Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 5, 1963
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GALVA 824 M«m Si RUSSELL ALDERMAN CorrcfpOftdtnf Phom Wd 2-MM Agfa Form* WSCS Subject GALVA ~ The WSCS of Grace Methodist Church Met Thursday with JO members and friends present. Mrs. Mile Goodale presided. The scripture lesson was given by Mils Ellen Malm. Members were asked to take their world bank for the Week of Self-Denial Friday, Oct. II. Cards were signed for friends of the church who are ill. Mrs. Lawrence Swanson was program chairman, and Mrs. John Barlow was devotional leader. The topic was "The Christian Mission in Southern Asia." Hostesses were Mrs. Forrest Hemmerberg, Mrs. lone Johnson, Mrs. Emma Morris and Mrs. Milford Patterson. Club to Convene The LMI Club will meet at 7:45 Kreau. Sunday Nite SUNDAY, OCTOIER 6 7 P.M. to 10 P.M. at the Watogo Legion Hall Music by the CORALS ADMISSION — 50c Proceed! To Wataga Connie Mack Baseball Team p.m. Tuesday in the parlor of the First Methodist Church. "Come Catch a Rainbow,'* a topic dealing with decorating and color planning, will be on the program. Motorist Arrested James Dennison of Galva was ticketed Friday night for a stop sign violation at the corner of Chester and Market streets. He I;: scheduled to appear in police court at a later date. Volunteer 4-H Club Leaders Recognized Approximately 200 attended the annual 4 -H leaders recognition banquet sponsored by the Henry County Homemakers Extension Association and the Farm Bu- Clover awards consisting of a certificate and pin were presented to those leaders who had served five, 10, 15 and 25 years in agricultural and home economics 4 -H Club work. Howard Allison, Atkinson, was OPZH 1 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMOMAMORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 different salads. S different mini, vesjetablaa and rallahee, fish on Friday. Barvlng continuously from 11 A.M. fe S P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday CaU 341-1440 41S ft. Seminary Seetlnt capacity IIS THE STRIPPER Joannt Woodward • Clair* Trevor • Richard Boymer Adults 60c Childrtn 25c SHOW STARTS 7:30 THEATRE - KNOXVIILE DRIVE-IN TONIGHT ONLY ? Iktall ^lisrakMitK! OPEN :30 THEATRE w STARTS TOMORROW HONORED »s the picture to inaugurals the HOLLYWOOD PMVHW BtfGAMMONT StVEN ARTS mam « ASSOCIATES AND ALOBICH PRODUCTION siamuk Bette Davis Joan Crawford WEVERHAPPBiB) To BABY JANE ?* WARNER BROS. • PLUS * Dolores Hugh HART O'BRIEN COME FLY WITH ME II Bf£Seitt#d M efnefttd pin fef 38 years ot leadership. A pearl pin for 15 years of service was pre* sented to Lloyd Engnell, Lynn Cento 1 . Those receiving gold frthii for 10 years' leadership were William Wyfiles, fowfceo; Kenneth Johnson, Cambridge; Ray Rhodenbaugh, Orion, and Howard Hints, Genese©. Silver pins were presented to Bob Otley, Kewanee; John Dwyer, Atkinson; Bob Rishel, Cambridge; Eldon Larson, Geneseo, and Wilbur Nelson, Cambridge, for serving five years ti agricultural club leaders. Silver pins for five years of leadership in home economies 4* H Club work were presented to Mrs. Orville Bolts, Coat Valley; Mrs. Walter Causemaker, Atkinson; Mrs. Ed Cauwels, Cambridge, and Mrs. Lloyd Dotson, Mrs. Dewey Greene and Mrs. Darold Lodge, of Geneseo. Mrs. Donna Kay Elliott, assistant home adviser, and Lance Humphreys, assistant farm adviser, made the presentation. Wayne Oberle, former 4 -H member, who is now assistant farm adviser in Livingston County, gave the address, "Attitudes." Chuck Fleming, Kewanee, 4 -H Federation member, was master of ceremonies and Judy Olson, Geneseo, led group singing. Youther