ABINGDON DOROTHV WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams Si Phone 531 Group Studies Re-opening of Movie Theater in Abingdon ABINGDON—At a recent meeting regarding a survey on behalf of reopening Abby Theater in Abingdon, it was indicated approximately $50 per week will be needed to carry out the project and at least 35 merchants have indicated willingness to help, in addition to numerous individuals. In return for the underwriting, certain rules will be set up for keeping order, and high grade entertainment where parents would need have no apprehension when allowing their children to attend. The business could be operated by a man and wife team, renting or purchasing on contract. Details may be obtained from Frank Shank, Chamber of Commerce committee chairman. According to response, it is possible the theater might be open three or four nights per week. Wilton P a r r i s conducted the business meeting Thursday in bank directors room. Rev. John Bin an To Serve at Dupo Rev. John Buran, who came to Abingdon three years ago this month from Loraine, Ohio, to take up duties as Congregational Church minister, has resigned to accept a similar position in First Congregational Church, Dupo, south of East St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Buran plan to move Wednesday to their new home and recently have been honored guests at events hosted by the following: Abingdon Rotary Club, Congregational Church parish potluck supper; Esther Circle, neighbors; Chapter BB, PEO, and individual homes. A pulpit committee, with Fred Ciine as chairman, is in the process of choosing a new minister to fill the local vacancy created by resignation of the Rev. Mr. Buran. Honored at Coffee Mrs. Fletch Pearson Friday morning entertained 43 guests at a coffee in her home, honoring Mrs. Buran. Mrs. Roy Lewis and Mrs. Clark Sells served from a white linen cloth covered table centered with pink and white pompoms in a silver bowl flanked by pink tapers in silver holders. A gift was presented the honoree. Homemakers Unit Adds New Member Hermon Homemakers Extension Unit Thursday was hosted in the home of Mrs. Richard Housh, assisted by Mrs. Marvin Housh. Major lesson, "How Do You Rate as a Shopper?" was presented by Mrs. Everett Taylor, home adviser. Minor lesson, "History of Our Organization," was given by Mrs. Dale Welch. Mrs. Everett Skinner was welcomed as a new member. Plans were • made for Oct. 7 annual day in Galesburg Christian Church. Hatmaking day was announced for Sept. 30. Mrs. Marvin Housh was elected to complete Mrs. Paul Shumaker's term as president. was undetermined. Two acres of clover was destroyed, according to the report. Fire Destroys Clover Abingdon Fire Department last week was called for two minor incidents on Thursday afternoon at the Nelle Dunlap farm east of Abingdon where a cob pile fire near some buildings got out of hand. No damage resulted. Saturday, about 2 p.m. a grass fire started along the CB&Q tracks on Harry Heck's farm east of town, origin of which Meetings Announced Non-Siesta Club will meet on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Sherman Ives. Hope Circle will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Miss Esther Anderson, assisted by Mrs. Leonard Clutts. Chapter BB, PEO, will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Charles Bliss, near Hermon, with Mrs. Ted Scharfenberg as assistant hostess. Abingdon Christian Youth Fellowship, grades 9 to 12, will have -s first meeting of the year on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the church parlor. Mrs. Donald Hogan will serve as sponsor. Chi Rho for youth in grades seven and eight will have its first meeting of the year Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Davis will sponsor this group. Abingdon Legion Auxiliary will convene Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Legion Home. If any members have dishes or pans, there are being requested returned to Legion Hall. Miss Patricia Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morris and Miss Lucy Cervantez, Galesburg, Thursday enrolled in Northwest Institute Medical Lab at Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Morris, a 1962 Abingdon High School graduate, has been serving as a nurses' aid this past year in Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Abingdon Bowling ALLEYCATS LEAGUE Avalon Recreation (Avon), 17-3; L. & E. Billiards, 13>,i-6V=; Pottery No. 1, 12-8; Pottery No. 2, KH'a-9%; Abbe Lanes, 10-10; Lamberti's Producers, 9-11; Black's Standard (Avon), 0-11; Master Mix, 8-12; Legion 8-12; Bob's Service, 317. High team series, Avalon Recreation, 2464; high team game, Abbe Lanes, 891. High Individual series, Steve Schleich, 575; high individual game, Roy Ray, 215. WEDNESDAY" NITE OWLS Trade Winds. 