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12 Gotesburg Register-Moil, Ggfcsburg, HI, Thursday, Aug. 29, 1963 Biggsville Congregation Plans Dinner BIGGSVILLE - The annual congregational dinner will be held at the United Presbyterian Church Sept. 29. All former members and friends of the congregation were invited to attend. The services at the church Sunday morning was in charge of Wayne Lukens, a member of that congregation, and a student at Moody Bible Institute. Rev. and Mrs. Walker Butler of the Biggsville Methodist Church have returned from a week's vacation spent at Griggsville and Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kenneth Stevenson and daughter Carol attended funeral services Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Stevenson's aunt at Sperry, Iowa. Marks 81st Year Mrs. Roy Weir, Mrs. Parker Gridley, Mrs. Letha Rowley, Mrs. Rowena Billups and Mrs. Mark Milroy were guests of Paul Bell at dinner Saturday to celebrate the 81st birthday of his mother, Mrs. Hettie Bell. Mrs. Bell re­ sides at Klein Hospital in Burling ton. Hie group presented Mrs. Bell a potted plant. Biggsville Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Lock, rural Prairie City, with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milroy, had Sunday dinner together at the Olson Diner in Oquawka. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sterett, with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sterett of Monmouth, spent the weekend with their brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James Sterett at La Grange. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sargent Sr. and daughter Mary Ann, with Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sargent Jr., were on a camping trip through the Western States. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Galbraith of Gladstone and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sterett spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines. Use warm rather than hot water when you are removing a jellied dish from a mold; if the jelly doesn't budge, dip the mold in the warm water again. But before beginning the dipping, loosen the edge of the jelly with a small spatula or knife. READ THE WANT ADS! TIZZY By Kate Osann Is it proper to call for Gordon's by name in English Pubs? It's not a matter of being proper. It's unnecessary. For when most Englishmen ask for gin, they expect to get Gordon's. After all, its distinctive dryness and delicate flavour have been a pari of English life for 194 years Americans, however, have been enjoying Gordon's for a somewhat shorter span of time. So it is wise (and proper) to specify Gordon's by name. Your first sip of a Gordon's martini will tell you why it's the biggest selling gin over here as well as in England and the rest of the world. "I really don't know what's the matter, Mrs. Alexander. Johnny says he has a headache in his tummy!" DISTILLED LONDOMDRY GIN PRODUCT OF II. S. *. DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN. 100X NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN. 90 PROOF. GORDON'S DRY GIN CO., LTD.,.LINDEN, N. J. Ophiem Sunday- School Plans For Year OPHIEM — Lutheran Sunday school teachers cancelled the annual rally day program scheduled for Oct. 6 at their meeting Monday. Promotion activities will take place in the Sunday school room and certificates will be distributed. Mrs. Dean Johnson and Mrs. Ben Byram were chosen as the nominating committee and are to report at the next meeting. Mrs. John Klundt was presented a picture as a gift from the Sunday school staff. Mrs. Klundt resigned after teaching the past seven years. Mrs. George Green has been added to the staff, replacing Mrs. Klundt. Mrs. LaVerne Johnson resigned from teaching, at the meeting. She had taught the last few years. Ophiem Briefs Pleasant Valley community will hold its seventh annual neighborhood reunion Sunday, Sept. 8 in the Ophiem American Legion Hall. A potluck dinner will be served at noon and Mrs. Raymond Stephenson of Lynn Center is coffee chairman. Blair Gordon, 22-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gordon, was taken to the office of an Alpha physician Monday because of a convulsion. Proceeds from the joint homemade ice cream social Sunday night at Grace Lutheran Church, sponsored by the Luther League and Ophiem American Legion, , totaled more than $136. In the softball game played by the Always Tulip Time PEEK AT THESE KIDS' BACK TO SCHOOL CASUAL SHOES! Hush Puppies are made of soft, durable pigskin. Made to resist water, dirt and stains. An occasional brushing keeps them clean as new. Hush Puppies have steel shanks to support growing feet. Cushion crepe soles make them light and unbelievably rugged. And you can trust Hush Puppies to fit— (makes 'em a good gift item). Look for the Hush Puppies f fOITI 7*95 basset hound. Take a peek! Sizes WHVi -6, five widths. JKowmdM ^EM0^ Hill ARCADE BLDG. ^PES^^ 342-1313 - GAIESBURG, III. Visitors From Utah Honored At Maquon MAQUON-Mr. and Mrs. Glen Muggins and Mrs. Pearl Hous* man entertained Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Mug* gins of Salt Lake City, Utah. The honored guests are former Maquon residents and have been visiting relatives and friends in Maquon and Elmwood the past week. Others present for the potluck supper were Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Kirk, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McGee and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn West and daughter Glenna Lee, Knoxville, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Donaldson, Mrs. Kittie Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sumners, Mj. and Mrs. Arthur Donaldson, Mrs. Bertha Ratcliffe, Mrs. Marry Brown and Robert Johnson. Maquon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McCraw of Joliet were dinner guests Saturday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Susie Simkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swearingen. Mrs. McCraw, the former Marry Ouderkirk, was looking after their farm interests. The lagoon for the new sewage system is being built on this farm. Rev. Clarence Burnett left Monday for Urbana where he is to attend the College of Christian Life. Injured in Fall Mrs. Effie Stiarwalt fell out in the yard at her home Monday and cut a gash on the upper left cheek near the eye. Mrs. Florence Painter took