Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 29, 1963
Page 13
Start Free Trial

Anniversary Tea Planned By Rio Club RIO — Executive board of the Rio Woman's Club met at the home of the president, Mrs. Ira Fits. Reports were given by Mrs. Clifford Swanson on new members and Mrs. Robert Thompson gave a summary of the programs for the new club year. Mrs. Walter Landon reported on the ice skating rinl. and telephone booth for Rio, which is to be put at the Town Hall. Mrs. Walter Epperson told of cards and flowers sent. Mrs. J. C. Zook gave a summary on the plans for the 50th year anniversary tea Oct. 10 at the Rio Presbyterian Church, Teachers Dine Fifty members of the ROVA school faculty met for a business meeting Monday in Oneida. After the meeting, they attended a dinner in the Rio school lunchroom. Mrs. Ruth Ericson was in charge, with Mrs. Walter Epperson and Mrs. Ross Pitman preparing the food. Sherrie Rednour, Ruth Ann Pitman, Susan Holt, Mary Sue Hendrick, Darcy Leafgreen, Patsy Mckee, Pat Rednour and Pam Harriman served. ROVA school district resumed classes Tuesday. Eddie Gulstrand is a new bus driver, replacing Mr. MeOaekMi whos« death occurred in June, ftio Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Sexton, David and Rickle, and Miss Alta Loveridge, returned home Aug. 23 from a 12-day vacation trip to Clearwater, Fla. While there they visited Mrs. Florence Tuite, Miss Patty Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gamble. On return trip Miss Loveridge visited a few days at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Loveridge of Martinez, Ga., while the Sextons toured the tobacco fields in South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Swanson and girls, Macomb, are spending a week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale L. Johnson, Linda, Marcia and Paula, and Miss Alta Kay Loveridge attended the Livingston reunion at Coal Valley Sunday. A miscellaneous shower was held for Miss Diane Bodeen at the Methodist Church, Alpha, last week. Miss Bodeen and Steve Fairfield of Downs, will be married Sept. 15 in Alpha. Golf V Twist MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Add this to the list of mad-cap ideas. A miniature golf course held a combined Twist-a -Thon, Golfa-Thon, with competitors golfing while twisting. Only Half a Buck For Children 6 to 12 Make it a picnic at the ... AUTO RACES BIG FIELD CCDT 4111ft KNOX C0UNTY OF FAVORITES OCl I • L HII FAIRGROUNDS Rain Date Sept. 8th • No Worries - All Parking Free • No Reserved Grandstand TICKETS GALA PROGRAM $ 1.50 • CLASS A STOCKS $ 1.50 • SUPER MODIFIEDS Children 6 to 12 • FEATURES only 50c Fast i/2 Mile Track REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE ON GROUNDS Sponsored by Galesburg Jr. Chamber of Commerce • TIME TRIALS 1 P.M. All Proceeds For Youth and Civic Projects • FIRST RACE 2 P.M. TheyTI Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hallo isrt cw IP I KNOCK ^ OFF EARLY? 1V6 GOT TO GO 70 THE DENTIST' HANK_ ©L'BOy-MY SACK IS KILLING ME»«I DONT THINK I'LL BE JN TOMORROW** BlGDOMEiS AWAV AND 1 THE SECOND CAT IN COMMAND IS A PUSHOVER FOR A TALE: OF NICE GUYS J-V WOE;"* FINISH LAST" TREMBLECHIN WILL BE TWE^ONLV ONE LEFT TO GET THE^ WORK OUT" fUBimU BEING A , MARTYR-HE WINTS > BI6DOME TO FIND HIM WORKING LATE* I'M GOING OVER 10 \THE DUTCH MAN'S/ j^tlt^FwturH SyndirAtt, Inc, 1063. WoTii) rightt ntenti. ANALYZING TUE EASYGOING ASSISTANT, OF WHOM EVERYBODY TAKES ADVANTAGE**,!-—\ Tto** AMD A HATLO MAT Tip //&ft7// TO HERB MS GHEE, ii^mi W07 NO. 33 rd ST., ST. JOSEPH ,MO. N. Henderson News Items NORTH HENDERSON — Mrs. Rex Collins and daughters of Table Grove visited a day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Higgins. Mrs. Walter Claeys and family of Neponset were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Higgins. Mrs. David Edward and family were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mrs. Bess Newcomer entertained guests from Alexis the past week at her home for dinner honoring Miss Frances Matson of Peoria, who is visiting in Alexis. • Miss Matson showed slides of her recent trip to Mexico, and Mrs. R. C. Durston showed pictures of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scovil of Aledo visited Sunday with Mi*, and Mrs. Henry Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shepherd of Des Moines were supper guests at the home of his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd, the