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SEVENTH DAY ADVEMT1M 147 Blaine Av« H. Hampton White, pattot. iervices Saturday: sab^atb tehool 9 30: ereaehlin 11 CAL.VAR* CHURCH—ASSIMBLt OF GOO S66 E. South St H J w a Herman Jt .^astot Sunday school 10; morning worship, 9; Y.P 6:30: evening eerv- ices 7;30. ALLEN PARK BAPX1S1 Affiliated with Southern Bapttti Convention. Kenneth V. Howeu oaator J701 Mulberry St. Bible school. 9:45; worship service 10:49; B.T.U- «:30j evening Mrv- Ice 7 JO. BET HAW If BAPTIST (Associated with G.A.R.B.C.). Dr. Paul Taasell. nattor 873 E. Simmons St. Sunday school 9:48; morning service. 10:55; evening service, 7; Youth Fellowship, u; midweek Bible study and prayer Wednesday 7 JO BETHEL BAPTIST Donald Q Peterson castor. llflfi N Acariemv St Bible school, 9:30; worship, 10:30; evening gospel service 1 Post highs and seniors at 830. BETHESDA BAPTIST Whltesboro streei and Grand avenue Robert ft. Morgan. Sunday school. 9:45; morning worship, 11; midweek ntvise Wednesday 7 JO. BIBLE BAPTIST Clifford Dartt, pastor. Corner of Brooks and Lombard street*. Sunday school, 10*. morning worship, 11, gospel preaching; evening service, 7 JO; Bible study Wednesday 7 JO. FIRST BAPTIST (American Baptist Convention) Cherry and TompKlns 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 STREE'i BAPTIST (Independent Fundamental) Henderson and North street* William Tburber oastor Bible school 9:30: morning worship, 10:30' evening worship, 7; midweek service, Wednesday 7:30. SECOND BAPTIST 805 S. Cherry St C. L. Coleman, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30; mornln- worship. 10:45: evening service. 730. BIBLE MISSIONARY 1646 Moshler Ave Larry Roberts, pastor. Sunday school 9:30; morning worship service, 10 JO; Young people's meet. 6:45; evangelical service. 7 JO. GRACE BIBLE 714 E. Fremont St. David Funk pastor. Bible school, 10; morning worship 11; evening service 7. Midweek services Wednesday 7 JO APOSTOLIC TABERNACLE 662 W. North St. Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. Roy Mast, pastor Sunday school. 10: worship, 11; evening service. 7 JO Wednesday Bible study 7:45. CATHOLIC CORPUS CHR1ST1 CATHOLIC Prairie and South streets A B. Curran oartor 1 Anthony Lane, J. Callanan, assistants. Sunday Masses (5 7 d. y.i., and 11 Holy days, 6. 7 B and 9: evening Masses, every Wedresday. first Friday and Holy day at 5:15 IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CATHOLIC At end of North Broad street to school chapel I E. Lohan pastor: Rlchara Slavish, Thomas Kimball and William J Stratman assistants Sunday Masses at 6, 7 B, 8, 10, 11 a. m. and 12 noon; daily Masses at 6:1.5 and 8 a. m.; evening Masses at 5:20 on Holy Days and first Fridays. SAlN'l PATRICK'S CATHOLIC John Horan. pastor; Joseph Mae- Poland assistant South Academy and Weal Third streets. Sunday Masses, 0, B, iO and 11 at. tn.; daily Masses, 6:30 a. m. except Saturdays and first Fridav 5:30 p. m. St. Joseph's Convent, 6J0 a, m. except Saturday, 1 a. m. CHURCH Of CHRIST 055 Lawrence Ave Forrest Shaffer evangelist. Biblp study 9-45; morning worship 10:45: evening worship. 7J0; Thursday Bible study 7 JO CHURCH OB CHRIST 1591 E. Losey St Bible study. 10; morning worship, ,11: evening service 7 Jo. FIRS! CHRISTIAN James E. Smith, minister North Broad and North streets Sunday school. 9JO: worship services 10'45 + DIRECTORY of QALESBURQ CHURCHES ADVEN'I CHRISTIAN Donald Mace, pastot 1673 N Seminary St. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, 11; evening service, 7. Wednesday prayer service 7 JO FIRSl CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Broad and Loaey streets. Sunday school and services 11: Wednesday. 8 Reading room 56 S. Prairie St. COVENAN'1 Dayton and Jefferson streets G Harold Ahlbers onstor Sunday school, 9; worshij, 10; evening services, 7. COMOA£OA HON AL CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL W. T. Lippert. minister. Southwest corner of Public Square Church school (nursery through junior department) and worship at 10. UNITED CHURCH OI CHRIST, EAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL Main and Whltesboro streets. Leon WUhlte. minister ChAircb school 9:45: worship services 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. UVANUEL1CAL UNITED BRETHREN Dale Catlin pastor Sunday school, 9.30; worship service. 8:30 and 10:30. EVANGEL TEMPLE Ira L. Bevard oattat 62 Illinois Ave. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; evangelistic service, J:30. Thursday Bible study and prayer 7 JO CHURCH OF GOD 1530 Brown Ave Ernest Moates pastor. Sunday school 10; morning worship, 11; young people's meeting 8:30; evangelistic service 7 JO. Wednesday or a ye? meetlne 7 JO; YPE service. 