The Daily Times from Davenport, Iowa (2024)

THE DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, MAY 31. 1947 PAGE FIFTEEN THE TIMES MOLINE OFFICE 1533 Sixth Avenue Gorman Manager Kruwell City Editor Phones: Moline 4600 and 4601 Subscriptions (city or rural) can be paid. paper commenced or tinued time Want Ads and other advertisem*nts can he left here tor publication Complaints of regular delivery of The Times should be made to the office and will be not permitted to receive stops or promptly corrected go Carrier boys are complaints from subscribers Report to the office direct. To Wed June 22 ERMA SIDLINGER PORT BYRON, Ill. (Special) -Mr and Mrs Harry, Sidlinger announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Erma, to Wendell Machac of Milwaukee, son of Mr and Mrs Michael Machac of Ladysmith, Wis.

The wedding will be held June 22 at 2:30 p. m. at the Methodist church here with the Rev. Cedric Powell officiating. A reception following the ceremony will be held in the Sidlinger home.

Relatives and friends are invited. The bride-to-be is a graduate of the local high school and has been employed until recently, at the Block Kuhl store Moline. Mr Machac attended schools in Ladysmith and served 41 months in World War II. He held the rank of technical sergeant on discharge. He is employed as a carpenter.

The new home will be made in Milwaukee. Rites for E. Keely to Be Held in Port Byron Funeral Home Sunday PORT BYRON, Ill. -(Special)- Funeral services for Eugene V. Keely, 73, who died at his home here Friday at 11:30 a.

m. after suffering a heart attack Thursday, will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Herther Wendt Dailey chapel The Rev. Herman Larson of East Moline will officiate.

Burial will be in Oak Grove cemetery. Mr Keely was born Rapids City, on June 22. 1873, a son of Ambrose and Isabelle Keely. When a small boy, he came to Port Byron with his parents and was educated in the local schools. On Nov.

21, 1910. he married Lydia Swanson in Moline. He farmed for many years in Solon Springs, until he retired and returned to Port Byron 11 years ago. He was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran church of East Moline. Surviving are the widow; a sister.

Mrs Cora Melvin in the west, and several nieces and nephews. K. of C. to Elect Officers at Meet Moline Leo council. No.

716, Knights of Columbus, will conduct its annuaul election Tuesday evening at the Oakwood Country club. it was announced today. Officers nominated at a recent meeting of the council are as follows: Grand knight, L. L. Phares; chancellor, M.

Martens; treasurer, Van Wonterghem; warden, Roy Stoehr: guard, Howard Farrell; deputy grand knight, Louis Clays; recorder, George P. VanderVennet: advocate, Art E. Gibson: guard, Eugene Drish: trustee. Earl Cunningham and Rich Aubry; delegates to the state convention, August Celus and Rich Aubry; alternate to delegate, Earl Cunningham; alternate to grand knight, Robert Van Wonterghem. Nominations will remain open until election time and all members are requested to attend the meeting.

Accidents Missing From Moline Holiday Scene Although the nation's holiday motorists death toll rose to meet previous fatality estimates, the city of Moline observed Memorial in quiet serene with no reported accidents or injuries in spite of the steady streams of sight-seeing motorists who clogged all highways in the immediate area. Traffic arrests and reported violations were kept at a minimum figure according to records at the Moline police station this morning, providing a partial holiday. even for the law enforcement officer. In Memoriam In memory of Mrs Cornelia Waeyaert who passed away just three years ago today. She died just three years ago today.

We have pressed her flower and laid it away. Our letter tied with a ribbon knot, we have not forgot. She lies on the hill, in Rose Lawn park. Buried in earth with a part of our heart. Night winds still whisper the bitter tragic story of her last adventure in lingering glory.

Signed A. C. Waeyaert and family. COMPLETE NEWS OF TODAY IN MOLINE 6.000 Jam Field For Aerial Show Of Marine Corps Steve Wittman Established Time of 324 MPH in Flight From Oshkosh (Picture on Page 20) Approximately 6,000 persons jammed the field at the Moline airport Friday for the Quad-Cities air show by the Blackhawk and Mississippi Valley detachments of the Marine Corps league which featured exhibitions of aerial skill and daring performed by a host of the nation's leading daredevils. The arrival of Steve Wittman of Oshkosh, who flew his P-63 King Cobra from Oshkosh to Moline in 37 minutes, one and one quarter seconds, to establish a time of 324 miles an hour, officially opened the show.

