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14 the Daily Begister-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Monday, October 19^ 1953 fOll MISSJED COPIES PflOJfft Ml Top Floats in Homecoming Are Announced MONMOUTH — Winners of the Monmouth High School Homecom ing parade have been announced Flr9t place in the beauty division went to the senior class float featuring Zippy, the huge teddy bear. Second place was won by the FHA float "The Basic Seven For Victory," which had seven girls in formats as participants. Third was the junior class' "Buzzing For Victory," a huge bee on wheels. In the originality class the Girls Athletic Association float "Aiming For Canton," took top honors. On the float was Patty Chapin dressed in a Robin Hood-like archer's costume aiming at a target. Freshman float, "Rocket For Victory" was second while the Peter Pan theme entered by tho sophomore class was third. In this float Jimmy Phipps portrayed Captain Hook, Patty Kilgore, Peter Pan; and Joanna Velenga, Wendy. MONMOUTH Hospital Warren Cotmty Health Group Sets Enrollment MONMOUT H-The Warren County Health Improvement Association will hold an enrollment drive for Blue Cross-Blue Shield hospital and medical-surgical i surance plans from Oct. '26 Nov. 7. Admitted Saturday was John Paul Lee of Monmouth. Dismissed Saturday were Master Richard Ryner of Gerlaw, David Beckner and Paul Hoford, both of Kirkwood, Robert Deisinger, Mrs. John Emory and baby, Mrs. Allan Larson and baby, and Mrs. Bufford Hottle and baby, all of Monmouth. Admitted Sunday were Mrs. Rheta Akin of Kirkwood and Robert Sweeney of Roseville. A boy was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. William Boothby of Monmouth. Parents of a boy born Saturday are Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dcnison of Monmouth. Admitted today was Master Michael Snodgrass of Toledo, Ohio. MONMOUTH Bowling ALLEYCAT LEAGUE Grace Groves of the Moorman- ettes had high game with 188 and high series with 490. Brown Lynch Scott had high team game with 807. Standings: Abbr.dusky's Cafe 201; Moormanettes 13-8; Hedrick's Cafe 13-8; Brown Lynch Scott 138; Formfit Look 8-13; Romanos 7-14; Hobbycraft 6-15; and Form fit Skippies 4-17. List School Honor Roll At Roseville ROSEVILLE — The honor roll for the first six weeks at the Roseville High School was announced on Friday by Principal L. R. Schmidt. In order to attain the honor roll a student must have a 4.5 average. Seniors on the honor roll are Bill Axline, Jolece Becraft, Carole Kowalski, Joan McMillan, Kay Monroe, Rena Kay Robeson and James Thrush. Twenty-one per cent of the senior class attained the honor roll. Juniors on the honor roll are Susan Comely, Phil Hill, Lee Massingill, Ronnie Murphy, Don Plnney, Donna Robinson and Donna Smith. Eighteen per cent of the junior class made the honor roll. There were no sophomores on the honor DEAN OLSON MONMOUTH — Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. a* the , First Lutheran Church for Dean Olson, 30, who died Tueiday. The Rev. Gerald K. Johnson officiated. Herbert Levine sang and Mrs. Oscar Strand was at the organ. Burial was In the Monmouth Cemetery, Pallbearers were Kenneth Bergren, Don Burkett, James England, Dean Eack, Ray Taylor and Raymond Rule. MRS. MANNIE FLANAGAN MONMOUTH — Funeral services were held Saturday at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church for Mrs. Minnie H. Flanagan, 80, who died Wednesday. The junior choir sang the Mass. Burial was in the St. Mary Cemetery. Pallbearers were T. J. Glana- gan, Bernard and Michael Lee, IJohn and Fred Cotton and Law- Realty Transfers Elizabeth and Oscar Thompson to Harry H. and J. LeVerne Owen lot 5, block 4 in Cox and Hallam's Addition to Monmouth. Mabel Adair to W. Virgil and Frances Conley lot 5, block 1 in supplement to Broadway Addition to Monmouth. Hutson and Genevieve Fainter to Charles and Laura Flaherty part of block 1 of Quinby and Lawrence Addition to Monmouth. jShawver Named to Teachers' Group MONMOUTH — Ben Shawver of the Monmouth College chemistry department has been named to the board of directors of the