Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 11, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 11, 1963
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Go lesbu BUSHNELL. Hunt St, BuihntlL Phont Bushnell means that larger numbers of heavier weights will start show* ing up in the next three or (our weeks. If too many of these weights start arriving on the same day, we can expect to see the spread change and sharper price cuts result. We could see nog numbers pick up in some of tne areas that are affected by lack ot moisture and this could include more lights. Hog supplies are being influenced now by the present price of com and the unfavorable price of hogs. If prices of hogs keep working , downward, more hogs will keep moving to the markets and many hog raisers will reduce G A L V A RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St Phot* WE 2-2658 Bushnell Yards Cites Producers For Market Work BUSHNELL — In a market review for the week, the the number W1 w „ a W „, B Bushnell Stockyards farm service department pointed out ^ck to farroWi T hj s will have a producers for a good job of sorting their hogs for market, bearing on next year's prices as The summary follows: smaller numbers should help to Many of us expected to see hog receipts on the light improve the demand, side the past few weeks, as all farmers seem busy with weights. This has helped to keep ppA Convenes their field work. However, the weight spread favorable at there has been only one or mogt of the markets two days each week when Bush . art as ~- aux bow, Mrs. Donna We and Mrs. Linda Spangter. Guests were Mrs. Eleanor Morgan, Mrs. Linda Woblam, Mrs. Dorothy Chenoweth, Mrs. ttadyne Walters, Mrs. Marj Sammons, Mrs. Becky Hoffmlester, Mrs. Jfane McGrew and Mrs. Carol f f III "STw*- ™ ^ hy Mmwnary Class Scheduled Mrs. Doris Conrey of Macomb GALVA—A missionary school has been organized to start Oct. Decorating." 31 at 9 B m at the First Methodist Church in Galva. Rev. Harold ot « I Thrall will be the school instructor, according to the announcement Fire Damages Shelter | at a meeting of the church WSCS Thursday. A luncheon preceded the session. In other business, Mrs. R. E. Johnson, president, urged church women to join circles and share in money-making projects for the 7.30 p m< area meeting for Sun- church. Mrs. William Cochran, school leaders at Andover. chairman of the cheer committee, church women tn Assemble at Tuesday The Bushnell Fire Department answered a call about noon HOSPITAL NOTES St. Marv's ADMISSIONS f HtlMDAY Ozfcie Jones, Abtaygdcm. James Sickens, 671 W. Knox St. Orvalle DeJaynes, Abingdon. Judy Mills, 142 N. Arthur Ave. Bernard Hogan, 379 N. Broad St. Michelle Pringle, Herrnon. Mrs. Verla Snell, Abingdou. George Mobley. 67 S. Broad St. Mrs. Verla Snett, Abingdon. •ge Mobley. 67 S. Broad Mrs. Mollis Mosher, Maquon. Larry Mahnesmith, 2230 E. Main St. Cottage Mrs. Brenda K. Huddle, 127 M*fm MrV^Judlth A. Hall. 725 B. Brooks St Minnie A. McMaster'.Altona. Roland M. Black, 1719 W. Main St. Mrs. Florence M. Sprinkle, 1546 Williams St. ^ _ „ _ Mrs. Ava ft. Nelson, 735 N. Kellogg St Lynn D. Goad, 120 Highland Ave. ^Dominic Calderone, 115 Aliens g-l^an Threw 1M7 Spruce St Thursday to the Floyd Ridle farm *5ast of Bushnell, where a com rtheller, owned by Charles Morse of Prairie City, had caught fire. Damage was listed as $150 to the shelter. Bushnell News Briefs group. Mrs. Richard Lapan received an award for being a 1,000- int reader. ict LCVV meet a First Methodist Mr\ Ve Florence Newton. 