Wittman was clocked officially upon his arrival in Moline by Mayor Pro-Tem Herb Wilson. He was reported as having left Oshkosh at 1:40 p. m. and had previously, anticipated making the 200 mile jaunt in 40 minutes. The veteran pilot told The Daily Times interview that although the had been successful in once establishing a record in New Orleans in 1924, setting a new mileage mark in the Detroit Closed Course Race 1937, and in showing in the Thompson Air races last year, that he had been rejected for air service in the past war because of an eye injury.

Fighter Planes Early crowds, gathering at the Moline airport, were greeted by a formation of 12 fighter planes from the Omaha base as an added arranged feature of the show. Top ex-miltary and civilian soon arrived in various aircraft and one by one exhibited a series of breath-taking loops, rolls, turns, spins, stalls, wing overs, half snaps and pylon turns that captured the respect and admiration of the entire audience. The program of aerial maneuvers began with Howard Libersky putting a small Piper Cub through intricate rolls and turns and as a climax into a spin, followed by precision flying by Marion Cole and acrobatics by Bill Fischer. Parachute Jump Carl demonstrated the first parachute jump of the day from 3,000 feet and following Captain Johnny Vasey, one of the nation's top stunt pilots presented his version in the maneuverability of control. Not to be outdone, a local pilot, Lowell White, conducted a remarkable exhibition in a light craft of "how not to fly a plane." Even Moline Police Officer Carl Lindberg was forced to provide a display of talent in this portion of the program as White.

impersonating a "drunk" staggered onto the field and stole an awaiting airplane with Lindberg in hot pursuit, however it was "just part of the act." Ron Kendall, another local man but who has gained fame as: a test pilot for the North American Aircraft Corp. carried out a display of aerial skill in a clipped wing Monocoupe, then another parachute jump from a 3.000 foot level was provided by Libersky. Whittman executed several dives and loops in the P-63 followed by a glider demonstration by Lynn Carmack of Moline. As a climax, crop dusting by air was demonstrated by Robert Freyermouth. No casualties or accidents were reported to have occurred during the exhibition.

12-Year-Old Girl Reports Purse Is Taken by Two Men Twelve-year-old Doris Larson of 1442 Thirteenth street, Moline, reported to city police that two unidentified colored men stole her purse while she was en route to Rock Island on a Tri-City Lines bus this morning. The amount of money in the purse was not divulged. The girl said the two Negroes got on the bus directly behind her at Fourteenth street and Fifth avenue, Moline, and that she noticed one of the men putting her purse in his pocket when they got off. Two men answering the description given by the girl were reported to police as having been seen boarding a freight train in the Rock Island yards. Highway Notice for Bridge Detour Here The Illinois division of highways at Springfield today listed among detours in the highway system that of the route between Rock Island and Milan which has been closed for sometime to heavy vehicles over 15 tons because of the temporary use of the Bailey type bridge over Rock river at the Sears power house.

The bulletin reads: S. Route No. 67, Rock Island to Milan. Bridge open for one-way traffic with 15-ton limit in effect. All truck-trailer and tractor semitrailer combinations and all vehicles over 15 tons follow marked detour via U.

S. route No. 150. Illinois No. 2 and 92.

Adds 8.3 miles." Sigurd Johnson, 327 -fifth street, Moline, was arraigned at Moline police court Friday on a charge of drunkenness and transferred to the Rock Island county jail in lieu of a $100 bond. The case was continued until June 7. SOCIETY Alvin N. Andersons To Entertain Bridal Party at Plantation Mr and Mrs Alvin N. Anderson of 1016 Twenty-fifth avenue Court, Moline, will entertain at a dinner party at the Plantation this evening honoring their daughter, Miss Doris Anderson and George Serbula Columbus, whose marriage will take place Sunday at 4 p.

m. in the First Lutheran church of Moline. The guests members of the bridal party out-of-town wrane guests here for the wedding. Covers will be laid for 27 at a table centered with white stock, snapdragons and larkspur. Rehearsal will be held at the church following the dinner.

