Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
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6 Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Wed. f Sept 25, 1963 GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Band Boosters Add Members GALVA — Fifty-five members have signed as members of the Galva Band Boosters by the first meeting Monday in the F. U. White School. Welcome to new members was given by Wayne Nordstrom. A song selection was by Wayne Nordstrom. He accompanied himself on an organetto which was between 60 and 80 years old. Mrs. Don Schuster presented solos on the saxophone and clarinet, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jim- tnic Girkin. Committee for meeting included Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Howe, jMr. and Mrs. Ernest Carlson and |tfr. and Mrs. Charles Jeffcries. $ Indent Council jVIembers Named The following Galva High School students were voted to represent their class in the Student Council at a meeting Friday tit the high school: Seniors, Bill Hay, Carole Johnson and Gerry Maupin; juniors, Bonnie Anderson, William Curtis and Ray ^hitman; sophomores, Judy Dahlstedt, Terry Shields and Difina Whitney, and freshmen, Cliris Anderson, Keith Luymes and Shannon Murray. Mrs. McKirgan spoke on "Why Be Healthy." Mai'adcll England showed the members how to mark a dart. Karen England demonstrated the feathering of a collar. How to make a cross-stitch apron was demonstrated by Marilyn McKirgan. A piano solo was presented by Maradell England. Galva Methodist Church Scene of Wedding Ceremony Club Plans Session Mrs. Dwaine Clark, Galva, Route 2, will open her home for the first fall meeting of the Galva Woman's Club executive board Oct. 7 at 1:30 p.m. The club's program books will be distributed at the first regular meeting of the club. Club Appointments Are Announced At the meeting of the Lynn 4- H'ers Saturday in the home of Karen and Maradell England, Karen England gave a report on the recreation training school at Lake Storey Thursday night. Audrey Curry and Karen England were named council members, and Beth McKirgan was named junior leader. Audrey Curry gave a talk on "Zipper Selection and Care." North Henderson Group Hears School Report NORTH HENDERSON — Zion Lutheran Church Women met at the church Sept. 12. A solo was by Mrs. Richard McCaw and a talk was given by Mrs. Ebersole on the Warren Achievement School of Warren County. Bible study was given by Rev. Roy Johnson. The group voted to send money to Pastor David Johnson in Japan. A birthday party was held for July, August and September birthdays. The birthday cake going to Mrs. Jim Choline. Hostesses for the afternoon wore Mrs. Lula Tornquist, Mrs. Gust Anderson, Mrs. Charlie Norman and Mrs. Nina Lindsey. The Misses Jennie and La Vergne Holmes and Mr. and Mrs Albert Saylor were in Marshall town, Iowa, the past week. Jennie had a doctor appointment there as she had eye surgery there this summer. ANGELES one way coach on The Chief from Galesburg —special savings for round trip. NO TAX 343-9126 Mr. and Mrs. Lowell K. Tliuline (Miss Connie Rose Wheclhousc) Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Connie Rose Wheelhouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wheelhouse, 209 N. W. First Ave., Galva, and Lowell K. Thuline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thuline of near Galva, Sunday. Rev. Richard Brownfield read the double ring ceremony at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at the First Methodist Church in Galva. Best man was Robert Thuline of Galva. Guests were seated by Lawrence Tarleton of Cuba, III., Ray Larson of Galva, Gary Wilson of Kewanee and Robert Sipcs of Woodhull. Mrs. P. B. Meerdink, organist, presented the prelude and accompanied the soloist, Everett Quinney. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Wheelhouse carried a bouquet of white roses to complement her gown of chantilly and nylon lace and peau de soie. Oneida Club Entertained by Scenic Vieivs ONEIDA — A scenic trip to Sweden, Norway and Germany was presented by the Oneida Woman's Club members Sept. 20 when they met at the home of Mrs. David McMaster. The trip was accomplished through color slides shown by Mrs. Stewart Dahlstrom. The Knox County convention Oct. 2 at Henderson Grove Church was announced.'Miniature seed pearls and se- quias highlighted the scalloped Mrs. Darrel Steck, reporting for the ways and means committee, stated that a traveling food sale has been planned for Sept. 28 beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the veterinary office. For advance orders persons may call phones 483-3043 or 375-6568. Delivery service in Oneida will be offered. Mrs. Sam McKie of the civic welfare committee reported that a total of 24 students are enrolled in the club-sponsored kindergarten. Mrs. Ross Reynolds is the teacher for the class. Mrs. Jerry King presented several vocal selections, accompanied by Mrs. McMaster. Mrs. A. T. McMaster Sr., Mrs. James Dougan, Mrs. Carl Lingwall and Mrs. Glenn Richardson served refreshments! Serving honors were accorded to Mrs. Ralph Vinson, president. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! the magic of a pretty PUMP ... weaving a wonderful fashion spell as done by A large selection in black or brown. High or new mid-heels. Sizes up to 11. SHERRY MIRACLE TREAD 9.95 to 13.95 ROTHE Custom Fitted Shoes 140 f. MAIN ST. 2J We Give GOLD BOND STAMPS neckline of the bodice, which formed a vee at the waistline of the bouffant pleated skirted gown. Veiling was caught to a tiara crown of pearls and bead trim. Attendants Miss Becky Whitman of Galva and Miss Linda Chord of Peoria were in duo-tone satin French blue and royal blue dresses designed with fitted bodices, having sabrina necklines and cap sleeves. The bell skirts featured cutaway panels accented at the waist with roses. Each carried bouquets of white carnations with blue tints. Blue satin crowns held their hair netting. Honors at the reception were shared by Mrs. Frances Chord of Kewanee, Mrs. Nyle Snyder of Altona, Mrs. Lawrence Tarleton of Cuba, 111., and Mrs. Clarence Hansen of Galva. Miss Mary Lou Wilson of Kewanee was in charge of the guest book. At the gift table were Mrs. Marilyn Davis of Galesburg, Miss Sandra Gehring of Altona and Mrs. Carol DeKezel of Geneseo. After a wedding trip and Oct. 6, the couple will reside near Galva. Both were graduated from Galva High School, she in 1963, and he in 1956. After serving two years in the Armed Forces, the bridegroom is a self employed carpenter in Galva. Maquon 4-H Club Elects Officers MAQUON — Election of officers for the Square Circle 4-H Club which met recently, highlighted the meeting. Those elected were Jane Cowman, president; Pat Flinn, vice president; Diana McCormick, secretary; Jackie McCormick, treasurer; Nancy Grohmann, reporter"; Linda Knox, recreation chairman, and Carol Anell, program chairman. A county skating party was announced for Sept. 30. A wiener roast will be held Oct. 16 at the home of Pat Flinn. Toulon Legion Picks Officers TOULON — At a recent meeting of Toulon American Legion Post the new officers took charge. They are: Commander, Fred O. Hcaton; senior vice commander, Charles M. Wilson; junior vice commander, Roy R. .Schmidt; sergeant - at - arms, William O. Turnbull. Appointive officers are: Adjutant, Ralph Gerafd; finance officer, E. II. Doden; chaplain, Floyd Talbert; historian, Robert Macy; service officer, Charles M. Wilson; Americanism officer, Max Hatfield; child welfare, Paul Zeigler; graves registration, Roy R. Schmidt; ceremonials, Robert W. Thorne; Boy Scout chairman, Floyd Talbert; Boys State officer, William A. Humphrey. Enlists in Army John D. Finney, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Finney of Toulon, has enlisted in the Army and left for training at Ft. Knox, Ky. He was graduated this summer from Bradley University at Peoria. Dallas Unit Recognized DALLAS CITY — Supt. Kenneth Sal lee of the Dallas Community Unit School District No. 336 has received certificates of recognition for the schools of the unit from the state superintendent of public instruction. These state that Dallas Community Unit Dist. 336 "is officially recognized in the meaning and interpretation of the law." Dallas City Briefs Mrs. Don Cannell of Nowata, Okla., has returned to her home following a visit in the homes of her daughter's, Mrs. Richie Thompson and family and Mrs. Robert Pindell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thornburg of Belle Glade, Fla., are visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heaton and daughter Pat of Raytown, Mo., visited r'ecently in the Maynard Duffy home and with other relatives. Thursday Nite SPECIAL! COUNTRY FRIED STEAK Whipped Potatoes and Gravy, Buttered Peas, Sliced Tomatoes,. Carrot Sticks. 