Couple From West Visit In Little York LITTLfi YORK - Mr. and Mrs. Cltnnei ftrtman of We* natchee, Wash., are visiting her brother, Glen Mason and wife. Mrs. Mason entertained friends at coffee Oct. • In honor of her slster«in*Iaw. Glen Brown and Everett Stripe have gone to Nebraska on business. Mr. and Mrs. William Naugle, Mrs. John Landrlth, Mrs. Lillian McMahon, Mrs. Dave Smith and Mrs. Virgil Boock attended Rebekah Lodge In Oquawka Oct. 9. They were guest officers in the Oquawka lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carlson and Suzanne of Victoria were dinner guests Oct. 8 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mason. Connie McGuire spent a few days recently with her grand* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hume at Berwick. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowers accompanied her sister, Mrs. Warren Brownlee, home from Xenia, Ohio. The latter had been visiting there the past month. Several women of the Fall Creek Methodist Church met Oct. 9 at the parsonage for their call to prayer and self-denial. Mrs. Stanley Rapp was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carson have arrived home from Duluth, Minn., where they visited friends. Mrs. Nelle Stotts, who received treatment at Monmouth Hospital, was dismissed Thursday. Mrs. Annabelle Lloyd of Burlington, and Mrs. Dorotholene Schneff of Davenport, were Thursday callers at the home of Mrs. Ruth Heck. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith were callers in Galesburg Thursday. They visited their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Kinkaid, at the Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Kinkaid has been receiving treatment for pneumonia. The Afternoon Circle of the United Presbyterian Women met Thursday at the Little Cedar United Presbyterian Church. Hostess was Mrs. Ted Cooper. Those taking part in the program were Mrs. Marie Thompson, Mrs. Ray Whiteman and Mrs. Cecil Waugh. Guests were Mrs. Homer Dauma and Mrs. Maude Peterson. Hostess for the Evening Circle held at the church was Mrs. Kenneth Noble. Those taking part were Mrs. Kenneth Simpson and Mrs. Dean Keithley. Mrs. James F. Damewood and infant son Mark Allen were dismissed from the Monmouth Hospital Thursday. Arch McKay #f Gi'/rest Colo, is visiting relatives here and at Alexis. Mrs. Lillian McMahon, M.r and Mrs. William McMahon and son Billy Todd Thursday visited McKay at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Barney Shunick of Alexis. Mrs. Harry Fellman has returned home from the Monmouth Hospital, where she received treatment the past few days. Miss Melba Kenney is employ- LtGAL NOTICI Notice is hereby given to all Interested persona that a public htarinf will be held at the London Milli School in the gymnasium Wednesday, October », l»M, at SiOOPlT Daylight Sav^ Ing time, at which time they will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning their views on the proposed improvements of sections of the following two routes in Knox and Fulton Counties: 1. State Bond Issue 41, (also designated as Federal Aid Route 41 and Marked Route 41) from the south city limits of Abingdon to a point approximately 2200 feet north of the intersection with Marked Route 116 at St. Augustine. 2. State Bond Issue Route 97 (also designated as Federal-aid Route 87 and Marked Route 116) from the intersection of Route 41 at St. Augustine, thence east 14 miles to the intersection with Route 97 south of Rapatee. Two relocations are planned along Marked Route 116; one Immediately south of a curve half a mile east of the Hermon Blacktop road,, and the other relocation immediately north of a curve at the Spoon River at the west edge of London Mills. Marked Route 116 at other locations along these 14 miles, and Route 41 along the entire length of this proposed improvement, will be modernized along the line of the existing pavement. A map showing the proposed location of these routes will be on display at the hearing. This map and partly completed plans may be seen at other times at the Office of the District Engineer, Division of Highways, 6035 N. Mount Hawley Road, Peoria, Illinois. Interested citizens from areas and communities affected will be heard, particularly with reference to the economic effect of such locations. 10/9-16. Eric Lindquists Complimented At Cambridge CAMBRIDGE—Mr. and Mrs. Eric L i n d q u i s t, Cambridge, were honored at a dinner and followed by an open house for friends and relatives Sunday at the Gruey Memorial Library meeting rooms in observance of their 40th wedding anniversary. Hosts for the event were Rev. and Mrs. Dean Lindquist and family of Pico Revera, Calif. He is a son of the couple. Helen Johnson of Kewanee and Eric Lindquist were married Oct. 17, 1923, in the Cambridge Lutheran Church by the late Rev. A. S. Hamilton. They lived in Cambridge and moved to New Windsor, where he was engaged in garage business. They returned to Cambridge nine years ago when he retired. The Lindquists also have four grandchildren. ed in a Veterans Hospital at Palo Alto, Calif. Miss Suzanne Lescher is receiving treatment in the Mercer County Hospital at Aledo. She has pneumonia. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Charles S. Gamble Music Company Fall Schedule of MUSIC LESSONS now starting in ... ORGAN PIANO VOICE CLASSICAL POPULAR PRIVATE AND CLASS LESSONS Announcing Foil Enrollment for Adult Education (clotttt start next Monday) Beginner's Coune on Hammond Organ An easy and direct approach for non-musicians to learn how to play their favorite melodies, chords and rhythm styles on the 2-manual Hammond organ. You need not own an organ. No previous music training required. Lesson material supplied. Marlene Brown, instructor. Course $10. Advoneed Count on the Hammond Organ Five instruction and demonstration periods by Charles Gamble. Course $10. limited Enrollment Phone 342*4105 or come to Charles S. Gamble MUSIC COMPANY 5*4 N. Henderson St. 0ele*»ur«, III. Open fvenings — 7 lo 9 except Sot. end Sun. ^ANCESTORS tyQolncy "Her majesty suggests you change your diagnosis, Doo. Royalty never comes down with the COMMON cold!" READ THE GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL WANT ADS Anniversary Celebrated At Fairview FAIRVIEW — A 40th anniversary surprise dinner on Mr. and Mrs. Orval Stockman of Liverpool was held at the Odd Pel- lows Mall In Palrview Sunday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Fleming and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fleming of Canton; Mrs. Norma Jean Perry and family, Chillicothe; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stockman, Denver, Colo. Robert Stockman, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beck and Mrs. Charles Rhudolf and Dan, of Liverpool; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oldham, Ellisvllle; Mr, and Mrs. Daryl Perry, Ottawa and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Merrill, Astoria. The couple received many gifts. The 4-tier cake was baked by Mrs. Allison, sister of Mrs. Stockman. The couple have three children, and all were present for the occasion. Golesburo ReQistorMoil, Golesburq, 111, Wednesday, Oct. 16,1963 19 SWEETIE PIE By Nadlne Seltzer TM. Uf. IM. to. OA "No, it's not a six-shooter! I'd eay K'e about a half a pint of water ehooterl" V hit or* Greeted In Biggsville BlGGSVlLLB - Mrs. Russell Ericson of Evanston, visited a few days with her mother, Mrs. A. W. Pearson, a patient in the Burlington Hospital. Mrs. Pear* son is slowly improving, Mrs. Ralph Stewart, Van Nuys, Calif., with her brother, Ed Fritz of Galesburg, and sis* ter, Mrs. Willie Oaks, were Friday callers at the Emery Anderson home. Wins Promotion YATES CITY - Harold R. Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ford of Yates City, as* sistant commander of the Army Reserves in Peoria, recently was promoted from lieutenant colonel to colonel. Ford is foreign trade finance manager of Caterpillar Tractor Co. Everywhere yea look there's a WHITE ROOF WHITE'S INSULATION S42-01SS You (an Count on 1 ... 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