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Monday, June 24, 1963
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6 Galesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, 111, Monday, June 24,__1963 GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phont WE 2-2658 Grace Church Picnic Fixed GALVA — The annual Grace Methodist Church and church school picnic will be held Thursday in Washington Park in Galva. Games and contest for the children will begin at 4 p.m. The potluck supper will be at 6 p.m. Each family was asked to take their table service, meat, bread and butter and a covered dish. Coffee, cold drinks and dessert will be furnished. In case of rain, it will be held in the church basement. This will also serve as a reception on the return of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes as pastor for another year. WSCS Reviews The Five Senses' Mrs. Josephine Ouart served as program chairman for the WSCS of the Grace Methodist Church when it met Friday in the church. The program topic was "The Five Senses," with Mrs. Spencer Medley, Mrs. Alice Oberg and Mrs. Godfrey Jacobson all taking part in the presentation. Devotions were led by Ellen Malm and Mabel Kcwish. Mrs. Harold Hulstrom accompanied the group singing. Mrs. Ouart presented a reading. Reta Carrasca sang a solo, and Michael Griffin presented several organ selections. A painting, "Praying Hands," done by Brcnda Frcy and was one of the prize winners at the Sidewalk Day art show was on display. Announcement of an ice cream social to be held July 5 was made. Hostesses included Mrs. George Norbom, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. John Anderson, Mrs. Carl Whifehouse, and Mrs Orville Watson. in one year of the date that they were vaccinated last year, and a fine of $25 will be given those who do not comply. Set Teachers Meeting Henry-Sfark Retired Teachers Association will hold its summer luncheon meeting at Davidson's restaurant in Kewanee June 26, All retired teachers were welcomed to attend the smorgasbord luncheon. Plan Check on Dogs It has been announced that J. W. Whiskers, Henry County rabies warden, will start a check on the dogs in Galva July 1 lo sec if they have been vaccinated. They should be vaccinated with- ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Hours — Tucs., Wed., Thurt., Fri., Sal.— 10 a.m. lo 12 Midnlta. Sunday — 5 p.m. lo Midnite. Closed Mondayi. OLE HICKORY B.B.O. Chambers & Berrien 'Vfm Buy Thm Beil— Serve The Be*t" 343-6615 Carry Oul — Open ml « P.M. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry oul service Call 342-2413 Open Dally al 5 P.M. Oneida OES Plans Picnic ONEIDA—The Oneida Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held its regular meeting June 19, with Mrs. Beth Fell, worthy matron and Kenneth Fell, worthy patron. The following pro tern officers served: Mrs. Helen Malcolm, secretary; Mrs. Neta Stewart, conductress; Mrs. Cornelia Johnson, marshal, Glynn Stewart, warder, and Mrs. Alia Olson, colorbearer. Mrs. Malcolm, grand lecturer, was escorted and introduced, along with seven Grand chapter committee members. The annual picnic for the Oneida chapter will be held July 14 at 6 p.m. at the Kufus Building in Altona. It was announced that Mrs. Fell will serve as associate con ductress at Logan Chapter June 21 and at Blandinsvillc July 13 Kenneth Fell will serve as sentinel at the Logan and Blandins­ villc chapters. The social hour was in charge of Mrs. Doris Leighton and Mrs. Esther Olson. The next regular meeting will be held July 17. Attend Scout Camp Scoutmaster Earl Wagner accompanied a group of Boy Scouts at Camp Pearl, Tennessee. Scouts who attended camp were Rodney Renstcd, Sam Rowc, Stan Messmore, Mike Tracy, Jim LaDuke, Jim McMasler, Wayne Hannam, Terry Foster, Roger Cuhn, Raymond Pine and Rodney Marshall. HOSPITAL NOTES Norwood Outdoor Vespers Slated ALEXIS — The first in a series of outdoor vesper services under auspices of Norwood Church youth opened Sunday on the north church lawn. Services are planned next Sunday at 8 p.m. and the last two Sunday evenings in July. Following guest pastors will be preaching this year: June 30 — Rev. Elmer Castrodale, Alexis United Presbyterian Church; July 7 — Rev. Alfred Behrer, Edginglon Presbyterian Church; July 14 — Rev. Roy Hofstetter, Aledo First Presbyte- j rian Church. This summer will be the