Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 23
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St 'onghurst Store Changes Ownership 8Tt)NO«UttST - Gilbert Lln> rJee, Jhd has managed th *6 B«rt* ner iod) store In Stronghurst a mmit of years* has purchased the pincss and wilt have a granj opening in a few weeks. Ite Jis employed Porter Reefer as mcatcuUer and will featwne a modern meat department. Reefer was formerly empl-cjry <c*l as meatcutter at Hamilton USHSBter store in Stronghurst. Hiie store has been cdinpl«e-*<esly KMt MORE FUA/ |N m ^ 1 ^ ^ ONrY PRO BLFMS ttlAX AND INJOY that dream vacation thii year by putting aside your money problems through a personal loan from us. ' VACATION LOANS arc just one of the many services available through our personal loan and family financing facilities that will help you and your family live better and enjoy life more. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 351 E. MAIN ST. GALES DAVE PATTERSON/ Mgr. - 34331 \ remodeled with 80 feet being built on the back of the building. ttoiM mw H«ftie The Lc Roy Brooks family plan to move Into their Mew home In the west part of Stronghurst in a few days, the Ronnie Blllups family of Burlington have rented the Brooks residence and will move in as soon as available. Mr. and Mrs. Billtips and family have been staying with the parents of Mrs. Blllups, Mr. and Mrs. Eld Rassumen since the first of July. Acquire New frailer Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mueller have purchased a completely modern trailer home from Bauer Mobile Home Sales in Burlington and they have it located in the Porter Trailer Court, where Mr. and Mrs. Mueller will reside. The trailer is of the latest design, 55 feet long, 10 feet wide, has central air conditioning, automatic washer and has a 7 -foot expansion that opens out to make' a larger living room. Mueller is employed at the Hamilton and Miller Grocery store and Mrs. Mueller is employed at the Bank of Stronghurst. Mueller is the son of Dr. Mueller of La Harpe. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! BADGER'S SIDEWALK DAYS PAINT SAVE = £vi-:-.v.vl. mm m • m ^"TSlOtHOUSK*" SAVE $ 1.65 GALLON! Reg. $5.50 MASTERCRAFT NO. 585 WHITE HOUSE PAINT Excellent for houses, garages, fences, % s outbuildings. Can be tinted. Gal. SAVE $ 1.12 GALLON FULL VALUE WASHABLE — 7 COLORS LATEX WALL PAIN Thins with water. No paint odor. Reg. $4.35 Gal. SAVE $1.61 REG. $4.60 C ]4" Nylon PAINT BRUSH 85 GALLON CLOSEOUT IAI •« V It A ILW R '9- * 7,50 Ga " 0B IOUSE PAINT C^7 l t [ANY DISCONTINUED COLORS ^ •£ / ^ SAVE '3.75 GALLOKi Gal. Save 50c Point Pan, •holler 89c SAVE 28c 9 COLORS Mastercraft Floor En « Reg. $1.77 camel < ,1.49 SAVE 45c FULL VALUE Floor & Woodwork V« Reg. $1.45 Ornish .1.00 MANY ODDS AND ENDS DRASTICALLY REDUCED! (JculacA/PouurCX./JUAcA. WW MAKERS # OF i W MASTER Cfli^^T M PAINTS 7 lost Main St, Golesburg, lllsnois 343-5213 OUR ANCESTORS GgJesburg_Regjstef-^o l,Golesburg,lll,, Monday, July 13 f "Yeah, on the open road it's fine—but watch your shins when she tries to park this thinl'' ,, ® 1«3 by NEA, Inc. T.M. 8«g, U.S. trt. Olf. N. Henderson Society Adds New Members NORTH HENDERSON - New members were received at a meeting of the Methodist Church Women's Society at the church Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Axccll, chairman, announced the program. Lesson was given by Mrs. Lee Lynch on "The World Council of Churches at New Delhi." Moderator was Mrs. Lynch, assisted by Mrs. S. W. Timberlake, Mrs. Ed Axccll, Mrs. Carl Swanson and Miss Rose Mathers. A report of the bus trip to Quincy to visit the Sunset Home and Chaddock Boys Home was given by Mrs. Lee Yarde. Mrs. William Palmer gave her report on the mission school she attended at Bloomington in June. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer gave their reports on counselors at the East Bay Camp at Bloomington July 1-5. Mrs. Gene Mathers gave her report on supply work. The circles will give, a party at the Galcsburg State Research Hospital Tuesday afternoon. Mission .seminar meeting will be held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the first Methodist Church in Monmouth. New members honored were' Mrs. Sam Spring, Mrs. Lois All- geycr, Mrs. Gertrude Calder, Mrs. Lester Calder and the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. Assisting in the new member ceremony were Mrs. S. W. Timberlake, Miss Rose Mathers, Mrs. Jim Jones and Mrs. Albert Yarde. The golden age group honored included Mrs. Mary Allen, Mrs. Gertrude Calder and Mrs. Bess Newcomer. Hostesses were Mrs. Jim Jones and Mrs. Clarence Higgins. Mrs. S. W. Timberlake poured for the coffee service. The Circle Breakfast will be held July 23 at Lake Storey at 8 a.m. DUBLIN (UPI) - Billie Jean Moffitt of Long Beach, Calif., earned the right to meet fellow American Carole Caldwell in today's women's singles final of the Irish tennis championships by ousting Judy Alvarez, another Yank, in Friday's semifinals, 6-3, 6-3. Stuffier Bui WliW NEW YORK tUPlWoi *f& er, first base coach trf ths hnt Angeles Dodgers, was a lfUlt lad* dcr but wi&r today as (hr result of a $75 fine and a tftfee -tfty stiff- pension levied by National League President Waiten Giles Friday night. The reason for the action was that Becker brushed against umpire Lee Weyer In an argu* mcnt Thursday night. Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN GAIISIUM HAWTHORNE DftUO COMPANY * <OU< MCfM MIKM« MWTH4MM ««• IP "I laid down the law to Martha about living within our budget —so from now on I 'm carrying my lunch!" May Leave Hospital ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Al Zachary, Milwaukee Braves' batting practice pitcher who suffered' a concussion Thursday night when he was struck on the head by a batted ball, may be able to leave Jewish Hospital this afternoon. X -rays have failed to indicate a fracture. Now You Know By United Press International "Dum-dum" bullets, designed to expand on impact for greater wounding effect, take their name from their original place of manufacture in the town of Dum-Dum near Calcutta, India, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. READ THE WANT ADS! for MEN COTTON KNIT SHIRTS '2.45 Values to $5.95— SMALL SIZE Sizes 28 to 31 Values to $11.95 SLACKS J 2.95 A FEW Many Sixes- SUITS M9.95 LOTS OF ODDS AND ENDS Sheaha ns QUALITY MEN'S FURNISHINGS 323 last Main St. SIDEWALK DAY HATS SUMMER HATS $100 SUN AND FUN HATS $1.00 PETITES $100 BEE HIVE VEILS ___$1.00 WEDNESDAY, JULY 17th 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Join the Gang at Kellogg's for Sidewalk Day*! Loads of Bargains — on the walk and in the store. HOLLYWOOD BRIEFS Hollywood briefs for women. Fine quality rayon. Sizes: 5 to 8. A Sidewalk Days Special. Regular 59c pr. qualities. 3 P,ir $ 1.00 PLASTIC HANGERS New plastic coated drip-dry hangers. No 0 |f rust — slip resistant — unbreakable. "1* HOLLYWOOD BRIEFS Hollywood briefs for women. Fine quality rayon. Sizes: 5 to 8. A Sidewalk Days Special. Regular 59c pr. qualities. 3 P,ir $ 1.00 SILK SQUARE SCARFS Silk square scarfs in solid colors. Also, the ^fitf** new circular scarfs. Values up to $2.00. ~W ^I» WINDOW SHADES Oil coated cloth window shades complete with roller. Size: 36" x 5' 10". Slightly imperfect. Ready to hang. If perfect: $2.29. $ 1.59 Women's LOUNGING SLIPPERS Women's lounging slippers in several at- Hfllf tractive styles and colors. Regularly sell , for $3.98 pr. PliC© WINDOW SHADES Oil coated cloth window shades complete with roller. Size: 36" x 5' 10". Slightly imperfect. Ready to hang. If perfect: $2.29. $ 1.59 MEN'S TIES $1.50 Kind First quality — light and dark colors — for Botany make. 39^« Infants KIMONAS and GOWNS Cellophane packed. Crib Mate brand. First quality. 98c MEN'S TIES $1.50 Kind First quality — light and dark colors — for Botany make. 39^« Infants KIMONAS and GOWNS Cellophane packed. Crib Mate brand. First quality. 98c MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Values to Famous make sport shirts for men in sum- $5.00 for mer patterns. Short sleeves. $J 88 Infants KIMONAS and GOWNS Cellophane packed. Crib Mate brand. First quality. 98c WOMEN'S HANDBAGS One lot of women's handbags in several $3 .00 Kind styles. Your choice of patents, leathers, hop- §m 4* sacking and vinyls. • DRAPERY SAMPLES One lot of discontinued drapery and slipcover fabric samples. 45" to 48" wide - 45" to 54" long. Plains and prints. 50c each WOMEN'S HANDBAGS One lot of women's handbags in several $3 .00 Kind styles. Your choice of patents, leathers, hop- §m 4* sacking and vinyls. • DRAPERY SAMPLES One lot of discontinued drapery and slipcover fabric samples. 45" to 48" wide - 45" to 54" long. Plains and prints. 50c each COSTUME JEWELRY Values to One lot of jewelry for Sidewalk Days. Ear- $1 .00 rings, Bracelets and Necklaces. ^ f or 37^ DRAPERY SAMPLES One lot of discontinued drapery and slipcover fabric samples. 45" to 48" wide - 45" to 54" long. Plains and prints. 50c each GREETING CARDS r .1 1 1 . Values to Odds and ends of all seasons and all oc- JJ^ casion cards. Values up to 25c each. J ^ £t "CRIBMATE" SLEEPERS One special lot of sleepers for Sidewalk Days. Toddler sizes: 2, 3 & 4. "two-piece. Regular $1.89 qualities. ? 1.29 GREETING CARDS r .1 1 1 . Values to Odds and ends of all seasons and all oc- JJ^ casion cards. Values up to 25c each. J ^ £t "CRIBMATE" SLEEPERS One special lot of sleepers for Sidewalk Days. Toddler sizes: 2, 3 & 4. "two-piece. Regular $1.89 qualities. ? 1.29 "SHIFT" for Yourself by Wamsutta This shift almost sews itself. Matched print 2 Panels panels of Wamsutta wash 'n wear combed _ cotton broadcloth. | Jjjrjp NYLON SLIPS Values up to $4.00. Slight­ ly imperfect. $ 2.98 "SHIFT" for Yourself by Wamsutta This shift almost sews itself. Matched print 2 Panels panels of Wamsutta wash 'n wear combed _ cotton broadcloth. | Jjjrjp NYLON SLIPS Values up to $4.00. Slight­ ly imperfect. $ 2.98 BATH TOWEL SPECIALS 79c Bath Towels for 44f 45c Face Towels for 24?

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