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SEVENTH DAY ADVENT!*t J47 Biaint Av«i M Mtmpton wtuta. pastor Services Saturday SaD^atb school 8:30: oreaehiftfi 11 CALVARY UHURCH—ASSEMBLY OF GOD t66 ft. South St. H J Waterman It., oattot iunday school 10; rnornifif wot ship, 9; YJP. 6:30*, evening services 7:30. BAVTlHt ALLEN PARK BAF11HX Al/iliated with Southern Bftptlsi Convention. Kenneth V Howeu Dastot 1701 Mulberry St. Bible school, 9:45; worship service 10:48; B.T.l).. 8:30, evening serv lei. 7 JO. BETHAN* BAPTIST (Associated with O.A.R.B.C.). Dr. Paul TasseU. eastor 873 E. Simmons St. Sunday school 9:48; morning service, 10:85; evenine service, 1; Youth Fellowship, o: midweek Bible study end prayer. Wednesday. 1d0. BETHEL BAPTIST Donald G Peterson pastor llOfl N Aeademv St Bible School, 9:30; worship, 10:30; evening gospel service 7. Post highs and seniors at 8 Ju. BETHESDA BAPTIST Whitesboro street and Grand eve nue Robert A. Morgan. Sunday school, 9:4V, morning worship," 11; midweek Wednesday, 730. service BIBLE BAPTIST Clifford Dartt, pastor. ^ Corner oi Brooks and Lombard street*. _ Sunday school, 10; morning wor ship, 11, gospel preaching; evening service, 730; Bible study Wednesday. 730. FIRST BAPTIST (American Baptist Convention) Cherry and Tompklna streets Malcolm G. Shotwell, pastor. John D. Kern, associate pastor 8:30 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 STREKT BAPTIST (Independent Fundamental) Henderson and North street*. William Tburber. oaator. Bible school 9:30; morning worship 10:30' evening worship, 7; midweek service. Wednesday. 730 SECOND BAPTIST 805 S, Cherry St C. L. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; mornln.T worship. 10:45: evening service. 730. BIBLfc MISSIONARY 1646 Moshter Ave Larry Roberts, pastor. Sunday school. 9:30; morning worship service, 10:30; Young peo- R le's meet. 6:45; evangelical serv- :e. 730. GRACE BIBLE 714 E. Fremont St. David Funk, pastor. Bible school, 10; morning worship 11; evenine service, 7. Midweek services. Wednesday 730 APOSTOLIC TABERNACLE 562 W. North St. Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. Roy Mast, pastor. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; evening service. 7 30. Wednesday BibTe study. 7:45. CATHOLIC CORPUS CHRIST1 CATHOLIC Prairie and South streets A B. Curran. pastor: Anthony Lane, J. Callanan, assistants. Sunday Masses, 6. 7. a, 9.iu and 11 Holy days, 6, 7. 8 and 9; evening Masses, every Wedresday, first Friday and Holy day at 5:1ft IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CATHOLIC At end of North Broad street in school chapel. J. 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 530 on Holy Days and first Fridays. SAIN1 PATRICK'S CATHOLIC John Horan, pastor; Joseph Mac- Poland, assistant South Academy and West Third streets. Sunday Masses, 0, 8, 10 and 11 a. m.; dally Masses, 8:30 a. m. except Saturdays and first Friday 5:30 p m. St. Joseph's Convent. 6 30 a. m. except Saturday, 7 am. CHURCH OP CHRIST 055 Lawrence Ave. Forrest Shaffer, evangelist. Bihlp Tturtv 9:45: mornin* worship 10:45; evening worship, 730: Thursday Bible study 730. CHURCH OH CHRIST 1591 E. Lose? St Bible study 10: morning worship 11: evening service 7 30 FIRS'l CHRISTIAN James E Smith minister North Brnari and North streets Sundav school. 930: worship services 10 45 DIRECTORY of QALESBURQ CHURCHES ADVENT CHRISTIAN Donald Mace, pastor 1673 N. Seminary St Sunday school, 9:48; worship, 11; evening service, 7. Wednesday prayer service. 130. FIRST CHURCH Of CHRIST SCIENTIST Broad and Loeey streets. Sunday school and services 11; Wednesday. 8. Reading room 66 S Prairie St. COVEN AN'l Dayton and Jefferson streets. G. Harold Ahlberg onstor Sunday school, 0; worshij, 10; eve nlng services, 7. CONGREGATIONAL CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL W. T. Llppert, minister. Southwest corner of Public Square. Church school (nursery through junior department) and worshij at 10. UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, EAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL Main and Whitesboro streets. Leon WllbJte, minister. CMircb school. 9:45: worship serv< ices. 11. GRACE EPISCOPAL Prairie and Tompkins streets. George W. DeGraff, rector. Sunday services at 7:30, 9 and 11. Church school at 9. Wednesdays and holy days, morning prayer and Holy Eucharist, 10, or as otherwise announced. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN Dale Catlln pastor Sunday school, 9:30; worship service. 8:30 and 10:30 EVANGEL 1'EMTLE Ira L. Bevard. Daitor 62 Illinois Ave. Sunday school, 10; worship. 11; evangelistic service, f:ao. Thursday. Bible study and prayer. 