Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 27, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, September 27, 1963
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6 (aofesburb R<3aister-Moil> Galesburg, 111. Friday, Sept, 27, 1963 HOSPITAL NOTES GALVA 324 Main St. RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phont WE 2-2658 Retailers Advance Plans For Town and Country Day GALVA—Plans have been advanced by merchants in Galva for their annual Town and Country Day Thursday, Oct. 3, when patrons wiU he treated to free pancakes and sausage, plus a free show at the Galva theater. In a meeting Thursday, the committee in charge of the project announced that meal serving will start at 5 p.m. to run through 7:30 p.m. at the Anderson Building on Main Street. Shows are scheduled at the theater at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Co-chairmen of the committee are Leo Windish and Russell Kelly. The committee estimates the affair will attract 1,200 people, compared to 1,080 last year. Theft Reported. At Food Market Galva police are investigating a $320 theft Thursday morning at Dwaine's Food market, 126 W. Exchange St., Galva, owned and pperated by Mr. and Mrs. pwaine Ekstedt. Mrs. Ekstedt told police that Ibe was asked by a man to weigh |ome produce and when she re- MOOSE LODGE 880 Dance Party Memberi and Gueiti SATURDAY NITE Green River Boys III ID BALLROOM lIUD SAT,, SEPT. 28 BILL HARDESTY $1.25 before 9—$1.50 after 9 SAT., OCT. 5 SAMMY KAYE SUNDAY, OCT. 13 Dance Instruction Classes MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If yon want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:31 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window turned with the item the customer paid for it and left. Mrs. Ekstedt later removed a money bag under the counter to get some change and then discovered the missing bills. She could not give a description of the man, but observed that she would recognize him if she should see him again, as he had been in the store before. Churches Arrange Service Schedules Pastors of Galva churches have announced Sunday service schedules and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: Assembly of God—A. O. Blue, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. worship hour; 6 p.m. CA service. 7 p.m. service. Tuesday 2 p.m. Women's Missionary Council. 7 p.m. cottage prayer meeting. First Congregational—John S. Broeksmit Jr., pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. church school. 11 a.m. worship. Thursday 2:30-4:30 p.m. Service center open. Grace Methodist — Robert E. Holmes, pastor. Sunday 9 a.m. family worship, sermon, "A Shot or a Funeral;" 10 a.m. church school. Rally day 6 p.m. senior MYF. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Joy Class. St. John's Catholic—Gerard A. Verhoye, pastor. Sunday Masses 7 and 8:30 a.m. first, third and fifth Sundays; Masses 7 and 10:15 a.m. second and fourth Sundays Foursquare—Allan Mason, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. worship. 1:30 p.m. Wasson Nursing Home; 7:30 p.m. service. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. council meeting at parsonage. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. pray- DANCE TO PLEASANT VALLEY NEIGHBOR BOYS SAT., SEPT. 28 - 9 to 12 POWELL'S PAVILION This is a good band. So come and have a good time. Cottage ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Mary A, Falls, Yates City. Mrs. Patricia A. Carpentier, 251 Lincoln St. Mrs. oiRa L. Hamlin, Abingdon. Mrs. Beatrice L. Peterson, New Windsor. Mrs. Alice A. Anderson, 934 Parkview Rd. Arthur Strom, Victoria. Miss Margaret A. Wilklna, 1069 Hawklnson Ave. Mrs. E. Julia Porter, 224 Lake St. Mrs. Moneta B. Buck, 804 Lombard St. Mrs. Nancy L. Utter, ai8 E. Fourth St. Val E. Strode, Lake Bracken. Kenneth R. Kellogg, Abingdon. Mrs. Ruth P. Sopher, Victoria. Mrs. Doris E. Elliott, Yates City. Mrs. Laura M. Bcrtelsen, Monmouth. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Lovie Shearer. 