Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 14, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 14, 1963
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GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phot* WE 2-2658 Henry County Homemakers Plan Membership Campaign GALVA—Mrs. Erman Strum of Galva has been selected as a member of Henry County Homemakers Extension Association workers to serve in a week-long membership campaign, starting Sept. 23. Members will meet Sept. 23 at 1:30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau auditorium at Cambridge and will feature the theme, "Be a Homemaker." Mrs. Robert N. Anderson Sr. of Orion heads the campaign. Representatives of the Henry County organization attended the District 3 membership meeting Thursday at Moline to organize initial plans for the membership drive. Workshop ses- Tours Appear On Schedule Of Oxford Unit ALPHA — Oxford Homemakers Extension Unit met Sept. 11 at the home of Mrs. Howard McCurdy. Mrs. Robert Lambert was a guest. A tour was planned for Oct. 9 to Mooseheart, and Santa's Village at Dundee and Elgin. A workshop at Cambridge Sept. 30 was announced. The major lesson, "Low Calorie Desserts," was given by Mrs. Theodore Johnston and Mrs. Harry Humphrey. The health lesson, "Farm Implement Safety Hints," was given by Mrs. Walter A. Peterson. The minor lesson, "What's New in Appliances," was given by Mrs. Howard McCurdy. Each member brought a cup and saucer and told where it came from, and lesson samples were used for refreshments. RIB SHACK North on Rout* 150 RIbf, Beef, Chicken, Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pizza. Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out lervlce Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 3 P.M. sions were conducted in various areas of the homemakers movement. Among other homemakers slated to participate in the Sept. 23 session are Mrs. Harry Humphrey of Alpha; Mrs. John Craft of Lynn Center; Mrs. Wayne Chilberg, Mrs. A. O. Grossman, Mrs. John Pobanz, Mrs. Robert Rishel and Mrs. Orville Wexell, of Cambridge, and Mrs. Charles Peterson of Woodhull. Plan Fall Workshop Meanwhile, 170 members of the Henry County organization are pre-registered for the association fall craft workshop Sept. 30 from 1:30 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. in the auditorium at Cambridge, according to Mrs. Robert W. Friend of Cambridge, county special activities chairman. Mrs. Jack Hathaway and Mrs. Larry Lindberg, of Galva, are among the instructors. Groups Hold Meetings Members of Beta Sigma Phi met recently in the home of Mrs. John Girvin. The roll call was answered by giving a definition of "What Happiness is to Us." After hearing a reading on rushing, the group discussed rushing new members. Mrs. Clifford Doss gave a talk on the "Definition of Happiness." The Kum-Kno-Us Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Jones. Mrs. Howard Col linson conducted the entertain' ment in the absence of Mrs. Wayne Bjorling. Members having birthdays in September received gifts from their secret pals. BUFFETS SERVING SATURDAY SERVING SUNDAY 5 to 9 P.M. 11:30 A.M. to 4 P.M. FEATURING: BEEF - HAM - CHICKEN And and array of hot and cold foods for your dining pleasure. 232 E. SIMMONS ST. $2 ^0 Per Person Under 8 or over 68 — $1.50 Infants FREE GALESBURG, ILLINOIS LVNCNIOM* GUEST NIGHT $1 BUYS YOUR GUESTS' DINNER MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 .».t.f.r.f.T.f.».f.T.t,f.T .M .».f.T.?.l.f.t.f.f.T.».».f.T.».». VALUABLE COUPON ' Thii oil** good Monday, Sept. 16, 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 Gueit Nit* 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" AlphaLegion Unit Leaders Announced ALPHA — Oxford Legion Auxiliary met for the fall season's first meeting Sept. 11 at the Legion Hall. The new president, Mrs. Sidney Cole, was in charge. Hostesses were Mrs. Marie Strandberg, Mrs. Richard Johnson, Mrs. Lottie Spore and Mrs. Wilbur Gainey. It was announced that it is now dues paying time and they may be paid to Mrs. John Buban. Announcements were made of the Henry County Council dinner meeting Sept. 17 at Woodhull, and reservation may be made with the president, Mrs. Cole. The 15th District convention will be held at Kewanee Oct. 11, and Mrs. John Buban was appointed as a delegate. It was planned to serve a dinner Sept. 16 for the Great State Life Insurance Co. Eighty tray favors for veterans hospitals were