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147 Blaifl* AW. . a Hampton \Vhlt*^|tlMt Services Saturday. 0:30: oreaeWfis 11 ^•tB Wheel CALVARY CHURCH—ASSEMBLY OF QOD 466 E. South St. H I Waiterman Jt p*atot Sunday school 10; morning wof' ship, 9; Y.P. 6:30; evening ierv- ices 7:30. BAKllft'l AJLLEN PARK BAPTIST Aifiltated with " Convention. Kenneth V. Howell paatflt 1701 Mulberry St. Bible school, 9:45; vorsnip service 10:48: B.T.U.. 0:30; evening etrv Ice fao + DIRECTORY of CE. *~.\ QALESBURQ CHURCHES BET HAN y BAPTIST (Associated with CA.R.B.C.). Dr. Paul Tamil. Dastor 873 E. Simmon* St. Bunday school 9:45; morning Ice, 10:55; evening service ADVENT CHRISTIAN Donald Mace, pastor 11673 N. Seminary St. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, |1. evening service, 1. Wednesday prayer service. I'M. Sffl?-«5l l0 S!!? 1 S«^L w^rt V « e -. k PIRSl CHURCH Of CHRIST Btblestudy end prayer wednes- SCIENTIST day. 7:30 Broad and Losey streets. Sunday school and services 11. Wednesday 8. Reading room 66 S. Prairie St. BETHEL. BAPTIST Donald G Peterson pastor. 119R N Academy St Bible school, 9:30; worship, 10<30;. evenins aospei service 1. Poet I COVENANI highs an «f seniors at 830. I Dayton and Jefteraon street* G Harold Ahlberg oastor Sunday school, 9; worshij, 10; eve ning services, 7 BETHESDA BAPTIST Whitesboro streei and Grand avenue Robert E. Morgan. CONGREGATIONAL Sunday school, 9:49; morning wor- CENTRAL. CONGREGATIONAL ship, 11; midweek eervloe W. T. Llppert, minister. Wednesday. 7:30. Southwest corner of Public Square Church school (nursery through BIBLE BAPTIST I junior department) and worship Clifford Dartt, pastor. I at 10. Corner ot Brooks and Lombard «,^Hl e „ U «.h««i in. ^w^t*. UNITED CHURCH Ot CHRIST, Bunaay scnooi, vn morning wor- p»crr MAIM OTHKCT &JErt&7$££F S JSZS, CONGHEGATIONAL wSSn-rtM ' y Main and Whitesboro strtat* Wednesday. 730. Leon Wtlhite, minister. CMirch school. 9:45; worship serr Ices. 11 FIRST BAPTIST (American Baptist Convention) Cherry and Tompkins streets. Malcolm G. Shotwell, pastor. John D. Kern, associate pastor 8:30 and 10:30, Identical serviced of worship in new Chapel; 9:30. church school. | classes for all ages with continuous nursery and kindergar-1 ten care until 11:30. HENDERSON STREE'l BAPTIST (Independent Fundamental) Henderson and North streets. William Thurber, pastor Bible school, 9:30; morning worship, 10:30' evening worship, 7; | midweek service, Wednesday. 750. SECOND BAPTIST 305 S. Cherry St. C. L. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school, 950; morning worship, 10:45: evening service, 750. BIBLE MISSIONARY 1646 Moshler Ave Larry Roberts, pastor. Sunday school. 9 50; morning worship service, 10:30; Young peopled meet 6:48: evangelical service, 750. GRACE EPISCOPAL Prairie and Tompkins streets, George W. DeGraff, rector Memorial | Morning prayer and sermon the first arid third Sundays; Holy Eucharist and sermon second and fourth Sundays. No church school or week events. GVANUJOJCAl. UNITED BRETHREN Dale Catlln, pastor Sunday school, 9:30; worship serv Ice. 8:30 and 10:30. EVANGEL fEMTLE Ira L. Bevard. pastor 62 Illinois Ave. Sunday school, 10: worship, II; evangelistic service, 7:S0. Thurs day. Bible study and prayer, 7 50 GRACE BIBLE 714 E. Fremont St. David Funk, pastor. Bible school, 10; morning worship 11; evening service, 7 W« CHURCH OF GOD 1530 Brown Ave. Ernest Moates, pastor. Sunday school. 10; morning worship, 11; young people's meeting 6:30; evangelistic service, 750 Wednesday, prayer meeting. 7:30; YPE service, 750: junior YPE meets (n small auditorium. services. Wednesday. 750 APOSTOLIC TABERNACLE 662 W. North St. Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD Midweek I 1614 E. Knox St. Henry A. Stamm, pastor. I Sunday school, 9:45: morning wor, ship, 10:48; evening vespers, 7; youth activities, 8:18. Roy Mast, pastor Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; eve ning service, 7: Bible study. 7:46. CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST , ... , 857 W. Berrien St. ednesdav I Sunday school. 10: morning worship. 1150. CATHOLIC CORPUS CHRIST! CATHOLIC Prairie and South streeta. , „ „ u ^ ^ A. B. Curran, pastor; Anthony I Corner KJOOX and Holton streets. TOE ISRAEL OF GOD'S CHURCH THE W.H .A. Lane, J. Callanan, assistants. Sunday Masses, 6. 