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Mail, Galesbtif; Saturday, October 17, 1953 At KNOXVILLB — Favorable weather had permitted work on the new high school addition to progress rapidly. Workmen are now up to the first floor level and plumbers started operations this week. Water mains are expected to be connected soon and sewer connections were started this week. An industrial art shop is to be a new addition to the school annex, an improvement not planned originally on the blueprint, but which has since been made possible. This art shop will be located at the far southwest corner of the new building. New Office In Church The Friendly Wheel class of the Christian Church has almost completed furnishing an office in the church, a project started by the class several months ago. The office has been completely redecorated and furnished and when a new heater is installed at an early date their undertaking will have been completed. The class met Wednesday night in the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Anderson. The group held a brief devotional conducted by Mrs. Harold Goff and business session before going to the recreation room in the basement for a Halloween party and refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Taylor assisted when refreshments were served. Grand Chapter Report Mrs. Victor Taylor, who represented the Knoxville Eastern Star chapter at Grand Capter a week ago, will give a report of the sessions at a meeting of the local chapter Monday night at 8 o'clock in the Masonic Hall. Dinner For Teachers Teachers from most of the schools in district 202 were present for the dinner and party Wednesday night at the East Galesburg School. Novel decorations in keeping with fall and the'nude." tfillAWMfl season decorated the long dinner tables. After serving there was entertainment, featuring a sleight-of-hand performer. P.&O. Meet in Alexis Seven members of Chapter AM, P.E.O. attended a reciprocity meeting Friday ih Alexis. Groups fret during the morning in the homes of members of the Alexis chapter for discussions and all assembled at 12:30 in the Woman's Club building for luncheon and program. Those attending from Chapter AM were Mrs. Charles H. McAfee, Mrs. E. A Jensen, Mrs. F. Hebard, Miss Fenimore Schwartz, Mrs. Fred Wallick, Mrs. L. H. Sherwood and Mrs. C. E. Bennison. Located In Peoria Mr. and Mrs. Derrel Dempsey, who were recently married, are now located in Peoria and residing at 120 Bradley Ave. Mrs. Dempsey was Miss Grace Edwards before her marriage. Guests of Peoria O.E.S. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Taylor, worthy patron and worthy matron of the local chapter of the Eastern Star, were guests of honor at a meeting of Central City chapter, Peoria, Thursday night. Others from here attending were Gilbert Unger, Mrs. Arnold Swe- borg, Mrs. Gene Palmer, Mrs. Harry Sever, Mrs. Harley Butt, Mrs. Grace Runyon, Mrs, Lee Turner, Mrs. John Turman, Mrs. Estella Cooke and Mrs. Lawrence I Cooke. Abingdon Chamber Tells Yule Plans ABINGDON — Christmas program plans of the Abingdon Chamber of Commerce include giving away a new 2-door sedan, it was announced by Mrs. Helen Stockham, secretary of the chamber. Abingdon merchants will announce details. Publishers Err in Type of Pictures JACKSON, Tenn. W — The police department, in removing several ''obscene" magazines from the nevvstands, said one publication was especially offensive because it contained several pictures of a MAN "practically Doctors Himtvich Entertain for Noted Visitors Dr. and Mrs, Harold E. Himwich entertained at a cocktail party at the Hotel Custer Friday evening in honor of the speakers for the dedication of the Thudichum Psychiatric Research Laboratory of the State Research Hospital. Drr. Harold Himwich is director of the laboratory and Mrs. Himwich (Dr. Williamina) is the biochemist Honored guests were Dr. Percival Bailey, consultant to the Department of Public