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Abingdon Auxiliary Unit Will Take Trip to Vets' Hospital ABINGDON—The American Le-and Mr. and Mrs. William Mcgion Auxiliary mot at (he Legloni Kinl ?y of , Av Jl n attended funeral The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Tuesday, October 13, 1953 21 Home Monday evening. It. was services in St. Louis today for , Mrs. Roy Moulder, decided to join in the jelly shower; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pauls- for the Cottage Hospital and grove of Phoenix, Ariz, visited ki everyone is asked to take jelly tol l ' ,e home ? f „ Mr ' and Mrs. John Frances Schisler by Oct. 26. The'S 1 "™* an( ' Mr ? nd ^" y , nc rehabilitation chairman, Betty Krwin on Thursday. Mr Pau- Nott, announced Nov. 15 as the « rovc and Mrs - Turnc y arc cous " it 1 " twiKr IHP l ° lhC,KnSt Mo ('"'Mrs. Pearl Peterson, Alonzo and line Hospital. Nancy, Miss Bessie Atchison, Mrs. , «nd Means Chairman Mable 1}abbut and SQBj Harry, Wilma Howard announced plans' sp(!nt thc woc kend in Chicago, for a bake sale and bazaar to be I M r. and Mrs. Stanley Stephens held Nov. 21. L m) shcrryl of Peoria spent Sun- Thc Auxiliary also is making day here with relatives, plans for the chest X-ray unit to' Miss Flo Lamb left today for a be held in the near future Home From Hospital Bert Kosenberry, who has been visit with Miss Lucille Fenton in Lafayette, Ind. Mrs. Jane Copcland accom- a patient in Cottage Hospital, was panied by Carlotta and Margie Kinney of Galesburg, enjoyed a motor trip to Nauvoo and Keokuk on Sunday. They met Miss Bur- able to relurn home Friday. Brownies Meet Brownie Troop 3 of the Lincoln, . „ , .,. . School met Monday at thc Mclh-' mucc Hoffman of Mount Pleasant odist Church with 24 brownies. who cnjoyocl lhc day wlth thcm present. Thc following officers were elected: Jane Eyre, president; Carol Williams, secretary;! Joyce Way, treasurer; and Christine Lambcrti, reporter. The troop then went on an arrow hunt with the fourth grade leading and thc third grade following. Thc leaders of the troop arc Mrs. R. B. Eyre, Mrs. L. P. Dcchov and Mrs. Alfred Lambcrti. i Will Meet KNOXVILLE — The Rev. and Mrs. Elbca Maionc will enter- Mrs - E. Frank Cody, who recently New Minister At Knoxville Plans Event DKATHS AND FUNERALS MRS. ALBERT PELTON Funeral services for Mrs. Albert (Minnie) Pelton of Lisle, Mo., who died Saturday, were held at thc First and Puckctt Funeral Home today at. 2.30 p. m. The Rev. Jual R. Ford officiated. Miss Vivian Johnson played selections on thc violin accom-|nedy and Larry Hagerty panied by Mrs. Clifford Pearson at the organ. Burial was in the Henderson Rev. Patrick Byrne was sub- deacon. Responses were by the church choir. Burial will be In Holy Sepulcher Cemetery in Chicago. Casketbcarcrs were C. H. Bremhorst, George H. Brown, R. S. Brown, Nish Meers, W. M. Ken* MRS. LENA E. FILKER FARMINGTON — Funeral scrv- Pallbearers were Harold Hawkin-i iccs for Mrs - Lpna Elizabeth Fit- Pallberers were Harold Hawkinson, Albert Nelson, Ralph Anderson, Alan Robertson, Sterling Fields and Frank Cunningham. MRS. ANNA JOHNSON Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Johnson, 85, of Grayslake, a former resident of Galesburg, and a sister of Miss Ella Gustafson, 209: , T , , „. ., ,.. . „ „ Sumner St., were held this after-fe * Be . c:k ,' 8 „ Cul . vl ..^ a I.!? ker, 78, who died late Saturday night in the Graham Hospital where she had been a patient less than two weeks, were conducted at the Anderson Funeral home this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with the Rev. Charles J. Kinrade officiating and burial in Oak Ridge Cemetery. Born in Douglas, she was one of nine children born to Alexan- noon in Libertyville. Burial was in a Libertyville Cemetery. AUINGDON CLASS TO GIVE "MR. COED"—The Abingdon High School seniors will present "Mr. Co-Ed," a three-act farce comedy, Wednesday night at the high school gym. In the cast of the pert and saucy play are