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GalMbuiM Register-Mail, Galesburg, Friday, Oct 18.1963 t». MARKET REPORTS Oih*bw§ Htf Market Gal«b*r| Order Btyers C. B. A Q. Stockyard! Market 25-36 cents lower. Bulk of eastern shipping hogs, $14.90-$15.15. Top, $15.40. Quotations: 200-230 $14.85415.40 230-260 ^..$14.25.115.25 260-300 $14.00-$14.75 Sows; 300-500 -'. $12.76-$14.00 Monday's Estimates CHICAGO (AP) - Estimated livestock receipts for Monday are 14,000 cattle, 0,000 hogs and 700 sheep. Bvthnall livestock Market is unevenly lower. Top, $15.85. Bulk 180-240 pounds, $15-25; 240-300, $14.50-$15; sows steady, bulking at $12.75-$14.50; cattle steady, lambs, weak. slaughter steers steady to M lower; around seven loads prime 1,150-1,350 lb slaughter steers 25.25; high choice 1,050* 1,325 lbs 24.50-25.00; bulk choice 950-1,300 lbs 23.50-24.56; comparable grade 1,300*1,450 lbs 22.50-23.75; choice 1,400-1,500 lbs 22,00-22,25; good 900*1,250 lbs 22.25-23.25; load high choice and prime 904 heifers 23.75; choice 800-1,100 lbs mostly 22.50-23.50; good 21.25*22.00; utility and commercial cows 13.75-15.25. Sheep 200; few sales slaughter lambs and ewes steady; good and choice 80-100 lb wooled slaughter lambs 18.00-19.00; few choice and prime 19.50; cull to good wooled slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. Intarior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) (USDA) — Interior Illinois hog prices (State - Federal): Receipts 32,000; butchers 25 to 50 lower; 1-3 190-240 lb butchers 14.75-15.25; 1-2 200-230 lbs 15.2515.50; over 100 head sorted Is 15.60-16.00; 1-3 240-270 lbs mostly 14.25-14.75; 1-3 280-350 lb sows 13.75-14.50; 1-3 350-400 lbs 12.7513.75; 2-3 400-500 lbs 12.00-12.75; 2-3 500-600 lbs 11.00-12.00. Paoria Livestock PEORIA, 111. (AP) - (USDA) —Hogs 4,700; moderately active, butchers fully 25 lower; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-2 195-230 lb butchers 15.50-15.75; mixed 1-3 190-250 lbs 15.25-15.50; 1-3 250-280 lbs 15.00-15.25; few 23 250-310 lbs 14.75-15.00; 1-3 270370 lb sows 14.00-14.50; 1-3 370400 lbs 13.50-14.00; 2-3 400-650 lbs 13.00-13.50. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - USDA) Hogs 9,500; butchers 25 to 50 lower; largely 1-2 200-225 lb butchers 15.75-16.00; mixed 13 180-250 lbs 15.25-15.85; 2-3 250280 lbs 14.85- 15.25; mixed 1-3 300-400 lb sows 13.75-14.50 ; 400500 lbs 13.25-13.75. Cattle 6,000; calves none; Courtyard Sale Knoxvilla Squara SAT., OCT. II Misc. Baka Goods — Coftaa KNOXVILLE SR. WOMAN'S CLUB Rain Data — Octobar 21 GIGANTIC COMMUNITY Backyard Sale 495 W. TOMPKINS FRI. * SAT., Oct. I to I Welch jump chair, alactrlc train, lovaly childran'a clothaa 1 to S, •dull and taan aga clothing, all aaaaona, antique!, lamps, household Items. PROTECTION from Eaves Drainage Chicago Product CHICAGO (UPI) - Produce: Live poultry too few receipts to report prices. Cheese processed loaf 39%-44; brick 40-45; Swiss grade A 5055; B 50-54. Butter steady; 93 score 58; 92 score 58; 90 socre 56%; 89 score 55%. Eggs about steady, white large extras 37; mixed large extras 36%; mediums 29%; standards 33%. BULLETIN BADEN-BADEN, GeffMfly (UPt)-Mexk* City today won the vote of the Inter* national ofymnfc Commit* tee to hoit theINS Olympic summer gamei. Mexico City won on the first cotnt with 31 votes. Detroit was aecond with 14, Lyons, France, third with It and Buenos Aires last with two. Bank Naniecl- (Continued from page 2) Russians Launch New Satellite Into Orbit MOSCOW (UPI) - The Soviet Union today launched into orbit the 20th in a series of un manned space satellites designed to prepare the way for additional manned flights, the official Tass News Agency said. The "Sputnik" — nicknamed "Cosmos 20" — is the latest research vehicle in a program announced by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev during an election speech he gave March 16, 1962. Tass said "Cosmos 20" carried a radio transmitter operating on a frequency of 19.995 megahertz, "a radio system for accurate measurement of orbital elements; and a radio telemetric system for relaying to earth data on the functioning of the equipment and scientific instrumentation." Two of the-Ivy League's football captains are centers. They are Yale's George Humphrey from Chagrin Falls, Ohio and Penn's Fred Jaffin from Ambler, Pa. able." Payment of the person* al check