Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 14, 1963
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6 Ckilesburg Kegtster-Moil, Golesburg, III. Monday, Oct. 14, IV63 BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St H Bushnell. Mf«. BltMM BrllUMfl Phone Bushnell 519 Lodge Hosts Guest Officers BUSHNELL—The Lucilc Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star observed friends night, Friday at the Masonic Hall. Guest officers for the evening were: Worthy matron, Rose Hinman of Lucilc chapter; worthy patron, Ross Hinman, Lucile; associated matron Mary Virgin, Crescent; asso coate patron, Joe McCance, Lu cile; secretary, Mabel Frazier Macomb; treasurer, Mary Mc Grew, Laurel Star; conductress Marilyn Martin, Golden Gate associate conductress, Phyllis Whittier, Golden Gate; chap lain, Teckla Keithley, Macomb marshal, Cleo McKamy, Ma comb; organist, Ethel Lock Golden Gate; Ada, Irene Burn er, Macomb; Ruth, Ruby Ray mond, Lucile; Esther, Rub Way, Goodwill; Martha, Vera Burke, Lucile; Electa, Jennie Morey, Lucile; warder, William McKamy, Macomb; sentinc' Cecil Didlock, Lucile; colorbear er, Frank Adams, Evening Star and soloist, Carolyn Pensinger LuCile. Norma Adams of Eve ning Star was guest of honor Presiding at the guest book was Jennie Morey, and hostess es for the evening were Dorothy Walters, Ruth Rogers, Thelma Sammons and Signa Didlock Past matron and past patron night will be observed Nov. 8 HOSPITAL NOTES Adult Classes Organized At Cambridge CAMBRIDGE - Supt. Albert Smith of Cambridge schools announced at the meeting of the Board of Education Wednesday that career day will be held Nov. 13 at the high school in Cambridge and that students from Annawan, Orion and Atkinson will participate. He also told the members of the school board that an adult sewing class is being conducted by Mrs. Alan Rumley and will continue eight weeks more. Two agricultural classes for adults will begin in November in the high school. The swine production will start Nov. 13 and a tractor tuneup and farm me chanics class will start Nov. 20 These classes will alternate each week for 10 weeks. The guidance program in this locality was approved by the state, according to Smith, and the school will be receiving $520 to operate the program. To Attend Meeting Samuel Almaguer, Spanish teacher, was given permission to attend the meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese in Chicago in December. Wayne Buhlig, guidance director, will make reports soon to the board on the qualifications to graduate, according to Smith. Smith was authorized by the Board of Education to obtain transportation for two students to attend the educable mentally handicapped class in Kewanee. Booklets regarding the modern mathematics were passed out to the members of the board and they will be available at the next Parent-Teacher meeting. Moth Food The larvae of the moth will eat fabrics containing wool, feathers, fur, hair and other animal fibers, but will not touch cotton, linen, nylon or other vegetable or synthetic fibers. Bushnell News Notes The estate of Mrs. Eva Smith was sold at public auction Sat urday to Leo Graves for $2,000 The circles of the Methodist Church will meet Tuesday Meeting at 9 a.m. are Priscilla with Mrs. Chester Walthers Lydia with Mrs. Henry Cox and Ruth with Mrs. George Doll and at 2 p.m. the Mary-Martha with Mrs. Henry Cox. The East Elementary Unit o: PTA will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the school. Mrs. Helen Hoeing of Macomb, a teacher at Western Lab School, wil speak on the "Preparation for Adolescence." The Bushnell Unit of Home makers Extension will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Vada Haffner. Boy's genuine marbles ,made of stone from Bavarian quarries, were once manufactured in enormous quantities for export from Germany. Sixty such mills still existed at the end of the 19th Century. RIB SHACK North en Route ISO Rlbi, Beet, Chicken. Fried Chicken, Shrimp, Pina, Sandwiches. Air Conditioned For carry out tervice Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. St. Augustine Woman Returns From Trip ST. AUGUSTINE—Mrs. Florence O'Donnell has returned from visiting with her daughters, Mrs. G. R. Reneau in Edina, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Butts in Portsmouth, Va. Mrs. Butts is spending a few days with her mother, before returning home. Miss Mary Chapman spent the past two weeks in Ava, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. William Bingel. Mrs. Bingel returned with her for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Chapman. Making French toast? Beat three eggs with a third cup of milk and use this blend for dipping about eight slices of bread. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Charles S. Gamble Music Company Fall Schedule of MUSIC LESSONS now starting in ... ORGAN PIANO VOICE CLASSICAL POPULAR PRIVATE AND CLASS LESSONS Announcing Fall Enrollment for Adult Education (classes start next Monday) Beginner's Course on Hammond Organ An easy and direct approach for non-musicians to learn how to play their favorite melodies, chords and rhythm styles on the 2 -manual Hammond organ. You need not own an organ. No previous music training required. Lesson material supplied. AAarlene Brown, instructor. Course $10. Advanced Course on the Hammond Orgon Five instruction and demonstration periods by Charles Gamble. Course $10. limited Enrollment Phone 342-4105 or come to Charles S. Gamble MUSIC COMPANY 564 N. Henderson St. Galesburg, Open Evening* — 7 to 9 except Sat. and Sun. III. Cottage ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Mrs. Dorothy R. Ferguson, DeLong. Earl H. Scott, Oneida. Mrs. Judith A. Hall, 725 E. Brooks St. Chnrlcnc M. Yung, New Windsor. Earl L. Howard, 997 McClure St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY Melissa R. Conn, 863 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Joanne L. Smith, Bushnell. C. Wayne Corbin, East Galesburg. Cecil M. Pierce, 1031 Frank St. Lynn D. Goad, 129 Highland Ave. Jack E. Sharp, East Galesburg. Mrs. Joanne E. Cary and baby, 1013 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Elma C. Miles and baby, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Vilma W. Johnson and baby, Victoria. Toni R. Grabill, 1292 N. Cedar St. William Keith Swanson, 126 Osage St. Mrs. Lela F. Burkett, 1498 Moshier Ave. Arthur R. Bogren, Knoxville. Mrs. Caroline M. Toothe, Knoxville. Mrs. Mary I. Glissman, 432 Franklin Ave. David E. Pruett, Galesburg Route 2. Mrs. Patsy A. McDowell and baby, Oneida. Mrs. Laura M. Bertleson, Monmouth. Mrs. Beulah M. Boone, 340 N. Pearl St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Charles W. Sharp, Abingdon. Mrs. Edna A. Hughbanks, St. Augustine. Mrs. Doris L. McLaren, Gilson. Mrs. Dana A. Nelson, 239 W. First St Marshall W. Davis, 116 S. Cedar St. Miss Betty A. Cooley, Knoxville. Mrs. Dorothy Terry, 403 Oak St. Russell O. Bivens, 350 Pine St. Charles F. McElroy, London Mills. Eugene S. Nelson, 571 W. Grove St. Mrs. Madge C. Potter, 1708 Brentwood. Mrs. Sheilia P. Felt, 1347 Bridge St. Theodore W. Lindberg, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Helen L. Zimmerman, Avon. Mrs. Judith A. Carlson, 154 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Alyce I. Rose, Aledo. Mrs. Ethel L. DeWitt, 208 N. Elm St. Lawrence A. Magnison, 755 S. West St. Alison L. Grutzmacher, Knoxville. Steven M. Briggs, 259 S. Kel logg St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Grace M. Johnson, 705 N. Kellogg St. Donald R. Oftedahl, 1710 Willard St. Mrs. Sharon S. Dorris and baby, Centralia, 111. Mrs. Betty J. Whitney and baby, Abingdon. Mrs. Geraldine Lawton, 147 Hawkinson Ave. Miss Betty J. Cams, 442 N. West St. Mrs. Helen S. Johnson, Woodhull. Mrs. Barbara L. Fairburn, Yates City. Miss Cathy D. King, Galva. ^erry L. Smith, London Mills St* Mary's ADMISSIONS SATURDAY Martin M. Brush, 1760 Rock Island Ave. Joseph S. Haneghan, 704 Wisconsin Ave. Fred J. Sharp, 82 N. Elm St. Willard S. Gustafson, Monmouth. Orville H. Larson, 1564 N. Farnham St. Bruce L. Stuart, 978 Pine St DISMISSALS" SATURDAY John E. lies, Williamsfield. Earl G. Johnson, Victoria. Mrs. Donald Mclntyre, Monmouth. Mrs. Hollis M. Mosher, Maquon. Theresa Paradis, 1268 Jefferson St. Mrs. Bernard J. Teval, 1645 Robertson Ave. Earl Underwood, 1003 Lincoln St. Linda L. Utterback, 1338 Russell Ave. Mrs. Jack O. Walters, Milan. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Charles McDermat, Avon. Mrs. Mary L. Conrad, 874 Frank St. Mrs. Mable J. Baker, 450 E. North St. Lester E. Rehbein, Ft. Madison, Iowa. Mrs. Juan Luevano, Galesburg. Mrs. Mildred Burke, 545 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Maude Griffith, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Imo Childs, Kewanee. Mrs. LaVonne Abel, 848 W. Losey St. Eric C. Thiel, 1468 Clark St. Mrs. Gerald DeWitt, 258 Lake St. Patrick M. Glas, 737 Maple Ave. Paul Lagerstrom Jr., 1053 E. Brooks St. William M. West, Abingdon. Mrs. Mabel W. Mings, 256 N. Seminary St. James R. Snodgrass, 1108 E. North St. GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Galva Police List Arrests GALVA — Seven arrests were reported by the Galva Police Department during the weekend. Arrest charges were heard in Police Magistrate William Quinney's court. James L. Hardy, of Kewanee was fined $50 and cost for disorderly conduct. He was transferred to Henry County jail in lieu of fine. The arrest was made Friday night. Helmouth G. Brose of Kewanee was issued a ticket Friday night for speeding on Southeast Second Avenue and is slated to appear Oct. 23 at 7:30 p.m. in police court. James Bennison, Henry Conlin, Russell Lindstrom and Donald G. Stewart, of Gaiva, were each fined $20 and cost Saturday for drinking on the streets of Galva. Thomas C. Todd, of LaFayette was issued a ticket, for a stop sign violation at Southeast First Street and Southeast First Avenue Saturday. He was fined $5 and cost. Council to Meet Members of the Ga'.va City Council will hold a regular meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the council rooms of the City Hall. Galva FFA Youths Return from Confab Three members of Galva High School Chapter, Future Farmers of America, and their instructor, Wilbur Lier, returned home Saturday night from Kansas City, Mo., where they attended the 3-day National FFA convention. They are Ronald Lindbon, John Conner and Samuel Lindberg. Two juniors and one sophomore were chosen to attend this year. Convention delegates were guests of the American Royal Livestock Show Friday. Movie Calendar MONDAY, OCT. 14 ORPHEUM: "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," 1 :50, 4 :20, 6:50, 0:20. DRIVE IN: "Girls! Girls! Girls!" 7:00: "Madame," 0:0'J . One complete showing nightly. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! KRAI'S all you want. Only 39 calories in a whole cupful! DISMISSALS SUNDAY Laurie Albert, 75 Division St. Mrs. Lyle Austin, Galesburg Route 2. Martin M. Brush, 1760 Rock Island Ave. Mrs. Domenic A. Calderone, 115 Aliens Ave. Anna Marie DePrima, 1501 Haynor St. Mrs. Dale L. Frakes, 909 N. Henderson St. Fred Jones, 169 W. First St. Mrs. Willie B. Jones, Cameron. Alden B. Harkness, Elmwood. Larry D. Mahnesmith, 2230 E. Main St. Robert E. Morrison, Galesburg Route 2. Jack Orms, 117 W. Main St. Victor Perez, 369 W. Prospect St. Mrs. Dale Stegal', Gilson. Mrs. John Stoddard, Knoxville. Mrs. Thomas Stotler, Abingdon. Marriage License Melvin E. Johnson of Galesburg and Miss Marilyn L. Diericks of Galesburg Route 2. Richard W. Gans and Miss Barbara Lowery, both of Galesburg. Roger D. Parr and Miss Vicki L. Shafer, both of Galesburg. Walter E. Foster of Galesburg Route 2 and Miss Janet S. Faught of Bushnell. Donald H. Dool of Galesburg and Miss Linda J. Lockridge of Chicago. Harry L. Taylor of Knoxville and Erma Wagher of Knoxville Route 1. Jackie L. Settles and Miss Judy Kay Swank, both of Galesburg. James W. Gonch of Rock Island and Priscilla Ann Wentke of East Moline. Larry F. Carlson and Miss Marilyn D. Gibson, both of Knoxville. Ronald E. Quinn and Miss Karen K. Keith, both of Abingdon. Marlin Y. Miller of Galesburg and Maxine L. Barnes of Macomb. KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 so l^ead at ^burliam dkurch Club to Sell Halloween Candy to Aid Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. McAllister (Miss Janice Eileen Krieg) Former 1 Coast As the continental ice sheet melted, the sea rose and advanced over coastal lowlands, di'owning stream mouths and forming the estuaries of today's Maine coast. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MEN WOMEN TOP MONEY Training in I.B.M., Key Punch and Tab Installations qualifies you for salary range from $300 to $600 monthly. Free Placement Assistance BUDGET TERMS — TRAIN AT HOME in spare time followed by short residence training. Don't delay, write now for tree details and requirements. No obligation. Box 860, c-o Register-Mail. A KNOXVILLE — Mrs. Howard Johnson, president of the Knox ville Junior Woman's Club states the club will contribute to the Illinois Federation ol Women's Clubs Brain Research Foundation. Members will sel bags of trick-or-treat candy for Halloween, with all proceeds going to the foundation. The purposes of the founda tion are to promote research further professional and scien< tific education, foster public ed ucation on the human brain foster clinical and related professional care and to establish one or more brain research in' stitutes. The club has supported the Illinois Federation in this proj ect for three years by selling the dollar bags of toffee candy, Important Meeting The Knoxville park improve ment steering committee wil meet in the City Council room Wednesday at 8 p.m. All representatives are reminded to attend this important first meeting. Mayor Franklin Burgess and Russell Marks, buildings and grounds chairmen on the council, will be present to discuss the future recreation al park and present preliminary plans as drawn up by Harlan Bartholomew and Associates. The groups represented on the committee are Kiwanis Club, Businessmen's Association, Council of Churches, Knox County Historical Sites, Ameri can Legion Auxiliary, Junior and Senior Woman's clubs, and all interested citizens in the Knoxville community are in vited to attend. Persifer Unit Meets "Winter Arrangements" was the topic of the major lesson presented by Mrs. Lawrence Olson and Mrs. Robert Gustafson at a meeting of Persifer Unit of Home Extension in the home of Mrs. Tom Collopy Friday. Dried materials suitable for arrangements were displayed as were accessories which had been made in advance. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Claude Wor rell, first vice chairman. Re ports on Knox County Annual Day and hat-making classes were given by several members who had attended. Preceding the meeting a dessert luncheon was served at 1:30 o'clock by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bertha Gibson, co-hostess. The next meeting will be in November at the home of Mrs. L. E. Olson with Mrs. Wallace Horkstrom co-hostess. Club Elects Mrs. Norman Foster was hostess to M.Y.N. Club at which time an election of officers was held. New officers are Mrs. Wayne Sherwood, president; Mrs. Don Atwater, vice president, and Mrs. Vera Clark, secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Bill Dugan and Mrs. Lawrence Olson were named for the flower committee and Mrs. Harley McMullin card committee. Mrs. Edgar Moorehead, past president, presented a gift to Mrs. Wallace Phillips in appreciation of her work as secretary last year. Prizes were awarded during the afternoon to Mrs. McMul len, Mrs. Don Atwater and Mrs. Mae Boyer. Co-hostess for the afternoon was Mrs. Edgar Moorehead. Plan Carnival The Gilson Grade School PTA will sponsor a carnivai Saturday night beginning at \ p. m. Among the attractions will be cake walks, a variety of booths, door prizes and lunch will be served. Good Samaritan Chapel Prayer service Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Bible study il lustrated with motion pictures Friday at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school Saturday at 9:30 a. m Missionary period at 10:30 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Birth Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hin man of Dubuque, Iowa are the parents of a 7 pound 11 ounce son born Sunday. Mrs. Hinman is the former Betty Courter, daughter of Austin Courter, 212 W. South St. Briefs Garrett Cox is a patient in St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg. His room number is 241 He is