Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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12, Galesburg Register-Mail, Golesbura,..II!.. Thursday, Sept. 19, 1963 List Committees for Work Of Roseville Auxiliary Unit ROSEVILLE - At the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary. Lawson-Babbitt Unit No. 614, held at the Legion Hall, Tuesday night, Sept. 17, the president, Mrs. EdyChe Johnson appointed the following committees for the year: Americanism, Mrs. Jack Efaw, Mrs. James Palmer; auditing, Mrs. William Axline, Mrs. Arthur Josephson; auxiliary loan fund, Mrs. Frank Wilkinson; child welfare, Mrs. Harold Winters; civil defense, Mrs. Kenneth Still; community service, Mrs. Russell Pearson, Ruth McCullough; finance and budget, Mrs. Ralph Volk, Mrs. Nancy Humphrey. Flowers and gifts, Mrs. Harvey Birdsell; house committee, Mrs. Francis Cook, Mrs. Richard Cunningham; music, Mrs. Carlos Adams, Mrs. Herman Steele; publicity, Mrs. Fred Kirby, Mrs. Leonard Ockert; past presidents parley, Mrs. Raymond Huston; parliamentarian, Mrs. Carlos Adams; poppy, Mrs. Charles Bates, Mrs. R. E. Swanson; veteran crafts, Mrs. James Adkisson, Mrs. Barnard White. Coupons, Mrs. Glenn Ball; scrapbook, Mrs. Raymond Huston; social, Mrs. Russell Pearson (afternoon), Mrs. Clyde Stice and Mrs. Ross Young (evening); membership, Mrs. R. E. Icenogle; ways and means, Mrs. Francis Cook, Mrs. Ralph Volk, Mrs. Bruce Langford, Mrs. Har- Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 426-2(571 P. 0. Box 397 old Winters, Mrs. Raymond Huston; Gold Star, Mrs. Carl Clore, Mrs. Ben Anderson. Other business included reports given by Mrs. Fred Kirby and Mrs. Edythe Johnson on the department convention. Announcement was made of the district board meeting to be held on Sept. 28 at LaHarpe. The fall district meeting will be held Oct. 12 at the American Legion Building in Moline. Appointed delegates to this meeting were Mrs. Barnard White, Mrs. Harold Winters, Mrs. Francis Cook, Mrs. Frank Wilkinson and Mrs. Max Sanderson. Alternates chosen were Mrs. Fred Kirby, Mrs. John Ockert, Mrs. J. Charles Ranney, Mrs. William Jenkins and Mrs. Bruce Langford. Hostess committee for the evening: Mrs. James Adkisson, Mrs. Ben Anderson, Mrs. Nancy Humphrey, Mrs. Kenneth Rornine, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and Mrs. Evalyn Watt. Guild Has Program The Fellowship Guild of the KNOX VI LLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Montgomery Descendants Decide on Annual Reunions KNOXVILLE - The Francis Montgomery reunion was held at Visitors Are Entertained at Samaritan Home Y. T. Miao and C. W. Wang are guests of Dr. and Mrs. James D. Wang at the Knoxville Good Samaritan Nursing Home. Miao, geologist; banker and one of the iormer officials of the National Chinese government, is touring the country and visiting the pioneering centers of psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation, with the project of establishing an institution of living for ex- mental patients in ' cooperation with several leading psychiatrists of. New York City. C. W. Wang, who studied for his doctors degree in the field of international law at Columbia University, is the son of Dr. Shih Chieh Wang, former president of Wuhan University and former minister of foreign affairs. Dr. Wang presently is the research director of National Academy of Sciences in Taiwan, Free China. Galesburg State Research Hospital is one of the psychiatric institutions included in their tour list. PAINT SPECIALS SPRAY PAINT •lick or Aftf White GRADE A WHITE EXT. 2 Gal. Cans $^ QQ Only gal. INTERIOR WALL LATEX $ 3.33 Gal. NON-YEUOWING White Enamel 99c Qt. Point Thinner 95 £ Gal. Pan and Roller 98* y Newman Community Center with Ralph Chism Sr. chairman of this year's reunion in charge. It was voted to hold the re union on the second Sunday in September each year at the New man Center at 12 o'clock. Herman Stomberg was chosen as chairman for the next year, assisted by his wife and their daughters and families. Mrs. Richard LaFollette will arrange for children's entertainment. Those attending were Mrs Edna Stomberg, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stomberg, Penny and Jim, Bernard Stomberg, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stomberg, Mr. and Mrs. Hersal Stomberg, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stomberg and Jean Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gustafson, Bob and Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Eu gene Suydam and Angie, Bob Stomberg, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stomberg, Vicki and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chism Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chism Jr., Cindy and Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaFollette and Richard Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams, Rona and Kevin, William Peterson, Mrs. Pearl Nordwall and daughter, Mrs. Lola Prise. Other guests were Louis Os born and Lawrence Curtis. The oldest member present was William Peterson and the young est, Sherry Chism. There was one death and one birth reported. On Visit Mr. and Mrs. Roy Myers are visiting relatives in Ohio, also a World War I buddy of Myers Lindsey Herd in Fallmouth, Va. This will be their first meeting since they were discharged from service. M. I. Club M. I, Club will meet with Mrs. Herbert Hutchcroft, Monday afternoon at 2:15, THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS; IS IT AVAILABLE? YES!