eighth year that Norwood youth have presented drive-in services and they have been well attended. CoMace ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Robcrl Charles Purccll, Giiaon. Mrs. Dixie 1. Schwarz, 23 Chestnut St. Lynn E. Wilson, 172 Columbus Ave. Mrs, Carrie M. Douglas, 475 W. North St. ... fi. Wayne Harshbarger, Knoxvllle. Mrs. Virginia A. Slambnugh, Gene- 8*0. David C, Kawkinson, 1741 N. Seminary SI. Mrs. Ora M. Lee, Woodhult. DISMISSALS SATURDAY nrucc E. Nordstrom, Galva, Jon Daniel Caldwell, 1226 E. South St. Ronald W. Wilder, 676 W. Tompkins St. Linda L. Olson, 1117 Monroe St. Mrs. Clara E. Marti:,, Victoria. Mrs. Josephine Simpson, Knoxvllle. Mrs. Bnrbara J. Keith, 708 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Vera L. Elkor, 106 W. Main St. Mrs. Barbara G. Perkins, 1534 E. Main SI. Walter R. Moore, Altona, Joe W. Roberts, Avon. D;ile 11. Sprinkle, 1546 Williams St. Mrs. Inez M. Jacobs, 228 W. Tompkins SI. Mis. Kathryn R. Turner, Avon. Roy R. Wllhelm-, Galesburg Route 2. Ivan Nelson, North Henderson. Glenn H. Whnlen, 14BR Conger St. Jeffrey C. Olson, Oneida David C. Varnell, Dahinda. Mrs. Mabelle V. Lindbeck, 1120 E. North St. Walter M. Conlce, Gnlcsburg Rural Roulc. Roy If. McGann, Altona. Mi's. Alice C. Swanson, 728 E. Fremont St. KermJt L. Brown, Abingdon. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Lnrro M. Lundccn, Woodhull. Mrs. Beverly Johnson, Knoxville. Mrs. Cheryl Phillips, 730 E. Second St. Mrs. Charllv H. McDonald, 375 N. Mrs. Charily It. McDonald, 375 N. Mrs. J. Joan Varnold, 37!) Ohio Ave. Mrs. Bcrniee Parkinson, Walaga. David G. Carmody, 1061 Washington Ave. Mrs. Viola V. Whisscn, 915y 2 N. Cherry St. Dale E. Rcisenbigler, 386 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Clara L. Corcoran Oneida. George C. Bigham, 1171 N. West St. Ray O. Alexander, Monmouth. Mrs. Norma J. Rouse, Bushnell. Charles D. Oatman, East Galcsburg. John F. Van Glcson, 3056 Lincoln Park Dr. Mrs. Betty J. Hnmman, Avon. Edward R. Masters, 52!) N. Kellogg St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Tnmmlc R. Dye, Monmouth. Larry D. Lawson, Oneida. Mrs. Clara C. Miles, Avon. Mrs. Nina O. Gehring, Walaga. Carl W. Karlbcrg, 1515 E. Losey St. Mrs. Minnie M. Larson, Henderson. Lloyd W. Wllcoxen, London Mills. Mrs. Ellen M. Plvm, 700 E Berrien St Richard Scott. 658 S. Elm St. Mrs. Gladys W. Kimbrough, 751 W. First St. Mrs. Mildred K. Watson, Monroe City, Mrs. Dorothy M. Johnson, Canton. Mrs. Betly J. Thomas, 362 Losey St. Dallas Cityan Is Assigned On Texas Base DALLAS CITY — Jerry Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, who recently enlisted in the Air Foi'ce, has been sent lo Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tex., to begin his training. EO 1-C Gene Brakcvillc, Navy, his wife and children, left Wednesday for Port Huencme, Calif., where he will be stationed. Brake ville recently returned to the States from a 6-month assignment at Guam. While overseas, his wife and family were m Newport, R. I The Brakevilles visited here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brakevillc. Charles Faul Jr. has returned home from Oklahoma City, where he recently received his honorable discharge from the Air Force, after five years of service. He and his wife and two children will reside in Dallas City. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faul. St. Mary'g ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Mrs. Gerald E. Parr, 1702 WUUrd St. Scott A. Mitchell, Ablnfdon. Mrs. Ben F .Kemper, Onsen. Mrs. Rufus S. Gallin, 738 Pennsylvania Ave. Dean J, Lopez, 924 S, Henderson St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Mrs. Max A. Thurman, Abingdon. Mrs. LeRoy Stamper, Lake Zurich, Louis Lee, Alpha, James Stafford, B23 Clark St. Mrs. Rodger Qulnn, Abingdon, Mrs. James Shea, 872 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs. Gibson Schoonovef, 1177 Lyman St. Mrs. Stella Ward, Knoxvllle. Thomas Wills, 541 W. Knox St. Dale E. Morrison, Abingdon. Mrs. Willard Holslngftr, Cameron. Randy and Edward Brazee, Oneida. Clyde A. Sherman, Knoxvllle. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Edward Libby. 667 E. Grove St. Gena Frfsby, 108. Ohio Ave. Gary Swanson, 525 W. Tompkins Mrs. Joseph B. McCollough, 1740 Rock Island Ave. Richard D. Nelson, Gllfon. William D. Ash, Adair. Mrs. Robert L. Hutson. 