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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

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Collburo Reoister-Mail, Galesburg, silli Hold union at ,Mandov,_ltdy_l ,,__15M utttry Home AURGESS — Mf, and 1 Mrs. Evan jSreOl and their house guests, Mr. ffcml Mrs. Standi^ Brown of Gl- Iffltd, Kan.; Mrs. John Clark of Paradise, Calif., and Gerald Orfeen, attended the Brown cousins' reunion, Thursday, Hie reunion was; held at the Country home of Mrs. Ralf>h Graves, of near Macomb. !AlWood FFA Recognized WOODHULL - For the third consecutive year, AlWood FFA Chapter was recognized by the Illinois Agriculture Association for its activities in the cooperative field. The Woodhull chapter partict paled in a calf show and sale and annual boar sale. In recognition of the chapter's efforts, three members have been given the opportunity to attend the American Institute of Co-ops National meeting to be held in Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 8-10. Those attending will be fconnle Taylor, Roger Miller and Dennis Barman. STARTS SUNDAY BRISCH PICTURES & ROBERT WISE PRESETO R0BBX SHIRIEY mum mum RATHE SEESAW moaiatimaum mm smi mis mrniRMR "ft UaiEDWIISTtKUUt AIR-CONDITIONED SHOW STARTS 7:30 Adults 60c — Children 25c CADI THEATRE CMIVI.' Knoxville THEATRE * LAST 2 DAYS ffbr Peop/e ^ ofA//Ages.. t fr* THIS YEAR'S 'WlMtofc, BIG EXCITEMENT s&'WJ MOTION JOHN co-nmmt\ WAYNE- KRUGER -MART1NELU ,—-, w(CTn>imoiic:tti GERARD tirSjBED HOWARD BLAIM • BUTTONS • HAWKS SHOW STARTS AT DUSK TheManWhoShot UbertyVhlance m iff raoc MILES • MARVIN • O'BRIEN • KWE- HURRAY WED. NIGHT, JULY 3rd GIANT FIREWORKS DISPLAY and ON OUR SCREEN Z.THRIU HITS-2 MR. AND MRS. EDWARD P. ANDERS of near St. Augustine will observe their 59th Wedding Anniversary on Thursday, July 4, with a family dinner to be followed by an open house. Friends and relatives are invited to call from t to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The Anders who are both from Sullivan County, Indiana, were married at Sullivan, Inrf., July 3, 1913. They are the parents of two sons, Harvey P. Anders of Huron, Ohio and W. L. Anders of near St. Augustine and a daughter, Mrs. Donald L, (Gloria) Ycomans who is residing with her parents while her , husband is stationed with the air force In Greenland. The couple have 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Toulon Legion Unit Seats New Officers TOULON — New officers were installed Wednesday night at the American Legion Auxiliary's meeting. Mrs. Genevieve Pyle was installed as president. Other officers are Mrs. Theo Doden. second vice president; Mrs. Lucille Talbert, secretary, and Mrs. Effie Bort, historian. Mrs. Ilene Benedict, outgoing president, was given a past president's ring. A benefit coffee and bake sale was held Thursday for the Delmar Franklin family. A total of $400 was made for the family, who were injured in a car accident several weeks ago south of Kewanee. Franklin is still a patient at the Kewanee Public Hospital, and is paralyzed from the neck down. 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A girl was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tyrrell of Joliet. She is welcomed by a brother Mark. OQUAWKA — Mr. and Mrs. Ron Norman, former Oquawka residents, now residing in Biggsville, are the parents of a daughter, born at Monmouth Hospital Sunday. She has been named Rebecca Rene. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Delven Hays of Oquawka, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman of Buckley, Wash. OQUAWKA — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper are the parents of a son, born at Mercy. Hospital, Burlington Monday night. He is welcomed by one brother Scott. His mother is the former Nancy Davenport. LITTLE YORK—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kinney are parents of a baby daughter born Wednesday at a Moline Hospital. KIRKWOOD—Mr. and Mrs*. W. M. Newton received word Friday evening of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Newton of Silvis. The baby is welcomed by a sister, Taley Ann. Mrs. Newton will stay in her grandson's home while the mother and baby are in the hospital. Plan Family Picnic FAIRVIEW — The Jersey Row Sew and So Club held a quilting meeting Thursday afternoon. The group also completed plans for 4 the family picnic held Sunday in the Farmington Park. The group also decided not to hold meetings during July and August. it's Weber's for fine Dinnerwore $1 down — $1 week WEBERS GIFT SHOP 149 EAST MAIN 342-1417 HOSPITAL NOTES St. Mary's ADMISSION! IOTtfftt»A¥ Mrs. Jervnia LJndSert, M5 Moflf6t st rred I. *laeg, Hawthorne, Cull*, Frank W. Matthews. 714 gay St k George RaMerty, 427 W. South St. Mrs. Verl I. Pitts, Woodhuu. Mrs. Lillian A. Pedot*. 1290 Day St. Mrs, Roberta Frank, Abingdon* ^ Mrs. Junior H. Cranrtef, DeLonf. Paul T. Crosby, 1059 W. Second St. Oscar E. Moras, 376 S.JSeminary St. DISMISSALS SATURDAY I. Mae Bra2ce, Oneida. Mrs. Eskel F. Carlson, 1429 Conger St. Mrs. Lloyd Castcl, Abingdon. Marc L. Engle, Duesterhaiu Trailer Ct. Lambert A. Erickaon, 216 N. Seminary St. . . David L. Lawrence, Knoxville. Stanley E. Magnets, Abingdon. Corneliua D. Ma her, 720 W. Brooks St. John O. Meier, DeLong. Richard' D. Nelson, Gilson, Mrs, Elizabeth M. Phelps, Good Samaritan Nursing Home. Mrs. Oliver Plunkett, 845 N. Prairie St. Mrs. John W. Rice, New Windsor. Earl D. Roberts, 704 Wisconsin Ave. Barry Shaffer, 176 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Charles J. Thompson, 57 3. Farnham St. John F, Williams, Bushnell, Robert E. Woodln. 10 W. Main St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs. Melvin L. Morris, Abingdon. Robert E. Carlberg, McLean, Va. Donald E. Tolbert, Phoenix, Aria. John L. Cline, 1492 E. Knox St. Mrs. Gary W. Nichols, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Terrence J. Hoben, 383 W. South St. John F. Starcel, 389 Illinois Ave. Thomcs Meline, Wataga. Mrs. William A. Pyle, Altona. William J. Bradford, 708 Olive St. Mrs. John H. Wyman, 1462 Maple Ave. ; Mrs. Richard W. England, 447 Locust St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY Mrs. Charles E. Harris, Monmouth. Christine Hennenfent, New Windsor. Michael E. Keith, 203 Pennsylvania Ave. Mrs. Wayne R. Rowe, 46 Aliens Ave. Mrs. Coran B. Seibert, 988 Mulberry St. Mrs. Mary Sullivan, 762 Monroe St. Mrs. Franklin D. Wall, 1447 Coulter Ave. Burgess Group Holds Meeting BURGESS - The Women's Organization of the Presbyterian Church held its June meeting in the church dining room here recently. , Mrs. Aldus Gridley had charge of the devotions and Bible study. Members of the club will attend a Missionary tea at the Seaton Presbyterian Church in the afternoon, June 5. A missionary will give an address. Burgess Briefs Mrs. George Armstrong recently went to the Mercer County Nursing Home, near Aledo, where she will stay for.several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Penden returned home recently from a month's visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Penden of Collegeville, Tenn. While there, they attended the graduation exercises of the Advent Academy, from which their twin granddaughters, Constance and Candence, were graduated with high-honors. 