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DEATHS AND FUNERALS REV. LEO ft* SMITH ROME (UPI) - Services will be held Tuesday for the Most Rev. Leo It. Smith, bishop of the Ogdensburg, N. Y., Roman Catholic diocese who died Wednesday of a heart attack while attending the Ecumenical Council at the Vatican. GEN. HENRY W. BAIRD (Ret.) MIAMI (UPI) - Funeral services will be held here today for Maj. Gen. Henry W. Baird (ret.), a former Indian fighter who became an early exponent of tank warfare. Baird, who died Wednesday, wiH be buried in Arlington National Cemetery. FRANK T. COOKE WICHITA, Kan. (UPI) - Funeral services will be held here Saturday for Frank T. Cooke, 65, brother-in-law of Thomas R. Curran, vice president in charge of United Press International in Europe. Cooke died in a Wichita hospital Wednesday night of injuries received in an auto accident last Friday near his home. Methodist Church and the Farmington Masonic Lodge* Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p. m. in Andrie and Creps Funeral Home, Eldora, Iowa. Visitation will be Saturday evening, and burial will be in Steamboat Rock Cemetery in Eldora. Visitation also will be held at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmjngton, this evening. Farmington Masonic Lodge will conduct rites in the home at 8 o'clock. INFANT JONES Charles Homer, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie B. Jones of Cameron Route 1, died today at 4 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where he was born at 2 a.m. Besides the parents he leaves three sisters, Linda, Patty and Vicky, and two brothers, Billy and Rickey. The Wiggins Funeral Home at Abingdon is in charge of service arrangements. H« (fled In 1M1. Mfi. Kite ms a member of the First Baptist Church, Violet Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star and Women's Auxiliary to the, Ordef of Railroad Conductors. Mrs. Mile's Oalesburg residence was at 457 E. Second St. A son, three sisters and two brothers also preceded her in death. SAMUEL FINLEY MORSE MIDDLEGROVE—Samuel Finley Morse, 71, of Middlegrove died Thursday morning in Graham Hospital, Canton, where he had been a patient two days. He was born in Sergent, Neb., Dec. 2, 1891. On July 3. 1933, he was married to Louise Sharpshair in Blue Earth, Minn. He is survived by his widow; one son, James of Broomall, Pa., one daughter, Mrs. Mary Sparks of Phoenix, Ariz.; seven grandchildren; two brothers, Ben of Seattle, Wash., Walter of Thermopolis, Wyo., and four sisters, Mrs. Josephine Grint of Sergent, Neb., and Mrs. Lucy Mudd, Mrs. Georgia Dyer and Mrs. Sara Wig- ginhorn, all of North Hollywood, Calif. One son preceded him in death. Mi% Morse was agent-telegrapher for 28 years for the M& St.L Railroad in Middlegrove. He was a member of the Hanna City Monuments and Mausoleums NcFALL MONUMENTS Wisconsin Ruby Red Phone 342-6512 1801 W. Main 8t Galesbnrg, III. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Mrs. Catherine Hile Marion, III. Formerly of Galesburg Funeral: 2 P.M. — SATURDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. Mrs. Myrtle R. Meeker 139 N. Pleasant Ave. Funeral: 1:30 P.M. - SATURDAY FIRST & PUCKETT CHAPEL. REV. W. F. LIPPERT, COMMITTAL: PLEASANT VIEW CEMETERY, KEWANEE, ILL. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening. f 6 North ChamJ^r$ Si. GAIESBURS, ILLINOIS HERBERT WILLIAMSON TRIVOLI — Herbert Williamson, 82, died Wednesday night at his home in Trivoli. Mr. Williamson was born in Trivoli Township April 8, 1881. He was married to Nancy Franks Sept. 28, 1918, in Malad City, Idaho. Surving are his widow; one daughter, Mrs. Nancy Boyer of Trivoli, and one son, Herbert D. of Brimfield; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one brother, Len of Trivoli, and one sister, Mrs. Mildred Hatfield of Seattle, Wash. A daughter, a brother and a sister preceded him in death. Mr. Williamson was for 19 years a Peoria County highway maintenance man. He was a member of the Operating Engineers Union and the Modern Woodmen of America. Funeral services will be Sunday at 1:30 p.m. in the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington. Burial will be in the