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12 Galesburg Register-Mail, Gaiesburg, Ilj. Wednesday, Aug. 7, 1963 Alexis Class Reunion Held At Galesburg ALEXIS — The class of 1948 of Alexis High School held a class reunion with a dinner at Harbor Lights at Galesburg Friday evening. Several classmates hadn't seen one another since graduation. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe (Mary Beth Haynes) 'Watson of Little York; Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Ruby Simonson) Mc Kelvey of Keithsburg; Mr. and Mrs. James (Wilma Sperry) Kernan of Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn (Dorrs K. Johnson) Nelson of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc Keague, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Allgeyer and Mr. and Mrs. William S. Totten, of Alexis; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson, Mr. and Mi's. Owen (Shirley Tornquist) Nail and Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Ethelyn Meeker) Whitcomb, of North Henderson. Also, Mrs. Virgil Lynch (Coyleen Elder) of Sauk City, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Orwig of Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed (Bertha Swanson) Dublo of Alexis, and Mr. and Mrs. James Litchfield of Knoxvrlle, who were class sponsors and chaperoned the seniors on their senior trip. They made plans for another reunion to be held in five years. Alexis Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raynor of Downers Grove and Mrs. Grace Dorland, Sunday, visited their sister, Mrs. J. T. Deal. Mrs. Dorland also visited her sister-in- law, Mrs. Vivian Dorland, who is ill in a Galesburg hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beck and family have moved to Arlington Heights. Beck has been superintendent of Alexis schools the past two years. Mrs. Mollie Hartzell and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kelley and son of Monmouth returned home from visiting relatives in Gramer, Ind. While they were having a family dinner, Mrs. Kelly's father, George Burns, died unexpectedly. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flood and son of Evanston have been visiting his sister, Mrs. Walter Killip. Gust Anderson was taken by ambulance to Veterans Hospital in Iowa City. MCOBY ON BRIDGE Lead From King Tough Decision By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. East won the club opening with the king and led his singleton trump. South studied the hand a long while because there was no clear cut line of play. Eventually he played two more rounds of trumps, led a heart and played dummy's nine. A combination of pasture forage, ground corn and minerals makes an ideal dairy ration for this time of year. MONEY NORTHERN CREDIT CO., INC. • All Types of Financing and Loans Available in Amounts from $50 - '800 '850 - s 2500 AND UP Credit Life Insurance available 65 South Prairie St. Galesburg, III. PHONE 342-0144 DON DENISON, Manager PARKING FACILITIES Park Plaza Lot Vi block from office NORTH 7 • J964 VKJ1095 • AQ7 + 2 WEST EAST (D) A8S3 *2 V83 VAQ76 • 9632 •KJIO *8653 *AKJ74 BOOTH AAKQ107 • 854 + Q108 Both' vulnerable East South West North 1* 1^ Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— J)U 3 East won with the queen, but there was no way for him to beat the hand since the only additional trick he could make would be the ace of hearts. A diamond opening by West would have surely set the hand. East thought that a heart lead might have also set it. East was wrong there. South could make the hand against a heart opening if he played it exactly right. However, East could have made a play at trick two that would have beaten the contract. All he had to do was to lead any one of his three diamonds. Then he would lead another diamond when he got in with the first heart and would have established a diamond trick before declarer could set up the hearts. Strangely enough, if East had held queen-jack-ten of diamonds instead of king-jack-ten he would have thought of the play. It really is tough to lead away from a king up to the ace-queen in dummy. Star-Mason Picnic Set At Yates City YATES CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Willard Staggs presided at the stated meeting of Yates City Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Aug. 1 in the Masonic Hall. Charles Speer served as color- bearer pro tern. Mrs. Albert Skinner and Lee McMullen were reported in the hospital. Mrs. Albert Skinner and Lee McMullen were reported in the hospital. Mrs. Marjorie Benson reported that the tentative institution date for Job's Daughters is Aug. 25 in Elmwood. The chapter voted to hold the Star-Mason picnic Sept. 8 and to set this date as an annual affair in agreement with the Masonic chapters of Yates City. Mrs. Gene Sherman was appointed to serve on this year's picnic committee. It was announced that Mrs. Harold Goff will serve as electa for grand lecturers night of Non- pariel chapter, Galesburg, Aug. 17. Pedigo Kin Has Reunion At Lake KIR.KWOOD - Forty-four members of the G. E. Pedigo family and two guests were at Lake Young Sunday for their annual picnic. This affair originated in 1949 and was held at Monmouth Park until 1958 when, the group first used the facilities of the local recreation area. Six of the families have since become members at Lake Young. Those attending from Monmouth were Mrs. G. E. (Mildred) Pedigo, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Arm strong and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pedigo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pedigo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Simpson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bogener and family and Mrs. John House. Others were Mrs. Ernie Johnson and daughter of Berwick; Mrs. Ron Coons and daughter of Roseville; Mr. and Mrs. Toncey Pedigo and family of Abingdon; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pedigo and family of Galesburg; Dr. and Mrs. William J. Grove and family of Maywood; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoff of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Walker of Kirkwood. Zanzibar produces 80 per cent of the world's cloves. Alpha Couple Honored on Anniversary ALPHA — Mr. and Mrs. Leland Paul observed their 25th wedding anniversary Aug. 4, and, in honor of the occasion, their children were hosts at open house Aug. 3 at the Paul home when about 50 attended. Greeting the guests and serving from an appointed table were their children, Airman and Mrs. James Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paul. Their only grandchild, Diane Evans, was baptized Sunday at the Alpha Methodist Church after which about 33 relatives gathered at the Paul home for a potluck dinner. Among the guests were three sets of four generations. The honored couple received many cards, gifts and money. Those attending came from Quincy, Bushnell, Abingdon, Carbondale, Scott Air Force Base, New Windsor, Woddhull, Lynn Center and Sherrard. Mr. and Mrs. Paul placed the altar flowers Sunday at the Methodist Church in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Parents of three million children were either separated or divorced in 1960, Population Reference Bureau figures show. Perryitians Are Complimented At Yates City YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perryman, who were recently married, were honored Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Blust. Mrs. Esther Bowman, Mrs. Marilyn Garrett and Miss Carolyn Polen assisted in serving the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perryman, Mrs. Floyd Perryman and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett Jr., Mark and Lynden, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blust, Mrs. Arzella Marchant, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Nel son, Mrs. Esther Bowman and Mrs. Esther Houseman, of Yates City. 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