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KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Homo Addrtw: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289*9172 Poetry Contest Is Planned For Grade School Students KNOXVILLE—A poetry contest for grades four, five and six has been announced by Mrs. Robert Sherwood, education chairman of the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club. Deadline for all entries is Friday, Oct. 11. Winners will be announced Monday, Oct. 14 and the winning poems read at the Oct. IS meeting of the junior club. The contest is being held as part of the club's accent on youth theme and also to help commemorate National Poetry Day Oct. 15. Poems may be of any length, on any subject, of any type, but must be titled. Harold Grutzmacher, assistant professor of English at Knox College, will be judge and a first place winner in each grade will be chosen. Prizes will be three books of poetry. Participating in the contest are the fourth grade classes of Mrs. George Moore and Mrs. Jerry Kennedy, the fifth grade rooms of Mrs. Ray Ramp, Mrs. Wayne Larson and Mrs. Martin Vatt- hauer and sixth grades of Mrs. Backyard Sale SATURDAY. OCT. 5. 1913 815 N. CHERRY Clothing and MUcl. Articles. •:M A.M. 'till Dark FOR SALE BY OWMCH 110.100 Oootf apartment house, t fur- nisbed apartment, 1 unfurnished, K B hast, double brick garage, rgo let. Northwest district, for appointment. MS-071S. CORBIN'S FURNITURE STORE S6S N. WEST ST. Special On Maple Greatly reduced prices on slightly damaged Capt's., Mate's, Desk Chairs, and Maple Rockers $8.00 up While They Last! 5 Maple Tables in round and drop-leaf $27.50 up Several pieces of unfinished furniture at money saving prices. Maple lamp <fk JPA Tables ToJU up Open Daily 8:30 • 5:30 Daily MOD. - Wed. - Fri. "Till 9 o'clock PLENTY OF FREE OFF STREET PARKING Henry Hucker and Mrs. Joe Nelson. Recall School Days School day reminiscences were recalled for roll call at the September meeting of the Appleton Country Club when 16 members met at the home of Mrs. Roy Gibson Sr. Luncheon was served by Mrs. Gibson assisted by Mrs. Melvin Gibson and Mrs. Gene Gibson. Following the luncheon bingo was played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Oris England, Mrs. Floyd Gustafson, and Mrs. John A. England. Door prize was awarded Mrs. Ted Thurman and traveling prize to Mrs. Claude Worrell. Briefs Miss Carolyn Schideman left today for her home in Colorado Springs, Colo., after visiting the past week with Mr. and Mrs. James Woolsey and son. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor visited Sunday with the Harlan Taylors in Springfield. A coffee will be held in the cafeteria of Knoxville High School 3-5 p. m. honoring Mr. and Mrs*. Wendell Stamps. All old and new friends of the Stamps are invited to attend. Reorganize The Circle K 4-H Club held their reorganizational meeting Tuesday night, October 1 at the home of Dr. Homer Fleisher. Club officers for the coming year were elected, as follows: President, Leslie Weech; vice Want- To Buy 2 BEDROOM BUNGALOW North of Mstn. $13,000 to Sit,000 BOX 131 % REGISTER-MAIL FOR SALE New Holland grain dryer. 300 bu. L.P.G., P.T.O. automatic control!, good condition, ready to go. Tom Curtit. Phone 2 on 24, Cameron. 111. 1 mile well, Vz mile north of Cameron. Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Must be in our office 12 neon day before ad runs. Coll 342-5161 Oisplay Advertising Oept. Galesburg Register-Mail WANTED NICE HOMES FOR BEAUTIFUL YEWS AND JUNIPERS Heme Grown — Landscape Siie Many Other Kinds, Balled, Ready To Go. ALL PRICED TO SELL BULBS and PEONY ROOTS GOURDS AND PUMPKINS OPEN EVERY DAY and EVENING COME SEE US HARTS NURSERY S. FRONT ST., RR BUSHNELL, ILLINOIS EARN MORE WITH INSURED SAFETY Invtitmtntf by tht 15th lorn from tht First with Insured Safety AT 290 EAST MAIN ST. president, AMI Simkins; secretary, Gordon Wteeh; treasurer, John Litchfield; program