Welfare, Dr. David Rioch, Army Service Graduate School in Washington, D. C., and Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Kety, of the National Institutes of Health of Bethesda, Dr. and Mrs. W. Feldberg of London, England, Dr. Ralph W. Gerard, consultant in psychiatry to the Department of Public Welfare and Dr. D. Ewen Cameron of Montreal, Canada. Among guests from Galesburg were Mr, and Mrs. John Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Fred'A. Apsey Jr. and Representative and Mrs. Richard Larson. Those from the State Research Hospital included Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Graff, the medical staff, and the heads of the various departments of the hospital. Distinguished guests from out of town! included Dr. von Bonin, Dr. Sirrt- 1 mel, Dr. Abood, Dr. Bain, Dr. Ling, Dr. Arnold and Dr. and Mrs. Geiger from the University of Illinois Medical School, Dr. Kreezer from Washington University in St. With the Girl Scouts Girl Scouts and Girl Scout adults of Galesburg will be interested in the radio programs which will be given during the Girl Scout National Convention in Cincinnati, Oct. 18-21. Helen Hayes will be on CBS Monday night, Oct. 19 from 11:15 to 11:30 o'clock (EST). Dr. Ethel Alpenfels will address the convention on ABC Oct.. 20 from 4 to 4:25 (E.S.T.) o'clock in the afternoon. Eight girls from Brownie Troop No. 48 of L. T. Stone School took a bus trip down town to visit WGIL on a recent school vacation day. They were shown through the studio, including the engineers' room and the record storage room. Mechanisms of broadcasting, such as -how to control voice, were demonstrated to the troop. Enjoying this trip were Jackie Olinger, Shirley Sage, Patty Rose, Connie Richards, Sandra Miyler, Connie Short, Shirley Hoff and Judy Weber. They were accompanied by their leaders, Mrs. Paul Hoff and Mrs. Jack Miyler, and a troop committee mother, Mrs. W. C. Richards. Miss Alice Lawton, Knox Graduate* Weds in Colorado A wedding of interest to Knox College circles took place Sept. 20 at Golden, Colo., when Miss Alice Lawton, a graduate of Knox a few years ago, became the bride of Warren Kruse of Denver. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Lawton of Plymouth, her father also being a graduate of Knox. She has been teaching in Denver the last few years where she met her husband, a veteran of World War II and a jraduate of the University of Denver. He is engaged in the contracting buisness. Mrs. Kruse has traveled quite extensively since leaving Knox and during the past summer, together with a girl friehd, toured Europe on a power bicycle. ^ Louis, Dr. Papez from Columbus, Thir( j grade Brownies of Troop Ohio, Dr. Michaelis from Balti- No> 53 of Weston Scho ol had elec- more Md., Dr. Samaras from u f ffi thl week The new Creighton University in Omaha, if , n —i TW^™. Mrs. Rinaker to Address Republican Women Here Thursday Mrs. Pauline A. Rinaker of Carlinville, representative ' from the 38th district in the state legislature, will be the speaker Thursday for the district meeting of the Knox County Republican Woman's Club to be held at the Hotel Custer ballroom. Mrs. Rinaker replaces Senator Lottie Holm an O'Neill whose son died in Australia this week. A caravan of state officers will be present for the meeting which starts with registration at 9:30 o'clock and the morning session to begin at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Rina­ ker will speak at the luncheon program. Mrs. Ray Anderson is with host- ureignton university in umana, „„ n(! ;j OT . f ; e p nrn i Pofprcnn- vir* " 6 . * *• Dr. Steinfield from Des Plaines, E"?« Carol Pee son vice h a _ r g e 0 reservations, Si.