Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1953 · Page 24
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1953
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111, Wednesday, October 7, 1999 X Abingdon Club in Salute to National Newspaper Week ABINGDON-Abingdon Kfwanis Club, following the Kiwanls International recognition of National Newspaper Week, had ns their speaker on Monday evening at the Christian Church, Fred W. Shoop, editor of the Abingdon Kodak. Mr Shoop gave an Interesting history of the newspaper, beginning with Uic time of Benjamin Harrison and his contribution and mentioned Horace Greeley, William Allen White and a number of famous mid westerners whose work was outstanding. He said there are 1,786 newspapers in the United Stales and 53,900,000 circulation." Ulysses Faralli, program chairman, introduced Mr. Shoop and other press dinner guests, Miss Mary Lou Stover of the Abingdon Argus and Miss Bernice Ehrenhart, correspondent of the Daily R- gister-Mail. Phil Bulkclcy presided over the business meeting following dinner at which 30 members were present. Plan New .Store Alfred Lamberti, Robert Owens and Joe Peluso have let the.con­ tract for Lamberti's Super Market construction to L. J, Wilson, contractor, which will be located on the south curve of Route 41 on the property purchased last summer from Walter Klcft and directly north of Zimmer Farm Store. Work will begin in a couple of weeks and weather permitting the structure will be closed in by the first of the year. Mr. Lamberti, Mr. Owens and Mr. Peluso have had long experience in the grocery business having operated a store In Abingdon for many years and for the past several years a supermarket in London .Mills. Will Meet The Pilgrim Fellowship of the Congregational Church will meet Friday at 7 o'clock instead of their regular night because of the football game. The choir will also meet that same evening. 2-Day School Holiday The Abingdon Unit School District 217 will be closed on Thursday and Friday of this week to enable the faculties to attend the Knox County Meeting on Thursday and the Western Division meeting on Friday. Both are to be held in Galesburg. Absentee Shower Mrs. Tommy Tucker and Mrs. Jeff Lawson entertained a group of friends on Monday evening at the home of the former with an absentee pink and blue shower for Mrs. John Woolsey of Hutchinson, Kan. , The 17 guests spent the evening gift wrapping the many parcels and writing personal notes to the honoree. Guests were present from Avon and Knoxvillc as well as Abingdon. Undergoes Surgery Ava Lee Pulliam, 3-menth-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pulliam, submitted to facial surgery at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago on Monday morning. Mrs Pulliam accompanied her daugh ter to Chicago on Saturday by train. Ava Lee is getting along satisfactorily and will probably be able to return to her home about Oct. 14. W.S.C.S. Potluck The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will have their annual potluck birthday dinner in the church dining rooms at 6:15 o'clock Fri day evening. Each one attending is asked to take a covered dish and table service. All members are especially urged to attend. The Dorcas Circle will be in charge of the dinner. Club Meets Mrs. George Anderson was host ess to the members of the NBC Club at her home on Monday eve ning. Three tables of contract were enjoyed following dessert refreshments. Guests included Mrs. R. E. Kiddoo and Mrs. E. T. Heath. High scoring prize went to Mrs Russell Reese, second high to Mrs. Fred Castle and traveling prize to Mrs. E. T. Heath. Fire Drills Held Students cleared school buildings in fast and orderly exits on Tues day afternoon when Fire Protec tion Week was observed with fire drills conducted by volunteer firemen of the Abingdon' Fire Pro tection District. Eight members from the Abingdon station, head ed by Chief J. O. Simms, conducted surprise drills at the Lincoln and Washington grade buildings, the MRS. HARVEY RITES—Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock for Mrs. Anna Trovllla Harvey, 93, who died Monday. The Rev. Harold Daglcy was in charge of the services at the Sullivan-Larson Funeral Home. Burial was in the Abingdon Cemetery. high school, the kindergarten, rural attendance ' centers Cross Lanes, Valley, Cherry Grove, and the Hcrmon and DeLong Grade Schools. The Berwick unit called drills at Ritchey, Berwick and Muddy Corners Schools, and the St. Augustine unit volunteer firemen look care of St. Augustine. Students were made cognizant of fire safety through literature of comic and illustrative story coloring books which were distributed by the firemen following the drills. Two groups of kindergarten children made field trips to the Abingdon Fire Station Tuesday and two groups of classes made similar trips today. Abingdon Notes Gene Adcock, Norfolk, Va., arrived home on Tuesday for a 30- day leave. Mr. and Mrs. C. B-. Holstine returned on Friday from Rolla, Mo,, where they visited their son-in- law and daughter, Pvt. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson, and their new grandson, Brent. Mrs. Holstine had spent the past two weeks there and Mr. Holstine had been there since Tuesday. Mrs. Celeste Lindoft and Mrs J. E. Rapuzzi left on Tuesday morning on a motor trip to the Smokies. Dr. Leo Gleavc and Johnny Suy dam left on Tuesday afternoon by car for a deer hunting trip West which will take them through Wyoming, the Dakotas and Utah, and California where they will visit relatives. They expect to be gone several weeks. During this time Dr. Gleave's office will be open until noon daily for mak ing of appointments. FIRING SQUAD—The firing squad of the Wilbur Hagberg post of the American Legion at Galva is holding a benefit movie, Staiag 17, Oct. 20 to 22. The squad will use Its share of the advance sale of tickets to purchase equipment. In the shots, first row from left are Willard Lauren, Lawrence Ericson, Bob Tarleton, and William Quinney. Second row, Dr. C. J. Maginel, Edwin Massinglll, Howard Cain and Harold Flack. Rear row, DOB Lord, Glenn Hobbs, Axel Fahnstrom, Clarence Spencer and Robert Baldwin. Mr. Baldwin Is commander of the squad; the Rev. Axel Fahnstrom, chaplain; and Dr. C. J. Maginel, post commander. Color guard is Don Lord, Glenn Hobbs, Axel Fahnstrom, Clarence Spencer and Harold Flack. Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away • • • • Nagging backache, IOM of pep and energy, headachei and dizain*** may b« due to (lowdown of kidney function. Doctor* lay good kidney function if very important to good health. When aomatveryday condition, such as Stress and atrain, eauaas tola importar' function to slow down,many folks suflerimg. as stress and atrain, eauaea tola important function to slow down,many folVssuflt King backache—feel miserable. Minor oer Irritation* due to cold or wrong diet may causo getting up sight* or frequent paaeagea. Don t neglect your kidneya if theae conditions bother you. Try Doan'a Fill*—a mild diuretic. Uaed successfully by million* for over 60 years. It's amazing how many time* Doan'a givu happy relief from these discomforts-help the 15 mileaof kidney tube* and filter* flush out waste. Get Doan » Fill* today I City Council At Bushnell In Meeting BUSHNELL — Bushnell city council met Monday evening with all members present but Alderman T. E. Samuelson. Claims against the city were read and allowed. A large tree on Front Street in front of the Howard Matthewson residence will be removed. There was some discussion on the new pavement of district 22. W. W. Ewing presided at the meeting of the Rotary Club Mon day evening. The district govern or, Clarendon E. Van Norman of Galesburg, made his official visit to the club and also spoke on "Ro tarianism." Visiting Rotarians were Louis Pappmeier and Harold Papp- meier of Galesburg. Perry Opp had as his guest, Dr. Phil Steinfeldt of Galesburg. Following the meeting the officers of the club, assembly was held with committee chairmen and officers. Esther Circle The Esther Circle of the Methodist Church met Monday evening at the parsonage with 13 members present. The new president, Mrs, Helen Combs, presided, and Mrs. J. B. Meloan had the devotions. Mrs. Dail Huddleson gave the lesson from the study book "The Sower Went Forth." During the social hour refreshments were served. Birthday Party A birthday party was held in the home of Mrs. Helen Suter Monday for her granddaughter, Sherry Linn Mote, -who was 1 Monday. Her mother, Mrs. Mote, baked the birthday cake. Those present were Rebecca Mae Suter, Deborah Suter of Palm Beach, Calif; Susan Annette Lyons, Mark McCance, Jada and Beverly McCance, Rodney Williams and Kenny Scott. The afternoon was spent taking pictures of Sherry with her grandmother, Mrs. Helen Suter, and great-grandmother