7 JO: lunlor YPE meets In small auditorium FIRSl CHURCH OF GOD 1614 E. Knox St. Henry A. Stamm. oaytor Sundav school 9:45; morning worship, 10:45; evening vespers 7; voutb activities 8:15 CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRTS1 857 W Berrien St. Sunday school. 10: morning worship. 11 JO THE ISRAEL OF GOD'S CHURCH THE WJ1A Corner Knox and Holton streets. Elder Dewel Taylor, pastor Sunday Mass. 10:30; Sunday scnool 5: evening worship 8. Friday Testimonial and prayer service 7 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 360 E Ferris St Donald E. Pont, orancb president. Priesthood meeting. 8 JO: Sunday school, 10: Sacrament «erviee 6:30. Tuesday, Women 's Reliel society, 7.30 Wednesday Mutua/ Improvement Association 7 JO Saturday Primary 10 REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS 53 N Henderson St Thomas Poplett, pastor. Church school 9-45: m >rnlng worship. 11; evening service f. UN IV ERSALIST- UN 1T ARLAN Woman's Club. North Prairie and Fast Grove Streets On vacation until Sept. 8. LUTHERAN FIRST LUTHERAN Seminary and Waters streets Ordell W Peterson pastoT 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 Kellogg and Ferris streets Ralph D Anderson 'ntera Worship 9: lunlor 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 9:18. Evening service last Sunday of the month at 7 JO. Holy Communion first Sunday of the month at 8, second Sunday at 10:30 and last Sunday at 7:30. METHODIST ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. ft. 153 K. Tompkins Si J. W Cotton, pattot. Sunday school, 6.18: morning wof ship 10:45: Christian Endeavor 4: evangelistic service 7J0 supervised nursery during service* Midweek prayer and Bible elasr Wednesday 7 JO EMMANUEL METHODIST Kellogg and Water* streets Ralph H Dude pastor Sunday school 10: morning worship 11: Methodist Youth Fellowship. 6:30 FIRST METHODIST Northwest corner Kellogg and Ferris streets. Joseph C. Hoffman, pastor; Orln Watson, minister of education. Sunday school, 9:45; two worship services at 8:45 and 11 (ViCLUt.LIJM .<4E'l HUUlift Perry Bishop, pastor Seminary ano Fourth «treet* Worship. 9; Sunday school, 10. WfcSLEYAN METHOD1S1 M. J Bailie, pastot 857 N. Farnham St Sunday school. 9:45: morning worship. 11: evening fellowship hour 7. FIRST CHURCH OI THIS NAZARENE Webster and Elm street*. Floyd H. Pounds, pastor. Sundav scnool, 9 JO: morning worship. 10 JO: NYPS 6:15; evangelistic ser/ice, 7 Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30; Missionary meeting first Wednesday of each month bAi'lH CHURCH OI THE NAZARENE Monroe and >en.aro street*. Arthur ''urnsido, pastor. Sundav school, 9:45; morning worship. 10:50: VYPS 6-45: evangelistic service. 7 JO l-TKS'l CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Hob W Losey St Weldon 'lavl? 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. 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 7 JO JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 S Chambers St Sunday Public talk 3: watchtowei study 4:15 Thursday Ministry school 7-30: service meetinc 8:30 LIVING WAV BIBLF CENTER 74 S Seminary St Dorothy O'Connor, Rachel Stroops. Adelaide Carter evangelists Sunday school. 10; worship, 11; evening service 7 JO Thursday service. 7:30 FOURSQUARE GOSPEL East South and Pearl streets James Uhler pastor Sundav school, 3'45: morning worship. 11: Crusaders, SJO; evangelistic service. 7 JO. Wednesday midweek service 7:30 Saturday men's prayer meeting. 7 JO PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold St (comer of Summit) J. S. Weeldon, pastor. Sundav school, ) 45. morning WOT ship 10'45: Pilgrim vouth service 7: evangelistic service 7:30 Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 JO 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. 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 Ladies Home League Thursday at 1 JO FIRST UNITFD PRESBYTERIAN Prairie and Ferris streets. Kermit W. Petersen and Joseph R. Boatwright, ministers. Church school, 9:30; worship, 11. 