Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 4, 1963 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 4, 1963
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20 Gotesburq RegisterMoit, Golesburg, III. Friday, Oct, 4, 1963 WHERE" SHALL Z PUT IT/ MISS PETUN (TME IT VJ INTO THS LIVING ROOM! I'LL 6ETV0UR MONEY - tWS MCKINS PIN IMPROPERLY, MlOWlMd 1HK PELICAN NOOK 19 OPEN AN0 IHIMf* SENMOff PltPIPPER INTO THE SEA, fft THER&S A HEAR- V^INd, BUT BUZ IS ABSOLVED CP A IOCKIMO PW...AWNAW OKAY! r « 'I LET no eg Rut ZMntty ProJmttjat ^STRETCH IS A KESULAR PRODUCT! OM-LINie NUT CRACKER.! a* QHIOCBfeTHAN A . FALLING VfSQR A Station WGIL, Radio FRIDAY «:00 News. 6.05 Capital Assignment. 6.35 Mutle. im World Today.. 1:30 Corpus Cbtlstl va. KnoxvUta. 10:00 Nightcap News. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. M«wa on the Halt flout. SATURDAY 4:5S Wake Up Show. 6:00 News. 6:05 Wake Up Show. 7:00 News. 7:05 Weather. 7:10 Sports Scoreboard. 7:15 Wake Up Show. 7:30 Local News. 7:45 Morning Show. 8:00 News. 8 «5 Morning Show. 8:55 What's New in Pink & Blue 9:00 News. 8:05 Morning Show. 10:05 Social Security Program. 10:10 Music. 10:35 Fire Department Program. 10:40 Music. 11:00 New*. 11:05 Morning Show. 11:45 Farm Adviser'i Program. 12 KM) News. 12:15 Weather Forecast. 12:20 Local News. 12:45 D. D. DeForest 1:30 Illinois vs. Northwestern. 5:00 News. 5:15 Music. 6:00 News. 6:05 Music. 6:35 The Big Lie. 7:05 Music. 7:40 East' Peoria vs. Galesburg. 10:00 Nightcap News. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. Maws on lb Hall Hout Station WAIK, Radio 15»0 KUQCTCI— SATURDAY 6:30 Sign On. 6:31 News Headllnea. 6:32 Farm News. 6:50 Weather Watch. 6:55 News Around the World. 7:10 Local News. 7:35 Astroguider. 7:55 ABC News. 8.00 Local News. 8:15 Weather Watch. 8:25 Hospital Notes. 8:30 Viewpoint, 8:55 ABC News. 0:00 Top ot the New* in tha TUNE IN TIPS... Tonight at 8:30 Corpus Christi Vf. Knoxville in High School Football RADfO lit* ON YOUR DIAL Midwest. 9:25 Flair Reports. 9:30 Medical Interview. 9:55 ABC News. 10:00 Local News. 10:15 McLoskey Washington Report. . . 10:30 Weekend Sound Flights. 10:45 Town Crier. 10.5 ABC News. 11 -.00 Local News. 11:05 Tradio. * 11.30 American Farmer. 11:55 ABC News. 12:00 Omnicast News. 12:25 Flair Reports. 32:30 Paul Harvey News. 12:55 ABC News. 1:00 Local News. 1:30 Job Clearing House. 1:15 Obituary Report. 1:5S ABC News. 2:00 Local News. 2:25 Flair Report*. 2:30 Viewpoint. 2:45 Town Crier. 2:55 ABC News. 3:00 Local News. 3:25 Weekend Sports. 3:55 ABC News. 4:00 Local News. 5:25 Speaking ot Sports. 4:30 Viewpoint. 4:55 ABC News. 5.00 Local News. 5:15 Sports Review. 5:25 Tom Harmon, Sports. 5:55 ABC News. 6:00 Local News. 6:25 Flair Reports. 6:30 Viewpoint. 6:55 ABC News. Kirkwood Lodge Tells Of Session KIRKWOOD — The regular meeting of the Kirkwood Rebekah Lodge and a birthday party were held Tuesday in the Odd Fellows Hall. A letter of thanks and appre eiation was read from Mrs. Florence Rodgers, retiring president of District Association No. 11. The newly-elected president is Mrs. Marvel Powell of Avon. The fall district meeting will be held in the grade school gymnasium in Avon Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. The banquet honoring Mrs. Powell will be served in the Avon Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Reservations are to be sent to Mrs. Bernice Swank, Avon, not lager than Oct. 26. Mrs. Dorothy Coulter, nuble grand, appointed the follow r,g ways and means committee for the last quarter