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18 Golesburg Register-Moll, Galesburo, III. Soturday, Oct, 5, 1963 Ozark Sets Record Highs During Year Ozark Air Lines, Inc. reported a net income of $167,898 or 10 cents per share for its fiscal year ended June 30, 1963, according to its annual report mailed to stockholders today. The airline maintained a profitable opera tion for the third consecutive year and last month authorized a four per cent stock dividend, the third consecutive annual stock dividend to stockholders. Operat ing revenues for the past fiscal year were $16,321,280, an increase of $2,359,120 over the previous year, the report said. The airline established records in every category of traffic dur ing the past year the report states. Passenger traffic increased 21 per cent, mail 38 per cent, air express 47 per cent and air freight 69 per cent over the previous fiscal year. The airline flew 618,115 passengers, 3,889,180 pounds of air and first class mail, 7,170,440 pounds of express and 10,413,020 pounds of air freight. New Programs Undertaken In reviewing the past fiscal year, stockholders were advised of a seven million dollar financing program completed in June —an equipment modernization program which added seven 40- passenger planes—a $3,100,000 hangar and office building facil ity under construction at Lambert St. Louis Municipal Airport by the City of St. Louis for lease to Ozark and the establishment of a central reservation office at Peoria. Three important route cases were completed during the fiscal year, each with a favorable decision for Ozark, the report continued. American Airlines was suspended at Springfield and Peoria, leaving Ozark as the only carrier serving these metropolitan cities. Braniff was suspended between Sioux Falls, S. D., Sioux City and Waterloo, Iowa, and Chicago, and the route awarded Ozark, making it the only east and west carrier serving these cities. In May, Ozark was extended from Joplin, Mo., to Tulsa, Okla., with Ft. Leonard Wood added to the system. In the same award American was suspended at Joplin and Springfield, Mo., making Ozark the exclusive carrier serving these cities on routes to and from St. Louis. In addition Sterling-Rock Falls were added to the system last December. North Henderson News Items INSIDE NORTH HENDERSON - The Floral Exchange Club met Sept. 27 at Floral Hall. Mrs. Ruth Cooper, a representative of Illinois Power Co., gave the program and served the food she prepared with the electrical appliance. Lunch was served by Mrs. Howard McCaw, Mrs. Tillie Humes and Mrs. Roy Loquist. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Humes entertained guests for dinner Sept. 29. They were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hiet of Moline, Steve Hamilton of Viola, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wenstrom and daughter L o r i, Jerri Jordon of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McReynolds, Mrs. Madge McReynolds of Alexis, Mrs. Tillie Humes and John, Connie and Dana Humes. They helped Jerri Jordon and Larry Wenstrom celebrate their birth- birthdays. Mrs. William Nail, with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nail of Alexis, drove to Peoria Sept. 29. Mr. Nail remained at the Methodist Hospital there and had surgery Sept. 30 on his back. Mrs. Nora Hasting, Mrs. Nellie Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Dean Rusk, in a policy statement on withdrawal of aid from the Dominican Republic and Honduras where military coups have toppled elected govern ments: "Under existing conditions .., there is no opportunity for effective collaboration by the United States under the Alliance for Progress or for normalization of dip lomatic relations." LOS ANGELES - Walter Alston, manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers, cautioning his players not to be overconfident despite two wins in the World Series so far: "We still have to win two more games. I'm not downgrading the Yankees for a minute. In this game, you don't count anything won or lost until it's up there on the scoreboard." Now You Know By United Press International, Almost 13 million cubic feet of water flow over the Niagara Falls every minute, 94 per cent of which passes over the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side of the Niagara River, according to the World Almanac, Bruner and Mrs. Ralph Hasting, Dan and Mary of Oquawka, Mrs. Wayne McDowell, Mrs. William Runion and Timmie, and Mrs. William Nail were guests of Mrs. Joe Holmes and Iris Holmes Oct. 1. They helped Iris Holmes and Mrs. William Nail celebrate their birthdays. Gale Devlin attended a sales meeting at St. Charles last week. He represented the Olson and Swanson Elevator Co. Mrs. Clara Swanson and daughter Harriet of Woodhull visited Sept. 29 with Mrs. Lucy Orwig. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tornquist visited a weekend with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Damos at Waukegan. Mrs. Charlotte Wilson was host to her bridge club recently at Loraine's restaurant at Galesburg at a dessert luncheon. Bridge was played, with favors going to Mrs. Raymond Cheline, Mrs. Phil Olson and Mrs. Ivan Koons. Mrs. Charlie Meeker has returned home from the Mercer County Hospital. Mrs. Lois Wilson of Alpha is helping care for Mrs. Meeker. Returns from Chicago Mrs. George Edgar returned home after visiting at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt at Chicago. Among those attending the PTA Mercer Area Council meeting at Viola Grade School Sept. 30 were Mrs. Dean Morgan and Mrs. David Knupp. Ruth Unit of the Zion Lutheran Church met Sept. 25 at the home of Mrs. Martin Anderson. Mrs. Don Anderson gave the devotionals. Evening work was making silverware holder for the church silver and baskets for Christmas gifts. The Rebeccah and Elizabeth Units were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Orwig and family visited Sept. 29 with Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Orwig at Smithshire. They took Mrs. Viola Orwig home after she had visited a week with Mrs. Lucy Orwig at North Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Norman with Mrs. Nina Lindsey and Mrs. Lou Tornquist of Alexis drove to Nauvoo Sept. 29 for sightseeing trip. ATHENS, Greece — Shipping magnate, Aristotle Opassis, wheiHj asVed'where Present K*nnedr» wife intended to cruise on his luxury yacht: "They will just go to this or that island as they said. Mrs. Kennedy is the captain." READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MIAMI — Doug Kennedy, Miami Herald chief photographer, in a copyright story quoting the reaction of an elderly man caught in the hurricane .which struck Haiti: "We squatted in our hut when the hurricane came. Then — poof — the hut was gone." BORROWING or INVESTING Loans for building, buying or repairing homes. Reasonable monthly repayments. NOW PAYING 4 •a All Investments $1.00 up. SAVINGS WITH SAFETY. ELMWOOD SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION formerly ELMWOOD HOMESTEAD and LOAN ASSOCIATION Elmwood, 111. — Established 1880 — Phone 5621 Member Illinois Savings and Loan League BY OWNER S10.500 Coed apartment home, 2 furnished apartment, 1 unfurnished, gat heat, double brick garage. Large lot. Northwest district. For appointment. 343-1733. ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING CABINETS, Etc. — Free Estimates — WAYNE WEBSTER 343-1720 Form For Sale SO Acres—5 miles from Galesburg on East Fremont Foad. 75 acres tillable. Modern house, excellent water supply. Adequate buildings. Contact John E. Kennedy. Ph. 343-5093 or X1S8 W. Lossy after S P.M. FOR SALE BEHLEM CRIB Good condition. Price less than half of when it was new. Four years old. EMORY V. ERICKSON Phone Altona — 484-6596 LARGE GARAGE SALE Baby bed. Antique books 25c each, combination bookcase and desk, 2 dressers, and lots of other items. SUNDAY AFTERNOON * EVE. LOIS SMITH Corner of Meek Si Ohio ABINGDON FOR SALE OCTOBER 7 - 8 • 9 - 10 • 11th 2500 Hereford Yearling Steers from Wyoming 600-800 lbs. We have just purchased Sen. Barlow's yearling steers and will offer them In lots to suit the buyers. These cattle were bought on the low time and we are going to sell them accordingly. CATTLE Will BE SOLO FREIGHT PAID ON THE BURLING* TON TO ANY OF THEIR STATIONS IN ILLINOIS. It is our opinion that we have seen the low time on both fat and replace* ment cattle. We think you owe it to yourself to inspect this shipment, as these cattle from the Hard Grass Country of Wyoming are ideally suited for our weather •nd feed conditions. RELIABLE FEEDERS CAN BE FINANCED WERTHEIMER CATTLE CO., INC. CMC STOCK YARDS PHONE 342-5126 GALESBURG, ILL. Tramportation Departure* Effective April 18 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIMS Burlington, Eattbotmd s rest Mail ..._308 a. m. 80 AkSafBen ..