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-till 1 r " * (Self&bu fster*Mail, Gotesburi Church Group r "i Engage Speaker From India KtRKWOOD - The United Presbyterian W<MHeft'a Organization Will fneet at the church' at *7:30 pin. July 5. The guest speaker Will be Mrs. Shahla Anand, organizing secretary of Women's work of IhG Blocfesfc of Arm! tsar, India. Mrs. Anaftd holds a master of arts degree in English literature from Columbia University, as well lis degrees in English from India Universities. She has served as editor of the English language monthly magazine, "The Indian Home." and as vrce president of the provincial board of women's work of the church of India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon. SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Open at 12 Noon on 4lh of July. For carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. At present, Mrs. Anand is in the United Stales speaking to women's groups and participating in leadership training schools under the auspices of the Commission on Ecumenical Missions and Relations of the United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Harold Huber will lead devotions. The hostess committee is as follows: Mrs. Don Murphy, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, Mrs. Cecil Thomas, Miss Aline Frank and Mrs. Robert Rhinehart., 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. Carlson and children, Danny, Bonnie and Rita, attended a reunion of the class of 1943 of Roseville High School at Roseville Park Sunday. Mrs. Carlson was one of the 17 class members present. Communications were read from some of mond Carlson, this was a demonstration lesson, and Mrs. Mann and Mrs. Carlson cooked three different recipes and served the food to those present. Mrs. Glenn Rothzen gave,the minor lesson on "International Projects.*' The next meeting will be in Kirkwood with the Kirkwood Klip- pers 4 -H Club, with the two hostesses helping with local achievement day. Warren achievement day will also be held in Kirkwood July 25, with the entire unit of Tompkins Sunshine group assisting. Kirkwood Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kinney and his sister Pauline of Kankakee HOSPITAL 1 9 *L"^J!«i?" visited Saturday with their Mrs. Anna Kitchen. aunt. The Kinneys were en route to Milton, Iowa, to visit relatives. Mrs. Kendall Gibson returned to Kirkwood recently from La Jolla, Calif., where she spent eight months. St. Mary'i AfiMttfttOft* TUESDAY Mrs, Edward R, Rohweder, Victoria, Miss Jessie Griggs, 441 S, Chamber* St. John F. Carmen, 1702 E. Main St. Teresa L. Sweet, 190 W. Prospect St. Mrs. Clyde W. Woods, Monmouth. Mrs. Thomas F. Prior, St. Augua- tine. Mrs. Glenn W. Freeman, Abingdon. Mrs. Cecil W. ColUnson, 2248 B. Main St. Mrs. I/aura A. Frymir*, 54 S. Prairie St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Mrs. James A. Allfcnaworth, 1625 Moshier Ave. William J. Bradford, 708 Olive St. Miss Ffankic CooJey, 72 N. PleaMrtt Ave. Mrs. Rose O. Lehman, 941 S. Farnham St. Thomas Meline, Wataga. Mrs. Holland Olmsted, Jacksonville. Mrs. Eugene T. Pech, 898 Hawkin* son Ave. Mrs. Verl I. Pitts, Woodhull. Mrs. John J. Sauter, 1024 Brown Ave. Miss Margaret Spiiman, Knoxville, John P. Starcel, 389 Illinois Ave. mtvrn H ENDERSON - A t* ceptidfi for ttev. William Palmer, pastor of the Methodist Church and his wife, will be held Sunday at the church at 8:30 p.m. luck lunch will be held. 7* 7* ye READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ROOTS MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVI, Moufi — tuts.* Wed.. Thuft., r *l„ Sal.