Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 10, 1953 · Page 9
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Name Officers Of Orchesis "Orchesis," tho modern dnncc group of Knox College, has announced election of offieers for the current year. They nre Claire Willis of Galesburg, president; Gail Holmes of Chicago, secretary; and Jane. Nelson of Galesburg, treasurer. At. present, the If? members of Orchesis, with the assistance of Miss Hoherla Lou Nowlin, faculty advisor, are making tentative plans for their yearly show at the Knox Theatre. This year's show is set for sometime in January. It will consist of interpretive dancing, to records and poems. Colorful sets, elfoctivc lighting, and costumes will augment the choreography according to Barbara Hocth of Canton, an active member. Miss Rocth will be featured with Miss Willis in their dance version of "Spellbound." ! year's eommu- the committee are OFFICIALS ARRIVF, — Officials of Scars Roe-, buck and Co. paid n "flying visit" Friday afternoon to the firm's local store as they arrived by plane at the Galesburg airport and were taken to the store on East Main street. I'ieturcd above as they arrived and were greeted by Galesburg store personnel arc, from left to right: Mi C. Lunde of Chicago, general advertising manager; It. K. Herrmann of Chicago, midwest operating manager; F. T. Johnston of Chicago, merchandise manager of the midwest territory; C. C. Choycc of Chicago, general sales manager; J. L. Barr of Kansas City, Mo., zone manager; It. F. Conyo, manager of the Galesburg store; If. F. Murphy of Chicago, vice president in charge of the midwest territory; M. !>. Smith of Chicago, real estate representative; R. II. Anderson of Kansas City, Mo., assistant zone manager; C. W. Joy of Chicago, merchandise supervisor; Ralph Sabctti, appliance manager In Galesburg store, and William Levinson, manager of furniture department in Galesburg store. In Tfio Armed Forces William DcVrlcs likes the Navy and his assignment, he has written his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeVries of LaFayetle. His address is- Sr. 4581709, Co. 307, RecruitjNational Training School, U. S. Naval I premiums when due, or within the Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Urge Veterans To Pay Insurance Whenever Due The Illinois Veterans' Commission announces it is very important to veterans that they pay their Service Life Insurance Seaman Ted. Truiock, a brother of Mrs. A. F. Nocclla. 1011 Frank St., is attending Oklahoma University as a part-time student while serving with the Norman, Okla. SI day grace period, to insure.con tinuous insurance protection. Failure to pay premiums when due or within the grace period on National Service Life Term Insurance will result in lapse of protoc- Navy at'tion. Reinstatement may be made prior to the expiration of the current term period upon submitting evidence of insurability and pay- MISS MARIE SLAVEN IS LEAVING her po.s,t this evening as manager and buyer of Sparks Shop. As a buyer of ladies ready-to-wear in Galesburg for more than 25 years, Miss Slavcn has made many friends and has enjoyed both people and the correlating of fashions with personalities. She has not disclosed her plans for the future at this time. Present First Knox Recital on Tuesday The first Knox College student Headquarters Bty 551st AAA Gun , , IU mod i .• -Bn., ft. MacArthur, San Pedro recital of the 1953-54 academic year will be presented Tuesday; The other son, A. 2 C. Charles L evening, Oct. 13, at 7:30 in Beech-iCox AF 358116, Det. No. 3, 601st er Chapel. Five Knox students!