Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 3, 1963
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Business News Insurance Man Earns Trip to N.Carolina Robert B. Swarte, IMS Family Court, Galesburg, has qualified as a member <rf 1963 Star Club, of New York Ufa Insurance Co., according to Kenneth L. Meyer, gen* eral manager 6f the company's Peoria general office. Membership In the Star Club Is based on 196243 sales records and is composed of agents of New York Life, which has a field force of 7,500 agents in 256 offices throughout the United States and Canada. As a member of the Star Club, Swartz will attend an educational conference Oct. 13-16, in Asheville, N. C. SUGAR FREE less than Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, III. Walgreen District Wins Award A plaqtie in recognition of "dedicated prescription service to the community" was recently presented to Walgreen's Tri-Citiea District Manager Glenn T. Svana, who accepted it on behalf of his firm's pharmacists In Galesburg and 11 other cities of the three- state district. The award was presented to Evans by Charles R. Walgreen Jr., president. "It is a testimonial," said Walgreen, "to the high degree of professional confidence accorded to these stores and their pharmacists by their communities." Evans, a registered pharmacist in Illinois and Iowa, joined Walgreen's in 1950 after graduating from the State University of Iowa with a bachelor of science degree in pharmacy. Groilp Attends Sale Banquet Attending the September sales banquet of the Electrolux Corp. at the Ranch House in Bureau over the weekend were Tony Crissille, manager of the Galesburg branch, and Mrs. Crissille, F. N. Rebo, assistant manager and Mrs. Rebo and Mr. and Mrs Noble Ensminger all of Gales burg and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Rebo of Carthage. The banquet was given by Phil Hansen, of Peoria, manager of the Northern Ilinois division with more than 100 guests from the various branches of the division attending. Santa Fe Orders 1,000 Cars Santa Fe Railway has ordered 1,000 covered hopper cars from Pullman-Standard Mfg. Co, at a cost of approximately $13 million, according to Ernest S. Marsh, president of the railroad, The manufacturer reported this was the largest single order ever placed with if for specially- designed railway cars. Designed for use in bulk movement of commodities such as potash, the cars feature expedited loading and unloading capabilities. One long trough hatch along the top, rather than several individual hatches used on standard covered hoppers, makes it P' ;ible to complete the loading process without moving the car or relocating the loading spout. The 4,427 cubic-foot capacity cars can be filled in approximately 12 minutes, or less than half the time for conventional cars, and over-sized center discharge outlets can empty the car in less than three minutes. The new order will bring Santa Fe's ownership of the new type of hopper to 1,600, Marsh said, as delivery has just been completed on 600 similar cars with a 4,000-cubic-foot capacity. Construction is scheduled to begin in November, with delivery completed in early February 1964. GHS Graduate Wins Honor at Miami Parley RHehard ft. Nelson, group vice president of Transport life Insurance Co. of Dallas, Tex., was awarded a "chartered life underwriter" designation by the American College of Life Underwriters in Miami Seech, Fla. Sept. 11. The honor is given persons *Jt life and health insurance who t «ass a series of professionol examinations and meet experience and ethical requirements of the college, rhis year 1,033 men and women were awarded the designation, bringing to 11,632 the number of people who have received it since the college was founded in 1927. Nelson is the son of Dorrance A. Nelson of 163 S. Pleasant Ave., Galesburg, and was graduated from Galesburg High' School in 1944. He attended the University of Houston in Texas, where he received both his bachelor and master of arts degrees in economics. Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Thursdoy, Oct 3, 1963 7 Watt Wins New Car Marvin Watt, 442 E. First St., has been awarded a Corvair Monza for outstanding achievement with the Town and Country Food Co. Watt is the district manager in Galesburg for the firm, and has held the position the past six months. Watt is married, has three children at home, and two are married. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! READ THE WANT ADS! Friday, Saturday and Monday TIME TO SAVE Junior, Missy, Petites and Half Sizes, Better Untrimmed, Fur Trims, Shorty, Seven-eighths or Full Lengths. YOUR CHOICE OF ANY '22" up Hundreds to choose from. Large assortment of the new sportive look coats. Suedes or corduroys. Short, three quarters or seven- eighths ilength. Many better untrimmed coats of all wool. Many name brands. Or choose a luxurious fur trim of mink, blue fox, squirrel or raccoon. Buy now, Monday, Friday or Saturday and save. Also - CHILDREN'S COATS Boys', Girls', Small Fry Coats With or Without Leggings. CHOICE $ 12 w up 107< O OFF Many fine coatt to choota from. Drew coats or school coats. Fine quality, long wearing and good looking. Oil Company Owner Attends Short Course Donald H. White, owner of White Oil Co., Galesburg, was among 40 petroleum dealers who were enrolled in the 10th University of Illinois Petroleum Marketers Management Institute, which closed Wednesday at Allerton House. The 4-day program touched on managerial accounting and credit policies, advertising, budget and profit control, bargaining and negotiation, organizing for better management, and other topics. The Institute was conducted by the U. of I. Bureau of Business Management and Division of University Extension, with the Illinois Petroleum Marketers Association. Oneida