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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

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t 1 0 J • It I * J s. t 1 J f t I i JF r i Golesbur I ste r- Sdtu 1H 620 W, Hunt St. Buihitell. nwWw Phone Bushnell 510 Biisliiiell Area News Items fiUSHNELL — The Doflough Belles Unit of ttbmefnakers Extension will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Barbara Garrison. The Prairie Saddle Horse Show planned for the 4th of July was postponed until Sunday at the clubgrounds northeast of Bush* flell. Duplicate Bridge Played The Duplicate Bridge Club met Wednesday evening at the hotel. Winning were: first, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Murphy; second, Lillian Wilson and Gertrude Garretson, and third, Cecil Adams and Louise Harris. The next Rioettes 4-H meeting will be July 10 at the Bushnell Motel. fteport on Swim Pool The operating committee for the swimming pool met Tuesday Evening at the pool. A report was made of three private parties held during the past two weeks. Average attendance during the hot spell was 450, with the attendance for June 30 being 586. Marks 14th Birthday A party was held Friday, in honor of the 14th birthday of Charlene Wiest, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Wiest. Games were played, with prizes going to Ann Meloan, Teresa Bucher and Lana Raymond. Cindy Lou Ross and Ann Meloan won prizes for the best hillbilly costume. Others present were Lynn Brillhart, Pat Benkendorf, Mary Jane RIO Convenes Future events * w e r e I Cotter, Mary Ellen Fayhee. discussed at a recent meeting of the Rioettes at the church. |Ji 111111IC NoMIlan Scores Victory Members discussed their tour of Rock Island and Davenport stores which will be held July 16. A letter of invitation was read At Westbury VICKIE S1IOLL (above) 125 Michigan Ave., attended the Missouri State Baton Twirling contest sponsored by the Atttcr* ican Legion in Monctt, Mo., re* ccntly. While there she placed fourth in the advance 11 age group and third in the junior duet division. She spent five days attending the camp. Her parents, Mr* and Mrs. Donald Sholl, and Pam Archibald, who also attended the camp, placing third in the junior duet division and Vickie visited in the Ozarks before returning to Galesburg. Rollins College TOULON HIGH CHEERLEADERS—Varsity cheerleaders at Tou* Ion High School were among nearly 900 from Illinois and nearby states taking part in the 10th annual Summer Cheerleader School at Normal. They are, top, Jackquie Briggs; standing. Vickie McMillen, left, and Jane Langdon, and Alexis Schmidt, bottom. The girls attended the session June 23-28 on the Illinois State Normal University campus. concerning a Home Bureau meei- WESTBURY, N.Y. (UPI—Jim-. # v ing July 15, Members of a plan- m j e Norman tallied a nose victo- 1 Rain in HeillC\ ning committee include Sharon ry ove r Flash Counsel in the $4,000 . ^ IT* Dye, Agnes Swanson, Karen Dill- feature pace at Roosevelt Race- Koyal IlejSetta Rita Dye and Nancy way Friday night. GALVA RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent beck, Spence. HENLEY, England (AP)-The 324 Main gt Bill Haughton drove the 7-year- . . , , ... Achievemet night will be held old horse, owned by the Mar-Con ™? n 8 of P1 ™ d " Rfoll " s rp ^g College was swept out of the Phone WE 2-2658 July 30 with the committee, Patsy Farms of Rochester, N.Y. McKee, Paula Johnson, Jane Pit- favored Jimmie Norman and Donna B o d e e n Albert Lene finished third, 3% CHICAGO (UPI—Vineddy out- man charge. Marcella Spring delivered a talk 1 13 races this year, on ''Preparation for Putting in Sleeves." Donna Bodeen spoke on [lengths behind the winner. "Embroidery," ^nd Jo Pottorf, on "Planning Meals." Demonstrations were given by Pat Rednour on "Grilled Stuffed Franks," Carol Rednour on "All American Hamburger," and Marcia Johnson on "Frosting Candles." A special number was given by Patsy McKee. Next meeting will be held July 8 at 2 p.m; fJJ SgSa c "n p a ^LmS Vacl Traf f ic Accident Reported in $6.30'as he covered the mile in f , , . ... 