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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
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16 Gafesburg Register-Molt, Galesburg, 111, Wed, Sept. 11, 1963 Aledoans Are Honored on Anniversary NORTH HENDERSON - A party was held for Mr. and Mrs Frank Swanson of Aledo in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 4 at the home of their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheline. Assisting hostesses were Mr. find Mrs. Herbert Swanson, Richard Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keesee and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swanson. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Max Streeter, Art Swanson, Mrs George Johnson Sr., Harry, Ed and Alice Swanson, Mr. and Mrs George Johnson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCaw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson and Mrs Inez Halstead. Cards were played with favors going to Mrs. Frank Swanson, Mrs. Richard McCaw and Robert Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson received many gifts and cards. TIZZY By Kate Osaun Bride Is Honored at Fairview Party FAIRVTEW — A miscellaneous shower was held Friday evening, Sept. 6 in the home of Mrs. Fred Masocco for Mrs. Galen Timmons, formerly Miss Diana Lehnhausen. Mrs. William Vin Camp and Miss Mary Ann Vin Camp were co-hostesses. Attending were Mrs. Emma Sherman, Mrs. Ethel Vin Camp, Mrs. Anna Montonya, Mrs. Clarence Cook, Mrs. Frank Cameron, Mrs. Russell Savill, Mrs. Ralph Abbadusky, Mrs. William McCleish, Mrs. Jacob Lindstrom, Mrs. Dale Lehnhausen. Also Mrs. Bartel Bylsma, Mrs. Jack Schleich, Mrs. Bruce Voorhees, Mrs. Jessie Suydam and Mary Jo, Miss Margaret Bolender, Miss Joyce Mahr and Leslye Omer, all of Fairview, Mrs. Daune Timmons, Mrs. William Johnson, Mrs. Lyman Morey, London Mills. "Margaret got her school supplies today. She bought four lipsticks and six different colors of nail polish!" Anniversary Celebrated at London Mills LONDON MILLS — Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chalten entertained with a chicken supper Labor Day night to honor her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James TerwilJiger, on their 15th anniversary. Others present were their sons, Mickey and Timmy Chatten, Bernard and Robert Terwilliger, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barkley, Jerry and Larry, all of London Mills, and Audrey Arie of Altona. Center Prairie News Topics CENTER PRAIRIE-Carol Ostrom of Champaign arrived home last weekend after having spent the summer in graduate school at the University of Illinois. She is working on her masters degree in special education. She will return for her second year of teaching duties at Champaign High School, where she is involved in a research project. Miss Judy Cramer entered college at Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cramer spent the weekend at the old threshers convention at Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ora. Ingles and Mrs. Cora Haggerty of Galva, Mr. and Mrs. John Larson and Mrs. Al Stegall of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Phelps and son of Mineral and Mrs. Mary Harpman and Linda were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lindstrom. Mrs. Hilma Wongstrom and daughter Mrs. Don Seaton of Mississippi were recent visitors at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lindstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mustain visited Saturday at Nauvoo. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson visited Sunday with Mrs. Bown at Macomb. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hill of Jacksonville were recent visitors at the Percy Cain home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barkley and Larry drove to Newport, Pa., to return his father, Harry Barkley, to Farmington. A Wedding In Your Future? Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Bonk " You Receive A Free Gift Too 342-1417 Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 E. Main Seaton Woman Joins Party On Trip West SEATON — Mrs. Nellie White left Friday with her aunt, Mrs. V. Morrow, and daughter-in- law, Mrs. Laurence Morrow of Joy, for Lindon, Kan., where they will visit Mrs. V, Morrow's brother, Scott Kiddoo, and other relatives. J. W. Callahan of Galesburg was a caller at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Otto, Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Otto, accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. Fred Van Fleet ol Alexis, Wednesday, took Mi - . Otto to the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City, where he will remain for at least 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Swenson spent Wednesday in Kirkwood at the home of his brother-in-law, Fred Bergland. Peterson Kin Gather at Colony School BISHOP HILL - A reunion of the descendants of Charles and Emma Peterson was held at the colony school house recently. The Petersons resided in Bishop Hill a number of years ago in the house on the Glenn Ericson property. Mrs. J. W. Okerstrom of Galva is the only living member of the Peterson family. The youngest member present was Erik, three- week-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peterson of Moline. Mrs. L. E. Telleen of Cambridge presented a resume of the family history. Mrs. Teleen was appointed secretary of the group and Mrs. Lenore McKenzie of Chicago and Mrs. Harvey McDowell of Woodhull are to arrange for next year's reunion. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Okerstrom and John and Lyle Peterson, Galva; Mr. and Mrs. Al Bjorklund, Rolling Meadows; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McDowell, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Cathcart, Woodhull; Judge and Mrs. L. E. Telleen, Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson, Cambridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Peterson and family, Miss Mary Ann Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peterson and Erik, Moline. Others present were Mrs. Fred Adams, Borrego Springs, Calif.; Mrs. Lenore McKenzie and Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Martinez, Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wertsch and family, Delavan. The Block Hills PASSION PLAY STUDENT MATINEE Monday, September 30 12:45 P.M. GALESBURG SR. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Price 75c Tax Included Tickets will be on sale ar the Galesburg Register-Mail Office September 18 to 27 — 8 a.m. to 4 P.M. Public School students will be dismissed at noon Monday, Sept. 30 to attend the Matinee Performance upon the presentation of a ticket. Students must provide their own transportation to and from the auditorium. No school buses will be available for returning students to the Grade or Junior High Schools. Admission Price for ADULTS accompanying the children will be $2.00 tax included. Carlson Kin Hold Reunion At Oneida ONEIDA — Descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Carlson of Wataga held their first reunion recently at the home of Mv. and Mrs. DeWayne Holmes near Oneida. A potluck dinner was served to 45 members. Carl A. Carlson of St. Louis, was the oldest member present and Mark Johnson of Appleton, * the youngest. Mrs. Robert E. Olson of Grove City, Minn., cam* the greatest distance. