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Foreigners To Study S. Illinois HElffilN, 111. (AP) - More than 170 industrialists and labor spokesmen f-om foreign nations will spend two days in Southern Illinois next week reviewing the region's progress against a sag* ging economy. The visitors from at least seven countries are making the tour under auspices of the International Development Agency at the request of the State Department. To Washington They will interview officials in Washington, D.C., to learn reasons for creation of the U.S. Area Redevelopment Administration. Then in Southern Illinois, one of the five U.S. areas the ARA originally listed as economically distressed, the group will be offered a look at some resulting projects. On the roster are visits to the new Carbondale division of Technical Tape Corp. of New Rochelle, N.Y., Good Luck Glove Company's Metropolis division, a new space-age equipment firm in Herrin, and talks with development promoters who are working with the ARA. The group is to arrive Monday and leave Tuesday. A spokesman noted the visitors will be seeing the region's new emphasis on modern industry rather than its traditional coal, petroleum, fruit and farming industries. Avon Woman Returns Home From Texas AVON - Mrs. Nina Harrison has returned home after a «month vacation spent with her daughters and their families. Mrs. Harrison spent from April 1 to July 1 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frannie Kidwell at Cox's Creek, Ky., and from July 1 to the present time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter LaCompte and family in Freeport, Tex. While in Texas, she attended the wedding of her grandson Jerry to Geraldine Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Davis visited Sunday at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins in Kirkwood. Frank and Clive Ragon spent Friday with their sister, Mrs. Norah Unckles in Monmouth. Mrs. A. K. Gillett has returned home from Cottage Hospital after surgery. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rock and family of rural Avon have moved into the property just west of Mr. and Mrs. George Bernhart Sr. Maurice (Pat) Kruzan entered Saunders Hospital Tuesday for medical care, as did Alan Grif fith. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffith. Alan underwent an appendectomy. Class Meets At Toulon TOULON — The Dorcas Class of Toulon Methodist Church met Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs. Mabel Wilson with Mrs. Louise Younger as co-hostess. Mrs. Lucille Bowes gave the devotions and Miss Verna Cooley and Mrs. Bowes directed the program. Third Division American Legion Commander Charles M Wilson and Mrs. Wilson attended the 16th District American Legion convention Sunday at Delavan. Verne Roach, who has been a patient at Dwight Veterans Hospital spent the weekend at home. He is still in a wheel chair. Wedding in 4-H Leaders Honored At Banquet Four-H Club charters were awarded to newly organized clubs by Mrs. Everett Taylor, Knox County home adviser, and Charles Orcutt, assistant farm adviser at the Knox County 4-H leaders banquet recently in the Farm Bureau auditorium. Following dinner served by the federation board Mike Hen- r.enfent welcomed the leaders and Guy Bates responded. Awarded charters by Mrs. Taylor were Spork and Foon 4-H Club, Salem Stitch 'n Pick, Merry Makers, Se-Co-Ettes, Merry Misses and Chat 'n Chewz clubs. Mr. Orcutt awarded the charter to the Circle K Club of Knoxville. Mrs. Taylor introduced the new assistant home adviser, Mrs. Fairrus Potter. Miniature yellow mum corsages were presented to Mrs. Charles Orcutt, Mrs. Thomas Hoben, Mrs. Arol Burns, Mrs. Ronald Fields and Mrs. Edsel Nelson in appreciation for their assistance at the 4-H Fair food stand. Clover pins were presented to leaders who have served their clubs with 5, 10, 15, et cetera, years of club leadership. Mrs. Taylor presented 10- year pins to Mrs. Everett Nelson, and Mrs. Richard Burgland. Awarded 5-year pins were Mrs. Robert D. Johnson, Mrs. Ronald Fields, Mrs. Alvin Capp, Mrs. Harley Olson, Mrs, James Thompson, Mrs. Richard Fennig, Mrs. Leonard Heu- bloom, Mrs. Claire Cooper and Mrs. Dale Williamson. Robert Gustafso.., Paul Powers, Harold Thurman, Alan Freberg, Gale McKee, Oliver Murk and Rolland Main