Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 5, 1963
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for Services At New Site , Con|t%ttiion of the Ctlvury A* sembly M (tod Church will hold services thli lundajr M their new building located it the earner of Xellogf and Grove streets. Th« location wai tht lite ot the Grew Theater, eM in tha aprlng of 1N0. Tha 1900,000 project started about 2tt years ago whan tha Grove Theater property was pur* chased by the church in Novenv ber 1960. The church was formerly located at the corner of East South and Kellogg streets. An expanding membership necessitated the relocating of the church, Rev. H. J. Waltcrman, pastor, explain' ed. Primarily the work on redesigning the old theater into a church Is being done by, volunteer labor of the congregation. Worship services this Sunday will be held in the church's new educational unit in the fellowship hall. Considerable work needs to be done before the entire church is completed, the Rev. Mr. Walterman said. Future expansion plans call for a new sanctuary and a chapel and some additional work still remains to be done in the educational building, be said. Architects for the project are West k Weber. The building project is being financed through a tithing program. Newman Club Plans Fall, Winter Events Seventeen events have been arranged this fall and winter by the Knox College Newman Club. Newman Club will sponsor a breakfast this Sunday after 11 a.m. Mass at Corpus Christi Church in Corpus Christi Youth Center. On the same day at 5:30 p.m., the club will offer a buffet supper for Knox students and faculty of Catholic faith. Officers of the Knox Newman Club are William K. Pflaum, Skokie, president; Patricia S. Weiland, Evanston, vice president; Ellen K, Fields, Gilson, recorder and treasurer, and Jeffery LrLeClercq, Highland. Park, secretary. Rev. Richard J, Means is chaplain of the club- Program topics this month are as follows: "Church as a Community Institution," Father Means, lecturer and discussion leader, Oct. 10 at 4 p.m.; "Challenge of Modern Sex," Dr. John J. Holland as speaker, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m.; "Inside Neuroticism," Rev. Francis Wuellner as speaker, Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m., and "What Is a Layman?," Father Means as speaker, Oct. 24 at 4 p.m. Afternoon meets are usually held in Old Main and evening meetings at church or college assembly rooms. The club will hold a "hootenanny" Saturday, Nov. 2, at 7:30 p.m. with the University of Illinois Folk Singers. E. Galesburg Club Observes 23rd Anniversary EAST GALESBURG - The Friendly Bunco Club had dinner Sept. 24 at the Harbor Lights honoring the club's 23rd anniversary as a Bunco Club. Members later motored to Mrs. Tom Straus' home, where bunco was played. Prizes were won by Ann Pfhersey, Mary Hemline and Berniece Lufkin. Club Coaveaes The Pea Pickers Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Jean Crouse. Bunco was played and prizes were won by Carolyn Bramlett, Rosy Wagher and Por- othy Mack. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS) AWARD WINNINO THIS IS THE LIFE Now In Hi Twelfth Season A televisioa series ef delight' till drama, offering guidance for everyday living, A PUBLIC SERVICE OF WOCTV CHAN- * Sunday meraleg at U;30 WHIMV CHAN. 4 BROUGHT TO YOU BY Mt. Calvary luthtran Church 197* W. FRJSMONT ST. Services el »*gad V >m AM, T. L. Bradford, Galesburg, Professes Vows in IC Order ^ftrother Timothy Lao Bradford, eon of Mr. and Mn. Eugene ftradfcrd, Mi E. Main It., made profession of his Triennial vows In the Institute ar Chaffy §apt, it in cenMee at Seymour, a mis- •ton of the order. Prieati of the Institute of Charity an assign to Corpus Christi ind St. Patrick's channel in Oalesburg. The father general 's residence of tha order is maintain- lid!'Ill Hoiftt' Beymour, these superior is Rev. Dennis Soott, a format print at Corpus Christ! Church, is a novitiate of the order, whore Brother Bradford will continue his studies for the priesthood. Oradaated From C.C. Brother Bradford is a u»i graduate of Corpus Christi High School. Rev. Michael Cottrell of Seminole, Fla., vice provincial of the order, received Brother Bradford's vows during a Solemn Mass in Our Lady of Lourdes Novitiate. Deacon for the Mass was Rev. P. J. Convery, pastor of St. Boniface Church at Seymour, formerly pastor of St. Patrick's Church in Galesburg. Fr. Scott was sub deacon, and Rev. J. Mallon of Seymour was master of ceremonies. Among those in attendance at the ceremonies were friends and relatives from Milwaukee, Wis., Bloomington, Chicago and Galesburg. Brother Timothy Bradford Receive $250 for Sunnyside School When the Galesburg Council for Mentally Retarded Inc., assembled