Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 12, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 12, 1963
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KNOX VILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 289*9172 Parents' Role in Education Is Discussed at PTA Meet KNOXV1LLE - The topic "The Parents' Role fn Education" was used in a panel discussion during a meeting of the Mable Woolsey Elementary Orade School PTA Thursday night. Gordon Thompson presented the panel composed of Mrs. Virginia Newcomer, Mrs. Dorothy Larson, Rev. Miles Jack, son and Jack Ghitalla. Moderator was Harold Grutzmacher, Knox College instructor. A question and answer period followed. Piano numbers were given by Becky Wong, Karen Ghitalla and Debbie Hotchkiss, students of the fifth grade. Preceding the program, Mick Lacy, president, presided at business meeting. Plans for carnival Oct. 26 were discussed. It was decided that each teacher will receive a definite amount from the proceeds of the carnival for use in her room. The safety committee announced a possibility of changing the crossing at Newman and Line streets and using flags on poles on some of the street corners and possible line walks in the future. It was proposed this year that each individual room be given $5 for Christmas decorations from the PTA fund. Mrs. Fred Mitchell announced volunteers were needed for anyone interested in the mental health program. Room count was won by Mrs. Laura Price's third grade. Refreshments were served by mothers of Mrs. Bernadine Harris' third grade and Miss Naomi Danielson's first grade. Orange Unit Meets "Winter Arrangements" was the major lesson presented by Mrs. Harold Griffith and Mrs. Carl Hubbard at a meeting of Orange Unit of Homemakers Extension Association recently at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Cook. They displayed many arrangements they had made and gave suggestions on selection, gathering, drying and assembling of materials that could be used in dried arrangements. The minor lesson, "How to Sponsor a Ward at Research Hospital," was in charge of Mrs. Sid Smith. The chairman, Mrs. Guy Cramer, presided at the meeting, at which time reports were given by Mrs. George Dredge, Mrs. Griffith and Mrs. Leita Bonney. Mrs. Griffith was appointed to serve as legislation chairman and Mrs. Bonney as health and safety chairman for the coming year. The unit planned to meet with Mrs. Cramer in November to complete plans for a Christmas party for Ward D-9 at Research Hospital and other activities that will be in December. Thirteen members and three guests, Mrs. Estella Cook, Mrs. Roy Conover and Neil Hubbard, attended. Mrs. Conover became a new member. Refreshments in keeping with the autumn season were served. Eleven Attend Mrs. George Dredge was hostess to the Alphabetical Club Thursday with 10 members and one guest, Mrs. Lawrence Cook. Mrs. Elmer Stuck! was in charge of recreation. Prize winners were Mrs. Franklin Henderson, Mrs. Orvalle Dredge, Mrs. Edwin Griffith, Mrs. Earl Fernow and Mrs. John Hessler. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Donald Dredge and Mrs. Henderson. The November meeting will be held with Mrs. Orvalle Dredge. Schedule Election Appleton Spoon and Spool 4-H Club will meet at Appleton Grade School Monday at 7:30 p.m. There will be an election of officers. Additional Monmouth News Golesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, 111. Soturdoy, Oct. 11 1963 9_ Church Circles At Cameron Entertained CAMERON — Faith and Charity circles of the CWF of the Cameron Christian Church recent ly convened. Faith Circle met in the home of Mrs. Ralph Armstrong, with Mrs. Stella Dollinger assisting hostess. Mrs. Marian Sullivan and Mrs. Tom Curtis had charge of the lesson on "Education and what it means to the church and how it can be obtained." Mrs Marge Trout gave the devotions Mrs. Ted Tinkham gave the same lesson topic for Charity Circle in a meeting at the home of Mrs. Don Walters. Mrs. Jerry Samuelson was assisting hostess. Mrs. Max Armstrong offered the worship. Plans were proposed for work at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. Mrs. Laren Stir presided at the refreshment table. PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL Mon., TIMC.WMI . Only $C00 Complete Jeanne, Tint, Peulette, Nedine LYONEL'S Beauty Solon BANK OF GALESBURG BIDG. 343-6334 Kirkwood Visitors Depart For