Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 25, 1963 · Page 17
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 25, 1963
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\ .'si' '';.o.^ : ':Sr 1^® FAMILY CONDUCTS SERVlCES-*cv. Marries Moore, Indian evangelist and his talented family are pictured here. The family is conducting "March of Faith" services at Abingdon Assembly of God Church each evening at 7:30 o'clock, except Saturday, through June 30. The Rev. Mr. Moore is from the Sioux tribe of the Dakotas, and has lectured in schools and colleges. His Indian name is "Eyanpaha Wakn," meaning Herald of Holiness. ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Mrs. Betty Way ts substituting until July 1 for Mrs. Dorothy Whitsitt, Abingdon correspondent for the Galesburg Register* Mail. Mrs. Way resides at 402 N. Washington St., phone 302.) Hedding Graduates of 1913 Honored at College Reunion ' ABINGDON—The 1913 crass of Heading College was honored Sunday wheiv .a Hedding reunion was held at the Methodist Church in Abingdon. The group attended the Methodist Church services together and during this time Dr. Lloyd Bertolf, president of Wesleyan University, assisted by Dr. Arch* Heck of Columbus, Ohio, a member of the class of 1913, conducted memorial services for the nine members of the class of 1913 who died. At noon, the group was served dinner in the basement of the Hedding circle and the Nite cir cle. During the afternoon, an infor mal program was presented, and, during this time, members reminisced about their college days. Everyone present introduced themselves and spoke briefly about themselves and their family. Officers elected , were HeCk, president; Lora Page of London Mills, vice president; Flo Lamb, secretary, and Mrs. C. M. Dahler, treasurer. There were about 140 who was able to attend Ted Cramer Honored At Supper Gathering Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simkins and family entertained the following at a farewell supper Sunday for Ted Cramer, who left today for the Army: Roscoe Shnkins, Mrs. Margaret Cramer, Donna and Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cramer, Abingdon; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boyer, Babi, Beckie, Bonni and Beth Ann, Coalinga, Calif.; Mrs. Mary Johnson and Cathy, Hawthorne, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Deart Foster and Pam, New Windsor, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Simkins, Rhonda and Roddey, Cattle Indu§try Reviewed by Club The cattle industry in the sand hills of Nebraska was the topic of a film shown to the Abingdon Kiwanis Club Monday night. The film showed the results of breeding the best stock. Jim Dunn was program chairman and was assisted by Roscoe Scott at the projector. Five members were present from the Burlington Kiwanis Club. They were Bob Holstine, Al Her- SUMMER COMFORT EXCtUSIVI NIW... WHIRLPOOL Air Conditioners 5500 to 21,000 BTU'f ©f Cooling PARRIS Hard wo re 104 E. Jacksoa, Abingdon tie, Dr. Sperrow,, Roy Sexton and. Harry Taylor. Taylor was one of the charter members of the Abingdon Kiwanis Club. Robert Stone was elected as a new director to take the place of Herbert Clausen, who resigned and will be moving to Springfield. His term will run to Dec. 31, 1965. The club gave $100 to the Abingdon Chamber of Commerce project to get the Assembly of God Nursing Home located here. A new lieutenant governor will be elected at the divisional sports day at Lake Bracken July 23. Gene Sparks will be in charge of the program. Quell Grass Fire The Abingdon Fire Department was called Monday at about 2 p.m. to put out a grass fire on the CB&Q property off Martin Street. There was no damage. News Briefs of Abingdon Locality Linda Stump, Rhonda Sandberg and Carol Lewis left Monday for Camp Milan, where they will spent till Saturday attending the Methodist Church camp. Miss Lola Adams of Galesburg and Mrs. Warren Perdue visited Sunday in Carthage with Mr. and Mrs, Robert Perdue. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perdue of Den- Mark, Iowa. • Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hills of Jacksonville "were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cramer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffith of -Washington, Iowa, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cline. The Griffiths daughter Trudy left last week by jet for California, where she will be visiting three weeks with relatives. _ Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Johnson and family of Macomb spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Frank Johnson. Scott Mitchell Saturday entered St. Mary's Hospital where he underwent surgery. His room number in 326. Mrs. K. M. Famulener returned home Saturday after spending a week in Hillsboro and Chillicothe, Ohio, where she attended the golden wedding anniversary of her aunt and visited other relatives. The Order of Eastern Star will meet tonight at 8 o'clock/at the Masonic Temple. Leaves For RQcktoo Miss Hilda Pragg, who spent the weekend visiting her sister, Mrs. Ellen Voss left for her home in Rockton Monday. Miss Pragg attended the Hedding reunion while she was here. Mrs. C. J. VanderWert and Mrs. Bill Lomax and children Steve and . Jeanne, spent' the weekend in DPS Moines and Pella, Iowa, where they visited relatives. Mrs. C. M. Dahler had as her weekend house guest, Miss Sara Jane Morrissey of Oshkosh, Wis. Mis- Morrissey is a former Hedding teacher and attended the reunion Sunday. Col. and Mrs. John Benner and family of Madison, Wis., left for their home Monday after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Benner. Sunday, the Banners attended the 1938 class reunion, of which Benner was a member. Mrs. •Clara Smith and her house guest, Mrs. Edna Webb, spent Monday visiting friends in Dixon. Peggy Derrickson of Granada Hills, Calif., arrived Sunday for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Florine Derrickson. Miss Derrickson was graduated Friday from high school. The Abingdon Firemen's Auxiliary met Thursday at the fire station where . they worked on cancer dressings. Lynne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nuckles, spent several days last week in Monmouth, where she visited her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hobbs. Assemble At Picnic Rollin Bantz of Yates City was a guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fey and family. The group held a picnic at Lake Bracken. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clausen spent Sunday in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Albin and Janice and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McGrann and Sana spent Sunday in Bishop Hill. Mrs. John Lewis left Monday for LaJolla, Calif., where she will visit for the next two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bidwell, and with her Brother, Mr. and Mrs. George Bidwell. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abel and family of Taylorville attended a birthday dinner for her father, R. B. Homer, in Avon Sunday. They also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Homer and his mother, Mrs. Abel. Abel operates tlie Ben Franklin store in Taylorville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fey and family of Orlando, Fla., will arrive next week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fey, and other relatives. They will remain in Abingdon until July 4. Miss Florence Irene Young Monday was in Macomb, where she attended visitation for Cicero Harbert. Bob Stone and daughter Nancy spent Sunday in Alexandria, Mo. where they visited Stone's grandmother, Mrs. C. R. Rebo. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alexander and family also visited Mrs. Rebo. Mrs. Alexander and children remained for a longer visit. CARNIVAL Bv Dink Turner 'That counselor Joe, must really be tough! They say he was here last year!" Little York Resident Is Complimenttd on 81st Year Coloradan Honored at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Former classmates and friends of Mrs. Robert Axcell of Denver, Colo., numbering 12 were entertained at a covered dish supper Friday at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Thompson. Special guests were Mrs. Axcell's sisters, the Misses Esther and Marie Rosene. Mrs. Rella Peterson returned June 19 after visiting several days with her sister - in - law, Mrs. Maude Peterson at Henderson Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders and daughter arrived June 21 and are visiting Mrs. Sanders parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. Mrs. Robert Axcell of Denver, Colo., Miss Esther Rosine of New Windsor and Mrs. Edwin Johnson of Woodhull spent the weekend with their sister, Mrs. Delia Engstr^om at Lockport. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and family arrived June 18 from Denver, Colo., and are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hilding Johnson, his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wallin returned Saturday after spending the past week with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wallin at Minneapolis, Minn. On June 20 the group attended the big league baseball game between the Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hagdorn of Royal, Iowa, Mrs. Mabel Stark of Darfur, Minn., Carl Johnson of Mountain Lake, Minn., who are visiting relatives in this area were entertained in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Thompson Saturday evening. Also attending the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore and family of Alexis, Mr. and Mrs. LITTLE YORK - A large gathering of friends and relatives visited Mrs. Mae Dugan Thursday when she celebrated her 87th birthday. The honorec received 64 cards and many gifts. Little York Briefs Thursday night and Friday guests at the Dean Keithley home were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Cooper and their grandson, Ronnie Troi- tier of Royal Oak, Mich.; Miss Pearl Cooper and brother Vaughn of Colchester. Mrs. Howard Reynolds recently accompanied her sister, Mrs. Opal Armstrong of Cameron to Springfield and Chillicothe to visit relatives. Mrs. Harold Miller and baby son have returned home from the Monmouth Hospital. Mrs. Kenneth Simpson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Lloyd of Reynolds at dinner Thursday in honor of her son Jim on his birthday. Miss Kai Hamilton has employment this surrirner at the Erie Neighborhood House in Chicago. While employed in Chicago, she may be addressed at 1347 W. Erie St., Chicago Mrs. Doyle Johnson and daughter, Wendy, of Denver, Colo., presently visiting her parents, AT. and Mrs. Leslie Dixon, were guests at a breakfast at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Leland Cooper, Tuesday morning. James Kelly is attending the University of" Illinois, taking a 2- week training course. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dutton and family of Alexis visited recently at the Robert Perrin home. The group held a cookout. The Little York Methodist Church is sponsoring a homemade ice cream social June 27. There will be a band concert that evening. From St. Louis Hugh McBride of St. Louis, Mo., spent several days recently with his mother, Mrs. Lilian McBride. Mr. and Mrs. William Morrell have moved into the property owned by Glen M. Brown. James McKelvey is staying at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Warren Brownlee, while attending Monmouth College this summer. Several attended a swimming and farewell party Thursday at :he Aledo swimming pool for the Max Hamilton family, who are moving from this community. Mrs. Riley Talbott, Mrs. Herbert Salmons, Mrs. James Connell, Mrs. Robert Simonson and Mrs. Mary Nicol accompanied a group of women from Belmont and North Henderson churches on a tour of the Sunset Home and Chaddock Boys Home at Quincy Friday. Mrs. A 1 v i n Bellinger spent Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Wilson in nlon- mouth. Mrs. James Reynolds entertained the Belmont Priscilla Club Thursday at her home. The group made articles for the Warren achievement bazaar next fall. Guests'were Mrs. Mary Nicol, Mrs. Richard Nicol, Mrs. Henry Kinney and Mrs. Dwight Boock. Attend School Among those attending this term of summer school at Western Illinois University at Macomb are William Thompson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Yerkey. Mrs. Wallace Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Garrett and daughter Dena, are spending a vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson at their camp at Tosver, Minn. Mrs. Homer Dutton, Mrs. Glen Guilinger and daughter, Nancy, Mrs. Paul Luckenbill and daughter, Karen, Leslie Guilinger and