Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 24
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r • - * i r _ E L 1 1 It V J? ^ 1J-, fir 38 Hi 'J I * * r L 1 ha H Thursdd 1963 I- * PMBXOS cm - MISS jut McFadden returned home Sunday night from A vacation trip she took with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berth and children* Frankie, Jeff and Michelle of Colchester. They visited Mrs. Borth's mother in Mendota, then up to St. Clair, Mich., into Canada and to Niagara Falls. In addition to sightseeing, they did some fishing with relatives at St. Clair. Miss Nancy McFadden returned home Sunday from Downers Grove, \vh6re she had been a house guest the past 10 days with friends. Mtt and'Mrs. Curtis Westfall and family from Morrison visited over the Fourth of July at the Phillip Buchen home. Mr, and Mrs. Warren Thurman and family left Friday for Omaha, Neb., for a several-day visit* with family, Mr. and Mrs and family are spending their vacation at Phoenix, Ariz., with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gunther. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Osborn have a 14-month-old boy staying with them. His name is Gary and the Osborns are hoping to adopt him as their own in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Curtis hosted the Couples Pitch Club in their home Saturday night. Their guest couple was Mr. and Mrs, George Lockwood, Mr, and Mis. James Long were the high-scoring couple to receive a prize. Mrs. Lockwood held the traveling prize. Miss Marie L. Trouslot, Toledo, Ohio, was a weekend guest with Miss Lucia Turpin. On Saturday, they went to Davenport and were luncheon guests with Mrs. Morehouse and Miss Sadie Wilson. Soldier Visits Rio Family RIO Pfc. and Mrs. Ronnie Spring of Arsenal, Ark., arrived June 28 to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Spring, and girls, and his brothers and families, Bud of Rio and Sanr of North Henderson. M^. and Mrs. Lawrence Birdsley and son called Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Epperson. Mi*, and Mrs. Wyatt Logan and daughter Carol of Lomax surprised their cousin, Mrs. Ruth Cain, and Mrs. Tillie Almgreen on a recent Sunday, arriving with a picnic dinner. Later, they went on to the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Kirk of Texas, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Anderson, near Woodhull. Two other relatives from the anniversary called on Mrs. Cain. They were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hagerty and two children from Janesville, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hagerty and seven children from Hanover. Mrs. Selma Kinast has moved from Galesburg to her home in Rio, after retiring from employment at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. Historic Funeral Story HUTCHINSON, Kan. <AP)-A historic 163-year-old edition of the Ulster County, N.Y., Gazette, owned by George Hooper, has an account of the funeral of George Washington. The Jan. 4, 1800, edition of the paper was brought west by his grandparents when they settled at Atchison, Kan. Now Hooper has inherited it. Hooper hasn't decided what to do with the old newspaper but has considered giving it to a museum. THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? YES! / Mutual OF OMAHA rom Mutual of Omaha Inturwt Co, Call me for full Information on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, offered by Mutual pf Qmshdi the company that Insures more than 1 million ZQ9 Jhpusand senior citizens. % l. TH0MA5, m B0NTO BLDG. PR, 343-8583 -4 F STORE HOURS MONDAY-12 Noon to 9 P.M. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY 9:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. FRJDAY-9.-30 A.M. to 9 P.M SATURDAY-°:3Q A.M. to 5 P.M. i

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