Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
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RUSSELL ALDERMAN 324 Mate St Phoitr WE S4»M Council Holds Up Action On Request to OALVA-No acHon was taken by the Galva City Council Monday night on a petition to dose an alley running east-west from Third Avenue to Fourth Avenue between Third and Fourth streets. The petition carried the signatures of nearly all property owners • r ' 11,11 • |in the area. Council members, Angus Breeder Group Elects New Officers Richard Besse, an Angus breeder from near Erie, was elected president of the Northwestern Illinois Angus Association at th ; e group's recent annual meeting in Cambridge. Other officers for 1964 include: Vice president, Kenneth Dilenbeck, Geneseo; secretary-treasurer, Maurice Stehzel, Osco, and dif rectors, Allan Van De Woestyne, Geneseo; Robert Horsly, Tdulon;; John Spivey, New Windsor and Elles Waller, Kewanee. The group also decided to schedule a breeding stock sale Feb. 29, and the annual club calf sale Dec. 9 at the sale barn in* Kewanee. THEATRE W Rt. 34 West - Open 6:30 — Show at Dtuk Walt Disney Jules Vamt's mm' Cartridge Board Acts t HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary' ttittettiwi (jqiesburg Kegistef-/v<oil, (jgjesburg, lil. Wednesday, Oct. 2. 1963 & fasiajvays Wf TECHNICOLOR* btontf h MM isti hfcMw i«t • ei»6 1 M Otm SHOWN AT 7 :00 CO-FEATURE 1+ DORIS DAT-T STEPHEN BOYD BILLY ROSES JUMBO JIMM7 DURJUtTE SHOWN AT t:00 area. however, authorised at torney to draw up necessary papers for .the: city to < vacate * the alley. Another request, not in the form of a petition, also was brotig>* before the;council for consideration. The city agreed to notify the' Illinois Power "Co. to place four lights in the new Hathaway Arter addition : as requested' by residents. Alderman • Griffin reported>that the city crfew is'back' to cutting dead trees again; but would- need some' outside^ help on >some' of - the larger^ plants. ; '.' ' The council !Voted *to<hold ! 'a , spe : cial meeting . Oct., 8 f when. Kim Bright of ' the Stanley Engineers will report Ion-a survey, made by him on, sections of :the • city which' do; not have sewers. • Estimated costs and' ways of financing 7 it * is included in the survey. Galva News Briefs The -Messiah, Lutheran, Church served', 500 persons, at .its annual smorgasbord Tuesday: night. •Workers were dressed; in- Swedish costumes. Movies' were shown guest" while they, waited-serving turn's.' Roy folding, editor of'the Gal- iva News, will attend the Illinois Press Association meeting Thurs day and Friday^in Springfield. He will be joined Friday by other members of his staff, including Mrs. Frances Townsend, Mrs Loyal Kelly and H. K. Sage., Miss Myrtle Nelson, president of the Henry-Stark Counties Re tired Teachers Association urged all retired teachers of' the area to attend the state convention Oct. 12 in Peoria. HURRY ENDS Thursday layooottJtmwton .QjOOOBeaohBlankftsl BOB CUMM1N6S DOR0IHYM3IPN8 -MimiM ^^^S^ Features Shown Daily at l:30-3:35-5:40-7:45-9:50 STARTS FRIDAY! L From the Studio That Gavo You - "Touch of Mink; "Lover Come Back" and "Thrill of It Ah" FOR LOVE OR MONEY COLOR CO'STARRINS THELMARITTER • LESLIE PARRISH JULIE NEWMAR • WILLIAM BENDIX WTH RICHARD SARGENT W est HURRY ENDS I THURS. I JOMWAME SEARCHERS" VIST A V I SION ANO TECHNICQUM «4 CO-tTAMtNQ) JEFFREY HUNTER * VERA MILCS WARD BONO • NATALIE WOOD wiuciiir ta irawMbi55» Starts FRIDAY I JtgARt MILUW