-^.».6B a. m. 10 Denver Zephyr ——7:8I a. m. 2 Local ——8:90 a. m 18 California Zephyr ...12:31 p. m. 12 Nebraska Zephyr —.7:05 p. tn larlinyten, Waatbemd 2 to Omaha, Lincoln ..1:48 a. m. 85 to Kansas City 1:88 a. m 7 to Denver . ..3:88 a. m 35 to Kansas City ^..300 p. m 11 to Omaha, Lincoln ...3:10 p. m 17 to California .8:32 p. tn. 1 to Denver 8:22 p. m u Santa Fa. Eastbound X Chief ^...4:40 a. m. 18 Texas Chief 8.40 a. m 18 super Chief- ElCapltan* :10 a. m 2 8.F. Chief* 11:48 a. m 124 Grand Canyon 230 p, m 12 chicagoan 8:80 p m Santa Fa, Westbound » K. <Z. Chief 2:38 a. m 10 Chief. 12:85 p. m. 12s Grand Canyon A 3?w p. m. 1 S.F. Chief 7*3 p. m. 18 Texas Chief p. m 17 Super Chief El Capltan* . •—Flagstop Osark. northbound Flight 0 ~ 140 to Chicago* . 2*» 908 to Chicago** 690 to Chicago*** -r £S --;* 6- :39 Osark. Southbound ^ 141 to St. Loujs;* 8 :89 691 to St. Louis'*' -.—8:44 •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday •••—Saturday only •••—Saturday only *V8 SCHEDULE* westbound To West Coast 8:30 To West Coast —. 1 :20 To West Coast 9:48 Eastbound To East Coast 11 -55 To East Coast 8:00 To Peoria I 'fO To Peoria --- 8:25 Southbound To St. Louis .—10:00 Northbound To Davenport 9:20 1025 p. m a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. a. m. p. IB p. m p. m. o m p. m. p. m. a. m p. m Attend Session Of Postmasters GILSON - Mrs. Madge Snell and Mrs. Gwen Osborne of East Galesburg left Wednesday for Chicago to take a jet to Seattle and on to Honolulu, Hawaii, where they will attend a 10-day convention of postmasters. Earl Snell is postmaster during her absence. Eugene Hensley of Phoenix, Ariz., called on friends of the class of 1941, when the high school was still in Gilson. Want To Buy 2 BEDROOM BUNGALOW North of Main. $13,000 to $16,000 BOX 838 % REGISTER-MAIL HOW OPEN —< THE EVERGREENS 1188 W. Main St.. GaUsbura, 111. A State Licensed shelter ear* home for ambulatory men and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 342.3241. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg, operator. WORLD'S SERIES TV ANTENNA SPECIAL UHF or VHP $29.95 Installed* E&E ANTENNA SERVICE Call 343-1275 or 343-9130 Between 9:30 to 5:30 •Includes: ' I—10' section mast, antenna (UHF or VHF). 50' lead- in wire, roof mount, and SO' of guy wire. Other installations estimated tree of charge. RUMMAGE SALE 74 S. SEMINARY ST. Monday, Oct. 7 DOORS OPEN 8 A.M. Sponsored by GALANOIS CHAPTER AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSN. WANTED RELIABLE PERSON To Take Over Payments On CASE 530 Utility Tractor, Loader, Backhoe. ARPS-MA Self Propelled Trench Digger. TERMS TO SUIT WE WILL DEAL FISHER SALES CO. Joy, III. Ph. 584-2311 FOR SALE Used Tractors Case 830 Diesel, 65 hours, like new; Case 4UB with wide front axle, like new; Case DC A-l shape; Case VAC, overhauled; Case 530 utility tractor, loader, backhoe, move on this outfit and make yourself some money; 1963 John Deere 4010, like new; J. Deere MT with loader, 2-14" plow, 2-row cultivator; IHC M, good; J. Deere A, A-l shape; Oliver "70" with Ottawa loader; Oliver Cletrac HG crawler with new rebuilt motor; MM UB diese] with 4iixS, 5 star motor, near new tires, p. steer, PTO; ARPS- MA self propelled trench digger. Terms To Suit — We Will Deal We Give Wortbmore One Dollar Stamps FISHER SALES CO., Joy, IU. Ph. 584-2311 MARKET REPORTS MONDAY'S ESTIMATES CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 12,000 cattle 8,000 hogs and 700 sheep. Galesburg Hog Market Galesburg Order Bayers C. B. A Q. Stockyards Market steady. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $15.15-$15.40. Top, $15.65. Quotations: 200-230 $14.00-$15.65 230-260 $14.65-$15.60 260-300 $14.25-$15.15 Sows: 300-500 $12.00-$14.25 Dewey Lincoln, fleet Michigan State fullback from Hamtramck, Mich., was the Spartans' busiest man in 1962. He was on the field 339 minutes out o. a possible 540. FOR SALE MUM PLANTS Blooming Plants—73c each Also cut flowers and African Violets. CLAUDE BBAMLETT 1813 Robertson—343-1105 FOR SALE 1963 Model G.E. Harrington Stereo, 10 Speakers, Danish Modern. PHONE 343-6173 GILSON — ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER GILSON COMMUNITY CHURCH WEDNESDAY, OCT. Sth Serving starts at S P.M. Adults—SI .25 Children 75c BAZAAR Garage Sale 1914 INDIANA DR. MONDAY, OCT. 7 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Door