Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
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tt laatesDury i^yiaiet-zwuii, maiesuurg, in. Mrs.Bowman Honored on Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rnnyon, Mr. and Mrs. Danny McBeth YATES CITY - Mrs. Edson Bowman, who celebrated her birthday Sept. 11, was honored at a pre-birthday dinner in the home of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. William Hays in Canton Sept. 7. They were joined for a meal by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rnnyon of Yates City. Mrs. Bowman was a birthday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elliott and sons, Douglas, Brent and Brian Sept. 10. The 12th birthday of Douglas Elliott also was noted. Other guests were Mrs. Doris Elliott, Mrs. Nina Elliott. Everett Bantz and Steve Thurman of Yates City and Phillip Knusman of Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thurman, Sue. Steve and Gayla, entertained Mrs. Bowman at a dinner Sept. 12. Mrs. Mac Woodcock and Mrs. Russell Woodcock presented Mrs. Bowman a birthday cake. mm- Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galcsburg, III. arranged a surprise for Mrs. Bowman at Hillcrest Drive-In Theater Sept. 14. They served two large birthday cakes and ice cream to the management and employes of the theater, where the honored guest has been employed as cashier the past 14 years. Mrs. Bowman was joined by Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Schaufelberger Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schaufelberger Jr., of Peoria; Mrs. Everett Ttickey, officer, Greg Irons and Claire Sturgeon of Canton. Enter Nursing Home E. J. H. North, who had been a patient in the Cottage Hospital a few weeks, was taken to the St. Martha's Nursing Home in Knoxvillc, where he was joined by his brother Ralph, and their sister. Miss Adah North. They expect to make their home there. They have all been in failing health a number of years and no longer able to lake care of the home. Their niece, Mrs. Betty Dorney, son Charles and daughter Patty, of Covina, Calif., have been here in their interest and placed them in their new home in Knoxville. Mrs. Dorney and family have returned to their home. Yates City Briefs Members of the Yates City Lumber Co., bowling team and their wives, recently had dinner at the Townhouse in Havana. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Howell, Mr. and Mrs. George Durdle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cox, Mr. and Mrs. James McKeighan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKeighan, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ramp, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fairburn and Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge. Kevin, 1-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ramp, was honored at a birthday party in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feldner Sept. 15. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ramp and Rita, Darrel Feldner of Yates City; and Karen of Elmwood; Mr and Mrs. Dennis Ramp of Yates City. His birthday was Sept. 14. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins entertained their son Harold, his wife and children Mike, Bill and Rose Marie, of Bartonville, at dinner Sept. 13, honoring Mrs. Harold Tompkins, who celebrated her birthday Sept. 14. Kristie, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Watters, celebrated her birthday Sept. 14. Dinner guests were Mrs. Mae Hitchcock and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ralston and Janet. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Elliott and daughter of Farmington and D e n i s e Strickland of Yates City. Mrs. Mcda Shclton and son Herman had as their potluck dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shellon, Stephen and Sandra of Crevc Coeur, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shclton, Denny and Ricky of Trivoli. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Shelton of Creve Coeur; Mrs. Eugene Turner, Tresa and Jeri. The gathering was to honor Mrs. Meda Shelton, who celebrated her birthday Sept. 13. Sammy, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Norton Jr., who was taken ill, was removed to St, Francis Hospital in Peoria, where he is receiving oxygen. Henderson Group Attends Festival HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith spent the weekend at the Apple Festival in LaCrescent, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Roach and seven children of Janesville, Wis., visited over the weekend at the home of Mrs. Roach's mother, Mrs. Thomas Shea. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Side Effect in colors, textures ' heels of fashion by from 15.95 to 18.95 Radcliff J11LL ARCADE BLDG. 324-1313 — Galesburg, III. They 'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo MOM SPENDS ALL SUMMER PUTTING UP M4RVELOUS HOMEMADE JAM AND JELLV PRESERVES New Windsor News Briefs NEW WINDSOR - Patricia Brown returned Sept. 20 from Woodruff, Wis., for a shoft visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Atlee Brown. She has spent the summer months as a waitress at a resort. On Sept. 27, Miss Brown plans to leave for Columbia University in New York for additional training in the Peace Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kerner of Annawan spent a weekend at the Arthur Flack home. They were accompanied by Mrs. Flack, and brought Virginia FJack to Macomb, where she is attending Western Illinois University. John Carl Jr. arrived Sept. 18 from Oahu, Hawaii, and was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keim. Arthur" Flack and son Gary spent a weekend at Geneseo attending the Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association Show. Washington, D. C, tops the world in number of telephones per capita, with about 65 per 100 of population. READ T'E ,*AM'l ADS! Viola Group Elects Officers VIOLA — The Viola-Millersburg Presbyterian youth elected officers for the coming year at a recent meeting. The new president is Kay Peterson, vice president, Sharon Nelson; secretary, Dorothy McChesney; treasurer, Hal Earl, and reporter, Barbara Nelson. Following the program, a going away party was held for Judy Farrell and Mary McChesney, who left to enter college. AlWood Club Adds Four New Members ALPHA — Four new members joined the AlWood Woman's Club at the first meeting of the season Sept. 18 at the Alpha Baptist Church. New members are Mrs. Eugene Wallin, Mrs. Georgia Dickson, Mrs. LaVerne Carlson and Mrs. Don Nestrick. A memorial service for a deceased member, Mrs. Eva Knox, was conducted by Mrs. Florence Cole. Mrs. Knox was a charter member of the club which was started more than 40 years ago. A lighted candle was placed on the table during the meeting in memory. The president, Mrs. Glenn Setterdahl, reported that the club voted to sponsor the Junior Girl Scouts for the coming year. Program included "What's new in photography" by Bill Foley of Midwest Photography in Gales­ burg who explained and had on display various types of cameras, and demonstrated with taking some pictures. Bill PJunkett gave a report ort the music camp at Macomb which he attended this summer, and he presented a vocal solo accompanied by Miss Carolyn Cole. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Tony Petrovich, Mrs. Chauncey Malcolm Jr., Mrs. H. W. Stitt, Mrs. George Kelly and Mrs. James Stewart. 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