Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 20, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 20, 1963
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Biggsville Club Plans Horse Show BIOOSVlLLfi - The Henderson Valley Riding Club held a dinher meeting Aug. 13 at Delebar Park at Oquawka. Mrs. Barbara Cook reported on the show at Biggsville July 11. Herb Wright, horse show chairman announced plans for a work night at the clubgrounds Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. There will be a wiener roast in connection with work night. There will be a ribbon show Sept. 1 at the clubgrounds, with a trail ride in the morning and show in the afternoon. Cliff Foster of Monmouth demonstrated a public address system. The club purchased the system. Biggsville Briefs The YOung Adult Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church, and their teacher, Ray Smith, held a fish dinner at Swanee's in Oquawka Aug. 10. Others attending were Rev. and Mrs. Walker Butler, Mr/ and and Mrs. Ora Kent Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mcintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chambers, Mrs. Larry Anderson, Mrs. Kenneth Reynolds, Mrs. Marilyn Galbraith and daughter, Mrs. Ray Smith and Mary Susan, Miss Edith Renken and Merlin Ray. Rev. R. Walker Butler, pastor of the Biggsville Methodist Church and Mrs. Butler left Thursday for a week's vacation. They will attend the Rev. Mr. Butler's family reunion at Griggsville, and visit former parishes and his son and family at Indianapolis, Ind. They Iv«r«it A Jtnnlngf WHIEL CHAIR! NMt H 10 Inchat MHTMS.tAllt. TIIMS . Go West WEST DRUG CO., INC. 324 E. Main St. plan to take their other week's vacation in October. Return to East Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pilling and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pillings and family, North Adams, Mass., and Mrs. Maude Martin, Taunton, Mass., have returned home following a visit in the Prank Olson home and at the Conrad Olsons in Burlington. Ray and Conrad were buddies while in service. Frank Salter and Mike Tee had appointments at the state fair in Springfield. Wade and Warren Stephenson of Syracuse, Ind., spent Aug. 10 with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyer and house guest, Harry Wilson of Red- Ion, Pa., spent a few days with Arthur's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melton Hallberg and son Brian at Ames. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milroy had as Aug. 11 dinner guests at Iris Court in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Downes of Abingdon. They attended the band concert at Crapo Park, Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dixon and family with Mrs. Dixon's mother, Mrs. Bible, moved from the Weir property on Main Street to the house in the west part of town formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Patterson and family. Mrs. Marilyn Galbraith and daughter moved from the Leland Shook apartment to the Dean Stevenson property, the former home of his parents, Mrs. Andrew Stevenson and the late Mr. Stevenson. Pete Jensen, with the Misses Dorothy and Mabel Farrell of Monmouth had dinner Aug. 11 with Mrs. Florence Farrell and Miss Fern Farrell of Oneida at Holiday Inn at Galesburg. The dinner was to celebrate the birthday of Miss Fern Farrell. The September program and hostess committees of the Biggsville Community Club announced the postponement of the meeting date from Sept. 4 to Sept. 11. Topic for the program is a panel discussion, "Ideas for Club Projects." Marriage License | Ronald Philip Lamer of Prairie City and Miss Joan Ruth Davis of Williamsfield. Carl f. Simpson of Monica and Mrs. Paula F. Stancomb of Dahifl* da. George W. Hickle of Galesburg and Mrs. Lydia D. Rowe of Kewanee. Harold B. Cotad of Galesburg and Miss Sharon R. Griswold of Colchester. Harold Prose and Miss Dorothy E. McLaughlin, both of Davenport. Charles E. Gray of Aledo and Miss Linda Lee Johnston of Al* tona. Michael Leo Gregory and Miss Linda Louise Catlin, both of Galesburg. Larry J. Lowe of Maquon and Miss Shirley J. Hughbanks of Knoxville. Edward L. Button and Miss Eleanor L. Rodgers, both of Galesburg. Thomas G. Calhoun and Miss Shirley Jean Thompson, both of Galesburg. Dale Louis Grupe and Miss Linda Louise Anderson, both of Galesburg. Group Entertained At Kirkwood Home KIRKWOOD - Mrs. Ronald Turner, Mercer County home adviser, entertained the Mercer County Teen Time group Wednesday at a home-made ice cream supper at her home in Kirkwood. Miss Linda Foreman, the summer assistant home adviser, assisted Mrs. Turner in entertaining this group of 18. This also was a farewell party for Miss Foreman, who will be leaving the last of the month for Eastern Illinois University, where she will be a senior. Steven and Mike Lodwick spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lodwick in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson of Ottumwa, Iowa, spent Wednesday with his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swanson. 