730 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 prayer meeting 730; VPE service, 7:30: lunlor meets In small auditorium. ypE FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 1614 E. Knox St. Henry A Stamm, paetor 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 worship. 11.30 THE ISRAEL OF GOD'S CHURCH THE W.H.A Corner Knox and Holton streets. Elder Dewei Taylor, pastor Sunday Mass. 10:30; Sunday school. 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, Dranch president. Priesthood meeting. 8 30: Sunday school. 10: Sacrament service 8:30 Tuesday. Women's Relief society, 7:30 Wednesday Mutual Improvement Association 7 30 Saturday Primary 10 RKORGAN1ZED CHURCH OF JE6US CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS 53 N Henderson St Thomas Poplett, pastor. Church school 9-45: m >rnlng worship. 11: evening service 7 UNI V ERSAL1ST- UNITARIAN Woman's Club, North Prairie and ^nst Grove Streets On vacation until Sept. 8. LUTHEHAN 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. TRINITY LUTHERAN Kellocg nnd Herri's streets Ralph D Anderson intern Worship 9: lunior church service, 10:10. (MISSOURI SYNOD)... ,„ MT CALVARY LUTHERAN 1372 W. Fremont St. James Agee, pastor. Two morning church services, 8 and 10:30. Sunday school 9:15. Evening service fast Sunday of the month at 7:30. Holy Corn, munlon first Sunday oj the month at 8. second Sunday at 10:30 and last Sunday at 7:30. MfcTHOUlBT ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. S. 153 ft. Tompkins St. J. W. Cotton, pastor _ Sunday school. 9:16; morning wot- •hip' 10:#»; ChrHtfan Endeavor •: evangelistic servic*. 1*> tugit- during. Midweek I**?** and Bible class vised nursery Midweek Wednesday EMMANUEL METHODIST Kellogg and Waters streets Ralph H. Dtide pastor Sunday school, 10; morning worship. 11: Methodist Youth Fellowship, 830. FIRST METHODIST Northwest comer Kellogg Ferris streets. and Joseph C. Hoffman, pastor; Orin Watson, minister of education. Sunday school, 9:48; two worship services at 8:45 and 11. focCULLUM VSKTHOUIST Perry Bishop, pastor. Seminary ana Fourth streets Worship, 9; Sunday school, 10. WESLEY AM METHODIST M. 3. Bailie, pastor. 887 N. rarnham St. Sunday sehooi, 9:48: morning worship, 11; evening fellowship hour, 7. FIRST CHURCH OF THS NAZARENE Webster and Elm streets. Floyd H. Pounds, pastor. Sunday school, 930: morning worship, 1030; NYPS 8:15; evangelistic ser/ice, 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7 30: Missionary meeting first Wednesday of each month. FAITH CHURCH O* THE NAZARENE Monroe and bert.aro streets. Arthur Rurnsido, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 10:50; NYPS. 6:48: evangelistic service, 730. b'lHST CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE «J6 w. Losey St. Weldon Davlf 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 meeting. PfcM l '£COSTJiL FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL 719 W Knox St D. H. Walker pastor Sunday school, 9:45; Praise service 2 30. evangelistic service. 730. DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE 260 N. Chambers St. A. D. Snyder, pastor. Sunday school, 9:48; worship, 11: evangelistic service, 7:30. Wednesday, midweek service. 730. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 S. Chambers St Sunday: Public talk 8: watchtowei study. 4:15. Thursday Ministry school. 730: service meeting 830 LIVING WAY BIBLE CENTER 74 S. Seminary St Dorothy O'Connor, Rachel Stroops. Adelaide Carter evangelists Sunday school. 10; worsaip. 11; evening service. 730 Thursday service. 7 30. FOURSQUARE GOSPEL East South and Pearl streets James Uhler, pastor Sunday school, 3:45; morning worship, 11; Crusaders. 830: evangelistic service. 7.-30. Wednesday midweek service 7:30. Saturday men's prayer meeting. 730 PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold St icomM- of Summit) J. S. Weeldon, pastor. Sunday school. »45. morning worship 10:45: Pilgrim vouth service 7: evangelistic service 730 Prayer meeting Wednesday 730 RESCUE MISSION 66 Public Squar* Sylvester Sanford. religious director. Meetings each evening at 130 Hl-ee 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 Ladles Home League Thursday at 1:30 FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Prnirie and Ferris streets. Kermit W. Petersen and Joseph Boatwright, ministers. Church school, 9:30; worship, 11. Golesburg Register-Moit, Gqlesburg, 111. Sofurday, Sept. 7, 1963 7 _ 8th Birthday Celebrated at rrtr INSTITUTE LEADERS-Participants in the Institute of Christian Service, sponsored by the Galesburg Council of Churches, discuss class arrangements. They