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WVKNTH DAV AflVlNrilf 147 Blatn* AVf ,, CALVAMt UllUllCH-ASHtMfcL* 1*6 K, Sou lb it H < w*m»mum j* »Mtnt Sunday school 10; rriornin* worship, 0: Y.P. 6:30; evenln B - services 7:30.' BAfllM* ~ ALLEN PAHK HAKAiH'J Affiliated with SoHthtrti Htptiil Convention. , Kenneth V Hovr«U oaftof 1701 Mulbtrw 8t Bible school. 0:46; Worship aerviee 10:46; B.T .U.. 1:30s evening i«rv- lea 7 .»o BUI1 HAN * HAPxTsi I Associated with G.A.R.B.C.). )r. Paul Taaael). Oaator 173 B. Simmons St. Sunday school 9:48; morning atrv* ice.x 10:66; evening service, 1; Youth Fellowship, u; midweek Bible study anil prayer. Wednesday, I'M. _ BETHfcX BAPTIST Donald Q. Peterson, castor. UAH N Academv St Bible school, 0:30; worship, 10:30; evening gospel service t feat highs and seniors at S'JU. BETH BSD A BAPTIST Whitesboro atrael and Grand ava- Robert B. Morgan, Sunday school, 0:46; morning wot* ship, 11; midweek eervloe _ Wednesday, 1M. BIB LB BAPTIST*" Clifford Dartt, pastor. Corner of Brooks and Lombard streeta. . , Sunday school, 10} morning WOT* ship, 11, gospel preaching: «va- nlng service, 1-M; Bible study Wednesday. 730. FIRST BAPTIST (American Baptist Convention) Cherry and Tompkins street*, Malcolm O. Shotwell, pastor. John D. Kern associate pastor. 8:30 and 10:30 classes for all ages; worship at iu :30, Including sermonette for children. Supervised nursery and kindergarten, fi :30-11:30; child ren's extended session, 10:45. BYE*, 6:30-8. Midweek service, Wednesday. 1-8. HENDERSON STRBB'l BAPTIST (Independent Fundamental) Henderson and North atreeta William Thurber, oaator. Bible school. 0:30; morning worship, lO&O' evening worship, 7; midweek service, Wednesday, 7:30. SECOND BAPTIST 805 S. Cherry St. C. L. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; morning worship. 10:48; evening'service, 7:30. BIBLE MISSIONARY 164H Moshler Ave Larry Roberta, pastor. Sunday school. 0:30; morning worship service, 10:30; Young people's meet. 6:48: evangelical service. 730. GRACE B1BLB 714 E. Fremont St. David Funk, pastor. Bible school, 10; morning worship, 11; evening service, 7. Midweek services. Wednesday. 730 APOSTOLIC TABERNACLE £62 W. North St. Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. Roy Mast, pastor. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; evening service. 730. Wednesday Bible study. 7:46. •' CATHOLIC CORPUS CHRIST] CATHOLIC Prairie and South streets A. B. Curran, pastor: Anthony Lane, J. Callanan, assistants. Sunday Masses, 6; 7: a. tt&u and 11 Holy days, 6, 7. 8 and 9; evening Masses, every Wednesday, Aral Friday and Holy day at S:U. IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CATHOLIC At end of North Broad street in school chapel. I. E. Lohan. pastor, Richard Slavish, Thomas Kimball and William J Stratman assistants., Sunday Masses at 6, 7, 8. 0, 10, 11 a. m. and 12 noon; dally Masses at 0.15 and 8 a. m.; evening Masses at 5:20 on Holy Days ana first Fridays. SAlN'i PATRICK'S CATHOLIC John Horan.. pastor: Joseph Mao- Poland, assistant. South Academy and West Third streets. Sunday Masses, 0, 6, iO and 11 <t. m.; dally Masses. 6 :30 a. m. except Saturdays and first Friday. 5:30 p. m. St. Joseph'a Convent, 630 a. m. except Saturday, 1 a. m, CHURCH Of CHRIST 055 Lawrence Ave. Forrest Shaffer, evangelist. Blhle study 9:48; morning worship, 10:45; evening worship, 7:30; Thursday Bible study, 730. CHURCH OF CHRIST 1501 E. Losey St. Bible study, 10; morning worship, H: evening service. 730. ADVENT CHRISTIAN „ Donald Mace, pastor. 1673 N, Seminary St. Sunday school, 0:45: worship, 11; evening service, 7. Wednesday. prayer service. 730. DiREtrrbRY QALESBL7RQ CHURCHES F1RS1 CHRISTIAN James B. Smith, minister North Broad and North streets Sundsy school. worship services 10:48 FIRS'l CHURCH Of CHRIST SCIENTIST Broad and Lossy streets Sunday school end as Wednesday, I, Reading S. Prairie it COVENAN'i Dayton and Jefferson streets). O. Hsrold Ahlberg oastor Sunday school, 0; worshl), 10; eve* ning services, 7. COMOMEOATIOMAI. CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL W. T. Llppert, minister. Southwest corner of Puhlte Hquare Church school (nursery through Junior department) and worship at 10. es» " * UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST. EAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL Main and Whitesboro atresia. Leon Wllhite, minister. Church school, 0:45: worship services. 