Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 19, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, August 19, 1963
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Dallas City Sets Opening Of New Term DALLAS CITY-Classes will begin Aug. 27, for approximately 650 students ol Dallas Com* munity Unit District according to announcement by Supt. Kenneth Sallee. Pupil attendance will be only in the morning; teachers meetings will be held in the afternoon. Pupils will not attend school Aug. 28, which has been designated as a teachers workshop day. Bus schedules will be about the fame as last year. Mrs. Sydney Vaughn has been Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS hired to teach kindergarten, replacing Mrs. Elizabeth Mobson, who resigned. Both the Loma* and Dallas City classes will be held in Dallas City, the children from Lomax coming by bus. There will be a non-certified woman hired to come with the children, help in the classroom and return with them to Lomax. Others Assigned The first, second and third grades will be at Dallas City and also at Lomax. All fourth and fifth graders of the unit will be at Lomax. All sixth, seventh and eighth graders of the district will be at Dallas City. Major improvement of the summer has been the complete remodeling of the high school science room. All the old equipment was removed, and new sinks, tables and chairs have been added. The exterior woodwork of the high school building has been repainted, and floors hpve been cleaned and re-varnished. Improvements also have been made in both the Dallas City and Lomax grade schools. Henderson Party Tours Riverview HENDERSON — Wesley Reams took his children, Judy, Barbara, Carol, Tom and Rickey, and Alan Blixt to Chicago Thursday for a tour of Riverview Park. They also visited Mrs. Anna Berg, who is recuperating from surgery. She is the Reams' children's grandmother. Robert Hendricks of W a t a g a spent a week at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Amy Hendricks at Henderson. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, N. Y. (Speol.l) — For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—results were so thorough that sufferers made astonisliing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation At all drug counters. Avon School District to Open Aug. 29 AVON — The Avon Unit schools will open their 1963-64 school year Aug. 29 with a full day of school. Lunch will be served each school day, beginning Aug. 29 for the price of 30 cents each. There will be no school Sept. 2, Labor Day. Books are ready for each student on the first day of school and will be furnished for all students, grades one through twelve for the price of $6. School insurance will be available, with prices of $2 for kindergarten through the sixth grade and for $3 for grades seven through twelve. The same coverage may be had 24 hours a day, 12 months a year, for $10 kindergarten through grade six, and for $12 for grades seven through twelve. The school will furnish football accident insurance for all players who pay the $3 fee. Football players must pay the $3 before they can practice. Accidents occurring from fighting and other unapproved activities are not covered. Need Physicals The state law demands that all first, fifth and ninth grade students have a complete physical and dental examination before starting to school. Examination cards are available at the school office and at all doctors' offices. Football games at home will begin at 7:30 p.m., elementary basketball games will start at 6:30 p.m., high school basketball games will begin at 6:45 and 8 p.m.' All events at home on week nights will close by 10 o'clock. First graders must have reached their 6th birthday before Dec. 1, 1963, to be eligible to enroll. Vacationers Return NEW WINDSOR-Mr. and Mrs. William Kauffman and family have returned from a vacation spent at the Kentucky Dam Village in Kentucky and camping near St. Louis. GIANT LB. CAPACITY 1 1 i lfrf '"i ' W"— Filter-Flo WASHER • • • • • MODEL WA-504X NEW TROUBLE-FREE FITS LIKE A BUILT-IN IMPROVED FILTER-FLO SYSTEM NEW SPIRAL ACTIVATOR 2 WASH TEMPERATURE SELECTION WATER SAVER SELECTOR WITH NEW Trouble-Free PUMP Buttons, nails, matches and other items will never clog or cause damage. They easily pass through the new trouble-free pump and are caught by the Filter-Flo strainer. Exchangi G-* DRYERS START AT *149 95 Now 7 Day FREE Home Trial on G.E. Pt table Dishwashers - See Black's Today BLACK BROTHERS MAIN ft SEMINARY — APPUANCE DEPT. — 342-0174 Gerlaw Church Groups List Officer Rolls GERLAW - New officers of the CWF of the Gterlaw Christian Church are: President, Mrs. David C. Edwards; vice president, Mrs> Jerry Wolford; secretary, Mrs. Bert Boostrorn; treasurer, Mrs. Dick