Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 15, 1963
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Larchland Tito Gmm LARCHLAND - Mtt. Carl Schrodt artd Mrs. Richard Ray. morid entertained the Urehland Community AW Society at the hall Wednesday. Quests were MIM Agnes Francis and Mrs. Darland. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis spent Sunday with their son, Robert and family of Payson. Mr. and Mrs. George Crow and family of Stronghurst were Got. 6 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Gillen and family. Mrs. Eva Needham of near Viola has returned home after several days' visit with her lis­ ters, Mrs. Elmer Ray and Mrs. Olive Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eyler and family of near Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson and Lester and Mr. and Mrs. MORE PROTECTION OTO ANCESTORS "A federal incoma tax man? Aro you aura?" BUT YOUR COST IS LOWER! For more than 85 years, Millers' Mutual has provided sound in* surance protection at a substantial savings in cost It will pay you to check with MILLERS' MUTUAL before you renew your present HOME, BUSINESS and AUTO INSURANCE. Tony Liichwt 411 Bank ol Bldg. Galesburg Ph. 342-4621 MILLERS' MUTUAL OP ILLINOIS INSURANCE *- AUTO • HOMI BUSINESS READ"THE.WANT ADS! Dale Carlson and sons drove to the quad-cities Oct. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jackson and family were Oct. 6 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hopkins and son of Monmouth. Recent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Derby and Lissa of Milan, Mr. and Mrs. David Needham, Colena arid Joey, of near Viola, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rodgers and family of Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Hopkins were Sunday dinner guests of his sister, Miss Opha Hopkins of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Murdock of near Rio and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray attended the Moews Seed Corn open house at the plant at Granville Wednesday. Mrs. Lillie Davis entertained the following at Sunday dinner: Mrs. Pearl Filliman of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olson of Burlington. Miss Josephine Francis has been visiting at Deer Lake, Iowa. Mrs. Veva Lister of Monmouth accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Murphy and children of Kansas City, spent a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Vittatoe and son. They all drove to New Salem while the guests were here. Mr. and Mrs. George Clarke of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. George Rader drove to Lake Argyle at Macomb Tuesday for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Davis and family of Bushnell, spent an evening with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gillen. 71st Birthday Celebrated at Little York LITTLE YORK - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perrin entertained Oct. 6 on the occasion of her father's birthday. William Morrell was 71 Oct. 8. A potluck dinner was served. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrell of Sciota; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morrell and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Reader of Good Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perrin of Little York and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Reinhardt of Rome Hills. In the a f t e r n o o n, Mr. and Mrs. John Walker of Peoria dropped in to wish Morrell a happy birthday. Walker and Morrell had not see one another for 35 years. They were boyhood friends in Camden. READ THE WANT ADS! Rio Pastor Attends 35th Class Reunion R16 - Oh Oct. 10, Rev. T. Rolla Crowell attended the 35th class reunion, the class of 1928, at the McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago. Rio Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Royal Litchfield attended the recent OES Grand chapter at the Medina Temple In Chicago. They were voting delegates from their chapter in Rio. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. LeHew of Stafford, Kan., arrived Wednesday at the home of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frankenburger. Mrs. !,e* Hew, a charter member of the Rio Woman's Club, attended the 50th anniversary tea. They left for Corning, N. Y. for a visit with their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Litchfield, Rio, and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Law, Gladstone, were hostesses Oct. 5 at the Koon's cabin at Gladstone, where they held a fish fry for 35 guests of the Betty Coeds of 1958. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Koons, parents of Mrs. Litchfield, also were guests. Mrs. Wallace Flack and Mrs. David Flack and Monte, were among the guests who attended the birthday luncheon at the home of Mrs. Edwin Olson, North Henderson Thursday. Mrs. Ora Bell of Yates City spent a weekend at the home of Mrs. Faye Fritz. Wesley Girdler entered Moline College as a freshman this fall. APmetkalTtio Alpha Faith Circle Plans Project ALPHA — Mrs. Byron Weir, Mrs. Holger Carlson and Mrs. Chris Schwartzkopf were hostesses Thursday to the Faith Circle of the Methodist Church at the former's home. Mrs. Oscar Wing, chairman, reported that note paper and Christmas cards will be sold as a money-making project, and a rummage sale was announced at the Alpha church Nov. 7, and in Galesburg Nov. 9. Mrs. Richard Spivey assisted by Mrs. Georgia Dickson presented the program on the topic, "The Changing City." A guest was Mrs. Ethel Kearns. 