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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 28, 1963
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I ALDELVIAN Street Signs Found Missing MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE C. TERPENING (above), 13543 Burbank Blvd., Van Nuys, Calif., former Knoxvillc residents, were honored recently at an open house noting their 30th wedding anniversary. They were married Sept. 12, 1933, by the late Rev. T. E. Newland of the First Methodist Church, Galesburg. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thurman of near Marietta. Receiving the guests during the afternoon were their two daughters, Mrs. David Lee (Shirley) and Mrs. Boots LeBaron (Jo Anne), and their families. Among those given serving honors were Mrs. Helen Terpcning, a former Galesburg resident. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289-9172 GALVA — A survey on street signs conducted recently by Clark Mugrage has revealed that 27 signs were missing from Galva thoroughfares. Mugrage stated that many more signs are in need of repair. The ;urvey was conducted to prepare n report for the Galva Lions Club which has announced it would replace the signs. Work on the replacements will start Wednesday night at John Murchison's tool shed. Church Society Schedules Banquet Plans for the annual mother- daughter breakfast were completed Thursday at a meeting of the St. John's Altar and Rosary Society. The event will be held Oct. 20 at 9:30 a.m. at Midland Country Club. Members rolled bandages for foreign missions during the meeting. Mrs. Dave VamDeWalle was awarded a special prize. Hostess committee for the evening was comprised of Mrs. Howard Cain, Mrs. Dale Johnson, Mrs. Harry Laub, Mrs. Lester Anderson, Mrs. Glen Sundberg and Mrs. Harry Croegoent. Committee appointed for the October meeting includes Mrs. Orville Ossian, Mrs. Ralph Van- Develde, Mrs. Bertha Rogers, Mrs. John Lee, Mrs. Dave Van- DeWalle and Mrs. Thomas Raley. Driver Imposed Fine Eman Dejnozka of Galva Route 1, was fined $10 and costs Friday night for speeding on Northeast Second Avenue. The case was heard at Police Magistrate William Quinney's court. Golesburg Register-Moil, Gofesburq, .111. Soturdoy. Sept..28, 1963 9 Plan Installation Carolyn Aman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aman, Neponset, will be installed as worthy adviser of the Order for Rainbow Girls, tonight at o'clock. The ceremony will be held at the Galva Masonic Hall Group Visits In Missouri BISHOP HILL — Mrs. Burton Armstrong and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Whiles of Kewanee, drove to Clarence, Moberly, and Macon, Mo., Sept. 18, and spent several days visiting relatives and friends. The Whiles family lived in the area 28 years ago before moving to Kewanee. The Weller Night Hawk Home Extension Unit met Sept. 29 in the home of Mrs. Wayne Chit berg. Mrs. Janet Scott of Galva was introduced to become a new member. Major '<>sson was given by Mrs. Cliilberg. Mrs. Scott assisted in the lesson on "Low Caloric Food Preparation." Mrs William Dowel! gave the feature lesson on "Home Appliances." Safety lesson on "Corn Picking" was given by Mrs. Everette Wexell. JACOBY ON BRIDGE JTB Defects Usually Bidders By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The transfer bid is not perfect, but it is remarkable to note the steady record of its success. When it does fail to produce a winning result the reason is most likely to be a mistake by its ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 Fall Flower Arrangements Featured by Garden Club ABINGDON—Mrs. Carr Ray welcomed the assembly and opened Abingdon Garden Club meeting Wednesday evening by reading a poem from Ideals magazine entitled "Youth." Twenty-six answered roll call in John Mosser Public Library Community Room by naming fall garden items most enjoyed Bicycle Inspections Will Be Conducted on Tuesday KNOXVILLE — The annual :n- and pay mission duties BUSHNELI Nawt Corraipondvnl >Mrt. Barnard BrUlharl 620 W. Hurst St., Bushaell. Phone Bushnell 519 Groups Report on Sessions spection of bicycles for Knoxville youths will take place Tuesday at the Mabel Woolsey Grade School starting at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Rolland Ecklund, chairman of the project which is sponsored by the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club, has announced that there will be a check on brakes, pedals, steering device, headlight and tail