Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1963 · Page 11
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Gofesburfl Register-Moll, Gatesburg, (It. Soturdoy, Ocf. 19, 1963H Preps Entertain at Homecomings in Western Illinois f* if r > Si LIONS CLUB SCORED ON THIS ENTRY IN BUSHNELL PARADE. !i!!|l:!(IB!WBWMf:p»»«!i:=!li|| SOPHOMORES AT BUSHNELL PLANNED A CRUSHING BLOW FOR FOE. STALLED—An unidentified Galva ball carrier is brought to a halt by a Walnut defender at Galva Friday night. Coming in on the play is Larry Ericson, top Wildcat defensive man, and Jim Bangston of Walnut. Galva won Its 1963 homecoming game, 39-25. BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. News Correspondent Mrs. Bernard Brillhart Phone Bushnell 519 BushnelhPC Homecoming Is Highlighted by Grid Win BUSHNELL — The Bushnell-Prairie City Homecoming this year was highlighted by a 21-0 win over Abingdon Friday night. The festivities began Thursday with a pep rally, a "snake dance and talks by the team co-captains. The homecoming parade started Friday afternoon and consisted of 13 floats following the theme of "TV .Commercials." There were two categories of floats, school and community. In the school category, a float by the junior class, "Leave the driving to us," took first place. Second place was won by the senior class with "You expect more from BPC and you get it." The winner in the community category was the Bushnell Firemen's Auxiliary with "We'll wire Abingdon tonight," and second place went to the Lions Club with "Progress is our most important product." The sophomores decorated the school gym for the homecoming dance Friday night, carrying out the commercial theme,with decorations based on "Home of Joy." Reiga at Event The king and queen were crowned during the dance. Karma Havens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Havens, was this year's homecoming queen and Rodney Vaughn lhared the throne as king. One of the features of the foottwM gm» m year ww the entry of Mr. Spartan, who was in reality Garry Raymond. He was dressed like a spartan in a red and gold costume and rode in a chariot pulled by two fellow students. This was the first such appearance of the Bushnell-PC symbol. Tells of Court Services Mrs. Melba Ray was hostess to Mothers Club Thursday. A guest was Mrs. Barbara Garrison, and Mrs. Joann Powell was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. Albertena Morgan, director of court services in Knox County, told of her work in connection with chil- .i and women who come before the courts. Her assistant, Mrs. Marjorie Junkin also was present. Lodge Adds Member The Victor Rebekah Lodge met Thursday. Serving as pro tern officers were Albert* Miller and Norma Weber. Frances Magnuson was welcomed as a new member. Emma Hoover and Finale Goakef vera re­ ported improving from illnesses. Observing birthdays were Norma Jean Pigg and Hildred Cook. Club Hears Cleric The Women's League of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday at the church. The program was presented by Rev. John Burhorn Jr., pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Macomb. He has received his masters degree in political science at the University of Illinois, and he spoke on "Current Relations Between Church and State." Mrs. H. D. Nowers introduced the speaker. Mrs. Richard Kimball gave the worship service. Elmore Club Takes Tour ELMORE—The Elmore Park Club and their guests motored to Peoria one day recently and went on a tour of a department store. Mrs. Frank Sargent has been ill and confined to her home the past week but is improved at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dean and Kenneth attended the alumni banquet at Williamsfield High School Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Liunberry accompanied Mrs. Roger Dykeman and sons of Washington Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. James Stickel. Mr- «nd Mrs. John Lumberry visited Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ada Stargel, Miss Maude Green and Mrs. Elta Welsh, patients at Elm Haven Hospital High Schools Stage Events The homecoming state* li In full swing In Western nil* nob high school clrclei. Marching bands, colorful floats, traditional foothill encounters, crowning of kings and queens and finally the homecoming dancing parties to ton off each school's program til add to the entertainment for students, as well as returning grads. The preps have developed homecoming programs to rival their big brothers and sisters In college homecoming attraction! as far at elaborate decorations are concerned. Pictures on this page are typical of the homecoming scenes of various schools this weekend. GHS ROYALTY—Rick Callahan and Diana Cooke, king and queen of Galesburg High School Homecoming, hold place of honor at school's football gam* Friday night on Lombard Field. l ''^OffS \ • -mix- *'!;; 'I 'if III «|||!