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Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, 111. Saturday, Sept. 21, 1963 7 8EV£N?S DAY ADVEftTlBJ 847 Blame Av« H Hampton wtuto. patter Services Saturday: Sabhatn sehool 9:30: Dreaehlnc 11 CALVARY CHURCH—ASSEMBLY OF OOD 866 E. South St. H J Waiterman Jt pMtot Sunday school 10; morning wor- shlp, 9; YJ» 6:30: evening eerv- lcej 7:30. BAP 1181 ALLEN PARK BAPTIST Affiliated with Southern Baptist Convention. Kenneth v Howell oaator 1701 Mulberry St. Bible school, 9:45: vorsnip service 10:45; B.T.U.. «50j evening service 7:30. BtilHANX BAPTIST (Associated with O.A.R.B.C.). Dr. Paul Taasell. oastor 373 E. Simmons Si. Sunday school 9:49; morning service, 10:55; evening service 1; Youth Fellowship, o; midweek Bible study and prayer Wednesday 7:30 BETH b,!. BAPTIST Donald G Peterson Dasrtor ll!)fi N Academv St Bible school, 9:30; worship, 10:30; evening gospel service 7 Poet highs and seniors at 8:30. BETHESDA BAPTIST Whltesboro streei and Grand avenue Robert E. Morgan. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11; midweek service Wednesday 7 30. BIBLE BAPTIST Clifford Dartt, pastor. Corner of Brooks and Lombard streets. Sunday school, 10; morning worship, 11, gospel Dreaching; evening service, 7 30: Bible studv Wednesday 730 FIRST BAPTIST (American Baptist Convention) Cherry and Tompkins Streets. Malcolm G. Shotwell, pastor; John D. Kern, associate pastor. Worship at 10:30; church school, 0:30, classes for all ages with continuous nursery and kindergarten care until 11:30. HENDERSON STREE'l BAPTIST (Independent Fundamental) Henderson and North rtreeta. William Thurber 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; mornm." worship. 10:45; evening service. 730. BIBLE MISSIONARY 1646 Moshier Ave Larry Roberts, pastor. Sunday school. 9:30; morning worship service. 10:30; Young people's meet. 6:45: evangelical service. 730. GRACE BIBLE 714 E. Fremont St. David Funk pastor. Bible school, 10: morning worship 11; evening service. 7. Midweek services. Wednesday 730 APOSTOLIC TABERNACLE 562 W. North St. Affiliated with United Pentecostal Church. Roy Mast, pastor Sunday school. 10: worship, 11; evening service, 130 Wednesday Bible study 7:45 CATHOLIC CORPUS CHRIST! CATHOLIC Prairie and South streets A B. Curran pastor: Anthony Lane, J. Callanan, assistants. Sunday Masses. 6 7 a. 9.io and 11 Holy days. 8, 1 8 and 9; evening Masses, every Wednesday, Hrsl Friday and Holy day at 6:15 IMMACULATE HEART Of MARY CATHOLIC At end of North Broad streei tn school chapel J E. Lohan pastor: Klchara Slavish, Thomas Kimball and William J. Stratman assistants Sunday Masses at 6, 7 8, 9. 10, 11 a. m. and 12 noon; daily Masses at 6:15 and 8 a. m.; evening Masses at 5-3,0 on Holy Days and first Fridays. SAINT PATRICK'S CATHOLIC John Horan, pastor; Joseph Mac- Poland, assistant. South Academy and West Third streets. Sunday Masses, 8, 8, 10 and 11 <t. m.: daily Masses, 6:30 a. m. except Saturdays and first Friday 530 p. m. St. Joseph's Convent, 830 a. m. except Saturday. 7 am. CHURCH Of CHRIST 955 Lawrence Ave* Forrest Shaffer evangelist. Bible studv 3 45; mornfnR worship 10:45; evening worship, 730: Thursday Bible study 730 CHURCH OB CHRIST 1591 E. Losey St. Bible study, 10; morning worship 11; evening service 730 FIRST CHRISTIAN James E Smith minister North Broad and North streets Sunday school. 030: worship services 10-45 DIRECTORY of QALESBURQ CHURCHES ADVENT CHRISTIAN Donald Mace, oastor 1673 N Seminary St. Sunday school, 9:45; worship, }1; evening service, 7. Wednesday prayer service. 7 30. FIRST CHURCH Of CHRIST SCIENTIST Broad and Losey streets Sunday school and services 11; Wednesday 8 Reading room 56 S Prairie St (MISSOURI SYNOD)_ MT. CALVARY LUTHER. AM COVENANT Dayton and Jefferson streets. G. Harold Ahlbcrg, pastor. Sunday school at 10. Worship at 11, Junior and senior high youth at 5:30 p. m. Evening service at 7. CONGREGATIONAL CENTRAL CONGREGATIONAL W. T. Lippert, minister. Southwest corner of Public Square. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST, EAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL Main and Whltesboro streets. Leon Wilhite minister. Church school 9:45: worship services 11 GRACE EPISCOPA) 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. KVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN Dale Catltn pastor Sunday school. 9:30; worship service 8:30 and 10:30 KVANGEL I'E'MTLE Ira L. Bevard oastor K2 Illinois Ave. Sunday school, 10; worship, 11; evangelistic service. 7:30 Thursday Bible studv and prayer 7:30 CHURCH OF GOD 1530 Brown Ave. Ernest Moates pastor. Sunday school 10; morning worship. LI; young people's meeting 8:30: evangelistic service 730 Wednesday Drayei meeting 730: YPE service. 7 30: lunlor YPE meets in small auditorium FIRST CHURCH OF OOD 1614 E. Knox St. Henry A Stamm, oastor Sunday school 9:45; morning worship, 10 «5: evening vespers 7; vouth activities 8:15 CHURCH OF OOD IN CHRIST 857 W Berrien St. Sunday school 10: morning worship tl 30 THE ISRAEL OF GOD'S CHURCH THE W.H.A Corner Knox and Holton streets Elder Dewel Taylor, pastor Sundav Mass. 10:30; Sunday school 0: evening worship. 6. Friday Testimonial and orayer service. 7 CHURCH OF .lESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 360 F. Ferris St Donald E Pont, oranch president. Pripsthood meeting 8:30: Sunday school 10: Sacrament <?erv'ee 8:30 ruesday Women? Relief society 7:30 Wednesday Mutua Improvement Association 7 30 Saturday Primary 10 rtEORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER- DAY SAINTS 53 N Henderson St Thomas Poplett, pastor. Church school 9-45: miming worship. 11: evening service. 7. UN 1V ERSALIST- UNITARIAN Woman's Club. North Prairie and Fqst Grove Streets On vacation until Sept. 8. LUTHERAN FIRST LUTHERAN Seminary and Waters streets. Ordell W. Peterson, pastor: Rev. Robert W. Kinas, new assistant pastor. Worship and church school at 9:30 and 11. TRINITY LUTHERAN Kellogg and Ferris streets. Constant R. Johnson, pastor; Donald A. Fultz, intern Worship at 0, 10-10 (junior church), 11. Junior Sunday school, nursery through sixth grade, 9; senior Sunday school grades 7-12 and adults at 10:10. 1372 W. Fremont St James Agee, pastor. Two morning church services, 8 and 10:30. Sunday school 9:15. Evening service last Sunday at the month at 7 30. Holy Com- munlon first Sunday of the month at 8, second Sunday at 10:30 and last Sunday at 730. METHODIST ALLEN CHAPSL A. M. A. 153 8. Tompkins St. i W Cotton, pastor Sunday school. 5:16; morning wot ship. 10:45: Christian Endeavor 4 evangelistic servic* 7 30 super vised nursery during service* Midweek prayet and Bible clear Wednesday 1 30 EMMANUEL METHODIST Kellogg and Waters streets. Ralph H. Dude, pastor Sunday school, 1$ morning worship, 11; Methodist Youth Fellowship. 6:30. FIRST METHODIST Northwest corner Kellogg and Ferris streets. Joseph C. Hoffman, pastor; Orin Watson, minister of education. Sunday school, 9:45; two worship services at 8:45 and 11 iViCCOLLUM eitCLkiUUlirr Perry Bishop, pastor. Seminary ano Fourth street* Worship. 9; Sunday school, 10. WfcSLEYAN METHODIST M. J. Bailie, paste*. 857 N. Farnham St. Sunday school, 9:45*. morning worship, 11; evening fellowship hour 7. FIRST CHURCH OF TITS NAZARENE Webster and Elm street*. Floyd H. Pounds, pastor. Sunday school, 930; morning worship, 10:30: NYPS 6:15: evangelistic service, 7. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: Missionary meeting first Wednesday of each month eAHH CHURCH OS fHE NAZARENE Monroe and jen.aro streets. Arthur lurnsldo, pastor. Sundav school, 9:45: morning worship, 10:50; NYPS 6:45; evangelistic service. 730. FIRST CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE tfa6 W Losey St. Weldon Davis 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. f tWXtCOSTi»L FULL GOSPEL PENTECOSTAL 719 W. Knox St D. H. Walker pastor. Sunday school, 9:45: Praise service 2:30. evangelistic service 730. DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE 260 N. Chambers St. A. D Snyder pastor Sunday school. 