Trivoli Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home Saturday at 4 p.m. BRUCE B. KELLEY Funeral services for Bruce B. Kelley, 75, of 813 E. North St., who died Wednesday, were conducted at 10:30 a.m. today at First Baptist Church chapel by Rev. Malcolm G. Shotwell. Burial was at Linwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edwin Lantz, Wayne Tryon, Robert Page, Willard Page, George Grindle and David Carlson. Mrs. Roy H. Pearson Jr. was organist. EDWARD RADMACKER BIGGSVILLE — Funeral services for Edward Radmacker, 79, who died Oct. 8, were held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Sederwall Funeral Chapel. Rev. R. P. Liston, pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, officiated, and Mrs. Marshall Gibb was pianist. Burial was in the Oquawka Cemetery. Pallbearers were D. Dawdy, John Dawdy, Seth Richmond, John Meyers and George Vorhees. TOM W. MATHEWS KNOXVILLE—Funeral services for Tom W. Mathews, 71. of 527 E. South St., KnoxviJle, who died Monday, were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Knoxville Methodist Church, Rev. Miles Jackson officiating. Mrs. White was vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Weldon Struss, organist. Military honors were accorded at the graveside in the Haynes Cemetery by the ceremonial squad of Harry W. Philblad Post of American Legion. Mr. Mathews was a veteran of World War I. Max Mathers was commander of the squad composed of Mel Sayrs, Myron McCoy, William Goudie, Rollin Eckman, Wayne Rosene, Robert Gustafson, Hans Thompson and Harold Carlson Taps were sounded by Larry Stanton and Rollin Eckman Jr. Colorguards were Jerry Steck, | Clyde Sherman, William Parker and S. B. Davis. Stanley Baker, post commander, and Austin Courter, folded the flag. Rev Howard Bailey as post chaplain, also officiated. Pallbearers were Howard Houk Roy Myers, Harry Haynes, Don Chapman, Steve Courter and Ralph Carlson. MRS. CATHERINE HILE Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Hile, 79, of Marion, Route 2, formerly of Galesburg will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. here in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Hile died Wednesday at 10:40 p.m. in the Creal Springs Nursing Home at Marion, where she was a patient a week. She had resided the past year near Marion with a niece, Mrs. Ben nie (Ruth) Sanders. The former Catherine Holden was born May 3, 1884, at Cur wensville, Pa., where she was married to Don G. Hile in 1901 INFANT SOUTHER ROSEVILLE — Ronda Ellen, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Souther, was born dead Thursday at 11:32 p.m. in Monmouth Hospital. Besides the parents, she leaves two brothers Roe and Roby and sister Reta. Graveside services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Benton Green Cemetery near Osceola, Mo. Death Claims Engineering Firm Partner Loin's S. Pappimeier, 66, of Galesburg Route 2, died Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Cottage Hospital, where he had been a heart patient since Monday. A civil engineer for 44 years, Mr. Pappmeier was associated with his son, J. Harold Pappmeier, in the Pappmeier Engineering Co. He was born Aug. 3, 1897, at Litchfield and had lived in Galesburg since 1945. He was graduated from the University of Illinois in 1919. He was a member of Masonic orders including the Peoria Consistory and Mohammed Shrine, and the Galesburg Rotary Club. Mr. Pappmeier was married at Hillsboro March 15, 1922, to Mary K. Miller, who survives with the son, at home; another son, William M. of Erlanger, Ky.; two daughters, Mrs. J. R. Kent of Kansas City, Co. and Mrs. Homer Childress of Abilene, Tex.; two brothers, J. Frederick and Waldron, both of North Hollywood, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Arthur Heath of Litchfield, . and nine grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, and committal services will be conducted at the Hillsboro Mausoleum. There will be no visitation. Members of the family said memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. Solon Claims Gambling Tab $5.6 BiUion WASHINGTON (AP) - Illegal gambling in Illinois is a $5.6 billion a year business which feeds more than $500 million into the treasuries of the gambling syndicates, says Rep. Paul A. Fino, R-N.Y. Fino's remarks Thursday were in another of a series of statements he has issued in art effort to win support for his bill to create a national lottery. Pari-mutuel betting in Illinois last year totaled $343 million, he said, but added that "gambling is like an iceberg; the part above the surface is only a tiny part of the whole action." Fino said off-track betting on horse races in Illinois last year probably totaled an "amazing $2.8 billion" and that this is only half of all the illegal gambling in the state. Fino said he based his figures on testimony received by the Senate investigations subcommittee headed by Sen. John L. McClel lan, D-Ark. Golesburg Register-Moi I, Gqlesburg, Friday, Oct 11, 1963 19 CHARLES BOLLMAN GLADSTONE - Charles Bollman, 80, died Thursday at 3 p.m. in Mercy Hospital, Burlington, where he had been 10 weeks. He was born in Warren County Dec. 25, 1882. He never was mar ried. Mr. BoUman was manager for 25 years of the old electric light plant in Oquawka and was a former resident of Gladstone. In recent years, he had lived with his brother Fred in Smithshire. Surviving are three brothers, Fred of Smithshire, Henry of Biggsville and Robert of Gladstone, and four sisters, Mrs. Eliz abeth Tubbs, Oquawka, Mrs Mary Baldwin, Biggsville, Mrs Mable Prose, Ottumwa, Iowa, and Miss Jessie Bollman, Smithshire Mr. Bollman was a member of the Oquawka Masonic Lodge for nearly 50 years. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Sederwall Chapel in Biggsville. Rev. R. P Liston of the United Presbyterian Church in Biggsville will officiate. Visitation will be at the Sederwall Chapel from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m Saturday. Burial will be in Green Mound Cemetery in Keithsburg. HAROLD PITTARD Harold Pittard, 58, of 4609 Den nis Blvd., Wichita Falls, Tex., died unexpectedly Thursday of a heart attack. He was born July 19, 1905, at Alexis a son of the late James and Rose Ann Pittard. Mr. Pittard received his education in the Alexis schools and was graduated from Alexis High School, in 1924. He was married to Ethel Zellman Jan. 7, 1933, and she died Sept. 28 of this year. He is survived by a daughter Eileen at home; a brother Arthur of Holland, Mich., and two sisters, Mrs. Alice Radcliff and Mrs. Anastasia Lee, both of Galesburg. Funeral and burial services will be held in Wichita Falls. PrOCeSSOr- ^ontinued from page 2) 3 Draw Fines Totaling $650 In County Court Three men were fined a total of $650 this morning in Knox County Court, and one of them was also sentenced to the county jail. Richard Traff, 22, 1418 Maple Ave., and Allen Faust, 25, 1343 Jefferson St., pleaded guilty to separate driving while intoxicated charges. Judge Daniel J. Roberts levied a $300 fine on both men, ordered them to pay costs and to surrender their drivers licenses. The usual procedure is to allow the men to drive without having a license in their possession until the state notifies them of suspension or revocation. Judge Roberts noted that the two men had been drag racing be tween Seminary Street and the Public Square on Main Street Saturday at 1:30 a.m. Ronald Mathers, 26, 160 Blaine Ave., withdrew a plea of not guilty to resisting arrest and ob structing a peace officer, and then pleaded guilty to the charge Judge Roberts sentenced Mathers to one week in the county jail and ordered the defendant to pay a $50 fine and costs. To Be Open for Star Gazing Knox College observatory will be open to the public each Tuesday and Thursday evening from 8 to 9:30 p.m., when skies are clear, starting Oct. 15. Dr. Herbert Priestley, chairman of the college physics department, said science students will be on hand to aid star gazers. Students in charge the opening night will be sophomores Herbert F. Hintz of Chillicothe and Keith Davis of Wheaton. Groups and organizations may make special arrangements for time in the observatory by calling the physics department, Priestly said. though the crews are working at top speed, the shipments have been piling up. The Galesburg plant attempts to build up its inventory during the bean harvesting