*- c - & w -Sqdn APO 12, Post... ,. . , imaster New York, N. Y., has been will participate. | jn the service sjnce Jan 3 _ 195 , The program for the concerted will end his tour of duty about S.Sgt. Thomas J. Dyer III, son of Mrs. Thomas J. Dyer Jr., 4CGjmcnt of two monthly" premiums. Burgland Ave., recently arrived at,Reinstatement of lapsed permanent Hickam Air Force Base on the' island of Oahu in the Hawaiian group where he js serving as a flight engineer technician Two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cox of Lomax are both in military service. One son, Cpl Harold G. Cox, is now on a 25-day leave which he is spending with his parents and his wife, Gail and son, Freddy, in Dallas City He also is visiting his sisters, Bea and Alice, and another brother Benny, all in Lomax. His mili tarv address is: US 551261909 Students Aid Institutions "Or.i In,HI ,-i week toward help"it! the r-'iinrriiinity ;ind learning to imrlmiMi 'l rill kinds of people." 'H'.i' is •..,!,;,( ih,. Y.W.C.A. com- imunily projects offer to Knox slu- j'ifTits, :"oidim> to Mnrjorie jlioiirri'.:. l-'oiit .-ifia. f:ilil'., tlli |;{''ner;,l i [,-,nn of the : nity projects committee. Memhej "ave Km l/, publicity chairman; Franrj' I.-, man, secretary; and Pat '.Mel .atijM; ..ailkt. Connie Sterns, •hian lli:,kle, Don 1 'et.erson, Carol ,Kaimey, .I'/iifi loi/.eki, Alan Ander'•'in, iohii Meridian, and Don |M'ishf-r a it in various institu- : 'i»im:, ,v do I'ai I'.u^h, Bill Hope, Mary It--, i and Pal Nelson. ; Thfe t idcnts work at Carver .''''liter, Maiv Davis Home, Cottage Ihivpiial. Calesburg State Re'-arch ll-.-pital, and at various 'hurchc in Cale-liurg. Students aisn hope !i> lie atile to help at St. 'i Mary's llofiital and Knox County illome nnd Hospital in Knoxville •tlii« year | Mks Bourns emphasi7 .es that 'not only members of the commit- THE DAILY P^gisfer-Mail GALESBURG, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1953 StCTION 2, PAGE 9 National Service Life Insurance tfl „ , . may be made at any time upon " K " f''"' ln lh ^ p - activi- paymcnt of all back premiums plus' Ai ; .students are wel- interest. A lapse of any NSLI of '™ J ml '""led. more than three months requires a ! , * l ' ;, ' v ' 1 physical examination as proof of 1 \ ' insurability. j! ,,e chil'lm: Willard A. Manning, Adminis-!'''? , fj5ncir '"- trator of the Illinois Veterans' <' r ' ? Commission, states that Service lhe R'-'f.wh Ho-pital finds Officers of the IVC, located L knf ' x students participating in throughout the state, are prepared j 1,af iinj f.-ouiunity-singing and to advise and assist veterans or dependents on all phases of National Service Life Insurance. Center, college stu playing games with a-- well as by teach- and by coaching in COMPLETE COURSE — A group of Galesburg area life underwriters Friday completed their course in the Life Underwriters Council and were awarded diplomas. L. A. Linman of Galesburg has been instructor of this course during the past two years, with the purpose of the course being to fcettcr prepare the individual as a career underwriter. Pictured above are, seated, from left to right, Arthur II. Gayman, Rudy II. Busch, L. A. Li:|nan, Carl E. Carlson. Standing, from left to right, Russell C. Gehring, Ilarve Herren, Gordon K. Ilendrick, If. Dean Johnson, L. U. Rull, Jay R. Rczner, Elner Lundccn and Bob Stone. Not present as the picture was taken were Andy Horn and B. B. Lewis. Delegates named to attend the midyear meeting of the slate association were Elner Lundeen, Russell Gehring, Dean Johnson, Mrs. Florence McConnell Dredge, Robert Lewis and Robert Stone. nmsic-listf-m.-.g sessions. Work in' the hospital library and operating the arMres^craph machine for The office is open daily between; c j rc ; j l3tm« pamphlets are a]so in . the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.