Group Plans Session ONEIDA — The Mothers of World War It will hold an all- day sewing Friday. There will be a potluck dinner at noon. Mrs. Edna Bowman will be hostess. Mrs. Evelyn Thayer was hostess to a bridge party at the home of her sister, Mrs. Emory Anderson in Cambridge Sept. 28. Those in attendance were Ruth Swanson, Bernice Flickenger, Aletha Peterson, Ella Jeanette Johnson, Marian and Margaret Edwards. Mrs. Merle Flickenger spent two days in Geneseo. She attended a potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson honoring Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hines of Colorado. Two Governments Brazil's Kraho Indians have two village governments. One rules in the rainy season (time of work in the fields) and the other in the dry season (time of ceremonies and festivals). The 17th Degree PROVIDENCE, R. I. (AP) Eddie Dowling, veteran Broad way director and actor, has finally been honored with an academic degree by a school in his home state. Dowling, the holder of 16 degrees from other institutions, received a doctorate from Providence College with a citation hailing him as the "universally recognized dean of the American theater." He is a native of Woonsocket. 'Holiday' Gets Tunes NEW YORK (AP) - A second transfer of a nonmusical film to Broadway's stage as a tune show is being prepared by Leonard Gershe. "Roman Holiday" is being adapted by Gershe, who previous ly did the same job for "Destry Rides Again." Music is being written by Richard Adler, the lyrics by Carolyn L«igh. The pro. during partners are Leland Hay ward and David Merrick, with arrival slated for October 1964. Morton Guests Art Greeted at Henderson HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and son of MoHoa were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nelson Saturday. Mrs. Brown is Nelson's sister, and they all visited their mother, Mrs. Theresa Nelson, who is a patient in Cottage Hospital. Miss Arlene Fields, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fields, entered St. Mary's Hospital Sunday and submitted to surgery Monday. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! That's the price of o new Hammond Organ at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. 564 N. Henderson St. ONE SIDE OP THE WALL—Sitting in the shadow of the Communist-built wall dividing East and West Berlin, these West Berlin children are unconcerned about the political implications of the concrete blocks and barbed wire towering over them. Built two years ago, the wall has become the symbol of a divided world. No one can predict how many more years it will stay up. For growing children, it seems as if the wall has always been there. Read the Want Ads to Your love contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS STUNNING SOLITAIRE EAST 1 TERMS $149.50 Choice of 14K WWt. « Yellow Ooltf 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, IIL I JEW EWELERS College Actors To Tour for USO NEW YORK (AP) - Actin? companies from 13 colleges will tour American military bases overseas next fall under sponsorship of United Service Organizations. The schools selected are Hider College, Trenton, N. J.; Montana State, Missoula, Mont.; Spelvnan College, Atlanta, Ga.; University of Delaware, Newark; Indiana University, Bloomington; Saint Cloud, Minn., State College; \del- phi College, Garden City, N. Y.; University of Oklahoma, Norman; Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; University of Miami, Coral Gables, Fla.; University of California "t Los Angeles; Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa, and Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio. For '64: the price Is medium, the action maximum the car is Mercury Holm and Winters NEW YORK (AP) - Theatrical coir, jidence department: Celeste Holm and Shelley Winters recently made their first off- Broadway ventures in quick succession. M 'ss Holm arrived in "A Month in the Country," Miss Winters in "Cages." Biographical sketches printed in the program of the two theaters painted out one previous career link-up between the two. Miss Holm created the role of Ado Annie on Broadway in "Oklahoma!" Miss Winters played the same part later on tour. Next Seasons Last Show NEW YORK (AP) - "A Girl to Remember" has staked out the farthest-ahead opening date of Broadway's next theater season. Most shows scramble and sometimes collide in the premiere schedule, . -t the musical starring Carol Burnett isn't likely to have any date rivals, The show producers have chosen May 26 for the <*>but, five days before the season ends. Originally the exhibit was due earlier, but was put over because of approaching motherhood for the star. World's deepest well is an oil well at Pecos, Tex., which goes down 25,430 feet. PARK LANE WITH RACY MARAUDER STYLING ;v.v.'i , . < hWAwr< > The "action" is provided by the type of V-8 engines that! have made Mercury the new performance championj of the medium-price field—demonstrated in open com- 1 petition including the most recent Pikes Peak Climbs A 390 is standard, a 427 V-8 optional. And only Mercury offers you two entirely different styling choices in one great car. Mercury deliver* more th»n the usual in all these ways: more performance, with the most responsive engines in its field. More leg room, head room, and entry room. More trunk space—11 suitcases big (17.1 ;u. ft.). And a far greater styling choice: racy Marauder styling (above) or unique Breezeway Design (right), with the only rear window that opens for ventilation, stays clearer in rain or snow. LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION C ^Egi) M0I0R COMPANY f '64 Mercury No finor car in tho modium.prico ftold GALESBURG LINCOLN-MERCURY 120 North Brood Street Jim Sherwood, Owner

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