Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 21, 1953 · Page 27
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Wednesday, October 21, 1953
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Pupils at Abingdon Vote on King and Queen of Homecoming ABINGDON — Thorn is no lacklson, Tedo Vomer ind Rose Anno of Interest, in Abingdon IlighjLomnx. School Homecoming if the numbcrj Also, Donald McDormoit, Marion of candidates for King, Queen and Hopkins, Kalhryn Slegall, Karen attendants is any indication. The Davis, Nancy Peterson, Don Ad- pctitions were due at noon on cock, Ruth Anne Sherman, Wayne Tuesday and the senior high slu-JAlien, David Ray and Joan Reatha- dent body is voting today, jford. In the race for Queen are senior] Mrs. Mae Cramer is the diree girls Vida Tatum, Shirley Whitney, tor. Elaine Butts, Linda Schislcr, Pal NBC Club Bond, Marilyn Wier, Rosolyn Van- Mrs. Frank Shank was hostess dcrWerl, Joyce Heimer, Ola to members of the NBC Club at Rrooks, Darlenc Cook, Barbara her home Monday evening. Two Rrownson, Mnrelyn VnnderWcrt, tables of contract were enjoyed Wert, Nancy Moore, JoAnn Swan- following dessert refreshments, son and Wilma Hood. Gnosis included Mrs. Charles M. Up for King from the senior boys Hunter and Mrs. L. P. Dochow. are Bud Cozad, Dick Tucker, Pete Mrs. Wayne Clinc won high club Peterson, Bo Evans, Harry Dur-'prize, Mas. L. P. Dechow, the bin, Denny Ahlcrt, Don Way and;high guest, Mrs. Charles Hunter, Chuck Batson. Junior attendants second high, and Mrs. Russell will be chosen from candidates'Reese, the traveling prize. Karen Davis, Nancy Johnson,! Ask for Names Kathryn Stcgall, Shirley Johnson,! Anyone having addresses of Ab- Sandra Hovel!, Rosie Lotnax, Ruth ingdon servicemen overseas will Ann Sherman, Lois Pctrie, Judy.please contact Mrs. Harold Knott, Benson, Mary Kay Schuck andphonc 2303, 205 W. Latimer St., Mary Kendrick, Dave Ifjckcy,representative of the American Roger McCullum, Bob Hatch, Don Legion Auxiliary, by Nov. 1 so Adcock, David Ray and Dick Cox.jClirislmas gifts may be mailed to Phil Dechow is the only entryl tncm of the sophomore boys. Margery „ „ , No ' c '"rtlu ay Lewis, Sharon Duniap, Barbara! . S ;! ,lyu . J ° Peck , celebrated her Rood, Joan Oiomon, Marthabirthday at Lincoln School Hainfcs, Rita Heimer, Nancy How-^n/lay when her mother Mrs. ard. Gene Ann Anderson, Hollis f 1obcrut1 , r eck -, brought treats for Boyer. Kay Reese, Beverly Foster i thc children of her grade. and Sharon Hunt arc competing' ,, _ nil I move nmnnc the cirls Mrs - °P al Hcbcrer and children, among ine gins. gnd (o from From thc freshmen group, peti-! Ab j , on about ' Nov . i t „ Elvaston (ions were circulated for Cloe Jean; wnerc hcr ls rcsiflc They Gorshne, Nancy Pateron, Myrtle havc lim] in Abingclon the past Ford, Bonnie Moore, Gary McKee,;, hri>f) vnarQ Bob Heberer and Ruel Howerton. The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday, October 21, 1953 27 GALVA FRANCES TOWNSEND City Editor Office 206 Front Street - Phones: Office 167, Home 195 Open 2 to 5 p. m, Monday Through Saturday (For Mined Paperi Call 19S) busy with float decorating, dec oration of thc gym for thc dance, plans for the football field decoration, parade plans, and it is hoped that many alumni and friends arc planning to witness the Nelson, J. B. Johnston, Floyd Norman, Lloyd Hanson, Floyd Walker, Irving Anderson, Fremont Anderson, Donald Love, Dale Johnson, Harlan Nelson, Everett John Nelson, and C. three years. . , , . , . , . , Win Costume Prizes The student body at large is| ]lalIowcen coslume prizes wcrc won by Mrs. Eldon Brokaw and Hack Wilson at thc Abingdon Kiwanis Ladies Night held at Docey Doc Square Dance Club Monday