DEATHS AND FUNERALS MAURICE ft. FRANKS CHICAGO (VPt) - Maurice R. Pranks, president of the National Labor Management Foundation and author of the book "What's Wrong with our Labor Unions," died Oct. 6 in the Evanston, 111., Hospital. DR. RALPH L. COLLINS BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) —Dr. Ralph L. Collins, 55, vice president and dean of the faculty at Indiana University, died in his home Saturday of a heart seizure. ARTHUR E. MEAL CONNERSVILLE, Ind. (UPI) —Arthur E. Neal, 58, staff member of the Connersville News- Examiner since 1933 and editor since 1951, died Friday. He had been hospitalized for two months. JOHN PRINTUP MASON CITY, Iowa (UPI) Funeral services will be held in Oak Park, 111., Wednesday for John Printup, 86, former Chicago police reporter who later managed three radio stations in Iowa. He died Friday. DAVID KLECKNER LOS ANGELES — Restaurateur David Kleckner, 67, who ooerated Dave's Blue Room in New York City and then Hollywood, died Sunday of a heart attack. Funeral services are scheduled for Tuesday. MRS. ISA BAXTER BAYLE Mrs. Isa Baxter Bayle, 91, died Oct. 8 in her home in Pasadena, Calif. Mrs. Bayle was born Dec. 1, 1871, at the John Baxter family farm about three miles north- Monuments and Mausoleums McFAU MONUMENTS Wiseonite Ruby Red Phone 342-«5U 1801 W. Main 9L Galesbnrg, OL east of Viola. She was the youngest of 11 children and her K arenis were John and Sara IcCoy Baxter. She was educated at the Green Summit rural school near Viola and later was graduated from Aledo High School Mrs. Bayle was married to Samuel Nesbitt in Aledo and was for many years an active member of the Aledo Methodist Church before moving, to California with her husband. After her first husband's death, she was married to A. C. Bayle, who also preceded her in death. There are no immediate family survivors. RUDOLPH B. JOHNSON GALVA — Funeral services for Rudolph B. Johnson, 67, of Bishop Hill, who died Thursday, were held Saturday at 1:30 p. m. in the Johnson-Gill-Schuster Chapel. Rev. Robert E. Holmes, pastor of the Community Methodist Church in Bishop Hill, officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Verna B. Anderson. Pallbearers were Paul Olson, Willard Nelson, Alvin Peterson, Harold Nelson, Wayne Johnson and Lyle Blodgett. Burial was in the Bishop Hill Cemetery. Military rites were conducted by the Fusiliers of the American Legion Post in Galva. Flowers. "Nature 's most beautiful memorial" Anderson BROAD STREET florists 128 N. Broad MJ-MM PETERSON- WALLINKNOX Alpha. III. Mr. Harold K. Underwood Age 46 Lynn Center, Illinois Services: 2 P.M. - TUESDAY at SWEDONA LUTHERAN CHURCH. Friends may call this evening at Alpha. KIMBER & WEST 36 PUBLIC SQUARE PHONE 343-5210 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 60 Years Miss Jannetfe t. Knutson 730 Avenue A Funeral: 10 A.M. - TUESDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL. Friends may call at the chapel this evening. HAROLD K. UNDERWOOD LYNN CENTER - Funeral services for Harold K. Underwood, 46, of Lynn Center, who died Friday, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Swedona Lutheran Church. Rev. Gilbert Adolphson, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Swedona Cemetery. Friends may call tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at the Peterson-Wallin-Knox Funeral Home in Alpha. CHARLES B. HARTZELL MONMOUTH - Charles B. Hartzell, 86, Of Gerlaw, prominent Warren County farmer, died today at 1:15 a. m. at the Warren County Nursing Home, where he had been a patient since Oct. 5. Mr. Hartzell was born Dec. 11, 1876, in Warren County. He attended local schools and Brown's Business College in Galesburg. He had farmed his entire life until he entered the nursing home. He was a member of the Gerlaw Methodist Church. Surviving are two brothers, Ross of Galesburg and Fred of Victoria, and a sister, Mrs. Roy Armstrong of Galesburg. He was preceded in death by three brothers. