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6 Gofesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Tuesday, Oct. 8,1963 GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Calva High School Group Formed as Sports Boosters GALVA—In a meeting Monday night, District 224 School Board was acquainted with the objectives of the newly-organized Galva High School Booster Club. Arnie Hanson, club representative, outlined the club's purpose in support of the school sports pro grams. He said the club plans to supply ushers for games, timers at track meets and offer any other help required in interest of sports promotions. The board approved the aims of the club. In other business, the board heard an appraisal of the system's physical facilities by William R. Stuhr, Rock Island, architect. Sturifas Report Stuhr, who based his report on findings by the Galva Citizens Committee on the needs of school facilities, suggested that some improvements could be made to the Lincoln Elementary School to make it useful for years to come. He said the present high school gymnasium could be converted into a full-size basketball court without harming the main walls, or reducing the size of the stage Winola High School Plans Homecoming VIOLA - "Moon River" is the theme for the Winola homecoming festivities which will open with a parade through the downtown district Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The sophomore class is in charge of the homecoming arrangements. The parade will feature floats by the four high school classes, other high school organizations and some business concerns. Following the football game between Winola and Sherrard Thursday at 7:30 p.m., the king and queen will be crowned at about 10 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Don Clute's Orchestra will provide the music for the homecoming dance. The king and queen bandidates and their attendants from the three lower classes are selected by the high school classes, and the king and queen will be chosen from the senior candidates by student body balloting. King and queen candidates are Sandy Goben, Sybil McAtee, Anita Anderson, Ronny Esp, Dan Portu- gue and Jim Brown. Their junior attendants will be Jim McCrery and Denny Rogers; sophomore attendants, Bill Schaechter and Dale Lee Nelson; freshman attendants, Jane McCrery and Marvin Thirty- acre. Due to the closing of schools for teachers institute Friday, the homecoming festivities have been moved up one day. RIB SHACK North on Rout* 150 Ribs. Beef. Chicken. Fried Chicken. Shrimp. Piiza. Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Dally at 5 P.M. in the facility. The conversion would limit the seating capacity to about 800. School directors approved blacktop work on the White Elementary School playground area. Supt. Milo Watson reported that the roof of the junior high school building, which was leaking, had been temporarily fixed prior to an inspection by a bonding company. He reported glass damage at the Lincoln Elementary School, where two new lights are being installed on the campus near the facility. Board members were invited to join the district teaching faculty at a picnic Oct. 11 at Lake Calhoun. Seven members of the board plan to attend a state school board organization meeting Oct. 16 at Kewanee. The next local board session will be held Nov. 12, instead of Nov. 11, the regular date, which is Veterans Day, a legal holiday. WRC Conducts 70th Annual Convention In Galva Facility Galva unit of the Woman's Relief Corps entertained the 70th annual convention of WRC District 15 Friday at the Odd Fellows Hall. Delegations were registered froti Canton, Farmington, Galesburg, Kewanee, Sterling Barrington, DesPlaines, Oregon and LeRoy. Community service projects of the organization were reviewed. Among the projects are donations to the needy, service to veterans hospitals, handicapped children and the sick and cooperation with Red Cross and Scout programs, in addition to patriotic work in communities. New members received by the Galva unit on the occasion were Mrs. Minerva Hanson and Mrs. Norma Fogelsong. Farmington unit conducted a memorial service for 11 deceased members of the district. Officers elected were Mrs. Lou Bales of Kewanee, president; Pauline Anderson of Canton, senior vice president, and Naomi Cruys of Galesburg, junior vice president. Department President Louise Swanson of Barrington in stalled the officers assisted by other officers. Mayor James Young of Galva welcomed the assembly in behalf of the community. The next district convention will be held in Kewanee. Henry County Schools to Close For IEA Meet CAMBRIDGE - All public schools of Henry County will be closed Friday. The teachers will be attending Blackhawk Division of the IEA at the Rock Island High School. All public schools will be closed Friday, Oct. 18, for the Henry County institute. The theme of this meeting is, "America's Future — All of Our Children." The day will be devoted to considering individual differences