Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 15, 1963
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6 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, ill. Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1963 GALVA 324 Malii St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 FFA Promotes Harvest Safety GALVA — Members of Oalva High School Chapter, Future Farmers of America, contacted 168 farm homes in the school district during the past few weeks in advocating safety practices in the harvest of corn, according to a report by Wilbur Liehr, chapter adviser and school vocational-agriculture instructor. The Galva High School Agricultural Advisory Council arranged transportation for the rounds of farmsteads. Cars were provided by Dale Doye, Harold Selman, Albert Mille, Cambridge Is Host to Patrons At Barbecue Day CAMBRIDGE—Many patrons of Cambridge were treated to a beef barbecue Saturday. The day's program also featured a parade. The Cambridge Men's Club and local American Legion Post were sponsors of the event. The club will give its share of the proceeds toward an ice skating rink for the community and the legion will give its share of the proceeds to its building fund. The Cambridge Junior Woman's Club also participated in the events by holding a bake sale and coffee in the Community Hall during the morning hours. The club plans to donate part of its earnings toward the skating rink. Wednesday Night SPECIAL CHICKEN IN THE BASKET 75c CLUB 34 Homer and Ruby Walksr Roue 34 AIR CONDITIONED For Your Comfort ENTERTAINMENT Raymond Riner, Lawrence Ericson Mrs. Donald England and Liehr. Meetings Planned The Galva Camera Club will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the clubroom located under the Interlocking store. The program will consist of two color films, "Japan Sounds the Song of Silk" and "Color Photography by Night." A report on the judging of last month's pictures and slides will be submitted. The program "Self Estimate" will be given by Mrs. James Burger before members of the Beta Sigma Phi Wednesday night when they meet in the home of Mrs. Keith Hubcr. Mrs. Tom Shields will be co-hostess. This will be a masquerade rushee party. Each one, planning to attend was asked to take wieners and buns for a wiener roast during the evening. Homemakers Add New Memberships Three Galva women were among new members of the Henry County Homemakers Association recognized at a homemakers tea Friday in the Burns Grange Hall. The Galvans are Mrs. Roger Halsall, Mrs. Carl Whitehouse and Mrs. Gerald Quanston. The Ulah unit of the association received the trophy for having the highest net gain in membership during the past year. Alba unit received the trophy last year. The unit had a net gain of 43% per cent. Munson unit received honorable mention. Mrs. Barbara Douglas of the Quad-City Music Guild presented a program of excerpts from popular musicals of the stage entitled "Stages of Love." In the hot season, the floor of the desert attains temperatures as hot as 150-170 degrees Fahrenheit. Playing Nightly The Grenadires Don't Mist This Exciting Group FRANK'S FALL FEATURE Fillet Mignon Dinner Serving 5 to 12 It's Always More Fun at . . . 50 2100 Grand Ave. Phone 342-6412 ANNOUNCING... the resumption of our populor Kffet Beginning Wednesday Every Night Except Monday Serving 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Adults $2.25 Children (under 12) $1.00 Harbor Lights SUPPER CLUB Route 150 North — "On the Strip" HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS MONDAY Glenn Tonkin, 44 Osage St. Mrs. Carole John, 385 Monmouth Blvd. Miss Eva Burke, 81 Lincoln St. Edwin Deerberg, Lowden, Iowa. Mrs. Judith Burton, 930 S. Cedar St. Joseph Marshall, 185 N. Pleasant Ave. Catherine Marie McCune, 1215 Arcadia Drive. Mrs. Sheryn McCutcheon, 940 W. Brooks St. Jon A. Carley, 767 E. South St. Robert Johnson, 383 Jefferson St. Mrs. Virginia Skinner, 883 Lawrence Ave. Mrs. Mary Sullivan, 745 Liberty St. Mrs. Yukiko Harkness, 140 E. North St. Mrs. Beulah Hevland, 945 Chamberlain Ave. Forrest Bates, Abingdon. Mrs. Rose