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6 Qolesburo Kegister-Moil, (adlesburg, III. Monday, Oct. 7. 1963 GALVA 324 Main St RUSSBLL ALDERMAN Coffitpftndefit PhOM m 2*2658 Society Has Buffet Affair GALVA—The Omega Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society opened the year's activities Saturday with a buffet breakfast in the clubhouse at Lake Calhoun. Stark County members were hostesses and Mrs. Gertrude Perrin and Mrs. Virginia Keller were co-chairmen. Fifty attended the buffet breakfast prepared and served by Mrs. Raymond Jones. The tables • were decorated with fresh-cut flowers, a lake scene and colored trees on the grounds. The program, "Acknowledging the contributions of recognized women leaders," consisted of a "What's My Line?" arrangement with Irene Krueger as panel moderator. Mrs. Lena Coll, Irene Paepke, Lilah Peterson and Hazel Hinnanas were panel members. Others participating were Mrs. Lucile Mowery. Hazel Shoemaker and Alice Chelstrom. Workshops for committees were conducted. Group singing was led by Nelrose Corkill. Those present from Galva included Mrs. Allegra Youngberg, Mrs. Grate Christianson, Mrs. Alva Jones, Miss Nelrose Corkill and Miss Mildred Lapan. Galva News Briefs Clifford Mugrage of Houston, Tex. who has been visiting at the home of his son Clark the past week will leave for Texas Tuesday. Members of the Galva Fire Department will meet Tuesday night in the city hall. Members were asked to remember the new time schedule for the meetings. Return Verdict For Damages CAMBRIDGE - The Henry County jurors returned a verdict of $1,250 for the acreage and $4,802 for the damages done to the property of and owned by Mrs. Lois Rokis, near Colona, which will be taken by the State Department of Public Works and Buildings for use in the construction of Interstate 80. The .95 acre piece of land is located east of Colona where the Cleveland Road will join Interstate 80. Marriage License CAMBRIDGE — Marriage licenses were issued at Cambridge to Johnny C. Cross of Chicago and Judith K. Klavon of Geneseo, and Dennis H. Dartsch of Plattville, Wis., and Kathleen M. Siewok of Geneseo. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Marv's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Sidney R. Lewis, Abingdon. Mrs. Edith C. Shore, 259 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Violet A. Craig. 270 E. Third St, Miss Ann F. Brown, Knox College. Mrs. Dorothy Donahue, 331 W. Losey St. . John E. McBride, 554 W. Knox St, Mrs, Ruby Ray, Abingdon. Homer Dawson, 258 Silver St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Susan M. Braden, 825 N. Farnham St. John K. Byland, 461 N. Academy St. Sam Conas, 483 Hawkinson Ave. George Dawson, 14M Monroe St. Miss Arlene Fields, Henderson, Claren R. Frew, Monmouth. Mrs. Harry L. Graham, 441 W. Brooks St. Patricia A. Johnson, 372 S. Academy St. Janet D. Larking, 125 Indiana Ave Howard E. Lencar, Ga'va. Mrs. William Livcrmore, 471 • E. First St. Frank Rossell, Abingdon. Mrs. Mary M. Sargeant, 71 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Gilbert M. Schumann, 485 S. Henderson St. Mrs. Constance M. Shea Rio. Mrs, Anna A. Watson, Abingdon. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Deann Dillon, 190 S. Academy St, Mrs. Bonnie Boughton, 793 E. Main St. Mrs. Lela Putnam, Gilson. John T. Ames, 399 W. Tompkins St. Sandra Jane Mack, Berwick. Mrs. Angela Martinez, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Mrs. Nellie Stegall, Abingdon. Clarence Barlow, Knoxville. Mrs. Beatrice Edwards, 725 Pennsylvania Ave. Rose Marie Goodlow, 755 W. Tompkins St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Owen E. Beckner, Abingdon. Mrs. Dorothy Boyd, 122 Sumner St. Ira L. Carter. 