Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 20
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»yBalwburo Reairter-Mall, Solesbura. III. Wed,, July 24. 1963 Fair Plans Are Roll Call for Roseville Meet jjMttVBeUO «* Memtan of the pjir flatten l-tt Club met in •g* Mmt of Mr. «>d Mrs. Bruce KJIfcy it Lake Warn* for A picnic •Upper Sunday evening, Swimming was enjoyed during the afternoon, with the potluck picnic Ming served at« p.m. .Seven talks, two demonstra- ttona, routine business and an* tiouncements were included in the evening session, which began at 7 . o'clock. "What I'm Going to Show at the Roseville Fair" was the subject of the roll call. Ted Felt led in the pledge to the American Flag; Richard Rankhi led in the pledge to the 4-H flag, both of which were included in the opening ceremony. Pat Huston, in the absence of both the president and vice president, presided. Talks were given by Jack Felt on "Swine"; Eugene Lay on "Bird Study"; James Conway on the subjects of "How to Give a Demonstration"; "Beef"; "Bird Study"; "Photography" and "Recreation." Demonstrations were given by Lynn Shimmin on "Beef", and Dick and Jim Killey on "First Aid." Both of these demonstra tions were given at the county meeting on July 18 in Monmouth Announcement was made during .the meeting that the demon strations given by Richard Ice^ nogle and Lynn Ball on "First Aid" and John Huston and Jim Conway on "Tomato Worms" had placed first in the county meet ing and would automatically be given at the state fair Aug. 10 in Springfield. Mike Rodgers made a report of his attending the state judging contest in Urbam July 2. David, Jim and Dick Killey and their parents, the Bruce Killeys, were the host committee. , Circle Meets at Perrine Home Mfs. John C. Huston chose the subject of "Prayer" for the program and devotional meditation of the Esther Circle meeting Monday evening. There were 14 members who attended the meeting, held in the home of Mrs. Merlin Perrine, who was assisted in the hostess duties by Mrs. John Ockert. Mrs. Chris Balmer, vice chairman, presided during the business , session. Arrangements were made for the Aug. 8 meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, which will be in the church, beginning at 2 p.m. The WSCS executive board rs to meet RosevUle MARY MARK* ft o. Ret HI at 1:30 p.m., Mrs. K. L. Becfaft has announced. Esther Circle voted to continue helping with the church nursery. There will be no meeting in August. Next meeting will be Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. R. R. Pearson. Roscvlllc Briefs The Anti Cant class of the Roseville Methodist Church met in the Eldridge Memorial Park Tuesday noon for a picnic. Dinner was served at 12 :30 and the afternoon was spent in visiting. Mrs. Mary King is a patient at Monmouth Hospital. Her sister, Miss Millie McCaw, is spending this week in Quincy at the Sunset Methodist Home. Mrs. Frank Pratt entered Burlington Hospital Tuesday evening to undergo surgery. Property Is Transferred At Seaton Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN GALESBURO HAWTHORNE DRUG COMPANY TOU< KCTM MIKKM It— IUWTH04M41 .UVl IT SEATON—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ubben have purchased the property they reside in from Mrs Cecil Gunnell in the north part of town. The property was owned by the late Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harrison before the Gunnells purchased it. Seaton Briefs Mrs. John McLaughlin of Mon mouth spent Wednesday here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Keilman. Her sister Debbie accompanied her home for a visit. Mrs. Frank Otto returned home Wednesday by plane from Rochester, Minn., where she was a patient in the Methodist Hospital several days. Her daughter, Mrs. Fred Van Fleet of Alexis, met her at the plane in Moline. Mr. and Mrs. William Duncan and family have moved from Seaton to a trailer home in Mo line. Mr. and Mrs. Lemoine Duncan entertained at dinner at their home Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Burgess, Mr. and Mrs Glen Stancliff and Miss Ivel and Miss Rilla Bowers of Aledo. Woodhull Class Conducts Picnic WOODHULL — The Methodist Clover Chapel Adult Fellowship Class family picnic was held Thursday at the Little John Conservation Club near Victoria. Forty - eight members and 18 guests were in attendance. The next meeting of the group will be held Thursday evening with a potluck supper at the Bishop Hill State park. Small hot chili peppers may be bought pickled in vinegar in jars. LET'S ALL GO TO THE DAIRY QUEEN! I9 <t SODA SALE Regular Price 25c Thurs.-Friday, July 25-26 LIMITED TIME ONLY! Get four favorite Soda . . . just 19c. Get one tomorrow or Friday and savel (§'1963 Dairy Queen Notional Development Co. Henderson Street & Losey Grand Ave. & Farnham Mueen BUSHNELL 620 VV. Hurst St., Bushatii. Phone Bushnell 610 I Mm. Ittttfi BhMah Club Views Film on Old Glory Bushnell News Notes BUSHNELtr-Visiting Rotarians at the Bushnell Rotary Club meeting were Kenneth Bulkeley and Marion Butler, of Abingdon, and John Roberts and Robert Barclay, of Macomb, who were greeted by President J. C. Shanklin. Program chairman Rex Lomax, assisted by Rob Roark, showed a film "Stars and Stripes." The film told of observing the flag, in displaying and during a parade. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wier, Ray* mond and Sharold of Phoenix, Aril, were supper guests Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ross, Terry and Cindy Lou. Mrs. Jane Daniels was hostess to a bridge group Monday, Miss Mable Mowrey was guest and two tables were at play, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Crowl and three sons spent a few days with his mother, Mrs. Mary Crowl of Bushnell. They also visited relatives in Oalesburg before returning to their home at Oak Park Mr! and Mrs. William Hoyle and Mr, and Mrs. Russell Hoyle have been visitor! of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cadwalader and with Mr, and Mrs. Ferrell Endres. Dr. Harold Fitch was host to the two table duplicate bridge club Monday at his home. George Bucher and D. R. Daniels were guests. Dr. Fitch and Jim Robbins held the winning tallies. Under the nation's flood control program, nearly 400 projects cost' ing more than $1 billion have been completed since 19)6. These are claimed to have prevented $11 billion In flood damages. Henderson Boy Wins Trip MENDERSON-Mn Shefwood, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Sherwood, who carries the Chicago Daily News in Henderson, won a trip to Chicago on a subscription contest, and left Tuesday for two days in Chicago. While there, he attended the Cubs-Milwaukee ball game, visited ftivtsrvleV Park and Science and Industry Building. Mrs. Amy Hendricks of Herier* sen and Miss Florence Mead el Chicago accompanied Claude Cole of Henderson to Davenport Tuesday. They visited Mrs. Moltie Benson, who Is quite ill. •Public Speaking Contest Posted At Cambridge CAMBRIDGE — The annual Henry county 4 -H public speak' Ing and agriculture demonstration contests will be held Thurv day, July 25, In Cambridge, ac cording to Melvin Fink, assistant farm adviser. Judges for the contests are Mrs, John Kenward and Howard Perry of Cambridge. Mrs. Kenward will select the'top boy and girl public speakers, Perry will determine the top agriculture demonstration. Winners will par' ticipate in the slate contest! held during the Illinois State Fair. More than 25 boys and girls are expected to participate Iff this year's contest, topics for spfech may be any subject selected by contestant. 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