Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
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6 Qfttesburg Register^MaiLGdJisburQi,111,, WMttil^>..6ct 16,J$6.3 GALVA 324 Main Si MUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent - • •— -.--^ — Phohe WE 2-2658 City Okayi Council •8 Purchase Of Equipment GALVA—Completion of the new sewer lagoon, the annual budget, and purchase of equipment for the city dump Were considered at a Galva City Council meeting Monday night. Alderman Griffin warned council members that if more expenditures are made through the general fund it would put the city in a delicate spot in case of an emergency. Mayor Young answered that with the purchase of two new RIB SHACK North on Route I So RiBr. Beet. Chleken. tried Chicken, Shrimp, Pixia. Sand- wlehea. . Kit Conditioned For carrf But i «V !ee Call 342-2413 Open Dally at $ P.M. trucks, tree removal already completed and work done on the City Hall Galva has had a good year, if nothing more is done, he said. Gaylen Frazier, resident engineer for Stanley Engineering Co., explained to aldermen why no grass seed has been planted in the newly-finished lagoon. The contract called for such planting, but the project was completed too late to do the FCTt tonomy-mind+d TRAVELERS • Famous for Good Food Write for Folder No. 2 GALESBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT Presents FIRE POWER SHOW A FAMOUS SAFETY DEMONSTRATION BY JEROME MAYER FIRE PREVENTION ENGINEER FREE TICKETS Available At All Galesburg Fire Depts. TECHNICAL SESSION Admission by Ticket Only 7:30 P.M.; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1963 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PUBLIC SESSION Especially for the Horr.emaker 8:00 P.M., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1963 CHURCHILL JUNIOR HIGH Other Sessions for Junior and Senior High School Students Thursday and Friday at Senior High School Lombard and Churchill Junior High Schools Sponsored by GALESBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT Assisted by KNOX COUNTY SAFETY COUNCIL DRIVE-IN Adults Only Shown at 8:30 pios it RORY CALHOUN in A FACE in the RAIN STARTS SUNDAY Henry Fonda • Maureen O'Hara "Spencer's Mountain" job, he said. Frflrier suggested two alternatives and the <toufi : ctl agreed to Hold the contract with Stanley engineers open until spring when the project Will be completed. In the meantime, the firm will plant rye at the lagoon until spring. Offers Machine Dale Brent of Milan was present at the council meeting to explain a used machine thjSt he had for sale. He suggested that the machine could be used at the city dump. Brent Said a machine, which was heavy enough to be used at the city dump, would be too heavy to put on city streets for snow removal: The council had hoped that the machine Would perform 6oth tasks. Possibility of the city vacating a road that is Used as a driveway at the Harbld Anderson house was considered. Anderson, who was preseSht Was informed that owners of the property the road must start proceedings requesting the city to vacate it. Club Hears Repott On Early Illinois The Study Club of the Galva Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. Haskell Gill Tuesday. Mrs. .Neil Johnson introduced Charles Whitney, who spoke on the early history of the French and Indians in Illinois. He told of the early explorations of the French, accompanied by Jesuit priests, the hardships they endured, and the names Which were placed on towns and rivers by French influences. He stated that t his territory belonged td France longer than it has been United States of America. Most of these ex- S lorations^were made in canoes, te gave three reasons for the French expeditions to this he\v country: Hunting a route to China, conversions of the Indians to Christianity, and trading With the Indians was a profitable business. At one time 15;000 Itidians lived in' the vicinity Of Starved Rock, known then as. Ft: St. Louis. The refreshment committee included Mrs. Verne Peterson and Mrs. Neil Johnson. Galva Preps Set For Homecoming Galva's homecoming game this year is a contest With nearby Walnut which will be played Friday at ^30 p.m. A homecoming parade Thursday at 2.15 p.m. will start the festivities continued in the evening with a pep meeting and a bonfire on the lower football