Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 17
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SERVICE FOR DINERS—Members of ft ic Knoxville Junior Woman's Club roll out the ol hi chuck wagon In promotion of their chuck wagot i dinner Saturday evening in the park adjacent I to the Knoxville courthouse. The club is coor derating with Knoxville merchants as part of their side* walk days this weekend. From left arc Mrs. Wilbur Perry, Mrs. Gene Goff, Mrs. John Wool- scy, Mrs. Dick Corry, Mrs. Howard Johnson and Mrs. Thomas Wilson. K N O X V IL L E MRS. ANNABEL PETt'ERSON CORRESPONDE NT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Street Dance Set S\aturday KNOXVILLE—Local merchants are havh j'g their annual Sidewalk Days this weekend as part of their coopenition with the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club Chuckwagon dinner ah ill street dance Saturday night. ' Merchants and clerks are sporting cowbo y hats as a reminder to nil of the dub's benefit. All pro-f 1 « Mrs. Leot« May and her mother, Mrs. Haze i\ Donaldson. They also visited! in Springfield, Dixon Mounds, i'Nlew Salem and friends in Pekin, Peoria, Streator and Canton, aiid Indianapolis, Ind. On Mono Hay a dinner was held in the .Donaldson home honoring the ninth b Birthday of Johnny May. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Dc tnaldson of Galesburg, Mr. and M frs. Bert Anderson, his grandmothi fxs, Mrs. May and Mrs. Donaldson of Knoxville and his parents of California. ceeds from the dinner and dance will be donated to Knoxville's proposed park improvement on a portion of the grounds formerly occupied by St. Mary's School. In a similar project last year the Junior Woman's Club purchased a commercial slide and swing set, which will eventually be set in cement and permanently installed in the park. Serving Starts at 5:30 p.m. Serving of the dinner will begin at 5:30,p.m. in the park adjacent to the Knoxville Court House. Music for the dance, which starts at 9 p.m., will be provided by Jim Bainbridge, and Orlo Moore will be caller for the square dancing. Merchants are donating prizes for the occasion. In case of rain the dinner and dance will move inside the Knox ville fire station. Church Services Are Listed at Knoxville Pastors of Knoxville churches have announced Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: Grace Lutheran— Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a ; m. Joseph Itobb of Augustana College will deliver the message. Mary Unit will have a picnic at the home of, Mrs. Lloyd Ward Thursday 6:30 p.m. MBIIMMWHI—Miles Jackson, pastor. Worship services 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 am. Sermon, "A Turnabout." Sunday school 9:30 a ; m. A vocal solo will be presented by Mrs. Samuel Goffman Jr. at the services. First Christian — Arvid Oleson, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Sormon, "The Real Security." Kingdom Hall, Jehovah's Witnesses — Sermon, "Are Wicked Spirits Misleading the World? by Robert Malone of Galesburg, 2:30 p.m. Watchtower study 3:45 p.m. 'GIIHOII Gliunfh—Services at 9 a m., sermon, "This 1 Believe" by Rev. Thelma Case of Cameron. Sunday st'hotil 10 a.m. Mil'Ht Uiiitml Presbytcrian -rSim day church school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Vocal solo, Wayne Woolsey. Sermon by Rev. Miles Jackson of the Methodist Church. Tqpic, "A Turnabout." Circle 3 will meet in the home of Mrs. Frank Hopkins Tuesday 7:45 p.m. with Mrs. James Hutchcroft co- hostess. Session meeting at the church Thursday 8 p.m. Vacationers' Return To California Home Mr. and Mrs. Paul May and son Johnny left Wednesday to return to their home in Garden Grove, Calif. They will visit in Denver, Colo en route home. While they visited his mother, RUBY'S Beauty Solon WEST SIDE EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS STARTING JULY 11 PHONE 289-9310 Knoxvi He News Briefs Mr. and I Hrs. Richard Brashear and daught w Sue arrived home Monday fro«n a vacation to the West CoasU They visited in 10 states. Whif'ta in Phoenix, Ariz., they visited t Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens. Mr; «. Owens is the for mer Mary ILane of Knoxville. The Appli i'.ton Spoon and Spool 4-I-I Club w itfl have a picnic at Lake Storey' Monday at 12 p.m Each memb or is being asked to take lunch ai ^d meat for barbecue. Dessert wiir be furnished. Recent vis i tors in the home of Mrs. Glenn iS'.iker Leu wore Mrs. Alta TiinniclifiCfe, Laverle Witner, Mr. and Mrsi. Leon Sharp, all of Galesburg; J ilr. and Mrs. D. M. Eiker, David and Daniel of "Cameron; Mrs. 1 !rma Waghcr, Susan Kay, Sara L ynn and Debbie Eiker and Mr. mnd Mrs. Orlo Mastin of Knoxvi II le. Mr. and M 6rs. Sharp observed their 35th w adding anniversary. Members of' the Sunny 4-11 Club will meet at 1 lie Rolland Eckman home Sunday at 1 p.m. to go on a tour. Each tone is being asked to take table ^service and drink. Other refreshr Cients will be furnished. Advent is Is to Hear Kinoxville Cliapla 5n Rev. Lien-CI hioh Tsao, former pastor of the Hong Kong Bible Auditorium, wj Wl report his personal cxperien ces as a prisoner in a communis tl: jail to members of the Galesbiurg