Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 7, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 7, 1963
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FROSH INITIATION - A Galva High School freshman student, garbed as an Indian, goes through paces in initiation ceremony at school Friday. The freshmen were required to perform various tasks at the command of upperclassmcn. GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St. Phone WE 2-2658 School Groups Elect Officers GALVA — Election tf officers of the Galva High School freshman class was held Friday. Cindy Miller was named president; Sue Raley, vice president and Gail Rosenow, secretary-treasurer. Tryouts also were held for B squad cheerleaders with Beverly Hay, Mary Ausich, LeAnn Murray, Christy Huber and Jan Gathmann being elected for the following season. Members of the PTA met Wednesday night at the F. U. White School and elected officers. Dale Whitman was named president; Rai Mason Smith, /ice president; Mrs. Lester Ouart, secretary, and Mrs. Ronald Conner, treasurer. Plans for the 1963-64 school year were discussed, and a reception and social hour was held for the new teachers of District 224. Set Calhoun Session Th. annual meeting of the members of Lake Calhoun Association will be held at the club house Tuesday at 8 p.m. Thep ur- pose of the meeting will be to RIB SHACK North on Route ISO Ribi, Beef, Chicken. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pizza, Sand- wichei. Air Conditioned For carry out lervlce Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. read reports for the past year ending July 31, and to elect five directors. Open House Planned For Missionary The WSCS of the Grace Methodist Church held its first meeting of 1963 Friday at the church, with 40 members present. Miss Ellen Malm presented the prayer, and an invitation was read of the open house Sept. 29 at Langley- ville for Miss Zoe King, a missionary 35 years. The fall Galesburg District meetings will be held at Macomb Oct. 3; Knoxville Oct. 4 and Rock Island Oct. 11. The first overseas clothing drive of the church will be held Nov. .5. Articles are to be left at the home of Mrs. Milo Goodale. Mrs. Emma Morris, missionary education secretary, was the leader of lesson, "Witness Through Service." Assisting readers were Mrs. Spencer Medley, Mrs. lone Johnson, and Mrs. Emery Norvell. Hostesses were Mrs. Forrest Stevens, Mrs. Conrad Berg, Mrs. Arland Berg, Mrs. Lyle Lindbloom and Mrs. Walter-- Annis. Most of the 307,000 residents of Zanzibar earn their living picking and processing the unopened aromatic flower buds of the clove tree. The buds, when dried, become the familiar kitchen spice. THE Custer Inn Hotel WILL BE SERVING Candlelight BUFFET DINNER Starting Every Sat. Evening SEPT. 7 $^00 PER PERSON From 5 P.M. Until 9 P.M. GUEST NIGHT $1 BUYS YOUR GUESTS' DINNER MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 :f.ff.».M.».M.t.T.t t |.M,».f.f.t.rt.w..„. VALUABLE COUPON ' Thii oMar good Monday, Sept. 9, Only Buy any priced dinner at regular price and your guest may receive a meal of equal value or less for only $1.00 by presenting this coupon. HARBOR LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB Gua«t Nile Coupon Party Buffets served to groups of 25 or more with reservation. Phone 342-4517 Harbor Lights SUPPER CLUB Route 150 North — "On the Strip" BUSHNELL. Cotf«tt>oiHttt! >». Barnard IfUlhAM 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 Bushnell Show Draws 500 BUSHNELL—-Tex Hitter, western motion picture star, was the featured attraction during the Bushnell Town and Country Festival activities Friday at East Side Park. Some 500 persons turned out for the festivities. Ritter sang, accompanied by several musicians, and told some jokes. He presented programs in the afternoon and evening Today, the final day of the festival, a needle show and soapbox derby were held in the afternoon. There will be a water fight tonight at West Side Park, sponsored by the Bushnell Fire Department. Other activities include a pork chop review during which trained pigs will perform, and a hog auction at 7 p.m. The review and auction will be held at East Side Park. The festival will be concluded with a street dance at 10. Young Americans For Freedom Meet At Bushnell Hall McDonough Chapter of Young Americans for Freedom held an ope:, house Tuesday at the old VFW hall in Bushnell. Guests were shown the officials YAF film, "A Generation Awakes," which is the story of the growth of conservatism among the nation's youth. Vice Chairman Eugene Hoffman answered questions about the organization which is dedicated to the growth of "conservative" politics and economics in the United States. New officers