Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 12, 1953 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 12, 1953
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Berwick Ttaptiflt Women INaii Dinner BERWICK—The Woman's Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon at the. Baptist Church. Mrs. Mary Jean Jones was the love gift loader. Mrs. Malcolm Johnson was the devotional leader. Solo, "Waiting on Jesus," was by Mrs. Ted Larson. Mrs. Clair Chandler of Gnleshurg was the guest speaker. "The night Size, Spiritually" was her subject. The meeting was closed by prayer by Mrs. Malcolm Johnson. Mrs Em mil Jones, Mrs. Mary Jean Jones, Mrs. Sylvia Smith and Mrs. Alma Neff were hostesses. The Kiwanis Club of Abingdon has requested the Martha Society to serve a dinner at the Baptist Church Monday evening, Nov. 2 Mrs. Arlene Shaver and baby son returned home Wednesday afternoon from the St. Mary's IIos pital. The baby has been named Max. Mrs. Randolph of Clinton, Mo., is visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Randolph. Bob Sawyer has resumed driving the school bus after his recent illness. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME By JIttitny Hatlo The Daily Register-Mail, Qalesburg, 111. Nor Prr our F OR MAM OR BEAST"* BUT POP WOtfT FETCH HIS DAUGHTER"- Ko/etla Grade School Has 72 Enrolled ROZETTA—-A bumper crop of first graders has boosted the enrollment at the Rozetta School to 72 in the first six grades. The first grade is the -largest class, having 17 children. There are J!> in the second grade, 4 in the third grade, 10 in the fourth grade, 10 in the fifth grade and Ifi in the sixth grade. The teachers are Geneva Welch, Blanche Whiteman and Agnes Schroeder. The custodian is Larry Lee. A. W. Mead is the unit superintendent. Rozetta is the only school in the unit which has a P.T.A. organization. BUT- ON A MOOMUr HEAVY D4TE THEN HE THINKS HE 0U6MTER lltio RIO — Jo Pottorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Pottorf, is confined in bed for two weeks. Jo complained of her limbs hurting her and after X-rays were taken, which showed nothing, the doctor IVesmis Program 1 or |\ |;. O. Chapter A l Kirk wood Home KIRKWOOD-Chaptcr T, P. E. f J., nut. in the home of Mrs. Tliflrna M;inn recently. Mrs. Marioric Smith, president, was in'advised her to stay in bed for ehan/e of the business meeting. Itwo weeks. Jo had just started to n <w ,u <,n- were conducted by Mrs.jschool this fall. HIT Simmons, chaplain. Mrs. Miss Htilda Olson returned from Mii'l/id van Riper, program ehair -Jhc Moline Public Hospital in Mo- inirodured Mrs. Smith whodine* on Tuesday where she had : ' cpoit of the Illinois Slate isubmitted to major surgery. ' on-.on!:<iti held in Urbana inj Seven members of the board of v .i,irh she attended as a;the Rio Junior Woman's Club at- M[)ii fiii;iii<.c of Chapter T. Sev-|tcnded the meeting at the home the 0 { M rs , Ross Pitman Thursday icvening. i The pupils of the fifth and sixth! ',;;"!/'™ »ie piano by Mrs.i grades o{ lhg Rio R0VA School' '•r -.i\ numbers were sung by liaji'fr trio, Dorothy Pape, Eve ".nr! ;md Virginia Pape, ac- .nif! on the piano by Mrs. A rrr -tt Monday, October 12, 1&&3 5 DIRILYTE Mann served refreshmc have painted pictures on the win- CiHS'j r it,,, nr.Ur*r\] *Ttf \mo AT re ih«: following assisting host-" f , the school rooms. Mrs. Mrs Maude Everett, Mrs.l Wl " " art ,s * nc,r teacnc ' r - There -a\' on, Mrs. Bessie Lan- was no school Thursday and Fri- Irs. Evelyn Work, Mrs.'^ay while the teachers are attend- mble, Mrs. Martha Wat-i'ng institute. Relta Akin, Mrs. Maryf The Rio Boosters ball team held and Mrs. Mildred Van their annual dinner at Marty's next meeting will be'Supper Club in Galesburg on thf home of Mrs. Reid Wednesday evening which was at- o:;. Oct. 10. itended by about 30. 