Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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Gutoibuffl. RcQi>ft.r*M!ftH>..GateifeMrg Monday,July 15, 1963 Birthday9 Celebrated at Greenbmh OftK *5N »USW-A*' birthday party was held at the home of MMrtd MM . Robert Fengel June for their daughter Beverly on hep tsth birthday and also for Keverly's cousin, Peggy Kramer 0? Qutaey, on her fifth birthday. A hayrack ride, a supper for all and a slumber party for the girts were the highlights of the evening. Their birthdays are July 1. Guests were Paula Gerdlng, Doris McCoy, Sharon Vestal, it's Weber 's •or fin* Dinnerware $1 down - $1 week WEBERS GIFT SHOP 149 EAST MAIN 342-1417 terry, Jimmy end Connie Hunter, Rosevilie; Mary Ellen Noe, Swam Creek; Pat McGee, Gary and Bully Bultemier, Mike and Larry Crain, David Fengel, Avon; Julie Kramer, Quincy. Paula Gerching was also an overnight guest of Beverly June 29. Peggy and Julie Kramer of Quincy spent a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fengel, Beverly and David. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kramer, spent July 4 in the Fengel home. Vacation in Colorado Mr. and Mrs. William Vandeveer and children, Kristin and Ricki of Farmington left on the Denver Zephyr from Galesburg for Denver, Colo., where they are vacationing. They will visit Mrs. Vandcveer's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mitchell at Boulder, Colo. The Vandcvecrs are former residents of Grccn- bush. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mitchell, parents of Mrs. Vandcveer, spent BIG s,dewalk sale ! 1 MERCHANDISE TO 2/3 OFF 11 Wednesday, July 17 — 9 a .m. to 5:30 p .m. ...TOYS Kiddie Korner M3-971* "ON THE SQUARE" GALESBURG Sunday with the Vandeveers at at Farmington. Greenbush Briefs Mrs. Harold Gorsline July 1 entered the Galesburg Cottage Hospital where she later submitted to surgery. She returned to her home Tuesday. Mrs. Viola Shepherd has returned to her home in Greenbush after being a patient in the Galesburg St. Mary's Hospital several weeks due to fractured hip. Cleo Cannon has returned to his home after being a patient in the Burlington Hospital the past five weeks. He submitted to surgery. Rev. and Mrs. Elwood Beeman and family of Scottsbluff, Neb., formerly of Sciota, recently appeared on the Art Linkletter house party, a TV program. The Rev. Mr. Beeman was minister of the Sciota Christian Church, a unit of the Lamoinc church area, which Includes Greenbush. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swanson spent Sunday in Peoria, where they visited their infant daughter. They report she has gained a few ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Shoemate and family of Miami, Okla., have been visiting at the home of Mrs. ShOemates' mother, Mrs. Naomi Smith and family, Mrs. Shoe- mates' sister, Miss Kai Smith, returned home with them after a visit with the Shoemates in Oklahoma. The bald eagle finally received protection in all states in 1940. JEWELRY # Necklaces # Earrings Rings • Tie Bars • Cuff Links AMITY KEY CASES TOYS - Values to 1.50.. ...25c FISH LURES 50c SWIM RAFT $100 Reg. 1.49 White Sweat Shirts Adult and Children's Sizes SWIM FINS $100 Tennis Balls BLUE WILLOW DISHES 10c Each LEO STEIN LUGGAGE i SPORTING GOODS 343-45 EAST MAIN ST. • JEWELRY DOWNTOWN GALESBURG They'll Do It Every Time RHOMBOIO OAVDRSAWS ALL we WAy HOME OP A NICE, LON6, COCL mm At WOME IN m SUBURBS By Jimmy Hallo So WE AfiGiVES WITH MIS TdNSUJ WIN6IN \m\ MOUSi. IS MOT MUSTARD JACOBY ON BRIDGE Dummy Play Gives Lesson By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. If you can restrain your curiosity and not look at the East and West hands you can learn a valuable lesson in dummy play. WEST NORTH (D) *K J943 V AK2 • A J 8 2 *K EAST *A87 ¥ 10 4 • 764 * 10 9 8 6 2 4k Q 10 2 VQ875 • 10 5 4> A543 SOUTH • 65 V J963 • KQ93 *QJ7 Both vulnerable North Ernst South West 1 4 Pass 1 N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—6 