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July 10, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 17

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NORTH HENt)EHSON MM. Kmlly Milter was honored Sunday with M (wtlutk lunch served (or her Wth birthday anniversary, whew her children, grandchildren* and greatgrandchildren' were guest*. Guests were Mrs. Stelda Mult* man* Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jacks and Laurie* of Moline; Mr. and Mrs* Marry Johnson and Marilyn and Larry Andersdn of Cam* bridge; Mrs. Fred Eskridge and Freddie of Alpha; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, Anita and Marilee of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Walfred Swan son, Kay and Paul and Percy Miller. Johnson family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fisher and family of Rock Island; Mr. and Mrs. Molgar Carlson and Danny of Alpha, and Mrs. Charlotte Wil- New Many Wear With Little Worry Eat. talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wobbling. PA8TEETH holds plates firmer and more comfortably. This pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks "plate odor" {denture breath). Get FASTEETH at drug counter* everywhere. son spent July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olson. Mrs. Lorcn Evans of Seaton visited recently with her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams and sons attended the Welks reunion at Fonton Park at A16do Sunday. William Kfonk, who is in the service and stationed in Germany, is visiting his brother-in* law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pitman. Mr. and Mrs. John Damos, Jimmie, Jack and Sam and Jack Hoogasian of Waukegan, visited the weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Ted Damos. Jack Damos remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olson, with Mr. and Mrs. Holgar Carlson of Alpha, attended the open house Sunday at the First National Bank at Rock Island. The Olsons' son-in-law, Don Fisher, is employed at this bank. Mrs. Harry Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Foster attended the meeting of the Pfister Associated Growers at Aurora the past week. Miss Sharon Loquist of Moline is having her vacation at the New Music Talent h Featured NEW A musical home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loquist. Mrs. Lyle Coffey of Galesburg and Mrs. Lee Clute recently accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Donaldson of Viola, to Rockford, program was presented at the meeting of the Martha Society July 5. Rev. Paul Holmer, who presided, announced the follow* in& numbers. Piano solo by Lorrie Lundgren; flute solo, Judy Enstrom; piano solo, Nora Anderson; selection by the junior choir with Mrs, Harry Thor, accompanist; piano solos Eileen Holmer and JoAnn Thurman and a trom Jonathan Holmer* It was announced family night will be held at the church Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. The Martha Society members were invited to attend guest day at the North Henderson Lutheran Church Thursday at 2 p.m. Hostesses were Miss Grace Johnson, Mrs. Vern Bangston and Mrs. L. L. Wallin. where they visited relatives. Mrs. Martin Anderson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson of New Windsor to Red Oak, Iowa June 30. They attended the 60th wedding anniversary observance for Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lundgren. Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon went Wednesday to the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gordon at Moline, for a few days' visit. You Can Count on Us • • • Quality Costs No More at Sears SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO ALL NEW, EASY SEWING MACHINE wn NO MONEY DOWN on Sears Easy Payment Plan Smooth round bobbin Sews forward and reverse Does all everyday sewing Mends* darns, patches \ NO MONEY DOWN I h on Anything Purchased at Sears on Credit! ig-Zag Console SEWING MACHINE Our lowest price for a zig-zag console I Hurry! You can embroider, monogram, sew on buttons, zippers, Plus regular sewing in forward or reverse! Fast round bobbin action. 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Reservations for dinner are to be made with Mrs. Walter McVey by July 13. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson of near Quincy came Friday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Rapp and family. Maj. and Mrs. Carl McGeehon, Susan and Mike, who had been spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Margaret Brownlee, left Friday for California to visit her brother. John Brownlee and family before leaving for Hawaii, where they will be stationed for the next three years. Miss Carol Clark and James Brasel were guests of honor Wednesday at a dinner pantry shower at the Cecil Waugh home. Those present were the honorees, Mrs. Richard Edmonds of Muscatine, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark, Sherry and Cindy and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Clark. Little York Briefs Mrs. Riley Talbott and Mrs. Robert Simonson entertained several friends at a breakfast Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Luther of Florida are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Boock, Danny and Douglas were lunch guests Thursday at the home of their parents. Guests later in the Boock home were Mr. and and Mrs. Jerry Melton and family of Seaton and Mr. and Mrs. William Boock and family. N. Henderson News Notes NORTH HENDERSON Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tyrrell and sons, Jim and Jeff, visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tyrrell at Joliet Sunday. They attended the baptism for their new granddaughter, Anne Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olson, with Mrs. Holgar Carlson and Danny of Alpha, vacationed the past week in Montello, Wis. Mr. and Mrs, George Lewis and Mickey of Roseville, visited July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson. Marcia and Maria Orwig of Davenport, were overnight guests recently with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Orwig. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simkins of Cascade, Iowa, visited July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. William Simkins. They also were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Orwig. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saylor and LaVergne Holmes drove to Marshalltown, Iowa, Friday to bring home Jennie Holmes after she had eye surgery a week ago at the Wolfe Clinic. She was released from the clinic July 4, Miss Alice Anderson and Frank Johnson visited an afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Frank Johnson at Viola. Mrs, Owen Nail, David and Ruth Ann attended a birthday party a recent afternoon at the home of Mrs, Charles W, Peterson at New Windsor. They helped Mrs. Peterson celebrate her birthday anniversary. Owen Nail joined them in the evening and they were supper guests at the Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Devlin and family spent a week in Brainerd, Minn., vacationing and fishing. Sue Nevin of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Debby Evans of Seaton, spent a few days here with Mrs. Charlotte Wilson. Mrs. Bess Newcomer entertained her Bridge Club the past week at her home. Favors went to Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mrs. William Meeker, and Mrs. Raymond Cheline. Mrs. William Meeker was a 'guest. 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