^8 Galesburg Refli.$ter*Mqi.l, Goleshura, III. Wednesday, June 26, 1963 TENDER CARE !! A PLEA FOR PETS—This charming poster has earned $50 for its artist, Susan Brcy, a senior at William Allen High School in Allentown, Pa. It was chosen top winner in the 49th annual "Animals in Art" poster contest sponsored by the American Humane Association. The yearly international competition is open to all first through 12th grade pupils and is designed to promote interest in the care and protection of animals. Bloodmobile Supported in Williamsfield WILLIAMSFIELD — Newly dec- crated Legion Hall in Williamsfield was the scene of the bloodmobile visit Wednesday. Williamsfield was credited with 40 pints of blood contributed. Edmond Anderson became a member of the 3-gallon club, while Mrs. Betilah Tucker became a 2 gallon club member. Dr. J. B. Bronny was on duty during the bloodmobile operation Mrs. J. B. Bronny served as chair man. Others assisting were: Mrs. Roland Tucker, Mrs. Wiley Reed, Mrs. Willis Doubet, Miss Mary Bronny and Mrs. William Cole, of Williamsfield; Mrs. Walter Moore and Mrs. Max Gale, of Dahinda; Mrs. Richard Johnson and Mrs. Harold Bindel, of Gilson. • Cookies were donated by Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mrs. Bert Welch. Miss Bonnie Welch, Miss Sharon Johnson and Miss Janie Baird as- listed Mrs. Bronny in cleaning up Styled to Slim PRINTED PATTERN DeLong Woman Returns From Wisconsin Trip DeLONG — Mrs. Harley Steele has returned home from a visit in Madison, Wis., with her son, Dana Higgins, and family. She attended the high school graduation of her granddaughter, Anne, who was one of 412 graduates. Another of the class was Brigitte Scholz, an exchange student from Germany, who has lived the school year with the Higgins family as their daughter. Hostess to Club Mrs. Floyd Skinner was hostess at a breakfast Wednesday for the members of the KYN Club. Prizes were won by Mrs. Rex Davies and Mrs. Arthur Howcrter. Those present were Mrs. John Rose, Mrs. Sidney Smith, Mrs. Floyd Thomas, Mrs. Leila Bouncy, Mrs. Dale Olson, Miss Joyce Grimes, Miss Mary Olson, Miss Vicki Howerter, Mrs. Rex Davies and Mrs. Arthur Howerter. NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to New York. Watch addrour below. Orderi will NOT be ac- ceplod at Calosburg newspaper office. A fin red skirt is fine for half sizes when it's shaped as softly as this! Note too, how line flows from nock to hem for most slimming effect. Printed Pattern 45R3: Half Sizes 14Vi. lfi',2, lB 'ji, aO '.s. 22«.£. 24Vi. Size 16',a requires S-Ib yards 35-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams care of Galesburg Register- Mail, 411, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out I 304 design ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern—any one you choosr in new Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer • IK) k, NEA. Ik. TJJ. «»8. U i. for OH. _ # 'W»'v* only g<?ne two tnilesl" ARMOUR All CENTER CUTS iBlfflL lH CHDCI ARMOUR STAR DHICItUS ARMOUR STAR. -TENDER LEAN ^fot-ARMvBOHiWCHUCK ROUT « 49 * OSCAR MA YER SANDWICH FAVORITE jia , BtAUKSCflWEim^iUm fM OSCAR MAYER Mgk WIENERS 49 THE BACON YOUfi. BUTCHER TAKES HOM£ ARMOURSTAR BACON CASCADE INN QUALITY CONTROLLED SLICED BOLOGNA I IB. I LB. no. MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU JUNE 30 59* FROZEN BANQUET 'BEEF-CHICKEN'TURKEY / mgkA MEAT PIES S Z W LEMONADE >3IT FR.0IEN WESTPAC •CUT CORN • PEAS FRENCH 6ATEW00D SALADS VAN CAMP PORK i6€ANS ORANGE • GRAPE OR PUNCH RINGO IAR.GE • • , • BAG •COLE SlAV* •WALDOR.P „„„, •POTATO 'YflOR 14 OZ. •FRUIT • • • CHOICE'• • I0W1. BENNER. HAMBURGER BUNS jn/IIH THE PURCHASE OF 100 CT. BOX BO NO WARE WHITE. PAPER. 