Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 17
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REUNION—It was a glorious day for the Irish, or at least in Dunganstown, when the President and his sister, Mrs. Eunice Shriver, had tea in the home of the Ryans, their relatives, this afternoon. Kennedy was flanked by Joise and Mary Ann Ryan, at the-left, his sister Eunice, looking over his shoulder, and a third cousin, Mrs. Mary Ryan at the extreme right. The latter is the mother of the two girls at the left. UNIFAX HEADS ELMWOOD SOCIETY—Mrs. Ruth Dikeman (second from left), who was installed as president of the Elmwood Historical Society at a meeting Wednesday night, receives gavel from Mrs. Nita Crouch, installing officer. Looking on at left is Mrs. Ethel Shane, recording secretary, and at right is Edgar McDonald, vice president. galesburg Register-Mai] GALESBURG, ILL., THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 17 Winola School Hires Teachers VIOLA — Larry L. Davis of Hoopeston will teach at the Winola Community Unit next year. He will teach social studies and physical education and coach football, track and freshman - sophomore basketball. He is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University and served four years in the Marine Corps. Mrs. Donnamae H o c k e r of Alexis will teach home economics in the high school. She has nine years teaching experience, most recently at Beardstown. She attended the University of Illinois and Western Illinois University. Jerry's Superette 497 EAST BERRIEN STREET OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK OPEICJULY 4 Redeem Stokelys Coupons Here IF YOU CAN'T FIND IT ELSEWHERE — TRY JERRY'S, FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY on $3,00 or More Order VACATION TIME JERRY'S CABINS NOW OPIN $35.00 Week — * Milfi North of Oquowko Phono Jerry's Superette 343*9883/ Goleiburg Yates City Boy Badly Burned YATES CITY -'Wayne Broadfield Jr., 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Broadfield on the north countryside, received severe burns about his head and neck, and hands Friday while putting gasoline out of a squirt can on a fire that he and his two small sisters had built. His sister Coleen received slight burns. Mr and Mrs. Broadfield were away from the home working at the time of the accident. Mrs. Harley Broadfield and Mrs. Warren Thurman were summoned to the home by telephone and took them to a physician in Elmwood. The boy later was sent to St. Francis Hospital in Peoria. He is seriously burned. Spring Grove 4-Wers Plan For Barbecue GERLAW — Spring Grove Ag 4-H met at the Farm Bureau Building Tuesday. A guest was Miss Connie Brownlee. Peggy Ault and John Carson led group singing. Main topic was the skit in share- the-fun. A chicken barbecue will be July 11 at the Farm Bureau and an ice cream social is coming up. Camp reports were given oy Gene Ryner, Kathy Roney, and John Carson. Talks were given by Norris Croaks on "Care of Rabbits;" Ernest Croaks, "Steps in Gardening," and Gary McKay, "How to Train Calves to Lead." Recreation was in charge of Peggy Ault. v Mrs. Paul Ryner and Mrs. Delmar McKay were present and served refreshments. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! LVLAC Plans Benefit for Priest's Parish Rev. Luis Mendez A benefit dance in honor of Rev. Luis Mcndez, pastor of St. James Church in Timgambato, Michoacan, Mexico, and a former resident of Galesburg, will be held by die League of United Latin American Citizens, Council No. 324, Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall. All proceeds from the dance will be donated to Fr. Mendez for parish expenses. Music will be furnished by local musicians. Born in Mexico, Fr. Mendez came to Galesburg in 1928 and attended school at St. Joseph's Academy. He returned to Mexico in 1938 and entered a seminary in. 1941, becoming ordained in 1952. He is the brother of Mrs. Gabriel Villarreal, 1057 McClure St., and Sam Mendez of 914 S. Henderson St. Those wishing to contribute donations may contact Lee Ponce, 962 W. Berrien St. Andy Anderson Takes Feature CHICAGO (UPD-Andy Anderson led every step of the way to win the featured mile pace by one length Wednesday at Sportsman's park. The black colt, driven by Robert Williams and an even money favorite, paid $4, $2.80 and $2.60. The improved pacer is owner by Peter Katona, Milan, Mich. WINS GRANT SCHOLARSHIP—Nancy L. Suydam, 1313 Ilnrrisnn St., receives congratulations at n recognition luncheon Wednesday in Custer Inn when she