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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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Yates City News Topics YATES CITY - Mrs. Dorothy Harrison, Mrs. Peggy Brim of Peoria, Mrs. Nora Gahskton of Mount Vernon and Mrs. Minnie Greenwalt of Whittier, Calif, were Aug. l callers in the homes of Mrs. Muriel Jones and Donald Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Don Burgess Sunday had dinner with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grubb in Galesburg. Mrs. Harold Ford, Ann and Greg, of Peoria, July 31 had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. George Ford. Mr. and Mrs. James French spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dalton and son Steve, who celebrated his 11th birthday. Members of the Yates City Senior Woman's Club revision committee met in the home of Mrs. Lela Webber, chairman, July 24. Bylaws were read and revised. These revisions will be presented to the September club meeting. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laurson Sunday was the scene of a birthday party honoring their nephew, Bruce Coulter of Elmwood, who celebrated his fifth birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Coulter, Douglas and Barry with Bruce, of Elmwood, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohman, Pam, Patty, Randy and Mike, of Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Randall of Peoria. Mrs. Mamie Russell of Rose- THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? YES! / row Mutual OF OMAHA" Mutual of Omaha liuuranet 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. R. I. THOMAS, MGR. 309 BONDI BLDG. PH. 343-8583 • mmNtA,l»t.TJ<.t«HU.M.O». "Can we accept Jimmte'e father's credit card?" ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler. Returns Home Sandra German has returned home after spending a few days with the Paul Kellstadt family in Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Triloff attended the funeral services of his nephew, Leonard Erxleben, in Pekin July 31. Mr. and Mrs. George Haley and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harley attended the funeral services for their relative, Jerry R. Hayden, in Manito Aug. 1. Mr. Hayden was 19 and was killed in an auto accident. Mrs. Mabel Butterfield, Keith and Kurt, returned home Saturday, after spending a week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Malstrom at Creve Coeur, Mo. The families were neighbors during their residence in Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore had as their Saturday supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Parker and Judy of Elmwood, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Baxter, Mrs. Hattie Murphy of Farmington and Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCann of Trivoli. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker and Kevin Dean of Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Cunningham and Toby entertained at a cookout Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Don Murphy of Pekin and James Maxwell of Yates City. Kathy, John and Dan William­ son of Mansfield, Ohio, are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Mur iel Jones, and the Donald Taylor family. Mrs. Sylvia Moore was a Sunday dinner guest of her son Arthur and wife and also attended the Brown family reunion in the Harvest Home Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitchpatrick and Karen were Sunday dinner guests of his brother Wayne and family in Glasford. They were accompanied home by Lorna Fitchpatrick, who spent a few days with Karen. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Porter and Jim returned home Saturday after spending a vacation at Tur key Run, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard German and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stockham in Canton. Mrs. Edson Bowman had as her recent guests, Mrs. Susie Slayton, Mrs. Eva Chamberlain, Mrs. Lela Webber and Mrs. Harley C. Fuller. If you enjoy anchovies and want to cut down on their salty flavor, soak them in a little cold water before using. And here's a fine way to use them: drench thick slices of ripe red tomatoes with French dressing top the slices with the anchovies. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Safest place for your valuables A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX Make sure your important papers and valuables are safe. Cost: only pennies a week. Safest way to carry your money AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVELERS CHEQUES Safer than cash. Accepted everywhere. Promptly refunded if loet* Always good. Charges, only a penny a dollar.,. SATURDAY BANKING HOURS 9 A.M. to 12 Noon Bank of Galesburg A Trust Company MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL. RESERVE SYSTEM Main at Kellogg Birthdays Celebrated at Yates City YATES CITY-Mr. and Mrs. Marten Blust entertained at a cookout Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Perryrnan, Jack and J. D. Mr. and Mrs. Merman Laurson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Perryman of Yates City. The gathering was to honor Mrs. Floyd Perryrnan and Marlen Blust, who celebrated their birthday Aug. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Blodgett Sunday served a dinner in honor of their son Mike, who celebrated his seventh birthday. Guests were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Brennan and Don of Farmington, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tice, Don, Diana and Rita, of London Mills and Norma Jean and Karen Zink. Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge aand family attended a birthday dinner honoring their two nieces, Susan Boswell, 4, and sister, Lynn, 2, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boswell in East Peoria Friday evening. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boswell, Mr. and Mrs. David Covey and John of Peoria. Mrs. Robert Runyon entered the Galesburg Cottage Hospital Sunday for surgery. Mrs. Emma Housman suffered a severe fall in her home recently. Her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Sherman of Abingdon, spent Monday with her. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dixon spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Parks and family in Kewanee. Bernard Maxwell and Darrell Feldner left Saturday for a vacation in California. Mrs. James Goodwin Greg and Tommy Sunday motored to Plateville, Wis., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Loy and Frank. They were accompanied home by her daughter, Peggy Goodwin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harkness of Galesburg were Sunday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ford. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rector had as their Monday guests Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Swigert of Peoria. Mrs. Glenn Foster and son Bob of Yates City, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Law of Peoria, left Sunday for a vacation in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. John Lundquist and son Jack returned home Sunday from a vacation in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Canada and other Western states. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore returned home Monday from a vacation spent in the Northern and Western states. Mr. and Mrs. William Rich of Edwards Sunday were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Triloff. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Copple and Jeff spent Sunday in Peoria with Mr. and Mrs. Bill McKeever and family. Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Thursdov, Aua. 8> 1963 5 OUR ANCESTORS tyOttlncy "Put this crank in your oast and I won't havt to look tht earl" St. Augustine News Notes ST. AUGUSTINE-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miles and their family of Galesburg were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlei Wagy. Miss Joyce Ralston and Raymond Sandy, of Burlington were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. Don Majors and family of Richmond were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clete Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Allison visited with Mrs. Harriet Cameron of Avon, Sunday. Mrs. Nelle Smith returned home from Sunnyland and Peoria where she visited with her sister, Mrs. Ethel Wick, and her niece. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bailey spent two weeks at their vacation home in Ozark Acres in Arkan­ sas, white they were there, they swam, boated, fished, tnd flu* proved their home. They also spent time in Jones* boro, Eureka Springs, Bull Shotei Dam, and West Plains, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey spent a few days at Ozark Acres. It was their first visit there. "Leaf" lard, called for in old' fashioned recipes, is made from pork kidftey fat. Oft. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 143-6317 or 341-301* 33S B MatB HouMt • A.M. to ft P.M. Fridays! I A.M. to i:S0 P.M. Wadnatday'i TU Noon Wife of a knight is called "Lady" in Great Britain. Hallberg Kin HoldReunion The 34th annual Hallberg reunion was held Sunday at Lake Storey with 60 members in attendance. Committee members in charge of arrangements included Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hallberg and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Goehrig. The next reunion will be held at Lake Storey with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallberg, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hallberg in charge. Mrs. Ida Hallberg was extended recognition as the oldest member present, and David Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson, the youngest. Members present were Siverd Bodin, Mrs. Sophia Bodin, Chesterton, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. William Hallberg, Mrs. Selma Nelson, Mrs. Ida Hallberg, Matiel Hallberg, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hallberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallberg and Carolyn, Galesburg vicinity. Others from the Galesburg area were Mrs. Esther Hallberg, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Nelson, Mr. and Mrs Howard Hallberg and family, Wil liam Hallberg, Harry Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hallberg Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Morris and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cautwell and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs Paul Gustafson and Paula, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Goehrig, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Huff, Mr. and Mrs Paul Nelson, Mr and Mrs. Carl Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family. Also present was a guest, Ricky Hare, Beardstown. three teaspoons of cold water to the egg. These same proportions of egg and water may be used when you are dipping food in the mixture before coating with crumbs. 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