1EWISH Temple Shoiom Monroe and Wes 1 Worth streets Family Moves From Oquawka To LaHarpe OQUAWKA — Mr. and Mrs. Duane E. Fryrear and daughters Cathy and Susan moved from Oquawka to LaHarpe over the weekend. Fryrear, who had been a coach and teacher at Union High School, is now principal of the LaHarpe High School. Mrs. Edith Edmunds is spend- (/ IS ABLE > To Bring You Personal Peace, > To Give You Real Happiness, > To Relieve Your Sorrowing Heart \H HIM THERE IS JOY I 9:30 Bible School 10:30 Morning Worship 10:00 Youth Group 7:00 Evening Services Galesburg 's Friendliest Church 'fancied $keet \ CO*. NORTH AND HENOEBSON STS. Rev. William Thurber, Potior ing a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Finch in Illiopolis. Mrs, Marjorie Beal of Geneva is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Gladys Putney and Miss Velma Hufnagel, and their brother, Charles Hufnagel. Mrs, Pertha Gilmour, who had been a patient m Monmouth Hospital for the past week, returned to her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas were Sunday guests ot his sister, Mrs. Milton Beltz and Mr. Beltz in Gladstone. Charles Hufnagel of Des Plaines is spending this week at his home east of Oquawka. Michael, David, Greg and Gail Pruett of Abingdon spent the weekend with their grandmother, Mrs. Alice Pruett. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! B THE BIBLE B | SPEAKS | TO YOU SUNDAY - 7:45 A.M. WGIl „ 1400 kc. This Week's Christian Science Program "The Great Physician" Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International WASHINGTON — Sen. Barry M. Gold water, R-Ariz., on the nuclear test ban treaty: "I am hopeful that if we enter into it, the Russians . . . will finally prove to be honorable. They haven't proven this to me in the long years we have been engaged with them." DENVER — New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller when asked by reporters to commit himself on running in GOP presidential primaries in California and New Hampshire: "As I've said before, when I have any announcements, I will certainly let you all know." WASHINGTON - Demonstrators shouting as police removed them from a House committee hearing on student travels to Cuba: "This is the way the fascists operate. There's more democracy in Cuba than in Washington." FORT LAUDERDALE, F>. Motorist Richard Sell, who with his wife, made an attempt to chase two men who staged a holdup they witnessed: "After they shot at us, that's when we quit." Temple Shoiom Plan Services ForSacredDaysObservance Temple Sholom's observance of High Holy Days will begin with Rosh Hashanah Wednesday evening. Michael Abraham, the new rabbi, and a student at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, Ohio, will conduct the services. Services will conclude Saturday, Sept. 28, with the observance of Yom Kippur, or "Day of Gofesburg Register-Moil, Gofesburg, 111. Saturday, Sept. 14, 1963 7 Atonement." Rosh Hashanah means "The Head of the Year." It is so called because it is the Jewish new year's day. It occurs on the first day of Tishre which is usually in September. During this period, Jews examine their records for the past year and make resolutions to do better the coming year. In the synagogue the ram's horn, or Shofar, is blown as a summons for Jewish conscience to awaken and heed the call of duty. On that day, God calls memory to faults and sins of the past year, and since Jews are then on trial before the Judge of (he whole earth, Rosh Hashanah is also known as "The Day of Judgment." Declared Most Sacred Yom Kippur occurs 10 days after Rosh Hashanah. For Jews, it is the most sacred day of the year. Jews spend the entire day in the synagogue in meditation and prayer, and fast from sunset to sunset. It is during this fasting period that Jews endeavor to show remorse and sorrow for the evil they have done. Yom Kippur evening service, Friday, begins with a prayer known as Kol Nidre. A feature of the service is the memorial service known as Yizkor which is held in memory of the dead. At the conclusion of the service, a long blast of the Shofar is sounded, and then Jews may break the fast and eat once more. John Planer, a student at Knox College, who will serve as cantor during the services, will sing the prayers. Pillow Talk NEW YORK (UPI) — Of the more than 100 million patterns sold in the United States annually, one of the best sellers is a pillow pattern. So reports the National Notion Association, quoting from two of the largest pattern companies. WILL SPEAK—Miss Grace Jolly, missionary of the Baptist General Conference in Assam, India, will help kick off the fall Women's Missionary Union Monday. The event will be held at the Bethel Baptist Church at Fremont and Academy streets beginning at 7:3t p.m. Assam is in the area where the Chinese Reds invaded India last year. Speaker Engaged For Abingdon Fellowship Meet Dr. Jacob Rinker, professor emeritus at Eureka College, will be guest speaker at the Tri- County Christian Churchmen's fellowship in Abingdon Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. This group includes men from Christian churches in Knox, Warren and Mercer counties. Along with his talk, he will show film of his tour of Scandinavian countries. Dr. Rinker is a graduate of Eureka College where he has taught science