1319 W. Losey St. _ Carol A. Lamb, 1172 Emery St Mrs. Deleah Wynkoop. Abingdon, ttae Heck, Rosevilie. Mrs. Willie B. Jones, Cameron. Joyce E. Darby, 717 Maple Ave. Benigno Orozco, 756 S. Academy St. Earl Underwood, 1003 Lincoln St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Morgan Turner, 678 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Paul Ray, Abingdon. Donald R. Pftedahl, 1710 Willard St DISMISSALS THURSDAY Melvin M. Matson, 526 Maple Ave. Sharon K. Johnson. Dahinda. Leslie L. Stegens, 435 S. Chambers St. „ ,„ Kirs. C. Joanne Wallace, 1935 Me-* Masters Ave. Mrs. Lauretta L. Nordstrom, Bishop Hill. Clyde E. Miller, Lake Bracken. Stanley J. Adams, Oneida. Mrs. Ethel C. Still, 1007 E. North St. Mrs. Mary Prendergast, Rochester, George W. Woods, Dahinda. The Methodist The Men ning above the previous week. spread between 180-pound and 280- pound butchers and some of This has kept prices fluctuating, smoo th light sows selling as little with the trend gradually woriring as 25 cents under the same weight lower. So far, the warm dry butcher hogs, weather hasn't encouraged the movement of too many under- MOOSE LODGE Dance Party M«mb«rt and Gu«tlt SATURDAY NITE Don Clots Dance Band Shape Bulk of Run Hogs in the 210 to 240-pound bracket made up the bulk of the run and this shows that hog raisers are doing a good job of sorting and keeping hogs topped off that are ready for market. Of course, there afe plentiful numbers of the lighter hogs that are purposely being held back to clean up the cornfields. This The West Unit of PTA met Wednesday at the school. Mrs. Eileen Lawson presented the pro* gram, on SRA reading and how it works with a reading machine. Refreshments were served by Mrs. William Ferguson, Mrs. Bill Heath, Mrs. Newt Howard, Mrs. James Walton and Mrs. James Haynes. SPECIAL! ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EAT 65c Chicken In the Basket Turtles — Shrimp Steaks — Chops Sandwiches Suburban The Burkei — Jack and Ethel RIB SHACK North on Hou!« 130 Ribi, B«*f, Chlcktn. Fried Chlcktn, Shrimp. Pln»# Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Dally at 3 P.M. clinic at Burlington. Classes were attended by Vonita Harmon and Ruth Taylor Monday. Churches Arrange Class Supports Choir | Service Schedules Mrs. Erma Briggs was hostess Wednesday to the Upstreamers Class of the Baptist Church, with Mrs. Hazel Kreps as co-hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs. Eloise Coats. Mrs. Josephine Connor, who conducted the meeting, reported that the class gave $25 toward the choir chairs and $5 to the Recreation Center. met Wednesday. The program was presented by Rev. Perry Bishop | by Mrs. W. E. Cardiff. The study of Avon. On Sunday, Isabelle Ferris, Bonnie Cadwalader, Doris Blivens, Verna Fay Irwin, Mary Norris, and Ruth Taylor attended a tri-state educational Kenneth Starns, pastor. Sunday school 10 ..„ e . a ,m, Worship 11 a.m., sermon, Mrs. Dale Collinson, accompanied „ A Honorable Soldier.*' Church Program consisted of music by Y # XVUUClt Hi» J—* LAUll, vuciLiiuiu, Hi' Mrs. Kenneth Moran, 1655 Meadow Mrs. Beverly A. Sornberger, Vic- Robert E. Dixon, Chatham, 111. book the Christian Woman in the Family and in the Community* * and "You Are Christ Called" was given by Mrs. Earle Nelson and Mrs. Dwaine Clark with music by Mrs. Leonard Smith. Dr. Sidney Lewis. Abingdon. Mrs. Leonard Donohue. 