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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 15, 1963
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10 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburo, 111. Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1963 New Windsor Church Hosts To Session NEW WINDSOR-Mrs. Francis Huyser of Moline was elect* ed president of Monmouth Pres- byterial Society District I, which convened Oct. 10 at the United Presbyterian Church at New Windsor. Other officers are Mrs. Charles Wood of Reynolds and Mrs. Charles Monroe of Rock Island, secretary. Mrs. Richard Spear of Kirkwood served as installing officer. Mrs. George Attig of Reynolds directed the dedication of the Least Coin. Attendance totaled 192 persons. Mrs. Gilbert Brown of Geneseo was in charge of the meditation. Mrs. David Hallam of Monmouth gave the literature report; Mrs. Myron Hickok of New Windsor, treasurer of the Monmouth Presbyterial Society, gave her report. Following the presentation of the Presbyterial officers announcements were made by Mrs. Wayne Hickok of New Windsor. Departmental workshops were in charge of the following: Mrs. Richard Speer, Kirkwood, administrative; Mrs. Myron Hickok, treasurers'; Mrs. Walter Fuhr, Taylor Ridge, program; Mrs. Mahlon Newton, Burnside, world service; Mrs. George Attig, Reynolds, fellowship, and Mrs. Earl Hingstrum, Rock Island, circles; youth and junior high, Mrs. Charles Monroe, Rock Island and Mrs. Kenneth Bower, Aledo. A skit entitled "Concern Twins" was presented by Mrs. Carl Wagoner of Prairie City and Mrs. Ray Copperthwaite of Bushnell. I TIZZY By Kate Osann Offer Lessons At Kirktvood Circle Meeting KIRKWOOD - Twenty members and two guests gathered in the parlor of the Kirkwood Methodist Church Oct. 8 for the regular meeting of the Mary Martha Circle. Mrs. Kathy Lodwick, chairman, gave an article from the "Together" magazine entitled "For the Beauty of the Earth." Mrs. Ann Wetzel read an article called "Throw Away Living" for the call to worship. Group singing was accompanied by Mrs. Doris Lee. The scripture was given by Mrs. Wetzel. The lesson topic for the evening was "The Inner City." Mrs. Wetzel, who was in charge of the lesson, presented it in the form of a television program. Her helpers on the program were Mrs. Edna Lefler, Mrs. Bernice Lovell, Mrs. Sharron Scott, Mrs. Susan Wolf, Mrs. Doris Holford and Gwen Wetzel. The Woman's Society of Christian Service is planning a rummage sale Nov. 16. The MYF is sponsoring a bake sale Oct. 19. Mission classes for the children started Oct. 13 during the church hour. Oct. 27 will be family night. The district superintendent will speak on his trip to Haiti. Fall Creek Church will have a breakfast Oct. 16. It was announced that Roseville was having a mission study class, the subject being "What it Means to Be a Christian." Hostesses were Mrs. Edna Lefler and Mrs. Violet Faudree. Set Ahona Meeting ALTONA - The WSCS of the Altona Methodist Church will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. James Johnson. The program will feature the call to Prayer and Self-Denial in charge of Mrs. Denzil Thuline and Mrs. Thomas McMaster. Bus Excursion >9.50 ICE FOLLIES at CHICAGO STADIUM SAT., OCT. 26 - 1 P.M. Box Seat and < Bus Transportation limited to 33 Passengers FOOTBALL Bears vs Eagles SUNDAY, OCT. 27 WRIGLEY FIELD Grandstand Seat and Transportation M0.00 This Is A Sellout! 18 Tickets Remaining! MNDEU BUS (0. 343-9235 "Somehow discussing the internal affairs of Latin America all evening doesn't make for much of a date! Wisconsin Vacationer Is Greeted at Maquon Home California^ Visit at Oqttawka OQUAWKA - Mr, and Mrs.iEil* Mteto of Stwnghuttt weri MAQUON - Mrs. George Wolf of Chaseburg, Wis., came Oct. 8 for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Loy, and other friends and former neighbors. Mrs. Harold H a I s e y was brought to her rural home west of Maquon from St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clegg and family took his aunt, Mrs. Sam Taylor, to her home at Kinnett, Mo., Wednesday. Mrs. Taylor had spent the past 10 days with her twin sister, Mrs. Harold Halsey, who had major surgery at St. Mary's Hospital Sept. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mathews drove to Springfield Friday to attend the State Board meeting of the Rural Mail Carriers Auxiliary. Mrs. Mathews as state president, presided at the meetings Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Harriett Simkins of Peo- Yates City News Items YATES CITY-T. L. Terry and his daughter, Mrs. Everett Peters and Mrs. Angie Kennelly motored to Waterman to accompany Mrs. T. L. Terry to her home, after having spent two wee^s with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nott, where she assisted in the care of her daughter and new baby Debbie Sue, born Sept. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector and Mrs. Esther Rector left for Celina, Ohio, to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grover and family. Mrs. I. M. Tompkins served a dessert luncheon to Mrs. Edna Bantz, Mrs. Eva Chamberlain, Mrs. Earl Rogers, Mrs. George Ford, Mrs. Lela Webber, Mrs. Florence Switzer and Mrs. Louis Windish Oct. 9. In bridge, Mrs. Webber won high score. Mrs. Ford second high and Mrs. Rogers low. Friends have received the word that Mrs. Arthur (Dorothy) Johnson, a former resident now of Nevada, Iowa, is seriously ill in the Story Hospital in that city. Her room number is 3. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Windish and granddaughters, Sally McDonald were recent callers in Iowa City. Ernest Sprout Sr. who met with an auto accident Oct. 5 and is a patient in St. Francis Hospital in Peoria, is improving nicely. Furry fill-ins make the fall and winter fashion scene. Turtle-neck dickies in leopard, mink and sable are prescribed for wear under collarless jackets and coats. Student Visits Burgess Home BURGESS—Miss M a r c i a Greer, who is attending the Broadview Academy at La Fox is spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Greer. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnston and Miss Bertha Johnston were in Davenport Thursday to call on the former's daughter, Miss Ilene Johnston, who is a patient in Mercy Hospital. ria spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. fra Moats. Mrs. Grace Morgan accompanied them to Galesburg, where they called at the Richard Nerval home, and at the home of Mrs. Ralph Swartout. Mr..and Mrs. J. E. Mosher attended the annual picnic of four rural clubs at Fairview Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cowman of Cambridge, came Thursday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Cowman and Mrs. Lucretia Myers. Exposition Lists Gilson Producer Steve Howarter of Gilson, a Knox County sheep raiser, is among the earlv Illinois entrants in the 1963 International Live Stock Exposition and Horse Show in Chicago. He will exhibit in the purebred Corriedale classes of the exposition which will celebrate its 64th anniversary as the nation's largest stock show. It will be held Nov. 29 to Dec. 7 in the International Amphitheatre at the Chicago Stockyards. Feature attraction of the 14 horse shows during the 9-day run of the exposition will be the precision riding performance of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Robert Galbraith of La Crescenta, Calif., who are visiting with relatives in Stronghurst, Monmouth and vicinity, and Mrs. visitors of their sister-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Fryrear, Thursday. Mf. and Mrs. Petty Stone* king, Mrs, fieulih V. Brain and MM . Ruth Thoftlpson went to Nauvoo Friday and cwtetf their dinner along roadside en mute. READ THE WANT ADS! DRY CLEANING SPECIAL SKIRTS and SWEATERS $ A word of safety — don't burn brush or trash in or around woodlands until the adjoining landowners have been notified. 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COATS and JACKETS NO LIMIT Good - CASH & CARRY Until Friday &wi£Moni> The CLEANERS DRIVE-IN SERVICE New Location — 262 N. Proirie St. NEW PEOPLE TO ATTEND THE CURRENT ROTARY TRAVELOG SERIES ON A SPECIAL MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE HERES ALL YOU DO- Buy one or more season tickets now. Only $ 5 each for all five attractions on the dates shown. Attend the October 29 attraction. If, after doing so, you are not convinced that the series will be worth the money, turn in your season ticket as you leave the auditorium and your $ 5 will be immediately refunded - - - that night's entertainment "Free/' NEXT ROTARY TRAVELOG "Austria Waltzes Again" BEAUTIFUL COLOR MOVIES PHOTOGRAPHED and NARRATED -By- WHY THIS SPECIAL "300 DRIVE?' We plan a greatly expanded Travelog series next year because 800 permanent seats will be installed in the auditorium balcony this summer. This means that next year's seating capacity will accommodate between 2500 and 2600 season ticket sales, RESULTING IN GREATLY INCREASED EARNING. To accomplish this goal, we must sell season tickets to at least 300 new customers this year. WHY DO WE WANT TO INCREASE EARNINGS? BECAUSE WE WANT TO HAVE MORE MONEY TO SPEND ON WORTHWHILE YOUTH ACTIVITIES IN THIS COMMUNITY-Since Rotary Travelog Series were started in Galesburg nine years ago, season ticket sales have resulted in net earnings of nearly $30,000, exclusive of earnings we will realize from the current series. Every dollar of this has been spent (or will be spent) for the following or similar activities: "APPROXIMATELY $3.50 OF EVERY $5.00 FOR A SEASON TICKET GOES FOR THESE WORTHWHILE COMMUNITY PROJECTS" CAMP SHAUBENA —CAMP PEARL TENNIS COURTS— Losey & Maple Sts. LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL KNOX COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM BOY SCOUTS & GIRL SCOUTS AMERICAN LEGION CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM YMCA — SALVATION ARMY — RED CROSS If you believe in clean, educational entertainment and want to help support worthwhile Community Youth Programs Buy a Special "MONEY-BACK" Season Ticket Now — On Sale at LINDSTOM'S — C&E GROCERY — CARROLL'S BOOK STORE OR ANY ROTARIAN ROTARY CLUB OF GALESBURG CARVER CENTER DAY NURSERY BUILDING PROGRAM JOHN THIEL YOUTH PROGRAM PREMIER BOYS' STATE ROTARY INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE STUDENTS CARL H. THOMSEN TUESDAY — OCTOBER 29—8 P.M. SENIOR HIGH AUDITORIUM Carl H. Thomsen has produced several travelogues, including "Italy, Sicily and Sardinia," and "Wonders of Alaska." He has won many awards in the travelogue field, such as the VerHalen Trophy — the first place award in an international contest of 262 travel films. His home is in Los Angeles, California, He is one of the first film lecturers to use music with his films. Having been a pioneer in the aviation industry, he utilizes many aerial shots in his photography. PLUS 4 ADDITIONAL STAR ATTRACTIONS December 3— STAN MIDGLEY "JEEP TRAUS THROUGH UTAH'' January 7— COL. JOHN D. CRAIG "OVER AND UNDER THE CARIBBEAN" February 11-— NICOL SMITH "CHILE-LAND OF CONTRASTS" March 17— DON COOPER "LUMBERJACK'S ALASKAN ADVENTURE" (RepMtvd by popular rtqutst) SEASON TICKETS Only $ 5 for oil 5 attractions

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