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HI Btatflt At* ft Hampton wait*, ptttor iervice* safurdat Safchstr. «en«oi 130: Bf»iCh1fi» u CAUVAR* CHURCH—ASSEMBLY Of OOD 886 K. South St. H I Wait«rm *n Jf >Mtnt Sunday school 10; morning worship, 9; Y.P. 6:30: evening terv Ices 7:30. ALLEN PAH*. UAKUS'i Affiliated with Southern BapUti Convention. Kenneth V Moweu oaittt 1701 Multxrfr St. Bible school. (MS: voramp service 10:48: B.T.U. «:30i evening Mrv ice **> BKIHANV BAPT 181 (Associated *1tti U.A.R.B.C.). Dr Paul raaseu. oaator * 873 G Simmon? St Sunday school »4»; morning atrv- tce, 10:55; evening service 1; youth fellowship. (« midweek Bible study and prayer Wtdnes- day. I'M BETHEL BAPTIST Donald G Peterson oa*tor Htm N Acartemv St Bible school, 0:30; worship, 10:30; evening gospei service i fon higru and seniors at 83b. BETHESDA BAPT1S1 Whitesboro street and Grand ave- nut- Robert B. Morgan. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11; midweek service Wednesday. 7:90. BIBLE BAPTIST Clifford Dartt, pastor. Corner of Brooks and Lombard streets. Sunday school, 10? morning wor tunuajr ovajw«, .« I ------— M ship, 11, gospel preaching; evening service, 7 30*. Bible study Wednesday. 7:30. FIRST BAPTIST (American Baptist Convention) Cherry and Tompkins streets Malcolm Q. Shotwell, pastor. John D. Kern, associate pastor g:30 and 10:30, identical services of worship in new Memorial Chapel; 9:30. church school, classes for all ages with continuous nursery and kindergarten care until 11:30. HENDERSON STHEE'i BAPTIST (Independent Fundamental) Henderson and North streets. William Thurber, pastor. Bible school. 9 :30: morning worship, 10 JO- evening worship. 7; midweek service, Wednesday. 7 :30. SECOND BAPTIST 805 S. Cherry Si . C. L. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school; 9:30; morning wor- •hip. 10:45; evening service. 7 :30. BIBLE MISSIONARY 1646 Moshier Ave Larry Roberts, pastor. Sunday school. 9:30; mornmg worship service, 10:30; Young people's meet 645: evangelical service. 7 JO. • GRACE BIBLE 714 E. Fremont Sv David Punk, pastor. Bible schoOl, 10; morning worship 11; evening service, 7. Midweek services. Wednesday. 7 :30 APOSTOLIC -i'ABERN A CLE 562 W. North St Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. . 1 . Roy Mast, pastor Sunday school, 10; worship. 11; evening service. 7 :30. Wednesday Bible study. 7 :46. CATHOLIC CORPUS CHRIST1 CATHOLIC Prairie and South streets A. B. Curran, pastor: Anthony Lane, J. Callanan, assistants. Sunday Masses, 6. 1. a, a.ou and 11 Holy days, 6, 7. 8 and 9; evening Masses, every Wedresday. first Friday and Holy day at 5:16 IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CATHOLIC At end of North Broad street to school chapel. J E. Lohan, pastor; Klchara Slav ish, Thomas Kimball and William J. Stratman. assistants Sunday Masses at 6, 7. 8, S, 10, 11 a. m. and 12 noon; daily Masses at 6:15 and 8 a. m.; evening Masses at 520 on Holy Days and first Fridays. SA1N1 PATRICK'S CATHOLIC John Horan. pastor: Joseph Mac- Poland, assistant. South Academy and Wesl Third streets. Sunday Masses, 0, a, ;o and LI a. m. daily Masses, 6 :30 a. m. except Saturdays and first Friday, 5:30 p. m. St. Joseph's Convent, 6 :20 a. m. except Saturday, 7 am. CHURCH OF CHRIST •55 Lawrence Ave. Forrest Shaffer, evangelist. Bible study 9:45: morning worship 10:45; evening worship, 7 :30; Thursday Bible study 7 :30 CHURCH O* CHRIST 1591 E. Losey St. Bible study, 10; morning worship 11: evening service 7 :30. FIRST CHRISTIAN James B. Smith, minister North Broad and North streets. Sunday school. 930: worship services 10:45 + DIRECTORY of QALEStiURQ CHURCHES ADVENT CHRISTIAN Donald Mace, pastot 1573 N seminary at. aunday school, »46; worship, 11; evening service, i. Wednesday prayer service 7'JO. FIRST CHURCH Of CHRIST SCIENTIST Broad and Lossy sweats. Sunday school and services U; Wednesday 8 Reading room 56 S Preirl* St COVEN AN'l Dayton and Jetterson streets G Harold Ahiber* oaator Sunday school, 9; worshij, 10; evening services, 7. CONQHtOATlOMAL CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL W. T. Llppert, minister. Southwest corner o< Public square Church school (nursery through junior department) and worship at 10. UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, EAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL Main and Whitesboro streets. Leon Wllhite. minister. CMircb school. 