chair* man, Greg Weech; reporter, David Thompson, and recrea* tlonal chairman, Homer Fleisher. tt was also voted to hold monthly meetings on the fourth Thursday of, each month, with the exception of December, when no meeting will be held. John Dugan is serving again as club leader. Any youngster within or near Knoxville inter* ested in the 4-H program should contact the leader or any club member. The next meeting wilt be held at the Weech home southwest of Knoxville on the evening of Oc* tober 24. Grace Lutheran Church, Arne E. Peterson, pastor. Confirmation Class Saturday 9:30 a.m. Junior choir rehearsal at church 10 a.m. All children from second grade to confirmation age are invited. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Luther League meet at the church Sunday 6:45 p.m. to go bowling. Ruth Unit will give a party for Research Hospital patients Tuesday, 7 p.m. Cleaning day at the church Wednesday 9:30 a.m. "First in a third series of Sunday school teachers training session Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Jehova's Witnesses. Talk by William Lundnuist of Moline. Subject "Death, the Doorway to What?" 2:30 p.m. Watchtower study 3:45 p.m. Christian Church, Arvid Oleson, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Topic "The Hope Within Us." C.Y.F. and Chi Rho at the church 7 p.m. Bible study and discussion, Wednesday 7 p.m. Choir rehearsal 8 p.m. Family potluck dinner immediately following church services Sunday, Oct. 13. Gilson Church. Services 9 a.m. World Communion Sunday. Sermon topic "I Will Remember Thee" by Rev. Thelma Case. Special class churchmanship will continue. The annual fried chicken supper Wednesday. Serving begins 5 p.m. Board meeting Monday evening at the church. Methodist Church, Miles Jackson, pastor. Wesley choir practice Saturday 11 a.m. x Church services 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sermon topic, "In Fellow- Golesburq Register-Moil, Golesburo, Prldav, Oct. A. 1963 19 TURNS BACK—Behind the ominously barred windows of their melancholy Hollywood mansion Bette Davis turns her back on Joan Crawford's anguished appeal for release from her macabre persecutions in this stark scene from "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" The picture opens tomorrow at the Galesburg Drive-In Theater. The co-feature "Come Fly With Me," stars Dolores Hart and Hugh O'Brien. Rain Causing- (Continued from page 17) and branches grow on one side only and make the trees look as if they are trying to "get away from something!" The reason for this, I found out, is the strong sea wind which blows all the time. Tours China Clay Pit One evening I went on a fascinating tour of a china clay pit. Most tours are in the daytime, but a different atmosohere is created by the floodlights at night. My host brother and I went to the base of the 200-foot oit where the china clay is found. Blasting out rock is the first step in mining clay. Then /the workers use high-pressure hoses to wash the clay and small pieces of granite stone to a pool downstream. From the pool it is Backyard Sale SATURDAY, OCT. 5 9 A.M. till 5 P.M. 204 N. SWARTS ST., Abingdon. III. FREE COFFEE Backyard Sale 1890 MORTON AVE. SATURDAY, Ocl. 5—I to T? Toys, children's clothing, children's nice overshoes, knlck- knacks. BACKYARD AND GARAGE SALE SATURDAY, Oct. I—• to tt 141* S. SEMINARY A REE-LY BEEO SHOWI DON'T MISS IT1 Clothing, all sisos. Household ittmi, several drapes, many toys, Including dolls and John Deere traclorcycle and wagon. Baby furniture and clothing. Numerous knlck - knacks and Misc. Priced to Belli TERMITES? FOR FREE INSPECTION - CALL ALEXANDER LUMBER CO. 215 EAST SOUTH STREET 343-2171 Agents for COPPES TERMITE CONTROL 8ERVICE. INC. ever IS yrt. dependable service ship." Communion. Wesley choir will sing at the first service.' Galesburg Sub-district M.Y.F. Council meeting at the Knoxville church Sunday 2:30 p.m. Junior High M.Y.F. 5 p.m. Senior M.Y.F. 6:30 p.m. Choir