Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
Page 12
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i4 ; fc§aiifef*Mqil, Qaiesburq, ill. Monday, July 1, 1963 ncert at Roseville ight Before Fourth Jm ^member Junior „ ....JMMMI will preiwt a WfHWrt^it Kldridg« Park, under fl* dfowstlon of Carrol! Hender- wn, tend Instructor in the Rose- vtlle ichdols. An ice cream social Will be held, in charge of the band parents organization. 26»¥ear Class Re-Unites The class of 1943 of the Roseville High School held a reunion Sunday at Eldridge Park, Rose- Ville, with a potluck dinner served at 12:30. Mrs. Richard Cunningham and Mrs. Marion Rigg were in charge of arrangements. Colfax Picnic Held Sixty persons attended the annual Colfax Community Club picnic June 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson. Guests from a distance here for the picnic Included Mrs. Keith Reid and son Kevin of Visalia, Calif., and Mrs. Bertha WUsofl of Albuquerque, N. M. Next meeting will be July 17 at National Cafe, with Mrs. Carl Meredith, Mrs. Ernest Bacon and Mrs. Donald Reed as hostesses. Party Honors Bride-Elect Mrs. Howard Taylor entertained more than 40 guests at a lawn party Wednesday evening at her home in Roseville. \ The affair was a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Carol Huston whose marriage to David Stinemates of Monmouth will be Sunday in the Roseville Baptist Church, where Carol is active in church work. Guests were members of the church's congregation. Special* guests were Mrs. Duane Huston, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Carroll Stinemates of Monmouth, Stinemates' mother; also, Mrs. Floy Deterding of Roseville, grandmother of Miss Huston. The many gifts were arranged on a table centered by a silhouette of the bridal couple. Assisting in opening the gifts were the Misses Mary Ruth Russell, Bonnie Huston and La June Lewis. A special feature of the evening's Roseville MARY MARK! PtMMM (211419) P. O. Itwi tM Newcomers: Your Newcomer Greeting Service Hostess not only brings you valuable free gifts and services from civic-minded sponsors, but a- neighborly service that will help you get starting in your new community. MR. BUSINESSMAN: The Newcomer Greeting Service can help you win new customers. There's nothing like a personal contact to introduce your business to the newcomers in your area. For complete information call Hostess Mary Canada 343-9850 (Mrs. Leonard Ockerft Is sub- atitating for vacationing Mrs. Mary Marks. She may be contacted by phoning 426-2517.) program was a pantomime of the wedding and reception. Ice cream centered with Wedding bells, was served with cookies and punch from an attractive table centered by a large bouquet of sweet peas in a silver bowl. These flowers were presented to Miss Huston at the close of the evening. Mrs. David Bellinger was hostesi tit the refreshment table. TTT Aids Camp Chapter U of TTT met on Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Norman Pinney, where s( luncheon was served, with. Mrs. John Ockert and Mrs. Harold Winters assisting. The dining table was cenxered by a large bouquet of blue delphinium and yellow roses. Mrs. H. W. Lee of Birmingham, Mich:, a former member of the chapter, was a special guest. The members completed terry cloth swim suit bags to be sent to the TTT summer camp at Eden Valley, Minn., which is in session from June 16 to Aug. 24. Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Carl Clore were elected as delegates to the pational TTT convention to be held in Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 18-19, with Mrs. G. G. Neilson and Mrs^ R. R. Pearson as alternates. Mrs. Elizabeth Staat returned home last week from an extended stay in California, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Sue Caughey. . Carolee Singleton is convalescing in the hospital at Iowa City, where she has been under observation and treatment since Tuesday. Circles Entertained 1 The Naomi Circle of the Methodist Church met on Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Nealy Young, east of town. Ten, members Were present. Mrs. Mil-i lard Palmburg conducted the de- / votions and Mrs. John Felt was/ in charge of the business meeting. There