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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 12, 1953
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fhe Daft stef Galesburg, 111. .Monday, October 12,1953 County Farm Group Observes 25th Year Aft Assembly of 150 persons it* tended the Knox County celebration of the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Country Lite Insurance Company Saturday evening here in the Auditorium of the County Farm Bureau Building. One of a series held over the state at this time, the Knox County event included a dinner and program of entertainment. The company is an affiliate of the Illinois Agricultural Association—the statewide Faffn Bureau. Among the honored guests present were charter policyholders in the company and early Farm Bureau leaders in the county when the company was organized. Hear Broadcast The assembly in Galesburg 5oined with other celebration gatherings in the state in listening to a special 30-minute radio broadcast from Chicago in recognition of the occasion. An account of the company's history was given on the broadast by Charles B. 'Shuman of Sullivan, president of the I.A.A.; Earl C. Smith of Detroit (Pike County), president of the I.A.A. until 1947, and Donald Kirkpatrick of Chicago, legal counsel of the company when it was founded. Housel Roberts of Oneida, chairman of the County Farm Bureau insurance committee, was in charge of arrangements for the local affair, with Edward Bowman, also of Oneida, serving as toastmaster. Reviews Production Wayne Leinbach of Galesburg, county agent, reviewed the company's production record during the past fiscal year, and paid recognition to M. J. Reed, also of Galesburg, who was the leading company agent in the state during the year on production. Reed is assigned under District No. 2 of the company's makeup and the area embraces 27 counties. Second top man in the district was M. D. Tult, also of Galesburg. William Wyatt, Wataga, MARK ANNIVERSARY—Mrs. Matiritz Hodges of Oneida cuts anniversary cake at a Knox County dinner meeting Saturday night here In the Farm Bureau Building in celebration of the 25th year of the founding of the Country Life Insurance Co. At the left is S. E. Eckfund of KnoxviHe, a member of the County Farm Bureau board of directors when the company was rounded. Mrs. Hodges is policyholder No. 113, the lowest one registered by the company in Knox County. sembly when he recited a "tall tale" which he originally presented in t a company contest during the time it was founded. Extends Greetings Greetings were extended ' by Mrs. Helen Gibbs Hadden , of Galesburg, who won a beauty contest in a company promotion here in 1929. Clyde Collinson of Galva, secretary-treasurer of the county Farm Bureau, spoke on the topic, i -j . • , , 4 . , "What County Life Has Meant to rated third place on production in| A griculture in Knox County," Other entertainment included Sugar V Spice! the district. This was the first time in the company's history that Knox County placed the first three top men in the district. Early directors of the county Farm Bureau present for the celebration were A. L. Doubet, Williamsfield; Ira Moates and Guy Routh, of Maquon; A. N. Skinner, Yates City, and S, E. Ecklund, Knoxville, Others Listed Other directors of the county organization when the state affiliate was founded who are still living are Leo O'Hern Sr., St. Augustine; T. J. Sullivan. RFD 1. Galesburg; Harry Gehring, Altona; B. Baird, Williamsfield; Earl ring, 560 N. Chambers St; Guy Williamson, Knoxville; Clark Nel- vocal selections by Miss Hope Houfberg of Galesburg, and vocal and instrumental numbers by the Floyd Humes family of Henderson. 