Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 22, 1953 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 22, 1953
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ROVA Homecoming King and Queen to Be Named Friday The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Thursday, October 22, 1953 ONEIDA~Thc students of ROVA Senior High have been working very hard the past few weeks getting ready for Homecoming this weekend. Balloting for King and Queen will be completed during noon hour Friday. Candidates for this high honor were chosen several days ago. Carol McKie, Afaxlne Coleman, Dick Harpman and Merrill Swanson arc the senior candidates. The juniors selected Dorothy Brown, Sharon Gibbs, Wendell Cree and David Moore. Sophomore candidates include Judy Allison, Lorctta Loveridgc, Harry Howerter and David Edwards. The King and Queen contest is under the direction of the senior class with Lillian Itylandcr in im mediate charge. Activities go into high gear Fri day afternoon with a snake dance and pep meeting scheduled. The usual "dummy" will be burned The annual Homecoming game will be played between the ROVA Tigers and the Friars of Corpus Christi Friday at 7:30 p.m. Half time ceremonies will feature the usual parade by the King and Queen candidates The Rova marching band will be on deck to add color to the occasion. Festivities will be climaxed after the game with the Homecoming dance and the crowning of the King and Queen. Carson's Orches- Ua will provide music for dancing FACE BLEMISHES Relieved In 7 Days with Cutieura Externally caused pimple*, rash, blackheads usually clear up fait wilh mildly medicated Cuticurn Soap and Ointment until 12:30. The F.H.A. girls will be in charge of refreshments, and the Girls' Athletic Association will provide the decorations. Carolyn Asplund Is directing the latter activity. Members of the sophomore class are selling dance tickets. All former ROVA students are invited to attend. Wataga PTA Holds Program Session WATAGA — The Association of Parents and Teachers met last Friday afternoon at the grade school Preceding the business session when William Wyatt presided, the following program was given with Mr. Trask as chairman: Five songs by Mrs. Hirst's first room pupils; discussion of two, topics, "A Parent's Corfcept of an Ideal Teacher," given by Mrs. Kenneth Holmes, and "A Teacher's Concept of an Ideal Parent,' by Miss Charlotte Olson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Earl Swanson, Mrs. Pete Allen, Mrs. George Williamson, Mrs. Garnell Kite and Mrs. Lcroy Maxwell, Oneida Woman's Club To Donate to Center ONEIDA—Members of the Onci da Woman's Club arc to furnish cookies for the Red Cross Blood Center canteen next week. Cookies arc to be brought to the home of Mrs. William DeVorc by Monday morning. Donations of chicken noodle, chicken rice soup, orange juice and coffee arc also acceptable. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Alpha ALPHA — Mrs. Jennie Kelly accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beck Jr. of Orion to Farmington Sunday where they visited Mrs. Ida Buffington and son, William. Mrs. Mary E. Gould and sons, Tom and Jerry, visited with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Spence, and family at Silvls. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Forsee and Miss Maude Jones of St. Louis visited over Sunday at the R. L. Jones home. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Payton, Mrs. Oscar Frantz, Mrs. Ralph Timberlake and William Frantz spent Sunday with relatives at Little York. Saturday at the Baptist Church, William Tranthum, a music stu dent at Evanston, will show a film taken while he served with the Army in Japan and will also pre sent a program of piano and or gan music. The program is 7:30 and everyone is invited. The young people of the Baptist Church will have a Halloween party at the church on the evening of Oct. 27. Mrs. Eric Strced entertained a number of relatives from Ophiem, Orion, New Windsor arid Alpha Friday in honor of her birthday Mrs. Donal Neely and infant daughter, Karen Kathleen, re turned home Sunday from the Cot tagc Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Whitehead and family of Canton were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Sarah O'Deay. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lutrell va cationcd in Oklahoma last week and stopped at Kansas City to vis lit their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greathousc Mrs. Greathousc accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly, Mr and Mrs. Ralph Kelly and family Mr. and 'Mrs. Dean Kelly and family and Mr. and Mrs. David Beck and son visited Starved Rock Park on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oric Michaels and family of Molinc spent Sunday at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stephens. Mrs. Ethel Haines of Galesburg visited over Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. C. Eiker. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tracy and Mrs. Grace Amlong visited Sunday at the Glenn Tracy home in Geneseo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McLaughlin entertained relatives Sunday in honor of their little daughter, Janice, who was observing her first birthday. Those present were from Alexis and Alpha. Mrs. Emma Lutrell left Sunday evening for her home in San Benito, Tex., after a two-month visit in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and family attended the 50th anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark, at Aledo on Sunday. Note Layman's Sunday At Belmont Church BELMONT — Layman's Sunday was observed Sunday with John Rowley giving the sermon. Mrs Paul Drehcr was the responsive reader; Mrs. Torrence Free gave the pastoral prayer; Mrs. John Rowley gave the scripture. Special music by the grade and high school chorus. The closing prayer was by Miss Irvin. The week of prayer and self denial will be held at Belmont Church Thursday afternoon with the Little York and Fall Creek Churches taking part. The Community Club meeting will be held at the school house Thursday evening, Oct. 29, Mrs. Waller McKelvic enter talned the Priscilla Club with a large crowd present on Thursday afternoon. Contests and traveling bingo were enjoyed. Mrs. Jerry Melton received the door prize Refreshments were served. Mrs Ed Meehan will entertain for the November meeting on Thursday the 12th. The W.S.C.S. meeting will be held with Mrs. Robert Hale on Wednesday, Oct. 28, with a potluck dinner at noon. La Fayette Seniors Will Present Play Friday LaFAYETTE—The senior class at LaFayctte High School will present its play Friday night at the High School gym. In the cast are Pete Hughes, Sandra Martin, Betty Robertson, Patsy Payne, Gene Ericson, Betty McKirgan, Maxinc Todd, James Jones and Le Roy Haradon. Youth Rally was held at Bradford Sunday night. The Fall Festival is set for Nov. 6 and the community sale on Nov. 19. 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