Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 8
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8 Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, 111, Thursdoy, Sept. 26, 1963 Motor Co. for sales work in his territory. The Farm Bureau held a meeting at the grade school in Victoria Sept. 20. Upton Craig, Vincent Fredrickson and Merle Burgess conducted the meeting. Carpenter Joins Mercer Sup ervisors KEITHSBURG - Claude Carpenter, a retired farmer of Keithsburg, a Democrat and a former chairman of the Mercer County Democratic Party Central Committee, was appointed by the Board of Town Auditors to succeed Forb Whitehall as supervisor for Keithsburg Township. Whitehall died recently and was supervisor here since 1949. Mercer County Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Lane McCaw, who recently purchased the old Citizens Slate Bank Building, are moving their drug store which was formerly in the Trent building. Mr. and Mrs. James Frick have left for Vallego, Calif, where they will visit their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Hall Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale McCaw and Ellen returned home Saturday from Riverside, Calif where they spent two weeks with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McCaw. Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCaw left Monday for Grand Canyon, where they will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Riegel of San Francisco, Calif. The four will visit New Mexico and other points of interest, then return to San Francisco and visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Riegel. Funds Transferred At the recent meeting of the City Council, the sewp- fund money, which was vol J on in the fall, was transferred to a checking account. All deposits funds to those that applied for the sewer system will be returned as the Keithsburg area was taken off the distressed area list. Bishop Hill Couple Return From Trip BISHOP HILL—Mr. and Mrs. Roland Speigel have returned from Albuquerque, N. M., where they returned their daughter and granddaughters, Mrs. Duane Eller, Lauri and Lynda, to their home after spending three weeks here visiting in their home. They traveled by way of Pueblo, Colo., where they met Marvin Eller, who also made the trip to Albuquerque. Mrs. Janet Mackenzie, mother of Mrs. Franklin Anderson, has heen moved from Galesburg Cottage Hospital to the Kewanee Public Hospital. Mrs. Mackenzie has been hospitalized several weeks. Mrs. Virgil Quayle was elected president of the Philathea Class at its September meeting, succeeding Miss lone Berg. Mrs. Clifford Litten was elected vice president; Mrs. Vernice Nelson, secretary; Mrs. Forrest Olson, assistant secretary, and Mrs. Albert Florine, treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson left for their home in Providence, R. I., after spending a weekend with his sister, Miss Margaret Jacobson. The Jacobsons had spent two weeks vacationing at Pacific Palisades with their son Robert and family. En route to the West Coast they spent several days in Bishop Hill. Back From West Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Malmgren and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Ripka of Moline, returned from a 10-day trip through Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas and Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson of Royal, Ark., former Bishop Hill and Woodhull area residents, are staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Litton and Christy of Galva, visiting relatives and friends in this area. Dean Jarman accompanied his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Beryle Malone of Wyoming to Dallas, Tex., where Malone attended the national postmasters convention. News Items Of Victoria VICTORIA — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson have been sightseeing and vacationing in Wisconsin the past 10 days. Word has been received by Mrs. Mary Leng that her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. William Leng of Aledo, have returned home after a trip to Jamaica. The trip was won by Leng from the Ford Annual production of paper and board in the United States outweighs the yearly output of automobiles. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! News Items of Center Prairie CENTER PRAIRIE - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cramer spent Sunday with their daughter Judy, who attends Normal University. Church services Sunday are at 8.45 a.m.; Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Pete Peterson of Victoria, who is beginning his ministry will be the speaker for Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mayfield and Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield of Quincy visited a few days at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. James Mustain and family. The Women's Social Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Earl Ericson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Carlson were recent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boostrom in Galva. Miss Susie Coleman recently visited her sister, Mrs. Ada Markert at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Fire Brigades Convene at EllisviMe Unit ELLISVILLE - The Ellisville Unit of Fairview-Ellisville Fire Prevention District was host to the September meeting of Spoon River Valley Fireman's Association Sept. 19. Members from the following towns were present: Blandinsville, Good Hope, Prairie City, Havana, Bryant, Table Grove and Ellisville. The proposed program on Civil Defense was discussed. Ellisville Briefs Supper guests at the Carlos Zimmerman home Sept. 19 were Mrs. Opal Bartley of Merced, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Cotta and children Stephanie and Manuel Jr. of El Nido, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummings of East Galesburg; Mrs. Esma Haynes of Superstition The tiny Alpine village of Saint Veran, France, still has the medieval superstition that the devil lurks in 90-degree corners and nowhere in the modest log-and- stone houses of the village can one find a true right angle. Galesburg, and Mrs. Harry Hughbanks of Abingdon. The Birthday Club met Sept. 20 at the home of Mrs. Fern Tourtillott. Slayton Family Holds Reunion YATES CITY - Mrs. Susie Slayton entertained members of the Slayton family in her home Sunday. The event was also held in honor of her grandson, Bobby Slayton Jr. of the Air Force base in Texas. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slayton and family, Fairbury; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Slayton and family, Sciota; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Slayton and family, Downing, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. David Slayton and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Howell and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Slayton and family, Yates City. Qalesburg's Qreatest Store Since 1862" proudly announces another Great Name associated with ours! OPEN FRIDAY 9:30 TO 9 NO MONEY DOWN ON ANY PURCHASE. PAYMENTS BEGIN IN JAN. 1964 DEPENDABLE WASHERS & DRYERS O.T.'s are happy to welcome MAYTAG in their continuing search for Quality, Dependability and Savings SALE STARTS FRIDAY r *^KKHB*--~^^ All NEW BI© CAR AUTOMATIC Sept. 27 to Sat., Oct. 5 Open Friday and Monday Until 9 P.M. SPECIAL PURCHASE I I I I { On Models A100 & DE100 / •_ - COME IN AND MAKE US AN OFFER . . . HURRY IN! NO MONEY DOWN TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET. 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