Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 3, 1963
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CALVA 324 Main Si RUSSELL ALDERMAN Phone WE 2*20Si Sorority Adds New Members GALVA-Members of the Beta Sigma Phi met in the home of Mrs. Jim Burger Wednesday night with Mrs. Dwalne Bell as co- hostess. The session was an open rush meeting and eight rushees were present. The guest speaker for] 1,1 ••••> •** along with some of Steve Allen's jazz. Mrs. Dwaine Bell gave the program on "Environment, Health, Work and Play." Thank-you's were read from the classical selections by Debussy, football queen, Sue Dexter, and Selections by Frank Sinatra and]her court for the dance in their Glenn Miller also were played, I honor after the Elmwood foot- the evening was Robert Cox, who gave a talk and demonstration on stereo records. The different periods of music were given, starting with the 1920s with many ENDS TONITE Last Chance To Se« This Famous Picture In Thit Araa "THE LONGEST DAY" ADULTS $1.00 - CHILDREN 50c SHOW STARTS 7:30 THEATRE - KNOXVILLE m OPEN 1:13 TOMORROW! THE BRAIN..THE BODY..THE BEATNIK They're great to date but not to mate! t —ENDS TONITE!—, 10,000 Kids Meet On 5,000 Beach Blankets! "Beach Party" IN COLOR KiRK DOUGLAS MJTZIGAYNOR GIG YOUNG He's o swingle* bachelor whe plays matchmaker for 3 luscious sisters! TOR LOVE CY 7/ COLOR THELMA RITTER • JULIE NEWIMR WILLIAM BENDIX • LESLIE PARRIS RICHARD SARGENT AU «5B« •5$. yee'l bvt Ike \. tf. JEAN 10UIS | From the Studio of "Thrill of It All" "Touch of Mink" "Lover Come Back" ADEN 1.1* WEST TOMORROW! 2 SMASH HITS 2 —ENDS TONITE!—, "THE SEARCHERS" And "UP PERISCOPE" ShtntM ft ABXtJBI _ lUMMKeftMetN* Plus 2nd Hit! ^ its Judy! In the singing-acting role of her life! STUART MILIAR IM IAWRENCE TURMAN C>«>I JUDY GARLAND DIRK BOGARDE "I COULD UCHMlCQLQI" rrVAN ,„«, PAMAVISIQM' UUjJlX. Rdeutd Ui'U UNIICgMIISII SINGING" ball QktM, Hie soterity voted to have another dance (or the high school students and alumni Fri* day night following the football game, The dance will be held in the Anderson Window Building. Members decided that something be sent to the sorority's honorary member, Sally Blust, every two weeks or month by each of the members. It was announced that there will be a masquerade rushees party and wiener roast at Diana Darter's with Gail Shields as co-hostess. The program, "Self-Estimate," will be given by Karen Burger. A preferential tea will be held Nov. 3 at the home of Mrs. Clifford Doss for tiw new members. of Sunday School Worker Is Honored at Prairie City Golesburo Reg)>ter»Moil, Galesburg, Thursday, Oct. 3, 1963 5 Speaker Announced For Galva Meeting Gilbert Swanson, president the Henry County Historical Society, will give the program when the Galva Woman's Club holds its first meeting of the year Oct. 8 at 2 p.m. in Parish Hall of the First Congregational Church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Peyton Dexter, Mrs. Josephine Buntin, Mrs. Clara Miller, Mrs. H. il. Robertson, Mrs. Joe Kendall, Mrs. Thomas Monier and Mrs. Robert E. Holmes. Women of the Galva area who would like to join the club may contact one of the following: Mrs. J. A. Hall, Mrs. W. W. Beamer, Mrs. John Chilausky and Mrs. W. E. Murnen. Forty-six members of the Married Folks class of the First Methodist Church were present at the wiener roast Wednesday night in Wiley Park. Plans for the pancake supper Nov. 6 were announced by the chairman, James White. Program books for the year were distributed. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Warner served as refreshment chairmen for the evening. PRAIRIE CtTV-Mrs. Sylvia Gunther was a surprised guest at a reception given in her honor Monday at the Methodist Church. A "This Is Your Life" program was given, Mrs. Gunther was crowned and robed by her granddaughter, Tina Sue Stoneking, and presented a charm bracelet, the five charms denoting the organizations and Sunday school classes In which she had participated. She had also served as camp counselor for young people several time in the summers. Patricia and Margaret Smith offered a vocal selection, accompanied