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Cole and family, Chicago; Dr. and Mrs. Richard Rost and family, Normal; Mrs. Roy Codding and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Codding, Bloomington; Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Carlson, St. Louis; Dr. and Mrs. Martin McLellan, Danville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunlop and family, Moline, and Miss Elloise Carlson, Rock Island. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Johnson and family, Appleton; Grant Huston, Galesburg; Mrs. Robert Olson, Grove City, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Swanson, Mrs. Herbert Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Holmes and family and Mrs. May Gustafson, Wataga. Instead of Idleness DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) P. F. Beeler, a small - town banker, didn't like the idleness of retirement. So he got a job as an orderly at a Des Moines hospital. Now, after 15 years on the job at the hospital, some of his best friends have just learned the meaning of the "P.F." It is Pleasant Fred. 67 th Birthday Celebrated at New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Harry Wadhams, whose 67th birthday anniversary was Sept. 7, was honored Sept. 8 at his home in observance of the event. The following relatives greeted him: Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Wadhams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Reffett and family of Altona, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wadhams and family of North Henderson and Mrs. and Mrs Donald Wadhams and family and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wadhams and family. Henderson Club To Convene Friday HENDERSON — The Henderson Woman's Club will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. in clubroom. The speaker will be Mrs. Ruth Cooper from the Illinois Power Co. Her talk will be "Lighting." She will show a film, "The Pulse of Light." The hostesses will be Mrs. Oscar Nelson, Mrs. Percy Watters, Mrs. Carl Christianson and Mrs. Ruth Bewley. READ THE WANT ADS1 Good Hope OES Chapter Has Advance Night GREENBUSH - When the Good Hope chapter, Order of Eastern Star observed Advance night, Aug. 24, at the Good Hope lodge hall, Good Hope, guest of honor was Mrs. Mariam Wallick, the associate matron of Violet chapter of Galesburg. Norma Adams, of the Evening Star chapter was instructress. Esther and Maurice Decounter served as welcoming matron and patron. There were 16 chapters that were represented at this meeting. Refreshments were served to some 58 members and guests. The soloists for the evening were Lourse Lundstrum and Evelyn Stegall, both of Abingdon chapter. They sang, "The Eyes of God Are Smiling Down on You" to the guests of honor. Representatives of various chapters in the area were present to serve as guest officers. Edith Johnson of the Woodhull chapter was in charge of the guest book. Hostesses were Martha Murphy of the Mary Lincoln chapter and Esther Anderson of the Oquawka chapter. The Baltimore Orioles have led the American League in pinch- hitting for the past four years with averages of .262, .267, .281 and .286. Birthday Is Observed at E. Galesburg EAST GALESBURG - A surprise birthday dinner was held for Penny Sue Mack. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Strauss and girls Jackie and Shelly, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shanks and girls Linda, Vickie, Denise and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fitchie and Dariene and Mrs. Gertrude Loman, her grandmother. East Galesburg Briefs The Chit Chat Club met at the home of Dorothy LaFolette. Bunco was played and prizes were won by Marion Krohn, Frances Straus and Dorothy Mack. The Friendly Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs. Delores Clewell. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lil Evans, Mrs. Tom Strauss and Mrs. Mary Hamline. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Layton and son Steve moved back to Phoenix, Ariz. Their oldest son Floyd Jr. remained in their home as his work is in Galesburg. News Hems Of Belmont BELMONT — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rowley attended the Old Threshers picnic at Mount Pleasant, Iowa the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ballard and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Addleman had a picnic dinner A yellow perch weighing 4 pounds, 3',6 ounces, caught by Dr. C. C. Abbott in New Jersey in May, 1865, is still considered a record for its class. north of Oquawka Sunday and also went boating. A family night supper, youth missionary study classes and board meeting will be held Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dye of Rio and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark of Aiecb were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson in honor of the birthday anniversary of Clark. The Floren Rowley family and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fredricksoit attended the rodeo in Fort Madison Saturday. Bill DeWitt, president of the Cincinnati Reds, started his baseball career as an office boy for the St. Louis Browns in 1916 at the age of 14. READ THE WANT ADS! Announcing . . . NEW REAL ESTATE COURSE To Start in Downtown Peoria September 30 • A practical REAL ESTATE COURSE FOR BEGINNERS. Sessions held every Monday evening for 16 weeks. Qualifies for the state examination. Contains everything you should know to become successful in the real estate business. • Taught by Ellery E. Lay, a prominent Peoria real estate broker and appraiser. Mr. Lay has taught our real estate courses for the past eight years. Every session is actually a "real estate laboratory"—filled with "know-how" to make you successful. Ask for Brochure which contains all information. Write, telephone 673-1256, or call personally. Midstate College of Commerce 240 S. W. Jefferson Avenue Downtown Peoria the importance of money There are many yardsticks for measuring success. Bot'CQB that everybody understands is good hand doMais and cents. two facts standout dearly: • More advertising dollars are Invested in daily newspaperseacfc year than in television, magazines, radio and outdoor combined. • Newspapers continue togrowin importance. Since1949, news* paper advertising volume has increased by $1.7 billion—which is more than the totaJ advertising volume of TV today. As national income rises, as the education level of thepub* Be rises, at nwiiiirfiir power rises, as dollar volume of Booth and sowfcos rises, newspapers prosper because they become more needed by more people. When it's time to pay out good doJTars, advertisers who know the importance of money put theirs on the best buy-* daily newspapers. MORE reOHLE DO MORE BUSINESS i

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