was a discussion period on "Integration" led by Mrs. Felt, after which the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Barnard White entertained the Rachel Circle Wednesday afternoon in her home, assisted by Mrs. Wayne Grant. Mrs. Grant conducted the business session and there was a discussion in regard to the church auction to be held in September. The group will have charge of pulpit flowers for the church during the month of January in 1964. Mrs. Grant presented the program on the subject "Teach Me to Pray." Programs were arranged for the coming year, after which refreshments Were 'Served by the hostesses. There will be no meeting of this circle during July and August, and the September meeting will be held ir» the home of Mrs. Grace Ditch, with Mrs. Alberta Bacon assisting as hostess. The Rebecca Circle met in the .-. v.- .v.- .V.W.V. v.v.-Xssw ^damentals Swimsuits All styles Knit Boxer and Regular Boxer in solids and plaids, $395 _ $coo and 5 WASH-N-WEAR Dress Slocks A host of styles and colors, $-"T95 »P COTTON AND BANION Knit Shirts *4 00 .0 *6 95 Sheahan's QUALITY MEN'S FURNISHINGS 323 East Main St. home of Mrs. Frank Pfatt with 12 members present Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles MeMur- ry conducted the routine business meeting, Mrs. Pauline Allison led devotions and Mrs. Acquilla FOust had the program.. During the social hour, the hostess serv< ed refreshments. fair to fie Ang. 6-7 The members oMhe fair board met on Thursday evening at the Roseville Village Hall to discuss plans for the annual Warren County •Agricultural'"•Pair which will be held in Roseville on Aug. 6 and 7 at Eldridge Park. Twelve members of the fair board were present and the president, Donald Kirkpatfick, conducted the business meeting. Further plans will be made at a later meeting of the group. ( ..., . Dnwth Aids Fire The Roseville Fire Department was called to the residence of Mrs. Minnie Brown on Chamberlain Street about 2:15 Friday aft* ernoon. A grass fire threatened to get out ot control due to the extreme dryness of grass in the area, There was no damage. Roftevtile Personals Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Bultemeier and family left on Saturday to spend « vacation in the Ozark Mountains. Lawrence Stice, a former resident of Roneville, has returned to titis areft Jroih Seettsdaie, Arte., and is staying at the Watson Nursing Home in Monmouth, He is considerably improved at this time, tie will celebrate his birth* day afwlversairy: m .July * and will be glad to hear from his many friends in ftbseville and community, 0. W, AldrJeh ehtettained the Colonial Bridge Club Friday afternoon in her home. A dessert course was served at 2 o'clock, after which two tables of bridge were in play, and high score prtoe 4uitikih' , ^^hi: Herman Kington. > The ft Club of the junior high school held a swimming party Friday evening at the; pool in CienwoodPark, Wacom)*; ' j, Miles Slmonson and Larry Myers attended the Boy Scout camp at Camp Peart last week and returned otft Saturday night to theft* hofrtes In Roseville. > Stipt. and Mrs. E. Lynn Mill have returned from a vacation trip through Canada. > Rev. and Mrs. Robert Larson of the Baptist Church went to Mt. Vernon Sunday to take part in a corner-laying ceremony there. (Continued on* page 28) am K>* AIT MATWIAU RE Af> THE tftASSlMlDSI and strength Thrlllcade" driven* prove how tough and durable.,. • \ Phillip* 66 Premium Action Tread Tlrea really are! They take punishment far worse than you'd ever give them.,* and stand up where other tires might fall.. under tremendous pressure at breakneck speeds I They grip the road like m cat, resist blowouts mnd punctures., ORDINARY TIRE give you thousands of miles of extra wear! The low-profile design means a softer ridel Nylon cord, tubeless construction means super strength I PHILLIPS Have your Phillips 66 dealer Install a set today I illli llllli Generous trade-In I Convenient credit terms 19o for flrttm class products and first-class service go Phillips §il * Drivers of Aut Swenson's famous "Thrillcade" perform their death-defying stunts at leading shows and t fairs throughout the country. 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