Stanley Rapp, Plans are moving along for the two day fair and carnival July 19 and 20, sponsored by the Boosters Club. The Fall Creek Methodist Church is having a lunch stand both days. Mrs. Ivan Waugh, Principal Paul Luckenbill and Superintendent Edward Johnson were in Macomb Wednesday and attended the educational exhibit. ' Mrs. Donald Greer and son, Vaughn of Adair spent Wednesday at the Alvin Bellinger home. Her niece, Diana Bellinger, accompanied . her home for a few days' visit. READ THE :LASS1F1EDS! Honor Rolls KNOXVILLE - Student honor rolls for the fourth quarter grading period at Knoxville senior and junior high schools have been announced. They are: Seniors—Myron Bnughman, Jerry Mitcllcll, Carolyn, Lcn Porter, Louise Cox. Louise'Englflnd, Cns- smulra Nelson, Dayle Palmer, John Paulsgrove, Janice Saline, Jerry Albright, Letltta Blohm, Dixie Burmood, Pat Conover, Jennifer Golf, Mary King, Wanda Owen, Joe Soplier, Dean Steele, Starr Varner and Alvin Cochran. Juntors—Melon Wahlbcrg, Sharon Delawcler, Steve Mathers, John Rosene, Sandra Stcgall, Dean Albright, Howard Gibson, Mary Gustafson, Charles Johnson, Carol Little, Sandra Marqulth, Cheryl Naslund, Bonnie Poland. Sophomores — Betsy Anderson, Paulette Hubncr, Peter Kimble, Sherry Little, Anna Meier, Don Moffltt, Gary Olson, Vnda Peterson, Eileen Whaley, Sheryl Brown, Kaye Curry, Paul Foshay, Paula Mcrldcth, Linda McCormlck, Jerry Saline, Sharon Sharp, Tom Steele, Beverly Stevens, Penny Stomberg, Pearl Strickland, Barry Swcnson, Steve White, Tom Ancll, Phyllis Barnhill, Karen Boone, Marcla Brown, Curtis Clark, Madclyn Cowman, Holland Eckman, Linda Harman, Janice Johnson, Jo Malono, Peggy Nichols, Carolyn Rosenbcrry, John Spurgeon, Grctchen Stlnc- baugh, Sharon Swanson, Pat Watts, Connie Wall, Leslie Wcech, Dennis Weldenhamer, Kathy Mixer. Freshmen — Linda Hatch, Becky Jacobs, June LaFollette, Bob Larson, Holly Lindahl, Cheryl Lundberg, Marian Spurgeon, David Ward, Dtxlc Abel, Sharon Adams, Ann Adolphson, Shirley Dcrham, Becky Dugan, Gory England, John King, Marilyn Knox, Sharon Stone, Martlc Thurman, Max Utsler, Bob Walck, TUU Whiteside, Vtcki Baxter, Rick Godsll, Gib Hcidenblut, Ted King, Trudy Little, Penny Mack, Bill Nixon, Rick Putnam, Ellen P.amp, Carole Stanton, Judy Tapper, Kathy Templeton, Mclanie Thurman, Ruth Varncll Tom Whitsitt, and Mary Windlsh. Eighth Grade—Diana McCormlck, Cheryl Dugan, Tommy Main, Reva Ceard, Mike Landon, Joanne Cochran, Gary Currey, Linda Carpenter, Marietta Sandall, Kathryn Johnson, Tom Eckman. Judy Hopping, Diane Larson, Huev Simmons, Roger Sharp, Ted Whitsitt, Janis Hcdbloor.-., Terry Hunter, Sharon Kaser, Bill Kerr, Chris Kimble, Ann Simkins, Linda Ycngcr, Linda Jones, Karen Myers, Bob Owen, George Soper, David Trotter, Mike Blankenship, Mary Blickcm. Seventh Grade—Kenneth Dowell. Harold Saline. Loreli Stinebaugh, Mary Whaley, Robert Johnson, Robin Godsil, Keith Myers. Jim Anderson, Mark Harris, Becky Jones, Sue Mathers, Sherry Brceden, Frederick Johnson, Pamela Eckman, Steven Mallery, Melody Howcrter, Vicki Howcrter, Janice Liniger. Golesburq Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Tuesdoy, June 2% ) 963 '. .1 .7. Knoxville Schools List KNOW ILL MRS. ANNABEL PETKRSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m.. 4-6 p .m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. PhOflft 28M1# Cabinet officials of the U. S. are appointees of the president, but the postmaster general is appointed to hold office during the president's term and one month thereafter. Couple Displays Pictures Of Churches at Club Meet KNOXVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. John Black of Galesburg showed slides of various churches in the United States and foreign countries that they had visited during their travels at a meeting of the Kiwanis Club at the Christian Church Monday night. Views of both the interior and exterior of the churches were shown and d description story was given by the Blacks. Rev. and Mrs. Miles Jackson of the Methodist Church were among the guests. Ladies night was observed with 24 members and wives attending. The next meeting will be held at the First United Presbyterian Church. Briefs Visitors in the home of Mrs. Millie Sommcrs Sunday were her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gunstcr of Golden. Lanny and Danny Hochhauser have returned to their home in Hinsdale after visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Peterson and family. Guests during the weekend of Rev. and Mrs. Howard Bailey were Rev. John Birkbeck of Aberdeen, Scotland, Russell Marshall Argonne Nationel Laboratory and Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey and son of Burlington. Mrs. Gerald Hood and daughters, Joy and Julia of Meadville, Mo. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevens. Mrs. Hood was formerly Ina Sornbcrg- er of the Knoxville vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson and son, Christopher Anthony of Bushnell visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevens east of town. The Johnsons left Saturday for Evanston where he is enrolled at Northwestern Univer­ sity. Mrs. Johnson is the former Josephine Stevens. Members of the Rebecca (jftles Circle of the Methodist ChurcrHn* vite active and inactive members of the circle to attend a potluck picnic luncheon Wednesday after* noon at 12:30 o'clock on the lawn at the Clarence Bennison home. Rev. Donald Mace of the Advent, Christian Church of Galesburg conducted services at .'St. Martha's Home Sunday. Group singing was accompanied .,by Elder Emery Bellinger, pianist, of Galesburg. X Miss Ellen England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn England is counselor June 24-29 at the Methodist Junior High Camp at' Camp Milan at Milan. Methodist Men and their families will have the annual potluck picnic at Lake Storey Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Drinks will be furnished, and installation of officers will be held. Cubs Recall Lemay CHICAGO (UPI) - Left-handed pitcher Dick Lemay has been recalled from Atlanta of the International League by the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs made room for Lemay by sending veteran 'infielder Ken Aspromonte to Salt Lake City of the Pacific Coast League on 24-hour recall. READ THE CLASSlFIEDSf Evtrtst A Jtnnlngi WNII1 Of AMI NMt H 10 IndiM MNTAU.Utlt*TfUU Go West WEST DRUG CO.. INC. 324 E. Malo St. TOTAL PERFORMANCE: FORD GALAX IE 500/XL SPORTS HARDTOP IF YOU KNEW WHAT THIS "CAR KILLER" KN0WS...Y0UD BE DRIVING A SOLID, SILENT SUPER TORQUE FORD This steel-edged pothole is probably the world's toughest test of a car's suspension. We drive into this car killer at 30 mph, locking our brakes as we go so the wheels can't roll through the hole as they normally would. The car slams against the far edge of the hole with such impact that it literally bounds out. If you added up the cumulative effect of all the jars and jolts your car's suspension system experiences in years of normal driving, it wouldn't match the impact of one trip through the hole. Yet—a Ford must run this test three times to prove its strength. How can a Ford take it? Because Ford's front suspension has extra beef in spindles, springs, suspension arms —in fact, it's about 20 pounds heavier than the front suspension of our principal competitor's car. We don't expect you to abuse your car the way we do our test cars. But, however you drive, you'll welcome the extra strength of a total performance ford. Ford strength is tested in a thousand ways in Ford 's laboratories and proving grounds—and in open competition in the world's toughest rallies and stock car events. Look at Ford's astounding record in open competition this year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and Atlanta SOCs, the World 600 at Charlotte, N.C, and in the demanding Pufe Oil Performance Trials. Only a car with total performance—the best combination of strength, balance, precision control and road- clinging suspension —could roll up so many wins. Before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, silent Super Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really know what a new Ford is like. Make this important discovery: if it's built by Ford, ifs built for performance. solid, silent SUPER TORQUE FOR 60 YEARS THE SVIUB01 OF DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS UQT0R COMPANY DRIVi THE CARS WITH TOTAL PERFORMANCE AT VOUR FORD DEALER'S TODAY!

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