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Friday, Sept. 20, 1963 ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Groups Report on Sessions ABINGDON — The first meet ing of the Abingdon Grade School Parent - Teacher Association was at the school Wednesday. Dr. Jay Sandercock is the new president of the PTA. Mrs. Donald Hogan, program chairman, introduced Roscoe Scott who spoke of the financial concerns and receipts of the Abingdon schools. Scott introduced Robert Delahunt, principal of the grade school, who introduced all the regular and special teachers for the coming year. Room count was won by the first grade. Club Sets Goal At Abingdon Junior Woman's Club executive board meeting Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Bernard Dare, Mrs. W. M. Suydam, membership chairman, set 1963-64 new-member goal at 10 and urged each member to take a prospective member to the first meeting Sept. 24. At this time, Mrs. Carroll Blue, Farmington, will present a program on cake decorating, according to Mrs. Fletch Pearson, program chairman. Mrs. Pearson previewed forthcoming programs for the new year and announced new program books would be ready for distribution at the first meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, special projects chairman, reported progress- on investigation of several projects for the club during the coming year. Mrs. Darrell Ashley, ways and means chairman, reported on the baby contest and balloon sale conducted during the Fall Festival. She also announced Mrs. Fred Hensley winner of the two-day Chicago trip, in lieu of which Mrs. Hensley accepted $100. Chairmen Elected The Anna Circle of the Christian Women's Fellowship met in the church parlor. The following chairmen were elected for the coming year: study, Mrs. Donald Adcock; service, Mrs. David Bliss; worship, Mrs. Paul Sellers, and. Mrs. Verna Clark, membership. Mrs. Robert Olinger Jr. is secretary-treasurer. Mrs. David Adcock presented the study session on "Church Spires in City Skylines." Mrs. Donald Hogan was in charge of the worship during which Mrs. Clifford Grimes and Mrs. Stanley Olinger sang a duet. Mrs. Bryan Moore announced that the circle will serve refreshments -for the general meeting of Christian Women's Fellowship, Sept. v 26 at 7:30 p.m., at which time Mrs. Louise Shawver will speak on "Narcotics." Club Plans Observance At Abingdon Business and Professional Women's Club Federation night meeting Tuesday in Friendly Cafe, Mrs. Mary Jane Cruiser announced plans for Business Woman's Week, Oct. 6-12, when a window in the business district will be decorated. Oct. 6 at 8;30 a.m., a breakfast will be served in Friendly Cafe following which all members will attend church. Oct. 7, at 2 p.m. in Friendly Cafe, club members will greet state officer caravan with a coffee hour. Announced was fall district meeting Oct. 20 in Farmington High School. Reservations are being requested made by Oct, 14 with Mrs. Nora Paull. The club gave $100 to the nursing home fund. Final plans were made for the annual chuck wagon dinner Sept. 28 at 5 p.m. in Abingdon Grade School all-purpose room. Meet in Galcsburg Cashman Club Wednesday was hosted by Mrs. Gladys Shepherd at her home in Galesburg. Game prizes went to Mildred Erwin, high; Mrs. Ruby Kelley, low; Mrs. Nelle Dunlap, special. Fish Sandwich BASKET Including: French Fries JiC %t& and Cole Slaw__ *t7jC (This price good any time) Phone 116 for faster carry out service ROUTE 41 DAIRY BAR ABINGDON Abingdon News Briefs Roy Sloan and Charles Lee re cently served as Alton Box Board Co. representatives at a United Paper Makers and Paper Work ers convention in Miami, Fla Sloan is Alton Box Board Co. un ion recording secretary and Lee served as delegate. Mr. and Mrs. Menno Kennel, Waukegan; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leiferman and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Talmadge, Moline, recently were guests in the Earl Hamlin home. Mrs. Talmadge is a sister of Mrs. Hamlin and Mrs. Leiferman, a sister of Hamlin. Mr. and Mrs. John Landon Jr. and children, Jeffrey, Julie and Jill, Arcadia, Calif., left today for their home following a 10-day visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hamlin and Mr. and Mrs. John Landon Sr., and other relatives and friends in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Landon are former Abingdon residents