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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
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News Notes Of Gerlaw GERLAW - Mr. and Mrs. John Blair were recent dinner guests of her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGraw at Davenport. Douglas McCrery spent two days with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. David McCrery at Cambridge. Ralph Boyd of Colerain, Ohio, visited the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher Maynes. Boyd and Haynes are cousins. A family picnic was held Sunday in honor of Boyd at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watson, north of Oquawka. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Haynes and Mrs. Dorothy Smith, of Monmouth; Mrs. Richard Smith, Lynn and Ricky of Chandler, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. James T. Haynes and family of Bushnell; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McWhorter and family of Aledo, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher Haynes. Miss Linda Laurence and Miss Pearl Young, of Alexis, Dennis McCrery of Gerlaw and Dave Smith of Monmouth went to Chicago on the recent Elks excursion. Recent dinner guests in Francis Russell home were and Mrs. Robert Cureton of Las Vegas, Nev.; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wells of Olympia, Wash., and Mrs. Allen Russell of Canton. Club Holds Tour The Spring Grove 4-H Club had a tour Monday, followed by a family potluck supper at the Gerlaw Community Club. Hosts were the leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Armstrong and Neil Carson. Emily Sue, George Thatcher and Mary Anne Haynes, of Bushnell, spent last week visiting their grandparents, the Thatcher Hayneses. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler and family motored to Oquawka the Mr. Aug. 22 for supper. They eel* brated birthdays of Carol, Roy, Donna, Richard and Randy. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McKay and family have returned home from a lo-day vacation in Colo* rado. Visitors of the Neil McCrerys Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lantz and firtl of Monmouth. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orba Esters were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Terpening and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Esters and family, of fiiggsville, Mr. and Mrs. James Esters of Alexis and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Goedeke of Galesburg. Last Sunday, a group held a picnic and boating at the Mississippi River. The group comprised Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hennenfenet, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Dowell and Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Don Lee, Gary, Cindy and Stephen, of Gerlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Peterson and Linda of Biggsville and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson, Glen and Ray of Little York. Several from the Gerlaw area attended the Fox Hunters dinner at Swanee's at Oquawka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nell McCrery were recent guests at the Howard Darrahs at Fall Creek. Mrs. Jordan Pappineau and children, Cinda and Dana of Denver, Colo, were there visiting. Mrs. Pappi­ neau is the former Joan Darrah Now You Know By United Press International Abraham Lincoln issued his Emancipation Proclamation free ing slaves in 10 southern states on Jan. 1, 1863, according to the World Almanac. Party dessert: cut small pineapples in half lengthwise leaving on the green plume. Cut out pineapple pulp; discard core; dice. Mix with sugar ad chill until serving time, then replace in shells. Garnish with flowers made with fresh strawberry slices for petals. A Story About Knits Direct from New York Our New York stylists — in fact four knit experts have selected for Kellogg's in one, two and three piece fashions and in a wide range of styles, colors and prices. did girls do before KNITS? It's hard to imagine a fashionable wardrobe without knits ... so smart, so at ease anywhere. And why try! New knits are here, in so many charming colors, superb styles. 3 piece knits as low as $12.98 and as high os $40.00. Just Soy Charge It! KELLOGG'S for Fashion Right Knits CARNIVAL By Dick Turner Q-2? e 1*1 ty NtM.d T .M. ti 8 . VS. fat OH. "Jimmy's habit of postponing things is getting me! Now he's trying to postpone my birthday!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox I'm sick of hearing about my sister-in-law's exciting stocks. Would it be all right if I invested a small amount in a cliff-hanger?" Snell Family Has Reunion At Henderson HENDERSON - Annual Snell reunion was held Sunday at the Henderson Town Hall with 37 members present for a potluck dinner. Mrs. Harold Cramer and Mrs. Ralph Wills reported on the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wardell of Callao. Mo. One birth was recorded, that of Scott Mitchell Gleason to Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Gleason of Kewanee. Oldest member present was Earl Snell of Gilson and the youngest, Cindy Snell of Wataga. The Arthur Woodley family of Costa Mesa, Calif., came the greatest distance. Officers were all re-elected. Eddie Cramer was named president; Mrs. Ralph Wills, vice president, and Mrs. Earl Snell, secretary- treasurer. Next reunion will be the fourth Sunday in August at the same location. Mrs. Mike Kallas of Kewanee and Mrs. Harley Pearson were appointed to the program committee for next year. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kallas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gleason, Kewanee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snell and family, Pekin; Mr. and Mrs. Hal­ oid Cramer, DeLong; Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Wills, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Snell and daughter, Wataga; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones and family, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cramer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snell, Gilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodley and family, Costa Mesa, Calif. Also present were Mrs. Evelyn Westfall of Gilson and Mrs. Joseph Needham of Aledo. You can use clear fruit-flavored gelatin as a glaze for open fresh fruit pies. Arrange the fruit in the baked pie shell, then top it with a thin layer of the gelatin mixture. Be sure to chill the pie until the topping sets. y\ rtc ci r ve ci DIAMOND RINGS tOUTHEINltAt tfT En 9 o 9 »»«nt Kin, jf3M-Q0 Bridt't Orel*) $10.50 Also from $100 to $1000 EASY TERMS ELLIS Jewelers FAIRVIEW — Markley-Turner reunion was held Sunday at Havana. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Markley and daughter, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Turner Markley, DeLong; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Markley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Markley and Jack. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Markley and family, Ellisville; Mrs. Ralph Waughted, Galesburg Reaister-Moif, Galesburg, III. Thursday, Aug, 29, 19 &3 7. Removes !nk when children return to selMMH» ink stains from ballpoint MM bloom anew. Before washing, tmt the spots with petroleum Jelly im let stand a few hours. Stains Witt launder out more easily. Markley And Turner Reunion Held Cuba; Mrs. Frances Markley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Markley and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Markley and family, Havana. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. James Markley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bordner, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Markley, Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Collins and family, Macomb; Mrs. June Myers, Ipava, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Markley, Bath. Next year's reunion will be the third Sunday in August at Macomb. Officers elected were Clarence Markley, president; Gale Markley, vice president, and Mrs. Fielding Collins, secretary-treasurer. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Cut the kernels from leftover cooked corn and heat with a littli cream and some cooked finely-cut snap beans for a delightful fresh vegetable dish. Pass the pepper grinder! 219 EAST MAIN ST. m *uih »riu4 ftrtcarved uw.i .r OPEN TUESDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P.M. BACK TO SCHOOL ; Be o WINNER ... Sign up now or O.T.'s Your Bock-to-School Headquarters 45 WINNERS $ 250 IN PRIZES GOSSARD HAS THE ANSWER AND THEY ARE ALL AT OJ.'s FOUNDATIONS — SECOND FLOOR 465 . . . Answer - deb long-leg for average or long torso. Nylon and Lycra® Spandex power net. 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