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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Friday, October 9, 1953 33 Set Abingdon Church Event For Women ABINGDON — The Missionary Society of (he Christian Church met recently nt the* country home of Mrs. Charles Flint. Mrs. Sid Smith was the assistant hostess. Mrs. Otis Rush, the president, announced that. Mrs. Virgil Sly would be in Abingdon Nov. 3, This meeting will bo the regular Woman's Day. Mrs. John Bowman and Mrs. Frank Reynolds were asked to make plans for a social hour to follow this meeting. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harley Way and Mrs. Wayne Erwin. A trio, composed of Mrs Robert, Anderson, Mrs. Clifford Grimes and Mrs. Wayne Erwin, sang the hymn "0 for a Thousand Tongues." The lesson was given by Mrs. John Watson. She gave the program "Four Famished Souls," with the theme "Accent on Spanish Speaking Americans." She had as a panel four women representing Spanish speaking women from Mexican Christian churches which arc partially supported by the United Christian Missionary Society. They told of some of their programs and of their many needs. Those taking part on the panel were Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Cutler, Mrs. Alden Davis and Mrs. John Bowman. Mrs. Carter spoke as a representative from a Puerto Rican church. There were 27 members and four children present. Wedding Sunday Friends arc invited to the wedding of Miss Elsie Hilgrcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hilgren, and Seaman Wesley E. Adcock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley F. Adcock, which will be held Sunday at 2 o'clock at the First Christian Church, Abingdon. Bureau Meets St. Augustine Home Bureau Unit met at the home of Mrs. Harold Boyd Tuesday afternoon. Roll call, "A Childhood Trick," was answered by eight members. Major lesson, "Helping Child Develop Emotionally," by Mrs. Ellis Smith; minor lesson, "Salad Dishes," given by Mrs. Glenn Heiner. Chairmen were appointed as follows: Mrs. Clete Smith, recreation chairman; Mrs. Loren Hulick, legislative chairman. Next meeting with Mrs. Ellis Smith, Nov. 3. First Methodist Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Sermon, "Seed By the Wayside." Junior High M.Y.F. to meet at the church I at 5 p.m. to go on campfire meeting and wiener roast. Choir meetings at 0:15 and 7:15 p.m. Thurs day. Youth teachers' training meeting to be held in Galesburg, Immanuel Methodist Church, 7 p.m., Monday. All Soul's Catholic Sunday Mass schedule 8 and 9 a.m. First Assembly of Cod C. D. Coborn, pastor. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Christ Ambassadors (Young People) 6 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Church of God of Prophecy Pastor, Millard Ledford. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. V.L.B.'s (Young People) Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Gleaners Tuesday 7 p.m. Prayer Service Thursday 7:30 p.m. Congregational Church Ralphc A. Harris, minister. Rally Day in the Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m., subject "Doors That Open." Youth Choir practice Thursday 7 o'clock. Senior Choir Thursday 7:30. Pilgrim Fellowship Thursday 7:30. St. Augustine Christian Kenneth Bennett, minister. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m., sermon topic "Government and Control of the Church." Christian Endeavor 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7 o'clock. Sermon topic, "Yield Not to Temptation." Home Ec Meeting The second meeting of the Home Economics Club was held at noon on Tuesday. Marie Wallis, president, conducted the meeting. Betlc Havens, chairman, reported on the Homecoming float plans. The sale of Christmas cards, now in progress, was reported and Shirley Hopping is leading in sales with Patsy Hale in second place. A report was given on the sale of Lather Leaves. Betty Tucker told the group of the float theme and plans for the actual decorating were made. Home From OES Event Mrs. Clatc Swartzbaugh, worthy matron, Abingdon Order of Eastern Star, and Mrs. Erma Potts returned home on Thursday after .spending four days in Chicago in attendance at the Grand Chapter of O.E.S. held at the Mcdinah Temple. They also visited friends. Services Held Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Trovillo Harvey were held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Sullivan-Larson Funeral Home. The Rev. Harold Dagley officiated at the service assisted by the Rev. Robert Evans. