Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 27, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 27, 1963
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6 Golesbura Register*Moil, Golespyra, HI. gaturday, July 27. 1963 Alpk ChurehTo Conclude Film F^tkal ALPHA — The fourth aftd last of the summer series of film festival will be held Sunday, Aug 4, at 8 p.m. on the Baptist Church lawn. At thit time, youth night will be observed when all youth of the church in the Rock Island Baptist Association will be guests, and also the monthly meeting of the Baptist Youth Fellowship wil be held. Alpha News Notes Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Engelhardt and family of Preston, Iowa, visited Monday with his brotlier Irving and wife. Rev. and Mrs. James Jacobson and four daughters, Charlotte, Nancy, Lillian and Phyllis, were guests Monday of Mrs. Winifred Reinhart. The Jacobsons are missionaries from Jos North Ni gerfa, West Africa, and have spent a year in the U. S., where (hey have given talks in various places. They have made their headquarters with his parents in Calgary, Canada, and they are now on their way to New York and expect to return to West Africa the first part of September. Mrs. Maria Strandberg of Oneida spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Ida Lundquist. The Alpha Baptist baseball team will play the Clover Chapel team Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Woodhull. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin have received word that their daughter Janet, a student at Illinois State University at Normal, has been named to the dean's list for the second semester of 1962-63 school year, which is a high hon* or. The following relatives were Saturday dinner guests at the Charles Nelson home: Mr. and Mrs. Mrlton Pykelt of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Remery of Davenport and Mrs. Hattie Nelson of Galesburg. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Bodeen and family of Mahomet, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Johnson and family of Rock Island, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Johnson of Moline and Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Lees of Coal Valley visited Sunday at the Lloyd Vivid Illustration HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss (AP) At the First Baptist Church here, the pastor, the*Rev. Earl Kelly, was preaching about the second coming of Christ. "For as the lightning cometh out of the East ..." he quoted Matthew 24:27, "so shall the coming of the Son of man be." Just then a large light bulb fell from its socket in the 25-foot- high ceiling, and shattered on the floor in front of the pulpit. Pastor Kelly scarcely paused.- "His coming will be just as sudden, and unexpected." Epperson and Mrs. Lydia Bodeen homes. Vacationers Return Mr. and Mrs. Kei.neth Morland and daughter Becky returned Sat' urday from a vacation spent with relatives in Los Angeles and other points in California. Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew and Mrs. Eugene Jordan spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Andrew, James Andrew at Rochelle. Mr. and Mrs. John An drew and family of Rockford joined them there also Sunday. They are all former Alpha resi dents. Mrs. Mary Payton left the last of the week for her home in Still water, Okla., after a visit at the C. E. McLaughlh. home and among other relatives in the vi cinity. Mr. and Mrs. Francis McKimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKimmy and son Tony, of Fairfield, Iowa, visited July 17 at the home of Mrs. Robert McKimmy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Speas. They were en route to their home following a trip to Adrian, Mich. Tony McKimmy remained here with his grandparents until July 19, when they took him back to his home in Fairfield, and they spent the weekend there and attended the wedding of friends at Birming-1 ham, Iowa. LaiThlaiul Vacationer Reports on Trip LARCHLAND - Mrs. Lillie Davis returned home Sunday from a 3^-week trip. She accompanied her niece, Mrs. Robert Brady and daughters fiobbette and Kelly, who drove a station wagon and pulled a trailer on a 6,000-mile trip. Others in the party were Mrs. Brady's mother, Mrs. Pearl Fillman of Monmouth and Mrs. Davis' daughter, Mrs. Bruce Prendergast and son Wally of Stronghurst. They visited Mrs. Davis' two granddaughters, Mrs. Ed Ellsworth and family and Miss Shirley Pinney of Lawndale, Calif., then other relatives at Hayward and Middletown, Calif., and Fort