11 GRACE EPISCOPAL Prairie and Tompkins streets. George W. DeGraff, rector. Hold Eucharist, 7:30; morning g rayer, 1st, 3 and Sth Sunday*; oly Eucharist, 2nd and 4th Sundays and sermon, 10; church school (nursery through third grade) 10. Weok days and holy days as announced. HiVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN Dale Catlin, pastor Sunday school, 0:30; worship service, 8:30 and 1030. U VAN GEL TEMPLE Ira L. Bevard, oastor 62 Illinois Ave. Sunday school, Itts worship, 11; evangelistic service, 7:30. Thursday. Bible study and prayer. 730 CHURCH OF GOD 1530 Brown Ave. Ernest Moatea, pastor, Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 11; young people's meeting, 6:30; evangelistic service, 730. Wednesday, prayer meeting, 130; YPE service, 730; Junior VPS meets In small auditorium. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 1614 E. Knox St. Henry A . Stamm, pastor. Sunday school. 0:45: morning worship, 10:45; evening vsspers, 1; youth activities, 8:10. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 857 W. Berrien St. Sunday school. 10t morning wor ship. 1130 THE ISRAEL OF GOD'S CHURCH THE W.H.A. Corner Knox and HoJttm streets. Elder Dewel Taylor, pastor Sunday Mass, 1030: Sunday acnool, 6j evening worship, 0. Friday, Testimonial and prayer service, 7 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 360 E. Ferris St. Donald E. Pont, branch president. Priesthood meeting, 630: Sunday school, 10; Sacrament service 630. Tuesday. Women's Relief society, 7 30. Wednesday, Mutual Improvement Association. 730 Saturday. Primary, 10. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS 53 N. Henderson St. Thomas Poplett, pastor. Church school. 9 :45; morning worship. 11; evening service. T UNIVERSALIST-UNITAJUAN Woman's Club, North Prairie and East Grove Streets. Church school. 10; worship service, 11. LUTHERAN FIRST LUTHERAN Seminary and Waters streets. Ordell W, Peterson, pastor. Richard Kcnndey, Intern. Morning worship and Sunday school hours. 030 and 11 TRINITY LUTHERAN Kellogg and Ferris streets. Ralph D Anderson intern. Worship, 6; junior church service, 10:10, Galesburg Reqister-Mait, Galesburg, HI, Saturday, Sxto { \'&.\9MLlA MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN (ftilSSOtl.'I SYNOD) 1371 W , remotii St _james AMS < pastor, _ DiviM ttrvitt l« *M4 iUltfet MMI.IM wmjfiEim, tm METMODItl ALLEN CHAPEL A. at. ft, 153 E, Tompkins St. J. W. Cotton, pastor Sunday school, 5:18; morning wor •hip, 10:45: Christian Endeavor, 4; evangelistic tervtee. 190 super- Midweek preyet and Bible clat* Wednesday 730 EMMANUEL METHODIST ellogg and Waters streets Ralph H DUda, pastof Sunday school, lOVntorning worship, 11; Methodist Youth Fellowship. 630: evening worship. 730, FlHS'l ME1HOD1S1 Northwest corner Keiinge. end Ferris street* Joseph C. Hoffman, pastor: Orln Watson, minister of education. Sunday school, 0:45; worship, 11; ire-school children are cared for n the nursery. fticcoLLUM rtaiTHODJtri Perry Bishop, pastor. Seminary ana Fnurm *trests Worship, 0; Sunday school, 10. WESLEY AN METHODIST M. J. BiUM, psitoff. 867 N. Fsrnham St. Sunday school, 0 :45: morning wor- ' p, 11; evening fellowship hour. MAZAREKS FIRST CHURCH Of TBI NAZARENE Webster and Elm street. Floyd H. Pounds, pastor. Sunday school, 930: morning worship, 10:30; NYPS 6:10; evangelistic service, 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 30: Missionary meeting, first Wednesday oY each month. FAITH CHURCH O* THE NAZARENE Monroe and oen.aro atreeta. Arthur Burnsido, paator. Sunday school, 0:46; morning worship, 10:50: NYPS. 6:45: evangelistic service, 730. FIRS'l CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE tfab W. Losey St. Weldon Davis, pastor. Sunday school, 0:45; morning worship, 11. Overcomera, 6:30; Jet Cadets, 630: evening service, 7:46. Wednesday. midweek service 7:45. Saturday Men's prayer meeting. 730 PENT1.COSTAL FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL 719 W. Knox St. D. H. Walker, pastor. Sunday school. 