Mrs. Stiarwalt and her son Monte to the office of a physician in Knoxville where she received a tetanus shot, and had the injury treated. Mrs. Ethel Davis spent several days last week at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Smith, near Donnellson, Iowa. Mrs. Marian Wilson acted as librarian during her absence. Alan Swearingen returned home Friday from Macomb, where he had spent the summer attending Western University. He will return to the University Sept. 15 for his sophomore year. Give ready - prepared butterscotch sauce (it comes in small jars) that home touch: add finely diced candied ginger. This is for the oldsters; small fry will prefer the sauce without the ginger. FOR SERVICE - Medal above Is the Medal of Freedom, established in 1945. President Kennedy hai just decreed that it now be called the Presidential Medal of Freedom and be awarded each year "to persons who have made exceptionally meritorious contributions to the security or national Interests of the United States, to world peace or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors." The star is white on a gold scroll. Ribbon and field in center of star are blue. Family Hosts Corn Roast At Elmwood ELMWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pack and Linda entertained Mr. and Mrs. Don Dalton and family of Abingdon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Porter and Jerry of Brimfield, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Slagel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Golden at a corn roast Sunday. Elmwood Briefs Mrs. George Sholtis and children of Gillespie spent past week with her mother, Mrs. Stella Fuller. Miss Margaret Golden and Mrs. Alice Myers of Manito spent Aug. 20 with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Golden. Mrs. Stella Fuller and Mr. and Victorians Return From Vacation VICTORIA - Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and Nellie Cain return* ed home Tuesday after a vacation in Colorado. Visiting a zoo at Chicago Saturday were Mrs. Earle G. Johnson, Jeffrey and Lory Ring and Mr. and Mrs. William Marsh and April. Among tiie guests Sunday at the Earle G. Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. David Scott of Car- bohdale. Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Modes- Mrs. Richard Fuller attended the Fuller Reunion at Jubilee Park last Sunday. to, Calif., is visiting relatives in the Victoria community. Mrs. Lily Schaler spent a week in Chicago visiting relatives. Mrs. Clara Martin has returned home after a stay at Round Lake convalescing. Mfs. Dodie Dewley of Mishawaka, Ind, and daughter Charlotte of Fort Wayne, Ind., visited a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe VanHuffel. Birthday Noted A family gathering was held Tuesday at the Verne Holmes .es- idence in Oneida in honor of William Adams' birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Craig of Galva and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes, Mrs. Marietta Adams, Mr. and Mrs. William Adams, VicW and Pamela, of Oneida. Juniors Paul Mayland of Merrick, N. Y., and Bob Mitschele of Morris Plains, N. J., will captain Lehigh's track team next season. NSEIDUTZ. house paint sale Choose from over 200 colors at these sale prices AcriSatfn Latex HOUSE PAINT. Decorators HOUSE PAINT....... Exterior House PAINT & PRIMER. 6 4 dO GAIYA WHITE 6AU I 5? 5 98 White Armor mn G ; u One Coat WHITE.... 98 Exterior GAL. SATIN FLAT, Latex C MASONRY PAINT.. ^ 25 Porck 1 Floor ENAMEL 1 WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS PEOPLE'S 434 E. Berrien St. MATERIAL & SUPPLY CO. 342-6151 BIG SALE .„ COME M TODAY! NOTE: Sand pattern orders direct to New York. Watch addraaa below. Ordera will NOT be accepted at Galeaburg newspapat office Unlimited fun I Embroider as many articles as you like—no transfer needed. Cross-stitch tulips 'n' roses add charm to gingham towels, cloth, apron. Check size decides stitch size. Pattern 589; chart; color key. Thirty-five cents in coins tor this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura wheeler,, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 74 Needlecraft Dept.. P. O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station New York 11. N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKED accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog — just outt Fashions, furnishings to crochet, now. Leaguers and Legionnaires, the score was 28-8 in favor of the Leaguers. Jim Foltz is having a 2-car garage constructed. Weekend guests of the Ben Byrams, were college classmates of Judy Byram, Miss Sharron Russow of Rockford and Robert Drew of LaSalle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molberg and sons were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rosenbalm of Monmouth. The Dewey Demlers will spend the weekend holidays with former neighbors in Oakwood. The Wayne Scotts and in Chatsworth with Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Lock- ners. Mrs. Lockner is Demler's sister. The Ada Anderson families from Rock Island, Moline, New Windsor and Ophiem will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson of Peoria, at the Barnes cottage at Lake Bracken Sunday, Several persons of this area attended the recent horse sale in the Colona Colony in Iowa. Sunday dinner guests of the W. A. Nelsons were Mr. and Mrs. George Sutor and son, formerly of Ophiem, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Farr and son Roney of Cable. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walters observed their 25th wedding anniversary not 50th, as was stated in an earlier item. Highest single game in the 1963 Women's International Bowling Congress championship was 268 turned in by Suzanne Crum of Biloxi, Miss., Dorothy Rovve of Phoenix and Sylvia Wene of Philadelphia. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! If the total electric revenue from electriG power in Illinois were represented by the space of this entire ad, the small square would be all that went to the Electric Cooperatives of Illinois—3 per cent!! Yet, by providing a "yardstick" by which to measure what electric power should cost a consumer, the continued existence of the electric cooperatives is important to AIL citizens of Illinois. Electric Cooperatives of Illinois i Good For All 1 Illinois BANK MARKET "~*1 jjr'- rain v <

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