made. The president appointed the following committee leaders to serve for the coming year: Americanism, Mrs. John Engstrom; auxiliary loan, Mrs. Kenneth Barton; child welfare, Mrs. Richard Johnson; civil defense, Mrs. Max Plunkett; community service, Mrs. John Engstrom; coupons, Mrs. Louis Engstrom; Girls State, Mrs. Richard Holdsworth; Gold Star, Mrs. Arvid Henrikson. Junior activities, Mrs. Henrikson; legislative, Mrs. Dclite Baird; liaison, Mrs. Eugene Jordan; membership, Mrs. John Buban; music, Mrs. Eric Streed; national security, Mrs. Don Neely; Pan American, Mrs. Roy Barton; Past Presidents Parley, Mrs. Joe Buban; poppy, Mrs. Robert Briggs; publicity and scrapbook, Mrs. Basil Jordan; radio and TV, Mrs. Lloyd Briggs; revision, Mrs. Lawrence Barton. Rehabilitation, Mrs. Wayne Frantz; servicemen, Mrs. Laverne McKee; speakers bureau, Mrs. Franklin Wirt; sunshine, Mrs. Tony Buban Jr.; veterans craft, Miss Ann Padavich; ways and means, Mrs. Richard Roller; education and scholarship, Mrs. Kenneth Barton; nominating, Mrs. Richard Rutledge; auditing, Mrs. Ed Lewis. Maqtton Home Is Purchased MAQUON — Gary Gooding has purchased the 3-bedroom house on South Main Street, which Robert Bard is completing. Gooding and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gooding, and three children, will move to their new home from the rental property they have occupied on North Main Street. Gary Gooding operates the Maquon cafe and also is employed at the Midland Electric Co. Club Convenes All 12 members of the Steady Stitchers Club were present for the first meeting of fall, Tuesday, when they met at the home of Mrs. Herman Detmers. The afternoon was spent with needlework, and telling of where and how they spent their vacations. Terry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dredge, left Monday for Chicago. He will attend an IBM school there. He was graduated from the Valley High School last June, and was employed during the summer at the Holiday Inn at Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Emken and David have returned home from a month's vacation spent in Oregon and California. They visited with Mrs. Emken's four brothers, a sister and her father. They were also able to visit many points of interest in both states. Miss Bea Rhea Piatt left Tuesday for Decatur, where she will attend Millikin University. This is her sophomore year. She has spent since June with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Piatt. Guests at Maquon MAQUON — Mrs. Vada Ward of Galesburg, was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rambo Tuesday and Wednesday. The women visited the Union-Town Cemetery. ' READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Announce Daughters' Marriage OPHIEM — Announcement has been made of the marriage, Monday, Sept. 2, of Miss Kathleen L. Phetteplace of Moline and Edwin F. Plunkett, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Plunkett of Ophiem. Vows were spoken in the office of John Erheart, justice of peace, in Andalusia. Attending the couple were Miss Judith Ann Vols and Clarence Crouch Jr. The couple are residing in East Moline. Miss Nancy Miller entertained at a personal bridal shower Saturday night for Miss Diane Bodeen of Rio. The bride-elect's selected colors of yellow and white predominated throughout the party. Miss Donna Bodeen served the punch. The ten girls present were friends when attending the Al- Wood High School. The evening was spent socially. THE Custer Inn Hotel WILL BE SERVING Candlelight BUFFET DINNER Every Sat. Evening PER PERSON From 5 P.M. Until 9 P.AA. DRIVE-IN TONIGHT ONLY RT. 34 WEST - OPEN 7:00 - SHOW AT DUSK MIGHTIEST ADVENTURER OF THEM ALL! RORY CALHOUN ..YOKO TANI .o ^sc*** - color EI MGM rfT ..„ in a land where the law ends the savage Guns/* sun* RICUU c. tun* DON Basehart Taylor ALEX fACQUHA NlCOLRlCO MllROCOLUR JIIJ MfTHOSCOPl TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' GREAT FIRST COMEDY f Shown at 10:30 FRmsATom-HuTTON^gl THEATRE w STARTS TOMORROW DOUBLE-BARRELED EXCITEMENT TftiUff FROM <H)M MIU* \ TECHNICOLOR mjJ/HM BURT LANCASTER KIBX DOUGLAS Gofesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Man's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Mrs. Clayton A. Adams, 3000 Lincoln Park Dr. Duane McGarry, GalesburR. Pamela Sue Rowe, 46 Aliens Ave. Mrs. Norman Dodson, 543 W. First St. Mrs. Roland W. Wynkoop, Abtntf- don. Mrs. Robert L. Bundren, MHfl Grand Ave. David A. Jenkins. Abingdon. Mrs. John R. House, Monmouth. Miss Anna Belle Bird, AblnRrion. Jeffrey C. Flflcld. 