15-5; Cravers, 15-5; Rudy's Shell, 13-7; Sandovals, 11-9; Charm Center, 11-9; Mac's Music. 10V a -9'/i; Abbe Lanes, 8-12; Blue Bell. 8-12; Shank's, 5i/ 2 -14V6; Thurman's Trucking, 3-17. Tigh team series. Sandovals, 2734; high team game, Shank's, 942. High individual scries, J. Sweney. 532; high individual game, J. Sweney, 202. Blooclmobile At Biggsville Is Scheduled B I G G S VIL L E - The Red Cross bloodmobile will be at Biggsville United Presbyterian Church Oct. 24 from 12 noon to 6 p.m. The visit is under the supervision of the regional director, Mrs. Rivers Sullivan and her corps of nurses from Galesburg, assisted by local nurses and aides. Dr. S. C. Lindo will be the attending physician. The donated blood will be placed in refrigerators and used for the people of Henderson County when needed. Therefore, it will not be necessary to contact a donor in case a blood transfusion is needed. A group of recruiters is now working in Biggsville and Rozetta townships asking for donors. Donors may call Mrs. Inez Dixon at phone 3101 or Mrs. Beulah Pendarvis at phone 2682. Club Hosts Alexis Unit Teachers ALEXIS — A large group of members and guests of Alexis Woman's Club Was present Sept. 24 for first meeting of the fall. The new president, Mrs. George Lafferty Sr., welcomed everyone. Mrs. Lafferty presented Supt. George Zafcoff, who Introduced Miss Ruth Anderson, grade school principal and she presented grade school teachers. Ronald Patterson, high school principal, presented high school teachers. The Alexis Lions Club, Commercial Club and Junior Woman's Club were co-hostesses at reception for teachers. Mrs. Earl Stone, program chairman, presented Rev. John H. Clarke of Knoxville, who was assisted by his wife in showing pictures and gave a talk on "The Isle of Man," where he spent part of his early life. He has made several trips there in recent years. They also showed pictures of London, Germany and other places of interest. A male quartet composed tf Louis Simpson, Gene Carlson, George Johnson Jr. and Dewayne Smith entertained with several songs. A lunch was served wit?l Mrs. Mabel Mayhew and Mrs. William Totten presiding at serving table. Mrs. William McKnight was chairman of hostess committee. Mrs. Nora Briggs returned to her home at Baldwin Park, Calif., after spending past six weeks at the home of her niece, Mrs. K. H. McAdam, and visiting other relatives in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mead spent three days last week in Peoi'ia attending the State Mutual Insurance Co. convention. Henry County Youths Named on Judging Team John Peterson and Kent Engnell, of Lynn Center, have recently been selected as members of the Illinois State 4-H livestock judging team. According to Lance Humphreys, Henry County assistant farm adviser, the boys were selected to join the 5-member team of livestock spe- ialists from the University of Illinois. Peterson and Engnell, who are both members of the Andover Future Farmers 4-H Club, were chosen from some 600 judging contestants who began competing for the team last July. Since that time both 4-H'ers have ranked high in elimination contests at the University of Illinois, Illinois State Fair and Bureau and Sandwich county fairs. In addition to the two members from Henry County, the other members of the team are Dave Culbertson, Mercer County; Ruben Bidner, Champaign County, and Dave Linden, Stark County. Four of the 5-man team will represent Illinois at the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City in October, and again at the International Livestock Exposition in November Profs Had- (Continued from page 7) Gojesburg Register-Moil, Gqfesburg, Ml , .Monday, Sept, 30, 1963 19 Vacationer From South Greeted At Tylerville TYLERVILLE — Mrs. Phyllis Taylor of Sbreveport, La., called at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Law Sept. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Negley of LaHarpe and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilkinson of Galesburg, were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Mildred Terpening Sept. 22. Mr. and Mrs. William Miles have moved from Tylerville 10 Alexis. Fulton County 4-H Federation Elects Officers Fulton County 4-H Federation officers were installed at the September 4-H federation meeting by Harry Wright, assistant farm adviser, and Mrs. Ruth C Queen, assistant youth adviser They are: Co-chairmen, Carolyn Shoope, Cuba, and Terry Lock Avon; secretary, Kristine Nelson, Canton; treasurer, Alar Coleman, Canton; song leaders Jim Taff and Cherrie Williams of Canton, and Carol Higgins Ellisville; recreation leaders, Bil Ludwig, Fairview, and B o t Davis, Canton, and reporters Shirley Sackman, Havana, Larrj Hawkins, Avon, and Sheila Clark Lewistown. The 4-H Achievement Night program was scheduled for Nov 2 to avoid conflicts of ball games The Holy Cross Toad lives in the semidesert of Central Austra lia. When it rains, the toad stores water in its body; in drought, it burrows deep into the hardening mud. Aborigines sometimes get a lifesaving drink of water by squeezing the toad. Why Do So Many People Prefer G.A.C Service? THE ANSWER IS $IMPt£ ENOUGH! Every loan transaction is handled on a personalized basis, with the payment schedule set up to fit the borrower's pocketbook. 0 AC FINANCE CORPORATION form«rly CiPhiry Loon Co. 123 South Main St. Abingdon, Illinois Telephont 71 "ARcTOFfiCES IN PEORIA, MACOMB AND AUWT S5S KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289-9172 School to Resume Classes In Religious Education KNOXVILLE — Released Time classes are planned to open in the Knoxville School Oct. 15. The nondenominational classes in religious education are open to children in grades 3, 4, 5, and 6. Letters to parents, along with the necessary permit cards to be signed for proper release from school for this hour each week will be sent to each home. The classes are for all children, regardless of religious background, and seek only to teach basic Bible principles. While the staff is not yet complete, pending size of enrollment, workers this year include Mrs. Ralph Westerfield, Mrs. Miles Jackson, Mrs. Anna Mansfield, Mrs. A. C. Peterson, Mrs. George Arnold and Mrs. Florence Simpson. Mrs, Floyd Case of Cameron, who serves in the school district as pastor of the Gilson Community Church has been obtained as director, a job she filled until moving from Knoxville a year ago. Dedicate Organ A dedication service and organ recital held at Grace Lutheran Church Sunday evening was well attended. Guest organist was Mark Holmberg, director of music at Trinity Lutheran Church. Two duets on the piano and organ were presented by Holmberg and Mrs. Arne Peterson. The pipe organ was enlarged recently from funds made available by Miss Anna Nelson. The dedieatior was made in hex* memory. Also a new piano was dedicated in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leander whese contribution was used to start the piano fund and Mrs. Vada Peterson, whose memorial gifts were placed in the fund. A fellowship hour followed in the basement of the church. Church Confirms Eight young people were con firmed at Grace Lutheran Church Sunday morning. They have been studying for some time under the direction of the pastor, Arne Peterson. A public examination was held Thursday night. Those confirmed were Gary Benson, Joanne Cochran, Janis Hedbloom, Sharon Kaser, Dennis Larson, Rebecca Lentz, Ronnie Peck and David Trotter. Receive Awards Cub Scout Pack 277 met in the Presbyterian Church recently with several boys receiving awards. Bobcat pins were presented to Tommy Thur man, Harry Rowland, Steven Courter and Eugene Connour. J. D. Putnam was transferred from Pack 220 and Tom Brock from Normal. George Dowell was acting cubmaster. Films of Cub Scout achievements, advancements and awards were shown. Experiments in connection with the theme of the month were shown by Den II and III. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Walter Pitts and Mrs. Max Mathers. A cubmaster is needed by the pack. Anyone interested may contact any of the ^en mothers for further information. Good Samaritan Chapel — Prayer service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study illustrated with motion pictures Friday 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school Saturday 9:30 a.m. Missionary period 10:30 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. Plan Reunion The annual Turner reunion will be held at Newman Community Center Sunday Oct. 6. Dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. Coffee will be furnished. in its sweet corn genetics research. Charles Wingo, professor of education, produced experimental phonics exercises for Bell and Howell Co.'s new Language Master— an electronic device that uses sound and sight in producing speech sounds for teaching of reading. The exercises were •demonstrated at the three phonics workshops Prof. Wingo directed this summer at Monmouth, Furman University and Carthage College. In the year ahead, Wingo will direct the preparation of programmed phonics exercises for the new teaching aid. James Herbsleb, professor of economics and business administration, was a management consultant for Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Summer Session Here Miss Antoinette Lerond, instructor in French and resident faculty - member in the new Language House on East Broadway, taught in the summer language institute at Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, aand Dr. R. D. Bos well Jr., professor of mathematics, taught at the University of Maryland. A number of the faculty taught in the summer session at Monmouth. Harlow Blum, assistant professor of art, took courses at the Illinois, Institute of Technology summer Institute of Design in Chicago and Douglas Peterson, instructor in music, presented his graduate voice recital in partial fulfillment of the Ph.D requirements at State University of Iowa. Dr. Madge Sanmann, professor of sociology, attended meetings of the National Council on Family Relations in Denver and the American Sociological Association in Los Angeles. Mr. Peterson attended the directors clinic conducted by Margaret Hillis of the Chicago Symphony at Kansas State University. Take European Tour Dr. Boswell attended meetings of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo., and Dr. Robert Kirkpatrick, assistant professor of history, attended meetings of the Anglo - American Conference of Historians in London during an European tour. Dr. John Palmquist, assistant professor of geology, was one of 30 college professors selected for summer field conferences sponsored by the National Science Foundation at Michigan College of Mining and Technology and Wayne State University. Dr. Benjamin Shawver, professor of education and chemistry, attended the annual workshop of the Association for Student Teaching at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Term. Kirkwood Scouts Patrols Organized KIRKWOOD — Sixteen Junior Girl Scouts of Troop No. 85 met Sept. 26 at the Woman's Club Building. Three patrols were organized. Leaders are: Green Eagles, Peg gy Lauver; Cardinals, Nancy Coulter, and Flag, Sally Young. Karen Cochran was elected Scribe and Shellie Brown, treasurer. The Girl Scouts were asked to distribute information about the local sewer project to the townspeople. All members of the Kirkwood Rebekah Lodge urged to attend the birthday party following the regular meeting Tuesday evening. Miss Barbara Wayland spent the weekend of Sept. 21 in tho home of Miss Janet Oaks of Monmouth, Elmwood Woman, 91, Fractures Hip in Fall ELMWOOD - Mrs. El nor a Weeks, 91, fell Sept. 26 breaking her right hip. She is a patient in Proctor Hospital, Peoria, where she will undergo surgery. Mrs. Merle Foose makes daily visits to Peoria to see her mother. Elmwood Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Blair Haines and son left for their home in Rhode Island, having spent the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hair.'s. Mrs. M a r c e 11 a McCuley of Frankfort, Mich., is visiting Mrs. C. W. Lott. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Savage of Sparland vi&ited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Daum. Mrs. Charles Bowes of Elm wood and Mrs. Harold Doubet of Williamsfield attended the mother- daughter banquet in Williamsfield wliich was sponsored by the Home Culture Club. Classified Advertising LOCAL CASH RATI effective April 1, 1984 Word* ?-dayi 4 -day § 1 -SO | 3.36 | 2.34 | 1.30 Male Help Wanted—5 ai -25 1 »•« a.ea 1.43 26-30 | 4.37 9.00 1JJ? 31-35 | 6.10 L3.39 Ml 30-40 | 5.83 | 3.37 a.07 41-35 | 6 .5S 4.30 2.32 46-50 | 1M 4.84 a.oe BUND AD BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed Out-of-town) 60a Card oi Thanks In Memormmj Lodge Notices ^ 1-Inch oi Y less J 62.