received 5-year pins from Charles Orcutt. Recreation consisting of square dancing and social dancing, was led by Rolland Terpening. Coming Knox County 4-H events include Oct. 30 when reporters' scrapboofc, are due and Nov. 9 when the annual Achievement Day program will be held at the Orpheum Theater. Is Kewanee CAMBRIDGE—Miss Billie Jo Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berwyn Stach, Cambridge and Jeffrey Kask, son of Mr and Mrs. Vern Kask of An dover, were married at 4 Saturday afternoon in the home of Raymond Benedict, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kewanee Members of the immediate families were present for the ceremony The bride wore a sheath dress of white brocade with an over jacket trimmed in white fur. Her hat was styled in a bow effect and veil. Her flow ers were red roses Miss Penny Lee Campbell who served her sister as her attendant, wore a two-piece blue suit with black acces sories. Her flowers were white carnations Brian Danielson of Rock Is land was the best man. A reception was held in the American Legion Hall at Cam bridge for relatives and friends After a short wedding trip they will reside at 733Ms 23rd Ave., East Moline. Mr. Kask is employed at Ametex Corp., in East Moline STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )ss. COUNTY OF KNOX ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF KNOX COUNTY AT LAW No. 63-L-57 NOTICE OF SALE SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO., a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. J. J. WILSON and WANDA WILSON, Defendants I, Max E. Jones, Sheriff of Knox County, Illinois, pursuant to judg ment and order of this Court dated August 19, 1963, and specia execution thereon issued and levy thereupon made, shall sell all or so much of the following de scribed real estate as shall be necessary to satisfy the execution and costs thereon; said real estate being more fully described as follows: Lots 67 and 68 in Barlow's Addition to the City of Galesburg, according to recorded plat thereof, in Knox County, State of Illinois. That said sale shall be held at the hour of 10.-00 A.M. in the morning at the first floor of the County Court House in Galesburg Illinois, at public vendue, on the 23rd day of October, 1963. That said property shall be of fered at public sale to the highest bidder, and that the purchaser of said sale will receive a certificate of purchase describing the premises, the amount paid thereat, or, if purchased by the person in whose favor the execution is taken, on the decree is entered the amount of his bid, the time when the purchaser will be en titled to a deed unless th premises shall be redeemed as provided in this act. DATED this 4th day of Septem ber, 1963. MAX E. JONES, Sheriff of Knox County O'Brien & O'Brien Attorneys for Plaintiff 910 Bondi Building Galesburg, Illinois Phone; 343-3117. 10/5-12-19; 3T Volunteers 9 Institute Ends At Research Thirty-nine Galesburg area residents participated In the 34th Volunteer Services Program Orientation Institute completed at Galesburg State Research Hospital Tuesday. The group Included two visually handicapped volunteers. The participants attended two sessions, Oct. 10 and Oct. 15, to hear members of the professional staff tell of the hospital's aims, its methods of treatment, types of patients in the hospital, the relationships of the patient with family and com munity and the role of the vol unteer in relation to the patients and staff. A luncheon and tour of the hospital were held at the com pletion of the second session. STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )ss. COUNTY OF KNOX ) IN THE COUNTY COURT OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OF WILLIAM E RHOADES, DECEASED HOWARD RHOADES, Executor of the Will of WILLIAM E RHOADES, deceased, Petitioner, —vs— RUTH RIGGS, ET AL., Defendants PETITION FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE TO PAY DEBTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN YOU: Wallace E. Critchfield, Lawrence Brady Critchfield Barbara Schaefer and John Schaefer that a proceeding en titled as above has been commenced and is now pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, against you and other persons, for the sale of real estate of the decedent, to pay claims against such estate