Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1953 · Page 7
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The Daily Register-Mail, Gaiesburg, 111. Monday. October 5,_ 1060. Z. To Note 56 Year Marriage, New Windsor NEW WINDSOR — The SOth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chesley, which will be Tuesday, will be observed quietly at their homo that day Mr. Chesley and the former Clara Bolton of Wanock were married Oct. 6, 1807. They spent two years on a farm near Viola, moved to Idwa, and returned to Viola again. They came to New Windsor in the fall of 1918, where Mr. Chesley became a rural mall carrier. They resided at Monmouth.four and a half years where he was a rural mail carrier out of (Serlaw, and re turned here in 1938 when he re tired because of ill health. They have two childfen, Mrs Harold Willet of Alpha, and Theodore of Erie; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Plan Shower Plans were completed at the mectirig of the Golden Circle to sponsor a postnuptial shower for Mrs. Harry E. Nelson of Molinc Thursday evening, Oct. 29. Mrs. John Carlson and Mrs. Walter White were hostesses at the meeting, held in the home of Mrs Carlson. Mrs. T. E. Nelson was devotional leader. Committees to prepare for the gift shower were named as follows: menu, Mrs. Wil- ARTHRITIS Da raa MBI weaoerfal, raaraateea rittei ma tea Manilla*. U>rt«rt»i pala ef e»- tkftMi, raeamatiam an* tombaee. Aek raw tfraftl't far NUSAL Teklete—eentalae aew ttrvg formate, rasa. Ifea-haMt formfat. Baft, BiedleaDr proraa. at AO Draaalite. ibtir McQueen, Mrs. Alvin Bodccn, Mrs. Glenn Adamson and Mrs, Melvln McCready; invitations, Mrs. Lynn Kelm and Mrs. Francis Petrie; program, Mrs. Ralph Keck, Mrs. G, H. Johnson and Mrs. Charles McGaughy; decoration, Mrs. Vernon Robins and Mrs. Preston Wettau. • The Circle decided to purchase tablecloths, a flower vase and candle holders for their use at the church. Mrs. Glenn Adamson and Mrs. Earlc Nelson were named in charge of the project. A note of thanks w.as read from Mrs. Francis Peterson for her recent gift shower sponsored by the circle. Receiving game awards were Mrs. Henry Bollinger, Mrs. Ralph Keck, Mrs. McQueen and Mrs. Percy Streeter. Mrs. Jack Eubank was a guest. Mrs. Alvin Bodeen and Mrs. Mc Cready will be hostesses at the Oct. 15 meeting in the home of the former at Woodhull. Mrs. Lynn Kelm will be devotional leader. Farewell Dinner Roger Johnson of Cambridge, who is leaving Wednesday to enter the service as an aviation cadet, was honored at a dinner Thursday evening In the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson. He will be stationed at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. Attending the event were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred John son; his brother, Rodney, and Miss Catherine Broshar of Cam bridge; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swanson, Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Verne Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wallfn. Ladies Aid The Presbyterian Ladies Aid (will serve the annual fall supper at the church Saturday evening, Nov. 7, it was decided at their meeting Thursday afternoon. Serving to begin at 5 p.m. Mrs. David Rathbun conducted the devotional period and Mrs. C. Christian Sclenco Churches Mnmmrem.^f^.^ | rr r • EACH DAY OF PUBLICATION your newspaper Is delivered to your home. The newspaper boy who placet it there has come to symbolize one of our nation's great Institutions. The biographies of many of our leading citizens contain a passage such as this: "He had • paper route while in high school." In the course of conducting his business the newsboy acquires valuable training for hif future career. He learns to meet people on a friendly basis; he learns to buy and sell; to handle money. And above everything else he learns a sense of responsibility that moves him to carry a given task to its completion. Harmonious living depends upon our acceptance and demonstration of Truth and Love, which destroy the inharmonics of sin and sickness, until the full scale of man's spiritual perfection is reached. This was explained in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. The subject of the Lesson- Sermon was UNREALITY. The Golden Text was from I Timothy (6:17) "Charge them that arc rich in this world, that they be not. highminded, nor trust in «n- certain riches, but in the living Cod, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy." Lesson-Sermon passages from the Bible (King James Version) included: "Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not iij, him. For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world" (I John 2: 15,16). Correlative passages from "Sci ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, included: "The demands of God appeal to thought only; but the claims of mortality, and what are LaFnyettc % LA FAYETTE—Mr, and Mrs. Ben Butler returned Wednesday from a two-week trip to Alberta, Canada. Diana Lynn Kennelly noted her fourth birthday last Tuesday. Those present to help her celebrate were Debbie Plttard, Angela Blake, Wanda Martin, Jean and Betty Simmons and Judy Woolscy. Wayne Martin of LaFayette was installed as adjutant of the Stark County American Legion at the recent 16th District meeting held at Henry. Miss Doris Egbert has been a guest of her mother, Mrs, Keith McGill in Dayton, Ohio, before going to Seattle, Wash., where she is employed. termed laws of nature, appertain to matter. Which, then, are we to accept as legitimate and capable of producing the highest human good? . . . Either Spirit or matter is your model. 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