also was refused, with "no account" given as the reason. The court was told that the Waukegan bank was reimbursed for the 1387.46 check and that this amount remained in the estate account Stickell opened as executor. The former Galesburg attor ney said the cashier's checks were signed by an individual who had been named president of the bank Stickell was in the process of buying. State banking officials declined to permit this person to serve as president and he voided all transactions with which he had been connected during his brief term as president, it was stated. Stickell Indicted Stickell subsequently was in dieted by a federal district court grand jury at Denver, Colo. Charges in the indictment alleged that he transport ed or caused to be transported in inter-state commerce, from Waukegan to Colorado, securi ties which were obtained by fraud. Another count in the indictment listed a $10,000 cashier's check, payable to Stickell and transported from Gales burg to Colorado. Appearing in Denver shortly after his Sept. 17 appearance here, Stickell pleaded not guilty to the charges in the indictment and was released on $10,000 bond, pending trial of his case. Gets Marriage offers MELMERBY, England (UPI) —James Newbould, 39, who was given one month to find a wife, already has received 30 marriage proposals. He was told last week that the rural council would turn him out of his bungalow unless he married. FOR SALE 1957 Super 88 Old's 4-door. In nice shape — Excellent tires. Priced reasonable. PHONE 342-9157 after 5 P.M. Backyard Sale 711 Wlllard SAT.. OCT. IS — t to 5 Storm windows, dishes. Scout uniform, twin boys clothing, baby clothing, ate. • • • with SPLASH BLOCKS' — ALSO — # Parking Shocks # Patio Stones # Scallop Border So* them now at , 10OO Monmouth Blvd. Galesburg 342-2813 YOU MAY HAVE Termites AND NOT EVEN KNOW IT! CALL US FOR SKILLED INSPECTION BY BRUCE- TERMINIX THE NATIONWIDE TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE SIMPSON-POWEISON LUMBER CO. 159 S, Prairie St. Ph. 343-4137 Uses Real Bullets ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI)-Mi chael Turner, 4, got a big bang out of his pop gun. He fired a .45 caliber bullet from the cork gun. The boy was shaken but un harmed. The toy was shattered KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Homo Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289-9172 Legion Unit Picks Officers KNOXVILLE — New officers have been announced by the Women's Auxiliary to the Knoxville Post of American Legion. Assuming duties in the October meeting in the Legion Home they are: Mrs. Grace McOrew, president; Mrs. Harold Perry, first vice president; Mrs. Virgil WINDOWS WASHED EAVES (LEANED Dial 343-1771 — 343-M23 Baiora Noon, Altar 7:30 p.m. Lost or Strayed 430 LB. HEREFORD STEER CALF RALPH FOULK Laura. 111. Phona Brlmflald 2134 Butts, second vice president; Miss Ramona Stickell, treasurer; Mrs. Raymond Peterson, historian; Mrs. Kenneth Martin, chaplain; Mrs. Clarence Smith, sergeant-at-arms, and Mrs. Clyde Sherman, secretary. Committee heads are Mrs. Harold Perry, membership; Mrs. Jack Brodine, Americanism; Mrs. D. N. Cottle, child welfare; Mrs. Glen Way, community service; Mrs. Stanley Baker, coupons; Mrs. Gerald Lambert, civil defense; Mrs. S. B. Davis, constitution and bylaws; Mrs. Steve Courter, auxiliary loan fund and education and scholarship. Also, Mrs. Robert Stickell, Gold Star; Mrs. Max Mathers, finance and revision; Mrs. Imogene Butt, 111 i n i Girls State; Mrs. Roy Nyers, Pan American relations; Mrs. Hans Thompson, Past President Parley; Mrs. Virgil Butts, poppy; Mrs. Clyde Sherman, publicity; Mrs. John Oberschlake, legislative. Also, Mrs. William Goudie, national security; Mrs. William Parker, social; Mrs. Elmer Steck, sunshine; Mrs. Bessie Mathews, music; Mrs. Stanley Baker, members liaison, and ways and means, Mrs. Perry and Mrs. Way. The program was a talk on the Knox County Nursing Home by Mrs. Harold Listen Two delegates, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Way, were named to work with the Junior Woman's Club on the new park project. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Don Chapman, Mrs. Max Mathers and Mrs. Richard LaFollette. Knoxville Churches Schedules Services Pastors of Knoxville churches have announced Sunday services and other church functions in the week ahead. They are: First Methodist—Miles Jackson, pastor. Worship service 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Layman's Sunday. Dean Mathews, lay leader will deliver the talk on the subject, "From Ramparts We Watch." Junior high MYF 5 p.m. Senior high MYF 6:30 p.m. Missionary meeting sponsored by WSCS 7:30 p.m. Surender Singh will speak on the topic of Asia and show slides. Knox County CROP board will meet at the church Tuesday 8 p.m. Quiet day sponsored by WSCS Friday 2 p.m. First Christian—Arvid Oleson, was given by Harold Saline and i demonstration on "How to Clean an Air-Cleaner on a Tractor" by David Gustafson and "How to Build a Lamb Creep" by Gary Saline. Sunny 4 *H Meets Members of the Sunny 4-H Club met at Glisson Community Center with the Dugan family as hosts. Plans for a hayrack ride and wiener roast Oct. 27 were discussed. Achievement Day is Nov. 2. EXTRA LAROE Backyard Sale Furnltura. clothing and diahaa. what-knoti and anilquaa. BATUDAY, OCT. 13 7 to 4 Nothing aold bafora 7. 341 LYMAN ST. Backyard Sale 331 Franklin SATURDAY, OCT. It Nothing Bold Bafora t Syrocko Plaqua Sat, lota of baby itama, labia lampi, clothing, alias 12 to 22Va. Not Raiponslbla for Accidanta A EARN 0 MORE WITH INSURED SAFETY Invtatmtntt by th« 15th Earn from tht First with Insured Softty Backyard & Rummtge Sales, etc. Mutt bo In our office 13 noon day before ad runt. Call 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. Layman's Sunday. Guest speaker Harding Williams, principal of the local high school. CYF tri-county meeting at Galesburg 2:30 p.m. District No. 1 CMF rally at Walnut Monday 6:30 p.m. Bible study and discussion Wednesday 7 p.m. Smorgasbord Friday begins at 5 p.m. Grace Lutheran — Arne E. Peterson, pastor. Confirmation class Saturday 9:30 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Service by men of the church in observance of churchmen's Sunday. Mother-daughter banquet Tuesday 6 p.m.; Miss Rosa Fillman, parish education worker from the First Lutheran Church in Monmouth, will present the program on the topic "Hymns for Her." Gilson Community — Rev. Thelma Case. Worship services 9 a.m., sermon, "Come Follow Me." Sunday school 10 a.m. Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Witnesses — Speaker, Delias Stanley on topic, "The Bible, A Man-Made Book or Divine Guide?" 2:30 p.m. Watchtower study 3:45 p.m. First United Presbyterian — Howard Bailey, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45. Worship at 11 a.m. Sermon, "Where Does It All Stop?" Elders will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. Charles Martins Complimented Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin observed their 50th wedding anniversary which occurred Oct 7 with open house at Newman Community Center Sunday afternoon. Many gifts and cards were received by the couple. Their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren,, in addition to 185 other relatives and friends attended. Guests were present from Chicago, Hanna City, Monica Yates City, Trivoli, Glasford Canton, Farmington, Macomb Avon, Prairie City, DeLong, Alexis, Little York, Monmouth Maquon, Alpha, London Mills, Abingdon, Fairview, Ellisville, Galesburg and Knoxville. Knoxville News Briefs Mrs. Maude Gillett of Victoria was a guest in the Stanley Baker home Wednesday. Mrs. Martha Gustafson Peterson of Bogota, South America was a guest Sunday in the home of her sister, Mrs. G. E. Abernethy. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Shores of Canton; Robert Abernethy of Gilson; Miss S. Evans of Gales burg and Clark Mugrage and daughter, Miss Loretta Mugrage of Galva. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Abernethy, Connie and Rodney and Mrs G. E. Abernethy visited Mrs Peterson and the Clark Mugrage family in Galva Wednesday. A brother, G. F. Gustafson of Ames, Iowa, visited in Galva the same day. Mrs. Peterson plans to return Saturday to her home in Bogota, South America. The regular meeting of Newman Community Club will be held Saturday evening at New man Center. Garage Sale 1500 CONGER SAT., OCT. 19 - 9 to 4 Clothing & Misc. Items TREES CUT AND BRUSH REMOVED HEDGEPOSTS CUT Call 342-4657 ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phont 591 high young people meets in the church parlor. Abingdon News Briefs Abingdon Royal Neighbors will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in