evening. A buffet supper was fi0n < Frank served to thc 55 present, Gsmos JSfjuei. parade at 2:45 Friday when thc:^ dancing wcrc enjoyed and Slight improvement is being band will load the parade bcgin-| izcs won b Mrs L j Wi]son noted in the condition of Mr. Nel- ning at the nigh school; to see the^j^ Brokaw Wilford Andrews son - * Jc ls a "' e to slt U P * or snor t Limestone • Abingdon foootball an j 'rjr j A Bowman Next week'times. The Nelsons have two chil- gamo called for 7:30 o 'clock and e ] ection 0 f officers will take place.i drcn . a S irl and b °y many will attend the dance be-, ^yjii jyf ee t ginning at 10 and lasting until 1: Thc Neighborly Circle will be o'clock. Crowning of the King and cnt ertained Thursday afternoon at Queen will be held at 10:30 p.m. thc nome of Mrs Haney Ricney . ... M ^ T , AT , , - I T; 0 ;, ll0m f „ I Names Omitted Miss Malcolm Huff and Mrs.; The names ()f Mrs Eugene John Lewis were hostesses lo.Hoppfng, daughter, Monica, and T, h ^ P i° rTBB ' P,IE0 ;; at I1 'i nols iMrs. Edith Roberts and son, Lyle, P.L.O. Home in Knoxvillc lues- were ornittcd f rom the list of those day afternoon. Sixteen members attending the birthday dinner Sun- and two guests were present Mrs. day at the home of Mr . and Mrs . Winifred Daugherty of Fergus iIra Hopping I Falls, Minn., and Mrs. Bassett ,aj Tells of Indians 1 resident of the home, were guests! Monday night at a pot i uck dinnen and spoke briefly. ; in ^ Congregational Church par- Mrs. Guy Duniap presided at the lors a goodly group of peopIe were business meeting which followed a; delIghted with a talk by Mrs. P. brief tour of the home. Gibbets of Rapid City, S. D., who Thc program consisted of papers ;is a sioux Indian . she was re- PICK CORN FOK NEIGHBOR— Thc home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nelson, located southwest of Galva, was the scone of a community corn picking orr Tuesday. Thirty-three men of the neighborhood banded together to pick thc 150 acres of corn of Mr. Nelson, a polio patient who has been confined for 11 weeks at St, Francis Hospital in Peoria and later the Forest Park home. The work was completed during the late afternoon. Thei women of the neighborhood served a bountiful n\eal. The dinner was served in the yard of the Nelson home. Women who assisted during the day were Mrs. Dale Nelson, Mrs, Clyde Nelson, Mrs. Elmer Gustafson, Mrs. Frank Nelson, Mrs. Earle Nelson, Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. Ethel Anderson, Mrs. Ambrose Nelson and Mrs. Howard Magnuson. Many others brought contributions of food for thc dinner. Men who assisted with the corn- picking, hauling and olher work connected with the day's work wore D. P. Johnson, Doc Butler, Myrl Kenney, Elbert Kcnney, Floyd Peck, LeRoy Anderson, John MoKirgen, Floyd E. Bolin, Robert Kcnney, Elmer Gustafson, Harold R. Johnson, Clyde E. Nelson, Irving D. Ekstedt, Joe Geiger, ! Irving C. Ekstedt, Lester Hanson, Earle Nelson, Frank Lipke, Earl Jaqucl, DEATHS AND FUNERALS G. ELLIOTT OAKES G. Elliott Oakes, 62, died at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Waukesha, Wis. His wife is the former Vera Cedorolh of Gales- ALBERT ROWE Albert Rowe of Palo Alto, Calif., former Galesburg resident, died Sunday evening in a Palo Alto Hos He had been ill for two years burg. Funeral services and burial • Mr. Rowe had been a resident of will be held Thursday at Wauke-jGalesburg and Knoxvillc for 15 sha, j years and lived the last five years Besides thc wife, a daughter, in California. He had worked as a Roberta, survives. Death was due I coal miner for the Thermal Coal to natural causes, SAMUEL CLAY WARD Private burial services were held in Memorial Park Cemetery