7. o, a.oi, and 11 Holy days, 6, 7, 8 and 9; evening I Masses, every Wedresday, firs! ( Friday and Holy day at 5:15. IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CATHOLIC At end of North Broad street in school chapel. .1. E. Lohan. pastor; Richard Slavish, Thomas Kimball and William J Stratman, assistants. Sunday Masses at 6, 7, 8, 9, 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. Elder Dewel Taylor, pastor Sunday Mass, 10:30; Sunday school 5; evening worslilp, 6. Friday, Testimonial and prayer service, 7 | CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 360 E_ Ferris St Donald E. Pont, oranch president. Priesthood meeting. b:30; Sunday school, 10; Sacrament service 6:30. Tuesday, Women 's Reliei society, 7:30. Wednesday. MutuaJ Improvement Association. 7 50 Saturday. Primary 10. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER, SAINT PATRICK'S CATHOLIC DAY SAINTS John Horan, pastor: Joseph Mac- 53 N Henderson St Poland, assistant. Thomas Foplett, pastor South Academy and West Third Church school. 9:45; nrvirnin streets. ship, n 5 evening service Sunday Masses, 6, a, 10 and 11 a. m.; ^t&rf M J , . SS f^ e ^°- a,B s m . eXCKe & I UNI VERBALIST-UNITARIAN Saturdays and first Fridav, 5:30 p. m. St. Joseph's Convent, 650 a. m. except Saturday, 1 a. m, CHURCH OF CHRIST 055 Lawrence Ave. Forrest Shaffer, evangelist. Bible study. 9:45; morning worship, 10:45; evening worship, 7:30; Thursday Bible study 750. CHURCH OF CHRIST 1591 E. Losey St Bible study, 10; morning worship, 11; evening service 7 50. FIRST CHRISTIAN James E. Smith, minister North Broad and North streeta. Woman's Club, North Prairie and Fast Grove Streets On vacation until Sept. 8. LUTHERAN FIRST LUTHERAN Seminary and Waters streets. Ordell W Peterson, pastor Robert Kimas, assistant pastor. Worship during August, 9:30; church school during August, 10:15. Nursery provided for small children. Richard Kennedy, Intern. 1'KINITV LUTHERAN Kellogg and Ferris streets. Ralph D Anderson intern. hunday school 050; worship serv-' Worship, 9; Junior church service, ices. 10:45 10:10. (MISSOtTPj SYNOD) Divine s»rvMM, 10 ajS4 §UB0ft» 1372 W rtemont St James Agee, pastor, school and Bible. elastM, 1:48 at! V -ALVARY L .U 1'fUMAM a.m. Holy Communion usually ae • first Sunday ctftM mont*. MtfitHODlSt ALLEN CHAPEL A. at ft. 183 E. Tompkins Si J. w. Cotton, pattot. Sunday school, 5:16; morning worship, 10 :45; Christian Endeavor, 4; evangelistic service 750 supervised nursery during; SMVHN* Midweek prayer and iBlble class Wednesday. 1:30 EMMANUEL METHODIST Kellogg and Waters streets. Ralph H. Dude, pastor Sunday school, 10", morning worship tl: Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:30. FIRS! METHODIST Northwest corner Ketlog* and Ferris streeta Joseph C. Hoffman, pastor; Orin Watson, minister of education. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; pre-school children are cared for in the nursery. tecCOLLUM METHODIST Perry Bishop, pastor Seminary ino Fnnrur «treeta Worship, 0; Sunday school, 10. WESLEY AN METHODIST M. J. Bailie, pastor. 857 N. Farnham St. Sunday school, 9:45: morning worship, 11; evening fellowship hour 1. NAZARENE FIRST CHURCH OT THS NAZARENE Webster and Elm street*. Floyd H. Pounds, pastor. Sunday scnooi, 9 50: morning worship, 10:30; -NYPS 6:18; evangelistic service, 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 50: Missionary meeting first Wednesday of each month. FAITH CHURCH*OF THE NAZARENE Monroe ana jert.aro streeta. Arthur ^urnsidc, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 10:50: NYPS. 6:45: evange- lurUc service, 750. FIRS! CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Hob W. Losey St. Weldon Davis pastor Echoes of Truth over WAIK Sunday at 9. Sunday school at 9:45; worship, 11; Overcomers, 6:15 p m.; evening worship at 7. Bible study and prayer meeting, 7 p. m. Saturday, men's prayer meet ing. Speakers Engaged for BYF Session at Camp Shaubena Golesbura Register-Mail, Golesburg, III. Saturday. Aug. 24, 1963 7 fit ;. t Rev. H. Lawson Smith PENTECOSTAL FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL 719 W. Knox St. D. H. Walker, pastor. Sunday school. 9:45; Praise service 2:30. evangelistic service. 7:30. DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE 260 N. Chambers St. A. D. Snyder, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; evangelistic service, 7:30. Wednesday, midweek service. 750. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 S. Chambers St. Sunday: Public talk. 3: watctatowe: study. 4:15. Thursday Ministry school. 750: service meeting. 850 LIVING WAY BIBLE CENTER 74 S. Seminary St Dorothy O'Connor, Rachel Stroopa, Adelaide Carter evangelists. Sunday school. 10; worship, 11; evening service. 750. Thursday service, 7 50. FOURSQUARE GOSPEL East South and Pearl streeta James Uhler, pastor. Sunday school, d:45; morning worship, 11: Crusaders, 6:30; evangelistic service, 7:30. Wednesday midweek service, 7:30. Saturday men's prayer meeting, 750. PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold St.. (corner of Summit). L. S. Lancaster, pastor Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship. 10:45; Pilgrim vouth service 7; evangelistic service, 7:30 Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 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. unday 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! UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Prairie and Ferris streets Kermit W Petersen and Joseph Boatwright, ministers Church school and worship at 9 during July and August. EW1SH Temple Sholom, Monroe and Wesi North streets. 'Youth's Witness in a World of Crisis" is the topic under discussion by the members and leaders of the Baptist Youth Fellowship of the First Baptist Church as they gather at Camp Shaubena this weekend. The camp theme was introduced Friday evening by the guest missionary, Rev. Robert Coates, American Baptist missionary among the Karen Hill tribes of northern Thailand. The Rev. Mr. Coates attended Knox College, class of 1952, and while in Galesburg was active in the college program at First Baptist. Graduating from Berkley Baptist Divinity School in 1955, he served the Marion Avenue Baptist Church in Aurora from 1955-58. In 1958 he began his missionary ministry, returning to this country in June for his first furlough. In addition to the keynote address last night, the guest missionary is leading an encounter group and speaking for devotional services. He will address the campaign Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, when the closing assembly will be held. Parents of the youth and other members of the church are expected to join the campers for this closing event. The second guest speaker for the camp, Rev. H. Lawson Smith, minister of education at the West Lynchburg Baptist Church rn Lynchburg, Va., delivered an address this morning. Recognized for his outstanding leadership among youth, the Rev. Mr. Smith directs youth programs in Virginia. His training was received at the University of Richmond and Southeastern Baptist Seminary. His address this morning considered ideas for programming a successful youth program in the church. He will deliver the sermon at the service of worship at camp Sunday morning. Additional leadership for the camp is being given by a staff of parents and youth leaders from the local church under the direction of Mrs. Fred Reinschmidt, chairman of youth work, and Rev. Malcolm G. Shotwell, pastor. Rev. Robert Coates Kirkwood Party Tours Iowa Plant KIRKWOOD — Roy Tinkham and sons George and Tom recently toured Wilson's Packing plant at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mrs. Tinkham and Ronnie stayed at Mount Pleasant, where Ronnie participated in the summer counseling program for incoming freshmen. Western Illinois Birth Record ALPHA—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson are parents of a son born Aug. 18 at Mpline Public Hospital. He is welcomed by two brothers and two sisters. TOULON — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sams of Toulon are the parents of a son born Aug. 18 in Kewanee Public Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sams of Toulon are the paternal grandparents. TOULON — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webster of West Jersey are | Mr. and Mrs. David Luper, Mr. Birthdays Celebrated at Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY — A birthday party was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Edna Kreider and Florence celebrating the birthdays of Mary Lou Brown, Aug. 19; Mrs. Kreider, Aug. 20; Jean Curtis, Aug. 21, and Marjorie Curtis, Aug. 31. There was a gilt exchange. Others present were Juanita Boyd, Miss Lucia Turpin, the parents of a daughter born Aug. 19 in Kewanee Public Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Webster of West Jersey are the paternal grandparents. KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. James R. Smith of Burlington, are the parents of a girl born Sunday at Monmouth Hospital. She has been named Lori Ruth. She is welcomed by two brothers, Richard James and Douglas Scott. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. Miles Smith of Kirkwood and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles McVey. BIGGSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Strange ot Kirkwood are the parents of a girl born at the Monmouth Hospital. She has been named Julie Aim. . Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Claybaugh and Mrs. Charles Ross, Mrs. Mary King and Linda Hummer. Prairie City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keener and Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Robinson and Cynthia and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gingerrch and Patricia, Sunday, went to Rock Island, where the three girls enrolled in a 3-week course at the IBM school. They are staying at the Lendahand Club for girls while taking the course. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rose and family attended a reunion of the Hughbanks families Sunday in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kruzan and family are house guests of his mother, Mrs. Nora Kruzan. They arrived Saturday and will and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deisinger of Biggsville are the grandparents. also visit his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kruzan, and family in Avon. They will return the latter part of the week to New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hornbaker and Miss Nancy Emory were Sunday visitors at the Emory Quigle home in LaHarpe. Miss Reta Phillips is visiting relatives in Southern Illinois this week, and Mrs. Emma Buchen will visit among her children while she is gone. Leaves Hospital Wayne Hornbaker arrived home Monday from the Veterans Hospital rn Iowa City, where he had been a patient the past 10 days having checkups. Stomach ulcers were found to be a major part of his trouble and he is on a rigid diet for time being. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and Tamie Sue were supper guests at the Wayne Hornbaker home Monday. Mrs. Brown celebrated her birthday. Guests in the Hornbaker home are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker from Ft. Bliss, Tex. Baker has been a chief warrant officer in the Army for years and is leaving soon for Tormosa, where he will teach Chinese troops in modern warfare. Mrs. Baker will accom- Former Cleric At Oquawka Is Greeted OQUAWKA—Rev. and Mrs. A C. Hickerson and children of Ohio spent several days here in the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Swann and visited other friends. The Rev. Mr. Hickerson served as pastor of the Oquawka church for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borowski and children of Saginaw, Mich, spent a weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall. timothy Reilly of Davenport and Michael Reynolds of Peoria spent several days last week with the former's grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Reilly, and Miss Marguerite Smith. Johnny Stubbs, Harry Parsons, Clyde Chapin and George Tliye have been on a fishing trip to Northern Minnesota. Charles Pruett has returned home from a visit in the home of his uncle, Dale Pruett, and family near Abingdon. Mrs. Amelia Carlstrom of Chicago came Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Thompson. Dr. and Mrs. Elmer T. Swann and their grandchildren, Cynthia and Leonard Burns left for a vacation trip to Wisconsin and other points of interest in the North. Yale and Becky Martin returned home Friday after visiting in the Paul Vice home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vice and family were Friday night supper guests in the Thor Martin home in Stronghurst. Miss Karlene Gullberg received her master of science degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Miss Gullberg is the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gullberg. Miss Gullberg's parents and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Gullberg, Billy, Kim and Jon, attended commencement exercises. Miss Gullberg arrived home Saturday to spend a month's vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pfuehler of Pullman, Wash., plan to spend a 2-week vacation with Mrs. Pfuehler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gullberg. Mrs. Pfuehler is the former Susan Gullberg. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mager and children of Sacramento, Calif., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gullberg. Mrs. Mager is Mrs. Gullberg's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rogers of Waverly, Kan., visited Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newman and Miss Pauline Newman. They were en route home from Detroit, Mich., where they had attended a Chevrolet dealer's convention. Mrs. Rogers is Mrs. Newman's niece. Mrs. Viola Rezner of Kansas City, Mo., spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Carrie Moore. Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Rezner spent Thursday visiting friends and relatives in Monmouth. Mrs. Milford Behrens of Wyanet returned home Saturday after visiting a few days in the home of her parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newman and Miss Pauline Newman. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jay Courtcr of Wyanet visited in the Newman home. They were accompanied to Kirkwood by Miss Pauline Newman and Jimmy and Jane Anne Behrens. Glen Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Smith, has returned from a 10-day trip to the Los Angeles area in California. He left by jet from Chicago and visited the Gerald Lipes family at Bloomington, Calif. Minnesotan Entertained At Yates City YATES CITY - Vernon Nelson of Braham, Minn., who spent two weeks with his brother Elwood and wife in Yates City, was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Nellie Boles of Monmouth spent a couple of weeks with Mr. and Mrs. David Porterfield and attended funeral services for George Sollenberger in Brimfield Sunday afternoon. She was accompanied to Brimfield Sunday morning by Mrs. Harland Sollenberger and Mrs. Dale Sollenber gcr. After the services, Mrs Boles accompanied Mr. and Mrs Lyle Bayles of Monmouth en route to their home, when near the Fiesta Club, they were struck by a car and forced to return to Brimfield, where Mrs. Bayles was taken to Monmouth in an ambulance. Mrs. Bayles suffered shock and was not believed injured. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Richardson and Susan spent a day with Mr. and Mi's. Glenn Carper and Robin Ray in Buda. Mrs. Betty King, Jennifer Lou and Ellery Jr. of Elmwood and the Kenneth Runyon family had dinner Sunday in the Harry Runyon home. Mrs. Larry Windish spent three days in Springfield with Mrs. Danny Thurman and attended the state fair, where her husband had his sheep entered. Mary Ennis of Elmwood spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbm Bliss. Mrs. Jessie Foster and son Bob of Yates City, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Elmer Law of Peoria, returned home Friday after spending their vacation in Sauke Center, Minn., where they did not find fishing so good, and went into Canada and brought home a large number of the finny tribe. George Breckenridge, who had been a surgical patient in a hospital in Houston, Tex., the past few weeks, has returned to his home in Yates City. Confined by Illness Mrs. Mae Woodcock spent a few days in the home of Mrs. B. A. Hill, who is on the sick list and caring for her in the absence of her daughter, Mrs. Frances Pedigo, who spent a few days in Iowa. Mrs. Joe Palmer, Donald and Maridel returned home after spending the past three weeks with relatives in California. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore of Yates City, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Parker of Elmwood, Mrs. Hattie Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Baxter, of Farmington, attended a potluck birthday supper in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Les ter McCann in Trivoli Thursday honoring Mrs. McCann, who celebrated her birthday. flews**. for and aL* omen Appoint Girl Scout Directors The Shabonee Girl Scout Coun cil announces the appointment of Mrs. Frank Schiele, 1063 N. Academy, and Mrs. Ragnar Carlson, 122 Lake St., as neighborhood directors in the Knox County district of the council's jurisdiction. Mrs. Schiele will direct scouting activities in the school districts of Silas Willard, Hitchcock, Bateman, Rose Hoben Welch, Churchill