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Harold Dunlap. Pallbearers were Aubrey Babb, Charles Dahler, John Bowman, C J. Vanderwert, Roy Wells and Ebbie Heath. Interment was in Abingdon Cemetery. At Meeting Mrs. Ralph Palmer, children's work secretary of the Northwest District of Christian Churches, the Rev. John C. Watson, Mrs. Harley Way and Mrs. Sidney Smith were in Dixon on Tuesday evening attending an Area Bible School Institute there. Reservations Needed Kewanee B. P. and W. Club will hold their annual open meeting on Thursday at Kewanee High School Auditorium. Clarence E. Manion, dean of the Notre Dame Law School for many years, recently appointed by Pres. Eisenhower to head a commission on international relations, will be the speaker. Reservations are to be made by Saturday with Mrs. Wilbur Ahl- crt. To Church Abingdon Junor Woman's Club is reminded that the group will attend the Congregational Church on Sunday. Abingdon Personals Mr. and Mrs. Al Travers of Champaign arrive this evening to spend the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitenack. Melba Rood and Ronnie Howard, who are students at the University of Illinois, accompanied them home for the weekend at the homes of their parents. Miss Winifred Miller arrives! home Saturday from Morrison, Kan. where she has spent the past 10 days visiting at the home of her brother and his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Miller. Cpl. and Mrs. Richard Stotler and daughter, Aleta, arrived Wednesday by car from Cocoa, Fla. and will enjoy his 30-day furlough visiting at the homes of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irby Johnson in Abingdon, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stotler in Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. John R. McWilliams arrived on Tuesday from South Gate, Calif, for a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Case, and other relatives and friends here and in Avon. Knoxville Minister to Take Assignment at Cambridge HOLD MASQUERADE—World War II Mothers hurried up the season a bit Thursday night when they held a masquerade party at the American Legion Hall. "I've Got a Secret," was the theme with the following panel members: seated, Mrs. Howard Craig and Mrs. Mary Selloh, standing, Mrs. Rudolph Hint* and Mrs. Emmctt Vick. On the panel but not shown was Mrs. Howard Lapan. Galva GOP Women Will Attend County Meeting at Geneseo GALVA—Notice of the social At Moline Event gathering and tea for Henry Several Galvans were in Moline County Women's Republican Club on Wednesday night in attendance has been received by Galva at the fall meeting of the Black- officers. The meeting will be held hawk Division of the Illinois in Geneseo, Wednesday afternoon School Board Association held in in the social rooms of Presbyterian Washington School in Moline. Church. Hours arc from 2:30 until; Superintendent H. M. Robertson, 3:30 p.m. :Willard Thomson and Dale Long The tea is being held in an effort • at tended the meeting, to increase membership in the club and as a get-acquainted tea. It is hoped to increase the membership so that the club might take a big part in getting out the vote at the KNOXVILLE — The Rev. John! H. < larko, who is serving his 18th .var as pastor of the Methodist Church at Knoxville, has been ap­ pointor! to the Methodist Church pulpit al Cambridge, according to announcement by Dr. Charles Wagner, superintendent of the Gales- bur;,' Disirict of the Illinois Methodist Conference. The appointment was made by Bishop Charles i'.rashares following a cabinet mooting of the seven district superintendents and the bishop held ai Bloomington last Friday. He will assume the Cambridge ministry Nov. ]. At Cambridge the Rev. Mr. Clarke will succeed the Rev. Brooks Barker who recently moved to a Hockford charge. The Rev. Mr. Clarke has served the Knoxville congregation continuously since his appointment then: in