Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 5
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Group At Kirkwood Seats Officers KIRKWOOD — In a ceremony Sept. 14 in the Masonic Temple Miss Suzie Bryant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Bryant, was installed as the eighth worthy adviser of Kirkwood Assembly, Order of the Rainbow Miss Bryant has theme, as her theme for Girls, chosen the Be Thou the Rainbow to the Storms of Life for the term. Miss Karen Johnson, drill leader, invited the installing officers and their escorts to enter the assembly room. Miss Laurie Walters, worthy adviser of Kirkwood assembly, served as installing officer; Miss Anne Guilinger, chaplain; Miss Kay Clayton (Monmouth), marshal, and Miss Kai Hamilton, recorder, Mrs. Carol Pence served as organist and Bill Lee was the soloist. The escorts were the fathers of the line officers, Cullen Bryant, Louis Pape, John Haben, Franklin Hall and Andrew Young. As Miss altar, Bryant knelt at the Miss Walters placed the placed crown of the office of worthy adviser upon her head. Others Listed Other officers seated were Cheryl Pape, worthy associate adviser; Nancy Haben, charity; Mary Lynn Hall, hope; Alice Young, faith; Susan Wilson, recorder; Jan Cochran, treasurer; Connie Boock, chaplain; Barbara Becker, drill leader; Jane Ann Barr'ington, love; Linda Dean, religion; Lucy Van Riper, nature; Carol Foreman, immortality; Barbara Blodgett, fidelity; Delores Gerald, patriotism. Also, Jean Ann Seaton, service; Lynne Jenks, confidential observer; Debbie Welch, outer observer; j^aurie Walters, musician; Susan Giddings, choir director; Peggy Giddings, reporter to the Rainbow News, and Diana Staley, historian. Louis Pape is to be the Mason of the term. Miss Mary Ann Lauver registered guests from Kirkwood, Monmouth, Little York, Moline and Oquawka. Miss Bryant selected all colors of the rainbow for the decorations the the assembly room and Mrs. Joe Gunter the serving table in dining room. presided at the serving which was covered with a white linen cloth. A center arrangement of rainbow color flowers was used. The dining tables were decorated with rainbow candles Earl and Mrs. Pape, Miss greens. Mrs. Harry Shaw and Mrs. Franklin Hall were in charge of the reception. Miss Bryant presented Walter's a past worthy adviser's jewel. Mrs. Louis Pape, mother adviser, who has been appointed a grand deputy, was presented a grand deputy's pin by the assembly. Miss Cheryl Pape, grand historian, and Miss Donna Schweitzer grand representative to Arizona, were introduced, along with member's from Oquawka and Monmouth assemblies. Mrs. Dean Smith, worthy matron of Mary Lincoln Chapter, presented the newly-installed worthy adviser a white carnation. Judaica Collection CLEVELAND The Temple Library here is regarded as one of the foremost congregational collections of English language Judaica (Jewish data) in the United States. It is used both for general reading and special research. Miss Miriam Leikind was honored recently for service as librarian for more than three decades. MEMBERS OF THE NEWCOMER CLUB Will Give A SOCIAL COFFEE for prospective members THURSDAY at 10:00 A.M. in the home of Hostess Mrs. Harold Canada 370 Hawkinson Call 343-9850 They'll By Jimmy Hatlo, gQth Birthday Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, ill. Monday, Sept. 23, 1963 TEN MINUTES SINCE QUITTING TIME 6OIN6 DOWN/ 4t» HOLD IT.' OH, THANK KEW, BOYS/ 1CM JUST „„,,.-,.,„ CATCH MY // THERE S BUS !! WOMEN AND CHILDREN FOIST H A- MA / PLENTY OF t ROOM.' 7\ \ • \J mSbiTa&t* STOdlcAiclnc* .1963. Wot) J rfgfcu. rmrwfr iHE MALE WORKERS THINK THEY'VE 60T AM ELEVATOR AT LAST—THEN COMES THE GAL HERD Tkw M A WTLO HAT TIP TO E.J.W'REILLY, 16504 WESTO4LE AVB-, CLEVELAND 35, OHIO i Californians Visit Home At Oquawka OQUAWKA Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan of Bars tow, Calif., are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Johnny W. Stubbs in Oquawka, and other relatives in Alexis and Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan recently returned from a visit with their daughters is Anchorage, Alaska. S. - Sgt. William Stewart and family of Ft. Knobbs, Canal Zone, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Powers. At the they termination of his will be stationed leave, at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Robert Brown and Harry Parsons drove to St. Louis where they spent the weekend and attended baseball games. Mrs. Kenneth Ives and daugh­ ters, Miss Sharon Ives and Mrs. Kay McCormick of Collinsville, spent the weekend in the home of Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Ives in Rozetta and also visited her mother, Mrs. Bertha Shields in Monmouth. Mr. Kenneth Ives, who had spent several days with his father, H. C. Ives, and Mrs. Ives, and, with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ives of Bellflower, Calif., who are visiting here, accompanied his wife and