/Mutual £h OF OMAHA ^ggP' Mutual of Omaha Jniurance Co, Call me for full Information on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, offered by Mutual of Omaha, the company that insures more than I million 2QQ thousand senior citizens, R. I. THOMAS, MGR. 309 BO!"» BLPG. PH. 343-8583 VIEW DAMAGES—Officer Lcc Cuslcr and an unidentified spectator view damage to the porch and foundation of the Donald Wilson residence 167. Illinois Ave car driven by Tremont. „ which were struck today by a Everett N. Carter, 24, of rural First Baptist Church, meeting in the home of LaJune Lewis on Tuesday evening, had an interesting program, entitled "Let's Be Creative," presented by Marjorie and Mary Ruth Russell. Doris Harden led devotions. Program booklets were distributed and charts for recording progress of individual girls working on the Degree of the Rose. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will b Oct. 22 at the home of Doris Harden. Tells of Leader Dogs Paul Knowles, who represents the Leader Dog School at Rochester, Mich., was the featured speaker at the Roseville Lions Club Tuesday evening at the Tasty Grill. Knowles, who has been blind since birth, spoke of his experiences with the Leader Dog School. It requires four months to train a Leader Dog for a blind person. The school is always in need of more dogs to train. The speaker also discussed briefly the meaning of Lionism as a service organization and mentioned various projects that other Lions Clubs have under-, taken. During the business session it was announced that the annual candy sale is being planned for Oct. 11 and 12, the proceeds to be used to aid the blind. Thirteen regular members and three guests were present. Lion Bill Jahn was the winner of the attendance drawing. Class Reunion Held Roseville High School Class of 1913 held a reunion Sunday at Eldridge Park in Roseville with a dinner at noon in the shelter house. A special feature of the dinner was a cake baked by Mrs. Howard Bradley of Swan Creek bearing the decorative inscription "Happy Anniversary 1913-1963." Of the 35 members of this class 11 had passed on, 15 were present and letters were read from Mrs. Florence Wise Root of Redlands, Calif., Mrs. Hazel Davis Muir of Van Nuys, Calif., Reugh Fisher of Santa Monica, Calif., Mrs. Mildred Griffin Nelson of Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Grace Thayer Moore of Galesburg, Mrs. Grace Lowden Edmunds of Burlington, Iowa, and' Mrs. Reah Tinder Congdon of Monmouth. Those present were Dale Pittman of Oquawka, Mrs. Helen Yoho Perkings and guest, Mrs. prilla Anderson of Smithshire, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turnbull of Bushnell, Mrs. Agnes Taylor Davis of Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bradley of Swan Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hollenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Iva Kirkpatrick Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Young, all of Roseville. Attending Western With classes opening this week for the fall term at Western Illinois University in Macomb, many Roseville persons are enrolled. Among them are Lee Birdsell, John J. Ockert, Richard Miller, Steve Breckon, Kay Kidder, Marcia and Donna Schmidt, Kay Kirkpatrick, Janice Simonson, Charles Stevens, George and Jack Taylor, Ronald Ault, Richard Young, Linda Robeson, Blanche Baxter, Gary Hull, James Rochotte, Mrs. Mary Lynn Bullwinkle and Mrs. Mary Marks. Jim Conway of Berwick, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Conway, has been elected to represent Hursh Hall on the All-Student Government group at Western. In Hursh Hall, a residence housing 200 men students, Jim is a member of the public relations committee and a council member. He also is co-president of the WIU Baptist Student Movement, a member of the UCCM Core Group, and a member of the public relations sub-committee of the Student Union Board. He is a member of Delta Sigma Phi, national social fraternity on TICKET Information The Black Hills PASSION PLAY Sept. 29 & 30 Cali or Write Galesburg Register-Mail 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 !. FARMER We butcher all livestock, to your specifications. All your meats are freezer- wrapped in the exact sizes you prefer. Every package is labeled accurately for easy selection from the freezer. 