Midwest Association of Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts Colleges, at an organization of the meeting held Saturday at Appleton, Wis., it is reported by the Associated Press. Ad- Name Administrators MONMOUTH — Clifford Ross of Roseville has been named administrator of the estate of his father who died Sept. 30, Personal estate is listed as $40,000 with real estate value unknown. Other heirs are his widow and another son, Loren, of Berwyn. John L. Eyler of Monmouth has been named administrator of the estate of Lew E. Wallace of Mon mouth* who died Sept. 6, 1953, at Tucson, Ariz. Heirs are his widow, Mrs. Alice Gale Wallace, and a son, Gregg, both of Los Gatos, Calif,, another son, G. Gale of Chico, Calif., and a daughter, Carolyn W. Lewi of Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. B. F. AddJeman Of Little York Dies LITTLE YORK—Mrs. B. F, dleman of Little York died at 4:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Monmouth Hospital where she had been a patient since Thursday. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday at the Lugg Memorial Chapel with burial in the Belmont Cemetery. Mrs. Addleman was born Sept. 24, 1896, in Henderson County. She was married to B, F. Addleman in Monmouth June 14, 1922. They spent their entire married \vfe in Little York. Surviving are her husband; son, Dean Addleman; a sister, Mrs. Cecil Waugh; and a brother, Leo Smith, all of Little York. Mrs Addleman was a member of the Little York Woman's Club and was active in community affairs WANTED TO BUY Lale model truck with Block rack. Preier 179 In. wheelbase or may buy C.O.E, ELMER BLOOMBERG H.n, 1, Lynn Center, 111. Residence Swedona. 6 miles north ol Now Windsor Church. roll. Freshmen on the roll are Doris Aten, Marvin Hawk, Carolyn Oberjohnn and Bonnie Pinney with nine per cent of the class attaining the honor list. Bill Axline and Bonnie Plnney had the highest averages, each having 5. Plan Guest Night The Roseville Chamber of Commerce has set Thursday night, Nov 12, as Rural Guest night and on that night the farmers of the community will be guests at the meeting. Ed Pflibsen, Eldon Brooks and W. T. Axline have been named as a committee to make arrangements for the meeting and to secure a speaker. Plans are also being made by the Chamber of Commerce for the Christmas celebration in Roseville, including a tree in the downtown area, Christmas decorations around the square and treats for the children of Roseville and community. Buy Building Fred and Howard Raylor, Roseville men forming the partnership in Taylor Bros. Insurance firm, have purchased the building on West Penn Avenue, formerly part of the Pittman Estate, and are.; remodeling the building for a new office for the firm. The Taylor Insurance firm has occupied an office in the Roseville Press building for many years. Party Planned The annual Halloween party of the Science and Art Club of Roseville will be held on Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. E. Lynn Hill on South Marin Street. Members and their husbands will ^be guests at the potluck dinner to'be served at 7 o'clock. Assisting as hostesses will be Mrs. R. F/ Fisher, Mrs. Ralph Switzer, Mrs.'! Tracey Watson, Mrs. Fred M.j Johnson and Mrs. Everett Taylor. After dinner, the evening will be spent with card games. rence Shunick. INFANT HANK MONMOUTH — Graveside services are to be held at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Monmouth Cemetery for Larry Lee Hank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hank, 520 W. Ninth Ave., who was stillborn at 4:45 o'clock this morning at Monmouth Hospital. Surviving are the parents; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hank; the maternal grandfather, Vernon Short, all of Monmouth; and the maternal grandmother, Mrs. William Billings of Burlington. Oiler Plek-tip Service For Donations to Yule Benefit Sale MONMOUTH - Anyone who wishes to make contributions for the eitywlde White Elephant sale and wa"nts the article picked up should call either Mrs. Leonard Twomey at 383 or Mrs. O. E. Sterett at 1810 by 5 p.m. Tuesday. The sale