courses for 42 years. He has done field work in geology in all 50 states plus Canada and Mexico. Baptist Mission Society Begins Fall Program With "Crown Him Lord of All" as the year's theme, the Woman's j Mission Society of First Baptist j Church launched its fall program I at Fridav afternoon's meeting at the church, j The meeting opened with (he theme hymn, "All Hail the Power," followed by prayer led by Mrs. Ralph Martin, president. The treasurer, Mrs. Frank Shannon, announced that the society has donated new kitchen equipment and a letter of appreciation from the memorial committee was read. Mrs. R. A. Chandler explained the year's program and the .suggested activities. A dramatic skit, "A Letter to Me" was presented by Mrs. Robert Higgins and Mrs. Jack Miller. The two friends recalled numerous areas of concern including local church activities, community Christian service, and world mission giving. The love-gift prayer by Mrs. Marvin Kerr comprised part of the skit. After the meeting the women took fall flowers to shut-ins in home calls. Hostesses for the social hour, which preceded the meeting, were members of the Coats Circle. BUSIINKLI 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushneii 519 (tews Correspondent -/Mrg Bernard BrllUurt Bushnell-PC Board Reports On New School Term Rolls BUSHNELL—It was reported to the Board of Education at its meeting this week that there are 1,450 pupils enrolled in the Bushnell Prairie City schools and over 1,000 are using the hot lunch facilities at noon. The new 60-passenger bus ordered last July has been delivered and will be put | Club Lists Officers The Grandmothers Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Emma Dimmitt. Officers to be installed in October were: President, Hazel Filbert; vice president, Leona Opp; secretary, Helen Taylor, and treasurer, Genevieve Kipling. Plans were made to visit the Macomb Grandmother Club Oct. 1. in use Sept. 16 on the route driven by Ivan Morey south of Bushnell. Approval of the employment of Mrs. Louise Shanklin for the fourth grade at the East Elementary School for the first semester and Mrs. Beverly Huff, second semester, was given. Mileage to school personnel for business use of autos when required, and if a school-owned car is not available, was increased from t,even cents a mile to eight. ... case a school car is available, and the employe prefers to use his own under this plan, he must do so at his own expense. Provide Vehicle It was decided to provide Roland Runkle, maintenance engineer for the district, a vehicle to use in lieu of paying mileage. Existing equipment for the present will oe utilized, thereby reducing cost of operation in this area. In view of the new city ordinance of no parking on the south side of the street across from the bus garage, off-street parking plans were discussed. Until suitable facilities can be obtained, the busses will be left at the East Elementary School. Also discussed was the moving of the Board of Education office to a vacant classroom at the East Elementary School and the installation of security lights at the junior high school. No final decision was reached. It was decided to have intramural program again this year for the boys at Prairie City and Bushnell during t h e winter months. An attempt will be made to schedule one or two junior high basketball games in late afternoon, instead of the evening as an experiment. Hearing on the school budget for the 1963-64 school year will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the senior high school. Meetings Announcer] The Donough Belles Unit of Homemakers Extension will meet Sept. 23 instead of the usual date because of a special interest lesson in Macomb. Hostess will be Mrs. Donna Reese and the program will be a demonstration by Mrs. Dale Armstrong. The IOOF Lodge will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the lodge hall. Walter Lane Heagy will tell of his U.N. trip. News foi and About Women Plan Course- < Continued from p.ige 3) Mutual Club Convenes Carnigie Mutual Club met. Friday at the home of Mrs. Ruth Nowers, with Mrs. Irene Drake and Mrs. Cecile Adams as co- hostesses. Guests present were Zalea Elliott and Mary Sweney. Plans were made for the bi- County Federation meeting, Hancock and McDonough counties. Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs. Beulah Cowperthwaite. The program was given by Mrs. Wilna Beatty, who showed articles and color slides of her trip to Hawaii. Plan Skating Party The Altar Society Group 2 held a combine supper meeting with Group I at the home of Mrs. Betty Fayhee. Fr. Ciesielski welcomed members and guests. A report was made on a sale which realized $77.95. Plans were made for a skating party for youth of the parish Oct. 28 at the local rink. Committee Members Choose Secret Pals When members of the Child Care Committee, Women of the Moose met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Willis Forshee, chairman, 1531 Rock Island Ave., members selected names of secret pals for the coming year. November bazaar plans were discussed. In planning for the October meeting to be at Lake Storey members were asked to bring their own meat if they do not care for wieners, also a small covered dish of food. Wieners will be furnished by the chairman. After the completion of business the hostess served refreshments. Ranney Kin Hold Reunion At Belmont BELMONT — Annual Ranney reunion was held at the Belmont Church Sunday with 64 relatives and two guests present. During the business meeting it was voted to donate $10 to the church and the Warren Achievement School in Monmouth. It also was announced that there were five births since the last reunion. The births were Melanie to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sheese, Aledo; Robert Lee to Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Tippett, Monmouth; Daniel Wade to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fredrickson, Seaton; Kathy Jean to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kilgore, Gales burg, and Todd Lincoln to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fredrickson, Little York. Three marriages reported were Judy Squire and Donald Fredrickson; Donna Tippett and Robert Mewes, and Janet Lchner and Charles Shike. No deaths were reported. Those present were Miss Bernice Yarde, Clarence Ranney, Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ranney and Robert, Roseville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haws, Mrs. Robert Kilgore and family, Mrs. Beth Bailey and family, Mrs. Clarence Taylor and family, Miss Pat Madigan, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Tippett and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tippett, Mr. and Mr3. James Ryner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ranney, Monmouth. Others in attendance were Mrs. Clara Ryner, Oquawka; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith, Mr. and Mrs Paul Fredrickson and family, Little York; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lee and family, Kirkwood; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Board and Cheryl Kettering, Mrs. Dora Ranney, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fredrickson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fredrickson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fredrickson and family, Seaton. Mrs. Dora Ranney, 77, was the oldest member present, and Todd Fredrickson, four months, the youngest. The 1964 reunion will be held at the Belment church the second Sunday in September. before others. Not a course in elocution or acting, it provides the class members with story situations or ideas which they dramatize for their fellow students, using theit imagination to create the characters and to plan and develop the action. Mrs. Chase recently returned from the American Educational Theater In Minneapolis, where she attended the Children's Theater Conference in Creative Dramatics. Spanish and French Spanish and French are offered to prepare children to explore broader fields of expression in foreign languages as well as in our own. Mrs. Jorge Prats will introduce Spanish into the program for the first lime. Spanish is her native language. Her work in the Foreign Language Instruction Project at the University of Illinois was concentrated particularly in teaching foreign languages to third through sixth grade children. This year, she is teaching Spanish in the Galesburg High School. Mrs. Herman Mueldcr will continue the French courses started last year. Swimming and diving will be taught at the Knox Memorial Pool by Miss Antonia Cambier and Todd Brown, both Red Cross swimming instructors. The Fall classes will be limited 'o intermediate swimmers. Beginners und intermediates will be accepted in the Spring semester. The Supplementary Course Program is conducted under the jurisdiction of the Knox Kindergarten and Nursery School Association. C'isses are held '.ne hour a week after regular school or on Saturdays either at the Knox Kin der«arten Building or in Knox Col lege classrooms. The school year is divided into two 10- week se me.stcrs. Last year, children who were enrolled in the program rep resented 11 Galesburg schools and six out-of-town communities. Hosts Are the Board A potluck ushered in the first fall meeting of St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Episcopal