Madeline Stine of Peoria, survives. MRS. EDNA MCLAUGHLIN Mrs. Edna Elizabeth McLaughlin, 69, of 422 N. Cherry St., died at 10:05 p. m. Saturday at Cottage Hospital where she was admitted Thursday. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday at First Christian Church with the Rev. James E. Smith, pastor, officiating, assisted by Rev. Constant Johnson of Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial will be in East Linwood Cemetery. Visitation will be this evening at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel. Mrs. McLaughlin was born at Palmyra, Mo., March 9, 1894. She had resided in Galesburg Flowers.. "Nature's most beautiful memorial" Anderson BROAD STREET florists 128 N. Broad 343-2103 since 1929. Her marriage to Alonzo Louis McLaughlin took place at Palmyra in April 1913. He died in 1947. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Claude Monroe, Mrs. Eugene McCullough and Mrs. Henry Stone of Galesburg, and Mrs. Victor Links of Abingdon; a brother, William Berl Estcy of Detroit, Mich.; two sisters, Mrs. Viola Estey of Detroit and Mrs. Laura Ann Jones of Marshalltown, Iowa; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. JOSEPH E. ANDREWS MONMOUTH — Graveside rites for Joseph E. Andrews, 21, of near Cameron, who died Saturday in the Lincoln, 111., State School, will be held at 10 Tuesday morning in the Cameron Silent Home Cemetery. The Rev. F. H. Willey of Cameron will officiate. Friends may call at the Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth. He was born April 28, 1942, in Cameron, a son o.' George and Mabel Barney Andrews. Nearly his entire life had been spent in the school at Lincoln. Surviving are his mother; three brothers, Thomas, George and Donald, all of Cameron, and a sister, Mrs. Warren Bailey of Galesburg. ANNA C. BERGREN MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Miss Anna Caroline Bergren, 84, of 405 N. H St., Monmouth, who died Saturday in Monmouth Hospital, will be held at 2 tomorrow afternoon in the Turnbull Funeral Home, Monmouth. Rev. Raymond Swanson, pastor of the Monmouth First Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Miss Bergren was born Nov. 20, 1878, in Sweden, a daughter of Abraham and Anna Louise Moberg Bergren. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church. Surviving are two sisters, Miss Oleva Bergren and Miss Hazel Bergren, both of Monmouth; a brother, Herman, of Medford, Ore., and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters. GLENN E. JACKSON LITTLE YORK—Funeral services for Glenn E. Jackson, 72, a Henderson County farmer in the Little York community, who was found dead in his home Saturday morning, were held at 3 this afternoon in the Holliday & Hoover Memorial Chapel, Monmouth. Rev. Keith B. Simpson, pastor of the Fairview Center Evangelical United Brethren Church, officiated. Burial was in Monmouth Cemetery. Mr. Jackson was born June 24, 1891, in Henderson County, a son of Dennis and Jane Christie Jackson. He was married to Edna Hollingsworth Nov. 12, 1913. Their entire married life was spent in Bald Bluff Township, where Mr. Jackson was supervisor 20 years. At the time of his death he was Democratic precinct committeeman. Mrs. Jackson died in May 1958. Mr. Jackson was a member of the Monmouth Masonic Lodge and the Royal Arch Masons. Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. William Miller of Monmouth. He was preceded in death by a sister. MRS. FORREST SENDERS Funeral services for Mrs. Forrest V. Senders, 77, of Oneida Route 1, will be held Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery. Mrs. Senders was pronounced dead on arrival at Cottage Hospital Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Death was attributed to a heart attack. The former Kate Senders was born Sept. 26, 1886, in Pope County, and was married to Herman C. Gollehur in 1909. He died in 1962. She was married to Forrest V. Senders Oct. 22, 1947. Survivors are the husband; three sons, Marshall W. Gollehur of Joliet, James L. Gollehur of Galesburg and Herman Gollehur Jr. of Oneida Route 1; a daughter, Mrs. Bernard (Millie) John- H INCH LI FF e~PEARSON FUNERAL HOMWCHAPEl 287 N. Broad Pbone 343-2101 MRS. CARRIE I. PARK, 829 N. Cherry — Services 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hinchliff & Pearson funeral chapel. There will be no visitation. MRS. EDNA E. McLAUGHLIN, 422 N. Cherry St. Services 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at First Christian Church. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. son of Galesburg Route lj two sisters, Mrs. Daisy Blllington of Golconda and Mrs. Pearl S. Barger of Metropolis; 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. GARFIELD COOPER OQUAWKA - Mrs. Alma Nolan and daughter, Eileen, received word here Friday of the death of Mrs. Nolan's brother, Garfield G. Cooper, 82, which occurred at a hospital in Flora, Thursday night. Mr. Cooper suffered a cerebral hemorrhage Thursday at his home in Flora and was taken to the hospital. Mr. Cooper was born in Wayne County, April 6, 1881, and was married to Grace Baylor. He engaged in farming most of his lifetime and had been retired several years. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper resided in Oquawka several years ago. Besides the sister, surviving are his widow; another sister, Mrs. Mayme Lathrop of Bakersfield, Calif., and one brother, Frank Cooper of Flora. Preceding him in death were five brothers and four sisters. Funeral services were held in Flora Sunday. Due to a rec^it illness, Mrs. Nolan was unable to attend the service. MRS. MABEL E. HUFFMAN WOODHULL — Mrs. Mabel E. Huffman, 78, of Prophetstown, died Saturday at 12 p.m. at the Gradert Nut'sing Home in Geneseo. Mrs. Huffman was a former resident of Woodhull. Funeral services were held today at 2 p.m. at the Dalley Chapel at Port Byron. Rev. William Webber, pastor of the Bethel Baptist Church, Coe Township, officiated. Burial was in the Fairfield Cemetery, Coe. Mrs. Huffman was born March 26, 1885, near Albany. She was married to Alva Huffman Oct. 12, 1909. She was a member of the Bethel Church and a 55 -year member of the Woodhull chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Marian Norberg, Prophetstown, and Mrs. Ida Nitz, Hillsdale, two sons, Leon, Victoria, and James, Salem, Ore., 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A son, two sisters and a brother preceded her in death. MRS. HATTIE O. ENGLE GALVA — Mrs. Hattie O. Engle, 86, died Sunday at 11 p.m. at the Wasson Nursing Home. She was born March 29, 1877, at Haymera, Ind. Survivors include her son-in-law, Harold Exline of Galva. Funeral services are- pending at Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel, Galva. MRS. MICHAEL H. WINTERS Funeral for Mrs. Michael H. Winters, 73, of 511 N. Cherry St., who died Thursday, were conducted at 10 a.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. WHlmot T. Lippert, pastor of Central Congregational Church. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were John W. Hart- Ion, Max Fuhr, Dr. E. B. Grogan, Stace Crowl, F. Paul Johnson and William Goodwin. Honorary pallbearers were George W. Sward, Vincent L. Carlson and Roy Landon. HARRY B. MARTIN MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Harry B. Martin, 78, of 1045 E. Euclid Ave., Monmouth, who died at 11:30 Saturday morning in the Monmouth View Nursing Home, were held at 3 this afternoon in the Monmouth First Lutheran Church. Rev. Raymond Swanson, pastor, officiated. Buri- was in Monmouth Cemetery. Mr. Martin was born March 29, 1885 in Gorlaw, a son of John and Anna Anderson Martin. Most of his life was spent in the Gerlaw community. He married Hannah M. Erlandsoa Dec. 27, 1911, in Warren County. Mr. Martin was a member of the First Lutheran Church and at the time of his death was serving as a member of the Warren County Board of Review. Surviving are the widow; five daugthers, Mrs. John Geers of Dallas, Tex., Mrs. Kenneth Freeburg of Denver, Colo., Mrs. Perry Barclift of Quincy, and Mrs. Richard Hart and Mrs. Jack Helm, both of Gerlaw; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs., David Frandsen of Los Angeles and Mrs. Carl Aberg of Minocqua, Wis., and a brother, Albert Martin of Monmouth. He was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister. MRS. J. N. HERPMAN MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Mrs. John N. Herdman, 95, (it 311 W. Broadway, who died Thursday at Monmouth Hospital, were held Saturday at at 4 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Rev. John Collins officiated. Mrs. Jeanne Swanson played organ selections. Pallbearers were Everett Bruington, James and John O'Daniel, Ed Saville, Vernon Pilger, and Bruce Firoved. Burial was in Monmouth Cemetery. MRS. BERTHA M. SWIGARD MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Mrs, Bertha M. Swigard, 79, of 502 N. Sixth St., who died Thursday at her home, were held Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Turnbull Chapel. Rev. John Collins, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiated. Mrs. Jeanne Swanson, organist, accompanied James Huff, soloist. Pallbearers were Glenn Anderson, Ronald Logsdon, Richard England, Robert Roberts, Harvey Petri, Rolland Brentiss. Burial was in Monmouth Cemetery. MRS. MYRTLE JEFFERSON MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle Jefferson, 73, former Little York resident who died Wednesday at Mexico, Mo., were held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Turnbull Chapel. Rev. John Collins, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiated. Mrs. Jeanne Swanson, organist, accompanied James Huff, soloist. Pallbearers were Kenneth Nelson, Willard and James Seldon, Arthur Swanson, Arnot Keating and George Tieken. Burial was in Warren County Memorial Park Cemetery. MRS. L. O. ADDLEMAN MONMOUTH — Funeral services for Mrs. L. O. Addleman, 90, former Little York resident who died Wednesday at the Galusha Nursing Home in Monmouth, were held Saturday afternoon at 2 at Holliday & Hoover Memorial Chapel. Rev. William R. Phillippe, pastor of the Second United Presbyterian Church, officiated. Mrs. Marie Gabby played organ selections. Pallbearers were Wiley Clark, James Dugan, John Haben, R. C. Munson, Cecil Waugh and Ray Whiteman. Burial was in Little York Cemetery. MRS. RAYMOND RENARD BIGGSVILLE — Mrs. Raymond Renard, 41, of Biggsville, died Saturday morning at Mercy Hospital, Burlington, where she had been admitted two hours. She was ill for a number of years. She was born May 21, 1925, and was married to Raymond Renard May 8, 1947. Survivors include the husband and one son Ricky at home, and one half-brother, Gilbert Shipman and one half- sister, Mrs. Pearl Lindsay, both of Canton. Services will be held Wednesday at the Biggsville United Presbyterian Church, with Rev. R. Liston in charge. Burial will be in the Biggsville Cemetery. Visitation is scheduled for Tuesday at 7:30 to 9 p. m. at Seder- wall Funeral Home, Biggsville. MRS. IDA L. JAMES BIGGSVILLE—Mrs. Ida Louise James, 79, of Biggsville, died at her home Saturday. She was born in Henderson County Dec. 3, 1883, and lived in South Henderson County until 10 years ago when she moved to Biggsville. She was married to Clayton James Nov. 21, 1928, at the First Lutheran Church parsonage, Monmouth. There are no survivors. Services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Biggsville United Presbyterian Church with Rev. R. Liston officiating. Burial Will be in the South Henderson Cemetery. Lewlstown; several grandchildren, great - grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Two daughters and three stepchildren preceded her in death. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Assembly of God Church, with Rev. Frank Goodwin, Rev. Robert Rutledge and Rev. Lawrence Spratt officiating. Burial will be in the Bushnell Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday at the Craycraft Funeral Home, Bushnell from 7 to 9 p.m. MRS. IDA PRIEST Mrs. Ida Priest, 74, of Linton, Ind., mother of James Priest of 1672 Robertson Ave., died Sunday morning at her home. She was born in Linton and was reared there. Survivors in- clube the son James, another son Lloyd, who formerly resided in Galesburg and six grandchildren. Preceding her in death are one grandchild and the husband. Services will be held Wednesday at 10 p.m. at Linton and burial at the cemetery there. Visitation will be held Tuesday night. MRS. DELILAH C. WEBER BUSHNELL - Mrs. Delilah C. Weber, 88, of Bushnell, died