9:46; Praise service 330. evangelistic service. 730. DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE 260 N. Chambers St. A. D. Snyder, pastor. Sunday school, 0:48; worship, 11; evangelistic service, 7:30. Wednesday, midweek service. 7:30. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 S. Chambers St. Sunday: Public talk a: watcntowei study. 4:15. Thursday Ministry school. 730: service meeting 830 LIVING WAY BIBLE CENTER 74 S. Seminary St. Dorothy O'Connor, Rachel Stroops. Adelaide Carter evangelists. Sunday school. 10; worstup. il; evening service. 7 30 Thursday service. 730 FOURSQUARE GOSPEL East South and Pearl streets James Uhler, pastor. Sunday school, J:45; morning worship, 11; Crusaders, 630; evangelistic service, 7 30. Wednesday midweek service, 7:30. Saturday men's prayer meeting, 730 PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold St., (corner of Summit). L. S. Lancaster, pastor Sunday school. 9:45; morning worship. 10:45; Pilgrim youth service, 7; evangelistic service, 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 30 RESCUE MISSION 66 Public Square Sylvester Sanford, religious 41- rector Meetings each evening at 7:30. Free beds and meals for homeless men , THE SALVATION ARMY 147 S. Cherry St. Capt. Howard Pettys, officer in charge. Sunday school at 9:45, holiness service at 11. Young People's Legion at 6, street service at 7 and the Salvation Service at 7:30. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday at 7:30 and Ladies Home League Thursday at 1:30. FIRS'l UNITED - PRESBYTERIAN Prairie and Ferris streets Kermit W. Petersen and Joseph R. Boatwright. ministers Church school and worship at 0 during July and August. JEWISH Temple Sholora, Monroe and Wesi North streets. "airway, w ABINGDON DOROTHY WM1TSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Rotary Club Gives $100 to New Nursing Home Project ABINGDON—Abingdon Rotary Club Wednesday evening voted to donate $100 toward purchase of land site on which to build a new nursing home near the city. C. J. VanderWert, presented annual treasurer's report for the fiscal year which ended June 30. innerA • • • LAKE BRACKEN When women golfers at the Knox County Country Club at Lake Bracken noted guest day Tuesday 70 women teed off at 9 o'clock following the serving of rolls and coffee at the golf shop. Medalist for the day was Mrs. William Morgan of Canton. Other winners were first low 1 gross, Mrs. Bruce Nelson, Bunker Links; Mrs. Gene Grubaugh, Canton, Mrs. Robert Hoopes, Soan- getaha and Mrs. Gale Ward, Lake Bracken. F]irst low net, Mrs. John Thiel, Bunker Links; Mrs. John Cebuhar, and Mrs. Al Monti, both of Canton tied; Mrs. Sam Swanson and Mrs. Walter Landon, Lake Bracken. Low putts, Mrs. Lester Woods, Bunker Links; Mrs. Richard Dye, Canton; Mrs. Wayne Goodale, So- angetaha and Mrs. Robert Coe, Lake Bracken. Special prizes, Mrs. Morris Bordener, Canton and Mrs. Don Patterson and Mrs. Max Coe, both of Lake Bracken. After golf play luncheon was served at the clubhouse. Pat Rcdington, program chair man, introduced his brother-in- law, George Trehearne, Phoenrx, Ariz., as speaker. Trehearne is visiting here for a couple of days en route home from attending the Kiwanis International convention in Atlantic City, N. J. He is currently retired from business and was fofmerly manager of the Mountain States Telephone Co. in Phoenix. He related some facts about Phoenix and its surrounding area and how tremendous its growth has been since the end of World War II. He, stated the Chamber of Commerce had worked diligently to bring new diversified industries to the Phoenix area which, together with the suitable climate, has resulted in the gigantic growth and expansion of the area. Guests included B. O. Eyre, Galesburg Rotarian, and Elmer Umbarger of Elkhart, Ind., guest of John Kinder. given by the Sunshine Daisies. Mrs. Ed Boyd and Mrs. Ralph Niles presented the major lesson "Dairy Foods" and prepared cheese dressings. Mrs. Stanley Olinger prepared' a ginger ale punch which was served to the group by Miss Christine Scott, junior leader of the Maplettes. With the punch on the tea table were trays of snack crackers spread with cheese spreads of different kinds. Recreation was conducted