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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

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KNOW ILL. E MAS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7*0 a.m. 4*6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone Mrs! Tucker Tells Society About School of Missioi KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Clarence Tucker addressed 28 members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at the Methodist Church Wednesday on "One of the Quiet Nights at the School of Missions" which she attended and described what was accomplished during her stay. Scripture was taken from the book of Isaiah. It was announced the study course for this fall will use the theme "Our Mission Today." This will be for all members of the church and will be held at family meetings. Mrs. Wayne Howarter, vice president, will conduct a meeting Friday to make program books. Mrs. William Parker announced prayer group meetings beginning in September. A reception for Rev. and Mrs. Jackson and his family on July 25 was announced. The contest for circle attendance was won by Mary Ann Conway Circle. A breakfast will be served for them in the educational building July 18 at 9:30 a.m. The district seminar will be July 17 at an all day meeting at Monmouth. The next meeting of the society will be a picnic at Lake Storey in August. Meet at Applcton Talks and demonstrations were given by members of the Appleton Spoon and Spool 4-H Club when they met Monday at the Appleton Grade School. Cecilia Mixer gave a talk on "Vitamins," Marsha Fields on "Inner Facings and How To Use Them," and RUBY'S Beauty Salon WEST SIDE EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS STARTING JULY 11 PHONE 289-9310 Denise Thurman cm *'Safety." Demonstrations were given by Kathy Mixer on "Basting Sauce For Chicken," Lynn Ann TTtxlIy on "Drop Biscuits," and Janet Pierson on "Sandwich Filling.*" Roll call was a nswered by members telling what they would do with a million dollars. Recreation was in charge of Denise Thurman - and music by Janet Pierson. Announcement was made of Achievement Day at the Dahinda Methodist Church Friday at 2 p.m. Hostesses were Rita and Margaret Shragal and Cecilia and Kathy Mixer. Plan Social Rebecca Giles Circle; of the Methodist Church will sponsor an ice cream social in trie city park Saturday evening. Serving begins at 7 p.m. Decatur B Clinton, To Keep Lead By United Press International The surprising Decatur Commodores squeezed past Clinton, 2-1, in 10 innings Wednesday night to retain their precarious grip on first place in the Midwest League. Decatur finished ninth in the first half of the split season, and had to win its last game to avoid falling into the cellar-. But the Commodores have been trie class of the league during tlaet second half of the campaign, leading the 10-team circuit with a 7-2 record. The loss tumbled the C-Sox from second to fourth place in the standings. Burlington, runnerup to Clinton in the first go-round, scrambled back into its familiar second-place slot with a 15-2 win over Dubuque. Fox Cities nipped Wisconsin Rapids, 2-1, Quad Cities blanked Quincy, 7-0, and Waterloo topped Cedar Rapids, 6-4, to complete the night's action. The same teams all play again tonight. Charter No. 3287 TheyH Dt> It Every Time m, ii ir-n/w i---iti-ni iirmtvm linn nmv firiifia.it i * -mm iwiiimtoiiiHtMia - By jimmy Hatlo 7 PlRST CASES 2 EVER JIWO|5K£0 ON WAS WE SHtflMPTOWM BAN* JOB* I PICKED UP A SHRED OP C(?EPE PAPER AFTER IHfi SPECIAL SQUAD MAO 8EEM ALL OVER THE PLACE*" ' THEM I REMEMBERED " AN EX-COM WHO USED , TO LIKE TO FLV KITES*- DID 1 EVER! TELLVDU 1 ABOUT HOW t BROKE THE GRINKS OOSP I SEE THIS GUV WHO WALKED LIKE HE WAD A COI?N,SEE P\ CLAMCE VVAMWA VS PICKING UP L PAPER-HE WAS IN THE SANITATION DEPARTMENT BEFORE HS MADE THE COPS". 9 L AND KLEBO SUSPECTS EVERV-I BODV VWTU BUM FEET-HIS L OLD LADY KEEPS MONEY INNER SHOE «• P THEV WROTE THOSE BRILLIANT DEEDS UP FOR TRICKY DETECTIVE MAGAZINE- BUT THEV GOT THE REJECTION- SLIP TREATMENT- ) King FwtutM Syndicate, Inc., 1863. World ri»hU rtMtved.; *!& SAY" NOTMIN6 OP M THE CASES THEy JH DIDN'T SOLVE < HATIO HAT TO „JO£ AEBISCHER, COUM1V COURTHOUSE, „. ORLANDO, FLA ^X Reserve District: REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE No. 7 FARMERS NATIONAL BANK OF KNOXVILLE In the state of Illinois, at the close of business on June Published in response to call made by comptroller of the under section 5211, U. S. revised statutes. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection ..: 3 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed (Net of any reserves) _ 1 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net of any reserves) 5. Corporate stocks (including $7200.