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8 Golesbur Mimesotan Visits Home At Viola VIOLA—Dr. Ben Greenwell of Baudette, Minn, arrived by plane to visit his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Greemvell, and his brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobs. He had spent the three days previous attending meetings in Chicago. Greenwell find his mother attended the 90th birthday open house for his aunt, Mrs. Martha Gregory, Sunday in Farmington. Mrs. Ellsworth McClure and her daughter, Mrs. Gary Esslinger, spent Saturday in Chicago. They went on the bus tour of employes of the Bear Manufacturing Co. where Mrs. Esslinger is employed and each em­ ploye was permitted to invite one guest. Mrs. Agnes Mack was hosless to the Delta Ra Deal Card Club her home Thursday with games at two quartet tables. Prize awards were received by Mrs. Ruth Robinson and Mrs. Marie Mack. Mrs. Tony Mack and a girl friend from Toulon left Friday for Kentucky, where Mrs. Mack TIZZY at "But if I pay for the movies because you're saving your money for college, then, in a sense, I'Jl be putting vou through college!*' is stationed there. Brothers and sisters who at Phone 342*5151 will visit her husband who is stationed at Ft Knox, and also tended a family dinner Sunday a friend from Toulon who also in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd McAtee included Mrs. Mayme McAtee and daughter Gwendolyn, Farmington; Mrs. Emma Sherman, Fairview; Mr. and Mrs. John Epperson, Alpha; Mr* and Mrs. Leo Kneas and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown, New Windsor; Hal and Byron McAtee, Viola. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Belva Slavish, Moline, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Slavish and son Michael, Port Byron. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Erickson and baby of Chicago spent the weekend with Mrs. Erickson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Esp. . Mr. and Mrs. Will By Kate Oaann | fleWS Notes Of Alpha ALPHA — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson of Peoria visited Sunday at the William Johnson home and they, in company of William Johnson, visited his wife, who is a patient at University Hospital in Towa City. Mrs. Athel Peterson of Galesburg visited Sunday with her son Dale and family. Mrs. Loretta Lee of WoodhttU has come to stay for the present with her daughter, Mrs. Richard Roller. David Roller, in company of Coach Kittleson, Sunday took in a football game at Waverly, Iowa, and visited Lyle Wind, who is in his freshman year at Wartburg College there. Mrs. Eric Strced was admitted Monday to University Hospital in Iowa City for treatment. Sixty relatives gathered Sunday for a family potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shover in Knoxville. Those attending came from Rock Island, Moline, Orion, Sherrard, Minier, Woodhull, New Windsor and Alpha. Chris Schwartzkopf was r ed Saturday to Moline Public Hospital for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kelly and son Bradley were Sunday supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kelly in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson of of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert DeMeulenaere and daughter Mickey of Davenport were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther McNeil. Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Wing and daughter Terri, Mrs, Olaf Wing and Mr. end Mrs. Oscar Wing, in company of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Johnson of Monrovia, Calif., who are Visiting rela* tives here, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Swanson at Pekin. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Swanson and family of Taytorvllle. Mr. and Mrs, Phil Olson of North Henderson and Miss Betty Haines of Galesburg were Sunday guests at the Holger Carlson home. birthday dinner for her daughter, Mrs. Edmund Morris, Viola. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Morris and family and Mrs. Gertrude Morris. Nancy Hay, Jeanne Mack and Dianne Knox, freshman at Western Illinois University, Macomb, spent the weekend with their parents in Viola. Couple Honored In Viola Visit VIOLA—Airman l.C. Richard Haney and Mrs. Haney left Monday to return to their home at Warrensburg, Mo., following a leave spent with Richard's mother, Mrs. Anna Haney, Viola, and Mrs. Haney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Neill, Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill entertained Saturday at a birthday dinner for Haney, whose birthday occurred Sept. 23. Haney's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. a nd Mrs. Robert McLaughlin, Alpha, entertained Sunday at a family dinner in their honor, when Viola guests included Mrs. Anna Haney, Miss Jane Henderson and Mrs. Maggie Lindburg, Haney is instructor in air conditioning and refrigeration at Whitman Air Base, Mo. Meet at Victoria VICTORIA — The Bible class met at the church Friday. Readings were given by Nina Ives, Pearl Watson, Bertha Olmsted, Anna Cnnner and Merl Gordon. News Items Of Oqua wka OQUAWKA *** Handy Carlson, who had spent the past 10 days here with his parents, Mr. find Mrs. W. E. Carlson, has return* to Hope, Ark., tfhere he is in the ministry of Jehovah'* Witnesses. Keith Stover, who has been' a pattern the past two weeks in the | Burdiek Burlington Hospital, returned home Friday. Miss Maureen Haney, a student at Western Illinois Univer* sity, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frands Haney. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Werts left for their home in Albuquerque, N.M., Sunday, after spending a week here with her sister, Mrs. Vincent Carlson and family. John (Jack) Kage, who is stfl* tioned with the Air Force near Detroit, Mich., and who is spending a couple of months at Chanute Field, near Rantoul, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Kage. Greg Carlson of Omaha, Neb,, spent the weekend here with his parents, Sheriff and Mrs. Vincent Carlson. MTI. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. m t. Mats Honfsi 9 A J* lo ft 9M. Fridays! t KM to t:30 P.M. W«dnMd«T*s Til Noon. 941-0317 Of »4S-S019 Denver Drama DENVER (AP) - The Institute for Advanced Studies in the theater is transferring openHtons for the summer frem New Yerk to the University of Denver campus, A series of seminar discussions are to be conducted by John t>. Mitchell, head of the institute and two other instructors; William solo dancer with the ballet; and Metropolitan Opera . . Watanabe, a specialist In addition, Miyokb in Kabuki theater, performances are to be given of four plays' previously done in New York. A spflce*age thm set hai changed pawns to rockets, rooks to radar towers, knights to space satellites, bishops to Interconti. nental missiles, the queen to a space ship and the king to a space station. CLOTHES DRYER AND 4 4 VV*>V m * i'* * • * I * i 1. v 1 T.S* Illinois Power will gjye you [Electric Blanket ! Offer limited to IPC electric customers LIMITED TIME-ACT NOW! CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS BROTHERS Moin ond Seminary 342-0174 Church Unit Entertained at N. Henderson PRESCRIPTIONS GALISBURO HAWTHORNE DRUG COMPANY MVI NORTH HENDERSON - The Home Builders Class of the Hen- , . . i i? ir « Person Street Baptist Church of accompanied their daughter Dor- Galesburg attended potluck sup- othy of Moline ^Waterloo for a per at the home of Mrs Fern weekend visit with their son and Williams at North Henderson, brother, Russell Birkhead and Mrs. Birkhead* Mrs. Frances McGown, Rock island, entertained Sunday at a Get a reward for yourself a favor! Host and Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Dillbeck. Devotional were given by Gary Kautz and Rev. William Thurber led group singing. Westinghous From Us • • • Illinois Power will give you • ••WW' •mm®®* . Electric Blanket Offer limited to IPC electric customers LIMITED TIME-ACT NOW! Mrs. Leone Anderson received a call from her son Dean, who is stationed in Italy. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olson recently called on Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Simpson at Aledo and also visited Mrs. Charlie Meeker at the Mercer County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Gene Carlson and family, Mrs. Esther Carlson recently were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Babcock. Mrs. Esther Carlson visited Mrs. Charlie Meeker at the Mercer County Hospital and the rest drove to Sherrard to visit Will Babcock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Artie Baker. Mrs. Wallace Tornquist, Mrs. Charlie Norman and with Mrs. Leo Frank visited an afternoon with their sister and aunt, Mrs. Bill Nelson at Ophiem. 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