Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 29, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 29, 1963
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S Gdlesburo Registir«MaiL Golcsburq, III, Soturdov, June 29. 1963 9 p .m. Galesburg Downtown Stores Open 12 Noon Til 9 PJW. Mondays Women's Colored or White Tennis Shoes All sixes. $ 2.49 Children's Cushioned OXFORDS, oil sizes $ 1.99 KNOWN BRANDS COST NO MORF 244 E. MAIN GALESBURG SHOE SALE SAVE $ 1 to $ 7 A PAIR ON NATIONALLY FAMOUS LADIES' SHOES. COMPLETE FISHING OUTFIT • 5 foot Glass Rod with Steel Handle • Level Wind Reel • 50 Yards Braided Nylon Line • Hooks • Sinker • Bobber COMPLETE LEO L STEIN LUGGAGE — SPORTING GOODS 343-45 East Main St. JEWELRY Short Sleeves Sport Shirts Assorted colors in checks, plains and prints. Quality cotton in sizes S, M, L, XL. GOLF BALLS Long flight special tough vulcanized ftp core, extra durable Each x3C \A/II X SPOT WEED KILLER OQm TT •!• I Ready le use. Reg. 91c, Now JLwQ TV TRAYS & 96c 5-Pc. Comb Set 7e FIRST FOR VALUE SAVE! Over 200 to choos* from Dress Sale Regularly <t to $35 * 10 (2 for $19) Regularly t*J JP- to $35.00—| p (2 for $28) Dresses, Reg. $10.99-$15, Now $6.88 & $8.88 Right now, in time for Summer and early Fall, Flecks have reduced the price on hundreds of fashion dresses — ail occasion styles in Junior, Regular and Half Sizes. O.Ts Sizes 3-6x $-100 Sizes 7-14 TERRY BEACH COATS White with Bright Color Trims. Pockets Teen Dresses HALF PRICE One Special Rack of Teen and Young Junior Dresses Sixes 6 to 14 MONDAY SPECIAL Open at 12 Noon House of Fashions 3 Piece Pa jama Set Boxer Pajamas with coat in 3 colors. Floral patterns in batiste cotton. Sizes Petite, Small, Medium, Large. Reg. $6.00 STREET FLOOR SUMMER AND SPRING DRESSES an COMPLETE SIZE RANGE Terry Cloth C Beach Robes Regular $4.50 L. B. Bell Co. 444 last Main Street Shiretex and Cokesbury SPORTSWEAR REDUCED Slacks - Shorts - Bermudas - Jomaicas MONDAY ONLY Save 20 Per Cent Open at 12 Noon Kellogg's House of Fashion FIRST FOR VALUE Sportswear Reduced During Our Summer Sole • Skirts • Slocks • Shorts O Knee Coppers • Blouses Maternities REDUCED AT LEAST 20 % Others Reduced 30% to 50% Jaooby on Bridge Blank Suit Complicates By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. You should never use Black* wood when you are void In i suit. But what do you do when y6ur partner uses Blackwood and you are void somewhere 1 ? The approved procedure Is to jump right to six in the suit that shows the exact number of aces you hold unless you are afraid that your void suit is one in which your partner is strong, fn that case you merely show how many aces you hold. North's jump to six hearts showed two aces and a void suit. South assumed that the void suit would be clubs. It did not seem likely that it would be diamonds and obviously it wasn't spades. A conservative South would probably have settled for the small slam on the theory that if East held the club ace there would be no real play for seven, but this particular South was an optimist. He believed that aces were always where they should be in this best of all worlds so South went right seven hearts. He did not like it when the king of diamonds was opened, but everything worked out nicely. South took dummy's ace of dia monds, ruffed a diamond high, led a heart to dummy's eight, ruffed another diamond high, led the king of clubs just to see if the ace would cover and ruffed with the deuce of trumps after West played low, ruffed dummy's last diamond high, led his last trump overtaking in dummy, cashed dummy's last trump and paused while East considered a discard At this point East was in squeeze. He was down to six cards and had to jettison a spade in order to hang on to the ace of clubs. This made all dummy's spades good and gave South his 1 AXJff emit AMI •litis g 10114* 4KQJ1I4 14 ft« IV. 4f> Pus 4M .T.. S* Pass ?