Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1953 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 19, 1953
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Bethel Shrine Has Visitors for Observance of Advance! Night Advance Night for Bethel Shrine'ert Huklll of Bethesda Shrine, Can- was observed last week at the ton, worthy herald Masonic Temple which was at- Also Leo Cash of Bethel, Jay (ivftive wilh large baskets of Gibson of. Electa and Donald colosia and roses in the lodge Roller of Bethesda as wise men; room. Entering the room, Mrs, Glyn Stewart, king; Mrs. Wayne VVillard Cook, worthy high priest- Godden of Vashti, queen; Mrs. ess, ;ind Leroy I)uffield, watch- Kiel Hicks of. Queen Esther, Ma man of the shepherds, were fol- comb, Mrs. Glyn Stewart and Mrs. Leroy Duffield, Bethel, hand ffihe Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Monday, October; 19, 1953 lowed by their officers. Guests officers for the evening were as follows: Mrs. Wesley Malcolm, worthy high priestess; Robert Foster, Watchman of shepherds; Mrs. Ted Nelson, noble prophetess; George linger, Associate W. S.; Mrs. William Lewis, worthy scribe, all of Bethel Shrine; Mrs. J. W. Lynn, Oriental Shrine, Davenport, Iowa, worthy treasurer; Mrs. Irvin Spencer, worthy chaplain; Mrs. Lloyd Wit- mcr, worthy shepherdess; Miss Mntiel Hallhcry, worthy guide, all of Bethel Shrine; and Mrs. Rob- The Weather ILLINOIS: Fair tonight. Tuesday partly cloudy and warm with showcm wost portion Tui 'Sdny iitternoon or evening. Low tonlKht 82-BO. High Tuesday 112-07. IOWA: Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday with Ki 'atUircd showers Tuesday nnrl west portion tonight. Cooler northwest Tuesday. Low tonight 50-85 northwest and 53-02 southeast. High Tuesday 70 northwest to 75-02 southeast. CHICAGO AND VICINITY: Fair to partly cloudy and unseasonably warm this afternoon, tonight and Tuesday. High today and Tuesday mid (10s. Low tonight and Tuesday night (10. .Southwesterly winds near 15 iriph. today. Further outlook: showers Tuesday night and Wednesday. Not so- warm Wednesday. f5ALKSHUHfJ AND VICINITY: Fair tonight. Tuesday partly cloudy and warm with showers by afternoon or evening. Low tonight (if). High Tuesday M. Low Tuesday night 56. LOCAL WEATHER i Noon temperature, 82; morning's low, 50. Clear, wind southerly, no precipitation. (Sunday's maximum, 04; minimum. .IB; Saturday's maximum, 8.7.) Sun rose today at ti.lfi a. in., sets at 5:14 p. m.; moon set at 2:35 a. m. Morning tars, Jupiter, Venus and Mars', lng stars, Mercury and Saturn. RIVER STAGES Duhuque—7.2 0.0. Davenport—3.a 0.0. Burlington—7.5 rise 0.2. Kcokuk-2.0 fall 0.2. LaSallc—10.7 rise 0.1. I 'eorla—11.7 0.0. Havana—5.3 0.0. Boardstown—9.4 fall 0.1. Grafton—14.7 0.0. St. Louis—minus 0.4 fall 0.1. St. Charles-10,2 0.0. eve- ARTHRITIS Quick, Amazing Relief! )Oo you tuffcr agonizing palm of Arthritis, Rheumatism, or NeurltlaT If IO, here l» new hope! NTJSAL, a new saft aclentlflc clJnlc-tcsted formula worka Internally to help quickly relieve torturoua pain, reduce swelling and uncork joints. Medically proven, contains no harmful drugs, non-habit forming. Why auffer another day when glorious relief can be obtained with NUSAL. No faiter arthritic or rheumatic pain relief known! Mont/ Back Guarantee—At Alt Driffllti maidens; Mrs. Mnnon Mountjoy worthy organist; Mrs. Pearl Gibson, Kelceta, worthy guardian; and Mrs. R. O. Babbitt, worthy guard, Presents Flag Hiel Hicks o£ Queen Esther presented the flag, Clarence Manworren and Glenn Clute were escort*. Mrs. Don Haney carried the banner with Mrs. Walter Reamer and Mrs. Riebert Stewart as escorts. Mrs. Elza Ovcrdorff was bearer of the Shrine flag escorted by Mrs. Leo Parke and Mrs. L. R. Babbitt. Soloist was Mrs. .1. I.J. V. McBride. Mrs. Robert C. Johnson was at the guest book, As Mrs. Malcolm, Mrs. Witmer, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Spencer