9:45; worship, 11: evangelistic service, 7:30. Wednesday midweek service 730 JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 426 S. Chambers St. Sunday Public talk 3; watchtowei study, 4:15. Thursday Ministry school 7:30: service meeting 830 LIVING WAY BIBLE CENTER 74 S Seminary St Dorothy O'Connor. Rachel Stroops. Adelaide Carter evangelists Sunday school. 10; worsnip, 11; evening service. 730 Thursday service. 7 30 FOURSQUARE GOSPEL East South and Pearl streets. James Uhler, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45: morning worship, 11; Crusaders, 6:30; evangelistic service, 730. Wednesday midweek service. 7:30. Saturday men's Drayer meeting 7:30 PILGRIM HOLINESS 137 Arnold St icomei of Summit) J. S. Weeldon, pastor. Sunday school, (-45. morning worship. 10:45; Pilgrim vouth service 7; evangelistic service, 730 Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 30 RESCUE MISSION 66 Public Square. John Grassley, acting superintendent. 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 8:45, 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 Ladles Home League Thursday at 1:30. FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Prairie and Ferris streets. Kermit W. Petersen and Joseph R. Boatwright, ministers. Church school, 9:30; worship, 11. JEWISH Temple Sholom Monroe and Wert North streets. Californians Honored at Wataga Affair WATAGA — A total of 52 relatives gathered recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hendricks in Wataga for a potluck dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nelson and son Winn of Long Beach, Calif. Nelson is the oldest son of Mrs. Gladys Nelson of Wataga. Mrs. Nelson is the former Margaret Coffey of Galesburg. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hendricks and family, Mrs. Joyce Dennis and family, Mrs. Gladys Nelson, Wataga; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and Lois Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryner, Mrs. Lola Suess, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mohr, Dewey Townsend, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl King and family, Galva. Others present were Dr. and Mrs. James Nelson and family, Pontiac; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. David Corbin and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Corbin and daughter, East Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Corbin and family, Knoxville. READ THE WANT ADS! DOES GALESBURG NEED TO LICENSE MORE PEDDLERS OF POISON? A FRANK, HONEST FACTUAL MESSAGE ON THE "BLIGHT OF BOOZE" SUNDAY, 10:30 A.M. Everyone Invited — HENDERSON STREET BAPTIST Henderson end Nprth St*. Return From Missouri Trip George Tapp, 1447 Lane Ave., agent for John Hancock Mutual Insurance Co., and Mrs. Tapp recently returned from Excelsior Springs, Mo., where Mr. Tapp attended conferences of the southwest regional honor club of the company, Tapp won the four-day trip for himself and his wife in company competition. The Tapps drove to Excelsior Springs where they were guests at the Sheraton-Arms Hotel. Following morning conferences guests were free to enjoy golf, horseback riding, swimming and sightseeing. A poolside cocktail party was followed by a banquet Saturday night and the conference ended with luncheon on Sunday. First Baptist Banquet to Open Dedication Services MTHE BIBLE B j SPEAKS J | TO YOU B SUNDAY - 7:45 A.M. WGIl - 1400 kc This Week's Christian Science Program "If Your Life Has Been A Disappointment" Dr. R. Clalbourne Johnson Rev. E. A. Andersen An all • church banquet Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. will kickoff a week of special dedication services at First Baptist Church. Feature attraction of the week will be an open house Sept. 29 at 4 p .m. The activities are to be held in recognition of the church's newly completed educational unit and sanctuary. A dinner will be held in the new fellowship hall of the education building at 6:30 p.m. Guest speaker for the evening will be Rev. E. A. Andersen, pastor of First Baptist Church of LaGrange. His topic will be "See You in Church." Representatives of Galesburg Construction Co., and Studio of Potente, Kenosha, Wis., com- panys employed in First Baptist's building program, will