Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 9, 1963
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W4 Mtlto St RUSSELL ALDIRMAN CotNlfNMMilttt - PhOM #EI4IBI Galva City Council Acts For Sewer Extension Work GALVA - The Galva City Council met Tuesday night in special session and passed resolution 31 authorizing the Stanley Engineering Co,, to prepare preliminary plans and costs estimates for stages No. 1 and No. 2 of the city's sewer extension program. This will include areas in the northeast and southeast parts of town that do not have sewers at the present time. Kim Bright of the engineering company was present at the meeting. The first meeting of the Galva PTA will be held Oct. 18 at 7:45 p.m. in the F. U. White School. An executive committee meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. prior to the regular meeting. Galva Woman's Club Supports Polio Fund The executive board of the Woman's Club of Galva met Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Dwaine Clark. Mrs. Neil R. II II ENDS TONITE The Stripper JOANNE WOODWARD CLAIRE TREVOR RICHARD BEYMER SHOW STARTS 7:3f Adults 60c — Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVIUE Johnson, president, that the $iae collected from the spring dance review was* turned over to the Polio Fund and used entirely for local use. Mrs. Walter Chtlstlanson, cochairman of Garden Club, announced the first fall program will be a visit to "Green Oaks" near Victoria. Members interested in this field trip were asked to be at Mrs. Christiansen's home at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 22. Transportation will be provided. Upon return to Galva, lunch will be served In the home of Mrs. George Hays. The Study Club will meet Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Haskell Gill. Hostesses wffl be Mrs. Verne Peterson and Mrs. Neil S. Johnson. Firemen Work On Equipment Members of the Galva Fire Department met Tuesday and waxed the fire trucks before the meeting, Albert Frank was awarded the attendance prize. Chairman of the dance committee announced that Paul Wireman and his 10 -piece band of Rock Falls would furnish the music for the firemen's annual dance Nov 29 in the Galva High School gym The Wireman group features girls trio with the band. Jack Hathaway, chairman of the tickets, announced that the tickets are being printed and will be ready for the next meeting. Keith Carter reported that the tickets for the checkroom have been or- a I*"?- ! : " I rTl ~ ENDS TONITEI — STARTS MimowNcw-aeYoUNa TOMORROW! FOR LOVE OR MONEY 'iKEuumnn v a?\ tftfetf, rtcftert YtfItoA It h cnwije oi onunning me gym ana ftaftttff AtdWMuv the bind. Tht Gtlfi group voted to em* tiftM to biting to tht rUinod rUIIUNII nMICImiOfli Swedliih Theme Featured by Club Tribute to the Swedish people of tht irti wa» displayed at the first fiteetfhg of the woman 's club of Galva Tuesday. Mrs. Neil ft. Johnson, president, led ine group tn prayer, Mrs, Merrill Nystrom, American Cltteen* ship chairman, ltd In the pladge to tht flag. Music chairman, Mrs. Dwaine Clark, introduced Miss Melrose Corkill, vocal Instructor of the local school district, who pre sented the following students dressed in Swedish costumes: Phyllis Schmidt, Marsha Sanders, Janet Troline, Terry Pruett, Lorretta Lamb, Marsha Reynolds, Martha Liehr, Karen VandeVelde, Linda Larson Paula Hopping, Myrna Llnd- burg, Kandas Collier, Karen La moreaux, Jane Brownfield and Penny Sage. The students presented three Swedish songs. Mrs. Merrill Nystrom, chairman, Introduced Gilbert Swan son, president of the newly-or- ganited Henry County Historical" Society, who showed slides to illustrate historical places in the country, many in the immediate Galva area. Such areas as Bish op Hill, the Hennepin Canal and locks, plus many early cemeteries of the first settlers in the county were shown. He stressed several complete outfits and buildings that have been donated to the society and that a site is being sought to display these pieces of pioneer art. The serving committee also carried out the Swedish theme by serving lunch on a Swedish cloth, with red geraniums in a salt box which originally came from Bishop Hill. Hand-carved wooden candlesticks completed the motif. Hostesses included Mrs. Peyton Dexter, Mrs. Josephine Bun tin, Mrs. Clara Miller, Mrs. H M. Robertson, Mrs. Joe Kendall, Mrs. Thomas Monier and Mrs