99 N. Arthur Ave. Mrs. George Horaney, 1928 Indiana Dr. Mrs. Francis Oliver, Yates City. Timothy W. Pelton, Oneida. Mrs. Kenneth Phlamm, 1929 N. Broad St. Mrs. Larry Secrist, Williamsfield. Mrs. May Taylor, 119 S. Farnham St. Charles H. Wilkins, 482 W. South St. Cottage ^ THEATRE w Rt. 34 West • Open 6:30 • Show at 7 P.M. Beffe Davis «>d Joan Crawford ItfHITT EVER HAPPBKD To BABY JANE?" Shown at: 9:00 Dolores HART • Plus • Hugh O'BRIEN COME FLY WITH ME II Shown at: 7 P.M. At 1:30 • 3:35 5:30 • 7:40 • 9:45 KiRK DOUGLAS MiTZI GAYNOR GIG YOUNG TO LOVE OR MONEY' CO-ftTAMftiftO; r THELMA RITTER usuifftiMSiNiiUE mm • WIIUNI IENOIX ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Mrs. Donna C. West, Maquon. Roy H. McGaan, Altona. Mrs. Kathleen F. DeMoss 909 Olive St. Bruce B. Kelly, 813 E. North St. Mrs. Janet G. Post, Oneida. Arthur Bogren, Knoxville. Mrs. Cornelia M. Clearwater, Oneida. Deborah L. Key, 468 N. Broad St. Mrs. Bertha M. Pierson Williamsfield. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Virginia E. Olson, Galva. Dale M. Dickson, 165Va N. Seminary St. Mrs. Alice 3. Harris and baby, Ophiem. _ _ John L. Redtngton, 467 E. Grove St. Mrs. Agnes L. Naely and baby, 453 Arnold St. Mrs. B. Gean Creek and baby. Cluster J. Lentz, 1363 W. Losey St. Mrs. Darlene T. Smith, Knoxville. Mrs. Dorothy L. Banning, Abingdon. Mrs. Mildred L. Brown, 658 Brown Ave. Mrs. Paula R. Quails and baby, 360 E. North St. Mrs. Ila Ann Stout and baby, Lincoln. 111. Mrs. Anita Huffaker and baby, 1432 E. Knox St. Kenneth E. Galyean, 475 Fifer St. John L. Quick, Williamsfield. Clayton Lopeman, 1052 E. Berrien St. Godfrey Tapper, 822 W. North St. Pcrle.L. Graham, Knoxville. Mrs. Moneta B. Buck, 804 Lombard St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Birdie M. Bramlett, Abingdon. Miss Dorothy Lindbaugh, Lewistown. Mrs. Grace E. Ritchey, Abingdon. Mrs. Bunny Wong, 033 E. Main St. Laura L. Stevens, 922 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Helen Fey, Abingdon. Betty J. Whitney, Abingdon. Mrs. Beverly A. Sornberger, Victoria. Mrs. Geneva J. Bowman, 169 Blaine Ave. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Christine M. Stewart, Oneida. Leo Gale, Williamsfield. Mark Wayne Stebar, 167 Blaine Ave. Betty J. Williams, Wotaga. Mrs. Nancy K. Herrin, 661 E. Grove St. Mrs. Lois L. Jones, Berwick. Earl W. Likes, Cameron. Mrs. Alice A. Grabill, 1292 N. Cedar St. Mrs. Margy K. Moberg, Smithshire. Mrs. Ruth M. Longcor. 261 Pine St Emery J. Norvell, Galva. APRN Iris WEST ENDS TONITE! "THE MOUSE ON THE MOON" and JUDY GARLAND in "I COULD 00 ON SINGING" TOMORROW 2 Big Features 2 "Ori'l littlf Acre" "Mcfl With • Own" Set Oneida Classes ONEIDA — The second session of the study classes will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Oneida Methodist Church. Women from Altona Methodist Church are also attending the four sessions. Rev. Mr. Biehl is the instructor, with the study topic of "These Cities Glorious." The study course is of special interest to young mothers and all were welcomed to attend. Mickey Mantle entered the 1963 World Series — his 10th — with a record of 41 strikeouts. He also has the most walks — 36. II II The Stripper JOANNE WOODWARD CLAIRE TREVOR RICHARD DEYMER SHOW STARTS 7:3* Adults 60c — Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE JUDY SINGS—It's Judy! Judy Garland, that Is, and she returns to the screen as a singing star in United Artists' "I Could Go on Singing" Technicolor-Panavislon drama today only at the West. LOOK FOR HUSBAND—When a man - about - town attorney Kirk Douglas finds three gorgeous blond sisters looking for husbands as his clients, more than business develops indicated by this scene with Leslie Parrish in the Universal color comedy, "For Love or Money," now showing at the Orphcum Theater. Transportation Departures Effective April 28 ALL SCHEDULES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Burlington. Cattbouna H Fast Mail a: 05 30 AkSarBen 5:59 10 Denver Zephyr •»•»'•» 2 Local —-8.50 18 California Zephyr - 12:31 12 Nebraska Zephyr ..7:05 Burlington W.itbound 3 to Omaha Lincoln 1 48 SS to Kansas City ....—1:55 7 to Denver —.—3:55 35 to Kansar City 3:00 11 to Omaha Lincoln 3 10 17 to California 6.32 1 to Denver 8:22 Santa Fa. Eaitbound 20 Chief 4:40 a 16 Texas Chief 6:40 a 18 Super Chief- El Capitan* 11:10 a 2 S.t Chief* 11:45 a 124 Grand Canyon 2.20 p 12 ChlcaRoan 5:50 D Santa Fa Westbound.; K.. ':. Chl«i 2:35 19 Chief 12: .3:20 7:05 ——-9:55 10 25 p. m 141 691 Grand Canyon l S.F Chief* — 15 Texas Chiel — 17 Super Chief- El Capitan* •—Flagstop dark Northbound FHtfht „^ 140 to Chicago* ?