Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 19, 1963
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Goltsburq Reqistgr-Moil, Golesburg, III, Soturday, Oct 19 ,1963 9 ABINGDON DOROTHY WH1TSITT CORRESPONDENT HmneAddress: 705 W, Adams Si Phone Ml book, "Christ and the fine Arts." Reading Materials Review ABINGDON-Abingdon PTA Wednesday evening program In gride tchool all-purpose room was given by Robert Hauter of Morton, • textbook salesman representing Ouin and Co. Me spoke on reading materials, displayed work books (or all grides, reading tests which teach comprehension and vocabulary. He distributed pamphlets containing a story from fourth grade reader with teaching helps on vocabulary. He distributed leaflets on good books for summer reading for grades one through sixth. He pointed out how parents can assist in a good reading program. Room count was a tie between first grade and kindergarten children. A letter was read stating a future date will be announced for postponed meeting in Aledo to elect a district PTA director. Next meeting Nov. 13 will be FOR SALE No Dead Elms! This lovoly 4 Bedroom fromo heme is shaded by hard maples and poplars. 16x28 living room with largo fireplaco. 10x16 family room, largo kitchon and full bath down. 3 largo bedrooms with extra large closets, full bath and sleeping porch up. Full basement, large lot, near grade school, roof practically new. Ixtra nice hardwood floors up and down. Shown by appointment Dove Williams Broker 800 N. Swarts — Ph. 540 Abingdon during a book fair open from 4 to 9 p.m. with regular business session at 7:30 p.m. New books will be sold during these hours with a percentage of receipts going to the local PTA group. Mrs. Marge Cunningham offered services in welfare work. Eureka College Aide Engaged for Session Mrs. Donna Darmer at Caroline Circle Wednesday meeting in grade school all-purpose room announced Don LittleJohn, associate director of development of Eureka College, will speak and show slides at general CWF session Nov. 22. Especially Invited were parents of high school youth within the church. Clothing drive was announced for Nov. 6. Clothing was requested brought earlier for packing. Mrs. Darmer, study leader, presented Dollie Brock, Mrs. Nancy Stegall, Mrs. Mary Anderson and Marcelene Wilson, who assisted her with a skit, entitled, "Caught in the Web," depicting church responsibility. Worship service was conducted by Mrs. Rosalee Pruett. She also read excerpts from the LARGE OARAGE SALE Sunday, Oct. 10, aftarnoon and •vaniaa. Corner Mack k Ohio lit., Abingdon, IlL 110 MU of Salt It Pappor Shakar», furniture, electrical apali- ancai including mangle and partial* air conditioner. LoU Smith. List Church Services Congregational Church school will be held Sunday tt ft:3ft a. ffl.; worship 10:46 a.m.; in observance of Laymen's Sunday, Mils Louise Shawvef will have charge of the service, assisted by young people. Her topic will be "Narcotics Education." Kola Aklta Class will meet at ft p .m. In the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp for a potluck supper. Members were asked to take two dishes of food and table service. Women's Fellowship November meeting has been changed to Nov. 13 due to the annual chicken pie supper and bazaar Nov. 7. Club to Convene Abingdon Delphian Club will convene Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Carr (Helen) Ray.' Pupils Win Prises In Coloring Contest Cash prizes of 11 each were awarded Wednesday to the winners in the poster coloring contest conducted annually during Fire Prevention Week by the AlWood Students Named by Group WOODHULL - The AlWood High School Library Club was represented at the district meeting of the Illinois School Library Association by its two delegates, Sherry Nelson and Jim Bainbridge, at Alexis Tuesday. Following the dinner Mary Morrisey of Blackhawk College spoke about personality and its relationship to reading. During the business meeting Bainbridge was nominated to serve as president of the district for the coming year and Miss Nelson was nominated to be corresponding secretary by the United Township High School delegation. The delegates were accompanied to the meeting by the club sponsor, Mrs. Jane Weech. A&P'S SUPER-RIGHT TOP QUALITY CHUCK STEAK OR ROAST BLADE CUT BEEF RIB STEAK Skinless Frank. % X b 49' Frith Sauerkraut H X, "ft29 e A&P's Super- Lb. Right 79 RED-WASHINGTON DELICIOUS APPLES 2 b 29 Abingdon Fire Protection District, All pupils in grades one, two and three were eligible to enter and prize money was presented to the following at the grade school by Fire Capt. Harold Wright: Linda Carter, Kriity Dunlap, Gwendolyn Way, David Fey, Jeff Anderson, Jimmy Cecil, Carmelite Bellar, Cynthia Dunn, Rodney Thomas, Patrice Goodson, Penny Jones, Sandy Johnson and Shannon Kilpat* rick. Abingdon Bowling llQ TEN LEAGUE _ l>ottcr» No. 1, 24.1Jj Victory TaV- •rti. 13-13: Hoy's OrMnhouM, 83*13; C St n Market, 20-16; y Treasure House, 20-10; Pottery N6. 