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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

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Raritan Circle Reports on Session RARITAN - Mrs. Martha Har- deft was hostess to the Senior Missionary Circle of the Raritan Baptist Church at her home June 13. Mrs. Bertha Duncan, president, explained the meaning of the circle symbol, theme and hymn for the year. She also led the lesson, "Christ, the Lord of My Life," assisted by Mrs. Olive Galbraith, Mrs. Marie VanArsdale, and Mrs. Icel Gearhart. She reported on the benefits and good work the money from the UNICEF is doing. Mrs. Olive Galbraith used for devotions the article from the Secret Place entitled "Growing Up." Guests were Mrs. Grace Mowen and Mrs. Elizabeth Overstreet. A letter naming the home missionary as Rev. Walter Smith, from Penne and foreign missionary, Mrs. James Clark, from Leo- poldviUe, the Congo, was presented by Mrs. Marie > VanArsdale. Raritan News Mrs. Mel Krohn and family of Fargo, N; D., have been visiting in-the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gearhart, the past several weeks.' Mrs. Icel Thrush was a recent visitor in the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schnake, Marcia Lou and Martin at Arenzville. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mashburn of Ransonville, N. Y., arrived here Wednesday for a visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gregory. _ Mr. and Mrs. James Lauver and son Dick and grandchildren, Jimmie Dean and Janie Finch of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. James Cook and family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waring were guests at SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer •9 In rTfnnfi nr 6-15 • INI tr NEA, he. TX. bf. VS. tl. Off. "I think we'd better transfer You-Know-Wtio from the glee club to the cheering section!" STOMACH TROUBLE* Ulcer pain, gas, bloating TAKE HARVEY TABLETS Tb« Harvey Stomach treatment has given relief to thousands. Our medicine U designed to. form • coating on your atom* ach, thus to allow healing and protection against ax cess stomach acid. Ulcer pain, gas, Dloatlng and stomach distress are mostly the result of too much acid secretion. you will he so pleasantly «ur» onsed when to lust a few days you will find yourself sleeping much better, having more pep and energy and won't have that feeling of exhaustion due to stomach distress. This doctor's formula is sold on a money-baek guarantee. 48 '.biets—full size Is only $1.89. Accept no substitute, demand HARVEY TABLETS. Mall. Of ders filled Sold only WEST DRUG CO., INC. — GO WEST — Wo Ooltvcw 324 C Mala Oalasburo supper Father's Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Regie Cook. Neal Brokaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brokaw of Raritan, was graduated from Wheaton College, June 10, where he received the bachelor of arts degree in mathematics. Mrs. Hazel Churchill and Mrs. Edna Vernoy ate dinner at the National cafe in Roseville Sunday. Mrs. Dorothy Nollen and son of Pella, Iowa, were weekend guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Lettie VanArsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Torrance entertained the following relatives at dinner at their home Father's Day: Mr. and Mrs. James Van Arsdale, Barbara, Paul and Cynthia, Mrs. James Denly and son, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Butler and sons, Mrs. Lettie VanArsdale, and Mrs. Dorothy Nollen and son, John. For More Fun on Your VACATION Don't Forget the-Funnies Pick Officers For Library At Toulon TOULON - At the recent annual meeting of Toulon Public Library board new officers were elected. They are: President, Mrs, Virginia Kellar; vice president, Mrs. Lois Drake; treasurer, Mrs. Iona Richards, and secretary, Mrs. Velrria Durbin. Mrs. Ella Silliman was renamed librarian and Ora Chamberlain, building custodian. Yearly reports were read. Other members of the board are Mrs. Mary Louise Walker, Miss Annie Lowman, John Cover, Merlyn Kidd and Charles M. Wilson. Toulon News Notes Rrckie Miller went to Monmouth, where he is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burford. Mrs. Louis Zimmerman came to spend a few days visiting in the home of Mrs. Leota Porter. She is a former Toulon resident and now makes her home in Tacoma, Wash. .Janet and Jhnmie Cinnamon visited in Monmouth at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Helen Keefer, and aunt, Mrs. Ruth Finley. Mrs. Max Throop left Wednesday for her home in Houston, Tex., after visiting her mother, Mrs. Mae Stockner. Mrs. Rena C a 11 o n returned home Wednesday after being a patient in Kewanee Public Hospital the past two weeks. Miss Joyce Durbrn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Durbin of Toulon, left Friday for Hughesville, Pa., where she will be coun- TIZZY Gqlesburq Reaister'Mail, ^jlesburg, til. Tuesday, June tffc \3 3 By Kate Osatin "Now don't come snooping around, Mother. I'm making you a little surprise!" selor at Crystal Lake Camp for the summer. The camp is for girls 