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Shower Fetes Miss Hilgren At Abingdon ABINGDON — Miss Elsie 7111- gren, whose marriage to Gene Ad cock is an event, planned for Sunday, Oct. 11, was complimented with a miscellaneous brfdal shower recently, held at the home of Miss Blaine Larson for 20 guests. Miss Mario ' Arnett and Miss Marilyn Ilovell were assisting hostesses. The evening was spent making a bridal scrapbook for the honoree An umbrella decorated in the bride-to-be's chosen colors of blue and yellow centered the table about which the lovely gifts were placed. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Present from out-of-town were the honorcc's grandmother, Mrs. Albert Carlson of Knoxvillc, and her aunt, Mrs. Castle, of Molinc. Maple Grove Unit The October meeting of the Maple Grove Home Bureau was held at the home of Mrs. Russell Reese who served dessert luncheon, assisted by Mrs. Cecil Anderson and Mrs. Henry Mott. There were 18 members present and three guests: Mrs. Ilarlcy Olson, Mrs. Isaac Reese and Mrs. Emily Pulliam. The major lesson was presented by Mrs. Harley Oison in the absence of Miss Wanda Sword. It was titled "Principles of Landscaping." She also presented the minor less on "Table Decorations Not Using Flowers." Those with birthdays for the month of October were Mrs. Russell Reese, Mrs. Clarence Bauer and Mrs. E. M. Josefson. Installation of officers was held with each out-going officer explaining her duties and presenting an appropriate flower to the new officer. Announcement was made of the annual meeting which will be Oct. 29. Recreation was led by Mrs. Inez Clinc witli prizes going to Mrs. Howard Pruett and Mrs. Robert Young. The November meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Castle. Set Funeral Mrs. Lillic McDowell of Banner died Sunday at 3:55 p.m. in the Graham Hospital in Canton after an illness of several months. She was the mother of Raymond and William Dowcll of Avon. Funeral will be held at the Murphy Funeral Home in Canton Tuesday at 3 p. m. On Leave Spending twenty-day leaves from Norfolk, Va., at their respective homes arc Lcroy Hopping, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hopping, and Lewis Ratliff of Canton. Martha Circle Members of the Martha Circle of the Women's Society of Christian Service met on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. if. Dennis. The lesson was presented by Mrs. E. A. Brokaw, using an article in a current magazine "Promises to Peter" and excerpts from one of Peter Marshall's sermons. Mrs. Jennie Castle gave devotions, using the Upper Room. Members were urged by the pastor to attend World-wide Communion services on Sunday. They were also urged to become a part of the Study Class beginning Oct. 15, and to attend one of the group meetings in October. Plans were made for the general society politick birthday dinner on Fri day evening. The next meeting will be with Mrs. John Kinder Nov. 6. House lilt The Abingdon Fire Protective District was alerted to aid the St Augustine firemen on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock when lightning struck the residence of Gerald Johnson in St. Augustine. At the strike the window frame was slit, the Venetian blind melted, the curtain was on fire and the refrigerator burned. The television set was scorched and it is not known whether the set was otherwise damaged or not. Estimates were not made on the loss. To Be Married Mrs. Edith Rrbcrts of 304 S. Jefferson St., Abingdon, announces the approaching marriage of her daughter, Maxine Joyce, to Sn. Everett I-eroy Hopping, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hopping of 306 Ellison St., Abingdon, on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the First Christian Church. Friends and relatives of the couple arc invited. Cashnian Club Mrs. Jackie Royer entertained the Cashman Club with 16 members and four guests, Mrs. Peggy Thomas, Mrs. Joyce Hensley, Mrs. Russel Blevins and Mrs. Louise Olinger, present. Crazy eight was played with Mrs. Nellie Stegal, Miss Edna Roberts and Mrs. Mildred Ginther winning prizes. Re- freshnlenls were served. A business meeting was held and Louise Olinger