0 Our prices are low! . . . Our butchers are experts! Call or come in today. SEE OUR FRESH FROZEN RETAIl MEAT CASE - LARGER SELECTION - BETTER DISPLAY. "Quality and Service Is Our Motto" CPY'Q PROCESSING r c 1 * SERVICE BERNARD FEY, Owner 104 W. Martin Phone 3447 Abingdon the campus. He is a graduate of Roseville High School. Roseville Announcements The Pairs and Spares Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church will meet Sunday at 5:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Boulware for a wiener roast. Drink and dessert will be furnished. The Roseville Woman's Club will have Guest Day at the meeting on Oct. 2, at 2 p.m. at the club building. A special program on "Coffee" is being planned. Roseville varsity football team will play Media at Roseville, Friday at 7:30 p.m. John Ramer has entered St. Ambrose College at Davenport as a freshman. Robert Kidder returned home on Saturday from the Monmouth Hospital where he was treated for injuries received in an automobile accident. The Science and Art Club will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. G. G. Neilson with Mrs. Everett Taylor assisting as hostess. Estin Allen recently returned from the Burlington Hospital where he submitted to surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hoffman and daughters Catherine and Margaret, of Peoria were guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Hoffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taylor. Mrs. Lester Thrasher, a niece (Continued on page 23) ABINGDON DOROTHY WMITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Addres* 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 Club Hears Report on YMCA ABINGDON—Theodore F. Stewart, Galesburg YMCA general secretary, in a talk at the Abingdon Kiwanis Club meeting Monday evening, reported that Galesburg YMCA will celebrate its 100th birthday in 1966. He traced the "Y" movement from its beginning in London, England, in 1844 to the present. George Williams, drapery shop clerk, conceived the idea and the speaker related how the first one was organized in America in 1851 at Boston, Mass. First YMCA in Illinois originated at Quincy. At present, 38 "Y" organizations are operating in Chicago, where the first one started in 1860. The YMCA on South Wabash in Chicago is the largest and strongest one in the world, he said. YMCA programs were explained, including the Indian Guide, Big Brother and canoe trips. More swimming lessons for fifth and sixth graders are being planned for 1964. Stewart began his 'career in 1930 at the Hannibal, Mo., YMCA Phil Bulkeley served as program chairman. A combined ladies night for Rotary and Kiwanis Club members will be in Methodist Church Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m. Kiwanis meeting for Sept. 23 will be eliminated. A roundtable was planned for Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. in Friendly Cafe. William Farr, Paul Olson, Merritt Jewel, Ralph Miseley and James Olson, Monmouth Kiwanis Club, were guests. Russell Reese, while on vacation, made up a meeting Sept. 10 at Grand Rapids, Minn. Attendance tabs were given Gene Sparks, one; Don Hogan, two, and Robert Stone, 15. Anyone desiring to assist in the United Fund Drive should contact George Castle, the club announced. 176th Anniversary Of Constitution Observed by DAR The 176th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States was observed Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Talmadge Wimer, where members of. Col. Jonathan Latimer Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, assembled for their first meeting following the summer recess. Mrs. V. B. Stockdale, chaplain, read from a book of meditations, recently compiled by the National DAR chaplain, Mrs. Charles M. Johnson of Monticello. Reports of two successful sum mer projects, the Fourth of July bell ringing and the backyard sale, were givc-n by committee chairmen. SHANKS Maxwell Street All day this Saturday on Abingdon sidewalks— Shanks will have lots of real baragins. J " $ 1.00 Coupon $ 1.00 1 I This coupon good for $1.00 on any ladies' • dress — except $2.98 cottons. I Void after Monday, September 23. ™ • $ 1.00 Coupon n .ooj S-T-R-E-T-C-H Ladies' Skirts Come in — try on the newest in ladies' skirts —55% fine wool, 45% stretch nylon — perfect fit — wrinkle free —• comfortable. OPEN FRIDAY ond SATURDAY NIGHTS New Shoes New shoes for the entire family —• all widths and sixes. EVERY PAIR GUARANTIED. All shoes fitted by EXPERIENCED SHOE SALESMAN. Dr. Scholls arch supports and feet relief aids. FREE PARKING SHANKS ABINGDON, ILLINOIS LOW PRICES Mrs. Martha Hardy, national