this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock for Samuel Clay Ward, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward of 409 N. West St. He was born Oct. 7, 1953, in Cottage Hospital, was a premature baby and was taken to the hospital in Peoria. Surviving are his mother and father and the following sisters and brothers: Marvin, Reuben, Benny, Carrol and Sandra. Galva Council Will Assist in Centennial Decorating Plans D. W. CAREY LaHARPE — David Wesley Carey, 29, son of Mr. and Mrs. [George W. Carey, died Monday at ithc U. S. Veterans Hospital at Iowa City. He was a resident of I Burlington, and had been ill the i past year and hospitalized for j three weeks Company. He was born April 26, 1884, in East. Peoria. In 1907 he married Sophy Pasco in Rock Island. Surviving arc his wife; a son, Gerald Rowe, Peoria; a daughter, Mrs. Fred Hope of Mountain View, Calif.; three brothers, Tom of Sunnyland, 111., Joe of Peoria and William of East Peoria; four sisters, Mrs. Frank Pasco of Galesburg, Mrs. Chester Samuelson of Rock Island, Mrs. James McCreight of Rock Island and Mrs. Eli Irwin of Niles, Mich., three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services will be held in the First and Puckett Funeral Home Friday at 2 p. m. Thc Rev. Charles Downes will officiate. Burial will be in East Linwood Cemetery. JAMES II. FLAHERTY James H. Flaherty of 159 N. Kellogg St., who would have been 87 years old Thursday, died Tuesday at 7:30 a. m. in St. Mary's Hospital, where he had been a patient since the early part of September. Mr. Flaherty was born in Mercer County Oct. 22, 1866, attended schools and grew up in that community, As a young man, he moved to his own farm, north of North Henderson, where he resided until he retired temporarily in 1940. He later entered a farm partnership with his brother, Charles, in the Galva, area. Illness forced him to give up farming, and he moved to Galesburg to make his home with his sister-in-law, Mrs. James P. Welch of 159 N. Kellogg St. Mr. Flaherty was married to Miss Mary Hoben Jan. 2.3, 1915, in St. Patrick's Catholic Church here. Mrs. Flaherty died Dec. 18, 1932. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Mary O'Leary of Santa Monica, Calif.; four brothers, Michael of Montgomery, 111., D. D. of Alexis, Charles of Gl„enview and Richard of Matherville, Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 9:30 a. m. in St. Patrick's Church and burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p. m. Thursday at the residence of Mrs. P. Welch, 159 N. Kellogg RALPH DEAN ALLEN Funeral services for Ralph Deanl J' Alien of 659 N. Seminary St., who |i * m ",,.*L V^p* '"l" died Sunday were held in thel & , l ;'7. h , C ? ninf^a l'L,t Funeral services will be held atillinchliff-Wilson Funeral Chapel] clted that cvening at 8 0 clock ' 2:00 Thursday afternoon at the;today at 2 p. m. a /niic nnDiipp Radden Funeral Home at La-; Thc Rev. Roland Holmberg ofi Ti;!?,""^'!* D „ V iHarpe, the Rev. Edgar M. Shaw, the Bethel Baptist Church offici-' _ KF '""' SB V RCr ~ Willis Boruff, v„.~,„—Working on plans fori Korean veterans will be guestsipastor of Union Church at La-ated. Mrs. Dale B. Johnson wasj 7 ?'J? . 41 Tl 0ri f* .?• t0 ™ er resiacnl the celebration of Galva's Cenlen-iof honor of the Legion at a mcet-: ir a r Pe, officiating. Burial will be the organist. i of Ke } ihs ™ T & dlCf J Tuesday at 7 nial in 1954 was one of the itemsjing to be held Wednesday night,j>n Terre Haute Cemetery. \ T he name of Mr. Allen's motherw' ,ah ',H hlL m ITZrS of business at the regular mcetingjNov. 