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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

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it2 Jaateiburri ft«atitir'Mai.l..Gotesbura; HI. Wed., July17, 11*63 Oneida Area News Notes ONEIDA-A Sunday evening picnic held at tfii holBe of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin LaDuke and family. Thorn attefidtag were Mr. and Mrs. Sherill Terpening and David and Mr. aiid Mrs. AI Weaver, of Galesburg* and Ralph LaDuke of Mondovi, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corcoran and family of Independence, Iowa, spent July 4 at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corcoran. Mrs. Charles Corcoran was recently dismissed from the Cottage Hospital after surgery on her hand. Wardrobe-in-One FKINTED PA1 1 tRIX Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carlson of Ketchikan, Alaska, are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester • Carlson. They attended a cookout breakfast at Little John Conservation Club. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hannam, Wayne and Alan and Mrs. Edith Mitchell and Helen. Mrs. Paul Voss, Valerie and Janie of San Diego, Calif., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Rylander. They will remain while Paul, who works for the Navy electronics laboratories in San Diego and is presently assigned on a special project in Ghanzi, Bechuanaland, Protectorate, Africa. Miss Jane Hunter of Alexis visited Lois Edwards over the weekend. Miss Marilyn Morris also of Alexis visited Chris John son. The Alexis girls were cabin mates of Chris and Lois at Camp Neighborhood House, Chillicothc Presbyterian Camp, earlier this summer. Leave for Texas Mrs. Dollie Branson and Ralph Vassar left two weeks ago for Oklahoma and Texas, .visiting en route with her sister, Mrs. Etta Homberg of Walters, Okla. Mrs. Branson stayed at the home of her sister and Ralph went to Kaleen, Tex., where he visited his brother, Phillip M. Vassar After a week in Texas, he re turned to Walters and Mrs. Homberg and Mrs. -Rronson accom panied him to Huntsville, Ala., where they spent several days with Mrs. Branson's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Jackson, returning to Oneida July 8. Ralph LaDuke stopped Sunday for a visit with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin LaDuke and family. He was en route from Texas to Mondovi, Wise. They attended the ROVA-Atkinson Babe Ruth baseball game and he left for his home in Mondovi. Miss Jo Anne Mayers has returned to Port Byron after a week with 'relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Don Coon, Vicki and Bruce. Miss Mary Coleman and Louis Coleman spent Thursday in Williamsfield at the home of their nephew, Howard Milroy and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Collopy and daughter, Lee Anne also were guests at the Milroy home. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tuleen of Oak Park and their granddaughter, Christine Yarger of Kalamazoo, Mich., were recent guests of . .Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilbur Asplund. FIFT\ CENTS In coins tot this I m i_ ., j j n , , - ,. pattern—add 15 cents for each pat- They attended the baptism ot tern for. first-class mailing and | Carla Elizabeth, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berkley Johnson at Wataga Lutheran Church Martha and Jim Asplund were the sponsors. Also attending were Mrs. Florence Johnson, paternal grandmother, and Laura and James, brother and sister of Carla Elizabeth. After church service the group were dinner guests at the AS­ SIZES 14'/ 2 -24I4 NOTE: Sand pattern ozdars direct to New York. Watch addraia balow. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galeiburg newspaper office. You're off to a fine start with this pattern—one dress for city, one for sun! Choose from delectable, new thrifty cottons, linens. Printed Pattern 4501: Misses' Sizes 10. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 slim dress 3',i yards 35-inch; full 3 5 / B yards special handling. of Gaiespurg fiegi Mail, 411, Pattern Dept.. 243 W. 17th Adams, care mailing Send to Anne ales burg Register- St., New Vork 11, ti Y. Print S lainly NAME. ADDRESS with ONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern—any one you choose in new Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. Guests Dine At Fairvieiv Residence FAIRVIEW — A potluck dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schleich and sons Jack, Frederick and Charles. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cattron and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Cattron, newlyweds, who were honored with a linen shower. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Latimer, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor, Mi', and Mrs. John Schleich and Harriet Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Schleich and Warren Dickson, Marion Schleich, Eugene Schleich and Belle Schleich. Callers in the evening were Mrs. Ada Hagaman and daughter Martha. plund home. Alexis Class Greets Guests at Meeting ALEXIS—The Friendship class of the Evangelical United Brethren Church met in the church July 11. Devotions were by Mrs. Harold Knupp who read two articles, "Unselfishness" and "'Don't Be Afraid to Live." Mrs. Charles K. Johnson entertained with a penny contest. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Lila Scott and Mrs, Hazel Swiler. Mrs. Dean Cook and Miss Louann Nelson were guests. Rhode Island is the smallest state in the Union; Delaware is second smallest. CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner •When you say *at slight additional cost,' CeneraL «4H you to more specific? One billion • • . two billion dollars?" AR s¥2rCHU LB ARftu* - BOM E CHUCK ROAST. OSCAR. I IIII MAYER LUM PIONEER. I A COLBY LU HEOM MEATS B0L0GNA..6 07; PICKLE & P1MEMT0..7 07. PEfc LIVEIUHEESE..7QL. .PK6. GH0 CHEESE •vv ..