3, 18*18; Shank's, 15-21; Russ's Toys, 13-23; Pottery No. 2, 12-24; Oats Clippers, 12-24. High individual series, M. Bucher, 629; high Individual game, J. Mangier!, 246. WEDNESDAY KITE OWLS Trade Winds, 23-9; Rudy's Shell, 22-10; Craven. 31*11; Mac's Music, 19'/a-12'/.; Sandovals, 17*15; Charm Center. 17-18; Abbe Lanes, 12-30; Blue Bell. 1S-S0; Shank's, HVfc-aOM,; Thurman's Trucking, 8-27. High team aarlas, Sandoval's, 2734; high team game, Cravars, 081. High individual series, J. Swaney, 889; high individual fame, J. Stoeney, 202. Birthday Supper Held At Gerlaw GERLAW - Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Terpening and Sandra were hostesses at a birthday supper for Mary and Martha Tygrett. Each were presented a corsage by the hostess. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah, Sherri and Shelli of Fall Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lipp were in Leon, Iowa, Saturday attending her father, P. H. Blunt 's sale. He and his wife are moving to Arizona for his health. Miss Judy Medhurst spent Friday night with her cousin, Miss Donna Medhurst at North Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Simmons and Ha of Berwick were Saturday visitors of the Ray Jensens. Mrs. Dick Hart and Mrs. Jack Helm attended a coffee Monday at the home of Mrs. Clara Martin in Monmouth and another one at Mrs. Roy Johnson 's home, also of Monmouth. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wlnblgler were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shawley of Rogers, Ark. Mrs. Lloyd Wlnblgler accompanied Mrs. Earl Lyons to Peoria Saturday for a World Book Encyclopedia dinner and meeting. Mrs. Vivian Ryner was among the guests of Mrs. Vern Shuller recently. She entertained at a birthday luncheon for Mrs. Helen Christianson and Mrs. Ruth Chard. Motoring to East Moline Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood. They were guests of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hood. John Ailes and daughter Betty Ann spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Frank Rohr, and niece, Mrs. Doris Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. John Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Don Braselton, Marcla, Susan and Ronnie were guests at the wedding of Miss Donna McGraw and Craig Johnson at the Grace Methodist Church in Davenport. Miss McGraw is a niece of the Blairs. KNOX VILLE ANNABEL PETERSON ( CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St Phone 28M172 Homemakers Plan Breakfast KNOXVILLE - Members of the Knox Unit of Homemakers Extension made plans for a breakfast at the home of Mrs. Les Martin Friday Nov. 15 at 9 a.m. at a meeting in the home of Mrs. Goldie Whitsitt Friday. Each member was asked to invite a guest as prospective member for the event. Mrs. Lillie McElwain gave the major lesson, "Winter Arrangements," and demonstrated with a Thanksgiving table. There is an endless supply of plant material around the home and farms for interesting ar- Bishop Hill Services Following are services Sunday at the Bishop Hill Community Methodist Church, as announced by Pastor Robert E. Holmes. Sunday, church school 9:45 a.m. Family worship 10:45 a. m. layman's Sunday; district lay leader, Jack Ghitalla, speaker. The men of Galva Grace and Bishop Hill Community Methodist are forming a choir to sing. Senior MYF 6 p.m. Monday 8 p.m., official board meeting at the church. Thursday 2 p.m. Woman's Society of Christian Service meets at 2 p.m. Mrs. A. Gunnar Borg, hostess. rangements, Mrs. McElwain stated, Mrs. Lee Turner gave the minor lesson, "How to Sponsor a Ward at Research Hospital." Refreshments were served from a black and orange decorated table. Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Ruth Marsh. Mrs. Stanley Glasgow was a guest. Methodist Church Engages Director Of Passion Play Harold D. Walters of Bloomington, producer and director of the American Passion Play in Bloomington, will be the speaker at a dinner Wednesday at 6 p.m. at the Knoxville Methodist Church. The Knoxville church is in the midst of a 2-unit building program and all proceeds of the dinner will go toward debt retirement and decoration of the first unit, the educational building, which is nearing com pletion. All attending will have whatever they desire to the building fund. The program will include local talent. Dr. Preston Horst, superintendent of the Galesburg District of the Methodist Church, will lead group singing. During his presentation, Walters will show slides of the Passion Play. Walters played the part of the Christus for 24 years. During the last three years he was both director and Christus. He now devotes his time to producing and directing the annual performances