10 East wins the first trick with the ace of clubs and returns the suit. You win the trick and are now ready to apply the code word, "Arch." You don't worry about "A" (Analyze the lead) and "R" (Review the bidding), but you do count your winners and get the eight easily, since you have two hearts, four diamonds and two clubs. Now you try "H" and ask yourself, "How can I make a ninth trick?" You have two good places to try. If West holds both the ace and queen of spades or if you can guess which of the two high spades he holds you can make OPEN MONDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. FINAL CLEARANCE REALLY LOW PRICES ON HIGH- GRADE, FAMOUS-BRAND SHOES! Lifestrides Red Cross Air Step SHOES FOR WOMEN REG. TO 15 .99 Roblee Crosby Square Pedwin REG. TO $16 .99 I Buster Brown I Glamour I Debs I Robinette I R|G. TO $8 99 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HILl ARCADE BIDG. 342-1313 GALESBURG, ILL. your ninth trick in that suit. How about the hearts? You don't know, but you can cash dummy's ace and king of hearts and see what happens. You do this and when the ten drops you have your ninth trick for the taking. You simply play a third heart and set up a heart trick. Of course, a duplicate player might decide to go for a top and start proceedings by leading a spade toward dummy and going up with the king in the likely event that West played low. This would give him 10 tricks the way the cards lie, but would cost him his contract if East held the ace of spades. REAL) I'HE :LASSIKIEDSI Memorial Held At Kirkwood Ctms Session KIRKWOOD - Members of ttia King's Daughters Sunday School Class of the Methodist Church met at the church Tuesday for their annual potluck dinner. Mrs. Carrie Moore, president, read an inspirational article, ait* er which Mrs. Anna Mcintosh had charge of devotions, ami read an article by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, A memorial was held for Mrs, Olive Kelly, who for many years had been the teacher of the class. Mrs. Ruth tlAwson played on the piano while Mrs. Moore read. Members present signed cords to send to Mrs. Margaret Lauver and Mrs. Earp. AT • FRANK - JEWELERS Sidewalk Day Only! * Carrousel FPFF A *- TK,y I IXLiBB Cheese Board both decorative and functional. With purchase of $9.95 er mora —SEE OUR SIDEWALK DAY SPECIALS—, 39c - 69c - 82c -'1.00 (YOUR CHOICE) 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, Illinois I JEWELERS Kline's Cloudy or Sunny the Borgoins ore Great Wed. During Downtown Galesburg Sidewalk Day WOMEN'S DRESSES i Women's Blouses Sleeveless blouses in prints or solid colors. Sizes 32 to 38. $100 Sunbacks, sleeveless or short sleeve dresses — many sizes. Women's Sleep wear $J5Q WOMEN'S JAMAICAS Regular to 3.98 Jamaicas in a wide assortment of colors. Large assortment gowns or pajamas. Sizes 10 to 18. Women's Swimsuits Name brand swimsuits. Sold regular at $19.95 - Save half. Women's Hots Large assortment of women's summer white hats — Regular to 5.00. House or Beach Coats All cotton or cotton terry cloth house or beach coats — Regular 3.98. ,00 $100 00 Summer Handbags $100 " GIRLS' DRESSES Girls' summer dresses all at this one low price regardless of regular price. CHILDREN'S PLAYWEAR Large asst. shorts, sun- suits, tops. Boys or girts of nearly all ages. c Summer whites or straws. Basic or novelty styles. Wms Better Dresses Name brands included in this large assortment. Juniors, missy, half sizes. Girls' Swimsuits Girls' better swimsuits in sizes 3 to 14. Regular $3.98. Better Playwear Better Jamaicas, short sets, blouses and polos. Nearly all sizes. 9x12 Nylon Rugs ^ Regular 29.95 9 ft. by 12 ft. all nylon rugs with foam rubber back. Better Blankets Regular to $8.95 full size blankets — good assortment of colors. Tier Curtains Remaining stock of manufacturers closeouts. Regular 2.98 and 3.98. $A00 $*50 00 00 $coo 50 Also Mony Summer Items on Sole Indoors

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