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Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, 111. Thursday, Oct. 10, 1963 19 KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289-9172 Classes in Religion Will Open Tuesday in Knoxville KNOXVILLE - Released Time Christian Education classes will open Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. They are open to all pupils in grades three through six and will be held at the Methodist Church. Non-denominational in nature, these periods of worship and Christian education stress only the basic Bible truths and background accepted in all major faiths. Transportation is arranged from the school to the church and the school bus will again pick up bus students at the church on its usual route to the school at dismissal time. However, no pupil may be released from school for these Bible classes without the written consent of parents or guardians. The Council of Churches, sponsors of the classes, urge immediate signing and returning of the permit cards to the school so that adequate plans may be made for those pupils wishing to take advantage of these lessons. A few additional cards may be obtained at the school office Monday and turned in Tuesday. Mrs. Thelma Case, director, announced that substitute drivers are needed. Change Program Harold Grutzmacher, assistant professor of English in Knox College, will address a meeting of the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club Tuesday at the Lutheran Church on "Youth and Reading." This is a change from the original program. * Each member is asked to bring a children's book, of any age level, that can be presented to charitable organizations. The club's book exchange also will start this month and participating members are reminded to bring their books to the meeting Tuesday. Club Elects The Se-Co-ettes 4 -H Club held its first meeting of the new year Backyard Sale 1054 E. NORTH FBI.. OCT. 11 — 9 TIL 5 Draper!**, Clothing, Miic. IUmi. Nothing Sold Balor* • A.M. RUMMAGE SALE 68 SO. SEMINARY Friday, Oct. 11 — 8 ».M.-« P.M. Saturday. Oct. II—« A.M .-a P.M. Sponsored by Delta Zata Alumna*. Garage Sale 1262 BRIDGE AVE. FRIDAY, OCT. 11 - 8 to 5 Clothing, Furniture ft Misc. RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE ALTONA PTA SAT., OCT. 12 - 9 to 5 Masonic Hall - Alton* Col(«* at Donuti will bt sarvad. IN WATAGA Modern Horn*. S rooma fc bath. Gaa Heat. Completely remodeled. New double garage. Low Taxea. Inquire at 304 E. Coal or Phone S7S-S71I Wataga. NOW OPEN — THE EVERGREENS lilt W. Main St.. Galeiburg, 111. A State Licensed shelter care home for ambulatory men and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment Phone 341-3141. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg. operator. COUNTRY LADIES' RUMMAGE SALE 74 S. SEMINARY Thvirs., Oct. 10 — I to T Frl., Oct. 11 — S to 4 Mens, womens, childrens clothing up to 54. Twin girls clothing up to slse I. Glass enclosure doors for »' bath tub, kitchen dinette set, 3 tables, 4 chairs, S10; crib fc mattress $8.00. Maternity clothes I to 18, dishes, baked good*, and misc. items. TERMITES • FHA Tlmo Payment # Frot Inspection HANSEN LUMBER CO. 342-5185 at the home of Mrs. Inez Vallas, Tuesday. Officers were elected as follows: Linda Jones, president; Sally Vallas, vice president; Jean Vallas, secretary; Ann Simkins, reporter; Becky Godsil, recreation chairman and Jean Vallas, Linda Jones and Ann Simkins, junior leaders. It was announced the 4-H County Rally Nov. 2. Members were asked to attend. The next meeting will be Nov. 8 with Judy Hunter in East Galesburg. Plan for Banquet Plans were made for mother- daughter banquet to be held Oct. 22 at a meeting of the General LCW at Grace Lutheran Church. It was announced the Galesburg- Rock Island District LCW meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church in Moline Oct. 15 from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Also to serve the District Pastors and their wives at the church Oct. 29. It was voted to purchase material for a tablecloth for the dining room. Mrs. Harold Fishel, president, presided during the business meeting. The program on "Creed and Confession of Lutheran Church in America" was presented by mem- bens of the Ruth unit. Devotions were given by Mrs. Arthur Sauer. An offertory solo was given by Mrs. Leanelle Hanson. Presentation by creed was given by Mrs. Phil Eklund, Mrs. Arne Peterson, and Mrs. Fishel. The meeting closed with the reading