331 W. Losey St. Miss Ann Brown, Knox College. Mrs. Robert C. Houghton, 793 E. Main St. toria. Mrs. Donna C. West, Maquon, Mrs. Zorina .Tane Elliott, 528 W. Tompkins St. state convention opens tonight at d Aye 7:30 o clock at Richwoods Community High School, Peoria. Grace Methodist — Robert Farm Director Retires Holmes, pastor. Sunday 9 a.m. family worship, sermon, "Com-. . mitment Challenee." Church |™ in i. a Vet ? ra ? °i 45 J? 8 " in PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -Gene Churches Report Service Schedules Pastors of Galva churches have Pastors of Bushnell churches ^ an d other church affairs for Challenge." school 10 a.m. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. conference session. Thurs baseball, retired Thursday as farm director Commission Martin, who was succeeded by Movie Calendar FRIDAY, OCT. 11 ORPHEUM: "20.000 Leagues Under the Sea," 1:50, 4:20, 6:50, 9:20. WEST: "The Electronic Monster," 6:30 p. m.; "Journey to the Center of the Earth/' 7:40; "Tarzan the Magnificent," 10 p. m. DRIVE IN: "Young Racers/* 7:00; have announced Sunday service schedules and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: They m. and official board 7:30 p.m. Honored at Shower Miss Krisceda Core was honors at a miscellaneous shower Thurs- First Congregational — -John S. I dav in the home of Mrs Broeksmit First Methodist L. WANTED-TRAINEES IBM KEYPUNCH DATA PROCESSING COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 41 p;i \ MM 'IT t 1 1 M i i • . !>»*•!*• signal - I .i 1 1 1 - J ». • 11 - t ,i tiu <' r t w * • - k - I * ;i I n I L (l 1 a < I , i I M • i t | -*i : ,i | ' 1 a -. \ .» - li:i'Ii!ll[ r \ i IM | " • • I ' ; I ' ' ! ' ' 1 ' til 1 1 in r i p a \ 'Mi fit p l.i ? 1 W I "t 1 , iilt !-i(iini' t 'li ' a ' ' ; n 1 1»» 1 ' a)M 1 1 u | '* i :, i | • i'i! \ . • J h h MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" Iff yoo want good music "we got It." Everett's Tap WAT AG A FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again [WE PRAIRIE PARTNER* DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:3t to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct toloratod EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-In Window Group Lists Guests Mothers Study Group met Wednesday at the Clair Curtis home, with Mrs. Margo Speer and Mrs. Carolyn Curtis as hostesses. The president, Shirley Paul, welcomed two new mem- — Henry Cox, pastor. Church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m., sermon, "The Word to Be Preached." Monday 8 p.m. commission on education. will y Scout pancake supper be held Oct. 19 at 5 p.m. in church basement. First Christian — Sunday worship and communion 10 a.m. Bible school 11 a.m. Worship 7:30 Bible study and study 7:30 prayer Work at EDELSTEIN SAT., OCT. 12 in IhjBiUjoom Billy Williams "Rocking" Ram Rods In tho Whtel Room $1.25 boforo 9 — $1.50 alter f Siudonti $1.00 Sun., Oct. 13 — 6 P.M. Danco Instruction CUIMI* p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. church Tuesday and Thursday evenings. First United Presbyterian— Sunday church school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. Trustees meet Monday 7:30 p.m. and Women's League Thursday 1:30 p.m. Laymen's Sunday is set for Oct. 20. Baptist Harry Litzen- DANCE CHRISTENSON at Powell Nit«, Oct and HX8 BAND Pavillion DAYS ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD This havo fun good band. Coma and school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m., sermon, "Marriage and the Family. ' • Central West Association 106th annual meet Sunday 3 p.m. in Edelstein. First Methodist — Richard C. Brownfield, pastor. Sunday worship services 8:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Training for every family visitation 2 p.m. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. pastor's study class. St John 's Catholic — Gerard A. Verhoye, pastor. Sunday Masses 7 and 8:30 a.m. first, third and fifth Sundays; Masses 7 and 10:15 a.m. second and fourth Sundays. Assembly of God — A. O. Blue, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. CA service 6 p. m. Service 7 p.m. Thursday 2 p. m. Women's Missionary Council; Cottage prayer meeting 7 p.m. Foursquare — Allan Mason, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. teachers Thursday 7:30 p.m. prayer and Bible study. Messiah Lutheran—D. V. Charlson, pastor. Sunday school 9:3fl a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Monday Rapier, with Mrs. Leila Hampton as co-hostess. Guests were present from Galva, Altona and Ke- Clay Dennis Jr., his administrative assistant, will remain with the club as a specialized scout. wanee. Miss Core will become the bride of Jerry Murdock of Oneida Dec. 7. "The Mind Benders," 8:30. complete showing nightly. READ One plannint YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY 5 TO BE MARRIED WHO ARE COMMON LAW WIVES? «B1 V E -|# THEATRE TONIGHT ONLY! 4 LITTLE DEATH EACH DAY... A LOT OF y **** DOORS OPEN 6 P.M. OPEN 1:15 DOORS OPEN 6 P.M. Continuous Tonite from 6:30 P.M SATURDAY and SUNDAY TRIPLE FEATURE TREAT!!! From 1:15 P.M. i THE YQWm Saturday Oct. 12 JIM Music by BAINBRIDGE ON SUNDAY 10 different MUdi, 3 different meats, vegetables and reltihes, flih on Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to • P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday Call 343-9440 413 N. Seminary Seating capacity 123 DRIVE-IN - • DRIVE OUT GLASNOVICH TAVERN, INC. 714 South Henderson St Members KITCHEN Mr STEAKS CHOPS SEAFOODS CLUB AMERICAN LEGION HOME 571 E. North St. Galesburg, III A great big hit in LESBURG the new Double size Double value CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE It's the same big, complete Sunday newspaper sold in Chicago—10 or more great sections including America's finest TV WEEK MAGAZINE the entire week'* program listings for every TV at at ion your »et can reaeh! NO INCREASE IN PRICE, To reserve your copy, phone GALESBURG NIWS AGENCY EAST SIMMONS STREET PHONE 343-5214 North of Galtsburg oa W«tag« Rd. SERVING DINNERS NIGHTLY SUiks, Chlck«n, S«a Food iPECIAL FRIDAY NITE CATFISH PLATE - $1 Featuring Organ Music Wad., Fri., Sat. Nltai HOMER fc RUBY WALKER* Owntri Phona 343-9573 DELIVERY Over $1.00 Chicken Fiesta 1244 Mulberry Phone 343-6915 Chicken Mon. thru Fri. 89c Sat. & Sunday - 79c RIB SPECIAL $1.00 SAT. & SUN. ONLY berg, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m., sermon, "The Pearl of Great Price." Business and Professional Women's Club and Grandmothers Club to attend worship in groups Sunday. Service 7:30 p.m., laymen speakers are Lyman Avery, David Fowler and William Trout. Prayer meeting Tuesday 6 a.m. at Glen Oakman home. Prayer meeting and Bible study Friday 7:30 4 ClNKMAScOpeCOLOR by DE LUXE M NtW, PAT BOONE JAMES MASO ARL E Nf DIANE DAHL * BAKER STEREOPHONIC SOU NO bsautv newest in monstrous mcw/tei : * : n« v CAMERON-MARY MURPHV PATHEC0L0R STARRING MARK WILLIAM LUANA DAMON • CAMPBELL'ANDERS ituiimiii COLOR "A Dangerously Different Motion Picture" THE MIND MONSTER A Columbi* ftcturtt RtltaM with DICK BOGARDE NOW Features At: 1:50-4:20 6:50 • 9:20 h A M * I- * * '. 'jry.fX*»Vi*rV.AJ> *tat',VlW^ + * I 4 # * 4 * I h f y A ;v:-.: 4 T h - - p J • L 1 4 ri ¥ • I 1- - The adventure written a hundred years •PV* 111.* "Galesburg 'i Leading Fraternity" G SATURDAY, OCT, 12 River 100 at 11 25+ Louise Mollis serving best of food. 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