Btisitiess News Dealers Attend 2-Day Session In Nebraska Wayne Kirkendnll of Galesburg And Jim Lavcr of Kirkwood, were among 50 dealers who recently attended a 2-day sales-products meeting at Behlcn Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Neb. The two joined dealers from Illinois, Indiana and Iowa in sessions on new products developments, new building designs and Woman Nearly Itches To Death "I Hiarly itched to death . yhytars.Tbtnlfounda tietv wonder crtme.Now » I'm happy," writes Mrs. P. Ramsayo/LA, Calif. Here'* bleised relief from tortures of vaginal itch, fecial itch, chafing, rash and eczema with an amazinencw scientific formulacallcdLANACANK.Thisfast-aAing medicated cremc kills harmful bacteria germs while ft soothes raw, irritated and inflamed tissue. Stops scratching—so speeds healing. Don't suffer I Get LANACANK at druggists. in seeing the Behlen atomic test building which successfully withstood a civil defense A-blast in 1955. Among the new products which they saw in operation was the Behlen Pork Factory and a mesh welder which produces corn cribs. Kirkendall Is with Kirk's Lumber Co., Galesburg, while Laver is with Kirkwood Central Feed k Produce. Firm Continues* Record Setting Production Investors v Security Life Insurance Co,, of Arlington Heights, continues its top production with over $5 million reported in May. The company sold $100 million of insurance during its first 2V* years of operation and established a world record for production. The co-founders are James H. Hall, president, and Garry F. Connell Jr,', executive vice president. The company is based on com Vfe' bC^V ^^^^I .... • r that nagging fear of brake failure I ' Get Our Safety Service 1 ' BRAKE ADJUSTMENT Any American] Car Just say "Charge /*"...Take months to pay NEW TREADS APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE NARROW OR WIDE DESIGN TUBELESS OR TUBE-TYPE 4 FOR 49 Plus tax and 4 trade-In tiro* FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK! TOM MOOTY Store Manager Tire Specialist Store Hours: Tues., Wed., Thurs. 7:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Mon. and Fri. 7:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday Only 7:30 lo 5 P.M. ireston For Fast, Efficient Tire, Brake and Alignment Service By Experts with Precision Equipment HI «. Simmon* - 943-3179 - Galesburg, III. Belmont Area ARC Workers Announced GgMbufftJtegis^ Monday, July 15, 1963 2J mm BELMONT — Mrs. Dean Anderson has been named blood donor recruiting chairman of Bald Bluff Township for the bloodmobile reception July 1 at Oquawka, Mrs. Paul Shaw, Mrs. Ralph Hastings and Mrs. Fred Olson are assisting with the recruiting in various areas of the township. Henderson County has been added to the Knox County Regional Blood Center. The annual seminar of the WSCS will be held at the First Methodist Church in Monmouth Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McNeal and Mary Kay and Miss Linda Zippe spent a week in Denver, Coto, bination programs, known as balanced investment plans. An investor can obtain high cash value insurance with guaranteed cash returns annually, and if desired, shares in a mutual fund that holds insurance stocks. To set up a balanced program, Connell suggests insurance against illness or death to the breadwinner, a guaranteed fixed- dollar return program as a deflationary hedge and investments in growing equities as an inflationary hedge. Lee McNeal spent a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Glidden of' New Boston. BaM Btaff Sunshine Ctab The 4-H Club met at the home of Miss Penny Rowley Tuesday. Talks were given by the following: Linda Dreher, "What the Basic Four Means to You;" Trudy Hale, "Why Be Healthy?" Carol Hale, "Calorie Talk," and Sally Kaualarich, "Art of Smart Dressing." Demonstrations were "Funny Cake," Penny Rowley; "French Toast," Mary Kay McNeal, and "Table Setting," Lois Melton. A bur of Burlington was planned for Aug. 2. The girls are to attend a beauty clinic July 17 at Biggsville. Dr. Winston Ditto will discuss skin problems and the Burlington Beauty Academy will give hints on hair care. Mrs. Fisher checked the girls' sewing. The next meeting will be the local achievement at the Belmont church Tuesday at 2 p.m., with the mothers of the 4-H Girls and the Bald Bluff Hpmemakers Exten sion Association members as guests. Priscilla Club Meets Mrs. Daryl Dowell entertained the Priscilla Club Wednesday. A guest was Mrs. Mabel Dowell. Doyle Gift Shop SIDEWALK DAY SPECIAL I m Coffee Mugs I Perfect for your own use I or to give os o gift ^ 3for $ 1°° You'll want several sets at this special price Cards Were signed for Mrs. Stan- Icy Stevens and' Mrs. Effic Morris Laymon. Mrs. Pete Fredrickson, Mrs. Paul Dreher, Mrs. Mabel Dowell and Mrs. Myrtle Ash received prizes from various contests. Mrs. Ash received the special prize. Mrs. Torrence Free presented a paper on the bloodmobile