11 Golesburg R<Qistcr>Moil, Golesburo, Thursdoy, Oct. 3, 1963 Yates City Circle Plans Project YATES CITY - The Evening tHrtle of the United Presbyterian Church met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Fred Taylor. Devotions were conducted from the Mission Yearbook of Prayer. PI ns for the baaaar were discussed. The list of committees and members were read by Mrs Robert McKeighan. The Evening Circle is to be in charge of the Christmas decoration booth. Mrs. Louis Rogers conducted ^Ifie Bible study from the book :;"One People of God." Yates City Briefs :, Mrs. Edith Goodwin entertained "a grc p of women in her country *home Sept. 26 and served re ^freshments to Mrs. C. M. Staggs ','of glas; Mrs. Carl Langyahr *of Farmington; Mrs. Rolland Porter, M--. Hai . Runyon, Mrs. «Ora Bell, Mrs. Clarence Ragsdale I'atrl Mrs. Ethel Simkins. '« Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bliss Sun*day attended a dinner in the "home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel ^Blaser, Aletha Sue and Sidney at jTaylor Ridge, to celebrate the * sixth birthday of their grand^daughter, Aletha Sue. Other din- tner guests were Mr. and Mrs. ^John Wilbur Bliss, Jama, Judy, *Jill and Jennifer of Garrison, i'jowa. * Miss Fern Briggs is having two ^weeks' vacation from her duties «mt the Bank of Yates City. * Voris Wells, who is employed tin Indiana and Kentucky has been ^having his annual vacation and «spent the time in Yates City with this wife and daughter Carol, his ^son, Voris Lee Wells and family. *Mr. and Mrs. Wells attended the ^Farm Progress Show at Morton *Sept. 26. » Glenn Foster, who is employed "at the Cramer Implement Co., at ^Cramer, returned ,to his duties ^Monday after a week's vacation. ".-'Mr. and Mrs. Foster accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Webster of Knoxville, attended the ^Farm Progress Show at Morton JSept. 25. Mrs. Edson Bowman has completed her cashier duties at Hill^crest Drive-Inn Theater near Can' ton. The theater has been closed Jfor the season. Dick Bowers and his roommate -Lanny of Chicago spent Saturday "and Sunday with his parents, Mr. MEETING TRAGEDY HEAD-ON—Homeward-bound from a fishing expedition, Rooert Zana, 14, was hurled head-first into the windshield, above, when car and his bicycle col* lided head-on. The boy. suffering from multiple injuries, was admitted to a Cleveland, Ohio, hospital. and Mrs. Harry Bowers and daughter Sue. A hamburger fry was served Saturday to Dick and his guest, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bowers, Holly, Kathy and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Bowers and Jimmy of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McBeth and James Haynes of Elm wood. Mrs. Stuart Switzer entertained group of women Sept. 26. Guests were Mrs. Robert McKeighan, Mrs. John V. Sloan, Mrs. Hugh Skinner, Mrs. Louis Windish, Mrs. Lela Webber, Mrs. Eva Chamberlain and Mrs. Earl Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tompkins and daughters of Pueblo, Colo., who were cabled here by the death of her grandfather, John Franklin, last, week left for their home. While here, they were in the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins and Mr. and Mrs. James McKeighan. Mrs. Roy Briggs and daughter Fern spent Sunday evening with the Warren Stenwall family in Elmwood. Stenwall is confined to his bed by illness. Mrs. Doris Elliott entered the Galesburg Cottage Hospital Sept. 26 and underwent surgery Sept. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carey and ZERO LOCKER WEEKEND SPECIALS JOWL Bacon Squares , b . 19c WHOLE FRESH PORK LOINS 49c FRESH PORK STEAK. -, 45c WESTERN ZERO LOCKER "Customer Satisfaction is Our Aim" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carey of Chicago spent Sept. 26 with the, Lee Zink family. ' Mrs. Roy Briggs and daughter Fern spent Saturday with friends in Platteville, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ramp and son Jeff Sunday motored to Polo, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mathews. They were accompanied home by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Ramp, who had spent since Tuesday in the Mathews home. Harry Tompkins of Pueblo, Colo, and his father, I. M. Tompkins, made a business trip to Chicago Sept. 25. Mrs. Esther Bowman and Mrs. Herman L a u r s o n attended the Dahlia show in Creve Coeur Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ragsdale Sunday had dinner with her son, Ivan Baughman and family in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Lee ZJnk and daughters had as their Sunday dinner and supper guests Mr. and Mrs. George Emmons and Cessely Ann of Canton. Cessely spent Saturday night in the Zink home. Mrs. Roy Briggs and daughter Fern spent Sunday in Nauvoo, where they attended services at the Methodist Church. Services were in charge of Rev. Steve Darling, their former neighbor. Miike, Bill and Rose Marie Tompkins of Bartonville spent Saturday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mr*. I. M. Tompkins, and were joined Sunday by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tompkins, who were dinner guests and were accompanied home by their children. Miss Oindy Saunders, student at Northern University at DeKalb spent the weekend with her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. Harry Saunders. They visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Saunders, Canton, Sunday, and later motored to DeKalb to take their daughter back to her college duties. Warmer Weather? Some scientists think our weather is getting warmer. Some of these declare the sun is growing hotter while others attribute the change to fewer volcanic explosions. SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PHONE 343-9040 Whole Frying CHICKENS * 25c Washed Red POTATOES 20 ""• 55c Hills Bros. COFFEE 2 - $ 1.15 Sliced Big Bologna 3 * *1.09 Firm Ripe BANANAS •blOc Kraft > Miracle Whip * 49c Columbia Sliced BACON 3 $ 1.00 Solid Green CABBAGE ib 5c Double Luck Green Beans 5 Cons 50C Small B.B.Q. SPARE RIBS t, 39c Cello Pack CARROTS 2 * 19c Hunt's PEACHES 4 N c - 2$ 1.00 Piedmont Cheese Spread 2 £ 49c Frozen French Fries 10c Strawberries 19c BOOK MATCHES Bo, IOC Well known as the national emblem of the United States, the eagle also is the national emblem of Mexico. Gerlaw Church Circles Meet GERLAW - Friendship Circle of the Gerlaw Christian Church met Sept. 26 at the home of Mrs. Bert Boostrom. Mrs. Dayton Boostrom had charge of lesson, while Mrs. Thatcher Haynes led in devotions. Fellowship Circle met Sept. 2* in the home of Mrs. Eva Wolford. Mrs. Doris Johnson read a poem entitled "Life's Garden." Mrs. Edith Niles gave the lesson and Mrs. Mildred Ryner had charge of devotions. The circle is selling flower bulbs and Christmas cards as its project. Gerlaw Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harlan terpen- ing were recent guests at Springfield for the Farm Bureau Service Co. dinner. Attending the Card Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hawk at Little York Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hennenfent. Undesirable Crumbs Crumbly foods are undesirable for meals during space flights as crumbs floating about in the spaceship could be inhaled or could damage mechanical devices, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. READ THE WANT ADS! News Ileitis ^ Of Shanghai SHANGHAI - Mrs. Rose Healy and Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Gowj. ing of JerseyviUe, wef* wfeffcnd guests of Mr. and Mrs. John White. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Brooks FOOT of Altona, and Mr. and Mrs, L. Noble of Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ahlstrand of Lake Warren came to the Robert Hunt home Tuesday, taking refreshments to help Mrs. Hunt celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Ralph Gilmore visited over the weekend with her sisters and brother near Burlington, who were entertaining their other sister and husband from California. 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