were escorted to the east, Mrs. C. R. Manworren presented them with yellow chrysanthemums and Mrs. McBride sang. Escorted were Mrs. Glyn Stewart", supreme credentials, Mrs. Ross Litchfield, district chairman of material objective, Mrs. Willard Cook and Leroyl Duffield, supreme honorary officers, ten past worthy high priestesses and eight past watchmen of shepherds. Mrs. Robert Foster was guest of honor for the evening and was presented with a boiirjuet by Mrs. Manworren as Mrs. McBride sang. During the business meeting, announcement was made of a ceremonial for the Oct. 28 meeting at 8 o'clock with a business session| at 3 o'clock; of a silent auctionj at the next meeting; a school of] instruction at Alcdo, tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Masonic Temple; Advance Nights in Peoria, Nov. 2, and Davenport, Nov. 11; also Friends Night in Macomb Shrine, Oct. 20. Talks were- given by Mrs. Malcolm, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Cook, Mr. Duffield and Mr. Foster. General chairman for the evening was Mrs Mrs. tions; vanla Railroad, crashed into a heavy obstruction, derailing the locomotive and nine cars. Cars at right are on a work train. More than a dozen passengers were taken to hospitals. EXPLOSION SCENE—Ambulances line the dock alongside the aircraft carrier Leyte at the South Boston Naval Shipyard Annex at Boston, Mass., after an explosion aboard the 27,000-lon vessel. The Navy said 27 men were killed and 40 injured. The big carrier, a veteran of Korean action in October-December of 1950, was almost ready for sea again after a 10-month overhaul. There were unofficial reports that the blast led to an electrical fire which generated dangerous fumes. Knox French Club Elects New, Officers Members of the Knox College French Club met last week for the first time this year. Dr, Sherman Brown, professor of modern languages, showed the club colored New officers elected for the cur- slides taken in France, rent year are: president, Pepy Papadrianou, Nauplion, vice president, Virginia Long, Oak Park; secretary - treasurer, Alyn. M Hurd, Oak Park; song leader, VaC r ,J';,' McGee, Girard; and publicity! ' Ie ""? chairman, Pat Nelson, Riverside. - ' 1 Have You Heard That. • Mrs. Clara Hut son Is Hostess to Club Really Transfers property at southeast corner of Whitcsboro and North streets for Virgil L. Skinner and Charlcsj$2 000. Mrs Nina Garnel was a guest atjw. Fey , both of Abingdon, prop -i Robert E. West of San Bernard., the Alphabetical Club meeting re-! erty in Abingdon for .$1,500. cently when members were enter-! Mrs. Othclia E. Nelson and Har tained in the home of Mrs. Clara;i an E. Voting, both of Knoxville, „, Ir/ . T ,^> <\, U u" n u° V th ° 0ctob1c ^!^ c :• tlng • Property in Knoxville for $1.2,000. Mrs. Wesley hay\e GtVCS}^ call was answered with favor- Herbert B. Engman of Gales- jte candy recipes '• no, Calif., to Kenneth Mason, 1039 S. Pearl St., property in Knox Subdivision for $7,500. Program for Circle 9 Mrs. Wesley Eagle gave (cresting talk of United Nations an burg to J. A. Reed, 81 N. Ivan Ave., property in Summit Addition for Mr Q nri Mec rwi« rw.,. „ti h zr father, the Rev. William Day, cd to Mrs. Hetty Griffith in the of Tnrlnnri^ Li M'''K members of Circle nine of the ; absence of Mrs. Alice Horton of Lockport and Mr. and Mrs. w ,- soeiet vnf Christ! in Serv 1 Jhe next meeting will be helc SS ^S" £iJ CC I^^ S ^rIi ! J «fhe.homeofM rS .Schippert Frl weekend with their parents, Mr. in-"thy Dawdy, Mrs. Schip-, c., n „nr, her Trio" to" thc'f >er *' ^ rs - J'erne Stucki and Mrs.„ . , „ Conference with Iva Drn(1 ^- Games were conduct-' " arlue .y " Cochran ? f Persifer " u "—' by Mrs. Betty Griffith in the!lownship to trustees of schools in itho township, five acres in Persifer held Township for $1,500. Mechanics Homestead and Loan r r „ „„."' infl Mrs - John Willis of 257 E..