by Mrs. Joe Pica with prizes going to Mrs. Charles Flint and Mrs. Ralph Niles. Serving as hostesses were the officers of the two units. (J ALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phon* WE 2*2858 Meetings Scheduled al Galva GALVA — Homemakers Exten sion, day and night units,' will hold a combined meeting Monday at 1:30 p.m. in Wiley Park when Galva 4-H clubs will be guests. Tri-Mu class of the Grace Methodist Church will meet for a potluck supper Tuesday at 6 p.m. in Wiley Park. Galva Rainbow Girls will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Mizpah class of the First Methodist Church will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. in the church to tie quilts. Mrs. Elbert Doye is chair* man, and Mrs. Rose Bale and Mrs. Mae Yocum are co-chair­ men. Mrs. Gertrude Sellom will lead devotions. Project Patronised Committee members for the auction sale, bake sale and coffee served at the Messiah Lutheran Church Friday said they were pleased with the results. A backyard sale was held in the afternoon, with members of the Faith Circle servftig coffee. A public auction was held in the evening. Mrs. Dwane Bell and Mrs. Reuben Anderson were co-chairmen. Profits will go toward the organ fund of the church. nT TOTT1YTT?T T News Kl SH \ Kl I Correspondent J M—JMtt. Barnard BrUlhart 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 Alpha Chamber Plans Float ALPHA — The regular meeting of the Alpha Chamber of Commerce was held Monday night at the Town Hall with the new president, Laverne McKee, in charge of the meeting. Seventeen were present and the president named committees for the year J963-64. A float for the New Windsor parade was discussed and plans made for entering Hie float in ,the parade. Alpha News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Martin of Princeville visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs, Ethel George, who is, staying here caring for Mrs. A. C. Eiker. Clyde, Thompson of Monmouth, a former Alpha resident, is visiting at the Walter C. Peterson home, and attended the funeral Tuesday afternoon for H. Bruce Shroyer at New Windsor, Dennis Kelly, who is employed in carpenter work at Monmouth, fell from a scaffold Monday while at his work and incurred torn ligaments in his right ankle and a bad sprain. He was attended by the Alpha physician and is able to be about on crutches. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Luallen entertained guests at a cookout supper Saturday in honor of Luallen's birthday, Thoso present included Mr. and Mrs. Edward Odell and family and Mr. and 25th ANNIVERSARY SERVICE Sun., July 14, 2:30 p.m. SPECIAl SPEAKERS Rev. & Mrs. Charles M. Learning St. Petersburg, Florida EVERYONE INVITED First Church of the Open Bible 656 West lo««y Strttt Galesburg, Illinois; Rev. and Mrs. Weldon E. Davif ( Pastors Mrs. Arland Asplund and family, of Davenport; Willis Luallen of Woodhull, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paul. The following were Sunday guests at the C. E. McLaughlin home: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mapes and Roy Cox, of Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. William Payton and family and Mrs. Myrtle Payton, of Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payton. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sterling and family of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chinlund and family of Moline were visitors July 4 at the Robert Mentzer home. Mr. ^nd Mrs. Frank Dudley of Prophetstown were callers Monday at the home of Mrs. Fern Eiker and of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Eiker. Miss Mary Payton of Stillwater, Okla., came Sunday for a visit at the C. E. McLaughlin home and with other relatives. Miss Janet McLaughlin, who is attending summer school at Illinois State Normal University, spent the weekend at her parents' home here. The grunion, a slender fish, averaging five to six inches in length, exists only in the waters off Southern California. On most SouiJiern California beaches, between March and August, at each full or new moon as the high .tides occur, the grunion can be fBaeo running on the beaches where they spawn. SOANGETAHA Winners in the flag