will be held Wednesday starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Monmouth Armory. Candy may be donated to the Candy stand before noon. Also anyone wishing to' take cakes, baked beans, potato salad, cottage cheese, jelly or jam may also take that to the food stand by Wednesday noon. Cash donations will also be accepted. Proceeds of the sale will be used for the Christmas Nativity Scene Fund. Get Steamboat Whistle For Minstrel; Plan Show for 2 Nights MONMOUTH — A steamboat Farm Official Urges Revised Credit Policy INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP) ~ Indiana's biggest farm organization told the touring House Agricultural Committee today farm prices would be higher—if consumers weren't allowed to get themselves so far into debt buying TV sets, automobiles and houses. Hassi] E. Schenck, president of the Indiana Farm Bureau, called for revised credit policies to prevent "abuses" of the installment buying plan. N He testified his group was not ready to take a definite stand on the question of whether the next session of Congress should continue rigid high farm support prices for basic DEATHS AND FUNERALS ARTHUR JAY ERNST Funeral services for Arthur Jay Ernst, 78, of 1040 W, Main St., who died Friday, were conducted today at 2 p.m. in the Kimber and West Chapelt' The Rev. John H. Clarke, pastor of the Knoxville Methodist C h u r o h, officiated. Songs were by Mr. and Mrs. Reid Carson, with Mrs. Harry Neave as organist. Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. Pallbearers were W. L. Stilt, Archie Dunn, Leo Stuart, II, A. Yelton, Frank Anderson and Arthur Taylor. Marriage License MONMOUTH — Henry D. An derson Jr. of Gary, Ind. and Halley Keeley of Monmouth. Paul L. Burton of Canton and Adeline L. Bailey of Monmouth. A farrier is a blacksmith, who shoes horses and mules. IN TIME FOR FALL HOUSE CLEANING 3 DAY SPECIAL Electrolux RECONDITIONED GUARANTEED With Attachments $3,95 Down 1.00 WEEK This AD DIAL 5243-2 For Free Home Demonstration — Sold by Homt Demonstration Only — ELGIN STORES 350 Park Lane Ave, Galesburg, 111. Plan Panel Discussion For Lincoln School PTA MONMOUTH—It will be Dad's Night at the Lincoln School P.T.A. meeting at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday. A group of men will participate in the panel discussion on good citizenship. Also on the program will be anj instrumental ensemble from the' high school directed by Mrs. Ada Marie Snyder and vocal solos by Harvey Johnson. Spring Grove Ag Club Will Elect Officers MONMOUTH — The Spring Grove Ag 4-H Club will hold its October meeting at the Gerlaw Community Club Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. There will be election of officers. Anyone interested in joining the club is invited to attend. Grandfathers On Cruise to 'Fish Forever 9 ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UP) — Two retired grandfathers from Lansing, Mich., sailed lazily down the Mississippi River today like modern Huckleberry Finns. J. Conrad Kremer, 63, and his brother, E. J. Kremer, 61, passed by here during the weekend in their 32-foot steel sailboat, the Bluenose. The brothers, both widowers, left Holland, Mich,, Oct. 2. Conrad was a professor of horticulture at Michigan State College until he retired recently. E/. was a commercial artist restoring paintings for a Dallas, Tex., gallery until he got the word from his brother that he was ready to set sail and "fish forever." "My pension will keep us floating indefinitely," the elder Kremer said. "If I ever write anything but my log book it'll be a story on how to chug down the Mississippi to the gulf and fish forever." The brothers said they had been planning their trip for many years. They said they weren't disturbed about losing four days when their boat, equipped with an auxiliary engine, was bounced around in a Lake Michigan storm after leaving Holland. "We have lots of days," Conrad explained. The brothers said their only problem is whether the 40 - foot mast of their boat will clear all the bridges from here to New Orleans. But they said they'd "cross those bridges" when they come to them. for basic crops or allow flexible and lower supports to go Sn^mttrefXw will '£?Z *> OLLED TO F,ND OUT WHAT THCY Flffiv °r Bd nln« C M JS" However, he added, they "seem" ^ y .