seated from left Denny Ahlert, Ma- reiyn VanderWcrt, Ronnie Mack, Vida Tatum, Marie Wallis, Roselyn VanderWert and Harry Durbin. Standing are Charles Roberson, Jo Ann Swanson, Phyliss Martin, Pat Bond, Barbara Brownson, Jackie Button, Helen • Burkhalter, Doris Allen and Nancy Moore. Curtain time is 8:15 p. m. tain the WNW Club at her home became residents of Knoxville and Thursday afternoon. '"cside in the Presbyterian manse Galva School Board Sells Building; Hears Reports Family Dinner A family dinner was enjoyed on will hold open house next Sun day and invite all members of the GALVA—Routine meeting of the thc Sherman Hotel. Galva unit Board of Education was eating their plans held Monday night in thc high school. The session was primarily! Francis Cavanaugh, Those to go Elne 'r indi- Credit Union Chapter Discusses Work of Credit Committee Functions of the credit committee were explained during a panel. Club Honors Senior Girl At Bushnell land his wifi.. She was married in Douglas to George Adam Filkcr Mrs. Johnson died Sunday morn- * ml ™ mc to Farmington to make ing in a Zion nursing home. Mrs. ,her borne. Her husband preceded Ed Needham of Waukegan, a> r In dealh on March 2] < 1938 daughter of Mrs. Johnson, is em- 1 shc s P cnt most o£ ber life in ployed as manager of the nurs-jFarmington with the exception of ing home. six years when she made her home | The former Miss Anna Gustaf-jWith her daughter, V/ynona, in Person, Mrs. Johnson was born andioria. (reared in Galesburg. She was| She is survived by four children imarried to Carl Johnson in Gales-jGeorge A. Filker, Mrs. Arneita G. jburg and he preceded her in death.ICampbell, Mrs. Wynona M. Kim- Following their marriage, theble, all of Farmington, and Arthur Johnsons located on a farm near;c. Filker of Galesburg, and seven Libertyville and resided there forjg randc hJidrcn, a grandson, Harold many years. iFilker, was killed three weeks ago Prior to entering the niirsing; in an automobile accident. Four home, Mrs. Johnson resided sev-: t .g randcnildren and one broth . Zt^^J^J, a ^ier, Samuel Beck of Revilla, S. D. also survive. She was a member Mrs. Johnson also is survived ? r the Methodist Church in Doug- Board members and by three other daughters, a son and six grandchildren. las. (discussion on Monday evening at; Uhe regular meeting of the Gales-j were^burg Chapter of Credit Unions| Lun-'hcld at Galesburg High School | _ SuperinJ &i ^^dTunlwd w3 BUSHNELL—The Business and -— | CLIFFORD AUBREY SunVay"Yn'Avon"honoring J MV"and' church anri * riends t° call during concerned with reports and an-jtendent H. M. Robertson were en-i re n E. Arpast of the Galesburg!Professional Women's Club, in ob-MISS FREDRICA LARSON - | KEITHSBURG—Clifford Aubrey, Mrs. John R. McWilliams of South !i, h f a !! t , ( i rn "? n , . a " d _ evc : ning- , T! 1 ?i nounccments oi meetings of thejtertained at a steak dinner preced-;p 0 sta! Credit Union led the dis-servance of the annual national Funeral services for Miss Fred-53, of Marion, Iowa, who was born daughter, Mrs. Bill Behm lake. Gate, Calif, at thc home of Mr. and 1 ! ev V Mr . Cod ^ ls P aslor of tne ;near future Mrs. Recce Hunter. Those presenti IrPsbylcnan Chur were Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Headley! Tne Parsonage was completely^,h!" 5 , of thc ^^A^l^^o ^^^T ^^f^ McDonald nredrW nf tJ -T^' enj0yed a brcakfast Mon-rica Larson of 115 Lane Ave., who.and reared in Keithsburg, died Son °- CaSe ° f Abing-jaccomphshed, through the Qucen;$175 for the building. The strut-: Galesburg Mayor Speaks | thc an " ual , c ^ dlt fnion Day din- fast « ™ hc r erved e uh ( ^ - First Methodist Church will Thursday a 7pm ij the Calvary LSthCr ° rEan,Zat,0n - ThG Rcv - and!turc w, » bc ™ved from its ore.. Leo W. Morrison "rnayor ofi^f ^^J^^rne^ers. The "p ^ent Mrt. 0 ^ 3 ^,, hnrn • , , /Baptist Church" t Cedar S .t HKI Prp<.hvtrr.nn ».„,_ r, :_.i. J ...