443 E. Sixth St. Joseph Bass, 12 Chestnut St. Bruce D. Johnson, 1561 N. Farnham St. Mark S. Mendez, 761 Day St. Mrs, Jennie S. Young, 659 N. Seminary St. C. Arthur Munson, 472 Monmouth Blvd. Gerald W. Grimm, 1521 E. Losey St. Ray C. Mitchell, 532 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Betty L. Meyer, Knoxville. Perry C, Sargent, 1472 N. Cedar St. John M. Maxwell, 603 Greenleaf St. Mrs. Ella J. Chadwlck, 1649 N. Kcl logg St. Miss Alice F. Anderson, Oneida. Mrs. Ethel M. Anders, St. Augus tine. Mrs. Frances A. Suman, Henderson. Mrs. Marie A. Bess, 519 E. Third St. John A. Coon, Galva. Mrs. Jana C. Roscnow, Galva. Miss Karen J. Swanson, 1545 N. Kellogg St. St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY Mrs. Jimmie B, Bell, 484 Columbus Ave. Paul A. Fclz, 555 Jefferson St. Mrs. Clella L. Jones, 620 Monmouth Blvd. George Parker, 357 S. Prairie St. Mrs. Rose Nicolini, Paramus, N. J. George Hughes, Oneida. Mrs. Edna McLaughlin, 422 N. Cherry St. Albert C. Ryner, 59 N. West St. Miss Mary Ann Grone, 2101 Newcomer Dr. George D. Gcrhardt, Oneida. George Dawson, 1451 Monroe St. Miss Margaret Reno, Abingdon. Theodore L. West, 277 Lincoln St. Richard B. Tucker. Galva. Marsha Wheeler, Knoxville. Mrs. Arthur W. Dixon, 1449 Rock Island Ave. William D. Tucker, 892 E. South St. Mrs. John Mahnesmith Jr., Wataga Michael Kendrick, Abingdon. DISMISSALS THURSDAY Mrs. Robert Abramson, 514 Hawk­ lnson Ave. Mrs. Donald H. Brady, Abingdon. Mrs. Francis E. Camper, 1145 Bridge Ave. Mrs. Ralph Daves, 1743 N. Broad St. Mrs. Basilio Gimenez, 1153 S. Cedar St. Mrs. James L. Gunther, Knoxville, Mrs. Leo A. Hennenfent, Galesburg, Route 1. Richard C. Hughes, Abingdon. Mrs. Donald Nott. 412 Locust St. Mrs. Winnie Lang, 592 E. Grove St. Harry E. Mahon, Helen and Meads Hotel. Mrs. George W. Mtead, 1029 Monroe St. George Parker, 357 S. Prairie St. Mrs. Loy R. Royce, 102 N. Elm St, Mrs. Bruce B. Stuart, Windcrest Acres. DRIVE-IN • • DRIVE OUT GLASNOVICH TAVERN, INC. 714 South Henderson St. DANCE Saturday, Sept. 28 musk by Sportsmen Members and Invited Guests KITCHEN NOW OPEN — Mr. and Mrs. BiU Pittmans, chefs Serving: STEAKS — CHOPS — SEAFOODS AMERICAN LEGION HOME 571 E. North St. Galesburg, III. "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 The Vampers 100 at 11 96+ at 12 Louise Hollis serving best of food. COMING - The Swingsters ONE GRAND CLUB MEETS AT MTDNITE TONITE — 9 'Til 18 GOLDEN ROCKET PLAYBOYS Don't Forget? Chicken Fry — Sunday, Sept. M Wataga Fireman's Park mm direct from Philadelphia The Pat Booth Quartet featuring JODI JENKINS, Vocalist FRANK'S FALL FEATURE *>50 COMPLETE STEAK DINNER — A> BUSHNELL Carteipendeal M. Betnatd Brlllhatt 620 W. Hurst St., Btiihnell. Phone Bushnell 619 Teachers Present Program BUSHNELL - An "Apple for the Teacher" was the theme for the refreshment table at the first fall meeting of the Bushnell-Prairie City Junior High PTA Wednesday. The year's programs were reviewed by the program chairman, Mrs. Virginia Hawkins. The budget was read by the treasurer, Mrs. Virginia Kerska, and approved by the unit. The program, "Welcome, how do you do and please," was presented by the teaching staff, who, in turn, introduced themselves and told items of interest of themselves and their teaching. Doughnuts and cider were served by Mrs. Earl Ames, chairman, Mrs. William Theobald, Mrs. Leo Graves, Mrs. B. S. Pierce, Mrs. Burley Stoneldng and Mrs. Sam Harding. Bushnell Churches Arrange Services Pastors of Bushnell churches have set Sunday services and other church functions for the week ahead. They are: First Methodist—Henry L. Cox, pastor. Sunday Church school 9:30 a.m. Rally day program starts in the sanctuary 10:10 a.m. Sunday, 12 noon, The Crusaders will have a potluck dinner at the Vets Park. In case of inclement weather, it will be held in the church basement. The Junior MYF will have a wiener roast. The Senior MYF meets 5 p.m. at the church and will leave 6 p.m. for a party at the Avon Methodist Church. Tuesday, 2 p.m., WSCS general meeting. First session of SPECIAL! ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EAT 65c Chicken in the Basket Turtles — Shrimp Steaks — Chops Sandwiches Suburban Inn The Burkes — Jack and Ethel Movie Calendar FHIDAY, SEPT. 27 OHPHEUM: "Beach Party," 1:30, 3:35, 5:40, 7:45, 9:50. WEST: "13 Frightened Girls," 1:30, 4:45, 8:05; "Gidget Goes to Rome," 3:05. 6:25, 9:45 DRIVE-IN: "Dr. No." 7:10: "Judgment at Nuremberg," 9:15. One complete showing nightly. er and Bible study. Messiah Lutheran—D. V. Charlson, pastor. Sunday 9:15 a.m. Sunday school, rally day. 10 a.m. worship. Tuesday 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. smorgasbord. First Baptist—Kenneth Starns, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. worship service sermon, "Released from Prison." 