and expenses of administration The real estate, or interest therein, involved in said proceeding, is described as fol lows: Lot Nineteen in Block Two of N. T. Allen's Subdivision of the North One-half of the West One-half of the Northwest One-quarter of Section Thirteen, of the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois. You are further notified that unless on or before Monday, November 25,1963, you shall appear arid defend in said suit, default judgment may be entered against you on the day following or thereafter. Dated this 19th day of October, 1963. S. H. HINCHMAN. County Clerk Hanlon & Ruedig, Attorneys for Executor 318 Hill Arcade Galesburg, Illinois Telephone 343-9129 10/19-26; 11/2; 3T STATE OF ILLINOIS > )ss. COUNTY OF KNOX ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of* KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS NATIONAL Lift! INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff BILLY L. THURMAN, et a!., Defendants CHANCERY CASE No. »C4fit FORECLOSURE Public notice Is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree en tered In the above captioned cause by said Court at the June, 1983, term thereof, I, John J Blake, Master in Chancery of said court, will on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1983, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the North front door of the Courthouse in the City of Galesburg, Knox Coun ty, Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest and best bidder or bidders, for cash, the real estate described in said Decree, or so much thereof as shall be suffi cient to satisfy said Decree, said real estate being described as follows: Lot Sixteen (18) in Block Four (4) in Rolling Meadows Second Addition to the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, as shown by a Plat in Volume 9A of Knox County, Illinois, Plat Records, pages 152-153; Upon such sale being made, I will give to the purchaser or purchasers a certificate or certificates describing the premises purchased and showing the amount bid or paid therefor, and the time when the purchaser, purchasers or assigns will be entitled to a deed for said premises unless the same be redeemed according to law. Dated this 27th day of September 1963. JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chancery as aforesaid. Vonachen, Cation & Lawless Attorneys for Plaintiff 10/5-12-19; 3T Death and Claim Date Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS County Court of Knox County, II). ESTATE OF PAUL D. PETERS, DECEASED. Case No. 7666 NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 194 of the Probate Act of the death of the above- named decedent on July 9, 1957 and that Letters Testamentary were issued on October 9, 1963, to Helen S. Peters of 1142 North Broad Street, Galesburg, Illinois, whose attorneys are McLaughlin and McLaughlin of Bank of Galesburg Building, Galesburg, Illinois, and that the First Monday in the month of December 1963, is the Claim Date for the estate. Claims against the said estate must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to the Attorneys. DATED 9th day of October 1963 SAMUEL H. HINCHMAN, Clerk of the County Court. 10/12-19-26; 3T STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )ss COUNTY OF KNOX ) NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, Nov. 4,1963, is the claim date in the estate of EVERETT BENJAMIN YELM, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or Defore said date without issuance of summons. Said EVERETT BENJAMIN YELM died October 6, 1962. Cordelia Yelm, Administrator Richard Lamoreaux 62 West Side Square Monmouth, Illinois Attorney Samuel H. Hinchman, Clerk of the County Court, Knox Count, 111. 10/5-12-19; 3T Death and Claim Date Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS County Court of Knox County, III ESTATE OF LUCIEN E. HEN RY, DECEASED. Case No. 63-P-290 NOTICE is hereby given pur suant to Section 194 of the Probate Act of the death of the above- named decedent on September 14 1963 and that Letters Testamentary were issued on October 9 1963, to Catherine Bernice Howard of 1441 West Main Street, Galesburg, Illinois, whose attorneys are McLaughlin and Mc Laughlin of Bank of Galesburg Building, Galesburg, Illinois, and that the First Monday in the month of December 1963, is the Claim Date for the estate. Claims against the said estate must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to the Attorneys. DATED 9th day of October 1963. SAMUEL H. HINCHMAN, Clerk of the County Court. 