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. at the Turnbull Chapel, Monmouth. Burial will be in Gerlaw Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday afternoon and evening. MRS. EVELYN ABRAMS Mrs. Evelyn Abrams of Peoria, a former resident of Galva, died this morning at Peoria Methodist Hospital. Funeral services are pending at the Johnson - Gill - Schuster Chapel in Galva. MRS. GEORGE O. KILLEY MONMOUTH — Mrs. George O. Killey, 89, died today at 9:45 a.m. at the Monmouth Nursing Home. The former Addie Capps was born Nov. 5, 1873, in the Phelps community, and spent her entire life in Warren County, where she attended the Windy Ridge School. She was married to Mr. Killey Sept. 14, 1900, and he preceded her in death in January 1955. She was a member of the First Methodist Church. Surviving are five sons, Harlan of Milan, Ray of Decatur, Lloyd and Phil of Monmouth H INCH U FF A PEARSON FUNERAL HOME WCHAPEL 217 N. Broad Phase M3-21Q1 MR. WILLIAM P. HIBBENS - 873 Warren St. Services 2 P.M. Tuesday at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Chapel. Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Masonic services at 7:30 P.M. and Glen of Sift Antonio, Tex.; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Besides her husband, ihe tig preceded in death by a brother, two sisters and granddaughter. Funeral services will be Held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Holiday and Hoover Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in the Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday afternoon and evening. MRS. W. A. SCOOLAND Mrs. W. A. Scogland, 69, of Indianapolis, Ind., formerly of Galesburg, died unexpectedly Sunday morning. She was the former Gertrude Cratty of Galesburg. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning in Indianapolis. MISS LORA PEARCE MONMOUTH — Miss Lora May Pearce, 72, a resident of Bentonvllle, Ark., the past 15 years died Saturday at Benton vllle. She was born Sept. 29, 1891 in Biggsville and attended Linwood College in Missouri, University of Chicago and Drake University in Des Moines. She was a retired teacher and had been a coordinator of vocational training in Augusta, Ga. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Augusta and PEO, American Association of University Women, Business and Professional Women's Club and Kappa Delta Phi. Surviving are a sister, Miss Jessie B. Pearce of Bentonville and a brother, Edwin Pearce of Bettendorf. LOUIS S. PAPPMEIER Funeral for Louis S. Pappme- ier, 6, of Galesburg Route 2 was conducted at 10 a .m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church. Committal services were scheduled for 2 p.m. at the Hillsboro Mausoleum. Mr. Pappmeier, a civil engineer, died Thursday. JOE MAXWELL Funeral for Joe Maxwell, 89, of Chillicothe, formerly of Bushnell, were conducted at 2 p.m. today at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel by Rev. Wilbur Marzon of the Methodist Church at Lacon. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph Sharp, Charles Ayres, A. L. Bradbury, J. Bradley Chandler, Donald Kinney and Paul Papke. WILLIAM P. HIBBENS Funeral services for William P. Hibbens, 68, of 873 Warren Street, will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Mr. Hibbens retired in 1961 as a Burlington Railroad car inspector after 38 years of service. He died Saturday at 10:20 a.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, where he had been a patient since Oct. 7. He had been ill for several months. Mr. Hibbens was born March 12, 1895, at Lincoln and had lived in Galesburg 40 years. He was married Oct. 8, 1922, to Harriett Van Ordstrand, who died last year. Surviving are two brothers, S. Clyde of Bloomington and Ray C. of Independence, Kan. Mr. Hibbens was a member of the Methodist Church, Alpha Masonic Lodge, Burlington Veterans, Modern Woodmen of America, Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Ralph M. Noble Post of the American Legion. During World War I he served with the 33rd Infantry Division. Masonic rites will be conducted at the funeral home this evening at 7:30, and Amerian Legion services will be conducted at graveside. Earl E. Stice, Prominent Roseville Resident, Dies Gotesbura fteai$ter*Mail, Gtalesbura, HI. Monday, Qcf< 14 J963i JUL ROSEVILLE-Earl E. Stice, 71, a prominent Warren County businessman, died Sunday at 3:10 p.m. at Monmouth Hospital, where he was admitted a week ago. Death was attributed to a heart attack. Mr. Stice had been ill the past few months. He was born Nov. 3, 1891, in Monmouth, and was married to the former Ethel Pratt in March 1914. He lived in Monmouth until 1917 when he moved with his wife to Roseville and purchased t h e International Harvester store there. He operated the business until six years ago when he retired. Mr. Stice was a deacon of the Roseville Christian Church and a director of the Roseville State Bank. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce, and a past member of the Roseville School Board, Warren County; School Board and Roseville Village Board. He was a past fire chief of the Roseville Fire Department. Identified with Lodge In Masonic circles, he was a 32nd Degree Mason, a member of the Roseville lodge and Quincy Consistory. Survivors include the widow; three daughters, Mrs. Carl (Mary Louise) Forbriger, Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Robert (Irma) Bacon, Roseville, and Mrs. Donald (Martha) Ross, Macomb; 15 grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Fannie Ruse, Monmouth. He was preceded in death by a daughter, two brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Roseville Christian Church. Burial will be in the Roseville Cemetery. Visitation is at the Corman Memorial Home, Roseville, anytime after Tuesday morning. A memorial fund has Woman Killed In 2-Car Crash WOODHULL - Mrs. Michael Kitchen, 21, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fickling, former residents of Woodhull, died in a 2-car automobile accident in Waynesboro, Ga. Wednesday evening. Her husband and 2-month-old son escaped injury. Others surviving are two brothers, two sisters, the paternal grandfather, H. P. Carrington, and an aunt, Mrs. Ruth Anderson. They are all former residents of Woodhull now residing in Andover. been established to Monmouth Hospital and the Roseville Christian Church building fund. Counseling Plan Voted By Alumni MONMOUTH - The Monmouth College Alumni Board met Friday and Saturday on the campus and it was voted to extend the term of officers six months to be concurrent with the terms of the college directors, i A new alumni admissions counseling program was also set up in which alumni will act as admission representatives in key cities throughout the country. Reports were read from Glenn Rankin, admissions director; Roger Fritz, chairman of the board, and Dr. Harry Manley, academic dean. A Young Alumnus award was established, to be given at -jno auios oj luaureououiuioo standing alumnus who has attended college in the last 15 years. May Attend Peoria Session MONMOUTH - Members of the Warren County Red Cross Chapter will join 21 other counties participating in the Peoria regional blood program at the 1963 annual meeting and technical review, Oct. 24 at the Jefferson Hotel in Peoria. All local hospital staff, members of the Warren County Medical Society, and other interested persons are being invited to attend. The principal speaker at the noon luncheon will be Mr. Ray Ambelang, business manager of the Milwaukee Blood Center in Wisconsin. Opening sessions will begin at 10 a.m. for all persons interested in the technical problems involved in the use of blood, arranged by Dr. Norman Powers, medical director of the program. MISS J ANNETTE KNUTSON Funeral services for Miss Jannette Loretta Knutson, 59, of 730 Avenue A, will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Kimber and West Chapel, where friends may call this evening. Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery. Miss Knutson died Friday at 11:55 p.m. in St. Mary's Hospital. Born Sept. 4, 1904, in Galesburg, she was educated in the Galesburg public school system and was a lifelong resident of the city. Survivors are four brothers, Frank R. and James of Chicago, Clyde of Elko, Neb., Joseph of Galesburg and Lytle, address not available, and three sisters, Mrs. Marion Gassaway of Winter Haven, Fla., Mrs. Florence Rehm of Chicago and Mrs. Margarett Powell, address not available. A sister preceded her in death. WILLIAM L. WELSH ALEXIS — Funeral services Alexis Unit School Menus Are Arranged ALEXIS — Menus for the Alexis School District hot lunch program through Oct. 25 have been announced. They are: Oct. 15—Maid-rites, baked potato, buttered peas, peaches. 16 — Creamed chipped beef, whipped potatoes, lettuce salad, pumpkin pie and whipped cream. 17— Turkey-chow-mein, buttered rice, buttered green beans, molded fruit salad. 18 — Grilled cheese candwiche, baked beans, cabbage salad, apricots. 21—Goulosh, buttered peas, fruit cup, cinnamon rolls and butter. 22—Chicken noodle soup, cheese and crackers, celery and carrot sticks, cake with cherry sauce. 23 — Barbecue pork sandwich, buttered asparagus, applesauce, chocolate chip bars. 24—Ham loaf, whipped potatoes and gravy, buttced green lima beans, golden glo salad. 