Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 22
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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Woodhull Hosts Foreign Pupils En Route East By TOM EtCHHOKN WOODHULL — Woodhull was chock full of foreign exchange students Tuesday night as they and their hosts gathered for a picnic on the AlWood High School grounds. The 36 American Field Service students, representing 23 countries, stopped over Monday and Tuesday nights on their way to Ne\V|" —York City. Their bus tour while en route caps a year spent in the United States. Most of thes tudents studied in Wisconsin high schools. Students at AlWood High School were hosts to the AFS students, and in addition to the picnic a skating party and a dance were staged for the group. This is the third year the community has been selected to host such a group. Accompany Group The 36 students are being chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Peterson of Madison, Wis., who have been married just a week, according to a usually reliable source. Hungry and eager to have a good time, like their American counterparts, the students last night felt little like discussing American social aspects or foreign policies. However, several did compliment the Midwestern friendliness. Host families in Woodhull included those of: Max Lutrell, Robert Hammer- lund, Ray Swartout, Herbert Swanson and Laverne Carlson, of Woodhull, George Diggs, Ray Luallen, Curtis Walsten, Sid Anderson, Ralph Rice, Pete Barton, Walter Peterson, Richard Rutledge, D. W. Knutson, Lewis Engstrom, John Steffen, Chauncey Malcolm, Paul Nelson, Charles Rice, Charles Curry, Gerald Gd- ben, Harry Humphrey and Morris Larson of Alpha. Also, Earl Peterson of Ophiem, James Horine and John Weech of Rio, John Engstrom.'Dale Peterson, Laverne Johnson and Wayne Allison of New Windsor, Coyt Carlson, James Lundahl and Howard Johnson of Lynn Center, and Lester Peterson of Oneida. The AFS students came from Argentina, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Laos, Lebanon, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Uruguay. Carpentier Lauds GOP Economies SALEM, 111. (AP)-Illinois Sec retary of State Charles Carpen tier says Republican fiscal watch dogs are responsible for preventing the administration of Gov Kerner from what he termed a "spending bender." Carpentier addressed a Republican Day gathering Tuesday night at the 80th annual Marion County Soldiers and Sailors Reunion. Having the state government "live, within its income will be the Republican campaign cry in 1964," he said. Carpentier has said he will announce in August whether he will seek the GOP nomination for governor. Republican fiscal responsibility, he said, has been displayed during Kerner's administration by demands for limits on aid to relief recipients. The GOP, he said, "also killed a cry of doom" from Democrats who he charged caused an unnecessary special session of the legislature last winter when it appeared public aid funds were running out. Altonans Visit At Villa Park ALTONA — Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lundeen, Lori and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Lundeen and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Nelson visited Sunday with Ar. and Mrs. Charles A. Doswell at Villa Park. The event was to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mr. Doswell. Mrs. Irving Lundeen and Mrs. Nelson are sisters of Mrs. Doswell. KNOX COUNTY FAIR JULY 29 - AUG. 3 For Information CALL 343-8893 Tots Observe 6th Birthdays At New Windsor NEW WINDSOR — Two cousins who were born Sunday, June 23, 1957, observed their sixth birthday anniversaries together Sunday at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Roquet. The honored guests were Trudy Roquet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold .Roquet, New Windsor, and Rickie Medd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Medd, Bettendorf. Their parents and families and the Mario Forseth family attended. Ophiem Group Donates to Mission Item OPHIEM — Grace Lutheran Church LCW approved, a donation of two walkers to the Bethphage Mission in Axtell, Neb., at its meeting June 20, also to remem her Pastor and Mrs. Donald Nelson, missionaries, now in North Borneo, with greeting and gifts of money. Mrs. Otis Peterson and Mrs. R. H. Ossian were appointed to serve on the visitation committee. Pastor Roger Dahlin gave the Bible study on the topic, "Women of the Bible," and Mrs. Dean Johnson gave devotions. Mrs. A. J. Anderson, Mrs. Arthur