^ 1 ';'^'! in this project, and on Saturday until noon in thei J ne Cottage Hospital readily Hill Arcade. I n " t5 volunteers to work taking, _ jdown window screens and feeding Hire the handicapped—they're! the elderly patients. These are ready, willing, and able. lonly a few of the worthwhile proj­ ects of the community projectsj J Q Open Bridge Bids committee. j BjrJs for a numbcr of highway- Future plans include a daily ac- construction jobs in Illinois Fork Creek, three miles west of Abingdon, and .85 mile of gravel or crushed stone surface ap- are proaches Route 404. tivitv during Greek Week and be- , , , , , . , „ ginnings of a student sponsored ^]f^? % v ?* n ' n f in * 1 f npnn «-! ^ T T7 Z 7T7 hnildinf on c -.mnos to serve is flcl 1 0cL 23, accorflin 8 to ar H The U.S. Bureau of Mines says Si <h „JT P nr n s ,r.c a : nouncement from the state high-' c nough water is pumped out of comer tor me.se projects. a , vay department. The projects, in- : Pennsylvania hard coal mines each elude one in Warren County — a year to fill Lake Tahoe in Califor- READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS steel beam bridge over Cedar nia. follows: Concerto in A, K. 414 Mozart First movement: Allegro Marilyn White, pianist Have You Seen But a Whyte Lillie Grow Anonymous Life Curran Lorna Warren, soprano Marilyn Van Norman, accompanist Rondo in A minor, K. 511-..Mozart Marilyn Van Norman, pianist Two Preludes Debussy The Engulfed Cathedral The Interrupted Serenade JoAnn Nystrom, pianist Chorale Preludes Buxtehude In Dulci Jubilo Ere Yet the Dawn Hath Fill'd the Skies Susan Mitchell, organist HOT SHOT SPECIALS 9 to 12 Sunday Holland Dutch Treat Meadow Gold Vz gal. EMS 39c dozen Miracle Whip ,t.43c Cudahy Puritan BACON Mb. pkg. TRADING POST 1315 East Main St. June 23, 1954. As an air police man he has been stationed at Kasscl, Landsberg and near Mann heim, Germany. After participating in Naval manuevers off the coast of Ice land, Gene Jaquet of Williams field, who is aboard the USS Aucilla A.0.-56, is now heading for the Mediterranean, relatives have learned. Cpl. Phillip G. Collinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Collinson of Victoria, arrived home the past week, having received his dis charge from the armed forces at Camp Carson, Colo. He had been stationed in the Far East for 10 months. He is a former member of the 44th Division, Galva Na tional Guard unit. He Is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Pennington, 281 Sumner St., Galesburg. and Ada L. Collinson, 611 N. W. First St., Galva. Realty Transfers Oscar Fransen of Cook County to Eugene L. Erickson, property in Nortfi Park First Addition for $1,000. Muriel J. Schori of Galesburg to George W. Curlott Jr., 1183 N. Prairie St., property in Gale Second Addition for $10,000. Kenneth D. Mason to Robert D. Curry, both of Knoxville, property in Knoxville for $5,000. Raynjond L. Cole of Galesburg to Anna Montgomery and others, property in Santa Fe Addition for $2,500. Mrs. Mildred L. Jearling to Clarence Jearling, 62 Sumner St., property in Payne Addition for $3,000 subject to mortgage originally at $5,500; also adjoining property from LaVerne U. Klemm of Galesburg to Clarence Jearling for $3,000, subject to original mortgage of $2,600. LIKE MAW 5EZ, VUH NEVER KNOW WHEN yER4QNNA NEEP INSURANCE LEO A. CRONIN INSURANCE "Honestly lt'$ The Best Policy" 516 Bondi Bldfl. 6403-6 FAMILY FINANCIAL SCORE BOARD DEBTS 0 0 0 SAVINGS $ 1 0 oj 0 WOULDN'T FEEL LIKE HOW MONEY GROWS TO $1000 IF SAVED MONTHLY We Add Amount No Months You Save Dividends* Total $ 5 163 $815 $188.37 $1003.37 10 90 900 109.69 1009.69 15 62 930 74.25 1004.25 25 39 975 47.75 1022.75 * Figured at our current rate of 3% p« r annum Savings Insured to $10,000 Earnings Compounded Twice Yearly FIDELITY FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan Association Main and Cherry Streets Galesburg, Illinois

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