4 Bob Watkins Paces Big Ten Scorers With 42 Points CHICAGO W) —Bob Watkins, Ohio State's stocky young powerhouse, continues to lead Big Tcnj individual scorers. He has a total' L |of 42 points against conference and ^ e " _, nonconference opponents. Watkins added a touchdown in Ohio State's 41-20 loss to Illinois 1 son, Victoria, and Earl Swanson, and now has crossed the goal seven "RFD % Galesburg. [times in the Bucks* three games. O'Hern, Routh and Doubet are "Next in line is Mickey Bates, still members of the board of di- Illinois sophomore who counted rectors. (four TDs against OSU. Bates Moats also entertained the as-jscored once in each of Illinois' two previous games and now has 36 points. Tony Branoff of Michigan has 27 and Leroy Bolden of Michigan State 24, Seven players have scored 18 points. Oneida Auxiliary Unit Selects Committees ONEIDA ~ The Rylander-Milroy unit of the American Legion Auxiliary met this week at the Legion Home. The president, Mrs. Oscar Olson, presided at the business meeting. All members were reminded to donate cookies for the Blood Center Nov. 4, These are to be left at Dougan 's store by Nov. 3 or brought to the unit meeting that evening, where they will be packed to be delivered the following morning. The county meeting was announced and is to be in Gales* burg Thursday. The first vice president, membership chairman, and junior activities chairman are requested to be ' resent for Blue Ribbon Membership night The membership chairman reported 65 paid members. Past President parley dues have been paid 100 per cent. There was a discussion of plans for the annual Fall Festival. It was decided to have an oyster and chili supper along with the regular bazaar. The following committee chairmen were named: dining room, Mrs. Herbert Whitman; fancy work, Mrs. C, Robert Johnson; parcel post, Mrs. Clyde Foster, and harvest booth, Mrs. Charles Corcoran. The following delegates gave reports of the District Convention in Abingdon Sept. 25: Mrs. C. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Charles Corcoran, Mrs. Lloyd Harmison and Mr£ John Wyman. Serving refreshments during the social hour were the hostesses, Mrs. C. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Lillie Welch, Mrs. Wesley Cathart, and Mrs. John Colclaser. Hostesses for the Nov. 3 meeting will be Mrs. Leslie McKie, Mrs. Richard Osberg, Mrs. Walter Holmes Jr. and Mrs. Al Henke. The Women's Association of the Presbyterian Church will hold its October meeting Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the church parlors. Mrs. Will Rice will give the devotional program. "Highlirhts of Religious Literature," is the topic of the main program, and will be in- the charge of Mrs. Carl Lingwall, Mrs. Howard Henderson and Mrs. Otis Edwards. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. .Lester Holmes, Mrs. Vernon Swanson, Mrs. Adolph Thalmann, Mrs. Harold Moore, Miss Ruth McKie and Mrs. Guy McMaster. About thirty members of the Association attended the silver tea the Knoxville Presbyterian Church last Wednesday afternoon. Friday there will be Presby- terial meeting at Elmira. A good attendance is desired and anyone who can furnish transportation is asked to contact Mrs. Ernest Richards. Plan Guest Day at Alpha * n " F 4 • • + * 1 •h V- P H * o. h • - h r * k H ' 1 X 1 • 1 J h I j h "St** ALPHA Woman's Day at Thursday Church. the theme , , - .,i meeting. Mrs. Carl Haugland will read the scripture. A program of music entitled "An Afternoon in Three-quarter Time'; will be presented by a trio of Rock Island composed of the following ladies: Mrs Carl V. Johnson, soprano; Mrs* Robert S. Nelson, mezzo soprano; Mrs Albert FHyink. contralto, with Mrs. Leslie C. Hanson, accompanist. Hostesses are Mrs. Lyman Gustus Mrs Luther McNeil, Mrs. Una White, Mrs. George Diggs, Mrs Leonard Davison, Mrs. Freeland Rutledgc, Mrs. Carl Brown, Mrs Don Roberts, Mrs, Dale Edmund. Mrs. Miles Whimpey, Mrs. Theodore Johnston, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Emford Uphoff, Mrs. Nelson'Gustus, Mrs. H. G. Wirt, Mrs. Leonard Hazelrigg and Mrs. Lester Larson. The executive board will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Theodore Johnston. •:-s\>; -mm* H h h m •• *. • r H . r ^ * x * - h - * - L h m V." 4 * m F V- 1 • & h L q h t* i • n h 'P 1 v ^ I T- \ • 4 * 4 * * 1 H ^ • ******* '*.'