Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 15
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 9, 1963
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16 QolcsburaReoitter-Mqil, Gatesbura. 111. Wednesday. Oct 9. 1963 Couple From Eugene, Ore., Vuit Viola VIOLA — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Payne of Eugene, Ore., are guests of Mrs. Anna Brokaw. They are cousins of the late Leonard Brokaw. Mrs. Jessie Oibbs of Biggsville also is a house guest of her sister, Mrs. Anna Brokaw. Mrs. Anna Bridger is a patient at Monmouth Hospital, where she was entered for tests and observation. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mack epent Saturday in Macomb with their daughter Jeanne in observance of parents day at the university. Accompanied by Jeanne, they went to Canton Saturday for an overnight visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Conner, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Terry of Monmouth visited Sunday with Mrs. Mae Stancliff, and also called on Victor's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Oral D. Harrison of Fostoria, Ohio, have returned to their home following a visit with Harrison's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Greenwell. They and Mrs. Greenwell were Sunday dinner guests of Harrison's niece, Mrs. Jim Jacobs, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barton spent Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Whitsell in Lynn Center, attending the monthly meeting of a card club of which they are members. Mrs. Molly Moseley and her daughter, Mrs. Leah Lyons, visited Friday with Mrs. Moseley's sister, Mrs. Nelle Mack. Five Hundred Club Meets Mrs. Agnes Mack was hostess to the Viola 500 Club Friday, with games in progress at three quartet tables, following a dessert luncheon. Prize awards were received by Miss Amy Bryan and Mrs. Gertrude Morris. The all- cut prize was received by Mrs. Boyd McAtee. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanton of Peoria spent the past weekend with Miss Amy Bryan. They returned home to Peoria Monday. Training- (Continued from pige 4) LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER—Following forward for a second generation. Cameras rolled In their fathers' famed film footsteps, Nancy recently for their motion picture debut in Sinatra, left, and Claudia Martin carry the Hollywood. It's a Sinatra production. Frank Sinatra-Dean Martin acting tradition things 6H the American education* il horizon is the sudden spurt in the number of children being sent to private grammar and college preparatory schools. Ten years ago there were some 14,000 private elementary and secondary schools; today, the figure exceeds 17,000. Out of some SO million grammar and high school students in the country, approximately seven million are in private schools. Contrary to what Is popularly supposed, the growth of the private school movement has very little connection with the Integra- ion problem. In certain Southern states parents are receiving state grants which allow them to send their childern to schools of their choice. But the big development of the private school has come outside the Southland the reason for it, generally speaking, is parent distrust of prevailing methods of teaching in such things as elementary English. In Oakland, Calif., for example, parents put up the money last year to start a school, called the Mae Carden Center School, with four grades. The idea was to pro- Marriage License Issued at Toulon TOULON — A marriage license was issued in the office of Stark County Clerk James T. Jackson to Richard Harold Huffman, Princeville, and Karen Raye Bawn, Wyoming. The 1950 Phillies failed to hit a home run in the World Series. They lost four straight to the Yankees. Yates CityOES Holds Session YATES CITY - Yates City Chapter Order of the Eastern Star held a stated meeting Thursday in the Masonic Hall, with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Staggs presiding. Mrs. Staggs reported on the "Many Blessings" session of Grand Chapter which she and Mr. Staggs attended in Chicago Oct. 1 and 2. Mrs. Frances Johnson was reported in the hospital. Those reported home from the hospital were Mrs. Warren Thurman, Mrs. Paul Clinch and Lee McMullen. Adah, Ralph and Earl North are now residing in St. Martha's Home in Knoxville. Allen Pruett, Worthy patron of Goodwill chapter, was • reported seriously injured in an accident recently. Burrs Stopped Bike PRATT, Kan. (AP) — A cross­ country cyclist ran into a prickly situation in Kansas. Phil Lord, making a bicycle trip from Rochester, N. Y., to Santa Monica, Calif., spent several hours in this southwest Kansas town because sandburrs caused two flat tires on his bicycle. READ TTE WANT ADS1 Too Few Trimmers HONOLULU (AP) - There are so many coconut trees in Hawaii that there aren't enough people to keep them trimmed. Trimming of trees on public streets and parks is necessary to prevent sore heads and dented cars — the nuts aren't particular where they fall. But the state employment service said there aren't sufficient trimmers on hand to keep the trees free of overripe and potentially dangerous nuts. Text Came From Prison Work LONDON, Ohio (AP)-The Rev. William Denzel, who is leaving the Roman Catholic chaplaincy at London Correctional Institution to take an English-speaking congregation in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is leaving something behind. It's a textbook for a 36-week course. Called "Philosophy of Man and the Universe," it's based on a lecture course he gave inmates and is now used in four other prisons in Louisiana and California. A priest of the Oblate Mary Immaculate order, Father Denzel made his decision while an infantry sergeant in the Pacific in World War II. How Safe Are Your Savings? Everyone knows in this world there is no such thing as absolute safety. "Safety" is a relative term and a basis for comparison. The BIG question is "Just How Close To Perfect Safety Are Your Savings?" HERE IS THE "SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS" AT FIDELITY FEDERAL. Your savings are insured safe up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, a permanent agency of the United States Government. Your savings at Fidelity Federal is worth 100 cents on the dollar invested and is not affected by market fluctuations. But that is not all — there are additional safety factors at Fidelity Federal. Your savings at Fidelity Federal is Invested in carefully selected home loans to build up a portfolio of home loans of excellent quality. Fidelity Federal has a continuing and vigorous collection policy which keeps delinquencies to a minimum. In the past 8 years, Fidelity Federal has made thousands of home loans and there have been only three foreclosures. This is a proof of the