Committee Plans Wiener Roast Henry County Rural Youth members have planned their October meeting with the out-of- doors in mind. Tuesday at 8 p.m. the group will meet at the George Holevoet farm, five miles north of German's station and one mile west. Among highlights of the evening will be a wiener roast, the wieners to be furnished by the individuals who attend according to their own wants. Other food and hot chocolate will be provided by the organization. Members were asked to take along as many guests as desired. Goltttburo RtQisttr-Moil. Galciburq, III. Saturday, Pet. 5, 1963 S Home Adviser to Attend Conference Among University of Illinois Extension employes who will attend an annual fall conference on the campus is Alice Ann Simons, Henry County home adviser. The 4- day session, slated Oct. 15-18, will emphasize the depth of role for the extension educator. Sidelights on stimulating programs will form fitting areas of study for approximately 350 extension workers who will attend the series of meetings as part of their professional improvement. Prior to the conference opening, Miss Simons will attend a foods and nutrition study workshop at Bevier Hall, Urbana. She will also serve as a discussion reporter at NOTES ry'i St. Ma RObln Heetherly, 331 S. JPHt\ St. Mrs. Nttmt Laulhllft, Kettnsfcuri. Archie Trout. Oalesburg Houle 2. MM. Sue Phlamm, 1030 N. Broad Lylli t. Roberts, 404 f . North St. Mrs. Lewis North, Quasquenton, Larry A. Grant, 141 W, Tompkins **' DtiMliiALi rfllDAY Qat? fireWn. Oalaafeujri Rout* s. Route 1. Mrs. William Hal*, Dahlnda. Cathy. Hempstead, AvoS. Mrs. Beverly j. Um, IBM B. Main St. Mrs. Elmer North, Quasqueton, Iowa. Mrs. Warren Sherwood, 1*11 N, Cherry St. Mrs. Win Ave. innie Singleton, 150 Maple 8 enry J. Sylvia, Khoxvtlle. onald K. Willett, North Henderson. BUSIINKM *U*t ieNsiri BrllHMfl «2U W Hunt St* Uushaell. Fhont Bushnell 510 PTA District 20 Conducts 40th Conference at Bushnell BUSHNELL-Tha 40th annual conference of district so of PTA was held Tuesday at the east Elementary School, Bushnell, with representatives from Hancock, Schuyler, Fulton and McDonough counties present The afternoon session was called to order by the district director, Mrs. Daisy Strode, followed by Cottag** ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Mjss Jennie Shook, 1780 B. Main Merie W. Nelson, S70 E. First St. Robert M. Downard, 19SB 8. Bern- Mrs^Zela >. Burkctt, 140S Moshler Ave. Mrs. Octavla B. Miller, S80 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Sharon S. Dorris, Centralia, Mrs.' Margy K. Ntaburt, Smlthshire. Mark Wayne Stebor, 167 Blaine Ave. Kathy Louise Taylor, ISM McMaster Ave. Warren E. Harvey, tiss Garden Lane. Miss Carolyn Mitchell, Oneida. Gary S. Budd, 1184 Bateman St. Miss Cathy D. King, Galva. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mils Nancy K. Rehri. Lynn Canter. Raymond L. Parr. Elllsvllle. Wllll»m T. Watson, 448 Franklin Ave. Thomas M. Larson, I860 N. Cherry St. • , ' Ricky Iir. Avery, Abingdon. Mrs. MirjbrJe N. Neville, London Mills. . Mrs. Gladys M. Hendrlckaon, 871 N.'Chambers St. Mrs. E. Julia Porter, 224 Lake St. Mrs. Sally A. Smltl. and baby, 842 . S. Elm St. Mrs. Marcy J. Innesa and baby, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Lois D. Tapper, Knoxvllle. JVfoanriore Tndfotinct WEST PLAINS, Mo. (UPI) Ronald W. Hyde, 20, Flint, Mich., was in custody today in connection with the theft of two tape recorders, a radio and cash from three churches. One of the recorders contained a taped sermon entitled, "Thou Shalt Not Steal." RIB SHACK North on Route ISO ROM. Beef, Chleken. Fried Chicken. Shrimp*. Vlssa. land- wlchoa. Air