Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 13, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, September 13, 1963
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i 1 ^ ... IF - f V- •j - • 4 4 J 1 •- Hopes to Improve Sales Galesbur foe 1964 rtibdel of the Plymouth Valiant will show its greatest change in the front end and ih the tail light section in the rear, Th6 cars, which go on display Se£t. 20, has a new horizontal grille extending the full width between the headlights. The bump- wider and mounted higher for "greater grille protection. The tail; lights are vertical in shape, allowing them to follow the contour of rear quarter panels. In introducing the line, C. E. Briggs, vice president of Chrysler Motors Corp. and general eris manager of the Chrysler-Plymouth division, said that Valiant proved a success last year, and the winning qualities have been improved. He said the car's sales have climbed 60 per cent in this coun* try, hold first place in the export market and have given it the lead among U.S. compacts in Canadian registrations for 1963 models. Nine models in five body styles will be offered—two-door sedan, two-door hardtop, four-door se- t 13. 1963 17 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Cor t«*o*Mtflf Phone Bushnell 519 Dependable Demand for Pork Expected to Hog BUSHNELL—A dependable demand for pork products are expected to help hog market prices, it was pointed out in a market summary by the Bushnell Stockyards form service department. The summary follows: work lower this week as supplies have Hog prices are continuing to been plentiful at both the VALIANTS GO ON DISPLAY This is the 19(P Valiant Signet two-door hardtop, one of one of several options available in the new models. Another main new feature Is the Valiant nine models which will go on display Sept. 20. line will be a Chrysler-engineered four-speed This particular model has a vinyl-covered roof, transmission which is floor mounted. large terminal and the country markets. Many packers have increased their kills to handle the larger volume, but additional losses on some of the fresh pork cuts have failed to halt the downward ANNABEL PETERSON dan, convertible coupe and four d CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Methodists Plan Homecoming Sunday for Former Pastors ill r station wagon. Available for the first time in Valiant will be a Chrysler-engineered four-speed manual shift transmission. Gear ratios are 3.09 in low, 1.92 in second, 1.40 in third and direct in high. The gears are synchronized in all forward speeds. A sure-grip differential is optional this year on all models. This feature is designed to minimize wheel spin by giving more torque to the rear wheel having greater traction. Also new are push button electric windshield washers and a remote control rear view mirror. The 8.2 to 1 compression ratio has been raised to 8.5 to 1 for the 170 cubic inch engine, and to 8.4 to 1 for the 225 cubic inch engine which is optional. The five-year or 50,000-mile warranty on the engine and drive train components will continue for the 1964 models, Briggs said, and self-adjusting brakes are standard equipment. price trend. between them and butcher hogs to grow smaller. Response to Questions to manv farmers In answer questions as to look in hogs, we what wc have many the future out- The decline has affected all weights. However, the heavier hogs have suffered the least. Packing sows also are showing less price losses as compared to the butchers. The demands for all weights of sows continues good and this has caused the spread KNOXVILLE - Former ministers at the local Methodist Church will be guests at a homecoming service Sunday at the church. The Rev. David Ericson of Jacksonville will deliver two sermons Sunday mottling. A covered-dish dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m., with each famrly contributing to the menu and furnishing their own table- service. Coffee will be served by a committee*. Rev. and Mrs. Roscoe Marks of Roseville and Rev. and Mrs. John H. Clarke of Knoxville will be among those honored, o'clock in the At 2 there in tne afternoon, will be an informal deception. Plan Reception All teachers in District 202 will be guests of the Council of Churches at a welcoming reception Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Methodist Church. Following a program, refreshments will be served. Parents of children in the school district, members of the PTA and friends are invited to attend this affair and learn to know the teachers r outside of the classrooms. Sue T. Chin Improves Sue T. Chin, owner of Susie's Steak House, was reported improved today, following throat surgery Wednesday afternoon in St. Luke's Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago, although his condition is still considered critical. A tumor was removed from the voice box in a prolonged