West KIRKWOOD-Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Smith and Mrs. Maggie Smith took Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith to Galesburg to a train Monday to start for their home in Garden Grove, Calif., after visiting for four weeks in Kirkwood. They will stop in Newton, Kan. a week be- ore returning to California. The Fred Smiths lived in Kirkwood before moving to California sev eral years ago, and operated Smith's Grocery that his nephew, Cleo and wife now operate. Mrs. Edgar Lodwick has employment in the office of Ralph Wells and Co. in Monmouth. The Kings Daughters Sunday School Class met at the Methodist Church Tuesday. Mrs. Galbreath read a prayer. Group singing was accompanied by Mrs. Louise Pusey at the piano. Mrs. Vivian Galbreath had charge of devotions. During the social hour, Mrs. Edith Wetander gave a reading, "Saint Peter at the Gate." Re freshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Edith Wetander | and Mrs. Helen Mcintosh. Troop No. 45 of the Girl Scouts met at the Woman's Club Building Tuesday. The girls went on a hike around town. When they returned to the meeting, badges were presented to the girls for health aid, and skating courses completed last year. Refreshments were served by Denise Dutton and Wendy Hale. Gail Dickey of Macomb and Miss Alcinda Brown of Adair were Saturday supper guests of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. George Livingston of Roseville entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Livingston and David of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jones and Ralph Monticue of Kirkwood. The occasion honored Mrs. Livingston's mother, Mrs. Jones, whose birthday was Sunday. Honor Serviceman A farewell dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cassiday in Monmouth honoring their oldest son, Elmer Ray Cassiday, who had enlisted in the Navy and left Wednesday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cassiday and family, Smithshire; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cassiday and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosenbalm and Rosemary and Allen Stewart, of Kirkwood; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Neff and daughters, Dallas City; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Waterman and family, Stronghurst, and Miss Juanita Fabrae, Miss Connie Romine and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cassiday and sons, of Monmouth, and Miss Alice Owens, Milan. Fashion Show Is IC School Event Oct. 16 MONMOUTH - A preview of things to come in fashions for the winter season will be shown Wednesday evening at a style show sponsored by the Parents Club of the Immaculate Conception School in the parish hall at 8 p.m. Jim Mudd, manager of Station WRAM, will serve as master of ceremonies for the evening as the following models from a number of Monmouth stores show the latest in all types of clothing — Bowman-Col well; Timothy and Denny Bresnahan, Dawn Vickroy, Larry and Theresa Lee, Connie Gavin, Susie Skinner, Debbie Vickroy, Michelle Bowen, Ann Shunick, Gail and Jill Green. Brown Lynch Scott: Miss Helen Gavin, Mrs. George Gillen, Mrs. Clem O'Brien, Mrs. Leroy Lantz, Marcy Wimp, Mrs. Art Holtkamp. Fashion Shop: Mrs. Clarence Vickroy, Mrs. Ray Green, Miss Cecelia Maxey, Mrs. Tom Shunick, Mrs. Leino Corgnati, Mrs. George Gavin. Glendora Shop: Mark and Charlene Colclasure, R e g i n a Knapheide, Marie Cavanaugh, Ginger Geers, Georgie and Jimmy Gillen, Janie Weber, Rosemary and Christine Mahoney. Model: Dick Shunick, Steven Day, Robby Elliott, Mrs. Robert McVey, Mrs. Gilbert Hennenfent, John Featherstone. Parolee Shop: Mrs. Howard Kinney Miss Jewell Payne, Mrs. John Twomey, Miss Judy Smith, Mrs. Peter Curtin. Spurgeons: Mrs. Don Gavin, Teresa and Gloria Gavin, Gina Bowen, Mrs. Dick Gillen, Mrs. John Featherstone. Tickets for the show may be obtained from any member of the Parents Club. Prof. Ketterer Receives Post On NYU Council MONMOUTH - Prof. John Ketterer of Monmouth College has been appointed a member of the Alumni Advisory Council on Admissions of New York University, Dr. Fred E. Crossland, dean of admissions at the university, has announced. Members of the university's new, nationwide Advisory Council on Admissions will assist and advise NYU's Office of Admissions and help to further the institution's admissions policies. They have been specially nominated to represent the university within their respective communities. NYU was founded in 1831. and is independently governed and privately supported. It is situated at several centers in or near New York City and includes 15 major academic divisions, including five undergraduate schools and colleges — two in the liberal arts and sciences and one each in business, education, and engineering. Dr. Ketterer is professor of biology and head of the department at Monmouth College. He received a Ph.D. from NYU in 1953. 