arc, left to right, Rev. James E. Smith, pastor of First Christian Church; Miss Frances Brockley, of First Christian Church; Dr. Kermit W. Petersen, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church; Rev. O. D. Watson, minister of education of First Methodist Church: Mrs. F, Gordon lirhronts, Trinity, and Rev. Malcolm Shotwell, pastor of First Haptist Church. The Institute will be held at First Methodist Sept. 10, 17 and 24. Council of Churches to Sponsor 14th Institute Galesburg Council of Churches has announced that the 14th annual Institute of Christian Service will be held on successive Tuesday evenings, Sept. 10, 17 and 24 from 7:30 to 9:45 p.m. at First Methodist Church. Theme of this year's institute is "The Christian and His Gospel," and the courses will deal with personal problems which must be faced by both young people and adults. The institute is open to everyone in the community, and classes will be taught by the largest staff of teachers to participate in any of the institutes. Those interested may register with any Galesburg church or with the registrar of the institute on the opening night of the sessions. Participants will be charged a fee for the three sessions to enable the council to defray expenses of the institute. Each person may enroll for only one course, for which class sessions will be held JEWISH Temnle Shoiom North streets. Monroe and Wes' Gerlaiv Tots Honored on Birthdays GERLAW—Timmy Hennenfent was 2 Aug. 25 and to celebrate it his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hennenfent were hosts at a party for him. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hennenfent, Tim's grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Plenry Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McKay, Dick and Gary and Donny, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson and Linda ol Biggsville. Timmy received many gifts. Ricky Winbigler observed his ninth birthday and his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery and Doug were dinner guests of Rick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler. Ricky received several gifts. Gerlaw News Notes Recent guests of Mrs. Doris Johnson and mother, Mrs. Ruhr, were Mrs. Fred Miller and Mrs. Bill Bley of Bcardstown ami Mr. B THE BIBLE K | SPEAKS ( • TO YOU • mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*r~~*** SUNDAY - 7:45 AM WGIl - 1400 kc This Week's Christina SHnu-e Piapum "No Kcasou For F.uvy" and Mrs. Wayne Meadows of Gerlaw. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Terpening of Monmouth were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Terpening and Sandra. They called in the afternoon at the Rolland Terpening home at Larchland. Louis Hood of Viola was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood. Mrs. Jessie Hood has returned home from the Monmouth Hospital. Attending the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boock. They visited Wataga Ffireivell Honors Johnson WATAGA--A farewell reception for Berkley Johnson, vice chairman of the Church Council of Faith Lutheran Church, was held recently. Johnson was vice chairman of the council for the past two years. Tin) Johnsons left this week to make their home in Kansas City, Mo. Rev. Arne Peterson gave devotions; Rose Marie Holmes, piano solo; Mrs. DeWayne Holmes, original i>oem, and Nancy Holmes, vocal solo. Roger Wenstrom, on behalf of the council and mem- her* uf the congregation, presented the honored guests with a gift for their new home. points of interest at Newton, Iowa, Amana Colony and Herbert Hoover's birthplace at West Branch, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery and Doug were recent dinner guests of the William McCrery's at Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Larson celebrated their wedding anniversary Aug. 25 and they were guests of Mrs. Ingeborg Galusha at dinner at the Oaks in Milan. Dinner guests last Aug. 30 of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lantz of Larchland. Recent visitors of Mrs. Doris Johnson and mother were their brother and son Irvin Rohr and wife of Tucson, Ariz, and their grandsons, Wayne and Ronnie Rohr of Chicago. The boys had spent the summer in Tucson and were en route home. Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery and Doug were recent dinner guests of the Robert Brownlees at Norwood. Rev. Louis A. Brighton Now You Know By United Press International The world's first woman prime minister is Sirimavo R. D. Ban- daranaike of Ceylon, according to the National Georgraphic Magazine. READ THE WANT ADS! CalvaryLutheran To Celebrate 25th Ann i versa ry Mount Calvary Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), 1372 W. Fremont St., will celebrate its 25th anniversary this Sunday. Rev. Louis A. Brighton, son of Rev. L. F. Brighton, who was a former pastor of the church from 1943 to 1952, will be the featured speaker at the 8 and 10:30 a.m. services. His topic will be "Thanksgiving for the Truth." The Rev. Mr. Brighton graduated from the St. Louis Seminary in 1952 and has served congregations in London, England, and Decatur. Mount Calvary Lutheran Church has a rather unusual history. An- newalt & Lawrence's Galesburg Directory of 1867 listed the following: German Evangelical Lutheran Church (Unaltered Augsburg Confession), Organized 1863, situated on the north side of Tompkins between Kellogg and Seminary, Rev. Gotthold Gruber, pastor. In 1882 the Galesburg Republican-Register noted the dedication of the new church with Prof. Snyder of Watertown, Wis., preaching. In 1918 this church then called St. John's Lutheran Church of the Missouri Synod was sold to P. & M. automobile dealers because many of the members left Galesburg. The old building was demolished in 1948 and is now the site of P. & M. automobile dealers. Most of the remaining members joined Trinity and First Lutheran churches in Galesburg in 1918. Dream of Church Some had not lost the dream of having a Missouri-Synod Lutheran Church in Galesburg and so as a result of this dream Calvary Lutheran Church was organized in 1938 and called its first pastor, Rev. Frank Schiltz. In 1939 a church was built and dedicated at Brooks and Lombard streets. The members had been holding services in a house at 676 Lombard St. In 1943 after Rev. Louis F. Brighton was called to serve the church a parsonage was purchased at 127 Division St. Disaster struck the struggling church July 1948 when a fire destroyed the front part of the church building. Through community assistance, the church was repaired. In 1952, when Rev. Mr. Brighton went to Pennsylvania, Rev. Arthur Schornack of Coal Valley was called and served until 1958. With the corning of the Rev. Walter Hintz in 1958, the congregation felt the need to expand its facilities. Property was purchased in the northwest end of town at 1372 W. Fremont St. and subsequently the present building was finished and dedicated. The church today has a total of 278 baptized members and worships in a spacious new stone church. The present pastor, the Rev. James L. Agee. a newcomer to Galesburg, replaced Rev. Walter Hintz. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Peorian Is Visitor at Berwick BERWICK - Mrs. Essie Spillman of Peoria spent several days this past week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clenden:n of Fayette, Iowa, returned home Monday after spending the past week with Clendenin's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baldwin of Aledo, called at the Arthur Kirby home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Bennett of Niles, Mich., were weekend guests of Bennett's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Buel Mack. Kenneth Carr of Edmunds, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Ewing of Roseville were recent dinner guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Guy Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ford of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adwell were supper guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Adwell. Mr. and Mrs. IxToy Hull, Janice, Gary and Bonnie, spent the weekend at Maynard, Iowa, visiting Mrs. Hull's mother, Mrs. Florence Lowry and brother Don Lowry and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Penn and sons and Wayrnan Sloan spent Labor Day weekend in Rosebud, Mo., visiting Mrs. Penn's relatives. Mrs. Norris Meachum has returned home from St. Mary's Hospital, where .she had spent the past two weeks. on each of the three successive Tuesdays. List Leaders Dr. Kermit W. Peterson, pastor of First United Presbyterian Church, will conduct a course on "Mountain Top Living," dealing with a detailed study of the Sermon on the Mount. The teachings of Jesus will be related to 19(53 living to show that Jesus' way of life as taught in the Sermon on the Mount is a workable way of life for today. Leadership responsibilities will be shared by Rev. Malcolm G. Shotwell, pastor of First Baptist Church and Rev. Ralph H. Dude, pastor of Emmanuel Methodist Church, in the course "Understanding Young People Today." This course is designed to help leaders who have responsibility for guiding youth in Christian growth. It will deal with the manner in which young people learn and will explore various ways of working