project. Mrs. Emil Johnson and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson attended the guest day tea at the Zion Lutheran Church in North Henderson Thursday. Belmont Rricfs Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Squire of Galesburg. Other guests were Miss Judy Squire and Donald Fredrickson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson of Michigan City, Ind., came to the James Hottle home for a visit. The men visited several points of interest in Wisconsin July 7. They visited at the Leo Smith home July 8. Mrs. Lawrence Lee and children of Kirkwood spent Wednesday at the Merlin Shike home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith and the William Smith family were Thursday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waugh in Little York. Mr. and Mrs. James Hottie were evening callers. Oxford LegionUnit Seats Officers Carolyn Colo and Julie flriger* reported on Girls State which trow, attended at Jacksonville, Two books have been donated to the AlWood Grade School library, namely, "Thomas Jeffer* - J ft ALPHA—Mrs. Max Plunkett fn- stalled the following new officers at the meeting Wednesday night of the Oxford Legion Auxiliary at the Legion Home. Mrs. Sidney Cole, president; Mrs. John Buban, first vice presi thanks were read from this hos pital for the party and also a letter for cash contribution sent to Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Children's School at Quincy. Wins Citations . . „ , , „ . ,, Two citations have been re- dent; Mrs Robert Bnggs, second celve(l for excceding the mcm . vice president; Mrs Tony Bubnn bmhip qnoln , finc , for contrHn , Jr., treasurer; Mrs. Robert Mont- lion gjven to thc n | ne . point re . tar, secretary; Mrs. Basil Jor- habllitation program by Feb. clan, historian; Mrs. W. D. Knut- j( K ; 3 son, chaplain, and Mrs. James Horine, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Marie Strandberg Is the retiring president. Mrs. Mcntzcr reported on thc ward party held recently at the Research Hospital in Galesburg, and letters of son and His World" and /'Nflvfll Wars and Heroes,'* Hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Kelly, Mrs. Eugene Wallln, Mrs, Lawrence Barton and Mrs. Lot- tic Spore. Kirkwood Scouts Attend Picnic KIRKWOOD — Thc Brownie Scouts had a picnic at Crapo | Park, Burlington, July 10. Mr ind Mrs.'Gene Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ortery and Mrs. Otho Miller drove cars. Mrs. Richard Specr also was present. The group brought sack lunches for thc picnic and in thc afternoon they went swimming. All girls who will be in the ourth grade this fall are to meet with thc Junior Scouts July 18 at Young's Lake. Those wishing a ride were asked to meet at the Woman's Club Building at 11:30 a.m. The mothers were welcomed to come. SHOW DOWNTOWN ... ON THE STREET and in OUR AIR CONDITIONED STORE News Notes Of Smithshire SM1THSHIRE - Miss Carol Reynolds left July 8 to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Steve Magee and family in Eu gene, Ore. and help care for her nephew, Paul, who is in a cast Mrs. Carl Davis was removed by ambulance Tuesday to the hos pital at Aledo after taking suddenly ill. Farrand Brent entered Monmouth Hospital July 6 for treat ment. The Coursey family had a reunion July 6 at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Edwards. All sisters and one brother were present. They are Mrs. Delia Davis, Mrs. Mol lie Marlow of Golden; Tom Cour sey and Mrs. Jessie Tresham o Monmouth; Mrs. Ethel Marlowe of Winfield and Mrs. Cecil Brown 2 RACKS DRESSES $T00 and * 10 00 SOME SWIM SUITS $500 $fi°0 Values to $19.95__. and Gilson Store Has Anniversary GILSON — The Walker grocery and lunchroom marked its first I anniversary Wednesday by serving refreshments to the custom- 1 ers. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hodges and son Phil of Williamsfield spent | Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hodges, the Marion HOdgeses also entertained her niece, Mrs. Ruby Young and son Wayne of Keokuk, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olin at a dinner July 7. 8 SHORT COATS CASHMERE and WOOL BLENDS $2500 Were $45.00 NOW SHORTS and PEDAL PUSHERS. One Rack SUMMER PURSES $2.50 L. B. Bell Co. 444 East Main St. READ THE WANT ADS' REDUCED ONE RACK OF DRESSES All colors, all brands. Summer, Spring, Fall, Winter. YOUR CHOICE $2°° Values up to $14.95 CHILDREN'S TENNIS SHOES Sizes 5-10 Plaids and Scrambles. $199 LADIES' TENNIS SHOES Available. HOUSEWARES One table of gifts marked to fit your pocketbook. SPECIAL One rack of children's wear. Play sets, dresses, infant wear, etc. YOUR CHOICE $100 Medic Blouses $100 One table of odd and ends, reduced spectacularly. All these must go! THONGS Ladies' and Children's 24c 19c While they last. All of our bargains will be displayed just inside our doors. 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