Reeder, Keithsburg. Vera Murphy, 1063 Mulberry St. Mrs. Archie Owens, 240 Ohio Ave. Mrs. M. D. Willcutts, 862 N. Prairie St. DISMISSALS MONDAY Mrs. Cecil Cofield, 546 Olive St. Mrs. Marylynn Conrad, 874 Frank St. Mrs. Connie Ennis, 275 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Juanita Garcia, 281 W. Tompkins St. Joseph Haneghan, 704 Wisconsin Ave. Miss Judy Mills, 142 N. Arthur Ave. Mrs. Florence Newton, 1319 W. Losey St. James H. Steach, Avon. Cottage ADMISSIONS MONDAY Mrs. Sherry A. Palm, Galva. Mary D. Long, 676 N. Prairie St. Floyd L. Gilson, 1322 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Mary V. Russell, Roseville. Tony J. Dennis, 470 W. South St. Mrs. Elizabeth F. Wright, 544 E. Victoria St. Lisa D. Anderson, 71 Edward St. Kathleen A. Cooley, 860 E. Brooks St. Mrs. Hazel A. Howland, 1391 Day St. Mrs. Ruby C. McKee, Knoxville. DISMISSALS MONDAY Mrs. Kathleen F. Demoss, 909 Olive St. Mrs. Geneva J. Bowman, 169 Blaine Ave. Mrs. Barbara A. Warner, 1558 E. Main St. Delbert Stegall, Wataga. Mrs. Ruth P. Sopher, Victoria. Mrs. Ramona Luallen, 86 N. Whitesboro St. Mrs. Octavia Miller, 550 N. Kellogg St. HAD WESTERN TOUR MONMOUTH - Miss Nina Carlson and Mrs. Elizabeth Venard have returned from a 7,500-mile tour in the western states, visiting relatives and friends. On Sept. 28, they attended the Monmouth picnic at Santa Ana, Calif. They returned home via Las Vegas, Zion National Park, Richfield, Utah and Pueblo, Colo. More than 10 million Africans speak Swahili. Corn Picking Earns Money For Rosevillc Pupils' Trip ROSEVILLE—The high school sophomores are conducting a corn picking project to earn money for their senior trip. Last Saturday a total of around 20 from the class of 58 were out gleaning in the fields of Elmer Lee Harden. Picking began around 9 a.m. with 17 members of the class on hand and Mrs. Ada Balmer and Mrs. Leslie Marsden assisting with transportation. Mrs. Angeline Cook and Mrs. Albert Knight were the mothers who transported the afternoon group, when 12 members of the class worked. Some sophomores were on hand for the full day of work. Between 80 and 90 bushels were realized from the day's labor and it will be sold for $1.10 per bushel. On Saturday, Oct. 19 the class will be picking corn at the Pat Twomey farm. Sophomores who plan to share in the senior trip are being asked to arrange to give a hand in this project. Eastern Stars Meet The Roseville Chapter No. 836 of the Order of Eastern Star held a matron's and patron's night on Saturday, Oct. 12 at the Masonic hall. The meeting began at 8 p.m. with the following guest officers filling the stations: Shirley and Charles Swegle, Nonpareil of Galesburg; Lena and Chester Reeder of Good Hope; Louise Lundstrom of Abingdon; Lee Reed of Colchester; Eloise Staggs of Yates City; Merwyn and Margaret Kimble of Logan; Merle Syfert of Blandinsville; Delcie Land, Helen Smith and Irma Sands of Roseville; Naomi Danielson of Knoxville; Alice Spen- Roseville ANN LARSON Phone 428*2671 P. O. Box 399 Urge Speakers Regulation of Beef Imports KANSAS CITY (AP)-Australian cattlemen can deliver dressed beef on the U.S. West Coast at 5 cents a pound under American prices, and the imports are a serious threat to American cattlemen, members of the American Hereford Association were told Monday. Albert K. Mitchell of Albert, N.M., and Frederick Dressier of Gardnerville, Nev., reported on their recent tour of Australia. They said Australian beef has forced some ranchers out of business in Hawaii. The association, at its annual meeting, adopted a resolution asking quotas and higher duties on imports of foreign beef into the United States. "We are greatly concerned about this situation," Dressier said. "Forecasts nave shown that the Australians have barely scratched the surface as far as cattle production goes. "We're going to be in serious trouble unless something is done to regulate this thing." Minnow - size fish in Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park have no eyes. The fish also are colorless and a light shining through them will reveal