Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 30
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 30

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
Page 30
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Golttbum Rgqitter-Mail, Guteibur* MondQy,July J«J163 LODR ANCESTORS "Flracracktra? Not thto yaar. Mr. Polo! Th» haat't on!" New Windsor Show Group Assembles at Fish Fry NEW WINDSOR — The annual fish fry of the New Windsor Fair, Rodeo and Horse Show Association members ./as held June 27 at Wallace Peterson's cabin at New Boston with 45 men in attendance. A new class has been added at the parade at the fair, which will be held Thursday, Aug. 15, at 11 a.m. Antique cars will be featured. There are seven classes with two places in each class receiving awards, a trophy for first class. They are: churches; senior organizations, junior organizations, commercial, individual, best marching group. There will be a grand prize for the best float. The Buccaneer Drum and Bugle Corps of East Moline has been booked for the evening program on Thursday. They will also participate in the annual street parade at; 11 a.m. the same day. The bumper stickers, used in advertising the fair, are available at Fred Falline's barbershop. Post Kiddie Parade A kiddie parade will be held on Friday, Aug. 16, at 1 p.m. at New Windsor Fair, Rodeo and Horse Show. Dr. C. W. Linker has announced the following seven classes: , Decorated bicycle and tricycle, humorous characters, pony, a class of floats which must be 4 by 6 feet or larger, doll buggies, toy tractors or wagons, and pets. Awards will be presented in three places with a trophy for first place. Floats from the parade on Thursday will not be admitted in Friday's parade. Briefs Lu Ann Friesth, who had visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Ray Keim, returned to her home at Coal Valley June 26. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swanson returned June 26 from a 3-week visit in Wisconsin with the Paul Anderson family at Glenwood, tue Vern Andersons at Luck and the Raymond Andersons at Emerald. Dr. and Mrs. Larry Samuels and family returned to Iowa City Thursday after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Samuels. Robert Shroyer arrived June 27 from Livermore, Calif., to visit his father, H. B. Shroyer, a patient at the Cottage Hospital. Rob- j ert is also visiting his aunt, Mrs. H. C. Pugh in New Windsor. DO YOU HIT THE PAVEMENT POOPED? Everyone can't be gloriously happy, but they can it least be cool. The VEEP by ARA puts automobile air conditioning within the reach of one and all. Just imagine volumes of wintry air pouring into the interior of your car as you laugh at smothering heat with the windows rolled up. Full radius vents control the output from two powerful blower wheels to direct air where and when you want it. Try it for yourself. • Comfort all the way with ARA $299. Installed BOB'S ALINEMENT 468 S. KELLOGG 342-6215 Judges Are Named for NCTE Awards Program English instructors Maurice Beck and Miss Virginia Hinchliff of Galesburg Senior High School, and Dr. Howard A. Wilson, head of Knox College English department, are the judges for the 1963 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) achievement awards program. State judging committees, comprised of English teachers from high schools and colleges, will evaluate the writing abilities and literary awareness of more than 6,800 candidates. Through the program, now beginning its sixth year, NCTE grants recognition to the nation's outstanding high school seniors for excellence in English. Recognition goes also to the English departments of high schools that have trained the students. NCTE will announce the finalists in December and will send the names of winners to every U.S. college and university with the recommendation that these students be considered for scholarship assistance. Dallas City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Vorhies have purchased the Wesley Smith residence property on West Third Street, and will be moving into it soon. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family recently moved to Needles, Calif., where he was transferred by the Santa Fe Railway. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. McKean of Danville recently visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kurrle. The McKeans were en route home from Florida, where they spent the winter months, and had also been at a gathering in Dubuque. SAVf TfMB --APPLY BY PHONE FOR A VACATION TRAVEL LOAN OHEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 351 I. Main St. Galesburg PAVI PATTERSON, Mgr. - 343-3157 r SALE IMPERIAL BRAND ICE CREAM GAL. CTN OPEN til NOON JULY 4th NO. 1 — 911 SOUTH 1IMINARY STRUT NO. 2 — ORANO AVNUI AT MICMIOAN OPIN SUNDAYS — 9 f 1, 4 to f PM. Wl RISIRVI THR RIOHT TO UMIT QUANTITIRS. PRICES fMICTIV! MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY. JULY 7th. V CHECK YOUR LIST FOR THESE I f LIBBY or VAN CAMP'S BEANSV4/*!" 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White or Colored PAPER PLATES No. 214 Can PORK 'N BEANS Giant 3-oz. Jar NESTEA for Open Pit Plain or Smoky BAR-B-Q SAUCE * A Chef's Delite 1 Cheese Spread 182 -oz. Jar FREE 100 3-LB. CAN CUDAHY'S SHORTENING FLAKO Hunts or Mission CATSUP 14*ox. Bottle— BLUE STAR POTATO CHIPS ic HI-LO PRIZES Must be 18 years or older. Every Week, Nothing to Buy, Just Register $50.00 U.S. SAVINGS BOND $25.00 U.S. SAVINGS BOND FIVE $5.00 (ASH PRIZES Drawing every Monday morning—Winners names will be in weekend ad and posted in stores, for Diet Rite CANNED POP Cudahy's Colored OLEO Cans lbs. HI-LO WINNERS Week Ending June 30 $50.00 WINNSR BITH ROBINSON 1104 Baird Avonue $25,00 WINNER BETTY KIUIP, $30 North fast Monmouth, III.

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