Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 17
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
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Alexis Club Sets Library Open House ALEXIS — The Alexis Junior Woman's Club will hold open house at the Alexis Library Sept. 12 from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Program is at the Woman's Club Building at 8:30 p.m. The club desires to show the public the redecorating and work it has accomplished at the library. Alexis Briefs The families of Frank Purlee, Mrs. Robert Purlee and S. W. Timberlake attended a potluck dinner Aug. 31 in honor of their father, P. P. Purlee on his 94th birthday. The affair was at his home in Monmouth. Miss Edna and Katherine Shunick of Chicago, have been visiting at the home of their brother, L. B. Shunick, helping care for his family, Mrs. Shunick being called to Colorado by the death of her mother, Mrs. Arch McKay. Miss Garnet Osborn left for her home in Chicago Wednesday after visiting the past month with relatives and friends in Alexis and Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goodnight of Rock Island and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Deuth Jr. and family of Geneseo, spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Edith Deuth. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnston have returned home after visiting friends in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Howard and Mrs. Kenneth Patterson have Gilson School Enrolls 87 piwrvAL By Dick Tome, Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Wed, Sept. 11, 1963 17, WAKE UP RARIN' TO GO Without Nagging Backache Now! You can set the fast relief you need from nagging backache, headache and .muscularaches and pains that often cause .restless nights and miserable tired-out feelings. When these discomforts come on with over-exertion or stress and strain —you want relief—want it fasti Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation following wrong food and drink—of ten setting up a restless uncomfortable feeling. Doan's Pills work fast in 3 separate ways: 1. by speedy pain-relieving action to ease torment of nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pains, 2. by soothing effect on bladder irritation. 3. by mild diuretic action tending to increase output of the 15 miles of kidney tubes. Enjoy a good night's sleep and the same happy relief millions have for over 60 years. For convenience, ask for the large size. Get Doan's Pills todayl GILSON - Gilson Grade School opened Aug. 27 with 87 pupils enrolled for classes. News Briefs With Postmaster Mrs. Madge L. Snell on vacation, E. E. Snell, assistant clerk, has been in charge of the post offfce. Callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hodges Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Myers of Kahoka, Mo., and Mrs. Onia Bair of Keokuk. Hold Farewell Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snell and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodley had dinner at the home of Mf. and Mrs. Ralph Wills, near Henderson, Aug. 28. It was a farewell party for the Woodleys, who left Aug. 29 for their home in Costa Mesa, Calif. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Phil Snell and Cynthia of Wataga and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones and children of Galesburg. It was three years since the Woodleys last visited her parents, the Earl Snells. Gilson Briefs Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Becker have returned from a vacation trip to Pinckneyville. They attended the annual Thresher reunion, the faif at Du Quoin, and also visited in St. Louis. They marked their wedding anniversary while they were away. Mrs. Earl Westfall, who was a patient in a Elmhurst, 111., hospi- returned home after visiting reta tives in North Dakota. Mrs. Pat terson visited her daughter, Mrs Glenn Allen and husband in Mason City, Iowa. Kevin and Krista Combs of Newton spent a week with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Elder while their parents attended Puri na Fall Sales meeting in Spring field. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Combs came to Alexis Sunday for a week's vacation. Miss Susie Patterson of Waltham, Minn., is visiting her brothers Sam and Kenneth Patterson and families iri Alexis. Mrs. Tekla Martin has returned to her home from Cottage Hospital at Galesburg, after being confined there for care of a broken leg. KELLOGG'S - PRESENTS A Good Will Ambassador A "Basis-eze" Dress All pure wool by Amerotron is at its best advantage in the shape of a sheath from Puritan Forever Young The natural dropped raglan shoulder, the halter-cut neck, the molded bodice, are gems in dressmaking for flattery, fit, and pure genius in design. Your very own accessories change the mood, hour, day, and event at your slightest whim. ... No matter what your size or age is . . . buy one, two or three 'Life Savers' in different colors. REGULAR AND PLUS SIZES tal six weeks, is spending a few days with Mrs. Pearl Humphrey at her Fox River Grove home. Mr. and Mrs. Westfall took a plane home to Fort Pierce, Fla., Labor Day. Mrs. Westfall is the former Gladys Hunter of near Abingdon. The backyard of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Nelson was a busy place Aug. 27 when about 30 parents and children gathered for a wiener roast for the Cub Scouts. Scoutmaster Richard Nelson presented Jeff Jefferson a wolf badge. Scout Pack 233 met recently in the Dorrance Burnough timber and cooked supper. Scoutmaster Dave Morse and his assistant, Ted Hodge, cooked the meal. Smithshire News Items SMITHSHIRE — Miss Carol Reynolds has returned home after spending the past two months with her sister, Mrs. Stephen Magee and family at Eugene, Ore. Miss Carol Hines of Des Moines, Iowa, recently visited her cousin, Mrs. John Twomey. Mrs. Katherine Starbuck of Monmouth also was a guest in the home of her niece. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Reynolds have returned from a visit with friends in Flint, Mich. Mrs. Harry Davis spent several days with her sister and brother in Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Romano of Joliet spent a weekend with her brothers Albert and Kyle Hilten, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen visited with relatives in Homewood over the Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hilten, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson, Vickie and Steve, Mrs. Ruby Kimery and Mrs. Quilla Anderson met Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kerr and family of Middletown, Iowa, at Crapo Park in Burlington Sept. 1 for a picnic. Norma Milligan has returned home after several weeks stay in San Diego, Calif., with his wife and son. 