6 to 16. Miss Durbin just completed her sophomore year at Northern Illinois University at DeKalb. Miss Kathy Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jackson of north of Toulon, rs now counselor at East Bay Camp at Bloomington. She wae a freshman at Millikin University at Decatur the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith and family have moved from the West Jersey area to the Mrs. Lcta Hutchens farm tenant house west of Toulon. Smith is foreman of the state highway maintenance crew based in Toulon. Hyacinth Patrol The Hyacinth Patrol pulls out and destroys 25 million water hya cinths annually to keep the channels of the Panama Canal open to traffic. The Almanac By united Press International Today is Tuesday, June 25, the 176th day of 1963 with 189 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning stars are Venus, Jupiter and Saturn. The evening star is Mars. In 1868, the former Confederate states of North and South Carolina Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Louisiana were readmitted to the Union. In 1876, Sitting Bull led the Sioux Indians in the battle of the Little Big Horn that wiped out Gen. George Custer and his men in an action that later became known as "Custer's Last Stand." tn 1950, a military conflict be- Britle fs Honored KEITHSBURG — Mti. rtaffttf* len Jr. of Tiptofi, t6m, WM hro* ored Thursday flight ill th« Itoffle of her aunt, Mrs. Blaif tftltt. Atsd present were Mrs. Garvin* fhi* man, Mrs. Laverfle frufristt irtd Mrs. John Callahan. The t&tfhet Karen Callahan was married two weeks ago. gan when North Korean Corfifltti* nists invaded South Korea. In 1962, the Supreme Court handed down a decision interpret* ed as barring prayers In public schools. A thought for the day—European philosopher, Friedrfch NietS- sche wrote: "Distrust all in whom the impulse to punish is powerful." THIS INCIUDIS: • OLIANIM • OILINI • MAINSMINI • MflULATIM ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR 1 YEAR CkrMMtras*! n>4 AafwnaMcs lifts*** FRANK JEWELERS 241 East Main Street Galesburg, III. New Windsor Scouts Convene NEW WINDSOR — Nora Anderson and Beth Johnson entertained the Girl Scouts at Legion Hall Wednesday. Julie Pierce was appointed reporter for the year and posters were made advertising their bake sale at the fire station. Bonnie Bloomfield was a guest. Run one of baby's cotton swabs around the rim of paint cans to remove the excess paint that pre vents the top from closing completely. Major Hoople hopes you enjoy the fishing during your vacation. To make your'vacation more enjoyable read the comics everyday. Call 342-5161 and have our circulation department send the' Galesburg Register-Mail to you. Casual Scuffs! No question in oor mind—the best is the only true economy. You can depend on quality Dutch Boy House Paint to give you your money's worth in extra protec- . service and beauty/' k good paint job a? at jour store. We haveafuH line of painting tools and equipment, and we stock and recommend dependable Dutch Boy House Paints, in hand' tome colors or white. WISE m%% CASl "OUTCH IOV BLACK BROTH IRS Main end Siminory PHont 942*0174 Easy to Crochet Larg* So nice for bath-time or lounging, these crocheted scuffs are easy and inexpensive to make I No. 142-N has crochet directions in sizes small, medium and large inclusive; stitch illustrations, To order send 35 cents in coins for each pattern to Creative Women, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 319 Wl VanBuren St., Chicago' 7, 111. Add 10 cents for lst-class mailing. Print name, address" with zone, style number and size. News Items Of Kirkivood KIRKWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Dale Trego and daughter Norma Jean of Wichita, Kan., have returned home after visiting h i s mother and brother, Mrs. Ralph Trego and Herbert, and other relatives in this area. Mrs. Vera Pape returned home Wednesday after visiting several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wigant and son Dennis Dean and Daniel Gene, at Cambridge. Mrs. Wigant is Mrs. Pape's granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McEwen of Monmouth visited Friday in the W. H. Newman home. Mrs. Vera Pape and son Ralph and Glenn Kettering were Father's Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kettering at Oquawka. Glenn and Ernest Kettering are Mrs. Pape's brothers. SALE STARTS Wednesday 9 a.m. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! WOMEN'S DRESS TRIM TRED . _ ACCENTS $^88 • Whites • Bone • Tan I • Black • Two Tones REG. $9.99 To $11.99 From Our Summer Stock Teen DRESS FLATS SMART SETS CHEERLEADERS WHITES BONES COLORS REG. $5.99 TO $7.99 Women's Low Heels $588 STACKED HEELS WEDGIES WHITE •ONE REG. $8.99 AND $9.99 88 DRESS FLATS DRESS SHOES $1.88 $2.88 QUALITY IN FAMILY SHOiS SUMMER STORE HOURS: Monday-Friday— 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tues.Wed.Thurs.-Sat.- 6A LES B UR6, IUUNOIS 9 a.m. to 5 p.in. 221 EAST MAIN TJIST SHOES ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER SHOES — NOW ON SALE

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