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16 Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Wed. y Sept. 25, 1963 Goodings of Maquon Are Honored MAQUON - Mr. and Mrs. T. F, Gooding held open house Sept. 15 to note their July 9 golden wedding anniversary. Their children, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gooding, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Gooding, Canton, Mr, and Mrs. John Moats, Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Gooding, Evanston greeted the 200 guests who called from 2 to 6 o'clock. John Gooding, a grandson, had charge of the guest book. The 4 -tiered decorated cake was served by Miss Juanita Gooding of Oak Park and Mrs. Richard Yemm of Knoxville, nieces of Gooding. Mrs. Fred Addis, Springfield, Mrs. E. R. Duncan, Monmouth, Mrs. S. W. Gooding and Mrs. Floyd Mathews poured. Mrs. Myrtle Selby, Long Beach, Calif., 85-year-old aunt of Mrs. Gooding, crocheted the tablecloth used over gold cloth which covered the dining table. Gold candles in crystal holders and a planter of philodendron and yellow roses, centered the table. The planter was a gift of Gooding's co-workers at the Knox County Courthouse. Friends sent gifts of flowers for the occasion. Friends were from Oquawka, Washington, Peoria, Farmington, SAVE AT REED'S LARGEST SELECTION IN TOWN GIRLS' SCHOOL TIME OR DRESS SHOES REED'S SELF SERVICE NEW VULCANIZED SOLE Others To 3.87 SHOES Dahinda, Yates City, Gilson, Berwyn, Galesburg, Williamsfield, DeLong, Knoxville, Douglas, Gilson and Denver, Colo. Hosts to Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Gooding were hosts at a dinner preceding the open house at the Maquon Methodist Church dining room. Those present besides their children and their families were Miss Margaret Neiman, Chicago, Miss Juanita Gooding, Oak Park, Mrs. Myrtle Grier, St. David, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher and daughter Janet, Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Duncan, Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Addis, Springfield. Simon Anell, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cecil, Rev. and Mrs. Ira E. Moats and Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Burnett and daughter Janet. The dinner was prepared and served by Mrs. Frances Trowbridge, Peoria, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mathews, Miss Addie Halsey and Mrs. Haskel Sulteen. 328 East Main St. (Former Osco Location) 328 Open Monday and Friday Evenings 'til 9 Other Days 'til 5:30 P.M. E. Main St. (Former OSCO Location) Gillespie Couple Visit at Greenbush GREENBUSH - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bussmann of Gillespie visited friends in the Greenbush area Monday. Bussmann is a former minister at the Greenbush Christian Church. They were honored at a potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McGee Monday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coupland and Mrs Dorothy LaGrow. The Bussmanns also called on Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason and family while in the Greenbush area. Most distant object visible to the unaided eye is the constellation Andromeda. Alpha Group Attends Meet At Cordova ALPHA — The following from Alpha Tuesday attended a meeting of the 128th Rock Island Baptist Association at Baptist Church in Cordova. Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Preston, Mr and Mrs. Ray Sproston, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Browning, Mrs. Laverne Fltmkett, Mrs. Nyle McCurdy, Mrs. Stella Carlson, Mrs. C. E McLaughlin, Mrs. Robert McLaughlin, Mrs. Howard McCurdy and Mrs. R. G. Bohman and daughter Margaret. Alpha News Briefs Mrs. William Johnson entered University Hospital at Iowa City, where she will be under observation and treatment for her right eye. Her husband and Mrs. Clyde Barton and son Harold accompa nied her on fhe trip to the hospital. Lynne Gail Wallin, 22-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wallin, incurred a fracture of her right arm above the wrist when she fell at her home Sept. 13. Mrs. Gene Collingwood was hostess Tuesday to the bunco club when prizes were awarded to Mrs. Pearl Firch, Miss Lolita Clark, Mrs. Luther McNeil and Mrs. Eugene Jordan. Mrs. Sylvia Allison entertained 11 children Monday at a wiener roast at Crescent Lake in honor of her daughter Debbie who celebrated her 12th birthday. Debbie received gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert DeMeu- leenaere and daughter of Davenport spent a weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther McNeil. READ THE WANT ADS1 Line the vegetable drawer of the refrigerator with paper towels. They -will absorb the excess moisture. $$$$$$ $$$ $ McLELLAN'S WAR $ DOLLAR DAYS EMPLOYEES vs. MANAGER REGISTER FOR DRAWING ON A TRANSISTOR RADIO — Nothing to Buy — Thursday - Friday - Saturday September 26-27-28 Come in and see Bob "Pinky" Pilsner on reduced prices on Transistor Radios and Tape Recorders CHOCOLATE COVERED PEANUTS "WHAT A TREAT" M m Regular 69c lb. 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Outstanding Performance 8 TRANSISTOR RADIO 8.88 Regular t $10,99 CLEARANCE PYREXWARE PRICED TO SELL 2 for *1.00 Value* to $1.29 Children's Lined Longies SIZES 2 to 8 BUY 5 AND GET 1 FREE BEG. $1.00 EA. Cashews - Freshly Cooked PAY 1c TO 55c HALF POUND PAY PRICE ON TICKET INSIDE. M C LELLAN'S 117 fait Main Street Galesburg, Illinois Phone 343-9478 OCT OUT? WAY-By J. R. Witltamt Alexis Group Attends Session ALEXIS — The annual fall officers training school of Section 9, Future Homemakers of America, was held Sept. 18 at Northwestern High School at Sciota. Attending from Alexis were Susan Tucker, president; Brenda Arp, vice president; Bonnie Carrico, secretary; Dixie Loveridge, treasurer; Janeen Wright, Bonnie Wright, Sherry Gilmore, Lee Anne Region, Pat Johnston, Frances McKelvie, Carol Baker, Sandy Custer, Mrs. Walter McKelvie, Mrs. Kenneth Waight, Mrs. Eugene Custer and Mrs. Shirley Campbell. Mightiest of gorges, the Grand Canyon still is being cut by the Colofado River. GOP Holds Fish Fry In Oquawka OQUAWKA - Some 800 Western Illinois GOP attended the fish fry at Delabar State Park on Sunday, sponsored by Republican organizations of Henderson County. Host at the affair was Henderson County chairman, Clarence Neff. Robert T. McLoskey of Monmouth was the principal speaker. He paid tribute to the Delabar brothers for giving the land that made the Delabar State Park possible. The following county GOP chairmen were introduced: Vir'gil Roberts, Schuyler; Ralph Killey, Warren; Bill Wise, Knox; Alex Games, McDonough; Charles McChesney, chairman of the Young Republicans in Henderson County; Joe Simmons, Warren County Young Republican chairman, Warren County, and Pat Bigger, chairman of the women in Hen- Hew To Held FALSE TEETH Mere Firmly in Place Do your false teeth annoy and embarrass by slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, laugh or talk? 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