field of the high school. The traditional dance will follow the game at about 9:30 p.m. Friday and around 10;,$ p.hi; the king and queen will be crowned. Candidates' this year for king and queen Of homecoming are for queen; Mary Johnston; freshman; Sharon Armstrong, sophomore; Bonnie Anderson, junior, and Susan Dexter and Sylvia Morgan, seniors. ,The candidate's for king are Jack Hawkins, freshman; Harold Hall; sbphomore; Jerry Smith, junior, and Bill Hay and Joe Haley; seniors. The freshman - sophomore football team of the Galva High School was beaten by Aledo Tuesday night; 13-0. The next game will be with Corpus Christi Monday night. Woman's Club to Meet at Oneida ONEIDA — The Oneida Woman's Club will meet in the Oneida Legion Hall Friday at 1:45 p.m. The program will be presented, by Mrs. Ruth Cooper of the Illinois Power Co. on "Small Appliances . Cookery." Members were asked to take a boy's new or used toy for kindergarten. Babysitting services will be provided for preschool children at the home of Mrs. Richard Hendricks. The Greig Memorial Ljbrary reports a circulation of 77 books and magazines for the month Cr "itember. One new book ided, "The Shoes of the i' .Jherman," by Morris West; given by J. O. Finley. HOSPITAL NOTES Thursday Nile SPECIAL! FRESH CATFISH smcd with potato salad, cole slaw, sliced tomatoes*, carrot sticks, bread and butter. 75< Serving Starts 5:00 P.M. CARRYOUT ORDERS WELCOME! Knotty Pine Tap Phone 375-9319 WATAGA St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAV Mrs. Karen Millet; Rio. Howard Robertson, Abingdon. Jatitrje L. Patterson, 14i7 Grand Ave. James L. ParrisH, Dahlndh. David Sparks, 1369 N. Broad St. Mrs. Shetft Young, Ml S. Afcad- effly St. Henry Osgood, 2Sfl Pennsylvania Ave. MiSs Anita McNafnara, 179 E. Fifth St. Matthew Hobfin, 383 W. South St. George Jackson, 1022 S. Academy St. Mrs. Elizabeth Reichel, 933 S. West St. Mrs. Avis Melvin, 104 Walnut Ave. Mrs. Rose Mangiere; Abingdon. Sterling Pennington, Macomb. Ronald McDonald, 147 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Dorothy Koloski; 721 Mulberry St. Mrs. Grace,Gurtis,.KnOxville. DISMISSALS TUESDAY John T. Ames, '399 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Edward Bartlett, 272 W. Fourth St. . Joyce Darby, 71? Maplfc Ave. Edwin A. Deerbefg\ Lowden, Iowa. , , Mrs. Floyd Ebert, Bushnell. Mrs. Lugene Finiey, 507 W. First St. Patrick Glas, 737 Maple Ave. Miss Jean Madigan, 288 W. Berrien St. Mrs*. Madge LundqUist, 1036 N. Broad St. Walter H. Mais, East Galesburg. John E. MfcBride, 554 W. Knox St. Lloyd V. Mercer, 781 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Alberta Murray, 257 W; Brooks St.' Mrs. Claude Putnam, Gilson. Phealty Pyles, Victoria. Lester Rehbein, Fort Madison, Iowa. Roberto Rodriguez, 987 W. Brooks St. Fred J. Sharp, 82 N. Elm St. David SparkSi 1369 N. Broad St. Mrs. Richard A. Stinson, 1719 W. Main St. Eric Thiel, 1468 Clark St. Archie Trout, Galesburg Route 2. The Old meeting Oct. 22 Old Settlers Meeting Set BISHOP HILL Settlers Association has been changed to _„ at 8 p.m. in the Colony school, due to conflicting dates, President A. Gunnar Bqrg announced. Gilbert S w an son, president of the Henry County Historical Society will give an illustrated talk Od Henry County. Mr. and Mrs. Rlas Spets attended the Moews Seed open house at, Granville. Oct. 9. , Mrs.. John A. Oberg, president of the Henry County Association for Mental Health, accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Schamp of Cambridge and Mrs. Clyde Rischell of Peoria, attended the State .Association for Mental Health 54th annual meeting in Springfield Saturday. Homcmakers Set Meeting in Galva CAMBRIDGE - The . Henry County Home Economics Association will meet in the home of Mrs. Jack Hathawjay at 540 W. Division St., in Galva Oct. 23, at 7:45 p. m. The program will be arrangement in the artistic touch which will be given by Mrs. Stanley Morgan. All members Were urgea to attend the meeting in order to vote on the doubling of the dues. \ Cottage AittttilfMfti VUiSDAV Mrs. Shifty km Paten, Gatva. Ralph Judson, Galesburg Route 3 Mrs. A. Lucille Floret, 238 W> Fremont St. Mrs. Naomi M. Fisher, 12?ft 8; Cherry St. Mrs. Mattyti A. Lihdeen, 1951 McMasters Ave. Carl A. Schultie, 652 N. Cherry St. Connie J. Ervin, Bushnell. Kandy L. Stull, Monmouth. Dawn