operation. For more than 24 hours he was under intense therapy. The patient, who will not regain hrs power of speech for more than two months, will return home the early part of October, but later must return to the hospital. DAR Schedule Three major events are on the calendar of the local DAR chapter. Members have been invited to attend a Constitution Day observance Sept. 17 by Rebecca Parke Chapter in Galesburg. Sept. 20, the regular meeting date of the group, a luncheon will be held at 1 p.m. at the American Beauty Restaurant in Galesburg. A division meeting of the DAR will be held Sept. 24 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Kewanee at 9:30 a.m. Guild Meets The September meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church was held in the home of Miss Carole Robertson with 15 members and two guests attending. teachers of the school district to be held at the church Sunday night and the bazaar in October. The group will serve General Circle in October. "Committees will be appointed. A make and bake silent auction was held following the meeting, A poem written by a West African missionary was read by Miss Robertson to close the meeting. Hold Session Ruth Unit of LCW met at the home of Mrs. Harold Nelson Monday night with Mrs. Arthur Sauer co-hostess. Devotions and Bible study were given by Mrs. George Hamp. New Bible study leaders are Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Edwin Windish. Mrs. William Erker was named to take charee of the for your thoutjh t$ Dear Penny, We had an argument with two friends of ours (they're boys), and we'd like you to settle it for us. The boys think it is right for us to call them and we disagree thoroughly. What's your opinion? ETIQUETTE FOLLOWERS Dear Etiquette Followers, You are right! The only time it is permissible for a girl to call a boy is when she has a legitimate reason, such as to extend an invitation. There are too many girls today who are doing the calling and pursuing. Part of the fun of being a girl is being sought after, so stick to your guns! In case you have any further doubts, read on, MacDuff! DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone charge next month. Dear Penny, I have a son who is in high school, and there are two girls who are calling him and driving by out house constantly. When nursery they cal , l te ,| them that he The next meeting will be Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs. James Steele. Mrs. Hazen Entertains Mrs. Orlow Hazen was hostess to 12 members of the rhood Neighbo Club Egypt and two guests, Mrs. Clayton Conley and Mrs. Marguerite Arnold, at her home Thursday. Prizes were won by Mrs. Wayne Farrar, Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mrs. Roy Gibson Sr. Door prize was also won by Mrs. Gibson. The next meeting will be Oct. 10 with Mrs. Hiram King. Gilson Community Church — Sermon, "The Healer of Broken Hearts," 9 a.m. by Rev. Thelma Case. First United Presbyterian Church — Howard Bailey, pastor. Church school 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sermon subject, "Riches Unlimited." Presbytery of Monmouth at Bushnell Tuesday 4 p.m. Circle I at the home of Mrs. Hollrs Taylor Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal 7 p.m. Finance and meet is not home as curtly as I can; but that doesn't seem to bother them at all. My son says he not only is uninterested in these girls, he really doesn't like them. I have thought of calling their mothers and asking them to talk to the girls, or do you think it would be better for me to tell them not to call? TIRED OF GIRLS Dear Tired, Now wait a minute, mom! If sonny boy is in high school, he's a big enough boy to handle this little problem himself. If he really s as annoyed by the attentions of these girls as he says, let him tell them so. That should be enough to stop the calls. If he tries and fails ,then it's soon enough for you to think about stepping in! Chapter Honors Members on 87th Birthday Anniversary ABINGDON—Abingdon Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Tuesday evening honored Mrs. Minnie Warden on her 87th birthday celebration when she was escorted, seated in the East and presented a corsage by Mrs, Louise Lundslrom, worthy matron, as the chapter members sang the birthday song. Mrs. Erma Potts and Mrs. Maude Ryan were invited to approach the East and presented a birthday cake and candy to Mrs. Warden, who responded. Birth- Cameron, Knoxville, Keilhsburg and Abingdon. day song was also sung in recognition of the birthday of Mrs. Edith Welch. Mrs. Dorothy Paul, past matron of Oakwood Chapter, Manitoba, Canada, was escorted, introduced and scateJ in the East. A memorial service Norval was held. Church Schedules Are Announced Pastors of Abingdon churches have announced Sunday services and church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Christian — Donald T. Hogan, minister. Sunday 9:45 a.m. church school. 