677 Peck St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Donald P. Bowling, Monmouth. Peter Garza 338 W. Seminary St. Dean J. Lopez, 024 S. Henderson St. John M. Peterson, 625 W. Sanborn St. Jean R. and Janet L. Pope, 1B0O Newcomer Dr. George E. Raffcrty, 427 W. South St. Russell L. Ray, Abingdon. LcMoine E. Watson, Monmouth. BUSHNELL. tttm C6 »*MfN>A4«ftt , liMMMtf BHIUMfl 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 READ THE WANT ADS! Rioan Heads Alpha Legion ALPHA — James Horine of Rio was elected commander of the Oxford Post, American Legion, at the regular meeting recently at the Legion Home in Alpha. Other officers elected are Glenn Anderson Jr., first vice commander; John Engstrom, second vice commander; Robert Sherrard, adjutant; Don Riggle, chaplain, and Robert Lambert, sergeant-at-arms. Directors named arc Lawrence Barton, Richard Holdsworth and Lyle Johnson. Members planned to sponsor an all-pony show on the evening of July 20 at the schoolyard in Alpha, when trophies and cash prizes will be awarded for each class. Regular meetings of the Oxford Post are scheduled for the first Thursday evening of each month. Alpha Briefs Donald Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnston, who has completed his sophomore -year at the University of Illinois, has left for Glacier National Park, Mont., where he will be employed for the summer. Mrs. Leslie Brown of Galva spent Thursday at the C. W. Kronsted home. Ophiem girls softball team played the Silvis girls team Wednesday at Silvis. The Ophiem team won 9 to 3, the game being called at the end of the fourth inning because of rain. Batteries for Ophiem were Shorty Whiteneck, pitching and Elaine Peterson catching. Linda Vanover of the Ophiem team made a home run. Grads Find Schooling Is Continuous and Diannc Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harris, Rotary Club. Festival Queen Candidates Are Announced at Bmhnell' BUSHNELL—Candidates for the queen contest in conjunction with the annual Bushnell Town and Country Festival have been announced. Balloting on the nominees will start July 1, and the' new queen will be crowned by the 1962 festival queen, Miss Anne Evans. This year's festival will be held Sept 5-7. Following are candidates for queen, listed together with their sponsors: Terri McDonough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ted McDonough, Rebekah Lodge; Gaye Mikesell, | daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Orth Mikesell, Jolly 20 Club; Janet Ginther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ginther, B&PW Club; Dianne Moore, daughter of Mr. and By SAM DAWSON Mrs Bery , Moorei LJons c , ub; NEW YORK (AP)—After 16 Shan Varncr, daughter of Mr. and year's of preparing for jobs, grad- Mrs. "Doc" Varner, Mothers Club, uates arc pouring out of colleges just now—and many are being plunked right into corporate versions of classrooms. Most who already have trav- « 1 in elled the post-college course of Attend Meetings company training say they found Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cowperth- it worthwhile, But many are crit- waite last week were in Lansing, ical of their business-type teach- Mich., where they attended the ers. Association of Food and Drug Of- Almost all of the 2,000 or so ficials of the United States con companies that recruit prospects vention. On Thursday, the Cowin the nation's colleges—at an av- perthwaites were in Detroit, where erage cost of $1,000 per graduate they attended the annual conven hired—have some sort of pro- tion of the National Association of gram for teaching them the facts Retail Grocers. Kenny McMillan of corporate life. The companies, of Prairie City, national FFA and most of the graduates who president, was the main speaker have gone through the company Thursday morning, mill, give the results high marks in a survey by the National Indus- r< #„ r< „ trial Confere-nce Board. G I°T' S *° ConVene But one of last year's trainees . T , he African Legion Auxiliary says his most valuable experience TJ ^ ee t" 18 T evening at 7:30 was "the training program that I oc J£ ck „ at ^Legion HalL endured." He explains: Mound Gold Star 4-H Club *I decided if I could put up WiU hold lts annual achievement with all that I did on the program, Pfogram Wednesday at 1:30 p.m I could put up with anything. And cat . th * Methodist Church. Mothers, I have. I have been called