9:45: worship services 11 GRACE EPISCOPAL Prairie and Tompkins streets. George W. DeGraff, rector Morning prayer and sermon the first and third Sundays; Holy Eucharist and sermon second and fourth Sundays. No church school or week events. EVANUEL1CAL UNITED BRETHREN Dale Catlln, pastor Sunday school, 9 :30; worship service. 8:30 and 10:30. EVANGEL TEMPLE Ira L. Bevard. t) ait or 62 Illinois Ave. Sunday school, 10; worship. 11; evangelistic service, 1:30. Tburs day. Bible study and prayer. 7'JO CHURCH OF GOD 1530 Brown Ave. Ernest Moates, pastor. Sunday school. 10; morning worship, 11; young people's meeting 6:30; evangelistic service, 7 30. Wednesday, orayer meeting. 7:30; YPE service, 730: Junior VPs meets In small auditorium. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 1614 E. Knox St. Henry A. Stamm, pastor. Sunday school. 9:45: morning worship! 10 45; evening vespers, 7: youth activities. 8:15. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 857 W. Berrien St. Sunday school. 10; morning wor •hip. 1130. THE ISRAEL OF GOD'S CHURCH THE W.H.A. Corner Knox ana Hoiton street* Elder Dewel Taylor, pastor Sunday Mass, 10:30; Sunday acnool, 5; evening worship, 6. Friday, Testimonial and prayer service, 7 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER -DAY SAINTS 360 E. Ferris St. Donald E. Pont, oranch president. Priestnood meeting. B:30; Sunday school, 10; Sacrament service 8:30. ruesday. Women's Reliel society, 7:30. Wednesday. MutuaJ Improvement Association. 7:30 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. 77 U W1V ERS AL1ST- U N IT AR1AN Woman's Club, North Prairie and Fast Grove Streets On vacation until Sept. 8. LUTHERAN FIRST LUTHERAN Seminary and Waters streets Ordell W Peterson, pastoi Robert Kimas, assistant pastor. Worship during August, 9:30; church school during August, 10:15. Nursery provided for small children. Richard Kennedy, Intern. i 'KlNiTY LUTHERAN Kellogg and Ferris streets Ralph D Anderson Intern. Worship, 9; lunior church service, 10:10. MtSSOtW SYN60) f im W rremont St "unosv ; Jamei A get, pattot school and HIM * eisstet, l.-U Mi V.ALVArlt uuiHkitA* am Holy Communion utuauf M first Sunday of the monUt METHODISt ALLEN CHAPEL A at I. 15) E. Tompkins St. J w Cotton, pastor •ffiSS*,Jfc»««i 5j>*: mining worship 10 45: Christian Endeavor 4 evangelistic service 7:» «upet- vised nurser* during service* Midweek prayer «nd Alible elaa* Wednesday 7 30 EMMANUEL tlETHODlS't Kellogg and Waters atreeu Ralph H Dude pastot Sunday school 10; morning worship II; Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:30. r 'IKS'A ME1HOU1ST Northwest corner Keiiog* and Ferris streets Joseph C. Hoffman, pastor: ortn Watson, minister of education. Sunday school, 9 :45; worship. 11; & re-school children are eared for » the nursery. rtiCL OI.LIIM >iEi'HOUl»-l Perry Bishop, pastor Seminary am Pnur-tr <tre»tf Worship, 9; Sunday school, 10. WESLEY AN METHODIST M. J. Bailie, pastor 857 N. Farnham St. Sunday school. 9 :45: morning worship. 11; evening fellowship hour 7. ItAZARENE FIRST CHURCH OF TH3 NAZARENE Webster and Elm strecte. Floyd H. Pounds, pastor. Sunday school, 930: morning worship, 10:30; NYPS 6:15; evangelistic ser/lce, 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 30; Missionary meeting first Wednesday of each month t AIT H CHURCH Of THE NAZARENE Monroe and jert.aro streets. Arthur ^urnsidc, pastor. Sunday school. 9:45; mornmg worship, 10:50; NYPS 6:45: evangelistic service, 730 FIRST CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Hob W. Losey St. Weldon Davis, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11. Overcomera, 630; Jet Cadets, 6:30: evening service. I At Wednesday, midweek service 7:45. Saturday Men's prayer meeting. 7 30 PENTECOSTAL FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL 719 W. Knox St. D. H. Walker pastor Sunday school, 9 :45; Praise service 230. evangelistic service. 730. DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE 260 N. Chambers St. A. D. Snyder, pastor Sunday school, 9:48; worship. 11; evangelistic service, 7 30. Wednes day. midweek service. 730. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 S. Chambers St. Sunday: Public talk 3; watchtowet study. 4:15. Thursday Ministry school. 7:30: service meeting 830 LIVING WAY BIBLE CENTER 74 S. Seminary St Dorothy O'Connor, Rachel Stroops. Adelaide Carter evangel lsts. Sunday school, 10-, worship, 11; evening service. 730 Thursday service. 7:30 FOURSQUARE GOSPEL East South and Pearl streets James Uhler, pastor. Sunday school, J:4S: morning wor ship, 11; Crusaders. 630; evangelistic service. 