Collins, Colo. They went sightseeing .in San Francisco, and visited Disneyland, the Grand Canyon and other places of interest. Larchland Briefs Miss Peggy Gillen spent Sunday and Monday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gillen of Monmouth., Mr. and Mrs. David Needleam, Colleen and Joey of Aledo spent an evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson attended the Nelson family picnic at Monmouth Park Sunday. Dick and Steve Hardesty attended a birthday party for Donny McKay at his home at Gerlaw recently. Mrs. Eva Needleam of Aledo spent several days visiting her sisters, Mrs. Elmer Ray and Mrs Olive Britt. Miss Caradean Johnson of Manhattan is spending two weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Era Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis of Payton spent a weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis. Their son, Rodney, who Washington Girl Is Visitor at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Linda Jean Wallace arrived July 15 from Auburn, Wash., and will spend the remainder of the summer with her grandmother, Mrs. Florence Montgomery. .Mrs. Anthony Grey and children of Galesburg, Mr. and Mys. Chester Gabrielson of Lynn Center, spent Tuesday at the Larry Rilea home. Mrs. H. B. Roberts, who spent a week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Allison, at Rio, after being dismissed from the Cottage Hospital, came to her home in New Windsor Monday. Mrs. Chinn of Galesburg is staying with Mrs. Roberts. had been spending a few days with his grandparents, returned home with them. Mrs. Walter Young of Peoria and Bud Bowers of Chicago recently called on Mrs. Olive Britt at the Warren County Convales* cent Home. Mr. and Mrs. .Laurence Need­ leam of East Moline recently called on their aunts, Mrs. Olive Britt and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Mrs. Charles Hardesty and daughter Vickie attended the meeting of the Ellison Sewing Circle at the home of Mrs. Leland Ray of near Roseville, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Filliman and Steve and Mrs. Lillie Davis attended the Filliman, Fredrickson and Christensen reunion at Monmouth Park Sunday. Rev. Gary Reif, pastor of the Baptist Church in Monmouth, called on Mr. and Mrs. George Rader, Saturday and then on Mrs. Era Johnson and Eugene. Mrs. Marvin Haase and sons of Monmouth spent an afternoon and evening with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Miss Berneice Elliott has left for her home in Albuquerque, N.M., after a visit with friends and relatives here. Lynn, Becky and Brian Conover of Galesburg spent an evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardesty. King Family Reunion Held The annual King reuion was held July 21 in tyeed Park, Muscatine. There were 6ft present for the potluck dinner. Others arriving in afternoon totaling 83 for the gathering. , Mrs. Amanda Swan, 86, of Kewanee was oldest present. Ten- month old Diana and Donna Swanson, twin daughters of the Ivan Swanson'? of Orion, were the youngest attending. Coming the farthest distance was William H. Collis, Knoxville, others came from Silvis. Following i» the reunion roll: Stacey King and family, Mr. and Mrs. Asa King, Bonnie, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stiedley, Colona; Mr. and Mrs. Oren W. Osborn and Brenda of Carbon Cliff; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Collis and Darleree of Hermon, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Swanson and twins, Orion. Mi*, and Mrs. Darrell Larson and son, New Windsor; George Unsworth, and family, Viola; Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Swan and Amanda Swan, Kewanee; Vernon Hopkins and family, Ferris. Robert Stegall and family, Joy; Velma King artd Warren King and family. Mary Lou Kelly, Wayne King and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Krulic, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carey and Gary and Mr, and Mrs Alfred King, Aledo; Carl Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer King, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Curtis, Vivian Briles, Kenny, and Stanton King, New Boston, Hazel Cooley and a guest of the Kings, Mert Fowler of Muscatine. Guests were Charles and Diana Sheese and Mert Fowler. READ THE WANT ADS I THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? YES\ fr<»* Mutual OF OMAHA Muimi of Omt/m Irmmntt e». Call me tor fullInformation on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, offered by Mutual of Omaha, the company that Insures mora than 1 million 200 thousand senior citizens. |R. I. THOMAS, MGR. 3*9 BONDI BLDG. PH. 343-8583 AMERICAN LEGION GALESBURG COMMUNITY BAND APPEARING DAILY 105th ANNUAL KNOX COUNTY FAIR BLUE CRASS SHOWS ON THE MIDWAY ALL WEEK KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS - JULY 29-30-31, AUGUST 1-2*3 FREE "SKY DIVING" LIVE PARACHUTE DELAYED JUMPS From 7,500 to 10,000 Feet Every Afternoon and Evening 17 ACRES OF AUTO PARKING Operated by Knoxville American Legion $1.00 ADMISSION INCLUDES FREE BLEACHER AND GRANDSTAND SEATS EVERY AFTERNOON. 