Miss Phyllis Adolphson of Rockford, will attend her sister maid of honor and James B. Rosborough of Moline will serve as best man. Ushers will be Francis Burke of Davenport, Dale Pearson and Edward Engdahl, both of Moline. Following the ceremony the reception will be held in the church parlors, instead of in the gardens at the James B. Rosborough home, because of the uncertain weather.

Out-of-town guests will be present from Decatur, Chicago, Minnesota, Evanston, Milwaukee and Rockford. Included among the out-of-town guests will be Dr. and Mrs Frederick Jung of Evanston, and Dr. and Mrs Milton Anderson of Rochester, Minn. Dr.

and Mrs Jung are an uncle and aunt of the bride-to-be. Octodettes Meet Mrs Wilmer McMeekin of Orion entertained the Octodettes at her home. Plans were made for a picnic to be held June 22 at Fejevary park, Davenport. Guests were Mrs Virgel Bates of Sunnyhill and Mrs Leona Youmans of Savannah, Ga. Games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs Louis Handley of Rock Island, and Youmans, Miss Vivian Nelson.

The next meeting will be June 26 when Mrs Eugene Meisinger of Davenport will entertain at the Johnson tea rooms in Moline. To Sponsor Dinner Daughters of Penelope, Cassandra chapter, No. 20, will sponsor a dinner Sunday at 6:30 p. m. at St.

George hall in Moline. The affair will be for members and friends. Miss Angeline Stavros is serving as general chairman. Ladies' Aid society of the Calvary Lutheran church will meet Thursday at 2 p. m.

at the church parlors. Mrs Reuben Strombeck will be the speaker. Hostesses will be Mrs O. Peterson, Mrs W. L.

Mrs W. E. Jackson and Mrs. Gust Faust. Mrs J.

Aaslund will be the program chairman. Lutheran hospital Nurses Alumnae association will meet Tuesday at m. at Seven Acres the nurses home of the hospital. Dr. Leo Gamburg will speak on psychiatry.

Hostesses will be Mrs Leonard Thomas, Mrs Carl Swanson, Miss Mae Landahl and Miss Winona Madsen. The missionary society of the Union Congregational church will meet in the church Friday at 2 p. m. Dorcas society of the Salem Lutheran church will meet Monday at 8 p. m.

in the church parlors. Hostesses will be Mrs Willard Samuelson, Mrs Clarence Hendricks. Miss Lillie Neilson and Miss Myrtle Samuelson. The Sorosis society of the First Lutheran church will have its annual picnic supper Tuesday at 8 p. m.

at the Alice Carlson tea rooms. Davenport Doctor to Speak at Rotary Meet Dr. Robert A. Towle, of Davenport, will speak before members of the Moline Rotary club at their weekly luncheon Monday noon at the LeClaire hotel. The topic of discussion by the speaker is titled, "Heart Diseases." Sterling Youth Dies As Train Strikes Car STERLING.

Ill. -(AP)- Edwin A. Schultz, 16. of Sterling. was killed yesterday when his automobile collided with a North Western passenger train at Galt, four miles west of here.

Edward Verhelst of 3022 Twenty-third avenue, Moline, reported to Moline police Friday that a chromium spot light valued at $20 had been stolen from his car while parked in his yard. The theft occurred between 9 a. m. and 1 p. m.

Illinois Woman Cyclist Killed GALESBURG, Ill. -(AP)-Mrs Hyacinth Weathers, 30, of Abingdon, was killed in a motorcycle crash late Thursday two miles west of Macomb, in McDonough county. Her husband, Tohn, with whom she was ridingf, was not seriously injured. Wife Shoots Chicago Salesman CHICAGO. (AP) John C.

Stillman, 32, a salesman, was found shot to death in his northwest side apartment today and his wife, said Assistant State's Attorney John Phillip Reed, related in a statement she had shot him during a quarrel. Dr. Bergendoff to Address Graduates At College Monday Dr. Conrad Bergendoff, president of Augustana college and theological seminary, will deliver the commencement address at the convocation in the Augustana gymnasium Monday at 8:30 a. with "Religion and Education in America" as the subject.

One hundred thirty graduates of the college of liberal arts will receive the bachelor of arts degree. In the school of music, six will receive the degree of bachelor of music education, and one will get the bachelor of music degree. The bachelor of science in nursing will be given to one graduate. Fourteen students who will complete their work for the A. B.

degree during the summer session will participate in the convocation ceremony. Four additional graduates who completed their work last October will be listed among this year's graduates. Seventeen graduates of the seminary division will receive either the bachelor of divinity degree or the diploma of graduation. The institution will also confer six honorary degrees. Included in the academic procession, in addition to faculty, speakers and members of the graduating class, will be the five members of the class of 1897 who will return for the fiftieth anniversary reunion.

