Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 8, 1963
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6 , CidlfbufQ Rcoistef-Moil, (aolesburo. Monday, July Bi. 196.3 GALVA 324 Milft 81 RUSSELL ALDERMAN Corrtfpondent Phont WE 2-2658 Galva CUmcs Hold Reunion HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage iitdHt ill GALVA - Members of the classes of 1948 and 1953 held reunions Saturday night. Members of the class of 1948 met for dinner at the Galva LeClaire Motel And then went to the American Legion Hall for the evening. The class of 1963 met for dinner at the Waunee Farm restaurant and met again Sunday in Wiley Park with their families. Newi Briefs of Galva Locality Members of the Messiah Luther Guard Outfits Take Field at Camp Ripley Nearly . 650 officers and men from the 2nd Battalion, 129th Infantry, Illinois National Guard, today headed into the fields at Camp Ripley, Minn., for four days of_ bivouac as the first leg of two weeks of summer training. The battalion's elements include the 108th Supply and Transportation unit from Kewanee, in addition to outfits from Sycamore, Elgin, Woodstock, Aurora and Kankakee and DeKalb. The battalion rolled into Camp Ripley shortly after noon Sunday by truck convoy after spending the greater share of three days on the road. Brigade headquarters company of Joliet joined the battalion, making a total of 643 men and 76 vehicles involved in the 584-mile' trek. Col. John E. Hallberg of Sycamore is brigade commander. The men ate, showered and rested Sunday before the trip to the field. It was a tired bunch of troops that pulled into Camp Ripley, 100 miles north of Minneapolis after two nights of bivouacking in pup tents at Monticello, Iowa, on Friday night and Lees Center, Minn., Saturday night. an Church will hold a bake sale and lawn auction at the church July 12. The proceeds will be used for the church organ fund. The bake sale will start at l p.m. and the auction will start at 7 p.m. The regular meeting of the Board of Education Of District 224 will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the administration office. A ticket was issued Saturday to Eugene H. Likes of Galva for failure to slop before entering the highway. Me will appear in court tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Members of the Kum Know Us Club will hold their meeting July 10 in the home of Mi's. LeRoy Anderson. Oneida Legion Hall Receives Improvements ONEIDA—The Rylander-Milroy Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday in the Oneida Legion Hall. Shirley Harmison acted as chaplain. It was announced that more window covering had been purchased and Cleo Whitman finfsh- ed pasting on the material. The members voted to purchase more stainless silverware to update the dining room inventory. A discussion was held concerning the blood donor reception in Oneida July 17. The county council picnic will be held in Abingdon July 21. Mrs. Virginia Henderson read a thank-you note from Tom Miller of the Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Children's School at Normal for a transistor radio, that the Oneida and Victoria units sent to him on his birthday. Hostesses were Mrs. Lillie Stickle, Mrs. Lois Ferguson and Mrs. Ethel Reynolds. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! SL Mary's ABMtifttdftt tJfttlllftAV Mrs, Lyte E. Pinckney, M ««N. Academy St. ^ , t< Michael Carlson, i?8 Phillips St. Luther Adams, Arlington Hotel. Anth Mt 8R sa c sWSbAv Mrs. Stewart S. Battles, 657 Knollcrest Dr. Mrs. junior Cramer, DeLortg. Louis Ezzo, Abingdon. Thomas Gooding, Maquon. Mrs. Forrest Kiipatrick, 840 Day St. John Kokenloupis, 1356 Clark St. Manuel Leon, 1628 Monmouth Blvd. Mrs. Jennie Lindeen, 865 Monroe St. Susan Marie Parkins, Berwick. David Roller, Alpha. Mrs. Viola Shepherd, Avon. Mrs. Richard StinSon, 1719 W. Main St. Donald Swearingen, Maquon. ADMISSION* SUNDAY Mrs. Jorge Prats, Knoxville. Mrs. OHa Frye, 244 N. Cedar St. Albert Jl Leiscke, Evanston. Charles R. Howard, Lake Bracken. Mrs. James R. Sparks, 