^ nd Trni.n %T ^i 8 P to feel that much of the present "Vtt orcSa includes Fred Stan- ^"taT Confess "SJmSS Gporee Sinn enter past fcw y ears - • "Hooley" Swanson, head nVn-' '' T , hat ™« ,d encouraged strel man, has as his gagsters Bobi the farmers to make adjustments McLoskey, Howard Hanna, Dick Hall, Morin Schaeffer and Forrest Abbadusky Among special numbers will be Mrs, Tap Toe, a group of married women from Galesburg and surrounding area with a dancing routine which won first place on "The Golden Opportunity," TV show at WOC Also on the program are young Donna Sue and Roger Arthur, Tickets will be delivered by calling Dick Hall at 3608 in Monmouth. Peorians Open New TV Station PEORIA, 111. UPl — WTVH-TV, Peoria's second television station, televisied its first program Sunday. Hilltop Broadcasting Corp. of which Hugh R. Norman is president and his son, George, vice president, owns the new UHF station. Hilltop also operates radio station WTVH, Peoria, and KSTT, Davenport, Iowa. The new 24,000 watt station is on Channel 19. George Norman said it is affiliated with and will carry programs of the CBS, ABC and Dumont networks. It will be on the air five to six hours a day starting at 5 p. m. Peoria's other television station of WEEK-TV, Channel 43. Tuesday Rites Set For Mrs. Walters MONMOUTH—Mrs. Sophia M. Walters, 84, former Warren County resident, died Sunday at 2:20 p.m. at the Tobin Nursing Home in El Paso after an illness of several weeks. She had been at the home for more than a year, Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Lugg Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Harry Cochran in charge. Friends may call at the chapel. Burial will be in the Cedar Creek Cemetery, Mrs. Walters was born July 14, 1869, in Holstein, Germany. She came to America when 3 months old. She was married to William H. Walters Feb. 29, 1888, at Cedar Creek where they resided until his death, May 16, 1944. She was the only living charter member of the Little York Methodist Church. Despite the fact that she was crippled as a result of polio she led an active life. Survivors Include two sons, Er. nest of Monmouth, and Harold of Bloomington, Four children preceded her In death including a son, Henry, who died while serving in World War I. Also surviving are two brothers, John and James Piper, both of Monmouth; and five grandchildren. Set G. T. Club Event GILSON—A wiener roast will be held by the G. T. Club Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on the Ralph Brotherton farm, just south of the Knoxville "Y" on Route 97. The affair is organized for members and their families. The northern shrike impales its victim on a thorn or fence barb before eating it. Mother Dies With 5 Children in Three-Story Home AMBLER, Pa. WV-A mother and her five children are dead in one of the worst fire tragedies in the history of this suburban Philadel phia community. The husband and father of the victims and four guests of the fam ily escaped the blaze which swept through their three-story home early Sunday. An oil stove explosion touched off the blaze, firemen reported, and in seconds flames shot up an open stairway leading to the upper two floors. The victims were all trapped in their bedrooms. Two people on the second floor es caped. In their production on a voluntary basil and probably would have avoided much of the regimentation which will be enforced during 1955," he testified. Dean H. J. Reed of Purdue Uni versity's School of Agriculture also spoke out against rigid high supports as long-range farm legislation. The rigid government production controls required to hold down surpluses under such a program probably would "put agriculture in a straitjacket," he said. Peoria Vice Queen Admits Evasion Of Income Taxes SPRINGFIELD, 111. (/Pi— A Decatur auto dealer and an alleged Peoria vice queen pleaded guilty today to evasion of federal income taxes. Federal Judge Charles G. Briggle