w UWR£N« lUMttN JUDY GARLAND DIRK BOGARDE - H wiaww IMIMMUIIJO UCHHICOLM' W - - ' M tmmm % \% RtaklBR^ ^l vi^" ^ E^E^B^ ^B^EEEEEE E/ CAMBRIDGE — Opening ef bids for the construction of a storage building in Cambridge tor the village equipment took place at the Village Board of Trustees meeting Monday. The bids opened were from Clifford and Clifford Lumber, Cambridge and Burch Phalen, Oalesburg. The - Clifford bid was 94,036 and if painted $4,182. The Burch -Phalen bid.was $8,190 and $345 more on the second for the painted walls. The building committee, con* stating of William Drescher, Rob' ert VanDyke and Ben Johnson, was given the authority to accept or refdse the Clifford bid and to check to see if it meets with i the specifications. Design Told The building is to be 40x40 feet of steel galvanized and two sliding) doors on the side to be 14-foot by 12-foot. The village will clear the ground and it will be ready for building. This building will be constructed on East Exchange Street next to the village waterworks building. Robert L. Parkinson, civil defense director, appeared before the board' and asked if members would give him the power to purchase additional helmets and newspapers ads during Fire Prevention Week. Authority was given that he might make the purchases. /The village board approved a plot of. Allen's first sub division to the -Village of Cambridge. The sub' division is located in the southwest part of Cambridge The board approved a request to block {off East Street from Center Street to Exchange Street and Exchange to the alley back of the Peoples Bank for the annual open-pit beef'barbecue Oct. 12. Complete 1 Sidewalks Mayor Lindburg. reported that the i sidewalks on North Prospect Street have been completed and that F. C. Swan was to pay $150 toward the repairs, of. the. sidewalks. '. •R. T. Gustus and Mrs. George Tucker appeared before the board in regard to a petition with a number of signers for action to'correct a junk yard condition at a home near the corner North Hojmes Street and East Illinois Street in Cambridge Mayor Lindburg . told them that an effort was being made to correct the situation. Sidewalks in the. Village of Cambridge that are broken and heaved up are to be broken up and'replaced. Henry County Heart Group Elects Officers CAMBRIDGE - Mrs. Le Roy V. Carlson of Cambridge was named' president of the Henry County Heart Unit at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Curtis Swanson in Orion. Vinton Johnston of Cambridge was named vice president; Mrs. Albert I. Mathre, Cambridge, secretary, and Miss Josephine Rashid of Kewanee, treasurer. The county group has available films on request to be shown without cost as offered by the Illinois Heart Association. Any club, school or others interested may contact officers of the county unit for further information. Celebration Notes Double Birthday EAST GALESBtTRG-A double birthday party was celebrated by Linda Shanks and her grandmother, Mrs. Mina Terpening in Knoxville. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Skillman, Knoxville; Mrs. Verna Duckwiler and sons, Danny, Mike.and Mark of Davenport, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shanks and. daughters of East Galesburg. Marriage Licenseg Issued at Cambridge CAMBRIDGE - Marriage licenses were issued at Cambridge to RondaJ E.. Carter of Green Rock and Ruth A. McCDy of Colony; Paul L, Christian and Mildred h. Watts; Ronald G. Hogeboom and Nancy E. Krumnow, all of Kewanee, and Andrew J. Byrd of Rock Island and Dorothy M. Funk of Green Rock. 0 Mrs.