—10 a.m. to 12 Mldiilte. Sunday — 5 p.m. io Mfdfllfte. Closed Monday** Cottage those unable to be present Two Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of Mon- of the teachers were'also present, mouth were hosts at a Carlson family gathering at Lake Warren. The occasion honored Mr. and MARTIE' RESTAURANT Cherry Homemakcrs Meet The Tompkins. Sunshine Unit of the Warren County Homemakers Extension met Friday in the home of Mrs. Hugh Shauman with Mrs. Gerald Hull, assisting hostess. The major lesson, 'Tat Controlled Cookery/* was given by Mrs, Arthur Mann and Mrs. Ray- ening JULY 15th FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. Mrs. John Carlson and children, Carol, Cheryl, David and Rodney, of Westminster, Calif., who are visiting relatives in this area. Breakfast wfll be served from 7 until 9 a.m. at Young's Lake July 4 to members of the Prime Beef Chapter of the Isaak Walton League. Members were invited to take guests. Movie Calendar ALL THE Don National DAY FOURTH Restaurant ROSEVILLE WEDNESDAY/ JULY 3 ORPHEUM: "Savage Sam," 1:30, 3:35, 5:35, 7:35 and 9:45 p.m. WEST:. "Mutiny on the Bounty," 1:30, 4:50 arid 8:10 p.m. THURSDAY, JULY 4 ORPHEUM: "A Gathering of Eagles," 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 t 7:30 and 9:35 p.m. WEST: "Mutiny on the Bounty," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10. GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSIONS L«av» Burlington at 3 P.M. (D.S.T.) for a four-hour Scenic Trip up through Lock 18 and back to Burlington at 6 P.M. Dina at Arion Resturanl. SATURDAY. SUNDAY and HOLIDAYS Call Burlington, Plata 2-2925, collect for Charters and Reservations. ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs. Barbara L. West, 474 W. Tompkins St. D. Leroy Shreeves, Knoxville. Albert F. Holmes Jr., 169 N. Pearl St. Russell M. Kinney, Knoxville. Clyde K. Peterson Jr., Abingdon. Mrs. Viola Eagle. Altona. Ray C. Goodell, Table Grove. Mrs. Betty L. Davis, 938 E. Main St. Loren P. May, 494 Clark St. Sheila A. Ellis, Monmouth. Cynthia Marie Perry, Knoxville. Mrs. Shizuko Moore, East Galesburg. Mary Jean Link, Henderson. Mrs. Nellie M. RoseUe, 451 Columbus Ave. Lois E. Moore. 443 Irwin St. Miss C. Virginia Hinchliff, 1720 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Helen M. Henry, 118 Olive St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Mrs. Carole L, Townsend and baby. 790 S. West St. Richard E. Oakes, Galesburg Routa 3. Miss Peggy I. Hinchee, Marietta. Mrs. Mary E . Olson, Gilson. Mrs. Fredia E. Larson, 729 Jefferson St. Richard A. Sink, 1033 Johnson St. Mrs. Eleanor H. Haun, Ipava. Lyle M. Allen, Macomb. Ralph W. Matheny, Marietta. Mrs. Beverly D. Merideth, 487 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Edith C. Peterson, Galva. Myron Lucas, 666 N. Kellogg St. Douglas J. Henegar, Abingdon. Mrs- Martha E, Martin, Juneau. Wis. E. Wayne Harshbarger, KnoxviUe. * Rocoe H. Simkins, Abingdon. Steven D. Shonkwiler, 1763 Willard St. Harry Leland Paul, Alpha. Highest temperature recorded in the United States was 134 degrees, July 10, 1913, at Death Valley, Calif. MUSIC MENU "BIO HIT* 1 It yon want good IUSIC, "we got U." Everett's Tap WAT AG A FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-In Window Alio Wataga Homacomlnfl This Weekend STARTS SUNDAY BIK1SCH PICTURES & ROBERT WISE PRESEHI R0BBSE SUIRIEY MilChUM MSFIAiNE RATHE fKSttttO IN ASSOCIATION WIN tttt* «TS PWOUCWR*. *£ VNIIIOMIISISI """ AIR-CONDITIONED J * SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c EARL Children 25c THEATRE Knoxville COMFOtTAMT COOt OPEN 1:14 AT SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES llilllll _*\* * + r ill "mm mm mmm® luApjV^-xXyaF ^•X'X-X* J 4 # • • • W 4 I • * -V,V*v,:.:o- TRUE... TURBULENT... TREMENDOUS! —Fi •* * * + * 1 * + 4 « v • + • • * 4 ******* w^^T* W ¥.:•:•>>•y:-:-:-:-xy-:':^:;-:-:vX-:-x-:-yJ m METRtt-COLOWYIf- MAYER Preston) H*fc f iVi 4\ * - m m - M L - Am * 4 + + i n * m J^j A M kW * 4 l^j mm m m. m w w m m. 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