Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
Page 11
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Neivs Items Of Alexis ALEXIS—Miss Jan Stewart and girl friend of Iowa City, spent the weekend with her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Deuth. Miss Sheila Enderlin spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, attending the Whisler-Boar wedding at St. Matthews Church. Peggy and Sheila were classmates at Marycrest College, Davenport. Mrs. Leone Wood, who teaches school in Peoria, spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Crissie Bruington. Miss Janet Agan, Cherry Richardson and Stanley Gregory left WhfGood-Time'' Charlie Suffers Uneasy Bladder Unwise eating or drinking may be a source of mild, but annoying bladder irritations — making you feel restless, tense, and uncomfortable. And if restless nights, with nagging backache, headache or muscular aches and pains due to over-exertion, strain or emotional upset, are adding to your misery —don't wait—try Doan's Pills. Doan's Pills act 3 ways for speedy relief. 1 — They have a soothing effect on bladder irritations. 2 — A fast pain- relieving action on nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pains. 3 —A wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the kidneys, tending to increase the output of the 15 miles of kidney tubes. So, get the same happy relief millions have enjoyed for over 60 years. For convenience, ask for the large size. Get Doan's Pills today! Doan's Sunday for Western Illinois Uni* versity at Macomb to enter as freshman. Faculty Club Meets The Faculty Bridge Club was entertained for first fall meeting at the home of Mrs. William Hurt at North Henderson Sept. 12. Dessert was served followed by bridge. Mrs. Tom Knox, Mrs. James Hussey, Mrs. George Zar- coff and Mrs. Gould received favors. Miss Ruth Anderson was a guest. Miss Linda Warnock, who had been employed this summer at Glacier National Park, has returned home to resume her school work at Monmouth College. Gary Johnson and Larry Mayhew have returned to school at Drake University at Des Moines. Mary Castrodale has returned to Carthage College. Miss Sheila Devlin left Sunday to attend Blackhawk Junior College at Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Holsinger and children of River Forest, spent the weekend at their home in Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Corbin purchased the Mrs. Loreen Bruington home on North Alexander Street and will move in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. John Hanna of Rock Island spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanna, and his parents in Galesburg. Mrs. Ernest Brown and children of Aledo spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Charles Milner. Clifford Kin Hold Reunion RIO ^- Descendants of Henry and Adella Knapp Clifford met recently at the Galva Grange Hall for their annual reunion. The John Clifford and Minnie Bothwell families were in charge of the evening potluck meal. The oldest member attending was John Clifford Sr. of Victoria. The youngest member present was Gregory Kenney of Bishop Hill. Those attending from the greatest distance were Mr. and Mrs. John Clifford Jr. of Moline. There were three deaths, no births and three weddings during the past year. Those attending were Mrs. John Clifford Sr., Mrs. Minnie Bothwell, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bothwell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifford, Jr. and family, all of Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. Emery Norberg, Woodhull; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. David Kenney and family, Bishop Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stancomb, Mrs. Christine Frye, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. John Clifford Jr., Moline; Mrs. Elaine Dykeman, Galva; Kenneth Clifford and family, Knoxville, and Mr. and Mrs. David Hendricks and family, Rio. Those in charge of next year's reunion will be the Frank Cliffords, Geoige Cliffords and David Hendricks families. DEPENDABLE LOAN SERVICE CALL ON US FOR CASH BUY WHAT YOU NEED. We'll finance the purchase of seasonal needs or household equipment. PAY WHAT YOU OWE. We'll consolidate your outstanding obligations to reduce your outgo. MEET EMERGENCIES. Money advanced