tournament for women golfers at Soangetaha Country Club on Thursday were Mrs. Maurice Cox and Mrs. Regi Simon in 18 hole play and Mrs Charles Gibbs and Mrs. Russell Barstow in 9 hole play. Pairings for the 18 hole handicap tournament are as follows Pairings for the 18 hole handicap tournament are as follows: First bracket—Mrs. Kay Men drek-Mrs. Richard Bick; Mrs. Mau rice Cox-Bye; Mrs. Kenneth Bixby-Bye; Mrs. Harry Weiner-Bye; Miss Virginia Gunther-Mrs. J. W. Henning; Mrs. William Heaton- Bye; Mrs. Phil Steinfeldt, Bye; Mrs. Charles Paisley-Bye. Second bracket — Mrs. Robert Hooper-Mrs. Elmer Jagow; Mrs. Robert Cannon-Bye; Mrs. Wayne Goodale-Bye; Mrs. Al Urena-Bye; Mrs. James Lehman-Mrs. A. M. Bondi; Mrs. David Robinson-Bye; Mrs. H. L. Miller-Bye; Mrs. Robert Dredge-Bye. Pairings for the nine hole handicap tournament are as follows: Pairings for the nine hole handicap tournament are as follows: First bracket—Mrs. Sam Swanson-Mrs. Sue Fundenburger, Mrs. Robert Fundenburgcr-Mrs. John Boydstun; Mrs, Robert Abrahamson-Mrs. George Johnson; Mrs. Al Partin-Mrs. Elmer Augustson; Mrs. Ron Parker-Mrs. Richard Lamkin: Mrs. G, W. Henderson-Mrs. James Sherwood; Mrs. Jack Glasman- Mrs. Jay Fucilla; Mrs. Russell Bar- etow-Bye. Second bracket, Mrs. J, W. Dredge-Mrs. Phil Gustafson; Mrs. C. S. Augustson-Mrs. Blake Neeley; Mrs. Henry Waters-Mrs. Norman Zinsmeister; Mrs. Roy Olson-Bye; Mrs. Donald Deets-Mrs. Richard Koons; Mrs. John Zahorn-Mrs. William Jackson; Mrs. Charles Gibbs- Mrs. Dean Anderson; Mrs. Jerry Olson-Bye. Club Members Give Demonstration For HEA Unit Galesburg Homemakers Extension Unit 2 met this week at Lincoln Park for a 12:30 o'clock potluck dinner. After dinner they were entertained by the 4-H Club which they sponsor. Members of the 4-H Club presented a demonstration On cooking and also a style show. Later they passed samples of their cakes and cookies. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Ruth Strong, chairman. Miss Florence Johnson gave the major lesson on "Dairy Foods." To illustrate her talk she made a salad dressing using buttermilk and also a cheese fondue. There was a short business session. Girls 4-H Club Displays Projects Hermon Homemakers Extension Unit was hosted Thursday in the home of Mrs. Sally Housh with two guests present, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Everett Skinner. Mrs. David Bliss gave major lesson on "Dairy Food" and demonstrated making a buttermilk salad dressing. In place of the minor lesson, the Cloverette Queen 4-H Club displayed its clothing, food and cards made during the year. Mrs. Housh announced officers training school in Lincoln Park July 30 at 12:30 a.m. with a potluck dinner. Due to the resignation of Mrs. Nancy Courson, Mrs. Lyle Link was appointed public information reporter. Social hour was in charge of the executive committee when a green and white motif was used in serving, with honors accorded Mrs. Mabel Cook and Mrs. Clyde Collis. Briggs Company Names Executive Vice President Charles W. Betz, a director and vice president of Briggs Manufacturing Co., Warren, Mich., was nameel executive vice president in charge of operations at a board of directors meeting July 11. Mil ton J. Stevens was elected to the presidency in addition to being chief executive officer and chairman of the board. Betz will have charge of day-to-day operations at the seven Briggs plants at Warren, Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio; Corona and City of Industry, Calif, and at Abingdon. Betz joined Briggs in 1961 as vice president of sales and made a director in April of this year. Briggs Manufacturing Co. produces a complete line of domestic and commercial plumbing fixtures and plumbing brass trim under the Briggs Beautyware label. Domestic and commercial gas and electric water heaters, central and room air-conditioners, garbage disposals, gas and electric furnaces, and other appliances in the plumbing, heat ing, cooling field are also marketed under the Briggs label. SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., will be open Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock, when Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goff will receive visitors. The cottage is open