Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 31
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 31

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
Page 31
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Maquon Area News Items MAQUON — Miss Arm Collins of Moline recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tompkins of Parmington and Mrs. Gertrude Pabst of Middlegrove and he. grandchildren, Andy Campbell, near Chicago and Connie and Allen Page, Peoria, were Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert 'Doubet. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spilman and children of Comptpn, were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spilman. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swearingen took their son, Alan to Macomb, where he is attending the summer session at Western Illinois University. Me had spent since Friday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gooding and son John of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. T. F. Gooding, They called on Tom Gooding at St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg Sunday. They also visited Mrs. Gooding's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cecil. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doubet, Barbara and Robin, and Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Doubet, Cathy, Mike and Lori, were guests at a family dinner Sunday at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Doubet at Yates City. Mr. and Mrs. George Cowman of Galesburg called on Mrs. Susie Simkins Sunday. Greet Chicagoans Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Davies and son Brittor of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ouderkirk. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bybee visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Foose at Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peyton of Homewood called on Mrs. Carolyn Austin at St. Mary's Hospital in Galesburg Saturday. They also visited Mrs. Susie Simkins Saturday. Mrs. Austin is slowly improving from injuries she received May 13 in a car accident. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mathews, Mrs. Lois Johnson, Dale Dredtft and Mr. and Mrs. ftiikel Suit** were among the weekend caller* at the Graham Hospital In Canton, to see J. S. White. White had stnv gery Thursday and Monday. PREVIEW—Susie, champantee from Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, does some bouncing on a rocking horse during (he opening of one of the district's sum* mer playgrounds. Seaton Church Women to Meet SEATON — The Women's Association of the Seaton Presbyterian Church will meet July 5 at 2 p.m. at the Seaton Church. The summer offering will be received at this meeting. There will also be a report from the nominating committee and the annual election of officers at the meeting. The Ruth Circle will be hostess for the meeting. Mrs. Shahla Anand, a native of Northern India will address the meeting. Mrs. Anand's husband is a missionary in India. Guests will be Seaton, Norwood, Sunbeam and Burgess Churches. Seaton News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee Cree of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Lola Jenkinson of Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson of Little York, Miss Laurie Walters of Kirkwood were Sunday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hay. Mrs. Arminta McKelvey, Mrs. Inez Vance, of Seaton, Miss Rose Marie Bentley of Aledo and Mrs. Genevieve Welch of Monmouth arrived home Saturday from a 2-week trip through Arkansas, Texas and Mexico. Former Alpha Residents Are Honored ALPHA — Approximately 125 persons attended the golden wedding anniversary open house Sunday afternoon honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Kirk of Lakeland, Fla. who are former Alpha and Galesburg residents. The event was at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Anderson, southeast