be introduced. G. W. Henderson, chairman of the building committee, will deliver several remarks. The Illinois Baptist State Convention will be represented at the dinner by Rev. Harold Schlink of Princeton. Former Pastor to Speak Rev. Ward Gage, former pastor of the church from 1955-1962, will deliver the sermon Sunday, Sept. 29, during worship. Formal dedication of the sanctuary and educational unit and an open house will be held at 4 p.m. There will be an academic processional and Mayor Robert Cabeen, Blaine Gorham, president of the Galesburg Council of Churches, and Rev. James Smith, president of the Knox County Ministerial Association, will extend their congratulations. Other local clergymen are expected to participate in this service. The keynote address will be delivered by Dr. R. Claibourne Johnson of Waukegan, vice president of the American Baptist Convention, and former pastor of the local church from 1939-1946. His topic will be "It is Now No Longer Yours." Other dignitaries to be on hand will be Donald Ashlock, vice moderator of the Peoria Baptist Association, and Dr. Albert Gernenz, executive secretary of the Illinois Baptist State Convention. The final day of events will be Wednesday, Oct. 2. An all-church chapel hour will be held at 7 p.m in the new memorial chapel at which time the memorial committee, headed by Ward Mariner, will announce and present for dedication memorial gifts totaling better than $15,000. Dr. Joseph Hoffman, pastor of First Methodist Church, will be the speaker. WAC Non-Com Is Visitor at Fairview FAIRVIEW —First Sgt. Marcy Phupps, who serves with the WAC Detachment at West Point, is spending several days visiting friends and relatives here. Sunday, she and Mrs. Ina Phipps of Farmington, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berwyn Phipps and family. Miss Verna Schornick of St. Paul, Minn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Helen Grimm. Mrs. J. C. McCombs has returned home from spending a month with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Fisher, in Chicago. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. James Betar, were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Maloof. Mrs. N. Maloof, Mrs. Lizzie Stevens, Mrs. Lizzie Moses of Peoria. Eldon Harden of Naperville was a business caller in Fairview this week. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Harden spent Sunday in Peoria with their daughter Miss Norma Mae Harden. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Verlie Wright were Miss Verna Schornick of St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. Helen Grimm and Mrs. Mayme Groom. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Locke attended the Kewanee PCA meeting Saturday in Kewanee. Mrs. Nina Daley entertained the Pinochle Club Saturday. Guests in the Galen Mitchell home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bell, Avon, and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bell, Yates City. PTA Convenes The PTA meeting was held at the Grade School Thursday. Second grade won the room count and gave a skit on health hints. Mrs. Gourley presented a program on physical fitness and had several junior high students give demonstrations. PRESENT BIBLE — Children of First Baptist Church in the church's new memorial chapel as they present to Rev. Malcolm Shotwell, in a Sunday service, a lectern Bible for use in the chapel. The children had anticipated this service for several weeks as they brought their pennies, nicklcs and dimes to purchase the gift for their church. Children participating in the service were Donna Shotwell, Blythe Kerr, Jeffrey Yourison, Mary Harper, Ronnie Pearson, Susan Snodgrass, Diane Thompson and Steven Yourison. Temple Sholom Greets New Student Rabbi From Ohio Michael L. Abraham, 25, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is the new student rabbi at Temple Sholom in Galesburg. While conducting services in Galesburg at the temple once every two weeks, he will stay at the Custer Inn. According to practice, he will serve as a student rabbi for one year. In addition