hood, outdoor grill, clothing and misc. Kirktvood Arm Homemaker* Hold Se»$idn KIRKWOOD - The Tompkins Sunshine Unit of the Warren County Homemakers extension met Sept. 27 at the home of Mrs. Sharon Scott with Mrs. Anna Or- tery as co-hostess. The lesson, "Fashion and You," was given by Mrs. Jan Speer, and the short feature, "Public Eating Places," was given by Mrs. Irma Mcintosh. Names were taken for those who want to attend knitting lessons during October and November. Mrs. Lucille Poling read several articles from 4-H Gram. Mrs. Martha Mann gave the music lesson on "Marian Anderson." Klrkwood Briefs The Brownie Scouts met UPPER and tOWER APARTMENTS, Recently re-decorated and cleaned. Will rent separately or fa* gather. Rent reasonable. Inquire at 3S4 8. KELLOGG ST. (Rear) Backyard Sale 310 S. PEARL MONDAY, OCT. 7 8 A.M. Basement Sale 330 WEST FIRST ST. MONDAY, OCT 7th TUESDAY. OCT. Sth S A.M.-4 P.M. Shop evenings—S tlU • Public Auction TUESDAY, OCTOBER Sth S:30 A.M. 41S 8. MacArthur Highway Peoria, Illinois Over 340,000.00 worth reataurant and bakery equipment. Including cash registers, large bakery ovens, mixers, counter, stools, donut machine and fryer, bun divider, bobtail fountain in fact complete seU out of restaurant and bakery. COL. H. S. BEENEY, Auctioneer IDS Main St.. Peoria. 111. Ph. 873-7133 Galesburg Livestock Sales Company E. Fremont Road Reguta^^Weekly Auction Starting at 9:30 A.M. on Fat Cattle 12:30 P.M. on Hogs and Stock Cattle ADVANCED LISTINGS FOR OCTOBER 8 FREE BBQ AT NOON 25 Good to choice Hereford heifers, 375 lbs. 25 Good to choice Angus heifers, 375 lbs. 25 Choice Angus heifers, 525 lbs. 22 Holstein steers, 550 lbs. 16 Native fleshy Hereford steers, 850 lbs. 26 Choice Angus steers, 850 lbs. 55 Choice Hereford steers, 375 lbs. 39 Holstein steers, 950 lbs. 25 Good to choice Hereford steers, 675 lbs. 25 Mixed shoats, 80 lbs. Will Have More Tuesday Lindsey Bros, and Lowell Buck, Auctioneers Galesburg Livestock Sales Company East Fremont Road — 342-1416 FARM SALE 305 Acres, Clover Township, Henry County Improved Form Land (Commonly known as Sennett T. Richmond form) The undersigned heirs and administrators of Sennett T. Richmond, deceased, for the purpose of settling the estate will sell at public sale on the premises located one mile south of Woodhull and two and one-hall miles east on State Route No. 17, on Saturday, Nov. 9, 1963 Sale commencing at 2:00 P.M., the following described real estate: The Southeast Quarter of Section 27. the South Half of the Northeast Quarter of Sections 27; and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, except a one-half acre school tract in the Southwest Quarter, and except the North Half of the Railroad right-of- way; all located in Township 14 North, Range 2 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Henry County, Illinois. IMPROVEMENTS Two complete sets of improvements including houses, barns, granaries, machine sheds, double corn cribs, silo and tool shed in f ood repair, and an excellent well. Has been operated as a grain arm and approximately 285 acres are tillable. TERMS OF SALE: 20% cash in hand on day of sale with the balance to be paid on March 1, 1964, when possession will be given. Standard form of Agreement to be executed by the purchasers. Sale is made subject to the taxes subsequent to the year 1963. All rents for the year ending February 29, 1964, are reserved. An Abstract of Title down to the date of sale will be delivered to the purchaser. INSPECTION: Contact the undersigned administrators or attorneys. SETH H. RICHMOND and GUY A. RICHMOND, Administrators NELSON. GUSTAFSON It BLAKE. Attorney* for Estate, Galesburg. Illinois. Seth H. Richmond, Guy A. Richmond, Fred O. Richmond, Jesse I. Richmond/ and Florence A. Bowier, heirs. Wednesday at the Woman's Club Building. There is one new mem* ber. The second grade girl* worked on their helmets while waiting (or the third graders to come, the girls practiced for the investiture service which will be held Oct. 9 at the Woman's Club Building and all mothers were invited to come. William L. Pence and his brother Roy and Mrs. Lloyd Pence and daughter Karen spent a day in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Robert Francis, who has been MIXED HAY WANTED Can «t see— SlU l«tn, ears CBfcO iTOCKTAflDt Oaleabwff. *U—Tat MS-Stll Wertaelmer Cattle Ce„ Inc.