Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
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12 Golesburg Rcflister-MMl, ^Ifsburg, HI. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1963 Woman's Club Features 11 I | jijlj^ ^M 1 | f <\ i ?*;;,»!! AM* •' Klllit!* j;«|pi!»"'> i[j!|! ! lfl«l»" WILL SHOW REMODELED PORCH—This bright, airy room was once an open porch. But the Gene Stricklands enclosed it, and placed an open fireplace in the center of the room with a huge hood and exhaust fan in the ceiling. Although a gas flame is used, it is capable of use as a wood burning fireplace. The home will be part of the tour sponsored Friday by the Yates City Junior Woman's Club. Medians Depart for California MEDIA — Mrs. Ralph Newman and daughter, Mrs. Mar lene Van Order and baby left Monday for a trip to California. Stanley Walker and eight of his FFA boys attended the National FFA convention in Kansas City, Mo., last week. Mac Pogue was a recent business caller in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Browning were weekend visitors with relatives in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers and daughters spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson in Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dark and daughters of Colchester were Sunday dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Violet Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Don Frakes and children spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Peterson in Abingdon. The local Missionary Society met recently in the Mrs. Shoemaker home. Leaders were Mrs. Edna Erickson and Mrs. Beulah Cavins. Topics on the lesson were given by Mrs. Gladys Brouse and Miss Elna Erickson. Mrs. Margaret Shelton finished the study book. It was announced the Week of Prayer and Self-denial will be held at the church Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. PARKS SHOW VICTORIAN MOTIF — This Victorian parlor grouping with chairs upholstered in a light background fabric makes an interesting conversation area in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Parks. Plants and small accessories help establish the atmosphere of an earlier era. The home will be open for tours (tickets available at the Yates City Lions' Building Friday from 1-3 p. m. Guests Dine At Alphans' Residences ALPHA - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bizping of Linn, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shepherd and son of Oskaloosa, Iowa, spent the weekend at the Tom Lucas home and attended the wedding of Lucases' sons, Robert Lucas and Judy Howlett, and Richard Lucas and Joyce Howlett, who were married in double wedding ceremony Saturday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church in East Moline. Thirty relatives were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Tom Lucas home, others com­ ing from Cordova, Moline, Ophiem and Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Plunkett of Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. David McBride and son Steven of Dixon, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Plunkett and Mr. and Mrs. Max Plunkett and family were Sunday supper guests at the Douglas Plunkett home. These relatives were all entertained at dinner Sunday at the Vern Plunkett home. Sunday visitors at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lfierrt OUR th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION LIST OF 1st WEEK WINNERS: HELEN WHITING DRESS Mary Ann Roller IL ^ElUCkEY JUMPER Kathy Hilton SUZY TOGS PANTS Janet Martin MISS PAM SLACK Jo Ann Kosier ROUSSO COORDINATE Cindy Reeves FAIRFIELD SWEATER Cheryl Robbins BRYANT TOG SKniT Nancy Jordan EPSTEIN SKIRT Sandy Boelkes "MARDI MODE BLOUSE Jean Wenstrom JUBILEE BLOUSE Mrs. Earl Colburn GORDON PETERS SHIRT Sallie Strong CAPRI JEWELRY Mrs. L. N. Wolfe GARNE JEWELRY Alice Spencer BRIGHTMAN PURSE Lena K. Johnson KOMAR LINGERIE Kuiie Higareda FAMOUS MAKE 3-PIECE ALL WOOL 10 10 Knits $ 30 Pastel & Dork Tones—Reg. $39.98 NEW FALL Dresses 9'° 13'° 18 Regularly $11.98 to $39.98 YOU SAVE TO $12.00 CHARGE iT - LAY IT AWAY - USE THE BUDGET 2nd $100.00 DRAWING OCT. 19th, 1963 JUST REGISTER NOTHING TO BUY Total of SCAAOO Merchandise 3UU Prizes In Four Drawings Tschappat near Loud Thunder Forest were Ross Parker of Alpha, Mrs. Marguerite Robertson of New Windsor, Mrs. Maude Hughes of Woodhull, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Slaight and family of Big Island, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hughes and family and Gary Lambert of Milan and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fields of Old Henderson. Alpha News Briefs Roger Johnston, AlWood senior, returned home Sunday from Moline Public Hospital, where he had been under observation since Friday night, when he suffered a minor head injury while playing football at Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. Emil VerSchage and son Ronald spent the weekend in Racine, Wis., where VerSchage attended the Past Presidents for the Holy Name of St. Rita's Church. They also visited friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Speas spent the weekend with relatives at Marshall town, Iowa. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Wayne Nelson and daughter Susan of New Windsor, who journeyed on to Ames, Iowa, to visit the Darrell Nelson family. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Rice, Miss Mildred Laird and Russell Moore, of Peoria, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stitt. Mrs. Eric Streed returned home Friday from University Hospital in Iowa City, where she had been receiving treatment. Mrs. Helen Johnson returned home Sunday from Galesburg Cottage Hospital, where she had undergone major surgery. Set Cancer Meeting CAMBRIDGE - The Henry- Stark Chapter of the American Cancer Society meeting will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Kewanee Hotel. Reports of the district meeting will be given, according to Mr. Robert Horberg, Cambridge, secretary. in Tour J*\ f «5») 1 k i FEATURES "GONE WITH THE WIND LAMP"—This prismed hanging lamp, silver tea set and hand-painted china in the hutch cupboard are authentic antique touches in the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Parks in Yates City. This residence will be featured on the tour of homes Friday sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club. GET DOUBLE EXPOSURE—Reflections in the gilt mirror in the telephone corner of the Parks' bedroom are prints from early fashion magazines in deep gilt-trimmed frames. The Gone-with-the-Wind type lamp, fluted vase and footed opaque dish continue the Victorian theme in this room. OR I. £ Look in our Men's Dept. Street Floor USE YOUR C.A. at T/s Prairie City Costume Party Planned Oct. 31 PRAIRIE CITY - Children of school age in Prairie City community will take part in a Halloween costume parade and room parties Oct. 31 at 2:30 p.m. It is being sponsored by the PTA room mothers and the Modern Woodmen of America. Mrs. Laura E. Akers is the local director of the MWA Junior Club. The line of parade will be formed on the schoolgrounds and judges will pick the costumes that best represent the category to be used. Then the children will parade through the business district block and past the nursing homes, as in former years. Returning to the school- grounds, the children will go to their rooms for the usual parties given by the room mothers. Boys and girls who sign the pledge cards stating, "I promise to respect the property of other people and will cooperate with leaders to make this party a success," will be eligible for the witch wagon at night. Names will be drawn from these cards and the five children who are found at home when called will receive a prize. The prizes are donated by the Modern Woodmen. Yates City Club Sponsors Friday Affair YATES CITY - The tour of eight homes sponsored by the Yates City Junior Worn* an 's Club will be held Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. Tickets will be available at the Yates City Lions Building, and will entitle the buyer to look over four of eight homes. The other four may be toured for an additional charge. Prairie City Social Group Plans Outing PRAIRIE CITY — The Presbyterian social group will have an outdoor wiener roast Sunday at 6 p.m. at the church. Each family was asked to take wieners, buns and a pie. Coffee will be provided. Afterward, there will be a program. In case of rain, it will be held indoors. Saturday night visitors at the Sam White home were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bratcher, Cameron; Mr. and Mrs. Dale DeFord, Monmouth, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank White and Sheryl, Bushnell. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davis, Steven, Gary, Mike, John and Mary Ann of Cameron, and the DeFords of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Akers and family and Mrs. Lela Dailey, near Macomb, went to New Salem Friday. They had a cookout supper Sunday at Lake Argyle. Margaret Dunavin spent the weekend with her parents, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Dunavin, who took her back to Normal University, Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bricker were hosts Sunday for a dinner honoring Mrs. Earl Keener on her birthday. Others present were Mr. Kenner, Cindy and Kenneth, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Keener, Cuba. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dykeman from St. Joseph, Mich., who had been visiting in Roseville. He formerly lived near Prairie City, and went to school when Mrs. Keener did. Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When vou are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. 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