«6 • m 906 to Chicago** 4 45 P ™ 690 to Chicago*** 6:39 p m Ozark Southbound to St. Louis** 8 59 a. m to St. Louis*** 8;44 p. m •—Except Sunday ••—Except Saturday •*•—Saturday only •••—Saturday only •*US SCHEDULES Wastbound To West Coast ... 6:30 a To West Coast 1:20 p To West Coast ... 9 45 o Eaitbound To East Coast 11:55 p To East Coast BflO o To Peoria 1:20 p To Peoria — 8:25 p Southbound To St. U>uls ...10.-00 Northbound To Davenport ... 9:20 p Henry County 4-H Leaders Recognized CAMBRIDGE — More than 200 4 -H leaders, their wives or husbands and other guests attended the barbecued chicken recognition banquet Saturday in Cambridge Community Hall for home economics and agricultural leaders. Chuck Fleming of Kewanee, 4 -H federation member, served as master of ceremonies and introduced Mrs. Donna Kay Elliott, assistant home adviser, and Lance Humphreys, assistant farm adviser, who presented the awards. Clover awards, consisting of a certificate and pin, were presented to those leaders who had served five, 10, 15 and 25 yeafs in agricultural and home economics 4 -H club work. Howard Allison of Atkinson Boosters was presented an emerald pin fof 25 years of leadership. A pearl pin for 15 years of service was presented to Lloyd Engnell, Andover Future Farmers leader. Those receiving 10- year pins were William Wyffels, Geneseo, Atkinson Boosters; Kenneth R. Johnson, Cambridge Champs; Ray Rhoderibaugh, Orion, Western Junior Farmers and Howard Hintz, Geneseo, Boosters. For five years leadership, silver pins were presented to Bob^Otley, Kewanee; John Dwyer, Atkinson; Bob Rishel, Cambridge; Eldon Larson, Geneseo, and Wilbur Nelson, Cambridge. Earn Silver Pins Silver pins for live years of leadership in home economics 4- H Club work were presented to Mrs. Orville Boltz, Coal Valley, Western Country Cousins; Mrs. Walter Causemaker, Atkinson Sunshine Gals; Mrs. Ed Cauwels, Cambridge, Cornwall Girls; Mrs. Lloyd Dotson, Geneseo, Gains Janes; Mrs. Dewey Greene, Geneseo, Cloverettes, and Mrs. Darold Lodge, Geneseo, Loraine Smilers. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott were presented gifts, Mrs. Elliott having resigned, effective Oct. 31. Members of the Homemakers Extension Association, County Home Economics 4 -H Committee and Agricultural 4 -H members prepared and served the barbecue. 12:55 m m m m m m m m m m m m m m tn m m m m m m rr. m m a m Woman Fined $50 and Costs CAMBRIDGE — Mrs. Mary Louise Jordan, 1215 W. Fourth St, Kewanee, was fined $50 and costs in Henry County Court by Judge Conway Spanton on a charge of battery Sept. 4 and the case was continued until last week. The complaint against the Kewanee woman was signed by Mrs. Jean Warden of Knox Homes, who said she sustained multiple lacerations on her face and left eye at the hands of Mrs. Jordan in an incident at the Royal Duces Club in the 200 block of East Sixth Street, Kewanee. It was necessary for Mrs. Warden to go to the hospital, where nine stitches were required in treatment of the lacerations. READ THE WANT ADS! Set Altona Meeting ALTONA — Mary-Martha Unit of the Altona Lutheran Church will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the church. Roseville Chapter Joins in Aid to Mountaineer Schools ROSEVILLE — Members of the Chief Shaubena Chapter, DAR, at a meeting Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Charles McMurry, will contribute to used clothing to be sent to the Tamassee and Kate Duncan Smith schools in the southern mountain areas. Mrs. R. F. Fisher, chairman of the schools committee, will present a program on the schools that are supported by DAR chapters. In the past 60 years more than $4,500,000 has been contributed by the DAR to schools in Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Tennessee and Wisconsin. Mrs. James Anderson will talk on DAR museums and Mrs. G. G. Neilson will read the President General's message for October. Mrs. Herman Kington, Miss Mary Lou