„ J ^...u„. sh e was born in Sweden, lived Burial will be in a Cedar Rapids c . Credit Union Da y din - fast, and thev served the club |P i„n w b % g Tnrw a ^ r S r, a vnr to be held on Saturday, Oct.: memb ers. The president, Mrs. ° f „ . Lc ° w - Morrison, mayor of! 2 4, 1953, at First Presbyterian. Mer]e Rogers introduced Kather- . ^ u A Postpone Meeting Mrs. Cody will be present to wcl-lent location west of the new BurnsiGalesburg, was guest speaker at Church This event observes the.linp Srhnl»« 1 was Xeter hv m0st of her l lfe near Carman and cemetery. The Non Siesta Club will not come callers from 2:30 to 5:30 iniSchool building to the Sturm farm. I the meeting Monday noon of Galva: 105th ann i VPr , arv of lhp founding^ coram ttee of tne club as the V T a . s ? amstress - .. , • Born here Feb 4 1900, meet on Thursday at the home ofithe afternoon and again in thcJA parking area will be made avail-i^tary Club in Hotel LeClaire.;^ 0 ^^ l)nion ; s Mis ; Francefes m / s nS senior to sucLd She ni ; S " rV1V1 " g arG " ephGWS and A«brey w'as educated in the local from 6:30 to 9 o'clock.Uhip at the Burns school and roek'He used as the subject of his talk, !n _. U] „,, nf ihn Vnnv r n ur,,v ^f 1 "™!™™^ .... . tu „ schools and learned the sheet- will be in the Carman metal trade in Burlington, fowa. Mr. Mrs. C. L. Warden, as previously Evening from 6:30 to 9 o 'clock^bfe-Vrthe-B^rns '^oi '^^klHc used as the subject of his t^lk,!^ — ^ ~ £ F ™™ p^&^mJe^yt^^- planned, because of illness. Visitors will be given an oppor- sprend whon the i ocation is dp .common city problems and thcir|| r JJJ\ cyEm °\ c ^° x ^ ^^ Tesentea 3 modern encycl ° Buria ... ma in cnn thrii , attempted corrections. He was in- 1 - 1 Home From Hospital i 111 " 1 ^ . at that time io sce th e Mrs. Robert Lewis returned i many "nprovemenU made in the home on Saturday from Copley Peonage. Memorial-Hospital. Aurora, where 1 „ Mn J^rull ^M 3 ^ M„„. she was a surgical patient. JZrv „Tlv iinrfh S !w u nm « t* nm if n . n «.i gomery, 224 W. North St., whose Home from Hospital unexpected death occurred Mon- Mrs. Joe Jameson returned day noon at 12:35 0 . clock w|u bc home on Sunday from Cottage held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 Hospital where she underwent 0 . c i ock in the Klinclc Chapd wRh surgery recently the Rcv E Frank Cody presidinR „• T- \ I Z., v/cr . . • , ancl assisted by the Rev. John II. Miss Linda Schisler entertained Clarke. Friends may call at the Friday evening with a post-nuptial family home after 5 o'clock this shower honoring Mrs. Jack Schis- afternoon until 1 o'clock Wednes- ler, a recent bride. Present were day afternoon. Burial wiU be in Mrs. Charles Allison, Mrs. Wanita'the Knoxville Cemetery. Robinson, Mrs. Harrod, Mrs.; Mr. Montgomery had appar- Bradley Schisler, Mrs. Homerently been in his usual health Sun- Schisler, Miss Joyce Heimer, Miss day but after arising Monday Ruth Sherman, Miss Cecilc Miller, morning complained of not feeling Miss Shirley Hulick, Miss Marilyn well. Late in the morning he bc- Farr, Miss Karen Davis and Miss came seriously ill and was rushed Sharon Hunt. Mrs. Schisler rc-by ambulance to Galesburg Cot- ccived many lovely gifts. Itage Hospital where his death oc- Will Meet currcd moments later from a Mrs. Clifford Schisler will enter- cerebral hemorrhage, tain the Indian Point Club Friday; Since their retirement from farm- afternoon, ling in 1911, Mr. and Mrs. Mont- Dinner Guests gomery had resided in Knoxville, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Although he had withdrawn from Mrs. Clifford Schisler included Mr.'active work, Mr. Montgomery and Mrs. Robert Westover, Mr.imaintained supervision over his and Mrs. Kenneth Shreves andifarm properties. He enjoyed fre- Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gentle|quent motor trips and especially and Dennie, Tom Gentle, Mr. and'yearly visits to Churchill Downs Mrs. DeWayne Anderson and to see the annual running of the Ricky of London Mills, Mr. and Derby. Mrs. Everett Tucker, Greg, Cherry) He was born Dec. 2, 1866 on his and Miky of Peoria. 