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Excelsior Hernia * Rectal CUnU Dept. 5713 Excelsior Springs, Mo EGAD, TWIGGS / TH£R£ MUST 65 <ZCA06 OF MOLDY BLUE LAWS ON THE BOOKS LIKB THE OME THAT FORglDS SHAKING KUGSOJT OP A vJlKlDOW/—X'LL HiRe A CORPS OP SLEUTHS TO 6MADOW JDSTIC5 <3UlMCRy F(9R EVSE.V VIOLATIONS I CAM <5 ST YOU OME COP WHOLESALE, /VIATOR — NAMELY ' ME/FISHING TOe. . 0>NlE Of THOSE A •SPEED-TRAP / A SHARES IS MV KlMD , 6AME A TWIGGS/ yoU 'RE OPERATIVE 1-X Woodhull WOODHULL — Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson of Galesburg are sorry to hear they arc both patients in the Cottage Hospital for a complete rest. The couple are former residents of iWoodhull. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bailey of Twenty-Nine Pal-ms, Calif., arrived Thursday for a visit at the Misses Gertrude and Ethel Clough and Mrs. Giace Maher homes here and with relatives in Viola. B. C. Calmer suffered a heart attack Wednesday and is confined to his bed at present. Miss Ruby Palm, R. N., arrived from California Thursday evening for an extended stay. Her father, Walter Palm, who is confined to his bed, remains in the same condition. EUhum Club Holds Mewling at Biggsville BIGGSVILLE—The Eldeen Club met Wednesday with Mrs. E. .! Epporly. The afternoon was spout visiting and sewing. The hosiers ierved a two-course lunch late in the afternoon. Guests were Mr*. John Osborn, Mrs. Elizabeth Sterett, Mrs. J. J. Lipton, Mrs. Leonard Epperly, Mrs. Francis Rankin, Mrs. Cavart Bigger, Mr* Gerald Shauman and Ella Boyd The Builders Youth Group of thr United Presbyterian Church hel<! ia party and wiener roast Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rawhouser, sponsors for the group. Other sponsors present were Mr, and Mrs. Wood,row Salter, Mr. and Ms. Curtiss Yarrington and Mrs. Charles Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Renken and family were recent guests of Mr and Mrs. L. E. Rice of East Moline. Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Mann of Waukesha, Wis., were calling on friends here Thursday evening. {They were overnight guests in the jhome of Mr. and Mrs. Will Adair. Dr. Mann had attended the meeting of Synod held at Sparta the first of the week. ..inciiln Chanter, Order of < in Star, will meet tonight k Initiation will be Mr-. Lulu fjibb has returned ffin ,-i vi'-it in the home of her 'on uri 'l f-irnilv, Mr. and Mrs. W. .!. <;i |,b. in Fargo, N. D. Mr ,w! Mrs. Wesley Rinehart and daui'Mf -rs of near Slronghurst were UY'lncday evening callers in the Orvillo Keener home. Mrs. Milford Behrcns and son, .Timrnie. n! Manlius are visiting in the hoiivs of her parents, Mr. aVis- \ V IF Newman, and her siMf-r. Mr?. Paul Vice, and family. M. Aumisline ST. Ai;i;t:S 'n .\E— Mr. and Mrs. Harold fi'.r- linn and family spent the v.erkcnd at the home of Mr. and Mr- iiav Gor ?;line in Butler, Mo. Miss Eiain» Young is spending a v.c-ck at the home of Mr. and Mr<-. Arnold Kay of Monmouth. Mr. .w! Mrs. Howard Newt and d,vi::hVT and Mrs. Clark of Bushnell v.en.- Wednesday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd. • Mr. and Mrs. Si Mote and family spent four days in Iron Mountain, Mich., visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. •Briggs. Mrs. Jennie Williams called onj her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.I and Mrs. Dale Williams, who are patients in St. Francis Hospital. j Victoria ; VICTORIA — The Royal Neigh- ; bors held a special rncetnig at the jhome of Mrs. James Blackie in .Galesburg Tuesday. | Miss Mary Johnson visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Josephine Woolsey, Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Royer returned home Wednesday evening from Indiana where she spent several days at jthe home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Royer. Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Halverson from Lake Geneva called at the home of Miss Gertrude Sayre Tues-. day, en route to Albuquerque, j N.M., to visit relatives. 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