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MARKET REPORTS attfftfif RMC QMwlMrf Utfi clot* tg|f . fie tinder gfttfi IMP ............iec L4gtt6f1l Heflft ••.•tMttt.it... ft Heavy MeM ft Chleofo Produco CHICAGO (UPf) - Produce: Live poultry: Heavy hens 17; special fed white rock fryers 1819; roasters 23-24. Cheese Processed loaf 39MM4; brick 40>44i Swiss Grade A 52-55; B 50-54. Butter: Easy. 93 score 57%; 92 score 5744; 90 score 57; 89 score 55 -V4. Eggs: Steady. White large extras 39Mi; mixed large extras 39^; mediums 3(H4; standards Interior Hog Meat SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State-Federal); Receipts 24,000; butchers steady to 25 higher; instances 25 lower; 1-3 190-240 lb butchers 15.00-15.50, mostly 15.10-15.40; 1-2 200-230 lbs 15.6016.00; few sorted Is averaging 209 lbs 16.25; 2-3 240-270 lbs 14.5015.00; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 14.00,14.50; 1-3 350-400 lbs 13.00-14.00; 23 400-500 lbs 12.00-13.00; 2-3 560 lbs 11.00-12.00. ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Addrotti 705 W. Ad.mi Si Phone SSI Club Horn Group on Tour ABINGDON—Members of the Abingdon Business and Professional Women's Club entertained a delegation of the organisation's state officers at a coffee Monday afternoon in the Friendly Cafe. Mrs. Nora Paull, president of the Abingdon club, introduced the guests, including President Mary' — Lou Koons of the state organize tion. The group is touring downstate Illinois, in observance of Business and Professional Women's Club Week, which was opened Sunday. The Abingdon club was complimented on its window display at Van's Gamble store in observance of the week. A poster in the display heralds the theme of the observance, "Responsibility of Full Partnership." Other club members who had roles in welcoming the motorcade were Mrs. Mary Ellen Reese, who was in charge of the guestbook; Mrs. Mary Jane Cruiser, Mrs. Jennie Castle, Mrs. M a x i n e Hawkinson, Mrs. Helen Ray, Mrs. Dorothy Peterson, Miss Anna Belle Bird, Mrs. Ruth Bovard, Mrs. Lulu Goddard and Mrs. Pauline F. Shank, in addi tion to Mrs. Paull. CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND MUTUAL, INC. This regular quarterly dividend of 10e per (hare derived from Investment Income, plus a distribution of 204 P er (bare dividend representing income from realized security profit* it payable on September 27 to shareholder* of record as of September 26,1963. •start 1 Imrt. Stcrttanr •Tnssan* * * * CONFERENCE OIT1CE MI Bond! Bid*. Robert L. Davison 3t« Marmae Phen* MI-MM Ted Hirshfield IIS0 E. Main Phena M3-9M0 Donald M. Makeover 177S Brentwood Phono M2-12M Abingdon FFA Tells Activities Kenneth Morby, Abingdon High Wo will bo In lho Abingdon and Avon vicinity with our DYNA-VAC Power Cleaning Machine On Thursday, Oct. lOib and Prlday, Oct. 11th. Cleaning duct aystams and furnaces Is our specialty. For Free Estimates Contact Coles Standard Service Abingdon, 111. — Tel. S3 or Allison Plumbing and Heating Avon. 111. — Tel. 4IS-3IOI. CARL B. HOLSTINE 411 W. Adams St., Macomb, III. — TE 3-2131 School FFA reporter, recently attended a workshop in Galesburg Farm Bureau auditorium which was one of five workshops in the state assigned for FFA reporters. University of Illinois staff conducted the meeting for approximately 40 reporters representing Galesburg and surrounding area. Abingdon FFA chapter recently attended the leadership school for all officers at Williamsfield and the farm progress show Sept. 24, in Morton. The local FFA chapter is now planning a program of work for the' coming year which includes a pest drive to help farmers rid their farms of disease carrying and destruc tive pests. Dine at Moore Home Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore at Sunday dinner in their country home southeast of Abingdon host ed the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cottom and Joan; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Humphreys, Mrs. Paul Johnson, of Maquon; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cottom and Alan, Abingdon, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bultemier and sons, Avon. GRAIN AUGERS ON HAND IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Various Sizes and Lengths. FAYHEE IMPLEMENT CO., INC. Prairie City, IU. SP 5-4467 DISPERSION SALE REGISTERED ANGUS CATTLE We will hold a complete dispersion sale of our purebred cattle and hofs, at the farm, located on good gravel road 3 miles north of Ipava to top of Bernadotte hill, then 3 miles east, or 8 miles south of Smithfield and 3 miles east, on— SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. 