Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 27, 1963
Page:
Page 16
Start Free Trial
Cancel

16 (fcfesburflRegjsfcr»Moif, Gofesburg, I1L Thursdoy, June 27, 1963 OES Honors Bestowed in Yates City VATES CfTV — Past worthy matrons and past wortliy patrons were honored June 20 when Yates City Chapter, Order of the East ern Star, convened in the Masonic Hall. Past officers filling the stations for the evening were Mrs. Eva Chamberlain, worthy matron; Willard Staggs, worthy patron; Mrs. Richard Booth, associate matron; Richard Booth, associate patron; Charles Spccr, secretary; Harold Goff, treasurer; Mrs. John Thurman, Knoxville, conductress; Mrs. Marjorie Benson, associate conductress; Mrs. Lee McMullen, chaplain; Herman Shclton, marshal; Mrs. John Clarke, Knoxville, organist; Mrs. Arthur Rector, Adah; Mrs. Edna Bantz, Ruth; Mrs. Harold Goff, Esther; Mrs THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? YES!/™ OF OMAHA ^IP' Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co. Call me for full information on the variety of plans for people 65 and over, offered by Mutual of Omaha, the company that insures more than 1 million 200 thousand senior citizens. !R. I. THOMAS, MGR. 309 BOND! BLDG. PH. 343-8583 I. M. Tompkins, Martha; Mrs Russell Tate, Electa; Lee McMullen, warder and Mrs. Robert McKeighan, sentinel. I. M. Tompkins, guest color- bearer, presented the flag, escorted by Mrs. Thurman and Mrs. Bcnsor Mrs. Chamberlain led the opening ceremonies. Mrs Bcrwyn McMaster served as soloist. Mrs. Gene Sherman was escorted and introduced as guest of honor for the evening. Mrs. Jessie Skinner was at the guest- book. Present Group Escorted and introduced were two grand lecturers, four grand chapter committee members, one worthy matron, three past wortliy matrons and three past worthy patrons. Mrs. Staggs reported on n recent meeting in Elmwood for the organizing of the Order of Job's Daughters. Talks were made by Mrs. Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. Staggs and Mrs. Sherman. A special skit in verse and song was presented to honor the past officers. Appearing were Mrs. Staggs, Mrs. Harold Dikcman, Mrs. Richard Foster, Mrs. Ralph Fnirburn, Mrs. Warren Thurman, Frederick Foster and Mrs. McMaster, soloist. Slides of the November installation of officers were viewed. Refreshments were served by Mrs. McKeighan, Mrs. Dikeman, Mrs. Fairburn, and Mrs. Tate. Decorating committee was Mrs. Don Lopeman and Mrs. Bernard Thurman. Jury Reprieve PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - Four hundred prospective jurors got a reprieve from duly through the courtesy of Superior Court Judge Laurens L. Henderson. He said he would delay qualifying the new panel from <j a.m. to 2 p.m., giving both jurors and judge time to sec the rodeo parade. Ophiem Unit Of Legion Picks Officers OPHIEM — Mrs. James Peterson of Lynn Center was elected president of the Ophiem American Legion at its meeting June 20 in the Legion Hall. Other officers are Mrs. Chester Gordon, vice president; Mr3. Donald Gould, reelected treasurer; Mrs. George Green, historian; Mrs. Sheldon Larson, Lynn Center, chaplain; and Mrs. Ralph Briggs, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. R. F. Nelson has been appointed secretary. Installation of officers will be held at the August meeting. Members approved a donation of $5 toward expenses for the ball diamond on the church property for children of this community, and $2 to Bill Purdue at Lavvton Cottage in Normal, being sponsored by the Unit. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Larson were named delegate and alternate to the slate convention Aug. 1-4 in Chicago. A 1 " service certificate of recognition has been received from Dr. R. T. Graff, superintendent at the Mantcno State hospital, for donations. Poppy sales totaled more than $16. DeWayne (Tiny) Lund of Cross, S.C., winner of the Daytona 500 last winter, weighs 270 pounds. Cookouts are less work and more fun when you "light up" with Gulf Lite Charcoal Starter. Gulf Lite starts quick . .. burns clean. There's no odor, no soot, no effect on the food taste. Gulf's easy pour spout eliminates drips and splashes ... just squeeze the can and Gulf Lite goes right where you want it. The cap is attached and can't get lost. Buy Gulf Lite, pint or quart, in time for your next cookout. It's available almost anywhere! it £ Good Housekeeping ^ GUiMNKIS t 4540 S Gulf. Lite Gil U mm STARlEi 1 charcoal EXCELLENT FUEL FOR KEROSENE LANTERNS, 5T0VES AND GARDEN TORCHES. AVAILABLE IN PINTS AND QUARTS* KtSfll FULL If mm ! MS IS?* in if- id lllliiflll INTRODUCTORY OFFER- CLIP THIS COUPON! FULL STRENGTH—Sealtest Iced Tea is a rich, deep^ flavored brew. Sealtest uses only the finest tea, leaves, imported from Ceylon, to bring you a glorious, full-bodied tea, lively and satisfying. READY-TO-SERVE—You pour Sealtest feed Tea right from the carton. No water to boil...no messy tea- bag ... no waiting for tea to steep. Sealtest has done- all the work for you! All yjou need are the ice cubes.' Add sugar or lemon to suit your taste. CONSISTENT TOP QUALITY-Sealtest Iced Tea is produced under the rigid Sealtest system of quality control. It is checked and tested from start to finish for uniform quality and flavor. And because Sealtest Iced Tea is quickly pre-chilled at full strength, you get the hearty tea goodness without dilution. ONLY FROM SEALTEST-This deliciously refreshing iced tea is brand-new. And only Sealtest has it! Ready- tO 'drink iced tea—the latest addition to the great Sealtest family of pure, wholesome, top«quality products. Enjoy it today! < &Me asm VKB nix i i turn sot sm. mm iwm i SEALTEST FULL STRENGTH ICED TEA This coupon good for 10$ off the regular price of one half-gallon carton of Sealtest Full Strength Iced Tea. TO THE DEALER: Sealtest Foods will reimburse you for the 10$ allowed a customer, plus 2$ handling allowance, provided that sufficient product to cover all coupons redeemed has been purchased by you. For redemption, see your Sealtest representative. Offer expires Sept. 30, 1963. Cash redemption value 1/20 of 1$. Coupon void if prohibited or restricted by law. SEALTEST FOODS ZJSt ^3 Z£X

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free