Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
Page 10
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* x T-« '.J - • P. L ^ F ^ - 1 * •y ._J ^ . , 1 i .JT J . - r i I 1 J * a* t ' it In Ban Talks JOSiPIt w. «RIOO PARIS CUM) - President Charles de Gaulle risks finding himself left out in the cold in the fast-developing reconciliation between Moscow and the West There was no empty chair wait* Ing for Prance in the current East-West nuclear test ban talks in Moscow. There simply was no chair at all. There is a growing feeling in Western capitals that a summit meeting of President Kennedy, British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev might result next winter if a test ban agreement, even a limited one, is signed. But, curiously, little or nothing has been said about the possibil ity of De Gaulle taking part, too. It simply is assumed he woul< not. Get Little Encouragement In fact, De Gaulle's whole atti tude toward the cold war and reconciliation with Moscow has done little to encourage his Allies to try to get him in on the act. He has refused consistently to gradov,' tried to get De Gaulle to have any part in diplomatic | abandon his own nuclear testing "probing" talks with the Russians in the past 18 months. He boycotted the Geneva disarmament conference on the I so too. F What DID you think a Planter's Punch was. Guvnor?" stroyed. In fact, he obviously is determined un il France has its own independent nuclear striking force. Recently, Khrushchev, in a private message conveyed by his Paris Ambassador Sergei Vino- Project BELMONT - The Methodist men of the Little York charge will sponsor a chicken barbecue Saturday night at the Methodist Church in Little York. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ricketts and children were Sunday evening visitors in the Parker Hull home near Biggsville. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bums of Rushville spent an evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Darrah. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Melton and children attended a Melton family dinner at the Murl Melton home near Kirkwood Sunday. The seven brothers and sisters and r their families and their parents Mr. and Mrs. Ora Melton were present the first time in seven years. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Melton, Linda, Lois, Bob, Jack and Donna; Mr. and Mrs. Ora Melton of Little; l e St. Augustine • rttt tf MM, fee. Tjl Sat, UX'PotOff. news conference. He has sched- York; Mr- and Mrs< Jerry Melton> if the United States, Britain and Russia reach an agreement to do ground that it would achieve nothing. He has cold-shouldered the talks on a nuclear test ban. His argument was that any test ban agreement would be useless un* less all existing nuclear stockpiles and the vehicles for launching nuclear weapons are de- Wedding Anniversary New Home Birthday Just To Be Nice We Have the Gift and Card for You to Give MBERS THE GIFT SHOP NIVW ISV3 6H DeGaulle Remains Firm De Gaulle's reply was not made public. But it apparently showed no disposition to unbend on his part. The French leader has made his position clear on a possible reconciliation between Moscow and the West. He will not negotiate until Russia quits threatening the West, particularly over Berlin. He believes a reconciliation will come some day and that it will be hastened by the Moscow-Peeing quarrel over world Communist leadership. But so far he has not indicated he sees any sign that Russia is ready yet to talk turkey without threats or duress. De Gaulle has kept silent on these and other major foreign policy issues since his Jan. 14 uled another one July 29. French officials and foreign diplomats are waiting with interest to see whether the tough uncompromising De Gaulle of last winter may have thawed out enough to join in bringhig East- West relations out of the deep freeze. Reunion Held By Families NEW WINDSOR-Ralph Young of Cambridge was elected president at the Gustus-Briggs family reunion recently at Landit Lake near Joslin. Other officers are Richard Miller of Ophiem, vice president, and Mrs. Jean Osborn of Moline, secretary. Mr. arid Mrs. E. M. Nelson of Galesburg were appointed to tiake the reservations at Lake Storey at the Lions Shelter for the 1964 reunion July 12. Approximately 50 relatives and friends attended the 26th annual event. Among the out-of-state relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith, son Perry ind daughter Norene of Inman, Kan. A worker honey bee's seven- pronged mouth easily takes up pollen. Gary, Mary Sue and Kathy of Seaton; Mr. and Mrs. Deen Lincoln, Sarah, Ginger and Mariann of Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olson, Peggy, Nancy and David of Seaton; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns, Connie, Charlie, Herbie, Sally and Scottie of Morfmouth; Mrs. Don Miller and children, Jeannie ' and Dwight of Beuna Vista, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Polek, Mary, Mark and Carl of California; Mr. and Mrs. James Melton, Mike and Julie of Fort Collins, Colo.: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Melton and Cindy of New Castle, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Murl Melton and Ann of Kirkwood. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fredrickson and children spent Sunday afternoon at the Dell Burns home near Gerlaw. Mrs. Clayton Douglas, Deni se and John of Wichita, Kans. and Mrs. John Chambers of Arkansas City, Kans. spent the weekend at the Russell Darrah home. At Shike Home DeAnne and Mark Lee of Kirkwood spent Saturday night at the Merlin Shike home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fredrickson and Timmy and Mike Fredrickson and Miss Pat Madigan of ,GaIesburg spent Sunday in Peoria. Danny Fredrickson spent Sunday with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Rollan Terpening and Evtrything I did driving home waft wrong. Not one traffic cop, not two traffic cops, but three ' traffic cope called me 'Mac'!" Little Yorkers attended tht Swighart reunion at Lake Storey. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Terpen-. . - ing of Larchland, Mr. and Mrs. Al*p |-rVPPtpri Lawrence Fredrickson and sons, 1 ^ viv^iuu and Miss Pat Madigan spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fredickson, Mike and Darlene, in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Pete Fredrickson. ST, AUtmSTiNB - Election of offfcers for the new yftar was held at the St. Augustine Christian Church Sunday. Elders are Elmer Powell, Paul VanVelser, Vernon Allison and Gerald Peterson; deacons, Bill Boydstun, Leo Landon, Tom Prior, Larry VanVelser; minister, Melton Crain. Sunday school superintendent, Leo Landon; assistant, Vernon Allison; piahist, Judy Landon; songleader, Vernon Allison; Sunday school secretary-treasurer, Roberta Kflburn; assistant, Loret* ta Peterson; church secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Paul VanVelser, and church song leader, Mrs. Melton Crain. St. Augustine Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miles and family of Galesburg visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagy, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wagy and family of Blandinsviile were also visitors. Mary Lea and Sharron I/mg are vacationing in Excelsior, Minn. Miss Joyce Ralston will be honored at a miscellaneous shower at St. Augustine Christian Church Friday evening. At Reunion LITTLE YORK Forty-nine Rio Area persons attended a family reunion "JXlgy ^m^ IV /lf"P<8 Sunday evening at the Murl Mel-' &™9 1 1 UW9 Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson t( >n home at Kirkw Attending entertained the following at dinner from here were Mr. and Mrs. Ora Sunday; . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Melton, Mrs. Don Miller and chil- Peterson of Rock Island; Mr. and dr ® n and Mr., and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Harold Weis and Linda of Melton and family. Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Em- thorn and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Emstrom and children of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Packingham of Henderson; Mrs. Effie Dahl of AJexis; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Anderson of Aledo, and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson of Seaton. Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and sons spent Sunday at the C. V. Raymond home in Bushnell. Other guests present during the day were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mariner and family of Prairie City and the R. L. Raymond family of Larchland in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mis. C. V. Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Martin of Roseville spent Saturday evening at the James Martin home. Studies of the composition of meteorites have helped scientists design reentry shields for space vehicles. Mr. and Mrs. Ri*chard Hess and family spent the weekend with Mrs. Hess' sister, Mrs. Dorothy Hardin.' Mr. and Mfs. Roland Best and family of Decatur spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Anna Best. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Munson are visiting relatives in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Keithly attended the wedding of Keithly's nephew in Rockford Saturday afternoon. They spent the remainder of the weekend v/ith Mr. and Mrs. B. Sandburg. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dixon were Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson of Morton. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Darrah had as guests Saturday night Mrs. John Chambers of Ailcansas City, Ark., and Mrs. Clsyton Doublas of Wichita, Kan. Jlio Fire Department was called out for a grass fire Sunday at 12:20 p.m. on the Lewis Gard farm, northeast of Rio. Mrs. Delbert Litchfield was a judge for the 4-H clothing project at the fair in Little York Saturday. Mrs. Claire Pottorf, Jo and Jean, have been in Salt Lake City, Utah, for a month's vacation, visiting with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thomas. They returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith, Little York, accompanied by his nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Smith, Culter, visited at the Roger Loveridge home Saturday. They also brought home their granddaughter, Alta Kay Loveridge. She had stayed overnight to attend the Little York fair. FEET ACHE, ITCH? Vi of aU your bones are in the feet. No wonder they ache, swell, perspire, itch. Bathe feet twice daily with T-4-L Solution for relief of the 52 bones, 66 joints plus ligaments. Curbs athlete's foot, too (sloughs off infection — watch healthy skin replace it) or your 48c back at any drug store if not I pleased IN ONE HOUR. TODAY at I Oico Drugi; Hawthorn* Drug Co. HUNDREDS OF PAIRS, DOZENS OF STYLES REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE. SAVE 50% AND MORE. r VALUES TO 6.99 SPRING AND SUMMER GROUP GROUP GROUP Entire stock of spring and summer dress heels reduced. Includes whites, bones, patents, blacks and browns. Many styles and colors to choose from. Bo early and save dollars on these fantastic values. row's leaders. They guarantee a great future for America. The Electric Cooperatives of Illinois share the cost of our schools do so. ENTIRE through payment of state and local taxes—and are happy Each of Illinois' 27 Electric Cooperatives pays taxes under the same laws as other Illinois businesses, Like over 27,000 other Illinois businesses and organizations, they are assessed no direct income tax, however, because SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES they operate on a not-for-profit basis Paying their fair share of taxes is one of the many ways the Electric Cooperatives of Illinois help build a strong America, NOW TWO tow, LOW PRICES 8UY NOW AND SAVE DOLLARS Dozens colors stylet from. Whites, bones, patents and pretty pastels, sizes. Electric Cooperatives of Good For All 1 Illinois SE SfcK s 1 in Sr n) OFIN 9,9 MONDAY , FRIDAY 9-5 Qthw Dayi |«cept Sut. till 6 r SIMMNNUAl All Summer MtrcttMdlM Qrottly Roducod lor Quick Cltaranc*.' Men's Summer Suits ALL BRANDS INCtUDID Regular to $110.00 Men's Summer # Pants Ragular to $24.95 $7 $10 m $14 M> Bonlon Shirts Regular to $8.95 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts Regular to $8.95 $088 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts Regular to $3.95 MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS Regular to $45.00 <24 '34 STRAW HATS MIN'S and tOYT Swim Trunks AND Walk Shorts 0OFP LADIES' SUMMER Sportswear OPEN MONDAY and FRIDAY fill 9 P.M. Downtown Galesburg

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