70 HEAD OF CATTLE 31 head cows, all registered, ranging in age from 2 to 13 years; IS head heifer calves, all eligible to register; 20 steer calves, many of which are suitable for club work. BULL: Pride of Prairie Hope 9-16-58. Sire. Homeplace Eileen- mere. Dam. Prairie Hope Barbara Elsa. This is an outstanding herd of cattle. Families include, Bradoller, Erica, Elba Elsie, Burgess, Burgess Blackcap, and Maid of Bummer. Cattle selling in pasture flesh, health and condition will be the best. 100 HEAD OF HOGS 90 head Hampshire and Poland cross feeder shoats, weigh 70-125 pounds; 10 Hampshire and Poland sows, bred: purebred Poland China boar. All hogs double vaccinated for Cholera and Erysipelas. EQUIPMENT Two double hog houses; two creep feeders; one self feeder; two water tanks; two fence chargers. TCltMSi CASH. Not Responsible Tot Accidents. ORAL RENEAU and HOWARD WHITEHEAD—Owners Yates City School Menus Are Listed YATES CITY—Following are Yates City School District hot lunch menus prepared for Oct. 14-18: Oct. 14—Wieners on Buns, Buttered Corn, Carrot Sticks, Apple Crisp; 15—Hot Pork - Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Tossed Salad, Green Beans, Fruit: 16—Chicken and Dressing, Slaw, Peas and Carrots, Fruit; 17—Meat Loaf, Green Beans. Jello, Homemade RoUs; 18— Fish Sticks, Hash Brown Potatoes, Carrot Sticks, Pudding, Peanut Butter Sandwiches. Lunches include bread, butter and milk. LOWELL BUCK, Auctioneer. SAM EDWARDS, Clerk. Pettys Move Near Rio WOODHULL - Mr. and Mrs. Walter Petty of Colona have moved into the Swanson house on South Division street, which was recently vacated by Laverne Lundeen and his family, who moved to the former Conrad farm house near Rio. little York WSCS Topics Are Reviewed LITTLI) YORK ~ The WSCS of the Little York Methodist Church met Friday at the church. Thi president, Mrs. Talbott, gave a prayer, followed with a poem, "Gratitude." Spiritual Life secretary, Mrs. Honey gave article on "The Separation of God and State" from the Christian Herald. A guest was Mrs. Maud Petersen. Mrs. Ora Melton gave the lesson, "Recruitment — the Concern of the World Church." Mrs. Roney had charge of devotions, using the "Sermon on the Mount." The Junior Missionary Society met Friday. Mrs. James Garland was in charge of devotions and gave the lesson on India. Little York Briefs Miss Linda Miller is a patient at the Monmouth Hospital, where she is receivng treatment. Mrs. Mary I. Brown entertain- J ed the following relatives at dinner Wednesday: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Newingham of East Moline; Mrs. C. C. Crow of California; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Munson and Mrs. Nelle Scoville of Viola and Mrs. Delia Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Salmons. Those from here attending the funeral services for Mrs. Earl Thompson of Tama, Iowa Wednesday were her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kinney, Mrs. Marilyn Kinkaid, Mr. and Mrs. James Free, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kinney, Mrs. Margaret Moon and daughter Catherine and Mrs. W. T. Eckwall of Galesburg. Mrs. Robert Simonson attended the fall group meeting of the Galesburg District of WSCS on Thursday. Cammy Talbott of New Boston is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Talbott. Mrs. David Lewis and daughter Renee have been spending a few days with the William Kendall family. Her husband is in service in Panama. Mrs. Jordan Papeneau and two children of Denver, Colo., came overland Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Darrah and other relatives. Mrs. Dave Smith was hostess at the meeting of the Fall Creek WSCS Wednesday when it met at the home of Mrs. Robert Hollo- Golesburq Rtoister-Mqil, Galesburo, 111, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1963 17 "ill wm { w if I KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 i > Club Honors Local Couple On Fiftieth Anniversary MR. AND MRS. CHARLES MARTIN (above) of Knoxvillc will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday at the Newman School which is located a mile south of their home on the Lake Bracken road. Guests are invited to call during the afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. They are the parents of five children, Donald of Knoxville, Lloyd of Farmington, Max of Falrvicw, Mrs. Donald Linn (Alma) of Galesburg and Mrs. Donald Doubet (Doris) of Little York. They have eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mr. Martin, who is 85, is farming. THE DOCTOR SAYS Watch Skin's Brown Spots With Advancing Age Newspaper Enterprise Assn. By WAYNE G. BRANDSTADT, M.D. way. SIDE YARD SALE 131 Maple Ave.—* a.m. to • p.m. Rata or Shine — Oct. 1 fc 10 Wed. — Thura. DUhei, Household Iiemi, Marble Top Tablei. Tape Recorder, Admiral Relg., Auiom. Waiher. Elec. Dryer, Tool * Fruit Cupboard!. White Uniforms Sise 14. Some Used Lumber. Girl Scouts Hike to East Woodhull WOODHULL - Eighteen Girl Scouts and their leaders, Mrs. Ed Van Getson and Mrs. Walter DeCrane, hiked to the east edge of Woodhull on Route 17, where they visited the Indian trail marker. Brownie songs were sung. IN WATAGA Modern Home, S rooms It bain. Gas Heat. Completely remodeled. New double garage. Low Taxes. Inquire at 304 E. Coal or Phone 375-6711 Wataga. GARAGE SALE 93S South Chambers St. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 I to I. Adults fc childrens clothing, dishes, misc. Everything Priced Low, BIG BACKYARD SALE 911 Olive St. Wed. fc Thurs., Oct. >. 10 I to 5 9x12 rug. baby stroller fc walker, crib mattress, lots of baby and childrens clothes. Formals, coats, ladles dresses, IVi thru 10. Maternity tops. ATTENTION HOG FARMERS YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND AN OPEN HOUSE Introducing the New BEHLEN PORK FACTORY Thursday, October 10, 1963 8;00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Optn House at tht Don Schroll form, located 5 miles tenth of Akdo to BtHltn fign, thtn tost ont milt. — Refreshments Served Sponsored by KIRK'S LUMBER CO. BEHLEN MFG. (0. YARD SALE 391 S. CHERRY ST. WED., OCT. 9 - 10 to 6 Rain Date — Wed. Oct. IS Men. Women fc Children's clothing. Bird cage with stand. Books, misc. Not Responsible for Accidents. BACKYARD BALE 1173 Brown Ave. Thurs.. Oct. 10. • a.m. to 4 p.m. Rain Date — October 11. Dishes, furniture, rugs. misc. Items, clothes, women's hats, children's books, tools, electric motors, cedar chest, bookcases and desk. HUGE Backyard Sale Sponsored by Delta Delta Delta Alumnae OCT. 9 — WED. — 9 A.M. 1S92 NORTH BROAD A Little Bit of Everything! Q—What causes the brown spots that appear on some people's hands as they grow older? A—The changes, you refer to may be seen in young adults who are of light complexion if they have been exposed to the sun and wind a great deal, but the spots do tend to become more noticeable with age. Exposure merely hastens the process. These spots are never seen in unexposed areas. Exposure to the sun over many years also predisposes to skin cancer. For this reason, these spots should 'be watched for evidence of a hard reddened area of inflammation at their borders and for ulcerations that are slow to heal and quick to break down again. Fortunately skin cancer is the easiest kind of cancer to diagnose early in its course. It is also the easiest to remove completely so that the danger of recurrence is eliminated. Q—For several years I have been getting purple spots on my arms and legs. They come and go. What causes them and is there any cure? A—You probably have some form of purpura or bleeding into the skin. The cause is often hard to find. Some persons with this condition are cured by having the spleen rr- wed, but this depends on the type of purpura and would be a matter for your doctor to decide. Q—What are the symptoms of myasthenia gravis? A—In myasthenia gravis there is a general weakness of all the voluntary muscles. Frequently the muscles of swallowing are affected and the victim is subject to fits of choking When the condi tion is severe even talking becomes difficult. Fortunately most victims are benefited by neostig mine or one of the related drugs. A tumor of the thymus is ofcen the cause and, if such a cause is found, removal of the thymus will bring about' a cure. Q—My uterus was removed when I was 31 years of age, but not my ovaries. Will I go through the menopause earlier than women usually do, at the usual time or will I skip it completely? A—Since the menopause is due to a gradual decrease of ovarian function, the fact that your uterus was removed will not affect this physiological process. The chief feature of the menopause is the cessation of menstruation which you have already had. The extent and duration of other symptoms of the menopause, especially the hot flashes with or without drenching sweats, varies so greatly in different women that it is impossible to say whether you will have them at the usual time or not. In any case, the fact that you have had your uterus removed will not influence the outcome. Garage Sale 947 E. FREMONT WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9 • to 4 PORCH and HALLWAY SALE 663 E. MAIN Tuesday evening and All Day Wednesday BACKYARD SALE 190 NO. HENDERSON ST. Wednesday. Oct. t Rain or Shine—9 A.M. - • P.M. Miscellaneous. Something For Everyone. Backyard Sale 892 E. GROVE Wed., Oct. 9 Rain Date — Fri., Oct. 11 9:30 A.M. Lots of Knlcks-Xnacks. KNOXVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin were honored at a party at Newman Community Cen ter in observance of their 50th wedding ^anniversary Oct. 7. A potluck supper was served to 75 members of the club and friends of the Martins. Following the supper a brief program of readings was given by Mrs. Les ter Greep, Mrs. Fred Dredge and Mrs. Clark. Branting. The remainder of the evening was spent in getting acquainted with the Martin's children and their families who were present A gift was presented the couple. The serving table was cen tered with a decorated cake and gold accessories. The club's next meeting will be Oct. 19 to start the card parties for the season. A potluck luncheon will be served by the president and vice president, the Clarke Brantings and