Mrs. Grace McCance. Refreshments were served. We Are Taking o 4-Day Vacation THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY W. WUl Be Open As Usual On MONDAY, OCTOBER 12 Buy Enough Ice Cream to Last Over the Week-Endl PURITAN DAIRY Shorty Simms — Abingdon* III HOLD INITIATION—The Future Craftsmen of America at Galva High School held initiation for 19 new members Tuesday night at the school. Two of the newcomers, Bill Cardiff, left, and Dwain Bell are pictured as they went through the "tortures" thought up by upper classmen. The F.C.A. unit will take a trip to Chicago on Oct. 17 to visit the Museum of Industry and Science. Club adviser is Fred Triebe. City Council at Galva Okays Landscape Work in Parks GALVA — For the first time,tests showed that the water was in several months, Alderman E.jsafe for drinking. C. Robinson was present for aj The following bills and claims regular meeting of Galva City j were allowed and ordered paid Council held Tuesday night in City Hall. The 1st Ward alderman was hospitalized for a time and later confined to his home by illness. A report was made by W. A. Samuelson on one of the meetings which he attended at the state convention of Illinois Municipal League at Springfield during the past weekend when Social Security for municipal employes was discussed. Samuelson, who heads the ordinance committee of the council, reported that according to the law. all municipal employes are entitled to Social Security if they so desire, regardless of their status as a part or full time em ploye. Copies of the Social Security law for municipal employes will soon be issued in a manual together with a copy of the or dinance which must be filed in Springfield not later than Dec. 1. It is expected that the ordinance will become effective by Jan. 1, 1954. Alderman Joe J. Lord informed the council that plans had been studied for the landscaping of the two new comfort stations in Wiley and Washington Parks and Mascall's Greenhouse had submitted a bid for $175 for the purchase and planting of shrubbery around the two buildings. The council voted to allow the parks committee to act on tho proposed bid. Alderman Robinson volunteered to contact the city street department to have several pavement breaks filled. The breaks which have resulted from tha recent ex cavatlons made for the laying of the new gas mains throughout the business district, will be perman ently taken care of when bids are let for the concrete work. To date, the council had no knowledge re garding when that work would be completed. Announcement was made that Hise and Matzen, local contractors, had been awarded the bid by the Illinois State Armory Board for the laying of sidewalk along the east side of the new Armory from the George Crozier property to the corner of N.W. Ninth Avenue. Motor Fuel tax for the month ending Aug. 31 amounted to fl, 294.07. Monthly report from the police department by Charles Wheel house, chief, indicated that 11 arrests had been made during the month, 17 doors found unlocked, 15 warnings issued and a total of $180 collected in fines. Superintendent of the Water Works, W. F. Edwall, reported that the total sales of water for the month of September amounted to $163.35 and also that a water test was taken Aug. 28 and the fl«Mnf mmd Bumlnm W Simple PlUi Realm) Oujimeot—o<« »» *»»<rf<»—act* oil and, toot he undef parts as it* medication relieve* Itchy Irritation." For leotl* itlos rell*' Cfft^ntlpa m mild KHIOO) Soap* HIflMPl 0 "'™ , « water works, $2,283.91; sewer, $352.12; streets and walks $597.19; cemetery, $401.69; police, $413.50; public buildings, $246.27; incidentals, $140.78; parks; $171.52; garbage, $81.97; streeting lighting, $331.19; fire department, $20; meters, $352.34, making a total of $5,392.48. To Nursing Home Mrs. Sigrid Bass of Chicago v/as removed by ambulance to the Wasson Nursing Home on Monday. She is the mother of Al Bass of Galva. Pays Fine A hearing was held in police court Tuesday afternoon at which time Joseph Reid was fined $15 and costs for failing to give the right-of-way to a pedestrian. The case was an outgrowth of an accident which occurred in the busi ness district late Saturday after noon when Mrs. Nettie Kelly was struck by the car driven by Reid Gleaners Class Mets Twenty-two members and two guests attended the meeting of Gleaners Class held Tuesday eve ning in the parlors of First Meth odist Church. Devotional