defense chairman, urged members to be both "informed and informative" on matters of local, state and national government. She called attention to the radio program, "America, Wake Up," Sundays at 9 a.m. on station WRAM, Monmouth. The program is sponsored by the Illinois DAR and is narrated by Phyllis Schlafly of Alton., The program for the Abingdon session was given by Mrs. Robert Anderson, who presented a paper on the history of the U. S. Constitution. She told of the influence which the Magna Charta, the English Bill of Rights and the writings of John Locke, Montesquieu and Blackstone had on the drafting of the famous document. She emphasized that the founding fathers intended this government to be one of laws, rather than of men. Promotion Planned Abingdon merchants will sponsor a Maxwell Street Day Saturday on downtown sidewalks and in the stores. The event will begin in the morning and continue all day and evening. Bargains galore will be available. Various organizations will offer articles and baked goods for sale, in addition to merchandise provided by storekeepers. Leaves Hospital Mrs. Dorothy Wilson has returned to her home from Cottage Hospital, where she recently submitted to plastic surgery. Boat Club Members Hold Timber Outing Seventeen Abingdon Boat Club members and families numbering a total of 87 persons gathered in the Jack Lucas timber Sunday for an annual chicken and squirrel fry. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lagnese and family, Mrs. William Wiggins and family, Robert Erickson, Jennifer Sells and Larry Wherely. Following the meal, cards and handball were played while the children were directed in a nature hunt, with winning team composed of Cindy Bovard, Bruce Mor­ rison, Terry Flickinger and Terry Lucas. In charge of the event were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pruett, social chairmen. Churches Slate Abingdon Conclave The First Christian Church of Abingdon will be host for the district convention of Christian churches Sunday from 3 to 8 p.m. The district includes churches as far north as Janesville, Wis., and south as far as Abingdon, with the Tri-City Christian churches on the west border of District 1. Rev. Donald Hogan, host pastor, will preside at the opening worship service. Dr. Chester' Crow, head of the department of religion at Eureka College, will address the convention on "The Nature of the Faith of the Church.' The other afternoon speaker will be Rev. Kenneth Hooe, minister of the Rock Island Memorial Christian Church, who will consider "Our Witness to the Faith of the Church." Dinner will be served to the convention in the Fellowship Hall of the church by the members of the Christian Women's Fellowship. Arrangements will be supervised by Mrs. I. E. Anderson, Mrs. Harley Way and Mrs. Howard Prtiett. The youth bell choirs of the Galesburg Christian Church, under the direction of Dr. Harry Sikes, will present music at the evening service, at which time Dr. W. B. Blakemore, dean of the Disciples Divinity House of the University of Chicago, will address the convention on "Chui'ch Membership or Christian Ministry." Abingdon Bowling ABBE-ETTES LEAGUE Avon Savings & Losn Association, 11-5; Flower Shop, 10-6; Swim Queens, 10-6; Zimmer's, 10-6; Poland's Super Valu, 9-7; K of G, 9-7; Ray's Western Auto, 8-8; Rus- seU Reese Ins., 5-11; Ed's Standard Products, 5-11; C <S: R. 3-13. High team series, Ray's Western, 2777; high team game. Ed's Standard Product', 977. High individual series, Sally* Johnson, 589; high individual game, Sallye Johnson, 220. BE SURE TO COME TO ABINGDON MAXWELL STREET DAY SAT., SEPT. 21 PARRIS HARDWARE 104 E. Jackson Abingdon, III. STEREO PLAYER HEADQUARTERS PORTABLES $59.95 - $64.95 - $79.95 up CONSOLES Speciols from $89.95 up RCA VICTROLA CLASSICS on LONG PLAY $2.50 Mono - $3.00 Stereo -TOP SELLERS"45" • Blue Velvet • Part Time Love • Only in America • I Cried • Sally Go Round the Roses • Down at Papa Joes • Sugar Shack • Birthday Party • Wonderful Wonderful • More —Vic Dana • Abilene • My Boyfriend's Back • If I Had a Hammer • Elephant Walk • Mean Woman Blues • Bust Out • Be My Baby • A Walkin* Miracle • Honolulu Lulu • Busted —Ray Charles • That Sunday, That Summer t Something Old. Something New ALBUMS • The Second Barbara Streisand • James Brown at the Apollo • Recipe for Soul —Ray Charles • Hitsville U.S.A. • Surfin with the Astronauts • Blue Velvet —Bobby Vinton • Ring of Fire —J. Cash • Elvis Golden Records Vol. S • Just Kiddin' Around —Conniff & Butterfjeld • My Son, the Nut —Allen Sherman • Bye Bye Birdie • Ramblin —New Christy Minstrels • Night Beat —Sam Cooke Zenith Transistor Radios ZENITH CLOCK - REGULAR AM-FM AM-FM STEREO RADIOS Sale Bins of Stereo Records *\A9 - $ 3.19 • $ 3.98 The PLATTER 4

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