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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 20

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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(Sajesbura Register-Maif, (Sajgsburg, 111, Wednesday June 26, 1963 21 IT* f k *' ft ' t ' ' \ »'; '; 1 SEWED UP-Hong Kong is famous for Its quick expert tailoring, and it would seem from the mmm Avon Church Class Lists New Officers AVON — The Willing Workers Class of the Greenbush Christian Church held its June meeting June 19. Officers elected were: President, Don Sensabaugh; secretary- treasurer, Dixie Sensabaugh; flower committee, Betty McGee, Dixie Sensabaugh and Margaret Camp; and reporter, Mrs. Robert Coupland. As a project, the class has purchased a piano for the basement including a platform for the piano and a heating unit for the inside of the piano to help keep it dry. The class will do minor repairs and alterations to the church building, if the official board approves. Danny Camp led the group in devotions. Each month the class sends a contribution to the "By the Way" television program to help further the spreading of His word. Avon Briefs Rev. Perry Bishop, his wife, son and daughter moved into the parsonage Friday.. The Rev. Mr. Bishop is the new minister of the Methodist Church, and the family formerly made their home in Moline. The former, Martha and Betty Stoddard and their families were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Aringdale last week. The Stoddards are former Avon residents and the girls attended Avon High School. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carrico and family of Wisconsin spent the past week with their parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Arnold Carrico and Mrs. Marvel Powell, and other relatives in Avon. signs that the tailors have the Pratt Avenue business sewed up, sew to speak. JUST THE THOUGHT TIRES GI-GI—Just the thought of meeting her public is enough to poop and frazzle a gal. Bi-Gi's had it, even as she weighs in a Cleveland, Ohio, zoo. The 13-pound, 8- month-old orphaned orangutan had been cared for in a private home following death of her mother a week after the' baby ape's birth at the zoo. Receives Deg Alphans Visit In Indiana ALPHA—Mr. and Mrs. Willis Doxsee, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Charles Doxsee Sr., drove to Valparaiso, Ind. Saturday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doxsee Jr. of Big Rapids, Mich., and Mrs. Edith Allen who had spent two weeks at the Doxsee home in Big Rapids. Also joining them there were the Charles Doxsees, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Merder and daughter Cynthia of Jasper, Ind., and they all spent the day together. Mrs. Allen accompanied the Willis Doxsees back to her home in New Windsor. ;ree Miss Nancy Bolin was a member of the Dental Hygienists grad uating class of Northwestern Uni versity, held at McGaw Memoria Hall, Evanston campus, June 15 .-.Miss Bolin, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hayden Bolin of Woodhull, is a 1961 graduate of ROVA High school. She is^ a junior member of the American Dental Hygienists Association, Inc. After July 1, she will be affiliated with and employed by Dr. Lynch DDS, in Evanston. She is residing at 21251/2 Ridge Ave., Evanston Graduating exercises were at tended by Miss Bolin's parents and a brother, Robert of Woodhull, and a sister, Mrs. Linda Chestnut of Tucson, Ariz. Lutrell Kin Hold Reunion ALPHA — The Lutrell reunion was held Sunday at the Floral Hall in North Henderson, when 48 persons attended. Officers elected are Frank Peterson of North Henderson, president, and Mrs. Melvin Snyder of New Windsor, secretary. The oldest person present was Mrs. Innis Foster of Alpha, and the youngest one present was Judy Waight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Waight of Maryland, where Waight is stationed in the service. Sugar Free Bubble 6H.0Z 6-FAK CO 16*ounct Bofflfi J ^rC BOTTLED By CANADA PRY BOTTLING CO GALESBURG, ILLINOIS Campers Hold First Outdoor Activity Twenty-four members of the Knox County Camping Association participated during the weekend in the new group's first outdoor activity. They camped at Delabar State Park and received visitors from Minnesota, Iowa, Roseville and Rockford. The camp consisted of three trailers, two truck trailers and 18 tents. Scheduled for next weekend is a campout on private grounds near Appleton. The group plans to camp most summer weekends and hold indoor activities during winter. Earlier, association members elected officers and decided to apply for a state charter. Charles "Tiny" Huebener was elected president and Mrs. Carl B. Livers, secretary. A treasurer will be chosen at a future meeting. Olin V. Weiss, Russell A. Hearn Jr., Dorothy Galusha, Francis Kraft, Harold Tenneson and Don 0. Wilson were elected board members. Fifty members have joined the association, which will conduct a business meeting the fourth Tuesday of every month. Galesburg Fire Chief Wayne C. Nelson, a member, was chosen to organize a fire prevention committee. The association was formed June 8 and is modeled after similar groups in Moline, Joliet and Peoria. Bridge Clubs Entertained At Maquon MAQUON — Mrs. Deane Utsler entertained her bridge dub June J 19 at the home of her mother, Mrs. Irving Bond. Mrs. Geo Daley, Knoxville, Mrs. Andlea Anderson, Abingdon, and Mrs. Prepa Doubet were guests. j Mrs, Irving Bond held high j score, Mrs. Robert Spilman, second, and Mrs, Wayne Smith, third. Traveling prizes were won by Mrs. Spilman. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Gordon Ratcliffe was a, guest of Mrs. W. L. Shafer Friday when she was hostess to the j bridge club. Mrs. Irving Bond held high i score, Mrs. Aden Van Fleet, sec* ond high, and Mrs. Homer Foster, third. Mrs. A. W. Widmer and Mrs. Foster hekj the traveling j prizes, m/ X WORTH REACHING FOR LUCKY BOY GOOD SANDWICH BREAD ... is worth reaching for • • • because it tastes GOOD . • . ... like bread should! Buns Are Great For Sandwiches, Too * TENDER 10VJNG CARE LUCKY BOY BAKERY, GALESBURG BAKERS OF IUCKY BOY GOOD BREAD

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