10:50 a.m. Wor­ mian only repeat read regarding some of the foreign countries. It is reported that Poland's hog production is expected to be 2 million less hogs than last year. This has been caused by a shortage of grains, As these people are mainly meat eaters, the government has imposed restrictions that require them to use their share of an abundant vegetable crop along with fish and poultry, otherwise they will not be able to get pork alone. An increase in pork consumption in Japan is helping to create a better market for U.S. feed grains. A pork promotion program has wiped out surpluses and has caused a better demand for pork from this country. An adjustment can be expected between the United States and Dmvdy Reunion Held at Storey Annual Dawdy reunion was held at Lake Storey Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William M. Dawdy and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cline* Mr. and Mrs. Ross Fielder, Mr. and Mrs. f^o Fielder, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, Mr. and Mrs, Forrest Brown and Don, Mrs, R. L. Oattermeir and family, Verda Dahler, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cline and Glenda, Mrs. Verna Cline and Mrs. Daisy Fielder. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, Mr. and Mrs. D. tl Dawdy and family. Ronnie Chapin, Rollic Schneckloth, Carol Goddard, Jane Eyre, Virginia Cline. Lcla Dawdy, Pearl Goddard, Mr. and Mrs. Bertil Olson and Joyce, and Jerry Niles. Homemnkcrs will be in attendance from 24 schools. the Common Market poultry lower over tariffs. It duties the will higher probably lower me cumcs on some of the import items in order to reduce the sharp increase on poultry. This will help to keep the large poultry supplies moving and keep from forcing red meats to suffer from additional competition, if more poultry was offered at cheaper prices. Crop prospects in general look good and demand for pork should continue at favorable levels. The hog raiser who stays in will probably benefit as little change in numbers of pigs to farrow is expected in the next quarter. Church Schedules Are Announced Pastors of Bushnell churches have announced Sunday services and other church affairs for the week ahead. They are: Assembly Of God — Robert Rutlcdge, pastor. Sunday school 0:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Christ Ambassadors 6:30 p.m. Worship service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday women's prayer meeting 10 D.m. Thursday Personal Evangelism 7:30 p.m. First Christian — W. Ernie James, minister. Sunday worship and communion 10 a.m., 11 a.m. Bible school. 7:30 p.m. worship. fi:30 p.m. youth groups. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible study and prayer. Tuesday, Thursday evening and Saturday work at the church. First United Presbyterian — Ralph W. Aclamson, minister. Sun- clay 9:45 a.m. Church school. 11 a.m. worship. Monday 7:30 p.m. church school teachers will meet nt the church. Tuesday 4 p.m. Monmouth Presbytery will meet in local church. Thursday 1:30 p.m. the Women's League will meet in the church. Sept. 22, the All-Presbytery conference will be held in Monmouth 3 First Methodist — for Miss Vera I ship and communion. "Who's Responsible for My Child." Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Caroline Circle meets in the All-Purpose Room of the church. 1:30 p.m. Anna Circle meets in the church Pro tem officers were Edith Welch, conductress; Virginia Musselman, Esther and Dale Welch, flagbearer. Mrs. Helen Malcolm, grand lecturer, Oneida chapter, was escorted and introduced in addition to seven grand chapter committee members, three past worthy matrons and past worthy patrons. Mrs. Louise Lundstrom will serve as organist at Knoxville matrons and patrons night Monday. Talks were given by Wilford Andrews and Mrs. Malcolm. Mrs. Dear Penny, I am one of a group of young people who are admirers of horses. We want to start a riding club, but we are meeting a lot of problems and need some help. Are we within the law in calling ourselves a club? Wc wanted to put up posters announcing the beginning of our club for anyone interested in becoming a member, but we were told wc might run into trouble. We would be grateful for any help you can give us. I will send my name and address if there is any interest shown in the club. A YOUNG RIDER Mrs. Sermon, Chaplain's Work Is Rcvic^wecl for Men Dear Young Rider, I think it would be better if you get together with a small group | Mr. and Mrs. Voorhees and Mr. p.m. Wednesday stewardship of your friends and do some of the groundwork before you have a membership drive. Give your club a name, set its dues if you will have them, lay down the rules you will need. Then put up posters announcing the time and place for your meeting. The Register-Mail | dining room from tables decorat- also carries short social notices of such meetings, and the local radio and Mrs. Raymond Dowell were in charge of the social hour. Refreshments were served in the with Every stations will air it on their community events programs. I can see no ed with containers of mixed gar den flowers. Member committee Wednesday 8 | good reason why you should have any difficulty in forming such a group, and I hope your efforts meet with much success! p.m. Lutheran Church — Arne E. Confirmation Church school Peterson, pastor. Saturday 10 a.m. 