on for f Tiends f nd members of the Mound many things that I don't think a Umt of Homemakers Extension SAY AH—"Breathe deeply and say Ah love you!" says Tammy, the hilarious Miss from Mississippi. The doctor who appears worried about the state of his heart is Peter Fonda. Tammy is play, cd hy Sandra Dec. And the picture is "Tammy and the Doctor," now showing at the Orphetim Theater ... all about a very in* fectious kind of heart-trouble called boy-meets- girl. MYSTERY STORY—Foxes and hounds play colorful roles in John Huston's mystery film, "The List of Adrian Messenger," now showing at the West Theater. Dana Wyntcr and Kirk Douglas, shown here, are part of a cast which also stars George C. Scott and presents Tony Curtis, Burt Lancaster, Robert Mitchum and Frank Sinatra in "secret" character delineations. were invited. The Edna Sword Circle of the Baptist Church will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jessie Oakman. Church Buys Property Homecoming Plans Fixed In Fairview FAIRVIEW - The Roy Miller unit of the American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday in the Legion Home with a potluck supper. Mrs. Eileen Slater, president, sard final plans for the homecoming were made. Mrs. Eva Frame and Mrs. Marie Mitchell gave reports on the spring convention at Lewistown. Fairview Briefs Attending the District Farm Bureau meeting at the Holiday Inn at Galesburg Wednesday from Fairview were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rohrer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Locke. Mrs. Alta Latimer spent a weekend with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spenny in Glasford. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voorhees of Peoria, visited his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Voorhees, Thursday. well-organized program would have taught me. Like cadets, I wouldn't do it again but I am proud to.have gone through it." More typical perhaps was another's appraisal of his company's policy of easing a trainee into a problem and letting him solve it himself. He says: "This self-development gave me the ability to make decisions that were my Af fTlliev-ill^ own, and not decisions that follow M Villi, from someone telling me how to ELLISVILLE — The Nazarene make the decision." Church people have purchased Views of 1,074 graduates who the Raymond Fayhee property have completed training were for a parsonage. Fayhees will tabulated by the conference be moving to Bushnell where they board. The large majority called have bought a home. Mrs. Dale their business supervisors capa- Jones of Danville is helping her ble. But 291 found the instruction daughter redecorate before mov weak and without challenge, and m S 176 labeled the training too aca- Ellisville Briefs demic and short on actual doing. M «'S- Ida Hoyt who has spent Some echoed the post-trainee who several months with her son and sa jd: wife in Wataga has returned to "Some supervisors did not un- her home derstand the purpose of the train- Ml 'S- Lydia Reed, who had been ing program, and showed little or at the home of her son-ih-law and no interest in my presence on the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd job •• Sidener of Pittsfield, Pa., has re"A college education is not es- turned home sential for success in a training course," another reported, "nor in a job afterwards." Speaking for the majority was the college grad who sums up this Mrs. Emma Efflahd has entered the Avon hospital for medical treatment. Helen Myers, Carilee Newman and Gay Crick attended a Mod way: "The constant movement ern Woodman meeting in Peoria from department to department Tues day. New Windsor Guild Welcomes Guest NEW WINDSOR — Presbyterian Hope Guild meeting was held in the home of Mrs. William Johnson Wednesday. Mrs. Wayne Hickok conducted the Bible study and Mrs. Jack Bollinger gave the lesson, "Social Dynamite." Members will furnish a beverage and cookies for the vacation church school July 9-11. The group was invited to a Presbytery general business meeting June 28 at the First Presbyterian Church in Rock Island. Mrs. Lowell Leonard was a guest. made my first year exciting and challenging. Working in various areas made the complex system seem simple, and of course work ing with new people gives a good insight into the type of people and their feelings about the boss es, the system and their particular jobs Linda Newman spent a night with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Phelps of Avon. Lee Bevard Jr. of Galesburg was a dinner guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bevard Tuesday. Edward Howerter has returned from the Methodist Hospital in Movi vie Calendar MONDAY, JUNE 24 OHPHEUM: "Tammy and the Doctor," 1:55. 