by Anita Weilbaker. Margaret Smith and Florence Sloan sang two songs they learned at summer ramp. The story of Mrs. Gunther's life from the time the family had moved to Prairie City from Galesburg and the various events that had happened during the years that followed were given in the form of poetry and told of her as a friend, neighbor, club member and church worker, as well as the humorous situations of which she was a part. These poetical memories were later given to her to keep as cherished memories of the past and to read again when she is settled in her new home which Will be in Glendale, Arte. Plan Program The program had been planned by Mrs. Lila Harding and Mrs. Dorothy Stoneking and their assistants. There were 75 present, including her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gunther of Phoenix who came for her and to take some of her possessions to her new home and Rev. and Mrs. James Weiss of Woodhull, a former pastor of the church. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Grace Buchen, Mrs. Mabryn Varner and Mrs. Dorothy Orwig. The Gunthers left for Arizona the following morning. Church Youths to Meet in Cambridge CAMBRIDGE - The Baptist Youth Fellowship will entertain the Rock Island Association BYF Sunday at 2:30 p.m. There will be young people from 14 churches in this area in attendance. The Baptist Women's Society will meet Friday in the church, with Mrs. Horton Lindburg in charge of the devotions. The fall rummage sale will be held Oct. 12. ~ NOTES HOSPITAL St. Marv's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY ' Howard Hamilton, 1335 E. Knox St. Charles A. McClaln. Monmouth. Donald K. Willett, North Henderson. James M. Steach, Avon Mrs. Betty Morrison, 22 Husted St. Mrs. Sharon Stroops, 631 Peck St. Mrs. Catherine KuUedge, 1336 Monroe St. _ Mrs. Robert E. Bell, 201 Duffield Ave - „ . Robert C. Connour, Galesburg Route 1. Bars. Naomi West, 506 Monmouth Blvd. Cathy Hempstead, Avon. Mrs. Evelyn Garrigan, Galva. Mrs. Barbara Brown, 1342 E. Losey St. Mrs. Francis Oliver, Yates City. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Lloyd Bloss, Oneida. Miss Elaine Edwards, 725 Pennsylvania Ave. Dennis P. Grider, Abingdon. Mrs. Clella Jones, 620 Monmouth Blvd. Miss Paula Sue Kelly, Williamsfield. Quenton Johnson, Victoria. Mrs. Roland W. McDougald, 696 Holton St. Katherine Mosher, Maquon. Mrs. Margaret Orterry, 590 S. Henderson St. Frank D. Sperry, Galva Mrs. Mae Thurman, Abingdon. Mrs. Ted Thurman, Hermon. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Ila Ann Stout, Lincoln. Kenneth E. Galyean, 475 Fifer St. Mrs. Lois L. Jones, Berwick. Leslie A. Wall, Rio. Thomas Andrew Grubb, Knoxville Rd. Cristine M. Stewart, Oneida. Ben Christenson, Knoxville. Maurice E. Allen, 494 Monroe St. Mrs. Ruth Smith, 912 Maple Ave. Mrs. Zorina Jane Elliott, 528 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Ethel C. Still, 1007 E. North St. Mrs. Jean M. Johnson, 758 Maple Ave. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs, Helen L. Johnson, Rio. Daniel E. Parke, 117 Bandy Ave. Henry J. Page, 1946 Grand Ave. Mrs. Bernice I. Bothwell, 346 E. Fifth St. Mrs. Esther A. Osbloom, Galva, John E. Pates, 885 W. Berrien St. , Mrs, Nancy L. Utter and baby, 318 E. Fourth St. Judy A. Webber, Gilson. Roger E. Klump, 1794 S. Prairie St. J Mrs. Elsie Tinnel and baby, 243 Pennsylvania Ave. Rodney D. Johnson, Williamsfield. | Mrs. Norma C. Davis and baby, 1064 Johnston St. Mrs. Elsie Tinned and baby. 243 Mrs. Blanche C. Runbom, Knoxville. Miss Margaret A. Wilkins, 1089 Hawkinson Ave, Howard L. Stull, Monmouth. Miss Carolyn S. Wall, Lynn Center. George M. Bernhart, Avon. Mrs. Doris E. Elliott, Yates City. Jamie L. Clark, 990 McClure St. A survey has found that 8 per cent of every dollar spent in food stores goes for fresh beef. ZIP Code Under the U.S. Post Office's new ZIP (Zone Improvement Plan) code, everyone's address will be assigned a five-digit number, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. Movie Calendar THURSDAY OCT. 3 ORPHEUM: "Beach Party," 1:30, 3:35, 5:40, 7:45, 9:50. WEST: "The Searchers," 1:35, 5:30 