*, s^er^iStslrW Klr'S President Sandra White; secre- ville, Mo., and Dr. Robert K. S. tary, Judy Lee Asher:; and treas- Lim of Elkhart Ind urer - Jeanine Pico. Plans were A subscription dinner was held made for tray favors which will be after the cocktail party. Mrs. Lowell Kennedy And Two Sons Plan Galesburg Visit a part of this troop's display at the Juliette Low Festival Oct, 31. Mrs. Arthur M, Johnson is the leader of this troop. Forrest Carlson Shows All interested women, regardless of political affiliation, are being invited to attend the day lone session. Business Women's Society Members Give Program The Business Women's Missionary Society of the First Lutheran Church assembled Tuesday in the O. R. Sandstrom home, 348 E. Color Slides of India sons, Lowell Jr. and Donald Eu- Members of Trinity Lutheran,- - gene, have arrived m Galesburg church Mother's Circle and theirjLosey St for a visit from Fairbanks, Alaska. families en j oy ed a potluck dinner The missionary topic, "Where'er Sgt. JCennedy is stationed inkyednesdav evening at the church, the Sun," was given by chairman, Alaska with the communications Forrest Carlson, introduced by Miss Gertrude Weinberg. Miss department of the U. S. Army. Mrs Forrest Moberg, program Agnes Hendricks reporting on Mrs. Kennedy and her two sons cha irman, showed color slides are visiting in the homes of her taken by Miss Verna Lofgren, a mother Mrs. Eva Clapp, 1411 missionary in India, to the group. Brown Ave., and of Sgt. Kennedy s Dur j ng the business session con- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ducted b y Mrs< willard Nyman, Kennedy, 952 S. Semmary St. They me mbers were asked to turn in plan on staying until after thel artic i es a t the November meeting holidays. Bazaar Plans Made by Central Church Groups • Plans for the Central Congregational Church bazaar, set for Dec. 8, were discussed by Group Four members when they met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Roy Landon at 491 N. Cherry St, Other groups of the Woman's Association also met Friday. Mrs. R. V. Lindsey was assisting hostess and Mrs. W. S. Lawrence was a guest. Mrs, Harry Hanlon conducted the business session. Announcement of plans for the collection of clothing and bedding for shipment to Korea was made by Mrs. John Stipp. Miss Vera Corbin, program chairman, gave devotions and introduced Mrs. Andrew J. Horn who explained the operation of the Junior Woman's Club dental clinic. For the opening dessert luncheon, Mrs. Hanlon and Mrs. J. H. Annegers presided at the fruit centered table. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Paul Peters, 1142 N. Broad St., Miss Jean Stratton, assisting ess. Group Two Twenty members of Group gathered at the home of Hayes Tucker, 1546 N. Broad St., and enjoyed dessert luncheon before the afternoon meeting. Mrs. A. E. Schneider presided at the tea table which was centered with a 3-tiercd antique milk glass compote, bright with an artistic arrangement of fruit, Mrs. William Rothgeb conducted the business meeting and Mrs. J, T. Jackson^ led the devotional service. Mrs. Karl Wagner of 1391 N. Prairie St. will have the next meeting. Group One Group one held an all day meeting at the church to work on proj­ ects'for the bazaar. Eighteen were present including a new member, Mrs. John W. Anderson, and a guest, Miss Theo Goettler. A potluck luncheon was enjoyed. A brief business session was conducted by the group chairman, Mrs. M. D. Newcomer Sr. Mrs. H. S. Gregory gave devotions, Mrs. Amos Wilmot the secretary's report, and Mrs. C. T. Clark, the treasurer's report The next meeting-will be a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. R. F. Carley, 1356 N. Cherry St. Friday, Nov. 20. Guest Night Held by 0ES At Bushnell List Appointments For Oneida Stars •The regular meeting Order of the Two Mrs. Darst; Sciota, inside Hawaii Is Theme At Woman's Club "Travels to Hawaii" was the theme of the program presented by Miss Wilma Olin of Burgess, Thursday altemoon to the members of the Fine Arts Department of the Senior Woman's Club. The Japanese influence of her Hawaiian dress, her picturesque talk, and the colorful pictures shown depicted the islands as people