— FOR SALE 22 Second Litter Yorkshire Sows to farrow soon. Bred to Hampshire and Poland China Boars. Dole Morling Rt. 2, Galesburg 342-9303 a patient at Monmouth Hospital a few days, was able to return to his home Wednesday and is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mogue spent sept. 29 in Keithsburg with friends. Roy Pence was a dinner guest in the George Leibengood home in Keithsburg Sept. 29 and also visited other friends there. READ THE WANT ADS! COMPIETI TRII REMOVAL fell*. lnnr«*~ r»M CatlnatM POWER BTtfM* REMOVAL OLSON'S TRII SIRVICI Call Collect - TMjaa t-IIM OluMMt,tu; Oaietbnrfl, 111. - Mi-am Backyard & Rummage Sales, etc. Mutt bo In oar office 12 noon day before ad runt. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dapt. Galesburg Register-Mail FOR SALE 315 Warren Ewet. 40 Steer Calves. LOADING OCTOBER 15 400 Fancy Yearling Steers. WALTER SMITH WYOMING, ILLINOIS - 3651 Salesman - Altona - 4844533 SALE of FARM LAND (80 Acre Improved Form) PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday, October 12, 1963 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. At premises located about 2 miles North of Maquon, Illinois, and about Y» mile East of Highway Route 8 ft 97. Landlord's share of growing crop — about 50 acres of corn— "looks good"—will be included in sale of farm. Purchaser shall pay 1963 general real estate taxes due in 1964. Abstract will be furnished. ' This is a good eighty, all tillable except approximately 10 acres in extreme north part of farm, with one story frame dwelling, barn, garage and combination storage shed, corn crib and machine shed combination, and hen house. It is most desirable for people working in town and living in the country. Description: John E. Barber Farm, part of Sections 20 and 29, Haw Creek Township, Knox County, Illinois. Terms: 25% of bid on day of sale, balance on or before Nov. 15, 1963. Possession: March 1, 1964. ROLLAND W. LINDSEY, Auctioneer JOHN J. BLAKE, Master tn Chancery PEEL, HENN1NG and MATHERS, Attorneys for plaintiff LLOYD HARMISON PUBLIC SALE Of ABOUT 103 ACRES OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS FARM LAND LAND SUBJECT TO SALE BEING THE FORMER PROPERTY OF AUGUST AND NELLIE BERGSTROM, BOTH DECEASED. SALE IS TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26,1963 at the North Front Door of the Court House in the City of Galesburg, Illinois with the sale to commence at Ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. Farm property to be sold consists of about IO3V2 acres located two miles North of the City of Galesburg, Illinois and about one-half mile East of State Route 150 and on the North side of a gravel, all-weather road. There is about 53 acres of tillable land with the balance in blue grass and timber pasture—with running water. There is a seven room house with furnace and stoker, a garage, a barn, an old barn, hog house, corn crib, chicken house and a good drilled well. Property is well located for residential purposes, is close to Galesburg, Illinois and has excellent possibilities for future development for residential purposes. Legal description: 63 acres in the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 12 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Knox County, Illinois, being otherwise described as Lot 3 in the West Half of the Southeast Quarter of said Section 22, according to Plat record in Volume 73 of Knox County, Illinois Deed Records, page 16 and the West Half of the East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 22, Township 12 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Knox County, Illinois. TERMS OF SALE: Twenty per cent of amount bid, cash in hand at day of sale, with the balance to be due and payable by March 1, J964 when proper deed of conveyance and possession of said premises will be given. Sale is to be free and clear of all liens, but subject to the lien for 1964 taxes. Abstract of Title brought down to date of sale will be furnished. The successful bidder or bidders will be required to enter into a written agreement, subject to terms of sale, with the undersigned owners of said real estate, who reserve the right to reject all bids on day of sale. For further details, see any of the undersigned. Lewis Marks. Auctioneer McLaughlin ft McLaughlin, Attorneys for Owners ALICE IRENE UPSON RALPH WILLARD BERGSTROM LEONARD THEODORE BERGSTROM Owners of said real estate

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