75$ Serving Starts 5:00 P.M. CARRYOUT ORDERS WELCOME! Knotty Pine Tap Fhone 375-9319 YVATAGA Geeseman Kin Reunited At Victoria There was a 77-year difference in the ages of the oldest and youngest family members present Sunday at the annual Geeseman kin reunion. Some 35 relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lindeen, Victoria, presided by the oldest member, Harry C. Geeseman, 79, Galesburg. At the other end of the age ladder was 2-year-old Larry Geeseman, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Geeseman, of Canton. Following a potluck dinner, family members were informed that Miss Debra Lindeen, 1951 McMaster Ave., will participate at the Illinois Olympic Tourna ment of Champions in baton twirling to be held Sept. 29 at Morton Grove. She wall be ac companied to the Chicago sub- burb by her grandmother and father. Unable to attend the reunion because of illness were John Geeseman of Tacoma, Wash, and Earl McCoy of Bartonville. The death of Mrs. Leona Geeseman of Fairview the past year was observed. Announce Engagement GERLAW - Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler of Gerlaw announce the engagement of their daughter Carol June to Ronald Joseph LeGate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LeGate of Route One, Galesburg. Miss Winbigler is a 1961 graduate of Warren High School and her fiance was graduated from Alexis High School in 1961. He attended Western Illinois University at Macomb. At present both young people are employed at Galesburg State Research Hospital. No definite date has been set for the wedding. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS TUESDAY Mrs. William S. Boen, Knoxville. Mrs. Gilbert M. Schumann, 465 S. Henderson St. Richard Hughes, Abingdon, Mrs. John Henderson, 133 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Harold Halsey, Maquon. Bert W. Johnson, Galva. Jill Hagerty, Knoxville. Frank Sperry, Galva. Vicki Williams, 564 W. First St. Mrs. Ethel Stanforth, 574 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Clarence Bauer, Abingdon. Ira Asbufy, 802 E. South St. Thomas Fletcher Jr., Newark, HI. Everett Nylin, Keithsburg. Mrs. William Maring, 1546 N. Cedar St. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Timothy Williams, 269 W. Brookg St. James Russell Jr., Research Housing. Peggy Dunn, 1246 Grand Ave. Mrs. Arnold Mabry, 378 Irwin St. Esker Merideth, Cameron. Mrs. Phillip Cirimotich, 988 Parkview Hd. Anna DcPi-ima, 1501 Haynor St. Mrs. William Wessels, Oneida. Cottage ADMISSIOK3 TUESDAY Mrs. Cheryle Prather, Walaga. Joseph Bass, 12 Chestnut St. Mrs. Theresa h. Nelson, 748 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Betty J. Johnson, 1714 Harrison St. Mrs. Nellie A. Ullery, Woodhull. Nancy L. Steele, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Ina M. Cheesman, 955 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Ethel M. Anders, St. Augustine. Mark S. Mendez, 761 Day St. Mrs. Ada Talbott, Monmouth. Mrs. Helen L. Johnson, Rio. Mrs. Jean A. Morgan, 962 N. Farnham St. Raymond D. Godsil, Knoxville. Bruce D. Johnson, 1561 N. Farn- hnm St. Mrs. Jacqueline A. Conard, Abingdon. DISMISSALS TUESDAY Charles R. Morrison, 668 S. Henderson St. Pamela S. Gibson. Williamsfield. Charles W. Mannhardt, Knoxville. Larry G. Moore, Oneida. Mrs. Margaret E. Farmer, 1259 Bridge Ave. Jack I,. Smith. 134 S. Cedar St. Mrs. Mary Ann Conover and baby, LaFayctte. Mrs. Clara C. Button, 2374 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Beverly Uhlmann, 1109 N. Cherry St. Steven D. Shonkwiler, 1763 Willard St. John O. Talbcrg, Altona. David H. Thuline, 193 N. Kellogg St. Robert W. Carlberg. 254 S. West St Mrs. Bertha A. Bums, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Margo J. Pickel and baby, 162 Columbus Ave. W. Walter Stillwell, 114 S. Ivan Ave. Mrs. Esquoliene Cowell and baby, 2133 Newcomer Dr. ROVA Spanish Class Enrolls 27 ALTONA — The class in conversation Spanish met in the ROVA Altona Grade School lunchroom Monday with 27 students enrolled. The class will meet at 7:30 p.m. till 9:30 p.m. instead of 7 p.m. till 9 p.m. as was previously announced. Victoria, Oneida, Woodhull, Galva and Altona were represented in the enrollment. BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 619 Newt Cetteftpondeftl Mm . Bernard BrilUt**! BushnelhPC Unit Faculty Recognized at Dinner Meet BUSHNELL—There were about 170 present at the Recreation Center Monday for the annual B1E dinner, at which the Bushnell Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce were hosts to the teachers in the Bushnell-Prairie City unit. Candles and flowers were used to decorate the tables. The