4-H'ers Convene At Biggsville BIGGSVILLE — The pledge to the Flag and the 4-H pledge opened the Biggsville Belles 4-H meeting Friday at the United Presbyterian Church. The business meeting concerned the skit for share-the-fun achievement night and the annual 4-H tour. Demonstrations were given by Debbie Wilbur on "How to Make Brownies" and Karen Gibb, "How to Make Gingerbread." Refreshments were served by Patty Dixon, Cynthia Saben and Vivian Hallberg. READ THE WANT ADS! Cottage ABMtllfolfl lATtineAY Mrs, Dafiene. J. Swinson, dnhlftm. w'e«*St ! TOwnsend, 7» s. Leo *F. Taylor, 24* M. WhllesfeofO St. Roy C. Majors, 123 Michigan Ave. Mrs. Marguerite L>. Arthur, Mentors. Harriet ft. Wells, 49 Arnold St. Mrs. Beverly B. Uhlmann, 1109 N\ Cherfv St, DISMISSALS SATURDAY ^ Mrs.. Clara P. Sartain, 1135 Court St. Carl M. Nyman. 1277 Harrison St. Edward R. Masters, 529 N. Kellogg St. ^ Mrs. Verniee 3. Sharp, East Gales* burg. Mark A. Baxter, 319 E. Main St. Mrs. Charlene L. Moe, 711 Johnston St. Edward W. Caslln, 50 Lincoln St. Mrs. Ellen Paulson, Comeron. Harold E. Marqulth, East Galesburg. Debrn A. Snider. 1571 Harrison St. Gregory Mark Peterson, Galesburg. Mrs. Edith Standard, 3295 Lincoln Park Dr. Kit R. Tshenvood, 742 Pine St. Percy L. Alexander, 715 S. Academy St. J. D. Coolcy, 1029 Lancaster St. ADMISSIONS SUNDAY Mrs, Cecela Landon, Abingdon. Mrs. Georgia A. Davis, Maquon, Mrs. Norman R. Kron, LaFayette. Mrs. Virginia R, Chcnowith, 1264 W. North St. . Ernest A. Carlson, Knoxville, Mrs, Othelia L. Simpson, 900 Washington St. Mrs. Easter M„Lewls, Abingdon. Mrs. Martha E. Martin, Juneau, Wis. Mrs. Betty J. Thomas. 362 Losey St. Mrs. Jane E. Snider. 154 Lincoln St. Carl H. Nyman. 1277 Harrison St. Mrs. Christine A. Harpman, 560 N. Kellogg St. Richard A. Sink, 1033 Joynston St. Everett C. Harding, Cameron. Mrs. N. Pauline Hochstetler, 1092 S. West St. Froman Galyoan. 471 N. Cherry St. Marilyn S. Sloan, St. Augustine. Jon A. Hanson, Monmouth. Miss Peggy I. Hinchee, Marietta. Mrs. Beverly D. Meridcth, 487 S. Chambers St. DISMISSALS SUNDAY S. Bruce Garner, 161 Division St. Chris A. Cooksey, 490 E. Second St. Mrs. Dixie I. Schwarz and baby, 23 Chestnut St. Herbert D. Naslund, Victoria. Margaret E. Bullock, Wataga. Mrs. Viola V. Whissen, 951^ N. Cherry St. Mrs. Janet L. Friedrtck, Galesburg Route 1. Mrs. Kathleen I. Briggs, Alpha. Miss Lila R. Lindah, Gilson, Richard C. Sherman, Galva. Colifornians Are Called To Biggsville BIGGSVILLE - Mrs. Earl Jacobs and three children from Eureka, Calif., and Mrs. Jean Pike and daughter of Sacramento, Calif., are at the home of their parents, called by the serious illness of their sister, Mrs. Earl Watson of Monmouth, a patient since April in St. Mary's Hospital at Galesburg. Russell Liston and Danny Adair have returned home from a 2-week trip taking them through 15 states. READ THE WANT ADS! RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned Open at 12 Noon on 41h of July. For carry oul service Call 342-2413 Open Dally at 5 P.M. ROCKY'S MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Hours — Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Mldnlte. Sunday — S p.m. to Mldnlte. Closed Mondays. SPECIAL MEETING Of The GALESBURG BOOTS & SADDLE CLUB At The Club Grounds TUES., July 2-7:30 p.m. To clean the grounds and turn all ADS in. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL LADIES' DRESSES PLEATS EXTRA MONDAY through FRIDAY The CLEANERS DRIVE-IN SERVICE NEW LOCATION —262 N. PRAIRIE ST. Berg s Break the Price Barrier ON Portable TV ADMIRAL 17 rr Pull Featured! Nothing L«ft Outl • "Space Age" KMmmI Circuitry • Super Powered O mss I s • Exclusive "Picture Quart)" Circuit • Tinted Optic Filter • Top-Front Tuning Controls • Telescopic Antenna • Luggage-Type Carrying Handle — PLUS*" preclsion-BuHt... 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