iorjfi. He has been active in community affairs and in the encouragement, of musical en- ; dcavors such as male choruses in| v.hich he joined. He was a tenor soloist frequently and when time Newspaper Ads Help Americans To Be World's Best Informed People By FREDERIC R. GAMBLE President, American Association of Advertising Agencies Today's newspaper — the copy which you hold in your hand—is one of your most important purchases and still one of your thriftiest bargain- Newspaper Week — "An Informed Press Means an Informed People" —is a timely aric 1 vital one. Among the information offered by newspapers may be counted also the advertising information—the veallh of goods and services which arc offered for your For a few cents, your news-j cnolcCi certainly in Europe, or paper brings you a wealth of ln-| anvwhcrc clse in the world, there formation | is notn | ng to compare with it! When l was in Europe recently,) How js H t ,, at your ncwspaper can bring you so much information including some time in Russian zones and behind the Iron Cur- fain, I was made newly aware at such a low cost, even in the midst of greatly increased costs that our American people are by| for newsprint, wages and other ox- and large the best informed in: ppnsf>s , the world, due i- great part to our ArtvcrtisinK plays a most im- splendid newspaper coverages and p 0r t an t par t circulations. There are millions As a publisher explained recent- m Europe who are not nearly so , in an eflitorJal . "Without ad- well-informed. So the slogan for National the Galesburg Community Chorus.! Last year the Rev. Mr. Clarke-; vMted hi' native Isle of Man,^ located in the Irish Sea, and also viMied other places on his Euro-! on ' p -an tour. ; P aslor service, 10:50 a. m. Adrian McKay, pastor. Methodist Church Sunday school, 9:45 The Rev. In Moscoiv They Have TV Woe, Too MOSCOW w —Many a Western mand '" tho publisher pointed out, heart would ui-nu, h 03 f ,•„ "services would have to be re- vertising revenue, all of the newspaper's income would have to come from the subscriber. Instead of 5 cents per copy, the subscriber would have to pay four times that amount, or 20 cents. Sunday newspapers would cost much more. Those now selling at 15 cents would cost approximately 60 cents each. "If such prices reduced the de- jsympathy with likely beat a Moscow j a( | v 'duced: great world - wide news named V. Aleinikova who recently inhering organizations might be—,L ~—come econom'cally unfeasible; Name Officers Plan Potluck A potluck dinner will be held) Tuesday evening in the basement church service, 11 a. m. with Com- wrote the newspaper Evening Mos- b reduced; The Rev lohn H Clarke cow o unburden herself of a sldI s womu . na . v . c I". ' , a " IneKtv.Jonn H. uarKe, ^ jnst tne dt .„ leJe . ^moment might deteriorate and , . . ,,;ci„n mnn not be replaced. Reported Improving , vision repair men Of the money spent annually for Mrs. Dwight Collins has received Frustrated televiewer Aleinikova ac | ver tising j- the United States, The Se-Co Club, students from> tvnrd , frrom , her sister, Mrs Carl wrote: 'about one-third is newspaper ad- th. , and cooking depart-: -^er ef at Moline, slating the, « 0 ur television set stopped iV ertising-the amount has grown merits, and the physical cduca-i IaUer 5 husband ,. 15 ^proving after working. We asked a specialist; [rom $762 million , in 1935 to tional council organizations m : a serious operation and expects to f rom shop No . 3 0 f the Radio near]y S 3 billion today. Retailers return to his home soon. Trust. He did not find the cause of an( ] manufacturers are willing to the trouble, but specialist Yermo-j Spen( j this amount in their search linsky did not forget to collect 23.f or customer.