D. Harkstrom, Galva. Mrs. Christine M. Sullivan, 68 S. Cherry St. Charles E. Yoder, Belle Isle Apts. Mrs. Lucy L. Keating, 948 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Fannie Mae Cato, 682 Hoi- ton St. Oscar M. Seibert, 1431 Maple Ave. Mrs. Vera Kllby and 486 Peck St. Mrs. Jessie A. Nesbit, 531 Arnold St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Mrs. Dorothy Terry 403 Oak St. Mrs. Brenda. K. Huddle and baby, i27 Maple Ave. Delber Kniss, 334 N. Chambers St. Alvin E. Kalin, North Henderson. Harold L. Breece, Gilson. Miss Betty A. Cooley, Knoxville. Mrs. Gbldie M. Yarde, 268 Indiana Ave. Mrs. M. Grace Campton, Knox•ville. Mrs. Florence M. Sprinkle, 1546 Williams St. Charles W. Sharp, Abingdon. Clarence E. Shedd, Oneida. Mrs. Lynne L. Riley and baby, 348 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Alice B. Upson, 1313 Clark St. Harry Olson, Altona. Mrs. Margarett J. Crain, 657 N. Kellogg St. Kathleen A. Cooley, 860 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Madge C. Potter, 1708 Brentwood. Byroh L. Blackman, Seatoh. Mrs. Helen L. Zimmerman, Avon. Joel Thomas Samuelson, Cameron. Mrs. Mabel J. Anderson, 62 Sumner St. Mrs. Elizabeth F. Wright, 544 E. Victoria St. Seeks Divorce At Cambridge CAMBRIDGE — Action foi divorce, on an allegation oi desertion, has been filed, in Henrj County Circuit Court by Edith E. Anderson against Elvin L. Anderson. The couple was married July 3, 1941, and separated last June 22, according to the com plaint. NOW PLAYING OOHMWAIM! DMNpftTIN! RICKY NELSON! HOWARD HAWKS' RfOBMVO TECHNICOLOR - ftom WARNER BROS. JUiSE MNSONWUJER BRBIIMN WlDh RAMh K, * 5S ** s,ca * Ho ** R0 SHOW TIME — 7:30 Adulis 60c Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVILIE OPEN 1:15 ENDS I THURS. I 33 HURRY Kin lEJB^T — —• — — — ^^afl^F fvwwwiv I *»>luu<'*imtWtOUfrtmU,<^<smKn,f n * K tt< m • CINf MMCOM • TECHNICOLOR* ' FEATURES SHOWN AT: 1:50 - 4:20 - 6:50 - 9:20 Starts FRIDAY L WW THE OTgX TfttS ttHAT MAKES A MMIAN...AND H'MAT BREAKS HER' w HAIL DNfllfll tarn W[WRIP0[p[lNJ0i«10IJl§P«[ ilLTHB CARETAKERS ,:,: fPi![;i,''' 3 iff illi" 1 !,,. •ii, J GUEST SPEAKER - Rev. Kenneth Dale Becker (above), executive Secretary of Gospel Fellowship Missions, #1(1 deliver a talk at Bethany Baptist Church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Becker Wis graduated from Bob Jonei University lit 11)57 with a B.A. degree in religion. While attending the school, he spent several summers doing evangelistic work In Latin America. Attend Session At Bushnell PRAIRIE CITY - Members of the Prairie City Woman's Club who attended the Bi-County meeting held at the home of Mrs. Ray Cowperthwaite, Bushnell, Monday were Mrs. rtay Emory, Mrs. B. Spurgeon, Mrs. Blanche Campbell, Mrs, Lee Childers, Mrs. Albert White, Mrs. Delane Miles, Mrs. Merlin Nichols and Mrs. Edna Kreider. There were 45 attending representing the clubs in Hancock and McDonough counties. READ THE WANT ADS! trot m mm In the past 11 yetfi, enhr 1.6 mt m M it* «fflte« 6! iwme IoiH| have torn defaulted, i& cbrdlng to the Veterans Admits istration. Movie Calendar COM! TO OUR KED KAPER DANCE •t TEEN CITY MB 12 Pain of Famaoi US. KIDS FRIDAY HITE - 7:30 T011:30 - 00.18 MEMBERS 50c - NON-MEMBERS 75c Eagles Hall 74 N. Chambers rs BUFFET gA MAN'S IDEA of a Good Lunch That 's the kind that we Serve here! Food to suit every mood ... all of the finest quality, prepared oy £ master chef, served in a most congenial and relaxing atmosphere. Every Noon 11:30 Till 2:00 Monday thro Friday CATERING HOURS • Privata Partita , „ a Maaiinga t A.M. 'til i P.M. Phona 342-21S1 North Handaraon St., nt. ISO. mz VISIT OUR NEW APPLIANCE AND FURNITURE DEPARTMENT THIRD FLOOR NEVER BEFORE AT THIS LOW, LOW PRICE! MAYCO WJtiWIS toncure AUTOMATIC WATER SOFTENER REGULAR $249.00 190 00 Plus Installation NO MONEY DOWN Payments begin in Jan. # No valves to operate! # No buttons to push! • No salt to add for a Full Year or more! Everything is a lot nicer in a soft water home! Fabrics washed in soft water are brighter; cleaner, last longer; and you use far less soap and water. Fine for your self esteem, because it keeps glassware gleoming, tub and bowls ring free, precious complexions ^ " smooth and lovely. Removes rust from Galesburg's water HOMIMAKft'S CENTER - O.T.'t - THIRD FLOOR

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