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8 Golesburg Kegisfrer-MQiJ, Goiesburg, III. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1963 Orval Loses Neighborhood Bout * By WICK TEMPLE LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP^ —You get a frantic phone call fit the office from your extra frantic wife, who says, "Well, they just got Orval." In addition to anger and concern, you are filled with curiosity. The methods "they" might use for getting Orval are important because you have never been able to get him yourself. "How did they get him?" I asked. "They shot him. He has three bullet holes in his side." You are enraged. You call the sheriff and get him on the way to extract three bullets from the side of a brown and tan, sway-backed, cross-eyed, lop-eared, bow-legged dog who should have happened to someone else. It turned out Orval hadn't been shot. The vet said he had' been in an argument with another dog. Seventeen stitches put him back together and ran his repair bill past $50. Two weeks earlier he had caught a Volkswagen. After stitching, he appeared to have been cut in half and put back together, and he still looks that way. Orval spent his first six months as a free agent in Gay Woods. Finally he made his way to the city and was about to be impounded when we gave him refuge. He made a fine pet. He was gentle and playful. But he never lost the wildness of his youth. A backyard fence (no small purchase) wouldn't hold him. He dug under until we had to reinforce the base of the fence with logs. Then he learned how to paw open the back screen door, dash through the house, throw a body block on the front screen door, and roll clear. Once he was out, he paid no attention to calls and he was impossible to catch. I consulted the vet. He decided Orval had emotional problems, brought on by lack of proper upbringing. He suggest- They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo SNORTINGTONS BEEM SAVING THOSE TRADING STAMPS, AMD AT-LAST HE'S ear ENOUGH FOR THAT PISHIM6 ROD«»< HoWE'ER MRS.S. HAS A BETTER IDEA, AND WHO IS HER SPOUSE TO STAND IN THE WAV««? SAVE AT REED'S HUNDREDS OF PAIRS ON DISPLAY! Newest Styles and Colors! WOMEN'S DRESS FLATS Only ^^^^^ Others 3.87 Many other Styles and Colors 1 REED'S SELF SERVICE SHOES 328 East Main St. (Former Osco Location) OPEN. MONDAY and FRIDAY 'Til 9 P.M. Other days until 5 p.m. except 6 Saturday 1 cd various kindnesses and painstaking training. It didn't work. The neighbors were giving not-so-tactful suggestions about what should be done with him. Then one day as we were ready to leave on a trip, Orval pulled his through-the-house and away trick. I was angry. I went after him. Rage gave me superhuman speed. The chase led three times around the house, across the road and through a patch of thick woods. Finally I made a flying dive and nailed him, and when he looked meekly up at me, I knew Orval was tamed. In those big brown eyes I saw respect, the trademark of civilization. And as I carried him home I felt a little triumph' ant, a guilty. little sad, and a little And If He'd Aimed WICHITA, Kan. (AP)-Daniel Ogle has a mean pitching arm. The 13-year-old boy was walking along a sidewalk tossing a baseball into the air. He gave it an extra high throw and the ball killed one of a flock of crows flying overhead. I ( ) I I \' s o \ s OPEN Friday 9:30 to 9:00 Monday 12 to 9:00 Others 9:30 to 5:00 NO MONEY DOWN! PAYMENTS BEGIN IN JAN. NITH standards that have made Zenith AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING TV! HOMEMAKER'S CENTER - O.T.'s - THIRD FLOOR Zenith Quality in every feature lor best television performance... HO PRINTED CIRCUITS . . . hardwired, handsoidered connections for greater depend- fWIJty. t»mr service problems. SUNSHINE* PICTURE TUBE for mora sparkling picture detail, contrast, brightness. Bonded Cinelens* Picture Glass. SPOTLITE DIAL —illuminated channel numbers easy to read from across the room. ZENITH QUALITY SPEAKER with Alnico 5 magnet for richer, fuller tone quality. "PERMA-SET" TUNING CONTROL. Once set, channels Stay fine tuned. More and more London clubs are admitting female guests into certain areas, usually the dining rooms, of their hushed chambers. It is estimated that sales of sunglasses in 1963 will total 150 million. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Alpha Social Groups Meet ALPHA - Hope Circle of the Methodist Church met Thursday with Mrs. Forrest McCaw. Mrs. E. E. Unger was assisting host* ess. Mrs. Edna Bredburg led devotions. A potluck supper was dis* cussed, and it was decided to have a traveling apron among members as a money-making project. The "Week of Prayer and Self Denial" was announced Oct. 25-31 when contributions will be received at the general meeting of the WSCS. Mrs. John Whimpey was program leader. Ninettes Club Mrs. Kenneth Morland was hostess Monday night to the Ninettes Club. Awards in games went to Mrs. Gerald Whitcomb, Mrs. Dean Foster and Mrs. Dean Friichtenicht. Hold Potluck Firemen and their families, and the board of directors members and their families of the Oxford Fire District held their annual potluck ham supper Thursday at the fire station. Alpha News Notes Chris Schwartzkopf returned home Thursday from Mollne Public Hospital, where he had been a patient about two weeks for observation and treatment. The following Alpha women Friday attended guest day of the Orion Woman's Club. Mrs. Nyle McCurdy, Mrs. Glenn Set* terdahl, Mrs. Arvid Henrikson, Mrs. H. W. Stitt, Mrs. Florence Cole, Mrs. Lawrence Livingston, Mrs. William Nelson and Mrs. Nellie Reedy. Valley Teachers Hold Sessions At London Mills MAQUON — The elementary teachers of Spoon River Valley Community Unit District met Oct. 8 at the London Mills School. Mrs. Ruth Swearingen, elementary supervisor, presided at the general seission. The second half of the meeting was in the form of buzz sessions in the six elementary classrooms, with London Mills teachers acting as leaders. On Oct. 17, the teachers will attend an art workshop at Fairview Grade School. Miss Betty Hedden, art coordinator in the Canton schools, will conduct the workshop. Agatha Unappreciated BALTIMORE (AP) - The sign in the bookstore window said "Books Bought and Sold" so one resident tried to unload a stack of paperback mystery novels. "They don't sell," said the man at the counter. ' "Agatha Christie mysteries alone have sold 200 million copies," said the man with the paperbacks. "Ha," said the clerk. "In every field you get these onetime, flash* in-the-pan. writers." Be modern wrf/i MOEN FOR EVERY KITCHEN! Ont handle tovM limt and water BEN BOW PLUMBING & HEATING 1191 S. 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