excellent quality of the home loan portfolio and of the adequacy of the collection practices. Fidelity Federal owns no real estate property except its own office building. An adequate reserve fund of $2,525,000 is held by Fidelity Federal to absorb possible losses. If your present savings medium cannot equal Fidelity Federal record, then your savings are not as safe as they could be at Fidelity Federal. Open your savings account at Fidelity Federal today and be as "Safe As At Fidelity Federal." tavings and loan association of galesburg MAIN AND CHERRY STREETS Charles Kraiis Honored on 87th Birthday Friends and relatives assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krans at Henderson Grove Sunday to celebrate Krans' 87th birthday anniversary. Four birthday cakes decorated the refreshment table during the afternoon and evening. An arrangement of flowers centered the table. Attending were Mrs. Pearl Jacobsen, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Clarence Jackman, Pomona, Calif.; Mrs. F. C. Healey, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Young and son Ricky, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson, New Windsor, all cousins of Krans. Also Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rissing and Miriam, Henderson Grove; Mrs. Agda Carlson, Galesburg, and Mrs. Larson, New Windsor. Women Hear Discussion of World Events NORTH HENDERSON -North Henderson unit of Home Economics Extension Association held a meeting one afternoon recently at the home of Mrs. Walter Medhurst. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Gene Carlson. Mrs. Mary Turner, home adviser, gave a discussion on "World Affairs of Interest to Homenwkers." Mrs. Ralph Weir of Lacon spoke about the annual meeting of the association to be held Oct. 7. Mrs. Weir writes "Letter From a Farmer's Wife" a regular feature of Prairie Farmer magazine. vide a Schot^that would make use of the Mil Canton system of phonies reading instruction is i regioll which, acwmilflg to eriUcs, had been turning, out poor spellers and skw readers. The Oakland parents had become depressed with reading education provided in big, heterogeneous public school classes which, inevitably, tend to hold the higher I.Q. students to (he pace of the slow. IWflBN Dr. Conant was busy criticising the orivate school on the basis that it was "undemocratic," he could not have meant to imply that "democracy" must Insist that every student, whether brilliant or stupid, should be compelled to go at the same pace. Naturally, since every person in a democracy benefits from living in a literate community, it is right for the state to provide tax-supported public schools paid for by everybody. But since every person in a democracy also benefits from the excellence of a few students who graduate from school to provide such necessary qualities as diversity, inventiveness, ingenuity, and leadership, it iS also right that small, individual- zed private schools should be encouraged. The case is clear that nobody Luther League Entertained NEW WINDSOR - Eighteen members of the Luther League of Calvary Lutheran Church convened it the Edmund Morris home near Shale City Sunday. Judy Brown* Anita Anderson and Jim Jones were named to the nominating committee. Beverly Wadhams reported on the llllinois Unit Luther League conference which was held at Au- gustana College, Rock Island, in July, Anita and Judy reported on the leadership training school for leaguers which they attended at the same location in July. The leaguers went for a hay* rack ride and returned for a wiener roast. Hostesses were Beverly Wadhams and Judy Brown. in a democracy has a legitimate objection to school taxes. But the case is also clear that parents who prefer to send their children to private or parochial schools should get a tax remission to support their choice. Democracy has an interest in universality of education; it also has an interest in fruitful diversity. Copyright 1963 No More Ttifti DALTON, G«. (AT) - the end of one era and the beginning.of another was marked here recent* iy when Cabin Craft*, a pioneer in the tufted textile industry in this area, discontinued tufted bed* spreads. Cabin Crafts, which like all of the tufted manufacturers in north Georgia once concentrated on the chenille spreads, now will concentrate 4 its production facilities on carpeting. Frank Schulte of the ldtf-Oft Chicago Cubs was the first player to hit safely in his first 10 World Series games, Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon tits nerves that control regularity. When you are'tenie or nervous, normal bowel impulses nay be blocked—and you become constipated. New COLON AID tablets relieve this misery with a new principle—a tnique colonic nerve stimulant plua Special bulking action as recommended by many doctors. Result? COLONAID puu your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great I Get clinically-proved COLONAID today, totrolaetory ate* 43a. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all interested persons that a public hearing will be held at the London Mills School in the gymnasium Wednesday, October 23. 1963, at 3:00 P.M. Daylight Saving Time, at which time they will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning their views on the proposed improvements of sections of the following two routes in Knox and Fulton Counties: 1. State Bond Issue 41, (also designated as Federal Aid Route 41 and Marked Route 41) from the south city limits of Abinadon to a point approximately 2200 feet north of the intersection with Marked Route 116 at St. Augustine. 2. State Bond Issue Route 97 (also designated as Federal-aid Route 87 and Marked Route 116) from the intersection of Route 41 at St, Augustine, thence east 1.4 miles to the intersection with Route 97 south of Rapatee. Two relocations are planned along Marked Route 116; one immediately south of a curve half a mile east of the Hermon Blacktop road, and the other relocation immediately north of a curve at the Spoon River at the west edge of London Mills. Marked Route 116 at other locations along these 14 miles, and Route 41 along the entire length of this proposed improvement, will be modernized along the line of the existing pavement. A map showing the proposed location of these routes will be on display at the hearing. This map and partly completed plans may be seen at other times at the Office of the District Engineer, Division of Highways, 6035 N. Mount Hawley Road, Peoria, Illinois. Interested citizens from areas and communities affected will be heard, particularly with reference to the economic effect of such locations. 10/9; IT. KNOWN BRANDS COST NO MORE SPECIAL OFFER SPUD QUUH here is the FINEST, top quality automatic washer we have ever offered •••at SO LOW A PRICE! 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