practice Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. First United Presbyterian Church, Howard Bailey, pastor. Sunday church school 9:45 a.m. Elders meet 10:35 a.m. to receive members and prepare communion. Divine worship 11 a.m. World Wide Communion. Meditation "An Uninvited Guest." Reception of members. Backyard Sale ' 413 E. BROOKS SAT.. OCT. 5—9 to S Children and adult clothing; 2 ladies fur coats some tools and misc. items. YARD SALE 1007 HARRISON SATURDAY, OCT. S 9 till ? Furniture, clothing, dishes, misc. FOR RENT NEW ALL MODERN COMMERCIAL BUILDING 11x36 — gas heat — 220 wiring- suitable for oflices — Beauty Shop — Delicatessen — between 2 highways. 122 S. WWTKB0R0 No Parking Problems PHONE 949-4402 ROTO-ROOTIft FOR CLOGGED SIWERS A DRAINS Don't Dig Up Your Sewer Call 343-6913 - or Phone 342-6430 Thermogas for all farm uses Heating Cooking Tractor Fuel Seed Wheat $^95 Mm BU. SEED RYi , bu, $2,20 DeForest Feed & Seed Co. Goltsburg Abingdon PAWNEE PONCA OTTOWA pumped up 100 feet, where it is run through a tank. Here the coarse particles settle, and periodically the tanks are emptied into trams. These trams, which are small carts on tracks, carry the particles to the top of tall mounds. From a distance, these mounds look like white mountains and are caiied the china clay hills. The actual china clay, which is Still in water, is then piped to ground level and taken through shallow settling tanks to remove all impurities. Then the clay is run into deep pools to settle. The color of the water on top of the clay is a pale aqua, resembling the water in our swimming pools. When this water is drained off, the final settling is pure china clay, which is shipped all over the world, including the U.S. —Judy Camp, care of Miss Barbara Tylden Assistant Secretary (International) The National Fed. of Young Farmers Clubs, 55 Gower St., London, W. C. 1„ England. Bishop Hill Man To Note 94th Year BISHOP HILL - G. Alfred Nelson of Galva, a former Bishop Hill rural resident for many years, will be 94 Oct. 7. No special plans are being made to observe the day. Nelson is confined to his home. Their son Arthur and his wife of Homewood recently visited his parents. Marriage License CAMBRIDGE — Marriage license was issued at Cambridge to Willjam T. Wailand of Rock Island and Anna Vernell Taylor of Davenport. BACKYARD AND BASEMENT SALE Swing set, clothing, furniture. Antique!, dithei, bed blankets. FRIDAY—4 '111 ?? SATURDAY—ALL DAY S41 LYMAN ST. FOR SALE 5 ROOM HOUSE On Contract. Phone Mequon TRI 53480 FOR SALE 1963 MERCURY Meteor 4 Dr., equipped, very low mileage. CALL 343-2750 LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS SLOAN'S DECOR CENTER 1058 E. LOSEY 343-4516 BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hunt St„ Buihnell. Phono Buihnell 610 MfUM •MlttMfl Groups Report on Sessions BUSHNELL — The .Tollv 20 1 Service 7:30 P.m.; sermon. "The BUSHNELL - The Jolly 20 Club mot Wednesday at the Recreation Center. Guests were Mrs. Doris Gorke, Mrs. Becky Hofmeister, Mrs. Mary Jane Dilts, Mrs. Pat Borders, Mrs. Isabelle Ferris, Mrs. Betty Beal and Mrs. Catherine Ferris, who were greeted by the president, Mrs. Zelpha Ktssler. Games were played and prizes went to Mrs. Doris Gorke and Mrs. Isabelle Ferris. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Jo Ann Rich and Mrs. Pat Lafary. Campfire Girls Convene Elaine Norcross, worthy adviser, presided at the meeting of the Bushnell Assembly of Rainbow Girls Wednesday. Reports were given on the hayrack ride Saturday. Presents Program Chapter X of PEO held a salad luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ray Cowperthwaite, with Mrs. Charles Norcross serving as chairman of the committee. A guest was Mrs. Maude Vance of Kemah, Tex. On Nov. 6 the local unit will visit the PEO home in Knoxville. Mrs. Carolyn Smith presented the program, "Study of PEO Constitution.'