of the Athanasian Creed in unison. Refreshments were served by the Mary unit. Briefs Robert Smith, South Broad Street, is undergoing treatment at the hospital in Iowa City. His address is Children's Orthopedic Hospital, Ward A, State University Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa. The Knox Barracks and Auxil iary will not meet in October due to the death of Thomas Mathews commander. Members of Ruth Unit of LCW of Grace Lutheran Church sponsored a party for patients of the Research Hospital in Galesburg Tuesday night. Becky Cook was entertained on her 7th birthday recently with 'llf i" BASEMENT SALE Women's Society of Christian Service of Elba Center Church will hold a sale of clothing. Jewelry, household items, etc., in basement of church Friday, Oct. 11, 1183. Hours 10 to 4. FOR SALE 1855 Chev. V* ton pick up truck. 4 speed transmission, grain box and stock rack. A-l shape. HAROLD EAGLE Wataga, 111. Phone 375-8710 after 6:00 p.m. BACKYARD SALE!! 183 CEDAR AVE. Fri. and Sat., Oct. 11, 12 (South oft North Street between Clark and Academy) 8:00 a.m. each day. Don't Miss This One. Backyard Sale 599 E. KNOX FRIDAY, OCT. 11 — 10 to4 In Case of Rain Cancelled FOR SALE 600 Gallon Water Tank Never Been Used. Mounted on a Saddle. LAWRENCE NELSON Rio, Illinois — 872-2545 Windows Woshtd Eaves Cleaned Before Noon, after 7:30 p.m. 343-8771 — 342-6923 Backyard & Rummcge Sales, etc. Mutt be In our offico) 12 noon diy before ad run». Coll 342-5161 Display Advertising Dept. Galesburg Register-Mail III, I 4 3', DISCUSSION TO FOLLOW EACH FILM SHOWING—A panel composed of members from the community will present the commentary following the presentation of the film "Track 13" at Grace Episcopal Church Sunday evening. Pictured from left to right are Jack Hinchliff, Rev. Dale Catlin, holding a poster announcing the showing, Mrs. George Lincoln and Evan Cameron, a Knox College senior. The fifth member of the panel, Rev. Richard Means, was unable to be present for the picture. Rev. Arthur Gard, chairman of Evangelism and Stewardship of the Diocese of Quincy, will moderate the discussion. "Track 13," the story of a continuing group meeting in Grand Central Terminal, will be shown at 7:30 p. m. and 8:45 p. m. Tickets may be obtained from the ministers in town. The film is being shown as a public service by St. Margaret's Guild. Henry Grand Jury Panels Appointed CAMBRIDGE—Members of the regular and supplemental panels of the November term grand jury in Henry County Circuit Court were approved by the Board of Supervisors Tuesday. Named were: Regular panel— Clarence L. Luallen, Oxford; William Boldoc, Clover: William H. Gordon, Galva; Roland W. Craig, Wethersfield; Lcona Jean Gould, Lynn; Cencs Anderson, Andover; Gilbert C. Swanson, Cambridge; Melville Anderson, Burns; Wallace H. Redfleld, Kewanee. Betty J. Morgan, Western; Earl G. Collis, Osco; Helen R. Radue, Munson: Mcta C. Noard Cornwall; Louis Rokls, Colona; Frank J. Pobanz, Edford; Walter Drescher, Geneseo; Alphonse C. Lievens, Atkinson; Arthur Croegaret, Alba; Neva Mallinson, Hanna; John Ml. Nelson, Phenix; Robert Kennedy, Loraine and Claud Newlon, Tork- town. Supplemental panel — Genevieve R. McKee, Oxford; Duain Johnson, Clover; Cleo A. Nelsin, Weller; C. Frederick Carlson, Galva; E. Bradley Nixon, Wethersfield; Oscar E. Bjork, Lynn; LaVerna Lundahl, Andover, Edward Vincent, Cambridge; Mayme Warner, Burns; Helen R. Brennan, Kewanee; Richard F. Wheny, Western; Earl E. Hornecker, Osco; Helen C. Terpening, Munson; Clara Mary Verceghem. Ella Coe, Anna wan; Ruth Erdman, Colona; Ray Williams, Edford; Clyde H. Johnson, Geneseo; Irene C. Little, Atkinson and Anna Celus, Alba. second grade classmates attending a wiener roast and hayrack ride at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook, rural Knoxville. Wcslcyans to Meet The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Knoxville Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Stickell Monday at 7:30 p.m. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Thomas Moorehead. BACKYARD SALE 1011 E. SOUTH FRL, OCT. 11 S to 7 SAT.. OCT. 12 S to 3 Clothing. All Sliet. Motorcycle Wheal, etc. Not Responsible For Accident!. Rummage Sale OCT. 11 —FRI.. t til I. OCT. 12 — SAT.. S til 12. Corpus Chriiti PTA Corpus Christl Gym. Not Responsible For Accidents. BACKYARD SALE 1531 ROCK ISLAND AVE. FRIDAY-9 to ? Variety of men's suits, overcoats, top coats, boy's jackets Jc other misc. In case of rain — cancelled. FOR SALE WHITE ROCK PULLETS 5 Months Old, Laying. PHONE MAQUON TR 5-3373 BACKYARD SALE THURSDAY AFTERNOON 3:30 to ft and FRIDAY-8 to 5 847 W. SOUTH ST. Two Fined $100 At Cambridge CAMBRIDGE — Aubrey Glynn Kerr of Nebraska and Delbert Don Large of Missouri appeared in Henry County Court Tuesday before Judge Conway Spanton and pleaded guilty of a charge of disorderly conduct. They each were fined $100 and costs. The incident took place in a home in the village of Atkinson. ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING CABINETS, Etc. — Free Estimates — WAYNE WEBSTER 343-1720 BIG GARAGE SALE 119 OLIVE Fri, Oct. 11-4 PM-9 P.M. Sit., Oct. 12-9 A.M.. Rain or Shine. GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS Lawn sweeper, 9x9 rose wool rug er pad, lionel train fc track. Misc. mens wear, childrens coats, snow suits, dresses, pants, misc. Seth Thomas mantle clock, youth games, shoe ice skates 8c roller s k at e 6, used records, teen clothes size 10. birch door x 2'7". 12 qt. pressure cooker. 3x4 storm combination. Antique car drapes ic spreads. Not Responsible tor Accidents. Yates City FFA Officers Win Jackets YATES CITY — Seven mem bers of the Yates City Chapter of Future Farmers of America are to receive free jackets. Officers to receive new jackets are Jerry Benson, president; Roy Johnson, vice president; David Cooper, secretary; Dale Rucker, treasurer; Wayne Broadfield, sentinel and Jim Rambo, reporter. The jackets are donated by the following businesses: Shissler Seed Co., McKeighan Seed Co., Graves Milling Co., Lopeman Feed and Grain, Gutshall Fertilizer Service, Elliott Custom Shelling and Fertilizer Service and the Bank of Yates City. David Emken, a green hand, also will receive a free jacket. Yates City Briefs Mrs. Glen Threw Jr. entertained a group of women at a pi nochle party in her country home Friday. Mrs. Don Trowbridge won high prize and Mrs. William Norton Jr., second high. Other guests were Mrs. Ronald Goetze, who was presented a gift for her new baby, Mrs. Glenn Bleichner, Mrs. Jack McKinty, Mrs. Richard Booth and Mrs. Darwin Prouty. Glenn Adams, who was employed at the Graves Milling Co. the past 15 years, recently resigned and is now an employe of the Abingdon Milling Co. and moved his family from Elmwood to that city. Hubert Barber, who has resided in Flagstaff, Ariz, a number of years and has been discharged from the Army, where he spent many years, is the new employe at the Graves Co. Mrs. Berwyn Nelson took Mrs. Robert Whitmer of Farmington and Mrs. Fred McMasters of Yates City Friday to Rock Falls, to accompany Mrs. Leonard Skaggs and Mrs. Viola Schultz and Cappy to Grinnell, Newton and Kellogg, Iowa, where they visited relatives. Mrs. Fred Porter and Mrs. Fred Rector were recent visitors in Prophetstown. Mrs. Wilbur Tully and son John Bingaman of Peoria and Mrs. Lela Webber Tuesday went to Monmouth, where John is enrolled as a student at Monmouth College. Mrs. Ora Bell spent a few days with Mrs. Faye Fritz in Rio. Mrs. Edson Bowman and Mrs. Harry Runyon attended the funeral services for Roy Brush at the Murphy Memorial Home in Canton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Runyon visited in the home of Mr. • and Mrs. Ed Korth Friday. Mrs. Korth, who had been a surgical patient in a hospital in Peoria, was brought to her home last week. She is the sister of Runyon. Mrs. Eva Chamberlain had as her Friday guests Mrs. Lela Webber, Mrs. Susie Slayton and Mrs. Edson Bowman. Later they had a potluck supper in the Bowman home, and canasta was played both in the afternoon and evening. The Treaty of Utrecht in 1713 ceded Cape Breton Island to France. King Louis XV decided to erect a great fortress there to command the straits leading into the St. Lawrence. Henry County Supervisors Approve Aid CAMBRIDGE — The Henry County Board of Supervisors at a meeting Tuesday in Cambridge approved the resolutions for county aid to Loraine Township in Henry County for its portion of the cost of replacing a bridge on the Whiteside and Henry counties line at an estimated cost of $1,200. The board also granted to Colona Township to replace a bridge at an estimated cost of $1,800. Supervisor Rollin Hofmeister, Loraine Township, read a communication from M. M. Memler, engineer of District 2, Illinois Division of Highways at Dixon, telling the board of supervisors that his office does not believe it's logical to add to the county road system at this time, a road which runs parallel to Illinois 78 in