bank directors room. Mrs. Walter Miller, former Abingdon resident, was a guest at Chapter BB PEO Tuesday meeting in the home of Mrs. Robert Gustus. Mrs. Herb Clausen and daughter Sarah Margaret of Springfield are spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Clausen and visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pearson, Galesburg. Legion(Continued from page 13) Auto Driver(Continued from page 2) Appleton Pioneer Club Picks Officers New officers for the Appleton Pioneer 4-H Club were elected at a meeting at the Appleton Grade School. They are: Jerry Saline, president; John Fields, vice president; Lorraine O'Brian, secretary; John Kennedy, treasurer; Gary Saline, reporter; Barbara Saline, program chairman, and David Gustafson, recorder. Council members are David Asbury and Harold Saline. A talk on "Ladder Safety" illegal transportation count developed when the trooper said he found an open bottle of liquor beside Johnson on the seat of the car. Court records also listed dismissal of a reckless driving charge against Thomas Hilgenberg, 19, of 510 Irwin St., and the filing of a new charge of following too closely, to which he pleaded guilty. He was fined $50, plus costs. This case developed from an accident on U.S. 150, just north of the city limits, in which Hilgenberg's car was reported to have struck a car driven by Raymond F. Cratty, justice of the peace, who was injured in the mishap. A case against Harold F. Dumse, 47, of 1510 W. Main St., also took on a new aspect today in court. The original charge of driving while intoxicated was dismissed and he pleaded guilty to a new charge of reckless driving. He was fined $150 and costs. Dumse was charged after his arrest July 15, when his car was said to have struck a car parked in front of 92 N. Henderson St. He did not take a blood alcohol content test. Arraignment of Harold King, 44, of 426 N. Academy St., on a charge of driving while intoxicated, was set for Oct. 22, and he was released on $1,000 bond. King was arrested by city police Thursday about 10 p. m., after he was said to have run a traffic signal at Henderson and Fremont Streets. Police said they smelled the odor of alcohol on his breath when he stopped. He did not take a test. BASEMENT SALE 310 E. FERRIS ST. Acroii From YMCA. FRIDAY, OCT. 13 4 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. SATURDAY, OCT. IS 3:30 a.m. til 3 p.m. Chlldian and adult clothing, mUc. itama, Iponaorad by tha Rallai Sociaty, Church IDS. LICENSE SERVICE DRAFTING PICTURE FRAMING RENTAL ITEMS HOBBY CRAFTS DECOR CENTEX 1058 E. IOSEY 3434516 SUM'S BASEMENT SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 19 40 4 B HAM, BEANS and CORNBREAD All You Can Est 75e Children 50c CHILDREN UNDER C FREE Serving From 11 A.M. 'Till 7 P.M. AMERICAN LEGION HOME 571 E. NORTH ST. Benefit NURSES TRAINING ^ Big Yard Bala— 634 8. Elm. From 10 till ? Sat., Oct. 19. Nothing aold ba­ fora 10. Lots of clothing, deluxe Storkline baby buggy, 14" tubeless tire. Some antique spoons & dishes. Old muzzle loader double barrel gun. Fancy work. Lots of misc. Homemade pies, cakes, candy. Tomatoes, apples, nuts. Hot dogs and coffee served all day $.15. Not responsible for accidents. GARAGE AND YARD SALE 943 S. PEARL SATURDAY, OCT. 19 A Liltla Bit of Everything PRICED TO SELL WEAVERS Eaii Edga of Altona on Blacktop APPLES and SWEET CIDER 75c Gal. Opan Thru Hallowaan FARMERS ATTENTION Naw galvanlxad 23 gauga building ahaat*. 5c a squara foot. Shaata 3 'xM' — 33.00. 400 N. WHITESBORO Phona 343-0313 TERMITES? FOR FREE INSPECTION -CALL- ALEXANDER LUMBER CO. 215 EAST SOUTH STREET- 943-2171 Agents for COPPES TERMITE CONTROL SERVICE, INC. •?w It yrs. depeedabla eervica Clubs Report on Projects ABINGDON—Abingdon Business and Professional Woman 's Club Tuesday evening in Friendly Cafe accepted the 196344 budget presented by Mrs. Loava VanderWert, Chuckwagon dinner returns were reported sufficient to carry out club projects, including the scholarship for a senior girl. Guests included Mrs. Pauline Morris, Mrs. Thelma Routh (former member) and Mrs. Donna Morrison who talked on cake decorating, demonstration of which was given for a birthday cake and presented Mrs. Leona Milward whose birthday occurred Oct. 16. October program committee was composed of Mrs. Helen Stockham and Mrs. Mabel