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§ Chuckwagon Set; Class of '43 Meets Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Wednesday, July 11,1973 35 Chuckwagon Chiefs Knoxville Junior Woman's Club Chuckwagon committee members are, from left, Mrs. George Suior and Mrs. Charles Brown, holding sign, and Mrs. Jerry Hutson and Mrs. Barry Brown in wagon. Chuckwagon activities will be held July 21 in conjunction with Horse and Buggy Day. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) KNOXVILLE-The KnoxvUte Junior Woman's Chib will hold its annual Chuckwagon this year on July 21 in conjunction with Horse end Buggy Days. Tliis year (he Chuckwagon will be expanded to include a noon meal of homemade chicken and noodles and bam, beans and COTI thread. The evening meal will consist of barbecue, cole slaw, potato chips, baked beans and homemade pie in addition to the noon menu. Mrs. Barry Brown is this year's chairman of the Chuck­ wagon committee. Other members are Mrs. George Sutor, Mrs. Charles Brown and Mrs. Jerry Hutson. The Knoxville High School Class of '43 held its 30th reunion Saturday at Galesburg Holiday Inn. A total of 47 persons were present from eight states. Class teachers, Miss Mable Wcolsey, Knoxville, and Miss Helen Lindrothe, Galesburg, were also present. Invocation was given by Mrs. Daniel Huff, Indianapolis, Ind., and Ray Kemper, Battle Creek, Mich., served as master of ceremonies. Class members were called upon to introduce their spouses and give highlights of their family since the last reunion, five years ago. A telephone call was received during the evening from Leroy West, Sacramento, Calif. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Guy Reem, Ray Kemper and Jack Manuel, Sacramento, Calif., for traveling the longest distance to attend. Others coming from afar were Robert Glore, San Marcos, Tex.; Ray Schroeder, Albuquerque, N. M., and Garrett LaFollette, Denver, Colo. noxv ille Rotary Officers New Knoxville Rotary Club officers were installed during a recent family-night picnic at Sutor Pond. Members pictured are, from left, Stan Sutor, retiring president; William Masters, secretary; Michael Trumbold, vice president; Dale Murdock, treasurer, and Lloyd Cooper, the new president. the homes of members to view pet or livestock projects. Since the Pioneers are members of a combined club, home economic projects were toured as well. Talks and demonstrations were given by Diane Cochran and Joey Gibson on History and Displaying and Folding the Flag; Jim Saline on Growing Popularity of Bicycling; Doug Orwig on Tales of Old; Kathy Cook on Right and Wrong Way to Give ia Demonstration; Mari lyn Stephenson on How to Train a Dog, and Kendall Carrigan on How to Make a Bike Rack. The club was scheduled to tour Moorman Manufacturing Co. today in Alpha. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone S89-2816 The Farmers National Bank of Knoxville Is Paying Maximum Rates Of Interest On All Regular Savings And New Certificates of Deposit, Effective July 1st, 1973 Regular Passbook Savings Earn New 90 Day Certificates of Deposit Earn New 1 - VA Yr. Certificates of Deposit Earn New 21 /2 -4 Yr. Certificates of Deposit Earn Plan Your Savings With "The 'Money Store 1 Bank" . .. Farmers National Bank KNOXVILLE MEMBER F.D.I.C. Arrangements for the reunion were made by Mrs. Wayne Kirk- end'all, Galesburg, and Mrs. Richard Yemim, Knoxville, chairman and co-chairman. Committee members for the next reunion will be Mrs. Charles Cramer, Knoxville; Mrs. Howard Sundberg, Galps- burg, and Mrs. Robert Bowman, Canton. A tour of members' projects highlighted the July 8 meeting of the Appleton Pioneers 4-H Club. The tour consisted of visiting Nation Cooled By Stern* Along Coast By United Press International Portions of the nation cooled off today with thunderstorms in the North and along the Atlantic Coast. The storms formed a wide arc extending from the Northern Rockies across the Great Basin to the Southern Plateau and from the Southern Plains to the Atlantic states. The heaviest rains along the East Coast were concentrated from Georgia across the Carolinas and in Virginia and Maryland. Anandale, Va., reported nearly four inches of rain Tuesday evening, most, of it coming within an hour's time. Fairfax County, Va., experienced disrupted electrical service, some flooding and blown down trees from the storms. In the Southern Plains region, other thunderstorm activity was reported with a tornado sighted near Sayre, Okla. Cool air penetrated into the central Pacific Coast cooling off areas that have experienced record high temperatures in the past few weeks. Early morning temperatures ranged from 45 degrees at Quillayutc, Wash., to 104 at Needles, Calif. <}ate*buig Register-Mail Galeshurg. III. Classified Advertising Dial 343-7181 OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday— 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. Saturday 8 A.M.