reflector, saddle and seat post and tires. Owners of bicycles passing the tests will receive a stamp of recognition. State Trooper Kenneth Martin will address bike owners and answer questions during the period. Seeks Applicants Postmaster Paul Newcomer is now accepting applications for those desiring to take examinations for positions of substitute clerk and substitute carrier in the Knoxville office. There is a minimum age limit of 18 years, but no maximum. There are exceptions for high school graduates beneath the age of 18, but under restrictions. The starting rate is $2.26 an hour with increases up to $3.14 an hour. Contribute to Budget The sum of $60 was voted to the budget by 22 members of the Homebuilders Class of the Methodist Church at a recent meeting at the church. In the absence of Tom Mathews, the president, the meeting was in charge of the vice president. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. P. Kerr and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Davis were the committee in charge Hostess to Circle Mrs. William Barber was hostess to the Rebecca Giles Circle of the Methodist Church Wednes day afternoon with 15 members and one guest attending. The president, Mrs. Estella Cook, presided at the business meeting at which time it was voted to purchase 25 crystal sets BUSHNELL—Four Square Household Science Club met Thursday at the Recreation Center. Group singing was led by Mrs. Marie Mrs. Dale Bratton led devo- Ginther, with Janet Ginther at the piano. Uons and Mrs. Cook the program. A group of members volunteered to do mending at the Elms Refreshments were served by the Nursing Home. A donation of a talk and showed color slides of hostess, assisted by her daugh- $25 was presented to the Recreate^ Mrs. Wayne Kirkendall. tion Center. Mrs. Grace Cheek Club Elects gave a talk about stamps. Mrs. "The Best Laugh I Have Had" Winnie Doll was in charge of a was the answer to roll call when game won by Mrs. Eileen Mel the G. T. Club met Thursday vin. with Mrs. Wallace Horkstrom. Hostesses were Mrs. Louise At the business meeting, Mrs. Carson Mrs. Fern Brewer and Grover Danner was elected pres- Mrs L ilHan Spangler. ident and Mrs. James Nichols secretary-treasurer Traveling bingo was played with Mrs. Garrett Cox, Mrs. Hess hostess Thursday to Mothers Daily, and Mrs. Nichols receiving Club. Guests present were Mrs. prizes. Door prize was awarded Evelyn Hicks, Mrs. Donna Mrs. Danner. Mrs. Robert Pa- Thompson, Mrs. Marilyn Logdon lombi of Oak Park was a guest. and Mrs ' Doreen Hagerman. Club Greets Guests Mrs. Mary Jane Buchen was The next meeting will be with Mrs. Robert Humphreys. Returns Home Mrs. Beatrice Crane returned to her home in Detroit after accompanying her sisters, Mrs. Ruth Marsh and Mrs. Goldie Whitsitt to their home in Knoxville. They had been visiting in Detroit the past month Mrs. Norven Blake, presented Popular Casual PRINTED PATTERN BOWMAN'S CARRY IN-STOCK SHOES TO FIT EVERY FOOT I ? HILL ARCADE BLDG. 342 1313 GALESBURG, ILL. Dahindans Host Group At Dinner DAHINDA — Potluck dinner was held Sept. 23 at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis of' Dahinda. Those present were: Mr. and Mn Harold Davis, Michelene and Bernadine of No- 1 vak; Mr. and Mrs. Earl LaFollette, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Plue, Nicky and Chris, of Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Davis, Nancy and Debbie, Walter Brown, Cindy, Diana and Jimmy, of I Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ray [ Davis, Steve, Gary, Mike, John and Mary Anne of Cameron, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis and family of Dahinda. Guests were Robbie and Jeannie Plue of Knoxville. Dahinda News Briefs Mrs. Jessie Hughes and sons, Harlan Cowell and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cowell, of Chicago, arrived in Dahinda Sept. 19 to attend the funeral for Mrs. Hughes' sister, Mrs. Hutson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams have moved into their new coun-1 try home, formerly the Richard Norman home. Mrs. Williams is I a teacher in the primary room in Dahinda. Mrs. Hildur Davis has moved "Through Russia in a Pup Tent." Mrs. Mary Lou McClelland showed Christmas candles, which will be the club's project. Mrs. Harriet Mowrey reported on the progress of the art show for Virginia Webb Oct. 13 at the Farmers and Merchants Bank. Co-hostess was Mrs. Martha Beatty. Attend Potluck Supper The Mariner group of the Presbyterian Church