*Sm* •^1 • 4i 1 _ + F n r i 4 4 I** r -' 4 k I • 1 ,^ t I i I • • I ^ ' L N • 1 4i_ " L I ¥ /.ViS 1 * * * « + ^ > + r _ Alpha Community j Club will observe Guest their regular meeting afternoon at the Baptist Music and Drama" is for the afternoon's . * k 4 k\*- * 4 h h k ^" b -. - 1* h 4 4 + - v 4i * - •- ^ >" > - * -• -"v_ > J H f h - .4 h_ ^ H k & n r _ i k F *.# * + + **** 4 l - H -r - i - * + ^ _4i +_ r n h 4i _ . fa r. I J L • 1 I *t. - i fa v.. L h m f m * f ft r. ,v :J : v^: ^^^ft^•l^ft^ft^ft^•it^^ft^ftK.lvV ' L fa n ^ . \ *_*,T _i _4 ft * * ft h 4i x J • fa « I F- ft - * + ft r 4"» • 1 • ri - J 4 WVftV - 4- ri . h A 4i \ "H ft n 4 1 4 L p h J • 1 V A 1 v 1 ^v.v<y ' - v • •>Xv? 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P »S ¥ i*i - 4- h 4fa L p I h L fa h H 4 ri 1 i h n 4- h P * h fa ri ^4 r ri L ri •' j r * • ' r 1 1 • r • • •• ' I fa i L fa ' 4 ft n T T fa 1 •it k ^-'oy .>o:^J 'F "L*-V.\V» • - - M 3Sv> • :••'••*•; i I f i 1 H r -'ft pd fa - r fa 4 * * robber tavern kiss a Robber Takes Time Out to Kiss patron CHICAGO MV-A kissing took time out during a holdup early Sunday to woman patron, The gunman, a teen-age youth with a missing.front tooth, placed a smack on the cheek of Mrs. Edward Staldcr, 33, after scooping $225 from the cash register of a tavern on the Northwest Side. Then he robbed her husband, Edward, 35, oC $40 and took $10 from another customer. He fled with two companions. The three robbers also held up two other taverns. Kathry date in Grayson as Grace Moore gives her best performance to "So This Is Love," Technicolor first run hit. which plays tonite and Tuesday at the Drive-In Theatre. Announce Hostesses For Victoria Auxiliary VICTORIA — The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jennie Warrensford with 22 members present. Mrs. Frances Gibbs, president, had charge of the meeting. The list of hostesses and serving committees for the year was read: October, Jennie Warrensford, Mrs. Bertha Olmsted, Esther Krans, Maude Sornberger and Gladys Thorne; November, LaVon Clark, Edna Huber, Cecile Cree and Lucille Johnson. It was voted to give $5 toward the Halloween party for the town children. Twenty dollars was voted to support the Auxiliary 8- point program. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. La Von Clark. The Happy Hour Club met Thursday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Ralph Clark. Two tables of canasta were played. Callers in the afternoon were Mrs. Althea Gibson of Houston, Texas, Mrs. \Iess Sornberger and Mrs. Ethelyn Sornberger. Refreshments were served by the hostess. A group of 20 little fiends of Ike Wears Red Jacket as He Tours Golf Course WASHINGTON (UP)—Backstairs at the White House- President Eisenhower has a fire- engine red golf jacket which stands out like a flaming signal on these autumn afternoons when he is on the back lawn of the White House practicing with his golf clubs. His valet. John Moaney who shags practice balls for the President, wears a bright green jacket. When Mr. Eisenhower's red jacket is close to Moaney's kelly green job, the color effect is suggestive to Christmas. * GO TO A IAOVIE THEATRE MONDAY, OCT. 131 ORPHEUM; "The Caddy," at 1:30, 3:34. 57 '42 9 *4R WEST: "Master'of BalUntrae," 1:30, 4:20, 7'.10, 10-.O0; "Fighting Lawman," 3:00, 5:50, 8:40. Five-year-old David Eisenhower may be well on his way to an athletic career before he leaves his grandparents at the White House and takes up his new home in j appointments "scheduled Georgia with his two sisters and parents, Major and Mrs. John Eisenhower. In addition to golf practice with pint-sized clubs, David is now taking swimming lessons in the heated White House pool. Eisenhower Faces Busy Schedule WASHINGTON m — President Eisenhower faced a crowded schedule of 10 appointments today after being confined to the White House Sunday with what was described as intestinal flu. Murray Snyder, assistant White House press secretary, said