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Tuesday, July 30, 1963
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Birthday Club Observes Anniversary NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. .J. P. Pctrie was hostess to the Barney Birthday Club at her home Friday. The birthday anniversary of Mrs, Delbert Nimrick and the wedding anniversary of Mrs. Roy Werts were observed. Mrs. Leonard Davison will be the Aug. 30 hostess. N. A. Rosene returned July 27 from the Veterans Administration Hospital at Iowa City where he had been a patient the past eight weeks. He underwent surgery twice on his right hand. Roy Larson of Thermopolis, Wyo., and Orville Larson of Gnlesburg visited Saturday with their 'brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert" Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Goben and family left Saturday for a visit with relatives in New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gust Johnson in Moline attending a party marking Mrs. Johnson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns ar? rived Friday from Mount Auburn, Ind., taking home Mrs. John's father Ben Ratikin after he had spent the past three weeks in Indiana. Miss Margery Ann Nelson of Chicago spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson. Oneida Society Entertained ONEIDA—The Woman's Society of Christian Service, met at the church July 24. Mrs. John Hines gave the devotions and the lesson, assisted by Mrs. Ora Olson, on "You Are a Missionary, Too." She and Mrs. Olson gave dialog and then had a discussion period. Others assisting were Mrs. Keith England, Mrs. Gene England, Mrs. Ruby Foster and Mrs. Jack Johnson. Mrs. Florence Johnson reported that 15 dozen cookies had recently been packed and sent to Chanute Freld. It was announced that a quarterly conference will be held Aug. 9. Hostesses were Mrs. Leota Moore, Mrs. Ada Wyman and Mrs. Florence Johnson. They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hallo Xt WAS BAO ENOU6M WM£M EFFLUVIA DECIDED TO COVER THE EXPENSIVE HARDWOOD PLOORS WlTM WALL*lO»WALL CARPETING-" BUT WMEM SUE COVERED TME WALL-TO-WALL CARPET WLTM ORIENTAL SCATTER RUGS -TWAT COOKED IT FOR ELKMORN Registry Cites Herd Test Results Henry England of Dahinda was among the nation's top 20 in the number of Poland China litters qualified for production registry during the first six months of 1963, according to officials of the National Poland China Record Association of Galesburg. According to the report issued by the national recording organization, the England herd qualified 26 litters for production registry during the past six months. These litters contained an average of 9.6 alive pigs per litter, with an average birth weight of 3.26 pounds per pig. College research has demonstrated that pigs of this weight at birth have 60 per cent more chance of survival to weaning as compared to two pound pigs. A grand total of 2,413 litters met the requirements for production registry in the Poland China breed during the first six months of 1963. To qualify as a production registry litter a gilt must farrow eight or more alive pigs, with a total weight of 22 pounds or more at birth. A sow must farrow nine or more alive pigs, weighing 26 or more pounds at birth. Records on each qualifying litter must be witnessed, and en- OUR ANCESTORS 'We must be near Los Angeles, Cap'n Balboa. You can cut this smoe with a knife!" tered on record at the association's office within one week of the date of birth. About 40 per cent of the value of U. S. overseas trade and almost one million passengers move through the port of New York annually. truck drivers or hairdressers? newlyweds or grandparent*? city folks or farmers Who buys more Savings Bonds ? As statistical-minded as we are today, the Treasury Department can't answer that question, The Treasury does know that.U.S, Savings Bonds are owned by tens of millions of families. So it might be safe to assume that people in every walk of life belong to this "savings club." This is a happy fact for the United States, and for the free peoples of the earth, For Savings Bond dollars are playing an important role in the making of history. This ?46 billion reserve in the government'3 hands is working vigorously today to help our country in the major struggle to defend free* dom. At the same time, Savings Bonds help build your personal purchasing power by paying good interest and providing a method of saving that's -unconditionally safe and readily cashable. And the higher your purchasing power, the better it speaks for our system. It all adds up to one of the best ways you can save money and at the same time help your country. Start buying Bonds next payday—through the Payroll Savings Plan where you work, or from any bank—and see if you don't feel pretty good about it, Alpha WSCS Schedules Study Course ALPHA - Woman's Society of Christian Service met Thursday at the Methodist Church. Hostesses were Mrs. Jess Kingery, Mrs. Georgia Dickson, Mrs. Robert Sherrard and Mrs. Irving Davison. Prayer was by Rev, Gerald Nichols. Mrs. Charles McLaughlin was elected to the office of children's work, taking the place of Mrs. Charles Mann,. who moved away. It was voted to observe guesfc night at the August meeting, and it was decided to have recognition of new members at the October meeting. Members voted to sponsor an ice cream and cake social and lunch Aug. 24, on the church lawn, and also to sponsor a rummage sale, the date to be announced. Mrs. Oscar Wing, chairman of Faith Circle, received the pin for having the largest percentage of circle members present at the general meeting. A. past president's pin was presented to Mrs. Lawrence Barton, by the president, Mrs. Paul. Mrs. H. W. Stitt reported on the district educational seminar recently at Monmouth, which was attended by a number of members. Announcement was made of the next study course "The Christian Family and Its Money," under leadership of Mrs. Douglas Plunkett, and will start Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in four weekly sessions. Mrs. Robert Clarke talked on "World Federation of Methodist Women." Mrs. Richard Rutledge was worship leader and Mrs. Max Plunkett, program leader on subject, "Interpreting