Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1953 · Page 19
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Seniors at Abingdon Frolic Through Class Play at Gym The Daily Register-Mall, Galesburg, Hi. Friday, October 16», 1183 1ft ^trr OUR WAY By Williams ABINGDON - The large audience attending the Abingdon senior class play production, "Mister- Co-ed," were truly entertained on Wednesday evening at the high school gym. The play itself was an excellent vehicle for a high school group with a lively plot, fast moving and humorous. Mrs. Max Wcnzclmann deserves credit for the fine casting and training of the group of 16 characters. Chuck Robcrson as Homer Quackcnbtish carried the humor throughout and his character interpretation was excellent. Also a character role, that of Harry Durbin as Gilbert Glycr, the English poet, would be difficult to improve in portrayal. The juvenile roles handled so ably by Ronnie Mack as the dashing grandson from the West, Marilyn VanderWcrt as the heroine, and the supporting cast of Phyllis Martin, Barbara Brownson, Helen Burkhaller, Doris Allen, Jackie Button, Jo Ann Swanson and Pat Bond, coupled with the lovely collegiate and Western costuming in the Cedar Hill College setting made for an entertaining evening Vida Tatum, the wealthy grand mother, Denny Ahlert as the businessman, and Marie Wallis as the head of the school gave excellent performances. Completing t h e well-rounded cast were Roselyn VanderWcrt and Nancy Moore with splendid portrayals of physical education and poetry teachers at Cedar Hill. List Drive Winners At the close of the "Red Heart Tag Day" held Saturday by the aid Volunteers of America to destitute mothers with children in'opens study group, care of the organization in this;World May Know Church Recruiting and Training Its Workers." Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.; evangelistic service, 7 p. m., sermon topic, "The Prison Keeper, The Jailer." First Congregational Ralphe A. Harris, minister. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Clifford Pence, superintendent. Classes for ail ages. Worship service, 11 a.m. Subject "Dynamic Christianity." All members and their friends arc invited to join in a potluck supper at 6 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Percy Tibbels of Rapid City, S. D., an Indian by birth, will tell of. her work as a social worker among the Indians. The Rev. Edward Heincgar, chairman of promotion work, will also be present. There will be movies for the children during this program. The Cong Cosita Class will present a Mexican Fiesta this Saturday at (5:30 p.m. Mrs. Martha Zocki and two friends from Chicago will entertain in Mexican style and costume. Youth choir practice Thursday at 7 p.m. Senior choir practice Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Pilgrim Fellowship Thursday at 7:30 p.m. First Methodist Robert A. Evans, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 10:55 a.m. Laymen's Day service, Dr. George Oborn, Illinois Weslcyan University, Bloominglon, speaker. College counseling period, 2 p.m., with Dr. Oborn and Weslcyan students for high school students who are asking, "How Can I Go to College?" Methodist Youth Fellowship delegation goes to District Youth Rally at Monmouth, 3:30 p.m. Thursday, 9:30 a.m., Wom- in's Society of Christian Service "That the Galva Scouts Hold Board of Review in Armory Meeting state, Mrs. Talmadge Wimer, who had charge of this affair, reports that Nick Russo was entitled to the first prize having secured $24.05. -The second prize was won by Susan Bulkcley who had $13.G3. The third prize winner, Kathy All Souls Catholic Sunday Mass schedule, 8 and 9 ja.m. First Assembly of God C. D. Coborn, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Morning worship, 10:30 a.m. Christ . Morton, had $11.61. Fourth was! Ambassadors (Young People), . G ;Hcrbie Smith, Neil Pobaru.Leo Ruth Ann Thompson; fifth, Beltyjp.m. Evangelistic service, 7:30,tollinson and Charles *orrest Lewis; sixth, Georgia Meadows,jp.m. Wednesday Bible Study, GALVA — Fifteen were present for the Board of Review held in connection with the regular meeting of Boy Scouts Thursday night in the Armory. Two Star Scouts, two first