2:03.1. He now has won three of °^ ht out throu S h torrential rain today. The America ns lost by one Argosies crew of tough length to Britain's Rowing Club—a London dockers. The Britons covered the paced seven rivals Friday night Time In- 1 one-mile, 550-yard course in 7:09. •Hit to win the $10,000 G vitational handicap pace at Sportsman's Park. The American College boys, last U.S. survivors in the Thames GALVA — Police reported one accident, without injuries, during the past 24 hours in Galva. Cars driven by Mrs. LuAnn Gustafson of Bishop Hill and William G. Schavey of Sunfield, Iowa, were slightly damaged Friday about 11 a.m. when the autos collided at the intersection of Chester and Market streets. Mrs. collision occurred. No tickets F were issued. In another police report, Charles W. Hanson of Galva was fined $5 and costs Friday at the police magistrate's office for driving with a noisy muffler. Meetings Announced Regular meetings will be held . Vineddy, driven by Joe Marsh Cup for lightweight crews, trailed Gustafson was driving north on Jr., withstood challenges by from start to finish. The Britons U.S. 34 and Schavey was driving by a number of Galva organiza- Prince Gamaun and Peachadon to raced through a blinding stream win by % length in 2:02.1. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! The winner paid $22.60, $8,40, and $6.00. of rain to a one-length lead at the half mile, which they doubled at the mile. Tenors Often HOW SURE CAN WE BE? LOOK AT THIS GUARANTEE! Strain Voices THIS WEEK ENJOY JANE PARKER BAKED FOODS south on the highway when the tions next week. Here is a list: Town and 'Country Club Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Don Ivie. Galva Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star Wednesday at Masonic Hall. Naomi Circle of Messiah Lutheran Church at the home of Martin Appell Wednesday Mrs. Al Erkel will be Mrs. OR (JET THE PRICE YOU PAID! lUtular 49c REGULAR 49< EACH Big, Red Cherries, bursting with juicy goodness; golden, flaky crust — the best of everything goes Into this luscious pie! EACH ALL BAKERY ITEMS AVAILABLE MONDAY Blueberry Muffins Raisin, Prw or Almond twlit Coffee Cake •loin or Soodod Rye Bread Caramtl Fudgo Layer Cakf PtaMStMpi ^ fa. Regular a /coach IMVM Reg. 79c each 39c 45c 45c 69' Come See Come Save A&P We Give Plaid Stamps evening, co-hostess. Luther Anns of Messiah Lutheran Church at the home of Mrs. Keith Sloan Wednesday evening. Mrs. LaVern Sharlet co-hostess. Miriam Circle of Messiah Lutheran Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Edwin Green Wednesday evening. Mrs. Strauss Bell will be co-hostess. Giving Orders j By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Things a columnist might never know if he didn't open his mail: A throat specialist says executives with tenor voices often strain their vocal cords by trying to bark commands in baritone. Why? Because the public expects Rachel Circle of Messiah Lu- executives to have deep voices, theran Church will meet at church Most deaf people are immune Wednesday evening. Hostesses to motion sickness. Some 7.9 mil- are Mrs. M. L. Schneider and lion U.S. households now have Mrs. Robert Werkheiser. two or more cars. Royal boast: Queen Isabella of Spain is said to have bragged she had only two baths in her life — when she was born and when she married. If you like to plan ahead, pre- Galva Wiley Park, pare now to celebrate the 85th A total of 110 were present for birthday of the ice cream soda a potluck dinner. Mrs. Robert next year. This fountain favorite Huffman, president, presided over Fahnstrom Kin Conduct Reunion GALVA—The annual Fahnstrom reunion was held Sunday at the made its debut in Philadelphia in 1879. the business meeting, New officers elected were president, Leslie Whlta or Wheat -\.\^ fkm^ Meadowbrook Bread >"f ZI Boston Brown Bread V/< J C 29° 29c Heat wave tip: You'll feel cool- Fahnstrom; vice president, Robert Bloom; treasurer, Mrs. Anna Con- Marilyn Fahn- er in hot weather if you eat frequent small meals. Large.meals ners; secretary, •ease discomfort because they sti ;? m > and ^porter, Mrs. Stanley •:i:t ly temperature to Sail. Hoot and Sorvo Twin Rolls RtguUr 93c •a«h •f 12 79th Birthday E. 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Mottoes for moderns: "He who always follows nev.er comes first."