daughters home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Baker and four children of Peoria spent Saturday with his Mrs. Dean Kokos and sister, family. Mrs. Harold Lumbeck and children, Lu Ann, Karen, Mark and Steven, spent parents, Mr. Finch in Illiopolis. Sunday and Mrs. with her Donald Mr. and Mrs. Duane Frcyrcar Celebrated At Cameron CAMERON - Mr. and Mrs. Max Mills of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mills of Belvidere, Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Clark of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mills and daughter Cathy and son Lee of Bloomington, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills and daughter Janet of St. Charles, were guests of Mrs. Lissic Haley Sunday and took her out for a birthday dinner. Mrs. Lissic Haley was surprised Sept. 10 when five of her neighbors came to help her celebrate her 80th birthday, which was that day. Those present were Mrs. Stella D o I 1 i n g e r. Mrs. Rose Youngquist, Mrs. Hazel Dawson, Mrs. Ada Conard and Mrs. Pearl Zimmerman. Mrs. Cecil Peterson and Mrs. Ida Mills of Galesburg called on Mrs. Haley Sept. 10. Cameron Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Walter Voss Jr. of Dcs Moines were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Tom Curtis Saturday. Mrs. Voss is a former classmate of Mrs. Curtis OUR ANCESTORS INeiPs Worm a r m LOWELL, Ark. rAP) Leland Neil uses an electric fence to keep his stock at home — but hid stock is a million worms. Neil operates a "worm farm" here, selling his wiggling creatures for fish bait. His "pastures" are beds of peat moss where the heat is carefully controlled. A 10-volf. electric wire runs around thn tops of the growing boxes tn keep the worms from crawlinir out. The western powers refused to bo intimidated they say we have no means of delivery! 1 ' and daughters, Cathy and Susan, flnd Jt hfld ^ w yMrg sjnce of LaHarpc spent the weekend they had seen cach ot h cr , in the home of his mother, Mrs. Mrs. Amy Tinkham and Mrs. days. Margaret Fryrear. Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Stoneking spent a couple of clays in the Leo Downey home near Colches- Everettc Brown of Oneida are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Neil Riekse of Detroit, Mich. Ira Mackey has returned home from a Peoria hospital. Ho had been in the hospital about 10 In six National Football League seasons, quarterback Milt Plum of (he i Detroit Lions* has given up only fi!) interceptions in 1,408 passing attempts. HEAD THE WANT ADS! LOOK! ALL WEATHER COATS Solid a, plaids nrul laminate*. Unllnod nnd alp- out lining. Some with sleovos linod. Size* IB to 50. from 14 95 mfll'5'UIEM 54 So* Seminary Si. 1964 MODELS TURKEY SUPPER ALTONA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH FRIDAY, SEPT. 27 Starling al 5:30 P.M. Tickets al the Door Adults, S1.60 Children. 75c — Also — BAKE SALE and BAZAAR i LAUNDRY WEEK i i Shop for i This week only! This is our annual laundry sales campaign, and we're out to break all previous sales records. That means special values for you on new Frigidaire washers and dryers. Get in early for best selection. MAIN or ONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY ONLY DELUXE JUMBO PLASTIC LARGE HERSHEY LINE STEEL CORE Milk With Almonds Mr. Gootlbar Krackcl Semi-Sweet 100 FT. LINE NEW "LATHER ONCE STORE HOURS 9 AM lo 9PM mm. u LUSTRE-CREME SHAMPOO PLUS FREE 3V4 OZ. BOTTLE HAIR RINSE AND CONDITIONER CLOSED ON SUNDAY FAST PAIN RELIEF THE MODERN DRUG FOR PAIN RELIEF BOTTLE OF 225 TABLETS FAST PAlN * GREEN GIANT GOLDEN CREAM STYLE CORN Bag of 4 SPECIAL ! typammt DDA-64, electric WCDA-64 It's true! You save when you buy both at one time. Because we save on selling, delivery and installation costs. Hurry! 2-SPEED ACTION ZONE FRIGIDAIRE WASHER! MATCHING FLOWING HEAT DRYER! SAVE ! BOTH ONLY care Delicates, Just-right washing regulars —and for Wash & Wears. Dispenses bleach, detergent, dye automatically. Plus fresh running water rinses, automatic lint disposal and much more! Dries fabrics faster, safer than sunshine. Ends line-drying wear and tear! New convenient Fabrics selector. No-stoop lint screen on door. Rust• resistant Porcelain Enameled drum, too. ... 'r i EXCH. GAS MODELS SLIGHTLY HIGHER Easy Terms! Easy Terms! LIMITED TIME ONLY! Choice of 4 Colors and White! PURE * F EVERY FRIGIDAIRE WASHER GIVES YOU ACTION ZONE WASHING! A // clothe* circulate under water — where detergent, water and famous 3-Ring agitator combine to get, every piece clean! FACTORY-TRAINED SERVICE BANK FINANCING FREE HOME-TRIAL BLACK RASPBERRY RED RASPBERRY BLACKBERRY When in doubt as to what washer to buy, give us a call. We will deliver and hook up a Frigidaire washer, you may try it for a week at absolutely no cost, and if not completely satisfied we will pick it r." r .• r APPLI 343-9317 Golesburg's Only Specialized Appliance Store MAIN & CHERRY 4 A

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