and he is now associated with All-State Insurance Co. at Pasa dena. Abingdon Bowling ALLEYCATS LEAGUE Avalon Recreation (Avon), 13-3; Pottery No. 1, 12-4; L. & E. Billiards, SH-i-G'/i; Lamberti's Producers, 9-7; Pottery No. 2, T/x-S'/y, Abbe Lanes, 7-9; Master Mix, 7-9; Legion, 7-9; Black's Standard (Avon), 5-11; Bob's Service, 3-13. High team series, Pottery No. 1, 2616; high team game, Pottery No. 1, 909. High individual series, Harold Nott, 554; high individual game, Terry Andrews, 217. Altona Mothers Greet Guests ALTONA — World War II Mothers were entertained Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Ruth Keener. Eleven members were present. Mrs. Maybelle Johnson, a former charter member, and Mrs. Alice Nyman were guests. The district meeting to be held at Colona St. Patrick Church was announced. Jennie Lofgren reported that two boxes of completed articles were sent to veteran hospitals valued at $52 and $15. It was announced that the unit will serve Lion Club suppers Nov 12, Feb. 25 and May 26. Plans were made to observe the 20th anniversary of the unit later this fall. A sewing meeting will be held Oct. 1 at the Kufus Commu nity Building. Wilhelm to Start SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPI) - Tom Wilhelm, a 260-pound junior from Cleveland, will start at right tack le in Syracuse University's open er against Boston College on Saturday, it was announced today by coach Ben Schwartzwalder. Baldwin Organs For Only $^50 PER WEEK We Will 1. Put on Organ in Your Home. 2. dive You One Private Lesion o Week 3. Furnish All Music Materials. Phone Ed Breuer — 343-6914 13tt N. Htndffrteii St. Galesburg Williamsfield PTA Opens New Year WILLIAMSFIELD - Teachers of Unit District 210 and their families were invited guests at a reception and supper sponsored by the PTA Sept. 16 in the school cafeteria. PTA president, Mrs. Gordon Wight, read the objectives of the Parent-Teacher Association. Supt. Dorman R. Ford introduced the teachers in the Williamsfield and Dahinda schools and room count was taken. Winner of the $2.50 monthly award, given by the PTA, was the sophomore class. Mrs. Harold Doubet, sponsor for the National Honor Society, announced that organization fundraising event, a paper-back book fair the last two weeks in October. John Picrson, chairman of the budget and finance committee, announced two projects for the group. A donation of $125 is being made to the high school physical education department to buy equipment for use in the physical fitness program. As a long-range project, the purchase of a public address system to be used in both gyms was approved. Estimate of the cost given by Victor Dean was $341. Traces Programs Program Chairman Victor Dean gave a resume of the forthcoming programs and announced that program booklets would be given out at the October meeting, when Rev. Phillip Snider will be the guest entertainer. Mrs. Levi Endress, chairman of the health committee, announced the cost of last year's program as $105 and asked the cooperation of members in immunization, eye and ear examinations, and physical checks for the coming year. Ray Zarvell spoke of the added interest in the band and the increase in the number of beginner band members. The band is in need of a new tuba. The vocal departmciit, under Mrs. King, has begun a project of new choral robes. At present they have three over half the needed robes, or 29. The high school band will participate in the High School Band Day in Peoria Oct. 26, in connection with Bradley U's Band Day. Mrs. George Stevens Sr., PTA magazine subscription chairman, spoke of the merits of the magazine and was on hand to take subscriptions. Mrs. Sam Tucker and Mrs. Lonie Way were the room mothers in charge of arrangements for the supper. Union School Groups Meet BIGGSVILLE — An organization meeting of the Union High School chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was held recently in the cafeteria. New officers introduced themselves to the members. Each member wrote down suggestions for the theme for the coming year and filled out participation sheets. Union High School's agriculture department held its first meeting of the year recently and elected officers. Leonard Anderson was named president; Don McCabe, vice president; Gary Oaks, secretary; William Wood, treasurer, and McCabe, student council representative. The trip to the farm