1 Dr. Edwin Nash Loads IJfiiversaliftt Church Service In tho absence of Dr. Stanley Manning the pulpit of the Uni versalis! Church will be supplied by Dr. Edwin N. Nash, who will Conduct a Layman's service and speak on the subject, "Our Church/' Dr, Manning has gone to Farm- inglon, Mich., to speak this evening at the State Convention banquet honoring his Lombard classmate, Dr. Frank D. Adams, who is retiring after fifty years in the ministry. Dr. Adams' first pastorate after coming to Lombard was in the Universalist Church in Avon, where he continued for tv/o years after his graduation and was instrumental in building the church there. His other pastorates in Illinois wore at Urbana, Elgin and Oak Park. He served for four years as president of the Universalist General Convention, and a total of twelve years on its Board of Trustees, lie has spoken a number of times from the pulpit of the Uni versalist Church here. Dr. and Mrs. Manning will .return home Monday evening. Rep. Richard Larson Addresses Lions Club At Williamsfielfl WILLI AMSFIELD — State Rep. Richard R. Larson of Galesburg was guest speaker for Williams- /ieid Lions Club Thursday. He described the procedure used for passing of bills 4 ,0 become laws. Also his reasons for supporting or opposing various bills before the last session of the legislature. Lion President Baird welcomed Lions Manworren and Parrish of Galesburg to the meeting. Hamburgers and coffee were enjoyed by the 24 members and guests of the Lions Club at the close of the meeting. Chefs preparing the eats were Lions Far- qucr, Kneer and lies. BELATED AWARD—Army Reserves MaJ. Jack I). Catcs (left), 1739 Clay Dr., pins Bronze Star Medal on Capt. fieorge Hughes, 769 N. Seminary, St., in ceremony Friday here in the Army Reserves Armory, 216 E. Main St. In center is WO Edward Eikcn- ton, unit adviser (or the Army• Reserves here. Hughes, an Artillery officer, who was released from active duty this summer, was cited for meritorious service in connection with military operations against the enemy in Korea during the period from Aug. 28, 1952, to last June 20. Hughes was an army aviator with the 19th Engineer Combat Group. TEACHING ADULT EDUCATION courses to he offered by the Knox College Community In* alftute starting next week will he (left) Isaac O, Peterson arid (right) Dean F, Currie, Mr, Peterson, assistant professor of art, will teach courses in creative art for both beginners and more- experienced students. The courses will meet weekly from 7 to 10 p. m. every Wednesday he- ginning Oct. 7 for eight weeks, "Public Speaking for Business and Professional People*' will he the subiect of the course taught by Mr. Currie, who fs instructor in speech at the college. This class will meet from 7 to 9 p. m. THE DAILY GAUSBURG, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1953 SECTION 2, PAGE » Utile York LITTLE YORK — Mrs. Eva flealon of Creston, Iowa, arrived Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Matlie Thieme for a visit. Mrs, Zelo Reed, who spent a month at her home here, has gone back (o take care of Mrs. Catherine Phelps in Monmouth. Mrs. Ruth Winbigler has returned home from a visit with her brother and family at St. Cloud, Minn, Mrs. Peter McKay, who had spent a few days with her mother at St. Louis, has returned home. Mrs. Nelle Stotts is visiting at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waugh are home from Galena and Dubuque after a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Melton and children attended a potluck dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Laird for those having birthdays and wedding anniversaries in September. Mrs. Roy Pressley and children, who had been staying at the'home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young, moved to Monmouth. Mrs. Lottie Darrah of Rushville is visiting her niece, Mrs. William Thieme. Nivcn McVey, who had been in service in Korea, returned home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. James Wayne Sr., who were on their honeymoon in Wisconsin, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lescher and two children and Mr. and Mrs. The Weather ILLINOIS — Mostly cloudy tonight with scattered