1370 Of hostess-type aprons for gifts or your own apron wardrobe. Each is sew-easy takes Just a yard in size medium No. 1370 with Photo-Guide Is in sizes small (10-12); medium (14-16); large (18-20). Medium, 1 yard of 35 or 39-inch for each apron. To order send 80 eentt in coins for each pattern to Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mali. 31B W VanBuren St Chicago 7. Ill Add 10 cents tor lst-elais mailing Print name address with zone, style number and size. New Windsor Scouts To Add Members NEW WINDSOR - Prospective members of the Boy Scout troop worked on tenderfoot requirements preceding the regular meeting Oct. 10. The group made wet weather fire starters during the meeting and later went to the New Windsor Park for a string burning contest. James Pinkerton and Richard Shew won first place; Jerry Pierce and Michael McCready placed second. Swimming lessons started Saturday at the Monmouth YMCA. A smoked tongue that weighs about three pounds will need almost three hours of simmering. looking at LOOK to First National for low cost financing! First Galesburg National will gladly help you into the driver's seat with the auto financing you need. Just tell your dealer you want your car financed through us. He'll handel all arrangements. Or, come into our Installment Loan Department for prompt action on your loan. Low bank rates with easy monthly payment terms will make your new car deal the BjEST deal for you! GALESBU AN HAL BANK O. •• OAUCtftURG ILLINOIS 100 Year* of Continuous Bu«in«ss and Family tanking MIMICR FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Gotesbura Register-Mail f Gateiburfl, ill, Tuesday, Oct, IS, W6$ ? Raritan Area News Items RARITAN - Mrs. Lillian Jordan. Mrs. Frank Waddell, Mrs. Edna Vernoy and Mrs. Maggie Orate attended their annual Bridge Club dinner at the Junction Thursday. Pol- lowing the dinner, they returned to the home of Mrs. Orate, where the evening was spent in playing bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cole of Burlington were guests at dinner Oct. 6 in the home of his sister, Mrs. Lillian Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waddell were guests in the Jordan home in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Regie Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waring were guests at dinner Oct. 6 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Lauver of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Finch and children of Galesburg were other guests. The occasion honored the first birthday anniversary of Jeff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Finch, who was 1 Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lauver were visitors in the same home. Mrs. Lillian Jordan, accompanied by Mrs. Florence Willard, visited relatives in Abingdon Tuesday. Mrs. Jordan visited in the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Cole, and Mrs. Willard visited with her son, Eldon Oearhart, and family. The Women's missionary conference was held Oct 10 at the Normandale Reformed Church of Pekin. Those attending from the Raritan Reformed Church were Mrs. Dean Corteylou, Mrs. Frank Butler, Mrs. Gothard Rankin, Mrs. Kenneth Corzatt, Mrs. Mary Brokaw and Mrs. Arthur Cook. A fish fry and covered dish dinner was served Friday at the Adolph Dahl home. Those attending were Mrs. Lillian Jordan, Mrs. Frank Waddell, Mrs. Edna Vernoy, Mrs. Erva Gregory, Mrs. Florence Willard and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Van Arsdale. East Galesburg Club Entertained EAST GALESBURG — The Chit Chat Club met recently at the home of Dorothy Mack. Bunco was played, and prizes were won by Dorothy LaFollette, Dorothy Ritchie and Marion Krohn. Sam Bybee moved into the Rodney Mates property on State Street. READ THE WANT ADS! Kirkwood Girls Group Sett Party K1RKWCOD - Miss lllftte Bryant, worthy adviser, presided at the meeting of Wrttwood Assembly, Order of At Rain* bow for Girls, Oct. I m fee Masonic Temple. The social activity scheduled for Oct. 11 was postponed until Halloween. Members will meet at the Masonic Temple at 4:. 10 p.m. then go to Bella Vista Cottage at Oquawka for a wiener roast. Mary Lynne Hall, Jane Ann Harrington, Lucy Van Riper and Nancy Haben will serve on the activity committee and Suzie Bryant and Laurie Walters will serve on a special committee. Refreshments were served by Janice Henderson, Connie Boock and her mother, Mrs. Roger Boock. DR. L ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 339 E. Mala Heuit: I A.M. to • 9M. rrldari: • A.M. So t:30 PM. Wadnaaday't Til Neea 343-3317 or 341-3017 Illustrated Plaid Stamp gift: Sunbtam Shavemastar... 8% books. Happy little shavers have mothers who save only Plaitf Stamps and get fine gifts faster Books fill faster, gifts come quicker when you save only Plaid Stamps. So shop onjy where you see Plaid Stamp signs-at A&P Food Stores, service stations, dry cleaners and many other fine merchants. It's so easy to save only Plaid Stamps-you can get Plaid Stamps almost everywhere you shop. 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