early today at the "home of her son, Lawrence Guilliams of New Philadelphia. She was born March 5, 1875, in Johnson County, Kansas, and was married to Jacob C. Guilliams Nov. 11, 1893. He died Sept. 19, 1909. She was married to Andrew Weber, July 20, 1920, at Elmira, Mo., and he died in 1959. Besides the son, survivors include three other sons, Richard Guilliams of Rushville, Clyde Guilliams of Lewistown and Ross Guilliams of Table Grove; one daughter, Mrs. Grace Berri of Parliament Is Sent Home by Angry President LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo (AP)—Congolese president Joseph Kasavubu sent Parliament home Sunday night because the lawmakers refused to obey his order to write a constitution for the Congo. In a radio speech Kasavubu said the refusal of both houses to discuss the constitution during the past month "would have led straight to the void" if it had been allowed to continue. The president had summoned the senate and national assembly at the end of August in extraordinary session as a constituent assembly. After more than three years of independence, the Congo still has" no constitution. Kasavubu said he would shortly call into being a special constitutional commission which, "without the intermediary of the defaulting representatives of the people," would write a constitution. Six Killed in Two Accidents Two accidents that each took three lives shoved the weekend traffic death toll in Illinois to at least 13 in an Associated Press count from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight Sunday. Three persons were killed and eight injured Sunday collision ' Performer With Circus Hurt in 30-Foot Fall ST. LOUIS (AP) — Francisco Novas, 26, a performer with the Ringling Brothers Circus, fell 30- feet from a trapeze bar Sunday night and was severely injured. Novas, circus officials said, was performing as a member of the Flying Gibsons act, when one of the trapeze wires caught on a hook and jerked Novas from the bar. The performer fell 25-feet below to a safety net and then bounced to the floor. Some 8,000 spectators saw the accident. Novas was taken to Bethesda Hospital, St. Louis, where he was admitted. Hospital officials said he suffered severe chest and hip injuries. Three Illinois Men to Receive College Honors SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (UPI) — Three Illinois men will be among those to receive honorary degrees at Wittenberg University Oct. 18. Dr. Elwood V. Jensen, research professor in the Ben May laboratory for cancer research at the University of Chicago, will be awarded a doctor of science degree; the Rev. Robert J. Marshall, president of the Illinois Synod, Lutheran Church in America, the doctor of divinity: and Dr. Clarence W. Sorensen, president of Augustana College, college of humane letters. Dr. John Stauffer will be inaugurated as Wittenberg's president at the ceremony. Win Trip to World Series Mr. and Mrs. Glenn N. Thurman, 994 N. Seminary St., will watch the first two games of the world series in New York Yankee stadium as guests of the Squirt Beverage Co. The couple will depart via Ozark airliner Tuesday morning for Chicago and on to New York via Delta. Thurman is manager of the Squirt Bottling Co. in Galesburg, and was awarded the trip in recognition of the plant's sales accomplishments. Bingo Hurts Band PRESTON, England (UPI) George Billington, leader of the 60-year-old Preston Brass Band which gave trumpeter Eddie Calvert his start, said today the band's future was endangered because all the town's rehearsal rooms have been booked up by bingo games. Personal Problems? Let "Penny" Help. Write to "Penny" Care of Register-Mail "Penny" Appears Every Tuesday and Friday in a head-on collision in rain and darkness on Illinois 48 about two miles southwest of Decatur. The dead were identified as Mrs. Feme Grotfeldt, 51, of Decatur; Rosaleen Reatherford, 15, of Moweaqua, and Gerald L. Bern jamin, 23, of Decatur. In an accident Friday night, three men were killed and two others injured when the car in which they were riding went out of control and struck a viaduct on Chicago's West Side. Killed were Herman Kight, 26, and Bobby Harris, 23, both