Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 18
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 9, 1963
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.-1 ] Windsor Couple Greet GofMbu Isttr-Mall, Golesbur Oct. 9 F I 1 _T Guefltfl oft 50th Anniverm r NEW WINDSOR — Mr. and Mrs. C. Bernini Wnlsten greeted 178 friendi ind ttlltlves at an open house Sunday afternoon at the Christian Education Building in observance of their Soth wedding anniversary, which was Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Walsten were in charge of the guest book. Mrs. W. C. Grant of Rock Island, sister of the bridegroom, her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Arndt of Rock Island, Mrs. A. J. street- er, New Windsor, Mrs. George Nelson, sister of the bride, of Galesburg were tendered serving honors. Also serving were Mrs. Wayne Streeter of Berwick, Mrs. Fred N. Johnson of Andover, Mrs. Mrs. Robert fleharty of Alpha Galesburg, Edith Fleharty of and Mrs. Eugene Walsten, New Windsor. Mrs. Ted Anderson and Miss Elizabeth Walsten were in charge of the gift table. The memory table attracted the attention of all who attended. A group picture was taken by Mrs. Donald Crawford of the wedding party M years ago. it included the bride and groom, their attendants, L. L. Wallin, jf New Windsor and Mrs. Fred N. Johnson of Andover and Mrs. Martha Sykes Davis of Galesburg, the pianist. Guests attended the event from Chicago, Galesburg, Berwick, Momence, Aledo, Viola, Woodhull, Alpha, Lynn Center, New Windsor, Geneseo and Alexis. News Notes of Media Area spent a recent day with fill Mrs. Dally WNt. I --v - " l4 J T 1^ « Tha iff mm MEDIA iioMfy Society day at ?:» p.fl ShoMiikef. Leaders are Mrs. Bitot Brick** aiid Mfg. Seulah Cavens. Mr, and Mrs, Bill Stevenson ind Mr. am) Mrs. Sam Stevenion omens Mts-.ftottg of Bywtl were Sunday viii«| fli ^^ ^ ilMjut# 41^ IM .^ irf Mfi afld Mn» 6ni llefd wttt- ^j?^ L 4 dell fioten tomes. Dave Pappe of Oak Park spent the weekend with his cousin, Mrs, Shoemaker. Sunday dinner gue*t* in the home were her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs* i ^ livestock tof ail ihfttlfr Orlie Ferguson, Ernest and June mmMm ^ flynn at KiwstidQt. America's first globe mater was James Wilson, a MttH oJicafr ed farmer who sold HW wort t - Saturday supper of Colusa. In the evening th «r £SL? il^iS^f^^22Z guests of Mr, and Mrs. Stanley• »* t»..*ti**i^ *.f«u w*. 1 emawcf, geograpny ana asiron* Walker. Alpha Area News Items ALPHA Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Robert I Mrs. Julie Frenell of Barstow were guests Thursday of Mrs. SUCCESS FOB MISSILE 4*1~A Minutomtn intercontinental ballistic missile—Flight Test Missile 431—writes its smoky signature against the background of Cape Canaveral, Fla.» as it springs from aa underground silo on a 5,000-mile flight down the Atlantic Missile Range. The near-perfect launching was the 86th Minuteman ahot from the Florida test center by Air Force and Boeing Co. crews. The sequence was snapped by Air Force photographers flying at 6.500 feet mouth and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ethel Johnston and daughter Patty of Sun day guests at the Hiram Alexis were Sunday guests at the Hambleton home were Mr Theodore Johnston home. Mr St H B , Hawks, Mr Mrs. Helen Johnson, who has John Bleuer and five children, the Adolph Carl- Mr. and Mrs underwent major sur- four children, and Jimmy and Johanson, of Milan, and Mr. Hospital. and Mrs. Richard Hambleton Robert Zuldema returned to his family of Woodhull home here Saturday from Moline Public Hospital, where he had been a patient for observation | daughters and grandson, Cindy, and Roger Bugos, Birthday Mrs. John Bugos and her grand- following an auto accident. guests at the Neil Hartzell and Mrs. Tom Lucas en- home in Victoria Sunday tertained at dinner Sunday for ing the fifth birthday < Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hartzell. daughters Judy and Joyce of East Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davison. Moline. Judy and Joyce Howlett in company of their daughter-in- will become the brides of Richard law, Mrs. Gary Davison, spent Robert Lucas, sons of the the weekend visiting Pvt. Gary Davison, who is in basic training mony next Saturday at 3 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church in East Moline. Mrs. Dean Stephenson am daughter Lori Jean of East Mo-1 Mrs. Irving Englehardt line and Mrs. Nell Franklin an< at Ft. Knox, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M; and family of Moline were Si parents, Mr Curtis and Dennis Shannon, Stanley and John Browning, Brent McCurdy and Stanley McLaughlin. the Baptist Church will not have evening service Sunday, due to the Illinois Baptist convention Oct. 13-15 at First Baptist Church in Peoria. Mr, and Mrs. Kerrait Johnson returned to their honll in Monrovia, Calif., Friday, after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Olaf Wing and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Orie Michaels and family of Moline were guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stephens, and celebrated the birthday of Randy Sue Michaels. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Nyle McCurdy returned home Thursday after a vacation of 10 days spent visiting the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and the Foliage tour, and Lancaster County in Pennsylvania. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL SIS e. Mate ft curat t AM. to * FJ«. Fridays! 1 KM. to l:S0 PJ1 WotfMtdav'i TO Noom. M1-41 IT oi Mt-SOlt Hold Rally Day At the promotion Rally Day services Sunday at the Baptist Church, Bibles were presented to the following: Stanley Browning, David McKee, Kathy McLaughlin, Beth Ann Nestrick, Debbie Olin, Janice Olin, Paul Carlson, Elmer Price, Darrell Shannon, Vanya Barton and Rhonda Cowser. Mrs. Robert McLaughlin accompanied a group to Cambridge Sunday to attend the monthly young peoples rally of the Rock Island Baptist Association. They were Memorial to Pope John NEW YORK (AP) — Religion in American Life, an interfaith program by American advertisers to encourage church attendance, has received an initial gift from James Gerity Jr., president of the Gerity Broadcasting Company in Michigan, to establish a "Pope John XXIII Memorial Fund." READ THE WANT ADS! • • • * In 111 buy U la people who can Bonds la wry i Only Americans have the privilege— Just one person in each 17 of the world's population. In case yow never considered it a prill* climbed and protect In spit* of their "restricted* sale*, thou**, VS. Savings Bonds happen to be the most widely held security in the world* Exercise your privilege to buy U« S« Savings Bonds, soon« See if you don't feel pretty good about it. 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Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Sullivan of Belleville who had been visiting her parents in Burlington, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Violet Sullivan, while on their way home. Miss Leona Anderson of Seaton and Mrs. Gothard Rankin, Stronghurst, were Sunday callers in the Will Musser home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers and daughters were Sunday din* ner guests in the home of his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellison at London Mills. David Barber and Andrea Overstreet visited his grandmother, Mrs. Fanny Wilson and other relatives in Dallas City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cavins omy. Phon* 342-5151 r •t SLIGHTLY DAMAGED SEWING Machine CLOSEOUT 525-lb. cop. Counter bo I. Lid. 5-Yr. Special warranty Adj. Tamp. Control Reg. 178.88 r Limited Amount Our very Best Model 21.2 So. Ft. Steel Shelving DuPont Dulux finish 5-Yr. 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