service was led by Mrs. Marian Blust The program was presented by Miss Alice Beeman, program chairman. Pictures taken on va cation trips and local scenes were shown by Roderic Huber Refreshments were served by a committee including Mrs. J. A. Hall, Mrs. Guy Mugrage, Mrs. Clarence W. Spencer and Miss Grace Diehl. Plan Tea Severl members of the World War II Mothers planned to go to Woodhull this afternoon to attend a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Woodhull unit of War Mothers. A tea was planned as a part of the observance. Those planning to attend were: Mrs. Perry Collinson, Mrs. Joe Collinson, Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Arthur Weslin, Mrs. T. T. Kelly, Mrs. Spencer Medley, Mrs. E. B. Tucker, Mrs. Faye Calvert, Mrs. Harold Huber and Mrs. Emmett Vick. Adult .Classes Forty-four attended the first meeting of the adult homemaking class held Monday evening in the home economics rooms of Galva High School.-Miss Mary Ann Anderson of Wethersfield demonstrated the art of frosting a cake at the first meeting. The program for next Monday night will be on Yeast Breads" and will be led by Miss Elaine Werkheiser. i Mrs. Carl E- Whitehouse serves as instructor. Classes begin at 7 o'clock and concluding about 10 o'clock each Monday night. Water Shortage Although Galva water works is still doing better than a $100 a month business felling water to farmers in the community, the situation is better than during the preceding month of August. Sales for the month of September in DEATHS AND FUNERALS MRS. MINNIE PETERSON MATHERVILLE — Mrs. Minnie Peterson, 49, of Materville, died Tuesday morning in Mollne Pubic Hospital. The former Minnie Olomon was born at Oakdyke, May 1, 1904, and her marriage to Earl Peterson took place Jan. 31, 1923, at Sunbeam in Mercer County, She was a member of the Eagles Auxiliary at Matherviile. Surviving are the husband; five sons, Earl Wayne of Viola, Kenneth Ward of McLeansboro, Lyle Richard of Green Rock, Robert Gerald and Daryl Ray, both at home; a daughter, Ruth Ann, at home; her mother, Mrs, Lenora Cole Olomon of Abingdon; three sisters, Mrs. Rae Heck of Galesburg, Mrs. Wiliam Birkhcad of Viola and Mrs. Forrest Holsinger of Jersey Shore, Pa.; four brothers, Ezra Olomon of LaBelle, Mo., Hardy Olomon of Hanna City, Arthur Olomon of Abingdon and Charles B. Olomon of St. Augustine, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 1:30 p. m. in the Crummy Funeral Home and at 2 p. m. in the Viola Methodist Church. The Rev. Hartford Patterson will officiate and burial will be in the Viola Cemetery, where the Eagles Auxiliary will conduct graveside services. Friends may call a{ the funeral home this evening and Thursday. ROBERT L. COLEMAN Robert L. Coleman, 59, an uncle of Mrs. Vcrnice Wilson of Galesburg, died Saturday at St. Francis Hospital in Peoria. He was a resident of Kewanee and services were held there this afternoon at * the Seifert and Smith Funeral Home with the Rev. W. H. Knighten of Bethel A.M.E. Church, Kewanee, in charge. Burial was in South Pleasant View Cemetery, Kewanee. Bushneil- WILLIAM F. TURNBULL LONDON MILLS — The Rev. Thomas Lowery conducted funeral services Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Cale Funeral Home for William Forrest Turnbull, 73, who died Sunday. Music was by Mrs. Ruth Rice. Burial was in West Midway Cemetery. Pallbearers were Vern Effland, Alva Davis, Leland Davis, Lynwood Timmons, R. B. Stiarwalt and Elvin Ulm. Mr. Turnbull was born in Knox County May 30, 1880, and his marriage to Alta Terwilliger took place Dec. 23, 1901. She preceded him in death Feb. 19, 1953. He was engaged in farming in Knox and Fulton Counties until nine years ago, when illness forced his retirement and he moved to Lon don Mills. He was a member of the Christian Church. Surviving are a son, Gomer, of London Mills; a daughter, Mrs. Bernice Goff of Victoria; a brother, J. W. Turnbull of Galesburg, and three grandchildren. found sales amounting to $242.90 and S262.80. Rains of the past week has eased the situation with many farmers in the vicinity and, according to Superintendent W. F. Edwall,i5 to 9 p.m. sales are brisk during the morn-l Bushnell Personals ing while the afternoon hours are| Miss Emma Taylor, Miss Play Bridge Mrs. Dale Heath entertained her two-table dessert bridge club on Tuesday afternoon. Next meet ing of the club will be held in two weeks. Set Parade Day The Rotary Club is sponsoring a pancake day to be held at the Recreation Center on Oct. 12 and W. V. Ewing, president of the club, stated that they would serve breakfast starting at 6 in the morning running to 8:30, lunch from 11 to 2 p.m. and supper from quiet in the season when most: farmers are busy in the fields. Woman's Club Program Lois Etzold of Chicago provided an instructive and entertaining Effie Taylor and Mrs. Lena Markley were in Peoria on Tuesday, at tending the funeral service for James O. Amos. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Heath and program for the first meeting of| Mr and Mrs Dale Healh spent the the Woman's Club of Galva heldj kd in Morrison v i sit jng their S 1 ^,, a ^?2?° J .i Il .- t ? e ..^2°!! and sister, Mr. and Club Hall. The model and teacheri of poise and charm used that as the topic of her talk to the Galva club. Of poise she said, "It is the very first thing to think about in order to. be charming." "Self consciousness is a form of selfish ness" she pointed out. Figure con trol and posture were both pointed out as essential points in poise "Take that last little look" she advised in speaking of good grooming. She was introduced by Mrs. Fred Waller, chairman of the day. Preceding the talk, a program of musical • numbers was given by two students of Mrs. Harry Jack son's accordion school, Helen Joyce Molton and Loretta Leff. The first meeting of the 37th year of the club was presided over by Mrs. Fred O. Waller. Officers and committee chairmen were called upon for reports and announcements. Mrs. Richard Lapan, reporting for the calendar committee pointed out that the Nov. 10 meeting would be held in the Messiah Lutheran Church and would be observed as guest day. A display of Oriental and Persian Rugs will be a part of the day's program. New members of the club were introduced as follows: Mrs. Charles A, Whitney,"Mrs. Robert Overbaugh, Mrs. Arthur Apfel, Mrs. Charles Hilton, Mrs. Janet Hudson, Mrs. Elner Lundeen, Mrs. Richard McFarland, and Mrs. E. H. Bloedorn. Two courtesy members were also named, Mrs. B. T. Bozarth, and Mrs. A. R. Koch. Reporting for the committee on veteran service, Mrs. Richard La"pan requested that each club member come to the next meeting with a Christmas card enclosed in a stamped envelope. The cards will later be sent to veterans hospitals. . A committee was appointed to study the matter of replacing a tree in Wiley Park which recently died and which had originally been planted in memory of veterans of World War I in 1918. Members of the committee include Mrs. Warren Garrigan and members of her Garden Club committee. Refreshments were served following the meeting with Mrs. F. O. Waller and Mrs. G. H. Overbaugh serving. Committee members included Mrs. Neil Johnson, Mrs. Francis Peterson, Mrs. G. H. Overbaugh, Mrs. Fred Dukey, Mrs. Joseph T. Brown, Mrs. Dallas Brown, Mrs. Glenn Swank and Mrs. E. B. Tbuline. Will Meet Women Workers of First Congregational Church will meet Friday afternoon in the home of the Misses Blanche and Elizabeth Dunbar. Mrs. Fred Nordeen will be co-hostess. Galva Notes Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mateer ot Grove City were weekend guests of the Rev. and Mrs. David A. Bloomster in Galva. The guests were friends of the Bloomsters at their first Illinois charge in Grove City and were married by the Rev. Mr. Bloomster 25 years ago in Mrs. Harold Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roach attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mayor at LaHarpe Sunday. In the famous Rosary chapel of Santo Domingo in Puebla, Mexico, clay tiles with angel faces as the motif alternate with otherjKeefe of Galesburg, decorative tiles in the main frieze.'grandchildren. MATTHEW FORSYTH VIOLA — Matthew Addison For syth, 92, died Tuesday at 4 p. m. in his home here. He was born in Greene Township, Mercer County, Sept. 2, 1861. His marriage to Marietta Stacy took place April 2, 1885. She preceded him in death. Mr. Forsyth, a retired farmer and blacksmith, who had resided all his life in Mercer County, was a member of the United Presbyterian Church, the Masonic Lodge for nearly 50 years and the Modern Woodmen of America. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Joe Gustafson, with whom he made his home; a sister, Mrs. John Rursch of Reynolds; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. His parents, four brothers, two sisters and a grandson who was killed in Europe during World War II, preceded him in death. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 1:30 p. m. from the residence and at 2 p. m. in the United Presbyterian Church. The Rev. C. M. McCreight will officiate and burial will be in the Viola Cemetery, where Masonic rites will be held. Friends may call at the residence Thursday after 10 a. m. TIMOTHY J. CONDON Funeral services were conducted Sept. 30 for Timothy J. Condon, 68, of 569 S. Elm Ave., Kankakee, and formerly of Galesburg, who died Sept. 28. Burial was in Peoria Heights. Mr. Condon was born at Ellison, March 16, 1885, and came to Galesburg as a child. He had also resided in Chicago Heights, Champaign and Cairo before moving to Kankakee in 1939. He was a re tired superintendent of the Public Service Co. Surviving are the wife; a son William, of Rockford; a daughter, Mrs. Martha Dingle of Park Forest; two brothers, John of Galesburg and William of Chicago; four sisters, Mrs. Agnes Fifield of Peoria, Miss Mary E. Condon, Mrs. Anna Sharp and Mrs. Genevieve and two Attend Funeral ALPHA—Mr. and Mrs. IX.' 6. Fosburg of Alpha attended the fa* neral of hef eousin, Mrs. Bal* Lodge, 34, at Geneseo Monday aft* ernoon. Mrs. Lodge died Fndajr afternoon at the Hammo«d -f!#ttry Hospital where she gave birth td I son Thursday. The child died that day and mother and son wife" buried together at the Oafcwwod Cemetery at Geneseo. Funetal services were held at the First Presbyterian Church in Geneseo, CHARLES CROMIEN Funeral services for Charles Phillip Cromien, 81, who died at 2:10 a.m. Sunday at St. Francis Hospital, Kewanee, were held at the West Jersey Methodist Church Tuesday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. O. R. Spreckelmeyer, pastor of the West Jersey Methodist Church. Burial was in the WJlliamsfield Cemetery. Cromien was ill several weeks. He had been confined to the hospital seven weeks. Cromien was born in Stark County July 21, 1872. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Catherine Mahany and two grandchildren; one. sister, Mrs. Nell Conlcy, West Jersey; two brothers, Clyde, West Jersey, and John, Toulon. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Alice Shugrue. Williamsfield, and one sister, Mrs. Homer Webster, West Jersey. Cromien spent his entire life on his farm near West Jersey. MRS. LOIS GEHRIG Mrs. Lois Gehrig, 62, of 147 N. Prairie St., died Tuesday noon in St. Mary's Hospital. She had been in declining health since the latter part of June. Mrs. Gehrig was born at St. Cloud, Minn., Dec. 20, 1890, and spent her early life there. She later moved to Minot, N. D., then to Des Moines, Iowa, and had resided in Rock Island before coming to Galesburg a few years ago. She was a member of the Newcomers Club and Third Order Carmelite. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Milo Reed of Galesburg; a brother, two sisters and three grandchildren. Her husband, Leo A. Gehrig, preceded her in death and twin sons died unexpectedly in 1934. Funeral services will be conducted Friday morning at 9:30 o'clock in St. Augustine's Church at Des Moines and burial will be in Glendale Cemetery there. Friends may call this evening between the hours of 7 and 9 o'clock at the Foley Mortuary, where prayers will be recited at 8 o'clock. Friends may call Thursday evening at the Caldwell-Brien Funeral Home in Des Moines. The family asks that flowers b# omitted. Past Presidents of Club Are Honored at Knoxville 1952 amounted to $92.85 while the I Knoxville mouths of October and November Lynn Busy Boys will be host to KNOXVILLE — Miss Mathes, Mrs. G. F. Hebard, Mrs. Frank J. Ellsworth and Mrs. L. H. Sherwood were given special recognition Tuesday at the meeting of the Knoxville Woman's Club on Past Presidents' Day and the first meeting of the club this fall. Most of the former presidents were unable to be present, but remembered the occasion with let ters of regret, which were read by Mrs. Grace McGrew. Past presi dents who sent letters were Mrs Arthur Howe, Mrs. Louis Becker, Mrs. B. R. Higgason, Mrs. Harley Butt, Mrs. Leonard Philblad, Mrs L. L. Bjorkman, Miss Eila Hiler and Mrs. Irving Garcelon. Mrs. W. L. Jeffrey, president, presided during the business session and Mrs. L. H. Sherwood, chairman of the Fine Arts department, served as program chairman. The program opened with a group of three vocal solos by "Mrs. Harley