of the year: Mrs. Loretta Strong, Mrs. Dorothy Parkins, Mrs. Aileen Harrison, Mrs. Eva Hull, Mrs. Edna Hancock and George Baxter, Refreshments were served to the group from a white-covered table, centered with a milk glass vase holding a large bouquet of dark wine dahlias and flanked on either side by wine color candles in matching holders. The flowers were from the garden of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Swarts. Kirkwood Briefs Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Nesselrode of Wheatridge, Colo., were calling on friends in Kirkwood Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green and Debbie and Gary Dickey of Macomb were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Green and Gary's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hancock. Mr. and OUR BOARDING HOUSE-Witb IWr. Hoopl- DONTTEU. A SOUL 1 BANKEf?6 , i?OWN X WOULDN'T WANT TO START A PANllC<~- BUT T'M GETTING OUT OF ftHS 6TOCK MARKET A^O ttATO 6AVING6 FOR A FEW MONTH'S -WAK -KAFF— '-X'M MAKlMG A ,MA30R -DEPOSIT-*-A BIT AT A TIME, OF eexjese, FOR fne SAK& lOFsecREcy/ ~ REALLY^ I HOPE YOU' LEAVE IT INS A LITTLE- LONGER THIS TIME/ IF FAIL M&,AHD ITNEVEI? DOES, VOL) MADE YOUR ,LAST DEPOSITFOR ^lO—^OM OCT.V15*?/ SOU WITHDREW IT . THAT AFT£RNOONK ^TELL-ER>- JELL, THAT'6 THE /MARKET FOR IYOJ, BANKER." 5 YM. I« HI to. OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williami ANV OF fryer? GOOO'TVBZesSOUB. iNvrwncN TO MV a(?THLWPAE7V IWI tf WK. fct. TJW. tn. ilX M. Oft. /d-V OLE BULL AIWT A MAN TO HOLD A GRUP6E,EA*yi yER WELCOME A60ARP TH' ROSEBUD! ^ ANOTHER THING, Ttf CREW5 ONE l ( NOUR MERCIFUL SULTAN,WILL PERSONALIS SELL THIS SCRAWNY LITTLE HAG, AS A SLAVE H (AND -THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE \ WILL BE CHEERFULLY / REFUNDED, IF SHE-CHUCKIE.'V IS WORKED TO DEATH i \ W1THIM A MOMTH.V I CAM USE HER IN MV BUSINESS.'.' I BID IODROOPEES!.' Mrs. Henry Dickey also of Macomb were Sunday evening callers in the same home. Mrs. Mildred VanKiper and daughter, Linda, spent Tuesday in Chicago, where Mrs. VanRiper bought gift wares for the Birdsell Appliance and Gas Co. Before returning home, they also visited Mrs. VanRiper's brother and sister-in-law, Kev. and Mrs. Everett Munson and family in Maywood. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Waltrip uid children, Jimmy, Jeannie and Laurie, of Jacksonville, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Join H. Walters and family. The Wal- trips and Walters became fiends while liviag in Waslungtoa while Waltrip and Walters were in the Army. Troop No. 45 of the Girl Scouts met at the Woman's Club Building, Tuesday. Refreshments were served by Patty Galbreath and Renee Faudree. Mrs. Leona Wetzel of Colchester and her niece, Miss Vickie Raymond of Larchland, attended the program at the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wetzel's son Wendell was a member of the quartet that had a part in the program. THERE— SAFE ANP SECURE'' NOW TO WAIT THEM OUT,,. ANP THEN, THERE'LL 0E NO ONE ALIVE TO SPILL MY SECRET OF THE JEWELS IH THE EAGLE'S NEST.'i s MEANWHILE, WITH FRANTIC PESPERATION, BIRGIT , STAMPS REPEATEPLY WITH HER CLIMBING SP1KES1 A6AINST KANE'S OJM8IN<5 ROPE.' ...JUST SEE THAT YOU REMEMBER Ot'TUNIC'S MMKTfl cmit>>. Ten to 12 pounds of feed are required to produce one pound of lean beef. IT'S RIDICULOUS! MASSI6. \% HAS TO BE WROMS-HOW *'• * COU LP X BE JEALOUS VF VAVIP PELL..? PUT IF I'M NOT. X SHOULDN'T 6E STEWING 1 4

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