Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 17, 1963
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T HOSPITAL NOTES SORORITY GIVES PARTY—Rushces of the Hubcr in Galva. From left are Sue Bell, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and regular members of the group appear at masquerade party of group Wednesday at home of Mrs. Keith Lynn Girkin (rushec), Marty Hathaway, Alice Briegal and Audrey Girvln (rushec). GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St, Phone WE 2-2658 Schools Report Honor Rolls GALVA The Galva School District has announced junior and senior high school honor rolls for the first 6-week grading Galesburg Amusement Park Rides Free OCT. U SEASON ENDS OPEN aft 7 P.M. RIB SHACK North on Roulo 180 Ribs, Beet, Chicken. Trim A Chicken, Shrimp, PUxa. Sandwiches. Ate Conditioned For catry out service CaU 342-2423 Opan DaUy at 5 P.M. GINNY •OAT EXCURSION Beautiful Seattle Mlaalstlppl SUNDAY 2-t (O.S.T.) Charters any time. Evenings and Weekends BURLINGTON—PLAZA 2-2125 FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose) Lodgs Hems Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. period. They are: High Honors Freshmen—Mary Ausich, Stephen Eckberg, Lyndon Herrstrom, Marilyn Hinderliter, Keith Luymes, Joel Nordstrom, David Ouart, Gail Rosenow and Judy Thompson. Sophomores—Sharon Armstrong, Jean Bjorling, Julie Cederberg, Nanette Curley, Karen Johnson and Steven E. Nelson. Juniors—Steven Bonati and Jane Josephson. Seniors—Lucille Jaquet, Connie Manthe, Linda Rosander and Diane S ton berg. Honors Freshmen — Barbara Anderson, Rhonda Biilingsiy Linda Collister, James Goodbar, Diane Hanson, John Johnson, Becky Johnson, James Jones, Cathy King, 'Richard Lindstrom, Chester McBride, Cindy Miller, Larry Morse, Susan Van De Velde, Richard Vaughan, Roger Wallace, Rebecca Whaley and Marlene Young. _ , Sophomores — Nettie Dykeman, Roger Engstrom, Charlene Jeffries, Diana LaMaster, ' Susan Lapan, Muriql Lindbom, Christy Litton, Sylvia Lord, Cheryl Olson, Michael Stairwalt and Karen Nelson. Juniors—Carol Bogner, William Curtis, Jill Jones, Linda Kirman, Michael Manning, Dianne Ouart, Linda Peterson, Jerry Smith and Sarah Yelm. Seniors—Beverly Callis, Karen Cederberg, Susan Dexter, Reynolds Everett, Julia Mahaffey, Gerry Maupin, Linda Molfitt, Thera Nelson and Bonnie Purman. JUNIOR HIGH High Honors Seventh Grade—Laura Broeksmit, Peggy Chilberg, Janet Holmes, Holmes', Randall Melton, Karen Murphy, Laura Nelson, Sarah Nordstrom, Brenda Watson, Sandra White and Blair Whitman. Eighth Grade — Mary Conroy, Pamela Evans, Linda Gustatson and Larry Lindberg. Honors Seventh—Frances Raley, J oann Humphrey, Tim Ballard, Freda Biilingsiy, Daryl Clark, Kathryn Laub, James Maginel, Steven Ouart, Jean Smith and Larry Stegall. Eighth—David Anderson, Marshall Collister, Helen Hilton, David Howerton, Keltra Johnson, Joe Kempin, Marlene Krapausky, Nancy Luymes, Duane Nelson and Alice Kteft. •lMaeia **^^B ^eBBeBBMBisBBsA *ns »^t Investigate Damage Galva Fire Department was called Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. to investigate the possibilities q£ a fire at the Galva Theater after it was struck by lightning during the storm. Some of the bricks were knocked off from the top of the chimney and it was cracked part way down. There was no trace of fire. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Jame§ O'Connor, 742 W. North St. Mrs. Vicki Ann Shreeves, Knoxville. Mrs. Dorothy V. Balrd, 1692 Brentwood Ave. Mrs, Janis E. Jamison, 1393 N, Henderson St. David W. Stevens, 187 N. Whitesboro St. Nancy G. Keener, 205 Phillips St. Mrs. Carolyn G. Coe, Lake Bracken. Mrs. L. Rosalie Emken, Mft- quon. Winfield S. Krout, 1486 Jeffer son St. Mrs. Jo Ann Ziegler, Victoria. Mrs. Mabel D. Ferris, Knoxville. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Jacquelyn Ann Aby, Knoxville. Mrs. Ruth G. Bauer, 512 Sumner St. Earl L. Howard, 997 McClure St. Allison L. Grutzmacher, Knoxville. Mrs. Constance N. Ward, 175 Walnut Ave. David S. Agar 1 , 1190 Family Ct. Steven M. Briggs, 259 S. Kellogg St. Tony J. Dennis, 470 W. South St. Mrs. Darlene R. Ferguson, DeLong. Lisa D. Anderson, 71 Edward St. Mrs. Helen Fey, Abingdon. Mrs. Ethel L. DeWitt, 208 N. Elm St. Roy H. McGaan, Altona. Robert A. Wolford, Alexis. Clyde A. Smith, 393 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Lorree M. Eaves, 1171 E. North St. Charlene Yung, New Windsor. Sorority Holds Party The masquerade wiener roast for rushees of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority was held Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Keith Huber. All participants wore costumes. The seven rush­ ees present at the party included Pat Glasnovich, Lynn Girkin, Pauline Chrisop, Joyce Nichols, Sharon Winters, Mary Hickman and Peggy Gustafson. A tea for the rushees will be held Nov. 3 at the home of Mrs. Pat Doss. • .•YOUR*CHILDREN'S FEET ARE IN GOOD HANDS WITH YOUR Soldier Visits Henderson Grove Kin's Home HENDERSON GROVE James W. Jones, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones visited his uncle and aunt 10 days on leave from Ft. Polk, La. Mr. and Mrs. Dean C. Meyers of Canton were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James V. Youngren. Miss Christine Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson, spent the weekend visiting her sister, Marjorie, at Augus- tana College. Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson and Jimmie of LaGrange Park, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson and family, over the weekend. While here they attended homecoming festivities at Monmouth College. Richard DeGroot of Rockford was a weekend visitor in t h e home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglas. He was en route home from a business trip to Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Applebey and family attended a family potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wright of Galesburg Sunday. Former Resident Honored CAMBRIDGE—Mrs. William C. Danielson, the former Kathryn Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LaVern H. Peterson of Cambridge, was honored recently at a miscellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. Elna McDonald in Rock Island. Hostesses were the Misses Penny Campbell and Karen Mexerle" A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon in the Cambridge Methodist Church with 35 relatives and friends attending. Mrs. LaVern Peterson poured. The hostesses were Mrs. Harrison Johnson, Mrs. Lauren Freberg, Mrs. LeRoy V. Johnson, Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Mrs. Irving Johnson and Miss Carol Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Danielson are residing at 600 43rd St., Rock Island. Avon 4-H Club Organizes AVON — The Avon Scissors Sisters 4-H Club had its first meeting Oct. 12 at the Avon High School. The club is starting in the winter this year because it is having lessons on garments. Officers for the year are: President, Sarah Bell; vice president, Carolyn Lock; secretary, Cindy Hovell; treasurer, Melba Beets; reporters, Cynthia Carr and Peggy Roberts; federation delegates, Jane Staggs, Elaine Babbitt and Jeanne Underwood; song leaders, Nancy Hatch and Karen Riley; recreation chairmen, Sharon Mixer, Connie Morris and Kathleen Frederick; historians, Shelly Carr and Mary Lee Carr; telephone committee, Shelly Carr, Charlotte Yeoman, Sara Staggs and Marie Butler. The leaders are to pick the junior leaders. St. Mary READ THE WANT ADS! 4 Stop when you see this sign and look at the wonderful shoes it represents. You'll see why Billiken shoes- have won the trust of so many parents. We sell them with pride, fit them with care, recommend them with confidence! *4.95 *6.95 FRIDAY SPECIAL! ''A WWW Mississippi Chanuel Catfish Dinner Serviug 11 a.m. 'til 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. 'til 10 p.m. ROTHE TH* NATION'S INNKMPM* CATERING HOURS Private Parlies • Meeting* $ A .M. til 6 P.M. Phone 342-2161 if*** rr ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mils Mary Rangel, 346 W. Fourth St. Kenneth Cameron, Abingdon. Mark P. Jeffries, 23* Blaine Ave. Mrs. James A. Scott, Abingdon. Miss Mary Nolan, 620 S. Academy St. Mrs. Golene Hamilton, 1057 Emery St. Debra K. Hardister, 1405 N. Seminary St. Mrs. La Verne McDowell, Knoxville. Mrs. Joan Cox, London Mills. Perry C. Kell, 1162 Lancaster St. Linda K. Carter, Galesburg Route 3. Mss Nancy Reynolds, 220 Ivan Ave. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Forrest E. Bates, Abingdon. S. Garrett Cox, Gilson. Mrs. Gerald DeWitt, 258 Lake St. Mrs. Maude Griffith, Galesburg Route 3. Samuel M. Hall Jr., 392 N. West St. Bert Johnson, Galva. Arthur Murray, Knox County Nursing Home, jewis Palmer, Lake Bracken. Janice L. Patterson, 141? Grand Ave. George Reinhold, 375 N. Cherry St. Albert C. Reyner, 59 N. West St. John L. Schrodt, London Mills. Mrs. John Skinner, 883 Law* rence Ave. Milton M. Stegall, Abingdon. James D. Storm, 1057 Monroe St. Bruce L. Stuart, 987 Pine St. Mrs. Eugene Sullivan, 745 Liberty St. Mrs. Delilah Wynkoop, Abingdon. Correction: John W. Stoddard, Knoxville, dismissed on Oct. 13. BUSHNELL 820 W. Hurst St., Bushnfcll Groups Convene at B ml well Cambridge a .«e. Newt Mrs. fternura ftrillhart Phone Bushnell 519 Movie i Calendar the SMt" 1:00, 4:», «•», «:». BUSHNELL The mentary Unit of PTA met Tuesday at the school. Mrs. Essie Brown's room won the room attendance. Mrs. Helen Hoeing of Macomb, a Western lab school; ..... „ ,„ Pto<* Benefits of Mrs. Henry Cox, Mrs. Edwin v«*«.t.«*U# fan* alwlHit th* riatrntlntia. fh# TOT ieflrllOOK Laux giving the devotions. The lesson was given by Mrs. J. D. Murphy. A vocal number was offered by Mrs. Cox, with Miss Pauline Goeppinger as accom* teacher, presented the program, panist. "Preparation for Adolescence." "R U th circle met at the home of Mrs. George Doll. Devotions were given by Mrs. Doll, and the lesson by Mrs. Lula Black. The remainder of the time was devoted to making cancer Review Lessons The Bushnell Unit of Homemakers Extension met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Vada Haffner. Mrs. Edith Serven, who presided reported the unit gave $10 to the Recreation Center drive. The major lesson, Behavior Pattern Us Understand CAMBRIDGE - Benefits for the Viking fund to aid in publishing the Cambridge High School Viking Annual are getting under way this week. The annual Viking Carnival is sehed uled for Saturday night, The sophomore class ts spon m auction Satur- ade school dressings. 4 'Language that Helps Others," was Cambridge Men's Club Sets Party For Children CAMBRIDGE - D. O. Carter, Kenneth L. Telleen and Clark Sheesley were named the nominating committee at the meeting of the Cambridge Men's Club Monday noon in the American Legion Hall. They will report at the last meeting, Nov. 25. The installation of the officers will be at the Dec. 9 meeting. Earl Stackhouse spoke on "Facts Versus Fiction on Funeral Services." Plans were made to have a free movie for the children in the Cambridge area and Cambridge Halloween night, Oct. 31 in the Community Hall and treats will be given out to the children. The movie at Halloween time is the first of a series of several movies that will be shown in the Community Hall Saturday nights. These shows will be sponsored by the Cambridge businessmen. Kenny McMillan Is Hospitalized BUSHNELL — Kenny McMillan of the Bushnell Prairie City area, who last week retired as president of the National Future Farmers of America at its convention in Kansas City, Mo., is a patient in St. Francis Hospital at Macomb. McMillan was stricken at the convention, but postponed hospitalization until his return home. Oquawka N Item OQUAWKA - Clifford Essex, who has received treatment in Monmouth Hospital the past week, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rettig and children have moved from the property of Mr. and Mrs. Don James to Burlington. Sunday visitors of Charles L. Brooks and son Philip were Mr. and Mrs. King McCrystal of Champaign. They also called on Mrs. Beulah Braun. McCrystal is a nephew of Edith and Philip Braun. MUSIC MENU "BIG HIT" If you want good music* "we got it." Everett WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Agai niE PRAIRIE PARTNER* DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boye DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-to Window Viola Hagerman and Mrs. Vada Haffner. Mrs. Edith Serven gave the minor lesson, "How to Improve Your Memory." Circles