and trying to meet the needs of all boys and girls. TIZZY By Kate Osann HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY Mrs. El ma C. Miles, Galesburg Ttoulc 2. Mrs. Shirley A. Nelson, AUona. Alfred I. Smith, 1051 N. Seminary. Guy E. Grimslcy, 2r,n N. Seminary. Jack L. Admire, Abingdon. George D. Woods, Dahlnda. C. Martin Strongqulst, 67 N. Pleasant Ave. Melissa R. Conn, 863 E. Berrien St. Lauretta L. Nordstrom, Bishop Hill. David R. Armstrong, Cameron. Mrs. Constance M. Ward, 175 Walnut Ave. Mrs. M. Grace Compton, 205 W. North St. William Keith Swanson, 126 Osage St. Tina I. Swanson, 171 Indiana Ave. Raymond R. Graflund, 448 Peck St. Mrs. Grace L. Bruner North Henderson. Clyde E. Miller, Lake Bracken. Mrs. Charity H. McDonald, 375 N. Cherry St. DISMISSALS MONDAY Carl W. Sundell, 1491 E. North St. Forrest D. Bonham, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Jean M. Johnson. 756 Maple Ave. Mrs. Patricia Westerdale, Altona. Mrs. Myrtle E. Wilson, Galesburg Route 3. Miss Anna O. Johnson, 346 N. Cherry St. Gary E. Clayton, Abingdon. Mrs. Mary Ellen Fuciila, 675 N. Academy. Mrs. Gladys L. Sherman, Ellisville. Russell H. Dahleen, 156 Highland Ave. St. Mary's Plan Theater Party Members of the Galva Lions Club and their wives will be treated to a theater party Wednesday evening at the Galva Theater. They will be guests of Forresr Thompson, manager. Slate 4 -H Meeting The Lynn Busy Boys 4-H Club will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The National Restaurant In Roseville wishes to announce that we will be serving Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings • • • All you can eat for a buck. Sunday Buffet Dinners served from 11:00 A.M. 'Till 8:00 P.M. National Restaurant ROSEVILLE, ILLINOIS Opening Tonight The Grenadires Don't Miss This Exciting Group FRANK'S FALL FEATURE Fillet Mignon Dinner 50 It's Always More Fun at . , . ADMISSIONS MONDAY Mrs. Patricia Walters, Milan. Mrs. Gwenlee Teval, 1645 Robertson Ave. Jack Orms, 117 W. Main St. Janet M. Mills, 142 N. Arthur Ave. John L. Schrodt, London Mills. Mrs. Margaret Bergfeid 1655 Florence Ave. Robert C. Morrison, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Joyce Stotler, Abingdon. Leslie M. Patterson, 988 Dayton Drive. Mrs. Pauline Mattson, 414 N. Cedar St. William P. Hibbens, 873 Warren St. Mrs. Sharon Mclntyre, Monmouth. Victor A. Larson, 696 Maple Ave. Walter H. Mais, East Galesburg. Earl G. Johnson, Victoria. DISMISSALS MONDAY Master Charles Clark, 595 W. Brooks St. Miss Frankie Cooley, 72 N. Pleasant Ave. Homer Dawson, 256 Silver St. Mrs. Mae E. Fields, Rio. Mrs. John Mahnesmith Jr., Wataga. Mrs. Joyce E. Mast, 231 Belt Blvd. William L. Miller, Berwick. Mrs. Arlo K. Mi. ray, 842 Olive St Mrs. Carl Stroops Jr., 631 Peck St Mrs. Mary L. Szydloski, 745 Avenue "B". Oscar Thompson. 895 Liberty St. Mrs. Oscar R. West, 506 Monmouth Blvd. New Windsor PTA to View Travelog NEW WINDSOR-Elbert Smick of Rock Island, a sixth grade teacher in Moline grade school, will project films on California during the travalog with Cinema­ scope and color movies at the Parent-Teacher Association meeting Thursday, Oct. 10. The films won first place in the Camera Club contest in the quad-cities last year. The event is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. and the public was urged to attend at the grade school cafeteria. Maquon Club Holds Session MAQUON — Mrs. Homer Foster, Mrs. Albert Doubet and Mrs. Aden Van Fleet were guests of Mrs. Lucretia Myers Friday when she was hostess to the 500 Club. Mrs. Cleo Daley held high score, Mrs. Glen McGirr, second high and Mrs. Albert Doubet, third. Mrs. Alvin Donaldson and Mrs. McGirr held the traveling prizes. Plan Hunt The Good Cheer Club will hold its annual treasure hunt Oct. 10. All members were requested to meet at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. John Leffingvvell. Mrs. Virgil Van Winkle is co-hostess. "I have the same measurements as Miss America— with a slight discount!" Illinois Tourist Mission To Europe Outlines Strategy SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)—The leader of the Illinois tourist mission to Europe says: "We're not going to expect people to come 8,000 miles to see Abraham Lincoln's tomb. It's not logical." Nevertheless, Richard Newman, chief of the state's new tourism division, expects them to come. at the home of Dick Conner, where a wiener roast will be a feature of the session. Committee for the occasion includes the families of Willard Palmer, Donaid Jones, Holland Conner and iJon- ald England. ?1O0 Grand Ave. Phoue 342-64X2 Wednesday Night SPECIAL CHICKEN IN THE BASKET 75c CLUB 34 Homer and Ruby Walker Roue 34 AIR CONDITIONED For Your Comfort ENTERTAINMENT He's going to try to entice them with the bait of doing business in Chicago. Then he will attempt to persuade them to mix in the pleasure of a tour. "What I am going to say to prospects is: 'If you want to sell your goods in America, come to Chicago, the heartland of the U.S.A.