Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
Page 19
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20 (fote^^ BASKET FULL OF $$$~Gctting ready to fill the waste paper basket with money arc Galcsburg .Taycce and summer youth program officials. Instead of being deposited at the city dump, the basket's contents were safely stored at the Galcsburg Farmers & Mechanics Bank where (hey will stay until used this summer for a youth playground program. The money, totaling $750, was collected at Jayccc sponsored stock car races, along with contributions from locals PTAs. Helping to deposit the money above arc Don Peterson, (left), Jayccc president, and program supervisors Bob Frank and Carol Frctucg. The program at the city's various school playgrounds will continue through Aug. 2 and is open for children 6 to 15 years. BUSHNELL ff*WI Correspondent Mrs. Barnard Brlllharl 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 Rotary Club Seats Officers BUSHNELL—Installation of officers for the 1963-64 year was held Monday evening at the dinner meeting of the Bushnell Rotary Club at the Methodist Church. Earl Niestradt, conducted the meeting and was in charge of the program. Ray Hanson, past district governor, installed the following officers: President, John Shanklin; vice president, Ivan Zuck; secretary, Guy Elliot, and treasurer, Art Armstrong. Earl Niestradt was presented a past president's pin. Awards for perfect attendance were presented to Robert Ewan, 22 years; Howard Payne, 21 years; D. R. Daniels, 12 and Dr. Harold Fitch and Maurice White, each 9. Visiting Rotarians were Jerry McGrew, Hanson, Roy Kerr, Ralph McDonald, and 0. T. Barton, of Macomb, and honorary Rotarians Robert Rawls and Ray Cowpcrthwaitc. New Book Depository Books may be returned and deposited at any time in the new book depository stand placed in front of the Bushnell Library Building. Meetings Scheduled The Philathea Class of the Bap- list Church will meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Willa Fowler. The VFW Auxiliary will hold a regular meeting at the VFW home Friday at 8:15 p.m. A PRODUCT OF GLENMORE Bushnell'PC Girls Honored PRAIRIE CITY — Jill McFadden and Nancy McNeelcy of Bushnell-Prairie City High School received state FHA degrees June 22 during the Illinois FHA state leadership conference at Illinois Normal University. This is the highest honor a FHA girl can win at the state level. Both girls will be seniors. Both have been active members and have served on many committees and many FHA activities during their three years in high school. Miss McFadden has been local historian the past school year and will serve as recreation chairman for the coming year. She will also be District 9 historian. Last year, Miss McNeelcy served as local degrees chairman and as secretary of District 9 which consists of 26 schools in this area. Next year she has been elected to serve as president of her local chapter. OLD THOMPSON SUGGESTED PRICES Bible School Slates Picnic at Henderson HENDERSON — A picnic will be held Friday for parents and students of the summer Bible school at Henderson Evangelical United Brethren Church. , Those attending are to meet at the church at 11:30 a.m. and the group will then proceed to Lincoln Park. The Bible school program will be held Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the church, with the program to be given by the children. A fellowship meeting will be lick afterwards at Henderson Hall. Bride Is Honored At Shower % QUART... $415 $265 $135 WED* IN THE* WOOD 8LENDED WHISKEY • 86 PROOF - 62'/i% GRAIN fi 'EUTRAL SPIRITS • CLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO. LOUISVILLE • MEtiSBORO. M. NEW WINDSOR - Seventy persons attended the postnuptial shower for Mrs. James McGaughy, the former Jeanine Engstrom, at the CE Building Thursday evening. The program was in charge of Mrs. G. 11 Johnson and Mrs. Wilbur McQueen. Giving a vocal solo was Miss Sharon Borst, accompanied by Mrs. Harry White, both oi Sherrard; readings by Mrs. William Johnson; piano solo, Daiiene Hultgren of Viola; vocal solo, Virginia Garrett, accompanied by Mrs. William Johnson. Tables were decorated in the bride's colors of blue and white arranged by Mrs. Lester Robb and Mrs. Lyle McGaughy. Bonnie Peterson and Jean Engstrom of WoodhuU, cousins of the bride and Diana itice of Alpha, assisted the bride in opening her many gifts. Mi's. John Engstrom and Mrs. William McGaughy, mother and mother-in-law of the bride, shared honors at the luncheon, which was in charge of Mrs. John L. Carlson and Mrs. Curtis McAtee. Birthday Is Observed at Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY - A group of friends gathered at the home of Miss Fledith McKinzcy Friday for an informal breakfast to honor Mrs. Betty Emory on her birthday. Those present were Mrs. Emory and daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Hornbaker, Mrs. Gloria Seifcrt and daughters, Mrs. Mary Jane Buchcn and children, Mrs. Betty Fayhec and children, Mrs. Martha Bcatty and children and Mrs. Maud Emory. Mrs. Emory received gifts from the group. Attend Luncheon Mrs. Leo King was a luncheon hostess to her bridge club Saturday and her guest, Mrs. Orrin Skean. Tables were arranged afterward for the usual games of the afternoon. Marking the high score tallies were Mrs. Ray Everly and Mrs. John Durie, who received gifts. Prairie City Briefs Mrs. Goldie Martin Berglund, Macomb, and Miss Lucia Turpin attended the annual reunion