Robert Holmes. OPEN 1:18 W EST It'sonthe screen' NOW you CM fff novo! of «U Urn* — PLUS — 2nd HIT — vMAN OP VIOUNCE-WOMAN Of COURAGII SAMUEL GOIDWYN, 1R. presents ROBERT MITCHUM SAMUEL GOLDWYN, JR. MnfM • IICHMPIMISOH. MMM M» mm M»»u FRIDAY from 6:00 P.M.. 2a A TWPK PIATURI ACTION PROOHAMI AT BOONL JAMES MASON AHUM IA MI UAH I liAKlk qSSfi ^cope- eot -oR by oe tux* • TWWWWW wuw Enters Hospital OPH1EM — Blair Gordon, 23- month-old son of Mr. and Mrs Chester B. Gordon, was admitted to the Moline Public Hospital Saturday for observation and treat ment. ishop Hill Oub Hears Report on Trip to Belgium BISHOP HILL - Arthur Hole. TOR 01 AMUHMIf lIHH'UwNIHU firm Yooth fttehanta Student to ilihop BB1 CflfiWiuftHy dub Oct He showed? sKtfst wftich wew on the rNMw Ufa and fanning methods of the four families he stayed with while lit that conn- try from June ttr November lets. Kyle Doss, flew president, named to the fund railing com* mittee Mrs. Wayne Chilberg, chairman; Mrs. Morris Nelson, Mrs. Russell Patty and Mrs. Kenneth Llndbom. In observance of National Ed. ucation Week, open house will be held at the Bishop Hill Com munity School Nov. 15. Mrs. Ralph Peterson and Mrs Ronald Scott gave the major lesson, "Unusual Herbs and Spices" at the Friday meeting of the Weller Homemakers Extension Unit at the home of Mrs. | Ray Litton. The feature lesson, "Care of the Eyes," was given by Mrs, Albert Florine and the Safety Lesson on "Corn Picking" was given by Mrs. Lloyd Conrad. Bishop Hill Briefs Mrs. Lena LaMaster of Car rollton returned to her home Oct. 2 after spending a week visiting her son and his wife, Mr and Mrs. Floyd LaMaster, Dianna and Carol, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gillette, where Mrs. William Washburn of Lamed, Kan., was a house guest. Mrs. Washburn returned to her home Oct. 3, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Bjorling Sunday accompanied Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Gillette to La larpv, wnere tney were omner guens, ffllf, Mrs. Flownee Ctrrasca, Rift and Cathy, and Mrs. John Carrasca of Galva, attended a bridal shower for Miss Cheryl Anderson of Kewanee at the Un* ion Federal Building Sunday. Miss Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson of Kewanee, will become the bride of Fred Carrasca, son of Mrs. Florence Carrasca of Galva, Oct. » at the First Methodist Church in Kewanee. Mrs, Rudolph Johnson, in com Galesbura ftjfltifgr*Mqif, Golesburo, 111. Wedneadov, Oct, 9.1963 5 Enters Hospital CAMBRIDGE - Frauds Cf»- gaert entered the Moline Lutheran Hospital Monday and will have surgery Tuesday. wonnsm ana naren a no wr. ana Mrs. Orlie Chitbetg Sunday vis- iten ner nusuana wno nw oeen a patient at the Veterans Administration Hospital In Iowa City since Aug. 9, •mi ni iMcsnra. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Wylle Erieson visited Sunday in the home of Miss Darlene Swan in Roekford and Mrs. Gilbert Rekf of Galva who has been spending the past week in Roekford with her daughter. Mrs, Julian Nelson of Bishop Hill, Mrs. Robert Dobbles and pany of Mr. and Mrs. Charles children of Woodhull and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson, Sue. anne, Teresa and Todd of Galea* burg were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ray of Avon and visited Mrs. Ronald Ray and two sons who were visiting there the past three weeks, having returned with Sgt. Ray from a 3 -year stay in Japan. Sgt. Ray is stationed in Alabama and his wife and two sons left by jet Oct. 8 for Paris, France, to visit her parents, whom she had not seen for six years. Sgt. Ray plans to join them there at Christmas. The Ray sons are 4 years and 3 months old. COLUMIUS DAY DANCE SAT., OCT* 12 Donclnf 9 fo 12 KNIOHTS OP COtUMBUS CtUMOOMI Pre* Admission Por Century Club and K. of C. Member* Movie Calendar WEDNESDAY. OCT. • OHFHEUM: "For Love or Money," 1:30. 3:39, 530, 735 and 9:45. WEST: "Man With A Gun." 1:30, 4:50. 8:10; "God's Little Acre," 3:00. 