the skeleton. GALESBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT Presents FIRE POWER SHOW A FAMOUS SAFETY DEMONSTRATION BY JEROME MAYER FIRE PREVENTION ENGINEER FREE TICKETS Available At All Gaiesburg Fire Depts. TECHNICAL SESSION Admission by Ticket Only 7:30 P.M., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1963 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PUBLIC SESSION Especially for the Homemaker 8:00 P.M., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1963 CHURCHILL JUNIOR HIGH Other Sessions for Junior and Senior High School Students Thursday and Friday at Senior High School Lombard and Churchill Junior High Schools Sponsored by GALESBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT Assisted by KNOX COUNTY SAFETY COUNCIL THERE'S ANY SECRET TO BETTER LIVING, THIS IS IT YOUR GOOD CREDIT is the kef that can open the door to a brighter future for you and your family. OUR FAMILY FINANCING SERVICES can provide the right answer to most money problems. Stop in and see us when you want money for any helpful purpose, I C K NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 Gaiesburg OPEN FRIDAY 351 E. Main DAVE PATTERSON, Mgr. - 3433157 The National Restaurant In Roseville wishes to announce thai we will be serving Chuckwagon Dinners on Wednesday, Friday arid Saturday evenings • • • All you can eat for a buck. Sunday Buffet Dinners served from 11:00 A.M. 'Till 9:00 P.M. Restaurant ROSEVHLf, ILLINOIS cer of Gaiesburg; Beth Fell of Oneida; Catherine Clark of Monmouth; Kenneth Fell of Oneida; David Grey of Earl* ville; Dick Reed of Colchester. The guest of honor was Jeralyn Grey of Earlville, daughter of worthy matron and worthy patron, Marjorie and Frank Cook. Ruth Wainman of Roseville and Pearl Duffield of Gaiesburg served at the tea table decorated with chrysanthemums in an epergne on a lace cloth surrounded by floating candles in pastel colors. Dorothy Elliott, Alma Enfield, Gertrude Taylor and Edithea Magraw served on the refreshment committee. Bernice Metzger was in charge of the guest book. Pearl Duffield of Gaiesburg was instructress for the evening's program. A past matrons and past patrons night will be held on Oct. 24 in the Masonic hall at 8 p. m. At this time Ada Balmer will serve in the East. Under the direction of Mrs. Bernadine Mings, physical education instructor in the Roseville unit school, 20 senior high students, 16 sixth graders and 10 second graders will put on a demonstration at Western Illinois University in Macomb on Thursday, Oct. 17. Two new storage bins for grain are being constructed near the site of the Watson Grain Elevators in Roseville. The Colfax Community Club will meet at the home of Kathryn Foust on Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Zelma McMillan and Ima Joan Bycrtft assisting as hostesses. Roll call is to be answered with a secret ambition once held. Music, a style show, and devotions by Beulah Hornbaker are the afternoon's program. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hoffman and daughters Catherine and Margaret, of Peoria, were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Hoffman's p a r e n t s, Mr and Mrs. Paul Taylor. Mrs. Cleva Sturgeon of Monmouth was a weekend guest of her son : in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Balmer, and family. Mrs. Richard Gadske of Wilmette has returned to her home following a business trip to Roseville. While here she was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor. Mrs. Harlan Ewing, Mrs. Vernon Hartsell, Mrs. Arthur Ray, Mrs. Frank Sims, and Robert E. Larson have been in Peoria attending the Illinois Baptist convention which convened on Sunday and will close on Tuesday night. Mrs. R. E. Larson attended the Sunday session. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albert of Saginaw, Mich., were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Albert. On Sunday afternoon the daughters of the John Alberts and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Askew and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tate and children of Good Hope, joined the family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ockert, Mrs. Nancy Humphrey with her daughter Pamela and son Robert were visitors over the weekend in the home of Mrs. W. A. McConnell of Springfield. The Bill Robinson home here was the place for a large gathering of relatives on Sunday who met to celebrate the birthdays of four members of the group: Ward Robinson of Bushnell; Mrs. Arthur Mercer of Table Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robinson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Robinson and children, of Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Don Kirby and family, Arthur Mercer, Table Grove; Mrs. Ada Robinson of Vermont; Mrs. Irma McCormick, Bushnell; Mrs. Ward Robinson of Macomb; Leslie Robinson and Gene Robinson of Macomb; John Robinson of Bushnell; Mrs. Joyce Raymond of Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Rex McCormick and family of Vermont; Mr. and Mrs. Merle McCormick and family and Mrs. Barbara Wilt and family, of Bushnell. Fire Control Discussed at Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY—The Thursday night meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association was held at the schoolhouse and the program was in keeping with the observance of Fire Prevent tion Week. Dr. J. B. Meloan of Bushnell, a trustee of the Bushnell-Prairie City Fire Department, was the speaker on the subject of "What to do in Case of Fire." He illustrated his talk with slides. Principal Ralph McFadden showed a film strip to demonstrate the type of educational films that are being shown in schools today. Announcement was made that the annual Halloween costume parade will be held Oct. 31 at 2:30 p.m. The plans are the same as in former years with room parties as the closing event. The sixth grade received the banner count and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fayhee and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes were the hosts for the refreshments. Injured In Fall Mrs. Minnie Geer fell at the home of Miss Lucia Turpin Thursday night and fractured her shoulder. She is at the Saunders Hospital for a few days. Mrs. Noah House was dismissed from the Saunders Hospital Friday and is at the Sam White home. Her infant son was brought back to the Saunders Hospital from Iowa City. Tom Muir is still in a Macomb hospital and remains in a critical condition. Mrs. Muir is staying with him. Prairie City Briefs The Plus Ultra Sunday School Class met with Mrs. Nola Wa ters Thursday. The members of the WSCS of the Methodist Church attending a tea in London. Mills Friday were Mrs. Bertha Nichols, Mrs. Helen Gingerich, Miss Nell Orwig, Miss Muriel Wil son, Mrs. Edna Kreider, Mrs Pearl Crowl, Miss Lucia Turpin and Mrs. Grace Buchen. It was given by the WSCS of London Mills. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Mings are taking a trip through Minnesota and will stop to see their son Donald and family for a few days before returning home. Illinois Rates 9th in Hereford Registrations Illinois ranks ninth in the na tion for total Hereford registra tions during the fiscal year end ing Aug. 31, according to Paul Swaffar, secretary of the Amer ican Hereford Association, Kansas City, Mo. The popularity of the breed in Illinois is shown by the 16,403 calves recorded during the 12- month period. Secretary Swaffar says, "Illinois cattlemen continue to show strong preference for high qua! ity Herefords and the latest registration totals for Illinois indicate a continued strong demand for both registered and commercial Herefords. Expansion of beef cow and calf herds continues, and the rugged, good-doing Herefords are find ing ready outlets to most ranchers and feeders in Illinois." The leading Hereford breeder in the Prairie State was Glenn Brown of Springfield with 510 new registrations. Wagon wheels stopped rolling on the Santa Fe Trail around 1880. BUSHNELL. 