to holding services in Galesburg, he will continue his schooling at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati where he is beginning his fourth year of schooling. He was graduated in 1959, from John Hopkins University at Baltimore where he majored in physics and mathematics. His wife is a nursing instructor at the University of Cincinnati. The couple has no children. Abraham was born in New York, but spent most of his life in Baltimore. He served as a student rabbi in London for one year. He was one of two students from the Hebrew Union College chosen for this honor. Abraham also conducted a tour in Europe and Israel for young people. During High Holy Days, he served as a student rabbi in a temple in Sherman, Tex. Milwaukee Braves Manager Bobby Bragan quit as an..active player with a World Series batting average of 1.000. He doubled to drive in a run for the Brooklyn Dodgers in his only series plate appearance in 1947. Michael L. Abraham The champion Yankees won their season series with the Detroit Tigers, 10 games to 8. When Ted Kluszewski hit 49 home runs in 1954 he was the first Cincinnati Red to lead the National League in homers since Frank Odwell turned the trick with nine in 1905. Former major league'"outfielder Al Zarilla is now a scout for the Cincinnati Reds in California. Dial A Devotion A Thought And A Prayer To Help You DIAL 343-3119 I A tervice provided by the Board of Deacons FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Prairie and FerrU Street! Galesburg, IllinoU Catholic Critic Sees Signs Of Change on the Horizon By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer Paul Blanshard, long-time hurler of thunderbolts against Roman Catholic policies, today finds cause for tempering his criticisms with commendations. He sees harbingers of change on the horizon. "There are signs that the Roman Catholic Church is shifting toward a belief in real religious liberty," he s;iicl. "It seems to be moving toward a commitment to freedom." This contrast.'; considerably with past appraisals in which Blanshard has pictured the chur h'.s OphiemArea Youth Wins Scholarship OPIIIEM - Randall W. Larson, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Larson of Oxford Township, has been awarded a $300 scholarship to the University of Illinois as announced by C. D. Smith, assistant dean at the College of Agriculture at the University. The scholarship is provided by the UIF Clara Shaw scholarship fund. Uirson, a sophomore at the college, plans to study veterinary medicine. Ophicm Briefs The Roger Norberg family of Ophicm moved Saturday to their farm east of Ophicm, which they purchased recently. M1ss Carol Harris has assumed duties at the Moline Public Hospital School of Nursing. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harris of Ophiem. Roger Miller, a graduate of Al- Wood High School, Woodhull, has enrolled at the Blackhawk Junior College, Moline. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Miller here. Mrs. Arthur Ossian entertained guests at a brunch Wednesday. Attending were Mrs. Otis Peterson, Mrs. Almeda Samuelson, Mrs. R. H. Ossian, Mrs. Chester Gordon and son Blair, Mrs. Ada Anderson, Mrs Leo Swanson and children, Jeffry and Susan; Mrs. Glenn Anderson of Alpha and Mrs. John Hesse and daughter Ann of Hinsdale. Mrs. Hes.se and Ann were en route to Iowa City, where her daughter, Martha, is attending Iowa State University school of nursing. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Demler attended the funeral Friday for Miss Mattie Cope of near Burlington. Miss Cope was an aunt of Mrs. Demler. Mrs. Victor Swanson left Saturday for a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Ross in Dixon. Paul Ross had been spending the summer with his grandparents, the Victor Swansons, Ophiem. Monday he began work at the East Moline State Hospital as psychiatric aide. Mrs. Leo Swanson attended a postnuptial shower honoring her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Thompson Friday in Matherville. Mr. and Mrs. Thurc Carlson and son Edward of Woodhaven, N. Y., returned home Friday after