Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 3, 1963
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14 Golesburo Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Thursddy, Oct, 3, 1963 Crescent Lake Board Has Session ALPHA - Ellis E. Kell of Rock Island was re-elected president of the board of the Crescent Lake Club at the club's organizational meeting at the clubgrounds Sun* day. Robert of Alpha and Norman Woodside of Oneida, were re-elected to the board and Olin Cowser of Woodhull was elected to the seat vacated by Curtis BrolSne. Other officers elected were Metzner, recording secretary, and Dale Nelson, Alpha. The lub has just completed a dam which will add six acres to the lake, members were told. Depth of the new section will be 25 feet. The directors were authorized to sell leases for new cottage sites. New roads, camping areas, additional picnic areas and a water system are now in the planning stage. The club now has a full membership of 600. Alpha News Notes Three circle meetings of the Methodist Church are scheduled Oct. 10. i'hey are Charity 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Melvin Rutledge; Faith, at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Byron Weir, and Hope, 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Forrest McCaw. Plans were made for a skating party Oct. 14 at the meeting Monday of the Cadette Girl Scout Troop No. 1 at the Baptist Church. The Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 79 and the Brownie ""-oop also will take part in the skating party. Eight girls were present vith their leaders, Mrs Max Plunkett aiH Mrs. Carl McClenning. The Illinois Baptist State convention will be held Oct. 13-15 at Peoria, and those interested in attending may contact Rev. Harvey Preston by Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathias and family of Moline were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Englehardt, and helped celebrate the birthday of Englehardt. Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Preston Monday called on Mrs. William Johnson, who is a patient at University Hospital in Iowa City. SHIP-SHAPED—Block-square quadrangle topped with a 14-story funnel-shaped building gives the eerie impression of a ship. She "sails" the Constitution Plaza urban renewel section of Hartford, Conn., and the building will house home offices of a large Insurance company. Rioans Return From Trip To California RIO — Mr. and Mrs. Jim Powell returned home Friday from a 2-week visit at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Powell and family of Modesto, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Leafgreen and Jobie have returned home from a "*w days' visit with Mrs. Leafgree.i's . brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Carlson and family in Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Wayne Allison, Mrs. Cletus Devlin and Mrs. Clarence Peterson, New Windsor; Mrs. Rich- They also visited Mrs. Carrie Elliott in Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lee are erecting a new home on U. S. 150 at the north edge of Alpha. ard Taylor, Woodhull; Mrs. Pete Leafgreen and Jobie gathered at the home of Mrs. Robert Thompson Saturday honoring the birthday of Mrs. Cletus Devlin. Jim Loveridge, Rio, and Miss Sr irrilyn Surber, Galesburg, ipent Sunday on a trip to Dickson Mounds, New Salem and Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vaughn entertained the following at a potluck dinnr. in their home Sept. 22: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson, of North Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Russel Miller, Williamsfield. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Robert and Steve, Cameron. William Pitt and King George II signed the death warrant of Ft. Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in 1760. Under the direction of Capt. John Byron, grandfather of the poet, crews worked for six months to grind the great fortress into dust. Peace Corps Seeks 9,000 Volunteers WASHINGTON, D. C. - The Peace Corps estimates that it will require at least 9,000 volunteers to meet the requests of host country governments In 19M. These needs include: 5,000 teachers, 2,000 community development workers, 700 health workers, 600 agricultural technicians and 700 skilled tradesmen, technicians and professional personnel. The greatest demand is for teachers — 3,000 for secondary schools, 1,000 for elementary and 500 for colleges and universities. An additional 500 volunteers are needed for the fields of physical, vocational and adult education, the Peace Corps said. In the field of health, 500 nurses of all kinds are needed. Another 200 persons will fill posts as medical, laboratory and X-ray technicians, doctors, dentists, sanitari ans, etc. While the demand for agricultural skills cover a wide range of subjects, these skills are most frequently requested: agricultural extension, irrigation, farm me chanics, animal husbandry, agricultural engineering, poultry, dairying and soil conservation, according to the Peace Corps announcement. The Peace Corps is interested in volunteers who have recently retired and also those eligible for a leave of absence from their present employment, the announcement said. Applicants were advised to sub mit an early application if they want to be considered for either a February or June appointment. An application form may be secured from the Peace Corps, Division of Recruiting, Washington, D. C. 20525. Literature will be sent to those indicating the particular area of their skill and when they would probably be available. The onion, leek, garlic and welsh onion are all members of the lily family. Blair House, the 32-room guest mansion across the street from the White House, has bullet-proof windows and doors which open only from the inside. THE OUTBOARD MOTOR BOOM Refreshing and Delicious m ORANGE JUICE Build Your Resistance RICH IN Vitamin "C" Help word off Winter Colds and Flu by keeping your resistance high. EXTRA SPECIAL Packed Under Continuous Inspection Service of the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture There Are 16 Oranges Squeezed for Every Quart - - - And Best of All, It's Ready To Pour. ALSO TRY DELICIOUSLY NEW! BREAKFAST ORANGE Choice and Juicy Breakfast Orange is made from tweet tree ripened oranges. A great beverage, not only for breakfast, but all meals < - • or between meals. 