* What I'm going to try to do is to get them to bypass New York. "Then we say: 'When you plan your trip to Chicago, bring your wife and family. After traveling thousands of miles, remember you are only 55 minutes away from Lincolnland, which played such an important part in United States history. See his home, tomb and New Salem.'" First State Effort The Illinois tourist mission is believed to be the first attempted by a state. It is a trailer to a trade mission by officers of more than 50 Illinois-based firms trying to step up exports. This is believed to be also the first trade mission by a state to Europe. Newman, a former Champaign advertising man, says the two missions are bound together because the average European can't come to the United States but businessmen can afford it. Illinois will play host to a group of leading travel agents and editors in Frankfurt, Paris and London. Newman also will make a less elaborate pitch in Rome. Gov. Otto Kerner will head the Illinois trade mission to Europe Oct. 17-Nov. 6. Kerner will speak at a luncheon for the travel experts. Then Newman will have a "shirt-sleeve, working session" showing a film of Illinois and explaining travel kits. These contain such details as how to get around the state, where to stay, car rentals and a list of Chicago conventions for 1964. "We hope these business tourists will generate other tourists," Newman said. "They will be centers of influence. They will speak to clubs and other groups and start some excitement." After the general meeting, Newman will visit individually with the agents and offer the Illinois Board of Economic Development as a clearing house for information and help. The tourist division is under the board's jurisdiction. By thinking in terms of ability, rather than disability, employers are finding that disabled workers have a multitude of abilities which may be profitably utilized by the companies. Surprise Dad NOTE: Sand patlarn order* direct to New York. Watch addrasa below. Orderi will NOT be accepted al Galesburg newtpapei ofiice. Warm Dad's hands and his heart, too, with toasty mittens. Knit 'em for Christmas. Simple knit, purl stitches create interesting design in sports yarn. Pattern 887: directions for Men's Sizes Small, Medium, Large inclusive Thirty-five cent* in coins tor tms pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Send to Laura Wheeler,, care ot Galesburg Register-Mail, 74 Neediecraft Dept., P O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York 11. N Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. BIGGEST BARGAIN In Needlecraft History I New 1964 Needlecraft Catalog has over 200 designs, costs only 25cI A "must" If you knit, crochet, sew weave, embroider, quilt, smock, do crewelwork. Hurry, send 25c right no /. READ THE WANT ADS! II II The Stripper JOANNE WOODWARD CLAIRE TREVOR RICHARD BEYMER SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c — Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVIUE FOR economy-minded TRAVELERS Fampu* for Good Food Writ, for Folder No. 2 Retreat Report Reviewed for Viola Meeting VIOLA—The Oct. 3 meeting of the First United Presbyterian Church women was held In the home of Mrs. Malvin Spencer with Mrs. C. W. McCrelght, assistant hostess. Mrs. Maggie Lindbiirg reported on the Pres- byterial retreat she attended Sept. 18 in Moline. The sewing committee reported it had completed the assignment of making pneumonia jackets for the Philadelphia hospital at Am- bala City, Punjab, India. Four members will represent the association at the Presbyter- ial fall meeting in New Windsor Oct. 10. The treasurer was instructed to buy literature for next year's meetings at the Presby- terial meeting. The nominating committee will report the new slate of officers at the November meeting. Three members volunteered to bake cookies to be served to the young people at the Methodist Church following the community UN1CEF drive in October. Devotions were conducted by Mrs. Ward Rich, Mrs. Bob Brokaw gave the mission study and the lesson for the month was reviewed by Mrs. Boyd McAtee. New Windsor Church Project Is Planned NEW WINDSOR - Members of the Ladies Aid of the United Presbyterian Church, agreed to assist members of the 20th Century Class in making the new drapes for the windows in the church basement, at the meeting Oct. 3. Mrs. J. W. Robb conducted the opening devotions. An appreciative note was read from Mrs. Ben Ratekin for a recent gift from the society. The program included a vocal solo by Mrs. Arthur Willems, who played her own accompaniment; readings by Mrs. Percy Streeter, Mrs. C. B. Walsten and Mrs. Guy Leonard. Hostesses were Mrs. Myron Hickok, Mrs. A. J. Streeter and Mrs. C. B. Walsten. BUSHNELL. 