9:25; "Up Periscope,' 3:30 and 7 '25 DRIVE IN: "The Castaways," 7:00 "Jumbo," 9:00. ,One complete showing nightly. READ THE CLASSIFIEDSI FISH PRY FRIDAY NIOHT Moos* Ledge Hem* Serving Starts S:M P.M. Kanmn Vists At Bishop Hill Residence BISHOP HILL - The WSCS met Sept. 28 at the Community Methodist Church with Mrs. Arnold Gillette as afternoon hostess, assisted by Mrs. Lena Lataster of Carrollton and Mrs. William Washburn of Larned, Kan., who were visiting in her home. Mrs. Vernie Wexell and Mrs. Dean Anderson were in charge of the afternoon's worship and program, assisted by Mrs. Roy Slover, Mrs. Kenneth Wexell and Mrs. Robert E. Holmes. The society will furnish a treat for the junior choir Oct. 23 and it will be distributed by Mrs. Lewis Nelson and Mrs. Gerald Nelson, who are in charge of the junior choir's recreational period. The society will begin the study, "The Christian Family and Its Money," and will meet at 9 a.m. in the home of Mrs. John A. Oberg. Members will be notified of the starting date. Swastikas The clockwise swastika was the symbol of Germany; the counterclockwise one was widely used among the American Indians. READ THE WANT ADS! OINNY LIE BOAT EXCURSION Beautiful IcMile MlMlMlppI SUNDAY (D.S.T.) Charters any tin*. Call Evenlnos and WHktndi BURLINOTON—PLAZA I-lltS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 different salads, 3 different meats, vegetables and relishes, fish on Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to • P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday CaU 143-1440 413 N. Seminary Seating capacity 129 GARDEN INN FRIED CHICKEN 75c ALL YOU CAN EAT FOR FRIDAY NITE Mississippi Valley Beys Playing MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If yon want good music "we got it.** Everett's Tap WATAGA ' FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Agate lUE PRAIRIE PARTNER* DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. 8ATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:3S to I A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-In Window RIB SHACK North on Route ISO Whs, Beet, Chicken. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pitta, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out service Call 341-2413 Open Daily at S P.M. EAGLES FRIDAY, OCT. 4 9 Til 12 GOLDEN ROCKET PLAYBOYS SHOP FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Sale The all-time favorite NOTICE — FOR THE BEST IN FOOD STOP AT THE MIDWAY TAP 2140 EAST MAIN Bring the family and enjoy our dining room. Serving turtle dinners with all the trimmings for $1 .00. Individual catfish dinners for $1 .25. T-bone steaks, 14 oz. $2.00, Shrimp, Chicken Dinners, Chicken in the Basket, Sandwiches of all kinds. Stop in and see us and enjoy the evening with your friends. Serving nightly except Mon. Stop and see the up-to-date bowling equipment at the EAST MAIN BOWL Open Bowling Every Afternoon and Saturday UNCLE JOE SHRAGAL, Prop. THEATRE w MAUI Kt> 34 Wes * "* 0pen nU ft 6:30 - Show at Dusk Walt Disney Tip ^mmm ^"UStajNays ^•f TECHIHCOLOR* •¥ buu* * KIW ran oukiMw a- 1* • *m »* tm* totum < SHOWN AT 7:00 CO-FEATUHE V'DQWSOAT 9TEFBSO0YN BIU Y HOSfc S JUMBO JIM1IT DURJUfTB Our Convenient "Drive-Up" Bonking Windows open every doy 9:00 o.m. to 3:00 p.m., except from 9:00 o.m. continuously until 8:30 p.m. Fridoys. CLOSED SATURDAY The Farmers and Mechanics Bank Corner Main and Cherry Streeti Drive-Up intronce Northeast Side of Square A STRONG PROGRESSIVE BANK Serving the Galesburg Community for Over 94 Yean Members Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation & Federal Reserve System Smart New Warmly Lined Car Coats $ Reg. $25 90 Carson's own Corliss brand guaranteed for superior quality and workmanship. Not sold elsewhere in the Galesburg area at this low price. Beautiful group of better car coats including suedecloths and wide wale corduroy as sketched. All warmly lined with Orion acrylic pile or quilted linings . . . each one a fashion favorite Sizes 10 to 18 for the gal on the go! • soft beige • moss green • pecan brown BASfMfNT COATS

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