Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
Page 14
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14 Gotesburo Register-Moil, Gole^buro, HI, Monday, July 15, 1963 Gifeon Couple Return From Trip to Iowa GtLSON — Mr. and Mrs. Marold Batikes have returned from Relnbeck, Iowa, where they visited hef parents, Mr.' and Mrs. John Burns, and attended a family reunion. Accompanying them Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Mort Comfort FASTEETH, ft pleasant alkaline (ftoii'acld) powder, holds false teeth mbre firmly .To eat and talk in more comfort, Just sprinkle a little PAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling, checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any dniK counter were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carlyle of Rock Island. Others of her family present were her brother-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ellis of Empire, Ore, and Mrs. Arlene Streigel and son Steve, Anderson, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McLaren, Stevie arid Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Huston and family left Monday to spend a few days of their vacation in the Ozarks. Sam Cline, rural carrier out of Gilson, and family are on vacation and attended a cerriers convention in Peoria. The sub-carrier, Guy Bates, is taking the rural route. When Abraham Lincoln's father sold his 36-acre Kentucky farm in 1816 he received $20 cash and 400 gallons of bourbon worth about $600. Doyle Gift Shop SIDEWALK DAY SPECIAL Regular $4.00 Size Metal Garden CANDLE HOLDERS with long burning candles in blue, green and yellow NOW $3.25 Size NOW 1 each Regular $2.25 Size NOW 1 These are lovely tall decorative holders and have many uses. |25 Popular Putlomr PRINTED PATTERN 4578 SIZES 10-18 175 25 319 E. MAIN ST. NOTE; Send pattern of den direct to New York. Watch addrtia below. Orderi will NOT be accepted at Gaiesburg newipaper office Relaxed pullover—favorite look of the fashion world! See how stitching points up flip collar and side slits. Sleek skirt has back pleat. Printed Pattern 4578: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 3 3 ,i yards* 35-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coin.v toi this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Gaiesburg Register- Mail. 411, Pattern Dept. 243 W 17th St.. New York 11, N Y Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE!. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER Just out I 304 design Ideas plus coupon for FREE pattern any one you choose in new Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now Coffee was so important in ancient Turkey that if a Turk failed to keep his wife supplied with coffee, she had grounds for divorce. OhioamVkitl Residence at Smithshire SMlTHSHtRE - Mr, and Mrs. Lester James have returned to their home fit Lockport after a few days in the home of his mother, Mrs. Alta James and sister Alice. Other guests in the home are Mrs. James' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shull of New Philadelphia, Ohio, who are spending a 2-week vacation here. She is the former Miss Elizabeth James of Gladstone. Mrs. D. H. Wheetley accompanied Mrs. Delmar Wheeetley to Rochester, Minn., where the tatter's husband submitted to surgery at the Mayo Clinic last weekend. She has returned home and reports Mr. Wheetley is recovering nicely. Mrs. Robert Lee Lewis went to Gaiesburg and met her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wheetley, who arrived via train from' their winter home in Brownsville, Texas. They will spend the remainder of the summer in Monmouth. Mrs. Merle Street recently attended the wedding of her nephew David Larson, and Nicola Jane Hakes at Chillicothe. He is the grandson of Mrs. Bess Ransdell, former Gladstone resident. The wedding took place at the First Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pullen and Tommy spent a weekend with her sister, Mrs. John Stable, husband and sons in Moont Vernon. James Thomas of Kalamazoo Mich., is a guest in the home of his brother and wife,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas. Jacqueline Allen spent a week with Karen Allen in Springfield, and her brother Michael visited in the home of his uncle Ronnie in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mead Sr. returned Sunday to their home here after a visit in the home of their son Kenneth in Blue Island. While there they accompanied Kenneth on a trip to Wisconsin. Mrs. Ethel Owens, Sycamore, and Mary Smith of DeKalb, are guests in the Keifh Hedges home. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Babcock has mrt mm WAY-D? J. R. wm*m X, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17th MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESS OXFORDS $ 3 $Q87 . $787 & Values t o $14.98 WOMEN'S WOMEN'S Dress Shoes Dress Flats High or Medium Heel All Colors — AAA to C Most Colors — AVi to 10 Sizes 4! 2 o 10 $^87 *2 87 2 >< $ 5 Reg. 99c GENUINE CANNON NYLONS 3 Pr. PURSES STRAWS - PLASTICS Big $| 87 Selection I MEN'S AND BOYS' WOMEN'S U. S. Made Washable All Sizes U. S. Kedetts • All Colors • N and M Widths • 41 2 to 10 CHILDREN'S CANVAS U. S. Made — Washable All Sizes $087 2 $ 5 Pair Pair CHILDREN'S SHOES Most sizes and colors. * 1 87 RT SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY 8 A.M. — PRICES EFFECTIVE WHIli MERCHANDISE LASTS. Shane&Showers 153 EAST MAIN STREET — ACROSS FROM WALGREENS The Family Thoe Store T T WHV MOTHERS fiBT 6KAY «WIL Ml, t«* TU t»* HI Ml* ' returned from Peoria, where they attended a rural mail carriers convention. To make sure meats retain their juices, the Spanish brush steaks and chops with olive oil. Toulon Region Elects Officers TOULON - fhe Touloli AfflefK can Legion Post held its regular meeting July 9. Roger Anderson and Robert Williamson gave reports on their week at Boys State. Charles M. Wilson reported on his recent efefi* tion as commander of 3rd Divis- sion and other activities. New officers for the coming yeflf were elected as follows* Cohlmandef, Fred 0. ffcatoftt senior vice commander, Charles M. Wilson; junior vice ctfmmflnd* efV ftoy It. Sehmidt, and sergeant* at*arffis ;;/WH!iatH o. furribull. ftojr Schmidt is the retiring command* et. Some of the currents feeding the Gulf Stream surge through the Gulf of Mexico but they hard* ly mix at all with its waters. Rent Electric Carpet Shampeoer FOR ONLY '1 Now. you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $l per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo Save big with this easy to use "do It yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed with the pew look of your carpeting. Available at WHILE QUANTITIES LASTI 19" POWER LAWN MOWER VA H.P. Briggs- Stratton Engine $22 66 Recoil Starter CLOSEOUT PRICE SPECIAL — SAVE $4.00 irr ROTARY t*488 22' MOWER *34" Price Effective MONDAY Thru WEDNESDAY OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY SAVE WITH EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! CROQUET SETS SELECT HARDWOOD $ J88 4 PLAYER 5" Mallei Heads Color Striping And Varnished SHOP COMPARE SAVE AT OSCO 6 PLAYER 6" Mallet Heads Smart Enameled ' Rack, Rock Maple Balls $J88 CLOSED SUNDAYSI r AW -itiiiiiMMil Oranges 11 ox. Can 19 NaitAuf 'GELATIN CAPSULES To help grow healthier and stronger fingernails. Take NAIL AID gelatin capsules and watch YOUR naili improve. 50 capsules, only $1.00 100 capsules/ $1.95 To help stop g^. , , gjsjc to dbreath Colgate I - DENTAL rnEAM WM A — hfilpsfight decay/ Brush 3 Ways Clean The Co/gate Way! LARGE SIZE TUBE 28c GIANT SIZE TUBE 42* ECON. SIZE TUBE 58* FAM. SIZE TUBE 68* HIGH IN QUALITY S QUIBB | MINERAL OlUSSSk 74c PINT PURE JELLY! BLACK RASPBERRY 10 RED RASPBERRY OZ. BLACKBERRY GLASS 19 GOLF BALLS TAM O'SHANTER CUT PROOF COVER 3 BALLS in you/u tiewds... UAoKtshow in ytou/Lhai /cJ TRAVEL SIZE TUBE — VA ox. 47* LARGE SIZE TUBE-3'j oz. 77* Pursettesi By CAMPANA Smaller, daintier TAMPON with greater absorbency. IPINFADDI F CRUSHED — oic iniisLMrrLL or SLICED IN HEAVY SYRUP XI SUMMER FURNITURE! 2" BOX TYPE MATTRESS 25"x72" t J *tftft FOLDING BED r 12 88 PICNIC SUPPLIES! COLEMAN SPORTSTER tflftft CAMP STOVE XL. $ 8 88 COMFORTABLE LAWN, or PORCH t<%00 WOODEN CHAIR 3 COLEMAN 2 BURNER wim F 1 4 4 Aft CAMP STOVE S 11" SUN FAST FLORAL DESIGN tlftft LAWN CHAIR r «Z T 8 COLEMAN SINGLE MANTLE * J A 00 LANTERN 2X\ T :r II 88 24x60 INCH METAL £ f*(ftO FOLDING TABLE Si" 5" COLEMAN PITCHER POUR JUST $^99 PICNIC JUG OF T H I SE <# T

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