progress show Sept. 25 was also announced. KNOX VILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Junior Woman's Club Will Accent Youth This Season KNOX VILLE — "Accent on Youth" is the theme of the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club for the 1963-64 club year members were told at the first meeting of the season. Tuesday night's meeting was federation night with special guests Mrs. M. F. Cline, 15th district president, Mrs. Gordon Wakey, 15th district junior director; Mrs. M. C. Webber, Knox County president; Mrs. Gene Sherman, president of the Yates City Junior Woman's club, and Mrs. Richard Lindstrom, state junior Lincoln Lodge chairman, attending and addressing the club. Prior to the business meeting Anna Meir gave a resume of her week at the Western Illinois University Music Camp this summer. She and four other Knoxville High School girls attended in June with the assistance of three scholarships, one of which was provided by the Junior Club. Betsy Anderson, violinist; Marsha Brown, cellist, and Ann Simkins, pianist then played for the group. Miss Anderson, Miss Simkins, Marion Srwgeon and Judy Tapper attended the camp. The awarding of music scholarships to talented students is part of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs music department program. Hostesses for refreshments were Mrs. Robert Sherwood, chairman, Mrs. Gerald Lambert, Mrs. Eugene Suydam and Mrs. Lloyd Wolf. Mrs Don Gossick was chairman of the program committee which planned the year's program during the summer months. Assisting on her committee were Mrs. Mick Lacy, Mrs. James Hutchcroft, Mrs. Ralph Brown and Mrs. Earl Presley. Arrests Ordered Motorists of Knoxville are re- Harvey Won't Retire MONTREAL (UPD-Doug Harvey, 38-year-old defenseman of the New York Rangers, said today he has no plans to retire and is looking forward to a good season. Harvey said that he will report to the Rangers' training camp Sunday or Monday. named song leaders, and Gerrie Peck, program leader. New members include Gary Clark, Barbara Peck and Kirk Sanford. The next meeting will be held Oct. 21. minded that city wheel tax stickers are' past due and must be purchased at once. Police have orders to arrest persons who do not have these stickers displayed on their cars or trucks. The stickers may be purchased at Carlson's Hardware, Whitworth and Moore Mobil Station or at the home of the city clerk, George Moore, 409 E. North St. Girls for Hire G.A.A.. Hobo Day will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Girls will divide into teams of two to four and go from house to house, doing odd jobs. No price will be placed on the services. The residents of the home will decide the amount to be given to the organization. All girls of the G.A.A. are to meet at the Verner apartment before going to work. Jobs will be assigned. A prize will be awarded to the team receiving the most money. Persons may call 289-9301 on Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Elect Officers Officers of the Sunny 4-H Club were elected at a meeting at Glisson Community Center Wednesday evening. Officers are Don Moffitt, president; Cheryl Dugan, vice president; Carolyn Stephenson, secretary; Wayne Stephenson, reporter; Mike Spencer, program chairman; Jim Kerr and Leslie Weech, council members; Bill Kerr, treasurer, and Phil Johnson, recreation chairman. A dessert luncheon was served with the Dean Johnson family as hosts. Members were reminded of the free skating party Sept. 30. The next meeting will be a wiener Commercial & Domeitic Fire Insurance Ask Aboul OUT Home Own -f •ri Policy Plan. Huff Insurance Phon* 342-3414 220 Hill Arcad* DeLong 4-H'ers Elect Officers DeLONG — Officers were elected at the Sept. 16 meeting of the DeLong Livestock 4-H Club. Officers include Robert Bailey, president; Mary Beth Bates, vice president; Pat Conover, secretary; Craig Sanford, treasurer; Gary Bowman, reporter, and Ann Adolphson and Cheryl Lundberg, recreation leaders. Judy Moorehead and Becky McWilliams were Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN GALESBURG HAWTHORNE PBUG COMPANY -* tout 40cm n- HA vi n- Mail Orders Accepted^/ IN ADVANCE OF TICKET OFFICE OPENING! # So that you may have Ilrst choice of seats before regular box office sale starts. Send letter GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie stating number and price of seats desired and choice I of performance. Enclose | check or money order together with a stamped, self- addressed envelope for Send letter to the Mail Orders Get Priority Telephone Reservations Accepted at GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie St. Phone 342-5161 Clip This Coupon and Mail Right Nowl GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL, 140 S. Prairie St. Enclosed is check • Money Order • Exchange i Ticket • for seats at $. 