class and four second class scouts were examined. After the necessary papers are checked at the office of Prairie Council of Boy Scouts, it is expected that a Court of Honor will be helfl. Dale will be announced within the next week. Seven Scouts were in Kewanee Tuesday night when they attended a meeting of Leaders and Explorers held in First Methodist Church. Those attending were: Scoutmaster Gordon Collinson, Gene Mugrage, Jim Collinson, and seventh, Ann Bowman. The other workers, Carolyn Fey, Shirley Links, Joyce Coats, Del- 7:30 p. m. Abingdon Personals Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shinn and mar Quinn, Bobby Meadows, Lo daughter, Phyllis, of Galesburg Ann Bush and Judy Cox, were and Mr. and Mrs. Oris England made happy with movie passes Home From Service Ramon Fleisher, FN, arrived home on Tuesday from Boston Naval Yards where he received his discharge after IVt years of service. Ramon was serving his second time in the Navy. He flew home and was met at the Peoria Airport by his wife. Catherine Lagnese of the Maple Grove Unit of Home Bureau has tickets for the annual day to be held Oct. 27. Get tickets before Oct. 23. Wiener Roast Held There were 14 present Monday evening at the Abingdon Business and Professional Women's Club wiener roast held at the City Park Larry Lankford was a guest. Miss- Mary Sabetti was in charge of arrangements as chairman of Business Women's Week. Moving Mrs. Janice Thornton and son, Terry, are moving this week to an apartment in the Sand apartment house on West Adams Street. Hurt in Fall Arisen Meadows had the misfortune to fall from a ladder while painting at the home of Forrest Brown Thursday afternoon and was taken to St. Mary's Hospital where his splintered hip or pelvic bone received immediate attention. Coffee Club Meets The first of the W. S. C. S. Coffee Club hours was held on Thursday morning at the Methodist Church with 22 present. Mrs. Robert Evans, leader of the group, is using the theme "That The World May Know," and her highly successful study group of last year has drawn many interested members again this year. Everyone who enjoys a good time and good fellowship Is invited. Mrs. MacDonald Verner and Mrs. R. B. Eyre were hostesses on Thursday. To Church Services Members of the Abingdon Junior Woman's Club will attend the Methodist Church morning worship service on Sunday. Church of God of Prophecy Millard Ledford, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Revival services at 7 o'clock nightly, this week. Everyone is welcome. The church will hold a bake sale Saturday at the Ken Ray Electric Shop beginning at 9 a. m. St. Augustine Christian Kenneth Bennett, minister. Bible School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 a.m. Service sermon topic "The 1200 Men's Handkerchiefs PURE IRISH LINEN Vi Inch Hemstitched. Big 18x18 Size A REAL BARGAIN! 5 Doz. Box Doz. $2.99 1 Doz. Box Doz. $3.29 3 Only for $1.00 In order to make this Exciting Savings ... we had to buy 100 dozen. CHRISTMAS SHOP NOW AND SAVEl Shsnks and daughter, Kathleen, of Knox ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shinn. Mi 1 , and Mrs. D. D. DeForest of Galesburg were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shinn. Outside Churches Woodhull St. John's Catholic The Rev. W. V. Carey, pastor Mass of 8:30, second and fourth Sundays; at 10:15, first, third and fifth Sundays. The Methodist Parish Robert W. McWilliams, pastor Woodhull — Sunday school, 10. Junior worship, 10:50 and morning worship, 11. Clover Chapel — Worship, 9:30. Sunday school, 10:30. Woodhull Bethany Lutheran M. Arthur Johnson, vice pastor; F. E. Anderson, pastor emeritus. Sunday school, 9:30. Worship service, 10:45 and noting Brotherhood Sunday. Ladies of church have been invited to a tea at First Lutheran at Monmouth, Thursday, Oct. 22. Woodhull Presbyterian Lawrence Thompson, pastor Morning worship, 9:30, with sermon: "The Comfusing Convictions of Christians." Sunday school, 10:30. Laymen of Rock River Presbytery meet at Sterling at 3:30 when Dr. Roland D. Driscoll, Chicago, will speak. Sunday school staff meets Tuesday at 7 with Mrs. William Gamel. Film strip will be shown. Rock River Presby- terial at Norwood Wednesday at 