Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1953 · Page 23
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 14, 1953
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c. 24 TheiMlV Hegistfeif'MAil GalesbUfg, 111. Wednesday, October 14, 1953 Setiilfiar/? Seftjof Witt ! Supply Rio Church For Six4tonth Period RIO—At a special eongfegattoft- nl meeting held foltowlng th* chtiffih service m Saflda? fmsttitii Hefiry Stetinef, a senior at the Mc- Cbrmick Seminary in Chicago, was asked to supply the Rio Presbyter- Ian Church for six months beginning his services Oct. 15. Mr Stenner is a married man with a small son. The Rev. Mr. Osborn of Altoha moderated the meeting. Weekend guests at the Luther Peterson home were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holslod of Peoria. Mrs. M. A. Almgreen was a Sunday dinner guest. Mrs. Amos Wilmot and family of Galesburg spent Thursday at the home of her brother, Fred Pitman. John Wilmot remained for a visit until Sunday evening when he returned to his home. . Mrs, Turnnell and children of East Moline visited Thursday and Friday at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Wallace Flack. Mrs. Syril Hammer went to Urbana last Wednesday and Mrs Robert Gnmmage and children returned with her for a weekend visit. New Windsor Youth Group in Meeting NEW WINDSOR —Jere Keck was hostess to the Presbyterian Junior Missionary Society in her home Saturday afternoon when 12 girls attended. Judy Petrie was devotional leader and the flannei graph was given by Ruth Thomp son. The group discussed making doll clothes for girls in some children's home, and spent the afternoon working on their scrapbook. Joyce Sholl will be hostess at the Nov. 14 meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Calkins en tertained at a dinner Thursday evening honoring her parents, Mi. and Mrs. Eric Pearson of Ophiem, whose 24lh wedding anniversary was Oct. 4. Also Mrs. Pearson's birthday anniversary which was on Oct. 8. Also attending were Mrs. Jess Maddon and son of Moline. Mrs. Maddon is the former Betty Ann Pearson. Mrs. Rella Peterson spent Sunday afternoon with her grandson, Lonnie Thayer, who was observ ing his seventh birthday anniversary at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thayer at Altona. Seventeen members of the Presbyterian Church attended the last in a series of Youth Fellowship meetinags at Edgington on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and family of Moline were Sunday visitors in the home of his father Albin Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peterson of Henderson Grove, Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Humes, and granddaughter Janice Humes of North Henderson spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peterson. Fairview FAIRVIEW — The Worrell family had a family gathering Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Worrell near Knoxville. Mrs. B. J. Lindstrom, son, Billie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and daughter, Barbara Lynn, were callers in Carthage Sunday after|noon. The Philathea Class of the Re- THE PLEASANT HATTER—At the right, Mrs. Gordon Thompson, instructor in millinery in the adult school in Galesburg High School, demonstrates procedures involved in hat design to Miss Alta Youngblood, left, and Darlene Howard, center. Millinery is but one of 30 classes that are offered adults of this area through the new adult education program which gets under way next Monday night in the high school building. Several of the offered courses of instruction have reached maximum enrollments and are now closed. Students are still being accepted in household mechanics, furniture refinishing, printing, beginning and advanced photography, arts and crafts, exploratory art, hand painting of china, general wood shop, ceramics, law for the layman, safe driving, current events discussion, spoken Spanish, film forum, obedience training for dogs, gym and swimming for women, swimming for men, singing for fun, office machines, refresher course in Gregg shorthand, beginning typing, public relations for store employes, leadership training, job instruction training. Biggsville Woman Arrives in Italy To Be With Husband BIGGSVILLE —Mrs. Robert L. Price and son, Paul, who recently sailed for Italy, arrived at Leghorn on Sept. 28 where they joined their husband and father, Lt. Robert L. Price. They expect to be in Italy about three years. Address of