Augustana will be host at a luncheon following the convocation to the honor guests. Dr. Lund Speaker At Augie Alumni Banquet Tonight Speaking on "Augustana Looks Ahead," the principal address at the annual dinner and business session of the Augustana Alumni association, to be held at 7 p. m. today at the college gymnasium, will be delivered by Dr.

Wendell Lund, Washington, D. attorney. Dr. J. E.

W. Wallin, professor emeritus at Rutgers university and one of America's outstanding psychologists, will speak, also as the representative of the class of '97, which celebrates its 50th anniversary. Pearson is serving as special host for the 50-year reunioners and their wives who have been guests of the college during the week. Presiding at this evening's affair will be Dr. Walter A.

Tillberg, president of the Augustana Alumni association and pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, Moline. One of the highlights of the banquet will be the presentation of the association's "award for meritorious service," to be given to Dr. Knut E. Erickson of Augustana. Dr.

and Mrs C. A. Serenius will entertain the members of the alumni association's executive committee at an informal reception at their home following the banquet. Death Notices Remery Funeral Funeral services for Emiel Remery, 2905 Sixteenth street, Moline, who died Thursday, were held at 10:30 a. m.

today at the Esterdahl mortuary, the Rev. Ray Schulenburg officiating and burial in Riverside cemetery. Members of the Eagles lodge had charge of services at the grave and the Eagles quartet sang several appropriate numbers. Attending the services in groups were the Moline Turners and Moose lodges, the drill team and staff from the Moline Eagles, and the drill team and staff of the lady Eagles. Pallbearers were Carl W.

Gustafson, Lawrence Wiltse. Alfred Zimmerman, Leon DeVolder, Armond Anderberg and Frank Melkush. Castelein Funeral Funeral services for Desire Castelein of 4528 Fifteenth avenue, Rock Island, who died Thursday, were held at 9 a. m. today at the DeRoo funeral home and at 9:30 a.

m. at Sacred Heart Catholic church with the Rev. Michael Van Raes, officiating. Burial was in Mary's cemetery, East Moline. Pallbearers were Ray, Lawrence, Harry and Schatteman, Roger and Charles Forret, all nephews of the deceased.

Belden Funeral Funeral services for Mrs Nona Virginia Belden of Moline, active member of King's Daughters Organizations who died Friday, will be held at 2 p. m. Monday at Christ Episcopal church with the pastor, Rev. Channing Savage, officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery.

Friends may call at the Knox-Trimble funeral home until noom Monday. BIRTHS A boy to Mr and Mrs Frances Segar of Erie, at the Moline Public hospital this morning. A boy to Mr and Mrs Frank, Kang of 3529 Eighth avenue, Island, at the Moline Public hospital this morning. A boy to Mr and Mrs William Hanco*ck of Route 2. Moline, at the Moline Public hospital this morning.

A girl to Mr and Mrs Bert Nolin of Coal Valley, at the Moline Lutheran hospital this morning. A girl to Mr and Mrs Paul Gittings of 1917 Twelfth street, Moline. at the Moline Lutheran hospital yesterday. Salem Lutherans to Hear Swedish Bishop At Morning Service The Swedish public of the TriCities will be given an opportunity to hear Bishop Gustav Aulen, world-renowned theologian, scholar and churchman from Straengnaes, Sweden, when he appears at a Swedish service at 10:30 a. m.

Sunday in the Salem Lutheran church, Moline. Due to the special service, the regular morning service at the church will be held at 9 a. m. and will be conducted as usual in the English language. There will be no Sunday school this week but children will attend the first service.

Bishop Aulen, vice president of the World Council of Churches, is in this country to arrange for the next meeting of the council, to be held Amsterdam in 1948. He is the author of a number of outstanding books, among them beings and "Christus translated Victor" into published English by A. G. Hervert. Prior to 1933, the bishop was professor of theology at Lund university.

