Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 23
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
Page 23
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24 GalesburgReaister-Mqil, Galesbura. 111. Wednesday. June26.1963 SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox "Rodney, you're a dear boy to give an old lady a lift. Would it embarrass you if I yelled 'Zovyie!'?" Seaton Scouts Hold Benefit For Camp Needs SEATON — The Seaton Cub Scouts Troop No. 441, held a home-made ice cream and cake social at the baseball diamond Thursday night and cleared a sum of $40. The scouts need money for camping trips. The Seaton Community Club donated the Scouts $100. At a recent meeting, tenderfoot tests were passed by John Waugh, James Bohan and Steve Sims. The scouts have raised a flag pole at the Presbytery Camp, where they will meet every Thursday night. The scouts charter has been sent in and Troop Number 441 has been granted. There are seven members. William Seaton, James Bohan, Randy Anderson, James Davis. John Waugh, Rusty Evans and Steve Sims. READ THE WANT ADS! Hospital Notes From Greenbush GREENBUSH — Clco Cannon is a patient at the Burlington Hospital, where he submitted to surgery June 1. He expects to return home before too long. His room number is 104 at Burlington Hospital. Ted Slaat has been dismissed from the Burlington Hospital after surgery and is convalescing at lii.s home north of Greenbush. Richard Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason, had his tonsils removed at the Avon Saunders Hospital last Saturday and he was able to return home Sunday. Word comes from C a r 1 y 1 e (Buck) Sears of Bushnell and known in this area, that he is a patient in the St. Francis Hospi tal at Macomb. Beth Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolf, fell recently from her bicycle and she received a slight concussion and many scratches. She is recovering nicely after having had to spend a few days of quietness in bed. SAVE — OUR PRICES ARE LOWER Trading Post Super 1515 EAST MAIN STREET OPEN 9 TO 12 FOURTH OF JULY. Senn's Buttermilk or Qt. Chocolate Milk Southern Tree Ripened Peaches <» Red Ripe Fresh Tomatoes Yellow Firm Bananas lb. OSCAR MAYER LEAN Boiled HAM OSCAR MAYER WIENERS lb 98c J Lb. Cello B LARGE EGGS RATH'S CEDAR FARM BACON 3 Dozen $] QQ 2 Tmck 98c MRS. TUCKERS OLEO Meadolake FLEECY WHITE 5 ts n.oo '/2 3 c ca i. 29^ Ophiem Area Neighbors Honor Bearth OFMEM-Mr. and Mrs, Rich* ard Beard of near Alpha were honored at a hamburger fry June 20 by eight families of the neighborhood at Crescent Lake near Alpha. They were presented a party gift. Mr. and Mrs. Beard came to this community two years ago and are members of the Grace Lutheran Church. Beard is a member of the church council. Before moving to Molfno on Monday, they resided in the new brick home on the Paul Nelson farm. List Church Activities More than 135 persons attended the Grace Lutheran Church congregational picnic Sunday at Lake Storey. Mrs. Ralph Briggs won the women's nail driving contest as she did last year, and dads won the dads and lads softball game. There were several contests for the children. Pastor Dahlin was in charge of all the activities. Some 20 Luther Leaguers attended the swimming party June 19 at Fenton Park, Aledo. Ophiem Newt Note! Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harris and daughters Carol and Shirley and their families from Mount Union, Iowa, Cameron, Monmouth and Ophiem, numbering 18, had a picnic dinner Sunday in Monmouth Park. Danny Thurman of Mount Union came home with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hassis, to spend the week. The Leo Swanson family spent Sunday boating near new Boston. Mr. R. J. Aitken of Galesburg spent last week here with her daughter, Mrs. Harris and family. Carol Harris Is spending her summer vacation doing office work at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ossian entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday for their son Lyle and family of East Moline. Contrary to common belief, the ostrich does not hide its head in the sand when confronted by danger. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Soldier, Wife Visit at Toulon TOULON-Pfe. and Mrs. Jack H. King arrived Saturday from Ft. Deven, Mass., to spend a week visiting his mother, Mrs. Jennie King of Toulon, and her mother, Mrs. Nina Wilte of Galva and other relatives. Upon returning to base, he will leave for 15 months overseas duty in Germany. At Church Camp Miss Joyce Winans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winans and Miss Jackie Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller, spent from Friday till Sunday at Baptist Camp at Lake Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Winans took them down and Mr. and Mrs. Miller went to return them home. Visit It Peoria Miss Kathy Roach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Roach, spent the weekend in Peoria with her sister, Miss Betty Lou Roach. Dick Barker, assistant trainer for Michigan State teams, won his letters as a right end on the 1958 Spartan football team. 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