-3 P.M. TRANSIENT CASH RATE Effective March 1, 1971 Business i». m WANTED odd jobs, home fepalr, panelling and carpenter, Blment work, guttering, waterproofing, painting. Allen Brlggs, 343^684. Words 7-days 4-days 1-day 1-20 I 5,21 3.78 1.50 26-30 J 6.13 | 4.20 i 1.68 6.76 4.49 1.82 WANTED: Any type home repair: cement, carpenter work, .basement waterproofing, gutters, painting. Work guaranteed,, 553 E. Brooks. 343-9563. KNOX Summer painting service, professional experience, / low prices. For free estimate ,call 3430865. 31-35 I 7.84 | 5.24 | 2.13 Blind Ad Charge—50c Card of Thanks, In Memoriam, Lodge Notices, Other Notices, 1 inch or less—$2.75. CASH RATE—Applies when ad Is paid within 8 days from date of last insertion. INDEX Card of TtianKs Building Lots Aviation --Antiques Apartments—Furnished Apartments—Unfurnished . Autos—Sport, Foreign Autos—New — Autos—Used ..— Business Service Business opportunity Boats and Motors ELLISON'S Refrigeration & Appliance Service 342-2567 .... WEED MOWING E. J. MARTIN - 34*0521 The Persifer Homcmaker Extension Unit will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Dahinda United Methodist Church. lvc" ;; rJ ,|, i!>'"' Journalism Award Lisa Pearson, left, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pearson, 1122 N. Broad St. receives a third-place medal in all-around newspaper journalism during a recent summer workshop in communications at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Presenting the award is W. Manion Rice, associate professor of journalism. In center is Mary Jo McNulty, an award winner from Elk Grove Village. ABINGDON MRS. GERALDINE BAUER CORRESPONDENT [Home Address: RFD St. Augustine, 111. Ph. 462-2477 Abingdon Class Reunion Held ABINGDON - Abingdon High School class of 1953 held its 20th reunion at Meling's Restaurant Saturday. About 55 persons attended, including Janet Landon who traveled the farthest, from San Gabriel, Calif. The committee for the reunion was Bill Lomiax, George Landon, Mrs. Lloyd Yoho and Mrs. Marvin Kirby. Appointed to the committee far the 25th reunion were Clarence Thurman, Mavis Meadows, Mrs. Donald Harper and Hubert Meadows. The county meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary, scheduled to be held in Abingdon July 12, has been cancelled. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Buikeley, former Abingdon residents. Mrs. Bill Gliesman has returned home after a two-week trip to Zeneta, Ore., where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan McDonald and Vanesa. Mrs. Thomas Sheridan and children of Fort Wayne, Ind., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ezzo and other Abingdon relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Les Foster have returned home from a two-week trip to Tampa, Indian Rock and Daytona Beach, Fla. On the Couple, Woman From Oquawka Visit Arkansas OQUAWKA—Mr. and Mrs. Alien Essex and his mother, Mrs. Nannie Essex, have returned home after a week's vacation in the Arkansas Ozarks and other points of interest. They also visited Mrs. Nannie Essex' aunt, Mrs. Elay Highitbw- er, Gillette, Ark. Mrs. Verlee Fortcy, Hemet, Calif., is visiting here with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Ruberg, and (With other oreiaiives an West Burlington, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. B'iMy F. Essex, Nannette and Lance, Columbus, Ohio, recently visited several! days with Ms mother, Mrs. Nannie Essex, and other relatives. Miss Gayle Pruett and Pat Ryan of near Abingdon and Miss Linda Pruett, Oquawka, spent a week recently visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Alice Pruett. Photographer Saves Life SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) Bruce