Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 2, 1963
Page 13
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-numtt PATTERN SIZES HA •/hi* NOTE: S«nd pattern orders direct to New York* Watch address balow. Orders will NOT ba accepted at Galaiburg nawipapar off lea. Touch of the unusual-—tiny gathers soften a face-framing collar. So flattering to short, fuller figures, you'll love this stylo for day or evening. Printed Pattern 41)70: Half SJzea ,14'/a, 16%, lB'/a, 20'/a, 22i/ a , 24 Size 16 1/2 required 3'/ 2 yards 45-inch fabric FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pat* tern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Gaiesburg Register- Mail, 411, Pattern Dept.. 243 W 17th St., New York 11, N Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE!, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Just out) 304 design Ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern—any one you choose in new Summer Pattern Catalog, Send 50 cents now. Package JWix Secret of r ••A Hamburger Plus "You might like to try seasoning hamburgers this new way and cooking them over charcoal. Eli Mushroom-Onion Hamburgers on Toasted Buns 1 Relishes Salad Bowl Cantaloupe with Ice 'Cream Beverage Mushroom Onion Hamburgers 1 pound ground lean chuck beef % cup water 1 envelope (% ounce) mushroom gravy mix Onion rings (small size) Mix together thoroughly the beef, water and dry mushroom gravy mix. Make into 8 patties. Place onion rings on 4 of the patties; top with remaining rounds; seal edges together thoroughly by molding with fingers. Charcoal-broil until brown on both sides and as done as desired. Serve in; toasted buttered hamburger buns. Chicagoans Are Greeted 1 In Kirkwood KIRKWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Dillon of Chicago were overnight guests Friday in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arnold. Miss Lana Lease of Kirkwood and Miss Di^ne Hickerson of Little York, returned Friday from Normal University, where they had spent a week at a camp for cheerleaders. Mr. Mrs among guests entertained by Mr, Qnd Mrs. Glenn Lanphere at a fish fry in the Lanphere cabin near Oquawka Saturday. Guests in the R. P. Hancock home Friday were Mr. and Mrs, Charles Nichols, of Monmouth; Mrs, Gothard Rankin of Stronghurst; Mrs. Laurene Davis of Oquawka; W. R. Musser of Media; Mrs. Jessie Newton of Kirkwood and Kimel Tibbs of Brookfield, Mo. Henry Ricketts and Miss Kathleen Haggerty of Chicago are spending several days in Kirkwood. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wayland and the Rev. and Mrs. James H. pusey drove to Milan Camp Saturday and brought home the group of young people that had young past spent Though meteorites fall anywhere, it is much easier to see them in flat, desert areas, where Other rocks are rare. The. arid climate and slow erosion rate also favors meteorite survival. . + SATURDAY JULY 6 Krwxvillt Rd. - Route 150 Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday

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