CondltiraM For carry rat senrlca Call MI-I41S Opaa Dally at I P.M. the conference following a presentation on program development by Dr. Arnold Powers, Iowa State University sociologist. County copperators who have questions pertaining to the extension program were asked to post'- pone them until Miss Simons has returned to her office. Fine Is Imposed Torrehce E. Kelher of Sterling was issued a ticket Thursday night for not having a drivers license. He appeared in Galva Police Magistrate William Quinney's court and paid a fine of $5 and cost. ' - the presentation of the colors by Boy Scouts, Verle Roller and Gerald Bentzinger. Leroy Crum, principal of East Elementary, extended greetings. Mrs. Leroy Springer of Chicago, PTA magazine chairman, of the Illinois Parent-Teacher Council, presented the afternoon speech "More Power to Parents." Two vocal solos were presented by Milton Whitemah, high school vocal teacher, with Miss Mary DeMoss at the piano. Round-table conferences were conducted by Mrs. Raymond French, presidents and vice presidents; Mrs. Springer, programs and PTA magazines; Wendell Huff, exceptional child, and Mrs. John O'Malley. membership and hospitality. Serve Dinner Dinner was served to 55 members of PTA in the school cafeteria. In the evening session, Denton White, superintendent of B«wh nell-Prairie City Unit, welcomed the group. Mrs. Raymond French of Bloomlngton, second vice president of the state council, served as moderator for a symposium of "Whose Responsibility?" Topics were by Rev. Henry Cox, "The Church;" James Bartlow, Schuyler County superintendent of sch^ls, "The School;" Mrs. Springer, "The Parent," and Mrs. French, "The PTA." Mrs. Virginia Hawkins gave a repou of the election. Wendell Huff of Cuba was elected district director and will be installed at the state convention in April. To conclude the program, Mrs. Shir ley Phelps offered a vocal num ber with Mrs. Shirley Cortelyou at the piano. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! GUEST NIGHT $1 BUYS YOUR GUESTS' DINNER MONDAY, OCTOBER 7 This offar good Monday, Oct. 7, Only Buy any priced dinner at regular price and your guest may receive a meal of equal value or less for only $1.00 by presenting this coupon HARBOR LJOHTS SUPPER CLUB „ Quasi Nlta Coupon Party Buffets served to groups ot 25 or more with reservation. Phone 342-4517 Harbor Lights SUPPER CLUB Rout* 150 North — "On the Strip" SMORGASBORD EVERY SUNDAY '2.50 X2 NOON "Till « P.M. We Cottr to Your Good Toitt And You'll Favor Flavorable Food, Tastefully Served la Attractive Atmosphere. PHONE 342-2151 North Henderson St. Rt. 1H Galesburg. 111. Fire Causes Loss On Farmstead A farm tractor and a wagon, plus other smaller machinery, were destroyed Friday in a fire, which destroyed a machine shed and its contents about 9 a.m. at the farm home of Lyle Living ston. The loss of the building and equipment was estimated at $5,000 by Art Hoyle, assistant fire cnief of the Bushnell Fire Protection District. Equipment from the Bushnell District answered the call and an additional tank truck was summoned from the New Salem Fire Protection District. Firemen were unable to save Police Accuse Man of Shooting Ex-Sweetheart WHEATON, 111. (AP)-Du Page County authorities held an Elmhurst man today who they said shot his former sweetheart as she walked to work. Robert G. Merkel, 22, was held in lieu of $10,000 bond on a charge of attempted murder. He was arrested Friday in Wisconsin about two hours after the shooting. Miss Jessie Caley, 19, of Elmhurst, was wounded by three bullets, Capt, Herbert Mertes of the Du Page County sheriff's police said. She was