Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 8, 1963
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t,1 • n Fair view •tore I ' In Contests f FAIRVIEW - Homecom Sa> included contest, a food greased judging contest, kiddie parade, pony •how, chicken barbecue and an an men's Western Review. Pictures on this page show the kiddle parade. 4 : Tie homecomim? and Friday 's jt'fior livestock show were sponsored by the Fairvicw American legion Post. Saturday evening, the men of the community staged a "Western Review" at the Legion Hall, directed by Mrs. Dorma Lind- •trom. ;.; Grand prize winners in the kid­ die parade Were Ken Murphy Jr. and sister Cindy, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Murphy Sr. of Farmington. Others Picked Other winners, in respective order, were: Baby buggy class, Kathleen Brown, Stevie Taylor, Patty Van Liew. Bicycles, Danny Root, Joan Van Liew, Gary Bennet. Song titles,, Marjorie Suydam,. Christie Jo Lindstrom and Carol Jean Rutherford, Carla and mine and first place; Brad, Curtis Keefauver; titles, GRAND PRIZE WINNERS In Falrview kiddle • % r parade Saturday were Ken Murphy Jr., right, r - > as a stork, who delivered a baby, his sister Cindy* They are son and daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Ken Murphy Sr. of Farmington. The klddh i * parade was part of the Falrview Homecoming CAN-CAN genuine can-can was performed Christie Jo Lln< Falrview urday by Marjorio Suyda,«, Jean Rutherford. Their fl Frolics/ 9 was part of the homecoming's kiddie parade and copped first place in the Andy Gurley. New song Melody Lee Mitchell, Nancy Bennett, and Bob and Bill Bolin. Miscellaneous, Curtis, Roberta, Jean, Shirley Marie, Lawrence and Robert Sherman, first place; Lee Veeomer; Carolyn Taylor. Winners of the greased pig contest were Skippy Hartstirn, Donald- Taylor, Curtis Sherman,, all of Fairview; Pamela Cooper of Canton Route 2 and Sarah Putman of Ellisville. Mrs. Harry Postin was in charge of the fourth annual junior food show, with Mrs. Walte shear of Fairview and Miss Wuehle of Galesburg as judges. Takes Grand Prize Grand prize winning cook was Susan Lee Harn, who enl red chocolate layer cake. Winners in other classes were: Cookies, Kathy Schumann.. Choco- 1 ]Jfl rg# Failor late,, brownies, Annetta Miller, Sarah Putman,' Leslie Omer. Butterscotch brownies, Sarah Putman, Drinda Lotke, Lois E. Evans. Drop cookies, Dee Ann Denmark, Drinda Locke, Kathy Schumann. Frosted layer cake, Susan Harn, Paula Denmark. song title class. DANNY ROOT won first place in the bicycle division of the klddio parade in Fairview Saturday. He not only decorated his bicycte with assorted pots and pans, but adorned himself With gunnysack apparel. 1 A//,.V - WWW fog fys ~ « -> ; , # 5 Ife^-^ : ^ km hi m J- 1 mm >. i ^4 4t r mm X 'Ik tern mm mm, If,/? r ^3 KATHLEEN BROWN won the baby buggy class of the kiddie parade with a decorated tricycle. Reason for this classification did not JUDGES Awaiting the judges decis- was lot entirely clear but young Miss Brown to mind. see ion, the children who participated in the kiddie parade i view Saturday relieve tension by biting nails or just sitting baking community's homecoming included a greased contest, pony show and an "all-men's West- Review," which was presented that night at the Leg! Honored on 80th Birthday ALTONA On June 28, mem- Frosted angel Brown. Unfrosted cake, Nancy angel food cake, Diana Fengel, Lynda Schumann and Karen Endres. r Double crusted bers of the Mary-Marthas and h guests honored Mrs. Ralph Failor on her 80th birthday with a party at the Lutheran Parish Hall in Altona. A •'This is Your Life" I Endres, breads: Harn, pies, Karen program was presented in which Judy Brown. Quick various phases of her life were Gingerbread, Susan Lee reviewed by friends, who had par- Barbara Bennett, Lynne Marvel; Nut bread, Susan Lee Barbara ticipated in them. Confirmation classmates pres Harn, Rohrer; coffee cake, Paula Den mark, Susan Lee Ham, Barbara Bennett. Yeast breads and variations: light rolls, Mary Anne Mitchell, Lynda Schumann, Karen Endres; coffee cake or cinnamon rolls, Judy Brown, Mary Ai Mitchell and Lynda Schumann. Bennett, Janet ent were Miss Fannie Fredricks of Altona and Mrs. 0. A. Peterson of Galesburg, who recall- i those days with Mrs. Failor. Representing her high school raduation class was Mrs. Aleda Landin, who displayed the picture of their class of 1900. Mrs. F. Leonard Johnson, who introduced the program, read a poem in The Continental Congress delib- tribute to Mrs. Failor's services crated a dozen years before decid- as her Sunday school teacher, ing on the bald eagle as the na- The daughter of the honoree, symbol Mrs. Ernest (Dorothy Ann) Ca« Galesburg Register-Mail phc By DALE HUMPHREY GALESBURG. ILL.. MONDAY. SEC. 3 PAGE 19 Toulon News Notes TOULON—Mrs. Elmo Beezley and daughter left Thursday for her home in Weiser, Idaho, after spending the past month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bruning. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bruning are one a vacation trip to Palatka, Fla. The Rookie Sent Down NEW YORK (UPI) York Mets shipped bonus rookie Ed Kranepool to Buffalo of the International League Sunday and recalled pitcher Grover Powell, yhose record was 5-5 with Raleigh in the Carolina League. Kranepool, the 18-year-old local product whom the Mets signed SHERMANS—The charming cou been identified as Mr. and Mr Sherman, Lawrence man. The somewhat bewildered children are, <1. to r.) Curtis, Roberta Jean and Shirley Marie Sherman. The ensemble won the miscellaneous division of the kiddie parade. or an estimated $85,000 last consumer of nickel. I was hitting only .189. MELODY MITCHELL won the new-song-titles division of the kiddie parade. The harmony of her name and the event seemed to be highly coincidental, and original. North Henderson Meetings Slated NORTH HENDERSON — Tha Mary and Martha Society of the Methodist Church will meet Friday at 2 p.m. instead of Thursday. The meeting conflicts with a tea scheduled by the Lutheran Church. A guest day tea will be held at the Zion Lutheran Church Thursday at 2 p.m. There will be musical numbers by different churches that are invited to be guests. Mrs. Roy Peterson of New Windsor will give a book review. No one has ever seen a tuna that was not swimming, unless it was dead or dying. hill, who resides in Missouri, was unable to be present. A neighbor and long time Mrs cated poem "Neighbors," and Mrs. Victor Bloomquist of Galva gave special greetings. The opportunity of reminiscence was given other guests. Mrs. Harry Olson accompanied the songs that were sung. Hostesses were Miss Lillie Nelson, Mrs. Carl Swanson. Mrs. Vic- Miss Erma John ; son and Mrs. Richard Westerdale. 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