Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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OUR ANCESTORS rrnx "What, Ctp'n? You want soma 30-inch worms and a 7-foot hook?" News Topic of Belmont BELMONT Mr, and Mrs. James Free and sons spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith at Mount Prospect. The Frees were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butnam and family at Roselle. Denise and Duane Ricketts spent several days the past week at the Davis Shaner home near Biggsville. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson and Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Free were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark in , Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Lossie More- ford and family of Andalusia were evening guests in the Clark home. Mrs. Rilious Anderson, Mrs. Pete Fredrickson, Mrs. Torrence Free, Mrs. Richard Ballard, Mrs. Dwight Ricketts and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson accompanied a group of women of the North Henderson Woman's Society of Christian Service and five women of the Little York Society on a-tour of Chaddock Boys School and the Sunset Home in Quincy Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fredrickson, Darlene and Cheryl Kettering, attended the Henderson Valley Riders Club Sunday near Oquawka. Earl and Edgar Peters, who had been visiting at the Ben Board home with their sister, Mrs. Dora Ranney, left for their homes in Flint, Mich. Tea Planned The members of the WSCS are invited to a guest day tea July 11 at 2 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church in North Henderson. Mrs. Daryl Dowell will entertain the Priscilla Club July 10 instead of Thursday July 11. Mr. and Mrs. Richard BaJJard took their son John and Bill Watson of Little York to Springfield Sunday to attend the Premier Boys State at the fairgrounds. Mrs. Eugene Hillman entertained the members of their Sunday School Class and several others at a potluck supper Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. There were about 50 present. Miss Donna Schlisske of Monmouth spent the weekend with Miss Susan Kauzlarich. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Laird attended the Sloan reunion in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Raney of Pairs, Mo,, were also present. Kirkwood 4-H'ers To Participate in Talent Contest KIRKWOOD - The Kirkwood Klipper 4 -H Club met June 19 at the Methodist Church. Tickets had been received for the county chicken barbecue in July. Barbara Wayland gave a talk on the. federation meeting that she attended. Kristine Baker gave a demonstration on "How to Cut Material Straight"; Cathy Cochran, "How to Fringe a Scarf," Marlene Lefler, "Devil's ( Food Cake," and Judith Breuer, "Making a Wool Suit." Vicky Crandall gave an idea of what the club could do for share- the-fun night and it was approved by the girls. Refreshments were served by Nancy Coulter, Renee Faudree and Cathy Cochran. The 15-5 record posted by Penn State's basketball team last season was the school's best mark since the 1952-53 season. Alexisans Return From EUB Church Parley ALEXIS-Rev. and Mrs. B. C. Stine and Mrs. Franklin' Campbell returned Thursday • from attending the Evangelical United Brotherhood /church Conference June 17-20 at Naperville. The Stines will be moving soon to Danville and he will be preaching in the Methodist Church there. Rev. Orrell Ruth and wife will be new pastor for Alexis Evangelical United Brethren Church. The Rev. Mr. Ruth has been serving as assistant pastor of Grace Church in Chicago, and he will also serve the Henderson Evangelical United Brethren Church. The local church will have a change in time and order of services beginning June 30. Morning worship service will be 9:30 a.m. and Sunday School at 10:30. Mis Pamela Smith of Austin, Tex., is here to spend summer with her grandfather, Jacob Brown, Debbie and Ronnie. Notre Dame will play three California rivals in football next fall. The Irish meet Southern California on Oct. 12, UCLA on Oct. 19 and face Stanford/ Oct. 26. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Homemakers Unit Meets At Rio Home Galesburg Register-'Maij, Gqlesburg, III. Wednesday. June 26. 