10. Reservations made with Mrs. William Gamel or Mrs. Harry Whito. Joint meeting, elders, trustees, treasurer and financial secretary, Wednesday at 7:30 at New Windsor. Dependon Class meets Oct. 28 at.home of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Malcolm. Church night supper, Oct. 29. Manufacturers See Red Viewing Abacus VANCOUVER m-A bookkeeper in a West Vancouver business house has a simple adding device which is not conducive to gaining the favor of the adding machine salesman. In fact, Woldemar Janz showed recently that the modern adding machine is no match for his ancient Russian abacus, which consists of seven horizontal rows of 10 beads. With the aid of his manual calculator, Janz defeated an adding machine in a straight test for speed and accuracy. At one time Janz used his abacus to compute the payroll for 600 employes in a west coast logging camp. The Lynn Valley resident says his Russian abacus, which is much simpler than the more famous Chinese abacus, "requires almost no mental effort." In fact, he says: "Anyone with common sense can quickly learn to use it. Speed can be attained very quickly." NEW SWEATERS Ladies' sweaters in all sizes 32 to 46. Orion*, Nylons, Wools and fine Cottons. New Colors NiW low PRicesi SHANKS LADIES' WEAR A meeting was announced for Nov. 10, to be held in the Baptist Church in Kewanee when all scouts will be invited to attend. Mizpah Class Mizpah Class of First Methodist Church held a regular meeting on Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Thirty-six were present. Mrs. Susie Jones, president, was in charge of the business mcetirfg. Mrs. Isaac Litton led devotional service. A poem "The Dogwood Tree," was read by Mrs. Edith Morris. The afternoon was spent tying two comforters. Mrs. Edith Sweat served as hostess for the meeting. Mrs. Henry Sweat was chairman of the charge and was assisted by Mrs. Bertha Pierson and Mrs. Cora Garrigan. Next meeting of the class will be Thursday, Nov. 19, when Mrs. Esther Osbloom will be hostes. Secure Speaker Announcement was made at the meeting of the executive committee of Galva Centennial Committee, that arrangements had been completed for securing Dr. William H. Alexander, of Oklahoma City, as headline speaker. He will appear on the Sunday afternoon program of the Centennial observance. Born in Shelbyville, Mo., Dr. Alexander was raised in St. Louis where his father was pastor of the Second Christian Church for 26 years. "Bill" Alexander received most of his education in St. Louis, later receiving degrees from University of Missouri, Phillips University Enid, Okla.; the University of Tulsa and the University of Chicago. Pastorates at Stroud and Bristow, Okla., and ' Los Angeles, before coming to Oklahoma City, followed his school years. In 1950 he was defeated for the U. S. Senate by Robert Kerr but polled more votes than any other Republican candidate since state hood. In 1952 he was chaplain at the national Republican conven- vention. Revival Continues The revival will continue at the Galva Assembly of God with evangelists Harry and Verna Mae Hodge of Springfield. Each evening this young couple is presenting the message in music and in sermon. A novel program is in store for the Sunday school hour at the church next Sunday. "Mr. Sunday School" will undergo an emergency operation during the Sunday School hour at 9:45 in an effort to discover the causes of the illness. The Sunday evening message will be on the topic, "What Lies Ahead?" A cordial invitation has been extended to the public to attend the services at the Assembly of God Church located oh highway 34. Services start promptly at 7:45 each evening with the exception of Monday. Plan Chili Supper F.H.A. girls are holding a chili supper Wednesday at Galva High School. Serving will start at 5:30 and continue until 8 o'clock. The advance sale of tickets is in charge of the Sophomores. Getting Better Condition of Dale Nelson, polio patient at Forest Park home in Peoria, is reported to be showing improvement. He is able to sit up for short periods and will soon be able to be up in a wheel chair. Inspects at School Miss Lemmon, of the state Department of Vocational Education, Home Economics division, was a caller in Galva