6:20 and 9:40. DRIVE-IN: "Young Racers," 7*0; "Mind Benders," 8:30. (One complete showing nightly). Johnny Evers of the 1914 Miracle Braves was the first player to make seven singles in a four- game series. RIB SHACK Neitb on Route 110 Ribs, Beef. Chicken. Fried Chicken. Shrimp, Plan, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out service CaU S4I-I413 Opea Dally at S PJ*. ^BIVE/A, THEATRE Rt. 34 West - Open 6:30 • Show at 7 P.M. A LITTLE DEATH EACH DAY... A LOT OF i±LOVEE¥ERY MIGHT! THE YOUNG TOFEATURE HOSPITAL NOTES St. Marv's • ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs. Virginia Daugherty, Lake Bracken. ... _, ^ Mrs. Nadlne Flnley, 507 W. First St. Mrs. Pat Frakes, 909 N. Henderson St. Arthur Murray, Knox County Nursing Home. Robert Rodrlquese 987 W. Brooks St. George Reinhold, 375 N. Cherry St, S. Garrett Cox, Gilson. vTonja Duke, 518 W. Brooks St. Edward Z. Hare, 1640 Harrison Si Louis E. Palmer, Lake Bracken. Mrs. Dorothy Brooks, 222 Holton St. Mrs. Mary Howerton, Abingdon. Paul T. Crosby, 1059 W. Second St. Mrs. Mary Bookout, Whiting Hall. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Mrs. Laura Bowden, Hermon. Mrs. Herbert B. Engman, 755 Locust St. Mrs. Harold Halsey, Waauon. George W. Hughes, Oneida. Bobby R. Johnson, 1238 Morton Ave. Sandra Jane Mack, Berwick. Mrs. Edward Martinez, Fort Madison, Iowa. Mrs. Robert L. Moore, 4S9 Franklin St. Lyle C. Roberts, Abingdon. Cottage ' ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs. Linda L. Walker, 783 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Margaret Anderson, Keithsburg. Mrs. Vilma W. Johnson, Victoria. Jack Samuel son, Cameron. Melvin M. Matson, 526 Maple Ave. Mrs. Evelyn M. House, Prairie City. Clyde A. Smith, 393 N. Cherry St. Albert Sorenson, 750 E. Knox St. Mrs. Ruth G. Bauer, Burlington, Iowa. Mrs. Floy A. Bantz, 1085 N. Cedar St. Terry L. Smith, London Mills. Mrs. Roy St. George, 600 W. Main St. Sharon K. Johnson. Dahinda. Leslie L. Stegens, 435 S. Chambers St. Mrs. B. Amber Woolsey 964 W. Main St. Mrs. C. Joanne Wallace, 1935 McMaster Ave. Ray G. Cooley, 1154 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Dorothy L. Folger, 287 N. Academy St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Kathy Louise Taylor, 1800 McMaster Ave. Thomas D. Admire, 21 W. Third St. John L. Leaf Jr., East Galesburg. Hugh Durbin, Abingdon. Charles A. Nelson, 958 S. Seminary Robert M. Downard, 1268 S. Setn inary St. Anton W. Amenoff, Altona. Laura L. Stevens, 922 S. Chambers St. WANTED-TRAINEES IBM Kl YPUNCH OAIA PHOCESSING COMPUIH1 PHOCHAMMINC ft^Box 844, % Wegtstet-Mai) J COMING SUNDAY "GIRUI OIR15! OlltS!" Thursday Nite FRESH CATFISH Served with potato salad, cole slaw, sliced tomatoes, carrot sticks, bread and butter. Serving Starts 5:00 P.M. CARRYOUT ORDERS WELCOME! Knotty Pine Top Phone 375-9319 WATAGA KRESGE'S ARVEST of VALUE HUMPAY-PmPAY^fATUKDAY ONLY! Wom»n'$ Rarnm'fhHuinQ S-T-R-E-T-C-H CAPRI PANTS CHOCOLATE CANDY Vary Sp»da1 Vafv«J Woven with Helanea* nylon for full ease. With stirrups, Black, lodca,Uufc 8-18. • trwtklMi* Meneyl ; . Boys' Sizes 3 to 6 K 2-pc. SHIRT 'n tONGIE SET *eg. 7.99/ 3 Day$ Only! Plaid cotton flannel shirts plus flannel-lined corduroy pants. Dark colors. 3 to 6X. Keg. 59*-79cK>/ 3 Oaysl Bridge mix, peanut butter cups, chocolate peanuts, wag* on wheels, k&pie dusters. Misses* Warm Quilhlwed VINY1 SUEDE JACKETS Reg. 6.981 3 Days Only! Triree Jw^ quilt*lined. Tii-tone and solid coIprs^Sizes 10*18. Sptcht Sale of Handsomo FRAMED PICTURES Values front 7.99 to 2.491 3 Daysl Brush-textured pictures in wide wood frames ' —gold, white, or walnut. 3 DaysTReg. 79<* to 99« Fire-King OVENWARE l&qr. casseroles, gjk 4t-| 8 v squareand 8x # • I n^'bakepans. ***** 3 Days Only! Reg. 37C TERRY PRINT DISH TOWELS 3»84< fruk and pet designs. Drf dishes lint-free and fast! ITtf'THIS COUPONBQf <£u,sMii.-$aM CXt. JO, 11.12 V American • morrf* II • •. Optn Slock y "mitring***!* AlAD PLATES Reg. 23* Unit ifx per cuMomtr Watch Kresge's ad weekly for mace Dianerware Coupons. Build a see now! QSBBEE I&V coupon oxpiroi Oei 12 IMPORT CHINA SALE Plartt now for spring beautyl Special! Holland Import BULB SALE! Choice of fou* assortments: mixed Darwin, two- tone, Parrot, and Red Emperor tulips. Big H»12 cm. size tulips, 15 to 18 bulbs per package. Government inspected, poly bagged with planting instructions. Special selling at big savings! Mixod Color Hyacinttis, 14-15 cm.9 for 99^ Giont Gordon Tulips 6 for 59c Glamorous Figurine Values toSU9 Oval Cigarette ^ Box Humorous Mug Decorated Ath Tray Boys 7 Jackets Zipptr Windbreakers in $1 57 Black, White, and Ton Colors. Sixes 7-20. Reg. $2 .98 OPiN MONDAY and FRIDAY Til 9 "CHARGE IT" AT KRESGE'S iSUIMARINf ISANDWICHIS 4 for l.OOj 29c Each i

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