1963 I? fttO — The June 17 meeting of the Rio unit of Illinois Homemakers Extension Association met at the hofnfe of Mrs. Robert Cantell with Mrs. Herbert Swanson as co*hosless. Guesfe were Mrs. Catherine Cantell, Miss Delofes Cantell and Mrs. William Rednour. The major lesson, "Cooking out of a Box," was given and demonstrated by Mrs. Cantell and Mrs. Swanson. Minor lesson^ "Finger Foods," was by Mrs. Delbert Litchfield. The Rio unit, contributed to "Pennies for Friendship" and 4 *H support. Crafts day to make "tote bags" of various kinds will be held on June 25 at 9:30 a.m. and is open to the public. The 4 -H girls and leaders were invited. July 15 meeting will be held at Being Fat Is Bit Hard on Roscoe's Ears By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Remarks that fat men get tired of hearing: "He's a fine figure of a man- in fact, several men." "What made you so late for work, Roscoe? Get stuck in the subway turnstile again?" "He doesn't need a knife and fork. Just put a shovel by his plate." "Hi, Tubby, what's new?" "They say everybody loves a fat man." "They say nobody loves a fat man." "In our last amateur theatrical, Roscoe starred as the mob scene. He played it all by himself." "Roscoe just dived into the swimming pool from the 11 -foot board. Now, how are we going to get the water back in?" "My, I can eat anything I want. Nothing seems to stick to my bones." "They'll have to unhinge the pearly gates if they're ever going to get him into heaven." "Your shoelace is loose, Roscoe. Want me to tie it for you?" "We've got to. do something about him. That's the fourth swivel chair he's- broken this month." "Yes, sir, I know a size 50 coat fits you like a glove. But let's try this size 54 on you—I think you'll find it a bit more comfortable." "Roscoe isn't really fat. He's just unbelievably plump." "We'll have to wait at the top of the stairs for Roscoe. He always takes the freight elevator." "As I see it, it's a mathematical problem. If his tummy gets any bigger, his arms will no longer be able to reach the table—and then he's bound to start losing weight." "The last time Roscoe played Santa Claus, the reindeer mutinied." "They say that inside every fat man there's a thin man trying to get out. In Roscoe's case, there must be three men." "Rainy days are a big nuisance to him. He gets tired of having to carry two umbrellas." "I hear he counts his calories on the office computer." "There's one nice thing about having all that weight. When you're at the beach with Roscoe on a summer day, he throws more sha'de than the average elm tree." "Here's a new game for you, kids. The first one to race five laps around Roscoe. wins a quarter. On your marks! Get set! Go!" THE BRl'Z—President Job* F. Kennedy and bis hrottar Attwtey (icteraj Robert F. Kennedy smiled broadly as they stood shoulder to shoulder during • rec«»t reception. the Rio Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. with the 4 -H girls and mothers as guests. Rio News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alexander attended the wedding of her sister, Miss Evelyn Wade, Saturday in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Epperson attended the 25th wedding anniversary of her brother and sister- in-law f Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fender of Moline Sunday. Mr. arid Mrs. Swan Carlson of Galesburg were dinner guests at the home of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cederberg, Thursday. Diane Bodeen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bodeen and Sally Pople, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pople are attending sum- mer school term at Illinois State Normal University, The term began June 18. Mrs. Cathercne Cantell and daughter, Delores, Of Philadelphia, Pa., visited last week with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cantell. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harriman and William Ashley spent t h e weekend in the home of Mrs. Maude Sparks in Pittsfield. Luther Peterson underwent his second eye operation Tuesday at Wolfe Eye Clinic in Evangelical Deaconess Hospital, Marshalltown, Iowa. Surgery on the first eye was performed the previous Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ehler received word of the birth of a grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lundeen of Woodhull Sunday. Mrs. Lundeen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ehler. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Loveridge. Jim and Alta accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert StfMidft and girls of Alpha attended a family dinner at the home of 8. C, him of Galesburg Sunday, hollering Loveridge's sister, Mrs. It H. GHl* lilan and family of Milwaukee, • Wis. Bill Flack, home from university of Illinois, has obtained sum*, mer work at the John Deere in Moline. Susan Black is visiting at the home of William Black in Zelglef. •i 1$ Red Tag Days SAVE — SAVE is the Password during this Red Tog Sole. SAVINGS UP TO 50% HANDBAG SALE A special quantity purchase makes it possible to bring the season's best styles and colors to you at outstanding savings. Plastic calf — patent — grospoint straw — leathers and others. Regular $5.00 value *2.88 Regular $5.98 vaiue '3.88 Regular $7.98 value to, <4.88 FABRIC SPECIALS Woolens Woolens in checks, plains, knits, mohair loops and flannels. 