Smithshire Family Moves To Normal SMITHSHIRE - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hilten helped Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hilten and son Todd iftove to Normal, where Roger will begin his junior year in college. Miss Donna Ellsworth returned home last week after spending most of the summer at Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., where she was employed. Mr. and Mrs. Max Reynolds Sunday took their daughter Carol to Bloomington, where she will enter college. Mrs. Ruby Emery spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Ross in Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon DeSelms took their son Jon to Champaign Sunday to enter the university. Miss Janet Covert of Media spent a night with Miss Vickie Carlson. Barbara LaFary, Gregory Moberg and Wayne Lam Jr. started DR. I. ERNSTCIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 939 E. Mate Hount 9 AJ4. to » PM. Friday*: 9 AX to 9:30 P.M. WatfnMdar** TO Ron. 943-9317 Of 942-J01? SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox "It's a serious thing, Kathy, to-be entering an instf- tution of higher learning. I'm not going to pay much attention to the boys the first day!" to school at Smithshire this fall. Mrs. Mary Lee Taylor of Media is the teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hilten entertained guests in their home Sunday. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Parker Kin Meet NEW WINDSOR - Descendants of the late Ross Parker and Delia Whan attended the Parker reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Young of New Windsor. A total of 25 relatives attended from Rock Island, Aledo, Sherrard and New Windsor. Vacationers \ CARNIVAL By Dick Tamer Return to GerlawHome Gdfesburg Register-Moif, Gofesburg, Iff. Thursday, $et>t T % 1963 7 GERLAW - Mr. and Mrs. James Hartzell have returned home from a vacation at Prairie Lake at Chetek, Wis. They stopped at the Dells to see the Tommy Bartlett water ski show and the added attraction, the Dancing Waters. They also visited the Deer Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Larson and children Michael, Lynn Ann, Billy and Susan of Victoria, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, the Vivian Larsons. Mrs. Hans Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jensen and family motored to Lostant Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ryner went to Peoria Sunday to attend the horseshoe tournament. Motoring to Maquoketa, Iowa, Sunday were Mi*, and Mrs. Charles Boock. Bill Berner has returned home from the Cottage Hospital. New residents of the Gerlaw area are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevenson and daughters. Mrs. Stevenson is the former Irene Vance, who lived here before her marriage. The Mothers of Twins Club will have a picnic at Monmouth Park for their families Sept. 15. Mrs. Gertrude Pheiffer was hostess Tuesday to the Gerlaw Nite unit of Homemakers Extension. Finas Peters of Iowa was a "Indeed we 4o have an Incentive plan! It's oaJlad 'no work, no p &Vl" recent visitor of the Dick Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGraw, Donna and Bob of Davenport, were recent guests of brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Blair. On Labor Day, Mr. and Mrs. Don Braselton, Marcia, Sus- Back to School STUDENT LAMP SPECIAL Regwiarly $11 95 each ON1Y 74?" DOWN buys one lamp or a pair. Balance monthly. "Readin', writin', and 'rithmetic"—grade school, high school, college—on every level of learning the student in your family will do better with a better light--better sight study lamp. Nothing compares to this flood of glare-free illumination to help young minds work before young eyes get tired. These lamps pass all tests for styling. Traditional, Modern, Early American- take your pick while this School Starter Special lasts. And save 2 dollars. ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY an and Ronnie of Swan Creek also were dinner guests of the Blairs. It was a birthday dinner for Bob McGraw and Mrs. Braselton and Susan. Several gifts were presented the honored guests. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Krichcl of Keokuk, were recent catlers of Mrs. Doris Johnson and her mother. Mr. and Mrs. James Esters are the parents of a boy, born Sept. 1 at Monmouth Hospital. He has been named James Ray. Labor Day dinner guests of the Neil McCrerys were Mrs. Lulu McCrery of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Darrah of Fall Creek. Henderson Couple Returns From Trip HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Franks have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wangerow of Merrifield. Minn. They helped celebrate Mrs. Wangerow's birthday. She is Mrs. Frank's mother. Jerry Franks returned to Alabama College at Jacksonville, Ala. this past week. KRZGD HIP-ZIP Reverse twist fortified witn Duponf 420 Nylon. Available in black, grey or olive. Smart enough for dress . . , tough enough for school. $7.95 Downtown G«le»byrg Willmmsfield PTA to Convene WILLIAMSF1ELD - Mrs. Gordon Wight. PTA president for 1963-64 has announced the opening meeting of (he Williamsfield PTA for Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the high school cafeteria. A reception for the teachers of District 210 is being planned. They and their families will be guests at the potluck supper. Parents will be afforded the opportunity of meeting the teachers at this time. Members were, urged to lake well-filled baskets and table service for the supper. PTA dues of 25 cents per member is payable at this time to John Pierson, treasurer, who will have membership cards available. The PTA held a tea for new parents at the home ec room at the high school Sept. If). Mrs. Carroll Taylor was in charge of arrangements. BERL Watch Crystals NORD Replaced JEWELERS in 30 Minutes. Official C.B.4Q. and Santa Fe Watch Inspector 314 E. MAIN ST. located E. Marie Shop PENNEYS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY More Time To Save! 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