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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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Alcximm Vhit Kin In Oregon ALtSXfS — Mr. nnd Mrs. Cleo Hill fti*e Visaing Mrs. Hill's sister, Mrs. Martin Sorenson hi Albany, Ore, Mr. find Mrs. Herman Deuth flficl daughters, Jim Pctlit of GranvHIe, Robert Dcuth of Peoria, Mr, and Mrs.' Fred Goodnight and Mary Ann of Moline and Edith Deuth were entertained Sunday In the hom« of Mrs. B «8* Newcomer it « birthday dinner for Deuth. * Richard Herron is a patient in Veterans Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa, for cxamhiation and treat* ment. Monday Evening Bridge Club was entertained in home of Mrs. Richard Lamkins. Bridge was played and dessert served. Fa* vors were won by Mrs. John Olin and Mrs. Richard Johnson. Mrs. Donald Van Fleet was guest. Mr. and Mrs. Marry Crow of Keithsburg were supper guests of Mrs. Eva Nelson Wednesday. Mrs. William Caslin attended CARNIVAL By Dick Turner 10V MB! ii§n Tuesdty.W*dn«iday-Thunday Don't Mitt Itl Hours: 10 A.M. i 0 5 00 » M, iflii ppi fj§tj m • ftofhm I get a beautiful 5x7 picture for on "59* AGES: INFANTS TO 12 YEARS Here's all you do! Just bring your children I to our store on *h c dates shown and our YOUR I s P ecia ' lst in c b<ld photography will take I WWH | sevcra i cu t e poses. You'll get to see your lovely finished pictures in just a few days. Your choice from beautifully finished pictures (not proofs) 5 X 7's and wallet size. 1 8x10 from studio selected pose ... the "Ideal Family Package." One or two children in each family will be photographed singly for only 59<f each. Groups: $1.00 per person. Extra Cfhild: 5x7, $J.50. EXTRA SPECIAL! Finished wallet-size pictures, 2V4 x 3V4, less than 50f£ each in a group of 4, same pose. 227 EAST MAIN STREET "Maybe we should make ]utt a LITTLE noise, Alex! My mother always hears me when I'm being; too quiet!*' wedding of her granddaughter, Toni Bell, in Chicago last week. Mrs. Jerry Purlee and children returned from a visit with her mother in Jefferson, Mo. Marking 97th Year William Nesbit.-who will be 97 July 19, was honored guest at a dinner Sunday in the home of his son in Aledo. His sons and daughters attended. Miss Janet Cahoon of Bettendorf, spent a weekend with her mother, Mrs, C. D. Cahoon. Miss Sherry Bertelson, who is employed in Davenport, spent a weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bertelson. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thompson and children of Rantoul and Mrs. Katherine Kirby of Peoria visited over the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Katherine Thompson. Mrs. Bascom Merchant of Houston, Tex., is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Luker. Leave for Arizona Mrs. Lawrence Barry, Raymond, Rodney and Rhonda left Saturday for Tucson, Ariz., to visit her mother, Mrs. Ruth Reese. Mrs. Everett Reynolds, Mrs. Francis Baker, Carole and Roger returned home Tuesday after 2- week vacation visiting their aunt and sister in California and Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Ernestine Meeker was taken to Monmouth Hospital Monday for treatment. Maj. and Mrs. WHIiam Caslin and family of Dunfries, Va,, are visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. William Caslin. Viola Church Women to Buy Kitchen Items VIOLA — The