4. This is a day earlier] He was born Jan. 19, 1924, at:Mrs. Georgia Allen, was omitted 1 *" >ears> " G naa Dee 1,1 severai of Galva City Council Tucsday;than the regular meeting of the : Disco, near LaHarpe, a son of yesterday in the list of survivors. It was voted unanimously un,t so members are reminded ofjGeorge Wesley and Mary Towlc . UU„ -U T-l„ ( 1 r, ; \ n A .,„t„,„„ „f U7„«.1,I GALVA- f T , B ^i°.!l?l 0n t,^ Department Orpni-lCareP: A veteran of World ^ AR MRS. RAY ENLOW tee a clearing house for all conce.s-| zatlo , n offl , ter ^ Aiken wil bei II he was employed as a trucker: Mrs R EnloW) former resi . sions to be held in connection with « ucs ^ ^akcr Special invitations;and resided at Pontiac, Mich., be-| d t f im j efie r S on St. in Gales- the centennial. The move was .are being sent to the Korean vcts.fore moving to Burlington ^ burg, died in St. John's Sanatorium nit. iiiiit-niMcii. inu , of the community. However, any months ago. He was a member of. cU r ; n crfipirt thk mornine at 4 the Greenmound Cemetery, taken as an act of courtesy as we.l jvcteran u , ho na / bcen overlooked;the Disco Methodist Church. > ,n s P rin g field this mormng V n S , v i t years. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Steubinger Funeral Home at Keithsburg, with thc Rev. Harold Andrews, pastor of the local Christian Church, officiating. Burial will be here in M.jas eliminating duplications on!, s askcd to considcr himself ln nSt n whh to ha";' sZe'S & vil f • 10 thG , T"?, 8 i rCgart ^ esS HARRY G. HIGGINS JR. sell U is planned to study t h ^ u IV, Harr >' Gtennwood Higgins Jr., of N . Prairie St. m tier s To cost and plans tor the Thc Flrst^Ald course^ 434 N „ W ^, ST T ^ ^ • ^Tfv! ^T™". wL ^u' decorating and the finance com ^ »™°£ n Sonso ?ed by [he 1 f ?.^° SPltal TuCSd8y aftcrnoonin g f »J« &MBER AND WEST FU ' miltee headed by Alderman W. A.; American Red cross, was com -i He was born July 28 1926 in! 5o^M? S «N)I ' a »h ^ m f?pr^mi.?pi! p ! e L ed a ^ l , he ^ c S U 2 g u T , uesd ? y iGambles, Md„ and was' baptized]MRS. NINA M. DUNCAN details as to.what the committee| n)ght al Galva High School. The in the Methodist Church there. He! Funeral services for Mrs. Nina wants and where they plan to have following members were enrolled lived most of his life in Gales- 1 M. Duncan, 46, of Chicago, a for- the decorating. „ 0 .| and completed the course: stand- burg attended local schools andmer Galesburg resident who died A check in the amount of S25.ard course, Mrs. Robert Odishaw,: was g raduated from Galesburg j Saturday night in St. Francis Hos- was voted to be returned to Cham- Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. A. F.; High Schoo ) pi ta l i n Chicago, were held in the ^1JiS^;^£X^X^"^^to n i »»«jw ;«?5r and Wesl ChapeI Way a l i parking meters in the city during Crosby and Stephen P. Henkes. In-, SUDer jChristian Church officiated. The . ._ i : ctriiri-nrc fnr thp rnnrcp u-prp ^CIILL unci, one i» llic du OULICI T , , ixr«..«« T»irr.« was Mrs. Wayne lryon on peace participation by Mrs H. M. Bloomer and the educational loan fund by Mrs. Clara Smith Hospitalized Miss Alcne Hqrren is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital where her room number is 201. She was ad mitted Saturday for observation. Junior Class Piay Gown of Glory, an adaptation of the novel by Agnes Sligh Turn bull, has been chosen as the junior class play, to be given Friday, Nov. 13. Thc book, Gown of Glory, was one of the new novels placed in the high school library last year. It has been read and en joyed by many of the students, so they were happy to find a new dramatization of the novel. It is the story of a modest minister in a small Pennsylvania town in the 1900's. Thc work of the parish, the affairs of the members of his family, and the problems of his wayward