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KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber Si Phone 289-6172 Well Repair Assures Its Operation for Many Years KNOXVILLE - Repairs to the No. 2 well at the city water works practically assures its efficient operation for the next 10 or 12 years, Sunt. Wilbur Bowar- ter revealed today. The No. 2 well was closed down about three weeks ago when a hole in a main shaft caused a loss in pumping and, along with other damage forced a general overhauling of the pump. A contract with the Varner Well and Pump Co. of Dubuque, Iowa, resulted. The city was never in danger of a water shortage the superintendent reported. In addition to the hole in the pipe, another break caused a loss of lubrication and the damaging of bearings. The base of the pipe needed replacement and other damage at the base was corrected. A No. 1 well is a reserve unit operated one week a month to assure its efficiency. The No. 2 well pumps 320 gallons per minute and No. 3 an additional 450 gallons. Plan Events Plans for a smorgasbord to be held Oct. 25 at the Christian Church were made by members of the Christian Women's Fellowship when they met at the home of Mrs. Walter Dowell Wednesday. Also discussed were plans for a basement sale Nov. 5. Mrs. Gale Brock directed the lesson "Alma Mater City Style" telling the changes in campus life and the need of spiritual guidance of the students. Mrs. John Weidenhamer gave the devotion on the topic "Mission and the Call of God." A social hour followed with refreshments served by the hostess. Twenty-one members attended. Library Closes Friday The Knoxville Public Library will be closed Friday evening because of the homecoming football game and celebration. Briefs Ray Dean Godsil visited over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Godsil. He is a senior medical student at Northwestern University. The Orange Homemakers Extension Unit will meet with Mrs. Lawrence Cook on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer • !MlfNU .lM. "He f t an Irish baby setter!" Set Cambridge Homecoming CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge High School students have selected candidates for king and queen to reign over the homecoming football game and other activities Oct. 18 in Cambridge, along with candidates for the attendants. Cambridge will meet Winola High School for the homecoming football game. The king and queen will be chosen from the four candidates named in the senior class including Nancy Reed, Kathy Palmer, Lynn DeDecker and Dave Johnson. Can'''dates for the attendants are Sylvia Leander, Pat Mari- Now You Know By United Press International One out of every seven persons employed in the United States holds a job directly connected with the automotive industry, according to the Automobile Manufacturers Association. Avon Couple Honored at Kirkwood KIRKWOOD - Mr. and Mrs, Howard Williams of Avon were honored at g family dinner Sept. 29 In the heme of their son-ln*law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Brooks and family in Kirk' wood. Others present to help Mr. and Mrs. Williams celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Weidler, Mike, Verne, Sue, Cathy and Tom* my, of Platteville, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Williams, Debbie, Dean and Beth, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Kim Jeri, Dottle, and Jona, of Monmouth. Kirkwood Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Otto Swarts, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shauman, Kenny and Kevin, drove to Nauvoo Sunday and had dinner at the hotel there and then went on down the scenic drive along the river and through Hamilton. Mrs. Lawrence Lee gave a party Saturday for DeAnne's fifth birthday. The guests, members of DeAnne's Sunday school class, were Scott Walters. Debora Woods, Jean Lovell and Mary Tinkham. The children received balloon favors and brought De- Anne gifts. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lee, DeAnne and Mark, were Y". and Mrs. Lyman Dahlgren, Sue and Diane, of New Windsor. Mrs. Dahlgren is Mrs. Lee's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parkins spent the weekend in St. Louis visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and children, Gayle, Mike and Lynn. Mrs. Geneva Edwards of Smithshire and Mrs. Hazel D. Dean went to Moline Sept. 30 to a style show at the Holiday Inn, sponsored by Joe H. Weyer Co. Judy Parr, Madison, Wis., hair stylist, was present. Mrs. Hazel D. Dean is taking a 3-week vacation and her beauty shop will be closed until Oct. 22. BUSHNELL 620 W, Hurst SU BushneU. Phono Bushnell 519 MM, senate •MUMM Fire Causes Heavy Damage BUSHNELL - the Bushnell Fire Department was called Wednesday afternoon to a fire at the heme of Jesse Vancil, two miles east of Bushnell. Fire Chief Ed Stoller estimated loss to the the house. The Vancils had lived on the place for 17 years and ft contents at $1,500 and $5,000 to is owned by the Clark estate. Cause of the fire was undster- mined. Faculty Club Entertained At Alexis ALEXIS — Mrs. Raymond Hart entertained Faculty Bridge Club in her home Sept. 26. Dessert was served, followed by three ta bles of bridge. Mrs. Thomas Knox, Mrs. Robert Houser, Mrs. Ronald Patterson and Mrs. Thomas Peake received club favors. Miss Ruth Anderson and Mrs. George Johnson Jr. were guests and Miss Anderson received guest favor Mrs. James Hussey will entertain club in three weeks. Alexis Briefs Miss Betsy McKnight returned home Sunday after spending the weekend with Diana Sharer in East Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sharer brought her home and visited his mother, Mrs. Lena Sharer. Mrs. Kirby Dowell and Mrs. Wavie Miller accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dowell of Monmouth to Cloverport, Ky., Saturday to visit relatives for several days. Circles Entertained The circles of the Presbyterian Church met Tuesday. The Bible study for each^circle was "One People of God." Circle I met at the home of Mrs. Robert Kikendall. Mrs. James Walton gave devotions and the Bible study was Tramportution Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BatliafltoB, Cutbeund a r«tt Mati —— i<?» 80 AkSarBen .- 6:66 10 Denver Zephyr — 7 82 2 Local —.8:60 18 California Zephyr - 19:31 U Nebraska Zephyr .—T«9 Butllngton WMtboun* 3 to Omaha Lincoln —1 *? 95 to Kansaa City .—...1:85 7 to Denver . 3:5B 35 to Kanaa* City 3*0 11 to Omaha. Lincoln - 3:10 17 to California 6:33 1 to Denver 8:28 Santa re. Eastbountf 20 Chief ... 4:40 16 Texaa Chief — 6:40 18 Super Chief- El Capitan* 11:10 18.r Chief* — 11:48 124 Grand Canyon 2:20 12 Chicagoan — 8:80 Santa T: Westbound 0 R. r. Chief 2:39 19 Chief —.—12:55 12r Grand Canyon 3:20 1 ST Chief* —7:05 IS Texas Chief .——-0:58 17 Super Chief- E3 Capitan* —10:28 •—Flagatop Oaark. Northbound mailt ^ 140 to Chicago* ——9*6 90S to Chicago** .———4:45 690 to Chicago*** 6:39 Oaark tonthbonnd 141 to St. Louis** 8:59 691 to St. Louis*** 8:44 •—Except. Sunday ••—Except Saturday •••—Saturday only •••—Saturday only •>ns scHEboun Westbound To West Coast . 6:30 To West Coast 120 To West Coast ... ......9:43 Eaaibouna To East Coast .—__—.11:55 To Rast roast . s •on To Peoria 1:20 To Peoria .— 8:25 Southbound To St. liouts 10:00 Northbound To Davenport 9-20 a. m a. m a. m a. m p m p m a. m a. m a m p. m p. m p m p m a. m. a. m a. m a. m p. m p m a. m p. m p m p m p m p. m a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. a. m. p. re p. tn a. m p. m Only a few miles from bustling, westernized Manila, pygmy Neg­ ritoes still hunt with poison-tipped arrows. man, Rick Hedden and Martin Sherrard, freshmen; Charles Johnson, Cynthia Leander, Arnold Lindquist and Clyde Nimrick, sophomores, and Patricia Robinson, Dianne Yarger, Don Hulin and Arlen Vincent, juniors. Cleaning Clue Linen is said to be the best material with which to clean windshield glass since it possesses the quality of removing dirt and grease without leaving lint on the glass. - San*. v ^v*l»> ! H$ READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Kirkwood Cubs Add Members KIRKWOOD - All the Cub Scouts met at the home of the den mother, Mrs. O. J. Miller, Monday with Mrs. Adrian Lefler, assisting. Due to the shortage of den mothers at this time all the cubs will meet at the home of Mrs. Miller until further notice There were 17 boys present. The theme for October is "Make Believe," Bruce Miller and Chipper Smith did a make believe skit of the Kennedys. Glenn Todd, Stanley Huber and Jim Lauvei did a puppet skit. Greg Johnson, David Lefler and Kevin Lease did a skit of a commercial. Stanley Huber and David Lefler were elected denners for October. New boys enrolled into cubbing are Kevin Lease, Blaine Faudree and Randy Richardson. The pack meeting will be a costume party Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church. Each boy is to have an original costume that is his own idea. However, his mother may help him make it. given by Mrs. Clair Curtis. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Dale Heath, with, Mrs. Bruce Bricker giving the devotions, and the Bible study was by Mrs. Earl Har- 'i. Mrs. William Heath was hostess to Circle 3. Devotions were given by Miss Wilda Singleton and Mrs. James Haynes gave the Bible study. Co-hostess was Mrs. Richard Stinson. TIZZY By Kate Osann S ^UJ |f ME ^r teS* TAA» ^^(P "If you're not going to your car tonight* Ftther, couldTim borrow your bittery?" Donate to Center The Mound Unit of Homemakers Extension met Wednesday at the Recreation Center. The major lesson, "Language behavior pattern that h-' * us understand others," was given by Mrs. Charles Hess and Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Garnet Ridle gave the minor lesson, "How to improve your memory." The unit will donate $25 to the Recreation Center drive, Mrs. Ura Jones, chairrrnti reported. Bushnell Briefs The Campfire Girls Council met Tuesday. The girls will march in the homecoming parade Oct. 18, with Vivian Orrill in charge. The council donated $50 to the Recreation Center drive, Pat Borders, president, announced. A wiener roast will be held Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the VFW Park for firemen, trustees and families. Co-chairmen, Eloise Jennings and Vivian Orrill, asked families to take own table service. Students Take Part in Programs From June 16 to Aug. 10, David Cox, a senior at Bushnell-Prairie City High School, attended the 1963 School Science Scholarship program at the University of Mi nods. The heart disease research program was sponsored by ihe Illinois Heart Association, National Science Foundation, and Uni versity of Illinois. The selection of participants was made by regional and state committees.of the Heart Associa tion, ono student coming from each of the 14 districts into which the Illinois Heart Association is divided. Cox worked an 8-hour day as a laboratory assistant, with Dr. Toshiro Nishida, who was doing re search. As a participant in the research program at the University of Illinois, Cox had an opportunity to gain a thorough knowledge of col lege life and scientific research He also received from the Heart Association a $300 grant for college work. Since the heart research program will be offered during the summer of 1964, qualified juniors at Bushnell-Prairie City High School, will again be given an opportunity to submit applications. Along with 59 other boys from all parts of the nation, Jim Nickel, a senior at Bushnell-Prairie City High School, attended the junior engineers' and scientists' summer institute at Lamar State College of Technology, Beaumont, Tex. The exploratory and orientation sessions in science and engineering were from July 19 to Aug. 4. The program is designed to provide Uth and 12th grade students with general information about science and engineering, to aid in giving academic insights which are important to career decisions, and to offer a preview of college life. PRAiftlE CITY - Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Sam White for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Britcher, Cameron; Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeFord and son Jimmie, Hannibal, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Dale DeFord, Monmouth, and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Knott, Russet and Dickie, Ellisviile. Mr. and Mrs. Noah House and sons from Cozy Home, Ark., arrived Monday for a 2-week visit at the Sam White home. Tuesday, the Houses and Mrs. White visited in Buffalo, Iowa, with relatives of the former. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Coombs are spending the winter months in Jacksonville, Fla., with their son Kenneth and his wife. Kenneth had been visiting his parents and other relatives. He retired from the Navy after 20 years of service and has a civil service employment in the Vete r a n s Administration offices. They left for Florida Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Nichols and Mrs. Robert Martin, Jimmie and Tommy, spent the weekend in Columbia, Mo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Nichols Jr. and family. The Junior Nichols family formerly lived at Morning Sun, Iowa, but now live at Columbia, where he has enrolled as a graduate student at the university there. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Waters, Griggsville, and Mrs. Minnie Jones, Poloma, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Myra Hunter. Mrs. Myra Hunter has sold her home to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald VanMiddlesworth, who will take possession in three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Varner and John went to Decatur Sunday, meeting Mr. and Mrs. William Dickison from Mooresville, Ind., there. Later they called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hawn and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hawn at Farmer City. Mrs. Leona Emory has returned home following a visit in Havana with Mr. and Mrs. John Fisk and their family. Groups Convene The Happy Helpers Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Betty Boyd and for roll call, each member told of precautions to take in the household at this time of the year. Mrs. Gerry Emory presided at the Tuesday meeting of the Firemen's Auxiliary. Mrs. Marilyn Cox read a magazine article called, "Why Do Husbands?" She also provided a game for recreation called ad lib. Mrs. Joyce Thurman and Mrs. Mary Lou Brown were welcomed as new members. Mrs. Beverly Curtis rejoined the auxiliary. Golesbura Reoister-Moil, Gofesburq, ill. Thursday, Oct 3, 1963 25 Prairie City Couple Greet Meal Guests ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITS1TT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phono 691 LodgeDistrictPicksOffieers ABINGDON—Mrs. Jennie Castle entertained Monday evening in her home 55 past noble grands of District u Rebekahs. New officers , were elected. A fried chicken potluck dinner was served at 6:30 p. m. with meat and drink furnished by Abingdon past noble grands. Mrs. Florence Rodgers, Farmington, was welcomed as a new member. A memorial service for deceased I members was conducted by Abingdon past noble grands, Mrs. Jennie Castle, Mrs. Nora Paul, Mrs. Lennora Derry and Mrs. Evelyn Dahler. Mrs. Margaret Marshall served as soloist. Lis! Officers Following new officers were elected: Mrs. Tillie Forneris, El­ lisviile, president; Mrs. Viola Walihan, Galesburg, vice president; Mrs. Lennora Derry, Abingdon, secretary and Mrs. Inez Utsinger, Ellisviile, treasurer. New officers were installed by Mrs. Nora Paul, installing officer; Mrs. Ida Foreman, Monmouth, marshal, and Mrs. Grace Mann, chaplain. Mrs. Grace Mann, Galesburg, retiring president, thanked Mrs. Castle for opening her home and all members for their cooperation during her tenure of office. Mrs. Forneris made the following appointments: Mrs. Isabell Munson, Fiatt, marshal; Mrs. Blanche Hall, Avon, chaplain; Miss Helen Weeks, Monmouth, musician and Mrs. Mary Lucan, Galesburg, ways and means chairman. Past Matrons Club Meets in Oquawka OQUAWKA—The Past Matrons Club of the Oquawka Chapter Order of Eastern Star, was entertained at the Masonic Building Tuesday by Mrs. Daisy Devore and Mrs. Bernice Welch as hostesses. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party at the Burlington Hotel in December. Mrs. Beulah Braun, Mrs. Ruth Thompson and Miss Iva Cisna were named as the decorating committee and Mrs. Helen Cisna is in charge of obtaining a date and arranging a menu. Homemakers Unit Holds Dinner Meet Berwick Unit of Homemakers Extension Association Tuesday at 1 o'clock dinner in Friendly cafe entertained 12 guests. Among the guests were three county officers, Mrs. Willard Greenstreet, second vice chair' man; Mrs. Guy Fail*, treasurer and Mrs. Donald Browne, secretary. Chairmen reports included the following: Mrs, Harold Strand, membership; Mrs. Harry Adwell, health, who read an article on non-prescription tranquilizers; Mrs. Her man Adwell, music, who reviewed