3000 FREE BLEACHER SEATS EVERY NIGHT. RESERVED GRANDSTAND SEATS AVAILABLE EVENINGS ONLY. CHILDREN 12 OR UNDER FREE. Monday, July 29 AFTERNOON 1 P.M. Judging of Live Barrow and Fat Steers Carcus Contest, Judging on Foot 6 HORSE RACES TROT: Non-winners of $6,000 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by CROWN MOTORS, INC., Galesburg PACE: Non-winners of $6,000 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by GALESBURG LINCOLN MERCURY CO., Galesburg TROT: Three Year Old (Northern 111. Colt Assn.) 2 Heats — Purse $1,500 Trophy by O. T. JOHNSON CO., Galesburg Tuesday, July 30 MORNING and AFTERNOON Judging in All Departments AFTERNOON 6 HORSE RACES TROT: Non-winners of $2,500 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by McCREERY MOTOR SALES Your Ford Dealer PACE: Non-winners of $1,000 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES No. 518, Galesburg TROT: Two Year Old (Northern 111. Colt Assn.) 2 Heats — Purse $1,500 Trophy by FIRST GALESBURG NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO. MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS Guys & Dolls Broadway Musical Comedy With PETER PALMER and CATHY EMMA • Full Musical Score • Colorful Costuming • Beautiful Lighting Effects Track Chairs and Grandstand Reserved, Bleachers Free Wed., July 31 MORNING and AFTERNOON Judging in Ail Departments AFTERNOON 6 HORSE RACES PACE: Non-winners of $2,500 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by ARTHUR J. NYMAN SONS Galesburg TROT: Non-winners of $1,000 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Knoxville, 111. PACE: Two Year Old 2 Heats — Purse $1,500 Trophy by BANK OF GALESBURG EVENING TRACTOR PULLING CONTEST 4 WEIGHT CLASSES TO PULL $660.00 TOTAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Always a popular show FREE BLEACHER SEATS Thursday, Aug* 1 AFTERNOON 6 HORSE RACES PACE: Free For All Pace 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by GALESBURG SOFT WATER SERVICE TROT: Free For All Trot 2 Heats — Purse $500.00 Trophy by FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK Galesburg PACE: Three Year Old (Northern III. Colt Assn.) 2 Heats — Purse $1,500 Trophy by GALESBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Friday, Aufj. 2nd Afternoon 1:30 P.M. RUNNING RACES 5 Quarter Horse Races 2 Pony Races 1 Farmer Quarter Horse Race CONTEST RACES THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS AUTO TIME TRIALS 7 P.M. -Big /Events-7 EACH EVENING GRANDSTAND RESERVED — BLEACHERS FREE Saturday, Aug. 3rd Afternoon and Evening AUT SWENSON AUTO THRILLCADE FEATURING Famed TV and Movie Stuntmasters ALL SEATS FREE FOR AFTERNOON SHOW RESERVED GRANDSTAND and FREE Bleachers for Evening Shew SUPERCHARGED Suif IDE SruNTs by WORLD-FAMED *>AREDEV/LS THIS ADVERTISEMENT MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROSITY OF THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS — GALESBURG State Loan Company P &M Accessory Co., Inc. Galesburg Order Buyers, Inc. Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Assn. McGrew & McGrew Agency, Inc. Jock's Supply Store Hawthorne Drug Co. Consumers Grain & Supply Co. Intro State Telephone Co. Benner Food Stores Galesburg Builders Supply Co. Hi-Lo Groceteria Galesburg Chamber of Commerce Bank of Galesburg First Galesburg National Bank & Trust Co. Simpson-Powelson Lumber Co. Luke's Westinghouse Appliances The Continental Clothing Co. Arthur J. Nyman Sons Jewelers Illinois Camera Shop, Inc. Farmers and Mechanics Bank Galesburg Register-Moil Carson Pirie Scott O. T. Johnson Co. Hawkinson Manufacturing Co. Ida Ann Shoppe Galesburg Glass Co. Sheahan's Virginia Eary, of Eary & Sullivan C & E Grocery Quint's Tire Service Kline's Department Store W, T. Grant Co. Knox LaunoVy Stern & Field WGIL Radio Gale Ward! Athletic Goods KNOXVILLE Simpson-Powelson Lumber Co., Knoxville Goff Standard Service Loe's Drug & Franklin Store Farmers Notional Bonk of Knoxville Susie's Steak House

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