„, ^S 'South St., and other relatives. |at J. W. Olmstead gave the devotions J. Fred Ave. is a Appear in Comedy When the annual homecoming play, "Goodby, My' Fancy," is pre-jHospital at St sented at Western Illinois State' College in Macomb, Thursday, Oct Mr - fl "d Mrs. 29, Willard B. Dawson of Gales-lbave returned to burg will be a member of the cast in the role of "the telephone man." the Friday afternoon meeting held in the home of Mrs. Ed Guardalabene, 758 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Eagle showed color slides he boarding of the plane and ending with a picture of the meditation room _ where all United Nation officials Meredith of 116 Cedar . mcet for P ra >' er before the mcct " patient in St. Charles In ffj Charles, Mo. day, Nov. 13. Mrs. Hutson served;Association of Galesburg to Frank! refreshments to the group. Claeys, 287 N. Whitesboro St.,' Promptly relieves pain of ARTHRITIS Hospital Test* Prove Itf MUSTER0LE I rub on and Mrs. Clyde Meredith of lc. Calif., called on friends,,,, . , . „ ... esburg during the weekcnd /i* k ?[!>J;!.™ ,n ^ lt * driving homeward after a three | month tour of western Europe. Other members of the cast include. Cook assisted byJBcverly Nelson of Biggsville as;E Lolcta Campbell, decora-,ciarissa, Priscilla Ann Maris and| Mrs. Helen Swanson, Mrs.lTnm D. Williamson of Avon as' Dessert luncheon was served from a table centered with an Eugene Rogers; autumn arrangement of chrysan- their home at f tbemums, flanked by yellow tap- Omaha, Neb., after spending their, ers - Mr s. Eagle served and Mrs. vacation visiting his parents, Mr .j Mike Pitman presided, and Mrs. Ralph V. Rogers of 447 ! The chairman, Mrs. Leonard Fremont St. Clara Hanson, Mrs. Marie Larson.lcinnv Merrill and James Merrill,j United Brethren Mrs. Kenneth Davis, Mrs Cash,! resp( ; c tively; Joan Ollis of Dallas 1 JIT . T , . F „ .„„ refreshments; Mrs. Ted Mc- :city as Mary Nell> Marlys Robert-( iV,eet J nis Evening Knight, Mrs. T. N. Montgomery and Mrs. McBride, music In connection with the The Weir, conducted the business and imembers made note of the many {activities listed for the coming week in October. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Guardalabene were Mrs. D. T. Hawkins Chj^Jand Mrs. Orville Bond. Victoria as Professor Dingley. Announce Concert Virgil Fox, organist at the Riverside Church of New York City,. IN. Y., will present a concert Fri -jYVldoW IS lleneilCiarv {day evening at 8:30 o'clock at the! in a will filed Friday in Methodist Church in Kewanee. The'Fulton Countv clerk's office son of Elmwood as Miss Shackle-, . - —- , ford, Earl Hunsaker of Monmouth iflan Teaching Mission sponsored! as Dr. Pitt and John R. Abram ofjjy the Galesburg Council ofj Reporls Heard at Churches, a special service will be'. 1 held at 7:30 this evening at the Evangelical United Brethren Church, Day and Knox streets, the Rev. Glenn Leathers Auxiliary Meeting the; at concert will be given under the.Lewistown, Henseley Burton ° r Wl L s "? T1 R '^ 0rb " sh : P ast0 . r of | - •• --...< ... y Grace E.U.B. Church at Peoria. 1 auspices of the Kewanee Methodist Church choir. The announcement was made locally by Mrs. Fritz Carlson, 325 E. Main St. Foster of London Mills leaves his estate to his widow, Florence Grace Foster. She was also named executrix without bond. Everybody gives for the benefit of ALL! Teamwork is the tec- ret of success in fund* raising. By combining "many campaigns into one", your Community Chest puts every con- tribuiion to work for the welfare of ALL who need a helping hand. This UNITED way, «v. erybody gives and everybody benefits I RED FEATHER AGENCIES Boy Scouts Girl Scouts Y.M.C.A. Carver Center Youth Center Visiting Nurse Assn. Salvation Army U.S.O. Social Service Exch. Day Nursery Free Kindergarten Now is the time for every good neighbor to come to the aid of his community. The