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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 30, 1963
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6 (Salesbura Register-MoiI, Golesburg, III., Monday, SeotJ30, ,J 963 GALV; A RUSSELL ALDERMAN •\ Correspondent 324 Maw St Phmi« VVB 2-2658 Calhoun Auxiliary Plans Project GALVA - The Women's Auxiliary of 'ake Calhoun is planning a public smorgasbord and white elephant sale Oct. 9 at the clubhouse, Mrs. Dean Johnson, auxiliary president, announced. Mrs. P. B. Meerdink and Mrs. Kenneth Jones Slate Supper To Honor Henry 4-H Leaders Approximately 57 adult agricultural 4-H club leaders and 69 home economics leaders will be guests at the 4-H Club leaders recognition supper Thursday at 7 p.m., in the Cambridge Community Hall, according to Mrs. Donna Kay Elliott, assistant home adviser. The event is held annually to show appreciation for the many hours of guidance and leadership donated by the various 4-H club leaders in the county. The supper is sponsored by the Henry County Homemakers Extension Association and the Farm Bureau. The highlight of the evening will be the presentation of the Clover Award to those who have given 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 years of volunteer leadership. The supper will be a chicken barbecue, prepared over an open pit outside the Community Hall by agricultural members and extension personnel. and served by unit members and the county 4-H committee. are o-chainnen of the event. Kenneth Jones will be the auctioneer. FMies Imposed Gary Burnett, Galva, appeared in Police Magistrate William Quinney's court Sunday and paid a fine of $25 and cost for disorderly conduct. He was arrested on a signed warrant. Orest Klufa, Chicago, was;?keted on a stop sign violation at Main and Exchange streets Sunday afternoon. He paid a fine of $5 and cost in Quinney's court. The Machiguenga Indians of Peru all wear their hair long. One way to tell the sexes apart is by the stripes on their long, flowing robes called cushmas. Men's cush- mas have vertical stripes; women's are horizontal. m OPEN 1:15 IIAUf At 1:30 " 3:35 nU If 5:40 - 7:45 - 9:50 WEST -ENDS TONITE1- "Gidget Goes To Rome" and "13 Frightened Girls" TOMORROW! 2 Action Hits 2 jomwme S EARCHERS: VISTAVISION AND TECHNICOLOR VNR co -(»TA «mHO \y JEFFREY HUNTER VERA MILES WARD BOND • NATALIE WOOD — PLUS — Cirrlc .s to Convene The evening circles of the Mcs-. siah Lutheran Church will meet Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. in the following places: Naomi Circle, in the home of Mrs. Leroy Anderson; Miriam, in the church, Mrs. Harland Ccder- berg and Mrs. Dale Whitman will be co-hostesses; Luther-Anns in the home of Mrs. Richard Edwards, and Rachel, in the church, Mrs. William Curtis and Miss Mary Curtis, hostesses. Anniversary Is Observed At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD-Mrs. Rosa Bechdolt and son Paul and wife of Camden, Ind. came Sept. 21 to visit in the home of her sister and nephew, Mrs. Earl Bickell and Bill. Mrs. Bickell's children and grandchildren came to her home Sept. 22 to help her cele brate her birthday Sept. 23. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bickell, Timmy, Judy, Kathy and Norma, Dale Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hart and Mike and Mr and Mrs. Oscar Todd, Mike, Mark and Kim of Kirkwood; Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Mclntyre and Clifford of Kewanee; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stokes of Oquawka and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lybarger of Monmouth. Returns from Ohio Roy Pence returned to his home here after spending a week's vacation with friends in Lima and Springfield, Ohio. Scouts Hold Sessions Troop No. 45 of the Girl Scouts met at the Woman's Club Building, Sept. 24. Patrols were formed and leaders chosen as follows: Starlight, Mary Lenz: Oakleaf, Wendy Hale, and the Get-Together, Patty Galbreath. Denise Dutton is the scribe, and LuAnn Bruch, treasurer. Den No. 1 of the Cub Scouts met Monday in the home of the den mother, Mrs. Otho Miller. The boys worked on their badges. Each boy showed a scientific experiment he had prepared for exhibit at the pack meeting. Den No. 2 of the Cub Scouts met Monday at the home of their den mother, Mrs. Harlan Carl. Mrs. Carl gave the boys a list of words from which they made a story. Experiments were planned for the pack meeting. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS stfftmOAY Mrs. Gregg J. Irons, Alexis. Mrs. RichSrd L. Duff, Galesburg Route 1. Ctaren R. Frew, Monmouth. Mrs. Lnurfl Bowden, Hermon. Dewey A. Taylor, 707 W. rjMt.St. Mrs. Alberta C. Murray, 257 W. Brooks St. Kathcrtne Mosher, Maquori. Gary D. Brown, Galesburg Route 3. Bobble Jean Phillips, 839 S. Kel- locR SI. Mrs. John W. Morlarliy, Galva. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Benlamtn Almaguer, Monmouth. Leonard J. Anderson, 1483 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. William S. Boen, Knoxvllle. Miss Antonlca M. Cambier, Knox College. Miss Phyllis Curtis, Knoxvllle. Mrs. Arthur W. Dixon, 1449 Rock Icland Ave. . , Mrs. Norman Dodspn, 543 W. First St. George D. Gerhnrdt, Oneida. Mrs. Frank Greenwood, Alexis. Miss Mary Ann Grone, 2101 Newcomer Dr. Mrs. William H. Mnrlng, 1546 N. Cedar St. Mtss Margaret Reno, Abingdon. Mrs. Allen C. Rivers,, 1380 Moshler Ave. William D. Tucker, 892 E. South St. Marsha Wheeler, Knoxvllle. Mrs. M. Van White. 08(1 E. Knox St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Harry Carr, Abingdon. Anna Marie DePrima. 1501 Haynor St. Steven Bond, Abingdon. Miss Elaine Edwards, 725 Pennsylvania Ave. Forrest Swlse, Springfield. Mrs. Kenneth L. Moran, 1655 Meadow Dr. Leonard Austin, 863 S. Academy St. Miss Paula Sue Kelly, Williamsfield. Miss Arlene Fields, Henderson. Jeffrey Gibson, 1D5 Arnold St. Rodney D. Wadams, Uew Windsor. William H. Ackerman, Knox College. Mrs. Aalmndge Wimer Abingdon. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Miss Eleanor Canfleld, 401 N. Broad St. Wllhelm A. Carlson, 723 Pine St. Jacqueline Ann Colvin, 609 Fifer St. Mrs. Ethel Drake, 1032 S. Seminary Mrs. Abe J. Howerton. 874 Maple Ave. Victor Jones, Galesburg 2. Damen Litsoy 427 N. Academy SI Paul J. Rupert, 1415 Conger READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! THEATRE w Rt. 34 West — Open 6:30 — Show at Dusk NOW ROCK HUDSON A GATHERING OF EAGLES 'Q Cttmtn COLOR ^iv ROD TAYLOR MARY PEACH- BARRY SULLIVAN PLUS rMtAUQUHT PICTUMi Jackie Gleason Papas Delicate Condition st Mrs. Bcrthol T. Taylor 612 W. First St. Maquon Party Attends Farm Business Show MAQUON - W. M. Halsey, Miss Addie and Jerome Halsey, Mrs. Lois Johnson and sons Earl and Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Piatt attended the Farm. Progress show Sept. 25 on the Jim Yardy farm near Morton. Mrs. Isal Turner accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers of Yates City to the show Sept. 24. Mrs. Gordon Ratcliffe and Mrs. Kenneth Sumner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Garland Dillon to their home at Aberdeen, Md. They left Sept. 27. The Dillons have been visiting relatives and friends here for the past several weeks. Mrs. Dillon is the former Pauline Donason. Mr. and Mrs. William Holm were recent visitors at the home of her brother, John Feid at Lombard. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mathews, George McKenna and Leroy Bowman attended the hamburger fry and business meeting of the Knox County Rural Letter Carriers at Lake Storey Sept. 25. Mrs. Dorothy Clark, Mrs. Judy Link, Mrs. Mary Jean Gullett, Mrs. Clara Gullett and Mrs. Ethel Conger attended a party Sept. 24 at the home of Mrs. John Sticer in Macomb. Mrs. Louise Clark observed her 87th birthday anniversary Sept. 23. Mro. Jennie Linegar, Mrs. Helen Peterson and Bert Thurman were her dinner guests. Mrs. Jennie Rambo made the birthday cake and Mrs. Minnie Harler furnished the ice cream to serve the friends who called during the afternoon. E. B, Walker of Chicago spent the weekend with his niece, Mrs. William Holm, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pruett, Leroy Bowman and Mrs. Marvin Bloomer were among the 15,000 persons who attended the Farm Progress show Sept. 25 at the Jim Yardy farm near Morton. Cottage ADMISSIONS SAfUHDAY Cecil M. Pierce, 1031 Frank St. Kyle W. LaFollette, 6 Chestnut St. Joe Thomas Samuelson, Cameron. Mrs. Mary I. Glissmann, 432 Franklin Ave. _ ,_, . Mrs. Barbara L. Reynolds, Cameron. . . ...... Mrs. Ida B. Martin. 825 N. Seminary St. Arthur Coon, Farmington. Judy A. Webber, Gilson. Roy S. Miller. East Galesburs. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Raymond D. Godsil, Knoxvllle. Val £. Strode, Lake Bracken. Mrs. Margaret V. Johnson, 895 E. Brooks St. „, , Gary L. Johnson, 108 Blaine Ave. Mrs. Zelda O. Logan, 09 Circle Dr. Richard O. Joles Jr., Monmouth. Paul W. Mustaln. Wllliomsfield. Mrs. Judy C. Woller, 70 Phillips St. Mllo W. Anderson, Altona. Mrs. Bonnie J. Cowley, Dahlnda. Paul C. Wllkins, 613 N. Henderson St. Kyle W. LaFollette, 6 Chestnut St. Mrs. Jean A. Morgan, 962 N. Farnham St. Harold G. Campbell, 1670 Beecher Ave, Tana L. Meldrum, 107 Arnold St. Tnomas W. Mathews, 527 E. South St ' ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Mary J. Inncs, Galesburg Route 3. Dale M. Dickson. IBS'/a N. Seminary St. Tonl H. Grabill, 1292 N. Cedar St. Miss Nancy K. Rehn, Lynn Center. Daniel E. Parke, 117 Bundy Ave. Byron L. Blackman. Seaton. Mrs. Ruth N. Longcor, 261 Pine St. Anthony E. Arnold, Monica. Mrs. Sally A. Smith, 842 S. Elm St. Mrs. Nancy K. Herren, 661 E. Grove St. Mrs. Marjorle E. Norville, London Mills. Mrs. Blanche C. Runbom, Knox­ vllle. Mrs. {Catherine M. Boen, Knox­ vllle. Mrs. Virginia E. Olson, Galva. Thomas Jerome Smith, 273 W. SLxth St. Mrs. Darllne T. Smith Knoxville. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Marjorle G. Harding, 1088 N. West St. Miss Dorothy L. Hiatt. Wataga. Mrs. Stella M. Parsons, San Kafall, Calif. Mrs. Amelia A. Johnson, Alexis. Lester J. Todd, New Orleans, La. Mrs. Marjorie J. Cozlahr, 408 Irwin St. George W. Raich, 701 Phillips St. Mrs. Maude M. Roberts, New Windsor. Henry May, 449 Lincoln St. Mrs. Helen S. Haring, 935 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Ethal Baxter, Knoxville. Andrews Kin Has Reunion A reunion of the Daniel Andrews family was held recently at Lake Storey. There were 87 members in attendance. Those present were Mrs. Paul Ruckle, San Antonio, Tex.; Clyde Andrews, Rudolph, Wis.; Mrs. Fred Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Reeves and family, Burlington; Mr. and Mi's. Bud Wells, Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bires and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wells, Mendota; Mrs. June Zimmer, Mrs. Gertrude Seidell and Carol LaSalle; Lyle Andrews, Utica; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor and family, Joliet; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Andrews and family, Moline, and Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and family, Kewanee. Others present from Abingdon, Coldbi'ook, Knoxville and Galesburg were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews and family, Sherry Largent, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Simpson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Adcock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andrews, Fred Jones, Shirley and Connie Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rice and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Andrews, Mr. and Mi's. George Miles, Marion Adcock, Marvin Miles and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Miles and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ingram, Ginger and Deana Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. James Wells and family, Mrs. Elsie Wilson, Mrs. Zeta Quinn, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Laird, Mr. and Mi's. Fred Kelley, and Mrs. Davis. Po§t Henry County Homemaker Lesson Homemakers Extension units throughout Henry County are preparing for a busy October schedule. Those groups having the major lesson by the horns adviser will hear the considerations on "Accessories for Your Costume," while local leaders will be preparing a major lesson on "Unusual Herbs and Spices." Feature lesson in all units is titled "Care of Eyes." Santa Fe was founded in 1609 b'y the Spanish as capital of New Mexico. milium' t»wmm>WM&m* NOW SHOWING THE LONGEST DAY" THE PICTURE OF THE YEAR ADULTS $1.00 - CHILDREN 50c SHOW STARTS 7:30 THEATRE - KNOXVILLE North Henderson Group Schedule Benefit Projects NORTH HENDERSON - A breakfast and bake sale will be given by the LCW at the Zion Lutheran Church Oct. 2. Serving starts at 6:30 a.m. Jean Wolford and Mildred Taylor circles of the Methodist Church will ha ,r e a chicken and noodle sale Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. RIB SHACK North on Rout* ISO Ribs, Baet, Chickan. F r i • a Chicken. Shrimp. Pl»«, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 342-2419 Open Daily at 5 P.M. Playing Nightly direct from Philadelphia The Pat Booth Quartet featuring JODI JENKINS, Vocalist BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hurst St,, BUihriell. eettMporrttei ti. »«*1airt irUUMtl Phone Bushnel) 519 Bmhnell Groups Convene BUSHNELL — A regular meet ing of the Lucile Chapter of Eastern Star was held Friday at the Masonic Hall, with Inez Bradshaw and Rufus Jarvis presiding in the East. Pro tern officers were Ruth Rogers, Berniece Williamson and Cecil D i d 1 o c k. Friends night will be held Oct. 11. The Philathea class of the Baptist Church met Friday at the Stark County Historical Society Meets TOULON—The Historical Society of Stark County held its annual meeting Sept. 23 in the Toulon Public Library. Officers were re-elected as follows: President, Charles M. Wilson; vice president, E. H. Nichols, and secretary-treasurer, Miss Rena Baker. It was decided to increase the number of directors by six members with all townships in county to be represented. Four were named. They are Jean Riggens, Essex; Rev. Wilbur McCasky, Penn, and Ben Parker and James Durbin, Toulon Township. Other directors are John Leitch, James M. Armstrong, Charles M. Wilson, Earl O. Turner, Paul Walker, Miss Ednah McClenahan, E. H. Nichols, Fred O. Heaton and Miss Rena Baker, • Toulon; Miss Mary Webster, West Jersey; Mrs. Mary H. Grieve, Elmira, and Miss Annie Lowman, Wyoming. Ben Parker, James Durbin and Ralph Gerard were named to investigate suitable quarters, as their present quarters are too small. home of Mrs. Pat Borders. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Charlotte Silberer. Devotions were given by Mrs. Mary Benzinger, and Mrs. Alice Graber gave the lesson, continuing the study of James. The VFW Auxiliary of Post 1422 met Friday at the VFW Home. Guests were LaVonna Caster of Reynolds, 8th District president; Ann Shaffer of Macomb, district conductress, and Jackie Foxall and Lucille Wilson, of Macomb. The annual pledge to a hospital was made. It was decided to purchase new blouses for the bowling team. , Btishnell News Notes A hayrack ride was held Saturday, sponsored by the Rainbow Girls. Following a short ride because of the rain, the group returned to the home of Lynn Brillhart, where refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Galloway were overnight guests Friday at the home of Leon Preston of Smithfield. Birth Record Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Belleville are parents of a son born Sept. 28 at the Saunders Hospital in Avon. The baby was named Robert A. Mitchell III. Mrs. Mitchell is the former Lois Shanks. READ THE WANT ADS! Movie Calendar MONDAY, SEPT. 30 ORPHEUM: "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: "Papa's Delicate Condition," 7:00; "A Gathering of Eagles," 9:00. One complete showing nightly. New Windsor Church Staff Plans Supplies for Units NEW WINDSOR - The church school staff of the United Presbyterian Church, which convened Sept. 25, agreed to purchase book supplies for the junior and primary departments of the school. Miss Mabel Coleman was devotional leader. Members of the adult department served as hosts. View Church Missions' Mrs. Neal Streeter, leader of the Faith Guild of the United Presbyterian Church, assisted by Mrs. Mario Forseth, projected the film on church mission at the meeting Sept. 25, at the home of Mrs. Howard Yerkey. Mrs. Streeter also conducted the Bible study. Exhibit Films Two films on stewardship were shown at the meeting of the Hope Guild of the United Presbyterian Church when the group met Sept. 25 at the home of Mrs. David Barton. Mrs. G. H. Johnson, the leader, was in charge of the lesson on stewardship. Mrs. William Johnson conducted the Bible study. Greet Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schoenbein and daughter Sharon, Tom Simpson of Elmwood and Ted Snyder of Yates City were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoenbein Sept. 22. Win Game Awards Mrs. Rella Peterson, who was hostess to the Bunco Club Sept. 25, entertained the group at the* home of her daughter, Mrs. Emery Anderson at Cambridge. Guests attending were Mrs. Herbert Thayer of Altona, and Mrs. Charles W. Peterson of New Windsor. The hostess presented game awards to Mrs. Rachel Thomas and Mrs. Emil Johnson. A hog must drink one gallon of water for every pound of pork produced. FOR YOUR • Parties • Banquets • Private Dining Rooms Come here! You'll toast our gracious cuisine service and congenial atmosphere. PLAN YOUR NEXT PARTY HERE AND BE PLEASED PHONE 343-8548 9 North Henderson St. — Rt. 150 Mf.US.PAT.OtF. Galesburg, III. PENNEYS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! 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