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Yates City News Notes YATES CITY-Mayof and Mrs. A. L. Rector spent Sunday with relatives in Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridg* and family were callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gramley in Oeneseo Friday, Mrs. Peggy Roberts and daugh ter Rosie of Waukegan spent*the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Rus sell Tate and in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thurman and daughters. Mrs. Roberts, Mrs Thurman, Sally and Jeri attended the state fair in Springfield Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bell spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bell in Avon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Booth and family attended the state fair in Springfield Saturday Mr. and Mrs. George Ford of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs Norman Ford, Jean, Gary and Politicians'-' (Continued from page 4) elect a new leader in place of Mr. Welch. Moreover, Goldwater was merely repeating what he had said on numerous earlier occasions. If this constitutes "standing silent," then Yellowstone's Old Faithful geyser is a dry hole. GOLDWATER, for many months now, has actually been Robert Welch's most informed critic. He does not smear Mr. Welch as "preparing to wed his society to racism," for Welch has more than once said that he welcomes the help of anybody, whether Christian, Jew or Negro, in the fight against communism. But Goldwater has attacked Welch where he really is vulnerable, and that is on the score of seeing party-card communists or their conscious accomplices in places that the late Joe McCarthy himself would have deemed absolutely innocent. The main drawback that this columnist sees in the Goldwater push is that it seems destined to provoke the non-Goldwaterites among Republicans to so many stupidities that the party will be thoroughly discredited by the time of the 1964 convention. And this, surely, is what the Democrats are angling for. They know that Kennedy can lick any Republican who is foolish enough to think that Barry Goldwater can be "taken prisoner" by any group. The picture of Goldwater with a ring in his nose is the laugh of the decade. For the sole reason for Goldwater's eminence is that he has done the unique thing in politics of being his own man at all times. Copyright 1963 40&8 B-B-Q WATAGA FIREMEN'S PARK SUN., Aug. 18 11 A.M. Rain Date Aug. 25 Bonnie of Farmingten had din* ner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford and family 1ft P* oria. Mrs. Frances Trowbridge and six grandchildren of Peoria spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Orin McKinty. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Booth, Sarah Jean, Mary Lynn and Richard Lee, spent. Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Booth and family in Little York Mrs. Faye Fritz of Rio spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bell. Mrs. William Crowley, Janice, Susan and Nancy of Pontiac, spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orin McKinty. The Jack Stodgell family attended the Yelm family reunion in Elmore Sunday. Gerald Shafer of Madison, Wis. spent the weekend with his father, A. E. Shafer. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Elliott attended a birthday supper Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Shives and daughter Sheila and Mrs. Minnie Shives, honoring Mrs. Elliott, who celebrated her birthday Aug. 10. Mrs. Jesse VanDusen Friday spent the day with her son Richard and wife in Hanna City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Edmonson of Vi/ginia and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boswell of PeoriE. spent Thursday evening with the Don Trowbridge family. Miss Sue Thurman, Jerry Buckman, Miss Faye Goodyear and William Buffington Jr. attended the state fair in Springfield Sunday. Joy, Jane, Dale and Billy Fos ter of Peoria have been spending a few days with their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Foster. Russell Larson of Galesburg spent the week with Mr. and Mrs Herman Larson. Mr. and Mrs. George Ford Aug 7 were supper guests of the Nor man Ford family in Farmington Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blodgett and Barbara of Monmouth and Mrs. Marion Wheeler of Thomp son spent Tuesday with the Rod ney Blodgett family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector attended a Masonic picnic in Lew istown Sunday. Mrs. Bernard Thurman, Kim and Randy spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Taylor in Adair. Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge and family attended the Henry County Fair in Cambridge Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge and children spent two days in Chicago. David Capitani, son of Mr. and Mrs. Domonic Capitani, is a pa tient in St. Francis Hospital in Peoria, where he underwent surgery on his hand which he in jured a few weeks ago when he was cut in a glass door. Steve Thurman spent the weekend with Mrs. Maude Heller and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bddinus in Elba Center. Phil Owens, who has been seriously ill was taken to Graham Hospital in Canton Monday. READ THE WANT ADS! cool! (mix Qordotfs Qin in a ta/f, iced drink-and you wi//, too!) ^fp T he English are noteasily fazed, even by summer heat. This national talentwas given a cheerful accompaniment in 1769, when Alexander Gordon introduced his remarkabl e gin The Gordon's you drink today harks back to his original formula, because one does not tamper with gin of such distinctive dryness and delicate flavour. Try it soon in a tangy Gin & Tonic or Tom Collins. You'll see why Gordon's is the biggest seller in England, America, and the world. H9BHCT Jf 8.S.L DISTILUO LONDON DRY GIN. 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS 0ISTILU0 J FROM GRAIN. 