2 Convenient Locations Plus Home Delivery NEW PARK DRIVE DAIRY STORE Broad and Fremont Sts. Complete Line of FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS — ICE CREAM, CHEESES, BAKERY PRODUCTS. OPEN 7 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. DAILY INCLUDING SUNDAYS. Park Drive Dairy Mother, Son Are Honored At ISew Windsor Party ....... 1947 1951 1955 1959 1962 WATER WONDER—About 37 million persons spent more than $2.5 billion on pleasure boating last year. They owned 7.5 mil- mlon boats and maintained 4,100 marinas and boatyards and 1,175 yacht clubs. A large proportion of the boats are the outboard variety. Chart above shows total pleasure boating expenditures from 1947, also growth of outboard use. Data from Steel magazine. Corner Uif? * Whittsboro 343-2149 for Home Delivery Galesburg, lllinoii Berwick Resident Visits in Kansas BERWICK — Miss Bonnie Hull left Sept. 26 to spend a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rogers of Topeka, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Massingill and family of Monticello spent the weekend with Massingill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Massingill. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Chellew of Taylorville were guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smyers. Miss Esther Smith of Miami, Fla., arrived Saturday to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Noris Meachum and Mr. and Mrs. James Morss spent Sunday with Morss' broth­ er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morss of West Point. Several from here attended the Farm Progress show at Morton last week. Mrs. Vance Eaton, Dale and Teresa McCann spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis of Little York. Mr. and Mrs. John Valardo, Mr. and Mrs. Harley England and family and Mrs. Bob Tucker and children, of Galesburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton. NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. James Patterson and son Bradley, who plan to leave by plane Oct. 12, for Anchorage, Alaska, wore guests of honor at a party Oct. 1, at the home of Mrs. Mario For* seth. Relatives of the mother and her son, who attended were Mrs. A. E. Forseth, and Mrs. Max Lutreil Of Woodhull; Mrs. C. W. Ander-j son and son Jeffie. Mrs. Patterson will Join her husband, Airman i.e., who is stationed near Anchorage. She has visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anderson since last June. He was transferred July 13. New Windsor Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Leonard of San Juan, Puerto Rico, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonard of Chicago, arrived Oct. 30 and spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leonard. Guy is also a son of the Fred Leonards. Mrs. Ralph Ralston has visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Wit- Ham Jennings at Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford perking and the George McNeils at Galeeburg. She also planned to visit Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hubbard at Gllson before her return to the Roy Wert* home. Mr. and Mrs. George Requet spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs, Robert Medd at Bettendorf. Mrs. H. B. Roberts returned to her honw Monday from the Cot* tage Hospital, where she had been a patient the past two weeks for treatment and observation. American pencil manufacturers, who produce 1.5 billion pencils a year, make some 350 different kinds of pencils. The 19,340-foot volcano, Mt. Kilimanjaro, on the Tanganyika- Kenya border, lures some 400 climbers a year. READ THE WANT ADSI British Opponents LONDON (UPD—Carlos Ortiz, world lightweight champion, and Eder Jofre, world bantamweight champion, will meet British opponents in non-title bouts on Oct. 22, promoter Jack Solomons announced Wednesday. EAT OUT AT\t*Au\ & MISSISSIPPI CHANNEL CATFISH DINNER $1.75 EVERY FRIDAY 11:00 A.M. 'Til 2 P.M. : 5:30 P.M. 'Til 10 P.M. liS'G'2 ox*. Fall Flower Festival Personalized Floral Arrangements Created in your own container Iffjidd Eveline l^aJe Professional Flower Designer — Demonstrating New Uses and Arrangements of our Beautiful Life-Like Flowers FALL FLOWER FESTIVAL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 10:00 to 8:00 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5 9:30 to 4:00 Camellia Fuji Mums Lotus Pakis Onion Snapdragon Carnation Wisteria Bamboo Sweet Pea Mountain Laurel Nasturtium Rose Gardenia Geranium Orchids Scotch Broom Weeping Willow Flame Vine Maple Tree Grape Vine Malayan Fern Rex Palm You are invited to bring your own containers or choose new ones from our extensive collection, to Miss Rader, professional flower designer. She will create personalized arrangements with the flowers you select. Come see thousands of exquisite washable permanent plastic flowers, fruits and foilage, All are modestly priced. Miss Rader will consult with you with no obligation on your part. Q.T.'i-DQWNITAiM STORI

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