season, which runs from mid-September through October. After the season ends, the suppliers hold onto the crop until a good price is reached. Albert said there is some danger the local plant may lose some shipments of beans in the future, He based this on the fact that if sellers cannot send their grain to Galesburg when they desire to do so, they may find other termi nals. Legislators' Help Sought The two Illinois senators, Paul Douglas (D) and Everett M. Dirksen (R), and Rep. Robert T. McLoskey (R-Ill.) have been contacted by the local firm to try to get the embargo repealed. Although there was some talk of a telegram sent to President John F. Kennedy, Albert said he knew nothing of this. "We want no interference in our business. This embargo is unjustified, and restrictions are put on us although it is the railroads' fault there is a shortage of cars because they are under- equipped," he said. Albert also said he heard that some 500 empty cars were sitting idle in Kansas City, Mo., awaiting loading in the wheat sale to Iron Curtain countries. The embargo ordered by the ICC did not hit Galesburg alone. Shipments of soybeans were also halted to Portland and Astoria, Ore., Kalama, Longview, Vancouver, Tacoma and Seattle, Wash. This embargo to these cities included all bulk grain. Knox Alumnus Revamps Church Worship Service Wade E. Arnold of the Knox College Class of 1928 and assistant to the president of Knox from 1937 to 1942, is credited by the New York Times with leadership in a new pattern for worship within the Broadway Congregational Church in New York. Arnold is a free lance writer. Attempting to restore the "internal logic" of ritual and eliminate "incongruous elements" from the traditional order, Arnold's committee shifted the sequence of service, producing, as a drama, a movement toward a climax. Birth Record Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. David L. Huddle, 127 Maple Ave., a boy Thursday at 6:43 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. William V. Riley, 348 N. Cedar St., a boy today at 7:44 a.m. H INCH LI FF a PEARSON FUNERAL HOME**/CHAPEL 387 N. Broad Phone 343 -2101 MR. LOUIS S. PAPPMEIER - Route 2, Galesburg. Services 10 A.M. Monday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund. ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Sales of Bonds Are Increasing ForNursingHome ABINGDON.— According to an announcement by Rev. J. H. Cusic, sale of $60,000 worth of bonds was completed Wednedsay evening on behalf of Abingdon's new nursing home. Ground-breaking date will be announced next week and general contractor named for the $460,000 project, erection of which will be along Berwick Road near Abingdon playground. In addition to purchase of bonds, through efforts of Abingdon Chamber of Commerce, $12,500 was donated by local citizens. Finances have been arranged by Assembly Homes, Inc., of Illinois. The building will have a 76-bed capacity, modern in every detail and constructed for use of the elderly from' all denomina­ tions. Richard F. Zejklik and Harmala, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn., will serve as architects. Jobs in all areas will be subcontracted and plans are to employ as much local labor as possible in the building process. CliMtfiid Advertising LOCAL CASH RATI! effective April l. 1963 Word* »-d«y» «-dayt l-daj 1»M I S.M i I.M | IM ai-u | MM | • 88 M-30 4JV t MO 1J7 31-38 | 8.10 | 3.3» 1.81 38-40 I 6.88 ! 3.87 8.07 41-18 | 8.86 ,!, 4.38 in 48-80 7J8 4.84 1.86 ******^ ** rmw _aw* nun « *u* (Mapiita Mailed Out-of-town) Card ot fhanka In Memorlama Lodge Notice* } l-inch or 89.00 DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. la Memorlama WALLACE, Herbert E. — In loving memory of our husband and father who passed away 1 year ago today, October 11, 1962. The garment of his soul has passed away, The shining spirit and the love light stay; The echo of his voice, his eyes, his smile, Just as they were, are with us all the while. Mrs. Ruth Wallace, Karen Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. James Lawson & Danny. Lodge Notice! ILLINOIS COUNCIL NO. 1 R. & S. M. < Knoxville, HI. Reservations for the Grand Masters Banquet