Seventh-Day Adventists Chur «:h Saturday morning at 11. Tsao was the! president of Ta Tung Commerc ial Bank at Kun­ ming, Yunnan, during the war years, prior to his ordination to the ministry. !Both he and his wife 'graduated ; from the China Training Institi a«te at Chiaotout- zeng near Nan! d'-ng. Mrs. Tsao, a graduated nurse of the Shanghai. Sanitarium, was the principal of the Far Eastern School of Dress,' Making at Kowloon. She received her diploma as a designer i'nom a professional school in New York City last year. The Tsaos rr take their home at the Knoxville Good Samaritan Nursing Honv s where the Rev. Mr. Tsao serv i :s as hospital chaplain. W.ANTfD Experienced Married Man lor year around farm work. Modern home. Good wage» & Bonu* tot the right m §n. Pberi » 219-9303 or Farm! eigion J4S-3Q54. Cooper Kin Hold Conclave At Ellisville ELLIS VILLE - Families' of the late William and Mary (Fingel) Cooper met at the Christian Church dining hall in Ellisville Sunday for their annual meeting. A cai'ry-in dinner was served to the families of: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Utsinger, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Utsinger, Mr. and Mrs. Arkie Utsinger, Mr, and Mrs. Dean Markley, all of Canton; Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Utsinger of Bushnell, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Young, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Markley and Mr. and Mrs. Gofdon Markley, of Ellisville. Mrs. Elizabeth Ware spent the weekend with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lance of Adair. / Mrs. Emma Effland was taken back to Saunders Hospital rn Avon Friday. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bailey were his nephew, Garnet Arends, and wife of Santa Rosa, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hainline 'of Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Orlow Hazcn of Knoxville, and Mr. and Mrs. Add Gay of Palmyra, Mo. Mrs. P. D. Howerter of New Philadelphia has been spending a, few days at the Howerter and Zimmerman homes. Mr. and Mrs. William Glore celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with open house. Therq was a large crowd attending. On Monday, the Glores and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Garber of Lewistown, left for a 2-week va cation in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon White of Omaha, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs Alvin Mitchell of Bellevue were guests at the home of their grand: pat'cnls, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Zim merman. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Voorhees of Abingdon visited Sunday afternoon with his father, Harry Voorhees. Mrs. Mable Heffron of St. Louis visited recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olivei Bailey. Mr. and Mrs, Homer Hoff of Cameron and Charles Craig of Galesburg were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bevard. Gojesbura, Register-Moi 1, Gajesburg, Friday, June 19, 1963 f?„ London Mills Scouts Return From Camp LONDON MILLS — Fourteen scouts returned home Saturday from a week of camping at Camp Wokanda, near Chillcothe. One boy, Linden Glaser, was unable to complete the week as he broke his arm the second day at camp. Those attending were Tim Littell, Jerry Allen, Roger Rask, Skippy Butler, Larry Simkins, Dean Fairbank, Terry Glaser, Gregg Timmons, Frank Glaser, Mike Harding, Jon Van Moose, Randy Brooks, Rodger Sampson and Chuck Ulm. Carol Sue and Christine Sampson spent the weekend with their ather and family, Mr. and Mrs. dwin Sampson near London Mills. Carol and Chris live in Galesburg. Mi\ and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Pamela returned home recently from a visit in the South and a vacation in Florida. Dawn and Debbie Moore spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed war Sampson of Swan Creek. They attended the Hiekes reunion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wilson visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chester Norris overnight on their etwn trip from Tennessee. ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phone 631 Clergymen Arrange Services ABINGDON - Pastors of Ab ingdon churches v have announced Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Methodist — Francis W. Samuelson, minister. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Church service at 10:45 a.m. Guest speaker at 10:45 a.m. worship service will be Dr. Rev. T. Maxam of Indianapolis, Ind. He gave three months of his time without pay to servo as a medical missionary at Ka- panga, Katanga, Congo, Africa. This is the place where Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Wolford have been stationed. Dr. Maxam will speak concerning his experiences there. The Wolfords are from Abingdon. Tuesday: Commission on membership and evangelism meets to go calling 7:30 p.m. Thursday: Methodist Men's fish fry at Lake Bracken 6:30- p.m. Friday: Rev. Billy Davis will show slides of Kapanga, Katanga, Congo, Africa 8 p.m. First Christian — Church school 9:45 a.m. Worship and communion 10:50 a.m. While the minister is on vacation, July 21 