Ossian, Mrs. Curtis Briggs and Mrs. Victor Swanson served refreshments. EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE—All around the town of Woodhull Tuesday night people were meeting foreign exchange students who stopped over on their way to New York, where they would depart for their homes. Above Karen Horine of near Rio, left, and Julia E. Mantiri of Indonesia dig into dishes filled with Midwestern abundance. Miss Mantiri stayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Horine, Karen's parents. Qalesburgf Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963, SEC. 3, PAGE 23 EXCHANGE STUDENTS PICNIC AT WOODHULL—A picnic for 36 exchange students and their Woodhull area host families was held Tuesday night at the AlWood High School grounds. The students, plus two chapcroncs, stopped over Monday and Tuesday night on their way to New York, where they will depart for their homes. Most had stayed the past year at homes in Wisconsin. The students stayed in the homes of AlWood School District students, one to a family. Past Grand Club Meets at Oquawka OQUAWKA — The Past Noble Grand Club met June 19 in the Odd Fellows Hall with a hamburger fry at the noon hour. The following officers were reelected for the coming year: President, Mrs. Lillian Dillon; vice president, Miss Thelma Hamilton, and secretary, Mrs. Esther Anderson. It was decided to hold a wiener roast and hamburger fry at noon at the July meeting at the shelter house at Delabar Park. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goff of Knoxville were Sunday guests of Mrs. Alice Pruett. Family of Normal Visits At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Bricker and children Carolyn and John of Normal visited over the weekend with his father, Fred Bricker. Lillian Lehnert of Oakville, Iowa, spent the past week with her cousins, the George Breuer family. The following Methodist young people are spending this week at Milan Camp Ground near Milan: Linda Pusey, Lucy Van Riper, Kristine Baker and Mary Sue Vice, all from Kirkwood; Barbara Wayland from Monmouth and Keith Dilworth from Stronghurst Mrs. Marvyn Baker and Mrs Paul Vice, accompanied by Miss Pauline Newman, drove their cars to take the group to the camp. Mrs. Carrie Moore returned home Friday from Iowa, where she had spent several weeks visit ing relatives and friends, includ ing her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tovrea at Oskaloosa, and Mrs. W. B. Whitmore, who was a friend of Mrs. Moore's mother. Mrs. Whitmore, who will be 100 in November, is in excel lent health and enjoys visiting with her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mikita and children Kathy and Myron Jr. of Pontiac were Sunday visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Houfburg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson of Fresno, Calif., visited Saturday with Mrs. Carrie Moore. Don't Forget FEDDERS The Finest in Cooling The Most in Humidify Removal AT EKSTROM'S 646 W, Main — 343-6114 Avon Hospital News Notes AVON—Following are Saunders Hospital news notes: Patients in Saunders hospital are Mrs. Emma Effland of Ellisville; Mrs. Judith Cattron of Cuba; William Cregger of Lewistown; Mrs. Gladys Shover of London Mills; George Ford of Smith field and Mrs. A. W. Ray, •Su gene (Sandy) Wall and Mrs. Harold Beckner, all of Avon. Mrs. Harlan Bryan and son were dismissed from the hospital Saturday. Mrs. Bryan is the former Judy Griffith. A girl was born at 11:30 p.m. June 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White of Marietta. June 24, a boy was born at 4:12 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kliffmiller of Bushnell. At 4:53 a.m. June 25, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson of East Berrien Street, Galesburg. Phone 342-515f PRESCRIPTIONS IN CAWSBURG HAWTHORNE PIU6 COMPANY H*WTttO*Nft ft*** ** TAKE A SPOONFUL OF MUSTARD A DROP OF RELISH A DELICIOUS MICKELBERRY'S FRANK W PUT THEM ALL TOGETHER IN A FRESHLY-BAKED BUN You've got the perfect recipe for a fun-filled picnic Picnics are muck more fun when the hot dogs are zesty and full of flavor...and flavor is Mickelberry's middle name. You can get delicious Mickelberry's Franks in two sizes-a regular size that really fills the bun, or a Jong-sized frank that laps over tho ends of the bun. (There's a nibble on each end before you get to the bun.) If you don't feel like roasting franks on the Fourth, take along some of the zt different kinds of Mickelberry's Gold Cuts. 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