the President spent the day resting in his quarters, and that none of the today Gilson Ladies Aid Set Mealing Date GILSON — The regular meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of the Gil son Community Church will be held Wednesday in the church basement. Mrs, Faye Woolridge will read the Scripture, Mrs. Guy Fuller will have charge of recreation and Mrs. Earle Snell will serve refreshments. On Thursday afternoon, Oct. 15, the Keep Koming Klass will hold a regular social gathering and business session at the home of Mrs. Thomas Putnam. There are several business matter to be considered. The October meeting of the Gilson Grade School P.T.A. will be held Friday, Oct. 16, at the gymnasium. Each family has been asked to bring doughnuts. Coffee and pop are to be furnished, it is announced. A disability does not destroy ability—and ability counts! Hire the physically handicapped on jobs for which they arc qualified. for A New York jeweler will shortly sponsor a nationwide, weekly television show about the President and the White House. This is the jeweler who designed Mrs. Eisenhower's inauguration jewelry. had been canceled. Today's appointment list ran from 9:15 a.m., EST, until 3 p.m. Among the scheduled callers were Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Secretary of Defense Wilson. In lumber-scarce Afghanistan,; only the ceilings in most houses are made of wood. White House reporters have been advised by Press Secretary James j C. Hagerty that they will not have was orating at length in Spanish, the President held up his hands and with a broad smile, explained, *'I can read a little Spanish, but I can't hear it?" Patricia Ann Olmsted gathered at to abide by an edict laid d b the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex — tne nome oi Mr. ana jyirs. nex bandleader Fred Waring in connec- Last week members of the fifth Olmsted Saturday to help celebrate tion wiUl ihc bj r thdav nartv for ' • * ' ''-^ she received 1 NORTHERN RED TRIUMPHS POTATOES 100 bag $2.49 FANCY RED OR YELLOW DELICIOUS APPLES Bu. $2.49 TRADING POST SUPER WU&t and sixth grades and their teach-her fifth birthday: ers, Mrs. Richard Pearson, and ! a number of nice gifts. The after- Miss Lillian Peterson enjoyed a noon was spent in playing games, field trip to Blackhawk Stat^ Park.(Lunch was served by the hostess A guide showed them through the I assisted by several of the mothers, museum and gave an interesting 1515 MAIN Set Funeral Rites DECATUR, 111. (UP) — Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday ifor H. Harry Scitz, 63, chairman |of the Macon County Board of Supervisors. Scitz, a commercial photographer here since 1912 t died in St. Mary's Hospital Saturday. READ THE WANT ADS (Note: Send pattern orders direct to Chicago. Watch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office.) Smart for school—pretty for parties! Use remnants /or this back-interest charmer—add embroidery in easy stitches. Next spring, sew a sleeveless version 1 Pattern 701: Children's Size 2, 4. 6. 8, 10. Tissue pattern; embroidery transfer. State size. Send Twenty-five cents In coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Register-Mail, Needlecraft Dept., P.O Box 5740, Chicago 80. Print plninh'i YOUR NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE. 1 PATTERN NUMBER, SIZE. EXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN popular, new designs to crochet, sew. embroider, knit—printed right in the Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for — ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fashions! Send 20 cents fnr your copy' account of the settlement of the surrounding Rock River territory. The group enjoyed a picnic at noon, and then climbed Cliff Trail to a souvenir shop. Games and dancing were participated in at the amusement room, following which they returned to the bus by way of another steep, winding Indian trail. Back at school, the pupils wrote accounts of their trip for English classes. the