Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 19
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1 W$$ 3L ll 2;. Ma * 8,i om I M » Wimte tontetm eft their wives, Mf, *nd Mrs. ttegte ^g^gfe^^i^*^ ^ I gtoailiiWW viilted thl* week in | cm* nd Mr. and : lift Art .cook fcturtny; Mf, and I the home of htr brother* aftd Alexis Area News Notes WMMlU , Mf. and Mri. Frank Mfi. tettie VaftArsdak underwent surgery toil Hospital.- Mrs. Mel Krohn Mri, Lillian total ill 4 \ '\ i Mrs. Theodore Mcferry and Betsy Mcknight are in Chicago attending Grand Assembly Order of Rainbow Girls. Mrs. Everett Reynolds and KI visitlng'the past two weeks In the | Mrs. Prances Baker, Carol and 'Roger left Wednesday by train ton to Bricker. . NOTRE DAME, Ind, (AP) — • . M . . . , 4ft, Rdm Vernoy and I The main obstacle to tax «•««*•* I <*f ^tto. N. D.. who had been for private, as well as *».. schools "is net the public law home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Bricker and diugfc but public unwillingness," says w n rwha* ~ J «- »«-- l — , mt Wednwday visi- Df. 0«6fge N. Shuster, assistant w< D ' aearM "' Mri. Li«zie to the president of Notre Dame. tl "Some day there may be a dif- Rock Island, and other relatives, ferent story to tell, but right now left for their home Tuesday .nobody can say when that day companiad Mr, and Mrs. Dale Lau* Mrs. Art Krohn Edna Mr and family of Galesburg spent Iowa tot a 2-week vacation in California and Arizona. They will visit their aunt in Riverside, Calif., and sister, Mrs. Elwood Minteer and family in Tucson, Ariz. Willie kopatich of Des Moines, and Repp home THE Sunday in the home of Mrs. Len na Schroeder. spent Wednesday Thursday with John K. Elders and family. Women's and Girls' Flats and Canvas Footwea r Buate>r Brown and Robin Hoed REGULARLY TO 7.99 Women's and Girls' Dress and Sport Flats and Casuals Glamour Debs and Robinetto REGULARLY TO 8.99 Buster Brown, Simplex and Robin Hood for Children REGULARLY TO 10.95 Air Step, Red Cross Paradise Kitten Smartaire REGULARLY TO 15.95 e Tweedie, Red Cross, Air Step, Life Stride for Women REGULARLY TO 18.95 m Roblee, Crosby Square for Men Dress and Sport REGULARLY TO 19.99 r Reg. to All Women's Dickerson 22.95 Men's Nunn Bush — — 24.95 All Wos. Spring & Summer Smartaire 10.99 Spr,ing & Summer Tweedie — 18.95 Large Group Roblie Pedwin 14.99 Men's Crosby Square Roblie Pedwin. 16.99 Men's Canvas Casuals, Tie or Slipon 5.99 All Wos. White & Bone Handbags.- 3.99 Women's Nylon Stockings — - 1.00 Men's Socks — 100 NOW 20% off __.16.80 ... 7.97 ...12.97 ... 7.97 ... 9.97 ... 3.97 ... 1.97 3 pr. 2.00 3 pr. 2.00 BEST SELECTION... MOST SIZES... LOW PRICES CHARGES.., EXCHANGES... REFUNDS STARTS TOMORROW AT A.M. Golesbura Register-Mail, Goiesbur Monde C r ' Picture*Preity A softly tied collar is the focal point of this striking date or daytime dress that's boUnd to delight every junior. ,, , M No. 1397 with Photo-Guide is in sizes 9, ll t 12. 13, 14, 16, 18. Bust SOVa to 38. Size 11, 31% bust, sleeveless, 4>/a yards of 35-inch. To order send 50 cents in coins for each pattern to. Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 319 W. VanBuren St., Chicago 7, ni. Add 10 cents for lst-class •mailing. Print name, address with zone, style number end size. Little York f Club Slates FFA Fair LITTLE The Little! York Boosters Club is sponsoring its second 4-H and FFA Fair July 19 and 20. Features of the affair are a parade, nightly programs, livestock show and a carnival midway. Meals and lunches will be served by the Fall Creek Methodist Church each day. Committees have been named as follows: Executive, Fred Welch and Dr. Rodney Hall; finance, Ray Whiteman; carnival, Joe Watson; electricity, S. E. Jensen; traffic, William Biddle Jr.; livestock, Ross Hanna. Friday night entertainment, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waugh; Saturday night entertainment, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Campbell; dance Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Galusha; dance Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Blansett; tickets, Mrs. Joe Watson; publicity, S. C. Jensen; concessions, Wilbur, Rick- games Stanley Rapp Mrs. D. Holland Elected by Credit Women Election of officers and yearly examinations were conducted during the meeting of the Galesburg Credit Women's Breakfast Club Thursday evening in* the Elks Club dining room. Elected for the coming year were Mrs. Dorothy Holland, president; Miss Sharon Mallender, first vice president; Mrs. Jo Husted, second vice president; Mrs, Bernice Gustafson, secretary and Mrs, Marjorie Smith, treasurer. It was decided to have picnics during July and August instead of the regular meeting. Members will be contacted later as to the time and place. The evening's prizes were won by Mrs. Gustafson, Mrs. Janet Oldham, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Jean Gummerson and Mrs. Grace Lopeman, The committee for the evening consisted of Miss Mallender, chairman, assisted by Mrs, Louise Streedain, Mrs. Evelyn Johnson and Mrs. Dorothy Wilkinson. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS I *» THERE'S NOTHING LIKE SOFT WATER • For Laundry • For Bath • For Kitchen r With an WATER 'SOFTENER Galesburg Soft Water Co. Phon« 343-9068 17$ N. Cherry Galesburg, III 1BC2 O.T? > •a A Air Conditioners 8,500 BTU "Comfort Guard" also eliminates expensive service calls due to "icing up." Air conditioner not only cools the air, but dehumidifies and filters as well. Exhausts stale air and odors, too. Cools an area up to 750 sq. ft. See it. MONEY DOWN 11,000 BTU No payments 'til Sept., 1963 t - 1 fulcra ™ 1 Famify-Sfze r - j 1 - - - f Refrigerator - Freezer S%5 Also has: Big "zero- degree" freezer. Refrigerator section that never needs defrosting. Butter keeper. 12.3 cu. ft. of refrigerator space. Model EKT-l 2F •COME IN AND SEE IT TODAY. 19.3 cu it evara not iust refrigerator NEW RCA WHIRLPOOL FREEZER Separate fast-frtexe comportment all winter • 15cu,-ft. No Money Down! No payments til Sept.! 9 At Raritan

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