620 W. Hunt SU Phono BuihntU 011 Bushnell Artist Greeted At Display of Paintings BUSHNELL-The Farmers and Merchants State Bank was transformed into an art center Sunday afternoon for the showing of more than 50 paintings and other pieces of art which were ex* hibited by a home town artist, Mrs. Virginia Webb. There were at least 500 people who viewed the display during :he open house from 2 to 7 p.m 1 "-" representing 35 towns in Illinois, as well as from Newton, Kans., Pasadena and Lancaster, Calif., Davenport and a student from Iran. Mrs. Webb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aloian of Canton, were present for the occasion. Mrs. Webb and her husband Lyle were presented a fall table centerpiece by those who live neighbors to them in northeast part of Bushnell. A senior art major at Western Illinois University, Mrs. Webb displayed other works of art such as jewelry, pottery, weaving and sculpturing. Several of her paintings were sold during the show. Mrs. An'ta Stanley of Nalco- mis, an artist, writer and lecturer, spoke on "Art in Your Life." The Bushnell Mother's Club, sponsors of the show, served refreshments from a table decorated with an arrangement of fall flowers. Bushnell News Notes Den 8 of Cub Scouts met Saturday at the home of the den mother, Mrs. Helen Brillhart. The boys made banners for the RIB SHACK Norih on flouit ISO !M1». Chlcfc.n. Ft 1*4 Chictran. Shrimp, Flm. 8w»<J- wicb»». hit Condltlon*4 For carry out Mrvlct Op$n Q «Uy «t t PJH. parade. Treats by David Steel- homecoming were served men. Campfire Girls Group 5 met Monday and toured the post office. Treats were served by Nancy Thurman and Cindy Clayton. The Victor Rebekah Lodge will hold initiation Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Meloan are attending the Illinois Optometrist convention at Aurora. The Women's League of the Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Rev. John Burhorn of Macomb will talk on "Current Relations Between Church and State." Adopted Child Is Honored at Prairie City PRAIRIE CITY - A shower for Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Osborn, was held Oct. 9 at the home of Mrs. Phillip Buchen with Mrs. Kelly Frederick as co-hostess. Gary, who is 1% years old, is the son of the Osborns by adoption. He received many gifts from the following guests: Mrs. Janie Osborn, Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. Garnet Formhals, Smithfield; Mrs. Roger Everly, Mrs. Ray Wisner, Mrs. Berle Moore, Mrs. Grace Buchen, Miss Evelyn Frederick, Mrs. Clifton Cooper, Mrs. Gene Cooper, Mrs. Rollin Bradley, Mrs. Charles Ogle, Mrs. Chester Beatty. Mrs. Ralph Yocum, Mrs. Idola Osborn, Marietta; Mrs. Leania Osborn, Bushnell; Mrs. Floyd Buchen and Mrs. Robert Buchen, Marietta; Mrs. Verle Young, Ellisville and Mrs. Marshall Buchen. Prairie Cityan Exhibits Reserve Champ at Show Jerry Taylor, Prairie City, exhibited the reserve champion Shorthorn steer Monday at the American Royal Livestock Show in Kansas City, Mo. A summer yearling owned by Cagwin and Deininger, another Illinois exhibitor from Lockport, showed the champion Shorthorn steer, a summer yearling. The top shorthorn bull was a senior yearling, Melbourne Augustine, owned by John Alexander & Sons of Big Rock, 111. Cagwin & Deininger showed the reserve champion Hereford, a senior calf named Star. Edwin Rhoda of Chenoa, 111., showed the grand champion barrow, a 228-pound spotted po- land china which Judge Bernard W. Ebbing of Waterloo, Iowa, called the finest barrow he had ever seen. Cassiodorus, a 6th Century Roman scholar, was among the first to introduce the cultivation of learning into the common life of a monastery. Under his direction, monks copied ancient manuscripts. NOW PLAYING DEM OMM >M ISMaM K NOWMO HMMtl mm SHOW TIME — 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE THEATRE w ^- OPEN IIAUf AT 1:50 * 4:20 IWff 6:50 . 9:20 The Mightiest | Motion Picture of them All! TECHNICOLOR" CINEMASCOPE MlUHIttKTUtMK ELVIS Presley TONIGHT ONLY! STELLA ' Stevens in GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! also SOPHIA 10REN in II MADAME II STARTING TOMORROW! (HliMHFr 2nd FEATURE IORY CAIHOUN 'A FACE in the RAIN'

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