Kington and Mrs. Harvey Adair will assist as hostesses. Study Age Problem The Point Pleasant Unit of Warren County Homemakers Extension Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Otto Oberjohn with Mrs. Max Sanderson as assisting hostess. Mrs. John Ewen presented the short lesson on fall decorations. The members were led in a discussion of the subject "Senior Citizens — Understanding the Aging" by Mrs. Tracy Watson and Mrs. Don Mills. During the business meeting, announcement was made of the Fiesta Sale to be held on Nov. 15 in Monmouth at the Home Bureau Building, when some of the Point Pleasant mem bers will be assisting, and all were urged to attend. A luncheon will be served at noon. The next meeting will be Nov. 1 at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Don Mills with Mrs. Earl Kirkpatrick assisting. Residents Moving Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carlson have purchased a residence at 227 S. C St. in Monmouth and plan to move there about the first of November. Carlson is employed at Bowman-Colwells in Monmouth. WSCS Social Club The WSCS Social Club will meet on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. G. W. Aldrich. Point Pleasant Circle The Point Pleasant Circle will READ THE WANT ADS! Movie Calendar MONDAY, OCT. 7 ORPHEUM: "For Love or Money 1:30, 3:35, 5:30, 7:40 and 9:45. WEST: "I Could Go on Singing, 1:30, 4:45 and 8:05; "NJJouse on the Moon," 3:15, 6:25 and 9:45 DRIVE IN: "Come Fly With Me," 7:00; "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane," 9:00. One complete showing nightly. Gains Probation CAMBRIDGE — Clyde McBride, 40, of Green Rock, was placed on 2-year probation in Henry County Court by Judge Conway Spanton Friday after the case had been continued in September on a charge of attempt to contribute to the sexual delinquency of a child for pre-sentencing investigation. Finally NEW YORK (UPI) — Jockey Eddie Arcaro rode 250 straight losers before he scored his first victory. Opening Tonight The Grenadires Don't Miss This Exciting Group FRANK'S FALL FEATURE Fillet Mignon Dinner It's Always More Fun at . . . 450 2100 Grand Ave. Phone 342-6412 Jimmie Marando Proudly Presents Oct, 11th thru Oct. 20th SOPHIE TUCKER with TED SHAPIRO at the Grand Piano RESERVATIONS ONLY PHONB 787 1! 11 or 787 170} 2 SHOWS MTEl V — 8:15 and 11:15 Cover Charge $3.00 per person including fed. Cab. tax. ($100 Saturdays and Sunday) Payable At The Poor MILAN ROOM AISO AVAILABLE FOR DINNER - NO COVER CHARG1 SOPHIE TUCKER IN PERSON PLEASB NOTICE: please order food prior to showtime. No serving during the performance. (We suggest being present 1V4 hours previous to showtime.) Patrons are requested to relinquish tables after first show to accomodate 2nd show reservations. s MILAN, H4* PHONE liTUU Roseville ANN LARSON P. O. Box Wl BUSHNELL 620 W. Hunt SW ButhAtU Mtt. IetM«i IHUaVSfl Phono Buihfiali 619 meet on Wednesday at 2 p.m. In the home of Mrs. Addle Grainger, with Mrs. Reah Beasley and Mrs. George D. Beasley assisting hostesses. Roseville Briefs Richard Blevins of the Air Force has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Blevins. Following his furlough, he will be assigned to Okinawa. . Ricky Gunther of Phoenix, Ariz., Was a recent visitor at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Young. Mrs. Robert Adkisson was a visitor in Chicago on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clowers, Mrs. Lena Orwig and Mary Ann Clowers attended the 10th annual reunion of descendants of Abraham Orwig held on Sunday, Sept. 29, at Glenwood Park in Macomb. Relatives attended from Winfield and Morning Sun, Iowa; Smithfield, Avon, Prairie City, Camp Creek, Roseville, Table Grove and Adair. Mrs. Veanee Bycroft and her son Wendell, in celebration of Wendell's birthday last week, made a trip to Mendota, where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton and went on a sightseeing tour in Chicago. Angles League Roseville Hardware, 16-8; Texaco, 16-8; Ben Franklin, 12-12; Ramer's 66, 11-13; Twomey Grain, 9-15; Acme Lab., 8-16. High team game, Roseville Hardware, 827; high team series, Roseville Hardware. 