Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 14
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Xerophytes are found in the desert and are plants adapted to growth with a limited water supply- 14 GoJe.sbu.rfl..Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Thursday, Sept,.26, 1963 Birthdays Celebrated At Ophiem Ophiem— Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Nelson entertained Friday at a birthday supper honoring a neighbor, Victor Swanson. Saturday at supper, the Nelsons entertained relatives at a birthday party noting the third birthday anniversary of their daughter Diane. Attending the supper were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson, the grandparents and the W. A. Nelson family of Ophiem. Saturday and Sunday guests at the Mrs. Minnie Johnson home were former neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Edmund and children, Gregory and Mcribcth, of Germantown, located in the St. Louis area. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson attended a birthday supper Sept. 19 in the Stanley Nelson home in Cambridge, noting the third birthday anniversary of their grandson, Bradley Nelson. Mrs. Minnie Johnson, Miss Catherine Johnson, and Astrid Johnson were Sunday dinner guests of the Ralph Killionses near Orion in observance of the birthday of two daughters, Elaine and Linda Killion. Recent, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norman of North Henderson, Mrs. Leo Franks of Alexis, Mrs. Wallace Tornquist of North Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson Cambridge and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carlson and daughter Linda of Port Byron. SEAGOING LABORATORY—Artist's sketch dc- picts the David Starr Jordan, a new research vessel being built for the Interior Dept. To cost $1.7 million and be ready In 1964, the ship will be used as a floating laboratory by the Fish and Wildlife Service for tuna research and on other fishery and oceanographic investigations. It will be 171 feet long and have a cruising range of more than 9,000 miles. Fairview Group Hold Sessions FAIRVIEW - Fairview HEA met Sept. 20 in the home of Mrs. Ann Kalley. Guests were Mrs. Ed Link and Miss Verna Schor- nick; Ada Putman gave the minor lesson on "A True-False Test on Table Etiquette." Hazel Schleich led the group in recreation. The Friendly Neighbor Club met Sept. 17 in the home of Mrs. Violet McCord. The club received an invitation from the Sunshine Circle Club to attend ihe annual 4-H Club picnic Oct. 10 in the Fairview Methodist Church. India is divided into 28 states, including the former princely states. 8 EXTRA SPECIAL 30" x 18" Pastel Colored 100% NYLON RUG___ Regular $1.49 — SAVE With This Coupon 0 GAMBLES - 420 E MONEY WITH A MESSAGE—One-peso banknotes being circulated in Cuba by the underground carry the following overprinting: "Valueless for food . . . Valueless for clothing . . . Because communism is hunger, misery and destruction . . . This is the work of the great traitor." Possession of the notes poses a problem: If they're taken to a bank, bearer may be accused of collaboration with the resistance. If attempt is made to spend the money bearer is, in effect, collaborating. If money is destroyed, bearer takes the loss. BUI is shown as it appeared in Free Cuba News. News Notes Of Cameron CAMERON - Mr. and Mrs. Cason Allen of Cameron and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Roberson of Galesburg spent a week in Montola, Wis. Edmond Allen of Spring Green, Wis., spent a weekend at the Cason Allen home. Mr. and Mrs. Cason Allen and Edmond Allen attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mfs. Ross Dunlevey of Abingdon in the home of Russell Fox in Galesburg. Mrs. Clara Ryner of Oquawka spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Cason Allen. The following were entertained at a supper party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Curtis: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Tinkham, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Still, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Linder, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Youngquist and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Nelson. Mrs. Amy Tinkham of Cameron and Mrs. Everett Brown of Oneida have recently returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Neil Reikse of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Reikse is the former Virginia Tinkham, daughter of Mrs. Amy Tinkham. Recent guests in the Ted Tinkham home were Mrs. Newell Rider and Ray Rebhols of Mendota; also, Miss Sandra Worskey, a cousin of Mrs. Tinkham who has entered Cottage Hospital School of Nursing. Mrs. Vera Johnson of California is visiting in the home of her brother, Harold Whitman. asxi SO Name Officers At Burgess Church Meet BURGESS — The Women's Organization of the Presbyterian Church met Sept. 19 for a fall luncheon, served by Mrs. Lloyd Baker, Mrs. Bill Gowdy, Mrs. Walter Laughead and Mrs, Aldus Gridley, hostesses. Four presidents were elected to serve three months each and are Mrs. H. O. Conn, Mrs. Rayburn Cooper, Mrs. Lloyd Baker and Miss Wilma Olin. The secretary is Mrs. Kenneth Frank. Mrs. Irene Brown was elected treasurer to succeed Mrs. Ruth Pease, who resigned, after capably serving as treasurer for 20 years. Burgess News Notes Sept. 29 marks the beginning of the Fall Institutes beginning at 6:30 p.m. The junior high school group will meet in the Rio senior high group will meet in Presbyterian Church and the New Windsor Church. Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Greer were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Greer of Joy; Bud Beals of Ottawa; Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Greer of Joy, annd Mrs. Meda Steele and son Fred, of Los Angeles, Calif. in the Electric Power Controversy Are: In annual revenue, "Investor" - owned power companies receive about 96 per cent of the total ... The Electric Cooperatives' share? About 3 per cent! In annual revenue per mile of energized line f the commercial power companies 9 "take" is approximately $11,000 per mile. The Electric Cooperatives get about * 500! CUSTOMERS SERVED ?' The "Investors-owned power companies have a concentration of about 47 customers per mile of line.. • The Electric Cooperatives, serving primarily rural areas, have but 3 members per mile! The Cooperatives a "THREAT"?!! To WHOM?? Electric Cooperatives of Illinois Good For All 1 Illinois DRIVER PLUS ONE—Down in Paris, Miss., the J. E. Harmons do all their traveling on this tractor built for two. The elderly couple claim this is the only way for them to travel since neither can operate an automobile. Harmon, an 84-ycar-old retired farmer-teacher, takes the back seat while his wife does all the driving. News Items Of Shanghai SHANGHAI—Mrs. Harold Noonan has spent several afternoons and evenings with her mother, Mrs. Vera Gibson, who underwent surgery at Monmouth Hospital. Emery Bellinger underwent surgery at Cottage Hospital and is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson recently visited in the home of their nephew, Gary Peterson, and wife and sister, Mrs. Bill Peterson and husband of Woodhull. Total number of human beings on earth expands by 2 per cent every year. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! New Windsor Church Unit Add Members NEW WINDSOR - The following new members were added to the roll of the United Presbyterian Youth organization at the meeting Sept. 22: Bruce Devlin. Kent Keim, Lorna Hickok, Joan Brooks and Elaine Johnson. Devotional leader was Linda Hickok. The youth leaders, Mf. : 'id Mrs. Donald Wadhams, welcomed the new members and explained the functions of the organization. The Senior High Youth fall institutes will be held the next three Sundays, with the Sept. 29 meeting being held at New Windsor United Presbyterian Church, opening at 6;45 p.m. Hostesses were Carolyn Rice and Judy Bonnett. Designing Instruments Members of the Junior Luther League who attended the meeting Sept. 21 decided to make rhythm instruments to be used in a rhythm band. Eileen Holmer conducted opening devotions. Jean Hughes was in charge of the flannelgraph as Lorrie Lindgren told the story on "John the Baptist." It was announced that the donations of nylons, bottles, stamps and used greeting cards have been sent to various missions. News Notes Of Kirkwood KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Turner went to Avon Sunday to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hopson, where they helped celebrate the 81st birthday of Mrs. Turner's grandfather, Irving Schmalshof of Kingston. Anyone from this community interested in going to Roseville Western Square Dance Club was asked to call the Ronald Turner residence, phone 2462 Kirkwood. This club, known as the Ramblin' Roses, meets Mondays at 7:30 p.m., except for the second week when it meets Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Brooks and family were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams at Avon. The occasion honored the sixth birthday of William Brooks. The Junior High MYF held a j wiener roast Saturday at the home of Karen Kersey, which was followed by a hayrack ride. Adults with the group were counselors, Mrs. Fannie Barnett and Paul Vice, and Mrs. Kersey and Rev. James Pusey. Jake Kersey furnished the tractor and hayrack. Mr. and Mrs. John Dean and family and Mrs. Hazel Dean recently attended the Prunty family reunion at Scripps Park in Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Jr. of Joliet spent Saturday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pence and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lee were hosts Saturday to their monthly pitch club. Mr. and Mrs. George Pape and family of Monmouth entertained at a barbecue at their home Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Max Reynolds and family of Smiths-hire and Mr. and Mrs. Gail Reynolds and family. Byron Dean has been employed as fireman on the Burlington Railroad, working out of Burlington. Those attending the MYF district rally at the First Methodist Church in Moline Sept. 22 were Janet Ross, Janice Henderson, George Tinkham, Jim Paris, Mike Conway, Suzie Bryant, Jan Cochran, Elizabeth Baker, Christine Baker, Lucy Van Riper, Linda Pusey, Mary Sue Vice and Barbara Becker, of Kirkwood, and Kathy Reynolds of Smithshire. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winebright and Rev. James H. Pusey accompanied the group, and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Conway furnished transportation. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dickey of Macomb were overnight guests Saturday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Behrens and family of Wyanet spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newman and Pauline. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. R. F. McEwen of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vice and family. Expanding Usage Use of plastic film in such horticultural applications as the construction of greenhouses and the mulching of vegetable crops continued to expand rapidly during 1962, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. STORE HOURS: Monday - 12:00 to 9 P.M. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday — 9:30 to 5 P.M. Friday - 9:30 to 9 P.M. Saturday — 9:30 to 5 P.M. j^resh young outlook reamy young coat leading a charmed life! Heavenly Hockanum Melaire with a beautiful blaze of silk braid on the jaunty collar and mock pocket flaps. Camel, Bronze, Blue, Red, Brown, Black. Sizes 6 to 16. M 444* 14*, HARPER'S BAZAAR $ 59 98 r uperlatlva way to dominate thf fashion scene now! Betty Rose bettowi a lavish, natural mink collar with shoulder scallop on • slender theft of fur-blend Luxuria. Nude/Dawn, Blue/ Silver Blue, Taupe/Silver glue, B— hama/Autumn Haz«*>, Wild Rioe/Stfc ver Blue, Black/Ranch. 8 to 16, j ®EMBA Fur Product* l«t>«I«J to $11 Q9g »how country of •rigid, 117 COATS - O.T.'s - SiCONP FIOOR

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