was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Gertie Carpenter will entertain the club Wednesday. Game Here Tonight Abingdon High School junior varsity will play Knoxvillc junior varsity tonight here at 7 o'clock. There will be no admission charge. At Installation <• John C. Watson, pastor of the Abingdon Christian Church, assisted in the installation of Charles Willey as pastor of the First Christian Church in Moline, Sunday and officially brought greetings from the ministers of Illinois. To Hospital Mrs. Charles Johnson was taken to St. Mary's Hospital on Friday for observation and treatment. Abingdon Notes Mrs. Wilbur Ahlcrt, president of the Abingdon Business and Professional Women's Club, and Mrs. Dwight Van Syckel, Mrs. llah Perrine, the Misses Annabellc and Loava Bird attended the district B. and P. W. meeting held Sunday at LaHarpe. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Petrie, Lois and Dick, and Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Hanson attended the Illinois- Stanford football game on Saturday at Champaign. Miss Judith Allizer of Scott Field and her father, L. R. Altiz er, of Sioux Rapids, Iowa, visited on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mitchell and Norma. Mr. Altizer is en route to Florida for the winter months. Miss Sarah Evans left on Saturday for her home in Westfield, N. J., after spending the week with Mrs. H. C. Bulkeley. Mrs. Hazel Allen left Saturday for an extended visit in Roswell, N. M., with Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Trulock. Miss Carol Webster, student at Stephens College, Columbia, Mo. spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M Hunter. In Hospital Mrs. Joe Jameson underwent surgery at Cottage Hospital this morning. H^r room is 207. She can have visitors. Department to Stage Drills At Knoxvillc T>he Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. 7, State No.'70133 Reserve District No. REPORT OF CONDITION OF BANK OF CALESBURC of Galesburg, Illinois A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM at the close of business on September 30, 1953, published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection -.$1,741,209.46 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 4,459,387.50 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 866,307.85 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures 2,000.00 5. Corporate stocks (including $7,500 stock of Federal Reserve bank) . - 7,500.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $870.52 overdrafts) 697,438.23 7. Bank premises owned $65,000.00, furniture and fixtures $1.00 65,001.00 11. Other assets 1,550.79 12. TOTAL ASSETS - $7,840,394.83 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $4,563,992.46 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,280,435.39 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) IB. Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions 17. Deposits of banks 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 19. 23. 24. TOTAL DEPOSITS $7 ,369 ,712 .66 Other liabilities r - 76,330.90 351,698.42 23,101.81 74,153.68 703.76 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) $7,370,416.42 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital* —1 $ 125,000.00 26. Surplus 125,000.00 27. 28. 29. 30. Undivided profits - — 199,978.41 Reserves 20,000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _$ 469,978.41 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $7,840,394.83 •This bank's capital consists of; Common stock with total par value of $125,000.00. MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 435,000.00 33. (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of 66,513.94 I, Lambert Peterson, Cashier and Trust Officer, of the above- named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CORRECT—ATTEST: LAMBERT PETERSON SAM COFFMAN L. If. STREEDAIN HARRY W. ROSE Directors KNOXVILLE — The Knoxvillc Firo Deparlment has planned fire drills and inspections during Fire Prevention Week which started Sunday and will continue through next Saturday. Fire drills at the high and grade schools will be conducted possibly Wednesday and firemen will thoroughly inspect