of former Hcdding College students at the Methodist Church in Abingdon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McFadden, Nancy, Jill and Jcrcd, attended the Illinois FHA state leadership conference at the Normal University Saturday. They also visited their son and brother, Joel McFadden, who is attending the summer seminar at Illinois W'es- leyan at Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Varncr and John and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose, Judy, Jeff and Gregg, took a weekend trip North visiting Lake Geneva, North Shore and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Yeast visited the historical city of Galena during the weekend and up into Wisconsin before returning home Sunday night. READ THE WANT ADS! Golden Circle Unit to Help Red Cross B1GGSV1LLE—The June meeting of the Golden Circle Unit of the Henderson County Home Extension Association was held Monday, Jime 17, at the home of Mrs. Charles Sterrett, with Mrs. Marion Shappell and Mrs. Robert Seymour assisting hostesses. Guest was Mrs. Frank Anderson. The major lesson was presented by Mrs. Stephen Graham Jr. on "Fatigue Out of Everyday Living." Mrs. Phillip Bigger gave the minor lesson, "Common World Market." The first vice chairman, Mrs. C. E. McChesney, presented evaluation sheets listing some of the previous lessons given during the year for the members' approval. She also stated that the I unit was asked for volunteers to \ help with the Red Cross blood donations in Gladstone Township sponsored by the Red Cross at a later date. To Exchange Vows Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Dougas, Port Byron, are extending an j j invitation to all members of the Biggsville and Gladstone churches to attend the wedding of theii daughter Cathy Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Biggsville Methodist Church. Bible School ts Concluded In Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY—The vacation Bible school sponsored by the yoked field of the churches of Prairie City and Walnut Grove closed Friday with a total enrollment, together with teachers and helpers, of 117. The committee in charge comprised Mrs. Martha Beatty and Mrs. " Virginia Hawkins. The teachers and helpers were Mrs. Coney Carr, Shelly Carr, Caroline Lock, Rev. and Ms. E. L. Dunavin, Margaret Dunavin, Tom Dunavin, Nancy McB'adden, Jill McFadden, Mrs. Laura Akers, Joyce Lock, Mrs. Robert Fox, Louetta Fox, Mrs. Helen Smith, Mrs. Isabel Wilson, Mrs. Nina Profit-Coffee Break TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Teachers at Henry Grady Elementary School take a coffee break before their workday begins, and profit from it. Each morning from 8:15 to 8 :25, the teachers meet for coffee and conversation. "We go over any new paper work that comes across the desk, we discuss testing and problems and it gives the teachers a chance to exchange ideas and other opinions related to their work," says Principal W. E. Hall. "The results are gratifying." Arnold, Patricia Smith, Mrs. Mary Craver, Mrs. Elizabeth Thurman, Linda Hummer, Cindy Keener, Kathleen Stoneking, Lynn Beth Harding, Judy Robison, Mary Thurman and Mrs. Peg Lock. Mrs. Grace Buchen and Mrs. Marion Lock were in charge of the refreshments. Fayhccs Building New Home at Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fayhee are planning a new home which will be located south of the Orrin Skean home on the northwest corner. It will be a 3-bedroom home, basement and 2-car garage and of brick veneer siding. Excavation for the basement is to start Thursday, if weather permits. Opening Restaurant A new resturant will open in about two weeks in the location of the former Jack's Snack restaurant. The proprietors will be Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Formhals, who have formerly operated eating places at Farmington. Mrs. Formhals is well known for her Emory Family Reunion Held PRAIRIE CITY — The Emory family reunion was held Sunday at Glenwood Park in Macomb, with 52 present to partake of the basket dinner at noon. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Emory, Mrs. Maud Emory, Miss Fledith McKinzey, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Emory and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hensley and family, Fred Emory, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- special ability in food preparation. She is the mother of Mrs. Paul Fayhee. Couple Moves Mr. and Mrs. Sam White are moving into the Harold Balagna house. Mr. White is employed by the Forrest Servans farms. shall Emory and family and guests, Mr, and Mrs. Rex Emory and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ldnnie Parker and family, Dick Evans, Mr. and Mrs. John Fisk and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Quigle and family, Jill McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Emory and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Crowl and family. Mrs. Ralph McFadden enter* tained her bridge club Friday and her guest was Mrs. Kate Lockwood, who also received the high score of the evening to receive the prize. Other prizes went to Mrs. Beverly Curtis and Mrs. Doris Long. Jimmy Hall, 25, played with nine minor league teams since 1956 before he was brought up by the Minnesota Twins this spring. 1EAD THE WANT ADS! DOYLE'S ONE WEEK ONLY DAYS! BIG SPECIAL ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE REGARDLESS OF CONDITION. 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