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August 14, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

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i 4. I 4 Hickle Kin Hold Annual Reoni on Eleventh annual Hickle family reunion was h^ld* at the Lake Storey Lions Club Shelter Sunday with 41 relatives and eight guests present. A business meeting was held, conducted by Clifford Teel, president. Family members decided to hold the 1964 reunion on the second Sunday of August at the same location. Elected as president was A. £. Hickle and George Hickle was elected secretary. Oldest relatives present were A. E. Hickle and William Teel. Youngest was Deborah Teel. Those present were A. E. Hickle, Mrs. Mary Tucan, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Teel, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth /Teel and Deborah Teel, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Alteen, Mrs. Gladys Whirlpy, Mrs. James Howard and Karen, Miss Blanche Young, Mrs. Nellie Pahlund and Carol, Charlie Teel, George Hickle, Mr*, and Mrs. Harry Teel and Richard Morse. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Manthe, Donald and Gary of Cambridge; Mrs. Olive Craig and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Marian Button and Steven, Mrs. Grayce Wiley, of Kewanee; William Teel of Knoxville; Mi's. Doris McCracken and Kenneth of Rio; Mr. and Mrs. Don Neer of Moline, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Jeff and Bruce of De Long. Guests present were Lydia Rowe and Mrs. Raymond Button, of Kewanee; Linda Litton of Woodhull; Mr. and Mi's. Frederick Carlson of Galva, and Shir ley Baumgardner and John Samp son and family, of Galesburg. 27th Humes Reunion Held At Storey NORTH HENDERSON — The 27th Humes reunion dinner was held at Lake Storey Aug. 11, with 31 and two guests attending. The table grace was given by Mrs. Lena Sharer. The table grace was sent to Mrs. Sharer's sister, Mrs. Jennie Heflin of Brooklyn, N. Y. to use at the Methodist Home, where she stays Table committeemen were George Miller and Carl Swanson. Officers for the 1964 reunion are: President, Wilber Humes; vice president, George Miller, and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Lena Sharer. Oldest member present was Mrs. Lena Sharer of Alexis. Youngest was Brian Dale Crafts, 9 -month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crafts of Davenport. During the year there were five births and one marriage. The 1964 reunion will be held at Lake Storey the second Sunday in August. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller, Susan and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson, and Daleen, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mrs. Til-lie Humes and Wilber Humes and John, of North Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. William Chaney and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wenstrom and Lori of Galesburg; Mrs. Rella Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Peterson, Billy and Charla, of New Windsor, and Mrs. Lena Sharer of Alexis. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Anderson of Cambridge; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thayer and Jerry of Altona; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crafts and Brian of Davenport. Guests were Miss Judy Hodgson of Galesburg and Bub Nimerick of New Windsor. Cards Will Win If Given Chance By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Here is a hand from my good friend Gordon Keel of Vancouver. It is another illustration of the important principle that an alert declarer gives the cards every chance. NORTH (D) 14 AKQ4 VQ853 • K104 4984 WEST EAST AJ109S A87832 V064 f J • A97 48533 *K32 *J108 SOUTH A A VAK1072 • QJ6 *AQ75 Both vulnerable Nortb East South West Pass Pass 1V Pass 3» Pass 6 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 4 J Gordon points out that North was in an overbidding mood and without his very doubtful jump raise in hearts the slam would not have been bid. South won the spade opening with his ace and at first glance it appeared that success depended on the location of the king of clubs. Then he saw an extra chance and he took it. At trick two he led the jack of diamonds toward dummy. West should have clattered up with the ace and trusted that his king of clubs would provide the setting trick but West wasn't looking at all 52 cards and ducked. South proceeded to draw trumps with three leads. He discarded his last two diamonds on the king and queen of spades and led the nine of clubs. He intended to let it ride, but East covered with the jack and South's queen lost to West's king. West led the ace of diamonds. South ruffed, entered dummy with the last trump, discarded the five of clubs on the last diamond and made his slam by finessing sue cessfully against West's ten of clubs. Why did this play give South that extra chance? Because no matter how the defense went South always would make his con tract if the king of clubs was in the East hand. One manufacturer says he has sold more than 2,000 kits for the building of gyrogliders. DON'T NEED IT! w H K ? The WANT AD Number t 342-5161 Anniversary Is Observed At Alpha ALPHA — Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Ahlstrand and family of Streator; Mrs. Ralph Nyman and children of Oneida and the Archie Peterson family were guests at a potluck dinner Aug. 4 at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molberg, in honor of their mother's birthday anniversary. Mary Ahlstrand remained here for a week's visit with her grandparents, Mrs. Evelyn