the business section and alleys for fire hazards throughout the week. There are 29 firemen in Knox­ villc and vicinity and during the past year they answered a total of 35 calls, including 20 grass fires, 6 fires in homes, 7 barns and outbuildings and 2 automobiles. Officers of (he. local organization arc Raymond Carlson, district marshal; Al Gehring, chief; Wayne Rosinc, assistant chief; Elgie Watts, chief of the Knoxvillc area; Harold Carlson, assistant; Al Howarter and William Wise, chief and- assistant in DcLong; Kenneth Nelson and Kenneth Eckman, chief and assistant in Gilson. Woman's Club Tuesday Past presidents of the Knoxvillc Woman's Club, prospective members and friends of the organization are invited to attend the Guest Day meeting Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Methodist Church. This occasion will also] mark the first meeting of the new year. Features of the meeting will be a business session, musical program and a social hour. Silver Tea at Church The Presbyterian Women's As-] sociation invites women from all churches in this vicinity to a silver tea Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. The feature part of the program will be slides of pictures taken at Boggs -Academy, shown by Mrs. Dana Stewart of Princevillc. Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary held an all day meeting Friday al the country home of Mrs. Arthur Robertson. The women met lo sew carpet rags for war veteran hospitals and at the same time took time out for their October business session. Mrs. Clarke Branting, president, was in charge of the business meeting when it was vote'd to make a cash donation to the Rehabilitation department program. The president reported 22 memberships paid. A potluck luncheon was served a I noon. To Grand Lodge Mrs. Victor Taylor, Mrs. John Thurman, Mrs. Betty Gooding and Mrs. Harley Butt are spending this week in Chicago attending Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star. Sessions opened today and will continue for five days. Church Women Meet Members of the Christian Woman's Fellowship of the Christian Church will be guests of Mrs. Ray Wilt and Mrs. Henry Atwater Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the former's home. Glisson Men's Club The Men's Club of Glisson Community will hold its October meeting Tuesday night at 7 o'clock at Glisson Community Center. Each member is reminded to bring his own table service. Moves to Mcudota The Oscar Walker family has moved from West Main street to Mendota. Their home has been rented to the Purchase family, formerly residing on West South street. Rural Club Party M.Y.N. Club members are invited to the home of Mrs. Carl Miller for dessert Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Harley McMullin will assist as hostess. KnoxVillc Briefs Mrs. Dwight Collins has returned from Moline, where she spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Carl Lagerlef. Mrs. Lagerlef recently submitted to a serious operation. Harlan Charles of Chicago spent the weekend here with his father, John Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowman were weekend visitors in Milwaukee, Wis., with the former's daughter, Miss Lola Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sherman and daughter, Martha, have re turned to their home in Sterling after visiting here with Mrs. Sherman's mother, Mrs. W. W. McBride. Observing the 85tli birthday of C. A. Seaman, 436 E. Grove St.. which was Sept. 19, a small group of friends and relatives gathered with potluck baked ham supper. A beautiful decorated cake was a gift of Mrs. Fred Anderson. Miss Bonnie Madison sang the Happy Birthday song to "Uncle Al." Asocial evening followed with some playing canasta. Mr, Seaman was happy to receive so many cards of greetings from his friends and relatives. He has not been well for many years but always enjoys having his friends call. He was born in Sweden and came to Galesburg when 15 years old. He is the oldest, living former employe of Churchill Hardware Co., now Mureen Hardware Co. He has been a member of the First Lutheran Church for 65 years. Monday, October 8 t tft9| 10 DKATHS AND FUNERALS MMDS O. AMOS AVON-Word