90 PROOF. GORDON'S DRV GIN CO., LTD., LINDEN, N. J. Ophiem Man Buys Farm At Ophiem 1 OPHIEM — Roger Ndrbbrg of Ophiem has purchased the! Lawrence Swanson 80-acre farnS two miles east and Vi mile south of Ophiem. The Norberg famlkr expect to move to the farm within the next two months. I Ophiem News Noles \ Sunday dinner guests oflMr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson We friends from Clinton, Iowa, 'Mr. and Mrs. Eric Calberg. Mrs. Minnie Johnson suffered a heart attack last week. She is improving satisfactorily. The West birthday club honored Mrs. Arthur Ossian at her home Friday. Mrs. Pat Swanson and Mrs. R. F. Nelson served refreshments. Mrs. Ada Anderson entertained her birthday club Aug. 7, Wins Calf Duane Curry won the calf Friday night in the calf scramble for FFA boys at the Henry County Fair in Cambridge. Twenty boys participated in trying to halter the calf and lead it over a certain line. There were 10 calves. Duane achieved a 300-pound Hereford heifer calf. The Women's Auxiliary to the Ophiem American Legion Post will instill officers at its meeting Thursday at ft p.m. Mrs. Hatel Peterson ot Lynn Center will serve as installing officer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Olson in Fonda, Iowa. The two couples plan to attend the Sandahl reunion Thursday in Wakefield, Neb. Mrs. John Borrowman and children of Pittsfield came Monday for a visit with her brother, R. D. Miller and family. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Norberg were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kirk of Galesburg. The women are cousins. The Chester Gordon family, Robert Kelley family and Mrs. Ada Anderson of Ophiem, the Dale Thurman family of New Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. John D., Anderson of Rock Island, the Harvey Kalin family of Galesburg and Alvin Kalin of North Henderson were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruth Kalin at Lake Bracken. Kenneth Walters left Friday to visit with his sister, Mrs. David Stone, and family in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mis. Stone and daughter Beverly will accompany him home for a visit here with the Robert Watterses. Martha Hesse of Iowa City and Mary Hesse of Hinsdale came to celebrate their birthday with' their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ossian. Mary Aug. 13 and Martha Aug. 14. Texas Visitors Are Honored At Alexis Home ALEXIS — Relatives gathered at the home of Jacob Brown Sunday to honor Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Huff and Pam of Austin, Tex. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Holmes of Woodhull; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hovind of Lake Bracken, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown, Gerlaw; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hovind, Mrs. Ethel Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown, Mrs. Mary Engstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leafgreen and Terry of Rio. Also Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Gerold Brown, of Alpha, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Brown of North Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Murk and children of Abingdon, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Creek, Mrs.. Jennie Brown, David Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown, Jake Brown, Debbie and Ronnie, Mrs. Esther Allen, of Alexis; Miss Joan Koomer of Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Brown, Lake Worren, Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn Brown, of Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Brown and Mrs. Esther Allen and Mr. and Mis. C. D. Brock visited with their folks, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brock of Cameron on Thursday evening. Galesburg Regi3ter »Moil, Gafesburg, 111. Thursday, Aug. 15, 1963 5 Virginiam Welcomed at Smithshire SMITHSHIRE - Mr. and Mrs. Cora Akers, Mr. and Mrs, James Akers, Mrs. Junior Wursburger, all of Indian Valley, Va., and Corbett Cox of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carlson of near Kirkwood and Mrs. Martha Booth, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Booth and Janet, Aug. 7. Mrs. Cora Akers is a sister of Mrs. Booth and has been visiting a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foster of Marengo, Iowa, spent Saturday night at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Casteel. Glenn Homey spent the weekend in Minneapolis, Minn., with his son Rex. Rex accompanied him home to go to Peoria Monday on business and was to fly back to Minneapolis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beresford and children Sandra and Jim of Tempe, Ariz., arrived Sunday to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Beresford and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Slawter of Roseville. First chicken supper sponsored by the Woman's Society of Christian Service has been tentatively set for Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spaethe and children Cindy and Lifldsey of Porabna, Calif., are returning to their home after spending the past two weeks with their sister Mrs. Max Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hilton and children Carol and Jeff and her mother Mrs. Grace Mowen left Sunday for a vacation in the West. Miss Barbara Fayette and brother Mark of Chicago are visiting in the home of Mrs. Lena Slater. Their mother, Mrs. Barbara Fayette, brought them here but returned to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Edwards and sons Danny and Tommy returned Friday night after spending the past week touring South Dakota, Wyoming and Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shook of Jupiter, Fla., spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Beresford. Vernon De Selms is spending his vacation from his school duties in Chicago at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon De Selms. Mrs. Ruby Kimcry and aunts Mrs. Oral Hixson and Mrs. Flossye Anderson spent Thursday at the hows of Mrs. C. L, Kerr near Mlddtetwn, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Umy ara spending a few days in Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Fafrand Brent accompanied the following to the library at Monmouth Thursday morning: Sherrie Lam, Jeane McCoHum, Lillie Musser, Diane Reynolds and Kenneth Dather. All have read 15 books or more during the summer. Diplomas were presented to them. The neighborhood gossip makes you wonder what she tells others when not talking to you. READ THE WANT ADS! ATHLETE'S FOOT HOW TO TREAT IT- Apply Instant-drying T-4-L. You feel it take hold to check itching, burning, in minutes. Then in 3 to 5 days, watch infected skin slough off. 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