Harold Anderson, Store Executive, Dies in Hospital Harold J. Anderson, 46, general superintendent and buyer for the past 20 years for the New York store, died in Moline Lutheran hospital at 12:51 today. He had been in the hospital since May 15 for treatment of a malignant a He ailment. resided at 2415 Fourth avenue. He was a life long resident of Moline.

He never married, and there are no immediate survivors. He was a nephew of John Herbst of Moline. The body was taken to the Furgie funeral home. Submit Statements Of Facts to Judge In Election Suit Statements of fact have been submitted by opposing counsel in the Rock Island county election contest suit and a ruling by Judge Leonard E. Telleen, who is considering evidence in the case, is expected shortly in Rock Island county circuit court, it was learned today.

Republicans are contesting the election of County Clerk Samuel A. Mullinix and Probate Judge Forest Dizotell. Trial of the case was concluded last week and the court allowed both defense and plaintiffs 10 days to file the ments. Consipracy charges against the county clerk are at issue. Oakwood Has Capacity Crowd at Celebration The clearing of the weather Friday afternoon brought a capacity membership crowd to the Oakwood Country club for its annual Memorial day celebration where golf contests and events were held under the direction of the sports committee.

'In the ladies' division prizes were won by Frannie Van Vooren, Mae Larson and Lee Lundholm while awards in the men's division went to John Grassley, Jake Knanishu, Howard Bigham, Lee Barnett, Harry Biggs, and Hank Johnson. Jerry Willard, as entertainment committee chairman, arranged for a buffet supper following the events. Over 800 Youngsters Join Knothole Club Ken Rousey, Y. M. C.

A. boys' dir tor stated today that over 800 youngsters had registered for membership to the Moline Athletics Knothole club. Of this total 450 are in the senior group from 13 to 18 years of age and 425 are in the junior section from 13 years of age and down. Most of the youngsters are from East Moline, Moline and Rock Island and Rousey, said that applications will be accepted. Girls may also join the and those desiring so may apply between the hours of 12 noon until 9 p.

m. daily except Sundays. Bombshell Fails to Break Flight Mark TETERBORO, N. J. -(UP)William Odom, pilot of the Reynolds Bombshell, failed to break the Chicago to New York speed record yesterday.

Odom landed at Teterboro airport last night at 9:34 p. m. after flying from Chicago in one hour and 57 minutes. He had hoped to break the record of one hour, 51 minutes and 53 seconds set last month by a United Air Lines DC-6. Memorial day for the Morris family of 1919 Third avenue, Moline, and its intended acknowledgement of peace, ended up in a matrimonial battle Friday afternoon and resulted in Mrs Lorraine Morris being hospitalized with numerous cuts and bruises.

Moline police, today, are still searching for her husband, William Morris in order that he may be booked on assault and battery charges. Adjusts 'Chute for Fiance -Times Photo Pert Gloria Swanson of Chicago has found a way of insuring that her future husband, C. A. Rupert of Wheeling, veteran parachutist, gets back to her safely on the ground by making the necessary chute adjustments herself. Rupert, holder of world's records for the lowest indoor parachute jump, confided to a Daily Times representative at the Moline airport Sunday that they would be wed in Chicago on June 21, climaxing his 21st year of parachute jumping.

Rupert, after making a jump as part of the Quad-City Air fair at the Moline airport Sunday, said that he had made a successful jump from the 81 foot level at the top of the auditorium at Minneapolis, in February, 1942. Plan Rites on Monday In Aledo Chapel for A. Jump, Viola, 58 VIOLA, Funeral services for Alfred Jump, 58, a resident of the Viola community 25 years, World War I veteran, and former Rock Island arsenal employe, who died in the Hines veterans' hospital early Friday after a year's illness, will be held Monday at 2 p. m. in the Davis funeral chapel, Aledo.

The Rev. N. L. Hanlin of the Aledo Baptist church will officiate. Burial will be in the Aledo cemetery.

Born Feb. 16, 1889, in Elliston, he was a son of George and Melvina Jump, and He was a member Matherwas reared and educated, there. ville Eagles lodge. He married Myrtle Gaston of Reynolds Dec. 20, 1920.