the National Council of Churches." Florida Cleric h Visitor at Viola Home VIOLA - Dr. Charles G. Mann of Lakeland, Fla., accompanied by his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrisscy of Milwaukee, Wis,, visited Saturday with Rev. and Mrs. Frank McLean. Dr. Mann was formerly pastor of the Biggsvillc United Presbyterian Church and also has served as pastor of Gloria Dei Church in Rock Island. The 38th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davenport was celebrated Friday at a family dinner in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Price in Taylor Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. J. Curtis McAtcc and family returned Saturday from a vacation in northern Wisconsin. During their slay, they attended the world's champion log rolling contest at Hayward. Mrs. Robert Mclntyrc was hostess to the Brushwood Neighborhood Community Club Thursday. A program was presented by'Mrs. Tom Unsworth and Mrs. Marlee Anderson had charge of recreation. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLaughlin and family and Mrs. McLaughlin's mother, Mrs. Anna Haney, have returned from Warrensburg, Mo., where Lhey visited Mrs. Haney's son and daughler-in-1 a w, Airman 2-c and Mrs. Richard Haney. Haney is stationed at Whiteman Air Base. Fire Destroys Barn Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moreland received word that the barn on the farm occupied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Waugh of rural Kewanee, had been destroyed by fire, with the loss of milking equipment and hay. It is presumed the fire was caused by a defect in the electric wiring. The loss was partially covered by insurance. Miss Louise Brokaw of Hanover came to Viola on Friday to spend a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brokaw. In the 7th Century, the Arabs made their first sweep through all North Africa, even into what is now Morocco. Since it appeared to be the end of the world, they called it Maghreb el Aksa, "the Extreme West-land." Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Tuesday, July 30, J 963 3 TIZZY By Kate Osatiti "Co^ild you tell me what Goldilocks said again—this time without the potato chips in your mouth?" Surprise Party Is Held at Neiv Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Miss Margaret Carlson, who returned from an Evanston hospital recently, was honored at a surprise party at her home July 25. Neighbors and friends who spent the afternoon with her were: Mrs. Emily Enstrom, Mrs. Alma Vanstrom, Mrs. Edwin Peterson, Mrs. Harlan Peterson and daughter Trudy, Mrs. Henry Bridger and granddaughter, Mrs. Stewart Thorp and son Stephen. Mr. and Mi's. Stanley Bellinger were July 23 visitors at the home of Margaret Carlson. Visitors Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keim were Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Doolittle of Downers Grove L Dr. ind Mrs. Larry Samuels and family of Iowa City, Iowa, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Samuels. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Anniversary Celebrated at Kirkwood KIRKWOOD — Honoring Mrs. Fred Mudd's birthday, July 18, children, grandchildren and great­ grandchildren, of Mr. and Mrs. Mudd, gathered rn the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Persch- nick, south of Kirkwood. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sargeant of Knoxville; Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker Sr., Bill and Joyce of Alexis; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Persch- nick Jr. of Monmouth; Mi's. Robert Hamilton and Elizabeth of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Mary Elizabeth Perschnick. Miss Newman Returns Miss Pauline Newman, who has been on a 2 -W3ek vacation, returned to her home in Kirkwood Sunday, and will be in charge of the news again. TSebraskam Are Honored At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD - A picnic supper honoring Mrs. Martha Seibrandt and son Jerry was held at Young's Lake Thursday. Present for the occasion, besides the honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Livingston, Mrs. Seibrandt's parents, of Rose* ville, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Livingston and son David, brother and sister-in-law and nephew, of Monmouth and Henry Palmer of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jones, grandparents, and Ralph MonM* cue of Kirkwood. Martha and Jerry returned to their home in Omaha, Neb., Saturday, after a week's visit with relatives and friends here. William Newton was in Rock Island on business part of last week and also visiting in the homo of his grandson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jay C. Newton, and daughter. Taily Ann and Tawna Jane of Silvis. Jay came for his grandfather and brought him back home. Only 109 meteorites have been discovered in Australia. Six times that many are known in the United States. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Medical experts urge a more liberal use of salt during hot weather, especially by persons who do hard manual work. THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS; IS IT AVAILABLE? OF OMAHA^ Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co. Call me for full information on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, offered by Mutual of Omaha, the company that insures more than 1 million 200 thousand senior citizens. 8.1. THOMAS, MGR. 309 BONDl BLDG. PH. 343-8583 W0. i * <fe<» %)C >v Keep freedom in your future with (J,f t iAVIHOS BONDS Tht VS. Qovtmmtnt tot* tut p*y tor thU vivtrlirint,. 'V ^lWmrt Footprints of Its Colleges CLAREMONT, Calif. (AP) This city, home of six colleges, is experimenting with a plan to put ceramic seals of the colleges in its sidewalks. The Scripps College seal, in color and about eight inches in diameter, has been embedded in the sidewalk in downtown Claremont. City officials and George De- Beeson, who made the seal, check regularly to see how it is holding up under foot traffic. If they decide it is durable enough, they will propose that a service club undertake the project of installing all the colleges' seals. READ THE WANT ADS! 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