Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 22
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 10, 1963
Page 22
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£2 GdlesburQ RgQlstef*MoiL Golesburg, Wed, July 10, 1963 California^ Greeted at Bieg&ville BtClGSVnlifS — bf, Wld M», W. French of Pasadena; calif., have teen guests hi the Waltw Cochran horn, arriving Muhtey, find leaving tat Pennsylvania, where they will visit relatives before returning to their home. Dr. and Mrs. French attended services; at the United Presbyte rian Church, where he was pastor ieveral years, meeting many of their* former parishioners and friends. Dr. French is now with the California synod. Marks 82nd Year Mrs. Mary Johnson was honored on her 82nd birthday when some of her neighbor women took her to Oquawka for dinner at Al frteda's. Blggsvillc Briefs Mrs. Inez Dixon and son Keith Visited last week with their son, brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Dixon and Debbie, East Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hull, Karen and Bobby of Monmouth, with their grandmother, Mrs. Letha Rowley, and aunt, Mrs. Rowena Billups, Burlington, had Saturday dinner at Alfrieda's in Oquawka They also attended the Oquawka homecoming. Miss Linda Rowley, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, Monmouth, called m the Rowley home Sunday. Linda remained with her grandmother for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Claybaugh, with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strange of Kirkwood, spent July 4 with their son and brother, Gary Claybaugh, and family at Rock Island. Mrs. Verne McNaught of Or - ville, Calif., with her son-in-law and daughter of Galesburg, were recent guests of their cousin, Miss Jessie Claybaugh. Miss Kathy Cochran, Lee's Summit, Mo., is a guest of Miss Sharon Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glenn of Burlington were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zielke and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Zielke's niece, Mrs. Donald Smith, and family. Weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. Lindo and family were Dr. and Mrs. L. Estoye, Detroit, Mich.,, and Dr. and Mrs. S. Gines, Cincinnati, Ohio. Leaves Hospital Mrs. Harlan Goff returned to her home Sunday from the Burlington Hospital, where she was receiving treatment for an injured knee sustained at her home the week before. Her knee has been put in a cast. Mrs. Marion Allaman is a patient at the University Hospital, Iowa City, where she entered Saturday for observation and treatment. Her room number is 203 W. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lohmerer of Barry spent the weekend with their son-in-law, daughter and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Sederwall and Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cochran, who had visited since Memorial Day in the home of their son Dale at Battle Creek, Mich., returned to their home Saturday, accompanied by their son, who returned to Battle Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Benson Maple, Debbie, Paul and Benson Jr., who were vacationing at the home of Mrs. Benson's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, returned to their home in West Chicago Sunday. Rollups, New Sandwich Variation Plenty of mayonnaise and sweet pickle relish added to tuna makes this sandwich filling. Jellied Madrilene Melba Toast Tuna Rollups Salad Platter Fruit Sherbet Beverage Tuna Rollups 1 can (6',z to 7 ounces) tuna, drained and flaked V* cup well-drained sweet pickle relish Vz cup mayonnaise 8 slices bread Soft butter Mix together the tuna, pickle relish and mayonnaise. Trim crusts from bread; flatten with a rolling pin and spread one side with butter. Spread buttered tides with tuna mixture; roll up. Makes 4 servings—2 rolls per portion. Names Racing Chief LANSING, Mich. (tfPP-Berry Beaman, a retired Jackson, Mich., manufacturer, was named Tuesday by Gov. George Ilomney to head the 6tate racing commission. Beaman, 72, replaces Edgar Hayes as commissioner of Michigan flat and harness racing activities effective Aug. 15. READ THE WANT ADS! Media Area News Items MEDIA ** The Women's Missionary Society will meet at the church Thursday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Shoemaker and Mrs. Forbes are leaders. Tile Young Adult class enter* tained the adult men and women's classes at the church Saturday at a supper. Mf„ and Mrs. Waldo Erickson returned. Sunday from Canton, Ohio, where they took their grand* son, Mark, back to his parents. He had been here while his moth* er was in a hospital. Mr. arid Mrs. Vern Shelton df Philadelphia, Pa., spent July 4 here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton. A family reunion was held at the Shelton cabin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Isaac* son of Aurora, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Meredith, Monmouth and Glen Meredith were Thursday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Ora field spent Sunday at Quincy with his broth* er, Gene, who has been ill. Mr, and Mrs. Emory Cavins attended a family potluck dinner in Rock Island Sunday. Miss Joyce R*id spent the week with her friend, Miss Beverly Plattner at Ashland. Moving to St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Cosgrove and family of Amarilto, visited last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon White. Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove left Sunday for St. Louis, where Cosgrove has been transferred. The boys remained here while the parents look for a house in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stone and Ronnie of Vienna, Va., were weekend visitors in the Mac Pogue home, . Mrs. Ruby Stanbarry and Mrs. Don McCartney of Burlington, were Thursday visitors in the Nel> lie Stanbarry home. Mr, and Mrs. Glen Qtilgley and family attended a picnic dinner at Monmouth Sunday honoring her cousin, Roger Bell, and family from California. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pogue and Don of Rock Island, were recent visitors in the Mac Pogue home. Switzerland issued the first coin made of nickel in 1881. Gilson Area News Topics G1LSON - Kris and Kim Mow* arter of Galesburg visited their grandparents Wednesday. They stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howarter, while the children's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Duene Howarter went to the Tr!*Citlei. Starlet McCormick has return* ed to her heme In Hanni City after flirting for « week at the heme of Mr and Mrs, Robert Bishop. She was in the Farming, foil High School Class of IMS, Her parent*, Mr, and Mrs. Eu. gene McCormick, have purchased • farm near Lewlston, Mo,, and will move there when the present crop Mason is ended. teddy Hodge cut his hand Tues* day evening with a sickle. Sever* al sUtchee were required to close the wetaid., , Gold Medal Flour IS. SAO 45 ( Starkist Chunk Style Green Label $| 4 REDS- WHITE Tuna 4 6!i-oz. Cans FOOD STORES FOODS Red & White Brand Cut Green Beans Red & White Brand Fruit Cocktail Red & White Brand Pineapple Juice 13 EGG RECIPE Angel Food CAKES Ground Fresh Ground Red & White Brand BACON Red & White Value Check'd 46-oz. Cans Choice CHUCK ROAST LB. 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IN GAU5IUR5 PETE'S MARJKET 788 North Seminary St, IN ABINGDON KRONSTED'S MARKET IN WATAGA Anderson's Market EVANS GROCERY

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