Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 22
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
Page 22
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kSJ2 QaflltorafeQlsteNMail Golesbum. ill, Monday. July 1, 1963 fill , if 1 " ' „ T-r---" !r"<" ROVA High School Band Marches In Wataga Homecoming Parade. THIS LITTLE PIG, caged in the center of the photo, supposedly went to market, according to Dean Steck (background), but informed sources say it will be allowed to grow up first. Assisting young Steck in caging the beast on the coster wagon float are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Steck of Wataga. Wataga Homecoming Event Winners Are Announced WATAGA—Wataga's homecoming program Saturday included the annual parade, children's contests and a musical program. . The morning's parade, while sparse, was enthusiastic. ROVA High School band marched in it, SHOTTS Food Mart KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 These Prices Effective through July 6. WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THE 4m. FOR BAR-B-QUE Chuck Steak lb. Chuck Roast _ _c ib. RIB STEAK lb. FRESH Chicken Parts Drumsticks ib. 49c lb. BREAST 55c CUT-UP FRYERS 2Vi Ib. Q Q Avg. ea. Q BANANAS 10c lb. CORN on COB 6 ,ot 39c and a number of children wagons floated down Sparta Street past the judges stand. Contests included best decorated tricycles, bicycles and wagons. Colleen Wilson of Beaver Valley, Pa., offered as vocal selections popular tunes, hymns, and what was billed as her "fantastic" yodeling. Miss Wilson, who has appeared on Radio Station WLS Barn Dance, performed in the afternoon and evening. Winners in children's games, in their respective placings, were: Four- to 6-year-olds, Rex Hepner, Burl Varner, Donnie Hulick; first and second graders, Lou Ann Parish, Pam Kauffman, Vickie Rose, third and fourth, Annie Wessell, Angie Rommel, Dorothy DeSmith; fifth and sixth, Sharon Wynkoop, Betty Parish, Dee Ann Johnson; seventh and eighth, Janis Anderson, Linda Parish, Raymond Pine. Best decorated tricycle, Vickie Rose, Susan Handon; bicycle, Warren Rose; originality, Peggy Rose of Galesburg. Prize winning wagon was occupied by Russ, Jeanie and Tim Calkins and Steve Williamson, who shared honors. Prize winning horses were entered by Marilyn Williamson and Deanna Calkins. Lunch was served by the Little League and Wataga 4-H Livestock Club, and the Legion Auxiliary served all day at the Legion hall. Rioans Plan Tour RIO—The Rioettes 4-H Club decided to go to the tri-citis on either July 17 or July 19, at a meeting in the Rio Presbyterian Church recently. The club also set July 30 as Achievement Day. WALKING FLOATS—Among (he floats in the Wataga Homecoming parade was this cubical twosome, Carla Haymaker of Bushnell and Marsha Reynolds of Galva. Designed as dice floats, perhaps they could be used in floating dice games? Miss Haymaker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Haymaker and Miss Reynolds is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds. KIDS LOVE WAGONS ...AND WA60NS ...AND WAGONS AND ESPECIALLY KiDS LOVE WIENER WAGONS! NEW IMPROVED FLAVOR AND FRESHNESSI wiener Wagons fit the wiener like « glove! One piece bum with a baked-in groove. NO SLIP, NO DRIP! Hot dogs don't fall out. Mustard Is spread in the groove. SO QUICK, SO EASY! You don't have to split them. No torn buns. No crumbs. GREAT FOR ALL FUN FOODSI Use them to cradle bacon, cheese spreads, jelly, diced left-over meats. New recipe improves Wiener Wagons flavor. New plastic wrap keeps them fresh. Pick up a handy 8-pack. Your whole family will love Wiener Wagons. SAKtO ONLY IT, • Wi ftwcfl Bitofy. Stfttft* WMMD^OS Coldbrook HEA Unit Has Meeting Mrs. Ralph Ault was hostess to (members of the Coldbrook Unit of Warren County Homemakers Extension Association last week in her country home near Monmouth. The hostess, assisted by a guest, Mrs. Harry Thompson, presented the lesson on "Fat-controlled Cookery.". Mrs. Charles gave a short article on "International Projects." Mrs. Joe Callison will entertain at the next meeting in her rural Galesburg home. 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