1 each for performance of S • Mat - • Nite ( 2nd choice ) Date, a Name 2 Address • City— tmm Sponsored by the Phone- GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL September 29 & 30 at the CAIESBURC HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM SUNDAY MATINEE - SEPT. 29 - 2:30 P.M. EVENINGS - 8 P.M. PRICES $2.75 • $2.20 - $1.60 Tas Included STUDENT MATINEE - MONDAY. SEPT. 30 - 12:45 P.M. PRICES 75c Tax Included [Mai. Order and Exchange Ticket Reservations Accepted Now roast Oct. 16 with the Dugan family as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mann of Williamsfield and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pennington 6f rural Knoxville have returned from a 2,600-miIe trip through 10 southeastern states. Places of interest visited were Churchill Downs at Louisville, Ky., Mammouth Cave, Smoky Mountains, Jefferson's Home at Monticello, and a hand-blown glass factory in West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sever of Niles, Mich., were overnight guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Housh at DeLong. Mrs. Betty Shreeves is convalescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gardie Keith after undergoing surgery at St. Mary's Hospital. Enters Home Mrs. Goldie Cahill has been taken from Cottage Hospital to St. Martha's Home. Gilson Community Church — Thelma Case, pastor. Sermon, "The Leaves Come Tumbling Down." Sunday school 10 a.m. The first in a brief series of classes on church membership will be taught during the Sunday school hour. Ladies Aid Society Wednesday afternoon. Christian — ArVid Oleson, pastor. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. "The Purpose of the Church." Bible study and discussion Wednesday 7 p.m. Choir practice following at 8 p.m. Methodist — Miles Jackson, pastor. Newly organized junior choir rehearsal Saturday 11 a.m. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Worship services 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sermon topic, "It Couldn't Be Done." MYF District Rally at Moline Sunday afternoon. Choir rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Sarah English Circle at the church Thursday 2 p.m. Lutheran — Arne E. Peterson, pastor. Confirmation Saturday 10 a .m. Church school 9:45 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Sermon topic, "Living Life." Churchmen meeting at the church Tuesday 8 p.m. Mary Unit of LCW meet at the home of Mrs. Helen Gehring and Mrs. Imogene Butt. Choir rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Public examination of the class of confirmands Thursday 7 p.m. First United Presbyterian — Howard Bailey, pastor. Church school 9:45 a.m. Divine worship 11 a. n. Sermon subject, "Bible Birdseed Picker." All Presbytery Conference at Monmouth Sunday 3 p.m. Circle III will meet at the church Tuesday 7:45 p.m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday 7 p.m. Christian Education Committee at 8 p.m. Elders meet at the church Thursday 8 p.m. Jehovah's Witnesses— No meet- THERE'S NOTHING LIKE SOFT WATER • For Laundry • For Bath • For Kitchen With an WATER 'SOFTENER Galesburg Soft Water Co. Phone 343-9068 175 N. Cherry Galesburg, III. ings this Week due to District As* sembly of Circuit No. 3 at Moline. Dinner Party A belated birthday dinner was held at the home of Mr; and Mrs. Alvin Webster in Knoxville Sunday for Mrs. Webster's sisters. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Law, Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hornbeck Avon, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Foster and son and Mrs. Arzella Marchant, Yates City, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sandall, Verna and Jane of Norris and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sandall, Barbara and Marietta and Miss Doris Shreeves of Knoxville. Movies of summer vacation trips were shown in the evening. 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