for medical or denial attention, emergency trips, etc. GET THE MONEY YOU NEED TODAY! See EARL BREHM Galesburg Finance & Thrift Co. 121 S. Prairie 342-4810 Legion Unit At Fairview Designs Favors FAIRVIEW - The Roy Miller Auxiliary unit met Wednesday^ Guests were Mrs. Rose Gurley, Sandra Mooney, Margaret Ann Jessin and Dorime Mitchell. Tray favors are being sent to Quincy Veterans Hospital. The charter was draped tor deceased member, Mary Schuman. Mrs. Mary Ludwig and Mrs. Marie Mitchell took part in a ceremony, with Linda Ludwig and Mary Ann Mitchell singing a selection, accompanied by Joanne Ludwig. Stark County Legion Plans Fund Drive TOULON — The annual drive for funds to purchase hospital equipment will open Oct. 4 by the Stark County American Legion posts. This equipment is to be on hand to loan to any Stark County resident who needs it to care for residents in their own homes. The legion owns considerable equipment, such as hospital beds, wheel chairs, crutches and walkers. In the past two years, funds have been collected to buy four new beds and three folding wheel chairs and several pairs of crutches are on order. Toulon Family Moves Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gerard and family have moved from the Roy Massner house on West Thomas to the residence on East Clinton Street, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Puckctt. Toulon Hospital Notes Mrs. Ella Milburn was taken by ambulance Thursday to Kewanee Public Hospital for observation and treatment. Wayne Anderson has returned home after being a patient in Kewanee St. Francis Hospital. Elwin Fortman remains a patient at Kewanee St. Francis Hospital. His room is 126. He is showing some improvement. Gorillas keep on the move constantly, stopping only to sleep at night. Union School Class Officers Announced BIGGSVILLE - Class officers for Union High School have been named fuf the school year. In the senior class, Leonard Anderson was named president; Russell Hainds, vice president; Cheryl Smith, secretary, and Sandy Shaw, student council representative. In the junior class, those elected were Beverly Baily, president; Mary Schmeiser, vice president; Judy Ruse, secretary; Keith Jones, treasurer, and Jack Nelson, student council representative. Alternate representative named was Suzanne Albin, and Steve Dunn was elected reporter. In the sophomore class, Mary Smith was named president; John Elston, vice president; Janet Gibb, secretary; Connie Borg, treasurer; Joy James, student council representative, and Larry Russell, reporter. Freshman class officers include Michael Allen, president; Steven Brokavv, vice president; Susan Hinshaw, secretary-treasurer, and Brokaw, student council representative. Pick Band Officers Union High School band officers were elected recently for the 1963-64 school year. Officers named were Frank Salter, president; Dale Bertelsen, vice president; DeAnna Gittings, secretary; Donald Wilson, senior representative; Terry Brokaw, junior representative; Michael Boyter, sophomore representative, and Wayne Baily, freshman representative. The first meeting of Union High School's Rhetoricians was held Monday, and officers elected. Twelve members were present. Officers named were Danny Gibb, president; DeAnna Gittings, vice president; Marlene Beal, secretary, and Stanley Whiteman, reporter. A committee was appointed by Naomi Dotson, sponsor for the purpose of preparing the bylaws. The committee includes Stanley Whiteman, chairman; Anita Boone and Jennifer Bain- bridgc. Meetings will be held the first and third Mondays of each month. Gofesburg Register-Moil, Goiesburg, 111. Wed, Sepf. 25, 1963 1J_ Elba Church To Observe 90th Anniversary ELBA CENTER - The Elba Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Rollie Sumner. A guest was Mrs. Frank Walker. Devotions were conducted by Mrs. Sumner. The lesson, "The Church and the Calendar," was given by Mrs. Dean Plack. The 90th anniversary of the Elba Church will be observed Oct. 20. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS) Name Editor Of AlWood Yearbook WOODHULL - Tanya Picard has been named editor of the Al­ Wood High School yearbook for 1963-64. Other staff members include Turec Allison, Barbara Larson, Julie Wing, Diane Henrikson, Robert Thayer, David Hayden, Cynthia Johnson, Sharon Vancil, Sharon Dye, Barbara Ward, Richard Swanson, Sid Peterson, George Sherrard and David Lundahi. Business manager is Carolyn Cole and others on the staff include Karen Horine, Kaybeth Nelson, Gary Murdock, Thomas Edmund and Julie Rogers. Mrs. Dorothy Swanson is yearbook adviser. All junior students at AlWood participated in the Illinois High School testing program, sponsored by the University of Illinois. Alphans Hear Leader Dog School Official ALPHA — Paul Knowles, from the Leader Dog School for '.he blind of Wayne, Mich., was guest speaker Thursday at the dinner meeting of the Alpha Lions Club at the Lions Hall. Knowles demonstrated with his seeing eye dog and had also appeared at the AlWood and New Windsor grade schools. Members made plans for sponsoring a chicken supper Nov. 2 at the hall. PREDICTS IN GALESBURG ON FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 & 28 That's right! There will be TONS of snow right out on Main Street in front of Shane & Showers on Friday and Saturday, September 27, 28. Come and see for yourself! Make a snowball! Have fun! See Miss Eskiloo. And best of all, reap the cool cool savings. by U.S. Miss Eskiloo will be giving away numbers in front of Shane & Showers Friday and Saturday. If the number you are given matches a number on the merchandise to be given away, YOU are the winner! You'll wear your Eskiloos everywhere, every day — in rain, snow or shine! They're light as shoes, but warmly fleece- lined and really water-proofed. And thanks to Royalon — the miraculous, soft and comfortable new U.S. material — they don't crack in the cold or stain in the slush and can be wiped clean with water! Get yours todayl Narrow or Medium. 10% OFF ON ALL SHOE BOOTS FRIDAY and SATURDAY WIN one of two pairs of Eskiloos to be given away! See details of giveaway at left. - FREE • SNOW CONES For the Kiddies Accompanied By Parent • TOTE BAGS With Every Pair of U.S. Eskiloos MEN Loyaway Your Insulated Boots Now! Free Loyaway. WIN OPiN MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'Til t P.M. 153 E. Main St — Galtiburg — 342-6712 The Doctor- (Continued from page 4) among doctors that it is better not to smoke at all. This applies especially to teen-agers and young adults. But the greatest need is to practice moderation. So if smoking gives you real enjoyment, keep it down to less than a pack a day. Q—Is It possible for a woman to become pregnant after she has had her Fallopian tubes tied off? A—A lying off the oviducts on both sides will prevent the male germ sells (sperm) from reaching the female germ cells (ova). It would require a second operation to re-establish the tubal passageway from the ovaries to the uterus. This operation is no guarantee of subsequent pregnancy. Q — After having been pregnant for five months my doctor tells me that my baby is no longer alive. Now I'm supposed to just sit back and wait for a miscarriage. He says I may have to wait three or four weeks. Can't something be done safely to induce labor? A—Your doctor is right. It may seem like a long and fruitless wait, but it will be better for you and your reproductive organs to let an all-wise nature take its course. Keep busy and the time will go more quickly. Toulon Class Elects Officers TOULON — The Gleaners Class of Toulon Baptist Church recently met in the home ot Mrs. Matt Miller in Kewanee. Mrs. Vera Koark, Mrs. Emma Hollars and Mrs. Nettie Lewis were assisting hostesses. New officers were elected for coming year. They are: President, Mrs. Alice House; vice president, Mrs. Maxine Kitterman; secretary, Miss Edith Peterson; treasurer, Mrs. Lura Carter; assistant secretary, and treasurer, Mrs. Lucille Wilkinson; pianist, Miss Edith Peterson; assistant pianist, Mrs. Verda Roark; teacher, Mrs. Maude Biakey; assistant teacher, Mrs. Ethel Porter; second assistant teacher, Mrs. Gladys Bcamer. Sewing was done for Kewanee Public Hospital. 'ii LOOK' to the Give-A-Gift VEBERS 149 E. Main St. for Fine Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 Week O.T« r OPEN MONDAY from NOON to 9 P.M. 5a ewelrty Spectacular SPECIAL PURCHASE NEW FALL JEWELRY • Beads • Earrings • Bracelets Necklaces Pins Many Styles Gold, Silver, Ceramics, Rhinestone Values from $2 - $3 97 Many Make Matching Sets! JEWELRY - O.T.'s - STREET FLOOR

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