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. Card of Thanks I WISH to thank Drs. Moffctt nncl Klclnknuf, nurses, nurses' aides, relatives, neighbors, friends, Rev. and Mrs. Case and all who sent the wonderful cards and flowers during my stay In Cottngc Hospital. I sincerely appreciate your many deeds of kindness. Arvkl C. Bushong, Gilson, III. Lodge Notice* Galesburg Chapter No. 46 R.A.M. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2, 8:30 p.m Chill supper and stated convocation. All companions and families Invited. Entertainment for ladies in evening. John G. Sutor, E.H.P. Frank_W. Peterson, Sep'; Other Notices ON AND after this date Sept 30, 1063, 1 will not be respon sible for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Wendell H. Drake R.R. 1, Knoxville, 111 Lost and Found—1 BOY'S RED SWEATER LOST Size 7, vicinity Denny Cleaners, Mon. Blvd. and W. South St. Finder call 343-7256. REWARD — Pug dog, male, tan with black face and curly t;i)I missing from 221 Lincoln St. Phone 343-1356. POMERANIAN Lost—small red dish brown, in vicinity of Cc dar Ave. Answers to name of Tlnkerbell. Phone 342-2867. GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place • LOST AD Phone 342-5161. Business Service— 2 IAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whlterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back If not satisfied." Celebrating 15 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call Citywide Rubbish Removal, 342-1134. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products, Gas - oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates, 1-5 year payment plan. 20 Public Square. 343-65311 Nlte 343-5404. For AU PLUMBING NEEDS caU Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. — 343-6813 NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N Seminary 343-2318. Transports tion—S WANT ride or riders to John Deere Planter Works, Mollnc, III., on 3:30 to 12 shift. Call mornings 343-2037 or 343-1057. Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture AVON PRODUCTS If Interested in buying or sell- lng. Call 342-0360 Male Help Wanted—3 EXPERIENCED MOTOR CARRIER SALESMAN Familiar with Eastern Central territory and Illinois intrastate territories. Send full particulars including list of accounts developed. Salary and allowances. JONES MOTOR CO., INC. liox 825, % Register-Mali WANTF.D — Manager trainee, an aggressive young man, 21 to 38, who desires to get ahead. This Job will buve no layoffs or strikes, and will have excellent salary opportunities, planned program advancement nnrl finest employment benefits. Ymi must have a car and he at least a high school graduate. Interview In person at General Finance Loan Co. 88 S. Seminary Galesburg. Mr. Rllz, manager. LAID OFF??? National concern has route opening for married man over 21, who Is neat, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Writ? Box 819. care Register-Mall. MAN to service route hi Knox County area Home every night, 22 through 35. married $118 weekly Phone 343 0343 NEED HIELP? Find the besl through a wider choice Phone 342-5161 to place vour WANT AD WATCHMAKER — Kyperienced good opportunity with long established Jewelry store. Apply In person or phone Mr. Harold Trager, Kay Jewelry Co., 125 Main St., Peoria. 111. Phone 8710247. MAN or woman to train as manager. Present family security program; part time considered Oak Lawn. 342-5319 for appoint mcnt. SALESMEN to call on busln«v< men for their delinquent accounts. No collecting or Investing. Car nec. High comm. and bonus with draw if qualified. Write fully, Personnel ACFl Corp. 608 S. Dearborn, Chlrago ARE YOU UNEMPLOYED? 1 NEED 2 MEN 25 TO 50 YEARS OF AGE. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES AND OF GOOD CHARACTER. WHO ARE WILLING TO WORK .15 HOURS PER WEEK TO EARN FAR BETTER THAN AVERAGE INCOME. FOR CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW CALL 342-1317 OR 342-5220. 