'family's farm, one and one-half Daughter Born (miles west of Knoxville, and it Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kcim are the,was thcro he had resided follow- parents of a daughter, Nicki Ann,'ing his marriage until his retire- born Sept. 25 at Malvern, ArkJmc-nt. He was wed to Miss Grace Mrs. Keim will be remembered;- 1 - Dunlap at her home on North here as a former physical cduca-Farnham street, Galesburg, March lion instructor at Abingdon High 2 > ^92. School. Mr. Keim is a mining! Mr. Montgomery, even though engineer with National Lead* ac } lvee „ in agriculture kept located there. Their address is abreast of this profession through Brooks Apt. No. 6, Malvern, Ark. hls membership in the Knox Pierces Name Son County I; arm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pierce are; Surviving are his wife, Grace, the parents of a son, Stanley Paul, ?" d an ""^ daughter, Mrs. Bart- born on Friday, at St. Mary's llett G - Howe of Galesburg. There Hospital. Mrs. Pierce and son re­ dded. The sum of $62 was voted but will be withheld until terms of the troduced by George Kroll, chair-| in J ha ^, e D °, f J^^lf a1 ^ man of the day. Guests included: Earl B Cemetery. Friends may call .„ „, , , n , , Grand Chapter Report the f uner al home this evening. Merrill Bloomquist, field repre-; Mrs. Beulah Cowperthwaite, who D ar _'sentative for the Illinois Credit attended Grand Chapter in Chi- contract are completed on the tuck rf)W 0 j Albuquerque, N. M.; James jUnion League, was a guest at the cago the past week, gave a re- INFANT MUNDY at He was married to Miss Carrie Elder of Burlington and the couple later established their home in Marion. . .. „ . ,. T . . „ , , ••<« -"»« iu >..ii»>., n. I.*., »»...w; • • ,-, , _, - , , „ , . , T Besides his wife, he is survived pointing of the Lincoln School :Da vie.s Geneseo- George Lofgren meeting. He reported that a char-port. She served as a page for Funeral services for Mary Jo- by two sons John and Richard building. Although some difficuI-!(-; a i eshur g- nj-Tcst Johnson and ter has been granted to the Pur-the worthy grand matron and re-anne Mundy, infant daughter of of Cedar R a pi ds - his mother Mrs' ties had been encountered in the Mike Pletkovich Kewanee ington Brick & Tile Credit Union ceived an appointment as a mem- Mr. and Mrs. Gaien Mundy of 102 Mmme Aubrey of Keithsburg and job, it was generally agreed that; Chairman of next week ; s meet-^by the Illinois auditor of public ac- ber of the international committee Locust St were held in the Kim-,^ foUowing brothers and sisters: the work was good and members j n g will be Dr. C. J. Maginel, whoicounts. This new credit union will to the Grand Chapter of Illinois, ber and West Chapel today at 2 virgil of Tuls3j Qkla . Law _ of the board felt satisfied that the will have as his speaker, Bobmake a total of 21 credit unions in a _ . Meeting Set^ ^ ^ p.m. o y ^ . , irence of Dubuque, Iowa; Earl of original contract price of $3,650;Galloway of Kewanee, who will the Galesburg Chapter was a saving over other bids. The!speak on Morocco. Mr. Galloway sum of $3,155 had been paid to j served as regimental commander date. Other bills voted to be paid of a tank regiment in the Euro- included the bill for installation Ipcan theater of operations during of the clock system in the F. U White School plus material to Lawrence Swanson in the amount World War II Meet at Church A meeting was held Monday is a grandson and two great-grand children. Mr. Montgomery was the last of his parent's family of two turned home today Son Born , , ,. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dowin of, sons a " da daughter Berwick are parents of a son born; EnieTS Iowa hospital on Sunday at Saunders Hospital, of $245.80. Payment of $4,275 50 n)Knt in First Methodist Church for the school bus recently pur- ? f thue commission on education chased was also okcyed. to « ether wlth Sunda y Sch ° o1 work Action taken at the Aug. 10i ers " Set Scout Eyents meeting was rescinded at the Monday night meeting because of an error in'interpretation of a recent Knox Faculty Meu Win Promotions; Two Get Doctorates i American Legion and Auxiliary The Rev. Leman Olsenius of- R 0ck i s i and - Orirl of Burlington- 1 will meet Wednesday evening in ficiated Burial was in Memorial Fld of Ke 'ithsburg; Mrs. F. E. the Legion Hall for a covered dish Park Cemetery. : staatSi Houston, Tex.; Mrs. How- dinner for members and families.' WILSON* a rd McCaw, North Henderson; I To Meet at Macomb « J rilRVIEW-James A. WilsonJewell Welch, Seaton, and a retired farmer, died in the'Mrs. W. J. Haupt, also of Keiths- I There will be a meeting of the; . iMcDonough County Federated;^!'. Promotions for six members 0 f!Clubs Wednesday afternoon at 2^^,^ was preceded in death by B Kno* Col!«» facuhv have o clock .t the Presbyterian Oiurehgg ^^giS the hSspitaljbis father Marion Aubrey; a sister les ll.\ ai ^lacomp. ttepoiis or onicers, ff)r 12 davs j and a brother. Peake, Dean of the College. j Advanced in rank from instruc-J tor to assistant professor are Ed- Birthday Dinner A birthday dinner was served j He was born Dec. 3, 1868, at IFairview. On Oct. 20, 1896, he married Mae McClain. They had da I^!^^in gJ ecause of an ^Ae?^^^ new law governing school boards i n L ght j " Gal r 3 Armory. Thejph^r^ and she Thl oiLfinn „f / . ! change ln meetin g time was madeKv a ', t< , P „ NftPfh , ni . Mn ^, ^n, rt . Tec ^ veA S^ls and rne election of a pro-tempore!necessary because of the basket- president and secretary is made ; ball season's claiming Tuesday only at a meeting where there is j nights for games. There will be need for such an office. !a Board of Review at the same Mr. Wilson was preceded in .,„,:„„ death by his wife and a sister, Walter M. North, sociology depart- ^hMe^oresenrwereMr and M?^ Mrs - Mar S aret Abbadusky who ment; Wilbur F. Pillsbury, eco- n»^!ii P T.?mon -nS ii v"..' idied Jan - 21 - 1944 department; Donald WJ?*^ um «» »^ n ^ He is survived by two nephe nomics A summary of the junior high|mecting. Tonight at the First;^J crt K Wllson - musIC depart- c«„,.in„ ir« rt iioV, j and Ray, of London Mills and Sanville English department; and M Cora Mi]lington fiimnrl TT Wllcnn mucin rtflnQpf. _ ° school football program ended in;Methodist Church in Kewanee a discussion of salary adjustment'there will be a district meeting for the coach of junior high school athletics, Ralph Zech, inasmuch as football was added after school Say Vows 2WS. Funeral services will be held in jthe Voorhees Funeral Home in Methodist Church when Virgil Foxjof major party platforms in Chi win ' ... . f . . „ Miss Sara Sue Wilt, daughter off.T' 1 ™ Wednesda y afternoon at Two members of the faculty Mrs Ruth WUt of ^ be-' 2 -T h - e Rev R V Henrv of the have been awarded Ph.D. degrees „ amp fhe hririp nf nr naniel Pratt',, Y- H .e,P ry ° f . the this vear ^ m T, ? ?„• . Ua " iel Methodist Church will officiate. Dr Cooke received his doctor- '2 Ti u° l * Jr '' ° f Birmin gham. The; Burial will De in Fairview C eme- ur. cooKe receivea nis aoctor- dou ble-ring ceremony was read byj tery His thesis included a technical Ic 6 .^'' - . 1 J ' ^T 1 ^ atf . the ^ Friends ma y cal1 at funeral HIS mesis nciuaea a lecnmcai Methodist Church Sunday after- home this evening political study of the formulationi noon . nome ims evemng - of the leader and explorer groups To Give Concert A concert which should be of! started and heV a rhir"eTto"coa"ch! s P^ iaI interest to many Galvans^te from Northwestern University. the Rev basketball and track. It was voted! ls . 1 ,at * htich „ W11 K? V ZlrwZ to grant him an additional $i00^ nlght ' 0cL 23 ' in Kewanee * irst at the close of the football season. At the present time 45 boys are out for practice in football equipment in the amoun $564.91 has been purchased. No,Tickets may be secured from Mrs. jwas "On the"Religious Significance this year. The bridegroom at-jco" u 'j" christi' "Cathofic" "church! Guy Mugrage. Mr. Fox^can be-of Recent Interpretations of Pro- tended Alabama Polytechnic In-!,,,^,.,, c n i.