'Have you ever had the feeling, on your first date in a home, that you've been in their refrigerator before?" Western Illinois Birth Record Altona Unit Plans Parties At Research ALTONA - The Rachel Unit of Lutheran Church Women of Altona met Sept. 3 in the Parish Hall. A guest was Mrs. Max Olson. The Research Hospital workshop was announced for Sept. 10. The service committee reported that from the vote taken at the August meeting it had decided to continue to co-sponsor monthly Research Hospital parties with the Mary Marthas for Ward C-22 this coming year. Offering envelopes for use at the general meetings were distributed by Mrs. Irving Lundeen. Mrs. Gale Adams, chairman, announced the committee chairmen for the new year as follows: Faith and life, Mrs. Clark Main; outreach and fellowship, Mrs. Carl McClay; Christian action, Mrs. Roger Appell; magazine secretary, Miss Theo Norene. The program was announced by Mrs. Clark Main, program chairman. Mrs. Robert Saylor gave the devotions. The Bible study, giving background information for Paul's letter to the Philippi- ans, was presented by Pastor Tetzlaff. Mrs. Glen Johnson and Mrs. Robert Saylor were in charge of the social hour. Scout Council Fund Drive Is Organized NORTH HENDERSON — C. R. Duncan, district chairman of the Sauk Prairie District of the Sac- Fox Council, Boy Scouts of America, has announced that plans have been made for the district's independent finance drive. In the district comprising lower Rock Island and Mercer counties, an independent finance drive is held in every major community in the district to raise funds for the council. Duncan announced that William Marshall of Aledo will head the campaign. Marshall is to set up a district training meeting Sept. 9 for community campaign chairmen. All communities are expected to begin drives Sept. 30. Marshall and his committee will recruit men for the drive from North Henderson, Aledo, Alexis, Edgington, Joy, Keithsburg, Matherville, New Boston, New Wind? sor, Preemption, Reynolds, Seaton, Sherrard and Viola. READ THE WANT ADS1 YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. William Dale Bantz of Piano are the parents of a son Scott William, born Sept. 4 in Aurora. The couple have also a daughter Susan Arlene. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bantz are former Yates City residents. Mrs. Mary Keene of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bantz of Aurora are the grandparents, Mrs. Edna Bantz and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Runyon of Yates City are the great-grandparents. YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bantz of Oklahoma City, Okla., are the parents of a son Jeffery Robert, born Sept. 1 in that city. He is their first child. The mother is the former Diane Schoelfield of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Schoelfield of Detroit, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bantz are the grandparents, Mrs. Edna Bantz and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Runyon of Yates City are the great-grandparents. ALPHA — Lt. and Mrs. Paul Kronsted are parents of a daughter Elaine Ann, born Sept. 5 at Fitzsimmons Army Hospital, Denver, Colo. She is welcomed by a brother Frank Allen. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kronsted, Alpha, and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Rice, Denver. ALPHA — Pfc. and Mrs. Willis A. (Bud) Doxsee of 1809'/is Andrews Ave., Lawton, Okla., are the parents of a son, born Sept. 2. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Willis Doxsee of Alpha. Pfc. Doxsee is stationed at Ft. Sill, Okla. BIGGSVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Mike McGraw are the parents of a son, born Sept. 3 at the Burlington Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson are the maternal grandparents and Walter Kilgore the paternal great-grandfather. Henry County Lodge Conclave Slated Oct. 16 WOODHULL — A regular meeting of the Royal Neighbor Lodge was held Thursday in the Modern Woodman Hall. Mrs. Isabelle Phelan, district deputy from Moline, was in attendance. Announcement of the annual Henry County convention in Kewanee Oct. 16 was made. Game* were in charge of Mrs. Minnie Johnson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Edith Johnson and Mrs, Marian Cain. Guests were from Alpha, Galva, Altona, Andover, Cambridge, Orion, New Windsor and Woodhull. TOULON—Rev. and Mrs. John H. Curtis of Toulon are the parents of a daughter Nancy Elizabeth born Sept. 5 at Kewanee Public Hospital. The Rev. Mr. Curtis is pastor at the Toulon Methodist Church. TOULON—Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Reed of Peoria are the parents of a son born Sept. 2 at Peoria Methodist Hospital. He is their second child and first son. Mr. and Mrs. James Reed of Peoria, former Toulon residents, are the grandparents, and Mrs. Elsie Pauli of Toulon is great-grandmother. WOODHULL — Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kronsted in a Denver, Colo., hospital Sept, 7. A brother will welcome the infant sister. Kronsted is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kronsted, Alpha, and is stationed at the Minot, N.D., Air Force Base. Lt. Kronsted and his family will locate in Minot. New Windsor PTA Leaders Announced NEW WINDSOR — The follow ing committee chairmen have been appointed by the officers of New Windsor Parent-Teacher Association, of which Mrs. Lyman Dahlgren is the president: Ways and means, Mrs. Dale Tornquist; program, Mrs. Paul Holmes and Arthur Willems; scholarship, Mrs. William Johnson; hospitality, Mrs. Curtis Young; membership, Mrs. Dallas Switzer; publicity, Mrs. Alden Johnson; legislation, Mrs. Mahlon Lindgren; projects, Mrs. C. M. Linken. Room parents are the Robert Marinangelis and Raymond Lit- tons for the first grade; Harold Monsons and Richard Ristans, second; Robert Olsons and Howard Ycrkeys, third; Lyle Johnsons and Wilbur Linclbecks, fourth; Arnold Roquets and Dale Thurmens, fifth, and Richard Larsons and Ralph Shews, sixth. DR. L. ERN5TEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 339 E. Main Hours! » A.M. to 6 P.M. Fridays: 8 AJl to iiSO P.I Wadnaidar'a Til Noos. 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