Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 9
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nnvr winDBUW "Mr« lira Nfli jonn n* fHHmvun nv CTHnrnm of the food committee fof tits food concession maintained by Calvary Lutheran Church at the Now Windsor Pair, Rodeo and Morse Show Aug. 1446. New members of the commit' tee are Mr. and Mri. Frances Ryan and Mrs. and Mrs. Dean Nelson, The group held their first meeting Juno 25, at the Anderson home where the menus for the three days of serving were dis- IT TAKES 3 TO GET MARRIED the brief* the groom DOYLES GIFT "SHOP Be sure to sea our complete selection of china and crystal. . . register In our "Bridal Book". MAIN ST. eossed "and, another mating planned for July 1. gown Eaft tU New Windsor Girl Scout troop 417 realized m from the food sale June 22. ft was planned that this amount be used to purchase camping equipment for the troop. The scouts Joined In a hike about town Wednesday. Treats wire served by Jody Greek and Lena Shull. Conducts Lesson Mrs. Carl F\ Johnson conducted the lesson on "Social Dynamite" and Mrs, Howard Yerkey the Bible study on "A People Calls Out," at the meeting of the Faith Guild of the United Presbyterian church. Mrs. Francis Petrie was hostess at her home. Mrs. Carl Johnson will be hostess at the July 24 meeting of the Guild. Breaks Collarbone old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson of Denver, Colo., fell two steps and fractured his right collarbone June 24. He was treated for his injury at the office of an Alpha physician. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson and son are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. me come in and hove a coke on us ... Friday and Saturday, July 5-6, on ut. •. wherever you pause and refresh with a coke, you look better in an Arrow Decton Coca-Cola keeps you cool and refreshed inside . . . Arrow Decton keeps you cool and refreshed outside Take the simmer out of summer! Keep the heat out, let the breeze in with summer's coolest; shirts—Arrow Decton ... a sheer batiste weave of carefree 65% Dacron® polyester, 35% cotton . , , weighs practically nothing yet out wears any ordinary shirt. Easy to wash. Needs little or no iron-, ingl Stays fresh and wrinkle free. 5 W. Anderson at whose home the injury occurred. You'll enjoy airy cool Decton shirts . . . spread, button-down and snap-tab collars In white, ivory, pewter and blue. HVa-17. Men's Furfiknings—Street Floor Eleven members of Phtlle Club of New Windier were entertained at a nammvger ny time w, m the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oroeper at Dunlap. Dickie Wildermuth, who was a guest was honored in observance of his ioth birthday anniversary, an event of June 39. Mrs. Lyle Anderson had prepared the an* Set Hancock Teacher Meet DALLAS CITY - The Hancock County Retired Teachers Association will meet in Carthage at noon, July 8, at the JC park for njversary cake for the occasion. Bunco was played and game awards were received by Mrs. Carl Larson, Mrs. Dale Tornquist and Mrs. Earl Rosene. a potluck dinner and meeting. The Dallas City Business Association will hold a potluck supper and meeting Tuesday at 8:3D p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Poulter. Airman l.C. Richard Black of the Air Force and Mrs. Black are home on a 2-week furlough from Medway, Ohio. Becky Anne Lillard spent a week at the Lamoine Christian Camp at Tennnesse. She attended with her cousins, Carol and (jqlesbu^^ Monday, July 4 Pat Lillard of Slronghurst. Mrs. Prank Olson has returned home from an extended visit with relatives in Carthage and Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Greenbelt, Md. Return Prom Rome, Oa. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Smith and son Danny ,have returned home from Rome, Ga., where Smith completed a 6-month assignment as an inspector for Colonial Pipe Line Co. Lines were laid from Atlanta, Ga., to Chattanooga, Tenn. Smith will return to his regular work with Service Pipe Line Co. at Niota after a 4-week vacation. Mrs. Fred.King of York, Pa., is visiting in the home of her brother-in-law, Douglas King and Mrs. King. She accompanied her son Edward and family, also of York, this far as they were en route to visit relatives in the West. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY GIRLS' SWIMSUITS Trim-fitting basic tank suit in quick- drying acetate, cotton, nylon, rayon and rubber! We've designed it in fashion-y red, royal, black, turquoise, pink, orange or maize, and sparked it with white trim and pert buttons! 2 44 3 44 sizes 4 to 16 SWIMSUIT BUYS! MEN'S SWIMSUITS Smart boxer trunks in famous Galey & Lord combed cotton plaids! Colorful, goodlooking . . a whale of a buy! Choose wanted deeptone colors! Others 98 2 98 ,. 3 sizes S-M-L-XL BOYS' SWIMSUITS Popular pocketed boxer models come in famous Galey & Lord plaids! At this low price, you'll want several! 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