Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1963 · Page 10
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10 Golesburg Register-Moil. Galesburg, 111. Thursdov, Pet. 3, 1963 Yates Cityans Buy Elm wood Property YATES crTY - Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler of Yates City have purchased the John Klein property in Elmwood and soon plan to occupy the home. Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler entertained guests at a dinner party Sunday to celebrate her birthday anniversary. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. Fred Endres of Peoria, Mrs. George Leetyow of Bloomington, Mrs. Clara Arnold of Havana, Ray Wheeler and family of Elmwood and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wheeler of Waynesville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wheeler and family and Mrs. James Wheeler attended the Passion Play in Galesburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wheeler of Evansville spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler. Mrs. Harry Saunders and daughter Cindy were Saturday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shields in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore entertained their mothers, Mrs. Sylvia Moore and Mrs. Hattie Murphy of Farmington at dinner Sunday and later visited the Welker Gardens near Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Foster, Friday, motored to Matanza Beach, where they called on his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Salisoury. Mrs. Frances Johnson, who has been on the sick list, was taken to the Methodist Hospital in Peoria Saturday by ambulance. Her father, John Thurman, and Mrs. Bernard Thurman visited her Sunday. Miss Fern Briggs and mother, Mrs. Roy Briggs, motored to Sterling Tuesday to visit an aunt and sister, Mrs. Carl Zimmer. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ramp motored to Galesburg Monday to meet their daughter, Mrs. Roger Everett and son Todd of Daven port, who will spend a few days in the Ramp home. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Braham, Linda, Martha and Carmen and Miss Martha Gilmore spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hughbanks in Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Windish of Yates City, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hartwlck Olson of Avon, went on a scenic drive along the Mississippi River and had Sunday dinner in Nauvoo. Attend Chicago Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Willard Staggs went to Chicago, where they spent Oct. 1 and 2. They attended Grand Chapter of OES meeting. In their absence her mother, Mrs. Trigg Thompson of Ophiem, will have charge of the Staggs home and care for the Staggs children. Mrs. Nina * Elliott and Miss Mary Elliott, Sunday, had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Windish and family near Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tompkins, Leslie Jean, Mary Sue, Peggy Ann and Marcia Kay of Pueblo, Colo., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins of Yates City, Sept. 26, were entertained at supper in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tompkins and family in Bartonville. James Addis, Mrs. Mabel Blunch and her daughter, Miss Judy Blunch and Miss Susie Houlihan, of Peoria, had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Addis and her mother, Mrs. Pauline Sherwood. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meadows of Rio have been recent callers in the Addis home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Foster spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hornback in Avon. Bobby Foster and Larry Dick attended the Farm Progress show in Morton last week. Douglas Elliott was on the sick list the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elliott, Rollin Bantz and son Everett were among those calling Sunday on Mrs. Doris Elliott, surgical patient in Galesburg Cottage Hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore spent Sept. 26 with their son-in- Quotes From Today 9 ! News (Reg. <J.S. Pit. 'Oft; J By United Prew International [fCHELGT, Algiers - former Algerian Vice Premier Hocine Alt Ahmed, warding his rebels thai Premier Ahmed Ben Bella would use force to try to quash their uprising: You know how to shoot and you are just as courageous if not more so than 1 am. The best of your sons, if they escaped death, are now In prison." WASHINGTON - From "a |statement of U.S. policy": "It remains the policy of the I United States in South Viet Nam .... to support the efforts of the [people of that country to defeat | aggression and to build a peaceful and free society." CURTAIN-RAISER-It was an equal exchange near Untersuhl, West Germany, recently when the Iron Curtain lifted as East and West swapped the trucks, above. Communist East German military truck, left, In which a defector had escaped to West Germany, was exchanged for a West German army truck, right, used by a West German to cross over Into Comiriualst'held territory. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barra in Roanoke. j Mrs. Harry Saunders and daughter Cindy were Saturday callers in the Merle Mathews home in Farmington to visit Mrs. Gene Saunders and baby daughter Gina Janene. Mrs. Saunders and baby were brought to their home in Yates City Saturday. They have been with her parents since the birth of Gina last week. Mrs. Harry Runyon and Mrs. Cecil Kelly, of Yates City, and Mrs. Betty King and Mrs. Opal Steck, of Elmwood, attended the stork shower for Mrs. Janice (Runyon) Reicheneker of Peoria in the home of her sister, Mrs. Nancy (Runyon) Reicheneker, near Laura, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eldert, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thurman and Mrs. Isal Turner were among those attending the Farm Progress show last week. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rogers The Almanac By United Press International Today is Thursday, Oct. 3, the 276th day of 1963 with 89 to follow. The moon is full. The morning stars are Mercury and Jupiter. The evening stars are Jupiter and Saturn. Those born today include the American novelist, Thomas Wolfe, in 1900. On this day in history: In 1922, Mrs. Rebecca Felton, 6 Georgia Democrat, was appointed to the U. S. Senate and became the first woman to serve in that body. In 1935, Italy, under dictator Benito Mussolin, launched an unprovoked invasion of Ethiopia. In 1960, Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev wrecked a Paris summit meeting when he said he would meet with President Eisen­ hower only if he admitted American U 2 flights over Russia were acts of aggression. In 1962, 20 persons were killed and 95 injured when a boiler exploded in a telephone building in New York City. A thought for the day — Former President Eisenhower said: "Since this century's beginning a time of tempest has seemed to come upon the continents of the earth." spent Sunday and Monday in Chicago Cuddly Sock Doll! WASHINGTON — Former Cosa Nostra "soldier" Joseph Valachi. describing the mobster killing of his boss: "(Salvatore) Maranzano got wise and went for his gun, They got him." NEW YORK - Yankee manag* er Ralph Heuk, on the World Series defeat by the Los Angeles Dodgers: "You can sum up the entire game in one word: Kmtax." Ten New Writers DANVILLE, Ky. (AP)-For the third summer in a row, the Pio* neer Playhouse is concentrating exclusively on testing works by new playwrights. Ten scripts are to be given week-long runs in the season through Labor Day. Among the authors are a furniture company president and a State Depart* ment employe now stationed in Viet Nam. As mementoes of the tryouts, each author on opening night is presented with a plaque salvaged from the Old Wilderness Road — starting point of the Lewis and Clark expedition — and a bottle of Kentucky bourbon. I READ THE WANT ADS! Airlines Stewardess Visits at Henderson HENDERSON - Miss Karen Blixt, daughter of Harland Blixt, is visiting with her folks and other relatives in this area. Miss Blixt is an airline stewardess for United Airlines and is stationed at Willow Run Airport at Detroit, Mich. Her home is at Ypsilanti, Mich. Miss Blixt arrived Sunday aboard Ozark Airlines and left Wednesday. BRESLIN'S - 10 DAYS ONLY • TESTED AND PROVEN v W EAR ABILITY Perfect for Room Size Rugs or Woll to Woll Nationally Advertised 501 NYLON Modern Styling that offers luxurious living and top performance in a long wearing carpet. Specially suited for the room that receives heavy traffic. 4 COLORS: Polo Tan, Avocado, Shadow White and Lavender. SAVE '2.00 per sq. yd. 10 DAYS ONLY 1¥V a. 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Mrs. Charles Pruessing, Mrs. George Gordon and Mrs. Frank Bruner, with Mrs. Ed Olin and family of Alexis, went to the home of Mrs. Robert Hunt and surprised her at a birthday party the past week. BOUNTIFUL - California looks toward a bumper grape harvest this fall, and Beryl Dougherty poses in a wine barrel to celebrate it, somewhere in the 450,- m acres of grape vineyards. Shop Friday 9:30 to 9:00 P .M. V '-uc Mara TOISE Classic, Colorful Transitional JERSEYS by Dove of California Sketched are just two of three style* Wrinkle shedding acetate jersey, so easy to wear. Choose from multi-stripe shirt or dark transitional prints in warm autumn colors of blue, brown and green. Sizes n to 20; 14'/* to 24Vk. list men! Cotton Shep

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