25—Fish sticks and tartar sauce, buttered potatoes, buttered corn, lettuce, banana and peanut salad. All meals include bread, butter and milk. Alexis PTA To Convene ALEXIS—The October meeting of Alexis PTA will be held Tuesday Oct. 15 at 7:45 p.m. in all-purpose room of the grade school. The theme of the evening is, "See the Warning Shadow." Commercial Club The regular meeting of Alexis Commercial Club will be held tonight around 8:30 o'clock after the freshmen - sophomore football game at Woman's Club building. Coach Robert Houser will show some football pictures. were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church for William L. Welsh, 80, who died Oct. 9 in Monmouth Hospital. Rev. E. L. Castrodale officiated, Mrs. Everett Winkler played the organ, and selections were sung by Mrs. James Phelps and Harold Leggett, accompanied by Mrs. Robert Edwards at the piano. Pallbearers were Gerald Miller, Jack Miller, Charles E. Howard, Max Lindberg, Harry Johnson and James Welsh. Burial was in the Alexis Cemetery. Illinois Angus Auxiliary Adds New Members Board members of the Illinois Angus Auxiliary, and their guests met for luncheon in Springfield Oct. 8. Mrs. Merrill Castle of Peoria, American Angus Auxiliary president, gave a preview of auxiliary activities during the 1963 International in Chicago. Membership chairman, Mrs. Theron Bradley, Avon, reported a total of 46 new members this year. Mrs. William Lamont, scholarship chairman, stated there were 15 inquiries about the auxiliary scholarship, but only five applications returned before the deadline. The winner of this year's $100 was Miss Pamela Parrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Parrett, Mahomet. Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton, Brimfield, nominating committee chairman, read the report for the following slate of officers in 1964: President, Mrs. Harvey Harter, Carlock; president-elect, Mrs. Carl B. Cooper, Windsor; second vice president, Mrs. William Lamont, Crossville; third vice president, Mrs. Jo Besse, Erie, and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Berwin Bradley, Avon. Court Denies Hearing Request For Iowa Man WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Supreme Court today denied a hearing to Ronald M. Stump of Keokuk, Iowa, who is serving a 75-year jail sentence for the fatal shooting of his former girl friend's fiance in 1961. The brief order leaves standing a 5 to 3 decision affirming the conviction handed down March 14, 1963, by the Iowa supreme court. Stump, 21 at the time of the crime, was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Iowa. The victim was Michael Daly, 22, Des Moines, who had become engaged to Leanna Jean Skultety after she broke off with Stump. Stump told the Supreme Court the police refused to allow him to consult an attorney before answering questions during the first two days of his detention but statements then made were used against him. READ THE WANT ADS! Alexis Home Hosts lowans At Dinner ALEXIS - Dr. and Mrs. Horace Petersen and family entertained the following relatives at dinner Oct. 0. Mrs. Petersen 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hogan of Atkins, Iowa and brother Donald and family of Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kusel, Vinton, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burhenn and daughters of Dysart, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hogan and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hogan and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson of Atkins, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ridal and sons, Norway, Iowa. Alexis Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Simpson have returned home from a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. Oren Dillbeck is a patient in Moline Public Hospital after- undergoing surgery Oct. 7. Mrs. Roy Ralston accompanied her son Roy and wife to Amarillo, Tex. where she will visit for a few weeks. Rev. Daniel Driscoll left Thursday for Detroit, Mich., for a few days before returning to Boston, Mass., after visiting his mother, Mrs. O. A. Walters and husband. The regular meeting of Legion and Auxiliary will be held Thursday with potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. in the Legion Hall. Guests of honor will be young folks who attended Boys and Girls State, Myron Simpson, Curtis Moore, Robert McCreight, Dick Miller and Patricia Johnston. . Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rohr left Thursday on a trip to visit their son Mardyne and family at Aurora, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziehr of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin left Tuesday for a vacation in Missouri. Larry Nail is a patient in Methodist Hospital in Peoria after surgery on his back. Mrs. Frances Bruington was hostess to Monday Bridge Club in her home with dessert served followed by bridge. Favors were received by Mrs. L. M. Burns, Mrs. Edith Deuth and Mrs. Vera Rogers, a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Kratz recently visited their son Roy and family at Clinton. Church Unit Convenes At Roseville RARITAN — A workshop meeting of the National Council of Catholic Women was held in the Legion Hall in Roseville Sept. 30. Mrs. W. B. Lynch, diocesan president of the Monmouth Deanery, reported on the research group that had met in Peoria recently. She said of all the deaneries, the Monmouth Deanery was the most active and seemed to have more priests to attend meetings. Mrs. Cornelius Veith of Hamilton, president of the Monmouth Deanery, invited members to visit other tables after they had finished in their own department. A Deanery meeting will be at Nauvoo Oct. 15, with Mass at 10:30 a.m. Attending from St. Patrick's in Raritan were Mrs. Harry Baxter, Mrs. Richard Icenogle, Mrs. Paul Hartman, Mrs. Walter Gayman, Mrs. John W. Kane and Mrs. John Larkin. Woman Draws Fines Totaling $75 in PM Court A Galesburg woman paid fines totaling $75 plus costs today in Police Magistrate Court after pleading guilty to charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Jeanne Wallace, 41, 146 S. Prairie St., paid $50 on the resisting arrest charge and $25 for the other. Police were called to her apartment today at 2 a.m. where a party was under way. She called arresting officers names and had to be bodily carried to the squad car and into the police station where she was kept overnight. Others appearing in the court were there on traffic charges. They included Lorraine M. Shuck of Monmouth, $5 for no valid drivers license; Earl D. Cross, 1064 Maple St., $10 for speeding; Ferman D. Shryack of Monmouth, $10 for speeding, and Richard J. Scott, 1449 Florence St., $10 for speeding. Also appearing today were Vernon C. Hartford, 512 N. Broad St., $10 for running a fyk$\Axrg ItegWer Mad CtaMtftod Advertistng LOCAL CASH RAft Rtt «etIVt April 1, IBM Worm t -dayt 4-daya l*daj i-SO I I.* ,»M i J JO I t.W | tM | 1.43 SB-S0 | 4JT • I Nfcleei ^Hi&MMtti ^tfP ^^^^^ 14? S.SS I. S.S7 ten 41 -se 6.88 4.38 2M J6-80 | 1M 4,84 a.at ~ BLIND AO BOX RENTAL (Replies Mailed out-of-town) Cera ol manna Is Memoriama Lodge Notices } 1-inch c tt.OO DEADLINE Monday through Friday 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY 9:15 A.M. In Memort&mi NELSON'S L Bryant fa* furnace and tiiuffiem Used atAKeft, futtvt Wort, I* N Senary, 343-8318, koovim Cleaner Service—firei inspection of your *wm Cleaner. Factory trained «fVi««* men and parts. fteUoft Drttm eV Co., 342-3112. PAINTING, carpenter WOfrk, masonary, eaves troufhinf, waterproofing basement*, tm* ing. Any work around the house. Free estimates, work guaranteed, 343r8039 v After 4. 343-3888.... Pert«ntJ*8necfal Notice—4 BE SURG to visit the Salvation Army Red Shield Store at M Public Square. Bargains In clothing, appliances and furniture AVON PRODUCTS If interested in buying or eeO- ing, call 342-0388, 342-1823. Mate Heir wanteeV-l IN LOVING memory of Fred L. Kemmer, who passed away October 14, 1957. Six years have passed since that sad day When one we loved was called away, But memories of a Dad so dear Will always keep you ever near. Always so true, unselfish and kind, Few in this world his equal you'll find. A beautiful life that came to an end, He died as he lived, every- ones friend. Father of ours may your sleep be sweet Until once more we shall meet. Your Wife, Children and Grandchildren. Lodge Notice* MASONIC MOTICC No. 155 A.F.&A.M. Alpha Lodge EMERGENT Meeting Monday. October 14, 7:30 P.M. at Hinchliff & Pearson Funeral Parlors. Services for William Paul Hibbens. Members urged to attend. Harry M. Price, W.M. Clyde R. Landon. Sec'y. Galesburg Chapter No. 46 R.A.M. POTLUCK in stated convocation Wednesday, October 16, 6 :30 p.m. All companions and families Invited. Entertainment for ladies. John G. Sutor, B.H.P. Frank W Peterson, Sec'y. GALESBURG COUNCIL No. 558 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS REGULAR meeting Tonight — 8 o'clock. Tom Meyer, G.K. _ Crescent Hambsch, Fin. Sec'y Lost and. Found—1 PRESCRIPTION sun glasses lost in a downtown store Tuesday Oct. 8. Call 484-6221, Altona, Collect. GONE FOR GOOD? Not if you quickly place a LOST AD Phone 342-5161. $120 Weekly Guarantee Guaranteed 8120 minimum per week while training to take over route Job in Knox County area. Must be married 21-38, high scchool education necessary, college preferred. Apply Mr. Stevens, TraveLodge, Tuesday, October IS at 7 p.m. MAN wanted for year round farm work. Modern home. Phone Farmlngton 245-2913. LAID OFF??? National Concern ha* route opening for married man over 21, who is neat, honest and dependable. $117 weekly guarantee to man who qualifies. Write Box 819, care Register-Mail. 