of Woodhull. The yellow and white color scheme was carried out and the serving table was centered with a large decorated cake and tall tapers. Mrs. Piatt Holderman, Mrs. Lester Denniston and Mrs. Howard Staggs of Galesburg were given honors. Others assisting were Mrs. Howard Sornberger of Oneida, Mrs. Preston Wettaw of New Windsor, Mrs. Earl Anderson of Ophiem, Mrs. Martin C. Anderson of New Windsor, Mrs. Roland Frenell, Mrs. ' Carl Thulin and Mrs. Stella Carlson of Alpha. Miss Janice Anderson of Oph-' iem and Miss Carolyn Hartley of Monmouth had the guest book. The couple received a telephone call from Mr. Kirk's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Ohler and daughter of Northridge, Calif. Elliott Stackhouse of Galesburg read poems in keeping with the golden anniversary. Those attending came from Janesville, Wis., Clear Lake, Iowa and the Kirks' son, Robert Kirk and wife of Coral Gables, Fla. who also assisted Mr. and Mrs. Anderson in giving the affair. Others present were from Hanover, Lomax, Galesburg, Alexis, New Windsor, Woodhull, Andover, Cameron, Ophiem, Monmouth, Altona, Fox River Grove and Alpha. An acre of Antarctic water is said to contain more animal and plant life than any other acre of water (or land) on earth. READ THE WAN'I ADS' Nevada Cities Grow RENO (AP) - "The Biggest Little City in the World" is getting bigger, regional planners say. They now estimate Reno's population at 63,900 compared with 51,470 in the 1960 census. Las Vegas planning officials say their city has grown to an esti mated 93,337 compared with the official 1960 figure of 64,405. SENTIMENTAL MELOPV-AJtbougb nothing like our version, this Juke bo* in « H»ieo**e, West Germany, restaurant represents typical Berlin sentimentality. It's In a porcelain stove. m 'T= W 'lOUfH MMINARY fttRIIT NO. 2 — OftAND AVINUI AT MICHIGAN OPIN SUNDAYS — t to 1, 4 H 7 P.M. Wl RISlftVt THI RIOHT TO LIMIT QUANTITI1S. PRICII BPFlCTlVI WfDNISDAY* JUNI 2* THROUGH SUNDAY, JUNI JO. Golesburo ReoistcrMoil, Golgsburo. III. Wednesday. June 26,1963 33 ONTH BIG Cash Savings THOMAS J. WEBB ^ 18 BUTTER-NUT BLEND COFFEE CAN WITH $3.00 ORDIR FOR HOT DOGS OR HAMBURGERS TIC TIC RELISH - 19 REGULAR OR SMOKET I8V2 -OZ. Bottle Open Pit BAR-B-Q SAUCE Z9° 2^ RAGGEDY ANN HAMBURGER SLICED DILL PICKLES «u « UA* T MR U. S. GOVT INSPECTED WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS Skinless 49c lb. Wieners 3 b >1.35 Sliced Spiced Luncheon Meal or Big Bologna 1 " 49c Kraft's Lonahorn Cheese 49c Freshly Ground 49c lb. Hamburger , b3 , $ 1 25 Mulberry Sliced Bacon . 2 pj< b g. 55c Chuck Steakib39c Lean Beef Short Steak *. 79c Round Bono Swiss Steak ib. 59c Center Cut Beef Roast.» 49c Home Mado Potato Salad,b39c FOR YOUR BAR-B-Q PORK SPARE RIBS LB. GRILL TIME CHARCOAL 20-99 CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID FREE $ 100 LEMONADE 6-or. Can 3 * 29c Hi-Lo PRIZES Must be 18 years or older. Every Week, Nothing to Buy, Just Register $50.00 U. S. SAVIN6S BOND $25.00 II. S. SAVINGS BOND FIVE $5.00 CASH PRIZES Drawing every Monday morning — Winners names will be in weekend ad and posted in stores. SNIDERS ZESTY CATSUP QteCon 29C HI-LO Prize Winners For. Week. Ending June 23rd $50.00 BONDMRS: RAYMOND L. COLE 467 Day St. $25.00 BOND- MABEL HANSEN 780 E. 1st St. $5.00 CASH- MRS. WILLARD SHELDON R. R. No. 3 MRS. ROBT. MARQUITH 313 Bailey, East Galesburg JOHN ROULAND 1525 Clay St. SOPHIE BRYAN 665 Franklin MRS. LUCILLE MOULTON 1839 Clay Drive Raggedy Ann Applesauce Bartlert PEARS BIG 35-or. Jar CERTIFIED RED LABEL Whole Kernel or Cream Style CORN TOMATOES Tip Top LIMA BEANS No. 303 Cans HUNT'S sas,- PEACHES BigNo.2'/i c " Z9c BROADCAST CORN BEEF HASH FLAVORKIST FUDGE JUMBO NO BAR COOKIES &' b 49c OLEO 7 -1.00 SWEET CORN SUNKIST FULL EAR EARS FOR ORANGES DOZ. PLAIN OR IODIZED SALT 8T IQc HILLS BROS. COFFEE 2 & '119 BALLARD or PILLSBURY BISCUITS 3 c °" $ 29c CLOROX BLEACH V? 6«»o" 35c

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