has been received here of the death, Friday morning in St. Petersburg, Fla., of James O. Amos, 87, husband of the former Mis<-: Nell Perry of Avon, Mr. Amos, v,ho was a retired vice prcsi'lont. of the General Grocery Co. in S(. Louis, Mo., had resided in Florid,! the past 17 years. Surviving are the wile; a son, Earl H. of Tulsa, Okla.; a daughter, Mrs. Neil Phillips of St. Louis; a sislcr, Mrs. Jessie Lcachman of Los Angeles, Calif.; and four brothers, Frank and Ernest of Wheeling, W. Va., Knox of East Spuria, O., and Corbin of East Matamoras, O. Funeral services wil be conducted Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Cumer- ford-Kndslcy Memorial Home at Peoria. The Rev, William A. O'Neill will officiate and interment will be in the Springdale Mausoleum. WALTER CHRISTIAN cent years with a stepdaughter, Edith, and her husband—Mr. and Mrs. Earle Lewis—of Los Angeles. He is also survived by two sisters residing in Elgin. Funeral and burial will take place at Los Angeles on Tuesday. MISS MARY BRfJtWN GALVA — Funeral services for Miss Mary Frances Brown were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Johnson and Gill Chapel in Galva. The Rev. Ralph Osborne, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Altona, was in charge. Mrs. Verna Bowman An-, dcrson played the organ. Burial took place in Galva Cemetery. Body bearers were Clark Main, Ray Abcrnetby, Ev- lerett Steward, Anton Amcnoff, Milo Anderson and Carl Jacobson. WILLARi) I,. RGGERf Willard L. Eggcrf, 52, of 100 Lake St. died Srnday at 9 a.m. in hi? home, following an illness of 13 months. Mr. Eggert was born at Lincoln, Neb., June 4, 1901, and had resided in Galesburg since 1929. He was employed as a track foreman for the Burlington Railroad. Mr. Eggert, who was unmarried, was a member of the Presbyterian failh> also a member of Alpha Lodge of the A. F. of A. M. and the Maintenance of Wry Union. Surviving are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Eggert; a half- brother, Charles Eggert Jr. of Glendale, Calif., and a sislcr, Mrs. Homer Crawford of Galesburg. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the First and Puckelt Funeral Home. The Rev. Kermit W. Petersen, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, will officiate and burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at when illness forced his Retirement. Surviving are a son, Gome*, of I^ndon Mills; * daughter, Mra. Bernicc Goff of Victoria, and ft brother, J. W. Turnbull of Galesburg. > Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p. m. In the Cale Funeral Home, with the Rev. Thomas Lowery officiating. The family asks that flowers be omitted. MRS. ELIZABETH SEYFFERT Mrs. Elizabeth Seyffert of 425 E. Knox Drive, Tucson, Ariz., died Saturday al 9:30 a. m. She was the mother of Mrs. Milo J. Gibbs, formerly of 524 N. West St., and now of Kansas City, Mo. Local relatives include two grandchildren, Mrs. L. R. Painter, 524 N, West St. and Charles J. Gibbs of 1377 N. Prairie St. Funeral arrangements are pending. Miss Brown's death occurred in ilU . . , Altona Thursday. Her birth' tnc funeral home. occurred Oct. 26, 1859, in Knox J [ f -'ounty. | MRS . CLARA E. PRICE Waller christian. 82, died Salur-jMISS ANNIE OTTEN | Mrs. Clara E. Price, 66 who for day morning in his home at 1171 Miss Annie Often. 74, a sister ofjthe past three years res ded in the Kcniston Los Angeles, after sev- Mrs. Etta Moore, Alexis, died Fri-jhome of her son, Charles A. Hil- eral months' illness Failing health day at her home on the Jeff Otten'lard Jr. of Galesburg. died unex- had caused his retirement during farm near Bethel, Mo. She is sur-jpceledly Friday at 6:20 p.m. in a the p-ist year from the wholesale vived by three brothers and the]Peoria hospital, where she had un- ievvelry firm by which he had sister. Funeral services were heldidcrgone major surgery w been employed for 20 years. Saturday in the Concord Church 1 The former Clara E. Eltzroth | Robert D MRS. ERNEST D. DILLEY Mrs. Ernest D. Diliey, 55, of 230 Pine St., died Saturday at 11:30 p. m. in Cottage Hospital. Death was due to a cerebral hemorrhage. The former Jennie O. Gustafson was born in Galesburg Jan. 7, 1898, and