„ n n Q n.,;o m vn„u M, C C Following the w-edding a recep- return to play for Kewaneejcago during the summer of 1952. tion"was heldfin the church dinhTgi J0HN J * MURRAY 5 nd ^and Galva audiences. Thc program Dr. Arthur J. Dibden received room with 150 in attendance. The!«^""v If fo -J «f,fmnnr i\ \L and will begin at 8:30 p .m. and will his Ph.D. from Columbia Univer-bride was graduated from the^ ^ e x»ec?edl? Saturdav" were 1 oJ| be entirely an organ concert, isity. The topic of his dissertation Bushnell-Prairie City High School held this moK at 9 o'clock at held inter schoo^ games will bc this year. ' Report was made of the annual meeting of Illinois Association of. School Boards which will be held!later returning" to his this year Nov. 22-24 in Chicago at I Princeton. Galva Notes remembered by many Galvans.lmethean Tragedies." He played for several months at I where Solemn Requiem High Mass Was celebrated' by Father Val the First Congregational Church,;^ p oM j n home Conservation Program 8 o 'clock. A membership drive! Mrs. Francis Good of Oak ParkiProtectS Groundhogs will be discussed during the meet- is a patient in Cottage Hospital; T ne new game code of the Illi- «>g. , jfollowing an injury suffered in a jnois State Department of Con- Dinner for Teachers ifall in Galva during the past week, servation this year offers protec- A dinner party for all teachersj Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Turner (j on to groundhogs on which a in District 202 will take place and daughter, Sarabelle, of Daven-j bounty had been ' paid ' in most Thursday evening at East Gales-;port were, visitors during the past COU nties of Illinois for many years. w„„..i. vl „ ..„^„. M1 , Frank Leander, well known local Avon Mrs. Dowin is the former businessman, was removed to the.burg, the instructors, their wives week at 'thn h„n,„ n * \< Charlotte Underwood. Veterans' hospital in Iowa City, and husbands to gather in t^e'TuSpr Mrs Abingdon Notes [Iowa, Tuesday. Mr. Leander hasIschool building • \fl Mr. and Mrs. Taft Hilton of De- been ill for some time. I nome From Hospital ' Long and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard! Church Benefit " - — Gardener of Abingdon have re- : Women of the Methodist Church turned from a motor trip throughj are busy working on their annual Missouri, Kansas and Colorado chicken-pie supper, to be served where they visited their son, Ger-,at the church Thursday night, aid Hilton, at Camp Carson, Colo.(Serving will start at 5:30 o'clock They returned home by way of and continue until 7. Iowa and visited relatives there. They were gone a week. Sorosis to Meet Thursday Mrs. Wayne Wolfe, 1008 N. M ae; Attention to the new code was „ .,, drawn by Dr. Curry L. Meyer of . . M i" s : Klemme of Galesburg, an officer in the Knox T „, .-. . Chicago visited m Galva over the; County Conservation and Sports- Mrs. Joe Flynn, who has been weekend. Mrs. Klemme will be re- man - s club a patient in Galesburg Cottage membered as the former Sarah stitute at Auburn, Ala. He is an ^ w w „ Army first lieutenant and servesJRezek of Our Lady of Good Coun^ as a food inspector at the Ready jSe j Church of Chicago. The Rev. Foods Provision company here.JM, j. Cronin was deacon and the They left on a trip to Florida. I —— ! Bushnell Personals j Mr. and Mrs. Martin Totten ofjFarm Bureau Slates Peoria, who have been visiting their son, John, and wife and other friends, returned home on Sunday. Mrs. Ben Young and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeisler and chil-!, lave been set by tne Knox county dren and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gos-j Farm Bureau j n connection with sage of Rushville spent Sunday HINCHLIff & WILSON 287 N. BROAD ST. * PHONE 4481 Miss Fredrica Larson 115 Blaine Ave. Services: 1:30 P.M. — WEDNESDAY at HINCHLIFF & WILSON FUNERAL