Swanson. Mrs. Stockman presented Mrs. Morrison. Club Plans Display The Executive Board of the Junior Woman's Club of Abingdon met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Johnson. Mrs. Dewey Gordon, president, announced that the annual holiday candle display will be at Harris Appliance store Saturday. Orders will be taken all day. Proceeds from the sale of these candles go to scholarships for teachers of exceptional children a state Junior IFWC project. Mrs. Wayne Green, social chairman, reported a Halloween party for members' children Oct. 26. Trick and treat candy will be distributed at the meeting Tuesday night. This is in support of the state Junior IFWC project, the Brain Research Foundation. Church Schedules Are Announced Following are service schedules of Abingdon Methodist and Christian Churches: First Methodist — Francis W. Samuelson, minister. Membership class for youth and adults at the parsonage Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Church service 10:45 a.m. First session of the school of missions 6:30 to 8.15 p.m. The schedule includes classes for all ages; the theme is "The Changing City." Monday, commission on missions, 8 p.m. Tuesday, commission on membership and evangelism visit in teams of two 7 p.m. First Christian — Donald T. Hogan, minister. 9:45 a.m. church school; 10:50 a.m. worship and communion. Sermon, "A Living Sacrifice." High school young people meet 2:15 p.m. at the church to go to Tri- County youth fellowship meet at First Christian Church, Galesburg. Thursday 7 p.m. Chi Rho Fellowship for seventh and eighth graders meets in the Fellowship Hall. Christian Youth Fellowship 7 p.m. for senior bership chairman, was presented an achievement memento. The Altona post's 1964, membership surpasses the 1963 total. This is the first post in the council and 15th District makeup of the state legion to record the achievement. Badamo presented additional honors of the evening when Carl Goethe, Knox County treasurer and a Galesburg legionnaire, was cited. Goethe received a 40-year membership lapel pin and a legion cap ornament for more than 40 years of continuous membership in the organization. Charles Dickerson, dean of the Noble post past commanders, was introduced. Dickerson was the post commander in 1925, and Moon was post commander in 1942, Lasecki announced. A memorial service was held for Achmed L. (Acky) Johnson, a past post and county commander, who died unexpectedly Thursday. Altona will host the Nov. 21 council dinner meeting. Plan WRC Tag Day Galesburg Woman's Relief Corps will hold its annual tag day this evening and Saturday. Proceeds will be used for patriotic work, as well as for several civic organizations including the United Fund. STUMP CUTTING May coat laaa than you think to gat rid of that unalghtly atump. Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phona 343-0313 ASSISTANT MANAGER WANTED at Five Minute Car Wash, 1585 N. Henderson. Apply in person. Saturday A.M. BUILDING FOR RENT ALSO RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT FOR SALE —Call— 343-1213 or 343-7033 Backyard Sale 3253 OXFORD LANE Lincolnshire SATURDAY, OCT. 13 9 a.m. till Noon Lota of good clothing, dishaa, record*, hooka and many mi»c. item*. YARD SALE SAT., OCT. 19 404 Monmouth Blvd. Clothing, boat, outboard motor, decoy*, ate. Net Raiponiibla lor Acpidtnta THERE'S NOTHING LIKE SOFT WATER • For Lcundry • For Bath • For Kitchen With an WATER 'SOFTENER Galesburg Soft Water Co. Phone 343-9068 175 N. Cherry Galesburg, III. BUDGET BASKET with 14 FRIED CHICKEN French Fries OOt Cole Slaw 03 (Price good any time) Phone 116 for faster ca'rryout service SIMMS DAIRY BAR Route 41 Abingdon, Illinois FOR SALE No Dead Elms! This lovely 4 Bedroom frame homo is shaded by hard maples and poplars. 16x28 living room with large fireplace. 10x16 family room, large kitchen and full bath down. 3 large bedrooms with extra large closets, full bath and sleeping porch up. Full basement, large lot, near grade school, roof practically new. Extra nice hardwood floors up and down. Shown by appointment Dave Williams Broker 500 N. Swarts - Ph. 540 Abingdon Sudzy Sez: If you'd rather be at ease let Sudzy try and please. TRY YOUR SUDZY'S MAYTAG EQUIPT COIN WASH TODAY 1177 MONMOUTH BLVD. Galesburg 11th and BROADWAY Monmouth f • af^^Sk

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