Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1963 · Page 23
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Soldier Visits Residence In Yates City YATES CITY - Jerry dark stationed in Ft. Riley, Kan. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark. He will return to Ft. Riley Oct. 26. Guests in the Clark home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, Debbie and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clark and Cindy, Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Bleishner, Clinton VanDusen and sister and Mable Van* Dusen of Galesburg. Yates City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Lee Zink, Norma Jean and Karen, spent an evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Emmons and Cessely Ann in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shide- man, Deanne and Cinthia spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bleichner and family in Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. William Bantz, Susan Arlene and Scott, of Piano, spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Keene, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector and Mrs. Esther Rector have returned home from Celina, Ohio, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Grover and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chamberlain and Diana of Downers Grove spent a weekend with his mother, Mrs. Eva Chamberlain. They had dinner in Farmington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hanks Jr. and family and Mrs. Roy Briggs and Fern attended an organ recital in Peoria Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Parker of Elmwood, made a scenic drive to Havana and Beardstown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Burgess and Jack and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fitzgerald of Brimfield Sunday had dinner with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Burgess. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ramp, David and Susan of Carbondale spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowers in Elmwood, and Mrs. Ethel Ramp in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mosher and Karen Lou near D a h i n d a David spent Sunday with his great-grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Tuckey in Yates City. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Runyon of Yates City, accompanied by Bruce Lindzey and Mrs. Fred Steck of Elmwood, spent Sunday in Peoria with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lindzey. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Braham, also of Elmwood, attended the family gathering in honor of Owen Lindzey, who celebrated his birthday. The home of Mr. and Mrs Al VanDusen and children was the scene of a family wiener roast Saturday. Guests were her mother, Mrs. Mae Rose- cran, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosecran and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosecran and family, Miss Betty and Karen Hall of Elmwood, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rosecran and family of Creve Coeur, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Rosecran and family of Sunnyland and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korenoskie and family of Champaign. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Slayton and sons Jeff and Keith entertained at a wiener roast Oct. 11 Mr. and Mrs. David Slayton and family and Mr and Mrs. Don Montgomery and family. The S1 a y t o n s . served a wiener roast Sunday to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clark, Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Duley and sons Larry and Brian. Mrs. Voris Wells Monday accompanied Mrs. Harley C. Fuller of Yates City and Mrs. Maude Phares of Elmwood to the St. Francis Hospital in Peoria where Mrs. Wells and Mrs. Phares called on Mrs. Mae Shively, a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Hartwick Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Erick son and son Ronnie of Avon and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lundeen and son of Pekin Sunday had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Windish. Mrs. Charles Brockley and Betty of Galesburg spent Saturday in the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burgess. The Burgesses had as their supper guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grubb of Galesburg. Mrs. Earl Rynearson of Yates City visited her father, Ernest Sprout Sr., patient in St. Francis Hospital in Peoria Oct. 11. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ralston and sons was the scene of a family get-together of the Porter family Sunday. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Ander­ son, Kflstlc and Karen, of Morton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lint and Susan of Farmington and Mrs. Dora Porter, Mrs. Mae Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Porter and Jim of Yates City. Mrs. Daisy Palmer of Morrison and Kenneth Rector of Peoria Sunday had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rector. Mr. and Mrs. Voris Wells, Bill and Carol were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maxwell and family near Altona. Mrs. Meda Sheltort and son Herman spent the weekend with Mrs. Vada Windish in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Bleichner, Rodney and Rebecca, of Dunlap spent Saturday with the Dean Shideman family. Set DeLong 4-H Meet DELONG — The DeLong Livestock 4-H Club will meet Monday at 7 p.m. at the home of Borrell McWilliams for a wiener roast. A hayrack ride will be held later in the evening. In case of rain the party will transfer to the church basement and the wieners will be cooked indoors. They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Ratio Galesburg Register-Mai I, Galesburg, III, Thursdoy, Oct. 17,1963 23 Daryle Lamonica of the Buffalo Bills turned down a $50,000 baseball bonus in order to play football for Notre Dame. Luke Appling of the Chicago White Sox played in 2,218 American League games, a major league record for shortstops. The 1906 Chicago Cubs won 116 games, a major league record. They finished 20 games ahead of the Giants that year.' Mr New Windsor Couple Honored In New Home NEW WINDSOR - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young, who have moved from their farm to their new home in New Windsor, were honored at a housewarming. The event was held Saturday evening, when 18 of their former neighbors came to pay a visit. Awards in the game of 500 were received by Mrs. Clarence Anderson, Myron Hickok, Mrs. Martin McVeigh and Carl Bloom. The honored guests were presented a monetary gift. New Windsor Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ernest SchOen- bein entertained the wedding party which included their son Roger, the bridegroom, of New Windsor and Miss Sharon Poole, the bride, after the rehearsal Saturday at the Covered Wagon at Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Johnson of Cambridge visited Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson and Mrs. Delia Anderson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson and family of Maquon and and Mrs. Paul Peterson and daughter of Galesburg spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson. The group viewed the pictures Marvin and Roy had taken on a trip to Red Lake, Canada. Mrs. J. L. Peterson and daughter, Mrs. Violet Dawson, accompanied Mr. a nd Mrs. Wayne Smiley of Rock Island on a trip to McGregor, Iowa, and Prairie du Chien, Wis., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Medd and family of Bettendorf Were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mario Forscth. Deborah Forseth, who had visited at the Medd home since Friday, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Max Lindstrom of Galesburg, Mrs. Anna Falline of Aledo and the three daughters of Mary Burchel of Viola visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Youngberg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Swanson of Red Oak, Iowa, spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. J. L. Peterson and Mrs. Violet Dawson. The Dodgers won the National League flag with an even 100 wins in 1941, but finished second the following year with 104 victories. Return from South CAMBRIDGE— Mr. and Mi% Russell Broshar have returned after a week 's vacation wltJ^ their daughter and son-in*law, Capt. and Mrs. George R, Johnson and family at Smyrna, Tenn. Mrs. Richard Charles and daughter left Tuesday for their home at Fullerton, Calif., following a visit in the J. E. Charles home. A Quality SAUSAGE Just good home-made sausage with that good old fashioned flavor. Try it. Made by Joseph R. Peterson OrtJB. Ill MILNOT FAMILIES TALL CAN WILSON'S CERTIFIED 6-8 lb. avg. 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