2 OPENINGS In our Sales and Service Dept. for men of good character. No special skills are required. Aces 21 to 55 years. Car useful. Advancement to management available In accordance with your ahllltv. For personal Interview Call 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M. ROUTE SALESMAN For Continental Coffee Company calling on restaurants and Institutions. HlRh school graduate. ARC 23-35. Salary plus commission with numerous benefits. All replies confidential. Call Mr. Gallagher. Room 632, Hotel Custer, 2 to 4 p.m., Monday and Tuesday. After Tuesday, write P.O. Box 535, Rock Island. III. PRODUCE man and meat cutter capable of managing departments. Applications will be accepted between 10 A.M. nncl 5 P.M. Apply in person to Bill Davis. References required. Galva Super Valu, Galva, 111. SINGLE man wanted for general farm work. Must bo experienced with livestock and machinery. Must have driver's 11- Bccnce. TRIanglo 5-3182, Ronald West, Maquon. DRIVERS No experience necessary. Good pay and benefits, job security, a chance for advancement. If you arc age 21 to 35, married, interested in a job with a future — apply 260 W. Main St., Galesburg, Monday and Tuesday, 0 A.M. to 7 P.M. EXPERIENCED family man wanted for year around work on stock farm. Write Box 832 care Register-Mall. WANTED: Man to haul in corn. Write Box 231, Altona, 111. TRUCKERS with tractors a n d tractor-trailer to run our expanding system. Year around work. Contact Hal Cisco, 022 Avenue A., Galesburg, 111. Ph. 300-343-1652. Female Help Wanted—€ MOTHERS HELPER For physician's family. 34:1-7242. WAITRESS WANTED" 3 to 11 shift. Circle T Truck Stop. EXPERIENCED waitress 4 to 12 P.M. Apply in person. Barrows' Restaurant. 1850 N. Henderson 342-2313. CATALOG DESK SALES LADY For part time: Office background preferred. Apply at Penney's Catalog Dept. $20 CASH for distributing 45 bottles of Wntklns famous Vanilla. Phone 342-2510. 4-B P.M. AVON CALLING Avon Christmas sales start Sept, 16thI Why not take advantage of this opportunity to earn money? In Galesburg and surrounding townships. Write: Mrs. E. Dcmmel, 1430 N. Kellogg or call: 342-0360 (eves.) fetnatc Belli Waflt«4«4 linn.i mi (.^liiitn.^ia^MiM^^i^^aMM^aiMtfiwfcafc WAITRESS wanted— Meate, Ultf* forms furnished, good hourl*. Apply tn person. American Reauty Restaurant, 308 E. Main St. WANTED lady to ears tor me when I leave hospital. Call 342-1801 or come to room 218, Cottage Hospita I. WANTED: 1 day waitress and 1 part time day dressing table girl. Apply In person. GRANDVIEW DRIVE-IN Grand and Pennsylvania YOUR Spare time WORTH $1757 FRF.F, GIFT offer to prove you ran make big money from now to Christmas showing beautiful new Christmas Cards' to friends, relatives. Exquisite personalized and religious greetings, gift. Item--! Write for Sample Outfit on approval. Southern Greetings. MH No. Hollywood. Dept. 130.JVtemphls_j2, Tenn. TufMAfU.Wliiwrnan to babysit in my home with 2 children, agei 2 and 3. Please Inquire after 6 pm^at !>RO S^West St. ~AVON PRODUCTS Christmas sales are In full swing! Why not earn some extra money by servicing customers? Openings: Galeiburg and townships of Galesburg. Knox, Henderson. Cedar and Copley. Write Mrs. Enid Demmel. 1430 N. Kellogg. G.tlesburg, III. Tele. 342- nnr >n A " COUPLE or housekeeper wanted to live in and keep house for man living In country. A good opportunity for couple looking for rent free living. Home modern, Time off. Write Bo* fl2D, Register-Mall. Male, Female Help Wanted—7 ATTRACTIVE POSITION Man or woman. 25-60. Good personality and appearance. Ready to accept position immediately If selected. Opportunity for advancement. Insurance and retirement plan available. For local Interview, write fully to Hnx 3.11. Monmouth. III. WANTED — 2 curb help and night kItchen help. 342-0141. HUDDLE DRIVE-IN WANTED — Men or women to supply families in part of Galesburg with Rawlelgh household products. Dealers now making sales over $15,000 yearly. Start with $50 or $100 cash or use our time payment plan. See or write Francis Sheets:. 173 Day St.. Galesburg. Ph. 343-4874 or write Rawlelgh, Dept. ILI 280148, frcoport, III. Employment Wanted— 9 WASHINGS — IRONINGS Shirts, curtains, lace tablecloths. Water softener. Rotes to steady customers. 343-4798. 