with individuals and groups of young people. It will concern the total youth program of the church as an experience in Christian fellowship. "Christian Parents Face Family Problems," will be the course taught by Mrs. E. Gordon Beh r rents. Participating with the leader in instruction duties will be Ray Bohman, Ed Pettit, Lowell J. Betsworth and Mrs. Cleon Johnson, Mrs. Kent Kleinkaupf, Mrs. Harold Canada and Mrs. Charles McKee. This course will feature discussion of vital problems facing parents in this modern day. Areas of discussion will be social problems, such as, immorality, drink ing, immaturity, facing old age, money problems, boy - girl relationships, and problems of the spiritual life and discipline. Rev. James Smith, pastor of First Christian Church, will lead the course on "Group Tensions in American Life." This course is designed to help leaders develop insight and skills which can be used by church groups and individual Christians in dealing with human relations, minority group relationships, and to help develop the true Christian spirit. Workshop Leader Miss Frances Brockley, First Christian Church, will conduct a "Workshop for Teachers." This course will help leaders in the church to understand the work with children their religious needs and development. Separate instruction groups will be arranged during the sessions for teachers of Nursery, Primary and Kindergarten departments. Helpers will be Mrs. Ray Craig, Mrs. Bradley Chandler and Mrs. Robert Luttrell. Host pastors for the event will be Rev. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman! and Rev. O D. Watson of First Methodist Church. Rev. Ralph 11. | Dude, pastor of First Baptist Church, will be dean of the insti-; tute. The school, accredited under the standards of the Illinois Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches, will feature a library stocked with the latest and most helpful books for devotional, iaspirational and instructional use for all age groups. A devotional period, under the leadership of Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman will conclude each night's session, and a fellowship hour will be held the final night of the school. Rio Home Greets Couple From South RIO — Mr. and Mrs. William P. Crowell of Mount Berry, Ga.. arc vacationing at the home of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. T. Rollo Crowell. William Crowell is teaching at Berry College. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Swanson have returned home after spending a few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. Irving Calkins in Lovclancl, Colo. She is his niece. On their return home, they stopped in Emporia, Knn., for a visit with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ccdcrberg and Donitta have returned home after visiting several days in the home of her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carlson and family, and with the Harry Beckers in Dumas, Tex. They also were overnight guests at the Harry Long home in Springfield, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. George Sierra of Galesburg have purchased and moved into the home vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Newton. Dcbra and Laura Swanson of Alpha spent a weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Loveridge, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swanson and Mr. and Mrs Larry Loveridge of Alpha, were vacationing at the Hilltop Motel in the Ozarks over Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bland and Cathy visited over the weekend of Aug. 25 at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cottom of Harrisburg. They attended the annual Hawkins reunion Sunday in Pinck- ncyville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Newton of Shale City called at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pugh Sunday. BIGGSVILLE - Mrs. Letha Rowley attended n dinner party rcce ntly in the A. N. Scderwall home, honoring her on her 80th birthday. Other guests present were the daughter, Mrs. Rowcna Billupg of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir. Mrs. Helen V. Newman of Stronghurst, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hull, Karen and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oaks and Carol of Monmouth, Mrs. Billups and Mrs. Rowley attended the Grape Festival at Nauvoo Sept. I and held a birthday dinner there. Mrs. Rnwlry received gifts and cards from her many friends. Higgsvillc Briefs Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert. Wilbur of Chicago spent the Labor Day weekend with his mother, Mrs. Pearl Wilbur. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Strode and son James of Glen Ellyn were- Aug. 31 guests of her brother, Ernest Turlcy and family, en route to Wahpcton, N.D., where James will further his studies in electronics. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Allen of Springfield arrived Aug. 31 to spend over Labor Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berresford and Miss Jane Berresford. They, with the Berrcsfords, attended a family dinner honoring William Shnllenherger's birthday. Mrs. Waller Carothers returned Monday from a visit with her g r a n d d a u g h f. e r, Mrs. Dean Sclmoll and family at. Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Keane and family of Raritan were Sunday dinner guests of his uncle and unit, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Lcary and son. Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell of Birmingham, Mich., who spent the weekend with Rev. R. P. Liston family left for a month's vacation in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roegicrs and family were guests in the parental Salter home en route to their new home in Springfield, ST). They also attended the Salter-Carlson wedding Aug. 3t at New Windsor. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Johnson, Susan and James of Monrovia, Calif., visited her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Foster, and cousin, Mrs. Ernest Turlcy and family, recently. A large representation from the Biggsville and Rozetta Communities were present at the piano recital of Miss Martha Watson at the Messiah Lutheran Church in Burlington Tuesday. Toulon Man Ends Training At Ft. Knox TOULON - Pvt. Larry Johnson has completed his basic training at Ft. Knox Army Base at Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Johnson and her brother, James Olmsted, drove to Louisville to get Pvt. Johnson. At the end of his leave, he will report to Ft. Lewis, Wash. Mrs, Johnson will accompany him. They are now visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Olmsted in Toulon, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Johnson in Victoria. Western Trip Raymond Perkins and Roger Talbert have returned home from a week's vacation trip through Colorado, New Mexico and Texas and other states. Returns to Teaching Post James Olmsted has returned to his teaching post at Flanagan, where he teaches commercial subjects at the high .school. He had spent the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Olmsted. From Hospital Clyde Walden returned home Wednesday from Peoria Methodist Hospital, where he had been a patient the past three weeks for surgery. Toulon Ball Club Marks Anniversary TOULON-The Toulon Ball Club held its 13th anniversary picnic- Sunday at Windmont Park in Ke- wance. There were 43 present and a fried chicken dinner was served at noon. The committee in charge comprised Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fell of West Jersey and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gerard of Galesburg. The committee for the 19C4 meeting will be Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerard and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bennett and son of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bennett and family and Don Aby of Kewanee, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cinnamon and family of Neponset, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gerard and family of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Doden and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerard and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pyle of Toulon. Guests were Nancy Webster, Sharon Lewis, Marilyn Heaton and Phil Albertson of Toulon, Miss Kathy Norman of Berwyn, Jim Johnson of Sheffield, Terry Stabler of Neponset and Terry Biinei of Kewanee, READ THE WANT ADS! More Wood The wood industries of the nation supplied our government ! with more wood for World War II than was used in all of our other wars combined. The Army ', alone used 1,200 different items j of wood. I The Black Hills PASSION PLAY Sept. 29 & 30 Sunday Matinee at 2:30 p.m. Evenings — 8:00 p .m. Prices $1.60 - $2.20 - $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY - 12:45 p.m. Prices 75c Call or write lor tickets Galesburg Register Mail HO S. Prairie 34^-51j5i Lat Christ Make Your Lifa Drama Complete. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY 9:30 — Bible SCHOO!. 10:J0 — "Th» Mlwlng CbrUl" 7:00 — "Sauclilicalion." "Gal«»burg'» F*l»ndli«»t Church" BAPTIST COB. NORTH AND HENDERSON STS.| Rev. William Tlijrber, Pa»tor f

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