past week.. Miss Kay Swanson left Sunday for near Minneapolis, Minn., where she started her grade school teaching duties Monday. Miss Swanson, graduated from Augustana College in June, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walfred Swanson of North Hen derson. Rev. William Palmer is attending a school in Urbana this week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. George Miller were in Davenport Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crafts and were supper guests. They helped Mrs. Swanson celebrate her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Lizzie Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson, of Alexis and Miss Anderson of Chicago were guests the past week at a coffee party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Norman. GET BACK ON SCHEDULE SCHOOL TIME IS HERE ENJOY PARK DRIVE DAIRY---HOME DELIVERY SERVICE- Your Family Deserves the Best in Dairy Products. CALL "US" FOR HOME DELIVERY. WE DELIVER THREE TIMES PER WEEK! Galesburg - Knoxville - Abingdon GUARANTEED PERFECT FLAVOR IN EVERY DROP WITH OUR NEW ARO-VAC VACUUM MILK TREATMENT ALSO AVAILABLE AT OUR 2 DAIRY STORES No. 1—East Losey and Whitesboro and No. 2—Broad and Fremont ORDER NOW IN QUARTS — Vi GALLONS OR OUR ECONOMICAL GALLON JUG. PARK DRIVE DAIRY Phone Dl 3-2149 for Home Delivery ROVA Class '52 Has Reunion The ROVA High School gradu ating class of 1952 held their annual reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knapp in Knoxville. The graduates and their families met for a potluck dinner at noon. Those attending were: Mr. ana Mrs. Don Clark, Tresea and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ziegler. David and Denice, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnston, Alan and Bryan, all of Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw, Carolyn, Willard and Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hendrick, Bradley, Sally and Charles, all of Oneida. Also, Mr. and Mrs. John Bolin and Crystal, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McMaster, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Malcolm and Kimberly, all of Altona; Doyle Reynolds, Wataga; Mr. and Mrs. James Harriman, Jimmy and Jeffrey, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. William Mansperger and Daryl Lynn, Coatsburg, and Mi-, and Mrs. Charles Knapp, Bobby and Jimmy. Knoxville The 1964 reunion will again be held the last Sunday in August with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harriman and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnston in charge of arrangements. Diamond in Name Only JASPER, Ark. (AP)—Diamond Cave near Jasper is an important tourist attraction. But the cave has no diamonds. It takes its name from the shining white formations which look like giant icicles hanging from the ceiling and rising from the floor. ELGIN 17JEWEL WATCHES HOWONff $1Q 95 New EICIN SPORTSMAN Completely thock-resisfonf and waterproof?...such a low, low price, too I New EICIN STAR LITE The lady's watch that'* right in design... Shock-resistqnt, unbreakable mainspring, tool •Whw « OM , ao «rn god 91*<* w Wo* BERL NORD JEWELER (Official CB&Q and Santa Fe Watch Inspector) 314 E. MAIN ST. (Elsa Marie Shop) Houghton And Maker Kin Assemble WOODHULL — Total of 28 persons attended the annual Houghton-Maher reunion Sunday at Lake Storey. Officers elected for the 1964 reunion, which will be held at Fenton Park, Aledo, the fourth Sunday in June, were Sam Patterson Jr. of Alexis, president; Robert Sipes of Woodhull, vice president, and Willis Kirkland of Woodhull, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Lewis Maher of Aledo and Mrs. Lillian Maher of Woodhull were named to the coffee committee; Richard Maher of Woodhull and Jo Barley of Galesburg, recreation, and Mrs. Sam Patterson Jr. and Mrs. Sam Patterson Sr. of Alexis, beverages. Mrs. Carrie Kirkland of Woodhull was the oldest member present, and three-year-old Samuel Brent Patterson of Alexis, the youngest. Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, 111, Thursday, Aug. 29. 