—Elmer Leterman. in The week's mmm ^2* h* UM can i j£ 51 | S Coupon Expires July 13, '43 If itZ I Llmit 0n « P« r Customer ;n;n ; HI ::: ain'sininnraii; crsi: summit:!: Backus worst knows a Coupon Expirei July 13. '63 Limit One Per Customer Apple Souce Grapefruit Juice Golden Corn A&P Grade A A&P's Finest A&P Cream Style Mb. cans 46-oz. cans Mb., can* 49 e 69 c 35 e Grope Juice Mayonnaise Pink Salmon A&P Brand Vitamin C Ann Page Coldstream Brand Reg. 69c 24oz. btls. qt. jar Mb. can 59 49 joke: Jim woman who's such a bad cook that her husband eats the after-dinner mints before the meal. It was John Buchan who observed, "An atheist is man who has no invisible means of support." r -J- MARGARINE Nutley Brand 59 c I Rides 4 Winners STANTON, Del. (UPI) -Jacinto GREAT ATLANTIC & ntlfK lUctw^luc^ AMEJUCA? DmMOABLE f000 MiRCHWlT SWCE end visitors at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Loman to help celebrate her 79th birthday were Mrs. Alma Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wik mont and children, Altona; her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hiatt, Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hiatt, Keithsburg and her daughter, Alice Briggs, Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson from Alpha, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Clewell last week. Jody Anderson, Keithsburg, spent a day with her aunt, Delores Clewell and family, recently. A birthday party was held at the Franklin Clewell home Saturday in honor of Mrs. Berniece Lufkin, Mrs. CleweU's mother. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bub Lufkin and family, Panamanian-born Oneida; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Luif- ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE SUN. THRU JULY 10, 1963 Vasquez, a jockey, swept half the racing kin, Thomson; Mr. and Mrs. Ar card Friday at Delaware Park chie Hall and son, from Califor when he guided four horses to nia and Mrs. Ethel Hall, Peoria, victory, including the last three in a row. READ THE WANT ADS! Mr. and Mrs. Buford Mack and children have returned home from a week's vacation at their cabin in Wapello, Iowa. For Colorado • lOlflllS VC tare limited t* her family, but greetings from family friends m welttffiial Her address to f\iP simmofls Atrny Hospital, Ward 3 Surgical, Aurora, Cob, Vanessa entered the hospital June 19 and Stewart** grandmother, Mrs. Irene Tlbbets of Keiths* burg has spent the past three weeks In Colorado with the Stew* art family. Viola Newi Notes Mrs. Male Baker entertained the Brushwood Rural Community Club at its June meeting. Richard Adair and son Frank will arrive home Wednesday from Washington* D, C, where they VtOLA—Mr. and Mrs, Jack Bat* gar and grandsdn, Nelson Elliott, will leave Saturday for Bloomfield, Colo., for an extended stay In the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Airman 3 .C. and Mrs. John Stewart and will care for three grandchildren while their oldest sister, S-year-oid Vanessa, recovers from plastics surgery at the Fitzslntmons Army Hospital. Vanessa has undergone her sixth skin graft following burns . w from scalding when she was twefi* | have been sightseeing and vaca ty-one months of age and resided in Aledo. She will be a hospital to Joy, whew Adaif hat accepted the position ii prifteip*! at Weft. met, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim .faeobs included Mr. and Mrs. Don Lurcher, Mr : and Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Anderson, Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Gregory, Mrs, Martha IIUVV WVVll - — tioning at the nation's capital. family Gregory and Mrs. Carrie Smith. They are relatives ot Mrs. Jacobs and all are residents of Farmington. Mrs. Frances Bakar and Mis. Irene Stevens were guests at the Mary Lincoln Chapter OES in Kirkwood at the recent 42nd annt* versary of the chapter's founding. READ THE WANT ADS! XVK RBSRRVB TUB RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRfCIS GOOD THRU TUISDAY, JULY t 4 l M With Coupon Below ond Purchase of $ 5 or More ORANGE SHERBET or CHERRY DESSERT 20 ct Pkg. CASCADE INN VANILLA FULL GALLON 14b. CtMf. IPSWICH 51 GaMft 15 OtHiff NYLONS •LEACH CLOfiOX # t t t FREE 100 S&H fttHN STAMPS Coupon and Purchase WATft SOfTINM CALGON Hit I '/* U. M*re Excluding Cigarette* ThU coupon goo4 July 7th< Coupon Please only r Ricelond Ric« I Hikwtd Potato BRUCE FANCY ilCf li^Oi, CWIfS OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.

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