Junior High, Immaculate Heart, and the City of Rio. Mrs. Carlson's area will include the school districts, Nellie Swanson, Allen Park, Grubb, Lombard Junior High, Douglas, Weston and Farnham, and the City of Knoxville. A director for a third neighborhood which includes the school districts of Cooke, Mary Allen West, L. T. Stone, St. Joseph and Corpus Christi will soon be appointed. with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Copeland and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Buchen, Becky, Mary Ann and Dennis were Sunday night guests in Mor nson with the Curtis Westfall pany her husband. She has been \ family. Cindy Westfall came home a government employe for years j with them for a pre-school visit and will work in Formosa. j with her grandmothers, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orwig | Grace Buchen and Mrs. Kathryne were Sunday guests in Moline Westfall. Larchland News Briefs LARCHLAND - Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Miller and children from Doniphan, Mo., visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bass. Miller is a brother of Mrs. Bass. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Ray and children of Madison, Wis., have been visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Mr. and Mrs. George Rader were guests on Friday at a cookout in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Clark in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carlson and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson were dinner guests on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Eyler of northwest of Monmouth. Mrs. Lillie Davis attended a farewell dinner on Sunday in the home of Mrs. Pearl Fillman at Monmouth for the Prendergast family of Stronghurst, who are soon leaving to make their home in Colorado Springs, Colo. Damage Action Is Filed in Henry County CAMBRIDGE—A two-count action, seeking a total of $40,000 in damages, has been filed in Henry County Circuit Court. Plaintiffs were Eleanor and Sherman Swanson of Lynn Center, with John Leaf of Andover, Vera and Russell Vincent, both of Cambridge, and Dale E. Arnold as defendants. Eleanor Swanson stated in the complaint that she was a passenger, Aug. 22, 1961, about 5 p. m., in a car driven by Leaf and owned by the Vincents, which was traveling east and approaching the Old Orion Road, about IV2 miles north of Lynn Center. The car, she said, was involved in a collision at the intersection with a pickup truck which Arnold was H-jving south on Old Orion j Road. Judgment of $30,000 was sought in Count I, while Sherman Swanson, in Count II, sought $10,000 judgment and demanded a jury trial. Arizonians Are Greeted At Cameron CAMERON—Mr. and Mrs. Bert Johnson of Chandler, Ariz., are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dunbar and family. Mrs. Mary Mackey has returned to her home near Berwick from the Monmouth Hospital, where she was a patient. The Curtis cluldren returned home from Chicago after spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benie Mayers. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Watts, Doug and Lisa of Burlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Watts of Salem, Iowa, were supper guests in the Don Walters home. Krist and Robin Walters of Lincoln, Neb., are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Walters, Krist, Robin, Linda and Carlyn Walters attended the wedding of Ronald Walters at Oak Lawn near Chicago Aug. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Youngquist and frank were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kirby of Berwick. Mrs. Pearl Pierce, Mrs. Ralph Meadows and Miss Kathy Meadows of California recently called on Mrs. Fred Dollinger. Miss Jenkins- (Continued from page 3) cal solos by Miss Murial Shields Kelly and organ music by Miss Carol Crumrine, graduate student in organ at Syracuse University. The bride's father read, as part of the marriage ceremony, "Wedding Day Counsel for Bride and Groom," a poem he composed. Maid of honor, Miss Nancy Bohl of Colorado Springs, Colo., and bridesmaid, Miss Vivien Krasner of Syracuse, were in dresses of pink eyelet with bouffant skirts. Illusion veils were attached by pink eyelet bows. Each carried nosegays of white mums and stephanotis with pink tea roses. Is Best Man Rev. Samuel Moore of West Virginia was best man. Guests