1965 13 Alplians Host House Guests ALPHA—Guest* Friday at the home of Mrs. Fred Molberg were Mrs. Oscar Newman, Mrs. Wilbur Newman, Mrs. Nellie Wislander and Mrs. Ethel Ijams, of Cambridge, Mrs. Ralph Nyman and children of Oneida, Mrs. Mary Barman of Woodhull and Mrs. Archie Peterson and children. Mr. and Mrs. George Mills and family moved Sunday to Moline. ' Mr. and Mrs. Irving Engle* hart spent Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathias and family in Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill left Sunday for a vacation in Michigan. Miss Rilla Brink left Friday for Albuquerque, N.M., where she will resume her work of teaching this fall in the schools there, after having spent her vacation at her home here. Linda Michaels and Menda Preushmer of Moline spent the weekend here with the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stephens. On Sunday, Linda's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orie Michaels spent Sunday here at the Stephens home and the girls returned to Moline with them. Rev. Gerald Nichols, Methodist pastor, left Sunday to attend a meeting of the Illinois Methodist Pastors School at University of Illinois. The following from Alpha Sunday attended the golden wedding anniversaries open house for Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Stackhouse in Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Bates at Galva. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Claris Delong, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molberg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lenz, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Johnson and Mrs. Stella Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Johnson went to Moline Tuesday to spend a few days with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crew. Small fry and teen-agers like tiny marshmallows folded into chocolate sauce as a topping, for ice cream. CollinsvUle Guests Greeted At Yates City YATES CITY — Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hedgcock of CoUimville were Aug. 22 overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers. They attended the Harvest Home program in the evening and were greeted by many former students of Hedgcock when he taught in the Yates City High School from 1924 through 1939. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Delauder of Bartonville, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Whitman, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McGarrah and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McKeevor of Canton attended the Harvest Home on Thursday evening especially to see Mr. and Mr*. D. 1* cock. Mrs. Harold Harvey called it the Glen Rogers home Friday* Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers hid as their Sunday dinner guesti Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Cummins, and the Misses Mariana and ft*?* ma Eldert. Appropriate Book AIR FORCE ACADEMY (AP) — The oldest volume in the U.S. Air Force Academy library is the "Book of Falconrie or Hawking," by George Turbeviile, printed in 1611. The falcon is tha academy mascot and its athletic teams are called Falcons. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! End of Month Sale Clearance of Odd Mdse. — Limited Quantities 1 Pr. Only-Reg. 39.95 Aluminum 8 Only Used Dartmouth juniors Fred Lynn Bates of Hillsborough, Calif., and Thomas Rand of Yazoo City, Miss., will captain the 1964 varsity track and golf squads, respectively. WATER SKIS $ 10°° Bowling Balls $ 5 GOLF SHOES Ladies or Men's Values to $"T99 12.98 / Reg. 1.49 GOLF CAPS 98* BOWLING SHOES Odd Lots Men's or Ladies Values to $^19 8.98 O Wilson Indestructo BOWLING BAGS Reg. $JL88 10.98 W Slightly Irreg. Zipper NOTEBOOKS $100 18 only 1 ZIPPER GYM BAGS $100 LEO STEIN LUGGAGE - SPORTING GOODS - JEWELRY 345 E. MAIN In Carsons Lively Fall Fashions You'll Always Look Your Best.. Shirt News: One Style, Two Looks! Tappered button-down collar sport and dress shirts of combed oxford cloth. Dress shirts in blue or burgundy stripes; sport shirts in paisleys, checks, burnt madras-like prints. S ,M ,L,XL. 2 for ' Men's Furnishings — Street Floor RigEtt Dress Tapered H.I.S. Post-Grads . • . Slacks for lively young menl Tailored of 65% dacron® polyester, 35% cotton with belt loops and neat cuffs. Blue, olive, loden, OO black; 28-42. Men's Slacks — Street Floor Stripe Top Stretch Crew Socks One-size-fit-all. (Also plain whites, 10V2-12.) Stay neat all day! 86% cotton, 14% stretch nylon, 100% cotton interlined; $«| white with mutli-color tops. 2 for Meu's Furnishings — Street Floor 1

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,000 newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free