Tuesday evening in Sunnyside School, 175 S. Cedar St., Mrs. Vv. L. Finch, president, presided during the business meeting, at which time a donation of $250 was received from the Boots and Saddle Club. Several members of the United Commercial Travelers painted one of the classrooms. A second bow machine has been given to the school by Mrs. Milton J. Rose, according to announcements. Mrs. Finch, Mrs. Louise Trulson and Mrs. Gay McGill attended the Central West Regional Conference in Peoria. National Retarded Children's week will be from Nov. 17-28. Two field trips have been taken by the students, one over to the home of Mrs. John Griffith to see the chincillas and the other to the courthouse. A getting to know you contest was given by Mrs. Russell Sel- lett, program chairman. A social hour followed, with refreshments being served from a table arranged with a centerpiece of tall brass candlesticks holding large wine colored candles and an arrangement of deep purple grapes and flowers at the base. Hostesses were Mrs. Rex Monson, Mrs. Paul Hadden, Mrs. Louis Goode and Mrs. John Griffith. News Notes Of Oquawka OQUAWKA - Mrs. Jeanne Burns, who had been a patient in the Burlington Hospital, several weeks, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Andrew of Illiepolis spent a day here with his aunt, Miss Marie Fliege. Mrs. John Lushlne and two sons of Milwaukee, Wis., spent a weekend with her father, Chris S. Apt, and Mrs. Apt. Mr. and Mrs. Earle A. Kloster attended a state bar meeting in Galena Sept. 30, The fourth grade of the Oquawka Grade School went on a trip to the Dickson Mounds at State Park Sept. 27. They were accompanied by their teacher, Mrs. Martha Spears, and Mrs. Barbara McNamee and Mrs. Mary Decker. Mrs. Elbert Richardson left Wednesday for El Paso, Tex., where she will spend several weeks with her son, Lewis D. and family- Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Moss of Sarasota, Fla., spent a week with her niece, Mrs. Johnny Stubbs, and Mr. Stubbs, and also visited Mrs. Stubbs* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan of Barstow, Calif., who are spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs. Mrs. Moss is a sister of Sullivan. Henry County Homemakers Plan Sessions CAMBRIDGE — At the October meeting Tuesday of the Henry County Homemakers Extension Council, members approved nu merous committee appointments and discussed preparation plans for future events slated by the organization. Meeting in regular session at the Farm Bureau audi torium, Cambridge, the group heard the individual council members present names for county assignments. Council members heard an eval uation of the all-county craft workshop recently executed by Mrs, Robert Friend, Cambridge, special activities chairman, Mrs. Friend pointed out that an "After Thought Day" is planned as a practical followup for all members, who would like a re view of the material presented Sept. 30. She stated that this even will be held at the Farm Bureau auditorium in Cambridge Oct. 14 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. All orlgi nal instructors will be present to answer problem questions. Mrs. Friend also announced that a ore holiday tour to Chicago will b? offered Dec. 3. A report by Mrs. John G. John son, Cambridge, president, fea tured an explanation of the re wards to be gained by a local unit's conducting an exchange of ideas with a similar group in another land. Mrs. Johnson stated that Henry County Homemakers Extension members have been invited to attend the annual meeting of the Mercer County Association in Aledo Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Those wishing to attend may meet at 8:30 p.m. that eveninp at 509 E. So'ifh St., Cambridge, for transportation. Rear 1 ' Tour Quota Quota numbers have been reach ed for the Oct. 9 tour being spon sored by Henry County Homemak ers E.v'ension A- -'at'sn, reports Alice Ann Simons, home adviser. The fall flight, feat- "ing stops at Mooseheart, Lee Wards Art Needlework Center, and Santa's Village was planned by Mrs. Hob ert Friend, Cambridge, special ac tivities chairman of the county CO"-ill. Miss Simons mentioned that bus accommodations would allow w passengers only and that a much greater response led to many disappointments among prospective tour participants, Am-™? thfcse were a number of non-members of the organization. They'll Do It Every Til GqltsburQ R«Qiiter-Moil, Golesburg, Soturdov. Oct, 5, 1963 7 By Jimmy Hallo First Title CANTON, Ohio (UPI) - The Canton Bulldogs won the first National Football League title in 192? with a record of 10 wins, no losses and two ties, Avoid Shutouts CLEVELAND (UPI) ~ The Cleveland Brawns have avoided being shut out for a record 157 consecutive National Football League games. Thfc last time the Browns were blanked was Oct. 1, 1950, when they were beaten by the New York Giants. 