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GALVA 324 Main Si RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 with potluck lunch at noon. In the afternoon, and Saturday, poinsettias will be sold in the down* town area for the benefit of veterans hospitals. Galva PEO Hosts Chapters Of Organization at Meet GALVA—PEO chapter of BR of Galva was hostess Friday to 10 chapters of the Elizabeth Simmons Reciprocity Group 7 at the Congregational Church. Fifty-five members were presented from the following chapters: Monmouth, Alexis, Roseville, Kirkwood, Farmington, Knoxville, Elmwood, Abingdon, Galva, Toulon, Canton, two chapters, Cuba and Galesburg, three chapters. Mrs. A. C. Gathmann conducted the business meeting in the morning, with Mrs. Wilbur Liehr serving as secretary and Mrs. P. M. Schmidt, chaplain. Mrs. Gathmann introduced speaker for the day, Mrs. George L. Miller, Rock Island, past president of the state chapters, who talked on "Three Girls." The past executive officer also held a question and answer session in the afternoon. Round-table Conference Mrs. Charles Randolph, Canton, treasurer of the state chapter, Mrs. Phil Cramer, Abingdon, Cottey College area chairman, and Mrs. C. R. McCreight, North Henderson, PEO Home area chairman, conducted a round-table discussion. A trio consisting of Miss Vivian Johnson, violinflst, Mrs. E. M. Ekberg, cellist, and Mrs. Ernest Carlson, organist, entertained delegates in the afternoon. A luncheon was served for guests by members of the Women's Fellowship, Galva Congregational Church. The Toulon chapter extended an invitation to the group to hold its 1964 meeting there. Meanwhile, it was announced that the first fall meeting of the Galva chapter will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Anton Ausich. Mrs. R. H. Stewart and Mrs. Ekberg will be co-hostesses. Miss Liz Dunn, who spent three months last summer in Latin America as an exchange student, wall address the group. District Tea Slated By War Mothers Regular meeting of World War II Mothers was held Friday, with Mrs. Norma Vogelson, presiding. An invitation to the district tea Thursday at Cambridge library was read. Mrs. Vogelsong, Mrs. Archie Olson and Mrs. Selma Mendel of Galva attended the 20th anniversary celebration of the Woodhull chapter. A letter was received from the Veterans Hospital, Clinton, Iowa, requesting carpet rags for patients being treated there. Persons who can furnish the rags were asked to take them Tuesday to the American Legion Hall. An all-day sewing session will be Tuesday at the Legion Hall' er. Prairie City Club Features Jewelry PRAIRIE CITY - Mrs. Grace White presided at the Wednesday meeting of the Household Science Club. Mrs. Forrest Hornbaker read "October's Bflght Blue Weather" by Helen Hunt Jackson. Mrs. Nora Kruzan gave a talk on how to choose the right kind of jewelry. Several jewelry items were exhibited by Mrs. Dee Miles and Mrs. Woodrow Spurgeon, as well as those of Mrs. Kruzan's. Mrs. Wilna Beatty gave an illustrated report on her trip to Hawaii. Hostesses were Mrs. Dale Robison, Mrs. Faye Orwig and Mrs. Blanche Campbell. Bestow Honors A family potluck dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fayhee honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wasson, grandparents of Mrs. Fayhee, who are now living in an apartment at the Fayhee home. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Slater and boys, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. John Gruber and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrout and boys, Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bressler and children, Mr. and Mrs. William Dohn and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fetton and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hedden, of Canton; Mrs. Lila Johnson, Bartonville, and Yvetta Dailey, Peoria. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Donald Roe, Oneida; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Delbridge, Macomb, and Mrs. C. E. Formhals. Prairie City Briefs A roof fire at the Bill Barnes home about noon Wednesday was extinguished by the fire department before too much damage was done. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robison, Miller, Mo., are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Robison. their son and wife. Mrs. Ida Immel. Grandville, visited a few days with Mrs Maurine Fayhee and they took a scenic drive along the Mississippi Riv- SMORGASBORD EVERY SUNDAY •2.50 CHILDREN'S PORTION - $1.50 o 12 NOON 'Till 8 P.M. CATERING HOURS • Private Parties • Meetings 9 A.M. 'til 6 P.M. Phone 342-2151 PHONE 342-2151 North Henderson St. — Rt. 150 Galesburg, III. GUEST NIGHT $1 BUYS YOUR GUESTS' DINNER MONDAY, OCTOBER 14 )00 XIX « X XI XX X XXll A A A X X XXTHUTITX ffUX VALUABLE COUPON TW» otter good Monday, Oct. 14, 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 LIGHTS SUPPER CLUB Guest Nit* Coupon )5§ Party Buffets served to groups of 25 or more with reservation- Phone 342-4517 Harbor Lights SUPPER CLUB Routs 150 North — "On tho Strip" Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Soturdoy, Oct. 12, 1963 5 ALWOOD ROYALTY—Homecoming celebrations at AlWood High School were highlighted Friday night by the coronation of the king and queen. Elected to represent the school as its home* coming royalty were Jim Hammerlund and Cheryl Lindsey, seniors, both of Woodhull. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Marv's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Robert G. Moore, 1261 W. Berrien St. James D. Storm, 1057 Monroe St. Ricardo Sandoval, Abingdon. Mrs. Connie Ennis, 275 S. Chambers St. David J. Martinez, 812 S West St. Gerald Gruba, 1237 Bridge Ave. Karen Stockton, 538 E. Third St. Julie Cassel, Abingdon. John E. lies, Williamsfield. John Stoddard, Knoxville. Lloyd Mercer, 761 N. Farnham- St. Mrs. Lyle Austin, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Ralph Laird, 1728 McMasters Ave. Miss Jean Madigan, 288 W. Berrien St. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Jane Albert, 805 E. First St. Mrs. Robert R. Brown, 1342 E. Losey St. Tonya Duke, 518 W. Brooks St. Mrs. Henry Edwards, 725 Pennsylvania Ave. Larry A. Grant, 148 W. Tompkins St. Rose Marie Goodlow, 755 W, Tompkins St. Mrs. Harry C. Hatch, 1012 E. Berrien St. Ozzie L. Jones, Abingdon. Earl H. Kidd, Lamar, Mo. Carol A. Lamb, 1172 Emery St. Kenneth M. Lockwood, Monmouth. David W. Moshior, St. Augustine. James A.. Debbie A., Barbara J. Nash, 1129 S. Chambers St. Benigno Orozco, 756 S. Academy St. Joann and Janice L. Patterson, 1417 Grand Ave. Randy D. Peterson, Victoria. Michelle Pringle, Hermon. Linda B. Robinson, 1129 S. Chambers St. Cottage ADMISSIONS "FRIDAY Mrs. Donna J. Brooks, 1092 S. West St. Mrs. Joanna L. Smith, Bushnell. Mrs. Jacquelyn A. Aby, Knoxville. Mrs. Lynne L. Riley, 348 N. Cedar St. 1041 Oneidans Note Anniversary ONEIDA—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelso of Oneida Route 1, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house at their home. The table was decorated with gold and lace, yellow and gold candlesticks, gold and bronze flowers and a three-tiered cake. On the serving list were Mrs. Nellie Buckner, Mrs. Elmer Haws of Louisville, Ky., Mrs. Bessie Dunbar and Mrs. Charles Cooper. In charge of the guest book and gifts were Mrs. Buckner and Mrs. Pearl Finney. Mrs. Lyn Finney made a golden money tree for the celebrants. WoodhuH Council Sets Recessed Meet WOODHULL — A recessed meeting of the Village Council will be held Oct. 21. Attorney Murphy Blakely, who was present at the meeting Monday in the Town Hall, is to draw up new up-to-date ordinance, which will have control as far as dogs are concerned. Representatives of local taverns in regard to the lowering of liquor licenses will probably attend the meeting Oct. 21. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! RIB SHACK _.. North on Route 150 JUS*', Bee i' Chicken, rriid Chicken, Shrimp, Pi M », Sand- wicha*. Air CondUionad Foi carry out service Call 342-2413 Open Daily at $ P.M. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 ON SUNDAY 10 diiiarent aaladi, 3 diligent meat*, vegetable! and relUbei. 2Uh on Friday- Serving continuously from II A.M. to « P.M. Every Day — Open Sunday CaU 343-9440 413 N. Seminary Sealing capacity 12$ Mrs. Marie J. Kronmiller Parkview Rd. Mrs. Carolyn M. Ray. 607 Walnut St. Mrs. Marie R. Offcrman, 775 Peck St. Maurice W. Kent, 216 Houston St. Melvin R. Conlon, 889 W. North St. Mrs. Marie D. Brown, Alexis. Mr^. Barbara L. Fairburn, Yates City. Delbert Stegall, Wataga Mrs. Geraldine R. La'wton, 147 Hawkinson Ave. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Gary J. Budd, 1184 Bateman St. Mrs. Charity H. McDonald, 375 N. Cherry St. Jack L. Admire, 206'/a E. Lower St. Gayle L. Reece. 1531 E Losey St. Tina I. Swanson, 171 Indiana Ave. Cynthia S. Allen, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Sylvia I. Lindquist, 1151 Dudley St. Scott P. Bayne, 1761 S. Cherry St. Maurice E. Allen. 494 Monroe St. Mrs. Linda L. Walker and baby, 783 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Evelyn M. House, Prairie City. Western Illinois Birth Records YATES CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ramp of Yates City are the parents of a son Kurt Michael, born Oct. 8th at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. He is welcomed by a brother Kevin Eugene. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feldner, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ramp of Yates City. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Phone Bushnell 519 CemtfoarfMf IN. Beraattf BMIUMtt Bushnell Area News hems BUSHNELL — Grandmothers Club met Thursday at the Methodist Church at Bardolph. Mrs. Ray Zimmerman was a guest. For the program, Mrs. Carl Dunbar told about and showed her work with ceramics. Mrs. Berniece Miles, Linda and Pat were callers in Galesburg Friday. Charlene Wiest and Pat Benkendorf are spending the weekend with their parents. The girls South Dakotans Entertained At Oquawka OQUAWKA — Mrs. Lura Goodbla and Mrs. Ollie FoX of Mitchell, S. D., are spending a few days here with the former's brother, H. D. Wilcox and Mrs. Wilcox. Mrs. Orpha Kiger of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, spent a few days with her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Hamilton, and family. Gordon Petermann entered the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City, where he expects to have surgery in the near future. Mrs. H. C. Ives entered Monmouth Hospital for surgery recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lumbeck and children spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Finch in Illiopolis. The afternoon unit of Homemakers Extension Association held its October meeting in the home of Mrs. W. J. Butcher, with Mrs. Ruth Thompson as co-hostess. A demonstration on foreign foods was served as a luncheon. Mrs. Janis Fisher, home adviser from Stronghurst, gave the major lesson on "Make Use of Closet Space." The minor lesson on 'Frozen Foods" was presented by the local leader, Mrs. Ida Olson. The Knitt Wittes entertained, a group of friends and relatives with a pink and blue shower in the home of Mrs. Seth Richmond, honoring Mrs. Raleigh Parrish. There were 36 guests present from West Burlington, Kirkwood, Carman, Monmouth, Galesburg and Oquawka. Games were in charge of Mrs. Vincent Carlson with Mrs. Gary Martin assisting. Prizes were won by Mrs. Parrish, Miss Thelma Hamilton and Mrs. Ruth Thompson. An array of gifts was presented to the honored guest in a play pen. The Knitt Wittes are Mrs. Vincent Carlson, Mrs. Dayton Devore, Mrs. George Thye, Mrs. Frank Thomas and Mrs. Seth Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Parrish spent a recent day in Luray, Mo. attend St. Mary's School at Nauvoo. Entre Nous Club will hold a wiener roast