Hall and daughter, Nancy, have moved into the residence in the west part of town they purchased from Dan Vancil. Picnic Scheduled American Legion Auxiliary will hold its annual potluck picnic Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Legion Hall. Rolls, drink, meat and potatoes will be furnished. Those attending were asked to take table service and two covered dishes, vegetable, salad or dessert. Birthday Club Meets Jolly Neighbor Birthday Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Holger Carlson, to honor her birthday. Games were played, with prizes going to Mrs. C. W. Kronsted, Mrs. Byron Weir, Mrs. Robert Briggs, Mrs. Chris Schwartzkopf, Mrs. Eugene Jordan, Mrs. Freeland Rutledge, Mrs. Phillip Olson and Mrs. Myrtle Johnson. Guests were Mrs. Olson of North Henderson, Mrs. Johnson and Bonnie Brown. The honoree was given a gift of money. Shower Planned- A prenuptial miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Diane Bodeen will be held Friday at 8 p.m. at the Alpha Methodist Church. All women of the community were invited to attend. Since 1850, Assateague Island has "moved" 2,000 feet toward the Worcester County, Md., coastline. Tidal action erodes the coastline. St. Augustine News Notes St. AUGUSTINE - The Ryan reunion will be held Aug. 18 at Lincoln Park, Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd received word of a new grandson born at the Saunders Hospital Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Max Boyd of Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Cook of Avon are the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schisler of Abingdon were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. William Crain of Palmyra and Miss Kathy Woods of Carlinville, were visitors at the St. Augustine Christian Church Sunday. Their son is the minister at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith and son Jerry are spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lashbrook of Freeport. Mr. and Mrs. Don Foster and family of Galesburg have moved into the Sheets property. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grieve have moved into their new home which they built. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morris and daughter have spent the past week with Mrs. Doris Gray. Mrs. Gray just recently moved into her new home. Mrs. Harriett Cameron of Avon spent Sunday in the home of her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Allison. Bobby Baker returned to his home Saturday from Havasu Lake, Calif., after spending the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Don L. Hoxworth and granddaughter Terri Lynn of Bellwood spent Sunday and Monday at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd Family Moving To Crystal Lake Honored at Meet NEW WINDSOR - Mr. and Mrs. William Mack and son, who are moving to Crystal Lake Aug. 17, were honored at a picnic supper Saturday at the New Windsor Park. Mrs. Larry Johnson, in behalf of the group, presented the family with a party gift. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Elder Johnson, and Maureen Johnson, Mrs. J. W. Robb, Mrs. Edith Allen, the James Anderson family, the Robert Marinangeli family, the Dale Thurmans, Mario Forseths, the Mike Vlasicks, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benson. spent Sunday at Rushville visiting her brother Oliver Clark and family. Go.le.sbu.rg Registef-MqiL Golesburg, III, Center Prairie News Notes CENTER PRAIRIE—Mrs. Paul Muscatine Tuesday accompanied Mrs. Dorothy Peterson of Galva and other teachers who attend summer school at Bradley to Peoria where Mrs. Mustain visited at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Biederbeck. Her husband and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostrom came after her. They visited Mrs. Fairy Heer at a hospital and found her slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson of Knoxville spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. August Carlson and at the George Carlson home. Mrs. George Englund entertained the WSCS at tne church Aug. 8. They will have a tea at the church Sept. 12. Mrs. David Krans and infant son Russell Glen came home Aug. 7 from the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Carl E. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson attended the Shir­ ley and Hammond reunion at Jubilee Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and family were supper guests Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Jennie Creel. Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Vera Van Dran were dinner guests Wed, Aug, 14, f963 7 Sunday at the heme of Mr, and Mrs. George Englund. Mrs. Van Dran also called at the Wallace Elburg home. Indonesia, which has been buy* ing two-thirds of the world's cloves to scent the cigarettes manufactured there, is starting its own clove groves. Rent Eleclric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY *i Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electrlo Carpet Shampooer tor only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save big with this easy to use "do it yourself" equipment. You'll be amar.ed with the new look of your carpeting. 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Kenisan filter. Metal parts zinc cladj last four times longer. Shop at Sears and Save T 467 East Main Street Galesburg, Illinois 01 2-5141 STORE HOURS Monday and Friday | Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sai 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 1

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