Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 22
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 22

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Friday, July 5, 1963
Page 22
Start Free Trial

1 22 Gol^sbu ^^^^^^^ j*lr .- •: -_ h •• — j r ^ w *--*r ister-Mail. Galesbur >- MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 ft.m. 4 -6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Christian Church New Minister Sunday Night : KNOXVILLE — An installation Service for Arvid Oleson of Moline, who will become minister at the Knoxvltte First Christian Church, will be held at the church Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Thomas E. Morton, associate general secretary of Illinois De- ciples of Christ, will give the installation message. Rev. Howard Bailey and Rev. Miles Jackson of the Knoxville Ministerial Association will also participate. Rev. S. S. Carnock of the Moline First Christian Church will offer the prayer of consecration. Mr. Oleson has been an active layman at the First Christian Church in Moline, and Mrs. Oleson was organist there the past nine years. The Olesons recently terminated their home-building business in Moline and attended Blackhawk College. They have three children, Mrs. Neil Rettig of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Donald a student at Augustana College, and David of Moline. Don't Neglect Slipping Do false teeth drop, slip or wobble when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze? Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. FASTEETH, an alkaline (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth 'more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH today at drug counters everywhere. Oleson has committed himself to pastoral ministry and will continue his study while pastor of the Knoxville church. Fellowship Meets KNOXVILLE—The subject "More People, More Houses, Mom Cities" was used by Mrs. Harry Sever when she directed the program at a meeting of Christian Woman*s Fellowship Wednesday afternoon at the Christian Church. Devotions were given by Mrs. Marjorie Anderson using the theme "Growing Into Missions." The annual report was given by Mrs. Harold Goff, treasurer. Refreshments were served by officers of the society. Social Tonight The MYF of Maxey Chapel will sponsor an ice cream social at Maxey Chapel tonight beginning at 5:30 p.m. Homemade ice cream, cake or pie, coffee and pop wiU be served. Christian Church Arvid Oleson, pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Church services 11 a.m. Sermon topic "Aids to Prayer." Chi Rho and CYF at the church 6 p.m. Installation of Rev. Oleson and reception for the Oleson's 7:30 p.m. at the church. Bible discussion group Wednesday 7 p.m. Choir rehearsal 8 p.m. Presbyterian Church Howard Bailev. pastor. Sunday ft\<kt m school 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 A.m. A vocal duet will be presented by Mrs. Harold Listen and Miss Pat Atwater. Sermon subject, "Whom Do You Believe?'* Gllson Church Gilson Community Church worship at 9 a.m. by Rev. Floyd Case of Cameron. Sermon subject "Our Freedom in Christ. 0 DeLong Church DeLong Congregational Church Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Church services 10:15 a.m. by Rev. Floyd Case of Cameron. Jehovah's Witnesses There will be no meeting of Jehovah's Witnesses Sunday as members will be attending the assembly at Milwaukee, Wis. Briefs The Alphabetical Club will meet July 11 with Mrs. Clara Hutson instead of Mrs. Carl Schippert as previously announced. The Appleton Pioneer 4-H Club will hold the July meeting at the Maxey Chapel Sunday at 12:30 p. m. with a picnic. The 4-H ehtry cards will be filled out during the meeting, and the money from the vanilla project sales will be collected. Following the meeting, visits will be paid to the members projects. Grace Lutheran Grace Lutheran Church, Arnie E. Peterson, pastor, will hold confirmation class Saturday at 10 a.m., Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Worship and holy communion at 11 a.m. The Luther League will meet at the church at 4 p. m. and will go to the golf course and later to a picnic. The Ruth Unit of LCW will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Cochran. The group will visit Research Hospital in Galesburg Tuesday at 7 p.m. Sunday school teachers* training session is scheduled for Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the church. HOSPITAL The 63,000-ton passenger ship France is the longest luxury liner in the world. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WCDMCIDAY Walter B. Piatt Jf.» Maquon. Mrs. Carroll Fellfar, Watata. Mrs. Richard A. Stinson. ll» W, M D?SMlSSALft WEbHMDAY Miss Patricia Bybee, 788 N. Farft- ham St. . . .. . . . Mrs. Richard W, England* U1 Locust St. Mrs. Glenn W. Freeman, Abingdon. Mrs. \Tow Henrienfent Jr., New Windsor. Max Imler. 249 N. Kellogg St. Raymond Longcor, 354 S. Chambers St. Louie F. Magoon, 878 N, Cedar St, Timothy Mims, 1030 Emery St. Richard D. Nelson Jr., Gilson. Mrs, Francis C. Peterson, Galva. Walter B, Piatt Jr.. Maqtion. Mrs. William A, Pyle, Altona, George E. Rafferty, 427 W. South St. Lyle D. Skinner, Monmouth. Mrs. Etta M. Walsh, 1087 Grand Ave, \ Mrs. Michael H, Winters, 511 N. Cherry St. ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Queen Wells, 85 W. North St. Mrs. Larry E. Gillenwater, Abingdon. Mrs. Bernardino Rodriguez, 245 W. Prospect St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Albin C. Anderson, Galva. Richard L. Freeman, 1132 N. Cedar St. John W. Grey Jr., Medina, Ohio, Miss Jessie F. Griggs, 441 S, Chambers St. Mrs, Lydia V. Hall, 483 Hawkinson Ave. Mrs. Gary W. Nichols, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Ella Racker, 1015 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Mildred L. Smith, 116 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Donald H. Starks, 65 Arnold St. Teresa Sweet, 190 W. Prospect St. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Mable R. Hedstrom, Oneida. Miss Janet K. Galbreath, Galeaburg Route 1. Mrs. Leta W. Martin, Monmouth. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Dorothy L. BushneU, Cameron, Tony R. Beacom, Monmouth. Mrs. Easter M. Lewis, Abingdon. Mrs. Darlene Swanson and baby, Ophiem. Mrs. Pauline P. Hiatt and baby, Williamsfield. Mrs. Mary E. Ericson, Galva. Mrs. Bessie B. Hilton, BushneU. Mrs. Colleen K. Ostrom and baby, LaFayette. Theodore VanDusen, Yates City. William J. Myers, 1175 N. Broad St. George D. Vaughn, 110 Garfield Ave. Mrs. Grace Wilkins, 1070 N. Henderson St. Janet L. Thompson, Galesburg Route 2. Ronnie R. Nash, Pekin. ROSEVILLE-^T. C. "Pat" Bagloy, presided at the Monday night Board, when double parking, progress permit* were discussed Baptismal Held At Henderson HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Gerdes* infant son, Kenneth Ralph, was baptized Sunday at the Faith Lutheran Church in Wataga by the Rev. Mr. Peterson. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Holmes. on the new well improvement And Building permits were Issued to Watson Seed Co., Mrs. W. A. Lee, Alfred knight, Dr. John Hoyt, Chris fialmer and Warren Taylor. the board approved the advertised bids for street maintenance, These bids will be opened on July 8 at 10 a.m. Repeatedly, the double parking situation, in Roseville has been discussed by the board, as it was Again Monday. Wilbur Meadow^ Village clerk, has asked residents to cooperate in improving parking conditions before the State of Illinois takes action. There has been considerable blocking of traffic on the state roads 67 and 116, which is of concern to the village hoard. The new well at the pumping station is ready for the pump, it Was announced. As soon as the pump arrives, the project will be completed. Also, it was brought out that the pumps are able to operate at normal pressure, despite the unusually high temperatures. In addition to Bagley, mayor, Wilbur Meadows/ clerk, there were Paul Perrine, Bill Jenkins, R. E. Swanson, John Carlberg and Genevieve Romine, treasurer, present. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maxwell, who formerly lived west of Henderson, have recently moved to Galesburg. Maxwell is employed at the Cottage Hospital. tpson, 900 iff ton Ave. Cynthia Marie Perr Washington Ave. ADMISSIONS Knoxville, J URIDAY Lewis W. Sherman, Abingdon. Kristie K. McGlll. Warrensburg, Mo. Mrs. Martha L. Biederbeck, 1031 N. Cherry St. Vincent A. Luna, 256 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Janet M. Simpson, Abingdon. Mrs. Mary L. Dunlap, Monmouth. Russell L. West, 1415 Harrison St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. .Virginia R. Chehoweth and „ baby, 1264 W. North St. James Aired, 714 N. Kellogg St. Mre. Betty J. Thomas, 362 E. Losey Mrs. Joyce A. Webber and baby, Gilson. * Mrs. Georgia A. Davis and baby, Maquon. Mrs. Connie S. Flack and baby, Rio. £y ere £L c * Having, Cameron. Mrs. Shizuko Moore, East Galesburg. George E. Springer, Harvey Nursing Home. a Mrs. Marilyn J. Hodges and baby. 1764 Beecher Ave. Lois E. Moore, 443 Irwin St. mouth. Breakfast was served At 9:30 a .m., after which bridge was played, Mrs. L. H. LieufArtce of Phoenix, Ariz., a guest, and Mrs. G. C. Neilson received prises. Legion Auxiliary evening Bridge Club met At the National Cafe Tuesday evening. Bridge was played, with Mrs. Marjorie Smith and Mrs. William Jahn acting as the hostesses. Prizes were award* ed to Mrs. Bill Jenkins, Mrs. R. E. Icenogle and Mrs. Bruce Langford, Harvey Adair remains seriously ill in the Cottage Hospital, Galesburg, where he has been receiving treatment for the past week. Point Pleasant 4-H achievement day has been scheduled for July 12 in the Roseville Baptist Church. There were 38 members of the Watt family who gathered for a picnic supper in the Eldridge Me- mortal Park, Roseville, on Sunday evening, June SB* Mf» antl Mitt. Lee Bagley wert honored at • post-nuptial mlseellaneoua shower« Friendly Mixers elan will aeon* sor an ice cream aocial on the RosevHle Methodist Church lawn, July 19, instead of July 20, as previously announced. Serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. Woman's Society of Christian Service will convene in the Roseville Methodist educational building on Tuesday evening, July 9, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. James Mendel will open the meeting with the prayer circle. Mrs. Clark Oris- wold will give the devotion meditation. A film concerning Lang* leyville Settlement Mouse will be presented. The 1903 campers will also speak on their experiences while attending camping sessions. Naomi Circle is the hostess group. Swan Creek Methodist WSCS church Wednes- Witt 111**^* «1 WMW day at 7:&0 p.m. 4- h J Roseville Briefs Legion Auxiliary Bridge Club members were entertained on Tuesday morning in the home of Mfs. C. C. Richardson of Mon BRIDES Be sure to set the China and Crystal and register to our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Toe .1 WEBERS THE GIFT SHOP 149 EAST MAIN S42-1417 T 4 1 Frtth BREADS CAKES rot Special OOCMIO— COOKIES ROLLS L SCANDIA BAKERY * txmcn EXTRA SPECIALS FOR SAT., JULY IN KNOXVILLE MEL SAYRS' SUPER MARKET IN WATAGA ANDERSON'S MARKET IN LONDON MILLS C&R MARKET IN ONEIDA H&J GROCERY IN ABINGDON KRONSTED'S MARKET JERRY'S SUPERETTE 497 East Berrien IN GALESBURG PETE'S MARKET 788 North Seminary St EVANS GROCERY 632 South West St. Bottle Carton Plus Deposit Blue Jean Can you predict when you'll need your cash Blue Star Save 20c LGE. BAG THREE YEARS AND ONE MONTH is the avauge lifa of a savings dollar in the nationwide system of savings,and loan associations. Of course, some folks are able to keep reserve funds untouched for longer periods, But who can predict how long your savings reserves can remain untouched? Since most families can't answer that question — they keep funds in an insured^safe, fluctuation-free Fidelity Federal Savings Account. Whan tha tima comas, you know it will ba tharal 1 Here you get a generous yield—paid semi-annually, . on June 30th and December 31st. 2 You needn't hold your investment for 5, 7, 10 years to realize a full return as you would with some investments featuring high yield. 3 You enjoy safety insured to $10,000 by an instrumentality of the U. S. Government. 4 You have peace of mind knowing that no saver has ever been denied full access to all his funds. For safety, for security, no matter whan you need your money, open your savings account today at Fidelity Federal. FOR savings and of MAIN AND cHcnnv aTneata

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free