'Quiz Kid' Teacher James Dewey Watson, one of the 1962 Nobel Prize winners in medicine and once a child prodigy on the "Qiuz Kids" program, now teaches at Harvard College, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. REAP THE CLASSIFIEDS1 Fairview Couple Visit Kin in Kokomo, Ind. FAIRVIEW — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Locke spent a weekend in Kokomo, Ind., with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Locke and family. Charles Vollmar left Tuesday for Orlando, Fla., to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts entertained at dinner Friday, Mrs. Helen Grimm, Mrs. Nazara Betar, Mrs. Verlie Wright, and Miss Verna Schomick of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suydarn and family near Cramer. Janette Overcash celebrated her Uth birthday Oct. 7 with a party. Those attending were Nancy Anderson, Marsha Endres, Janene Burnett, Debbie Burkhead, Annetta Miller, and Leslie Omer. Her mother, Mi's. Leonard Overcash, served refreshments. Miss Verna Schornick returned to her home in St. Paul, Minn., after spending past two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Helen Grimm. Valley High School FFA officers left Tuesday for Kansas City for the FFA convention. They included Bill Ludwig, president; Ronnie Edmonson, vice president; Jerry Williamson, secretary; John Downing, treasurer; Keith Rohrer, reporter, and John Stier, sentinel, in addition to Charles Harn, adviser. Lab Research Is Supported by Gift to College MONMOUTH - Monmouth College is one of 108 colleges and universities (o receive a $2,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for support of science department faculty laboratory research, according to an announcement by Dr. Robert W. Gibson, college president. The grant is divided into two parts: $500 to support the college program in the sciences and $1,500 to enable Dr. Robert B. Meyer, assistant professor of chemistry, to continue research begun this past summer under an NSF grant. Seven other Illinois colleges received grants under the program. Dr. Meyer's research is in the field of nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of substituted diphenyl derivatives. Outgrowth of the project was a paper published in the July issue of Journal of the American Chemical Society. A graduate of Oberlin College and Duke University, Dr. Meyer was an American Cyanamid Scholar and a James B. Duke Fellow and has co-authored a series of five articles in Journal of Organic Chemistry. He joined the Monmouth faculty in 1962. Music Honor Society Opens Year at M.H.S. MONMOUTH — Chapter 308 of Modern Music Masters, the national music honor society, is being sponsored by Lester S. Mun- meke at Monmouth High School, to recognize the importance of the arts in the development of a comprehensive educational program. The society provides a means of appropriately recognizing, on a national level, "the efforts and achievements of those students who are giving unselfishly of their musical talents for their fellow man." Modern Music Masters during the past 11 years has chartered hundreds of. chapters throughout the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, and as far away as Lima, Peru, in South America, and Bangkok, Thailand, in Asia.' The chief aims of the society are to foster greater interest in band, orchestral and choral performance, and to provide wider opportunities for personal musical expression. Students are selected for the honor of membership in Tri-M on the basis of musicianship, scholarship, character, cooperation, leadership and service to the school, church and community. Ability and scholarship in both music and academic subjects, solo or ensemble performance, and cooperation with teachers and fellow students, are basic requirements. Oquawka Depot Sale Planned; Park Proposed OQUAWKA — At the recent meeting of the Oquawka Village Council, it was decided