730. Wednesday midweek service, 7:90. Saturday men's prayer meeting, 730. PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold St., (corner of Summit) L. S. Lancaster, pastor Sunday school, 9:45: morning wor ship. 10 :45; Pilgrim vouth service 7; evangelistic service. 7:30 Prayer meeting Wednesday 730 RESCUE MISSION 66 Public Square Sylvester Sanford. religious director. 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. FIRST UNl'rED~~PRESBY '1 'ERlAN Prairie and Ferris streets Kermit W Petersen and Joseph R. Boatwright. ministers Church school and worship at B during July and August. JEWISH Temple Sholom, Monroe and Wesi North streets. Larchland Society Has Picnic Outing - _ _ _ ,i . _ C TUT, LARCHLAND — The Larchland Community Aid Society held its annual family picnic Aug. 11 at the new shelter house in Monmouth Park. Mrs. Walter Beamer of Galesburg and Miss Ella Miller of Monmouth called on friends in this neighborhood Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis and son Mickey have returned from a vacation trip, during which time they visited relatives and points of interest in Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan and Canada. Mrs. Gladys Darland and Mrs. Ellis Dykeman of London Mills spent Aug. 11 with Mr. and Mrs. Abram Hornback. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haase and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson of Monmouth spent Aug. 10 with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Zera Hutt and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jackson and family spent a weekend in Chicago with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Johnson. Mrs. Bruce Prendergast and son Wally of Stronghurst and Mrs. Lillie Davis spent an evening recently with Mr. and Mrs. James Fillman of Monmouth. Other guests were Mrs. Pearl Fillman and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fillman of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson Aug. 11 called on Mrs. David Nelson at a Galesburg hospital. Mrs. Lawrence Anderson of Monmouth and Mrs. Elmer Ray spent an afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rodgers and family of Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Bob llardesty and Glennie of north of Monmouth, were Aug. 11 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardesty. The Misses Karadean and Mar- Diol A Devotion A Theveht And A Prayer To Help You DIM 343*3119 A tervlce provided by the Board of Deacons FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Prairit and Ferris Street* Galesburg, lllinoit garet Johnson of Manhattan have returned home from a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Eva Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Day and family of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hopkins were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. James Hopkins of west of Monmouth, hi honor of James Hopkins' birthday. Mrs. Laverne Rowley of Galesburg spent two days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson. Mrs. Lucille Kerr of Avon spent Aug. 12 with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stinemates. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gillen were W. A. Gillen of Monmouth, Laura Merrifield and Orlando B a n t a of Oquawka and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Davis and family of Bushnell. Oneida Club Board Plans for Year ONEIDA—Board members of the Oneida Woman's Club met recently in the home of the club president, Mrs. Ralph Vinson to complete plans for the 1963-64 year. Representing the various committees were Miss Esther Anderson, Mrs. Sam McKie, Mrs. Everett Brown, Mrs. William Wood, .Mrs. Melvin Wells, Mrs. Housel ©Roberts and Mrs. David McMaster. GolesbufQ Register-Moil, Gatesbura. III. Saturday Auo. 17, 1963 7 Tent Revival Opens Sunday n ewi forani JUul m Fairway- (Continued from page 3) PREPARE FOR CAMP—These six youths prepare for the First Baptist Youth Camp August 23-25 at Camp Shaubcna with the theme "Youth's Witness in a World of Crisis." The six arc, from the front of the banner back, Frank McAuley, Robert Danna, Betty Reinschmidt, Chuck Carman, Dorothy Reinschmidt and Dave Bowles. Kindergarten Opening Is Set For Sept. 3 at Roseville ROSEVILLE — The Wee Wisdom Kindergarten, operated for a number of years in Roseville by Mrs. Beulah Parks, will open the school year on Tuesday, Sept. 3. Classes will meet in the Methodist Church each morning from 9 to 11 o'clock. Twenty-three children are enrolled for the 1963-64 term There will be a meeting of the mothers of the children enrolled