High School Thursday when she visited the classes of Mrs. Carl E. Whitebouse and Miss Anna Jane Sheckler. This is the annual inspection visit by the state department. Shower Held Miss Dorothy Rosenberg was honored at a party Wednesday eve­ ning when Mrs. H. M. Robertson entertained at linen shower in her home. The evening was spent socially and in writing notes to the prospective groom which were later read. The bride-to-be opened her gifts at a table, centered with an arrangement of yellow and white chrysantheumums. The chosen colors of copper, turquoise and yellow were carried out in the appointments of the serving table with copper service used and the flower centerpiece in yellow. Mrs. Harold Exline poured coffee and Mrs. Carl E. Whitehouse served the frozen dessert. Guests included Miss Dorothy Rosenberg, Mrs. Elmer F. Rosenberg, Mrs. Russell Everett, Mrs. Ronald Holt, Mrs. Richard Edwards, Mrs. T. F. McNeill, Mrs.- Leland Everett, Miss Rosemary Hoogerwerf, Mrs. Harold Exline, Miss Thelma Davis, Mrs. F. B. Nash, Miss Grace Diehl, Miss Mildred Lapan, Miss Zelma Peart and Mrs. Carl E. Whitehouse. The marriage of Miss Dorothy Rosenberg and Keith Everett will be an event of Oct. 25 at 3 p. m. in St. Peter's Evangelical Church in Kewanee. Set Ordination Several Galvans were in Peoria Thursday attending the fall Fine 24 Tardy Motor Owners In Knoxville Wheel Tax Drive DEATHS AND FUNERALS Clarence U. lines Word has been received here of the death of Clarence R. Imes of KNOXVILLE* — More than 700 gion, New Post Office Building,'Macomb. Mr. Imes was well motor vehicle slickers have becn!^ mf -' a 8o 7, III. not later than ncxt^nown in Galesburg and was very j a _.._,i tn „•.,„ ,„ i)U „„,„ „j'JJan. J3. Full information and ap-,active in Masonic circles. His issued in lhi.s cily, with only nmej , |calJong car(Js bc obtaincd death occurred Thursday morning more automobile and truck ownersj at tnc p0 st office. land the funeral services will be listed as not having made their purchases. Newcomers to Knoxville are reminded to buy slickers. Heerde Child Hurt Iheld at the Clugslon Funeral Jane Heerde, daughter of for-:Home, Macomb, Saturday at 2 p. theirjmer Coach and Mrs. William m Heerde of Knoxville, and who now C. EDWARD ARNOLD Word has been received here of the death of Charles Edward Arnold, formerly of Galesburg. -Mr. Arnold died Wednesday in Tulsa. Okla., where funeral services and burial will take place. A sister, Mrs. Emily Wade, resides in Galei« burg. MISS MARGARET BARRY Funeral services for Miss Margaret (Midge) Barry, 70, of Peoria The 1952 vehicle license cxpiral'residc in Macomb, had both legs"- VV. HOFFMAN anf ] formerly of Galesburg, who Aug. 1 and owners of cars and broken Thursday when struck by W. Hoffman, 78, former C. t ]j C( ] Tuesday, were conducted to- trucks were given 30 days in;an auto. The child, who is ob-: fB - & Q- Railroad engineer, died ,.] a y a j g :3 o arn , j n Corpus Chrlsli which to buy their stickers. Since:serving her fourth birthday today, Thursday at his home at 227Vi church. The Rev. A. Curran was Sept. 1, when the time expired, 24 is a patient in St. Francis Hospi-,T wc ' ftn St., Rock Island. He bc- co i erjran t 0 f the Requiem Mass, arrests were made, according to ajtal in Macomb. ilonged to Alpha Lodge, A.F.& A. wUh responscs by tnc church report received from Roscoc First Presbyterian Church |M- and to Murga Grot "-.^ choir. Burial was in St. Joseph 's Brown, chairman of the city's po- E. Frank Cody, minister ; Galesburg Masonic organizations. Cempfpry lice committee. I Sunday, Oct. 18, will bc lay- '.J"™"' *f r , vlc f w l n £ hel(] , at Pallbcarers were Joseph M. Money derived from the tax is!man's Sunday at the First Pres.: 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Knox 'Me- ' ™ are [ 3 „ cnollmati M T ville that were not listed for im-;.