and Reception,.Saturday, October 19, 1963 at the Galesburg First Methodist Church must be in the hands of the Recorder by October 15. Tickets $2.50 per plate. Reservations must be accompanied by check. Admission by reservation only. Greet our own Glyn C. Stewart as Most Illustrious Grand Master. , Knoxville, 111. C. H. Toothe, Recorder. Other Noticea ON AND AFTER this date, October 11, 1963, I will not be responsible • for any debts contracted by any other than myself. Clell Edward Simpson, 206 E. Snyder St. Abingdon/ 111. Interview Reviewed For Delphian Club Miss Ruth Bradway opened Tuesday afternoon Delphian Club meeting by reading an interview Lost and Found— 1 PRESCRIPTION sun glasses lost in a downtown store Tuesday, Oct. 8. Call 484-6221, Altona, Collect; GLASSES Lost — Pair of gold rim bi-focals, in black case, vicinity of West North and Highland. Finder please return to 179 Highland after 5. GONE FOR GOOD? Not If you quickly place a LOST AD. Phone 342-5161. Bnsinesa Service—2 LAWN BUILDING Now is the time to do SOMETHING about your lawn. Grading — Seeding — Sodding — Whiterock E. J. MARTIN—342-0521 RUBBISH REMOVAL "Double your trash back If not satisfied." Celebrating 15 years of service to Galesburg residents. Call City wide Rubbish Removal. 342-1134. SEARS Services all Sears Appliances. Phone 342-5141. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products. Gas St oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates. 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Public Square. 343-6535. Nlte 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS call Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. 343-6813 Business Service—*, - NELSON'S Bryant gas furnace and burners. Used stokers, gutter work. 135 N. Seminary. 343-231B. MUSIC - stringed instrument re- palr. Also will buy old guitars, banjos and mandolins. L. A. Ir- wln. Bushnell. 111. Ph. 399K. Transportation—3 WANTED: ride to Moline for second shift at John Deere Plow Company plant. Call 3423368. _ , Personal-Special Notice—4 BE SURE to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at 16 Public Square. Bargains in clothing, appliances and furniture AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or selling, call 342-0360, 342-1622. Male Help Wanted— 5 MAN to service route tn Knox County area. Home every night, 22 through 35, married. |118 weekly. Phone: 343-9342. NEED HELP? Find the best through a wider choice. Phone 342-5161 to place your WANT AD MAN wanted for year round farm work. Modern home. Phone Farmington 245-2513. SHOE Salesman Wanted — Experience preferred. Age 21 to 35. Opportunity for advancement for neat and reliable person. Paid vacation and insurance. Father & Sons Shoe Store, 336 E, Main, Galesburg. PART TIME Job on farm, corn picking, etc., wanted by man on Social Security. Write Box 850, % Register-Mail. Growth Company Osborne - Kemper - Thomas Inc. an affiliate of Hallmark cards, offers an excellent opportunity for full time career salesmen, in selling advertising and sales promotion. Limited travel . . . selling business executives in Central 111. Under new management offering outstanding sales positions for experienced salesmen, future management positions for those who qualify. Call W. E. Metcalfe, District Manager for personal interview at the Holiday Inn Motel, East Peoria, between 3:30 and 6 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 15. Personal interviews by appointment on Oct. 16; SALES representative for nationally known fertilizer company. Young man with farm background and degree in soils or related field preferred. Salary, company automobile, Incentive bonus, group insurance and retirement plan. Write Box 851, care Register-Mail. TRUCKERS with tractors and tractor-trailer to run our expanding system. Year around work. Contact Hal Cisco, 922 Avenue A., Galesburg, 111. 