-, because advertis- rubles f$5.75) for the call. Then j n g ; s a very low-cost form of we made a second call to the same ! se njng. it multiplies their selling _i mi. : A. * it 1 '- - 1 n ' - - of St. John's Catholic Church, when the Rev. William V. Carey spring and fail congressional elec'will be honored on the occasion of (ions, cooperating with the regular!his third anniversary as pastor of Republican organization. j the church. All Galva members of the j at 6:30 pin Knoxville High School, have elected officers for the present school year. The former organization elected Jenny Lou Rose, president- Patsy Cotton, vice president, and Judy Anderson, secre- tar\ -treasurer. The P. E. Council has elected Susan Bybee. chairman; Sally Gives Report To PE0 Group At Bushnell shop. This time they send special-imessages and advertising appeals .ist Smirnov. He collected 48 rubles,i n die same way that machines ($12) from us, but Smirnov also have multiplied the production of did not repair the television set. i goods and services Next they sent us specialist Shorin.j Tne advertising' pages of your He demanded 33 rubles ($8.25) for! newspaper are an open market Return Home Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Best returned Thursday evening after spending several days in Chicago on business. Women's Republican Club and those wishing to become members, are invited to the Silver tea. Transportation may be obtained by calling Mrs. Fred Dukey. Sew Blocks | Mrs A.. D. Alderman was hostess! Williamsfield Cltlb to the Sophie S. Burt Class at her home Thursday afternoon. Nineteen were present. Mrs. Nellie Talbot presided during the business meeting and the devotional service was in the charge of Mrs. W. C. Shields. The afternoon was Plans Exchange Event With Mauuon Women WILLIAMSFIELD — An ex. change program presented by members of Maquon Woman's Club, will be the feature at the spent in sewing on quilt blocks. , , . . . Refreshments were served. Next!"a™ Cu '. t ' 1 "; e C ' ul ?, m , 0 . e,(ing A t meeting of the class will be held! Wlll,amsf,e , d Methodist Church at the home of Mrs. LcRoy Millcr.! Tu * sd , a y afternoon. Oct. 20. i Roll call response will be A Attend Luncheon ! Favorite Fall Scene." Hostesses are Mrs. O. B. Gray, Mrs. Nora Gibson, Mrs. Charlie Huber and Mrs. Vern Munts. Members please note the change of day of meeting to Tuesday, rather than Wednesday, the 21st. This change in schedule is due to a W. S. C. S. district meeting in Mac;uon, Oct. 21. New Windsor Scouts Qualify for Emblem NEW WINDSOR — Jimmy Nelson, Allen Anderson and Dennis Roberts qualified for the second Adventure trail hike emblem, following the trail hike seven Scouts of Troop 35 took last Friday night. They set up camp at the Hazel Dell timber. Larry and Gary Peterson and Larry Thurman joined the troop at the meeting held Monday night at the Presbyterian Church social room. Seventeen members and the Rev. L. E. Thompson attended. Henry Arthur Wallace, assistant scoutmaster, announced that another Adventure trail hike will be held later this month. READ THE WANT ADS (OFFICIAL PUBLICATION) Report of Condition of Anderson State Bank Oneida, Illinois transmitted in response to call of the Auditor of Public Accounts, pursuant to law and showing condition at the close of business on the 30th day of September, 1953. RESOURCES 1. Cash and due from banks $ 764,470.26 3. U.S. Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed 1. 923,437.21 4. Other bonds, stocks and securities 405,748.14 5. Loans and discounts 589,233.86 6. Overdrafts - 232.34 7. Banking house $7,896.75 Furniture and fixtures $8,434.78 .... 16,331.53 Members of Worth While Club enjoyed a luncheon meeting Thursday noon at Blackhawk State Park in Rock Island. Thirteen members and one guest, Mrs. Leona Lord of Washington, attended the meet. Following the noon luncheon, 500 was played during the afternoon. Winners were Mrs. Clarence Nelson, high; Mrs. D. C. Garrigan. second high, and Mrs. Francisj Circle Two, W. S. C. S., held its Kuster, low. Mrs. Hazel HalsalL October meeting recenty at the won the drawing prize. ! Methodist Church with a good at- Next meeting of the club will bel tendance, held Nov. 12 at the home of Mrs.j Mrs. A. L. Doubet, circle chair- Cecil Mock. Mrs. Vendla Hurlbuttman, presided at the business ses- will be assisting hostess. jsion. It was reported that around Party Held '$42 had been cleared BUSHNELL Chapter X his 'work.' But the television set place> available to all, where you is still not working. ilhc cus tomcr are invited to cast The editors of Evening Moscow your vote for the products of your 01 were sympathetic with Mrs. Aleini-,choice. When housewives were Humphreys, vie chairman, and Joann I'o's. secretary-treasurer. Allan I'ferschy and Dick Ashbaugh are council representa- Dinner will be served it> vc - s from fifth and sixth periods. 