at the church on Friday Aug. 30 at 2 p.m. Huston Wins et Fair In the major livestock competition at the Illinois State Fair, John Huston, 18, of Roseville, was crowned junior champion in sheep blocking and trimming. He won in a group of 26 contestants. Birth Record A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Taylor Aug. 10 at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Ft. Madison, Iowa. He has been named David Lawrence. The Taylors have two daughters, Glenda and Nancy. WSCS Sets Course The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church has completed plans for a study course entitled "The Christian Family and Its Money." Classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays for two weeks, the dates being Sept. 3 and 5, 10 and 12. For convenience sake those participating may attend classes on these dates in the afternoon from 1:30 to 3 o'clock or in the evening frim 7:30 to 9 o'clock. Mrs. R. G. Marks will teach the course. She has asked that those planning to attend classes begin clipping articles read which deal with money and its use. These articles will be used on a bulletin board to make the course contemporary in its applications. Roseville Briefs Paul V. Rochotte, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Rochotte, and a graduate of Roseville High School, is enrolled for nine weeks' basic training at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes. Airman Garold R. Blevins has completed his basic training at the Lackland AF Base in Texas and has been selected for technical training as an air policeman. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlene J. Blevins of Roseville. Allen Young, a native of Roseville but now residing with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strong, RFD No. 2, Galesburg, will celebrate his 94th birthday on Saturday, Aug. 17. Mr. William "Red" Jordan was taken by ambulance to Monmouth Hospital on Tuesday night. Mr. Jordan suffered a heart attack. Mrs. Rollie Anderson of RFD No. 2, Roseville was taken by ambulance to Monmouth Hospital Thursday night. Watching the family's diet? You can cook a pound of chicken livers in a medium skillet in just a couple of tablesjxwns of butter, margarine or salad oil. Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 426-2671 of 193 (66-63-64) was Mrs. Joseph Hecht with Mrs. Richard Larrikin second with 195 (59-61-75). Prizes will be awarded the winners at the annual Soangeta- ha Trophy dinner to be in the latter part of September. LAKE BRACKEN Prizes for women's golf play at Knox County Country Club Tuesday were for first and second low net. First flight winners were Mrs. Albert Nelson, first, Mrs. Stanley Helwig, second; second flight, Mrs. Frank Shank, first, Mrs. Bob Coe Jr., second; third flight, Mrs. B. F. Sanford, first, Mrs. Loyal Weir, second. BUNKER LINKS In Friday morning's golf play at Blinker Links, Mrs. Carl Schultz won low gross; Mrs. Roy Johnson, low net, and Mrs. Russell Martin, low putts. Miss Beverly Trotter, Bunker Links golfer, was medalist at the Carthage Women's Invitational Open, Sunday, Aug. 10, winning with a 69 for the 18-hole play. Miss Trotter also won the handicap trophy in Bunker Links Women's Handicap tournament in the championship flight. Mrs. Ralph Ebbing was runnerup and won the second trophy. In first flight, Mrs. Maurice Patty captured the trophy, downing Mrs. Eli Rowe, who received the runnerup trophy for this event. An old*fashioned, "Billy Sunday" type of Tent revival will be opened in Galesburg Sunday. Molding forth at 7:30 every night in a well-lighted, public-addressed, sawdust-strewn "half acre" under canvas is Evangelist Ernest C. Moates of Clinton, S. C. In co-operation with the Full Gospel churches of the Galesburg area. Moates brings to Galesburg what he calls "old-time evangelism and fishers of men" preaching. Each night there will be special music by a local soloist or church choir. One of the soloists to be heard is Paul "Jack" Davis, a former radio-TV performer and disc jockey. The tent's location is Grand Avenue at Locust Street, on highway 150 ten blocks southeast of the Galesburg Public Square. The public is invited. There is no charge and nothing, the Rev. Mr. Moates promises, will be offered for sale. The Moates Tent Crusade is scheduled—rain or stars—for 7:30 every night, Aug. 18 through Sept. 15. In following weeks a 2:30 Sunday afternoon rally is planned in addition to the regular Sunday Evening Evangelistic Crusade. College News... Miss Jane Eyre, Abingdon, has spent the last 9 weeks at Elkhart Lake, Wis. She is counselor and accompanist at Harand Camp, a theater arts camp, run by Sulie and Pearl Harand. Such productions as Wizard of Oz, Cinderella, Carousel and Oklahoma have been staged by the 200 young people in the camp, ages 6 -17 years. She will return next week to spend some time at home before returning to Lindenwood College in St. Charles, Mo., for her second year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Eyre. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson of New Windsor announce the coming marriage of their daughter, Nancy Carol, to John Woodrow Salter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Salter, on Saturday evening, Aug. 31 at 7 o'clock at the United Presbyterian Church in New Windsor. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception immediately following the wedding in the Church Educational Building. Assists with Unity Lodge Initiation When Unity Lodge 425 convened in IOOF Hall Wednesday evening with Mrs. Harry Neeld president, presiding, a short form initiation was held for Mrs. Wayne Hallstrom. Vice Grand President, District No. 5 Mrs. Dora Rierson of Boone, Iowa, was present and assisted with the initiation. As this was her official visit instructions were given for the new rituals. Mrs. George Kennedy announced the date for annual picnic at South Lions Shelter, Lake Storey Aug. 29. Meat, coffee and dessert will be furnished. Mrs. Joseph Augustine of Chillicothe, secretary of Chilcot Lodge 609, was a guest of Mrs. Neeld. Serve Refreshments Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. G. R. Peterson and committee, at the close of the meeting. Previous to the meeting a dinner was given at Loraine's restaurant, honoring Mrs. Rierson, Mrs. Hallstrom and Mrs. Augustine. Sept. 6 and 7 officers and members of Unity Lodge will be in Peoria, to exemplify draping and undraping of charter at the Illinois joint State Association meeting. Is Honored at Surprise Parly Mrs. Nick Kopun, 801 Oak St., was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday party Thursday evening on the patio at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson, 1045 Park Ave. A potluck dinner was served and the event spent socially. Mrs. Kopun was presented with a gift from the group. Others present were Mr. Kopun and Eloise, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Sanburg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson and Nancy and the Petersons' daughter, Carol. 'Cold Feet' The expression "cold feet" to mean a fear of something started with soldiers in the 19th century. One of the chief ailments in battle was frozen feet, but it was said that some soldiers feigned this trouble to avoid battle. READ THE WANT ADS! Is Graduated From School of Nursing Mrs. Roger Klenske, the former Sarah Jane Jameson of this city was graduated from Wesley Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Chicago on Aug. 9 at ceremonies in Thorne Hall, Chicago Branch of Northwestern University. In a class of 87 members Mrs. Klenske tied with three others for first-place honors and each was presented with a gold key to not3 her achievement. Mrs. Klenske, who is the daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Jameson, 521 Phillips St., will continue nursing in Chicago. Mrs. Jameson and another daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Irons of Peoria attended the graduation exercises. If you are storing cartons of ice cream in the freezer for any length of time, you may want to give them an over-wrap of moisture-vapor-proof material. Gilson Girls Are Honored On Birthdays GILSON — The Misses Linda and Judy Harmon were surprised Aug. 1 in honor of their birthdays Aug. 5 and 10. Guests were Kathy and Jody Curry, Steve and Ricky Putnam, Ann Ray, Nicky Jefferson, Tom and Jerry Walter, Jerry Jefferson, Bobby Dugan, Holly Lindahl, Mary Shaw, Dennis Nelson, Becky Dugan, Barbara Collopy, Sandra Putnam, Sheryl Brown, Becky and Sherry Napier and Judy and Linda Harmon. Gilson News Notes Mrs. Vera Smith of Jackson, Mich., is spending a few weeks visiting in the home of her grandson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bishop. Dr. H. C. McKown has returned home from Cottage Hospital, where he has been a patient three weeks. His daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNally have returned to their home in Phoenix, Md. Arvid Bushong, who has been in Cottage Hospital two weeks, received more surgery. Mrs. J. P. Burns of Peru, a sister of Mrs. Dale Brown, spent a few