weekdays from 9 to 12 o'clock in the morning and in the afternoon from l to 5 o'clock. Thirty years ago the United States produced about 8 million tons of salt annually. Today the output is in exce$$ of 25 million tons. News Briefs of Abingdon Locality DeLong Congregational Church Ladies Fellowship will sponsor a home-made ice cream and cake social Thursday, July 18, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the church lawn. Boy Scout Troop 240 will discontinue meetings this summer due to conflict with other activities. Regular meetings will be resumed first of September. All Brownie and Girl Scouts signed up for day camp in Galesburg are being asked to meet at the grade school beginning Monday at 8:55 a.m. and are being reminded to take sack lunch, pocket knife, rain gear and something upon which to sit. Mothers wishing to furnish transportation any of the five days are being asked to contact Mrs. Bob Lagnese, phone No. 418. Guests Listed Mrs. Fred S. Knisley of Citrus Heights, Calif., who had been visiting in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Whiteman and' her sister, Mrs. W. C. Caldwell of Victoria, has returned home. R. S. LeMatty of Greensboro, N. C, visited his aunt, Mrs. W. G. Rork, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Whiteman. Mrs. W. G. Rork of Citrus Heights, Calif., will return to her home on Sunday after spending the past 10 days with Mr. and Mrs. Whiteman. was signed to send to Mrs. Grace McCance. Homemakers Units Are Entertained At Abingdon Church Tv^o Units, Abingdon and Maple Grove, Knox County Homemakers extension, held their July meeting in the First Congregational Church dining room. Two 4-H Clubs, Maplettes and Sunshine Daisies, were guests and presented their projects of this year, which were clothing, foods, photography and flower arranging. The leaders, Mrs. Howard Pruett, Mrs. John O'Donnell and Mrs. C. L. Jones, presented the girls as they modeled their garments. Mary Jo O'Donnell gave a demonstration making stuffed pork chops. Piano numbers were given by Pam Pruett and Sherri Harris of the Maplettes, after which a skit "Wild BUI Hickup" was Bride-elect Is Honoree BIGGSVILLE — Miss Margery Artz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verde Artz, rural Biggsville, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening in the dining room of the United Presbyterian Church. Miss Artz arrived with her mother, and grandmother, Mrs. Vance, and the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. L. Lubke, and each was presented with a corsage of aqua and white daisies by Mrs. Ernest Turley. Games were conducted by Mrs. Bernard Galbraith, Mrs. Dale Rawhouser and Mrs. Ernest Turley, with the prize going to the guest of honor. An array of gifts was presented to Miss Artz. The serving table was centered with white candles and a floral arrangement of aqua and white daisies. Honors were given Mrs. Artz and Mrs. Lubke. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. W. C. Adair, Mrs. Frances Rankin, Mrs. Bernard Galbraith, Mrs. Ernest Turley, Miss Elizabeth Turley, Mrs. Richard Work, Mrs. Dale Rawhouser and Mrs, Woodrow Salter. A shower was given recently in the home of Miss Nancy Shaner, when Miss Artz' schoolmates were guests. Miss Artz' wedding will be on Sunday at the United Presbyterian Church. Bushnell-PC Board Acts On Bids for Unit Needs BUSHNELL—The Bushnell-Prairie City Board of Education at its ast meeting July 11 accepted low bids as follows: For re-roofing the gym and area above two classrooms at Prairie City Elementary School, Kreiling Roofing Co., Peoria, $2,482; for erection of a fence along the east side of the high school grounds, Amco Steel Fence Co. of Springfield, $1,648; for a 60-passenger Wayne bus body, distributed by Moline Body Co., $3,349; for chassis from Heath Motor Co. of Bushnell, $3,007, and, musical instrument floater policy for three years from Jack Gordon's Agency, $157. It, also was decided to add the general employes' liability insurance coverage to the present building and contents policy, thus reducing the premium $123 per year. Employ Music Teacher Milton B. Whiteman of Macomb; was employed to teach vocal music in the high school and assist with