Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 22, 1953 · Page 8
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The Pttly HegHtef-Mail, Oalesburii, 1H, Thursday, October 22. 1953 Holds Family Night At Bushnell BUSHNELL — Tuesday eve- fling at the Presbyterian Church was family night with a very good attendance. Following the covered dish dinner, there was group singing accompanied by Mrs. Baer at the piano. A film was shown entitled, "It's All That I Have." Suits Us Club Eight members and two guests were present at the Suits TJs Club meeting held Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ed Madison. Guests were her daughter, Mrs. Martha Smith, and Mrs. Francis Emory. The afternoon was spent sewing and the hostess served refreshments. Next meeting with Mrs. Dale Heath. WSCS Circles Meet Circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met on Tuesday evening in the following homes: Ly.dia met in the country home of Mrs. Lloyd Zimmerman with 24 members present. Mrs. Marie Seaman gave the de' votions and Mrs. Randall Paul read an article "Fall Gardens.' Mrs. Harold Fitch showed pictures of churches taken at different, times on vacation trips. Refreshments of tea and cookies were served. Priscilla met in the home of Mrs. Bert Crowl with eight members present. Mrs. Inez Bradshaw gave the devotions and also the lesson on "Missions Through Eyes of G.I.'s. Refreshments were served • Mrs Keith Wilson had ten mem bers at the meeting of the Ruth circle in her home. Miss Corda McNaughton gave the devotions and Miss Lulu Huddleson gave the les son on "What Is a Methodist?" There was group singing, and refreshments were served. Seven members were present in the home of Mrs. Maurice Chatterton at the meeting of the Mary Martha Circle. Mrs. Wendell Fisk gave the devotions and Mrs. Wilbur Roethe the lesson, first of a series on Methodism, "The Holy Spirit," and "New Look at An Old Problem on Child Delinquency." Refreshments were served. First Baptist The Rev. Harold E. Lane, pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Mrs. Arthur Cooper, superintendent. Morning Worship Service 10:45 a.m. The guest speaker will be the Rev. W. H. Young of Peoria The Rev. Mr. Young is affiliated with the American Sunday School Union. B.Y.F. will meet at the church at 6:30. Sunday evening evangelistic service. The Rev. Mr. Young will be speaking. Wednesday 7:30 Midweek Prayer service. Thursday 7 there will be a Halloween party at the home of Mrs. Josephine Connor for the' Up- streamers and Companion classes combined. It will be a costume party. Next Saturday, 6:30, a hay- ride is planned for the B.Y.F. to be followed by a party at the home of Karen Trout. First Methodist A. J. Copeland, pastor. 9:45 Sunday School. 11 Morning Worship. Sermon, "Drowsy Discipleship." 5 Hi Youth Fellowship at the Presbyterian Church. 5 Intermediate Fellowship at the Methodist Church. 7:30 Evening Evangelistic Service with the Rev. William Rule as guest preacher. Services will be held each night this week with the Rev. F. E Rueckert as evangelist for the five week nights, 7:30. Public invited Plus Ultra Sunday School Class meets Tuesday at 2 at the church. W. S. C. S. Board meets Wednesday at the church. Wesleyan Serv ice Guild meets Wednesday night with Mrs. V. E. Mullinax. Day of Prayer and Self Denial will be observed Thursday with a service at 2 p.m. All women of the church are invited. First Presbyterian The Rev. William Rule D.D., minister. Instruction Class Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Church School at 9:45 a.m. Divine Worship at 11 a.m. Sermon theme "Now it can be told." The sacrament of infant baptism will be observed Nursery during the church hour for the youngest children. At 2:30 p.m. the Junior Highs leave the church for the rally at Macomb. At 5 p.m. Senior Highs at the Presbyterian Church, At 5 p.m. Junior Highs at the Methodist Church. Our minister preaches at the Methodist Church tonight. Monday from 3 to 4 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer. Monday at 4 p.m. representatives of the different departments of the Church School meet with the minister to discuss the youth budget for 1954. Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir | rehearsal. Bushnell Personals Ed Lambert is a patient at the! St! Francis Hospital in for observation. Mr. and Mrs. E. 6. Lauterbach ate moving into Mrs. Anna Rowell's apartment, 624 Cole St. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox of Swan Creek spent Sunday here with her grandmother, Mrs. Alma Young. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Parsons have received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parsons at Jefferson City, Mo. Killed in Crash FARMINGTON —Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brawner were called to Cameron, Mo., Friday by the sudden death of Mrs. Brawner's niece, 15, Who was killed instantly in an automobile accident. Details concerning the accident were not known here. Mftcombi |j cm | crgoll Group H«s Hamburger Fry at Park HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson attended a hamburger fry and supper at Lincoln Park Monday evening, which was given to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Alice Brandenburg, Mrs. Elenor Brandenburg and Cpl. Ira Brandenburg who is home on a three-day leave from Ft. Sheridan. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson, Barslow; Mrs. Eleanor Brandenburg and son, Donnie, of Miami, Fla., who arc here visiting with son and brother, Mikie; Donald Brandenburg and son, Michael, and Mrs. Alice Brandenburg of Galesburg; Cpl. Ira Brandenburg of Fort Sheridan and his two sons, Svevic and Donnie. DeLong DeLONG — Mrs. Ella Steele Cramer of Knoxville was a Sunday caller in the Arthur Steele home. Mrs. Don Dredge was a caller in the home of Mrs. Sherman Shay Monday. Mrs. Betty Dalton and baby, Mrs. Jane Shay and son, spent Tuesday in Brimfield. Mrs. Perlc Hendricks spent a few days in Galesburg with her daughter to be near the hospital for treatment. Sonny Lumburg is home on a 20-day leav.e from Florida. Mrs. Alice Holmes from California spent the weekend with Mrs. Anna Turner and Hazel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berterman were Sunday evening callers in the Griffith home. Mrs. Jane Shay and son, Mrs. Present Program at Cameron Church CAMERON—The Witling Workers of the Cameron Christian Church met in the church for their October meeting. Mrs. Wayne Conard was the devotional leader and her theme was "Faith and Works." Mrs. AlNewlon introduced Mrs. Glen Firoved for the program and she gave poetry readings and closed with the 21st Psalm in which the group joined in saying. The table appointments were in fall colors and the refreshments were served by Mrs. Stanley Dehi sar assisted by Mrs. Edd Youngquist, Mrs. Frank Daughtery, Mrs. Marvin Walt, and Mrs. Jennie Mackey. Twenty - three members and a visitor were present. Kathryn McWilliams and daughter were Knoxville callers Monday. Son Born FARMINGTOM — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkins, Middlegrove, are the parents of a son born Friday afternoon in the Graham Hospital, Canton. This is the second child and first boy. LaFayette Honor Roll Announced at School LaFAYETTE — LaFayette High School honor roll for first six weeks includes Clarence Hughes, Betty Robertson, Patsy Payne, Harold Kermode, Linda Robertson, John Hughes, Eleanor Ericson, Betty Gray, and Terry and Gene Ericson. Douglas fir from which fir plywood is made is one of the two strongest structural woods known to man. WHEN YOU NO EYESTRAIN . .. Simple eye strain can be remedied with properly-fitted glasses. Come In, let us examine your eyes, today. DR. I. ERNSTEIN, OPTOMETRIST (Formerly Galesburg Optical Co.) 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