imagine and love thorn. Prefacing the program, Mrs. W. S. Lawrence gave an interesting review of the book, "The Virgin Islands" by Robb White. Mrs. G. L. Culver, chairman, opened the business meeting. Mrs. Faye Wilmot Tayler led in the club ritual, and the group singing accompanied by Mrs. W. E. Hauswald.'burg Club. Africa, Miss Helen Lindrothe on Latin America and Miss Mildred Sandstrom on Japan, gave to the members the tremendous areas in the world still not won for Christ. Faith offering boxes, the money being used for mission work in for the Bazaar. ithe world, were returned. Devo- In charge oi the dinner wereltions were given fcy Miss Wein- Mrs. Willard Nyman, Mrs. Carroll berg. Apt and Mrs. Gene Hanson. | Mrs. Virginia Blucker gave two solo numbers with Mrs. L. V. Olsenius accompanying her at the Officers Elected by (piano. Burnell Baldwin, student in- \u Phi Mu Sorority Officers were elected at the Nu Phi Mu sorority meeting Thursday evening. Serving for the coming year are Mrs. Gene Woolsey, president; Miss Barbara Teel, vice president; Miss Cherril Eck, secretary; Miss Shirley Callison, corresponding secretary; and Miss Sharon*Walker, treasurer. Mrs. Whilma Norvaski was the guest speaker for the evening when the group gathered in the Bamboo room of the Y. M. C. A. Plans were discussed concerning the Founder's Day banquet which is to be held Oct. 20 at the Gales- tern, gave a talk. Plans were discussed for the annual bazaar, Nov. 4, and the group appointed to be in charge of a Christmas booth. Refreshment committee i n- cluded the Misses Mildred and Frances Sandstrom and Mrs. Mildred Ames. The Nov. 10 meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Florence Carlson, 1118 Brown Ave., at 8 o'clock. Abingdon Yo ungster s Set Work Day for Christ Oct. 24 ABINGDON—The Pilgrim Fellowship of the Congregational Church met Thursday evening. Two movies were shown for the program. The next meeting will be Thursday. Plans were made for their Work Day for Christ on Oct 24, when members will solicit all types of work in the community to earn money for the church. The choir under the direction of John Von Allman will meet at 7 o'clock for rehearsal on the same evening. Future Farmers Meet Don Adcock, president, called to order the meeting on Wednesday noon. The 33 members of the chapter planned to take a one day trip to the International Livestock Show in Chicago late in November. Seventeen members were pres- Men's Handkerchiefs PURE IRISH LINEN Vi Inch Hemstitched. Big 18x18 Size A REAL BARGAIN! 5 DOB. BOX Dos. $2.99 1 Dox. Box _-'-Dojt. $3.29 3 Only for $1.00 In order to make this Exciting Saving* • . « we had to buy 100 dozen. CHRISTMAS SHOP NOW AND SAVE! ent at the meeting. A Homecoming committee was appointed to enter a float in the All-School Parade on Friday afternoon. Two Fire Calls The Abingdon Fire Protective District had two calls on Friday. Jim Lamberti's car parked at the site of the Lamberti Supermarket which is under construction on Route No. 41 curve, caught fire but no damage was done. The second call was to the Gene Howard residence at 202 E. Hooker where a grass fire was extinguished with no damage. Home from Hospital Mrs. Mabel Bowton returned home on Tuesday from St. Mary's Hospital where she had been a patient for the past three weeks. Christian Church Bible School 9:45 a. m. Classes for all ages. Men's Class Bank basement. Morning Communion and sermon, 10:50 a. m. Subject, "Proving Prayer s." Christian Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. Choir practice, 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Mrs. Louis Gunther is taking subscriptions for our missionary paper, "World Call" and "The Illinois Christian." St. Joseph's P.T.A. Has Book Review Miss Alice Locklin reviewed the book, "Mary of Nazareth," for members of the St. Joseph Parent-Teacher Association Thursday afternoon. Mrs, Charles Tressell, president, conducted the meeting held at the