«• Pass Pass Opening lead —e .K slam. News Briefs Of Gerlaw GERLAW - Mr. and Mrs, Thatcher Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watson and family held a picnic at Monmouth Park re cently. Mr. and Mrs. James Haynes and family of Bushnell were also recent guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kane, Vickie and Terri Beth, of Bettendorf, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ryner. Mr. and Mrs. NeU Carson re turned home Tuesday from their honeymoon at Estes Park, Colo. Visitors recently with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hart were Mr. and Mrs Charles Hart of Dalgren, Va. Miss Martha Hart of Rockford joined her brother here for a visit and then flew her own plane on to Dallas, Tex., and Monterey, Calif. Boosts Drive Mrs. Dick Hart invited her neighbors in for a coffee Tuesday. She had the unique idea for the affair, as she was to solicit these ladies for the multiple sclerosis drive. Guests were Mrs. Kathryn Jensen, Ronnie, Greg and Susan, Mrs. Marjorie Larson, Mrs. Dorothy Medhurst, Julie and Steve, Mrs. Christinia Jensen and Mrs. Dorothy McCrery and Doug. Mr. and Mrs. McKay and family were supper guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKay of Andalusia. Mr. and Mrs. John Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Don Braseiton and family motored to Gilson recently to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Blair. Their daughter, Mrs. John Welty, was also a guest in their home. She is from Minneapolis, Minn. Thursday dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Terpening were Mr. and Mrs, Simeon Esters and family of Gladstone and Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah and girls of Fall Creek. The Robert Roney family recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Roney at Little York. Gather at Park Ladies Aid of the Gerlaw Christran Church met Thursday at Monmouth Park for a breakfast. Mrs. Mildred Ryner and Mrs, Edith Niles were hostesses. Mrs. Beth Boostrom had charge of devotions. The association is Californium Greeted at Williamsfield WILLIAMSFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Clark of Los Angeles, Calif., former Williamsfield residents, have been visiting local friends and relatives, house guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Chamberlain. Relatives and friends calling the past week on Mrs. Elta Welsh of Williamsfield, a patient in Elm Haven Hospital, Elmwood, include Miss Zella Winchester from Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. Mary Nightingale and Edwin Stewart, Prince* ville; Mrs. Louise Welsh, Galesburg; Mrs. Charles Melton and Linda, Mrs. Sharon Vancil and infant daughter Laurie Ann, Maquon; E. J. Winchester and Mrs. Ralph Chamberlain, Laura, and Mrs. Anna Powers, Mrs. Amy Wilkine, Mrs. Geneva Kell and Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Williamsfield. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mohn of Peoria, en route through Alaska via the Alcan Highway, stopped in Williamsfield with trailer and camping equipment Tuesday to bid farewell to the Wallace Rices before starting on their long journey. They plan to return m September. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hess, accompanied by Miss Pam Sieg, have gone for a 2-week visit with Hess relatives in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Kenneth Feltham and son John of Patrick Air Base, Fla., who are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Mackie, were luncheon guests Thursday of Mrs. William Biederbeck and sons in Peoria. Other guests were Mrs. Robert Long, Lisa and Lori, also of Peoria. Mrs. Bertha Cole, who had been visiting local relatives the past month, has returned to her home in Decatur, her daughter, Mrs. Una Shults, coming for her. 79th Birthday Is Recorded At Woodhull WOODHULL - Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rehn of Evanston arrived June 21 for a visit in the Arthur Rehn home. On Sunday the 79th birthday anniversary of Arthur Rehn was noted at a dinner. The Robert Blaine and Mrs. Sylvia Allison families were also guests. The honoree received two birthday cakes. The Wesley Rehns returned to Evanston Monday morning. Mrs. Hilda Peterson of Ophiem also spent Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rehn. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sipes and Lois and Jimmy attended the graduation exercises at the Coyne Electronic school in Chicago, Friday, Their son Robert. Sipes was a member of the class. Miss Rebekah Whitman of Galva also attended. working for new carpet for the church and a new project is to get "olding tables. The Til-County men's supper was held at the Gerlaw church Wednesday with 47 men present, Tommy Watson of Little York spent two days with his grand* parents, Mr, and Mrs. Thatcher Haynes. Miss Lynn Hart and Jim Speed of Washington, Iowa, spent a weekend with her parents, the Dick Harts, INDIVIDUAL and FAMILY HOSPITALIZATION The BIG Different* ^-^ooit ^^^r ^^^^^ emblem when buvins irufliranfti INSURANCE Ages 1 meat* It 71 years Leo A, Cronin a

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