Edwards; service director, Mrs. Dayton Boostrorn; worship, Mrs. Raymond Sheppard and study,. Mrs. Jerry Wolford. The Golden Circle class had a picnic at Monmouth Park. The group then went to the ball game. New officers have been elected for the Fellowship Circle and they are as follows: Group leader, Doris Johnson; assistant leader, Bonnie Edwards; secretary, Mildred Ryner; treasurer, Pat Carson; study leader, Barbara Winbigler; worship, Betty Ryner and service, Janie Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmons provided the musical number for Aug. 11 morning worship. The Challengers class held a picnic at the church. Visit Hospital Wednesday, the research team went to the Galesburg State Research Hospital. The girls Snip and Stir 4-H Club also went and provided entertainment. Karen and Fran Roehrs favored with an instrumental duet and Karen sang a solo. The 4-H girls then sang a group of songs led by Mrs. Mary Alice Armstrong. Hostesses were Mrs, Rolland Niles, Mrs. Grace Killip and Mrs. Mildred Ryner. The new officers of the Friendship Circle are: Group leader, Doris Haynes; as- Ooleaburo. Register-Mail, Gofesbura Monday, Aug. 19, 1963 5 sistant, Pauline Winbigler; secre* tary, Mary Roehrs; treasurer, Barbara Howe; study director, Alice Edwards, and service, Mary Trinkle. Birthday Celebrated A group attended a smorgasbord recently at the Black Hawk Hotel in Davenport. It was to celebrate Jim Seldon's birthday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Seldon and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boock and Mr. and Mrs. Don Braselton, M a r c i a, Susan and Ronnie. Several gifts were presented to him. Stevens-Daggett Reunion Is Held At Gilson Lake GILSON — Stevens-Daggett reunion, held Sunday at the Warren Stevens lake at Gilson, was attended by 71 persons. Election of officers saw Doris Olson named president: Hester Snow, vice president; Lydia Cline, secretary-treasurer. Next year's reunion will be held at the same place, the second Sunday in August. Six births were recorded by the historian, with one death and four marriages. Oldest member present was Don A. Moore; youngest, Billy Ray Cline; largest family and traveling the greatest distance, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunt of Stoughton, Wis.; longest marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Perry (Florence) Sargent, 48 years; most recent marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Scyrill (Patricia) Sherman; most descendants, eight, Mr. and Mrs. John (Frances) Stevens. READ THE WANT ADS1 Keith Nelson Heads Family Reunion Group Keith Nelson of Galesburg was elected president at the 24th annual reunion of the descendants of John, Gustaf and Alexander Anderson. Vemer Anderson of Woodhull, was elected vice president and Mrs. Gilbert Samuelson of Princeton, was elected secretary-treasurer. Ed Meir of Geneseo, conducted the business meeting at Lincoln Park Aug. 11, which was attended by 66 members. Relatives were present from Galesburg, New Windsor, Woodhull, Orion, Geneseo, Aledo, Princeton. Rock Island, Burlington, Wisconsin and Michigan. Laura Nelson and Alvin Root received the prize for being the oldest members present, and James Shetler for being the youngest attending. Nuns Depart After Visiting Viola Home VIOLA — Sister Mary Janela and companion have left for their schools following a visit with Sister Mary Janela's mother, Mrs. Nelle Mack, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mack. Sister Mary Janela will return to Waterloo, where she is a high school science instructor, and Sister Philadelmenia will go to St. Mary's School, Chicago. Boyd McAtee accompanied Hugh McAtee and daughters of Aledo to Sidney, Iowa, Thursday to attend the Sidney Rodeo. Remit Bride Is Honored At Victoria VICTORIA — A miscellaneous shower was held recently for Mrs. Jerry Ramuinus at the home of Mylard Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Ramuinus were married last week. Guests at the shower were Mrs. John Collinson, Mrs. Ethelyne Sornberger, Mrs. Victor Larson, Irvin Mosher, Mrs. Edward Scott, Mrs. Morris Sherman, Mrs. Betty Hulin, Miss Barbara Sherman, Maxine Naslund, Mrs. Herman Naslund, Mrs. William Duffy, Mrs. Louise Foster, Mrs. Herman Johnson, Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. Virginia Dennis, Mrs. Russell Ryden and Mrs. Leonard Hendricks. Hostesses were Mrs. Dale Colwell, Mrs. Jeane Breen and Mrs. Mylard Welch. Victoria Briefs Mr. and Mrs. William Rhinehart of Chicago spent Sunday with hit mother, Mrs. Blanche Rhinehart in Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Perry fves spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Mex* ico, Mo. 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