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sermon topic, "Thanks." Church council members will leave for Salem Lutheran Church at Moline for the district assembly 1:15 p.m. Rebecca group of LCW will meet at the home of Mrs. Carl Eklund for dessert and coffee Tuesday 1:15 p.m. Choir rehearsal Wednes- Women of the the Dear Penny, Why do our teachers say students? 11 no" to yearbooks for junior high RICKY to do with the economy day 7:30 p .m. church will serve lunch at p.m Mrs. Robert Miller led in wor- 1 Ralph Lundgren sale Friday 12:30 ship and the pledge service, assisted by Mrs. Ed Mahar, Miss Dorothy Rigg, Mrs. Robert Stickell and Mrs. Robert Cecil, Dear Ricky, I would imagine it has something measures which have been instituted by the board of education. Your teachers aren't being mean—they're just following directions! Thinking of you . .. Penny Send your questions to Penny, In care of the Galesburg Regf* ter-Mail. Your letter will be answered either In this column or personally. Utters need not bo ilgned unless 0 penonal reply U desired* nesses World Miss Carole Robertson reported ; on the Quiet Day held at Andover which she and Miss Mildred Howarter attended. The guild was one of three in the district to receive a superior rating for the past year. The district meeting will be held Oct. 12 at Aledo. Those planning to attend are to have their reservations in to Miss Robertson before Oct. 7. Mrs. Miles Jackson, coordinator, reminded of the guild homecoming week and reception of Kingdom Hall Jehovah's Wit— Talk, "Can There Be A Without Woe?" by Dan Crouse of Knoxville 2:30 p.m. Watchtower study 3:45 p.m. Lawrence Cook, president of the board of directors of the Spoon River Electric Co-Operative, Inc., wrth offices at Canton, and a director on the board of the Association of Illinois Electric Co-Operafcives, attended the annual meeting of the association at Springfield Wednesday. He served as voting delegate to the business session as a representative of the Spoon River board. family potluck at the home of Sentence Lifted Pam Eckman tonight at 6:30 o'clock. Each family is asked to Alter Payment bring their own tableservice. J 4-H Club will meet Center Abingtlon News Briefs Col. Jonathan Latimer Chapter, DAR, will celebrate Constitution Day Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. T. H. Wimcr. Mrs. Donna Gordon and son Kent and Mrs. Jennie Palmer spent Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mitchell near Avon. Mrs. Aubrey Paul, Birden, Manitoba Canada and Mrs. Marian McCormack, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada left Wednesday for their home following a week spent here with their aunts, Mrs. Ruth Murphy and Mrs. Mina Foltz; also, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Andrews, cousins, and other tives. rela- parlor. Sept. 20, 1:30 p.m. Nancy Circle meets in the church lounge. First Methodist Church — Francis W. Samuelson, minister. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Church service 10:45 a.m. Sept. 15 is Family Sunday. Methodist men meet Sunday 2 p.m. A training meeting is Sunday at 2:30 p.m. for visitors who will call in the homes of members during the period of Sept. 15 - 28. Each day 12 noon members were asked to pray for a vital faith for themselves and others. For those in town, let the noon siren be a reminder to pray, the pastor suggested. Monday, commission on missions 8 p.m. First Congregational — John M. Buran, minister. Church school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m., sermon, "Getting Something Out of Life." Wednesday Esther Circle meets at home of Mrs. Ruby Famulener 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Cinda Robinson will present program. Mrs. William Sharp will lead devotions. Thursday family potluck supper 6:30 p.m. Discussion will follow around the tables led by moderator on subject, "What Is the Future of Our Church?" All families of church invited. During the discussion period, movies for the children will be shown in the parlor. BUSHNELL - The Methodist Men met Wednesday at the church. Oscar Taylor was appointed by a committee and approved by the group as the president for the coming year, filling the unexpired term of Orville Hen ton. Rev. Henry L. Cox told of his work when he was chaplain at the Kankakee State Hospital. Bushnell News Briefs Thimble Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jeanette p.m. Henry Cox, pastor. Sunday Church school 0:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m., sermon, "The Light Wc Share." 