Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 26, 1963
Page 13
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Media Gub Has Session MEDIA — The Community Club met Thursday, Sept. 19, in the church. Marie Hemminger, Mary Lee Taylor, Luella Bowen and Alice Powers were hostesses. Stunts and games were provided by the program committee. A special prize was won by Mrs. Dorothy Walker. Media Briefs Mrs. Violet Sullivan has returned home from a visit with her brother-in-law and sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Giles Pardee at Hamlin, Iowa. Mrs. Nellie Palmer was a recent overnight visitor in the home of her son Kenneth and family at Canton. Her grandson George accompanied her to Chicago, where he took a plane for Atlanta, Ga., where he is a student at Georgia Tech. Bobby Saben has employment with a carpenter crew in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Max Pogue and Nancy and Mary Corzatt spent the weekend in Columbia, Mo., where Chuck is attending the state university. They attended the Northwestern - Missouri football game. Marion White of Davenport was a Sunday visitor with his mother, Mrs. Edith White. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Quigley and children attended a family dinner Sunday in the Francis Quigley home in Swan Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berteman of Abingdon were Sunday visitors in the Harold Brouse home. Mrs. Marjorie Barber, Linda and Susan, spent Sunday with Barber's mother, Mrs. Fanny Wilson in Dallas City. Mrs. Pearl Peterson of Abingdon was a weekend visitor in the Don Frakes home. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cavins were Sunday dinner guests in the Ralph Staley home in Stronghurst. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Erickson recently entertained the following guests at dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strand, Mrs. Selma Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaFayette and sons, Mrs. Pauline Algie and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Myers and children of San Bernardino, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dark and daughters of Colchester and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sullivan and sons, Burlington, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Violet Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Heap, who had spent several weeks in the Leo Sullivan home at Denver, returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Erickson were Sunday visitors in the Alden Bagwell home near Memphis, Mo. 7 th Birthday Is Observed At Kirkwood KIRKWOOD — Mr. annd Mrs. Herb Stinemates entertained the following relatives Friday honoring their son Gene on his seventh birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Jean Stinemates, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stinemates, Mrs. Rolland Stinemates and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gustafson and Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Flatt, Bradley and Stephanie. The group went on a hayrack ride to Lake Young, where a hamburger fry and wiener roast was held. Mrs. Herb Stinemates had baked and decorated the birthday cake. Kirkwood Briefs Miss Karlene Gullberg of Carbondale recently spent a 15-day vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gullberg. While on vacation, Miss Gullberg accompanied her parents on a vacation trip to Washington, D. C, and the Eastern states. Mrs. Mary Holford was recently surprised when the following members of her family came to help her celebrate her birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holford, Mark, and Carla, of Gladstone; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fillman and Barry and Brad Barr of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. David Holford, Steve, Janet, and Marty of Kirkwood. Mrs. Holford's daughter, Mrs. James Fillman had baked the birthday cake for her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Turner of Kirkwood attended a chicken barbecue at Aledo Saturday sponsored by the Mercer County 4 -H Clubs. Mrs. Turner is home adviser in Mercer County. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pfuehler of Pullman, Wash., have returned home after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Gullberg and his mother, Mrs. Albert Pfuehler at Fall Rivers, Wis. Mrs. Pfuehler is teaching school in Cheney, Wash., and Pfuehler is teaching and working on his doctors degree at a university in Pullman. OUR ANCESTORS -You and your King Henry VIII coloring book! Radio The word "radio" is derived from the Latin "radius" for "spoke of a wheel" and the name was applied because radio waves go out in all directions like the spokes of a wheel. Added Cipher The ancient system of numerals used by the Arabs had only nine elements, the figures 1 to 9. It was not until the 800s that the Arabs came to use zero as a symbol for no thing or no number. Yates City Visitors Leave For Wisconsin YATES CITY - Mrs. James Clinton, Jimmy, Julie and Stephen, who had been spending a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. June Antrim, and Mrs. June Kelly and family, have returned to their home in DeSoto, Wis., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Schleich of Tallahassee, Fla., and her mother, Mrs. Cora Daly, attended the Schleich family reunion in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Schleich and son Dickie of Fairview Sunday. Mrs. Pauline Wright of Pueblo, Colo., who had been a guest in the home of Lee Zink and Ira Bybee, left for her home Sunday, accompanied by her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bybee, who will visit there and attend a wedding of a niece. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saunders called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shields, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Saunders, in Canton Sunday. En route to their home, they visited in the Merle Mathews home in Farmington to get acquainted with their granddaughter Gina Jancne, who, Golesburg Regisfer-Moil, Gatesburg, HI. Thursday, Sept, 26,1963 13 with her mother, Mr*. Gene Saunders, are spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mathews, since returning from the Methodist Hospital in Peoria, where Gina was born Sept. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ewalt, who are living in the Windish tenant place northwest of Yates City, have bought the Don Lopeman place south of town. The Lope- mans are moving to their rental place recently vacated by the Edward Cassidy family, who moved to Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Zink, Norma Jean and Karen, spent an evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Emmons and Cessely Ann in Canton. Mrs. A. L. Rector of Yates City and her daughter, Mrs. Mario Goff of Lake Zurich, Mrs. Harlcy C. Fuller and Mrs. Fred Rector were recent dinner guests of Mrs. Fi'ed Rector at Loraine's restaurant in Galcsburg. Mrs. Meda Shclton and son Herman had supper Sunday evening in the home of Richard Shelton in Trivoli. CORNS '*'"*" Toes? To quickly relievo and remove them, u»e theappoint nizo Dr. 8choll'8 Zino-padn for corns between tocg. At Drug, Dept., 6-1 Ot Stores. D r Scholls lino pads For son or younger brother . . . coats smartly styled to keep out the cold. Tailored of Hockmeger cotton corduroy with orlon® acrylic lining; tab cuffs, side vents. 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