a 10-day visit here with their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Olson and son David. Luther Leaguers of Grace Lutheran Church planned a Hal- oween party Thursday night at a meeting. Rodney Johnson, Gregory Miller, Duane Curry, David Nelson and Rodney Engstrom were appointed in charge of the party. traditional positions as contrary to democratic principles. "There are hopeful elements of a progressive trend in the church," he said. "There is a new attitude of personal cordiality which is much better than the potty, old hostilities." Tn Blanshard's view, the church still needs to make many readjustments, to implement specifically the newly developing outlook, and he foresees harmful tensions in Catholic demands for tax aid to parochial schools. Blanshard, a lawyer, author and onetime public official, was on hi.s way !.o Rome this week, to take in the second session of the Vatican Ecumenical Council, opening Sept. 29. The first session last year loosed new currents In the church. At 71, he is an alert, relaxed man, as courtly as his trim mustache and tweedy suit, and as personally genial in manner as he often has been slashing in his thrusts at Catholicism. A new book by Blanshard, "Religion and the Schools," is being published by Beacon Press Oct. 2, and compared to some of his previous works, such as the controversial "American Freedom and Catholic Power," he says: "I've tried harder to be objective. It's fully as critical of Protestants as Catholics. If there is any hero of the book, it is the U.S. Supreme Court." He traces a history of glaring discrimination against Catholics through Protestant-oriented public school observances, of anti-Roman history books, and of Catholic children sometimes expelled, even flogged, in the last century. In the past approach to separation of church and state, he told this interviewer, Protestants have been "more frequent violators" than Catholics in using the schools —an arm of the state—to promote their religion. On the other hand, Blanshard, with characteristic bluntness, assails efforts of Catholic leaders to secure government funds for church schools. "They want to change the whole tax system," he asserted. A native of Ohio, Blanshard was once a New York City rackets investigator, a Congregational minister, magazine editor, and World War 11 Slate Department aide. He has turned out a series of books on church-state issues. He and his wife, Julia, now live on a 100- acre Thetford Center, Vt., farm. Marriage Licenses Issued at Cambridge CAMBRIDGE - Marriage licenses were issued Wednesday in Cambridge to Allen R. Elliott and Frances M. Calhoun, both of Woodhull, to David L. McClough and Marilyn J. Barto, both of Kewanee, and Joseph S. Merrill and Faith T. Jackson, both of Geneseo. New Windsor News Items NEW WINDSOR — Miss Mary Jane Keim arrived Sept. 14 from Honolulu and is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keim. For the past year, Miss Keim had been employed at the Rehabilitation Center at Honolulu, Oahu. Mrs. Allen Koislund and son Jim arrived Sunday from Eagle Grove, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Friesth of Coal Valley, drove to Chicago Saturday to meet her sister Mary Jane. Mrs. Koislund is also a daughter of the Keims. Mrs. Leonard Bird was hostess to DNH Club at her home Monday when the group spent the hours in playing 500. The hostess presented awards in the game to Mrs. Dallas Switzer and Mrs. Ricliard McCready. READ THE WANT ADS! The Black Hills PASSION PlAY 29 & 30 Sept Sunday Matinee al 2:30 p.m Evenings — 8:00 p.m. Prices $1.60 • $2.20 • $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY - 12:45 p.m. Prices 75c Call or write for ticked Galesburg Register-Mai) 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 You Are Invited . . . to a Series of Special Services at the CHURCH OF CHRIST 955 LAWRENCE AVE., GALESBURG SUNDAY through SUNDAY, SEPT. 22-29 10:45 a.m. Sundays — Evenings 7:30 p.m. SPEAKER: MR. ERNEST SANDERSON Wichita, Kansas Sunday Bible Classes, 9:45 a.m. Ph. 342-1728

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