McKim was monitoring emergency radios in his car listening for tips that might get him a picture in his job as a Seattle Times photographer. He heard a report of. a man who had suffered a heart attack while driving nearby. McKim sped to the scene, lifted the v stricken driver, Burness Bethel, 66, from his car and began administering mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and massaging his chest. Fire Department paramedics arrived on the scene shortly after and took Bethel to Harborview Medical Center. The paramedics credited McKim's swift action in saving Bethel's life. Rogers Reunion Held at Church FARMINGTON - Descendents of Edward Solomon and Elizabeth Wood Rogers held a reunion July 8 in Farmington United Presbyterian Church's Fellowship Hall. The pioneer Rogers family moved to Salem Township, Fulton County, in 1848 from Harrison County, Va. Aly Rients, an International Farm Youth Exchange student from the Netherlands, spoke about her life on a farm which at one time was on the bottom of the Zuider Zee. She is visiting for three weeks with the Frederic Taylor family of near Alexis. Officers elected at the reunion for the coming year include Glen Rogers, president; Mrs. Frederic Taylor, vice president; Mrs. Glen Quin, secretary-treas i 62 75A 31 53 64 77 78 79 7 17 70 Child Care -Jg Coins — Stamps — Mlsc 3a COUNTRY CORNER— Jft Farm - Miscellaneous 40 Farms and Acreages—Rent 41 Farms and Acreages—Sale 42 Pasture for Rent 4d Farm Implements - Services..44 Feed - Seed - Fertilizer* 45 Poultry and Supplies 46 Livestock and supplies 47 AucUons 48 Commercial Property - 59 Construction Equipment 75 Employment Wanted 14 Garages --- 60 Good Things to Eat Help Wanted—Male 11 Help Wanted—Female —. --J2 Help Wanted—Male, Female 13 Household Goods —26 Home Improvement - — 20 Houses for Rent 55 In Memoriam f Instruction — 15 Insurance *j» Investments - »? Lawn and Garden Needs 34 Iiost and Found J Moving — Storage. 8 Money to Loan—Wanted 1» Musical ... fg Mobile Homes for Rent 56 Mobile Home Spaces -87 Mobile Homes for Sale — 6« Motorcycles - Bicycles ---- ™ New Ilouscs for Sale 62A Notices - Lodge , 3 Notices - Other 4 Notices - Special - Personal 5 Office Space . --- -50 Photography - 20 Pets and Supplies 33 Property Management IB Rooms for Rent - 51 Resorts and Cottages 6V Room and Board 52 Real Estate for Sale 63 Real Estate Wanted — 64 Real Estate—Out of Town 65 Sporting Goods - 71 Transportation - „» Trailers - Campers - Equip. —-'2 Tires - Accessories - Parts 73 Trucks - Truck Trailers 76 TV - Radio - Stereo 27 Wanted to Buy - Misc. -35 Wanted to Rent 5R Miscellaneous . 30 CITYWIDE RUBBISH RfcMQVAL We furnish metal containers for apts., business offices, stores and factories. 1 cubic yardithru 50 cubic yard sizes. We rent flatbed trucks or containers for one stop spring cleanup, remodeling or Honey Do special projects. Call low bidder Bill, 3421134. 24 years of experience. INTERIOR and Exterior House painting Minor repairs'Free estimate. Call 462-3986, Abingdon. WEED MOWING 343-5949 Seeding & Sodding E. J. MARTIN - 34,3:0521 CARPET CLEANING. Dirt is actually extracted, not just surface cleaned wiUi cleans clear soft water steam. No Jang drying period. Ron's Steamliner, 3424232. Moving - Storage-^; STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE NOW!. Puckett Moving & Storage Grand and Penna.—343-9149 if" Child Care—10 BABYSITTER wanted in my home for one 4 year old hdjr'. second shift, in Henderson, 111.' ,Call 343__0816. ,_^\ BABYSITTER needed for second shift, 4 to 12 p.m. Call between 9 _a.m. and 3 p.in., 343-474?,.^, REXiABLE'babysitter wanted day's", your home, new baby. Write Box i)13, cure Galesburg Register-Mall, tncludlng_rcCcrences. WILL DO babysitting in my home clays. Weekly or by the hour. Babies welcome. Florence Ave. location. Licensed. 343 J 7701. Card ol Thanks—1 STORY BOOK CHILD CARE CENTER 369 N. Kellogg Hours: 6:30 to 6:00 • Air Conditioned 342-3060 Help Wanted - Male-11 NEED A SECOND JOB? Opportunity to cam good money. 