3:55, 5:55; 7:55 and 9:55 p. m. WEST: "The List of Adrian Mes senger," 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45, 9:45. DRIVE IN: "Wonderful to Be Young," 9:00; "Duel of Titans," 10:45. Fairview Valley 4-H'ers Convene FAIRVIEW—The Fairview Valley Homemakers 4 -H Club meeting was Tuesday in the Fairview Methodist Church. Demonstrations were given by Annetta Miller on setting a table, Lynne Marvel on a relish plate, and an illustrated talk by Kaihy Schuman on "Fringing Your Cloth." Refreshments were served by Lynne Marvel, Jennifer Overcash, and Betty Marvel. A guest was Pat Ferrell from Pittsfield. Canada Cup NEW YORK (NEA) - A total of 34 countries have agreed to send professional pairs to Paris for the Canada Cup Matches Oct. 24-27. News Items Of Burgess BURGESS — Mr. and Mrs. Claude White and her mother, Mrs. Mary Preaster, all of Rock Island, visited Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ada Gosline. Mrs. Lane Dixon and daughters Elaine and Kathy, went by train to Kansas City to spend a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown. Mr. and Mrs. William Gowdy and children have moved to the farm of the late Rush Morgan, Vi-mile southwest of Burgess, which they recently purchased. AIR CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE Why did the graduates accept Peoria ' whei ; e he had surgery the paiticular job offer? They give a multitude of reasons. Most often mentioned were: 538 because of the company's reputation and future potential; 483 be- Mrs. Mattie Young has return ed from the Avon hospital after being a patient a few days. Mrs. Charlotte Fayhee, Mike and Pat were at the Cottage Hos cause of the salary; 40a' because pital< w,iere ™ ikc had a walking of advancement possibilities. Many mentioned all three. And were their expectations fulfilled? Only 25 per cent are dissatisfied with their pay, 28 per cent with advancement possibilities; 22 per cent with job assignments and 12 per cent with their relations with the higher-ups. Fairview 4-H'ers To Enter Show FAIRVIEW — The Fair view Huskies 4-H Club met Wednesday at the Robert Hartstirn home. Larry Huffman, who presided, reported that entry blanks were given out for the Fairview Livestock Show July 5. The Hereford Association Field Day was announced. A talk on rabbits was given by Rodney Endres. The annual club tour will be held July 14 at 1 p.m., starting at the Robert Hartstirn farm. cast put on his leg after injuring his knee recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLaren received word that their granddaughter Sandra broke her collarbone while playing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Powell. A meeting was held at the Christian Church Wednesday to make plans for the annual Ellisville homecoming. Harry Voorhees has been dismissed from the Avon hospital. Lynn Utsinger and Miss Pat Neville were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howerter. Post Church Supper DALLAS CITY-Sacred Heart Catholic church will have the parish potluck supper at the Recreation park June . 30, at 4 p.m. The Methodist Men of the Lamoine Valley will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Terre Haute READ THE WANT ADS! By 1970. air transports carrying passengers at more than twice | Methodist Church, the speed of sound are expected to b# commonplace. ' READ THE WAN! ADSi THEATRE w Rt. 34 West-OPEN 7; 30—Show at Dusk /< IXCUJS/Vf L-JJT; . > 2—First Run Hits—2 jinx» i K amass WF fllCMRI •• WWM MWM** y Wfonderful in W TECHNICQUr HOWr% NOW SANDRA DEE PETER FONDA in l ROSS HUNTER production TAMMY and the DOCTOR in EASTMAN COLOR wmmm A UNIVERSAL PICTURE -mmmn At: 1:55-3:55-5:55-7:55-9:55 COMFOKTAILT COOi OPEN 1:15 UAlAf At 1:45-3:45 nUff 5:45.7:45-9:45 The most Bizarre Murder Mystery ever conceived I TkttiT it \ stalling with S GREAT STARS IN DISGUISED ftOIES... veins «T "JOHN HUSTON HERBERT MARSHALL' GLADYS COOPER A Joel Production • A Universal Release

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