CHAPEL Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Burial at Carman, 111. Maquon and Galesburg Meetings on Policy Two more township meetings here in the home of Mr. and Mrs.! Floyd Thomas. Mrs. Iva McGee spent the week- policy development in the state organization's farm resolutions process. The first of the newly scheduled east of Knoxville Sunday Attended Homecoming Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hale have end in the home of her son, C. W .i „.:n K „ v,„i^ W^A^^A™ „ , ., . „ . _ . sessions will be nelu Wednesday cGee, and wife in East Peoria. L * o ^ ^ ;„ M ™,,™ T«<„ncK;« Dr and Mrs P-inl Roark ar-H al 8 pm - 10 the Ma( 3 uon Township MM £ «* » i ? c ^School for farmers of that town- children of Peoria spent Sunday[ u: j here with his mother, Mrs. Nellej TPhe other session j, scheduled | Mr and Mrs. A. E. Mummerti Thursday at 8 pm " here in the| Miss Melba Rood, Ronnie How-Cherry St., Galesburg, has invited ard and Dick Griffith, students at 'members of the Sorosis Club to the University of Illinois, spent j meet at her home Thursday after- tho weekend here at their respec- noon at 2 o'clock, live homes. j Legion to Meet Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Chet McKlnley and 1 Regular meeting of the Ameri- Mrs. Helen Ray, Abingdon, and can Legion will be held Wednes- Mrs. Bertha Johnson, Cambridge, day evening at the Legion Hall at P U E $ Treated Without the Knife. No Burning. No Cutting, No Hospital No Loss of Time from Work. Rectal Ulcers, Flsurea, Fistula, Pruritus (Itching Piles), Prostatitis and Allied Rectal Diseases, healed by our Mild Infiltration Treatment. Stomach, Liver, Kidney, Bladder, Blood, Rupture and Vericose Veins by Non Surgical Treatment. DR. KNOWLES, M. D. NEXT VISIT— BROADVIEW HOTELS-THURSDAY, OCT. 15th Hours: Noon to 7:30 P. M. Write Or. Knowles at 229 S. Adams St., Peoria, Ul., for booklet. .- . - From extensive studies in game'^J' r „ 0 „„A ,„ r « t p.„,;. Hospital where she submitted toDennis of Galva. management, it has been found McGee ' and Wlfe in East Peona surgery, returned to her home; Mr. and Mrs. Max Klemm and t ] ia | [\ je grouadhog is a more val- daughter of Sandwich were callers ; ua hi e character than has been on friends in Galva Friday. Mr. sup posed in the past. Klemm formerly resided in Galva. Principally groundhogs are returned frdm Harrisburg wherej Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borg spent knnun fc, r the burrows they digl • ,,u1 m ' a ' ^ 1 " u, "," iei i : Auditorium of the county Farm they visited relatives for several Saturday night in Galva with her in tne ground. It has been discov-! and Mlss J ?y ce E le an° r ^ a S\e ofJBureau Building for Galesburg days and while there attended;father, Oscar Johnson, and other ered that these burrows provide Canton, called on Miss Eileen; Townsn j p f arrners . homecoming activities and re-relatives. They went on to Carth- cxcc i| en t hiding and nesting places Moore Sunday afternoon. | unions of their two high school age Sunday where they planned to f m - rabbits, and in order to pro- Mrs. Walter Kepple was taken j graduating classes. jremain overnight visiting at the mote t he' rabbit population, to the Saunders Hospital in Avon \r;, ]UjL n i Knoiville Briefs jhome of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil .groundhogs are now being pro-'Sunday by ambulance. |iiuniiuaic IIU-UUIB Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frew spent Alderman. They expected to leave tC[ .