Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1953
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ill Ifaliy 1% Held At Oplilem Church; PfOttram e§cntc*l rJraiEM ** Rail? Day was e* served Sunday at (hfeGrtee Ltf therari Church. Attendshce was &S, including teachers and the Bible class at Sunday School. Promoted to the intermediate! departments were: Barbara Lar- sori, Julie Wing, Cynthia Johnson Mahlon Johnson, Sidney Peterson, Grefeorg Miller, Tommy Edmund Wesley Carlson^ ftodney Peterson and John Isaacson. Beginners in the nursery were Sandra Briggs Brenda Mattson, Paula Briggs and Steven Edmund, with an enroll merit Of 70 in the Sunday School Mentioned for a perfect attendance for orie : year, were the Rev. A. J. Anderson, Mrs. Almeda Samuelson, teacher, Harry Carl son, Archie Samuelson and Gary Nelson. The Sunday School presented a program in the evening at which time Mrs. Eric Streed, superin^ tendent of the nursery and be ginners' departments, and Miss Catherine Johnson, superintendent of the primary, junior and inter mediate departments, were in charge. > ' The Rev. and Mrs. GustWMnd and family and Mrs. Lydia Peter son of Escanaba, Mich., are visit ing at the Walter Peterson home. Mrs. Almeda Samuelson . and Mrs. Forrest Isaacson attended the Lynn-Andover Home Bureau meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Orville Briggs home near Cam bridge. Mrs. Ralph Young was as sistant hostess. Mrs. A. J. Anderson, Mrs. Ly man Gustus, • Mrs. Duane Rehn, Mrs. LaVern Johnson and Miss Catherine Johnson, Monday at tended the Rock District Women's Missionary Society executive board and leadership training meeting at the First Lutheran Church, Rock Island. Matfii on MAQUON — Gene Strode is en joying a vacation trip to Havana Cuba as guest of the Ford Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moody and daughters spent Saturday at the 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. James Pillman at Hanna City. Mr. and Mrs. William Outland, who have been at the home of her mother, Mrs. Candace Harbison, have moved to Chicago. Mrs. Elsie Kelso of Galesburg spent Sunday afternoon at the country home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harper. The Rev. Julius J. Webb left Sunday evening for Evanston where he is a student at the Garrett Biblical Institute. < Mr. and Mrs. Rolland McWilliams and Rita of Galesburg were in town Sunday evening calling on relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf of Woodward, Iowa, came Friday to .spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kay Loy. Mrs. Lela Strode of Knoxville is also visiting her daughter, Mrs. Loy. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis spent the weekend in Joliet with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Phillip Davis and son, Tom. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Head of Galesburg were Saturday morning callers at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cholic Smith, and brother, OUie Melton. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Moats and house guest, Mrs. Pearl Sprurlock of Ottumwa, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Moats at Industry. . Mr. and Mrs. George Benjamin of Granite City, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Harler, Farmington, and Mr. and Mrs. John Harler and Alan were Sunday dinner guests at the country home of their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harler. SIDE GLAMES By Galbraitb T. M. Rif. U. ». Ptl WTJ ttffriHi by MA tirvtm, tm. "No «ats! I got orders to come home after the show- Dad says I've been sowing so many wild oats he's going in for crop reduction!" Promotion Dfty Held At Belmont Church BELMONT — Promotion Day was, held Sunday during the Sunday School hour. A special program was given. Those promoted were Mike Fredrickson, Rtfdney Alford, ( and Myra Knupp to junior class; Darlene Fredircksort, Sharon Dye, Karen Biddle, Sally Kau«- larich, and Carol Hale, to primary class; Joyce Biddle to high school class; and LaJune Fredrickson to adult class. Communion services were held during the church services. Mrs. George Kauzlarich enter' tained the W.S.C.S. recently with a potluck dinner at noon., There were 18 women and nine children present. Mrs. Pete Fredrickson gave the devotion and Mrs. Ralph Simms the lesson. The Prayer Circle was by Mrs. Torrence Free. Discussions pertaining to pension fund followed. It was voted to pledge $100 to the fund to be paid in the next three years. A talk was given by Mrs. C. C. Ash, secretary of status of women. The