President Tuesday night at Hershey, Pa. Waring had stated that the newsmen could not bring their typewriters to the lavish party to write their stories about the President's visit Hagerty, after an advance KNOXVILLE FALL HOUSE CLEANING How to Cut Heat Loss "Insulation helps to keep the house cool in summer, and, by lowering the loss of heat, to keep it warmer In winter," says the Bet Over 200 Altend jGilson Supper Event GILSON — More than 200 persons attended the fried chicken supper held Thursday evening at Gilson for the benefit of the Gilson Cemetery Association's treasury. Persons from out of town attending the event included Mrs. Grace McCoy, Mrs. Leslie Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. H. S, Johnson and Mrs. Esther Macy entertained several friends of Martha Jo'on|{ r ip"Vlwk over'the Hershey7ay" her sixth birthday Tuesday after- 1 noon after school. She was presented with many nice gifts. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Macy assisted by Mrs. Rex Olmsted. Aledo ALEDO—Mrs. Aletha McCreight of Aledo attended the Rebekah Lodge in Rock Island on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Margaret Boruff of Buffalo Prairie has returned home after visiting with Mrs. Rebecca Vance. The Rev. A. B. Bengston of Aledo is a patient in Hines Hospital in Chicago. Miss Hope McKinney of Hammond, Ind., spent a few days visiting in the home of her cousin, Mrs, Dale Ives. Mrs. Ca therin e McRoberts of Denver, Colo., visited a few days in Aledo in the home of Mr. and HIT MUSICAL! In Technicolor! First Time On Our out, returned to the White House*• £ and soothed the ruffled reporters! PonOTQITIlC dCTCCtl by assuring them typewriters' would be admitted. Musician Waring is one of Mr. Eisenhower's most ardent admirers and has a prominent part in planning the entertainment for Tuesday night. RECONDITIONED GUARANTEED 1% two sons, Mr, and Mrs, Uallstrom, ter Business Bureau in'its hooklct'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Findahl, Mr. (Mrs. Clyde Miller. Ion home insulation. Modern pneu-'and Mrs. Walker, Mr. and Mrs.! Mrs. J. Sloan entertained mem- I malic equipment enables applica-IL U. Piummer, Mr. and Mrs .jbersof the Miscellaneous Club in "tors to fill wall and ceiling areasArnold Swanson, all of Galesburg; jher home on South Maple Street |of the average home with mineral! Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oakes and Thursday afternoon, wool insulation in less than two^Mr. and Mrs. Howard (lakes. Can 1 Mrs. Hiram Parkman was host- days, adding comfort and lowering'ton, and Air. and Mrs. Frank ess to the members of Bridge Tea fuel bills. iPiekrel. JCiub Thursday afternoon at a dessert in her home. Guests were Mrs. Ethel Morrison, Mrs. James |C. Allen, Mrs. R. David and Mrs. John Bohen of Alexis. Mrs. Donald Zink and two children, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. T. D. Danford, left for their home in Cantillo, near El Paso, Tex., Monday. Mrs. Zink and children have been visiting her the past month, READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS mm? 1 With Attachments 2.95 Down 1.00 WEEK For Free Home Demonstration Sold by Horn* Demonstration Only AND ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY BAY ALFARO And His Orchtitn The President was in the White House rose garden greeting 35 junior ambassadors from Central and South America. Most of the boys presented gifts from their native lands, some of the youngsters trying to explain their presents to the chief executive in torrents of Spanish. To one earnest young man who WHEN BETTER SANDWICHES AND MALTS ARE SERVED GOLD-N-NUGGET 614 West Main Street WILL SERVE 1HEM. TONITE - TUES. MM* 20a (*o*ifltf praa* JANE R USSELL AURltYff HOWARD HAWKS* i I NOW! ENDS WED DRIVE-IN THEATRE First Show 7:00 P. M. Tonite and Tuesday FIRST RUN magic weapon grasp.. faced W r i: Bagdad's hordes _F - H THE MOORE! Park Lane Ave. Galesburg, 111, It's here! 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