2-D00R CONVENIENCE! BIG CAPACITY! BIG • No coils on back • Needs no door clearance at side « Door shelves .., store Vz gallon ONLY milk containers, tall bottles t Twin ^ - AO** Porcelain Vegetable Bins • Butter * /1 Compartment • Four cabinet * shelves (one slides out). * 10 Year* old or less of standard make—in good operating condition. BROTHERS APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT 342*0174 BLACK MAIN and SEMINARY Dinner Party h Held At Elmwood ELMWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernard and family entertained at dinner Aug, 11. Mr. and Mrs. Herschal Ricketta and family of Lebanon Junction, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bernard, Judy and Mike of Princeville and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones of Kickapoo. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bernard and family of Douglas. Elmwood Briefs Mrs. Mary Rasey visited relatives at Morton last week. Mrs. James Colgan and children are visiting her mother, Mrs. George Pecharich of Good Hope. Mrs. Lillian Patterson attended the graduation exercises at Graham Hospital School of Nursing in Canton Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cox of Peoria spent an afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cox. Mrs. Geneva Miller spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs Leland Miller and family of East Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowhay of Yates City are spending some time in the Daniel Bowhay home. Mrs. Retta Osborne of Santa Anna, Calif, is visiting in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bernard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Archibald and Jack entertained relatives and friends Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Archibald showed pictures of their recent trip to Mexico. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kratzer and family of East Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. David Knussman of Eden, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Archibald and Richard of Brimfield, Miss Betty Sarver of Biggsville, Mr. and Mrs. R. Knussman and two grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. John Griggs and Mrs. Alice Archibald of Elmwood. Families in Reunion A family gathering of the Lopeman families was held at the Farmington Park Aug. 11 when a fish fry was served. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bane and family of Delavan, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. John Lopeman of Oak Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sutherland and family of Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lopeman and family of Yates City, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ryer of Farmington, Mr and Mrs. Paul McMaster and family of Farmington and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lopeman and family of Elmwood. Carlson and Truman Kin Hold Reunion A total of 35 members of the Carlson and Truman families were present for their 25th annual reunion at Lake Storey. Oldest member present was Charlie Truman of Seaton, and the youngest was Johnny Burrows, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burrows of East Peoria. Two deaths and five births were reported during the year. During the election of officers, Mrs. Lonnie Mills was named president; Dwayne Truman, vice president, and Mrs. Dan Zielke, secretary. Those present were Charlie Truman, Mi-, and Mrs. Melvin Truman, Seaton; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Truman and Laura Jean, Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Carlson, Mrs. Lois Gilson, Mr. and Mrs. Max Carlson and famrly, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carlson and family, Galesburg; Mrs. Lorraine Savage and Bonnie, Williamsfield; Mr, and Mrs. Dean Zielke and Bob, Oquawka; James Green, Little York; Mr. and Mrs Lonnie Mills, Brimfield; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burrows and family, East Peoria, and Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Truman and family, Bettendorf, Iowa. THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? 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The ever popular basic colors are back with exciting new tone-on- tones, checks and plaids in all sweater styles. $ 1 295 „ $ 1 995 Dress Shirts ... It's collars again in dress shirts with snap-tab and button downs setting the pace. Wonderful oxford cloth is featured in bolh white and soft blue and stripes. $5 OO With Pile $<* C00 Zip Linor Dress Slacks . . . Pleatless and slim legged in sharp solids and tones are needed most by the college man on the go, from $ 7 95 Cotton Slacks . . . Here's the work horse of the collegiate world. Combed cotton gabardines cpme in muted plaids to solid shades. $498 , nd $598 I

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