Surviving are the widow, three daughters, Mrs Melvina Richardson, Aledo, and Nadine and Sharon, both at home; three sons, James who is in army somewhere in Alaska, and Albert and also at home; a sister, Mrs Myrtle Clifton, Rising Sun, and four brothers, Albert, a twin, in Moline; Curtis, Ohio, and Ernest and Omar, both of Kentucky. State Meeting to Be Held in Moline By Electrical Assn. Harry Frieden, Moline electrical inspector, announced today that annual mid-year meeting of the Illinois chapter, west'ern section, the International Association of Electrical Inspectors will be held June 5 and 6 at the LeClaire hotel. Mayor E. H.

Schner will welcome the visitors at opening morning session of the meeting Thursday. The convention banquet will be held at 6:30 p. m. Thursday. Music and entertainwill be furnished by Gus Williams and His Boys.

Among the speakers at the convention are Fred L. Carl, H. T. Braschler, W. S.

Austin, Victor H. Tousley, W. E. Bostwick, D. L.

Talbot, and H. C. Moses, all of Chicago; E. F. Miller, Rock Island, and John J.

Herrity, Washington, D. C. To Install Moliner President of Last Man's Club Tonight William Billmyer of Moline, will be installed president of the Last Man's club of World War I veterans of Rock Island county at the club's 13th annual meeting and banquet this evening at the Forty and Eight home on Rock river at the foot of Seventh street, Moline. Opening activities of the meeting commenced at 2 p. m.

today with an open house. The business meeting of the meeting is slated for 6:30 p. m. and Memorial services and banquet will be held at 7:30 p. m.

Await Appearance of First Prize Winner Names of the winners of the essay contest "What I Don't Like About Moline" sponsored by the Moline Association of Commerce, will be withheld pending the appearance of the person who submitted the top prize winning entry No. 1434. George Reeder, secretary of the Moline Association of Commerce, said this morning that all other contest winners had visited the association officers and were identified with their essays with exception of the first prize winner. Dr. Gustaf Aulen Is Baccalaureate Speaker on Sunday The Rev.

Dr. Gustaf Aulen, bishop of Straengnaes, Sweden, will deliver the baccalaureate address Sunday at 4 p. m. at the Augustana college gymnasium. Dr.

Aulen was educated at the University of Uppsala and later was a member of the institution's theological faculty from 1907-10. From 1913-33 he was professor of systematic theology at the University of Lund. Since 1933 he has served the Church of Sweden as bishop. Bishop Aulen is in the United States to attend meetings of a committee which is making plans for the World Council of Churches assembly in Holland next year. Dr.

Conrad Bergendoff, president of Augustana, has been in charge of Bishop Aulen's itinerary, which has included a series of lectures at Andover Newton seminary, Union Theological seminary, Hamma Divinity school, as well as several commencement addresses. This will be his only appearance in the quad-cities. Bishop Aulen is recognized as a leading world figure in the ecumenical church movement. He is vice president of the World Council of Churches, and in 1937 was one of the principal speakers at the World Council on Faith and Order at Edinburgh, Scotland. The public is invited to attend the baccalaureate services and the alumni induction ceremony which will follow.

Moline Elks to Hold Hobo Party, June 7 Preview of the Churches The Men's club of Plymouth Congregational church will meet at 8 o'clock Monday evening, at which time the program will consist of the showing of a movie demonstrating senior scouting. Wilfred Hinde, scoutmaster of troop No. 13 sponsored by the church, will also be present. On Sunday, June 15, the club will attend church in a body in observance of Father's Day. The First Methodist church will celebrate arrival of the new organ in the church chancel by presenting an organ concert in the church at 7:30 Sunday evening.

Friends are invited to attend. The Rev. Kenneth N. Peterson, pastor of the First United Presbyterian church in Moline, was in Chicago past week for broadcasts over the Moody Bible Institute stations-WMBI and WDLM. Rev.

Peterson broadcast on the "Bread of Life Hour" from 8:30 to 9 o'clock in the mornings and was guest on the "Living Waters" program from 7 to 7:30 each evening of his stay in Chicago. Sunday Sermons Ray Schulenburg. Evangelical Free church. "Living Abundantly" evening, Evangelical Free. "In Christ and Our Loved Bennard Hulsen, Moline Gospel center.

Little Child Shall Lead Them'tian. Rev. Clinton Meininger, First "When Man Cooperates with W. X. Magnuson, Salem Lutheran.

"The Soil. Sun, Rain and Alexander Petrie, Union Congregational. "On Overcoming Anxiety" Rev. Ray Honeywell, First Methodist. "'The Real Point at K.