parishioners con tribute to a drama packed with suspense and humor. In the cast are: Sonny Howcr ton, Sandra Hovell, Don Peake, Judy Benson, Mary Kendrick, Noel Moore, Larry Kellogg, David Poul- ABINGDON JAYCEES THANK YOU for your kind aitittinc* on our project lo purchtto • rtiuilntor for the Abingdon Fir* Protective District. More thin 18S contributed, railing $720.00 total. Of thii amount $663 was paid for the E.ftJ. Reiutitator and attachments. The $57 remaining will be turned over to the Fire Department for iti use, the purchase of oxygen and maintenance. The completion of thii project gives ui more satisfaction than any other we have ever attempted and because of your Interest and kindness it was made possible. ROBERT STONE, President porting on Congregational missionary activities among the American Indians. Abingdon Personals Mrs. J. C. Van 'Ness of Bonaparte, Iowa, has visited the past two weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. A. Hessler, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Noel were called to Omaha, Neb. by the death of Mr. Noel's sister, Mrs. Frank Elders. Funeral services will be held on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Pearl Peterson, Alonzo and Nancy, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gordon spent last weekend in Kenosha, Wis. visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Zimmerman Miss Bessie Atchison returned Monday from Peoria where she spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rayl. Hubert Meadows of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meadows. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wier and sons, Don and Dick, of LaGrangc were weekend guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wier. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Wier spent Saturday there also. Fred Bowes of LaCrescenta, Calif, is spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Ralphe A. Harris. Mrs. Martha Z'occhi and Mr. and Mrs. Bud James of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Ralphe Harris Their guests entertained with Mexican dancing in costume to Cuban orchestral recordings and showed pictures at the Fiesta din ner at the Congregational Church on Saturday evening. These re cordings were of Mr. James' Cuban orchestra. Mrs. Celeste Lindoft and Mrs. J. E. Rapuzzi returned from a motor trip South where they visited Williamsburg and Richmond, Va., Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Asheville, N. C RITES SET THURSDAY — Funeral services for Mrs. Albert Ogburn of Galva, who died Monday, will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday a/tcrnoon at the Galva Messiah Lutheran Church with burial in Galva Cemetery. ORDER YOUR STORM SASH muNOWiiH MADE TO ORDER - FREE ESTIMATE CALL HAWKINSON MFG. CO. 151 Cedar Avenue Dial 7393-6 NOTES BIRTHDAY —Edmund L Smith, who makes his home with his grandniece, Mrs. Faye Calvert in Galva, is celebrating his 82nd birthday today. No special o"b servance was planned today, al though Mrs. Calvert expects to be hostess to a group of friends Thursday afternoon in celebration of the event. Mr. Smith was born in Henry "while the Chicago fire was burning" as he pointed out. He spent 60 years in California and for the past four years has resided in Galva at the home of M PS . Calvert. The Misses Addie, Abbie and Bertha Smith are cousins of the honored member. Mr. Smith and Mrs. Calvert were dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lewin, east of Galva. o'clock- l Born on a farm near Keithsburg She was the daughter of Mr. Aug. 20, 1883 Mr Boruff was nd Mrs. Waldo Simmons of 1428|reared and educated in this community. Dollar Day which lasted