in fair condition in a hospital. Sheriff Jack Leslie of Dane County, Wis., said Merkel told Dane County police he shot Miss Caley because she broke a date with him. Merkel waived extradition to Illinois. the shed or machinery, but watered down the nearby farmhouse and a large hog house which were gnited by sparks from the burning building. There was vary small damage to the wood-shingle roof of the farm home, but Hoyle estimated damage to the hog house between $300 and $400. Lodge Welcomes Guest Officers The Victor Rebekah Lodge held guest officers night Thursday at the IOOF Hall. The noble grand, Betty Tracey, conducted the meeting, with the following serving as p. *em officers: Lurline Doner, Lois Hood and Alberta Miller. Guests were present from Macomb, Industry, Table Grove, Colchester, Blandinsville and Rush- vi" \ Lurline Doner will attend the state assembly of Rebekahs in Springfield. Mrs. Betty Tracey was chairman of the refreshment committee. Greenhiish 4-H Club Organizes OREENBtJSH - Twenty-two members of the Greenbush Baste and Taste 4-H Club held their October meeting Wednesday. Those present were told of the need to attend Federation meetings and Chrissie Hoar and Eileen Flanagan were elected as Federation delegates. Talks were given by Pat McGee on "Meats" in which she told of the nutritional value of certain meats. Susan Schmalshof demonstrated "How to Make a Salad." "Cleaning Up After Cooking" was talk given by Sharon Pepper. Teresa Anderson concluded the talks and demonstrations with a talk on "Swedish Weaving." Refreshments were served by Shirley Foster and Linda Saul. Theatre Time Table Oft* 1:90, WWT* tun. BAY , oct. i -ror Lovt or Money." SI49, 5:55. 9:40. Sneak «t m "l 0 could Oo on Singing,'' 1:30. 4:49 and S:09; "Vftftise Oft the ^Moon ,"J :19. S :28 and 9:45. ^ , DRIVE tMi ''KMf Kong Vi. God 7:09; ^'CmmtntMtOi.' "Scream of rear," ^ 10:4f complete showinf nightly. ORPllBtrl ^^ri^J'or Money." 1:30. 3:38, 5:30. 7:40 and 9:48, . WIST: "I Could Oo on S^nglng,* , 1:30, 4:48 and 8:08: "Mouse on the Moon," 3:18, 6:25 and 9:45. On the Floor HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (UPI) A lasting record of 49 knockdowns occurred before Battling Nelson knocked out Christy Williams at Hot Springs in the 17th round in 1902. Williams was down 42 times; Nelson, seven. STEAK HOUSE KNOXVIIH Re-Opens SAT., OCT. 5 with a full menu of American and) Chinas* feeds. My sincere thanks to all who sent me cards, letters and flowers while I was a hospital patient and since my return. SUE T. CHIN AD CORRECTION ALL BROWNING GUNS Are Sold At Manufacturers List Price Only GUNS ADVERTISED IN THE REGISTER-MAIL WAS ANOTHER POPULAR BRAND DOM'S SPORT & BAIT 700 South Seminary St. Galesburg, Illinois READ THE WANT ADS! -TONITE — AT 8 P.M. ONLY - TONITE- * HOLLYWOOD SNEAK PREVIEW * TONITE ONLY - COME AS LATE AS 8 P.M. AND SEE A BRAND NEW DRAMATIC HIT with three great stars PLUS "FOR LOVE OR MONEY" Starring KIRK DOUGLAS. SNEAK AT S P.M. ONLY - "FOR LOVE OR MONEY" AT 1:50 • 3:45 - 5:55 - 9:40 N O W FEATURES SUNDAY At 1:30-3:35 5:30-7:35 and 9:45 FOR LOVE OR MONEY YOU'VE NEVER SEEN A MOVIE AS FUNNY I Yea'H leva Ike JEAN LOUIS fashiea crsetieatl EXTRA ADDED ) ALL NEW ) TRAVELARK COLOR CARTOON BOTH IN COLOR NOW SHOWING CKN OA1LV A1 1:11 PJI. W est SMASH FEATURES its Judy! in the singing-acting role of hsr life! STUART MILLAR «< LAWRENCE IURMAN tmut P JUDY GARLAND *»L DIRK BOGARDE U S ucHNicoior f>i\ PANAVISION* UU LCQULD tlUMtrf U"U UWU0 UUSIS SINGING" 'I COUIO GO ON SINSINO" At 1:35 - 445 tni «05 MOUSI ON THI MOON" Al 3:1* • ilS >nd »:45

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