the east section of the county. Jacob Gottsch, Phenix, reported that Gilbert Swanson, president of the Henry County Historical Society, has been checking the historical papers in the Henry County Courthouse. Fred M. King, Kewanee, chairman of the tax committee, reported that to date, the delinquent tax office has collected $129,733 end that action has been taken on 20 court orders and they will be brought into court Oct. 14. The board approved the recommendations of the Henry County Zoning Board of Appeals to rezone from agricultural district to residential district of 40 acres for Leonard and Calvin Vinstrand of Osco, who plan to have a housing project in that area. Also to rezone from agricultural district to manufacturing district at Osco, where Elmer DeBeick plans to erect a fertilizer plant south of the CRI&P Railroad at Osco of 24 acres. The board approved the Zoning Board of Appeals recommendations to rezone from agricultural district to residential district in Hanna township, east of the Dayton School. C»iirman Frank Verbeck, Annawan, appointed Rollin Hofmeister, Loraine Township, and Iener Olson, Weller Township, to attend the midwinter convention Nov. 20-22 in Chicago. The county accounts were ap- ABINGDON DOROTHY WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Abingdon School Board Plans Representation at Sessions ABINGDON—Routine business was conducted at the Wednesday evening meeting of Abingdon School Board during which period pictures were taken of board members. Supt. Scott was directed to further investigate the county setup for an area psychologist. Tentative reservations were made for the Illinois school board meeting in Sherman House, Chicago, Nov. 24-26. Regional salary school was announced for Oct. 26. Arrangements were made for attendance at division school board meeting Oct. 22 in Knoxville when open house will be held at 5 p.m. and dinner served at 6 p.m. From the $120 provided the school for each practice teacher, it was voted $75 be given each supervising teacher, and, after expenses were paid, remainder be pro rated among supervising teachers. Inspects Department A letter was read by Leo Munson, board secretary, from Mrs. Lois M. Smith, supervisor, home economics education, Springfield, who reviewed a visit to the local home economics department Sept. 23 in which were recommendations and conclusions set forth. Supt. Scott reported invested an additional $23,000 from bond and interest fund due Nov. 21, making a total of $76,000 invested from bond and interest fund. Building fund has $15,000 still invested in US bills. Reports were given on first quarter warning cards sent out to junior and senior high students. William Lomax reported at final junior college survey meeting. It was agreed the responsibility for continuance be turned over to a citizens committee in each district. Wayne Melton, Robert Lag nese and William Lomax were appointed as a committee to select a citizens committee chairman to organize a group to proceed with the junior college project Winter Bouquets Designed for Unit Mrs. Robert Edmiston, in her home, hosted Maple Grove Homemakers Unit October meeting and presented the major lessen on "winter bouquets." She had gathered many varieties of flowers and weeds to assemble into winter bouquets, and pointed out the color hues of grasses, weeds, leaves and flowers at this time of year. Mrs. Howard Pruett gave the lesson on how to sponsor a ward at Galesburg Research Hospital. Mrs. Leo Hickey led recreation. At the next meeting, Oct. 30 at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Joe Pica, each member was asked to provide some kind of Christmas craft. Christmas craft day was announced for Nov. 6 in Galesburg Farm Bureau auditorium and each unit was asked to take a craft to that meeting. periences at Springfield this past summer. Abingdon News Briefs Mrs. William Verner and children, Malinda, William Jr., Margaret and Fred, Monday, left from Aurora via train for Portland, Ore., to join their husband and father, who is employed by Albers Milling Co. there, where the family will make their home. Mrs. Harry Heck, in her home recently, hosted Mary Circle, when Mrs. Harold McVey gave devotions and the lesson. She read a newsletter from Mr. Richardson, missionary in Korea. A guest was Mrs. Fred Moore. Mrs. Fred Castle reported on the candy sale. Chapter BB, PEO, members are being asked to note meeting time change as the group will convene Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert Gustus. Business and Professional Woman's Club will meet Tuesday at 6:45 p.m. in Abingdon Friendly Cafe. Cancellations should be phoned to 160 by Monday. Stronghurst Unit Plans Adult Classes Legion Unit Convenes Abingdon American Legion Auxiliary October meeting in the Legion Home was opened by Mrs. Wilma Butterfield, president. It was voted to hold an initiation for junior members at a later date. Miss Connie Reese, girls state representative, reported on ex- proved with a total of $10,070. The next meeting will be held Nov. 26. CHOICE Home-Killed BEEF SIDES " 43c BEEF and PORK A fl* HEARTS Alt FOR PETS td A A LIVER 10 ,„ 1.D0 HOMEGROWN CHICKENS SMOKED HAMS LEAN SHOULDER PICNICS STRONGHURST - School officials announced that there is "definite possibility" of offering a series of adult classes in the Stronghurst School District this year. Subjects which would be offered include bookkeeping, general business, woodworking, welding, and physical education. A home economics class already started last Monday and other classes will start soon if sufficient interest is shown. School board members instructed the superintendent to see if there was sufficient interest in the adult classes. At a meeting last week, the members also decided to move a tower on the football field so that it would not interfere with spectator view. The number of students who are slow learners or retarded was discussed and the superintendent was instructed to investigate the possibility of getting some help for improving the situation. Stark County Group Forms New Club TOULON - The Allendale Con- • scrvation Club held a meeting • Oct. 3 in Stark County Courthouse • with 94 area residents present. Plans were discussed for organize, ing the club. A. F. (Bennie) Bowden, president, said the club site will be located east of the Allendale mine* located north of Wyoming. A picnic area, recreational facilities' and other things will be added as funds are available. Membership for the present will be limited to Stark County residents. Seventy-nine persons have ' already signed up. Talks were given by Robert Findley of Farmington, president' of Illinois Federation of Sports-' men's Clubs; Royal McClelland of Champaign, executive secretary of*' Illinois Federal and State Conservation and Lowell McKirgen, • state conservation officer for this' district. Slides of the club area ' were shown, plus a film on "Wildlife." The next meeting will be held Nov. 7 with meeting place to be announced. A that time a vice president and five directors will be elected and a set of bylaws will be presented. Other officers already elected are: Secretary, Donald Langdon, Toulon, and treasurer, Clifofrd Powell, Wyoming. Toulon News Notes Mrs. Jennie Sundquist was brought home Sunday from Kewanee St. Francis Hospital after being a patient there two weeks with a broken wrist. Shortly aft- • er she returned, she suffered a stroke and was taken back to the : hospital by ambulance. Mrs. Rena Catton is a medical patient at Kewanee Public Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Talbert, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Talbert and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Perkins and Raymond, Mrs. George Bort and Mrs. H. G. Hackwith Sunday went to Beardstown, where they met other members of the family for the annual Talbert reunion. Patrice Holmes, student at University of Illinois, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Holmes. Scott Meyers, student at MacMurray College at Jacksonville, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hartley. Johnsonian Shoes Australia is the only nation to occupy an entire continent. Living Leather LARGE SHOE SELECTION PARRIS HARDWARE 104 E. Jackson Abingdon Service and Quality Is Our Motto FEY'S PROCESSING SERVICE BERNARD FEY, Owner 104 W. Martin Ph. 3447 Abingdon SHANKS Early Shoppers will find a big selection of winter and Christmas clothing and shoes for the entire family. Shop early at Shank's for the best choice and variety. USE OUR FREE LAY-A-WAY PLAN 5c Hot Dogs COMING TO ABINGDON SATURDAY, OCT.26th 5c HOT DOGS and 5c DRINKS "Quality" "Quality is an over-used word in business today — yet the public is seldom fooled. Shanks, in business over 63 years — have always sold quality, first grade of famous brands. All merchandise is fully guaranteed. SHOP SHANKS LOW PRICES! Free Parking SHANKS ABINGDON Low Prices

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