for a two-j sectors day period several weeks ago. The] Council felt that they had considered the gesture to be a full contribution and therefore the checkl was not accepted. Alderman George Norbom of. for the course He is survived by a brother, Omer Boruff, Keithsburg. MRS. WALLACE LARSON Mrs. Wallace Larson, 65, of near Wataga, died at 10:30 o'clock this morning at St. Mary's Hospital. She had been ill a month. Funeral services will be announced by Kimber and West Funeral Home. were! — — —- — - ..... , James White and Haskell Gill. i VISor ot the Galesburg elementary! organist In the refresher course taughti scno °l s - land the singer was Mrs. Everett| by Carl E. Whitehouse and Robert! He %vas a m ember of the Sea;Eager. Cox the following were enrolled:iBees in World War II and served; Burial was in East Linwood| Vernon C. Airie, Ernest Barlow; tnr ee years in the South Pacific, j Cemetery. Jr., Mrs. Everett Bonar, Alvin! His hobbies were guns and hunt-| Pallbearers were Fred the Water Works departmenti? ha i let - 9 r , lie H - Chilb erg, Ivan'jng- He was employed by the Bur-!Harry Baker, James Collins, Al- eg- o/rfiV * * J- Coon, John B. Thompson, Mrs.;hngton Railroad for 10 years. fred Cooper, Harolrl Johnson and! **********<JVo*neW^fiaft^€ Clifford Pobanz and Mrs. Robert! Surviving are his wife; his par-!Harold Carpenter. and Mrs. H. G. Higgins j stated that a large amount of wa ter had been sold at the plant with three and four trucks lined up at a time taking on water. Joe J. Lord of the parks and cemeteries committee informed the council that the part time helper at the cemetery was no longer on the city payroll. Urban" Smith who is as sisting in Galva parks is cleaning up the parks of leaves and two new fireplaces have been built, one in each of Wiley and Washington Parks. Roadways in the parks have also been improved. Landscaping work has been completed at the two comfort stations, although the fixtures for the station in Washington Park have hot yet arrived. Alderman Lord also expects to close the two stations about the end of the month. A communication from a Peoria bonding house was to the effect that they were willing to purchase bonds of the city. However, as Mayor D. R. Lapan pointed out, it is first necessary io produce a notarized statement by Henry County Clerk Bloomberg, as to th Swanson. ients, Mr Of the enrollment several mem-!°f Galesburg; two brothers, Rob-iLEE O. HARRIS bers are bus drivers for Galvajert L. of Galesburg and Carroll! Funeral services school district. Vernon Airie, Ernest Barlow Jr., Alvin Charlet and Orlie H. Chilberg were members of the refresher course and John A. Oberg, Allen Crosby and Ste-jNorfolk, Va., and Mrs phen P. Henkes were members ofjCraig of Encino, Calif. for Lee O M. of Sweetwater, Tex.; four sis-lHarris, 615 E. 5th St., Burlington ters, Mrs. Vivian M. Perrigo and jI Railroad engineer, who died Sun- Mrs. Maribelle Nordberg, both of!day at 12:15 a.m. after completing Galesburg, Mrs. Bertha Godsil of; a run from Chicago, were held in Marjorielthe Kimber and West Chapel this 'morning at 10:30. HINCHLIFF & WILSON 287 N. BROAD ST. * PHONE 4488 the standard course. | Funeral services will be held ini The Rev. Frederick L. Gilson of Thrown From Tractor [the Hinchliff & Wilson Funeral;the First Baptist Church officiated Gustav Krantz of Galva is a pa-jChapel Thursday at 2:30 p.m. TheThe organist was Mrs. Wayne tient in St. Francis Hospital in;Rev. Jual Ford of First Method-|Tryon. Kewanee suffering with bruisesiist Church will officiate. Military; Pallbearers were B. J. Joseph and cuts which he received about!services will be conducted at son, S. C. Bowles, O. N. Henning, 11 o'clock Tuesday morning a