^. „ CnrJsr< . Ca „ to Men „ He First Methodist Church of Rockj SIavcn and * rank Laule Jr will be assisted by Ruling Elders;island will officiate. Masonic rites' WALTER DcWOLFE VICTORIA — Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon in the Methodist Church for Walter DeWolfe, 71, who died Sunday. The Rev. Donald Caspers officiated. Songs were by Mrs. Cecile Crce and Mrs. Ethelyn Sornberger. Pallbearers, all nephews of the deceased, were Clair Jordan, Du- anc Jordan, Roy DeWolfe, Vernon DeWolfe, Bob Friend and Don Gar-' rison. provcmenl from gas tax funds. Stickers may be obtained irom. Erjck , Iale and Kenneth Cccl | ( as'also will be conducted. Burial will; well as by Howard Smith and Ken- be in Rock Island Memorial Park or either Mayor Clarence Moore City Clerk Jack Manual. Attend Meetings Approximately 75 women from ncth Wright. Cemetery. The Rev. and Mrs. E. Frank! ,. „ ., .. , ... . , . .. Cody will hold "open house" at! the Methodist Church met in thejthe Manse. 206 W. North St., from homes of members Wednesday aft-j 2: ?,o till 5:30 p.m. and from 6:30 ernoon, assembling for their Octo-ftill 9 p.m. to which all members ber Circle meetings. There were land friends of the church have four group gatherings, the women been invited. asscmblying for brief devotional j periods, programs and social I h °Membcrs of the Southeast CirclejSJlOW FlllllS tO met in the home of Mrs. Gilbert: Unger, where Mrs. John Pickrel was an assistant hostess. Mrs. Clyde McBcth gave the devotional and Mrs. Kenneth Witherell was in charge of the program jPTA Meeting which included a skit presented} \ f r£ llchflP 11 by Mrs. Harold Wilt, Miss Flora A#UOllIIVJ.J. Wharton and Mrs. McBeth. Mrs. Wilbur Kir-kendall and her; Jury Studies Stephenson Testimony WASHINGTON (UP) — The Justice Department May ordered JJOHN MONTGOMERY a grand jury to investigate wheTn -l Funeral se ™l es for Joh . nln ?i onl ; ,„ , „. , , igomery, well known resident of er Warren L. Stephenson, former; K noxville, were held Wednesday secretary of President: afte rnoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Eisenhowers inaugural commit-; K]inck chap el j n Knoxville with tee, committed perjury during a; the Rev E Frank Cody of the congressional hearing. , Presb yterian Church in charge. He Stephenson gave testimony last j was ass j ste d by the Rev. John - „ . . .,„ BljSHNELL - Mrs. Eugene ices Subcommittee. In his testi-j" A i va Gehrins and the Rev Mr daughter Mrs Gene Terry, had,Meyers presided at the business mony, Stephenson admitted he of-' rl arke sane Pallbearefs were the Northeast women as their; mecting of lhe East side p.T.A. fcred to obtain a better contract iVItn Vksfrom Dw eht Goff Rol- ^t^t ;r ^S n buS^n3! g ood attendance and there was*—s£T ^ * * ^^^^^^ missions. Mrs. Thomas Penning-,singing by the Mother Singers. A] Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr. tne Anoxviue cemetery, ton gave the devotional and Mrs.;report on the district meeting held ordered the FBI last month to 1 -,.. M nicnni? RAI nwtv " Leo Scott was in charge of the;at Lewistown on Oct. 1 was given make a full scale investigation into ^ VIFTAWVA r ^Ii c „™;,», program. by Mrs. Vera Geer. Mrs. Jack Stephenson's activities to deter- : . ? Q ^ W ^„~ / a E ?f who Methodist women residing in Hcnsley showed a film of her par-imine if the government employe, , J jlJ,,» rfw"° the Southeast section met in thcients' trip to Alaska. Refreshments was involved was found dead about noon Thurs ' home of Mrs. Russell Houston, were served by the seventh grade The department said where Mrs. C. L. Dunbar was an mothers. ; investigation "is still going for- assistant hostess. After routine; Son Born ward." But it said its officials business was transacted, Mrs. Orlo A son was born Wednesday to decided "it should have immediate; Ericson gave the devotional and Mrs - Mary Helen Easterly, widow grand jury consideration of wheth-i the program was presented by.°J Charles Easterly, at the Saun- er there was perjury." Mrs. Edwin Griffith. i de, £ fcH JT! al in ^ K*^ weighed 7Va pounds and has been' named Charles Milford Easterly. Ham Barber Mrs Cora Lacy.j The W^^TTI. in th president called the meeting to cha of Mfs miliam Craycrafti* order and Mrs. Retta Steele gaye: and Mrs Noel Herron ser £ ed ajk the devotional. During the social; penny supper Wednesday evening! r, , hour an original poem was readj at ^ p res byterian Church, andSpttlt^iTIPllt to Mrs. Barber entitled "This is; c i eare d $129. lUClUClllClll My House and My Home," while! UNA Meeting j UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. «•) she