Belmont school and Maple Grove school pupils played ball at Maple Grove Monday afternoon. There were 17 pupils who had perfect attendance for the month of September in the Belmont school. Wire worms, army wOrms and grasshoppers are among the insects pestering Kentucky farmers. BE CAREFREE BE CAR FREE . . . lake it Easy- lake a Greyhound Just sit back and relax—it's so quick, easy and convenient , .. so low in cost... for example: NORTHBOUND Buiei Leave: 7:10 A.M. *:« P.M. Meliat, IU $ 1.00 Ci»v«l«od, Ohio 10.40 ttntgn Harbor, Mich. 6.55 Erie, Ptnn. 13.85 SOUTHBOUND Buiei Leave: 10:17 A.M. |:52 P.M. Memphit, Term. $10.50 Tempi, Florid* 23.75 Mobil*, Alt. — 16.30 Arlinte, Georgie 14.65 Plus U.$. Tax. Big Savings on Round-Trips UNION BUS -gBFfc DEP01 Observe Birthday of LaFayette Woman LaFAYETTE — A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stout celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Stout, which is Oct. 13. Those present were Carl and Ronald Stout, Audrey Ogden and four children, Arlene, Mark, Carla Faye and Jackie. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Collinson and four children, Verna, Carol, Mavis and Robert, all of Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Stout and children, Dennis, John, David and Rickey, of Clinton, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Eddis Stout and. daughter, Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Donie Stout and children, Donna, Jerri and Michael. Mrs. Marvin Grimm spent night at home last week, returning to Peoria the following morning with her son, Leslie. Mr. Grimm is still a patient' at the Methodist Hospital in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Dale White have gone to Denver, Colo, to visit her brother, Wayne, and family. They left Wednesday night. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd White recently were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Buffum and Mrs. Russell Buffum of Long Beach, Calif, and Mrs. W. C. Winans of Yucaipa, Calif. Seaton Birthday SEATON—Merle Waugh planned a surprise birthday party for his wife Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. i Cecil Waugh, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waugh, of Little York, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Waugh of Aledo, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Harrison of Little York, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Duncan and Miss Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Waugh and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Douglas and family. Henderson HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bradfield of Stockport, Iowa, were Sunday visitors at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cecil Hudson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Freberg entertained the following relatives of Mrs. Freberg in honor of the birthdays of their little daughter, Janet, and Mrs. Freberg's Grandfather Halsey of Maquon. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pumfrey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pumfrey and son, Mr. and Mrs. Holt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Flickinger and Mrs. Jessie Pumfrey. Mr. Halsey was not able to attend the birthday dinner in his honor, but most of the relatives visited him Sunday afternoon. Bert Cooksey has just returned home after being a patient in Cottage Hospital for five days. His condition is fair. Mrs. Beatrice Peterson and daughter of New Windsor are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Strawhacker of Clayton were Sunday visitors at the home of their son, Carl Strawhacker, and family. Ophiem OPHIEM—Mrs. and Mrs. George E. Johnson entertained at dinner Sunday honoring the birthdays of Catherine and Astrid Johnson, also Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kiilion of Orion. Attending were the Johnson families from Osco, Orion and Alpha, numbering 17. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Vancil during the weekend were Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Weaver of Freeport. Mrs. Weaver is a sister of Mr. Vancil. Miss JoAnn Nelson, Moline; John Reed of Manchester, Conn., an Augustana College student, and Philemon Anderson, of the Augus tana Seminary, Rock Island, were Sunday dinner guests of the Rev and Mrs. A. J. Anderson. Install Officers for Bureau at Belmont BELMONT — The Bald Bluff Home Bureau unit met with Mrs Fred Olson Monday afternoon with nine members and .a guest present. The home adviser gave the major lesson on "Eradication of Brucel­ losis." The minor lesson was installing of officers by Mrs. C. C. Ash. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Nona Rowley Will have the November meeting. Miss Naomi Purlee accompanied Miss Esther Scott of Monmouth to Springfield on Saturday to spend the weekend. Gerlaw GERLAW — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ryner and Gary and Mrs. Dorothy Bird and daughter were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Michael and family of Joy Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Helm and family attended a family gathering Sunday in the home of her sister, Mrs. Perry Borclift, and family at Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevenson and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mason were guests in the home of Elsie Miller Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bersted, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, all of Monmouth, were visitors of Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Johnson Thursday evening. Mrs. Myrtle E. Bennett spent several days in th"e home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Porter in Quincy. * GO TO A / MOVIE THEATR! WEDNESDAY, OCt. 1 Gerlaw fit .A. Holds Meeting at School GERLAW^— The September meeting- of the P. T. A. was held at the school house recently. , A large crowd was in attendance' and refreshments were served by Annabelle Lee, Juanita Hawkins, Helen Boock, Mary Gibson, Frances Russell, Gladys Hennenfent and Ethel Johnson. OBPHEUM: "South Sea Women," 1;30, 3:35, 5:40, 7:45, 9:50. WEST: "Twilight Women," 1:30, 4:18,i 7:06, 9:54; "The Slashef," 3:00, 8:48, i — 8:36 ' ,„ , „ ' Mrs. Harry C. Smith Of Mon- Francls Covers\ m ^ xih Wflg hostesg to her Bridge ABBY (Abingdon): the Big Town," 7:15, 9:10. Avon AVON — Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wall of New Berlin, N. Y.; Mrs. Ken Klers, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Sanders of La Mesa, Calif., are visiting members of the Wall fami lies. Mrs. Klers is the former Myra Wall, and Mrs. Sanders is the former Mary Wall. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hunter spent the latter part of the week visiting Mr. Hunter's brothers in Belmore, Ohio, and Dcmont, Ind. They were accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Jane Blair of Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Kidwell and son, Michael, of Louisville, Ky., arrived Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison. Mrs. Forrest Long and Mrs. Tim Myers spent Wednesday in North Henderson at the home of Mrs. Long's sister, Mrs. John McKcague. Mrs. McKeague entertained a group of friends in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Guy Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asquith of Galesburg J were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Crissey. Mr. and Mrs. James Hosking of Rochester, Mich., arrived Sunday for a brief visit at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bell. Mrs. M. R. Staggs returned home Friday from Rockaway Beach, Mo., where she had been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cox. Club recently. Prizes were award ed to'Mrs, John Blair and Mrs. Wes Flesher. The October meeting of the Gerlaw Community Club was held at the clubhouse Friday night with a very large attendance. Several ^interesting skits were enjoyed and a potluck dessert lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hennenfent were in charge Of the entertainment. Mrs. Allan Bird and daughter, Leslie Audrea, of Boulder, Colo., arrived Sunday morning for a visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ryner. Laura LAURA — Among Galesburg shoppers Friday were the Claudls Gray family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Juers, Bob Hammerle family, Mrs. [James Kemper, Ruth Moore and Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Reed. Charles Kalb returned to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., after a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kalb. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones were in Galesburg Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Purccll and daughters of Mason City spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Edson Purcell. Sidney Webster of Ft, Leonard Wood spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Webster. Hannah Beamer returned home Sunday from a visit with the Walter Beamer family in Galesburg. Marianne Moore of Monmouth College spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Moore. John Smith ,of Toulon was a business caller in Laura Monday. Mrs. Davis of Abingdon spent the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Fred C. Jones. Hold Gilson Party GILSON — Mrs. Fay Woolridge entertained friends at a card party at her home Sunday evening. Refreshments were served by the daughter, Carol. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Howarter, Maquon; Mr. and Mrs. Borrell McWilliams, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McCoy, DeLong, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Steele, Wafaga. READ THE WANT ADS WHEN BETTER SANDWICHES AND MALTS ARE SERVED G0LD-N-NUGGET 614 West Main Street WILL SERVE THEM. Optometrists say that women are only one-fifth as likely to be color blind as men. Corn Bread & Bean Supper Benefit of Eegles Auxiliary Friday Evening, Oct. 9 In Aerie Heme, 74 N. Chamber* Serving Starts 4:30 P. M. ABBY TONITE & THURSDAY v SERVICE C T ) TRA0E-IN ALLOWANCE Ot< ANY MAKE NEW5HAVE.R. TSHAVERS SHARPEMEPl OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 1 110 E.AAAIN ST. 1 GROVE — ENDS TONITE — "LILI" In Technicolor! STARTS THURSDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Thrill Te OR* Of The Great Reveletleee I 01 All Timet (hina VENTURE SullMN'maWim ittfTaflf VMM SECOND FEATURE "THE UNTAMED BREED" Sonny Tufts,- George "Gabby" Hayee According to a popular myth, the Isle of Man came into existence when an Ulster giant called Finn MacCoul grabbed a mound of earth in Northern Ireland and threw it into the Irish Sea. The largest glacier in Colorado the mile-square Arapaho ice sheet — is the water reservoir for the city of Boulder, which owns exclusive rights to the ice. New Wlntlaot Boy Notes 7lh Birthday NEW WINDSOR — Vernon 8 *t« terdahl observed his 7th birthday anniversary Friday and in honor of the occasion his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Selterdahl, entertained a group of boys during the evening. A wiener roast was enjoyed by the following: Sidney Peterson of Ophiem, George Sherrard of Rio, Loren and Donald Swihart, Roger", Roland and Marvin Sctterdahl. Later the group attended the ROVA-Winola football game In Viola. EVERY NIGHT Starling at 8:00 P.M. Margaret Thompson at the HAMMOND ORGAN and PIANO AUCIES AIRPORT INN 1 KNOXVILLE TONITE THURSDAY EXTRA - "SPIKE JONES" IN HOLLYWOOD TECHNICOLOR IS MORE WONDERFUL ON OUR MAGIC PANORAMIC SCREEN THE SEAS HAVE NEVER SEEN THE LIKE OF HIS PLUNDERING ADVENTURES! BLACKBEARD THE PIRATE tu /uri, TECHNICOLOR Robert NEWTON Linda DARNELL WiManBENDIX f WOW'/** * « Jti* Hear the, COUNTRY LIFE STORY told by its early leaders^ over \ RADIO STATION WGN CHICAGO AT 8:00 to 8:30 P. M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th ~$ A VIVID, DRAMATIC ACCOUNT OF HOW AND WHY ILLINOIS*; FARMERS ORGANIZED A LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WILL t BE RELATED BY NOTED FARM LEADERS, EARL C. SMITH, T^} DONALD KIRKPATRICK, CHARLES B. SCHUMAN AND MANY ' OTHERS. PLAN NOW TO TUNE IN ON THIS HISTORIC EVENT 720 ON YOUR DIAL DRIVE-IN THEATRE COMING SUNDAY! "SO THIS IS LOVE" Kathryn Grayson TONITE AND THURSDAY Big Double Feature Program! HIS INFAMOUS LOVES! HIS RUTHLESS ^ —v CRIMES! HIS \ • DEADLY ^-ty^* SINS!/" jR* ^ You'll Scream, Howl, Yelll KEITH LARSEN - DONA DRAKE PEGGIE CASTIC V"'H DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY • Good Food • Dancing • Entertainment e Air Conditioned Ken Henderson AND HIS COMBO Every Wed. • Thurt. • Frl. * S»t. ' We Are Members of the Tavern Nite Drawing. 2100 FRANK'S 2100 Grand Avenue Phone 6400-6 Ends TONITE! • BURT LANCASTER - VIRGINIA MAYO -in"SOUTH SEA WOMAN" OPEN DAIIY AT 1:15 CONTINUOUS DAIIY FROM 1 :30 a-* TOMORROW! RICHARD CARLSON • VERONICA HURST YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR EYES! Women lott In a twdg* of horrors I • The corridor • of bats! • The secret that turned a men's hair white overnight! • A strong* monster hurtling at youl • The suipMse •ml that startled tin werWI Ends TONITE! • 2 ADULT SHOCK FEATURES 2 "TWILIGHT "7tfr "THE WOMEN" ----- SLASHER" 1 OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30 P. M. r WEST Hey Kids! Tomorrow Only! A GIANT CARTOON SHOW! DOOM Open at 9:30 — First Show at 10:30 A. M. Continuous Shows All Day and All Evening. COME and SEE! IC0M8 All Your Favorite Cartoon Characters Children 25c Adults 50c (Tax Included* FRIDAY SATURDAY TWO WALT DISNEY ALl-TLME GREATS! | UtottT)i #iwt* WALT OISNEVS pnow Seven Dwarrs HBUUTIQN OF 14 RTA*URE ISLAND 47 |. P/«M* Pbeot 6767-e i* R t: Y H O U N !> 4 A

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