voluntary health, recreation and welfare services have UNITED in a single drive for the funds they need to help make this community a better place in which to live. The dollars you contribute to your Community Chest do more good for more people than would be possible through any other means. Be a good neighbor , . . give generously . . . NOW! GALESBURG COMMUNITY CHEST CAMPAIGN NOW IN PROGRESS GOAL $75,513 Mrs. Harry Zachmeyer, presi dent of the Ladies Auxiliary Patri-; announcedlarchs Militant, conducted the busi-' this morning. The speaker will beiness meeting when members gath- 1 ered in the Odd Fellows Hall recently. Visitors were Mr. and; Mrs. Naugle, Max Naugle, Mr. Fillman and Mr. Randell, all of Monmouth. Inspection is planned for the next meeting. Several interesting reports were given, among them one by Mrs. Violet Scudder on the state meeting held in Peoria, Oct. Boosts Gibson City Community Chest Dr. Sidney A. Guthrie, minister of the Methodist Church at Gibson City, reports that the Gibson City community seeks to raise $8,300 this year for the Gibson City Community Chest. The first Community Chest under Dr. Guthrie's supervision in Gibson City last year brought nearly $9,000 in pledges though the goal was ifood." set for only $5,000. Dr. Guthrie, former minister of the First Methodist Church, led the organization of the Galesburg Community Chest and still maintains interest in the annual chest drive here. 4, 5, and 6. Mrs. Maude Stone named some of her committees for 1954 The. next regular meeting will be Nov. 11 when a potluck supper will be held. Members are being asked to take generous dishes of Rev. John F. Norman Writes for Magazine "The Cross of Circumstance" Is the title of a contribution to the Christian-Evangelist, national week ly of the Disciples of Christ, writ ten for the Aug. 19 issue by the Rev. John Forrest Norman, minister of the First Christian Church of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and former pastor of the. First Christian Church of Galesburg, The article deals with the story of St. Simon of Cyrene and the crucifixion of Christ, symbolic of the "crosses of circumstance" laid upon individuals to alleviate the suffering of others. In Florida College Vernice Marie Pico, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pico, P. O. Box 453, Lake Rice, Galesburg, has enrolled as a freshman at Florida Southern College at Lakeland for the' 1953-54 instructional year. Miss Pico, a graduate of Galesburg High School, will pursue a general course of study. Florida Southern is a liberal arts college located in an 87-acree orange and grapefruit grove overlooking Lake Hollingsworth in Lakeland. WANTED—10,000 warm-hearted citizens who will wear the badge of good citizenship, th,e Red Feather. A contribution, to the Community Chest will assure services for all in the coming year. Lutheran Circle Hears Accordion Program An accordion group from the DeWeese School of Music presented the program Friday afternoon for Circle four of the First Lutheran Church. Hostesses for the meeting in the Memorial Room were Mrs. Bert Johnson, Mrs. Esther Bernston and Mrs. A. W. Mortenson. Mrs. Harry Collings conducted the meeting and devotions were given by Mrs. C. M. Hanson, Refreshments were served from a^ table, centered with colorful fall flowers, presided over by Miss Emma Anderson.' j Hostesses for the next meeting,! Nov. 20, will be Mrs. Gaylord Sei-^ bert and Mrs. Maude Gillette. I READ THE WANT ADS Si.plkiry'! BRIDAL fAIR | Caam in UK ytllow M f •fcita gold. Comport I £ *69. w I .gr-jreraj; for SI. IS o Wvk = 241 E. Main BRING THE BEAUTIFUL OUTDOORS inside with a BOUQUET of our CHRYSANTHEMUMS They are now blooming in all the beautiful fall colors. THIS WEEK they will be at their peak blooming period. 24 BLOOMS 50c, in all colors. We Will Be Looking For You! MR. 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