attended schools here. Her marriage to Ernest D. Dilley took place in Galesburg July 10, 1917. She was a member of the First Lutheran Church. Surviving are the husband; a son, of Des Moines, Iowa, Mr. Christian was preceded in:near Bethel followed by burial in;was born at LaFayette May 29,1 anc j a s jster, Mrs. Ben Weir of Jaycee State Head to Talk At Bushnell Idle Miners Work BUSHNELL — Bushnell Junior Chamber of Ccmmerce will meet Wednesday at the Bushnell fire house with John King of Whealon, state president, as guest of bonor^ Hr»c«It .il and speaker. The Auxiliary of the |*-"l ^ wn «0&pil«U fire department will serve. a dinner at 7:15. death by his wife, the former Mary Temple Potts of Galesburg. Mrs. Christian was a sister of Mrs. O. N. Custer and of the late Mrs. J. M. Carley and Mrs. George Neil, Galesburg the church cemetery. j 1887, and was graduated from highJGalesburg"Route "i «„* ,.^wr>, i sch ° o1 lhere in . 1903 - she , was Funeral' services -will be con- MRS. HELEN CRAIG united in marriage to Fred Clducted Tuesday at 2 p. m. in First Mrs. Helen Craig, 51, a sister of Coleman at LaFayette in 1919. He Lutheran Church with the Rev. Mrs. Russell Foster, 393 Maplc'died at their farm home near thatJL C man Olsenius officiating. Friends Ave., died Saturday morning at city in 1926. Her marriage toj ma y call this evening at the Kim- Mr Christian bad resided in rc-jlhe Kewanee Public Hospital. She.Charles A. Hillard took place in ber and West Chapel. was a native of Cordova. She|l929. The Hillards moved to Red-j leaves her husband, George; a'field. S. D. and following her hus-i rFnprF RFI . daughter, Judith Joy Craig, dwell-band's death she returned to «»•! „ T " ^ hae hnnn ing at 800 S. Vine St.. Kewanee; nois, where her marriage to I FAR ^ n N GT 0 N - Wor ^f. s b " n nine sisters and two brothers. A^Everett Price took place at Toulon received here by Mrs. Nellie Gor- OMAHA Omaha police, who; s i s ter, Mrs. Paul Arthens, re-linl940. She was a member of | don A" 3 . 1 I> e . r brother, George Ben, Criminal)* May Star In Three Dimensional have already begun using color pic-| s id es at Cambridge. Ithe Toulon Baptist Church, lures for identification purposes,\ Funeral services will be held atl Surviving besides the son here are now ooking forward to addingj 2 p m Tucsday at the Sei{ert and , is a daughter by the first rnar- a three-dimensional depth system! Smith ' Funera , Home at Kewanee. as soon as funds are available. Local officers think the 3-D sys-i tern may be the first in the nation nage, Mrs. Eleanor Coleman Hart of Provo, Utah; a brother,' Burt W. Eltzroth Sr. of Toulon and five is to provide more lifelike pictures when projected on a screen, for identification purposes. will 2:30 be con- p. m. in RAYMOND SMIGAY The idea of both color and 3-D' Funeral services for Raymondjgrandchildren. inc iciea ooin CJIOI «»« 'Srnigay, 42, of Chicago and for-j Funeral services merly of Galesburg, were C on- !du cted Tuesday at ducted today at 2 p.m. in the Kim-!the Kidd's Funeral Home at Tou ber and West Chapel. The Rcv.; lon > where friends may call this M. L. Raymond, pastor of Trinity! evenin g- Lutheran Church, officiated. Or-' gan music was by Mrs. Wayne]WILLIAM MOBERG Tryon. Burial was in Memorial' Park Cemetery. I Pallbearers were Phillip Gustaf-; son, Dale Swanson. James Hogon,' Eugene Gasaway, Lyle Polen and Lawrence Sandeen. — Conby the BECKLEY, W. Va. UP) struction of a hospital United Mine Workers Welfare and Retirement Fund at nearby Stanaford is benefitting the coal diggers in more ways than one. The construction company reports that most of the men seeking construction work are unemployed coal miners. Nehru Thinks JUnited States Is Immature By PHIL NEWSOM United Press Foreign News Editor| ne was admitted as a patient that India's very vocal Prime Minis-jday at 3 a.m. He also had been Biggsville. The Rev. James McClelland, pastor, will officiate at the rites Burial will be in the Monmouth Cemetery. Friends may call this evening at the Sederwall Funeral Home in Biggsville. Mr. Lukens, who had been in failing health the past three years, died Sunday at 9 a.m. in Mercy Hospital at Burlington, la., where Cancer