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GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent 324 Main St. Phone W16 2*2658 (jolesbufd Keoister-Moil, Golesburg, III, Saturdoy, Oct. 19, 1963 5 Gitvt, will «erve •• Gtfetbwg Regrtter.Ma« eifttipMiiWt •t Othrt from Oct. *>Nw. 4 wMIe Ratten AMenun It v» MtkMiai, First Aid Course Organized GALVA - Carl E. Whitehouse Sr., James M. Young and Robert L. Cox will be the in structors for new Red Cross first aid class to start Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Galva High School. All enrollees were requested to use the north door of the high school. Instructors urged at least one member of each family to be trained in first aid WSCS Plans for Clothing Drive Forty members of the WSCS of the Grace Methodist Church attended a meeting Oct. 18 at the church. Reports from com mittees showed that 10 sick calls had been made. The WSCS will serve the Lions charter night banquet Oct 23 at 7 p.m. An overseas cloth ing drive will be held Nov. 5, and clothes may be left at the home of Mrs. Milo Goodale Miss Ellen Molm, program chairman, gave the prayer and meditation on Self-Denial and Week of Prayer. Mrs. Emma Morris reported on the centers where the world bank money will be sent. Mrs. Linda Barlow played a piano selection and Mrs. Trevalyn Larson presented a reading. Hostesses were Mrs. Harry Riesbieter, Miss Ellen Molm, Mrs. Minnie Wistrand, Miss Eva Larson and Mrs. Agnes Kapple Sylvia Morgan and William Hay Reign at Homecoming Sylvia Morgan and William Hay were crowned king and queen of the homecoming Friday night at Galva High School Crowning ceremonies were during an intermission at the dance. Freshmen attendants were Mary Johnston and Jack Hawkins; sophomores, Sharon Armstrong and Harold Hall; juniors, Bonnie Anderson and Jerry Smith, and seniors, Sue Dexter and Joe Raley. The band performed at the halftime of the football game and 15 seniors RIB SHACK North on flouM ISO Mb*. B M I , Chicken. Ttl»i Chicken. Shrimp, Pirn, Sandwiches. .Alt Conditioned For carry out Mrrlec CaU Ml-2413 Open Dally »t • PJ4. OPEN 1 DAYS A WEEK ELDORA'S SMORGASBORD $1.00 INCLUDING SUNDAY 10 dUlerent eeladi. a different meat*, vegetables and relishes, fish on Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to a PM. Every Day CaU M1-M40 411 N. Seminary Seating capacity 111 For All Musicians Country & Western Jamboree Sun., Oct. 20, 1 p.m. NO ADMISSION At LAKE STOREY PAVILION • — Everyone Welcome — were recognized. They were playing at their last home foot* ball game. Junior band sold flowers before the game. Church Services: Are Announced Following are Sunday service schedules of Galva churches, in addition to other church functions: Messiah Lutheran — D. V. Charlson, pastor. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday school. Worship 10:30 a.m. New organ will be used for the first time. Monday 4 p.m. confirmation class. Tuesday 8 p.m. church council meets. Wednesday 8 p.m. Lutheran Churchwomen. Thursday 8:30 p.m. Russell Watson will demonstrate organ. First Congregational — John S. Broeksmit, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. church school; 11 a.m. worship. Laymen's Sunday with deacons conducting the service, Burton King preaching. Monday 4 pm. Confirmation class, seventh graders and Pilgrim Fellowship meet with Miss Jennie Doldge. 6 p.m. supper for male officers of the church at the parsonage to meet Miss Doldge. Fellowship Women 7:30 p.m. Miss Doldge will speak on "A World Traveler Views Our Christian World Mission." Wednesday 6:30 p.m. all-church potluck supper; Zealy Holmes of Edelstein will speak on the topic, "A Delegate Views Our Christian World Mission." St. John's Catholic— Fr. Gerard A. Verhoye, pastor. Sunday Masses at 7 and 8:30 a.m. first, third and fifth Sundays; Masses 7 and 10:15 a.m. second and fourth Sundays. Assembly of God—A. O. Blue, pastor. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. Worship hour 11 a.m. C. A. Service 6 p.m. service 7 p.m. Tuesday 2 p.m. WMC meeting. Cottage prayer meeting 7 p.m. First Baptist—K e n n e t h Sterns, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school. Worship 11 a.m. Message' by three laymen for Laymen's Sunday. Junior and senior BYF 6 p.m. Service 7 p.m., sermon, "Seeking For Jesus." Thursday 7 p.m. church visitation. Prayer meeting 8 p.m. Foursquare — Allan Mason, pastor. Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday school. Worship 11 a.m. Service 7:30 p.m. Thursday 7:30 p.m. prayer and Bible study. Grace Methodist—Robert E. Holmes, pastor. Sunday 9 a.m. family worship. Church school j 10 a.m. Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. First Methodist-Richard C. Brownfield, pastor. Sunday, Layman's Day. Worship 8:30 and 10:45 a.m. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Peoria district MYF rally 3 p.m. Junior High MYF 5 p.m. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. pastor's study class. Thursday WSCS Prayer and Self Denial service. Official board meeting 7 p.m. Plan Supper BISHOP HILL - The general committee for the ham and homemade bread supper to be sponsored by the Community Methodist Church has been formed and plans are being completed for the special church supper Nov. 21. The committee is headed by Mrs loyd Hamlin, chairman. READ THE WANT ADS! iififl'liji GALVA ROYALTY—William Ray and Sylvia Morgan appear at Galva High School Homecoming dancing party Friday night after they were crowned king and queen of the home* coming festivities of the school. AlWood Junior Band Programs Are Announced WOODHULL - The AlWood junior band will be in two programs next week. On Monday night, the band will travel to the New Windsor Junior High School to join forces with the Winola Band Parents. Interested AlWood Band Parents were invited to attend the program which will begin at 8 p.m. and will be in the nature of a practice session in preparation for the coming Conference Junior Band Festival next month. On Wednesday night, the Al­ Wood Band Parents will have their first meeting of the year in the junior high building. The junior band also will present a half-hour program for this meeting which will begin at 8 o'clock. Altona PTA Reports on Sale ALTONA - The Altona-ROVA PTA held its October meeting in the grade school gym Tuesday. The budget for the year was accepted and Mrs. Carrol Graves, ways and means chairman, reported on the uptown sale which brought in $105 Oct. 12. Mrs. Hubert Swanson gave the report of the foreign exchange student committee. All those interested in having a foreign exchange student live in their home were told to get in touch with a member of the committee before Jan. 1. Room count was won by room two. Mrs. Lois Lingwell is teacher of this room. The council representatives from Altona were announced. They, are Pastor A. J. Tetzlaff, Mrs. Arol Bums and Mrs. Robert Saylor. Program chairman, Mrs. Denzil Thuline, introduced the film, "The Bright Side." Mrs. Hubert Larson, Mrs. James Garner, Mrs. William Main, Mrs. Donna O'Hern and Mrs. Robert Olson were in charge of the social hour. Groups Meet At Woodhull WOODHULL-Mrs. Florence Anderson was hostess at a recent meeting of the WCTU. Miss Ethel Clough was the assisting hostess and Mrs. Nellie Stoner devotional leader. Naomi circle met recently at the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Jean Horner was in charge of the program which was on the theme "A New Community." Mrs. Dean Litton was in charge of the devotions and the hostesses were Mrs. Ray Noy and Mrs. Raymond Nystrom. Woodhull Briefs Mrs. Beryl Perry and children, Mrs. Margaret Fields of Woodhull and Mrs. • Charlene Swanson of Moline attended funeral services for Fred Sheldon, 85, in Albia, Iowa, recently. Mrs. Perry remained for a longer stay with her mother and other relatives. Woodhull community firemen were summoned to the Dean Litton farm northeast of Woodhull Monday at 1 p.m. to extinguish a grass fire which had ignited a corn field. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Palm and Chris of Galva and their house guest, Miss Mary Parish of Williamsfield, spent the weekend at the Anona Palm home. Mrs. Carl Meline of Gibbs, Mo., is visiting Mrs. Lillie Granger of Woodhull. Escapes Serious Harm OPHIEM — Wesley Carlson, AlWood High School junior, escaped serious injury Wednesday when the chain on a combine broke. The accident occurred during an agriculture class when the combine was being taken apart for metal scrap. The exhaust hit him in the forehead causing a bad bruise and a cut lip. He was treated by the school nurse. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson of near Lynn Center. The U.S. paper industry utilizes 10 per cent of the nation's chemical industry output. HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Mrs. Dollle B. Branson, Oneida. Paul D. Chase, 911 N. Farnham St. Mrs. Elizabeth Saline, Rio. Mrs. Helen W. Linn, 4«§ Peck St. William D. Mahnesmith, 23ft E. Main St. Mrs. Vivian Weiverllng, 381 Franklin Ave. Mrs. Ruth Sitzman, 320 N. Cedar St. Donald Williams, 578 Holton St. Mrs. Sharon K. Nelson, 1603 Monmouth Blvd. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Beverly Compton, 1439 Summit Ave. Mrs. Joan Cox, London Mills. Mrs. Evelyn Garrigan, Galva. Debra K. Hardister, 1405 N. Seminary St. Mrs. Mary Howerter, Abingdon. Mrs. Dorothy Koloski, 721 Mulberry St. David J. Martinez, 812 S. West St. Catherine Marie McCune, 1215 Arcadia Dr. Charles McDermat, Avon. Mrs. Karen Miller, Rio. Miss Nancy M. Reynolds, 220 N. Ivan St. State School Meetings at Stronghurst STRONGHURST - Schedules for the yearbook picture taking, the annual Henderson County College night and the regular school board meeting were announced today. Individual pictures of students at Stronghurst schools will be taken Wednesday, 8:30 to 11 a. m. and parents wishing to have other pictures of their children taken may do so. Annual college night is slated for Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m. when high school juniors, seniors and parents will meet with area college representatives. On Monday the Stronghurst School Board of Education will meet at 8 p.m. and the next day board members will attend the Western Division of the II linois Association of School Boards at Knoxville. In other news at Stronghurst schools, Supt. Hal D. Olson this week attended a legislative meeting in Chicago of the Illinois High School Association and joined coaches John Bick ell and John Abramczyk at the Bi-County Conference Wednesday. Plans for next year's basketball schedule and other conference activities were discussed at the conference in Aledo. Mrs. Mary Pearson and Bickell, both instructors, attended physical fitness day at Western Illinois University Friday. Oquawka Briefs OQUAWKA - Mrs. Gordon Petermann and children David and Terry, Oct. 13, visited their husband and father, who is a patient in the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Frank Wilcox returned to her home in Wheaton Tuesday, after spending several days here with her mother, Mrs. H. C. Ives, and Mr. Ives. Mrs. Ives is recuperating nicely from recent surgery. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! SniORGASBORD w Mr Every Sunday 12 Noon Until S ;00 P .M. Special Children's Portion Only $1,90 CATERING HOURS t Private Parties • Meetings • AM. "Til I P.M. Phone 34MM ROUTE 159 North Henderson St. Galesburg, 111. *^ THEATRE W ENDS TONIGHT Due to the delicate subject matter, this picture is for Adults Only! •TO 00 IOIY CALHOUN in "A Foct in tho Rcjiit" DRIVE-IN STARTS TOMORROW This was the summer Clayboy would never forget. This was the summer of Claris and I DEIMEROAVES iwww ^mm\»wmvai **»**vm*t*iimvmm SB 1 M «»w*i-wiiiim .*.