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) (Net of any reserves) 6. Loans and discounts (including $1210.19 overdrafts) (Net of any reserves) - - _ 1 7. Bank premises owned $45,575.00, furniture and fixtures $2314.50 ' -11. Other assets 1963. curre ncy, •745.67O.09 ,414.342.12 723,0-50.06 •7,200.00 ,818,319.29 47,389.50 889.61 12. TOTAL ASSETS $4,762^3^0.67 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 5 2,223^512.01 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 18. Certified and officers' checks, etc 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $ 4,178,750.13 (a) Total demand deposits $ 2,746,422.64 (b) Total time and savings deposits % 1,432,327.49 1,200,894.99 84,568.80 655,742.30 14,032.03 23. Other liabilities 24. 6,000.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES 4,184,750.13 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stock; (a) Common stock, total par $120,000.00 120.000.00 26. Surplus -- 120,000.00 27. Undivided profits - 263,110 .54 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) *75,000.00 29. 30 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 578,116.54 $4,762.8^0.67 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS MEMORANDUM 13. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes - . * 365.000.00 » I, L. VV. Phillips, Cashier, of the above-named bank: cLo hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to tfae best of my knowledge and belief. L. A. PHILLIP'S. Cashier. We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this *-eport of condition and declare that it has been examined by u_s axui to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. G. F. HEBARD KENNETH J. CECIL, VAUGHN LARSON l->ix-e<rfcors Morris Kin Hold Reunion At Belmont BELMONT — The descendants of Mr. and Mrs. William Morris, early residents of the Belmont community, held a reunion at the George Kauzlarich home Sunday, with 50 in attendance. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Royal Ranney of Paris, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hepworth, Penny.and Peggy and Leslie Yates of Callao, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lindeman, Leslie and Jerry of Aplington, Iowa; Lee Coulter of Great Lakes; Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Winters, Bob and Tami, of Muncie, Ind.; Ronnie and Sue Ellen Morris of Walton, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith of Mount Prospect. Mr. and Mrg. Robert Armstrong and Janet and Mr. and Mrs. James Free, Mark, Tommy, Barry and Stanley of Little York; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Free of Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Young, Bill, and Mrs. Bill Gellerstedt and Kai of Moline; Mrs. William Vance Scott and Jolie of Manhattan Beach, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stevans, Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Free and Mr. and Mrs. George Kauzlarich, Susan, Sally, Toni and Cynthia, of Seaton. Miss Donna Schliffske of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waugh and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith were afternoon callers. Class Elects Officers The Young Married People's class held a meeting at the church Saturday. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. Clyde Campbell; vice president, Dwight Ricketts; secretary, Mrs. Dwight Boock; treasurer, James Martin. Plans were made for a float to be entered in the 4-H show in Little York. Mr. and Mrs. William Vance Scott and Jolie of Manhattan Beach, Calif., are visiting at the George Kauzlarich home and with other relatives in the vicinity. Mrs. Diane Wolfe and Brad of Monmouth spent Saturday night at the Lawrence Fredrickson home. Miss Pat Madigan of Galesburg and Mike Fredrickson were Sunday callers at the Pete Fredrickson home. Belmont Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicol and Mary Ann, Mr., and Mrs. Howard Carver and sons, Mrs. Mary Nicols and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tharpe were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Darrah. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith spent Saturday evening at the Robert Armstrong home to visit Mr. and Mrs. Royal Ranney and the Ted Hepworth family of Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waugh of Little York were callers also at the Armstrong home. Mrs. Leo Smith, Mrs, Royal Ranney and Mrs. Ted Hepworth OUR ANCESTORS by Quincy "It's a crying shame! Those kids know who you are and they still kick sand in your-face, Mr. Hercules?" Viola Area News Notes VIOLA — Mrs. Clarence McCreight, Jim and Margaret went to Princeton, Iowa Sunday to take their daughter and sister,- Mrs. Louis Means, who resides at Princeton, to Camp Wyoming, where she is a counselor. Her husband is attending Iowa University this summer working on his master's degree. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Pease held a fish fry at the Pease cabin, New Boston, Saturday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson's son, Jim, who will leave soon following a visit with his parents, for Seattle and from there will go on to Alaska, where he will be stationed. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. McCreight, Jim and Margaret Friday attended the annual picnic of the Mississippi Valley Sterling College' called on Mrs. Winnie Hottle at the Monmouth Nursing Home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Winters and children of Muncie, Ind., and Ronnie and Sue Ellen Morris of Walton, Ind., came Friday to spend the weekend at the Torrence Free home. Mrs. Winters was formerly Miss Betty Jean Morris, daughter of the late Paul Morris. Ronnie and Sue Ellen are children of Bill Morris, a son of Paul Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lindeman, Leslie and Jerry of Aplington, Iowa, spent Sunday night at the George Kauzlarich home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith of Mount Prospect spent Saturday night at the James Free home. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Winters and children, Ronnie and Sue Ellen and Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Free also were supper guests at the James Free home. Alumni at Black Hawk State Park, Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Little of Silver Springs, Md., were weekend guests of Mrs. Sara Smith and called on area friends of former years. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sims Monday in East Moline. Little attended Viola School when his parents resided in Viola and he left the locality about 40 years ago. Mrs. Gertrude Morris was hostess to 35 relatives of the Morris families at a cook out Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holdsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Butcher have returned home from a northern vacation and fishing trip. Mrs. Lois Wilson is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Anson Wilson, before returning to her home in Alpha. Mrs. Wilson has returned from a 2- month vacation spent at Palm Desert, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bellinger and children have returned home from a vacation camping in Michigan. Rev. and Mrs. Philip Richardson left Monday for their 3-week vacation in the East, which will include a visit with relatives in West Virginia and camping in various places of" interest. Recent guests of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson were the Rev. Mr. Gofesburg Register-Moil,. Gafesbufa, I If, Thursday, July f t ,-.1?63 19; Reds Fail to Show Up for Moscow Talks MOSCOW (AP) — Soviet and Chinese negotiators failed to appear today at the hilltop villa where they have been debating their ideological differences. Normally the two delegations arrive in black limousines shortly before 10 a.m. but today there was no sign of them and no immediate explanation of their failure to appear. Recess Likely Western observers speculated that the talks, which have been in progress at the villa much o£ the time since the Chinese arrived last Friday, may have been recessed again. There was a recess on Tuesday, reportedly because the Chinese were awaiting instructions from Peking following an attack on the Chinese by the Soviet Communisty party central committee. Some Russians appeared at the villa Tuesday, but the Chinese did not. Today, neither the Russians nor the Chinese came. Neither the Chinese embassy nor headquarters of the Soviet Communist party would make any comment about what might be happening today. Toulon Couple Return From Ohio TOULON—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith returned home Saturday from a vacation trip to Dayton, Ohio, where they visited her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Himes. They then made a trip through the Northeast. Mrs. Floyd Shinn of Akron, Ohio, visited with Mrs. Bess Bergman. Her late husband was a former Toulon resident. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Doden visited July 4 with his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsay Deaner in Mendota. Oliver Hackwith and sons of North Highland, Calif., have returned home after visiting the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Preston Burcham. To Hospital Mrs. Elizabeth Mawbey was taken from Toulon Public Nursing Home Saturday by ambulance to Kewanee Public Hospital. Mrs. Lee Henneberry and infant son returned home from Kewanee St. Francis Hospital. ABINGDON DOROTHY WM1TSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 706 W. Adams St, Phone 631 HI? III North Henderson Club Sets Program NORTH HENDERSON — The Handy Helpers 4-H Club will have its achievement night Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Zion Lutheran Church. Mrs. Eugene Custer and Patty have returned home from Rochester, Minn., where Patty had ear surgery. Richardson's parents from Southern Illinois. Gary Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Cook has enlisted in the Air Force and left Monday for St. Louis for his induction. From St. Louis he expects to be sent to Lackland Air Base at San Antonio, Tex. He is a '63 graduate of Winola Senior High School, Viola. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS I THE FIRST REALLY FURNACE IN 30 YEARS COLO WEATHER— OAME m MUD WEATHER. fLAME OOWUi W8i***«i GASAVER... fotiurtt 2 tberatutiis (one-indoor and Me-wtdoor) PARRIS HARDWARE 104 E. Jackson St. Home Killed MEATS FOR PETS BEEF BEEF Hearts & LIVER Tongues .b 15c ib 15c REEF Home Rendered SIDES LARD ib. 43c 59c SEE OUR FRESH FROZEN RETAIL MEAT CASE - LARGER SELECTION - BETTER DISPLAY. \ "Quality and Service Is Our Motto" FEY'S PROCESSING SERVICE BERNARD L. FEY Phone 3447 Abingdon, 111. Lodge Conducts Memorial ABINGDON—Ahingdon Rcbekah Lodge Monday evening rcniem* bercd Mrs. Mabel Richey with a memorial service held in her honor. Several reported having attended the funeral rites and a note ot appreciation was read from the Richey family. Mrs. Maude Ryan read an article from the Blue Book and Miss Urilh Atkins welcomed the assembly including Mrs. Mae Rork, former Abingdon resident, now of Citrus Heights, Calif. Another guest was Mrs. Lillian Crady, Wyoming. It was agreed to serve an ice cream social in Abingdon Hotel lodge rooms July 27 which will be open to the public. Those in charge are Mrs. Jennie Castle, Mrs. Annis Day and Mrs. Mina Foltz, sandwiches; Mrs. Ethel Knapp, Mrs. Helen Fey and Mrs. Maude Ryan, ice cream, cake and pics: Mrs. Mary Peek, Mrs. Verna Dunlap and Mrs. Althca Bond, beverage; Mrs. Winnie Lomax, decorating; Mrs. Nora Paull, Mrs. Fern Fegan and Mrs. Erma Potts, tickets. Serve As Officers Pro tern officers were Mrs. Mina Foltz, warden; Mrs. Verna Dunlap, right supporter, and Mrs. Mae Rork, left supporter to the noble grand. District Association 11 officers introduced and welcomed were Mrs. Castle, treasurer; Mrs. Paull, past president and right supporter to vice president; Mrs. Bertha Johnson, chaplain and Miss Atkins, courtesy guardian. Miss Atkins thanked those who contributed food and helped serve dinner the day of Mrs. Richey's funeral and also thanked those who served at last meeting social hour. Congratulations were extended Mrs. Ruth Bovard on a new grandson. Birthday bank contributions included Mrs. Mae Rork, Mrs. Winnie Lomax and Mrs. Erma Potts to whom birthday song was sung. Next regular meeting will be July 22 with Mrs. Fern Fegan, Mrs. Ruth Cullen and Mrs. Mary Peek composing the social committee. Ice Cream Social Planned by Society Sacred Heart'Altar and Rosary Society Monday evening made final plans for its ice cream social scheduled for Sunday, July 14 Attention was drawn to the used book booth where both paperback and hard cover books will be on sale at the social. Mrs. Charles Cecil won the prize. Social committee was composed of Mrs. Paul Ortery, Mrs. Maelo Bahl, Mrs. Dick Bahl and Mrs. Jim Hare. Next meeting will be in charge of the International Relations committee. Abingdon News Briefs Miss Florence Irene Young and Mrs. Jennie Palmer spent Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell near Avon. Mrs. Palmer is spending a few days in the home of her grandson and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Reeves, Galesburg. Bracken Busy Bees 4-H Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Clifford Pence Sr. with the Pence family as hosts. The club participated in share-the*fun night July I with a skit por« raying "The Forgetful 4-H Farn*,., ily." Miss Daisy Redfield, who has, been in St. Mary's Hospital sever* al weeks, will celebrate her birth*. . day July 14. Her room number ijj,,. 224. Mrs. Eva Courson Tuer'lay morning in St. Mary's Hospital .• submitted to major surgery, r'/sr . room number is 219. Henry L. Burns of Covington, Va., spent July 4 with his aunt and cousin, Mrs. Fred Mcguifa , and Mrs. Jessie Palmer. Mrs. Wilbur Roark of Citrus, , Heights, Calif., and Mrs. Ruth Cox, Mrs. Ralph Lucas and Mrs--. . Maude Newkirk, of Galesburg,, . Wednesday called on their cousin, Mrs. Harrison Rogers. Kirkwood 4 -H Club Reports KIRKWOOD - The Kirkwood'' ' Klipper 4-H Club met July 3 at'•'• the Westminster Church. Barbara ' Wayland received a map of Bur- " lington for the 4-H tour. Jan.'"' Cochran gave a report on share < the fun night. A committee was^ selected to make a poster for the '' chicken barbecue. Anyone in-" • tcrested in 4-H was invited to< < attend local achievement July 17." at 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist '' Church. Lucy Van Riper and ' Barbara Wayland volunteered U>. • give demonstrations July 25 afc,,. county achievement day at the Junior High School in Kirkwood. > The club is to serve lunch at both- .. churches for county achievement.. day. Jan Cochran, Linda Pusey, and Judith Breuer are to write the invitations for local achievement day. Jennifer Breuer gave a demon-, stration on "Sewing." Jan ; Cochran and Penny Ross gave a,.. demonstration on "Smocking a,.. Pillow." Linda Coulter gave a, , talk on "Kneading Bread." Mary Sue Vice gave a talk on "Sewing. Refreshments were served by Anne Wolf and Judith Breuer. Coziahr Family Reunion Held The Coziahr family reunion was held at the Lincoln Park pavilion Sunday. Approximately 125 members attended a potluck dinner. The elderly members in attendance included Mrs. Alice Melton, Roy Coziahr, Mr. and Mi's. Charlie Melton, Orlan Coziahr and Mrs. Blanche Rittenhouse. YARD and BAKE SALE 107 N. AUSTIN ABINGDON SAT., JULY 13 - 9 - ? UNITED PENTECOSTAl> CHURCH LADIES AUXILIARY SHANKS Buy Direct for Cash Sell for Less You save up to 20% extra charges and BUY FOR LESS at Shanks Cash Store. Maternity Wear All sizes 8 to 20. 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