and 28, various college students who are members of the. church will lead in the morning services. On July David Wiley from Eureka College and speaking, Miss Ann Bowman ,from Grinnell College. First Congregational— John M. Buran, minister. Church school 9:30 a.m. Worship* 10:45 a.m. sermon "What Wo are—and Seem to Be." Sacrament of infant baptism will be observed. Those wishing to have children baptized were asked to call the minister. Saturday: Ice cream social In church basement 5 to 9 p.m. sponsored by Amitie Class. Tuesday: Joint meeting of stewardship and missionary education committees 7:30 p.m. in church parlor. Post FFA Show The following members of Abingdon FFA Chapter plan to show beef cattle and steers at Aledo Tuesday: Jim Ryan, Duanc Byer- fly, Phil Stivers, Dennis Ralston and Larry Morris. The 14 schools offering vocational agriculture in Knox, Warren, Henderson and Mercer counties make up Section 4. Abingdon baton twirlers in the Sterling contest Wednesday placed as follows: Lori Morss one, age 0 to 6; Sharol Kreps one, 12 to 17, beginners; Louisa Ippolito two, and Linda Lewis four, intermediate age, 12 to 15; Susie Murk three, 15 to 21, military; Beverly Wick four, advanced and Susie Murk's Marchingettes two, advanced team. Abingdon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Clark and son Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 21 those serving are: Presiding, Payne of Pomona, Calif, are vis­ iting Miss Ufith Atkins, other relatives and friends in this area. Doug Peluso of University City, Mo., is visiting in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Caga. Sacred Heart Church ice cream social resulted in $900 realized from the July 14 event. All parishioners participated in conduct- in the affair. Club Plans Dinner ..Abingdon Business and Professional Woman's Club Tuesday evening in Playground shelter had a picnic supper when 26 members, families and guests assembled. Mrs. Nora Paull conducted a business meeting at which plans were made for the chuck wagon dinner Sept. 28. 6 Hamburgers M.50 to carry out (Reg. price 30c each) Prices good anytime Phone lift for faster service SIMM'S DAIRY BAR Route 41 — Abingdon low an Renews Acquaintance At K irk wood KIRKWOOD - Mrs. Inez Stone of Griswold, Iowa, and daughters, Mrs. AI Rid.st.e from Santa Rosa, Calif., and Mrs. H. C. Overbeck of Boone, Iowa, came Sunday to spend a few days with Mrs. Carrie Moore and relatives here. Mrs. Stone's maiden name was Rezner and at one time there were many relatives in and around Kirk wood. It was quite a treat for her to visit, some of the old, interesting things she knew as a girl. Mrs. Stone is now 84. On Monday, Mrs. Reid Everett entertained the remaining cousins in her honor at a luncheon in her home. Those present were Mrs. Slone, Mrs. Myra Gunter of Monmouth and hostess,, all first cousins, together with Mrs. Overbeck and Mrs. Ridste. two in-laws, Mrs. Louise Gridley and Mrs. Car- near Tennessee. rle Mflwre. ..^Jl,,^ Sunday visitors lh the cTiarli***'«•• L. Johnson home were Mr. AUdU ' Mrs. Loyd Rankin and Elan* \* Robertson of Galesburg, Mf. and »» , Mrs. Eugene Flake and family olf • Peoria, Mrs. Blanche flake oti" Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson and flat* bara of Biggsville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gro'ver and daughter Angela of Barstow spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ever* ett Grover. Sunday dinner guests in the same home were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grover of Gales- • burg and Paul Gott of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Smith of , Monmouth were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poling and Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mcintosh attended the International Farm Youth Exchanga picnic ' at Jacksonville Sunday. While there they met Reinhard Tietze, who had stayed in their homes this spring. On the way home the Polings dropped off Jimmy at the Boy Scout Camp Pearl, ASKINS ELECTRIC OUSEPOWER EADQUARTERS A: Call the contractor known for 15 years for bringing home wiring up to modern standards. PHONE 342-1917 Radio Dispatched Galeiburg, Illinoii John W. Kubif, Owner Insist on this symbol of a first-class electric system that meets No mere decoration, this! The Medallion at the door of your new home is proof that the home meets specific standards that make up a first-class electric system. To earn the Medallion, your new home must have adequate wiring for all needs —heavy duty circuits, special purpose circuits, general purpose circuits. It must have light wherever neecled for safety, light over aH work surfaces. Power's high standards It must be equipped with at least four .major electric appliances, including an electric range. In a Medallion Home you get the full benefit of electric living. And, whenever you wish to sell the home, you're much more apt to get a good price. Before you build or buy a new home, ask for the complete list of Medallion Home specifications* ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY Trust the builder who displays the Medallion t I

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