that the depot located at the foot of Schuyler Street in Oquawka should be sold at auction, and the land, including that on which the button factory stood, be made into a village park. It was fur ther decided that the money from the sale of the depot would be used exclusively for the erection of a shelter house and park. Since the sale of the depot will not bring in nearly enough money to sponsor such a project, it was decided that the citizens in the village and surrounding area be invited to help with the project. Oct. 26, at 1 p.m., preceding the sale of the depot, there will be an auction of any property that one may donate, with the proceeds going toward building a park and shelter. Articles may be directed to Lee Hanson, Wendell Huff, Orville Eddingfield, Dean Thompson, John Stubbs, Charles Parsons, Mayor Manning, or Riverside Press. Pickup service is available. ABINGDON DOROTHY WMITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 School Counselor Reports On Work at Rotary Meet ABINGDON—William Hungate for Abingdon Rotary Club program Wednesday evening discussed his duties as guidance counselor in the local high school. He stated most counseling is done with junior and senior students, but he is also responsible for setting up reference files on all high school pupils and is required to assist them in any vocational, social or personal problem which may arise concerning school. He administers achievement tests, checks book credit at beginning of year for each student, assists students with college plans, arranges for national merit and other scholarship tests. G. C. Bulkeley served as pro gram chairman. G. C. McGrew, Macomb Rotarian, was a guest. Plans Smorgasbord Next week's meeting is being cancelled and attendance credit will be given all those who work at the smorgasbord Oct. 19. Rotary-Anns Mary Bulkeley and Loava VanderWert were present and distributed typed cards to all members detailing work and food items required for the smorgasbord. Each member is being urged to cooperate on this project, including ticket sales. Women, and Mrs. Gerald Bulke ley, program chairman, for the county organization. PTA Engages Speaker The Abingdon Grade School PTA will meet in the all-purpose room Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m. Dr. Jay Sandercock, president, announced guest speaker wil! be Robert Howerter, a representative of Ginn & Co. of Boston, publishers of the new textbooks being used by Abingdon Grade School pupils this year for the first time. These books include all the reading textbooks and workbooks. Gerlaw Youths Acquire Calves For Festival GERLAW — Several boys' and girls of the Gerlaw area got calves Oct. 5 at the Warren County sale barn. They vill feed the calves and take them to the Monmouth Fall Festival next September. Mrs. Irene Stevenson was hostess Oct. 4 at a coffee hour. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boock visited recently Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kneen at Roseville and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schweitzer in Monmouth. Mrs. Charles Boock attended a WSCS meeting at the Methodist Church in Monmouth Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler, Mrs. Robert Lantz, Mrs. Robert Roney and Mrs. Neil McCrery took breakfast to the home of Mrs. Hugh Winbigler last Oct. 4 to help her celebrate ier birthday. \ group gift was given her. Ralph Lee Hood of East Mo line, spent Tuesday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Hood. He attends Black Hawk College at Rock Island. Miss Donna Winbigler and Miss Carol Edwards attended a birthday party Saturday for Miss Jacqueline McKee. Paul Lee has returned home from Monmouth Hospital, where he had surgery. Homemakers Unit Lessons Reviewed Abingdon unit of Homemakers Extension Association was hosted Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Ernest Lovitt and Mrs Roy Cline in Congregational Church parlor. Miss Lois Taylor, home adviser, presented major lesson on "How do you rate as a shopper?" Minor lesson, "How to sponsor a ward at Research Hospital," was given by Mrs. Cline. Recreation prize was won by Mrs. Winnie Lomax. Retailers Plan Event A 5 -cent hot dog and 5 -cent drink day is being planned for October 26 by Abingdon merch ants. At least 2,500 hot dogs wil be available and serving will be- fi ; n at 1 p.m. Warren Ray will • rve as chairman of the event, assisted by