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wed., Juiy p I,I/OJ 10 j^lesbuta Kegister-Mail, Ualesburg, II Texas Family Entertained At Kirkwood KtRKWOOO-Mfs. Anna Strand and her daughter, Mrs. Irene Ecklund and Karen of Harvard and another daughter, Mrs. Mabel Mann and Cynthia of Austin, Tex. were weekend guests of Mrs. Strand's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strand and family. The Elmer Strand family and their guests, together with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strand and family of Cameron and Mrs. Olive Strand and grandsons David and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ecklund of Galesburg and Paul Mahr of Kirkwood, held a picnic at Monmouth Park Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mahr and family attended a family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mahr and family at Ellisville. Others present from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson and daughter of Biggsville, and Miss Roberta Strand. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Todd and Glenn attended the seventh annual reunion of the 282nd Engineers in Morton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kindred of Goodfield were hosts. Those present were from Ohio, Kansas, Iowa, Indiana and Illinois. Mrs. William Bruning Jr. of Galesburg visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Coates. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoffman visited Sunday with Mrs. Hoffman's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bennett at Burlington. John Millar, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Millar, left Saturday with a group of boys from the Lutheran Church in Monmouth for a week at Camp Augustana at Lake Geneva, Wis. Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Houfburg were Mrs. Carl Houfburg and children, Debbie, Keven and Pamela Jo of Hammett, Idaho; Mrs. Donald Teel and children, Dale, Danny and Mark of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Fullerton and David of near Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Press and children, Sidney and Steven, have returned to their home in La Mirado, Calif, after spending three weeks with relatives and friends. At Newman Home Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newman and Miss Pauline Newman were Mr. and Mrs. Milford Behrens, Jimmy and Jane Anne of near Wyanet, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vice, Mary Sue, David and Edah Lee of kirkwood and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry and children, Terry, Jeffrey and Pamela of Burlington, Iowa. Miss Pauline Newman returned home after a 2 week visit in the Behrens home. 105th KNOX COUNTY WEEK EtfENTS 6 AFTERNOONS - 6 EVENINGS July 29, 30, 31 — August 1, 2, 3 KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS LIVESTOCK, MACHINERY, FFA AGRICULTURAL and HOBBY EXHIBITS Over $40,000 Offered in Premiums ADMISSION: AT GATE, $1.00 FREE BLEACHER AND GRANDSTAND SEATS EVERY AFTERNOON Free Bleacher Seats and Reserved Grandstand Seats Every Night CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE 17 ACRES OF AUTO PARKING Operated by Knoxville American Legion BLUE GRASS SHOWS ON MIDWAY ALL WEEK SATURDAY - KIDS DAY Reduced Prices on all Midway Rides - 1:00 - 5:00 P.M. The American Legion - Galesburg Community Band on the Stage FREE ACTS - DELAYED PARACHUTE JUMPS DAILY TONIGHT, JULY 31 TRACTOR PULL 4 CLASSES FREE COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW IN FRONT OF GRANDSTAND THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 AFTERNOON - 6 BIG HARNESS RACES Racing Program Includes the Following PACE: Free For All Pace 2 Heats - Purse $500.00 Trophy by Galesburg Soft Water Service TROT: Free For All Trot 2 Heats - Purse $500.00 Trophy by Farmers & Mechanics Bank, Galesburg PACE: Three Year Old (Northern III. Colt Assn.) 2 Heats - Purse $1,500 Trophy by Galesburg Chamber of Commerce THURSDAY EVENING • BIG CAR AUTO RACING — 7 EVENTS 7 EVENTS FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 AFTERNOON - 1:30 P.M. - 8 RUNNING RACES 5 QUARTER HORSE RACES, 2 PONY RACES 1 FARMER QUARTER HORSE RACE - CONTEST RACES EVENING — BIG CAR AUTO RACING — 7 EVENTS SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 TWO BIG SHOWS Afternoon and Evening AUT SWENSON'S AUTO THRILLCADE ALL SEATS FREE FOR AFTERNOON SHOW EVENING - BLEACHER SEATS FREE - GRANDSTAND RESERVED David and Edah Lee Vice went home with the Behrens family for a week's visit. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pence and family were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Jr. of Industry and Miss Karen Pence and Dennis Waddell of Rock Island. Sunday callers in the Charles L. Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson of Biggsville and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Danner and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moffitt and Don of Gilson. Gail Dickey of Macomb and Miss Alcinda Brown of Adair spent the weekend with Gail's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hancock. Mrs. Bertha Wheeler of Bushnell and Mr. and Mrs. Max Lober of Blanrlinsville visited .Sunday ; n the home of Mrs. Ralph Trego and Herbert. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Millar spent Sunday with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kcesler of Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Haines of Niota visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Anna Kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Yates and children, Dennis and Susan of Salem, Ore. were guests last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Shook and Billy. Mrs. Yates is Mrs. Shook's niece. Birth Record Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mahr are the parents of a girl born Sunday at Monmouth Hospital. She has been named Patricia Annette. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mahr are They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hallo H4R0SMELL6OE^OLffTHeDoY« ^ WITH MIS MISSUS TRAILING BEHIND AS SHE STRUGGLES INTO HE« COAT"'* BUT WHEM wey UMVK IHBFR^NOS' HOUSE.OH, WHAT A CONSIDERATE COAT*HOLDER HE IS THEN the paternal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. William Simmons are the maternal grandparents. Mrs. Sam Diehl of Wapello, Iowa, was an overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Smith and attended the Tinkham family reunion at Gerlaw Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jackson and family of Roseville were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs'. Archie Mcintosh and Benny. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lee, De Anne and Mark attended the wedding of Mrs. Lee's cousin, Donald Frederickson and Miss Judy Squires at the Coldbrook Christian Church. Mrs. Lee Christian Church. Mrs: Lee served as pianist for the reception following the ceremony. Nice for a bride's shower: using a heart-shaped cookie cutter or individual mold, cut out hearts from sheet cake. Sandwich the hearts together and then cover with filling-and-frosting. Green cabbage quarters and medium-sized pared potatoes and carrots need to be added to corned beef only about half an hour before the meat Is cooked through and tender. MONEY NORTHERN CREDIT CO., INC. All Typtt of Financing and Loons Available in Amounts from '50 - s 800 J 850- J 2500C Credit Life Insurance available 65 South Prairie St. Galesburg, III. PHONE 342-0144 DON DENISON, Manager PARKING FACILITIES Park Plaza Lot % block from office. 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