54 and 60 inch widths. $2.98 value group for: Yd. $1.97 $3.98 value group for: Yd. $2.67 $4.98 and $5.98 value , group for: Yd. $3.67 Dacron-Cotton Prints Drip-dri fabrics in 45 inch widths. Wrinkle resistant. A good selection to choose from. Costume Jewelry SPECIALS Spring and summer jewelry. Pins, necklaces, earrings in pastel colors and white. Reg. $1.00 values: Reg. $2.00 values: 59* *l 29 Ladies' BILLFOLD Clutch billfold in madras covering and regular billfold styles in linen-like covering. 77* Regular $1.49 Values. Now: Yd. 87c Assorted Fabrics One group of fine selections in rayons, raw silks, acetates in rayon and silk prints. Hand washable. Regular $1.98 qualities. $ 1.34 Sale Price Yd. Summer Fabrics Regular priced at 98c per yd. 36" wide. Good selections in combed cottons and arnel, drip-dri prints, varieties, cotton satins and wash 'n wear fabrics. Sale Price Yd. 63c MEN'S WEAR At Savings MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS—$2.83 100% cotton with nylon zipper placket. Underarm action movement. Wash 'n wear. Machine washable. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS-$2.88 Our own private brand "Selkirk." Made of high quality, selected fabric designs. Smart styling. 100% cottons. Wash 'n wear. MEN'S SUMMER BELTS .$1.50 "Paris" braided elastic belts with leather covered buckles. "Paris" woven elastic belts with metal buckles. Adjustable construction. TRIMMiNGS 20% OFF Choose from our entire group of trimmings. Consists of braids, laces, fringes and many others in assorted colors and widths. Brev and Duchess Styles BELLE-SHARMEER HOSE Discontinued shades of short and long length hose of our famous Belle Sharmer Brand. All first quality — no seconds. Both seamless and seamed styles available. Reg. $1.35 & $1.50 values Reg. $1.65 & $1.95 values 97 $127 I pr. Used Hoover VACUUM CLEANERS Model 150 Completely reconditioned, new brushes, new belt, practically new bag. A real bargain $ft50 at if Other used cleaners, both upright and cannister type priced from 7 50 ,. $ 24 50 SAVE ON BATH TOWELS Martex Petit-Point Rose print on soft thick white cotton Terry! So exquisitely shaded the print looks like needlepoint. A beauty to bloom in your bath. In your choice of yellow or lilac roses. Sale priced Bath «ize, Reg. $2 $1.69 Hand size, Reg. $1.29 -89e Washcloth, Reg. 50c _39c Calloway's Old Salem White fluffy terry with woven colored, flowered borders. Choice of colors: Antique gold, Willow Larkspur and Hyacinth. Sale priced Bath sue, Reg. $1.49- 47c Hand size, Reg. 89c 67c Washcloth, Reg. 3?* 27c Van Raalte Gloves A fine assortment of discontinued styles and colors in fa- maous Van Raalte gloves. All from our regular stock. Some slightly shopworn. Regular $3.00 values for: $2.18 pr. Regular $2.00 values $1.38 pr. Luxury Notion Specials Regular $3.50 Laundry Bag for: $1.99 Regular $4.00 Cosmetic Cape for: 2.99 Regular $3.00 Snooze Bonnet for: 1.97 Regular $2.50 Curler Bag for: 1.77 Regular $2.00 Curler Bag • for: 1.57 Just Say "Charge It" Circular Neck and Head Scarfs All rayon and lace styles. Mainly black and white — and some colors. Also 36" squares. Reg. $2 .(H) Only: '1 38 Twin Size BEDSPREADS A clearance of several styles of good quality twin spreads. Choice of several fabrics and colors. These spreads have been priced as high as $9.98. Only: s 4.88 ea. TABLE LINENS Easy-to-care-for screen printed 100% Belgian linen. Styled in House and Garden colors. Linens by "Vera" — big apple pattern. Regular price Sale price 52 "x70" size $4.88 $2.88 60"x84" size $5.88 $4.88 Round $6.88 $4.88 Leacock linen cloths — Song Bird pattern. Regular price Sale price 52"x70" size $5.98 $3.88 60"x83" size $7.98 $6.88 FINE TRANSLUCENT IMPORTED CHINA Your choice of five outstanding patterns. Service of eight and twelve previously up to $39.95 for $ 27" $79.95 for $4777 RAYON BRIEFS Women's acetate rayon brief panties by Phil-Maid. Your choice of white and colored stripes. Sizes: 5 to 8. Regular 59c pr. qualities. Sale Price: Per pr. 49« 2 par Main Floor for 95c HOSIERY HAMPERS A close-out of a deluxe hanging hosiery hamper. Quilted plastic with lace trim. Reg. $100 79« Kellogg's For Right Fashions

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