* MH uit *»•• 9 TONEY'S ,_tfY NEWEST motion picture ANGELS m* TfCHWCOUMT Cottage ADMISSIONS FRIDAY Stana L. FHeklnget, 161 Oar- field Ave. Mrs. Charlotte Hasselbacher, 1040 E. fierrien St. Mrs. Irene Regula, 1270 Campbell Ave. Mark Weese, 219 Walnut Ave. Mrs. Alice M. McBride, 160 N. Chambers St. Daryl E. Cox, 1443 Monroe St. Robert M. Wingo, Monmouth. Mrs. M. Ellen Lindsey, Abingdon. James M. Abell, 201 N. Whites* boro St. Mrs. Faith B. Landenberger, 1365 W. Losey St. Mrs. Sandra A. McDowell, Alpha. Scott A. Harshbarger, 968 N. Prairie St. Bruce L. Poller Jr., 29 Circle Dr. Mrs. Edith M. Toland, 787 E. South St. James W. Luallen, Woodhull. Elmer E. Kilburn, St. Augustine. DISMISSALS FRIDAY Mrs. Christine M. Sullivan, 68 S. Cherry St. Oscar M. Seibert, 1431 Maple Ave. Mrs. Naomi M. Fisher, 1275 S. Cherry St. Miss Marjorie H. Masters, 1115 Bateman St. Mrs. Jean E. Smith, 1880 Grand Ave. Charles F. McElroy, London Mills. Mrs. Ava R. Nelson, 735 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Delores M. Pinckney, 1860 McMaster St. Mrs. Grace E. Ritchey, Abingdon. Fire Station Built at Ophiem OPHIEM — Oxford Fire Protection District has completed the construction of a 28x38-foot fire station in Ophiem at a cost of around $4,000, according to Leonard Hazelrigg, Alpha contractor. The building, which is of concrete blocks, has redwood trim on the exterior, a rest-room has been installed and the building is gas heated. The station will house the pumper-type fire engine now in the Alpha station after a new one has been purchased for Alpha. Oxford Fire District officials are planning to connect the fire units in Alpha and Ophiem by radio or telephone. The system that will be used will enable units from both stations to answer an alarm. AlWood Seniors Earn Honors WOODHULL - Two AlWood High School seniors have been honored for their performance on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test given last Spring. Don Metzger, principal, an* flounced that formal letters of commendation signed by himself and the president of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation have been presented to George Sherrard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherrard of Alpha, and Turee Allison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allison of New Windsor. READ THE WANT ADS! Movie Calendar *AttfMfiAY-Stnt0A¥, OCT. ll-M' OflfWEUMi "The CaretafcetV* 1:80. 3:50, 8:S0, 7:80, 9:80. WEB*: "Auntie Mame," 1:80 an* 8:40 ottly; "A SumfMf Plice." 4:18 and 9.-08. Purchase Home At Toulon TOULON - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wagher and four daughters will soon move to the Mrs. Elizabeth Wrigley house which they have purchased. They have been residing in the Lyle Clinebell farmhouse east of Toulon. The October pack meeting of Toulon Cub Scouts will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Toulon Grade School Building. INDS TONITI-"40 POUNDS OP TROUBLE" STARTS SUNDAY The true story of Lt. John F. Kennedy's incredible adventure in the South Pacific! —CUFF ROBERTSON in the year* most talkedabout role! -suss JKXUMRNER -uuTa^-inftTI &K- «mS • mmatir SHOW STARTS — 7:30 Adults 60c Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE EARL Issue Marriage License at Cambridge CAMBRIDGE — Marriage license was issued at Cambridge to Phillip G. Venable of Osco and Linda S. Cook of Orion. In 1962, less than one-half the newspapers in the U.S. still sold for a nickel. OPEN SAT. and SUNDAY AT 1:15 P.M. W es T AND "Auntie Mame" — 1:50 and 6:40 SUNDAY "Summer Place" - 4:15 and 9:05 TODAY DOUBLE EXCITEMENT SHOW! AVMTIE MAHE 'f * i. ROSMlMtTniSSU tECMNIUMA* TECHNICOLOR*} WARNERBROS.- — PLUS 2nd BIG HIT— EveTy place you go you'll be hearing about: 1 T HE I NN. ..T HE G UESTS.. T HE S ENSATIONS OF T HE G REAT B EST S ELIEA II FROM WARNER BROS. TECHNICOLOR »iH i STARRING f-mCHAHO • a OOMTNV f\$ANOKA »/ ARTHUR M TftOV EGAN-MCGUIRE-DEE • KENNEDY-DONAHUE N O W I He gave them I what no man ever gave } them oefdre* Love was the enemy she would never surrender to! LBARTIfH Presents .THE CARETAKERS MNllUAMS/CONSlANCE W/SHARON HW/Wf MARSHAli/AMA SICtAJfl /8AA &AAA 8AM (11117^ MM

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