school. Announcement was made of Father's Night Nov. 19 at 7:30 o'clock. Other reports included various reports and reports by the officers. Following the meeting, refreshments were served. NEW SWEATERS Ladies' sweaters in all sizes 32 to 46. Orion*, Nylons, Wools and fine Cottons* New Colors NEW LOW PRICES! SHANKS 32? Many Donations Noted by Day Nursery Board Many donations were noted during the month of September at the meeting of the Knox County Day Nursery Board. It was reported that the aggregate attendance at the Nursery during the past month totaled 348 with a daily average of 16. Mrs. Warner, the matron, reported that 97 quarts of tomatoes and 22 quarts of peaches were canned at the Nursery during the month. The tomatoes and peaches were gifts from friends and will be appreciated all through the winter. Items Received Appreciation was expressed at the meeting for the following donations: Mrs. Mabel Onion Carle, two quilts, one blanket, two sheets, 14 pairs curtains, doilies, dresser scarves, dish towels, laundry bag and muslin pieces; the Misses Nellie and Mary Armstrong, 1-2 bushel grapes; Mrs. Dave Grossman, one large cake, one scrap book, large box toys and blocks; Treasure Trove, 12 Christmas card sample books; and Mrs. A. N. Telford, 24 cup cakes, three quarts of ice cream for birhdays. Also, Mrs. Selma Olson, two packages of cookies; Mrs, Selma Palm, 1-2 bushel of peaches, four quarts peaches; a friend, tomatoes, peppers, turnips and squash; Mrs. Helen Morris, miscellaneous items; Mrs. Charles Bednar, large assortment of story books. Mother Goose books and religious books; Joe Rawles, donated four hours work; Will Olson one bushel tomatoes; Mrs. Alvin Johnson, one bushel tomatoes; Virginia Ice Cream Com-/ Catholic Sister- (Continued from page 3) N.C.C.W. spiritual director for the diocese, scheduled to present the principal talk, was unable to be present for Friday's event. Notes School Attendance Father Lohan, in his talk on Catholic educajtion, pointed out that approximately 750 children and 'teen-agers attend St. Joseph's Academy and Corpus Christi High School in Galesburg. He told his listeners also that every member of the faculties of the two schools possess their academic bachelor's degrees and more than half possess master's degrees. He paid tribute to the teaching by the nuns, who, he reminded his audience, receive extremely small salaries. He also pointed out to the listeners that the prime need of the Catholic schools is the encouragement of vocations which will produce more teaching sisters. Mrs. Scherer reminded the meeting delegates that if the United States is to meet the world's challenge of leadership, this country's Christian principles must be stronger than ever. She warned the women that as Catholics, they must be more active in their religious faith and thus provide a strong weapon against Communism. She reminded them to offer special prayers on Oct. 24, United Nations day, for the success of the United Nations. Reports were given by the following deanery committee chairmen: Mrs. Neil Ritenhouse, Galesburg, organization and development; Mrs. W. B. Lynch, Monmouth, eucharist; Mrs. Simpson Marshall, Vermont, youth; Mrs. Joseph Arnold, Macomb, welfare and charities; Mrs. Phillip Callison, Galesburg, study clubs; Mrs. John Slusser, Roseville, publicity; Mrs. Charles Forseman, Dallas City, shrines; Mrs. Lois Hood, Bushnell, parent and family; Mrs. Joseph Urban, Rushville, literature, and Mrs. Oscar Haas, Nauvoo. Other priests who attended, and were introduced by Father Cronin, included: Rev. Alphonsus Curran of Corpus Christi; Rev. Patrick Murphy, pastor of St. Patrick's.. Galesburg, who led opening prayer, and assistant, Rev. Joseph Hunt; Rev. Dennis Scott, Abingdon; Rev. E. C. Blough, Alexis and Wataga; Rev. Michael Van Raes, Bushnell Rushville; Rev. M. J. Haddi- Macomb and Tennessee, and Edward Phelan, Macomb; Thomas Carmody, Monmouth; Sylvester Jesiolowski, Raritan ^and St. Augustine. Host parishes for the spring deanery meeting will be Raritan and St. Augustine. General chairman of arrangements for Friday's event was Mrs. F. B. Harrington, Corpus Christi N.C.C.W. parish council president. Members of the Altar and Rosary society of that parish served on the hospitality committees. BUSHNELL — Guest night was observed by Victor Rebekah Lodge on Thursday night with 90 members present. The noble grand, Mrs. EInora Yocum, presided. Noble grand, Gladys Fawcett, Table Grove, guest of Mrs. Yocum; right supporter to noble grand, Elizabeth Hughes, Colchester, guest of Miss Leah Hoffman; left supporter, Nina Meyers, Table Grove, guest of Jean Swartzbaugh; vice grand, Lottie Cuba, Colchester, guest of Alberta Miller; right supporter, Nina Ellis, Colchester, guest of Marie Bricker; left supporter, Mrs. Dale Lewis, Colchester, guest of Mrs. Dale Havens; warder, Vera Brown, Table Grove, guest of Marie Walters; conductor, Mildred Dorethy, Colchester, guest of Virginia Creek; recording] secretary, Beatrice Hodges, Industry, guest of Mildred Goddard; financial secretary, Elsie Barker, Blandinsvillc, guest of Bcrnic Sheehan; treasurer, Vera Stark, Macomb, guest of Unice chaplain, Alice Groves, guest of Inez Livingston; guard, Louise Watson, Blandinsville, guest of Norma Jean Pigg; outside guard, Mrs. Maharry, Blandinsville, guest of Helen Goodman; musician, Grace Black, Colchester, guest of Neva Hunt; junior past noble grand, Era Burford, Colchester, guest of Nora Moore. Mrs. Coleth Reno was chairman of the program and an early history of Bushnell was given by Edna Hinman's seventh grade pupils. Lottie. Cuba gave two readings, and a skit was presented by Florence Hatch and Mabel Standifird. Mrs. Reno was assisted by Doris Crowl, Florence Hatch and Bernice Seek. Refreshments in keeping with Halloween were served by the committee, Lurline Doner, Helen Sutcr, Irene Huffman, Ella Berg, Nola Avery and Helen Whittier. . Mothers Club Mothers Club met Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. William Yeast at Macomb with 18 members and Mrs. Elmer Strode as a guest present. The president, Mrs. Gwyctta Serven, presided and plans were made for a Halloween party Oct. 30, at the Recreation reenter. Miss Gorman of Logan School in Macomb, gave an interesting talk on '-'What They Do In Kindergarten." Refreshments were served by the hostess and her assistant, Mrs. Norma Yeast. Homecoming Held Bushnell - Prairie City High School annual homecoming was held Friday. The affair started off,with a snake-dance starting at the newsstand at 7:30 o'clock Thursday Evening, after which the bonfire and pep meeting was held at the Veterans Memorial Park. Friday afternoon the parade was held and started from the Veterans Park, going from there to the business district. Study Club Wednesday evening in the basement of St. Bernards Catholic Church, the Ave Maria Study Club met with a good attendance. The meeting was opened by the Rev. Michael Van Raes, who also led in prayer and conducted study of! the book, "The Visible Church." Refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Lois Hood. Bushnell Personals Ray Clupper was brought home from the St. Francis Hospital in Macomb on Thursday. Mrs, J. B, Brandt, Mrs. David Shumaker, Mrs, R. C. Benkendorf, Mrs. Spike Hood and the Rev. Michael Van Raes attended the Monmouth Deanery meeting of N.C.C.W. at Galesburg on Friday. ONEIDA- of Oneida Chapter, Eastern Star, was held Tuesday evening at the Masonic Hall in Oneida. Mrs. Bessie Foster and Lloyd Foster, worthy matron and worthy patron, presided, A communication from the worthy grand matron, Clara Hnr- baugh, appointing Mrs. Helen Malcolm on the Christian Fellowship Committee and Mrs. Bessie Foster on the International Temple Committee of the grand chapter was read. Robert Foster contributed to the birthday box. Mrs. Reid Carson and Mrs. Olga Roe were reported ill but improved at