6J0 W. Hum St, ButhatlL PIMM BMHMU HI Bushnell Area News Items BUSHNELL - Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Miles returned home Friday after spending the past week with their son Bruce, who is stationed at Holloman Air Force Base, N. M, Mrs. Inez Ruark entered the AlWood Schools To Close for Teacher Meet WOODHULL — AlWood schools will be closed Friday as faculty members will be attending the Blackhawk Division teachers meeting. The annual Henry County Teachers Institute will be held Oct. 18 in Kewanee. Lodge Convenes Regular meeting of the Royal Neighbor Camp was held Thurs- doy in the Modern V'oodman Hall. Announcement was made that the annual Henry County convention will be held Oct. 16 in the Eagles Hall in Kewanee. Local officers will present the password drill. Mrs. Anona Palm and Mrs. Natalie Whitcomb served refreshments. READ THE WANT ADS! Ends Tonight "WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE" "COME FLY WITH ME" THEATRE TOMORROW A LITTLE DEATH CAM DAY... AL0T0F ^ LOVE EVERY MIGHT! THEYQUm CO-FEATURE AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL • DiRK B06AR0E; COMING SUNDAY "GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!" Western Illinois Birth Record GLADSTONE - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor of Little York are the parents of a daughter, Cynthia Lynn born Sept. 29 at Mercy Hospital in Burlington. The mother is the former Rebecca Sandy of Gladstone. When they are dismissed they expect to stay at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sandy, Smithshire, for a short time. ELMWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones of Kickapoo are the parents of a boy, born Sept. 25, at Methodist Hospital, Peoria. He is their first child and was named Ethan Allen. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernard of Elmwood and paternal godfather is Lloyd Jones of Dunlap. Maternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Retta Osborne of San Jose, Calif., and maternal great-grandfather is Carl Bernard of Elizabethtown, Ky. ELMWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson are the parents of a son, born Sept. 30, at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. Mark Allen is welcomed by two sisters. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cowden and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chester Daw son, all of Elmwood. Paternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rushing of Yates City. ALEXIS — A girl was born Oct. 1 at Galesburg Cottage Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Creek Jr., and has been named Tammie Sue. The mother is the former Jean Aubrey. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Aubrey and Sam Creek Sr., are the grandparents. CAMERON - Mr. and Mrs Kenny Watson of Cameron are the parents of a boy. He is named David Robert Watson. CAMBRIDGE — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DeMay of Atkinson are parents of a daughter Friday morning in the Hammond Henry Hospital at Geneseo. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simkins and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeMay, all of Cambridge. University Hospital at Iowa City, Sunday to undergo tests. She is in Room 601. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Garrison have adopted a 7-week-old boy. They have named him Kent Allen. Firemen, trustees and families of the Bushnell Fire Department held a wiener roast and potluck supper at the VFW. Park Sunday. Co-chairmen were Eloise Jennings and Vivian Orrill. Mother Study Group will observe guest night Wednesday at the Clair Curtis home, corner of Jackson and Harris streets. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dean Speer and Mrs. Jerry Curtis. The Willing Helpers Class of the Baptist Church will meet Friday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bertha Silberer. The VFW Auxiliary will have a social at the VFW Home Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Den 8 of Cub Scouts met Saturday at the home of the den mother, Mrs. Helen Brillhart. The 12 achievements for Lions badge were reviewed. \ Alice Carey Risley Tent met Friday at the home of Mrs. Alice Huffman. Mrs. Zalea Elliott showed pictures of past administrations of the organization. Movie Calendar TUESDAY, OCT. • ORPHEUM: "For Love or Money," 1:30, 3:35, 5:30, 7:35. 9:45. WEST: "Man With A Gun," 1:30, 4:50, 8:10; "God's Little Acre,** 3:00, 6:20, 9:40. DRIVE IM: "Come Fly With Me," 7*0; "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane," 9:00. One complete showing nightly. WW II Mothers Meet WOODHULL — The 20th anniversary meeting of Unit 34, Mothers of World War II, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Bethany Lutheran Church. There will be a bazaar and a sale of baked goods. The meeting is open to all women of the community and members of the 15th District. WANTED-TRAINEES IBM KEYPUNCH DATA PROCESSING COMPUTER PROGRAMMING | Box 144, % RaglaUr-Mal! m OPEN 1:15 ^ EiaSaaa HURRY From the Studio That Gavo You "LOVER COME BACK" "PILLOW TALK" and "THE THRILL OF IT ALL" . . . ENDS I WEDNESDAY ! KIRK DOUGLAS WZ\ GAYNOR GIG YOUNG l FOR LOVE OR MONEY COLOR eo..T». N . THELMA RITTER - LESLIE tmm JULIE NEWMM • VHUUM BEND1X w^. 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