days at her home, and Debbie Brown returned with her aunt to spend a few days in Peru. Hold Farewell Pat Brush and Jennifer Jefferson were co-hostess at a farewell party at the firehouse for Bobby Bowen. Those present were Jeff Jefferson and Jolene, Debbie Brush, Jackie and Joen Jefferson, Nancy Walter, Mrs. Wayne Brush and Bobbie's mother. Mrs. Gladys Brown, a sister- in-law of Mrs. Cyrus Walter and her son of St. David, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Walter. Widows Club to Donate Cookies To Blood Center When members of the Widows Club met Friday evening in the Bamboo Room at Leath's Furniture Store members voted to contribute twelve dozen cookies to the Red Cross Blood Center Sept. 4. Mrs. Louis Schneider presided at the business session. Later there was a social hour and members had refreshments at the Barrows Restaurant on North Henderson St. There will be election of officers at the September meeting. Is Honored at Farewell Event Lake Storey Lions Club Shelter was the scene of a cookout last week for members of the Over- comers group of The First Church of the Open Bible. The event was a farewell party for Phil Terpening, who is leaving Aug. 19 for Florida where he will enter St. Petersburg Bible Institute to study for the ministry. He is a 1962 graduate of Aledo High School and has been employed at Arlan's Department Store. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Terpening, west of Galesburg. The young people of the church presented the guest of honor with a going-away gift. Slice hard rolls and butter; fill with slices of Swiss cheese, anchovies, Italian-type salami and j^per-thin rings of sweet onion. Rev. Ernest C. Moates JV. Henderson Home Host To Reunion NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Nelson entertained 50 relatives for a family reunion recently. Guests were Mrs. Esther Swensen of Smoland, Kan., Mrs. Marvin Mahoney and son Lawrence of Linsborg, Kan., Mrs. Glen Malmberg and family of Carson City, Nev. The families of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Lawrence Nelson of Rio and Frank Nelson of Henderson. Junior Rosene has returned to his home at Tucson, Ariz, after attending school here and spending the summer with his grandmother and other relatives. He had been employed for the summer at the Bert Nelson farm. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Meeker attended the Springfield fair. Mrs. George Edgar entertained her bridge club the past week. Favors went to Mrs. Charlotte Wilson, Mrs. Bess Newcomer and Mrs. Sig Clark. Mrs. Owen Nail, Ruth Ann and David and Lee Tornquist called Aug. 11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gay Mead at Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Farm are visiting relatives in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Farm is on vacation from her duties at the post office. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Dillbeck and family have returned from Tucson, Ariz, after visiting here with her mother, Mrs. Fern Williams. Mrs. Ted Damos and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tornquist spent a weekend with Mrs. Lillie Strasburg at LaGrange. Jake Brown of Alexis and liis daughter, Mrs. Eddie Huff of Austin, Tex., visited the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tornquist. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simkins of Cascade, Iowa, spent a weekend with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Simkins. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Bodeen oi Mahomet visited several days of their vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. John Burnison of Ontario, Calif, were overnight guests recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Damos. Walter Medhurst and William Simkins were at the Springfield Fair the past week. Medhurst had ponies there. Richard Tornquist and daughter Lynn of Kewanee were overnight guests of his father, Lee Tornquist. The men attended the Springfield Fair. Lynn visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nail. Roll out leftover pie pastry and cut into small squares. Put a small piece of cheese in the center of each and fold over and seal with fork tines. Bake in a hot oven until golden brown. WALKING WITH JESUS • Requires loyalty In all seasons .... Regular attendance in Hi* Church .... Fervent devotion Al !IIM .!ll«lis «M ..i SERVICES 10:30 A.M. 7:00 P .M. Why Not Be a Part of Galesburg s Friendliest Church? You Will Be Welcomed at

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