of Round Lake Park, and Carl Peterson, 34, of Chicago. One man was killed and two seriously injured Sunday when their car struck a pillar supporting a railroad trestle on Chicago's South Side. The victim was Isaac Godfrey, 46, of Chicago, the driver of the automobile. Vendor Struck Others who died Sunday include: Arthur A. Crosby, 42, of Chicago, an ice cream vender, after his three-wheeled cart was struck by an automobile on the West Side. Police said Crosby was in the wrong lane of traffic. James W. Murray, 69, of Centralia, in an auto collision southwest of Odin, Marion County. His wife was injured. Those who died Saturday include: Albert Lofthouse, 21, of Peoria, in a fiery head-on collision on Illinois 116 in Bellevue, Peoria County. Police said the driver of the truck was thrown from his vehicle and hospitalized. Ralph H. Warfel, 34, of Tolono, Champaign County, in an accident at the intersection of Illinois 16 and 316 near Charleston. Police said Warfel'i car left the roadway and crashed into a 20-foot ditch situated along the highway. Judy Ann Richmond, 3, of Chicago, struck and killed after darting into the path of an oncoming car near her South Side home. Anthony Sekulic, 56, of Des Plaines, struck by an auto and killed while riding his bicycle near Des Plaines. Tollway Rates Up Tonight In Illinois CHICAGO (AP)—Rates on Illinois Tollways will go up tonight at midnight. The new rate schedule, adopted by the Illinois State Toll Highway Commission, will increase the cost to passenger vehicles and small trucks at each toll plaza from 30 to 35 cents. Rates for large trucks also will be boosted an average five cents, while tolls on the so-called "ticket section" of the Northwest Toll- way between Elgin and Beloit will go from $1.05 to $1.20 for the 54- mile trip. The new rates mean that a passenger vehicle traveling from Indiana to Wisconsin will pay a to- al of $2.10 in tolls, compared with the $1.80 currently charged. READ THE WANT ADS! Dedication- (Continued from page 3) [history and poetry were stressed by C. E. Van Norman in giving the benediction. Presents Cake Dr. Richard Sandburg of Belvedere, nephew of the famous poet and Lincoln biographer, presented the tiered birthday cake with its 90 candles to Mrs. George in celebration of her birthday. Dr. Sandburg read telegrams from Adlai Stevenson, U. S. ambassador to the United Nations, Gov. Otto Kerner, Earnest Elmo Caulkins of New York City and Carl and Carla Sandburg and daughter of Flat Rock, N.C. State Historian Present Dr. Clyde C. Walton, state historian from Springfield, spoke briefly and said that Illinois needs more restorations such as the Sandburg Birthplace. This has been placed on the Lincoln Heritage Trail. Presentation of a housewarming gift to Mr. and Mrs. Goff from the Carl Sandburg Assn. board was made by Mrs. Wellman Kerr, chairman of the remodeling project. Registration Begins "for Adult Classes Registration began today for an expanded program of adult education courses to start Oct. 7 at the Galesburg YMCA. Eleven courses will be offered this fall, and Knox County residents, 16 years old and over, are eligible to enroll. Advanced registration is required for all courses, according to the YMCA announcement. Beginning and conversational Spanish will be taught by Mrs. Inez Mears, while a course in weight losing will be taught by Miss Louise Shawver. A square dancing group will be instructed by Orlo Moore. Walter Buswell, a life master bridge instructor, will offer courses in contract bridge, and an art class will be taught by Mrs. James Strong. Mrs. Don Fultz will teach beginning sewing, Mrs. Harley / Olson, advanced dressmaking, and L. E. Ubben and Frank Marshall, "Law for the Laymen." Postpone Meeting BIGGSVILLE—Community Club meeting has been postponed to Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at the United Presbyterian Church. Postponement was due to a funeral service scheduled for W dnesday. READ THE WANT ADS! IT ^""i/i i WHY I not a zestful chango in the daily menu? REED'S SHOES OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 OTHER DAYS Til 5 EXCEPT SAT. 'Til 6 P.M.

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