ways and means committee presented a list of articles for the church kitchen when the women of First United Presbyterian Church met July 11 with Mrs. Edwin Morris, Mrs. Dick Smith and Mrs. Roscoe Davenport as hostesses. The treasurer reported $259 received at the recent ice cream social. The association women will serve the noon meal to the personnel and their assistants at the July 16 bloodmobile stop in Viola, at the Winola High School. Plans were" made to hold a 10c ON THE DOLLAR on Many Item- SHOP SAVE AT HAWTHORNE DRUG CO 15 E. MAIN IDEWALK -i * V x FECIALS rsM&Mm 8,6 ROlL __iMMl SCOTT KIDDIES TOWELS ICE CREAM CONES — WBY I V/YTCLd BALLOONS _ FREE GRAB BAGS $1.00 50 CHANTILLY DUET—Liq. Skin Sachet Eau de Toilette __' Reg. 3.85 2.49 SPRAY MIST, 13/4-01. Reg. 2.50 1.49 EAU DE TOILETTE, l-oi. Reg. 2.00 1.39 EAU DE TOILETTE SPRAY, 2V2-oz._Reg. 3.50 2.39 DRY SKIN BATH OIL, 4-ox. Reg. 3.00 1.99 FLATTER IE DUSTING POWDER, 6Va-oi. Reg. 2.50 1.49 DUSTING POWDER, ——Reg, 5.00 3.29 SPRAY PERFUME, V4 -0*. Reg. 5.00 3.29 EAU DE TOILETTE with Sep. Atom—Reg. 3.75 2.49 SHULTON "ESCAPADE" Toilet Water, JVi**— Reg. 1.50 .99 "ESCAPADE" Dusting Powd„ 7.©*,—Reg. 1.50 .99 DRY ROUGE COMPACT -Reg. 1.50 ,99 POUDRE AIRIEN, 3*oi. _ ...Reg. 2.00 1.39 POUDRi AIRIEN, S^oi. Reg. 3.00 1.99 ECLATOE VELOUR COMPACT —Reg. 250 1.49 COUGH and COLD PREPARATIONS Vi Price GOOD MERCHANDISE Shaving Cream 15< Asst. Tube LITTLE WARRIOR PLASTIC QUICK BANDS 32 Asst. Reg. 43c LORI BUBBLE BATH 15 oz. - Value 3.00 for .98c FAST Home Permanent *1.00 Reg. $2.00 CARA NOME COSMETICS PRICE FAST DANDRUFF TREATMENT SHAMPOO Reg. 98c BRITE SET HAIR SPRAY Reg. $1.50 SUGAR SUBSTITUTE SWEET NETS Reg. 98c 25^ BABY CARE SOAP, SHAMPOO, Etc. PRICE ICE BUCKET 99c 6.95 Value HAIR DRYER 9.95 Value $ 6.00 Vacationer Returns to Keithsburg KEITHSBURG - Mrs. Blanche LeMoft returned home Tuesday after a 3-week vacation with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Underwood of Ely- rla, Ohio. They all spent a week's vacation in Canada and Cape Cod. Etvln Oluba, who is stationed in the Navy at Arlington, Va., is spending his leave with his mother, Mrs. Lena Gluba, and other Golesburg. faoistej^Moi l t , Ggjesburg,...! !J» Monday, July I3, 1963 13 backyard sale at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Morris Aug. 17. The devotions were conducted by Mrs. Anna Haney. Margaret McCreight played two organ numbers and Mrs. Gertrude Morris gave the lesson study for the month. relatives. He will leave July 14 for Minsovia, Liberia, Africa, where he will be stationed. Mrs. Kenneth Tibbits and grandson, Jimmy Stewart, returned Sunday after spending three weeks with her grandson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart Jr. in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Tibbits went to Denver to care for her three greatgrandchildren while the oldest had her sixth skin graft operation at the Fitzsimmons General Hospital in Denver. Tibbits and Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart Sr. went to Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Tibbits returned home with them Sunday. On July 18, the Faith Circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold its regular meeting at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Lucile McKown of Aledo, will show slides of her recent trip to New Zealand and Australia. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Member Honored By Rio OES MO—At recent meeting of the Rio Order of Eastern Star, Mrs. Bess Johnson, a member of the Rio chapter, was escorted and introduced as guest of honor. Sickness and distress reports were as follows; Minnie Larson was reported ill, Mrs. Pearl Duffield has had surgery, Sennett Richmond was able to be home from the hospital. Theola Nelson had surgery and was improving, the granddaughter of Mildred and Rollo Fritz was reported ill and Mrs. Gertrude Mansfield Is much improved. Sympathy was extended to Mr. and Mrs, Art Bloomer for the loss of their niece. Next meeting will be held July 15. This will be Friends Night. The meeting is formal and gifla are optional. SIDEWALK SALE WEDNESDAY 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. BARBIE A KEN $#) COMBINATION TRUNK Reg. 5.00 a£«7/ STICK HORSES - Reg. 1.00 49c ^^^^S=^^= . .. TOYS . . . 1 Kiddie Korner 343-9719 "ON THE SQUARE" GALESBURG for one-stop family shopping and saving! 1L Beacon or Cannon BIG 3-LB. BLANKET S£» 933 3 Days ^% Only! ^0 5" nylon binding! Warm- weight rayon blankets with 6% nylon or acrylic for longer wear. 72x90". Many lovely colors. Sale priced! «TAI Chtmurand Corf. Reg. 1.00! 3 Days Only! SHEET BLANKETS Cannon or Beacon. '' Soft rayon. %-lb. Plaid or all-white. As Advertised on TV I TINY CHATTY BABY and HER BROTHER 24" BARBECUE GRILL MOTORIZED SPIT WITH HOOD REG. 9.99? Reg. 7.98/ 3 Days? Poly FOAM PILLOWS 21x27" cut size, maj Soft shredded poly I foam. Stripe cover. I 3 Days Only! White Muslin CANNON SHEETS 164 174 I ft.0. 81 X I • J.S9 108" • 72* 108" Reg. 2.07 ftftth Art IS" Ml 11 Thing* ifiiiitisii f K«lv*Iv« They're New! J While Quantities Las\l Mattel's newest! Both tots say 11 different things when you pull the Chatty Ring™. Both dressed in blue outfits. Specialt Combination of BABY DOLL in CRADLE 3" iiiddly baby has closing eyes, rooted hair. Dressed in romper. With cradle, blanker. BOTH faro* baby doll and /org* a adit lot only f» Reg. 4.99! 3 Days Only! 17" RIDER HORSE Scoots around on A00 casters. Vinyl head, •& sturdy plush body. ' •a* Rayon Phnk Reg, 2.97! 3 Days On/y| MUSICAL TOYS 77 Cuddly bears, dogs' and kittens play nursery melodies! T SIDEWALK DAY SPECIALS Girl's Knee Coppers, Reg, to $1.58 83c Girls* Copris, Reg, to $1.97 $1.33 Ladies' Jamoicos, Reg. $1.00 68c Sleeveless Blouses, Reg, to $1.97 97c Sheath Dresses, Reg. to $3.97$ 1.47 to $2.97 Jamaica Sets, Reg. $2.97 $1.47 Infants Sun Suits, Reg, to $1.27 67c Children's Jamaica Sets, Reg. $1.99—$1.37 Toddlers Sleepers, Reg. $1.00 77c Boys' Play Shorts, Reg. 39c Boys' Deck Pants ,Reg. $1.99- 3 for 99c 97c Boys' Polo Shirts, Reg. $1.00 Assorted Polyware, Reg. to $1.29 88c 57c Children's Dresses, Reg. $1.99 $1.37 Infants Creepers, Reg. $1.74 97c Infants Plastic Pants, Reg. 25c- 10c Children's and Ladies' Thongs, Reg. to 43c-. 22c ond 28c Aqua Net Hair Spray, Reg. $1.47, 73c pi. tax AMT Customizing Kits, Reg. $1.49 97c Comic Books, Reg. 2 for 49c 19c Bar-B-Sorb, Reg. 89c 39c Lawn Figures, Reg. $2.98 $2.57 Boys' Pajamas, Reg. $2.16 $1.47 Artificial Flowers, Reg. 10c 5c Five 45 RPM Hits <Reg^$1.00 Refrigerator Sets .. ^__88c 53c to 97c JUMBO SNO CONES 10c SUBMARINE SANDWICHES - - 4 for $ 1.00 Meat Loaf Dinner with Beverage and Ice Cream 77c SHOP WITHOUT CASH - w C/fMC£ IT" AT KRESGE'S

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