of the play, which is presented every Sunday afternoon for 11 weeks beginning the last week in March, He served as a supply pastor for the Methodist Church before entering the insurance field. Junior Woman's Club Entertains Patients At Nursing Home Residents of St. Martha's and Good Samaritan Nursing homes were entertained with song and poems when members of the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club and their children visited Wednesday. The children sang songs and Mrs. Robert Sherwood read several poems. Mrs. Goldie Cahill of St. Martha's and Mrs. Helen Meuch of Good Samaritan won lavender mum corsages. The junior women brought handmade place mats featuring fall leaves and homemade cookies which were saved for the residents' luncheon trays. Those visiting at St. Martha's were Mrs. Don Chezum, Mrs. the opportunity to contribute George Clark, Mrs. Arne Peter­ son, Mrs. James Nichols, and Mrs. Rolland Ekluntl. Children who accompanied them included Tammy Chezum, Kara Lee Goff, Shelly and Bradley Clark, Steven and Ricky Peterson. Mark Nichols and Linda, Rod* ney and Amy Eklund. Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mrs. •fames Hutcheroft, Mrs. Robert Simmons, Mrs. Richard Corry, Mrs. Sam Coffman, Mrs. Joe Burgess and Mrs. Earl Presley visited at the Good Samaritan. Accompanying them were the following children: Bruce Johnson, Joel Hutcheroft, Stephen and Sharon Grutzmacher, Terry Simmons, Joe Burgess, and Mark, April and Robin Presley. Knoxville News Briefs Mrs. Earl Ramp, assisted by Mrs. Gertrude Anderson and Mrs. Beulah Jacques, were hostesses to members of the Union Sorosis Club Thursday at the Glisson Community Center. The sum of $20 was realized from the food auction. Mrs. Robert Steele won a prize. Bob Smith has returned to his home on Broad Street from the Iowa City Hospital. Dr. Surender Singh, a missionary in India, will speak and show slides of his native land at the Methodist Church Sunday at 7:30 p.m. The Union Agricultural 4-H Club held a completion party at Happy Hollow recently with a wiener roast for members and their families. Leader Rufus Miles distributed project cards and announced officers training school Oct. 28. Hosts were the Leonard Hedbloom family. Fancy Witcoruin-Rog. 69t Sharp Cheddar Cheese »59 c Jan« Parker Fresh Apple Pie % & 39 c Indian Summer Now Pack I MNE PARK .. I _ Apple Cider I BHS - 75c IHTHODUCIMO Golden Ladle Dinners by Lip ton Writ PAY YOU $1.00 MR TRYING All POUR - IM Back of P<cki«a far D .t.ll. 5J5.59- BANQUET FROZEN DINNERS • leef •Chlckaa •Turkey • Hem 'a Yem • lallrtury Steik • Macironi § Chute •Itellea Style R*8» n oi. Dinner 39 G.W. Brand Sultana Brand Reg. 39c &35« Pun Beet Sugar Salad Dressing Potato Chips Jiffy Plastic Wrap K 2 , K 29 c SAVI CASH AND WJMD STAMPS TOOI Jana Parker Reg. 58c AO* AVAILABLE MONDAY BOX *' All Price Effective Thru Oct* 33, 1963 •AKEMY ITEMS AVAILAL»LE MONPAY Kroger priced means .. • Lower Priced ... thanks to Kroger Volume! We buy big . . . so we buy for less and pass along this savings to you, in lower prices... Plus Top Value Stamps! PRICES EFFECTIVE SUN. - MON. - TUESDAY Extra Free Top Value Stamp with coupon and J $5 or more purchase New Windsor Club Convenes NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. C. B. Walsten was hostess to the Bunco Club at her home Wednesday when three tables were surrounded in the game. Game awards were received by Mrs. Guy Leonard and Mrs. Rachel Thomas. New Windsor Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thurman, sons Larry and Steven were among the friends from New Windsor who attended the wedding of Roger Schoenbein and Sharon Poole at Princeville Oct. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blick of Swedona; Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Carlson toured the Amana Iowa Colony Oct. 14. Scouts Hold Session The following Girl Scouts of Troop No. 427, worked on the requirements for their badges at the Oct. 16 meeting: Nancy Fowler and Kay Brown, collector; Kathy Spencer, dabblers; Malissa Hamilton and Lana Shull, pets, and Pamela Foster, songster. Nora and Jill Anderson served treats. The Brownie. Scouts spent the evening Oct. 16, on craft work, covering the autumn colored leaves. Treats were served by Janice Kay Anderson and Sherry Bird. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Country Club ROLL (Limit 2) BUTTER Armour Star - 10 to 12 lb. WHOLE or HALF SLAB BACON By the Piece • • • • lb< 1000 Extra Free TOP VALUE STAMPS With Purchase of SIDE Or TENDERAY BEEF cut and wrapped Fraal Expires Tuai., Oct. 22 Limit 1 (20) CLIP THESE Coupons For Extra Free Top Value Stamps! CUT ft WRAPPED FREE BEEF CHUCKS Whole lb. 45< • BEEF ROUNDS Whole lb. 59* Red Emperor if Grapes 1U SHOP SUNDAY 9:00 AM. to 540 P.M. FULL LINE OF SUNDAY PAPERS i

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