Executive Dies of Disease She Combattccl INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Mrs. Dorothy F. Buschmann, 56, executive secretary of 'he Marion Coun ty Cancer Society, died of cancer in a hospital here Saturday night. Mrs. Buschmann Was director of the Indianapolis Servicemen's Center which entertained thousands of GI's from Camp Atterbury and Fort Harrison and other installations. Known as "Ma" to the soldiers, Mrs. Buschmann also was active in many other civic and club enterprises. As a girl, she lived in, Hoopeston and Watseka, 111. DOCTOR* SAYS Cutkuro Soap, Ointment "r»Jiev* old folks' skin discomfort" Flagrant, caiolliem Cuticurs So*p andOiuuneatare so «x> tiling to dor, sensitive, itchy skip, also to discomfort of eczema, pain ol piles, hot tired feet Buy Cuticurs Soap and Ointment at druggist*. I'Letteroaftle-i W. S. C. S. To Meet Women's Society of Christian Service will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock for the general meeting. Guild will have the lesson and Mrs. Ed Thomas the devo- Itions. Heavy Rain Falls A heavy rain made its appearance here Saturday continuing all afternoon and in the evening. It was much needed for a number of wells were \ery low. Plan Party No. 4 School Community meet ing was held Friday evening at o'clock. It was the first meeting of the season end was a wiener roast and potluck. There was ai good attendance and the president, Mrs. Howard Foster, presided. It was decided to have a Hallowe'en masquerade party on Friday, Oct. 30. Committee to plan . refresh-, ments are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wal- ter Jawaharlal Nehru accuses theihospitalized several times before ter, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Emory iP nlted states of being P° btlcallv iduring his period of illness. Quigle, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Chase ,m i" at "? e - , 4 . Li Mr. Lukens was born in Rozetta and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Perry. The ufnite , d States might accuse Township 0 f Henderson County Joins Sorority ! Neh . n i °[ suffering, politically, from Noy _ 10> i 869 , and was married to Miss Connie Clarke, daughter oI| anA i n l enr ' or '^/ 00mP i ^c t Miss Cora Bowen in Stronghurst Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clarke, was! At any rate, a series of events;. 18gg initiated into Pi Beta Phi sorority f erases by Nehru in recent, at Lawrence Ccllege at Appleton,' we4eks hasL not improved relations' Wis i between the two countries. At Macomb Event I. The brilliant, 64-year old Nehru Several Rebekahs from this city ! l " h f" te . d j? ls man H e ? f leade " hl P attended the Patriarchs Militant!™ Indian people from Mohan- Canton at Macomb Friday evening| dus Gandhi. He is a contradictory at the I. O. O. F. Hall. They were! man with a determ.ned and appar- entertained by the Auxiliary, with! enU . v 1l . n f ul ?, cU . v f. d Jf trust .^ £ £. he I'-'i?" a program and social evening. Penalist West. It would be diffi- Mrs. Mabel MeHendig of this city cult to sa y J ust what the United was a member of the program states couId do to please him. committee and Mrs. Alta Fox and H , e has denied that India wants Mrs. Ella Berg of this city were a P lace on the Korca Political con- i the refreshment committee. ference table, but, because the Will Meet United States banned India from Upstreamcrs Class of the Bap- th e conference, he accused the U.S.! MRg GRACE MATHEWS tist Church will meet .Thursdayjgovernment of flouting the will of STRONGHURST — Mrs Grace evening at 7:30 o'clock in the homej b °t h Asla and Europe. Mathews a former resident of the of Mrs. Mildred Miller. ' » e describes Indian policy as in- R 0 , e T taS ' ad Emouth areas ded Pinochle Club dependent but not neutral. And, Hozelta ana Monmoutn areas, aiea William Moberg, 79, of Galesburg, Route 1, died Sunday at 4 a.m. in^t. Martha's Nursing Home at Kno'xville. Death was due to arteriosclerosis and he had been ill five years. Mr. Moberg was born at Hen- WILLIAM A. LUKENS Iderson Grove Sept. 17, 1874, and GLADSTONE—Funeral services he was a lifelong resident of that for William Alexander Lukens, 83, community, where