Meet Three of the four circles of the WSCS of the Methodist Church met Tuesday. The lesson topic was "The Maturing Church in Southern Asia." Lydia circle met at the home Guests Depart After Visit in Bishop Hill BISHOP HILL — Mrs. Arthur Myhre of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Miss Ruby Warner of Jackson, Tenn., have returned to their homes after spending several days last week in the home of Miss Edla Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Erickson of St. Clair, Mich., arrived Friday to visit friends and relatives and attend to their property in the village. They are staying at the home of Mrs. Erickson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Erickson. 1 Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. Holmes and Julie attended an all-day conference at Champaign Oct. 15. Julie will spend until Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pritchard and family until the Holmeses with Debbie and Danny return for her and plan a birthday celebration for Debbie, who was 9 this week. Mrs. Pritchard is a sister of Mrs. Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Nelson of Bishop Hill; Mrs. Robert Dobbles and children of Woodhull; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dobbles of Cambridge: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Walthers was hostess to the Priscilla circle. Mrs. Glenn Lovell gave the devotions and Mrs. Gladys Pugh given by Mrs, the lesson. The Mary-Martha Mrs. Cambridge; Donald Nelson and family of Galesburg; Mrs. Edmund Fox of Knoxville and Mrs. Roy Ray of Avon held a potluck Oct. 13 at Lincoln Park, Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gustafson and Jill were supper guests Oct. 10 at the William White home in Galva, also at the Roger Poison home in Hooppole Oct. 11 and dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Spillman of Galva Oct. 13. All were in honor of Marvin Gustafson's birthday which was Oct. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Albin G. Johnson returned Monday evening after spending from Saturday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Willard Nordstrom and family in Clayton, Mo. They also visited Mrs. Johnson's other nephew, Gerald Nordstrom, and family, who live in the same area. Marriage License TOULON — A marriage license was issued in the office of Stark County Clerk James T. Jackson to Thomas Eugene Van Damme and Shirley Kay Stewart, both of Kewanee. OPEN 7 PAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 INCLUDING SUNDAY 10 different •*!*<!•, 9 different metis, vegetables and relishes, fish on Friday. Serving continuously irem 11 AM. to I FM. Every Pay CaU 343-9440 413 N. Seminary SMiina capacity 111 circle met at the home of Mrs. Henry Cox. Mrs. Marie Walters gave the devotions and the lesson was given by Mrs. N. J. Cheek and Mrs. Ed Stoller. Var Mothers at London Mills Tell Projects LONDON MILLS — Mothers of World War II Unit 70 held its regular meeting Oct. 10 at the home of Hazel Bhear, Lois Nesbit, president, reported the group gave $5 to a VA hospital, a district project hospital fund and a state project. Chanute Air Force Base sent a thank-you note which was read along with an invitation to a tea at Cambridge Oct. 14 and a note from the district president about her visit to the next meeting at London Mills. It was reported that a comforter crib cover and six bed pads were made and mending done for a nursing home. Food, clothing and bedding worth $75 were given to a needy family. "TROUBLE WAS NEVER SO MUCH FUN/ soring a public day at 1:30 on the lawn. The sophomore class also will sponsor a public card party Saturday night, Oct. 26, in the Community Hall. The freshman class will sponsor a benefit chili luncheon Saturday at 11:30 a.m. in the Farm Bureau Auditorium and chili supper at 5 p.m. The junior class will sponsor a public chili supper Oct. 26 at 5 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Auditorium. The senior class has made plans for a public bake sale and coffee for Oct. 26 in the Cambridge Motor Co. V E tJSf THEATRE Rt. 34 West 6:30 — Open Show at 7 P.M. 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