opened gifts brought to herj Mrs. Dennis Reardon presided;Russia warned the Big Threej g . . t daughters summer to a House Armed Serv- iH clarke 0 f theMethodist Church ices Subcommittee. In his ' " on meeting of Central West Association of Congregational - Christian Churches held in Peoria Heights Church. Those attending were Mrs. Blanche McClintock, Miss Blanche Dunbar, Miss Olive Creep, Mrs. Fred Dukey and the Rev. and Mrs. Arthur R. Koch. Mrs. Dukey was appointed chairman of the resolutions committee for the day and the Rev. Mr. Koch was in charge of the closing meditation for the meeting. * The regular association meeting closed at 2:15 and reconvened as an Ecclesiastical Council to examine the Rev. Arthur Wolfgarth of Galesburg as to his fitness for ordination in the Christian ministry. The council unanimously accepted him and the service of ordination has been set for Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock in the East Main Street Congregational Church of Galesburg. The spring association meeting of Central West will be held in Peoria First Federated Church in April. Dates will be announced later. PTA Meeting "Teaching Handicapped and Retarded Children" will be the subject of discussion at the meeting of Parent-Teacher Association next Wednesday night in the F. U. White School when Mrs. A. R. Koch will lead the discussion. Seventh and eighth grade mothers will be hostesses with Mrs. Russell Alderman, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Theodore Sweat, Mrs. Marion Dunbar, and Mrs. Leonard G. Peterson. End Grading Period Today marks the end of the first grading period in Galva schools. The second grading period extends to Thanksgiving vacation, November 26-28. Club Meets Mrs. Earl Nelson was hostess to members of the Happy-Go-Lucky Club in her home Thursday afternoon. Sixteen were present. Mrs. Hilda Schultz was in charge of entertainment. Refresh m e n t s were served by the hostess Mrs. Virtus L. Anderson will be hostess to the next meeting Nov. 19 when Mrs. Earl Nelson will be in charge of entertainment. Have Guests Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robertson of Petersburg were weekend call ers at the home ot Mr. and Mrs H. M. Robertson, in Galva. The two families went to Aurora on Saturday where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sten Halfvarsen and children. meeting in the home of Mrs. Wil- Reds Demand Say in Trieste thp day at his home east of Oquawka, e rm wiH be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Oquawka Presbyterian Church with burial in the Oquawka Cemetery. Friends may call at the Sederwall Funeral Home in Biggsville. Mr. Baldwin had been dead at least a day when found by his neighbor, Durbin Shell. There will be no inquest. Death was due to a heart condition. Mr. Baldwin was born at Milton, Ind., Aug. 14, 1876. Since he was 5 he had lived in the Oquawka area. He married Miss Emma iBailey in 1902 and she died in 1920. by the women for her new home.; a t a meeting of the Royal Neigh-iThursdav night that she"will tol- Mrs. Lee Turner read from the bors Lodge held in the V.F.W. Halllerate no decision on disputed Trv study book, "The Rock Thaton Wednesday evenng. There;este unless the Soviets have a hand Moved." iwere 21 members present and fivejin it. Mrs. Fred Dalton assisted Mrs.(candidates were initiated. j Soviet Delegate Andrei Vishin- Barber when refreshments were served. Returns From Trip Mr. and Mrs. E. R..Ferris have'to Miss Corda McNaughton. |the council try again to set up,- . .... returned from a trip to the Ozarks.) Refreshments were served by; a n international administration forigranacnuaren. They made a visit through the^he hostesses, Mrs. Jerry Breen both zones of the Adriatic territory "Shephard of Hills" country," Ar-! of Macomb and Mrs. Ed Lambert!and give it independence, kansas and Southern Illinois. Mr.l , Legion Meets i The warning obviously was Mrs George Street of Fair-! Tne American Legion and Aux- 1 aimed at the American, British iliary met in the Legion Hall.and French foreign and Mrs. George view accompanied Mr Ferris on their trip. Visitors Return Home Charles Saylor, who tendance Mrs. Gladys Pugh pre-j explosive Trieste issue