the instrumental program. Whiteman is a native of Henderson County, a graduate of Monmouth College, and has earned an MA degree from the University of Illinois in music. He is married, has two sons, and has taught music* 5 '/2 years. In addition to reviewing and accepting the regular monthly reports and bills, the board studied the tentative budget for 1963-64. This tentative budget, after minor revisions, will be adopted at the next meeting and a public hear ing date set. It was voted to dispense with the July 25 meeting and set Aug 8 for the next meeting date of the Board of Education. Western Samoans race huge lingboats called fautasi. Evolved from whale boats, the fautasi skim across water propelled by 40 or more oarsmen. The coxswain beats out the rowing tempo on a tin can. ITHE BIBLE B ( SPEAKS I | TO YOU g SUNDAY - 7:49 A.M. WGH, - 1400 kc. This Week's Christian Science Program "A Christian Answer To Overwork" Bushnell News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Curtis, Diane and Terry, returned home Friday from a vacation trip to Portland, Ore., to visit with their son and brother, Tom. Places of interest visited en route were the Black Hflls, Badlands, Yellowstone, site of Camp Beale in California, where Curtis was stationed, Reno and Salt Lake, City. The Duplicate Bridge Club met Wednesday at the hotel. Winners were: First, Jess Murphy; second, Frances Gardner and third, lone Murphy. The next meeting will be at the Bushnell Hotel July 17. The Prerce-McDonald Post of VFW met Thursday at the VFW Home. Glenn McCance, commander, reported that Fred Pierce was selected as a new club committee member. Plans were made for the annual fish fry Sept. 2 at the VFW Park. The Willing Helpers Class of the Baptist Church met Friday for a potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Warren. Mrs. Lola Hopping gave devotions. A card HOSPITAL NOTES Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Louis R. Forsythe, 276 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Hattie I. Kelso, Oneida. E. Allen Reinhart, Brimfield. Mrs; Barbara A. Johnson, Seaton. Mrs. Ida B. Martin, 825 N. Seminary St. Kenneth W. Fulton, 81 S. Arthur st. ••• Harold R. Helms, 965 Rile St., Bushnell. Mrs. Tillie C. McGaughey, 121 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Mary T. Cheesman, 983 Dayton Court. Mrs. Nancy S. Riggen. 877 Lawrence Ave. DISCHARGES FRIDAY Mrs. Ila Joan Olin, GUson. Marvin P. Seastedt, 559 E. Grove. Earl Z. Hoy, Victoria. Sarah Morring, 502 Lawrence Ave, Mary Jean Link, Henderson. Leo F. Taylor, 249 N. Whitesboro. Ray A. Westfall, Knoxville. Mrs. Mary L. Dunlap, Monmouth. Mrs. Mildred M. Frakes, 1518 Mulberry St. Mrs. Cecela Landon, Abingdon. Mrs. Elizabeth C. Corman, 1547 Clark St. Mrs. Leta' W. Martin and Baby, Monmouth. Mrs. Shirley A. Kruger, Woodhull. St. Marv's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Mrs. Richard L. Harrison, 743 E. Berrien St. Rosemary Gipson, Alexis. Lloyd Miller, 451 N. Henderson St. Craven Griffitts, 933 Day St. Benjamin West, 459 E. First St. Mrs. Phillip Fielder, Knoxville. James Jones, Abingdon. Cindy Bragg, DeLong. Mrs. John Carlson, 566 Monmouth Blvd. Timothy Brown, 1026 W. Berrien St. Christina Marie Charles, 1000 Pennsylvania Ave. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Luther Adams, Arlington Hotel. Paula Boynton, 1577 S. Seminary St. Rosemary Gipson, Alexis. V. B. Laswell, 508 Jefferson St. Mrs. David Pierson, Knoxville. Miss Daisy Redfield, Abingdon. Rivoli Grain Manager Going To Good Hope NEW WINDSOR — John L. Carlson, manager of the Rivoll Grain Co, here the past 21 years, has announced he will resign effective Aug. 1. Carlson has accepted a similar position with the grain company of Good Hope. His family will move there in September, He has held the managerial po' sition almost half the time of the elevator's existence, which has. been operating since 1912, 51 years. CALVARY CHURCH Revival WITH JOHN POLIZZI Outstanding Musician - Preacher SPECIAL ONE WEEK MEETING BEGINNING JULY 14 Every Nigh* at 7:30 (Sunday Morning Worship 9 A.M.) (Sunday School Follows at 10 A.M.) PUBLIC INVITED -< BRING FRIENDS CALVARY K«IIQ 99 ft South

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