^Maty Safgeant, 71 N. Cham- Mrs. Dorothy Boyd, ill Sumner at, Mrs. Beverly J. Linn, 1824 S. Main St MenrvSylvit, Khoxvill*. Mrs. Conttafiee SHta. Rio. WkT%aty 8 «dkWKI, 14S Avenue B. Mrs. Roaettfl OSVlf, 549 W. Losey Mrs.' Sharon «eeri*t, WiUiamsfleld. Mrs. Helen Livermore, 741 E. First Mrs' Madge Lundqulst. 1038 S. . Broad St. Wayne Branson. 1818 Morton • Ave, ttnlb.Jtttot.9t. N. Arthur Ave. Carls Oarstenberger, 38 Park Plan. Miss ^VSnna Townsend, 790 s. West St. Mrs. May'Taylor, 119 S..Farnham St.'., . Owen E, Beckner. Abingdon. fillMIISALI TtlCIDAY Harry Carr, Abingdon, John D. Davis. 1431 Clay St. • Frank FaMr, Oalva. Paul A. Felz, 888 Jefferson St. £laren R. Frew. Monmouth.. Frank Full wood, Transient. Jerrrey Gibson, 195 Arnold. St.. Robin Heatherly, 231 S. -Pearl St. Mrs. Gregg Irons, Alexis. Mrs. Robert McKilllp 48HW. Brooks St. Mark Nemeth, ,87 S.vFarnham.St. Rebecca R. Sanborg, 442 Lombard St. Richard Snider, lM.UncobU9t. Dewey A. Taylor, 707 W; first'St, Mrs. Alma VanArsdale, Custer Inn Mrs. Gerald VanVelsor, 793 S Seminary St Mta. Julli K„ Howard, dalesbuti A U L. Bedinfton, 4M B. <3rov« Mrs'.' Addle K- Briggs, Bradford. MM. Emma E. Wilson, 762 W. Losey St. Rodney Johnson, Willlamsfleld. RObtrf A. WOlfoM, Alexis. • Mrs. Helen S. Johnson. Woadhult. Delber- A. Knlss. 334 N. chambers St. Mrs. Jessie 1. Smith, Colchester. , Hershel E. Watters, 230 W, Main St, Russell H. Dahieen, 158 Highland William Terry Watson 448 Frank- Mrs. Da'rlene t. Mead; 1088 sY Pear! St. Arttort iW. Amenoff, Altona Mrs. Mary Ellen FucUla, 678 ft. Academy St. Mrs. Rose A. Stockman 972 Olive St.. Mrs. Betty J. Williams, Wataga. DliMISIALI TUESDAY Glenn U. Whalen, 1488 Conger St. Mrs.-Joyce A. Allred. East Galesburg. Mrs. Katherine M. Bocn, Knoxville. Roy S. Miller, East Galesburg. Mrs.' Rachel A. Walker and baby, 722' Maple Ave, Mrs. Jeannette A. Jacobs, Biggsville. Mrs..Avis C. Dpnn, 564 N. Pearl ' St. 'Charles W. Sharp, Abingdon. ,Oscar,Glenn Chlnn, 1135, Beecher Ave. 620 W. Hunt St, Buihnell. ••nati •rtUMtt Phon* Bushnell 519 Rotary Club Greets GueMs Mrs. Talmadge Wimer, Abingdon.;" Rodney vWadhams, New. Windsor. I Cottage ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs. Paula iR. Quails, 380 "E.. North' ^St. ' . * Mrs. Beulah M. Boone, 340'N. Pearl St. • 1 Mrs. Estelle C. Perez,' 335' W. Brooks St. i Mrs. Olive L. Ericson, 1 Oneida. ; David W. Reese, 1531 >E. Losey'St. Marriage License listied at Toulon ' TOULGN — A | marriage license 'was issued.Sept. 25 in the office of | Stark County) Clerk James T. 'Jackson to Harvey Wilson Collin- ; son, Galva, and' Helen > Constance 'Myers,, Galesburg. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! BUSHNELL—The Bushnell Rotary Club met Monday at the Recreation Center, wfth Dr. Harold Fitch in charge of the program. William Roethe spoke on the progress of Christian Life Insurance. Visiting Rotarians were Ralph McDonald and Robert Barclay, of Macomb, and J. W. Parkard and Cornelius Sandoval, of Abingdon. Ralph Mead was a guest of Dr. Fitch and Don Davis a guest of Denton White. Bushnell News Briefs Group 5 of Campfire Girls met Monday at the Recreation Center; Treats were served by Mary, Jo Rich and Valerie DarMng. The staff of the Victor Rebekah Lodge met Monday for a pottuck supper at the IOOF Hall. The Victor Rebekah Lodge will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Guest officers night