high on Mrs. Charles Saylor, who haS i^ded Plans were discussed for a; their agenda, been visiting for a week at.theJS*J £ s fc, S u U ?ft erM and , ngene J al 1 In Belgrade and Trieste city, home of Mrs. Dora Maley, leftiJK ? • * 5? h ? ld ^ ^ w / hen ^'cnes of demonstrations and vio- to her home in Glendale Calif. | The president and five delegates 1 vishinskv declared his govern Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saylor of 0 f here altpndprf th*> raravan ' vl ; mnsK > oeciarea nis govern- Altona were visitors Snnrtnv at th^L Vo J- M , j? . va " meet :;ment would not countenance any Aiiona were visitors fcunaay at tneung at Blandinsville Sept. 26, and;"unilateral" action on TripstP home of their aunt, Mrs. Maley, |a report was given by Mrs. Rex reTchecI by the UnUed States Brit and attended services at the Meth-|Lomax. Mrs. Glenn Lovell, mem -iai! Italy and^Soslava ' odist Church. Mrs. Albert Saylorjbership chairman, reported two! Elbow Benders Get "Crocked" on Crock TOLEDO, Ohio WPl — Are you one of those uninformed persons who raises a glass and says "Skold"? Well, Capt. K. Vadum of Norway, skipper of a freighter Grindesjell which is touring the Great Lakes, says you might as well say "Glass." It'd be the same thing. "Skold" is the Norwegian word for a big wooden bowl from which ancient Vikings once drank, saying "Skold" as they lifted it. So, the next time you drink from a crock, for instance, be accurate, say "Crock" If your drinking partner doesn't figure you're calling him a "crock," he'll doubtless be impressed. Mrs. Mary Andrew of Illiopolis and Mrs. Esther Gilbraith ol Richland, Wash.; two sisters, . Mrs. Lena Streets and Mrs. Ida Gor- two brothers, Following the meeting, a game sky issued the challenge before the ^ was played and favor in high went Mi-nation U. N. Security Council fe" SSS ^tISu&- ^ to Miss Fannie Goakes, and low deliberating a Russian request thatj' Lewls Baldwin of Monmoutn, nine igrandcildren and several great- and Mrs. Wednesday evening with a good at-;meeting in London today with the THOMAS M. KILLEEN Thomas M. "Tom" Killeen, 71, of 641 West South St., died today ministers!at 5:30 a.m. in St. Mary's Hospital. and daughter, Mrs. Ernie Orwig and four children, were callers at the home of Mrs. Maley in the afternoon. Christian Church Sunday School, 9:45; church service, 10:50, the Rev. Adrain Mc Kay, pastor. Charles Beagle HI Charles Beagle* plumber at the Gehring Hardware Store, was stricken with illness Thursday members above the 100 per cent, i Plans were made for a chili sup-!T C*g\%T £*wnf\v per in the near future. Mrs. Pugh|lOWd ijrOVeiUOl served refreshments. Hold Practice The Assembly for Rainbow Girls held a special meeting Wednesday evening to practice for the meeting next Wednesday when the grand worthy adviser, Thelma! DES MOINES, Iowa (UP)—The Young, will make her official visit. Republican governor of the na C C Club Meets ition's No. 1 farm state proposed entertained;today that the government subsi Offers Food Subsidy Plan • — i j. „ J K«A « ! Mrs. Scth AdaniS tmu» imm-u iuuay mai me KUVC TJ?^* £ C «L?e HosSi members of the C C Club Thurs-jdize"consumption of surplus foods removed to Cottage Hosp al day afternoon . The re were two bv low-income groups and keep where he is reported to be. quite lguestSi Mrs> Rulh Now ers and heriprice supports high for farmers. ill Methodist Church Death was due to a heart condition and he was hospitalized after having suffered an attack Wednesday night. v Mr. Killeen, the last of a family of three brothers and two sisters, was born in Galesburg April 20, 1882, attended St. Joseph's Academy and was a lifelong resident of the city. His marriage to Ann Mangan took place Sept. 23, 1914, in Corpus Christi Church, with the Rev. George Doubleday officiating. Employed more than 45 years as a switchman on the Burlington Railroad, Mr. Killeen retired from this work in 1947. Although having no family of his own, he assisted in a material way in the raising and education of a number of nieces and nephews. He was a member of Corpus Christi Church, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and of Galesburg Council 556, Knights of Columbus. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 9 a.m. in Corpus Christi Church and burial will be in St Joseph's Cemetery. Friends sister, Mrs. Graham. The after-; iowa Governor William . ... . noon was spent socially and the Beardslev of Iowa called forlmay call Saturday and Sunday at There will be baptismal of in-hostess served refreshments. Next •'affirmative action of the farmjthe Foley Mortuary, where the meeting in two weeks will be with'front," in a statement prepared fori Rosary will be recited Sunday at fants and reception of new mem bers during the service Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the Methodist Church. Sunday school at 9:45, the Rey. John H. Clarke pastor. Supper In DeLong Women of the church at DeLong are making plans for their annual Mrs. William Bailey Women's League Women's League of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday in a televised hearing of the House Agriculture Committee. The Republican-controlled committee is touring the politically chicken-pie supper and bazaar, togram, a book review on "Daugh the lounge at the church. Mrs.jimportant Midwest farm belt in Leroy Norcross presided, and Miss:the wake of a sharp farm price Ora Cox gave the worship service.jdecline to get "grass roots" views Mrs. James Walton gave the pro| on the role the government should take place next Tuesday night atjter of Dorcas." Christian Church V.F.W. Reception Hall. Elwood Beeman, minister Worship and Bible School, 10. play in propping farm income. "We cannot go on half - boom, half-bust," Beardsley said. Farm purchasing power has declined for more than 30 months he Communion, 9.'said, and if this is allowed to con- Evening service, ! tinue the decline will spread Biblejthrough the entire economy, home. 5:45 to 6:30. Wednesday Study, 8, in Joe Combites' This Saturday, work day at church building. Bushnell Personals n . Mr. and Mrs. Robert HomerUll Al 'Iliy I'rojectUes Arsenal Tests Impact spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Northrup near Lake Storey the church. Serving will start at 5:30 o'clock and proceeds will be used to benefit the church. Nervals Had Guests Clifford Goold of Hoopeston and the Misses Lottie and Mary Goold of Yates City were guests Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Norval. Presbyterian Church Sunday School, 10; church service, 11, the Rev. E. Frank Cody, pastor. Hospital Patient Mrs. Billie Peterson, who has been ill at Cottage Hospital following an operation, was reported some improved Thursday. Mrs. Mary Mowrey is a patient in Cottage Hospital recovering from an operation (visiting her mother, Mrs. Jennie j ure resulted In the best way to n; n c • fc "™ S .- , A 1 !?' orth - J T „ „ measure the strain and impact op Civil Service examinations for| Mr. and Mrs. James McDill are'the shell probational appointments to posi- spending the weekend in Wauke- tions of substitute clerk and sub-|gan with their son, George McDill, WATERTOWN, Mass. GR- Army's Watertown Arsenal Their granddaughter, Jacquelinejiieves in doing things backward to Dee, accompanied them home for a visit. Mrs. B. G. Clarke, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Harry Doner, and husband, has returned to her home in Chicago. Mrs. E. R. Higbee of Peoria is get results For example, it produces better guns by firing armor plate at projectiles. Col. Benjamin S. Mesick, the commanding officer, explained that reversing the normal proced- 8 p.m. Funeral services: 9 A.M. — MONDAY Corpus Christi Church Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Saturday and Sunday, where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Sunday. stitute carrier for the Knoxville Post Office have been announced. Applicants must reside in Knoxville and be between the ages of 18 and 50 and wife. One of the fisher's chief items of diet is porcupine flesh and, years with the limits}skilled though he is in dispatch- waived for veterans. Applications ;ing porcupines, seldom does he must be filed with the director, escape entirely from the sharp. Seventh U. S. Civil Service Re-lprotecting quills. I monumenTS 1 LACKY 6. SONS 150 W MA IN - GALES6UR6 I FQLEYi mortuary^ 166 No. Broad W Dial 1910-6 «

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