Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
Page 16
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DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Mrs. Paul Cuba Thursday at 9:30 a.m.; Alice Wolford with Mrs. Nora Paull Friday at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Mina Folta assisting. Mary in the home of Mrs. Marry Heck Friday at 9:30 a.m. r Bulkeley Named Phone 531 II Co-Chairmatt of Pool Convention Philip C. Bulkeley, Abingdon, has been named co-chairman of the National Swimminfi Pool Chamber Meet Conducted ABINGDON—At Abingdon Chamber of Commerce meeting Tuesday noon following a dutch luncheon in Friendly Cafe, signs at north edge of Abingdon were reported having been painted and the space rented. Frank Shank reported he had contacted Mr. Pirtle, Abby m Thea'er owner, who stated he J" ^ 9 / 14 « Chl ^\^ ,« \.. , . L t t u- • „i the final four days, the National would come to Abingdon for con- believes it too f- from his circle SwJmriin<y Pno i JF ference with a committee when of shows for him to care for prop erly. tionat, and is a member of the American Society of Sanitary Engineers. Me is vice president- sales of American Sanitary Manufacturing Co (> Abingdon. Sportsmen^ Topic Featured by Club Ducks Unlimited was title of a film shown Abingdon Kiwanis Club Monday evening by Don Cox. Alpham Plan ALPHA Mr. and Mrs. Bl* In Arkansas, so many ducks congregate in the fall, takes and swamps have been known to be- 1 AMtlffcloit Bowling come dammed, backing up large 1 ° " areas of water. Farther south, The convention is scheduled | rice fields attract them. Swimming Institute convention general committee, Jere L. Gottschalk, Arlington Heights, chairman, announced. sisted by Lewis Marks and Ernest Lovitt i •- J"". si £!? .l^ nd JftLTE Celebration of be returned to Russell Reese by • Friday or they will have to be L4 ftftWettHtrV pak for. It was urged this be' * taken care of at once. Ladies Night will be held Oct. 14 at 6:30 p.m. in Sacred Heart Catholic Church. George Castle, Russell Reese and Ernest Roberson were among those who attendee; the Illinois Eastern Iowa District meeting in Peoria. - wood E. Urtger of Alpha will ob- a go. the Louisville, Ky., Weather Bureau. He was connected with the work of the U. s. Weather Bureau 3d years, retiring in IMS, when they moved to Booneville, tfld., prior to moving to Alpha eight years plans for reopening the show here had progressed far enough, something definite might be ac An offer was made by an ex perienced man to help train Swimming Pool Exposition will run concurrently with the convention. Bulkeley, vice president of the NSPI, will become president on complished. He still would prefer someone interested in operating ^ {}nal day Re has been a di . renting the movie house as he ™ m0VIe - Interested persons rector sinc6 m59 and has served may contact Shank. as chairman of the pub i ic re l a Christma* decorations were dis- tions, member services and deck cussed and Shank was appointed equipment standards commit- chairman of the committee. tees. Currently he is a member of the executive and statistics com- TP* Set Circle Meeting WSCS circle meetings will con- mittees and is chairman of the Ducks Unlimited is the name of a group of sportsmen organized for the purpose of purchasing lend in Canada on which will be sufficient lakes for ducks to raise their young. Such a project has resulted in increase of ducks which migrate south each year. Previous to this, in Canada so much land had been drained for farming natural habitat for ducks had ceased to exist. Oct. 16 will be an open and free meeting of Ducks Unlimited ABBE-ETTEfl LEAGUE Flower Shop, 13-7; Swim Qu#)#ns, 13-7; Avon Savings & Loan As- Bociation, 12-8; Rays 'W? rte I£ Auto, 11-9; Zimnjert, 11-9; Poland" Super Valu. 10-10; K of G, 10-10; Russell Reese Ins., 8-12; C & R, 6-14; Ed's Standard Products, 6-14. High team game, K of G, 994; high team series, Ray's western Auto, 2777. High Individual game, Saltye Johnson, 220: high individual serve their golden wedding anniversary Oct. 8. In honor of the occasion, a faftv ity dinner will be held at the home of Mfrs. Unger's sister-in- law, Mrs. H. E. Berftdt, 1177-27U. St., Moline. The former Phoebe Elizabeth fierndt of Moline and Elwood Unger of Davenport were married Oct. 1913, in the Second Congregational Church, Moline, by the late Rev. Richard Haney. They resided a few years in Davenport where Unger was employed as first assistant at the Daven- Mr. and Mrs. Urtger are members of the Alpha Methodist Church. They are the parents of two sons, Wayne of Daytona Beach, *1a M and John of Bay Village* Ohio, and they have three grandchildren. Th#f son John and family are expected to be with their parents Sunday for the observance. Unger has a brother, Willis J. Unger of Long Branch, N. J. in Lake Calhoun Card Party Is Conducted rt U. S. Weather Bureau. They were then transferred to Wausau, Wis., and later lived in Texas, his last assignment being with Bushmen of the Kalahari wasteland in southern Africa use an arrow poison so potent that one drop can kill a man if it enters the bloodstream. The primitive tribesmen get the poison from the pupa of a beetle. lass than calories MR * Ft. OI L L 4 Bottled by CANADA DRV BOTTLING CO. Gateaburg. III. TOULON Hostesses at the * * _4 + 1> * FALL SPECIAL Served 4;M till 9:00 DAILY THRU SATURDAY Complete Chicken Dinner $1.15 308 E. Main St. Galesburg, HI. vene this week as follows: Hope, this evening at 7:30 o'clock with Miss Esther Ander member services committee. He is a director of the Galesburg YMCA, a past lieutenant gram chairman. group at the Eagles which the public will be welcomed. Lowell Whitsitt served as pro- card party Wednesday at Lake Club to I Calhoun were Mrs. Marvin Streit- son; Hedding, in the home of' governor of Kiwanis Interna- Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY Clayton Larson was named chairman of the nominating committee to prepare a slate of new officers for 1965. He will be as- Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre ElectrJo Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save big with this easy to use "do It yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at _ ,*-V,\V..'. 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