343-2106, Elcctrolux, Division of Consolidated Foods. An equal opportunity _ employer^ WANTED — Full time service station attendant. Must bo 21 years old, experienced in tuncup and minor auto repairs. Apply Bill's Shell Service, Knoxville, 1)1. MEMBERS of the Gllson Community ' Church wish to gratefully acknowledge the donation of the assets of the Wolf Community Church. Gllson.Conmrunlty_Clvurch WE WISH to express our deepest grntitudc and appreciation, to Pastor Harold Ahlberg, Drs. Thompson and Malstrom, the nursing staff of 1st floor North " of Cottage Hospital, Consumer's Grain & Supply, Kline's and to all our relatives and friends who remembered us in so many ways in tho loss oi our husband and father. The Family of Carl L. Miller LARGE agricultural company needs metal fabrication foreman. Top benefits plus $13,000 fee paid. Call Bob Tllton. 342-1112, "Wlttle, _J ?ryor & Smith Personnel. ' MAINTENANCE electrician fo"r permanent year round Work at Knox College. Pleasant working conditions and good fringe benefits. For appointment call 343-0112 ext. 251. WANTED immediately—Carpenter, must be able to do carpenter 342-7872 after work P.M. well. 3:30 SEMI DRIVER wanted to run 30 states. Call 343-9910. , Notices - Special - Personal—5 PREGNANT and NEED HELP? Call Birthright 343-4913 DRINKING PROBLEM? Want to do something about it? Let us help you help yourself. Phone 342-2179, 24 hours. Confidential. Lost and Found—6 LARGE white male Husky found in Oneida area Friday, 483-6149, 8 A.M. - 12 P.M. $25 REWARD for registered red & white, 2-year-old St. Bernard. Lost between Alexis and Gerlaw. Answers to "Brutus," Call collect 482-3227. Business Service—7 TREE cutting, roofing, general hauling. Call 343-2906. Reasonable rates. Insured. PAINTING Interior or Exterior. For freo estimates call 342-3906 anytime. Fully insured, LAWN building, roofing, general homo repairs. WILSON SERVICES INC. :w.i--ma WANTED -r A " kinds of carpenter work. Freo estimates. Work guaranteed. Phone 342-5348. B & R CARPET SERVICE New & Used Installed Repairs — All Kinds 342-4650 way home they attended the wedding of their niece in Colum-iurer, and Mrs. Rogers, histor- Mrs. Mable Swanson, Mrs. hia, S. C. lan. Louise Hullick and Mrs. Jean- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morris Next years reunion will be Smith and children have ra- have returned home from a two held at the same place July 7. SHOP WHERE THE BARGAINS ARE THE CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 343-7181 WANTED — Married man for full time farm help. Cattle,' no hogs. Experience, reference required. Located 2 mi. from town in Genosco area. 309j!M<l-6234. SELECTED POSITIONS (partial listing) "'• Plant Mgr.—Fee Paid - $20,000 Design Engr.—Area Co. —..$15,000 Safety Engr.—O.S.H.A. $13,000 IE—Solid futurel $13,000 Ad Designer—Commercial ..$10,000 Tool Designer—Fixtures' ...:$10,000 Draftsman—Arch'l or Mech. $10,001) Diesel Modi,—<Nico crewT'— .$9,000 Foreman—Shipping $9,000 Tool & Die—local - .—$8,840 Malnt. Man—Indust'I. $8,500 Welder—Combination $8,500 Truck Driver—pass ICC $7,000 Asst. Foreman—No exp. req...$5,50O Call Bob Tllton, 342-1112, •Wlttle, Pryor & Smith Personnel WANTED — Commercial salesman. Salary plus commission, tire experience necessary. Inquire in person. Quint's Tire Service, 642 SALES: Individual with agriculture" background to sell to farmer dealers. $9,000 plus expenses. Fee paid. Call Jim Scattergood, 3421112, WitUe, Pryor & Smith Personnel. SALESMEN LAST JOB! National corporation manufacturing lighting products for industrial and commercial accounts has openings for salesmen in local areas. Must be non-pressure^, .honest and sincere individual looking for his LAST JOB; must be qualified to open new accounts as well as upgrade established" users. Repeat business, secure future. Liberal training; compensation, benefits. . CALL COLLECT MR. PATRICK 201-867-1112 An Equal Opportunity Employer OPPORTUNITY: If you are working now and are a High School grad. just making ends meet this could bo your chance to get ahead. Join a fast growing wholesale firm starting at $7,800 and benefits. Call Jim Scattergood. 342-1112, Wittle, Pryor & Smith Personnel. (Continued on Page 36) Help Wanied - Male—11 Help Wanted - Male—11 in turned home from a trip to San- week trip to Pasadena, Calif., jford, N. C, where they visited!where they visited her mother, 'relatives. They aiso were dinner'Mrs. Minnie Warren. ! READ THE WANT ADS! EXPERIENCED PARTS' or COUNTER MAN needed for New Car Dealership Good opportunity for the right person. Reply to P.O. BOX 350, GALESBURG

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