* Church Services Are Announced Pastors of Bushnell churches have announced Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Methodist — Henry L. Cox, pastor. Sunday, Church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m., worldwide communion. Christian Workers school at Macomb Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Methodist Men will meet at the church 7:30 --p.m. Rev. Perry Bishop, minister of the Avon Methodist Church, will be the speaker. Assembly of God — Robert Rutledge, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Christ Ambassadors 6:30 p.m. Evening worship 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday, Ladies prayer meeting 10 a.m. Thursday, Personal Evangelism 7:30 p.m. Missionary convention Oct. 810 7:30 p.m. First Baptist — Harry Litzen- ber'g, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship service and communion 10:45 a.m.; sermon, "Thy Will Be Done." Services at the Golden Age Nursing Home 3 p.m. STUMP CUTTING May eoit leia than Tou think to get «** •* "M* iu»lahtly •tump. Call DoWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone S42-0IU Service 7:30 p.m.; sermon, New Man." Monday, Church nomination committee meeting at the church 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Prayer meeting at the home of Dr. Henry Graber 6 a.m. Thursday, Christian Board of Education meeting at the church 7:15 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible study 7:30 p.m. Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIMS Burlington, Eaatbound 8 rast Mall 3.09 a. m 30 AkSarBen —.—.tt:8» •. m. 10 Denver Zephyr —7:52 a. m 2 Local —.... ,8:50 a. m 18 California Zephyr —1231 p. m U Nebraska Zephyr «~.7.-05 p. m Burlington, Westbound S to Omaha, Lincoln —148 a. m 66 to Kansas City _*._1:S8 a. m 7 to Denver ——...3:55 a, m 38 to Kansas City —.3:00 p, m 11 to Omaha, Lincoln ...3:10 p. m 17 to California -8:32 p m 1 to Denver 8:22 p. m Santa re, Easlbound 20 Chief 4:40 a. m 18 Texas Chief ~6:40 a. m 18 Super Chief- El Capitan* _..11:10 a. m 2 B.B. Chief* ••.—,11:46 a. m 124 Grand Canyon .2:20 p. HI 12 Chicagoan .......6:50 p m Santa re, Westbound 9 K. Chief 2:38 a. m 19 Chief __^_.12:8B p. m 122 Grand Canyon 3:20 p. m 1 S.F. Chief* 7:08 p. m 15 Texas Chief - , .8:66 p. m 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* __10:26 p. m Flagstop Otark, Morthbound Flight 140 to Chicago* .... 906 a. m. 906 to Chicago** . ...4:45 p. m. 690 to Chicago* •• 6:30 p. Ozark. Southbound 141 to St. Louis** -, 8:50 a. 691 to St. Louis*** 8:44 p. '—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday •••—Saturday only •••—Saturday only •108 SCHEDULES Westbound To West Coast 6:30 a, To West Coast 1:20 p. rr To Watt Coast 9:48 p. m Eastbound To East Coast ... .....11:65 p. m To East Coaat 8*10 D m To Peoria 1:20 p. m To Peoria 8:25 p, m Southbound To St. Louis ... 1000 a. ra Northbound To Davenport 820 p. m m. m. Everything Wrong NEW YORK (AP) — Nothing seemed to go right for the Yankees in the first two games of the World Series. Even the electric scoreboard went on the fritz for a while Thursday. NEIGHBORHOOD BACKYARD SALE 785 S. ACADEMY SAT., OCT. 5 — 9 to 4 Dishes, men, women & children's clothing, knick knacks. FOR SALE 1963 Model G.E. Harrington Stereo, 10 Speakers, Danish Modern. PHONE 343-6173 NEIGHBORHOOD SALE 1725 N. SEMINARY OCT. 4-5—8 to TT Electric soldering iron, paint scraper, hip boots, fishing rods, radio, deep fryer, toys, adult It children's good winter clothing, also tall men's sises and misc. Items. Rain Date Oct. 11-12 WEAVERS APPLE HOUSE EAST EDGE OF ALTONA ON BLACKTOP CORTLAND SNOW - MclNTOSH - JONATHAN RED & GOLDEN DELICIOUS Sweet Delicious Cider —-75c gal. For FALL CHECK & CHANGE SEE... Danny Marier's Cities Service SEMINARY & MULBERRY GALESBURG, ILLINOIS Ralston Is Upset PALERMO, Sicily (UPI) - Eugene Scott of St. James, N. Y., rallied to defeat Italy's Sergio Jacobini, 2-6, 6-2, 6-1, Thursday in an international tennis tournament, but Davis Cup teammate Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., was upset by Sergio Tac- chini of Italy, 6-3, 6-3. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Backyard Sale 712 HAWKINSON AVE. SATURDAY, OCT. 5th Nothing sold until S a.m. Clothing, dishes, toys, coats and misc. items. BACKYARD SALE 1361 N. PRAIRIE SAT., OCT. 5—9 to TT Rain or Shine Double bed, mattress and spring. Baby's Jumping chair, steamer trunk, inside doors, postman's uniform;, toys, clothing. '53 Plymouth. NEIGHBORHOOD Backyard Sale 435 JEFFERSON SAT., OCT. 5 — • to 5 Rain Date Hon., Oct. 7 Toys, clothing for all ages, fur- nlture, dishes and Misc. items. NOW OPEN — THE EVERGREENS Ull W. Main St.. Galesburg, 111. A State Licensed shelter care home for ambulatory men and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 342-3241, Mrs. Grace E. Zugg, operator. YOU MAY HAVE Termites AND NOT EVEN KNOW IT! CALL US FOR SKILLED INSPECTION BY BRUCE- TERM I NIX THE NATIONWIDE TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE SIMPSON-POWELSON LUMBER CO. 159 S. Prairie St. Ph. 342-4137 Integi San Antonio rates By Choice By CHARLES GREEN SAN ANTONIO, Tex. <AP )-A \ Negro airman and his girl dance ' to soft music in * flight dub. All others on the floor are white. This happened last week In Sati Antonio—a Southern city by geography, a military city by history and an integrated dty by choice. It happens every day. And because these things happen in San Antonio, the city expects to feel no effects from a controversial directive from its biggest spender, the Defense Department. The directive orders base commanders to require that all men in uniform, regardless of race, get equal treatment off the base. Some congressmen attacked the directive as a weapon to force integration of cities near military bases. Yet the directive is hardly discussed here—one of the largest, military-oriented cities in the nation. "Don't quote me, but we don't expect any problems at all," the commander of one of San Antonio's five military bases said. "I, haven't heard of a single instance of a man in uniform being discriminated against in San Antonio." Businessmen say they have lost , no white patrons because they , serve Negroes. San Antonio, a city of almost 700,000, was founded by the Spanish as a military and religious; outpost. Its oldest buildings are church-forts. Now there are about 57,000 servicemen stationed here. The city's economy is estimated at $1.2 billion a year. About one- third of this, $329 million, comes from defense payrolls. The man- , ufacturing payroll is about $100 million annually. A Negro serviceman can spend his pay just about any place he wants in San Antonio and ride at the front of the bus getting there. He can rent or buy a home in several predominantly white sections although some neighbor-' hoods--especially those in suburban towns—still resist Negroes. His children attend integrated public or private schools. He worships in integrated churches. His wife can try on dresses in the best shops and lunch in the best restaurants. Yet there is a reluctance on the Negro's part, and on his commander's part, to discuss the Defense Department directive for publication. Even young Negro recruits stopped at random on a street corner asked that their names not be. used. "An airman basic has enough problems now. Why ask for more?" one said. READ THE WANT ADS! FOR SALE BEHLEM CRIB Good condition. Price leia than half of when it was new. Four years old. EMORY V. ERICKSON Phone Aliona — 414-MM ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING CABINETS, Etc. — Free Estimates — WAYNE WEBSTER 343-1730 Sole 10S( LINCOLN ST. SAT.. OCT. I — • *Til t» If Rain Held la Garage 99 salt and pepper shakers, dishes, pots and pans, 2 tables, elec. appliances. No clothing. Meets FEDERAL sad STATE HIGHWAY SPECIFICATIONS We have on hand • large sup* ply of Galvanized Corrugated Culverts by Wheeling. c o 1000 Monmouth Blvd. «* ..•*» tail ** «*» ***

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