Lt. Price is Depot Operations Division, 7617 SVC Company, Support Command, APO 19, c-o Postmaster, New York, N.Y. The Pendarvis Unit of the Home Bureau will meet in the home of, _„ Mrs. Verle David Thursday eve-Milroy and Roy Weir. ning with Mrs. Wayne Griffitts assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Dauma of Little York and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chambers and Jack spent Sunday with relatives at Gorin, Mo. Mrs. Lee Cochran, Gary and Cathy, spent the weekend with hei sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs Robert Kennicult, and family at Moline. Mr. Cochran joined them on Sunday and all attended church services there returning home that evening. The Fortnightly Pinochle Club met with Mrs. Eliza Barry at Abingdon Friday evening. Prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Mark (formed Church held a pottock sup- 'per in the home of Mrs. Geraldine Schleich Tuesday evening. Assisting were Mrs. Robert Hartstern, Mrs. Jacob Lindstrom and Mrs. Burton White. A chicken supper will be held Thursday evening in the chapel. | When steel is rolled to make it thinner it spreads only in the direction in which it is rolled. Yates City Club [Holds Picnic at Maquon YATES CITY - The Friendly Neighb6rs Club of Vates City and itheir families held a picnic Sunday at the Maquon park. On Nov. 6 the club will travel to Peoria and Morton for a sightseeing tour. READ THE WANT ADS |'|» |M i |'U I 1 I 'Ml 'I T I 1 I'l'I'I'M I Jack s oh the Square J (ft • -J* a V) :* a -> it New! THERMO BOOT $ 87 Scientifically Designed to Hold Warmth Like a . . . THERMOS BOTTLE! Originally Designed For U. S. Armed (Arctic) Forces SMARTLY RESTYLED FOR CIVILIANS In Warm Eye Appealing Colors. • FOR THE HUNTER FOR FISHERMAN • FOR THE OUTDOOR WORMAN Jack's Supply Store LOCATED NORTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE. More for Your Dollar • i. i . i. i i i . i. i . i. i . i. i. i. i . i. i if £ m o ID 01 0) A T Smithshire Boys Tour Twain Area SMITHSHIRE — Eight of the large room boys went on a history trip to Hannibal, Mo., Thursday to visit the Mark Twain historical places. Those going were Bobby Powell, Joe Skoggs, Roger Hilten, Edlou Johnson, Terry Edwards, Melvin Munson and Richard Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCollun entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pacey and son, Ronnie, of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCollum and children, Bill and Jean Ellen and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCollum and sons, Bobbie and Pete. The Rev. F. E. Rathkamp has been quite ill the last few days with the flu. He was unable to fill the pulpit Sunday morning so the Rev. Mr. Madden of Stronghurst substituted for him. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Romano of Joliet spent the weekend at 1 her brothers, Kyle Hilten. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walters and sons, Bobb'e and Michael, of Buffalo, N. Y., spent the weekend at the Kenneth Crookham home. They visited with her grandfather, Charles Salter. They were on their way home from New Mexico. Little York LITTLE YORK — Mrs. Glenn Freeman and Stevie of Abingdon spent Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bellinger. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brownlee have returned home from Sparta where they attended the state synod. Janet Anderson of Galesburg has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBride. Mrs. Wayne Darrah, who has been visiting relatives in Indianapolis, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seaton en tertained Thursday in honor of Howard Seaton's birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sea ton and Jean Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller of Fairview spent Friday with Mr and Mrs. Glenn Jackson. Mrs. Bertha Bennett of San Jose, Calif., Mrs. Jennie Kindheart of Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Biansett of Roseville spent several days with Mr. and Mrs Lyle Biansett. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Splinter, who had gone to New York on a visit, returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Seaton Thursday tor a visit. THE GREATEST WORLD'S ONLY lift VIRTICALVAIVI VO N o doubt about it—as thousands of prideful owners will tell you. When you press the pedal of a 1953 Buick with Dynaflow, you move. 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