'Mrs. Patricia White and Jack , , u • ,• , , ,, . Manual Members of the faculty, . • tj - u .: r ", e ' a tneir lirst laii meet-k ova In addition to publishing her asked by Northwestern University are advisers -l ng Wednesday afternoon in th e letter they tossed in a cartoon de-; whether they would prefer their Red r'ross officers are: Lance ,5 jme . of Mrs - •, ? Iyn , Sm „ w ! Ith Ipicting a particularly dopey-look-; newspapers with or without ad- Humphrevs, president: C a ry;^.^ S en 7; nM ;t ,Ei ing repairman ineptly tinkering vertising, more than 90 per cent TaskCr. secrecy -treasurer; Jim T ^^i ^^y'^ 3 "^roflhfslfi ^Sn't 6 ^ Swanson SGm or_ adviser; Carol; and Mr ( George Cnain read a rt f.j L£!L°. f ! h l s _. 1 I. imp ^ an - t L' Ann Tucker, junior adviser. | port of the state conven tion. The' w .„ r - r i . y R nva Concert at Church jchapter plans to furnish crackers; " "* l:rive VjneSl A-I \ays The centennial concert, to ^> e ! mobile ! today for the visit of the blood- At Fairview Thursday to our national economy. When buyers are induced to buy, goods are moved, services are rendered, factories and farms are kept busy given Sunday night at 8 o'clock Do De gree Work > FAIRVIEW — The Fairviewiand employment is maintained, at the Lutheran Church, is open; Tne j ocal IQOF Lodge com-Woman's Club will sponsor the; And advertising in the United to the public and all guests are,f erred second degree on two can- TB - X-ray Mobile unit in thatjstates does more than brim you invited to remain at the conclus-;didates, Keith Boote and Clair villa g e Thursday in front of thejnews of goods and services, ion of the program for refresh-;jtf e y er s at their regular meetingi Fe ngel-Lozier garage. Hours are' " ment.s to be served by the choirJTuesday evening. Lunch wasjf rom 10 a - m - t° 1 P- m - an( * from and music committee. The Rev.;served. Next Tuesday evening the'2 to 5 p.m. All adults over 18 C. Wilbur Nelson of Racine, Wis.,'third degree will be conferred oniyears of age in the Fairview will be the guest speaker during! the candidates. the evening and musical numbers! Brownies Elect jage of this free will include a piano solo by Mrs.j Brownie Troop 4 met at the Rec-;chest X-ray Wilbur Peck and selections by the;reation Center Thursday after senior and junior choirs, under the direction of Miss Dorothy Gottrick and Mrs. Clyde Collis, Through the Advertising Council, it seeks your support for public causes—Community Chests, better schools, the Red Cross, fire vicinity are urged to take advant-jand accident prevention and many opportunity of school with 19 girls and Mrs. Hazel Gentle and Mrs. Victoria Wilson as leaders. Officers were elected The Rev. Glenn Anderson, pas- j as follows: president, Mary Frank: tor of the church, will deliver theisecretary, Ella Mae Haskins; treas- morning sermon Sunday at 11 urer, Roberta Roan; and reporter o'clock. '" Sally Robinson. They took a hike Home From Hospital |to East Side Park and played Mrs. Clyde Ekman has returned j games, to her home hi Knoxville from 1 Leaders Named St. Mary's Hospital, where she' Tro °P 2 - GirI Scouts, metjco was a patient for a week. • Wednesday after school at the Rec-j Listed in fifth place from this Plan-Church Benefit jreation Center with 16 girls andj a rea were Theodore Bullman of Mrs. Ray Wilt and Mrs. Henrv \ leaders, Mrs. Ben Sperry and Mrs Rate 5th Place in Safety Movement The Galesburg.area is represented among the list of winners in Zone 3 of the Chicago Livestock Farmers and Truckers' Safety Awards under auspices of the Union Stock Yards and Transit Grand Total Resources - $2,699,453.34 LIABILITIES 12. Capital stock 14. Surplus 15. Undivided profits (Net) 16. Reserve accounts _, 17. Demand deposits 1,857,295.55 18. Time deposits 606,317.73 Total of deposits: (2) Not secured by pledge of assets $2,463,613.28 60,000.00 60,000.00 74,854.22 40,427.26 (3) Total deposits 25. Other liabilities $2,463,613.28 558.58 Grand Total Liabilities 52,699,453.34 I. A. B. Anderson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that the items and amounts shown above agree with the items and amounts shown in the report made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State of Illinois, pursuant to tow. A. B. ANDERSON, Cashier CORRECT. ATTEST: J. H. ANDERSON J. H. ANDERSON, JR. Directors STATE OF ILLINOIS, County of Knox, ss. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of October, 1953. (SEAL) Margaret Anderson, Notary Public. World War II Mothers held a Halloween party and meeting Thursday night in American Legion Hall. The party was a masquerade and various games and stunts wefe enjoyed as part of the evening's program. Committee in charge of refreshments included: Mrs. Morris Cain, chairman, Mrs. Margaret Forest, Mrs. LeRoy Mendel and Mrs. Tillie Nelson. Meetings of the War Mothers will be held on the second Thursday in the afternoon, rather than evenings as has been the plan during the summer months. Next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, Nov. 12. At Meeting Several women of Galva Baptist Church were in Kewanee on Tuesday when they took part in the sewing meet at Kewanee Public Hospital. Those who helped were: Mrs. Leonard Greep, Mrs. Jack Westlin, Mrs. Max Lindell, Mrs LeRpy Miller, Mrs. Frank Wright, Mrs. Ed Swanson, Mrs. Matt Garrigan, Mrs. C. R. Copeland, Mrs. J. W. Clevenger and Mrs. J. V. McCumber. Class Meets Wiley Class of Galva Baptist Church held a meeting Wednesday night in the home of Mrs. Warren Garrigan. Assisting hostesses were Mrs, Matt Garrigan and Miss Qrpha Miller. Devotional service was led by Mrs. Jack Westlin. The evening was spent in sewing doll clothes to be used in the church nursery. Refreshments were served. Set Lions Meeting A program of unusual interest is in store for members of Galva Lions Club for their next regular meeting Wednesday night in their hall. Dinner will be served at 7 o'clock and the program will follow consisting of an account by Walter Johnstone on his trip to England for the coronation and visits to many other countries, together with colored slides which he will show. Mr. Johnstone, whose home is in Waugoola, New South Wales, has been spending the past several months visiting relatives in and around Galva and plans to con tinue on to his home in Australia, expecting to arrive there about Christmas time. Moves to Peoria Mrs. Jennie Collinson moved on Thursday to Peoria where she will make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Reinmann, whose home is at 102 Elaine Ave., Peoria. Mrs. Collinson has been making her home with her son and lunch served at the plowing dem Alwater were hostesses to th"e! J , ohn , Roa "- / atr °L ^f 3 P ^, r / „ w« m ««' r E ^n ^-ei,;,, elected Sandra Oblander, Poca- from the^jst_ian___ Women _s_ FeUowship ihontas; Judy map , e ]eaf . I Uie lor- ., c i • ,„.. nu ;ii:„.. T>V,«.. |Wednesday afternoon at imer's home. Mrs. Grace McGrew scribe, Shirley Phillips. They went onstration. The circulating apron Z'i^Z East Side Park and had a treas- h*H h„,n hmnoM tn «h« ni nntinc (President, presided during the ure mmt Announcement was had been brought to the meeting.|£' «""-"«-. F»"""»B «»Patches were removed and money S" 6 " ' sesBs, °"L^"^ 3 " 5 « er » imade ,nat the y wiU march in the stock made for a turkey dinner as a, „ nn , ommin „ next mee ting, Oct Galesburg, load owner; Marion Nied of Cameron, trucker, and Bob Bond, driver A total of $400 is awarded in a" different zone each week in this program to encourage safe handling to prevent injuries to live- found to the amonnt The apron was again of S34.89.!"i ,,ucI , lulv a , L .V 1,VC ; V u T Kl aS A' Homecoming t ed "o 1 urcn benefit. to be served 2 i complete its journey among thei ^ednesday night. Nov. 18, at the : ' Brownies Meet members i nlu • i J J J 1 Troop 6 of Brownie Scouts met ^J -«td^.^^^^ n ^t^A %%w> eveni ° 8 a,tor sch ° 01 teresting review of the second „, . . ,, „. ...