short distance from Center Prairie, south of Galva. Krantz, who is employed by Galva Farm Equipment Company, was taking aj tractor to the Center Prairie vicinity and was pulling a wagon. He was traveling on a gravel road and suddenly hit a hole in the road which threw him from the tractor. It was not definitely known whether or not the wagon graveside. Friends may at the chapel. call this MRS. C. E. MARSH Mrs. C. E. Marsh of 561 N. Prairie St. died this morning at 9 o'clock in Cottage Hospital. She was the widow of the late Charles Marsh, former road foreman for the Burlington Railroad, ran over him, but it is thought un-i Funeral arrangements are pend- likely that he was hit by the trac-jing at the Kimber and West Fu- 'or. He was taken to the hospital neral Home, amount of taxes to be spread in where examination showed a dis-j the next year, before the bonding located shoulder together with MRS. FRANCES SHARPE house can be notified concerning multiple cuts and scratches about! LaHARPE — Mrs. Frances Mc- the purchase of the bonds. * ^ le 6 s - jCulloch Sharpe, 83, was found The following bills and claims! „ , WiU ? 1 ?f t „ , !^ad in her home here Monday. Galva unit of Henry County She resided alone and had been Home Bureau will meet Friday;in impaired health in recent years, afternoon at 2 o'clock in the homeShe is believed to have died about of Mrs. Dallas Brown, Major les-4 a.m. Monday. Investigation was son of the day will be on the;made during the day by relatives N. R. Ator, Mac Williams and evening R. V. Newstrom. The Sunshine Class of the First Baptist Church attended in a group Burial was in Memorial Park Cemetery. were allowed and ordered paid: water works, $745.67; sewers, $291.94; streets and walks, $70.87; cemetery, $237.30; police, $335.20; fees and salaries, $201.50; incident tals, $1.18; garbage, $66; fire department, $238.56. Total, $2,301.42. Receipts and disbursements in the general fund indicated that the balance, per treasurer's report was $5,890.48; in the water and sewer fund, balance $9,297.89. Legion Council Meets One hundred were present for the Henry County Council of Amer ican Legion and Auxiliary meeting held Tuesday night in Legion Hall. Meeting opened with a buffet ham dinner and was followed by the program of the evening. Tebles were attractively decorated with low arrangements of red and white carnations. Dr. C. J. Maginel, comniander of Wilbur Hagberg Post, served as master of ceremonies for the program. Music was furnished by a girls' sextette from Galva High School under the: direction of Miss Nelrose Corkill. | County Legion Commander Louis topic, "Looking Your Best Every Day," led by Mrs. Weldon Hoxworth and Mrs. George F. Hayes. Roll call will be answered by the theme, "Tricks or Treats." Note Birthday since neighbors had not seen her during the day. Surviving are three grandchildren and ten great­ grandchildren. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Banks Funeral home with the Rev. A. G. Vail of the Christian Church in charge. Burial was in the LaHarpe Ceme- j tery. Oscar Anderson of the Victoria community was honored Sunday evening on the occasion of his 89th birthday. His daughter, Mrs. Harold Larson of Galva, baked a birthday cake and members of his family gathered to help him celebrate. Those present in addition to his sons, Arthur and Carl Anderson, were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Waverly Huber of Galva; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greep and Rebefcah and Bobby of Jenison, Mich. Mrs. Ernest Barlow Jr. and son, Randy, |_ . ,„. „ ,. . . were callers at the Anderson home 00 . 