this time. The meeting of Oct. 27 will be Past Officers' Night and all members, are urged to be present. Say Fairfield City Council Is Not Fair FAIRFIELD, Iowa Wl—Car dealers in this Iowa town arc mad. The City Council recently passed an ordinance which provides that no motor vehicles offered for sale or trade can be parked on the streets or any place between property and car linos. The dealers arc trying to get the ordinance repealed. They claim it will force their businesses out of the city. Deaths and Funerals •. • MISS LOU SC11ENCK STRONGHURST — Catherine Schenck, day at 4:15 p. m. She had been in ill — Miss Lou 69, died Fri- in her home, health several years. Surviving are a niece, Margaret Schenck, and a nephew, Edward Schenck, both of Raritan. Funerar services will be conducted Monday at 2 p. m. in the Raritan Reformed Church. The Rev. Harold Kammeraad will officiate and burial will be in the Raritan Cemetery. Friends may call at the residence Sunday after 2 p. m. MRS. MAUDE G. KEPPLE BUSHNELL — Mrs. Maude Geneva Kepple, 81, of 594 W. Barnes St., died early this morning in Saunders Hospital in Avon where she had been a patient since Sunday. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Kugler Funeral Home with burial in Bushnell Cemetery. Mrs. Kepple, .who was born May 26, 1872 in Fulton County, is survived by six children, Mrs. Maude Fox, Mrs. Goldie Doll, Mrs. Hulda Boden and Gale Kepple, all of Bushnell; Ghlee Kepple, St. Augustine and Russell Kepple, Avon. There are two brothers, Lawson Morey of Prairie City and Floyd Morey of Inkon, Idaho. WEST Air-Conditioned Chapel FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 40 Years 36 PUBLIC SQUARE Mr. Arthur J. Ernst 1649 Mai Funeral: P.M. MONDAY KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL Friends call at chapel Sunday. and gan, Rev. Rev. Rev. Highlights of Trip Given for Circle Mrs. Henry Miles, guest er, told members of the spiel-Wilds Circle of her trip to Europe. Members First Presbyterian Church enjoyed a potluck dinner prior to the meeting held.in the home of Mrs. Margaret Wilds, 599 E. Losey St. Assisting Mrs. Wilds were Miss Ann Weinmann, Mrs. L. R, speak- Feder- recent of the Circle pany, large assortment kindergarten materials, *nd Miss Hulda Httwon, money. Mrs. /. W. Simkins Hostess for Pink And Blue Shower The home of Mrs. I. W. Simkins, 555 W. North St., was the scene of a pink and blue shower honoring the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Swanson of Princeton. Games were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Landis Reatha- ford and Mrs. Alvin Potter. Guests included Mrs. Wym^n Simkins and Larry, Mrs. Douglas Williamson and Mary Kay, Mrs. Helen Lee, Mrs. Ernie Payne and Sue, Mrs. Glen Potter, Mrs. Harry Gawthrop and Tommy, Mrs. William Sleight, Mrs. Ray Stanforth, Mrs. Cecil Huggins, Mrs. Arthur Nordhielm, Mrs. Donald Kaller, Mrs. Alfred Lindquist, Mrs. Harold Brown, Mrs, Walter Roller and children, Mrs. Alvjn Potter, Mrs. Mae Hatten, Mrs. Lillian Wilson, Mrs. James Wilson, Mrs. Lyle Hanson, Mrs. Ferris Potter, Jackie Swanson and Beverly Danforth. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Danforth and Mrs. Robert Lagnese. Those unable to attend sent gifts. Bristow and Mrs. Bradley Chan-|$ dler. Mrs. Miles gave highlights of her trip through parts of England, Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Holland and Switzerland. Color slides shown included beautiful scenery, types of homes and churches and transportation found in the various places. Devotions were given by Mrs. Genevieve Smith, with Miss Margaret Jane Anderson reading the scripture. monum EIITS Mr. Tom M. Killeen 641 W. South Street Funeral services: 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. FOL E Yi mortuary. 166 No. Broad %xh Dial 1910-6 LACKY & SONS MAiN - 6MESBURG €«U, • them* < IVtite *u routmo M'FALL MONUMENTS J

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