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July 13, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

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MUtouriam Entertained At Kirkteood KIMCWOOD - Mr. and Mrs itlm Larimer, Mike, Sheila, John* My and Billy of Alexander, Mo. spent the weekend with his grand* mother, Mrs. Mae 3calf. Sunday visitors In the Scalf home were Mr. and Mrs, .Jerome Thornbiirg of Schoolcraft, Mich, Thornbiirg .Is Mrs. Scalf's cousin, Mrs. Lebnard Arnold Is a patient at Monmouth Hospital. ' Jlfnfriy and Jane Anne Behrens of near Wyanet are spending this week In Klrkwood visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vice and family and with Mr. and Mrs. ,W. H,' Newman and Miss Paulino tfrs .| Newman. , ^ Mrs. Jtianita Turlls of Merced, Calif., has left for her home after visiting with her mothef," Mrs. Hazel sehweer. Jimmy Turlls remained , for a longer visit with his grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Efclman and Mr. and Mrs. Max Lober of Dlandinsvllle, visited Sunday with Mrs. Ralph Trego and Herbert. Mrs. Dewey Harvey and son George of Buckner, Mo., came Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Mae Scalf. George, who Is in the Navy, and stationed at San Diego, Calif., Is now on furlough. Mrs. Harvey, who had been hospitalized for two FREE 100 weeks In a hospital near Kansas City, Mo., is somewhat Improved. Gilsoti Family Returns from South GtLSON—Mr. and Mrs. George Ryan, David and Roger returned Tuesday from an 11-day vacation to Sarasota, P\a„ where they visited Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Tropp, former Galesburg residents. They visited in Sarasota Jungle Gardens, Horn's Cars of Yesterday, Homosassa's Nature Fish Bowl, Lido Beach and the Sunshine Skyway. They experienced fishing and swimming in the Gulf of Mexico. 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Pert PrincesB FKIINi LU FA 11 trip 4688 SIZES 10-18 Galesburg, Register-Moil, Gofesbura, fll> Saturday, July, 13, 1963 JL Luncheon Is Conducted at Seaton Home SEATON — Mrs, Inez Vance entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon July 5 at her home honoring Mrs., Shahla Anand, wife of Rt. Rev. K. D. W. Anand, bishop of Amritson, Punjab, Inda. Mrs. Anand spoke at the Women's Association at the Seaton Presbyterian Church that afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Arminta McKelvey, Mrs. Lucile Smith and Mrs. Nellie White. Seaton Briefs Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Donaldson returned .home Sunday from Peoria, where Donaldson attended a Rural Letter Carriers Association meeting. Mr. and Mrs. A. Greer and three daughters left Saturday for their home in Peoria, after spending the past week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Greer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greer and two children of Detroit, Mich., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. D. Greer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otto attended a family picnic at Lake Storey near Galesburg Sunday honoring Maj. James Runyon and his son Rodney from Novato, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bird held a family potluck dinner at their home Saturday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs 1 . Harold Hamilton of Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Talbot Balmer of Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Davis and daughter Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kinnamon and Mr, and Mrs. Robert Bird and daughters of Seaton. of Garbage Disposal About five brllion pounds garbage will be (literally) washed down the drain in the United States this year by persons who use garbage disposals. 1. Klfkwoofl Man Returns from Trip to Indiana KIRKWOOD - George ft BAX* ter returned home Sunday aftetf visiting five days with his Son* in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Elan and family at Torre Haute, Ind. While there Baxter's grandson, Lawrfiric* Elan Jr., celebrated his fifth birthday. Sixteen members of the Senior High Methodist Youth Fellowship and their sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winebright, were, present for a party on the parsonage lawn Sunday. Refreshments were serv* ed by Rev. and Mrs. James H. Pusey. NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to Maw York. Watch addresa below. Orders will NOT be accepted al> Oalesburg newspaper office. . Princess in two parts—sums up clean, lean, understated Ipok! Feels marvelous on—doesn't clutch you closely anywhere. So cool. Printed Pattern 4688: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14 16, 13. Size 16 requires 3 1 / B yards 35-inch fabric. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mall, 411, Pattern Dept.. 243 W 17th St., New York 11, N V. prinl S lainly NAME, ADDRESS with ONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out) 304 design tdeas plus coupon for FREE pattern- -any one you choose in new Summer Pattern Catalog. Send SO cents now. Family From France Visits At Oquaivka OQUAWKA - Eddie Simpson, who is serving in the Air Force, his wife Shirley and two sons are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simpson Sr., and other relatives in this vicinity. The family will return to Paris, France, where he is stationed, after his 35 -day furlough. Mrs. J. M. Duncan has returned to her home in Springfield after spending a few days here with her sister, Mrs. Leona Mc- Olgan. Mrs. Duncan was called here by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Arthur Patterson of Monmouth. « Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bird and two girls of Seaton spent Sunday with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Delvan Hays, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Norman and baby daughter Rebecca Renee, who had spent several days with Mrs. Norman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hays, returned to their home in Brggsville that day. In Denmark, industrial products —machinery, textiles, metals, and chemicals — have replaced agricultural commodities as the major exports. 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