5 p.m. Junior and Senior MYF. Monday 8 p.m., official board meeting at the church. Tuesday, circle meetings, Lydia, Mrs. Elmer Strode; Priscilla, Mrs. Rob Martin; Ruth, Mrs. Lurline Doner, all 9 a.m.; Mary-Martha, Mrs. J. B. Mcloan 2 p.m. First Baptist — Rev. Harry Litzenberg. pastor. Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school; 10:45 a.m. worship. Sermon, "Thy Kingdom Come." V> p .m. Junior BYF. 6:30 p.m. Senior BYF. 7:30 p.m. service, sermon, "Prosperity." Monday-Friday, 7:30 p.m. Revival services, Rev. Arthur Seng- pichl, speaker. Tuesday, a.m. Prayer meeting at the home of Dr. Graber. Henry were won by Haines, Mrs. Mrs. Alleyne Group home of met Mrs. READ THE WANT ADS! Mitchell. Prizes Mrs. Roberta Pauline Hiel and Caylor. Mothers Study Wednesday at the Kit Cox. The program. "Discovery of Art in Your Children," was given by Rev. Henry L. Cox. Co - hostess was Mrs, Connie-. Stewart. A wiener roast for Campfirc Girls and those wishing to join, including grades two to .six, will he held at the VFW Park Monday at 4 p.m. Those who plan to attend were a?»ked to take slick, wieners and buns. Drink will be furnished. The West PTA held a potluck supper Wednesday at the East Elementary School. Principal Clarence Johnson introduced the teachers. The annual fall officers training school of Section 9 of FHA will be held Thursday, 2 p.m. Upstreamers class meeting at the home of Mrs.- Mildred Winget. Saturday, 1 p.m. Senior BYF will meet at the church to go to Galesburg for recreation. READ THE V7 NT ADS! at Sciota, Sept. Northwestern III. 18 at High About 300 4 p.m. School, Future New More Effective Answer to Arthritis and Rheumatism Pains Parkay rabl«M is a medicine designed to give you relief from Arthritis, Rheumatism, bursitis, stiff Joints, muscular palna. This tablet contains non-habit forming pain-relieving drugs — sol aspirin. Niacin Is added to help Increase blood circulation. Contains Vitamin C, used to guard against Infection. 100 Parkay Tablets cost you only $2.98, Start this treatment today. old Only at WEST DHUO CO.. IKC, 324 C. Main St. No prescription necessary. Sunny Glisson at Community for the CAMBRIDGE der of Tampico appeared before Dan McNeal in Henry Robert Schnei- Men , s D j n e p { \M/ W\l K WI \W W W W W .7 \M/ W W W \Wl W W \M W \WI W \W W \M \\lf \\l/ \\h Judge County Circuit Court Tuesday Slated at Church a complaint filed by Mrs. Jacqueline Schneider of a charge of failure to pay alimony. He was sentenced to serve 60 days in Henry County Jail, but released after paying the was alimony in arrears. The KJC 4-H Club will have a SQUARE DANCE Instructions Storting Saturday, Sept Jungle Room of YMCA COUPUS ONLY Instructor - ORIO MOORE PHONE 289-2821 Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. first meeting of the club year. Members are asked to bring cookfes and drink. There will be an election of officers. Mark Anniversary Mrs. Carlisle Smith attended the 25th anniversary of the National Federation of Republican Women, at the Pick-Congress hotel, Chicago, for which the Ilinois Federation of Republican J^0J^Jg CXdSS Women was host. Sen. Barry Goldwater, featured fjQStS CrVOllD speaker, addressed a capacity * audience of 4,000 at the Conrad Hilton Hotel, stressing the necessity of conservatism in government. Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, scheduled n Men of the Abingdon First Christian Church will be host to the Tri-County Men's Fellowship dinner meeting at the church Wednesday at 7 p.m. Tickets may be obtained from Sidney Smith. The Cum-B-One Class will serve the dinner for the Tri-County meeting. Men will attend representing the Christian Churches in Galesburg, Coldbrook, Gerlaw, Wil States Lawn gram •.HI \ \ You can do more good for your lawn right speaker on Thursday evening, was presented a resolution adopted by the Illinois federation, expressing disappoint- of his speech of Sept. 11, supporting the Test Ban Treaty, and the federation^ opposition to its ratification. ment ONEIDA — The senior class of ROVA High School was host to the student body and faculty at the annual fall mixer Sept. 7. During the evening, the freshman cheerleading tryouts were held and the following girls were elected: Kris Johnson, Rita Cottom and Teresa Strange. Freshmen were special guests. READ THE WANT ADS! Public Fish SEPTEMBER Z'/i miles NW of Abingdon 11 A.M. - ? FISH or CHICKEN AdulU $1.50 Children Sponsored by ABINGDON AMERICAN LEGION POST 381 now than any other time of year by feeding with Turf Builder. Guaranteed to grow greener grass in 10 days. BROTHERS UK MAIN and SEMINARY w w/ w \w w/ v\// w W/ W W \W \\!/ \\|/ f \\i \W w \w w w w w \w w w 1 1 .1 4

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