N. Peterson, First United Presbyterian. "A Major Choice First United Presbyterian. "Christian Progress'-Rev. A.

Kortkamp, Moline Gospel temple. "God's Handwriting' evening serving. Moline Gospel temple. "God's Ways" Rev. Frederick Brink, Plymouth Congregational.

"The Vine and the Brnches' -Rev Stanley Graf, Gordon Memorial Congregational. Work of the Spirit' "-Rev. Eldon, Johnson, We May Elim Know Covenant. About the Future'- -evening, Elim Covenant. John Deere Students Have Memorial Event A program to commemorate Memorial day was given by the tenth grade radio speech classes of John Deere junior high school Thursday afternoon.

Tableaus representing the Civil War and two World Wars were presented by Kenneth Moore, Leonard Zelnio, Dick Ellis and Arnold Anderson. Readings were by Nancy Evans, Bessie Rasgiven, mussen, Diane Richardson and Mary Jane Willard. Preceding the speech program, the school band played several numbers. Letters and bars were given to Alphonse Heyninck for four years in the band; to Dolores Beckman, Dolores Noble, Irma Harckom, Callie Dotty for three years, to Baxter Dunbar, Raymond Fillmer, Richard Soderstrom for two years, and to Dale Buller, Bob Vanopdorp and Wayne Pyker for one year. Moline Man Visits Here on Long Leave Sgt.

Donald Frazelle of Moline is spending a 45-day leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs H. D. Frazelle of 2200 Sixth street, Moline, at the conclusion of which he will return to duty at Howard field in the Panama Canal Zone. Sgt. Frazelle is with the army air corps stationed at the field there.

The first of many summer activities planned by the Moline Elks will be held Saturday evening, June 7, at the Elks clubrooms. The event, a "hobo" party will special entertainment, 'dancing and a late dinner. Members are requested to don costumes for the party and prizes will be awarded for the couple best adorned. Friday, June 13, the Elks will hold a fish fry at Camp Nobel. Contests for both young and old will be held in the afternoon hours and the dinner will be served in the evening.

Dancing and games will follow. Coe Township Mrs Clarence Reiling of East Moline, the former Phyllis Maxwell, was honored at a postnuptial shower in the Fairfield Methodist church social rooms. The Woman's Society of Christian service was in charge. A program was presented by Mrs Bard Wainwright, Cherrie Hollister, Mrs Glen Murphy, Mildred Reiling and Joan Zowalanac. Mrs William Wright presented the gifts.

Guests were present from Clinton, Moline, East Moline, Cordova, Rapids City, Port Byron and Coe. Special services will be held Sunday evening in the Fairfield Methodist church to honor Jacqueline Kerr, Patricia Walther, Loren Coe and Roland Mose, recent high school graduates, and Phyliss Knapp, Florence Coe, Lois and Edwin Kerr, who graduated from the eighth grade. The young people of the Bethel Baptist church will assist with the morning worship in the church following Sunday school at 11 a. m. Sunday.

The evening service at 8 p. m. will also be conducted by the group. A feature service will be a missionary drama followed by special music and testimonials. All churches in the area are invited.

At the close of the service a singsperation will be held. Mr and Mrs Robert Lindshield entertained a group of relatives in their home in Greenwood community in honor of Mrs. Charles Fishwild of Ferndale, and Mr and Mrs Tony Gerzonic of Pontiac, Mich. A basket dinner and supper was enjoyed. Thurman Saddoris has returned home from the Moline Lutheran hospital where he had been confined for observation and treatment.

Grace Burnett of New York, is a house guest in the Henning Hedeen home in Fairfield community. She has been attending the Northern Baptist seminary in Chicago and will accompany Marie Hedeen on a tour in Michigan, where they will conduct vacation Bible schools. THEATER CALENDAR Illini "The Fabulous Dorseys" and "Queen of the Amazons. Le Claire "The Egg and with Fred MacMurray. Roxy "Claudia and David" and co-hit.

Paradise Row" and "Wild Bill Hickok "King's Rides." Hiland "Get Hep to Love," with Gloria Jean. Moline Orpheum "The Unseen" and "Rustlers' Roundup." ELLINI "The Fabulous Dorseys" Paul Whiteman Co-Hit "Queen of the Amazons' Claire Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray in "THE EGG AND Plus Variety Hour IN MOLINE. ILL. I.

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