he was engaged a retired farmer who resided two in farming. His marriage to Tillie miles southwest of here, will be'Sanburg took place in Galesburg held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Dec. 9, 1908. She died April 24, United Presbyterian Church at; 1924 69, died Saturday at 9 p.m. in his home at Phoenix, Ariz. Funeral services and burial will be in Phoenix. Mr. Bell was born on a farm near Galesburg Aug. 22, 1884. He married Miss Blanche Brooks in Farmington and the Bells moved to Arizona several years ago. Surviving are the wife; two sons, Elsworth T. of Phoenix and Eugene W. of Norfolk, Va.; three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Magill of Peoria, Mrs. A. C. Zimmerman of Canton and Mrs. Nellie Gordon of Farmington; a brother, John Bell of Des Moines, la., and four grandchildren. Presbyterian Church in Stronghurst until it was disbanded. He later joined the United Presbyterian Church at Biggsville. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Glen Lukens of Gladstone; two brothers, Clair Lukens of Santa Ana, Calif., and Frank Lukens of Alberta, Canada; a sister, Mrs. Laura Allaman of Monmouth and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Ervin; a brother and a sister. He was a member of the Messiah Lutheran Church at Henderson Grove, having been a trustee when the church was built. He also served several years as a deacon of the church. He was an organizer and a charter member of the Luther League, had served as commissioner of highways in Henderson Township and had participated in other community activities. Surviving are three sons, Rudolph, Ray and Forrest, of Galesburg; a daughter, Mrs. Eunice Johnson of Alexis; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Nelson and Miss Cora Moberg of Henderson Grove, and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Messiah Lutheran Church. Dr. Emil Bergren, pastor, will officiate and burial will be in the Henderson Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the Kimber and West Chapel Tuesday evening. Persons desiring to send flowers may instead send contributions to the memorial fund of the Messiah Lutheran Church, Henderson Grove. JAMES M. ROSS ROSEVILLE — Funeral services for James Murphy Ross were held on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Roseville Methodist Church in the charge of the Rev. Francis Samuelson. John Jones sang with Mrs. John Doole as accompanist. The pallbearers were Ora Oneal, Chester Ross, Clifford Ross, George Hutchins, Harland Ewing and Gilbert Ross. The burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. evening in the home of Mr. and ! ic 7.. he declares that''any countryi«einngton, ivan. Mrs. Orth Mikesell with all mem-l whlcl > disapproves ' his own policy bers present. Favor for men went!. nlu ft be thinking .n terms of push- to Gerald Raby; for women to Mrs.! 1 "! the people of India around. .1 n-i .. — saying There is an old that igtc ces are set for 2:30 o'clock Tues day afternoon at the Rozetta Ceme (ery. The body is to arrive In i Stronghurst at 4 o'clock Tuesday WILLIAM F. TURNBULL LONDON MILLS — William Forrest Turnbull, 73, died Sunday in Cottage Hospital, Galesburg, where he had been a patient for two days He had farmed in Knox and Fulton Counties until a few years ago, I monumEnTS 1 LACKY & SONS "Sticks and stones may break my morning, according to word received by the Mellor Funeral Home. Charles Murphy. Next meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Charles, , , Murphy. bones but words will never hurt Gives Report ! m J: , , . . . . Alice Carey Risley tent No. 87, | Nehru's utterances might be Daughters of the Union Veterans:P laced in the latter category but|CLYDE O. WILLIAMS of the Civil War of 1861-1865 metS for some other unfortunate develop-j BUSHNELL—Clyde O. Williams, Friday evening in the American! ments - |84, a real estate man in Bushnell! Legion Hall with the president,! Tnese have occurred at the "un Mrs. Sarah Orwig, presiding. -repatriates" camp at Panmunjom The program was on the storvinhere Indian troops are guarding of Mother Bickerdyke, a nurse o*f some 23 -°00 war prisoners unwilling the Civil War. to Past national