thunderstorms mostly cast portion. Cooler northwest and west central portions. Partly cloudy Sunday wJih scattered thunderstorms southeast and extreme south* Cooler north and west portions turning cooler southeast. Low tonight 55-60 northwest, 60-70 southeast. High Sunday middle 70s northwest, 80-85 southeast. IOWA—Partly cloudy and cooler to- rtlght and Sunday. Low tonight 45-50 northwest, 50-00 southeast. High Sunday near 70 northwest, middle 70s: southeast. CHICAGO AND VICINITY — Partly! cloudy and unseasonably warm this afternoon with possible showers this afternoon and tonight. Partly cloudy and* cooler Sunday, High today 01. Low tonight 02. High Sunday 78. Low Sunday night 52. Southerly winds 1525 m.p.h. this afternoon becoming northwesterly tonight. Outlook lor Monday; Fair and cool. GALESBURG AND VIC1NTY—Most ly cloudy and cooler tonight with scattered thundershowers. Partly cloudy and cooler Sunday. Low tonight 60. High Sunday 78. Low Sunday night 52. LOCAL WEATHER (Up Until Noon) Noon temperature, 72; morning's low, 67. Cloudy, wind southwesterly, precipitation, .16 of an inch up until noon. (Friday's maximum, 01; minimum, 50.) Sun rose today at 5:58 a.m., sets at 5:39 p.m.; moon rose at 1:45 a.m. Morning stars, Venus, Jupiter and Mars; evening stars, Saturn and Mercury. RIVER STAGES Dubuque-7.fi, no change. Davenport—3.9 fall 0.1. Burlington —7.4 rise 0.2. Keokuk*—2.1, no change. LaSaHe—10.4 tail 0.1. Peoria—11.5 rise 0.2. Havana—5.1 fall 0.2. Beardstown—9.2, no change, Grafton—15.0, no change St. Louis—0.3 fall O.2. St. Charles—10.5 fall 0.1. weekly for eitfht wenks beginning Thursday, Oct. 8. Information almtit registration and enrollment may be obtained at the office of Dean Charles II. I'eake at Knox College. J •• I •" r i j* J r F Hold Communion Al Alien Chapel Holy Communion will be observed at the AJien Chapel A. M. E. Church service at 11 a.m. Sunday. At 7;.'i0 an all-request choir hymn y'mu. will feature and there will be a meditation by the pastor. On Monday the steward board meets a* 7 p.m. and the official board at H. Women's Missionary society meets at 2:30 Tuesday at parsonage, 503 Tompkins St., with Mrs. Kuurnia Davis as hostess. Youth Choir rehearsal is on Tuesday at 7. Teachers Institute is j Wednesday at 7 and Prayer and; Class meeting at 8 with Mrs, Irene Irvin, leader. Senior Choir rehearses Friday at 3. What's Different About My Job? MISFORTUNE CONTINUES Tragedy was continued Friday noon at the farm home of Homer Dutton, six miles west of Alexis on the Warren-Mercer County line, when a barn storing oats and baled hay was completely burned with tires burned off a Sel Victoria Meeting Of i.e 'Mon Auxiliary VICTORIA — The Americans . , v 1 1* U 1, JLe Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Llltle I ork KeI>efcdHS home of Airs. Jennie WarrcnsfordJQI Birthdays Tuesday afu * rn ™^ LITTLE YORK - The Rebekah^ Lodge met Monday at a birthday I tractor and the family home blistered by the Intense heat. Dutton, a tenant on the farm, did not have insurance on his grain. About two years ago a son of the family was killed and a daughter injured when returning home from school on a bicycle. In the ! occurence of yesterday, flames started a grass fire, hut they were checked before getting into a cornfield. Dutton some time ago severely injured one hand in a corn picker, as another piece of misfortune. (Photo by Alexis Argus.) Mrs, Frances charge. Refreshment Paul Olmsted, Thornr-. Mrs. committee: Mrs. Maude Mrs. (party for those having birthdays Cleaning C h a r I e s; in j uIy August or September Sornbergeri A and Mrs. Esther Krans. THIS EMPLOYE of a Galesburg manufacturing plant is one of many so-called physically handicapped workers in the nation who » have proved that when properly placed on jobs for which they have been trained they can compete with able-bodied workers on the basis of strict business economics. This man's work and performances by other disabled employes will be described in next week's issues of The Daily Register-Mail. HI for the Day And ye shall know the truth a the truth shall make you free. John 8-32. In these times we fight for ideas and newspapers are our fortresses. Heine. day evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Lescher in Monmouth in v „ w w „„ honor of her son, James, who has Carl Moon attended a party Sun- just returned home from Korea. Will INSURANCE On PAYMENT PLAN! Leo A. Cronin INSURANCE Honestly It's the Best Policy 516 Bondi Bldg Work on New Hall KIRKWOOD — The Lions Club met in the Odd Fellows Hali Monday evening. Dinner was served by the Rebekah Lodge. During the short business meeting following, the Lions chose to hold a "Work Night" Monday evening. Ail are asked to take spade and pick for the foundation of the new Village Hall/ Dinner meetings will be held on the second and fourth Monday nights in October, The annual reception for the teachers of the Kirkwood Grade and High Schools will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 in the Methodist Church. This is sponsored by the Federated and Methodist Churches. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend this reception and get acquainted with all the teacthers. Mrs. Lucy Smith is visiting in the Lyal Livermore home in Smithshire. Mrs. W, H. Brown of Little York is visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Burgess. Dick Gibson suffered a broken wrist while practicing football Monday evening. Mrs. Pearl White returned to Outside Churches The tor. Oneida Presbyterian Rev, Ernest Richards, pas Church Meetings- In addition to the regular services Sunday at the Second Baptist Church, the Baptist Union meets at 6 p.m. SECOND BAPTIST — The Senior Missionary society meets Tuesday evening. The Gcspel Choir rehearses the same evening. Midweek prayer will be held at the church Wednesday evening at 7:30. large cake was baked by Mrs.) William Reitman and served byj the noble grand. A kitchen committee was appointed for October, November end December. Mrs. ( Carl Bird is chairman; Mrs. Arthur! , , ( Campbell, Mrs. William Nagle and! Training ,^ rs Lenna Johnson are on the committee. Mrs. Dooley Crouch of Venita, Okla., and Mrs. Glen Salmons were guests. rices Same! FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY TOO! For the benefit of our customers we are maintain Members of the senior class at the Little York High School and their sponsor. Dean Keithley, went! same and On Friday evening the Senior \^™»&£ it^SS 1 F !&, Warren Down* accompanied ! evening at 7:30. lthem Mr. and Mrs. Howell Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welch, Debbie Sunday School, 10. Divine Wor- Service at St. Mjirv's ^in!«« Wrt fM wM fl rv*™ A service will be held Sunday and Freddie, and Mr. and Mrs, ship, joining in World-Wide Com.. aftcrnoon at 4 flt gt Mary < s | Arch Welch were supper guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph AND munion, 11. Session meets at 7:30 EpiscopaI church in KnoxviUe, Tuesday at Rex Johnson home/with the Rev. Donald Heermans Women's Association will visit in charge. f Presbyterian Women's Association w " TZTTZTZ^ u at Knoxville Wednesday at 2. I More than 100,000,000 man-hours I (were added to the nations pro- her home in West Burlington Auction output by the rehabilita- Wednesday morning after a visitation and employment of physically in the Orville Keener home. handicapped persons in 1952. Walter in Monmouth. The supper was in honor of Mrs. Arch Welch on her birthday anniversary. Operations for cataract, the I clouding of the eye lenses, are successful in nine out of ten cases. 20 Public Square Phone 6117-6 OWNED ON ROUTE 150 ACROSS FROM AIRPORT SUNDAY SPECIALS Open return lb. 1 * 46-oz. Can earn hy idelity saving deral YES more and more folks are saving profitably Fidelity Federal* With our recent increased dividend rate, savings now earn one of the highest returns paid Galesburg. MANOR HOUSE Lb. Can K&R Why not start your dollars working, earning more, safely? Open your insured Fidelity Federal Savings Ac* count today, FUNDS INSURED SAFE TO $10,000 BY FSUC FIDELITY FEDERAL •V in -i 1". j i _i -r r» • .:s.;:-\ - Y ITALIAN 12-!b. Lug While They Last 1 . L. P. JOHNSON, President LEEOY WILLIAMSON, Vice-President lain and Cherry Streets Established in lidl WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES!
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