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 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday Oct. 14 at the Motel Siesta, Canton, 111. $95 Weekly Guarantee $95 week to start, $5 raise • 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. 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. 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. LOST, strayed, or stolen, 2 Hereford cows with calves. Reward for return. Lloyd Watkins, RR1, London Mills, 111. Phone Hudson 6-3694. Business 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 Citywide Rubbish Removal. 342-1134. SEARS Services all Sears Appliances. Phone 342-5141. WRIGHT'S HEATING Thermo-Products. Gas it oil furnaces, sheet metal, gutterwork. Free estimates. 1-5 year payment plan. 29 Publio Square. 343-6535. Nite 343-5404. For All PLUMBING NEEDS caU Youngren Plumbers 1327 Brown Ave. 343-8813 PERMANENT CAREER- OPPORTUNITY $105 WEEKLY SALARY & LIBERAL BONUS Be associated with a company that offers maximum opportunity for a permanent and profitable career. Can you qualify? 1. High school education or equivalent. 2. Neat appearance. 3. Car in good condition — free to travel Monday to Friday. 4. Age 21-35. If you qualified, you will receive training at full pay. See Company Representative MR. W. KUHN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16th ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. CUSTER HOTEL 6.00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Galesburg, Illinois 2 OPENINGS in our Sales and Service Dept. for men of good character. No special skills are required Ages 21 to 55 years. Car useful. Advancement to management available In accordance with your ability. For personal interview Call 343-1631, 9 to 10 P.M. 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. (Continued on page 20) Male Help Wanted LEADING COMPANY In this state needs 2 men for the Galesburg acea. If you want to make money and get ahead with pleasant work right here in Galesburg, with no out of town travel, come in and see me. Don't come in unless you intend to go to work, I am not looking for a job hopper, but someone who is looking for a career. The man selected for this position can' expect to make $400 to $600 a month at the start, and in six to eight months, around $800 a month. You must be 21, confident, and able to make your own decisions. The right man for the position can expect advancement and nothing but success. If you think you could qualify come to the HOLIDAY INN Monday evening between 6 and 8, or Tuesday morning between 11 and 12, and ask for Paul Magnuson. 1,000 Attend Peoria Meet For Baptists PEORIA, 111. (AP) - More than 1,100 delegates were on hand today to attend the 119th stop sign; Ithama M. Melton, 668 N. Farnham St., $5 for improper backing; Edna Owens of London Mills, $10 for improper lane usage, and Michael E. Allen of Wataga, $10 for running a red light. The offenders paid $5 costs in addition to their fines. Spiced pineapple chunks in extra heavy syrup are now available in 13Vi-ounce cans. Serve the spiced chunks with pork chops or pork loin roast. Use any syrup leftover as part of the glaze for baked ham. annual convention for Illinois Baptists. Hosting the three-day meeting which began Sunday is the First Baptist Church of Peoria. Other participating churches included the First Baptist Church of Chillicothe; the Galena Road Baptist Church of East Peoria, and the Second Baptist Church of Peoria. Holding meetings in conjunction with the convention are the Woman's Baptist Mission Society, the Ministers' Council and the Illinois Council of Baptist Men. Mrs. E. J. D'Aboy of Springfield, president of the Illinois State Baptist Convention delivered the president's message today. Mrs. Carl M. Capen, American Baptist Missionary to Thailand will address the closing session of the convention Tuesday night.
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