was presented a William T. Grant College Scholarship. At left is George Lundecn, (ialcsburg High School faculty, and at right it S. A. Kick, manager of the W. T. Grant store in Galoshurg. Galesburg Gir Nancy Suydam was honored Wednesday at a luncheon at the Custer Hotel. The occasion was in recognition of a scholarship .she won from the Grant Foundation. Miss Suydam, a sophomore at Parsons College in Fairfield, Iowa, was awarded $1,600 a year. She is majoring in biology at Parsons, I Gains $1,600 Scholarship Natural gas has more than 25,000 known uses as a fuel and raw material for industry. News Briefs Of Cameron CAMERON—Mrs. Pearl Pierce of Galesburg visited her sister, Mrs. Stella Dollinger, the past week. Mrs. Arthur Kirby and Mrs. Edd Youngquist called in the Wayne Conard home Sunday. Mrs. Hulda Case is visiting in the home of her son, Rev. Floyd Case and family. Mrs. Tom Gooding and son Tom Jr. are visiting her parents, Mr. anl Mrs. Frank Fisher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hanson and family of Niles visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Clara Hanson. They held a family picnic at the Keithsburg Park Sunday.' Mr. and Arthur Kirby visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Youngquist Sunday. READ THE WANT ADS1 Treat the Family to a Delicious Salad VINEGARS ADVERTISED IN LIFE Be SPEASiOc... Ask for SPEAS! At Grocers Everywhere OUR 75th YEAR SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. PHONE 343-9040 WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SMALL B-B-Q SPARE RIBS «>43c NEW RED POTATOES 10 «»• 39c MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE .3-1.79 COLUMBIA SLICED BACON 3.... *1.00 FIRM RIPE BANANAS 10c ALL BRANDS CIGARETTES C.rton $ 2.20 SKINIISS WIENERS 3 * '1.29 CELLO PACK TOMATOES pk 15c GIANT SIZE CHEER B « 69c WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS "> 25c Frozen Lemonade 2 for 25c Strawberries 2 39c ALL FLAVORS KOOL-AID 7 fk *> 25c ROYAL PRINCE W.K. CORN 5 c«« 50c MISSION CATSUP 2 29c GREER PEACHES 4 & '1.00 and was a 1%2 graduate of Galesburg High School. Speaker at the luncheon was Mayor Robert Cabcen. Others attending were the girl's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Suydam, 1313 Harrison St.; Dr. Clifton Bell, Visitor From Alaska Greeted By Elmore Kin ELMORE—Mrs. Dwanc Burgess of Spcnard, Alaska, arrived last Wednesday for a visit with her brother, Maurice Bantz, and fami- iy. Mrs. Bernard Camp entered Galesburg Cottage Hospital Monday for X-rays and observation. Miss Josephine Galloway is attending Hurley's School of Beauty in Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bantz and sons and their house guest, Mrs. Dwane Burgess of Spcnard, Alaska, attended a family picnic Sunday at a park in Aurora. Others attending were the Clarence Bantz family of Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bantz of Galesburg and Mrs. Edna Bantz of Yates City. superintendent of schools; Vernon Broadhead. principal of Galesburg High School; George Lundeen and Robert Self, high school faculty members, and S. A. Kick, local manager of the Grant store. The foundation is a personal project of William T. Grant, chairman of the board of the W. T. Grant Co. The foundation has awarded 130 scholarships since the program began six years ago. Miss Suydams was one of 31 winners this year. She has worked for the company in the past and is employed in the local store this summer. The program was administered this year by the Educational Testing Service of Princeton, N. J. • Wedding • Anniversary • New Home • Birthday • Just to Be Nice We Have the Gilt and Card (or You to Give THE GIFT SHOP NIVW 1SV3 6H No. 5 Public Sq. 3426169 Peerless Mkt. ON THE SQUARE TASTY FRE?SH BUTTERNUT COFFEE 21.19 TENDER YELLOW, LARGE SWEET CORN Ear 5* NEW LARGE GREEN APPLES 2». 29* BIG SWEET 27th CANTALOUPE ; 2 - 59* HUNT'S FANCY PEACHES 4 £1.00 NEW PLASTIC SEE THRU JIFFY WRAP °" 2-.. 39' Fancy Green Beans. Peaches. Apricots. Homemade Pies. Potato and Macaroni Salad, Baked Beans. Jewish Rye. Bagels. Limpa Rye. Matzot. FRESH TASTY MEADOW GOLD COTTAGE CHEESE £ 29< FREE DELIVERY 3 TIMES DAILY— ANYWHERE IN THE CITY! CHOICE Fore Quarters of Beef 37 c 100-LB. AVG. CUT & WRAPPED LB. - • YORKSHIRE SLICED LEAN & FRESH BACON Lb. 49' LARGE PORK CHOPS, BOILING BEEF OQM BABY BEEF LIVER, PORK SAUSAGE Lb. ALL SIZES LEAN FULLY COOKED CANNED HAWS »- '2.49 FRESH FRYERS — STEWERS — RABBITS OPEN All DAY JULY 3rd-CLO$EO JUIY 4th t

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