held a potluck supper and wiener roast Thursday at the Frank Simpson home. Group singing was led by Mrs. Ralph Adamson and Mrs. Walter Heagy outlined some of the plans for the coming year. Plan Homecoming Float The Firemen's auxiliary met Thursday at the fire house. A letter was read from McDonough Grain and Milling in appreciation of serving a box lunch at the annual day program. A nominating committee named comprises Mrs. Lucille Kirby Mrs. Delores Mikesell and Mrs. Marjorie Griffith. Mrs. Eileen Niestradt and Mrs. Betty Haymaker are in charge of the float for homecoming. In a game, prizes fell to Mrs. Doris Heath Mrs. Lucille Kirby, Mrs. Eileen Niestradt and Mrs. Helen Brillhart. Hostesses were Mrs. Fern Lantz and Mrs. Rosalie Murphy 28 WEST • KJ107 64 ¥« • 10873 *>K9 NORTH 4k 9 5 VKQ1072 • 652 + A108 EAST (O) *AQ8 «/A94 • K J9 + Q761 SOUTH a %32 •# J853 • AQ4 + JT543 No one vulnerable East South West North 1 N.T. Pass 2 f/ Double Double Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• J user, not a defect in the bid it self. However, the Eastern experts have worked out a defense against the bid and I can report on the defense and its results. I have been transferring for 10 years. The defense has come up exactly three times in that period. Twice it made no difference in the final result. The other time it fixed me. North's double of two hearts showed hearts. If he held hearts, diamonds and clubs he would have bid two spades. After I bid two spades in the East seat Jackie Begin of Montreal who held the South cards bid three hearts. West bid four spades and North saved at five hearts. The game was duplicate and all I could do was to double. Jackie had a few anxious moments in the play. She had to hold the loss to two tricks and we cashed two spade tricks right] off the bat. Then I shifted to the nine of diamonds. Jackie took the diamond finesse and her first hurdle had been passed. A trump lost to my ace and I led a second diamond which was won by South's ace. Jackie drew trumps and threw me in with her last diamond. I had to lead a club and this automatically left her only one club loser. This gave her a minus score of 300 points, but most East-West pairs bid and made four spades for a score of 420. Guests were Mrs. Ross Dunlevcy and Mrs. Ed Bozman. A report was given on school and library flowerbeds. A vote of appreciation was given Dick Andrews for having made Fall Festival sign. Galena open house this weekend and gardens of interest were called to the attention of members. Mrs. Florence Marks, program chairman, read an article on "Time to Do Things," and introduced Mrs. Wayne Cline, who displayed a number of fall flower arrangements created from items gathered along roadsides in this locality. She explained drying, arranging and spraying of each. Mrs. Martin Stegall received a prize given by Mrs. Cline. Dur ing the social hour, serving was from a yellow cloth covered table centered with a large bowl of marigolds flanked by china birds in bittersweet. Mrs. Carr Ray presided at the silver service Hostesses included Mrs. Florence Marks, Mrs. Clara Hale Mrs. Dora Ehrenhart, Mrs. Lora Stegall and Mrs. Cassie Draper. Members exchanged flowers and bulbs. for churches in this movement. Mrs Jessie Lincoln gave the worship on this year's theme, "Wc Are Involved." Mrs. Mary Anderson was appointed to receive World Call subscriptions from circle members due Oct. 1. New yearbooks were filled out for first six months. Mrs. Lcona Milward and Mrs. Esther Fluke served as leaders. Neetl for Churches Observed at Meeting At a recent meeting of Nancy Circle in Christian Church parlor, Mrs. Maude Babb presented the lesson from the book, "Church Spires in City Skylines." Using the first two chapters, she pointed out how cities and towns are expanding outward and the need 4593 SIZES 12-20 NOTfc: Sena pajtaro oidar» direct to New York Watch addras* below Order* wUi NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office Homemakers and career girls , love it—our new cardigan casual to Dahinda in a trailer set on the I with at ^necuin. blend. Printed Pattern 4593: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18. 