Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 28
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28 Gcitesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, UK Thursday, Aug. 29, 1963 WittiamsUeld Club Holds Family Picnic WILLIAMSFIELD - The Wil- linmsfield Junior Woman's Club held its family picnic find meeting at Little John Conservation Club Aug. 21. Mrs. Raymond Smith, president, welcomed one of the new members, Mrs. Dave Mailen, a newcomer to the community. Several new committees were announced by Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Kenneth DeWolfe will be chair- That's the price of a new Hammond Organ at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. 564 N. Henderson St man for the stamps for the wounded. The stamps to be collected will be thttse commemorating an event, regular postage stamps of seven cents or over and airmail commemorative. The club receives five points for doing this project. Mrs. William Baird's chairmanship for gowns for Project Hope was also announced. Mrs. Baird announced that gowns are to be made from men's old white shirts, and anyone wishing to donate such should contact Mrs. Baird. Normal will be the scene of a federation workshop on Sept. 12 at 9:30 a.m. Those wishing to CARROLL'S OPEN EVERY NIGHT for SCHOOL SUPPLIES attend should contact Mrs. Smith. Mrs. John Potter announced there will be a district sewing contest. Mrs. Larry Rice reported that Sept. 10 there will be a workshop at the Research Hospital. In the absence of kindergarten chairman Mrs. James Self, Mrs. Clinton Cannon reported to the members that Mrs. Wilson had sent out letters to the parents of her pupils announcing plans for the coming year. A get-acquainted session is planned for Sept. 28 and 29. Chairman of the ways and means, Mrs. Kenneth DeWolfe passed out the candy and nuts to be sold by the members as a start toward the committees set goal. Members were asked to give their money to Mrs. Roger Gibson, treasurer. Mrs. DeWolfe also reported she had checked into the trip to tour Szolds. DR. L ERNJIEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 339 E. Mala Honrit 8 AM. to 6 PM. Friday*: » AJ*. to 1:30 P.M. Wednesday*! Til Noon. 343-6317 or 343-3017 OUR ANCESTORS "I'm selling steel and buying stock In the coming thinff—mustache wax!" Group Dines At Toulon Home TOULON — Mrs. J. C. Williamson of Toulon was hostess Sunday at a dinner honoring Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Freidinger on their 50th wedding anniversary. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. John Lowman, John Lowman Jr., Miss Lucienne Lowman and Mrs. J. E. Strobel, of Decatur; Mr., and Mrs. J. K. Strobel, Linda and Sallie Strobel and Jack Strobel of Morris and Dr. and Mrs. Freidinger of Decatur and Mrs. Williamson. Mrs. Freidinger and Mrs. J. E. Strobel are sisters of the late Dr. J. C. Williamson of Toulon. Miller Kin Hold Reunion NORTH HENDERSON - The Chauncy S. and Margaret J. Miller reunion dinner was held Aug. 25 at Lake storey. Committee in charge included Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Miller of Woodhull. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Miller of Marietta will be in charge of the 1964 reunion. They attended this year's minion, along with their children. Gifts went to the youngest member, Tanya Sue Melvln; oldest couple, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Crayton of Augusta, and longest distance, Mr. and Mrs. Estel Snoop and family of Mundelein. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller and son Robert and Charles of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred MHler and Betty of Rushville, Mr. and Mrs. fiert Wells of Alpha and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Millet, Susan and Edward of North Henderson. Guests were John and firenda Rogers and Marsha Bloyd, of Canton and Mrs. Clara 8. Weaver of St. David. THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? 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