will be observed and it will be formal. The board of Business and Pro* fessional Women's Club will meet Oct. 3 at the' home of Mrs. Leona Opp. Miss Alice Lorraine Shoger ,.a teacher in the American College for Girls, Cairo, Egypt, has been assigned to the First United Presbyterian Church as its interpreter for overseas work by the Commission on Ecumenical Mission and Relations of the United Presbyterian Church. Miss Shoger is from Oswego, and is a graduate of the University of Illinois. Quell Toulon Blaze TOULON - The Toulon Vdlun eer Fire Department was call ed Saturday night to the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Orwig, west of Toulon. Orwig had been' burning brush and a tree earlier in the day and when the wind rose during the evening the fire flared up and was threatening some straw stacks and the farm buildings. There was no damage. Movie Calendar WEBMftSAV, OCT. I OftPHEtrM: "Beach Ptttf," \M, 3:38, 5:40, 7:48 and 9:89. WSfT: "the searchers," I:.*, $M, 0:28; "Up JPetifcope," 1 :30 ittd 7:28. Post Altona 4 *H Meet ALTONA - The Altona 4 -H*«rg will reorganise Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Kufus Building in Alton*. Any girl who will be 10 by July 1 Is eligible to Join, Mrs. Harley Olson, leader of the club, to* nounced. RIB SHACK ffotth ,en Jlovt* >. IM RttM.' >MI , Chicken, Fried Chleken. Shflmp. Plan*, Sand- wlehea. Atff Cendlilonad r«f carry out servle* • Call 941.1411 Open Dally at s PJi Thursday Nitt SPECIAL! BAKID VIRGINIA HAM Sweet or mashed potatoes, green beans, cole slaw, bread ft butter. 75* Serving Starts S:M P.M. CARRYOUT ORDERS WELCOME! Knofty Top Phone 375-Mlf WATAGA Three End Vacation EAST GALESBURG—Mrs. Eva Rutledge and Mrs. Doorthy Mock and son Scoty returned Sunday from a vacation at their-cabins in'Wapello, Iowa. FRE8H NEW SPIRIT OP'641 ANNOUNCING RAMBLER 164-all-new style.all-new Totally new Rambler Americans with all-new styling, new ride, full 6-passenger room. New exciting Rambler Classics and Ambassadors, new hardtops, new luxury V-8's, new features* Today, see how the Rambler Idea-the idea of listening to car owners' wants-pays off for you. NEW! Rambler Americans—the compact economy king with all-new beauty, al I-new 6-passenger room. NEW! Every inch new. Smart curved-glass side windows, too. NEW! Brilliant new hardtops, sedans, and convertible. Smart new big-space station wagons. NEW! All-new ride, with new suspension, longer wheelbase, wider tread. NEW! Rambler Classic hardtop, with choice of Six or new 198-hp V-8. Smart sedans and wagons, too. NEW! Exciting new options: 7-position Adjust-O-Tilt steering wheel; Shift-Command Flash-O-Matic floor stick for V-8s-you shift it, or it shifts itself. NEW! Rambler Ambassador V-8 offers wagon, sedan-two new hardtops; one with 270-hp V-8, bucket seats, console, front and rear center armrests-all standard.. PLUS! All Ramblers now have 33,000-mile \ or 3-year chassis lubrication; rattle -free Advanced Unit Construction, with rust- fighting galvanized steel panels. See how well Rambler listens to your wants... how beautifully Rambler '64 fills your needs. Amtr/ean Motors—Ded/cattd to£xe»//*ne» RAMBLER'64 Rambler leads 1964 Rambler Classic770hardtop, 6or V8 and 1964 Rambler Ambassador V-8 station wagon Tomorrow! On display at your Rambler Dealer! MARTIN MOTOR CO. 111-143 E. Ferris St. -Watch th« Danny Kay« Show cn CB5-TV, Wediwiday «v«nin8«, » p.m., Channel 4- rW'

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