70 Circle Dr. Donald L. Wilson, Cameron. Darlenc K. Wilson, Cameron. Loren E. Tessier, London Mills. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Marjorle Cecil, 514 Monmouth Blvd. Lawrence T. Clark, 1282 Ridge Ave. Mrs. Robert D. Cole, 191 N. Ivan Ave. Lyle B. Custer, Abingdon. Louis A. Dihvorth. Carbondale. Mrs. Donald W. Glllenwater, 1051 Wlllard St. William P. Hibbens, 873 Warren St. James A. Penlck, 1538 Russell Ave. Oscar F. Peterson. 108 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Clarence O. Taylor, 418 W. Tompkins St. George V. Wcstfall, Oneida. Charity Circle Of Alpha Plans Course Study ALPHA — Charity Circle of the Methodist Church met for its first meeting of the fall season Thursday at the home of Mrs. Douglas Plunkett, with Mrs. Florence Cole assisting hostess. Mrs. Richard Johnson, chairman, opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Lawrence Barton was appointed to serve as vice chairman. Mrs. H. W. Stitt announced the next study course to begin Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the church entitled "Christian family and its money" to be conducted by Mrs. Douglas Plunkett. A rummage sale was announced for Nov. 1, and a number of money-making projects were discussed. Mrs. George Kelly read the scripture, and the lesson topic, "Recruitment," was led by Mrs. Delite Baird, assisted by Mrs. Lawrence Barton. Cottairc ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Alfred Smith. 1051 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Rose Marie Fay, 1385 Lane Ave. Betty June Williams, Wataga. James A. Pructt, East Galesburg. Mrs. M»ry K. Fox, North Henderson. Walter F.. Pont, Knoxvtlle. Mrs, Marv Vocller, 845 Ohio Ave. Mrs. Ethel C. Kyle, Kelthsbiirg. Mrs. Marilyn J. Veys, Moline. Mrs. E. Lucille Conger, Maqiion. Debrn J. Davles. DcLnne. Mrs. Dona L. Johnson, Victoria. Richard E. Longcor. New flnston. Mrs. Madalyn McGIII. Toulon. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Doris E Cantrcll, 1028 Bateman St. Mrs. Betty M. Malcolm and baby, AHona. Mrs. Edith M. Davis. Senton. Mrs. Jacqueline S. Hinderllter and baby, 1427 Brown Ave. Mrs. Edith D. Young. Knoxville. Mrs. Mildred A. Nelson, Woodhull. Jack L. Smith, 134 S. Codnr St. Mrs. Fiances L. ZucU. 151 E. Sanborn St. Mrs. Blllle J. Snider and bnhv, Trivoli. Mrs. Donna J. Grady and baby, 1524 Conger St. Miss Clara Lutz, 400 N. Cherry St. These latter two names were inadvertently listed Incorrectly In Friday's Reglstcr-Mnll. Movie Calendar STARTS FRIDAY Saturday, Sept. 14, 1963 5 MA 55 DAYS of FLAMING ACTION, TITANIC ADVENTURE AND EXOTIC LOVE..: A SMASH! famtd columnist HEDOA HOPPER ^33? 4:00, ORPHEUM: "FT 100," 1:35 8:30 and 0 p. m. WEST: "Black Gold," 1:30, 4:50 and 8:10 p. m.: "Island of Love," 3:10. 8:30 and 0:50 p. m. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 DRIVE IN: "Adventures of Marco Polo." 7:15; "Savage Guns," 0:00; "Period of Adjustment," 10:30. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! ENDS TONITE "NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS" Everybody's Choice For A Great Big Wonderful Time BOB HOPE :: LUCILLE BALL II CRITIC'S CHOICE II SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE SAMUEL BRONSTON PRESENTS ER muss® SUPER TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR COSIUIKC FLORA ROBSON • JOHN IRELAND • HARRY ANDREWS • LEO GENN • ROBERT HELPMANN • KURT KASZMAR PAUL LUKAS • ELIZABETH SELLARS • JACQUES SERNAS • JEROME THOR^.TDIMITRI TIOMKIN PHILIP YORDAN a BERNARD GORDON • BVENIERO C0l»J0HN MOORE it NICHOLAS RAY * SAMUEL BRONSTON •o™™* awed artists JCMIWW weno NOW SHOWING FEATURES SHOWN DAILY AT: 1:35 - 4:00 6:30 and 9:00 P.M. Lt.John F. Kennedy's increi adventureJn ItMM CUFF ROBERTSON WSutrole! | TYHARDIM • JAMES GREGORY • ROBERT GULP- GRAMLLIAMS 'JACK LWARNER • R OBERT J. OONQVAN • LESLIE H. M ARTINSON RICHARD L BREEN- BRYAN FGY- TECHNICOLOR PANAVISION*- WARMER BRQS moo rnt KHSONt , XJPWVWON of. OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M WES T NOW! 2 ACTION-PACKED FEATURES There's no place on earth quite like it I lsianD„ OFLPVe Warner Bros, wackiest wildest, most wonderful comedy of the yea?, ittroofl^oilfTOI 'iswL 'waffefttai • mum -lECHNlCOLORrPANAVISIONr-WARKER BJ05.|* * WARNER BROS. r PMhJP DIANE JAMES FAY CLAUDE CAREY McBAIN BEST SPAIN AKINS

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