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Wednesday, June 26,1963 29 All PRICES EXCEPT MEAT GOOD THRU JULY 4 mner^ WITH COUPONS 6EL0W AND PURCHASE OF S Void, P FRUIT COCKTAIL FRUIT COCKTAIL F&P FRUIT COCKTAIL PRICE Good Through June 30th Only. PJUDE Of SPAIN JRA± OLIVES249' SALTED PEANUTS IN THE SHELL ftY EV0N SAVE I0K , I LB. BAG CHEF BOY AR DEE PI,1A 39| mix.-. . .asf-49^' EUDlON6c Us c w o^SLICES...te29i BRACHORANGE SLICES.... \z 29c HhC».?fc B ?OWHR..3«Tli)0 SALAD DRESSING—..^39t MAXWELL HOUSE™C0FFEE..^99f WE WILL BE JIFFY ^ CAKE MIXES )WMIE^FROSTIN& OPEtl JULY 4 ^ A.M. J P.M. MEADOW GOLD ORANGE-GRAPE and LEMONADE DRINKS Vi GqI. SAMPLES FRI. & SAT. HEW POTATOES • • • • LB. BAG 59 CALIFORNIA'S FINEST RED CARDINAL GRAPES WnaiHE r|ULCH4$E »F each f t * • • • • • • • • lb. 33* u NEW WHITE0R lA0 YELLOW ONIONS FaOUN STRAW ft E R *tl ^ • ARRI VAl ApPROK »MATI ^*JyNin, MEG IN PENSIVE MOOD—Britain's usually smiling Princesi Margaret is captured in a more serious, mature mood during a visit to the Air Force Station at ColUshall, in Norfolk. TS. Henderson Club Flower Show Fixed NORTH HENDERSON—Floral Exchange Club will have its meeting at Floral Hall Friday afternoon. This meeting will be a flower show. Members were asked to take flowers. Mrs. Guy Dye at Rio will judge the flowers. Hostesses will be Mrs. Clarence Koons, Mi-s. George Edgar and Mrs. Bess Newcomer. Briefs Bert Nelson and George Edgar attended the Woodhull Lions Club meeting June 17. Nelson, zone chairman, installed the officers. Nelson and Harry Johnson attended the Keithsburg Lions Club meeting June 18. North Henderson Lions Club is helping the club to organize. Mr. and Mrs. Lcland' Lair and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Lair were recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lair. Miss Sharon Loquist of Moline spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loquist. Mrs. William Hart spent Friday in Macomb. She stopped at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Campagna at Monmouth, on her way home. Her granddaughter Paula came home with her for the weekend. Mrs. Campagna came Saturday and also visited the weekend here with her parents while her husband Tony Campagna had a weekend meeting at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews and daughters of Fox Home, Minn., called at the home of Mrs. Frank Brunei' Thursday. Braulio Baeza was the leading New York rider in percentage figures when he won the. Kentucky Derby with Chateaugay. At the Big A he had riden 28 winners in 90 efforts this spring. Fitting Perfection 1307 WITH THE NEW PHOTO-GUIDE This andsome afternoon frock Is a special design far the woman who wears half sizes. It fits perfectly, with almost no alterations. No. 1307 with Photo-Guide is in sizes 12 Va. 14 Vi. 16'/a, 18Va. 20'/a, 22'/a, 24Vi. 26Vi Bust 33 to 37. Siz. 14Vi. 35 bust, 3\\ yards of 35- or 39- inch To order send 50 cents In coins for each pattern to Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mail. 310 W. VanBuren St.. Chicago 7, 111. Add 10 cents for lst-class mailing. Print name, address with zone, style number and size. Families Hold Reunion in Park The Lindstrom-Carlson reunion was held at Lake Storey Sunday with 64 members attending. Officers elected at the event were Mrs. Max Jones, 337 S. Cherry St., president, and Edwin Olson of North Henderson, secretary-treasurer. The next reunion will be held at Lake Storey June 28, 1964. TIZZY By Kate Osann "He just looked at me and $aid, 'Are you lost, Little Girl?* "
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