10/12-19-26; 3T STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY 1 OF KNOX, SS. In the Circuit court of Knox County, Illinois. ELMWOOD SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, formerly Elmwood Homestead and Loan Assoet* stion, a corporation* Plaintiff, vs. John H. Gallagher, et a!., Defendants. Chancery Case No. 83- C471. FORECLOSURE. Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree entered in the above captioned cause by said court at the June, 1983, Term thereof, 1, John J. Blake, Master in Chancery of said court, will on Thursday, November 14, 1963, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the north front door of the Courthouse in the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest and best bidder or bidders, for cash, the real estate described in said Decree, or so much thereof as shall be suffi cient to satisfy saM Decree, said real estate being described as fol lows: A part of Lots Numbered Three (3) and Six (6) in Block Num bered Nineteen (19) in Sanbum and Morris' Eastern Extension to the City of Knoxville, described as follows: Beginning at the Southwest Cor ner of Lot Six (6) in Block Nineteen (19) in Sanbum and Morris' Eastern Extension to the city of Knoxville, and running thence East Three (3) rods; thence North to the North line of Lot Three (3); thence West Three (3) rods; thence South to the place of beginning; situated in the City of Knoxville, in the County of Knox and State of Illinois. Upon such sale being made, I will give to the purchaser or purchasers a certificate or certificates describing the premises purchased and showing the amount bid or paid therefor, and the time when the purchaser, purchasers or assigns will be entitled to a deed for said premises unless the same be redeemed according to law. Dated this 4th day of October, 1963. JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chancery as aforesaid. L. RICHARD WHITNEY, Attorney for Plaintiff. 10/12-19-26; 3T STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss. COUNTY OF KNOX > NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, Nov. 4,1963, is the claim date in the estate of ETHEL INMAN, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Said ETHEL INMAN died August 28, 1963. Lillian Swedlund, Administrator. Robert M. Egan 41 East Simmons Street Galesburg, Illinois. Attorney Samuel H. Hinchman, Clerk of the County Court, Knox County, 111. 10/5-12-19; 3T Death and Claim Date Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS County Court of Knox County, 111 ESTATE OF ESTELLE ZOE WINTERS, DECEASED. Case No. 63-P-313 NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 194 of the Probate Act of the death of the above- named decedent on September 26 1963 and that Letters Testamentary were issued on 9th day of October, 1963, to Farmers and Mechanics Bank, a banking cor poration of 21 East Main Street Galesburg, Illinois, whose attorneys are Hanlon and Ruedig of Hill Arcade Building, Galesburg, Illinois, and that the First Monday in the month of December 1963, is the Claim Date for the estate. Claims against the said estate must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to the Attorneys. DATED 9th day of October 1963. SAMUEL H. HINCHMAN, Clerk of the County Court. 10/12-19-26; 3T STATE OF ILLINOIS, COUNTY OF KNOX, SS. In the Circuit Court of Knox County. OSCAR J, EftlCKSON, et al„ Plaintiffs, VS. CHARLES E, EftlCKSON, et al, Defendants, PARTITION. Chancery Case No. 83-C-16B. Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree entered n the above captioned cause by said court at the June, 1983, Term thereof, I, John J. Blake, Master in Chancery of said court, will on Friday, November 8, 1983, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day in the corridor on the first floor of the Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, sell at public ven­ due to the highest and best bidder or bidders the real estate described as follows: A part of the Southeast Quarter of Section Two, in Township 11 North, Range 1 East of the Fourth Principal Meridian, more particularly described as follows: Begipning at a point 33 feet West from the center line of Farnham Street and 1466 feet and 8 inches, more or less, South of the North line of said Southeast Quarter of said Section 2, being the Southeast corner of a tract of land containing 20 acres, conveyed by Charles B. Rowen and wife to Henning Larson and Nellie A. Larson by Warranty Deed dated November 19, 1929, recorded in Volume 272, page 96, of the Deed Records of Knox County, Illinois, running thence West along the South line of said tract conveyed to Henning Larson and Nellie A. Larson, 594 feet; thence South 733 feet and 4 inches; thence East 594 • feet to a point 33 feet West of the center line of said Farnham Street; thence North parallel to and 33 feet equidistant from the center line of said Farnham Street to the point of beginning, containing 10 acres of land, situated in Knox County, Illinois; Subject to, and together with the benefits under, an instrument in writing executed by Hilma Benson dated February 29„ 1960, filed for record April 10, 1963, and recorded in Book 589 at page 3 and 4 of the Records in the office of the Recorder of said County. TERMS OF SALE: Sale is to be made upon terms of 20% of the amount bid upon day of sale with the balance to be paid on or before March 1, 1964, upon approval of the sale by the court and delivery of a proper deed. Possession is to be given on or before March 1, 1964. Sale is to be made subject to the real estate taxes subsequent to the real estate taxes subsequent to the year 1963 but free and clear of all other liens and in­ cumbrances. There shall be re served from said sale all rents for the current year ending March 1, 1964, including any and all crops attached thereto at the time of said sale. Dated this 9th day of October, 1963. JOHN J. BLAKE, Master in Chancery as aforesaid WOOLSEY, STICKNEY & LUCAS, Attorneys for Plaintiff 10/12-19-26; 3t STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) COUNTY OF KNOX ) NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 2, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of Lorena Foster, also known as Lorena May Foster, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Said Lorena Foster, also known as Lorena May Foster died September 6, 1963. Ralph Froehling, Executor. Charles A. Wesner, 108 North Main Street, Abingdon, Illinois. Attorney. Samuel H. Hinchman, Clerk of the County Court, Knox County, Illinois. 10/12-19-26; 3T. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Death and Clarm Date Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS County Court of Knox County, III. ESTATE OF NELLE B. NORDEEN, DECEASED. Case No. 63-P-308 NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 194 of the Probate Act of the death of the above- named decedent on September 16, 1963 and that Letters Testament- tary were issued on October 10, 1963, to George G. Nordeen, of 3825 Jackson Street, Bellwood, Illinois, whose attorneys are Woolsey, Stickney and Lucas of 214 Weinberg Arcade Building, Galesburg, Illinois, and that the First Monday in the month of December 1963, is the Claim Date for the estate. Claims against the said estate must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Courthouse, Galesburg Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to the Attorneys. DATED 10th day of October 1963. SAMUEL H. HINCHMAN, Clerk of the County Court. 10/12-19-26; 3T Seventy-one fouls were called when Kentucky and Auburn played a basketball game in 1954. Only 300 miles of the Alaska Highway between Dawson Creek, B.C., and Fairbanks, Alaska, lies within the namesake state. STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) COUNTY OF KNOX ) NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 2; 1963, is the claim date in the estate of Clifford A. Newkirk, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, nnd that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Said Clifford A. Newkirk died August 14, 1963. Mary Newkirk, Executor. Stuart, Neagle & West 19 East Main Street, Galesburg, Illinois. Attorneys. Samuel H. Hinchman, Clerk of the County Court, Knox County, Illinois. 