Monday at fi:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Billy Clayton. The Willing Helpers class of the Baptist Church met Friday at the home of Mrs. Bertha Silberer. Mrs. Field Smith gave the devotions. On Sunday, an art show presenting the work of Mrs. Virginia Webb will be held at the Farmers and Merchants State Bank from 2 to 7 p.m. Mrs. Anita Stanley of Nokomis will present a talk, "Art and Your Life," at 3 p.m. Overdue Tickets Bring Fines To Violators Two Galesburg residents were fined Friday in Police Magistrate Court for delinquent parking tickets. Noble F. Ensminger, 1451 Holly Crest Circle, and Alice Myers, 1690 Florence Ave., both paid $5 fines and costs, in addition to paying the tickets. Ensminger had eight tickets overdue, and Mrs. Myers had 18 overdue, according to Magistrate D. Paul Nolan. Four were fined for traffic violations. Jay F. Miller, 523 N. Academy St., paid $10 for following too closely, and John L. Jackson of Quincy paid $5 on a similar charge. Ronald L. Woolridge of Knoxville paid $20 for speeding, and William L. Pitts of Dahinda paid $5 for excessive noisemaking with a muffler. All paid $5 costs' except Jackson. They were waived in his case. New Windsor Woman's Club Adds Members NEW WINDSOR - Ted Arnold of WHBF Radio and TV was guest speaker at the meeting of the New Windsor Woman's Club Monday at the Christian Education Building. The 12 members of the Viola Fortnightly Woman's Club sponsored the speaker as part of an exchange program. Mrs. Paul Setterdahl entertained with a group of vocal solos. Mrs. Mohlon Lindgren accompanied her. Invitation was accepted to attend the breakfast and food sale sponsored by the Rio Woman's Club Tuesday, Oct. 22. Mrs. Neal Robb and Mrs. Neal Streeter Ever serve creamed chicken, turkey or tuna over cooked spinach? Good flavor combination! ENDS TON1TE "KING KONG vs GODZILLA" STARTS SUNDAY JOHN JMYNE! DEAMWWWTIN! TECHNICOLOR* From WARNER BROS, AN6IE DICKINSON-WADER BRENNJIN DncM Kid PntfttM b, HOWARD HAWKS AN AftMAM HIOOUCTIOM , SHOW TIME — 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE EARL Features At: 1:50-4:20 6:50 • 9:20 The adventure written a hundred years before its time becomes a motion picture to be remembered forever! Movie Calendar SATtfilDAY.StmDAY, OCT. li-ll ORPHEUM: "20,000 Leagues Ufld«r the Sea," 1:90. 4:20, 6:50, 9:20. WEST: "The Electronic Monster," 1:30 and 6:35: "Journey to the Center of the Earth" 2:40 and 7:45; "Tarzan the Magnificent," 4:55 and 10 p. m. SATURDAY, OCT. 11 DHIVE IMi "Hot nod Rumble," 7:00; "Hot Rod Girl," 8:20: "Speed Crazy," 9:45. were welcomed as new members. The club voted $10 to the Rivoll Township Library and $2 to the Namequa Lodge at Silvio, Boys Town of Illinois, Parkridge School for Girls and the Penney Art Fund. No reason why you can't add herbs to that gravy! Try tarragon for chicken, oregano for lamb, basil for beef. OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. WEST TODAY and SUNDAY! A TRIPLE FEATURE TREAT!!! ClrxerwiAScOPe-COLOR by DE LUXE mm A mmcncuLM M N D PAT BOONE JAMES MASO HfllfNf DIANE DAHL • BAKER STEREOPHONIC SOUND KMTY MIPU3S IN MOHSTHOUS MKHtNtl ROD CAMERON-MARY MURPHY nutn-Tuui COLOR MONSTER A Columbia Return RriMM NEXT FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAY TWO ALL-NEW FEATURE HITS... •« JOHN FORO «• DONdffQIS IVEEFTKHNKOIOII' * PAUL NEWMAN : ..Hum HOUSE CLOSED MONDAY thru THURSDAY ALL NEW PROGRAM FRI.. SAT. and SUNDAY DRIVE-IN OPEN 6:30 SHOW AT 7 P.M. TONIGHT ONLY It's thelivin' End of Thrills! m ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE PLUS JET-AGE-THRILLSI HOT ROD RUMBLE" //I Shown at: 7:00 P.M. • PLUS YOUTH ON THE LOOSE) IORI JOHN CHUCK NELSON » SMITH » CONNORS g| THEATRE w Starting TOMORROW ELVIS PRESLEY IN HalWaili? WLA STEVENS jffitM. SUTE LAURIL GOOOWtM- PLUS 2ND HITI Joseph E. Levine SOPHIA LOltEN Technicolor • Technirama 70mnf ~ <*. vt^s AN EMBASSY PICTURES RELEASE

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