Andrews, singing "Homing," "Autumn" and "My City of Dreams," with Mrs. Weldon Shreves playing the piano accompaniments. The varied program also included a group of readings by Mrs. George England, a number with piano accompaniments played by Mrs. E. A. Jensen. The final numbers were two piano duets, "Largo" by Handel, and a Russian folk song played by Mrs. Wayne Nordstrom and Mrs. Don Prince. Following the program, given in the auditorium of the church, the women went to the dining room, where refreshments were served by the social committee, with Mrs. Eric Hale as chairman. Returns From Trip Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Olson, accompanied by the former's brother, Norman Olson of Wataga, have returned from a month's vacation, most of which was spent on the Oahu and Hawaiian Islands. They left San Francisco, Calif., Sept. 6, for the' islands, making the trip by boat in four and one-half days Firemen's Meeting The meeting of firemen, scheduled for Thursday night, has been the Lynn 4-H'ers and guests at a hayrack ride on Friday night. The group has been asked to meet at Lynn Town Hall at 7:30 o'clock Friday night Adah i postponed for one week because of a football game. Anniversary Party Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Cox entertained 40 guests Sunday afternoon at their home southeast of Knox< ville, honoring their brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. F Tuleen of Oak Park, on their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. J. W. Astlund of Oneida assisted Mrs Cox in serving and Mrs. Edgar Wenstrom of Wataga, the maid of honor at the wedding 25 years ago, presided at the tea table. Preceding the anniversary par ty, Mr. and Mrs. Cox entertained the following guests at dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Tuleen and children, Neal and David, of Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Astlund and children, James, Caroline and Mar tha of Oneida; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yarger of St. Louis and Mr, and Mrs. Phil Eklund of Knoxville. O. D. O. Club Meets Mrs. Clifton Adams, residing south of Knoxville, has invited members of the O. D. O. Club to meet in her home Thursday after noon at 2 o'clock. On Extended Trip Mrs. Gladys Allen left Wednesday for Denver, Colo., to visit with her aunt and from there will visit with friends in Amarillo, Tex., before going to San Antonio, Tex., to spend most of the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Schiller, and family. Mrs. Schiller was Eva Marie Allen before her marriage. Class Meet Postponed The meeting of the Home Builders Class, scheduled for Friday night at the Methodist Church, has been postponed until next Tuesday night. , Return to California Mr. and Mrs. Irby Johnson have returned to their home in Alameda, Calif., where the former is stationed at the naval base, after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosine. They were accompanied home by Miss Joan Dredge, who will reside there indefinitely. Visited State Capitol Mrs. Ernest Fahlund and Mrs. Lawrence Carlson visited in Springfield recently with/* Miss Vera Bioks at the state capitol building. The O.D.O. Club will meet Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Clifton Adams »t Gilsoa- WILLIAM MOBERG Prayer services were conducted today at 1:30 p. m. in the Kimber and West Chapel for William Moberg, 79, of Galesburg, Route 1; who died Sunday. Funeral services, followed at 2 p. m. in the Messiah Lutheran Church at Henderson Grove. Dr. Emil Bergren officiated. Songs were by Mrs. Willard. Johnson and Mrs. Harvey Lindeen, with Mrs. Harry Neave as organist. Burial was in the Henderson Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Elmer Peterson, Charles Pearson, Harry Larson, Victor Sandstrom, Charles Krans and Alvin Johnson. I monuniEnTS , LACKY & SONS 150 W. MA IN - GALESBURG J Mrs. Lois Gehrig 2425 North rSoad Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Wednesday evening, 7-9. where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Friends may call at the Caldwell-Brien Funeral Home, Des Moines, Iowa, Thursday . evening. Funeral services: 9:30 A.M. — FRIDAY St. Augustine Church DesMoines. Burial in s Glendale Cemetery. Please omit flowers. FOLEY4 mortuary^ 166 No. Broad St,*; Dial 1910-6 eli CtOROEjLCOMM] JMO • l»»i *I4.»0WI MTJILL MONUMENTS

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