309343-1139. WANTED: Man for year round farm work. Must be experienced. Modern house. Top wages. Write Box 858, % Register-Mail. $120 Weekly Guarantee Guaranteed $120 minimum per week while training to take over route job in Knox County area. Must be married 21-36, high scchool education necessary, college preferred. Apply Mr. Stevens, TraveLodge, Tuesday, October 15 at 7 p.m. ASSISTANT manager wanted at Five Minute Car Wash, 1585 N. Henderson. Apply in person Saturday A.M., October 12. EARN extra money for Christmas up to $50 per week until the end of the year. Apply Mr. Carter at TraveLodge Motel, Tuesday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. Leads - Leads - Leads We need specialty salesmen, to run one of the best lead programs there is. Work by appointment only. Call 343-8319 between 10 and 12 Saturday eve- tween 10 and 12 Saturday morni ing. Milt Help LAID OFF? 7 7 National epneern hfti twit* opening for r*trtied mail over 21, who is neat, honest and d«* pendable. $11? weekly fUafahtt* to man who qualifies. Writ* Box ,819,. car* Register-Mall, Will Hire 4 Men With mechanical, farming or salesman experience to work with our maintenance equipment. If you are looking to advance in yoUr average work, see Mr Burns between 16 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday Oct. 14 at the Motel Siesta, Canton, 111. ATTENTION clerks, salaried employees and assistant managers. If you are unhappy with your present salary or your earnings are too low, and are wondering how you might increase your earnings, call 342* 2185 or write Box 854, % Register-Mail. All replies and calls strictly confidential. Success - Security - Satisfaction Which of these do you Consider most important in a job or business? Even if your present work gives you some of all three, it will pay you to hear what my company has to offer. It has been in business over 75 years and is still growing. The man chosen will be trained in his own protected territory In this area. I can tell you enough about it in a few minutes for you to decide if you wish to be considered, provided you can qualify. Write Box 855 % Register- Mail. $95 Weekly Guarantee $95 week to start, $5 raise a week for next three weeks for route job. Must be married and have high school education. Apply Mr. Clark, TraveLodge, Tuesday, October 15, at 8 p.m. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN Wanted for assistant manager of local men's clothing store. Steady job, excellent salary. State experience. Write Box 357, care Register-Mail. LOOK HERE Town and Country food company has given me the go sign I need several men of good character, 25 to 50 years of age, married, and high school education. No experience necessary. We train you at company expense. Many fringe benefits, including new car if you qualify. We are expanding and men are needed for management. For confidential interview contact Mr. Watt at 2140 Grand Ave., Galesburg, 8:30 to 12 noon or call 342-1317 during the same hours for special appointment ROUTE Salesman — Age 25 to 45, married, steady work, no layoff Good opportunity. Apply in person. The Knox Laundry. 332 E. Ferris St. FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT, Year after year without lay off. Assured minimum earnings each year plus additional earnings based upon individual effort and the use of your own abilities. Previous experience not a requirement. Earn while you learn. Unusual employment benefits. 21 to 35, married. Apply 260 W. Main, 5 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. PROGRESSIVE, well established firm is seeking an outstanding young man, over 21, with solid background, for an unexcelled career opportunity. Man selected must be able to supervise men, express himself, and be willing to devote 40 hours or more weekly to his work. Ten year retirement possible with five figure return annually. Position offers major responsibility and excellent growth opportunity. Send resume to: Director, Box 4, Monmouth, Illinois. STOP And ask yourself this question, where will I be, and what will I be doing 5 years from today, if I continue what I am doing now. We have 3 sales positions to fill in the Galesburg area, that can lead into management. In 3 to 6 months you can make up to $150 a week, while training. If you are over 21, neat and personable come to 2140 Grand Ave., middle office Saturday morning between 10:30 and 12. MAN WANTED 18 to 24. Personable, industrious, physical fit. Man will be trained for a job as crewman at McDonald's, 1072 N. Henderson St. No previous experience required. Apply between 9 and 11:30 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. or 8 to 9:30 p.m. ACCOUNTING GRADUATE Some experience preferred. All books of account for a national feed manufacturer. Excellent conditions and fringe benefits. Send resume or call Mr. Scott, for interview. Allied Mills, 7501 S. Adams. Peoria. 