Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 2, 1963
Page 12
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1} [ J2 JSafisbiira fttaisfer«MoiL GafesbCira, 111 Tuesday, July 2, 1 9M LEGION GIVES CITATIONS - Harry Tcnnant (foreground), {commander of' Ralph M. Noble Post of American Legion, presents meritorious service certificates in behalf of the post to representatives of three organizations for cooperation with the Sabin oral vaccine program. Presentation took place Monday evening in Legion Home. Accepting the recognitions in behalf of their organizations are (from left) C. M. Dexter, Galesburg Emergency Police; James Osborn, Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service, and Eldon Shreeves, commander of Knox County Emergency Disaster Unit. Yates City Couple Honored On 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers YATES CITY - In honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers of Yates City, which was June 26, the sisters of the couple planned a gathering at the home of the lionorees Sunday, June 23. A friend and neighbor, A. J. Lawrence, presented several poems in keeping with the anniversary idea. The couple greeted their guests in their wedding attire and they were the recipients ot many gifts. Mrs. Rogers' niece, Miss Rayma Eldert, presided at the punch bowl and poured from an appointed table. Home-made ice cream and anniversary cake which was topped with the ornament used on their wedding cake, were also served. Those attending this affair were Mrs. Roger's mother, Mrs. lsai Turner of Maquon; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eldert and Miss hayma, Mr. Bruce Rice of London Mills, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Swartzbaugh of Hermon, Mrs. T. W. Simkins of Abingdon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maxwell and Mr. A. J. Lawrence of Yates City. Several other friends called throughout the week. Motor to Chicago On June 26 Mr. and Mrs. Rogers motored to Chicago, where they spent several days. They were especially honored by Radio Station WGN June 27 and ap­ peared on the Country Fair program as special guests. They were so honored because they had visited the station 25 years ago that very day. The couple also visited at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. John Almburg and family of Sugar Grove, as well as several other places of interest in the Chicago area. They later motored to Rockton, where they stayed at the Wagon Wheel Lodge, returning home on Sunday evening. Mrs. Rogers' sister, Mrs. Philip Phillips and her family, of Key West, Fla., phoned to offer their congratulations. Ex-Hurler Dies ALLIANCE, Ohio (AP) ~ Victory Mosely, who claimed to be one of the few pitchers to play in three major leagues, died Monday at 78. He first played with East Liverpool in the Ohio-Pennsylvania League, then in the International and the American Leagues. Decidedly Wins TORONTO (AP) - Decidedly, winner of the 1962 Kentucky Derby, closed with a rush and swept to an easy 3% length victory in the $30,150 Dominion Day Handicap at Woodbine Race Track Monday, returning $2.60. WINS FFA AWARD — Harold Whittaker (above), who resides in the Monica and Laura locality, is a candidate for the American farmer degree at the national convention of Future Farmers of America in October at Kansas City, Mo. The degree is top recognition offered' by FFA. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Whittaker of Monica, Whittaker is a 1961 graduate of Princeville High School and maintained outstanding projects in several areas of the FFA program since his freshman year, including grain, swine and beef production. He and his wife Joanne have a daughter, Rcgina. Yates City Club Sets Style Shoiv YATES CITY — Mrs. Dorothy Cooper, chairman of the flower and style show of the Yates City Woman's Club, called her committee members together Saturday at her home along with advertising committee chairman and corresponding secretary and club president. She reported on plans so far and stated that Sears of Galesburg will furnish the clothes for afternoon style show. Model names were also selected to be asked to show dresses of all kinds in the show. There will be a country store of cakes and cookies for attending crowd to buy, along with refreshments to be served for a small donation. READ THE WANT ADS! Get More SAVE MONEY! ££- DON'T BE SATISFIED WITH LESS THAN THE BEST! The Best Beef Money Can Buy (All prices include complete processing) HIND QUARTERS SIDE OF BEEF FRONT QUARTER lb. 62c »> 52c »42c Knox County Home Fed Choice Quality Beef Western Zero Locker Phone 3434161 456 E. South St. Former Rioan Departs For Africa RIO - Rev. Charles House Jr., formerly of Rio, who serves on the Admission Board of Alma Col. lege. Alma, Mich., left in early June for Africa as an area rep* resentative for "Operation: Cross^ roads Africa." He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mouse Sr. of Rio and won't return to United States until last of August. Prior to his flight, the House family held a reunion June 9, also attended by the senior Houses and daughter Beth, home from University of Iowa, Iowa City, and their son -in -law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Lundblad and Karen, Philadelphia, Pa. tt was held in the home of their son-i^law and daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Jan Bengston and (am* ily, Gary, Ind. Following the departure of the Rev. Mr. House Jr., his wife June and sons, Charles, Steve, Jimmy, Robbie and David, came to the 4 home of Mr. and Mrs. House Sr., rural Rio, where they visited a few days before she, Jimmy. Robbie and David left for Lin* coin, Neb., to visit Mrs. Carmen Hornby and Mrs. Guy Laverty, her mother and grandmother, respectively. Miss Beth House left for Chicago, where she has employment. Mrs. Tommy Humphrey Jr. and daughter, Tina Marie, came home from the hospital June 26. She will join her husband in San Diego, calif,, where he is stationed in the Navy. , Mr. and Mrs. Aft Bloomers attended his 50th reunion of 1913 Aledo High Class June 16 at Oak View Country Club. Seventeen members were present. Mrs. Grace Robson of St. Petersburg, Fla., called on friends in Rio Friday. Rio Presbyterian Youth group held a skating party at Alpha Roller Rink Friday, returning to the church for refreshments serv- HongKotig Cleric Observes Rio Setup RIO - President Pastor Wu Ming Chnh of the L u t h e r a n Church in Hong Kong, in this country observing rural church work in action, came to New Windsor on Tuesday noon to the ed by Steve Flack, Alta Loveridge, Mark Leafgreen and Stanley Lyons. Charlie Bland is confined to his bed at home with pneumonia. Miss Nancy Priebe of Rock Island, is visiting this week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Frankenbtirger. I home of the Rev. Mr. Hotmer, who brought him to the home of Glenn Setterdahl, where he saw the hay chopping, storing opera* tion and automatic feeding setup, The Setterdahls feed. 100 cattle, He also visited the Paul Setter- dahl farm to see his Herd of registered Polled Shorthorn cattle. When China was divided into communist and non-communist areas a few years ago, the president was In Hong Kong, the noncommunist part and'has had no contact with his wife and two daughters during all this time. Pastor Chuh was accompanied by ari Interpreter, Pastor Daniel Chu of Springfield, Ohio, and Pastor Holmer of | New Windsor. BE SURE TO INCLUDE.. LUCKY BOY BAKERY, GALESBURG BAKERS OF LUCKY BOY GOOD BREAD

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