^ Recreation Center. A chapter of the study book, , 'Wher .! T *r ipe ™"f n / e P°rt ea on tn f. WorJ ^igame. "Get Acquainted," was e'er the Sun." Cartelling of the convention and play(;d There were 18 present. During the social hour refresh-«sw " g Pe ° P the iLeaders are Mrs. Robert Kiken- ments were served by Mrs. Edith m„l„ i i u u ! (ia11 and Mrs - Leard - Mar y Mar " Brown and Mrs. MaudLeng. ! inv S to Steid the cV™ 1 Baret n ° ffm " 1 SCdbe - i luncheon at the Christian Church North Henderson WSCSi in Galesburg Nov. 4. Those ex- Will Meet on Tuesdav NORTH HENDERSON — The monthly meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service will] Brownie Scout Troop 5 held the first meeting Tuesday after school at the recreation center and elect- pecting to attend are asked to| ed officers: president, Danna Mc contact either Mrs. McGrew or; Ca nee; secretary. Ruby Cunning- Mrs 3. Terpening before Nov Fire Drills Knoxville firemen supervised be at the Methodist Church on! fire d "Hs at the high and grade Tuesday at 2 p, m. Mrs. Phil 'school in this city and the school Olson and Mrs. Willard Bloom-:"] ..V 1 ! 50 "', Wednesday, a feature field are in charge of the pro-"'. National Fire Prevention Week, gram. Each officer is asked to F ' reman Raymond Carlson stated explain the duties of her office. tne men were Pleased with the ham; treasurer, Karen Cayton and Ricky Jo Raby, reporter. Leaders are Mrs. Barbara Robinson and Mrs. Maxine Raby. The girls played games and practiced for the Homecoming game Oct. 16. Church Men Meet Wednesday evening the Men's Kewanee Store Notes 50th Year The Bondi Store at 214 N. Tremont St., Kewanee, founded by a company which included Galesburg men, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The store was originally established under the name of Bondi Bros, and Co., with Leon Sinn, father of the present owner, Milton Sinn; Adolph Hess, H. E. Bondi and I. I. Bondi, Galesburg, and Frank Shulhoff and Jacob Bower, Mattoon, as founders. MAQUON Mr. and Mrs. Ted McLouth and daughter attended the farm progress show at Armstrong last week. light sen-ice, 5:45-6:30. Bible Study Wednesday, A nursery will be provided fori manner the drills were carried out,. Brotherhood of the Presbyterian! j oe Doan home 8, in the pre-school children with Mrs. als .?,^ e clean Premises around thelchureh held its October dinner Eugene Mathers, Mrs. Charles : b ""dings, with little around in the meeting at the church at 6:30 Meeker and Mrs. Earl Holmes in; Wfl y °f„fire hazards. j o'clock. Committee in charge was charge. The young mothers are urged to com-' with their children. Car, Tractor Bump At Wdodhull Crossing WOODHULL — A state highway car, driven by J^hn H. Kane of Men's Guest Speaker |w. V. Ewing, W. T. Wolfe, John The Rev. James Mahoney ofjBrophy and Kenneth Seek. London Mills, former pastor in: The meeting was conducted by New Mexico, was a guest of'the, the president, Clarence Evans. Methodist Men Wednesday night!The men voted to buy a large elec at the church and addressed the!trie coffee urn for the kitchen in group. He spoke mainly of his ex-the church, periences as a preacher in that' A sound movk "More for Peace" „ . . , . Part of the country. A business;was shown. A father and son af- Peona, and a tractor owned by Lsess i on and refreshments were'fair will feature the next meeting. also features of the meeting. i Rainbow Girls Meet Presbyterian Church The Assembly of Rainbow for Sunday School, 10 a.m.; church.Girls was held Wednesday eve- services 11 a.m., the Rev. Frank Ining with Carolyn Rogers presid- Cody pastor. ling. Only practice for initiation! Hospital Patients was held Andrew Nordeen and driven by Pete Swanson of Rio, figured in an accident Wednesday at the intersection of Route 17 and Woodhull's Main Street. The Teoria car was traveling west and the tractor, pulling a load of soybeans was traveling north. The back wheel of the tractor was damaged, as well as the front end of the car. Canton Man Joins Faculty at Winola VIOLA — William P. Schreiber Mrs. Billie Peterson is a patient Groups Meet in Cottage Hospital, entering for Mrs. William Cobb entertained observation. iihe Thursday Club members at a Barbara, infant daughter of the i o'clock luncheon with 14 raem- Rev. and Mrs. Melvin Rewald, isjbers present. The table was dec- a patient in Cottage Hospital. orated with fall flowers, and she Knoxville Visitors luas assisted by Mrs. Eva Bradford Arthur S. Turner of Canan and Mrs. Leroy MeGowan. The daigua, N. Y., and son, Robert|group spent the afternoon