6-0, READ THE WANT ADSI Dial A Devotion A Thought Ana) A Prejyar T« Help Yaw A eervlea provided by Hit learej ejf Deacon* FIRST UNITID PMSBYTIKIAN CHURCH Prairie ewe) Ptfrie Itreote Gatafcurej, Illinois .IMRSM NORTH BAV,, ONTARIO ,CANA0* OUR ANCESTORS byQuincy "I thought YOU had the matches!" TIZZY By KateOsann "One of theee daya I'll be grown and than I'll be SOMEBODY'S boss'" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox • INI* NM, be T* I* U W. M ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITS1TT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 706 W Adama St Phont 891 YMCA Program Is Reviewed ABINGDON—Abingdon Rotary Club Wednesday program was given by Ted Stewart, Galesburg YMCA director, who told of tha local organization and its work, He pointed out the US leads in YMCA organizations with a total membership of nearly 3,000,000. flirst group began In London, Eng-1 New Windsor PTA to Meet NEW WINDSOR - "A Happy Trip to California," will be the theme for the New Windsor PTA meeting scheduled for Oct. 10. Elbert Smith of Rock Island will be in charge of a travelog cine­ mascope and color movie. Club Convenes Ten members of the Griffin Ladies Aid journeyed to Rock Is* land Oct. 2, to a meeting at the home of Mrs. Orie Bealer. Mrs. Ruth Plunkett was assisting hostess. Mrs. James Forseth of Viola and Mrs. Allen Johnston of Milan were guests. Mrs. Dean Frlichtenicht was devotional leader, and was also in charge of the topic. Plan Wiener Roast The Brownie Scouts planned a wiener roast for the Oct. 9 meeting when they met Wednesday. Drivers with cars will be at the grade school to pick up the scouts and take them to the home of Beth Lindbeck for the wiener roast. On Wednesday, the brownies drew a fall picture and tinted the leaves on the tree in appropriate colors. Party Planned A backward party, followed by a slumber party was planned by the Girl Scout troop, No. 427, for Nov. 1, at a meeting Oct. 2, The event will be held at the American Legion Hall. A number of the scouts turned in badge work which they had completed. The Rose patrol won a contest on scouting. New Windsor Briefs Three tables were surrounded in the game of Bunco Oct. 2, when Mrs. Lyle Anderson was hostess to Phill's Club at her home. Awards in the game were presented to Mrs. Robert Tornquist, Mrs. Ernest Schoenbein and Mrs. Henry Bocox. Mrs. Leslie Enstrom, Mrs. Clint Larson and daughter of Rock Island, Mrs. E. R. Friesth and and daughter of Coal Valley visited Mrs. Emily Enstrom and Mrs. Rav Keim Thursday. Moon Venture Could Wipe Out Two Programs HOUSTON (AP) - A leading United States space official said Friday that if the United States and the Soviet Union agreed on a joint moon venture, both countries might have to scrap present programs and start from scratch, "Only initial exploratory talks will determine this," Dr. Hugh Dryden, deputy administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, told a news conference, President Kennedy last month proposed the two nations combine forces for lunar exploration, Dryden has been conducting talks for several months with Soviet repre. sentatives on possible U.S.-Soviet cooperation in many space programs. In Carry Back's comeback campaign he ran second, first and third in his first three starts this year. land, in 1844 an 4 has since spread to all parts of the world. The Galesburg "Y" is now 97 years old. The speaker emphasized programs carried on as countywide projects which benefit Abingdon and similar communities, including summer swimming, Indian Guide program for father and son teams, summer canoe trips as well as assistance and guidance given young boys on probation entrusted to the YMCA director by the county judge. Guests included Myron Armstrong and Carl Wagner, Bushnell Rotarians, and Gary Bonham, Abingdon, guest of C. J. Vander- Wert. Jerry Bulkeley served as program chairman. Marion Butler reported on ticket sales for the annual smorgasbord Oct. 19 and urged all members to get busy and sell their tickets tional meeting during the worship service. Tuesday 7 p.m. Maria Circle meets in the church lounge. Thursday 7 p.m. Christian Youth Fellowship meets in the Fellowship Hall. Lydian Class 7:30 p.m. meeting in the church parlor. Congregational — Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Rev. Theodore Hargreaves, Yates City, will conduct the service. "You etn fight with me whan we're playing baitktli. Marilyn, but at dancing class v©u art tht Qppo»it#«4 *r High School Club Shapeg Projects Abingdon High School Latin Club, at its second meeting of the year Wednesday in the large gym, voted to help Community Welfare Association