Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 27
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 27

Publication:
Location:
Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, July 1, 1963
Page:
Page 27
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 27 article text (OCR)

Gatesbur ister-Mai!, Galesbuf i V » ^- . Li ^ v -"b Manda A * J - 1 *_ WAk. J ^ * L^JT.t. «IU> ViJj«L iMh.Hi _ T i A. h T . ••J n . r • J j < - ..'MM: j .ft 4 r i J J r - v 4.'-- J I ' ( r 1 eiffil Sundiy utid < »p#nt until Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mm. %twAi N«l«m. . Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson attended a supper Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christensen of the latters' Monmouth, honoring Victor and fam- * i J \ son, ily of Seattle. Mr, and Mrs. Loren Murphy of San Diego, Calif., recently arrived to visit her mother, Mrs. Minnie McVey and her home after spending the winter in the McVey Nursing dome in Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson spent Tuesday visiting her brother, Ray Swanson and family of Abingdon. He remains about the same. Mrs. George Mclntyre fcand. Mrs. McVey has sister, and hus- returned Thin wafer-type cookies often are easiest to remove from cookie sheets if the pans are rubbed lightly with shortening and given an even coating of flour before baking. N# Henderson News Topics NORTH HENDERSON Irene Leighty of Lakeland, Fla., is visiting here with her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Wilson. Rev. Roy Johnson attended the Stewardship School at Augustana College. Charles Earp Jr. and Russell Adams went with their National Guard unit to Springfield, where they participated in a practice session with weapons. Sue Nevin of Port Lauderdale, Pla., is visiting with Mrs. Charlotte Wilson at North Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Evans at Seaton. Women of the North Henderson, Little York and Belmont Methodist churches chartered a h bus June 21 to Visit the Sunset Home and Chattock Boys School in Quincy. The local church has collected stamps to enable the home to get silverware and swimming pwt, The Lutrell held June « at Herat 40 persona attending, elected were Prank president and Mrs. der of New Windsor, Lutheran 9cholar§lil i V. * 'J. A • 1 •flATOR flAITER-Thln ultuntlon at f,«xafint. Chee NnHonnl Wildlife Refiige In Florida, In not M had Is It look*. The alligator in stuffed. Small boy. Sparky Bnrkmafiii It would feel like Ill, Is Just seeing what News Notes of Larchland LARCHLAND - Dell Hardesty, father of Charles Hardesty. has been moved from the Knox County Nursing Home to the Herron Nursing Heme in Bushnell. Lester Carlson and Larry Earp left for a week's vacation and fishing trip at Leech Lake, Walker, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. George Gavin of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. William Gillen attended a chalice presentation dinner in Macomb Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schrodt were Sunday dinner guests of her brother-in-law and sisfer f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waller of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. George Rader spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Lester Smith of Monmouth. Mrs. Era Johnson recently called on Mrs. George Bruington at the Monmouth Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Rader recently called on Mrs. George Brooks and children and on Mr. Rader's sister, Mrs. Caroline Crowe, all of Monmouth. Mrs. Florence Anderson and Mrs. Ruth Peterson of Monmouth called on Mrs. Era Johnson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Francis Southers Rita and Robey. spent Sunday with friends in Dallas City. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hardesty and family spent Sunday with their Son Bob and family of north of Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray spent Wednesday at the*Moews Seed Corn Plant in Granville. Mrs. Laverne daughter Linda Romley and of Galesburg, 4 f f -i f 1 t W NEW YORK (AP) - The tional Lutheran Council re that Lutheran scholarships year enabled nearly 150 persona to study overseas. Dubuque Horns ore available of the following Food Stores: GALESBURG A&P FOOD STORES 159 N. tread 900 I. Main BENHER FOOD STORES 962 I. Main 735 W. Main Fremont A Seminary VAIU 1370 N. HancUrion DAVIS STORES 1621 N. Hendorton Knoxvillo Road FRITZ'S MARKET 53 S. Cherry HI-LO FOOD STORES 931 S. Seminary Grand A Michigan JERRY'S SUPERETTE 497 E. Barrian KROGER'S 261 N. Broad NATIONAL TEA 876 W. Main RIESS MARKET 5 Public Square SMITH'S FOOD MARKET 514 S. Handarson MONMOUTH r BARNES SUPER VALU BENNER FOOD STORES DEPOT CORNER + HANSON ROYAL BLUE KROGER'S LMER NELSON MARKET ABINGDON LAMBERT'S SUPER MARKET POLAND SUPERVALU BUSHNELL IGHT'J VALU SUP GRIFFITH'S GROCERY Everyone comes running—even the neighbors when they sniff that smoke-tanged scent of a Dubuque Canned Ham! And they'll hurry back for more once they taste those lean, luscious slices! It's no wonder, because only Pubuque combines the perfect blending of top-grade, • corn-fed h^ms with an exclusive curing and smoking process to give you lean, tender ham centers wreathed in a mellow, old-fashioned flavor of glowing hickory logs. It's a goodness that only Dubuque can produce , , . the result of 60 years of meat packing experience. Dubuque Canned Hams are boneless, skin* less, with excess fat removed, so you have no waste! Just zip open the can and pop one on MIKISHl GROCERY STAFFER'S GROCERY UAWKA your spit or grill treat your family and friends to real enjoyment with Dubuque-*the Original Smoked Canned Ham, Get ready for the opening of the Hot Summer Thlrit Season! Fill your refrigerator with 7-Upl For serious quenching, you need the real thirst-quencher J Sip it slowly. Feel it tingle In your mouth. Feel Iti freshness cool your throat. Feel completely quonchtd^with 7* Up I MOR ROYAL C*/'* ui . Dubuque Canned Hams were the First hams ever to win a Cold Medal in public taste tests at the California State Fair. LAHARPE DUBUQUE PACKING COMPANY o u U Q o e, IOWA KURf'S RED & WHITE V

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page