704 Wisconsin Ave. Mrs. Marcus E. Knuth, 1719 W. Main St. William R. Felz, 1053 S. West St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Shelby C. Case, 363 Holton St. John L. Cline, 1493 E, Knox St. Mrs. Simeon W. Collinson, 2248 E. Main St. LuAnne Day, Abingdon. Mrs. Carroll L. Felgar, Wataga. Mrs. Roberta Frank, Abingdon. Glenda G. Gardner, Gilson. Jack L. Howerter, 912 Frank St. Mrs. Van R. Mahney, Williamsfield. Mrs. Lillian A. Pedote, 1290 Day St. Mrs. Lillian A. Pedote, 1200 Day St. Mrs. Edward R. Rohweder, Victoria. Mrs. Jack Sanford, 1241 Day St. Dahinda Boys Attend Camp DAHINDA — A group of Boy Scouts left Sunday for a week of camping at Camp Pearl, near Tennessee. Scouts who left from Dahinda are Rex Cherrington, Brent Gale, Steve Goff, Roger Fitchpatrick, Roger Woolsey, Carl Hunt and Keith Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davis and family and the Eugene and Richard Clark families are spending their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincon Clark in West Virginia. Dinner guests Sunday in the Leroy Parrish home Were Mrs. Bessie Davis of Brookfield, Mo.; Mrs. Georgia Matticks, Spe. 4 and Mrs. Ed Lumberry and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Parrish and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson attended the funeral for the former's sister in Michigan last weekend. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! GIANT LB. CAPACITY WASHER MODEL WA-504X • NEW TROUBLE-FREE PUMP • FITS LIKE A BUILT-IN + IMPROVED FILTER'FLO SYSTEM ir NEW SPIRAL ACTIVATOR * 2 WASH TEMPERATURE SELECTION * WATER SAVER SELECTOR WITH NEW Trouble-Fret PUMP Buttons, nails, matches and other items will never clog or causa damage, They easily pass through the new trouble-free pump and are caught by the Filter-Flo strainer, G-f DHYm ST ART AT *149 9 * CONVENIENT TRUJMN Now 7 P*y FREE Heme fn*l on G.fe. P, table Dishwashers - See Black s loday BLACK BROTHERS APPLIANCE DEPT. ADMttltOMI tff Mrs. Gloria M.AMfdn, RIO. Mrs, Edtth L. Stewart, qjwida. Lora Attft Lucas, Knoxville. Mrs. Connie 3, Anderson, Avon. George A. Renafd. Monmouth. Robert F. Smith, Knoxville. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Shiela A. Ellis, Monmouth. Vincent A. Luna, 256 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Viola F. Eagle, Alton*. . Ceorge Hempfing, 1249 E. Berrien St Forman Galyean, 471 M. Cherry St. Dallas O. Leadbetter, 1408 Monmouth Blvd. ... , Miss C. Virginia Hinchllff, 1720 N. Seminary St. Raymond D. Hensley, Knoxville. Mrs. Elsie M. Holt, Altona. • Rev. Frank M. Inman, Glendale, Calif. Mrs. M. Joyce Greer, 1278 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Alice L. Cain. Knoxville. Mrs. Ethel Mason, 182 Hawknlson Ave. Mrs. Nelle B. Nordeen, Wataga. Mrs. Beverly B. Uhlman. 1109 N. Cherry St. Russell L. West, 1415 Harrison St. Marilyn K, Shipp, 138S N Kellogg St. Mrs. Goldie M. Mabry and baby, Alexis. Mrs. Dorothy 3. Greene, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Janet M. Simpson, Abingdon. Mrs. Kathryn E. Durbin and baby, Abingdon. Ray Howerter, Ellisville. Mrs. Nadonna R. Parmeter, Cameron. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Beverly J. Terpening, 145 Walnut Ave, Mrs. Elsie M. Holt, Altona. Charles A. Nelson, 958 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Myrtle L. Ewing, 1250 E. South St. Mrs. Emma O. Gorsline. St. Augustine. Miss Wendolyn M. Lewis, Knoxville. Marvin P. St. Mrs. Ruth E. Braham. Yates City. Ray G. Sholl, 1169 Florence Ave. James E. Todd, Cameron. Donald L. Keckler, Toulon. Mrs. Fern G. Deal, 1407 N. Henderson St. Mrs. June M. Suydam, 1543 E. Knox St. Harold D. Arnold, Galesburg Route 2. Renda J. Gibbons, 364 S. Chambers St. Mrs." Shirley A. Krueger, Woodhull. Gregory D. Eatherton, Prairie City. Mrs. Johanna J. WesJ, Victoria. Mrs. Kay M. Stevens, 1076 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Margaret Pople. Henderson. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Carl H. Nyman, 1277 Harrison St. Mrs. Edith L. Stewart, Oneida. Jon A. Hanson, Monmouth. Mrs. Barbara L. West and baby, 474 W. Tompkins St. Lewis W. Sherman, Abingdon. Mrs. Barbara J. Coley, 1223 Beecher Ave. Charlie D. Dunn, 1246 Grand Ave. Clyde E. Alderman, 566 Churchill Ave. Seastedt, 559 E. Grove Plan Films At Kirkwood Library KIRKWOOD — Starting next Tuesday at 3 p.m., there will be a film shown for the children at the Kirkwood Branch Library. Other films will be shown on the following dates: July 23, Aug. 6, and Aug. 20. Kirkwood Briefs ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tinkham and family attended a dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zessin near Pekin. The occasion honored Alex Renner, who is 87. The following were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burk at Niota: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frank and Betty, Fred Shopper and Mrs. Rayburn Cooper and Dorothy of Aledq; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ortery and Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham, Dean and Rex, of Kirkwood. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hogue were Mrs. Mae Shoup of Spartansburg, S. C. and J. Roy Pence, formerly of Wauconda. Dr. and Mrs. William Glover and family of Milan, Ind., are spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pape and Cheryl. Mrs. James Cunningham entertained the following neighbor women Tuesday with a handkerchief shower for Mrs. Frank Kelly. Mrs. Franklin Hall, Mrs. Wendell Faudree, Mrs. Bud Stockdale, Mrs. Carrie Moore and Mrs. Gary Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly and children, Kathy and Kevin, are moving this week to Kewanee. Mrs. Mabel Hahn, who had been living in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arnold, has moved to the home of Mrs. Hazel Sabre at 709 S. C St., Monmouth. Mrs. Eva Rusk is a patient at Monmouth Hospital, Many dead elm trees are being cut down in Kirkwood. At the intra-den Cub Scout baseball game Tuesday, Dens No. 1 and 3 played opposite Den No. 2. The .game ended in a tie with the score being 15-15. Cub Scouts who wish to go on the trip to Rock Island July 9 were asked to be at the Methodist Church a' 12:30 p.m. and e--?ch boy is to take 50 cents with him. BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hurtt St* Buihnell. ftiont BtiihitiU Sit Set Open House for Birthday BUSHNELL-Mrs. David Miller will be the hostess for a potluck dinner at noon and an open house,, honoring the 85th birthday of her grandmother, Mrs. Lottie Babbitt, ft will be held Sunday at the residence of Wrlda Singleton, 845 Jackson St., in Bushnell, Relatives and friends were invited to attend the dinner, or call between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Mrs. Ginger Scott Is Cottiplimenettl A paper bridal shower in honor of Mrs. Ginger Scott, who be- NEWS BRIEFS OF AVON AVON —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carrico have returned to their home in New Orfeans, after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Carrico and other relatives. Ray Hall has returned to his home in Emerysville, Calif., after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hall in Kankakee and Mrs. Blanch Hall, Mrs. Iva Wiegert, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Murray and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Phillips and other relatives in Avon. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bollick and son Richard of Conover. N.C., spent several days 'ast week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Burden Orwig are vacationing in California, having made the trip by train. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pumfrey and son Donnie are on a 2-week vacation through the West and will visit relatives in California. Mr. and Mrs. James Sublett and family of Prairie City spent three days with friends around Springfield, including a Navy friend of Sublett's. Mr. and Mrs. Royce Davis and Katie are leaving Monday for a vacation trip to Washington, where they will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Lake and family. Mrs. Ora Shepherd has returned to her home after being a patient in Cottage Hospital in Galesburg. Mrs. Bruce Shoemate and daughters of Kansas arrived this week for a visit with her mother and family, Mrs. Naomi Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Turner have purchased the Ivan Ray property in West Avon and this is the new location for Betty's Beauty Shop. Dale Roberts was able to return home from a hospital. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! RIB SHACK North oo Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Open at 12 Noon on 4th oi July. For carry out *«rvlc« Call 342-2413 Open Dally at 5 PM News Nptes Of Oneida ONEIDA — J. Stewart Carlson ot Rio is a patient in the Aledo Hospital, where he underwent surgery Tuesday. Mrs. Carlson is a secretary to Mr. Valbracht, superintendent of ROVA School. Mrs. Robert Holt is a patient at Cottage Hpspital in Galesburg. Mrs. Otis Withrow remains a patient in Cottage Hospital. Dick Edwards, sponsored by the Lions Club and Charles Olson, sponsored by the American Legion, returned home after a week spent at Springfield attending Premier Boysh State. Both boys participated in the band, with each receiving band emblem. Teresa Reynolds of Oneida and Don Burns of Altona of the Walnut Progressive 4-H Club were in Champaign at the University of Illinois July 2 attending a 4-H state judging contest. They are participating in a 6-member team selected from this county. The Oneida Senior Youth Fellowship Class of the Presbyterian Church were guests of the Rio Senior Youth Fellowship Class at a skating party at the Alpha Skating Rink Friday. Mrs. Franklin LaDuke accompanied senior student nurses of Cottage Hospital to Peoria recently and visited the health de '->rt- ment and visiting nurses office. Mr. and Mrs. '.eland Dietsch and family of Lake Park, Iowa, were overnight guests in the home of Dietsch's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Reynolds and Teresa. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hatch and family, from the University of Colorado, are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hatch. came the bride of Jack Aber< nathy Sunday, was given by Mrs. David Miller. The room was decorated with a mobile of umbrellas, using the thought of a shower of good fortune to the bride J -to- be. Games were played during the evening, Guests were: Miss Wilda Singleton, Mrs. Lena Miller, Mrs. Ted Abernathy, Mrs. Rex Abernathy, Mrs. Willard Arvin, Mrs. Wihna Murfin, Mrs. Edna Monninger, Mrs. Ruth Nowers and Miss Chrysti Miller, Cj &ss Plans Picnic The Christian Links Class of the Methodist Church will hold a family potluck picnic at the VFW Park Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. , Centennial of War Is Observed Alice Carey Rlsley Tent, Daughters of the Union Veterans of the Civil War, met Friday in the home of Mrs. Zalea C. Elliott. Among those present were past national president, Miss Ora Cox, Mrs. Helen Lauterbach, a member who has been spending the past several months in Bloomington. The program was given by the patriotic instructor, Mrs. Garnet Ridle and was entitled "The Centennial of the Civil War." BUFFET Thursday - Friday - Saturday Serving 6 to 9 P.M. — $2.25 HARiOR LIGHTS SUPPM CiUi Wins Big Kate PARIS (UPI>—Exbury, owned by Baron de Rothschild and ridden by Jean Deforge, won the $100,000 Grand Prix de St. Cloud at th* St. Cloud racetrack Sunday. Alpha Family Vacationing In California ALPHA —Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morland and daughter Becky left Friday for a vacation in Los Angeles, and San Francisco, Calif. They will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Forsyth and the James Forsyth family, and grandmother, Mrs. Rachel Lee. Alpha Briefs Oxford Happy Hustlers 4-H Club will hold its annual achievement day program Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church. It will be in connection with the meeting of Oxford Homemakers' Extension Unit. Mrs. Helen Day of Davenport spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Moriand. Mr. and Mrs. John Whimpey, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fosburg and Mrs. Miles Whimpey attended funeral services Wednesday at Hinchliff and Pearson Funeral Home in Galesburg for Raymond Fosburg. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. John Whimpey and Clarence Fosburg and resided at Alpha when a young man. Leland Paul returned home Tuesday from Galesburg Cottage Hospital, where he had been a patient since June 28, following an accident when the truck he was driving was struck by. a westbound freight south of Alpha on U.S. 150. Paul incurred severe head lacerations and bruises. He is now reported to be improving nicely. The following seven girls from the Happy Hustlers 4-H Club attended 4-H camp Tuesday at the fairgrounds in Cambridge: Sandra Anderson, Debbie, and Jill Allison, Cheryl Knutson, Pamela Larson, Kathy McLaughlin and Kathy Robbins. Bald Bluff 4 -H Session Conducted BELMONT — Bald Bluff Sunshine 4-H Club recently met at the Robert Hale home. The following demonstrations were held: "Egg and Tuna Scallop" by Trudy Hale; "First Aid, Artificial Respiration, Poison Ivy Treatment, Electrical Shock," by Carol Hale, and "Maple Milk Dunk" by Rhonda Swenson. Talks, "History of Thready" by Barbara Campbell; "Kinds and Cuts of Meats" by Kathy Smith also were featured. The members and leaders discussed plans for a planned tour of Burlington Aug. 2. The recreation leaders were assisted by Barbara Campbell and Rhonda Swenson. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! THE BEST JOBS WITH A BRIGHT FUTURE IBM Computer Programmer* Data Proc#»»or» Independent and government forecasts show thousands needed soon. If you qualify, training can be completed in short period. For persons determined to do something for the future. Tuition payment plans. Write including phone number for information and interview. PCMT Box 629. care Register-Mall ON ALERT—In a vast expanse Of runway and sky a B -52 taken off In an "alert" against enemy attack. Neither Commander Rock Hudson (R) or his assistant Rod Taylor (L) know whether th« warning Is Veal or just a practice run. The explosive tensions of SAC's bomber and missile bases are the subject «f "A Gather- lag of Eagles" starring Hudson, Taylor, Mary Peach and Barry Sullivan and now showing at the Orpheum Theater. BILLED AT WEST—Marlon Brando, as Fletcher Christian., prevents mutineer Richard Harris from flogging Capt. Bllgh (Trevor Howard) In this scene from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "Mutiny oil the Bounty," now showing at the West Theater. The picture was filmed in Ultra Panavision and Technicolor In Bora-Bora, Moorea and fabled Tahiti with a cast of thousands. Attend Wedding . OQUAWKA - Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Delabar Sr. and Mrs. William Tee of Oquawka and Miss Marjorie Tee of Burlington went :to Monroe, Wis., last weekend where they attended the [wedding of their niece and cousin, Miss Nellie Mae Brown and Gerald Hawkinson, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the First Methodist Church, Monroe. Mrs. Hawkinson is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Brown, former Oquawka' residents. Other relatives attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs Walter Weevers and granddaugh ter, Karen of Washington, D. C; Lewis Brown and Nancy Canton of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs Ronald Higdon of Burlington Iowa. Movie Calendar MONDAY, JULY • ORPHEUM: "A Gathering of Eagles," 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:35 p. m. ,WEST:' "Mutiny on the Bounty," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10 p. m. only. DRIVE IN: "Fancy Pants," 9:00; "The Nutty Professor," 10:40; on« . ..complete showing .nightly. ; ,... j Railroad' passenger travel in 1962 was equivalent to a 107-mile trip for every person iq the United States. Now Playing! 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