were seated by the bridegroom's cousins, Dale Henderson and Peter Beck, both of Royal Oak, Dennis Orr of Lansing and Bruce Read of Grand Rapids. A reception in the church social hall preceded the couple's departure for a Northern Michigan honeymoon. They live in Stamford, Conn., where the bridegroom works for the engineering firm of Crawford and Russell, Inc. The bride, a 1962 graduate of Oberlin College, Ohio, holds degrees in liberal arts and music education. She studied for a year at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria, and has been teaching in Beaver Falls, N. Y. Her husband is a graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buchanan. Family En Route- To North Henderson In Car Accident NORTH HENDERSON - A family recently en route from San Jose, Calif., to North Henderson, was involved in an auto accident at Council Bluffs, Iowa. They are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Swanson and 1-year-old son Mike, the latter being hospitalized briefly for treatment of injuries. Their car was demolished. Swanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson of North Henderson, motored to Council Bluffs to return the family here. Mike Swanson was discharged from the armed forces at San Jose. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS 1 The pepperidge tree is a large tree whose leaves turn a beautiful sold at scarlet in early fall. The "spear" side of the family is the male line. Royal China Hot Seller CAPETOWN, South Africa (AP)—Ardent South African Republicans have been snapping up choice pieces of royal china which has been sold with the permission of Britain's Queen Elizabeth. The china—17,000 pieces of it, each bearing the royal crest- was withdrawn from use in official residences when South Africa became a republic in 1961. When it was decided to dispose of it, the Queen's permission was sought through the South African ambassador in London. The Queen agreed on condition that the collection was sold privately. A dining hall in the old Union Hotel in Capetown was converted for the private sale and more than 100 groups of china, ranging from plates of all sizes to finger bowls, were displayed. Buyers included a steady stream of cabinet ministers, senators, MPs, heads of government departments and Parliamentary officials. Several thousand pieces were sent to museums throughout South Africa. The pieces, some of them more than 150 years old, were sold at their original value. A public works official who cataloged the china, said: j "I would place its value at 1 40,000 rands ($56,000) but if it \ was sold on the open market it could fetch a few hundred thousand rands. Magnificent soup toureens were 7.40 lands • $10 3U> and paper-thin china cups were priced at 70 cents (about $1>. Gamma Chi Has Steak Fry Members of Gamma Chi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority met Thursday evening for a steak fry at Lake Storey with their husbands as guests. Mrs. Gail Savidge was nominated as Gamma Chi's candidate for the election for the state's outstanding girl of the year. The award will be made during the ESA state convention to be in Galesburg, Oct. 11, 12, 13. Committee for the steak fry included Mrs. William Morgan, chairman, Mrs. Lloyd Hayes, Mrs. Marvin Scott, Mrs. Donald Stansell, Mrs. Leroy Markham, Mrs. William Wise and Mrs. Jack Anderson. Tornquist Kin Hold Reunion NORTH HENDERSON—A total of 62 persons attended the Tornquist reunion held recently at Lake Storey. Richard Tornquist was elected president; Harold Tornquist, vice president, and Mrs. Robert Hill, secretary. Mrs. Ila Ashley and Mrs. Clarence Clair were named to the coffee committee and Ed Tornquist and Clarence Clair to the table committee. The next reunion will be held the third Sunday in August, 1964 at Long View Park at Rock Island. Ed Tornquist of Minneapolis and William Tornquist and son John of Tucson, Ariz., came the greatest distance. Several relatives from North Henderson attended the reunion. ENDURING STRENGTH IS CHRIST'S GIFT TO YOU His divine power fortifies your life ... His matchless love is your endowment of strength. ^ READ THE WANT ADS! 9:30 Sunday School Elmer Howard, Supt. 10:30 Morning Worship 7:(W Evening Service Come to: Galesburg's Friendliest Church BAPTIST COS. NORTH AND HENDERSON STS.I Rev. William Thjrber, Pastor

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