Alvin Websters. Join Program The Knoxville Junior Woman's Club has announced participation in the Community Improvement Program sponsored by the General Federation of Women's Clubs. The future Knoxville recreation al park will be the subject of the entry. The purpose of the program is to provide incentives for every federated woman's club to join with cooperative forces in the community to improve its conditions. Prizes totaling $70,000 are offered in the competition, including a top national prize of $10,000. Five cash prizes are offered in each state. The first prize winners in the states then compete for 10 national prizes. All cash awards won by clubs must be spent for the benefit of the community. The Knoxville club held a chuck wagon dinner and street dance during July the last two years, with all profits from this affa'r going toward the proposed park improvement. In 1962 the club purchased a large slide and swing set with its $360 profit. This year the group made a profit of $460, but has not designated what will be purchased with it. Role in Education," by teachers and parents. Acting as moderator will be Harold Grutanachef, Knox College instructor. Mick Lacy, president, will conduct the business meeting. Refreshments will be served by mothers of the third grade of Mrs. Bernadine Harris and first grade of Miss Naomi Danielson. No School There will be no school Thursday and Friday this week due to teachers institute. Please send your questions and comments to Dr. Wayne G. Brandstadt, M.D., in care of this paper. While Dr. Brandstadt cannot answer individual letters, he will answer letters of general interest In future columns. Leaves Nursing Home HENDERSON -Mr. It. R. Fields has returned home from the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in Knoxville after being there for several months. Schedule Discussion The Knoxville Grade School PTA will meet in the all purpose room of Mable Woolsey Elementary School Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The program scheduled is a panel discussion, "The Parents Good Samaritans Good Samaritan Chapel Prayer service Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study illustrated with motion pictures Friday at 7:30 p.m. Sabbath School Saturday 9:30 a.m. Missionary period 10:30 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. Susan Cottle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Cottle is a hospital patient. Her address is Bill- < ings Hospital, Room W-448, University of Chicago Clinics, 950 E. 59th St., Chicago, 111. Past matrons and past patrons of the Knoxville Chapter OES have invited past officers of Yates City and Abingdon Chapters to a potluck dinner at the Masonic Temple in Knoxville Sunday at 1 p.m. Rolls and coffee will be furnished. Woman's Society of Christian , Service of the Methodist Church will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. instead of the time announced due to the funeral of Thomas Mathews. Egypt Neighborhood Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Hiram , King Thursday at 1:30 p.m. There will be no meeting of the Homebuilders Class in October at the Methodist Church. MYN Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Norman Foster Thursday at 1:30 p.m. The regular meeting dates of:, Circles I and 11 of the Presbyterian Church have been changed to a combined meeting at the" church Friday, Oct. 18. Hospital Notes From Altona ALTONA — Mrs. Verba Baney returned home Thursday from Cottage Hospital, where she had been a patient the past week. Anton Amenoff is a patient in Cottage Hospital, where he submitted to surgery Wednesday. Harry Olson remains a patient at the Cottage Hospital for observation and treatment. My routes has not been discontinued PICK UP AND DELIVERY REMAIN THE SAME AS USUAL MONDAYS & THURSDAYS MY ROUTE WILL REMAIN THE SAME AS BEFORE* MARJORIE FRAMPTON of SUPERIOR CLEANERS KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Mutf bo In our office It noon day boforo ad rwm. Coll 342-5161 Ditplty Adverting Oopt. 0 »le«bvrg R#0i*t«r-M»il Backyard Sale 828 N. CHERRY WED., OCT. 9 - 9 to 4 Car parts ft misc. items. Backyard Sale 957 S. SEMINARY Wad.. Oct. 9 — Thurs., Oct. 10 9 to ? Cabinets. Clothing, Mite. llama. YARD SALE 1232 Frank St. Wadnatday. October • a a.m. to t p.m. Gaa atovt. aingla roll-away bad and matlraw. Clothing and mi»e. Every Day Is Bargain Day In Register-Mail Want Ads... this area's biggest shopping center Looking for a bargain in household merchandise? A better car? A piano, a pet or sports equipment? Whether it's a hay rake or a home, countless bargains are available daily in Register-Mail Want Ads—the marketplace for thousands. Shop the Want Ad section where everyone's best values appear. It sells more because it reaches more and interests more, for btft selection—for beit remits—-read and ui«.,. galesburg l^gister-Mail Want Ads Diol 342-5161

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