2250. High individual series, (M) Dale Ramer, 478, (W) Esther Thomas, 380; high individual game, (M) Dale Ramer, 202, (W) Esther Thomas, 157. RoievlU. Bank League Roseville Bank, 15-9; Leezer's, HV2-9V2; Willis TV, 12Va-ll%; The Junction, 12-12; Sand's Elevator, 10-14; Baglcy Sales, 8-16 High team game, The Junction, 944: high team scries, The Junction, 2731. High individual series, (M) Alvin Brewer, 506, (W) Liia DeFord, 471; high individual game, (M) Alvin Brewer, 191, (W )Vonnie Solomon, 184. Double Dozan Laague Misfits, 19^5; Four Square, 15-9; Doubtful Doubles, 14-10; Fearless Four, 11-13; Hits and Misses, 10-14; Four Ten Pins, 3-21. High team series, Hits and Misses. 2125; high team game, Hits and Misses; 73S. High individual series, (M) Wayne Lam, 401, (W) Jean Adkisson, 423; high individu.il game, (M) Wayne Lam. 174, (W) Jean Adkisson, 172. Bushnell Bank 0bserves50tli Anniversary at Open House BUSHNELL—The Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Bush* nell observed its 60th anniversary Saturday evening with open house. A crowd estimated at approximately 1,000 was in attendance. On Oct. 1, 1913, J. H. Spiker, B. H. Alexander and L. fi» Brewbaker purchased the Cole' "' ' 1 " Trust and Savings Bat.k and on Jan. 1, 1914, incorporated under the name of Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Bushnell. In 1923, the bank moved from the northeast corner of East Main Street to the present location. During these years the bank has expanded greatly, absorbed three other banks, increased its capital and surplus and added many new services. Old coins and current money of various denominations were on display. Favors were given. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with a cake designed as a replica of the bank building and gold candles. Club Has Session The Philathea Theta Rho Club met Saturday afternoon at the IOOF Hall. Plans were completed for attendance at the State assembly in Springfield. Honored at Shower A pink and blue shower honoring Mrs. John Peterson was held Friday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Reno. Mrs. Ray Zimmerman was the co-hostess. In games, prizes were won by Mrs. Kenneth Ray and Mrs. Ernest Spangler. Those attending were Mrs. Harris MOWrey, Mrs. John Geeves, Mrs. Ray West, Mrs. Ernest Spangler, Mrs. Norbert Glash, Mrs. Kenneth Ray, Mrs. Fred Pierce, Miss Margaret Schneck, Miss Trella Brewer and Miss Susie Peterson. Visiting In Bushnell Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Brewbaker of Downey, Calif., arrived Thursday in Bushnell to spend a few days visiting with friends, and attending the' festivities associa­ ted with the 50th anniversary celebration of the Farmers and Merchants State Bank. RIB SHACK Noith on Route ISO Mb!, Baal. Chicken, rried Chicken. Shrimp. Vina. Sandwiches. Alf Conditioned For carry out aarvieo Call 342-2411 Open Daily at S P.M. Colifornian Is Visitor At Oneida ONEIDA—Mrs. Ruth Weinberg of Fresno, Calif., is visiting at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Adams, and other relatives of the) area. Members of the Oneida Woman's Society of Christian Service who attended the fall group meeting at the Knoxville Methodist Church were Mrs. Keith England, Mrs. Ona Courtright, Mrs. T. Wayne Biehl, Mrs. Eugene England, Mrs. Ora Olson and Mrs. Charles England. Stanley Adams is recovering satisfactorily following spinal surgery at Cottage Hospital. Cris Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart, is a patient at Cottage Hospital. She is being treated for pneumonia. Also in Cottage Hospital with pneumonia is Timmy Pelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Pelton. , Activities of Oneida Methodist Church are: Trustees will meet Tuesday at the church at 8 p.m. MYF chili supper Friday at 5:30 p.m. WANTED-TRAINEES IBM Kf. YPUNCH DATA PROCESSING COMPUIIK PROGRAMMING Bov 144. % Reiister-Mull J NEW! VYsheers by Roman Stripe... The Support Hosiery That Are Really Sheer, You Can Even Wear Them for Evening! 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