10/12-19-26; 3T. ftftPOftf 01* SBLtCTlON AND APPROVAL BY BOARD OP SUPERVISORS OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FOR CONPIRMATIONV AND APPOINTMENT OF JUDOlMl Of ELECTION (OUTSIDE OF THE mnmmh ,LLmo,S) - )88. COUNTY OF KNOX ) TO THE HONORABLE DANIEL 3. ROBERTS, JUDGE OF THE COUNTY COURT OF KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS: Application la hereby made by the Knox County Board of Supervisor* for the confirmation and appointment of the selection and ap- apprOval of the Judges of Election in the respective precincts and registration districts in Knox County, Illinois (outside of the City of Galesburg, Illinois) for a term of two years, as made by said Board of Supervisors, as provided by law, and being as follows: TOWNSHIP — INDIAN POINT Precinct 1 Paul Wilson—R.R. St. Augustine. Oural Hermas Lee—R.R. St. Augustine. Betty D. Emert—R.R. St. Augustine. Bertha F. Johnson—R.R. St. Augustine. Clare T. Sailer—R.R. St. Augustine. Precinct 2 Ruth Herrtch—513 South Main St., Abingdon. Ada M. Allen—R.R. Abingdon. Eliza M. Stegall—103 Lincoln Street, Abingdon. G. Ervin Bailee—212 South Main Street, Abingdon. Evelyn I. Winchel—500 South Main Street, Abingdon. TOWNSHIP—CEDAR Precinct 1 James Warren Ray—825 West Latimer Street, Abingdon. Harris E. Beer—703 West Adams Street, Abingdon. Joan Josephson, R.R. 3, Galesburg. Robert H. Stone—502 North Penn sylvania Street, Abingdon. Evelyn M. Stegall—402 North Pennsylvania Street, Abingdon. Precinct 2 Keith E. McElwain, 913 North Monroe Street, Abingdon. Isal B. Hagy, 306 North Harsh barger Street, Abingdon. Sade M. Garrison, 124 East Meek Street, Abingdon. Nora Paull, 604 North Austin, Abingdon. Precinct 3 Mary E. Lindbeck, R.R. 3, Galesburg. C. Donald Wright, R.R. 3, Galesburg. Harriet Dixon, R.R. 3, Galesburg. Catherine R. Harvey, R.R. 3, Galesburg. Verlie M. Grupe, R.R. 3, Galesburg TOWNSHIP — GALESBURG Precinct 1 Henry V. Inness, R.R. 3, Galesburg. Lucille Bradbury, 2121 North Broad Street, Galesburg, Ruth Ward Clay, R.R. 3, Galesburg. Mildred I. Nichols, R.R. 2, Galesburg. Helen C. Malley, R.R. 2, Galesburg. Precinct 2 Emma G. Olin, 2250 East Main Street, Galesburg. Mary M. Dugger, 10 Chestnut St., Galesburg. Eula S. Blanton, 60 North Elm Street, Galesburg. Cloe Cravens Boyer, 127 North Elm Street, Galesburg. Calvin Dickerson, 212 Michigan Avenue, Galesburg. TOWNSHIP — HENDERSON Connie T. Andersen, Henderson. Alvin P. Johnson, R.R. 2, Wataga Ray Moberg, R.R. 1, Galesburg. J. Wilber Humes, R.R. 1, Galesburg. James A. Bloomer, R.R;,-Rio. TOWNSHIP—RIO William L. Johnson, Rio. Roy Dougherty, Rio. Kenneth J. Spring, Rio. Carl L. Petersen, Rio. Albert C. Leafgreen, Rio. TOWNSHIP — CHESTNUT Howard D. Combs, R.R., London Mills. Charles D. Bliss, R.R., London Mills. Harry S. Booton, R.R. 1, Delong. Eugene M. Rask, R.R., London Mills. Bernard L. Gordon, R.R., London Mills. TOWNSHIP — ORANGE Earl Bowman, R.R., Delong. Rex F. Hopkins, Delong. Helena A. Adolphson, Delong. Charles W. McCoy, Delong. Gladys J. Cramer, Delong. TOWNSHIP — KNOX Precinct 1 Edith L. McCoy. 212 West North Street, Knoxville. Pauline Tasker, 323 Galesburg Rd. Knoxville. D. N. Cottle, 202 Henderson Road, Knoxville. Maxine L. Mummey, 205 North Market Street, Knoxville. Gladys Boynton, 131 Public Square, Knoxville. Precinct 2 Wayne R. Rosene, 705 East North Street, Knoxville. Avis P. Washabaugh, 501 North Line Street, Knoxville. Eleanor Helen Johnson, 506 Mill Street, Knoxville. Margaret Ann Whitworth, Corner Hebard & Main Streets, Knoxville. Joann Shambaugh, 526 East Mill Street, Knoxville. Precinct 3 Edward H. Carlson, R.R, No. 1, Galesburg. Robert S. Shragal, R.R. No. 1, Galesburg. Anna M. Pferschy, 107 Miller Avenue, East Galesburg. Dorothy M. Mack, Box 136, West First Street, East Galesburg. Norma A. Shanks, East Galesburg. Precinct 4 Helen L. Anderson, 404 Newman Street, Knoxville. Hazel E. Stone, 222 West Main Street, Knoxville. Albert C. Peterson, 508 Newman Street, Knoxville. John Everett Hulick, Swedenburg Road. KrtOXvHfev ^ ^ . Flora E. Potter, 7t» South Stold Herschel C. Maxwell, Wataia. Opal R. Cmnatn. Wataji. Willie G«ffiett Fite, Wata mmamlmb'tmhtit.'SMI', Wa* taga. Charlotte Irene Barry, R.R. No. 1, ^OWNSHIP - ONTARIO Robert H. Henderson, oneld«. Bernice B. Flicklnger, oneida. tola M. Hazen, Oneida. Lewis H. Coleman, Oneida., Ella Jeanete Johnson, jOneidi. TOWNSHIP - MAOUON Precinct 1 . Pearle Gooding, Maquon. Virginia Sulteen, Maquon. Wayne K. Smith, Maquon. Mary Catherine Willey, Maquon. Phyllis