referred their cases for probation investigation. Chester E. Cooper, former president of the Cooper Oldsmobile Co., pleaded to a five-count indictment alleging that he, individually, and his firm evaded $77,616 in taxes from 1946 to 1948.' Elaine Simpson, who federal authorities said operated three houses of prostitution, admitted guilt to an indictment charging evasion of $207,644 in income taxes for 1946 through 1950. Answer Two Fire Calls In Roseville Area ROSEVILLE—The Roseville fire department was called to the farm home of Alvin Hollenberg on Friday morning about 10 o 'clock when the Voorhees truck with a corn sheller on it caught fire. Thoi corn shucks fell against the exhaust pipe of the truck and ignited The truck was badly damaged but the corn sheller was undamaged. A fire on Thursday afternoon at the farm of Mrs. W. C. Owen, east of town, was caused by burning corn shucks and was quickly extinguished with but little damage. Aledo ALEDO — Mrs, Ethel Morrison was hostess to the Monday afternoon Bridge Club. Guests were Mrs. R, G. Davison and Mrs. Hiram Parkman, Chapter H of P.E.O. met this afternoon with Mrs. Dale Ives entertaining at her home. The district meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild was held Sunday at the First Methodist Church in Aledo. The Aledo Unit of Mercer County Home Bureau met Tuesday after noon at the home of Mrs. Russell Sandquist, Assisting hostesses were Mrs. J. R. Sherrard and Mrs, Willis Toellen. The Builders Class of the Aledo Baptist Church held a Halloween party Friday evening in the church basement with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Mortan Hall in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lyle Decker left Moline Airport Friday afternoon for Anchorage, Alaska, where she will join her husband, A.3.C. Lyle Decker. They plan to live there about two years, Mrs, Nelle Rlddell and daughter, Ernestine, returned to Springfield Monday evening after spend ing a week here with relatives MRS. NOAH WOLFE DALLAS CITY — Mrs. Nonh Wolfe, 83, of Lomax, died today at 3 a.m. in her home, following an illness of several years. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Lomax Christian Church, with burial to be in the Crane Cemetery at Lomax. Friends may call at the Martin Funeral Home in Dallas City. The former Miss Beatrice Burkett, Mrs. Wolfe was born in Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 30, 1870, and was a year old when her family located at Terre Haute. Mrs. Wolfe was married to Mr. Wolfe at Carthage Jan. 7, 1903, and they later established their home in Lomax. Besides her husband, Mrs, Wolfe is survived by a son, George Wolfe, also of Lomax; a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Waterman, Brainerd, Minn., and a brother, Clarence Burkett, Fort Myers, Fla. JAMES W. ENDRES VICTORIA—James W. Endres, 66, died Sunday at 11:30 a. m. in the Veterans Hospital at Iowa City, where he had been admitted last Carthage Meters Installed Over Board's Objection CARTHAGE, 111. (UP)—Installation of parking meters along streets bounding the Hancock County Courthouse grounds was scheduled today despite strong opposition from county officials. County supervisors threatened to turn the grounds, considered one of the most picturesque in Illinois, into a parking lot if the city insisted on putting up the meters. A few cars were parked on the lawn over the weekend. Some county officials said they might go so far as to put black top on the lawn, destroying the grass and shade trees over 75 years old. Thursday. He had been ill some time. Mr. Endres was born at Elmwood April 15, 1887, and attended school there. His marriage to Florence Anderson took place Feb. 20, 1030, and she preceded him In death Dec. 27, 1952. He had resided most of his life In this community. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Clayton of Kewanee, and a number of nieces and nephews. His parents, John and Eleanor Endres, three brothers and two sisters preceded him in denth. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Johnson and Gill Chapel at Galvn, where friends may call Tuesday evening. Burial will be in the Victoria Cemetery. FRANK J. "HAPPY" MILLER Frank J. "Happy" Miller, 69, an insurance agent, died Sunday at 7:25 a.m. in his home at 628 E. Grove St. He had been ill three years. Mr. Miller was born March 27, 1884, at Linden and attended schools there. His marriage to Mabel B. Steinmeyer took place in Galesburg Dec. 27, 1946. He was one of tho first motormen employed by tho Rock Island Southern Railway between Monmouth and Galesburg. He was engaged in this work from 1904 to 1913, moving to Galesburg in tho latter year to enter the insurance- business. Ho conducted this business 40 years until forced to retire on account of Illness. He had been a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge. Surviving are the wife; a son, Basil Z, Miller of Camp Point; a daughter, Mrs, Vanessa Birdsail of Douglas, Wyo.; a sister, Mrs. Jennie Mast of Los Angeles, Calif., six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the (Continued on page 21) BOYS.'GIRLS.'13 to 18 for an externally caused BAD COMPLEXION Do thin: Cleanse with Cuticura Soap—It's different, medicated. Then apply Cuticura Ointment 15!) K _y J to hclp'relieve externally ^ caused pimples and rashes, remove black, heads. Cuticura often satisfies when others disappoint Buy at druggist, CUTICURA Delayed by Dulles LONDON (UP)—An impatient resident of No. 10 Downing Street paced back and forth at the door recently waiting for Prime Minis ter Winston Churchill to finish his talk with U. S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, When Dulles left Churchill's residence, the prime minister's pet cat cast a scornful glance at Dulles and dashed inside through the open door. To Do Degree Work CAMERON—The degree staff of Cameron I.O.O.F. Lodge 786 will have their class of candidates in Galesburg tonight to confer the second degree with the candidates for Galesburg Lodge 142. BED WETTING STOPPED Doctor Developed — Approved by Many Doctors Bed wetting in children over 4 creates many critical problems which may affect the child's future life. Science has at last developed a safe, simple solution to the bed wetting problem — THE ENURTONE METHOD — as described in The Medical Journal of Pediatrics. Full details on the proven ENURTONE method will be sent to you free of charge or obligation without embarrassment to the family or child. Simply MAIL in coupon ENURTONE COMPANY. Dept. RH2-1 154 E. Erie Chicago 11. 111. Name „ . (FUASE MINT) Address , Cliy LEONARD'S JEWELERS SALE CONTINUES Open Every Night Till 9 p.m. 1.00 *LOO '1.00 ONE DOLLAR MYSTERY Largest part of a mesquite tree is below the ground. How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly in Place Do your fait* teath annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk? Just jprlnkla a little FASTEBTH on your plates. This alkaline (non-acid) powder holds false teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Poes not sour. Checks '"plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH today at any drug itore. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND AN OPEN MEETING. A prominent member of the Indianapolis group will speak on "ALCOHOLISM." Civic minded and interested people are urged to attend this meeting and become acquainted with our problems and what we are trying to accomplish. Place: MONMOUTH ARMORY Date: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 Time: 8:00 P. M. Free Admission GRAB BAGS Hundreds of pieces of merchandise from our stock! PICK A DIAMOND! PICK A WATCH! HURRY, GET YOURS! FREE GIFTS! AUo come In and register for the FREE $100 Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Ring! Nothing to buy . , , no obligation! Sponsored by Galesburg-Monmouth Groups. Regular $5.00 Famous Make Alligator Grain WALLETS for '1.49 Lay-away Christmas flifti Now! Select any item in our store. You'll be wist to select that gift now! No t»tr« cost for this Uy. away service. Beautifully Styled Scatter Pins Hundreds to choose from. 77 Values to $2.50 Beautiful Assorted Earrings Latest Styles. Many to choose from. 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