Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1963 · Page 22
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11 Golesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, 111. Mondoy, Oct. 14, 1963 List Changes In Residences At Yates City YATES CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Don Lopeman and three daughters moved to their rental property in the south part of Yates City, recently vacated by the Edward Cassidy family, who moved to Peoria. The Lopemans sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ewalt who have been living In the tenant property of Louis VVindish northwest of Yates City. Mrs. Lela Webber has moved from her farm home of more than 50 years east of Yates City to the rental property of Mrs. Edson Bowman, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dixon, who moved to Canton. Yates City Briefs Mrs. Clarence McMasters was injured in a fall in the yard at her home Sunday. The ligaments of her leg were torn loose and the ankle was sprained. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Foster Sunday motored to Peoria, where they called on their 8 -year-o 1 d grandson, Dale Poster, patient in the Methodist Hospital suffering with rheumatic fever. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson, Gary and Stephen of Hinsdale, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Capitani. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray of Canton also were dinner guests Sunday. A. E. Shafer and Mrs. Caroline Wells of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs. William Eldert of Aledo, spent a weekend with Gerald Shafer in Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hasselbacher, Gary Hasselbacher and Barbara McGroon of Sterling and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Savage and family of the north countryside Sunday had dinner with Mrs. Jennie Savage. Other dinner guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Coulter of Galesburg and Mrs. Maude Hasselbacher of Brimfield, who have been guests of Mrs. Savage a number of days. Mr. and Mrs. William Norton Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge had supper Saturday at Maple Shade in Peoria and spent the evening at the Hub to see Sammy Kaye. Kristie, Don and Janice Trowbridge spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boswell in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laurson of Yates City Oct. 2 motored to Peoria, where they met Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bliss, Mr. and Mrs Darrell Sledgister and sons of Chilh'cothe and Mr. and Mrs. David Bliss of Springfield, Mo. They all had dinner in Peoria and later motored to the Bliss home in Chillicothe. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Krisher and daughter, Mrs. George Stanley and son Scott of Norman, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Tackman of Peoria and Mrs. Mary Lee Maxey and Kay of Yates City had supper Oct. 4 with Mr. and Mis. Harley C. Fuller. The Oklahoma relatives spent the night in the Fuller home. Mr. and Mrs. John Switzer of Clearwater, Fla., are staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feldner and son Darel. They also are visiting relatives in Canton. Attend Open House Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitchpatrick attended open house in honor of Mrs. Elizabeth Pearson, who celebrated her 75th birthday, in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Joy Hollingsworth in Galesburg Sunday. They also attended open house for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ayers of Galesburg, who ecle- SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox Organ Club Elects Officers The Galesburg Baldwin Organ Club met in the Bamboo Room of Leath's Furniture Store Thursday evening to elect officers. Elected president was Warren Stevens of Gilson, who succeeds Mrs. Richard Carlberg, president for the last three years. Vice president is Harry McCJurg; secretary, Shirley Evans; treasurer, "There's lots about this business I don't understand. For instance, why do pilots always talk back and forth about somebody named Roger?" TIZZY By Kate Osann • m»W M*. kb Ti*. bf. U.S. M. OH. "You know something? YOU'RE WORSE THAN ALGEBRA!" Rtistel Voting, and publicity chairman, Mrs. Russel Young. A program of organ music and group singing followed. Selections were played by Linda McClurg, Beverly Stevens, Mrs. Margaret Collis, Mrs. Richard Carlberg and Ed Breuer. Guests were Mrs. Margaret Collis and daughter Darlene of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bennison of Knoxville, Mrs. Clarence Guckman of Pomona, Calif, and Bob Abernathe of Gilson. New Windsor Scouts Convene NEW WINDSOR - Plans were completed by the Girl Scout troop 427, for its slumber party Nov. 1. The members displayed badge work. Treats were served by Mellia Johnson and Pamela Foster. Sonja Nimerick is a new co- leader of the troop. Mrs. Leonard Bird and Mrs. Richard McCready, the leaders, and 18 members of the Brownie Scout Troop attended the wiener roast Wednesday at the home of Beth Lindbeek. Mrs. Ebbfl Nelson of Paxton spent a Weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson. Ever top the children's applesauce with a few miniature marshmallows? READ THE WANT ADS! What a Gas ^ CARAWAY, Ark. (AP) - The Leroy Gauf family of Caraway has found something better than the old piggy bank for saving change and it paid for their vacation this summer. Back in 1961 Gauf began dropping his extra pocket change each day into the gas tank of his farm truck. Came vacation time this year, he pulled off the tank and shook it until out came $194.89. in calories— light yet so tasty! brated their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Don Burgess of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grubb of Galesburg Sunday had dinner with Mrs. Charles Brockley and Betty in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Dalton left for Gainesville, Mo,, to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Noll. Mrs. Noll is the sister of Dalton. Mrs. Elizabeth Coulter of Galesburg; Mrs. Maude Hasselbacher of Brimfield and Mrs. Jennie Savage of Yates City spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laurson. Herman Laurson attended the Methodist Men's laymen's meeting at Epworth Springs Sunday. Mrs. Esther Rector, who celebrated her birthday Oct. 1, and Mrs. Fred Rector wiio celebrated her birthday in September, were entertained at dinner Oct. 1 by Mrs. Harley C. Fuller at Cramers in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. William Grover of Rockford spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. June Antrim, and the June Kelly family. Harold Ford and son Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ford of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ford, Jean, Gary and Bonnie, of Farmington, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harkness of Galesburg were weekend call••••••••••III order your Christmas cards .* CARROLL'S now Relax in our Christmas balcony and choose your personalized cords, coffee if hot.. . baby pen is ready. Illllllllllll Sunburst Beauty 813 NOTE: Sand pattern ordtrt direct to New York. Watch addraia below. Ord.ri will NOT b» »c- cspted at Gal.iburg n.wspap.r OlflCB Use taffeta, antique tatin, sateen for this spread—fortune to buy, simple to make. Elegant sunburst motif—easy to quilt by hand or machine for bedspread, pillows. Pattern 813: transfer of 12 motifs, directions. 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