Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 16, 1963
Page 11
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Yates Cityan Returns From Trip to Iowa YATES CITY - Mrs. Wilbur Bliss, who spent a number of days assisting her son, John Wilbur Bliss and family, in moving from Rockford to Garrison, Iowa, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss and daughters, Judy, Jama, Jill and Jennifer, accompanied her home and spent until Tuesday in the Bliss home. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Blaser, Aletha Sue and Sidney of Taylor Ridge came Saturday and spent until Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bliss. Other Saturday supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cooper, Larry and Wayne of Dallas, Tex., and Wayne Ozier and children, Christy and Eric of Arthur. Ozier is a pilot and flew the Coopers and his family to the Tri-County field west of Yates City, where they were met by the Blisses. Yates City Briefs Mrs. Julia Shives is teaching the fourth grade, substituting for Miss Beulah Rock of Knoxville, whose mother died Sept. 3. Mrs. Shives taught all last week and will have charge of the class all this week. Mrs. Jack Bickford and daughters, Nancy and Connie, of Arlington Heights who spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Windish, was taken to her home by her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Naumann of Newark spent two days with the Paul Naumann family. Mr. and Mrs. Harley C. Fuller of Yates City accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ross Tackman of Peoria, where they vacationed in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, and Canada. They returned home Sunday. In the absence of Fuller, the service Mrs. Larry Windish motored to Macomb Saturday to accompany CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Somebody's been stringing you about the value of these different colored poker chips, Dad! None of them are worth a thing at the Candy Kitchen!" TIZZY By Kate Osann SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox Golesburg Register-Moil, Gafesburg, 111, Monday, Sept. 16, 1963 11, 9-/& m 1X3 hf NtA, t»t.' TM. >t». \)X M. ON "I'm not crazy about bridge either, Edna ... but I don't want any bloodshed about the fish they caught this summer!" *l thought you might be able to use my old cartridge belt to carry your lipsticks!" Please! Only you can prevent forest fires Published as a public service In cooperation with The Advertising Council and the Newspaper Advertising Executives Association. her sister, Miss Judy Cramer of Williamsfield, who enrolled at Western Illinois University, station was in charge of Gale Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Orin McKinty spent a vacation in Iowa, Wiscon sin and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. James McKeighan, who had been spending a few weeks in Canada on their annual fishing vacation, have re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hodnik of Chicago spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. a r ' 1 Mrs. Walter Smith. They all attended a family picnic at Lake Storey in Gales burg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barra of Roa noke spent a weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hanks Jr., Leroy, Madoline and Denni spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Billsboro and family at Coon Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, I. M. Tompkins, who celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary Sept. 4, were honored at a dinner Sept. 5 in the home R TO KEEP YOUNG STAY HEALTHY Anyone who lived to be fifty about a hundred years ago was considered very fortunate. Few were actively healthy at forty. Now, average life expectancy is in the seventies. You are young as long as you have good health. New medical techniques assure more accurate diagnosis. New drugs, hormones and vitamins are positive acting. Go to your phy* sician quickly when sick- He can help you to 6tay healthy and young. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? HAWTHORNE DRUG CO. 15 I, MAIN ST. If your Doctor Prescribes It- Hawthorn* His It Copyright 1961 of their son Harold and family in Bartonvrlle. Other guests were Miss Lenora Weyhiich of Peoria, Mrs. Myrtle Weyhrich of Pekin, and Mrs. Helen Hillman of Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitzgerald of Brimfield and Mr. and Mrs. Don Burgess and Jack Sunday had dinner with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Richardson and Mr", and Mrs. Burl Nelson Sunday had dinner at Ma- roonis near Peoria, honoring Mrs. Richardson, who celebrated her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ragsdale returned home Sunday after a 2-week fishing trip to Sand Lake at Grand Rapids, Minn., and at Woman Lake at Longville, Minn. They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vance of Dysart, Iowa. For a number of years, the two couples have vacationed in Minnesota. Attending the seminar at the First Methodist Church in Peoria Sept. 6 were Mrs. Herman Laurson, Mrs. Walter Drkeman, Mrs, Claire Cooper and Mrs. Nina Elliott, of Yates City. Mr. and Mrs, John Settles are the new tenants on the Glen Rog ers farm, which joins the south east part of Yates City. Settles has been discharged from the Air Force, where he spent 22 years. They are from North Carolina. Larry Windish returned to his home after entering his sheep at the fair in Des Moines recently His wife spent a few days in that city with him- Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN OAUSBWRQ HAWTHORNE P1U6 COMPANY -* >9* MUM WMIftrlM a. N. Henderson Vacationers Return Home NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Orwig and family and Mrs. Lucy Orwig have returned home from a vacation trip. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and daughter at Tacoma, Wash. They vacationed at Yellowstone National Park and up in the Redwoods in California. North Henderson Briefs Luther Johnson was taken to the Moline Public Hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Anita Driffil and Mrs. Lillie Humes drove to Moline Tuesday. Mrs. George Speirer, who had surgery the past week at the Moline Public Hospital, returned home • ith them. Mrs. Ransom Allen is a patient at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Ralph G 1 a d s o n, Mrs. George Eyre and daughters of Galesburg were recent guests at coffee with Mrs. Alice Armstrong. Mrs. Gladson also remained overnight with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd, Jennie, Patsy and Lou Ann attended church service? at Bradford Sunday, and visited friends. They formerly lived there. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carter of Burlington, vis**- 1 Surrey at the Shcp'^ra home. Paul Swan«oi. son of ..nd Mrs. Walfred Swanson, went to Rock Is' to enter t: .a College for his sophomore year. Mrs. Am-- '•• C~ ' • of W-Mi- hull; Mrs. Myrt 1 Ernst of Chicago —.d V ' * — ~ o recent dinner guests at th home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold T-rnquist. Mr. an-' y , T ' son • joined <s supper guests of Mr F t Elib at < at Mtline. it and Mrs. L ' • j Hotel spent the eve with Mrs. :na Edwards at Rock- Island. Mr. -nd Mrs. Phil O 1 - u ive returned from a visit with their son-in-law arrl d? -. ? id Mrs. Bob Eno at Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. Amanda Carlson of Woodhull spent a weekend with Mrs. Alice Armstrong. They were joined tor dn .ier Sunday at Mrs. Armstrong's lv>me by Mrs. Lulu Tornquist of Ai°vs; Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Carlson and daughters Mary and K-is of Woodhull and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Winkler. Joe Rekli of Seattle, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Noble Moore ot Knoxville weer recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Tornquist. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Corns? DR. SCHOLL'S ZINO-PADS STOP Relief Starts In SECONDS I Dr. Scholl 'B Zino-padB speedily relievo corns, sore toea, tender spots. They also remove corns one of the quickest ways known to medical science. Zino-puds are wuter-repol- lent—do not come off in the bnth. Get this truly wonderful relief today I D- Scholls Zi no pads IN ADVANCE OF TICKET OFFICE OPENING! 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