Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
Page 10
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Media Club Slates Picnk MEDIA — The Community Club Wet Thursday with Mrs. Joan White. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Gladys Bfouse, Mrs. Maf- jorie Barber and Mrs. Nellie Palmer. Travelling bingo was the game of the evening and sev* eral prizes were won. The special prize of the evening was won by Louella Bowen. The summer picnic will be held at Daukwardt Park July 20. The backyard sale on the Reid lawn was well attended and articles sold well. Friday supper guests of Mrs. Violet Sullivan were her son Em- tnett and wife of Belleville and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson of Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Otie Bowling and Crarg of Galesburg spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Musser. Mrs.. Nellie McNary and Mr. and Mrs; Will Wireman and family spent Suhday with his aunt, Mrs. Ada Henness at Fairfield. Miss Nancy Pogue has returned home from a week spent at Camp Shaubena. Mrs. Agnes Rynell of Burlington and her daughter June and children Linda and Katherine spent a day with her mother, Mrs, Anna Erickson, and Elna. From Bartonville Mr. and Mrs. William Pirtle of Bartonville spent Sunday with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hull. Mrs. Goldie Saben and Bob were Sunday visitors in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foreman at Denmark, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Reid and daughters Joyce and Faren spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn at Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cavins were Friday visitors in the home of their son Donald and family in Burlington. Mrs. Bertha Keener of Stronghurst was a Sunday dinner guest in the Chuck White home. Cindy White returned Friday from a week spent in the Virgil Dunbar home at Hendarson. The junior and youth choir held a picnic Saturday at the Earl Taylor home. Those attending were Janice and Donnre Walker, Lynn and Gary Browning, Mary Ann and Amy Davis, Elmer Berg and Diane Peterson, Lola, Loretta and Cathy Lant, Mike and Randy McNew. Windsor Group Occupied By Rug Work NEW WINDSOR — Sewing rug rags was the work of the Oxford Busy Stitchers at their meeting Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Douglas Plunkett. A greeting card was signed by the members and sent to Kay Briggs. Mrs. Stuart Likely of Alexis 6pent Thursday in the Roy A. Johnson home. Mrs. H. B. Roberts is a patient in the Cottage Hospital in Galesburg for observation and treatment. Mrs. John J. Anderson and baby son John Berry, came home Monday from Cottage Hospital in Galesburg. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Why'Good-Time' Charlie Suffers Uneasy Bladder Unwise eating or drinking may be a source of mild, but annoying bladder irritations — making you feel restless, tense, and uncomfortable. 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Mr. and Mrs. Glen Quigley attended the wedding of Sam Nolen and Miss Valerie Myerseek at Fairfield Sunday. Nem Note$ \ OtEtthMe ELLISVILLK - Cindy and sandy ttensliy of Forrett and Roberta White of Marietta spent a few days in the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Roelle Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sorrells and Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Roelle Jr. and Joel took Cindy and Sandy Hensley home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hensley entertain' Qtte$bufQ_RegigtCf*Molf, Gotesburg, lit. Wednesday, June 26> 1963It Student From Biggsville Joins Tour in Mexico BIGGSVILLE - Miss Patricia Smith, a student at Southern Illinois University, left Carbondale with t group of students for a 2« Week tour of Mexico. Following the tour, they will enroll for a 6 -week term at the ed at a Father's Day dinner. The 4-B Club recently met in the home of Mrs. Irene Sorrells. Carpet rags were sewed. Guanajuato University, Guanajuato Gto., Mexico. Her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ray Smith, visited her over the weekend at Carbondale. Miss Nancy Shover, a 1&B3 graduate of Union High School, enrolled Monday at Western Illinois University, Macomb, for the summer term. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill Jr. and daughter Cynthia arrived June 11 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shook. The Hill family had resided several years at Alexandria, Va., where he wai stationed with the Army. They left June 18 for his new assignment at Albuquertjue, N. M. David Shook of Mlnooka -and James Shook of Wyanet spent the weekend with their parents and visited their sister and family. James left Wednesday for a youth camp in Wisconsin, where he will serve as a youth counselor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rhoades called Thursday in the Lester Overstreet home In Roseville. Mm. Max Fryrear, Monmouth; Mrs. Merwin Smith, rural Monmouth, and Mrs. Elsie Thornton of Oquawka called on their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dixon, and also visited Mrs. Lura Sloan and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Steven- Son. They also visited Mrs. ftalpli Surber en route home. 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