suffering from a back ailment and is now in traction. Sunny 4-H Club will meet at Glisson Community Center Wednesday at 7 p. m. for a wiener roast. Each one attending is asked to bring own wieners and buns. Drinks will be furnished. Honreod at Party LaFAYETTE — A surprise birthday party was held Oct. 5 in honor of Jean Todd Craig and Penny Todd. It was a wiener roast at the Cliff Craig farm near Galva. Thirty-three were present to surprise the honored guests. Kris Jurgens, niece of Mrs. Harold Todd, has come from Falon, Nev., and is at Cook County Hospital in Chicago in nurse's training. She is a 1963 graduate of Falon High School. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! NOW PLAYING JOHN WAYNE! DEAN MARTIN! DALLAS CITY - The Durham Methodist Church was the scene of a wedding Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock when Miss Janice Eileen Krieg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krieg, Dallas City, became the bride of Robert Henry McAllister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. McAllister of Elvaston. Rev. Glenn R. Grammer read the double ring ceremony. The candles were lighted by the ushers, Bill Burford of Dallas City and Gary Graham of LaHarpe. Miss Fannie Barr presented a prelude of organ music and accompanied Mrs. Kenneth Sallee, Dallas City, soloist. Miss Krieg, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white kitten satin and Chantilly lace, fashioned and made by herself. Of Chantilly lace, the bodice was styled with long pointed sleeves and scalloped neckline, highlighted by sequins, and the softly pleated skirt formed the fitted waistline. Her veil of nylon net edged in lace was held in place by a crown of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and American Beauty roses on a white satin covered Bible. She also carried a handkerchief belonging to her late grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Krieg. Mrs. Bette June King, Dallas City, and Miss Carol Cunningham, Macomb, were the bride's attendants. Mrs. King, matron of honor, wore a gown of kitten satin fashioned like the bride's in American Beauty rose, and Miss Cunningham, bridesmaid, wore a kitten satin gown fashioned the same in turquoise. Both wore matching headpieces with circular maline veils. Each carried a long stemmed pink rose. Paul Von Kiedrowski, Hamilton, was best man. Larry Black, cousin of the groom, Winfield, Iowa, was groomsman. Little Jane Corzatt was flow­ er girl. Mrs. Jake Rashid, Keokuk, Iowa, sister of the bridegroom, had charge of the guest book. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church dining room. Mrs. Duane Eckhardt, Miss Sherry Patterson and Miss Pamela Hedges, of Dallas City, shared serving honors. The reception table was covered with a cloth, a gift to the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Alma Krieg, over 50 years ago. Mrs. Ivan Corzatt and Mrs. Lowell Mohr, assisted by Sarah Krieg, sister of the bride and Janet Corzatt, had charge of the gifts. The bride was graduated from Dallas City High School in 1960, after which she studied advanced music on organ. At present, she is employed by Merlin D. Shrier. The bridegroom, a 1959 graduate from the Hamilton High School, served four years with the Marine Corps, part of which time was spent in the Far East. At present, he is employed by Western Auto in Fort Madison, Iowa. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. McAllister will be at home in Durham vicinity in their mobile home. This wedding date was also the 24th wedding anniversary of the bridegroom's parents. ^ OPEN lsl»_^-i AT 1:50 • 4:20 NOW 6:50 . 9:20 |mms The Mightiest mm Motion Picture of them All! TECHNICOLOR* From WARNER BROS- AWEMOMNWN^ mm ona* *» *<**m »> HOUWJO HAWKS «MMuuo>mooucrio» SHOW TIME — 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE TECHNICOLOR* 1 CINEMASCOPE mumnmim THEATRE * Rt. 34 West - Open 6:30 - Show at 7 P.M. HAL PRESLEYWAIB? GIRLS: TECHNICOWfT'immm* — AND — SOPHIA LOREN t" MHH«PMniUMl 1 Tccbaicolor*aa<! Twhainaii 70»M • STARTING WED. at the DRIVE-IN THEATRE ffe 4MTOB4 Cum " "WIFf

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