elected were Hoffman, chairman, Ted Williamson, vice chairman and Terry Ross, secretary-treasurer. Hoffman is a Western Illinois University student, Williamson a theater manager and Ross a high school student. Young Americans for Freedom is the nation's leading organization for conservative youth, founded in Sharon, Conn., in 1960. It now has 320 college, high school and community chapters across the nation. Bushnell Churches Arrange Schedules Pastors of Bushnell churches have announced Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Methodist— Henry L. Cox, pastor. Sunday church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m.; sermon, "Our Witness Today." Junior MYF at the church 5 to 7 p.m. Senior MYF potluck party at the Mississippi River 2 to 8 p.m. Monday commission on education will hold a tea at the church for all Sunday school teachers 7:30 p.m. A film will be shown on the new teaching materials. Tuesday WCTU will meet in the church 2 p.m. Christian Links class will hold a meeting in the church 7:30 p.m.; Boy Scouts 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday Methodist Men will meet at the church 7:30 p.m. First United Presbyterian — Ralph W. Adamson, minister. Sunday church school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Monday trustees will meet 7:30 p.m.; session will meet 8 p.m. Monmouth Presbytery will meet in Bushnell church Sept. 17, 4 p.m. Assembly of God — Robert Rutledge, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Christ Ambassadors 6:30 p.m. Worship service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday women's prayer 5:45 a.m. Thursday personal evangelism 7:30 p.m. First Baptist — Harry Litzenberg, pastor. Sunday — Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Worship service 10:45 a.m.; sermon, "Work of Faith." Junior BYF 6 p.m. Senior BYF 6:30 p.m. Service 7:30 p.m.; sermon, "A Bad Bargain." Monday—Cottage prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. Louise Alden 2 p.m. Salem Association midyear meeting at Carthage 6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Prayer meeting at the home of Dr. Henry Graber 6 pm. Cottage prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. Helen Snyder 2 p.m. Wednesday — Cottage prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. Willa Fowler 2 p.m. Thursday — Cottage prayer $1 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK EIDORA'S Smorgasbord .00 ON SUNDAY 10 different »alad», 3 different iruau, vegetable* sad relifbes. fish on friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to 8 F.M. Every Day — Open Sunday AUo serving B.B.Q. Ribs and Chicken. Sandwiches. Call 343-9440-413 N. Seminary meeting at the home of Mrs. Bertha Silberer 2 p.m. Upstreamers class meeting at the home of Mrs. Mildred Winget 2 p.m. Deaconesses meeting 7 p.m. Business meeting 7:15 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible study 7:30 p.m. Friday — Cottage prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Nelson 2 p.m. Willing Helpers class meeting at the home of Mrs. Edna Cooper 2 p.m. Saturday — Senior BYF car wash at the church 9 to 6 p.m. Fareivell Held At Viola Meet VIOLA - The Park United Presbyterian Women's Guild met Tuesday at the church with the president, Mrs. Virginia Noyd, presiding and the program and Bible study on "One PeoplQ of God," in charge of Mrs. Maurice Young. The annual praise day service will be held in October. The Guild will serve the September dinner meeting of the Viola Boosters Association. A farewell party was held for two members, Mrs. Evelyn Young, who is moving to New Windsor, and Mrs. Gladys Tomlinson, who recently moved to Monmouth. A monetary gift was presented to each. Guests were Mrs. Jane Davis of Akron, Ohio, who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank McLean, and Miss Lillian Bissell, of Plainfield, N. J., a former member of the church. Keithsburg Grads Earn AF Wings KEITHSBURG - Mr. and Mrs. John Willman of Keithsburg received word that their son, Gary L. Willman, second lieutenant, has been awarded the silver wings of the Air Force following his graduation from navigator training at the James Connnlly AFB in Texas. He was assigned to Travis AFB, California for duty. He is a graduate of the Keithsburg High School, received his BA degree from Monmouth College and was commissioned in 1962 on completion of officer training school at Lackland AFB in Texas. His wife and family live in Monmouth*. The Keithsburg Civic Club will hold iii annual fall flower show Sept. 10 at the clubrooms. There will be five different arrangements of flowers and prizes. Mrs. Alfred Norris and Mrs. H. O. Vancil will have charge. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCaw and Ellen, who have spent the past two weeks in Riverside, Calif, with their son Alden McCaw and family, returned home Sunday. Mrs. Verna Louck spent the weekend in Oquawka with her brother Clifford Essex and family- Maj. and Mrs. True LeMon and family of Ft. Riley, Kan., spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. Blanche LeMon. and they all accompanied by L. Frick went to Washington, Iowa, Sunday and visited Mrs. Ethel Wanerus. Mr. and Mrs. James Hollinrakc Tuesday went to Iowa City where Mrs. Hollinrake entered the University Hospital and submitted to surgery Wednesday. The Christian Women Fellowship Society of the Christian Church held a meeting with Mrs. Harley McLaughlin Tuesday. Golesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, Saturday, Sept. 7, 1963 5 SOONS^^SUCJSOON 55 DAYS OF TITANIC ADVENTURE! FLAMING ACTION! EXOTIC PASSIONS! "A SMASH! A KNOCKOUT!" says columnist HEDDA HOPPER SAMUEL BRONSTON .oreMtitt 55 DAYS AT PIKING SUPER- TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR flORA R0BS0N • JOHN MEUND • HARRY ANDREWS • LEO GENN • ROBERT HEEPM/WN • KURT KASZNAR PAUL IUKAS • ELIZABETH SELLARS • JACQUES SERNAS - JEROME THOR-.,»«rOIMITRI TI0MKIN ""M PHILIP YORDAN .BERNARD GORDON • T8SKVENIER0 COLASANTUJOHN MOORE .«NICHOLAS RAY- »nSAMUEL BRONSTON • «.™m. ..ALLIED ARTISTS RT. 34 WEST • OPEN 7:00 — SHOW AT DUSK • LAST TIMES TONIGHT GALESBURG _ NEVER BEFORE ON ONE SCREEN n 2 SUCH SENSATIONAL SHOCKERS 2 SHOWING BEAST, STARTS TOMORROW for 3 DAYS This, in its own terrifying way, is a love story! jacK lemmon ano tee RemiCK "pars of wine ano noses" THE PICTURE THAT'S* RAISING THE ROOF! HENRYFONDA CHARLES LAUGHTON DON MURRAY&WALTER P1DGE0N PETER LAWFORD # GENE TIERNEY FRANCHOTTONE ft LEW AYRE8 VISE BURGESS MEREDITH riNCFNT EDDIE HODGES ft PAULFORD rinimiiiil GEORGE GRIZZARD 1111111111111 INGA SWENS0N HOSPITAL NOTES Col tug A ADMISSIONS rmoxv Mrs Josephine Rungc, 325 N. rr;ilrir S(. Mrs. Jnv M. McKlvnin Bmhnell, JnVm Schlster. Hcrwlek nmiRkis E. St.imbmigh, Abingflon. Mrs. r,. June Miles, Gnleshurg Ronfc 2. Mrs. niliie J. Snider. Trivntl. Clarissa K. Conn, BIM E. Berrien St.. Mrs. Mvrle \V. German Zfi.'i Silver St. Rebecca A. Klnnev. 1250 Clark St. Dale I. Smith, Sflfl D.iv St DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Mary A. Lukens, 812 Avenue B. John Cravcr, London Mills. Andrew R. Sloan, St. Augustine, Mrs. Mercedes D. Cabrera and baby. 000 Pine St. John H. Roy, 553 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Emma Hulick, 774 N. Broad St. Flovd O. Flllman, 1081 Brown Ave. Mrs. Velma C. Kemper. Canton. St. Mary 's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Mrs Lester W. T. Mlxnn. 11:11 S. West St. Mrs. John L. Rogers. 48fi E. Second St. Eldon L. Martin, 1:1.17 N Broad St. Lvle B. Custer, Abingdon. Louis J. Smith, WataRa. Leonard H. Grupe, Galesburg Route .1. Buell O. Mack, Berwick, Mrs. Serena Brltfon. 701 Abingdon. Mrs. Leo H. Fitch, 074 S. Cedar St. Ann Marie Frifrel, 400 W, Second St. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Hope L. B.ihh, \f>~,S Robertson Ave. Mrs Walter R. Bradbury. Knoxville Miss Rubv Alexander, Galenhurg ItiMitr .1 Donald L. Franklin. Abingdon. Mrs. Charles R. Hoelscher, 1228 E. Main St. Mrs. Charles F. Hook. Alexis. Mrs. John W. Lnswell. 343 E. Third St. Mrs. Louis Ormfl, Galesburg Route I. Robert F, Reed, Davenport. Dean D. Robertson, Shaw's Trailer Ct. Miss Karen E. Shepherd, R4t Grepnloaf St. Ben Vericella, 818 Olive St. Mrs. Roland W. Wynkoop, Abingdon. Helen A. Yelton, Broadview Hotel James Wilson. America's first Klohp maker, lived to he !V2. lie spent his last years building a planetarium which, by cranking, showed the earth revolving mound the sun. Movie Calendar SATURDAY-SUNDAY, SEPT. ORPHEUM: "Don't Give Up Ship." 1:30, 4:30 and 8:1.1 V "Rock a Bye Baby," 2:3.1, and 9:40 p. m. WEST: "Corridors of Blood,' 4:55 and 3:05 In a Glrl.'s flto and 0:30 p. m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 DRIVE IN: "RepMllcu.v" 7:43; "Voodoo Village;' 0:13; "Girls of the Night," 10:30. One complete showing nightly. M the . m.: 8:20 »ou, 1:43, p. m.: "Werewolf Dormitory," 2:30, Ole Amigos for South of the Border cuisine Try John and Sally's Little ACAPULCO MEXICAN RESTAURANT NOW OPEN 403 S. Chambers St. GALESBURCf Free coffee and candy for the kiddles Cnrryntit* — .112-1594 COMFORTABLY COOL •BY' UWIS fiaUH By B» IftIS CWstM b, mK U<Hi« mini-v"Jr% • {'•« r ^f«4'«-. *«JV*m PSUCN AWES Ivi D (War*, * Ha Ca* Sertf mtrt WMRiN M -AMW CAHH AFMAWLWSUOSE "SHIP" At . . . 1:30 • 4:50 • 8:15 "BABY" At . 2:55 - 6:20 - 9:40 COMFORTABLY COOL "BLOOD" at 1:45 - 4:50 and 8:05 "WEREWOLF" at 3:30 • 6:40 and 9:50

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