the book, "Deep River Girl," life of Marian Anderson Mrs. William Verner reported on a letter received from Peoria Power and Light Co. and stated the tour had been postponed for the present. Mrs. Raymond Elliott and Mrs. Sena Smith gave high lights of the annual meeting Sept 30 in Kirkwood Methodist Church, They reported a session with Mrs. Wagey of Paxton, state president, reviewing her trip to Melbourne, Australia, in attend ance at a conference of the Coun try Women of the World. Mrs Wilbur Ray gave the major les son, "The Junior Citizen Under standing Aging." Mrs. Herman Adwell had charge of the short feature displaying fall and Halloween table and home decorations, favors and corsages some of which were used for table decorations. Mrs. Norris Meachum assisted in creating the decorations. Mrs. Allen Hess, president, presented Mrs. William Verner a gift a new home in Portland, Ore. H M to Boat Group Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boydston ' recently in their home hosted Ab» ngdon Boat Club social commit-, tee including the following: Mr. ' and Mrs. Dale Pruett, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Eaton, Mr. and Mrs." Bud Bevard and Mr. and Mrs./ Warren Stegall. Bishop Hill Groups Slate Friday Meets BISHOP HILL - The Weller Homemakers Extension Unit will ' meet at 2 p. m. Friday at the> home of Mrs. Ray Litton with Mrs. Fred Schott as co-hostess. The Bishop Hill Community Club will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the Community School. Arthur Holevoet of Atkinson, International Farm Youth Ex­ changee to Belgium, will show, pictures and tell of his experiences while in that country six months. The Community Club is open,, to the public, in addition to the, parents of school children. This is the first meeting for the 1963-64 year. The Philathea Class will meet Oct. 9 at 2 p. m. at the Community Methodist Church at which time the members will hold their harvest sale. Mrs. Arthur W. Olson and Mrs. Henry Johnson are the hostesses. Prairie City Club Visits in New Salem PRAIRIE CITY - The Prairie City Woman's Club took its an- > nual trip on Tuesday, going to New Salem. Those who had been , there before found many changes from the time they had visited it before. There were animals added to the scene as well as old- time crops having been planted. The group also went to Petersburg seeing the graves of Ann . Rutledge, Edgar Lee Masters and , Mrs. Nancy Green, before returning home. Mrs. Lillian Seifert was '. a guest making the trip with the women. One of the heaviest coins in a money museum in New York is a Swedish 8-daler piece which weights 31 pounds. t 4 We butcher all livestock, to your specifications. All your meats are freezer- wrapped in the exact sizes you prefer. Every package is labeled accurately for easy selection from the freezer. % Our prices are low! , . . Our butchers are experts! Call or come in today. SEE OUR FRESH FROZEN RETAIL MEAT CASE - LARGER SELECTION - BETTER DISPLAY. "Quality and Service Is Our Motto" ECY'C PROCESSING r c I a SERVICE Pastor and Wife Honored at Fairview FAIRVIEW — Rev. Richard Denmark, who has been pastor of the Methodist Church in Fairview for the past 2*k years, will move to Buda Tuesday, wnere he will serve both Buda and Sheffield churches. The Rev. Mr. Denmark and his wife were honored at the church last week and were presented a going away gift. U. S. National Forests sell more than enough timber each year to make a 6-foot boardwalk from the unit to take with her to from here to the moon. BERNARD FEY, Owner 104 W. Martin Phono 3447 Abingdon SHANKS SHANKS, your complete store with oil your Shoe and Clothing needs for the entire family. Newest styles, large variety of styles and sizes — extra large sizes are to be found at Shanks. OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS. Shoes Shoes for the entire family — At Shanks you get your "CORRECT" width and length. Our shoes ore fitted by expert shoe salespeople. New Dresses Ladies' and Girls' — Popular prices. Sizes 7 petite to extra large sizes. WASH DRESSES — Only $2 °8 DRESSY DRESSES — Only $ 6 9« $ 7 98 $ 1Q 98 $ 12 9* SHANKS wSw Abingdon FREE PARKING IV- DM. am am ** .*»"' MM •* »*. \

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