C. J. VanderWert, Wilton Parris and Mr. Kronsied Republican Women's Club Slates Meet The Knox County Republican Women's Club will hold its first fall meeting in Abingdon at the Legion Hall Tuesday, at 2 p.m. William Westbrook, who is in the title department of the Secretary of State's office, will be the main speaker. A social hour will follow the meeting. In charge of arrangements are Miss Ruth Bradway. who holds a state office in the Illinois Federation of Republican Abingdon OES Reports on Session Abingdon OES pro tern officers at Tuesday's meeting included Mrs. Maude Babb, Esther, and Mrs. Blanche Andrews, Martha Four grand chapter committee members were escorted and introduced. Mrs. Louise Lundstrom, worthy matron, reported on Grand chapter sessions in Chicago which she recently attended. Mrs. Lundstrom will serve in following chapters on future dates as follows: Roseville matrons and patrons night, Oct. 12, secretary; Good Hope matrons and patrons night, Oct. 18, Ruth; Philippine chapter in Glasford, fun night, colorbearar; Oct. 19, when grind lecturers will be honored. During the social hour, serving was in charge of Mrs. Ruby Pirn* ulener, Mrs. Evelyn Stegall And Mrs. Nelle Dunlap. Tables Were decorated in the fall motif, lire, ated by apple jack -o -lantefns, pheasants and a floral centerpiece. A communication from worthy grand matron named the follow- ng new 1964 Grand chapter committee members: Raymond Lankford and Wllford Andrews, transportation; Mrs. Blanche Andrews, endowment trust fund; Mrs. Bessie Lankford, arthritis and rheumatism; Dale Welch, publicity; Mr3. Edith Welch, membership encouragement; Mrs. Bertha Johnson, hospital visitation; Miss Urlth Atkins, educational aid; Mrs .Louise Lundstrom, Macon advancement. Mrs. Maude Ryan, chapter hospitality; Mrs. Vada Rogers, blood bank; Mrs. Ruth Marks, medical research; Mrs. Maude Babb, Rockford achievement; Aubrey Babb, youth assistance; Mrs. Betty Lankford, friendly remembrance; Shirley Lankford, religious association; Mrs. Rita Lawson, International temple, and Jerome Lawson, civil defense. Abingdon Bowling WEDNESDAY NITE OWLS Trade Winds, 20-8; Rudy's Shell, 10-9; Cravers, 18-10; Charm Center, 16-12; Mac's Music, 15',4-12ii; San- dovals, 13-13; Blue Bell, 12-10; Abbe Lanes, 11-17; Shanks, 10H- 17Thurman's Trucking, 3-25. High team series, Sandovals, 2734; high team game, Shanks 942. High individual sories, J. Sweney, 559; high individual game, J. Sweney, 202. ALLEYCATS LEAGUE Avalon Recreation (Avon), 22-6; Pottery No. 1, 20-8; L. & E. Billiards, 17-11; Abbe Lanes, 16-12; Legion, 12Vi-15Va Master Mix, 12-16; Lamberti's Producers, 11-17; Black 'a Standard (Avon) 11-17; Pottery No. 2. 10 1 /i-17 1 ,' 2 ; Bob's Service, 8-20. High team series, Pottery No. 1, 2554 1 high team game, Pottery No. High individual series, Clyde Davis, 610; high individual game, Clyde Davis, 237. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 339 E. Main Hours: I A.M. to t P.M. Fridays: • A.M. to 8 :30 P.M. Wednesday's Til Noon 343-6317 or 342-3017 IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG YOUR PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS SUN. - MON. - TUES. SALE LOW LOW LOW PRICES ON Infant Stretch Tights 39c Reg. 1.98 6-24-Mos. SAFETY-PINS Bunch or Card Men's Hankerchiefs 39c Package 10 MENNEN'S AFTA" Shave Reg. $1.00 School Lunches Are Prepared At Bigg§ville BIGGSVILLE—Hot lunch menu for Biggsville Elementary School Oct. 14 -18 follows: Monday—Dried beef gravy on whipped potatoes, buttered peas or harvard beets, cheese sticks, peach half; Tuesday — meatloaf, green beans, cole slaw, polka dot pudding; Wednesday—chili or tomato soup, crackers, peanut butter or jelly sandwich. celery sticks, cookie; Thursday—ham and navy beans, corn bread and butter, Jello salad, cake; Friday—lunch meat, macaroni and cheese. buttered corn, choice of dessert. Bread, butter and milk furnished at all meals. Charcoal Briquets 29c 59c Sheet Blankets 99c EVENFLO NIPPLES 3 - 8c Reg. 30c Cepacol Mouth Wash 9£ 53c PARING KNIVES 55c 1 Oc PACK OF 6 ROLLS THREAD HALO SHAMPOO 59c FILM MAILERS 69c Reg. 1.19—35-MM 8MM Movie LOTION $ R i e .oo 39c Reg. or Dry Hair READ THE WANT ADS! LILT! SPECIAL HOME PERMANENT ft 87c BUBBLE CLUB KIDS BUBBLE BATH Reg. 39c BLUE BIRD CUP and SAUCER Reg. 29c LILT PARTY CURL HOME PERMANENT Reg. Q*T _ 1.55 O / C Sweetheart SOAP 3 B «'s 14C

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