Church Thursday evening in the undercroft, of the church, the hostesses being the board members. Mrs. James Van Gieson, president, conducted the meeting and devotions were led by Mrs. James Wallace. Committee reports followed. Fall activites were discussed. A backyard sale will be Wednesday, Sept. 18, at the home of Mrs. Van Gieson, 3056 Lincoln Park Drive. On Oct. 13 a semi- documentary film will be shown at the church entitled "Track 13" and every one in Galesburg is being invited to srr> it. It was filmed on Track 13 of Grand Central Terminal in New York City where for 15 years a redcap has held tri-weekly Bible study and discussion group meetings. It presents real people in their own true story. The third annual antique show and sale sponsored by St. Margaret's Guild and Carver Center will be held Nov. 15, 16 and 17 at the Armory. The program was in charge of Mrs. George N. Shelly, Ecumenical Relations chairman, who gave a talk on the various aspects of Christian unity in the world today. A discussion followed. Western Illinois Birth Records KEITHSBURG — Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Miller arc the parents of a son born Sept. 11 at the Mercer County Hospital in Aledo. TOULON — Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Harmon, Rockford, are the parents of a son Thomas Christopher born Sept. 5 at Swedish American Hospital in Rockford. He Is their third child and his brother Mark and sister Jane are spending some time with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Harmon, Toulon. WOODHULL — Announcement has been made of a birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Krueger of 248 S. Marion St., Oak Park, Sept. 11 at West Suburban Hospital, Oak Park. The infant has been named Mark Elliott. He is welcomed by a brother John David. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herschcl Elliott of Woodhull and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Krueger, Alpha. WOODHULL - Word has been received of the birth of a daughter Sept. 2 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Luallen of Cartagena, Spain. The infant has been named Mary Lourden. Luallen, who is with the Navy, is the son of Ray Luallen of Woodhull. ALPHA—Mr. and Mrs. John Krueger of Oak Park are parents of a son born Sept. 11 at a hospital there. He has been nam*l Mark Elliott. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herschel New Teachers Introduced To ACE Chapter Introductions, fellowship and music filled the evening as members of the Nellie Swanson Branch of the Association for Childhood Education met this week at the Galesburg Woman's Club home. Mrs. Richard Nystrom, soloist, presented a group of selections. Included were "Whenever You Feel Afraid," "Be the Best" and "Getting to Know You." She was accompanied at the piano by Miss El- oisc Allen. New teachers in the District 205 schools were introduced by Lowell Belsworth, assistant superintendent in charge of instruction. Mrs. Ronald Nicely and Mrs. Bradley Chandler were cochairmen for the evening. During the social hour preceding the meeting, Mrs. Olga Schroeder presided at the table. Miss Eva Burke and Miss Lucille Rochlus assisted the social chairman, Mrs. Gail Griffith. Club Sponsors Refresber Course In Square Dancing Buttons and Bows Square Dince Club members had their tirst dano of the season Wednesday evening at Docey Doe Club with Orlo Moore, Knoxville, as the caller. Frank Rice, president, conducted a brie f business meeting at which the group decided to sponsor a refresher course for couples who wish to renew their interest in square dancing. The course will be given f a~ 7 to R:30 o'''ock on ^ second and fourth Wednesday evenings of each mr \& preceding the semi-monthly club dances. The first of the refresher dances will e Sept. 25. Mr. Moore announced that he will condiu beginners' lessons in square dancing at the YMCA eight consecutive Saturday evenings from 8 to 11 o'clock starting this evening. Any couple int st- ed in learning to square dance western style may contact Mr. Moore. Elliott of Woodhull and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Krueger of Alpha, READ THE W NT ADS! It You Wont the Unusual HANDBAG We Hove It ot Give - A - Gift WEBERS 149 E. Main READ THE WANT ADS'. PASSION PLAY September 29-30 TICKET INFORMATION Call or WrU« GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 8. Pr»irl« 342-5141 Dial A Devotion A Thought And A Prayer To Help You DIAL 343*3119 A service provided by the Board of Deacon* FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Prairie and FerrU Street* Galesburg, IllinoU

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