«49t FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF ARMOU INfl INCLUD ROASTS 6R.0 CASCADE IN • • • • 29 Oi g GRAPE DR.IMK. WELCH AD E 6R.APE WELCH JELLY. 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Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office. All the girls favor knit suits for Fall—for Winter. Smart as separates, too. Knit suit always a fashion hit. Knit, purl plus cables — easy to make, double-brcastcd. Pattern 790; girls' sizes 6-8; 10-12; 14 included. Thirty-five cents in corns toi tms pattern—add 15 cents tor each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 74. Needlecraft Dept. P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station. New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs In our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—just outl Fash- Ions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew. weave,, embroider quilt. Plus tree pattern. Send 25 cents now. Avon Group Has Guests At Meeting AVON — Avon Homemakers Extension Unit held its July meeting in the Federated Church. Mrs. Marvin Staggs, chairman, welcomed members of the Avon Scissors Sisters and Avon Merry Makers 4-H clubs as guests. . The chairman introduced Mrs. George Swinger, Mrs. Marvin Staggs, Mi's. Hobart Lock Jr. and Mrs. Roger Carr as leaders of the Scissors Sisters Club, and Mrs. E. R. Carr and Mrs. Bill Mason as leaders of Merry Makers Club, i The girls from both clubs presented their projects in sewing, cooking and handicrafts. Thirty- six girls modeled the dresses they had made this summer, and the handicrafts on display were luncheon cloths, stenciling, photography, Swedish weaving, pillows, trays and knitting. The girls from the cooking club displayed their various projects in cakes, quick breads, yeast breads and menus. The annual picnic for members and families will be held Aug. 14 in the Prairie City Park. Avoid Misery MIAMI (AP) — Dr. Charles G. Werner, University of Miami philosophy professor, told a young people's group how to keep from being miserable. He said a person must work out a balance between the way le thinks people should treat him and the way they actually do. Wed> July )%\m Coloradmns Entertained At Fairview FAifiVtEW - Mr. and Mfi. Bruce Rawsoti of DeiiVef, Co!©., nre visiting In the homes of Ml* atives and friends here. Forest McComb ot Fairview hfli been dismissed from the Graham Hospital. Pfc Anthony Masocco of Pt. Riley, Kan., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masocdd. Mrs. Hepsy Wright of NorriS spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Luella Melick. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hockstetler ot Newburg, Ind., were overnight visitors Saturday in the honrfe of Mr. and Mrs. William Vin Camp. Mrs. Hattic Mahr moved Thursday to her new home in Bushnell. Fred Howerler has purchased her property in Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Brown of Canton were callers in the Josj Bolcnder home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Massoco returned home Thursday from a 2- week vacation through the northern states. They attended the international rally at Wally Byam Caravaneers at Bemidji, Minn. They made stops in Wisconsin and Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Miss Tressie Masocco of Rockford, who was vacationing there, accompanied them home. Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mahr and Mr. and Mrs. Galen Mitchell attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Glore in Ellisville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Mitchell recently visited a cousin, Mrs. Mabel Smith, iin Tremont, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cable of Eureka, were callers Sunday iri the Kermit Harden home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Voorheesi and son of Davenport visited Sunday in the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Lelia Voorhees. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hagaman and family of Terripe, Ariz.* ar« visiting relatives and friend* here. Miss Mildred Locke is attending Teachers Training College at Muncie, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Whitej spent the weekend in Waukegan with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Niemi and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ray and family of Clayton, Mo., spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Esther Ray. Jennifer r«> turned home with them after a week's visit here. Mrs. Bernice White of London Mills spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nell Lindstrom. Mr. and Mrs. George Vollmar, Miss Margaret Bolender of Fairview; Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Carrison, Canton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simons, Ellisville, attended a family picnic Sunday at the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geess> man in Trivoli. Women of the Reformed Church served supper to members of thf Farmers' Elevator in the chapej Monday. Name Supply Pastors Rev. Bartel Bylsma and family are on vacation. Vacation pulpit suppliees are: July 21, Rev. Benjamin Le Fevre; 28, Rev. Gerald Hagaman; Aug. 4, Richard Huizenga, and 11, Rev. Ira Moats. Oneirlan Confined ONEIDA - Mrs. Gladys Murdock of Oneida is a patient at Forest Park Home, 619 N. E. Glen Oak, Peorra, 111. READ THE WANT ADS! 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