1 - * 7 - .J he Sw f dl ? fh s . u PP? r has Sunday afternoon. |g. alned w » de Popularity judging by At Grand Lodge the crowds of the past several Twenty-four members attended 1 ^ 3 "-. Ladl , es . of , th | <*V r . ch are the meeting of I.O.O.F. Lod ge i dressed m typical Swedish cos Whales are not aimless wanderers, but have accustomed haunts and travel beaten tracks in annual migrations. Korea used rain gauges in 1442, some 200 years before rainfall records were kept in Europe. WHAT IS THAU term ¥ 9 Kopp introduced the following Le-I"^ J™™£ htv - n their "hku Re tume for the affair and m ^ 01 eon hearts C.PIWB HAHOPS Tlli. ™ uo ' ,U 6'"- *" "<»"• '^Uu gion heads, George Hedges, ni»-jf rp( . hmMlt , wpre sprvpri hv „ „ om nois Veterans' Commission; WU-i!5?^ me ?il,^,™ 8 e %£ A byT *u-°.™ lard Peterson, Victoria, 15th Dis trict commander, and Ed Aiken, department organizational officer. Oscar Russell, former organization officer of the Legion's Department of Illinois, was guest speaker and told of the American Legion program and its fight against Communism. Johnson mittee including Floyd and John Mascall. Several members of the local I.O.O.F. Lodge, Encampment and Rebekahs are attending sessions of;^* 1 the grand lodge in session this * ewanee week in Springfield. Bert John the typical Swedish decorations are used to lend atmosphere to the basement rooms where the event is held. To Hospital Frank Arbuckle was taken to Public Hospital shortly before 6 o'clock Tuesday night KIMBER & WEST Air-Conditioned Chapel FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Over 40 Years 36 PUBLIC SQUARE Mrs. Ray Enlow 1166 Jefferson St. Funeral: 2 P.M. — SATURDAY at KIMBER & WEST CHAPEL Friends call at chapel Friday evening. Mrs. C. E. Marsh 561 North Prairie Funeral plans to be announced. delegate to the grand encamp- rgSBM ^ frllute of enduring beauty\ /fofh llcFALL / *\l? K 1 MONUMENTS Main St AuiKomnii DIALER Mr. Harry G. Higgins, Jr. Belle Isle Apis. Services: 2:30 P.M. — THURSDAY at HINCHLIFF & WILSON FUNERAL CHAPEL Friends may call this evening at the funeral home. Mr. James H. Flaherty 159 N. Kellogg St. Funeral services: 9:30 A.M., FRIDAY St. Patrick's Church. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. James P. Welch, 159 N. Kellogg, where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Thursday. Please omit flowers. Burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. —o— Mr. George Donovan 1018 S. Cedar St. Funeral services: 10 A.M., SATURDAY St. Patrick's Church ' Friends may call at the Foley Mortuary Thursday evening and Friday where prayers will be said at 8 p.m. Friday. Burial" in St. Joseph's Cemetery. FOLEYk mortuary^ 166 No. Broad StV- 1 Dial 1910-6 -' s of which a large representation was present for the Tuesday night meeting STOP SUFFERING PAINS of RHEUMATISM — ARTHRITIS — FAST! Amazing AR -PAN -EX tablets work through blood stream- bring blessed relief. RED CROSS DRUG 451 E. Main St. and Mrs. James Kerrneen is pres ent for the three-day meeting as a delegate from the Wide Awake Rebekah Lodge. Those in Springfield Tuesday in addition to Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Kerrneen were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collinson and Mrs. T. T. Kelly. Plan Smorgasbord Ladies of Messiah Lutheran Church will hold their annual smorgasbord again this year on struck. He was taken by ambulance to the hospital. (Additional Galva on Page 26) i monuttiEnTS i [ LACKY a SONS 150 W MAIN - GAIESBURS FIRST & PUCKETT FUNERAL HOME, lo* 96 N. Chambtrt 8t ?«tt Dial 4U1 MR. ALBERT ROWE, Palo Alto, Calil. Funeral % p.m. Friday at First & Puckett. Rev- Downs officiating. Burial in. East Linwood. Friends may call Thursday evening.

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