invocation was given by Rev. Henry Cox. A welcome was extended by Floyd Harrell, president of the Chamber of Commerce. John Shanklin spoke on behalf of the Rotary Club. Superintendent of schools Denton White introduced the school principals in the unit, and they in turn, presented their school's teachers and recognition was given to each. Miss Leila Hclle gave the response on behalf of the teachers. Dr. Kenneth Goff was program chairman for the evening and introduced Roy Garn a nationally known lecturer, writer and business consultant. A former editor and recipient of many awards, he holds a presidential citation for the use of emotional appeal technique in helping to rehabilitate the physically handicapped. His address dealt with emotions and was entitled "How to Break Preoccupation." O. T. Barton of Macomb was a visiting Rotarian present. Bushnell News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoyle, Russell Melvin and Linda Selby, were in Brimfield Saturday to attend the wedding of Nancy Lea Melvin and Larry Lee Coon at St. Joseph's Church. They will live in Roodhouse. Coon is buyer and' seller for Armour Co. Mrs. Coon is the niece of Mrs. Hoyle. Mrs.. Helen Miller, Sandra and Lowell Keith, have moved into their home on West Hurst St., formerly occupied by the Virgil Murfin far ily. The Murfins have moved to Good Hope. Homemakers Unit Appoints Officer The Donough Belle Unit of Homemakers Extension met Monday at the home of Mrs. Donna Reese. A guest was Mrs. Esther Armstrong, and a transfer member is Mrs. Sandra Howe. Mrs. Phyllis McNeeley was appointed secretary - treasurer, replacing Mrs. Peggy Thorn, who has moved from this community. Mrs. Armstrong presented a demonstration on cake decorating. Co-hostcss was Mrs. Carole Taylor. A surprise b;iby shower was held for Mitchell Wade Hutchins, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutchins. Neiv Windsor Businessmen Hold Fish Fry NEW WINDSOR — The annual fish fry of the New Windsor Businessmen's Association was attended by 26 members Sept. 16 at the Wallace Peterson cabin at New Boston. Alex Young was dismissed recently from Moline Public Hospital and entered the Mercer County Nursing Home at Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bates and son of Alexis and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoenbein had supper at the Covered Wagon at Farmington Sunday and later spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Groeper at Dunlap. Percy Thomas attended the meeting of the Bureau-Putnam Counties Rural Letter Carriers at Princeton Sept. 18. Movie Calendar WEDNESDAY, SEPT. - 25 ORPHEUM: "55 Days at Peking," 1:00, 3:45, 6:30 and 9:15. WEST: "Summer Magic." 1:30, 4:10. 6:55, 9:40; "Yellowstone Cubs," 3:20 , 6:00 and 8:45. m OPEN 12:45 to Set Style Show At AlWood School WOODHULL — "Serenade Autumn" the second Annual Style Show sponsored by the Naomi Circle of the Woodhull Presbyterian Church will be presented Thursday at 8 p.m. at the AlWood High School. Mrs. Gayle Brown is the gen eral chairman. THEATRE w lift|A| Rt. 34 West — Open MV W 6:45 — Show at Dusk SPENCER TRACY BURT LANCASTER RICHARD WIDMARK MARLENE DIETRICH JUD Y GARLANO.v.,- MAXIMILIAN SCHELL MONTGOMERY CUFT J UDGMENT NUREMBERG ~ muasepww unrip man CO-FEATURE TMIBMT MlttS §0X8 * fILM AOVtMTUHtl IAN FLEMING 8 Dr.No TICHNICOLOR IllluU Ihm UNITED 19 UII5I3 Shown At: 7:15 COMING SUNDAY 'Gathering of the Eagl NOW PLAYING II The Days of Wine and Roses STARRING — JACK LEMMON and WEE REMJCK SHOW STARTS — 7:30 P.M. ADULTS 60c }j CHILDREN 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE Starting Friday, Sept. 27 — "THE LONGEST DAY" 4 Shows Daily At ,1:00-3:45-6:30-9:15 55 DAYS THAT STUNNED THE WORLD! AT »»*IL(MB$0N J0MIK1M) HNSMfUHS IE0GOA R0BERIHE1PMANK KURIKASZNNt SPECIAL WHIWS BJZABETHaiWRS KQUBSEfflAS KROMETHOR *?DIMI1RI TIOMWN POPULAR «J5SPHflJP YORDAN-BERNARD GORDON "TMCHOUS RAY "^SAMUEL BRONSTQN PRICE •eoiMu >70iimi £CllIiM7 £(maOR' aswEtirJUl£D« Starts FRIDAY I Surfs up Mmf and the Beach is really swinging! " IISII^IobCUMMINGS DOROTHY FR3NK16 'ANNeTie' MaiPNS -AV8IPN • FUNIC61!£ _ BEACH PARTY •JttTHECOlM.PMiMWOr AN AMERICAN A. * INTERNATIONAL & , PICTURE \ OPEN 1<1>! W EST DISNEY HITSI NOW! 2 J* wait DisNef*^ fbmmerMagic V^/ TECHNICOLOR. <& * w--%-* PLUS 2nd DISNEY HIT! TECHNICOLOR* EU0WST0NE CUBSi Starts FRIDAY L COLUMBIA PICTURES «sew$ AJ£RRY8R£SLER " Kooucrmi Shed mi no i COLUMBIA PICTURESwa «N| 13 BaGffltttt

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