L. Bloomer, R. R. No. S, Maquon. Precinct 2 Anna Lucile Taylor, R, R. No. I, Maquon. Patricia Marvelle Jaggard, London Mills. Evelee Borrell Woods, London Mills. Betty Ardell Fleisher, R. R. No. 2, Maquon. Ida Belle Foster, London Mills. TOWNSHIP — HAW CREEK Evelyn C. Swickard, R. H., Gilson. Earl E. Snell, Gilson. Curtis H. McCoy, Gilson. Olga Eckman, Gilson. Shirley J. Dugan, Gilson. TOWNSHIP - PER8IFER Floyd V. Gustafson, Dahinda. Harriett A. Goff, R. R„ Knoxville. Arthur J. Berry, R. R., Dahinda. Zella R. Parrish, Dahinda. Wayne S. Gibson, R. R„ No. 1, Gilson. TOWNSHIP — COPLEY Arthur McCrea Doak, R. R., Oneida. Dale E. Peterson, R. R. No. 1, Victoria. Harry N. Anderson, Victoria. Clarence A. Seiboldt, R. R., Victoria. Richard J. Osberg, R. R., Oneida. TOWNSHIP — WALNUT OROVE Helen L. Erickson, R. R„ Altona. Ruth S. Kelly, Altona. Bette Jeanne Strom, Box 183, Altona. Margaret I. Nelson, R. R., Altona. Shirley A. Peacock, Altona. TOWNSHIP — SALEM Dorothy C. Nauman, Yates City. Fred C. Rector, Yates City. . Martha Kate Thurman, Yatei City. Luella M. Bowman, Yates City. Frances T. Johnson, Yates City. TOWNSHIP — ELBA Guy G. Davis, R. R., Williamsfield. Geo. W. Machln, R. R„ Williams* field. Clinton C. Speer, R. R„ Yatea City. Lester B. Potts, R. R., Williamsfield. Gerald W. Allen, R. R. No. 1, Williamsfield. TOWNSHIP — TRURO Earl N. McWilliams, R. R., Dahinda. Ralph C. Norman, Williamsfield. Russell D. Farquer, Williamsfield. Isabel H. Kneer, R. R. No. 1, Williamsfield. ' Anna Mae Dudley, R. R., Williamsfield. TOWNSHIP — VICTORIA Roy L. Ostrom, R. R., LaFayette. Garnet E. Gravit, Victoria. Malcolm B. Knowles, R. R., Victoria. Robert B. Worrell, R. R., Victoria. Opal E. Malone, Box 168, R. R. No. 1, Williamsfield. TOWNSHIP — LYNN M. LeRoy Appell, R. R„ Lafayette. Hilda E. ColUnson, R. R. No. 2, Galva. Marian H. Anderson, R. R. No. 1, Altona. Raymond V: Nelson, R. R., LaFayette. Myrtle L. Huber, R. R. 2, Galva. WITNESS our hands and the official seal of Knox County, Illinois this 15th day of October, 1963. (SEAL) BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KNOX COUNTY. ILL. By D. REESE JONES Chairman (SEAL) and SAMUEL H. HINCHMAN, (SEAL) County Clerk and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Knox County, Illinois. Death and Claim Date Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS County Court of Knox County, III. ESTATE OF GEORGE HENRY THEESFELD, DECEASED. Case No. 63-P-295 NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to Section 194 of the Probate Act of the death of the above- named decedent on September 9, 1963 and that Letters Testamentary were issued on October 10, 1963, to Henry Theesfeld, of 120 S.E. First Street, Galva, Illinois, whose attorneys are Stuart, Neagle and West of 19 East Main Street, Galesburg, Illinois, and that the First Monday in the month of December 1963, is the Claim Date for the estate. Claims against the said estate must be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, and copies mailed or delivered to the Executor and to the Attorneys. DATED 9th day of October, 1963. SAMUEL H. HINCHMAN, Clerk of the County Court 10/12-19-26; 3T BEAD THE CLASSIFIEDS! STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )ss COUNTY OF KNOX ) NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, Nov. 4, 1963, is the claim date in the estate of EMMA L. ROCK, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Said EMMA L. ROCK died September 3, 1963. Beulah M. Rock, Administrator Barash & Stoerzbach 121 South Cherry Street Galesburg, Illinois Attorneys Samuel H. Hinchman, Clerk of the County Court, Knox County, III 10/5-12-19; 3T CREDIT EMPLOYEES WANTED WOMEN ONLY - Men need not apply. Local institution has openings in its -CREDIT DEPARTMENT for 2 employees, married or single. Collection Experience Preferred For personal interview — contact Mr. Lagets at the Holiday Inn - Galesburg, between 7 and 9 P.M., MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31st NO PHONES TO HOLIDAY INN - PERSONAL ONLY For Mail Application — send your name and address, and experience to Box 873, Register-Mail. You will be contacted. Age not important. These are permanent positions. Vacations, Insurance and Good Working Conditions. OUR EMPLOYEES KNOW OF THIS AD

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