| ed by the state game code. So| Minnette Arter of GalesburgiTo Chamber Post the weekend with their daughter,iMontJay in company with Mr. and y, un ... Mrs. J. E. Reynolds, and Reynolds near Godfrey. Mrs. Dolly Woolsey returned from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Etha Cook in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Glenn Synionds and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bond and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Symonds' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Symonds. Mr. ar;d Mrs. Wendell Stamps and son, Douglas, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baxter in Peoria. Mr. Baxter was a former coach in Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Sam MaGlore and daughter, Julia, visited relatives in Ottumwa, Iowa, Saturday and Sunday. Delay Meeting A meeting of the Northwest Circle of the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. William Barber will be delayed until after the holding of funeral services lor John Montgomery. Veterinarians Hear Discussion of Feeder Lamb Disease Dr. Roger A. Grant of Wyoming, 111., spoke on "Disease Problems of Feeder Lambs" at a meeting of the Western Illinois Veterinary Association held at Club 19 Monday night. Dr. Grant was introduced by Dr. M. E. Clark of Monmouth. Following the talk there was a discussion of related problems. On the committee for the next meeting are Dr. R. B. Price of Monmouth and Dr. O. J. Miller of Kirkwood. The meeting will be held Dec. 14, and a Christmas party is planned. ters who have been killingjspent the weekend with Miss Leahj Harold F. Nichols, 1155 N. Prai two- ftroundhogs in the past now will j Hoffman. Opal Ross of Galesburg accompanied her son, Francis, and wife and children to Nauvoo Sunday. Mrs. Veronica Weber and son, Bill, of Peoria spent the weekend Mr. Mrs. James Sluyter for week vacation trip in the Ozarks., nave to change their ways. Because there has been so little cover for rabbits in the country, more and i.iore rabbits are seeking refuge in towns. Many of them are seen in all of the towns of this section of Illinois. As a result of the new policy on groundhogs, rabbits may find more homes rie St., president of the First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Co., has been nominated as vice president and a director of the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce, a United Press dispatch KLINCK Mortuary Knoxville, Illinois h»Jr, John Montgomery 224 W. North St. Monday, 12:35 p.m. at Cottage Hospital Services in memory of Mr. Montgomery will be conducted at the KLINCK CHAPEL WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON at 2:30 Friends may call at THE RESIDENCE this evening. Interment Knoxville City Cemetery. for themselves in weher they have the past. the country abounded in Paul Holmes Improves Paul Holmes, former Galesburg police chief, is recovering at the Cottage Hospital from an attack of illness Sunday afternoon which evoked an emergency police ambulance run. Mrs. Holmes stated today that her husband may be able to return soon to their home at 1035 Lincoln St. She indicated here with her sister, Miss Helen from Chicago reports. Carley. J The article states that the nom- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Knott were in'ination is tantamount to election Canton Monday to be with her sis-!Thursday at the chamber's 35th ter, Mrs. Clarence Hart of London'annual convention in Chicago. Mills, who was operated on at the Graham Hospital Tax Properties Sold Paul W. Clausen, Knox County tax collector, today sold three pieces of tax-delinquent real estate in a public sale in the courthouse with the assistance of George A. Larson, county clerk. Several other pieces will be offered for sale for delinquent taxes, the collector stated. Properties which Mr. Nichols will attend a dinner meeting Wednesday in Chicago, a session preliminary to the convention. He has served as a director for four years previously and one term as a vice president. I rnpnumeriTS i LACKY a SONS that his illness is not s stroke as;are not sold are claimed by the reported earlier by officials. Utate. J 150 w. MAIN - GALESBURG WEST Air-Conditioned Chapel FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 40 Yean 36 PUBLIC SQUARE Mrs. Alllo Park** 497 W. South St. Funeral: 2 P.M. — WEDNESDAY KIMBER k WEST CHAP«L Friends call at chapel this evening t

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