6 p.m. junior and senior BYF. 7 p.m. service, sermon, "Weightier Matters." During the Sunday school hour there will be a program in the sanctuary for rally day and promotion day. Thursday 2 p.m. Ladies Missionary Society meets in Dean Hall. 7 p.m. church visitation; 8 p.m. prayer meeting. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 different salads, 3 different meals, vegetables and relishes, fish on Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday Call 343-9440 413 N. Seminary Seating capacity 125 CLUB 34 North of Galesburg en Wataga Rd. SERVING DINNERS NIGHTLY Steaks, Chicken, Sea Food SPECIAL FRIDAY NITE CATFISH PLATE - $1.00 Featuring Organ Music Wed., Frl., Sat. Nites HOMER Si RUBY WALKER. Owners Phone 343-9573 leadership training school at the Macomb Methodist Cliurch 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 9:30 a.m., WSCS Galesburg District fall group meeting at Macomb. First United Presbyterian — Ralph W. Adamson, minister. Sunday, 9:45 a.m., church school, 11 a.m., Worship with church school promotions, 5 p.m., youth fellowship. Oct. 6, Worldwide Communion will be observed during the morning worship. First Christian — W. Ernie James, minister. Sunday 10 a.m. worship. 11 a.m., Bible school. 6:30 p.m., youth groups. 7:30 p.m., worship. Fifth Sunday rally at Mount Sterling Sunday and homecoming at Sciota. Work nights Tuesday and Thursday. Bible study and prayer Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Special work at church Saturday. First Baptist — Harry Litzenberg, pastor. Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday school. 10:45 a.m., worship service, sermon, "Growing Up." 6 p.m., Junior BYF. 6:30 p.m., Senior BYF. 7:30 p.m., service. Sermon, "The Judgment Seat of Christ." Monday, 6:30 p.m., Tithing enlistment program at Macomb, Tuesday, 6 a.m., Prayer meet- Sorry we ran out of fish last week FRIDAY NIGHT CATFISH DINNER Potato salad, tomatoes, $ 1 25 slaw, garlic bread ... I EVERY FRIDAY Bowlers Inn Kitchen Open 'Til 11 P.M. FREE DELIVERY Over $1.00 Chicken Fiesta 1244 Mulberry Phone 343-6915 Chicken Mon. thru Fri. 89c Sat. & Sunday 79c STOP! OH THE WAY HOME FOR [Fresh BREADS CAKES For Special Occasioaj COOKIES ROLLS SCANDIA BAKERY It LUNCH 326 E. Main St. ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE PARKWAY Friday Saturday Sunday x Curb and Carryout Only We're Having a Special on Ing at the home of Dr. Henry Graber. 7:30 p.m. Trustees meeting at the church. Thursday, 7:15 p.m., Business meeting. 7:30 p.m., Prayer meeting and Bible study. Club Entertained Thimble Club met Wednesday at the cabin of Alleyne Caylor for a salad luncheon- Prizes were won during the afternoon by Pauline Hiel, Lucille Kirby and Annamae Graves. Woman's Club Welcomes Guests Bushnell Junior Woman's Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Carole Taylor, with Mrs. Dottie Craft as co-hostess. Guest night was observed. Guests were Miss Donna Foster, Miss Mary DeMoss, Miss Leila Helle, Mrs. Judy Dahl, Mrs. Kathy West, Mrs. Mona Stoller, Mrs. Linda McGrew, Mrs. Charlotte Fayhee, Mrs. Naomi Adamson, Mrs. Sandra Sullivan and Mrs. Mary ENDS TONIGHT 'Judgement at Nuremberg" "Dr. No" THEATRE Tomorrow Only • •• JOANNE r ^rcHjriAKU WOODWARD'BEYMER T CLAIRE i CAROL rREVOR'LYNLEY . RICHARD I0BERT WEBBER/LOUIS NYE'GYPSY ROSE IBj IN ema S cop 6 • 20th Century-Fox | "Ga COMING SUNDAY Gathering of the Eagles" Kay ReecJ. A book review was given by Mrs- Marion Fester on "The Comcugine." In bridge prizes were won by Mrs- Dahl and Mrs. Reed. Attends Farm show Earl Ames attended the farm progress show at Morton Thursday. Bible Building NEW YORK (AP)-The American Bible Society has named the Rev. Dr. Edwin H. Rian as director of its program of advance, to culminate with observance of the society's 150th anniversary in 1966. Goal of the program is to increase distribution of Scriptures from the present 31 million annually to 60 million annually. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Sickness in Churches? WESTWOOD, N. J. (AP)-NeU^ rotics hold the reins of leadership in many church congregations and shape whole congregations in "their own sick images," the Rev. Robert James St. Clair, of Akron, Ohio, says in a new book, "Neurotics in the Church," published by Fleming H. Revell Co. 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