637-7771. Female Help Wanted—6 A COUPLE or housekeeper wanted to live In and keep house for man living in country. A good opportunity for couDle looking for rent free living. Home modern, Time off. Write Box 829. % Register-Mail. (Continued on page 20) of Mrs. Anis Murza, Pakistan editor, broadcaster and housewife, who visited Chicago on recent tour of the United States. Genevieve Maher of Chicago Tribune wrote that Mrs. Murza from Karachi advocated a return to the simple life in view of the fact industrialization is apparently failing to fulfill human needs. Miss Ruth Robinson presented Mrs. Gladys Campbell, who reviewed the book by Gladys Tabor, "Still Meadow Road." Mrs. Tabor, daughter of a mining engineer and born in Colorado Springs, Colo., lived in several states and spent her childhood in Mexico. For more than 20 years the author lived in her 1690 farmhouse in Connecticut and commuted to New York part of the time to teach creative writing at Columbia University. Mrs. Tabor, in writing the book, shares a full year of her adventures in country living interspersed with reminiscences, recipes and homespun philosophy with which she met anxieties of the age. She pointed out some people were collectors and do not know it — they collect grudges, self pity, envy and jealousy. The author continued to state, "It is best to be sure to collect valuable intangibles which will enrich a small portion of eternity which is our time." 10:45 a.m.; Rev. Thedore Hargreaves of Yates City to speak on "Greatest Thing in the World." Pilgrim Fellowship Sunday 7:45 p.m. First Christian — Donald T. Hogan, pastor. Sunday church school 9:45 a.m. Worship and communion 10:50 a.m. Sunday 7 p.m. first session of course for all ages on "Use and Understanding of the Bible." "The Bible and You" will be used, but a textbook is not required for those who plan to attend the course. Christian Youth Fellowship meets Thursday 7 p.m. First Methodist — Francis W. Samuelson, pastor. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Church services 10:45 a.m. Commission on membership and evangelism visiting teams of two members meet Tuesday 7 p.m. Church school of missions slated Oct. 20 and 27 and Nov. 3 and 10 6:30 p.m. Abingdon News Briefs Mrs. George Anderson, in her home Wednesday morning, entertained a group of neighborhood friends at a coffee honoring Mrs. Clark Sells who is moving from the community. Mrs. Fred Cline presided at the silver service. Mrs. Sells was presented gifts from those present. Crusaders Sunday school class Abingdon Churches Arrange Schedules Ministers of Abingdon churches have announced Sunday services. They are: Congregational — Sunday church school 9:30 a.m. Worship Come You All BENEFIT SMORGASBORD Delicious Home Cooked Food All Purpose Room — Grade School SATURDAY, OCT. 19 5 to 8:00 P.M. Only $1.50 Adults, $1 Children ABINGDON ROTARY CIU1 will meet Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on the Oliver Murk farm for a wiener roast. Abingdon OES past officers club is being reminded of the joint meeting with Knoxville and Yates City for a potluck dinner Sunday at 1 p.m. in Knoxville Masonic Temple. Rolls and coffee will be furnished. Abingdon Bowling ABBE-ETTES LEAGUE Flower Shop, 17-11: Zimmer's, 17-11: K of G, 16-12; Avon Savings & Loan Association, 16-12; Ray's Western Auto, 15-13; Swim Queens, 14-14; C & R Market, 13-15; Poland's Super Valu, 12-16; Ed's Standard Products, 11-17; Russell Reese Insurance, 9-19. High team game. C & R Market, 997; high team series, Ray's Western Auto, 277. High individual game. Fhyl Smith, 232; high individual series, Sallye Johnson, 589. SATURDAY Deadline 9:15 A.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 A.M. Phone Your WANT AD Early 342'5161

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