20. Size 16 requires 2 V4 yards 54-inch fabric. FIFTV CEMTb in coin* coi UlH pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class (railing ana special Dandling Send to Anne Adams, care ot Galesburg Register- Mail 411. Pattern Dept. U'i VV nth St.. New Vork U. N V Print plainly NAME. ADDB£SS with property of her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davis. Mrs. Dorothy Darnell has returned to her home in East St. Louis after a visit in Dahinda. The annual chicken supper will be held at the Methodist Church Oct. 2. Set Maquon Meeting on School Plan MAQUON — There will be a community meeting Sept. 30 at 8 p.m. in the Maquon Junior High School gymnasium. The purpose of the meeting will be to acquaint the people of the community with the details of the Oct. 5 election, when a site for a new high school for the Spoon River Valley District will be decided. The two sites selected are the Polhemus area located north of the senior high school building in Fairview and the Estie Brown site located on the south side of 111. 116, \>k miles west of 97 and 116. Piatt states, according to a new law passed by the last General Assembly, all voters must be registered. Rio Home Greets Guests RIO — Marion Orr of Canton was a weekend guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pitman. Around 25 friends gathered at the Pitmans for a wiener roast Sunday. Mrs. H. D. Fender, Moline, visited over the weekend with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Epperson. They met Mrs. Epperson's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Simpson, Milan, at the Moline Airport restaurant Sunday for dinner where they celebrated Mrs. Fender's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frankenburger entertained their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Priebe, Nancy and Margaret, Rock Island, and Priebe's stepmother, Mrs. A. H. Priebe of St. Petersburg, Fla., at Sunday dinner in their home. Miss Alta Kay Loveridge and Gary Miller attended a party at the home of Vaughn Johnson Saturday. Alta Kay was a weekend guest of Trudy Johnson. Around 50 members and guests Opening of Court Term Set at Toulon TOULON — The October term of Stark County Circuit Court will open here Oct. 21, with both grand jury and petit jury venires due to report on that date. The 23 members of the regular panel for the grand jury include Eva Gray, Robert L. Milburn and Dorothy Roznlnrek Addis, West Jersey Township; Margaret Martin, Victoria Mazurek and John D. Fell. Goshen; Earl Colgnn, Bernard C. Barnes and Harry Hall. Essex; Charles A. Fritz. James McWIlliam and Ethel Liggett. Toulon; Janice Foutch, George Fritch and Ruth Morgan, Elmlra: Loretta M. Rumbold, Angela O. Sager and Martha E. Sniff, Valle;-; Fred Kopp and James J. Barnes, Penn; Dale N. Briggs, Charles T. Rees and William Marnuardt, Osceola. The supplemental grand jury list contains 20 names, but only the first three will be summoned to report along with the regular panel. On the supplemental list are Dorothy Hotchkiss and Scotty Webster, West Jersey; Raymond Dalrymple and Walter George Brakeman, Goshen; Bessie V. Dalrymple, Harry F. Fritch and Everett Dutton, Essex; Caslus Crum, Wayne Saudcr and Rita Ham, Toulon; y«ary Louise Banks, Forrest Dye and Luzetta Fleming, Elmlra; Florence L. Sanders and E. Lucille Schaffer, Valley; Harold Beall and Pearl E. McNulty, Penn; Charles Laurenti, Charles Odell and Frank Horack, Osceola. Petit Jury Members of the petit jury venire Include Pauline Hotz and Dale Swank, West Jersey; James Mock Jr. and George Ronrk. East Goshen; Myrtle Ilema Roark, Wjlils Perkins, Oscar Mass, Virginia R. King, Agnes Cole, Donald A. Langdon, Elsie Paull and Harold D. Cnnt- well. West Toulon; Perry Traev, Bertha M. necessary. EJizabefh A. McCarty, Marilyn Grigg, Henry Verschage. Nelson Neil and Zelma Peard, East Toulon; Rosemary Breeze, Howard H. Graves. Herbert R. Best and Harley Hlllerbv. North Essex; Phillip L. Allen. Ella Grace Catton. Paul Dean Brown and John L. Mnrrissey Jr., South Essex; Nellie Elliott, Ray Turnbull and Edna McLennan, Elmlra; Mary Ellen Berchtold. Irnogene W. Bauer and Christ Woertz, Valley Lena Beall and Howard Mueller' Penn; Alan J. Anderson. Darlcne 5 „,u B, "' r 4 ss ^ Donalf ' K. Graham, Wilbur E. Bare and Florence Dunlap, Osceola. Abingdon News Notes Frank Rossell, Tuesday in St. Mary's Hospital, submitted to major surgery on the esophagus and is reported making satisfactory progress. His room number is 219. Abingdon Chamber of Commerce, Tuesday, Oct. 1, will convene for a dutch luncheon in Friendly Cafe Banquet Room. Abingdon Churches Arrange Schedules Pastors' of Abingdon churches have arranged Sunday church services, in addition to other church functions for the week ahead. They arc- First Congregational — John M. Buran, minister. Church