Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
Page 7
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ttffWU YORK <- Mf. and Uta, Jam «4 Conncll were recent callers in fairfield, Iowa, Mf, ttltd MP*- Eart Mall of Eldon> fowa, were recent visitors at the home of their son and family, Dr. and Mrs. ttodney Hall, Mrs. Virginia Wright of Chtca* go, visited over July 4 with her mother, Mrs. Sue Ballard, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Greer and son Vaughn of Adair, were lunch guests Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bellinger. Afternoon callers at the same home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson, Larry Bellinger And son Randy of Monmouth, and Mrs, Anna Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Melton and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Luther of Florida, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Deen Lincoln at Avon. Grouji Bowls The senior MYF met Sunday at the home of Rev, and Mrs. Stanley Rapp, The group later went to the bowling lanes at Aledo for a bowling fWrty. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Melton and family of Seaton, and Jerry Ballard were lunch guests Sunday at the Virgil Boock home, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Mellon and Mr. and Mrs. John Luther were callers Monday at the home of their son and nephew, Jerry Mel* ton and family of Seaton. Mr. and Mrs. William Kendall, Virginia and Bill spent a weekend in Burlington With relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gabby and Linda of Monmouth, were guests Sunday at lunch at the Cecil Waugh home* Dinner guests July 6 at the Russell Darrah home for the birthday of, Mrs. Charles Tharpe were Mr. and Mrs. Tharpe, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicol and Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Car- R TO KEEP YGUNG STAY HEALTHY Anyone who lived to be fifty about a hundred years ago was considered very fortunate. Few were actively healthy at.forty. Now, average life expectancy is in the seventies. You are young as long as you have good health. New medical techniques assure more accurate diagnosis. New drugs, hormones and vitamins are positive acting. Go to your physician quickly when sick. He can help you to stay healthy and young. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? HAWTHORNE DRUG CO. 15 E. MAIN ST. If your Doctor Prescribes It — Hawthorn* Has It Copyright 1961 R T U )U; K 1 1 ver, Bruce and Jeff and Mrs. Mary Nicol. Recent visitors in the home of Ut and Mrs. R, W. Stratton were Mr. and, Mrs. Arthur Wright of Mesa, 'Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Salmons visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs, Grace Morris at Millers* burg. IMHtt Record Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stevens are the parents of a boy born July 8 at the Monmouth Hospital. The mother is the former Kay Armstrong, Mrs. Jane Archer and Mrs. Edna Peddle of Riverton, spent a few days recently with Burton Addleman and other relatives in Monmouth. Mrs. Dean Keithley and Mrs. Wiley Clark attended the tea at the Center Presbyterian Church at Seaton July 5. Mickey Mason is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mason. Her mother and sister Lynn of Farminglon, were Sunday dinner guests at the Mason home. Bihop Hill Class Plans Coffee Party BISHOP HILL - The Willing Worker Class will hold its public coffee party in the Bishop Hill State Park Wednesday at 2 p.m. This is the regular meeting date and members were asked to take bakery goods for the coffee. Committee in charge comprises Miss Dorothy Olson, Mrs. Donald Olson, Mrs. Dean Anderson and Mrs. Lloyd Conrad. Meetings Posted The Old Settlers Association will meet at the Colony School at 7:45 p.m. July 16 to make plans for Old Settlers Day Sept. 14, instead of Sept. 23 as in former years. The Royal Neighbors will meet July 18 at the Colony School. Mrs. Arthur W. Olson will be the hostess and Mrs. Orlie Chilberg will be in charge of entertainment. Plans are for Mrs. Isabel Phe lan, district deputy, to attend this meeting. READ THE WANT ADS! YOU'LL FIND BARGAINS UNDER THE CANOPY! SHOP IN THE SHADE ON SIDEWALK DAYS! SUITS SOME WERE $79.50 $**noo SPORT COATS $1Q00 KNIT SHIRTS — HATS and CAPS — SWEATERS — PANTS — NECKTIES — BLACK or WHITE TUXEDOS — SOX — JEANS AND LOTS MORE ONE OF A KIND ITEMS, ALL SALES FJNAL — NO ALTERATIONS GOODIES FOR THE BOYS SUITS — JACKETS SPORT SHIRTS — KNIT SHIRTS SPORT COATS PANTS — IVY LEAGUES SWIM SUITS — SWEAT SHIRTS EXPECT TO FIND RIDICULOUS PRICES ON THIS GREAT BARGAIN DAY. GgtesbufQ Regisrer-Moif, Gol6sbuf <3, III, Monday. July 15 f ..tiM8. .Jilliiiiilii ill! He didn't insure his car through an independent agent He bought what he thought was enough in- to tell you how much insurance you should surance. But he had nobody to tell him how carry, the insurance company you should much was enough. Result? He was sued for use, and why. If you have a claim — or many thousands of dollars more than his there's a claim against you—your independ- coverage. ent agent is right at your side to help. Could this happen to you? Not if you get We are independent insurance agents— your insurance through an independent qualified to plan all types of car, home and insurance agent. He knows the amounts which judges and juries often award these days. As an independent agent, he's not an employee of any company. He's free to analyze your needs, business insurance. We'll be happy to give you all the facts about complete insurance protection. Remember, as independent insurance agents we serve you first! Hugh Harris LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON INS. AGENCY Lealnd M. Smith LELAND M. SMITH INS. AGENCY 1 Charles R. Huff HUFF INS. AGENCY Russell G. Barstow CHANDLER-HINCHMAN INS. AGENCY Robert E. Miller McGKEW & McGREW AGENCY, INC. Andy Horn Jr. BULLISHORN AGENCY Richard A. Larson BRACKER, UNMAN & LARSON AGENCY, INC. Merwyn F. Hill LAKE W. SANBORN INS. AGENCY Lucille West LUCILLE R. WEST AGENCY Clifford Anderson CLIFFORD L. ANDERSON INS. AGENCY Ben Frankenburger AGENCY RIO, ILLINOIS Robert Dredge GRAHAM-DREDGE AGENCY Leo A. Cronin LEO A. CRONIN INS. AGENCY

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