with Bushnell Personals Mrs. Ida Paul, Mrs. Pearl Wheeler, Mrs. Lavinia Parks and Miss Etta Paul of Carmel, Calif., who is visiting here, drove to Peoria Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cunningham and Mrs. Myrtle Cunningham were in Peoria Wednesday evening to see little Karen Henry, 8-month old daughter who is in a hospital there. T. H. Jackson and Frank Berglund are attending the races in Lexington, Ky. Guests of Firemen The Bushnell Fire Protection District entertained surrounding) fire departments tost night at a meeting held in the new fire | house. | There were about 100 men pres-j ent and they were welcomed by; the mayor of Bushnell, Ralph Var ' ner. ! Representatives were present, from Abingdon, others. Last year, newspapers devoted over 110 million lines to such advertising and a great amount of editorial support besides. On behalf of advertising agencies, which plan and prepare the national advertising in your newspapers, we salute National Newspaper Week and the free press of our free country. Realty Transfers Leroy H. Sampson of Chestnut Township to Harvey Holmes of Peoria, about sixty acres in Chest» nut Township for $5,500. William H. Mast of Galesburg to Glen H. Pepmeyer, 426 Hawkinson Ave., property in Hyde Park Addition for $15,000. Mechanics Homestead and Loan Association of Galesburg to Walter Harris, 827 N. West St., property in Mathews Addition for $1,500. L. H. Plumer of Galesburg to Arthur G. Points, 502 N. Broad St., property in Summit Addition for $7,000. Emil S. Yurkovich to John O. White, both of Knoxville, proper* ty in Knoxville for $11,000. Galesburg Man Is In Graduation Class Ensign Halbert G. Gillette, son of Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Gillette of 504 W. Knox St.. recently was graduated from Officer Candidate School at Newport, R. I. The class of 48 had the distinction of graduating with higher average grades than any previous class. Capt. Ralph C. Johnson, also of Galesburg, was the OCS commanding officer. Mrs. Gillette was in Newport to witness the graduation of her son, who was a member of the class of 1944 al Galesburg High School. He is now stationed at Norfolk, Va. rfipnumEtiTS i LACKY a SONS 160 W.MAIN -GALESBURG I tr . . .. . „ Jurner of RochVsTer .XY .rhVvTEiu™ of Canton began his duties Mon-jreturned to their homes after vi>- of Oct. 22 will be with Mrs. Dalei<J ro >*' Macomb, Avon, J -"-- - jPrame City, Havana and Green „ ......... . ...„ Ia and mathematics. He has a mas* A. C. Higby of Dixon who is a member of the executive commit day in the Winola Senior Hrghiting for several days with the for-!Heath. School as Jeacher T Of i chemistry mer 's sister, Mrs. Nellie Mathes. i The Woman's Relief Corps met! vl «*- , ~" ----- Mrs. Charles Saylor of Glendale Wednesday evening in the V, F. W.! . lhe s .P. es ! ker of the evening was and Mrs. George Saylor of Altona Hall with 29 members present, were guests Wednesday in the | Mrs. Bert Crowl presided and $10 ter of education degree granted by the University of Illirois. Mr. Schreiber replaces Lynn Keim of New Windsor, who has been doing substitute teaching in the high school during the past five weeks. The blue whale is the world's- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe largest mammal, with some sped- Collinson, for the past several mens weighing as much as 115 years. toni. home of Mrs. Dora Maley. Here for Funeral Robert Hiler of San Bruno, •»•«"• . „ Calif., and Mrs. Len Mensing of the Humecomin*. Sunday Sckool, 9:45 a.m.; church 'o'clock. Bible bthool. w. was voted to the Recreation Center, and Mrs. Glenn Ridle was appointed to decorate a window for Refreshments Twi- tee of the Illinois Fireman's Association. He spoke on the operations of fire districts. Entertainment for the evening was accordion music by Miss Hazel Steffey of Western College, Macomb. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the entertainment KIMBER & WEST Air-Conditioned Chapel FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 40 Years 36 PUBLIC SQUARE Mrs. Benjamin L. C*v* 512 South Cedar Funeral: 2 P.M. — SATURDAY KIMBER ic WEST CHAPEL Friends call at the chapel this evening. I

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