531 E. Brooks. Instruction—-9 U.S. Civil Service Tests! Men-women, 18-52. Start high as $102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE Information on Jobs, salaries, requirements. Wrtto TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box 619, % Register-Ma 1 1 MOTEL Training — Learn to manage a motel, at home, In spare time. Men, Women and couples over 25. Placement servi Ice. Low cost. Write — NationaJ Motel Training. Inc., P.O. Box 71, Oak Park, Illinois. • Business Opportunity—10 Before too INVEST. " INVESTIGATE! The Oaiesburg Register - MaO attempts to determine the rev liability of the adrertlser la all ada requiring an Investment. II cannot, however, guarantee an tucb otters. We recommend thai TOU INVESTIGATE fully before you INVEST . TEXACO Inc. has station available to right party with smaO Investment needed. Training program available. Call J. A. Lester, 342-S4R6 or wrtte Box 820, % Register-Mail. Wanted to Buy—11 GAS SPACE HEATERS ALSO top prices for used furniture, appliances, antique furniture, dishes, dolls, lamps, guns. Jewelry, etc. Lawson Trading Post, 026 E. Main. 3-13-1918; 3438241. • GUNS, GOLD COINS. Casta for pistols, rifles, shotguns (modern or antique) and gold coin*,. Gil Hebard Guns. Public Square, Knoxville. Afternoons 1-4:30. 280-4886. , WANTED TO BUY — Tractors; trucks and cars tor Dart*. Galesburg Tractor Lug. Co_, Knoxville Road. Galesburg, UL Ph 343-1914 Rooms for Rent—12 CLEAN, comfortable sleeping room. Lady or gentleman. Close in. Kitchen privileges if desired. No drinkers. Off street parking. Call mornings 342-5540. (Continued on page 2 QJ Improve Sidewalks At Alexis READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ALEXIS — L.I I. & L. Construction Co. has been removing old brick sidewalks on Main Street and putting in new concrete sidewalks. Part of sidewalks had been replaced by different individuals in front of their business houses. Mayor Sabbath hopes to finish Main Street walks as soon as funds are available. The square brick blocks that were removed were manufactured in Alexis many years ago at the brick yards located at the south end of Main Street. Plan Supper The Alexis United Presbyterian Church will hold a Turkey and Ham Supper and Bazaar Oct. 9 in the church. Serving from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Alexis Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Liggett, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Line, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Yerkey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Liggett, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McCaw, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kenncy, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Reeves, a bus load of Ag boys from the high school and many others from here attended the Farm Progress Show at Morton this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Armstrong have returned from a visit with her parents at Holton and Kansas City, Kan. Mr. and Mrs, Don Rohr and children of Bettendorf stayed with Marilyn at the Armstrong homa while they were gone. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Minteer of Tucson, Ariz., arrived Wednesday for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. Everett Reynolds and husband and Mrs. Chet Baker and family. They will go on to Bunker Air Force Base at Peru to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voll. Rev. Daniel Driscoll S.V.D. of Boston, Mass., and Mrs. Edith Wortman of Santa Barbara, Calif, are visiting at the home of their mother, Mrs. O. A. Walters and husband. Mrs. Mollie Hartzell accompanied her niece, Mrs. Richard Kelly and George of Monmouth, to Davenport Wednesday to visit Mrs. Dan Kelly. Sr. M./Sgt. Harley Robbins has been transferred to Canadian Base in Canada. His family will reside In Northern New York State so children can attend school there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Patterson visited several days last week in Burlington at home of their son- in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Delbert Icenogle and daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Gillis of Washington, Iowa, spent Friday with W. A. Cox and sister Myrtle. Carl Swanson returned homa Thursday after spending several days at Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, where he had gone for checkup. Streets Renamed ELIZABETHVILLE, The Congo (UPI) — Elizabethville's main street, Avenue de L'Etoile. today was renamed after Moise Tsbon*. be, president of Katanga during its secession from the Central Congo government. Other major streets here were named after members of Tshorr> he's government. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS!
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