Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 10, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 10, 1963
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6 Gofesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg,HI. Thursdoy T Oct, 10, 1963 CONFERS WITH GOVERNOR—Gov. John Anderson (right) of Kansas speaks to Kenny McMillan of Bushncll-Prairic City area, national president of the Future Farmers of America at a luncheon Wednesday in Kansas City, Mo., where the FFA is staging its 36th annual convention. Anderson was the main speaker at the banquet. UNIFAX Honors Are Bestowed at FFA 36th Conclave Chapter and individual honors were highlighted Wednesday and today at the 36th annual national convention of the Future Farmers of America in Kansas City, Mo. Kenny McMillan, a farm youth from the Bushnell-Prairie City locality, and national FFA president, is serving as master of ceremonies of the convention which closes Friday after a 3-day run. GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSION Beautiful Scanle MUiinlppI SUNDAY 2 -S (D.S.T.) Charters any tint*. Call Evanlngi and Waakands BURLINGTON—PLAZA 2-2925 McMillan's father, Keith McMillan, a farmer in the Bushnell- Prairie City area, will receive the Honorary American Farmer degree during the Friday evening program. The award is the highest given by the National FFA and includes the FFA's gold key and a certificate. The degree was presented posthumously Wednesday to Herbert R. Damisch, formerly chief of agricultural education in Illinois. Graves Recognized M. Larry Graves of Yates City, a .nember of the Williamsfield High School FFA Chapter, was among 16 Illinois FFA members who received the coveted Ameri- GRAND MARATHON SKATING PARTY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Special Games - Races and Prizes Snack Bar Will Be Open All Day. Admission $1.00 Skate Rental 30c GRAND ROLLER RINK GRAND AND KNOX 342-3812 FOR econtfny-mfncM TRAVELERS in Chicago CLARK STREET at JACKSON BLVD. /" C H I C A C O Famous for Good Food Write for Folder No. 2 FRIDAY SPECIAL! Catfish $|75 Dinner I Serving 11 a.m. 'til 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. 'til 10 p.m. CATERING HOURS t Private Partial a Meeting* 9 A.M. 'til 6 P.M. Phone 342-2151 can Farmer degree Wednesday. Harold R. Davis of Canton also received the degree. The degree, the highest achievement degree in the FFA, is given by the national FFA co one in about 1,000 members. Each degree winner receives a gold key and certificate from the FFA and, if he attends the convention, a check from the Future Farmers of America Foundation to help pay his travel expenses. An American Farmer must have earned at least $1,000 from his supervised farming program started while taking vocational- agriculture in high school. Candidates for the degree must show outstanding scholarship, cooperation, thrift and leadership abilities through participation in FFA, school and community activities. Cite Williamsfield Williamsfield was among three Illinois chapters to earn Gold Emblem awards at today's convention session. The other two were Champaign and Paxton. Sycamore won the Silver Emblem award. These Illinois FFA chapters won the awards because of their outstanding activity records during the 1962-63 school year. Each winning chapter received a special plaque, or, if they had received a plaque in former years, a spur to attach to the plaque. Plan for Holidays CAMBRIDGE — The Woman's Society of Christian Service held a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Cambridge Methodist Church Monday, with the Mary Martha Circle serving the luncheon to 62 members and guests. Announcements were made that the holiday bazaar will be Nov. 2 at 9:30 a.m. at the Cambridge Methodist Church. The Caspian Sea's 143,550 square miles makes it the largest lake on earth. RIB SHACK North on Route ISO Ribs, Beef. Chicken. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Piwa, Sand- wichee. Air Conditioned For carry out eervlce Call 342-2413 Open Dally at S P.M. FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:30 to I A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. new ••mat* •tttUMM Prion* Bushnell 519 Ministerial Group Charts Program at Bushnell Meet BUSHNELL—Programs for the current month and in November were organized at a meeting of the Bushnell Ministerial Association Tuesday at the Assembly of God Church. One project concerns the Traveler's Aid Fund which will begin operation in the near future. ~ Rev. A. M. Bruce of the First Baptist Church in Canton will be the guest speaker at the union Thanksgiving service Nov. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the First Methodist Church in Bushnell. Joint communion services will be held at the nursing homes at Christmas and Good Friday. Plan Fund Drive Another program developed at the session was in interest of the UNICEF drive Oct. 30. Children of the community were invited to participate in this program by registering at the "Witch Wagon" Oct. 30 at 5:30 p.m. in front of the fire station preparatory to a parade at 6 p.m. from the West Side Park to the East Side Park. Costume categories, judging and prizes are in charge of the elementary PTAs. After the parade, children will be divided into four groups to canvass the community for donations to UNICEF. Each participating church will be in charge of the canvass in its respective area of the city and will furnish supervisors and drivers. Canvassers will turn in donations collected at the Recreation Center, where a party will conclude the program. Class Convenes The Christian Links class of the Methodist Church met Tuesday at the home of Lurline Doner. Mrs. Doner gave the devotions and led the recreation. Cancer dressings were made. Refreshments were served by the committee, Ida Wallace, Dora Daniels, Etheleen Chaffee, Vera Dimmitt, Flo King and Lurline Doner. Report Fire Call A roof fire was extinguished about noon Wednesday at the home of Billie Barnes of Prairie City. A small amount of damage was reported. Plan for Holiday Thimble Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Eloise Jennings. The Thanksgiving party was discussed. It was reported that patterns for stuff toys had been sent to the Elms Nursing Home. Prizes won in games were by Pat Bivens, Mildred Winget and Jeanette Mitchell. A guest was Mrs. Ruth Heaton. Junior Club Meets Junior Woman's Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ann Haynes. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Haynes and her co-hostess, Mrs. Marjorie Wolf. Bridge was played, with prizes going to Mrs. Louise Shanklin and Mrs. Carol Carlson. Movie Calendar THURSDAY, OCT. 10 ORPHEOM: "20.000 Leagues Under the Sea," 1:50, 4:20 , 6:50 , 9:20. WEST: "Man With a Gun," 1:30, 450, 8:10; "God's Little Acre," 3:00, 6:20, 9:40. DRIVE IN: "Young Racers," 7:00; "The Mind Benders," 8:30. One complete showing nightly. Henry County Jury Weighs Land Issue CAMBRIDGE— Henry County jury was drawn Wednesday to hear a condemnation suit to determine just compensation and damages to land owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clifford of near Geneseo. The State of Illinois Division Highway Department is seeking a tract of land containing approximately 31 acres from the Clifford farm in the northwest part of Henry County for use of construction of Interstate Highway 80. After the jury was selected, members were taken to view the land in question. Hearing the case is Judge Conway Spanton in Henry County Court. The jurors hearing the case are Louise A. Wilson, Western; Robert Causemaker, Alba; Virginia Robinson and Lionel E. De- Vilder, Kewanee; Floyd W. Gra dert, Gloria Feldman, Lawrence G. Kleinau and Glenn R. John son, of Geneseo; Ruth K. Lau wagie, Atkinson; Grace R. Buell, Munson; Edna R. Jackson, Loraine, and LeRoy Nelson, Galva. Family From Japan to Visit In Cambridge CAMBRIDGE — The Lutheran Christian Women held a meeting in the Lutheran Church in Cambridge where announcement was made that Rev. Yukia Ishibashi and family of Japan will present the program at the general meeting of the units Oct. 17 in the parish house of the church. The meeting will open with a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. for the members, families and friends. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMlMtOMI Wtb*f IDAY Samuel M. Hall Jr.. MJN. West at Teresa A. Paradls, 1268 Jefferson MHton M. Stegall, Abingdon. Alden B. Harkness, Blmwood. VJrs. Elizabeth Ryan, Orlando, rla. Laurie Albert, 78 Division St. Mrs. Maelo Bahl, Abingdon. Linda A. Robinson, 1129 S. Chambers St. . . . Barbara J., Debbie A. and James A. Nash, 1129 S. Chambers St. David Moshier, St. Augustine. "arfy J. Morris, 120 Aliens Ave. rs. Linda Stlnson. 1719 W. Main St. Linda Utterback, 1338 Russell Ave. Mrs. Claudette Stegall, Gilson. Jane A. Albert, Monmouth. Fred Jones, 169 W. First St. Randy D. Peterson, Victoria. Janice L. Patterson. 1417 Grand Ave. , . JoAnn Patterson. 1417 Grand Ave. Mrs. Nellie W. Smith, 594 W. West St. Kenneth Lockwood, Mfctnmouth. Andy Morss, 959 E. Knox St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Henry A. Bennett, 938 W. Main St. Mrs. Margaret Bergfeld. 1658 Florence Ave. Mrs. Rosetta M. Davis, 849 W. Losey St. Deann Dillon, 190 S. Academy St. Mrs. Bonnie Jean Farrell, 1424 S. Seminary St. Robin Heatherly, 231 S. Pearl St. Ronald Kaser, DeLong. Mrs. Louis Laughlin. Keithsburg. Leslie M. Patterson, 998 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Robert Rutledge, 1336 Monroe St. Forrest Swise, Springfield. Theodore L. West, 277 Lincoln St. Mark S. Wiggins, Abingdon. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Kathleen Demoss, 909 Olive St. Mrs. Patsy A. McDowell Oneida. Mrs. Barbara A. Warner, 1558 E. Main St. Mrs. Jeanne E. Cary, 1013 Beecher Ave. Charles A. Bridger, Aledo. Mrs. Beulah F. Ross, 164 S. Academy St. David S. Agar, 1190 Family Ct. Mrs. Mary F. Kirkham, Roseville. Mrs. Sylvia I. Lindbeck, 1151 Dudley St. Gayle L. Reese, 1531 E. Losey St. Mrs. Myrtle R. Meeker, 139 N. Pleasant Ave. Mrs. Ruth M. Finley, 704 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Grace M. Johnson, 705 N. Kellogg St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Beatrice L. Peterson, New Windsor. Robert Linden Glascr, London Mills. Mrs. Birdie M. Bramlett, Abingdon. David W. Reese, 1531 E. Losey St. Miss Carolyn D. Mitchell, Oneida. Mrs, Bunnie Wong, 933 E. Main St. Gottfred E. Olson, Rio. Roy A. Dufford, 1690 Florence Ave. Deborah L. Key, 468 N. Broad St. Mrs. Madge L. Laird, Abingdon. David R. Armstrong, Cameron. Mrs. Patricia J. Snook, Windcrest Mrs. Dorothy L. Folger, 287 N. Academy St. Mrs. Anne M. Larson, 461 Phillipa St. Mrs. Darlene I. Mead, 1088 S. Pearl St. Harold W. Deutchman, South Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Rose A. Stockman and baby. 972 Ohio Ave. Miss Ada Lou Merritt, Eaton Rapid, Mich. GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Club Views Film Subject 1 Plans Book Review CAMBRIDGE — Mrs. Reba Bacon, Peoria, will present a book review at the first meeting of the Cambridge Woman's Club Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. in the Cambridge Library. Mrs. Charles Burrus will present the musical part of the program. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 different salads, 3 different mean, vegetables and relishes, fish en Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to I P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday Call 343-1440 413 N. Seminary Seating capacity US OVERNIGHT MAY MAKE IT TILL DEATH DO US PART I WHO ARE COMMON LAW WIVES? Playing The Grenadires Don't Miss This Exciting Group FRANK'S FALL FEATURE Fills* Mignon Dinner It's Always More Fun at . , , 2«o im Grand Ave. Phone 342-6411 GALVA—"Let's Catch a Rainbow," a film subject by the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. was the program presented before members of the LMI at a meeting Tuesday in the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Dwaine Peart served as narrator and Mrs. Walter Christianson as projectionist. Mrs. George Crozier reported or, the 15th District convention in Galesburg. Three new members were introduced, Mrs. Frances Sauerman, Mrs. W. E. Murnen and Mrs. Rudolph Benecke. Mrs. Gilbert Headley was introduced as a guest. The next activity meeting of the club will be Oct. 22, at which time a program on "Community Effort" will be presented. Mrs. William Almgren and Mrs. James White will serve as hostesses. Galva News Briefs The Lynn Busy Boys 4-H club held a wiener roast Wednesday at the home of Richard and John Conner. It was announced that the County Achievement Day will In Colombian cities, house num bers tell how many meters the building is from the corner, i SHOW TIME 7:30 CADI THEATRE CHKL KNOXVILLE »COLOR Adults 60c Children 25c be held Nov. 2, and an officers training school Oct. 28. The Galva Lions Club held a dinner session Wednesday evening in the LeClaire Hotel, followed by a theater party as guests of the Galva Theater management. V THEATRE Rt. 34 West • Open 6:30 - Show at 7 P.M. A LITTLE DEATH EACH DAY, A LOT OF LOVE EVERY HISHTl mYOum PATHEC0L0R MARK WILLIAM LUANA DAMON-CAMPBELL-ANDERS "A Dangerously Different Motion Picture" THE MIND BENDERS with DICK BOGARDE COMING SUNDAY ELVIS PRESLEY in ''Girls! iGirls! Girls!" OPEN 1:15 In ancient China, court officials were required to hold cloves in their mouths when addressing the emperor. WANTED-TRAINEES IBM KEYPUNCH DATA PROCESSING COMPUTER PROGRAMMING A • sn M- y . 'i 11 m -I I "t li if In • i 1 1 . i y. -1 i 1111 • 1 11 ' 1 11 i •. 1 11 i' 1 1 • -n-MIll -till.. ,ll -t .1 I'-U h. " I u I , I. - I • .1 I II I In- I 'm I -. i I ii ill 1 I 'i i i . i : i'/ i 1 1 I HI - 11 h I ' .i i n i in- ''. • ' 1 i "I : ii 1 1-1 I' ii i- u 1 1 h |' I i i I 1 ' • 11 | i ' i '. 11 |i • n I I .i • u I ill I n .11 p. i '. in. -1,1 |n.i i' Willi- Bex 144. % RagUtar-Mall TOMORROW DOORS OPEN 6 P.M. ENDS TONITE! "GOD'S LITTLE ACRE" and "MAN WITH A GUN" FRIDAY NIGHT from 6:30 P.M. SATURDAY and SUNDAY 1: 57„ A TRIPLE FEATURE TREAT !!! 2a PAT BOONE JAMES MASO ARLENE DIANE DAHL • BAKER CINEMASCOPE' COLOR by DE LUXE STEREOPHONIC SOUNO tCMTY HtlPUSS III MONSTROUS UACHIMCI MUM. li^,*, WOCAMEROIHMRY MURPHY msneimui \ MONSTER Features At: 1:50-4:20 6:50-9:20 The adventure written a hundred years before its time becomes a motion picture »,j y to be remembered forever! — EXTRA ADDED — WALT DISNEY COLOR SHORT ^ THE ART OF SKIING" "RASSIIN RAMPAGE" i

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