Bible school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Sacrament of Worldwide Communion will be observed. Sacrament of Baptism will be observed in early part of service. Those wishing to have children baptized were asked to call the minister. Commissioning ceremony for visitors at close of service. Visitors will remain at church for dinner and afterwards will leave on enlistment Sunday calls. Thursday, Senior PF 7:45 p.m.,] theme, "How Do We Know God?" sponsored by action commission. First Chrlstlun — Donald T. Hogan, minister. Church school 9:45 a.m. This is promotion day in the church school and everyone will assemble in the sanctuary during the lesson period as certificates are given out to those children being promoted to a higher department. Worship and communion 10:50 a.m. Sermon, "Discovering the Abundant Life." Thursday, Christian Youth Fellowship meets in the church lounge for first organizational meeting of the year for grades 9 through 12 pupils. First Methodist — Francis W Samuelson, minister. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Promotion Day program by the children 9:30 a.m. Church service 10:45 a.m. including a recognition service for Sunday school teachers and officers and members of the commission on education. Workers in the every family visitation were asked to turn in their cards to the pastor after completing their calls. Monday, Commission on education, 8 p.m. Book Reviewed For Club at WiUtamsfielci WFLLIAMSFTELD - Home Culture Club president, Mrs. R. E. Murdock. welcomed members and guests to the September meeting at the Methodist Church. Program chairman. Mrs. Royce Sargcant, presented the Dahinda Choral- ctfes, vocalists. The group Is composed of Mrs. Robert L. Hulin, Mrs. Larry Webb, Mrs. Larry Mackie, Mrs. Joe Collopy, Mrs. Richard Baird, Mrs. Gene Yelm and Mrs. Kermit Wells, with Mrs. Sheldon Goodwin as pianist and director. "That Certain Something," a book by Arionc Francis, was reviewed by Mrs. Dana Stewart, Princcville. That Certain Something proved to be charm. Quoting from the book, Mrs. Stewart said "No personality that allows prejudice to come into it, can ever be a successful personality," and again, "Something you can't change — change your attitude toward it!" Refreshments were served from an appointed tea tabic at which Mrs. R. E. Murdock presided. Hostesses were Mrs. F. L. Regan, Mrs. Gerald Weaver, Mrs. Francis Bodinus and Mrs. Charlie Hubcr. At the board meeting, Mrs. J. Ross Baird was appointed to act as club chairman for a tag day for CARE literary and to contact the Junior Woman's Club on a joint venture. Mrs. P. R. Kimlcr will be in charge of club entries for the district sewing contest in which any type of pattern may be used. She was asked to contact the high school home economics department to see if any of the students might care to enter this contest. Guests were Mrs. Wayne Chase, Elmwood; Mrs. MacCrea Doak, Oneida; Mrs. Paul Bennett, Peoria; Mrs. Anna Powers, Mrs. Ross Strom, Mrs. Russell Nelson, Mrs. Harold Olson, Mrs. Chris Burgin and daughter and Mrs. Earl Etoof. New members are Mrs. Donald Coc, Mrs. Howard Cain and Mrs. Geneva Kell, American home chairman, Mrs. R. Kimler, presented devo- ions. Rosary Society Meets September meeting of the St. James Altar and Rosary Society was held in the Tom Flynn home. Plans were shaped for a bake sale Oct. 2fi. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Mary Lanz, assisted by Joanne King. Martha Riggs was recipient of a prize. READ THE WANT ADS! PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL Reg. $12.50 $y50 for t complete Jeanne, Tina, Paulette, Nadine LYONEL'S Beauty Salon BANK OF GALESBURG BLOG. 342-6334 of the youth group from the Rio Presbyterian Church attended the skating party and wiener roast at Alpha skating rink Saturday. To protect the covers of cookbooks from food stains, apply a layer of press-on transparent plastic. ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER PATTERN FREE! Mai) coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ceudy now! Over 300 design ideas, ail sizes. Send SO cents for Catalog. DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS THAN FULL COVERAGE Spotty, trusf-to-luck insurance is not only unrealistic ... ifs gambling with your property. Protect your investment fully with a comprehensive insurance program that covers all the financial hazards to which home owners are subject. 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