president, Missjas chairman of the five-nation neu Ora Cox, told of presenting greet-11"! commission, ings to the national convention of! There, the commission first was the American War Mothers in the abused of distributing Communist- Abraham Lincoln Hotel at Spring-j sJan ted literature to anti-Commu- field, Sept. 28. | nist prisoners. The next business meeting of: Tnen . over United States and Althe tent will be held in the Ameri-! lied objections that it violated the 150 W. MA IN - GALESBURG e*& • Phone, • Write KIMBER & WEST Air-Conditioned Chapel FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 40 Years 36 PUBLIC SQUARE Mrs. Ernest D. Dilley 230 Pine St. Funeral: 2 P.M. — TUESDAY at FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Friends may call at Kimber and West Chapel this evening. Mr. Wm. Moberg Rt. 1, Galesburg Funeral: 2 P.M. — WEDNESDAY at Henderson Grove Church Friends may call at Kimber and'We§t Chapel Tuesday evening. (Friends wishing to make floral offerings may send funds to MemoriaJ Fund at Henderson Grove Church.) for many years, died suddenly about 5 o'clock Sunday night at the home of his sister, Miss Flor. i i , i- . 'ence Williams of 129 Harris Ave., go home and where India acts; Bushnell _ Hc . had been receiving can Legion Hall Nov. 6. The hummage sale continues Bushnell Personals Mrs. Herbert Rock of Rapatee whole spirit of voluntary repatria tion, the commission ruled that prisoners may be forced to attend "explanation" sessions attempting is visiting her "daughter7MVs .'"Les-!to get them to change their minds ter White, and family, and Mr. and! The commission also asked that Mrs John Hatch il he 90-day period for "explana- Earl Beatty was brought to his^ons" be extended. The U.N. Corn- home east of Bushnell on Saturdayi'"a, nd .^u/fd. _ by ambulance from the University! Anally, Lt. Gen. ... S. fhimay>a, Hospital at Iowa City. 'Indian chairman of the comnus- •Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goff have >™ n > * aid that anti-Communist pns- raoved from 279 Dean St., to Mrs.j«»\ e " "appeared to have been mis- Veronica's property on South ]informed'' about^ their nghts-pre- Front street. isuraably by the U^N. Mrs. Weber and son, Bill, have! "is inconceivable that Nehru is treatment for a heart ailment. Arrangements are pending at the Kugler Funeral Home. Mr. Williams is survived by two sens, Harold of Los Angeles, Calif., land David of Kansas City, Mo.; three daughters, Mrs. Lona Smith of Davenport, Mrs. Chella Murphy of Burljngton and Mrs. Bmma Veatch of Bloomington; the sister at home; three brothers, Charles of Taos, N. M., who is visiting in Bushnell, Emmerson of Bushnell and Chalmer of Beverly Hilts,I Calif.; three grandchildren and two! great-grandchildren. moved to Peoria. Son Born FARMINGTON — Dr. and Mrs. R. Kent Swedlund of 727 Marsh St., Sacramento, Calif., are the parents of a son, Stephen Kent, born Monday morning. Mrs. Swedlund is the former Blanche Record of Farmington. not in touch with his chairman to know the course of events. His own actions against Reds inside his own country make it also inconceivable that he is in cahoots with Moscow. Nehru finds it impossible to understand the United States. However, Nehru, a man who 1 stands on bis bend to relrx, is just! a;: incomprehensible to the United jStates.' aoaotout, M tf FALL MONUMENTS CALE FUNERAL HOME London Mills, 111. William Forrest Turnbull London Mills Funeral services will be held at the CALE FUNERAL HOME TUESDAY, OCT 6 — 2 P.M. In charge of Rev. Thomas Lowery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Please Omit Flowers. KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois EIRoy P. Hller Services in memory of Mr. Hiler will be conducted at 2:00 Tuesday afternoon at the Klinck Mortuary. Rev. John H. Clarke officiating. Friends may call at the mortuary this evening. Interment, Knoxville Cemetery. F IRST & PUCKETT FUNEBAL HOME, loo, 98 N. Chambers Street Dial 4111 MR. WILLARD L. EGGERT, 100 Lake St. Funeral Tuesday at 3:00 P.M. at First & Puckett. Rev. Kermit Petersen officiating. Burial in Memorial Park. Friends may call this evening

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