Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 12
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12 Qofgiburo Reais>er-MQil. Golesbura HI, Mendav, July )5, 1963 Biggsvttle Couple Vacationing At Marquette Heights fitO(JSVILLB - Mr. and Mrs,, mons and Mr. and Mrs. fiari Mil* W. H. Simmons are spending part of their vacation in Marquette Heights, with their sdtt -in*law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Milligan. They were accompanied to Marquette Heights by their granddaughter, Denise Milligan, who spent the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim- GIGANTIC SAVINGS at our Sidewalk DAY Tables EISA MARIE SHOP and BER1 NORD JEWELER 314 E. MAIN ST. ligan. Attend Party Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mitroy were guests at a birthday party for Chester Downes in Abingdon July 6. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell, LaFayette; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Danielson, Galesburg; Mrs. Louise Mahannah, Mrs. Agnes Eldridge, Abingdon, and Mrs. Edgar Shoemaker, London Mills. Visit in fiast Page Randall Sr. and granddaughter, Debbie Randall, with Rex Armstrong of Monmouth, visited Randall's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Birchfield of Altoona, Pa. Mrs. Birchfield and three children accompanied her father home for a visit. From Indiana Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stephenson, Syracuse, Ind., visited overnight with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cochran. Mrs. Stephenson is the former Marie Carwile of Biggsville. Plan Breakfast Mrs. Charles Hendrickson, as hostess, will entertain the Happy Hour Club at a breakfast Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the South Henderson Church. SIDEWALK SALE DAY SPECIALS HALF SLIPS .'2.00 PACKS 'EM IN—Paddy wagon scene, a highly hilarious moment in the Mirfsch Company's Technicolor-Panavision comedy "Irma La Douce," now at the Orpheum Theater. Jack Lemmon, who co-stars with Shirley MacLaine as Irma, is seen packing 'em in. Sleepwear »2-*3 GIRDLES for 00 BRAS 1.49 DUSTERS and PEIGNOIRS $ 4.00 223 E. Main St. Floridan Greeted at Fairview FAIRVIEW - Mrs. Cora Piatt of Miami, Fla., is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hendry Bennett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hagaman and family of Belleville are visiting here with relatives. Mrs. Eda White has returned from a 2-day visit in LaGrange. Lucille Leske and Eva Crawley came home with her. Supper, guests Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Ethel Vin Camp were Fred Churchill, Mrs. Mary Taylor and children, of Canton, and Mrs. Zane Prichard and son of Bloomington. Mrs. Sarah Ziviemer of California is visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Geraldine Schleich. The Philathea class met Tuesday in the home of Miss Hazel Schleich, with Mrs. Mildred Wilson assisting. Mrs. Sarah Ziviem­ er of California was a guest. More than $750,000,000 in estates is administered by the Veterans Administration for minors and mentally incompetent persons. Heart's Jewelers Sidewalk Days Insulated TUMBLERS ODDS & ENDS Vases — Ash Trays Tie Bar and Cuff Link Sets Auto Trouble Lites Costume Jewelry Salt & Pepper Sets Gift Novelties Values to $3.98 69 STERLING RINGS Double Initials JUMBO 13 oz. Asst. colors 19' ea. Values to $2.50- 39c Egg Cups Brass Waste Basket Water Tumblers Odds & Ends in crystal Values to $5.98_. 89c Cameras Lg. Waste Baskets Colored Vases 1 Doz. Roses Fat-Free Bakeware 24 Brush Rollers and Pins Diaper Bags Liter & Ash Tray Sets Tote Bags 8 Paint Brushes Non-glare Car Mirror Fishing Rod & Reel UNIVERSAL Hair Dryer 2 yr. guarantee Reg. $| £88 $19.95 |9 Reg. $3.98. 89' Friendship RINGS Yellow Gold Reg. $4.95. $2» SILVERWARE VALERIE by ONEIDA 50 pc. SET 16 Teaspoons 8 Forks 8 Knives 8 Salad Forks Reg. $24.98 8 Soup Spoons 1 Butter Knife 1 Sugar Spoon WATCHES LaSALLE MEDANA Reg. $7.98 to $19.98 OFF MEN'S 7 JEWEL Values to $35.00__- $ 10 19 3 1 RECORD PLAYERS FLOOR SAMPLES $ 20°° STEREO HI-FI - Reg. $49.95 _. G.E. STEREO HI-FI - Reg. $69.95 1 PHILCO - Reg. $84.95 1 ADMIRAL - Reg. $84.95 _. $ 59 95 74 95 Costume Jewelry Values to $5.95 39c CAMERAS $119 Spartus Rocket With Flash Reg. $3.98 Folding some with FLASH Values to $45.00 SJ00 Knapp-Monarch Corn Popper Reg. $*88 $7.95 *t Stone Rings Ruby - Sapphire - Pearl Onyx - Initial - Zircon etc. Reg. $15.98 Reg. $19.98 Reg. $25.00 Balance of Stock $^88 $13 88 $!6 88 OFF DISHES 10c-19c-25c 5 W 20 Pc. Set $ Reg. $15.95 45 Pc. Melmac Serv. for 8 $ Reg. $29.95 18" HEARTS Jewelers 316 E. MAIN Come Inside Oaly a few Values oo Street Stand Guests Greeted At Bishop Hill Class Session BISHOP HILL - The Philathea Class met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Edson Coon, with Mrs. George Engstrom as assisting hostess. Members of the former Esther Class were guests. They were Miss Nettie Nordstrom, Mrs. Marie Kelly and Mrs. Lorena Honson. Miss Margaret Jacobson announced that Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen of Del Ray Beach, Fla., will be in this area and will show pictures of their trip around the world. Plans were made for a public gathering at the Community Methodist Church Aug. 7 at 8 p.m., when Mr. and Mrs. Allen will be here to show their pictures. Mrs. Allen is the former Mrs. C. H. Malmquist, who, with Rev. C. H. Malmquist, served the Bishop Hill and Galva Grace Methodist churches. CITY DESTROYER—The girls are only two feet high; the moth is "Mothra," a winged monster capable of destroying cities. It's a scene from "Mothra," new Columbia science-fiction thriller in Tohoscope and Eastman Color. Now showing at the West Theatre. Child's Delight Phenomenon Leonardo de Vinci first explained the phenomenon called the "old moon in the new moon's arms." Da Vinci proved that the strange sight was caused, by moonshine and "earthshine." 6y £U«*A WkafiU NOTE: Send pattern orders direct to New York. Watch address ' below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office. Ho-hum—sleepy boy! Just the right doll for a sleepy child. He's a sock doll and has a sister in this pattern. And she's wide awake t One. pair delights child. Pattern 886: directions; pattern dolls, pajamas, nightgown. Thlrly-iive cents In coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,,. care of Galesburg Register-Mail, 74, Needlecraft Dept.. P O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly MID-SUMMER SALE PIANOS - ORGANS SAVE UP TO 20% New Spinet PIANOS A « low Ai On Pianos • BALDWIN • ACROSONIC • HOWARD • HAMILTON $ 488 00 Save up to 10% on New BALDWIN ORGANS Spinet Organs from 495 00 TERMS — UP TO 36 MONTHS Open Monday and Friday Night til 9:00 Across from Arlans 1299 N. Henderson Street 343-6914 Floridan Is Visitor at N. Henderson NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berish of Florida and Mrs. Mildred Peterson of Galesburg visited a day the .past week with Mrs. Tillie Humes. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saylor and LaVergne Holmes drove recently to Marshalltown, Iowa, to accompany home Jennie Holmes. She was a patient at the Wolfe Clinic. The following attended a picnic July 7 at Long view Park at Rock Island: Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Humes, John, Connie and Dana, and Mrs. Tillie Humes of North Henderson, Mrs. Madge McReynolds of Alexis, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hiett, Jerri Jordon, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wenstron and Lori of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Van De Velde and daughters of Rock Island, Mr. and Mrs. David Filbert and daughters of Port Byron and Gayle McReynolds and Ricky of Moline. Family Visit* Alpha Home ALPttA-Mf. and Mrs, Petef Bohman and three children of Harrbdsbtirg, Ky., visited recent* ly at the home of his brother Reuben and family. Other guests at the Bohmart home were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bohman and family of Galesburg. The Peter Bohmans are on vacation and wilt visit relatives in Moline and Orion. Airman l.C. Larry Plunkett arrived home Wednesday from Formosa, where he had been stationed for PA years to spend a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Plunkett. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Willett moved last week from Moline to the Mrs. Julia Gabrielson residence in the north part of town. Mr. and Mrs. William Andrew, Accompanied by Mrs. Hannah Green of Rio, left Saturday for i vacation to Borger, fex. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Sonncnburg of Albla, Iowa, mte Sunday visitors at the Eugene Jordan home. The adult Atlantic mackerel would suffocate if it stopped swimming, since it requires a con* tinuous flow of water to keep its blood supplied with sufficient oxygen. HEAD THE WANT ADS! DR. L. ERNSniN OPTOMITRIST CONTACT 1INSII IYIS IXAMINID LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. HMi» or M1-M1T 131 E. 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