mend broken toys at Christmas, The club also voted to sponsor a drive for needy children of Abingdon on Halloween, Oct. 30. Members participating in the project will have identification tags when calling at homes so residents will know they represent the Latin Club. Abingdon Delphian Club will meet Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Miss Ruth Bradway, instead of with Mrs. Carr Ray, as previously scheduled. Reviews Article At Circle Session Hope Circle, Wednesday in the home of Miss Esther Anderson, assisted by Mrs. Dorothy Clutts, was presented by Mrs. Clara Shover with review of an article, "By Invitation of Jesus," by Peter Marshall, which was for the lesson. Mrs. Mary Goodson based devotions on 121st Psalm and read a selection from "Grains of Sand,'* by Mrs. Bernice Hogan, Miss Anderson mentioned two gifts received for the circle. The group decided to pay $150 on its WSCS pledge. I THE BIBLE M SPEAKS B | TO YOU B SUNDAY - 745 A.M. WGH - 1400 kc. This Week's Christian Science Program "rinding Freedom From Alcoholism" an- Abingdon Pastors Arrange Schedules Abingdon ministers have nounced the following schedules for Sunday and the following week: First Methodist — Francis W. Samuelson, minister. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Church 10:45 a.m. Oct. 6 is Worldwide Communion Sunday. Monday, official board 8 p.m. Tuesday, Bible study and prayer meeting 7;30 p.m. Commission on Membership and Evangelism, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, subdistrict stewardship workshop 9 p.m. Thursday, Mary-Martha Class 7:30 p.m. Friday, WSCS birthday potluck 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Preston Horst, wife of district superintendent, will speak on "How Christianity Changes Life," First Christian — Donald T. Ho. gan, pastor. Church school 9:43 a.m, This Sunday Rally Day will be observed in the church school. Worship and Communion 10:50 a. m. Observance of Worldwide Com* munion Sunday; sermon, "Faithful Stewards of God." Congrega- Gerlaw People Honored on Birthdays GERLAW — Miss Kathryn Winbigler had a birthday slumber party Sept. 27 after the Warren football game. It was also a surprise birthday party for Miss Mabel Gittings. The girls went to the game, sock nop and returned to the Winbigler home for refreshments. Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler had planned the party. Gifts were given each girl. Miss Carol Winbigler and Miss Linda Van Riper were the chaperones. Others present were Barbara Koch, Lynn Ricketts, Francis Sweitzer, Cindy Burford, Nancy Mclntyre, Karen Willis, Debbie Boostrom, Ann Gibson and Beverly Hawkins. Visit Cottage Mr. and Mrs. Orus Bird of Galesburg were staying at their cottage in Oquawka Sept. 27 when a group surprised them with a carry-in dinner in honor of Mrs. Birds' birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nelson of Aledo, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomaa of Mediapolis, jowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood of Gerlaw. Join At Breakfast Mrs. Hugh Winbigler, Mrs. Robert Roney, Mrs. Robert Lantz and Mrs. Neil McCrery went to the home of Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler Sept. 27 and took breakfast with them. The occasion was to celebrate Mrs. L. Winbigler's birthday. A group gift was given to her. Gerlaw Briefs The Gerlaw Night Unit of Homemakers Extension ate at Club 19 in Galesburg Sept. 28. Husbands of members were guests. Recent visitors at Lincoln were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Boock and Robert. Mrs. Oscar Johnson Jr. and Mrs. Harry Clayton motored to Galesburg and visited Mrs. John Price. School Teacher And 35 Felines Dispossessed NEW YORK (AP)-The neighbors all purred when the lady moved from her Queens, apartment. It meant the loss of 35 other tenants"—all cats. Helen Auld, 55, a school teach* er, occupied a second-floor, 2Vjr room flat in the 55-family apartment house. In it she kept those almost three-dozen felines. Miss Auld, served with a dispossess order, left Friday. Agents of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals moved into her former quarters and removed the cats, A GREATEST (SO BARGAIN Christ Offers You Spiritual Riches BAPTIST | COIt. NORTH AND HfNDBSQN %\%.\ Rtv. William Thgrbv, P«»t«r 40 ACRES with extra nice home end buildings. Fancas above average. Choice la* cation. Perfect for building your own lake. Shown by Appointment IARGI MICK HOMI. Has three apartments. Two will make the payments. Ixtre large lot in choice location. Priced right. •0 ACIIf with nice 7 roam home, Ixtre food well and fences. On excellent road. Close to city. Dave Williams BROKER 900 No. Swertf, Abingdon Phone 540

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