|]|jjj |l |llll«Jlj: It' , REIGN AT AVON—Buddy Clampitt and Cathleon Willard (above) were crowned king and queen Friday night at the Avon High School Homecoming. Presents Flag To DeLong Church DeLONG — At the close of the Sunday school at the DeLong Congregational Church on Sunday, Charles McCoy, church treasurer, presented an American Flag to the church in memory of Mrs. Anna E. Turner. DeLong Briefs Mrs. Borrell McWilliams accompanied her p a r e n t s, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Johnson of Galesburg, to Peoria Saturday to the funeral for their cousin and nephew, Lee Thornton. Mrs. Dale Olson entered the Moline Public Hospital Sunday for observation and treatment for a back injury. Birthday Celebrated A birthday dinner was held Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith in honor of their grandson, Stevie Smith, who was 7. In the evening a wiener roast was held and a birthday cake was served. Guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Smith, Mike, Gayle and Stevie, Mr. and Mrs- Bill Berg, Patsy and Lindy, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lenz and. Debra Linn of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, Dianne and Jerry of Galva; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley dinger, Deanne and Donna, Mr- and Mrs. Harley Way and Mrs. Myrtle Way of Abingdon. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1W2, the U.S. Patent Office registered 15,904 trademarks. Avon Rebekahs Plan Election AVON — Avon Rebekah Lodge met Oct. 11. A communication from the district president announced that the fall meeting for election of new officers will be held Oct. 29 in the Avon Grade School gymnasium, with a banquet preceding at 6 p.m. in the Methodist Church. Mrs. Rosa Utsinger was delegate to the annual State Assembly in Springfield Oct. 15 and 16. Mrs. Bessie Singleton and Mrs. Bethel Bivens served refreshments. North Henderson Scouts Add Members NORTH HENDERSON - The Brownie Scouts of North Henderson held a meeting in the North Henderson school Tuesday. Induction ceremonies for the new members were held with the assistance of the leaders, Mrs. Jim Jones, Mrs. Gene Mathers, Judy McCaw and Susan Miller. New members are Linda Wadhams, Lori Lynch, Terri Fox, Debbie Edwards, Becky Runion, Jeanie Jones, Judy Brown and Diane Cline. Guests were Elizabeth Mathers, Nancy Carlson and Mrs. Gene Carlson, Mrs. Melvin Wadham, Mrs. Gene Brown, Mrs. Oscar Miller, Mrs. Richard McCaw, Mrs. William Fox and Mrs. Floyd Lynch. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! , TO w*.,^ f \ W 'jih^^.iidnWi BUSHNELL SENIORS URGED SPARTANS TO GO-GO. Hi ll^'f l| i(Hi '^1 i li 1 * li 1 1 1 1 h H n fill! /I AVON JUNIORS STYLED THIS ENTRY FOR PARADE. IT f> I,",, wmm- EIGHTH GRADERS AT AVON DESIGNED THIS PARADE PROJECT. AVON FRESHMEN ADDED A MUSICAL TOUCH TO PARADE THEME. Tells of Work For Patients At Research WILLIAMSFIELD—The sometimes unusual behavior of adolescents is "normal" and is the result of being "partly children growing up and partly young adults trying to find a place in life," members of the Williamsfield Junior Woman's Club were told Wednesday. Speaker was Mrs. Mildred Smith, social case worker at Galesburg State Research Hospital, who is helping the club to gain a greater insight into the problems and needs of the adolescents with whom they visit as group members of the hospital's volunteer services program. Mrs. Smith said that even well adjusted adolescents have many problems and that no child can take suppression for long without "exploding" in some way. For the mentally disturbed, adjustment is more difficult and requires special understanding on the part of the parents and the community to provide a balanced environment in which these adolescents may find their place as mature individuals. Lower Stay She told of the earlier diagnoses and intensified treatment methods now in use in mental hospitals, which, with medications available, have lowered the average length of stay in the hospital to five months, with a continued lowering of the average daily number of patients hospitalized. She cautioned that there is, at the same time, a greater number of new patients entering treatment. Commenting on this more rapid discharge of increasing number of patients, coupled with the new emphasis on treatment of the mentally ill in their own community. Mrs. Smith said, "We now know that in most cases the stay in the hospital will be short, so families and community must be brought within the area of acceptance of the returned patients." Mrs. Smith told the club members, "Your work as volunteers at Research Hospital is invaluable; both to the patients and in giving your community the same knowledge you have concerning the mentally ill." Colts Restore Owens BALTIMORE (UPI) - The Baltimore Colts restored offensive end R. C. Owens to their active roster today. Owens will replace rookie Butch Maples who was sidelined during last weekend's game with the San Francisco Forty Niners due to a knee injury.

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