Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 32
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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32 Gotcabufd RgQfgfer-Moil. flolnbuefl.. 11!^ Menday, July .11.1.963 Serves Drive For Plan at N. Henderson NOttTH HENDERSON - Mrs. George Johflsefl of North Hen- rteraon is among the volunteer workers for residents to enroll in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield group insurance plan tinder aus­ pices of Mercer County Health Improvement Association. • North Henderson Briefs Mrs. Bess Newcomer entertained guests Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goodnight and Mary Ann of Moline, Mr. and Doyle Gift Shop SIDEWALK DAY SPECIAL floral trimmed TV Snack Sets in china (only 6 sets left) 8 pieces (4 cups —4 saucers) 300 Complete Mrs. Herman Deuth and daugh* ters and Jim Petit of Granville, Bob Deuth of Peoria and Mrs. Edith of Alexis, they helped Herman Deuth celebrate his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tornquist, Mrs. Alice Armstrong, Oscar and Lee Tornquist with Mrs. Ralph Gladson of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. William Tornquist of New Windsor, were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ila Ashley at Moline. A supper was served in honor of Mrs. Ashley's father, Charlie Tornquist, and a brother of the guests, who helped him celebrate his 81st anniversary. Mrs. Mary Allen, Mrs. William Farm, Mrs. William Simkins, Mrs. Owen Nail, Mrs. Ransom Allen, Mrs. Frank Peterson, Mrs. Virgil Farm spent a evening recently with Mrs. Marie Hallstrom at Galesburg. They helped Mrs. Hallstrom celebrate her aruiiver- Hallstrom celebrate her anniversary. She is a former North Henderson resident. Atomic Electricity By the end of 1962, five nations (the United States, the United Kingdom, France, the Soviet Union and Canada) had demonstrated a capacity to produce electrical power from atomic energy, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. Larehland Area News Items LARCHLAND - Mrs. Holland Terpening and Mrs. George Mcintyre entertained the Larehland Community Aid Society at the Hall Wednesday, Mrs. Dale Carl* son opened the meeting by reading "Apron Pocket Shakespeare." The project of covering the church floor was discussed, and the date of the family picnic was set for Aug. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the new shelter house in Monmouth Park. Mrs. Ernest Barnes of Joliet and Mrs. Hobart Qsborne of Gerlaw called on Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carlson Friday. The family of the late Robert Elliott held a reunion at Monmouth Park July 7. Honor Earl Lantz Earl Lantz was honored guest one evening recently at a potluck supper at Lake Warren, the occasion being his birthday. Gifts were presented the honored guest. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lantz of Alexis; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anderson, and family of Viola; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lantz and Bill of Malta; Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMaster, Glenn and Barbara of Racine, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. David Lantz and family and Miss Alberta Cox, of Monmouth. Also, Don Lantz of Lake Warren; Charles Lantz of Rockford; Miss Carol Winbigler and Ronnie Legate, of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winbtgler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery and boys, of Gertaw, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lantz of Larehland. Mr, and Mrs. Frank lsreal of Monmouth were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardesty and family July 4. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Ray entertained the following at Sunday dinner: Mrs. Glenn Algren and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haase and sons, of Monmouth, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rodgers and family of Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rader and Teri of Carlinville spent a few days with*his parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Rader. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fillman and family of Fort Madison were supper' guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Fillman Sunday. Mrs. Lambert Engdahl of Monmouth recently called on Mr. and Mrs. George Rader. David Gillen of Monmouth spent several days this week with Billy and Eddie Gillen. Sharon, Julie Ann and Loree Rodgers of Alexis spent several days visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray. Janie Gibson of north of Monmouth has been visiting Vickie Hardesty. Mrs. Stella Morris and Janice Icenogle of Monmouth were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Rader. Linda 1 Rowley of Galesburg spent several days visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson. From.there, she Went to visit relatives la Biggs- vflie. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llghtner of Davenport came Wednesday for several days' visit with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wetdon Hopkins. Vesper Crane of Monmouth was a supper guest of Mrs. Era John* son Thursday, Mr. and Mrs, George Rider and Larry of Larehland and Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Rader and Teri of Carlinville were recent supper guests of Mrs, Stella Morris of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. John. Scott of near Kirkwood spent an evening with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jackson and family. Mrs. Laverne Rowley of Galesburg spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Singleton and Mr. and Mrs,' George Higham, of Monmouth, spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gillen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Anderson and Jeanie Anderson of Monmouth and Debbie and Cindy Whalen of Davenport called on Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray Tuesday evening. The Blick family reunion was held July 7 at Monmouth Park. Guests were from Moline, Galesburg, New Windsor, Aledo, Monmouth, Sherrard and Larehland. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson and family attended from Larehland. Vacationers Return To Kirkwood KIRKWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ortery and Virginia went on a vacation trip to Missouri and Arkansas. They visited with Mr. and Mrs, Charles Le Hue in Missouri. Some of the places of interest they visited in Arkansas were Hot Springs, Lake Kfltherlne, Roaring River and Table Rock, Mrs. Harry Green and lltlb daughter Debbie of Macomb visit* ed Friday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, R. P. Hancock, ' » _ 1 In ii »2 Danish farmer! supplied 1,360,600 mink skins. Qrace Episcopal Church ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ITS NURSERY SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN W«d., Sept. 4,1963 APPLICATIONS NOW BEING RECEIVED. For information tee article in today's Register-Mail, or call Rev. George W. Degraff, 343-3504 or 342-3526, Mrs. Donald G. Cox, 343-4483. Sponsored by the DOWNTOWN GALESBURG RETAIL ASSOCIATION SALE DAY One Day—Wednesday, July 17th—Sale Starts 9a.m Come Down Town and SHOP OUTSIDE! Special Selling Tables Will Be Set-up OUTSIDE by Each Merchant ... FANTASTIC BARGAINS Both on the SIDEWALK and INSIDE Each Store! GALESBURG Special Added Attractions!! PARK and CARNIVAL RIDES TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Carnival will be set up on Kellogg Street between Main and Ferris. FEATURING Merry-Go-Round Ferris Wheel Whip Boots Airplanes Autos EXCITEMENT and FUN FOR ALL! SIDEWALK DAY Sponsored by the following DOWNTOWN RETAIL ASSOCIATION MEMBERS A & P Food Store Badger Paint Store Bank of Galesburg L. B. Bell Co. Berg's T.V. & Appliances Black Brothers Hardware Bloomquist Shoes Brown Lynch Scott Bowman Shoe Store Burgland Youth Fashions Carroll's Book Store Carson/ Pirie, Scott & Co. Clay's Wallpaper & Paint Continental Custer Inn DeForest Paint Dunsworth Book Store Doyle Furniture Co. Doyles Gift Shop Eichhorn Jewelers Farmers & Mechanics Bank Fashion Bootery First Galesburg National Bank & Trust Co. Fleck's Frankel's Apparel Galesburg Glass Co. Galesburg Register-Mail Gamble Store Gene's Appliance Gerwigs W. T. Grant Co, Ted Grothe Shoes Halperns Hawthorne Drug Co. Heart's Jewelers Holcomb Studio Intra State Telephone Co. Ida Ann Shoppe Jack's Supply Store 0. T. Johnson's Kellogg-Drake Kiddie Korner Kinney Shoes Kline's Department Store Knox Electronic S. S. Kresge Kroger Co. Leath & Co. Lindstrom's Radio & T.V, Mechanics Homestead & Loan Midwest Photo New China Cafe Elsa Marie - Berl Nord Jeweler Arthur J. Nyman Sons Osco Drug Palmgren J. C. Penney's Pittsburgh Plate Glass Reed's Self Service Shoes Ringlien Kitchen Appliances Scondia Bakery & Lunch Sears Roebuck & Co. Sheahon's Men's Wear The Platter Maurita Dale Shop Skrivan Gift Shop Lea Stein Luggage & Sporting Goods Stern & Field WAIK WGIL Wolgreen's Gale Ward Sporting Goods West Drug Company

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