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Class of'38 From Alexis HoldsReunion ALEXlS—th* Claii of IMS of Alexia High School, 42 strong, held M reunion July 6 at the Ma- ionic Hall. Past officer* of the Eastern Star Chapter lerved dinner. Attending were: M. Sft. John Adams o( ftantoui, Walter Hawkins of Cameron, Mrs, Mary Jano (Dtuth) Tippatt of Monmouth. M«L Maxlne (Arm* strong) OJMlnfB. Robert Deuth, of pedria. Mr. and Mrs. James (Mar- s-nret Tracey) orth of Sen ton, Mr. and Mr*. Charles (Rachel Trial) Decker of Aledo, Mr. and >Mtn. Albert (Jane Lynn) Bredhurg of New Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Allorta, Mrs. Betty (Becker) Butterfleld of Galesburjf, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Nelson of Victoria. Also, Mrs. Gertrude Martinson Tlmmons of Gnlcsburg.. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest (Janet Taylor) Orwlf of North Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Steve (Jean Sperry) Miller, Mr. and Mr*. Max Naugle. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd (Jean Dahl) Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hlgglns. Mr. and Mrs. Everett (Marie Armstrong) Winkler, ell of Alexia, Mr. nnd Mra. Herb McCoy of RosevUle, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace (Sylvia Otten) Tornquist of North Henderson. Onto teacher present was Miss Aline Frank of Kewanee. Raymond Jensen and Walter Hawkins were appointed to make plans for another reunion In five years. Patient to Doctor LEBANON, Mo. (AP) -.Clark G. Spears was determined to become a doctor, and he didn't let an attack of polio at 17 or the aftermath of braces and crutches stand m his way: Almost exactly 10 years from the June day in 1953 that he was struck by polio, Dr. Spears was graduated from the University of Missouri School of Medicine. Surgery has eliminated need of some of his braces, but he still uses crutches. "OWat40.50.60?" Man, Get Wise! Pep Up Thousands are peppy at 701 So.ifyou feel weak, low in energy, "old" at 40, SO or 60. quit blaming it on age. If you want to fee. younger, try Ostrex Tonic Tablet! at once. Also for debility due to rundown body's Uok of iron, the "below-par" feelings you may call "being old". Puts pep in both sexes. Try Ostrex—feel peppy, younger. 8-day "get- acquainted" size oosts little. All druggists. SWEETIE PIE By Nadlne Seltzer "Hollo! SlmptonV Coffee HOUM!' Club Session Is Held At Henderson HENDERSON—Officers of Knox County Woman's Club, Mrs. Lela Webber of Yates City, president; Mrs. George Leng of Knoxville, vice president, and Mrs. Daley of Yates City, secretary, met with a few of the women of the Hen-' derson Woman's Club at the clubroom at Henderson Friday. Plans were made for the Knox County Woman's Club annual meeting at the Henderson Grove Chapel Oct. 2. Miss Judy Hetrick of Portland, Ore., came July 10 to the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson, where she will visit for a few weeks. " America's railroads have a portside "navy" of car floats, lighters, scows, tugboats and ferries which total some 1,300 vessels. OF ALL TYPES To 4 Screen In Your Yard - Patio HIDE TRASH BURNING AREAS PEOPLE'S hat the just right type of fence for you. See the many kinds available. PICNIC TABLES See the Many Styles We Have On Display. WE GIVE SAH GREEN STAMPS PEOPLE'S MATERIAL & SUPPLY CO. 434 E. Berrien St. 342-6151 Thrifty Slippers NOTE: tend pattern orders direct to New York. Watch addraaa below. Orders will NOT ba ae- cepled at Galesburg nawapapat oiliest. Whip up a pair for yourself, other for gift I Choose corduroy, plain cotton fabric. Two pieces plus sole for boot or ballet style. Pattern 944; crosa- stitch transfer; pattern for small medium, large, extra large sizes included..' Thirty-live cants In coma for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura wheeler., care of Galeaburg Register-Mail. 74. Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N Y. Print plaioly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog—lust out) Fash- tons, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider quilt Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Life in Big City ROME (AP) — The 103 inspectors and 450 assistants of Italy's newly created women's police force say they've been busy and useful during the first two years of their service. Among other activities, they report they caught and returned 849 children who ran away from home, most of them from little towns to life in the big cities of Rome, Milan and Naples. WEDNESDAY JOHNSON'S * JULY ,7,h SIDEWALK DAY SPECIALS t Reg. SIDEWALK DAY Price ONLY I—MAYTAG ELECTRIC DRYER $169.95 $115.00 1-MAYTAG GAS DRYER _-— _„_$1B9.95 $135.00 2—MAYTAG ELECTRIC DRYERS -$369,95 $157.00 1-MAYTAO GAS DRYER , — $299.95 $177.00 1-AMANA CHEST FREEZER __$279.95 $l§9.50 1-CAIORIC 30" GAS RANGE __$369.95 $210.00 1-CALORIC 36" GAS RANGE ,,__$3E9,95 $24500 2-FRIGIDAIRE 30" ELECTRIC RANGES ___$259.95 $200 00 1-FRIGIDAIRE 40" ELECTRIC RANGE - $259.95 $200 00 1-FRIO IP AIRE 40" ELECTRIC RANGE * $36995 $300.00 I-SUNBEAM SCRUBBER end POLISHER ——-_$ 4995 $ 35.00 1-PORCELAIN SINK, Copper Color $ 29.95 $ 14.00 All Uatni listed ara near. Soma have small scratches- but all carry § full one- yeas warranty from sjais of purchase. They will bi sol* at theeo low prices on • C»«n a»4 Carry basis, til deliveries will ba charged for. JOHNSON'S APPLIANCE Yate§ City News Notes YATES CITY - Mr. ind Mrs. frill Graver, Jay end Kevin of Celfni, 0hk», spent • week with her parents, Mr. end Mrs. Fred Rector, and hi* parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Graver of Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Gregg of Springfield, spent a weekend with their son Gregg in Yates City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Booth, Mary Lynn, Sarah Jean and Rich' ard Lee, spent Sunday at New Salem State Park at Springfield. Mr. and' Mrs, Clifford Slayton and family of Macomb, spent an evening with his mother, Mrs. Susie Slayton. Rodney Blodgett and sons of Yates City and his father, Herbert Blodgett of Monmouth, left for a fishing trip and vacation on the Mississippi River. George Breckenridge was taken to the St. Francis Hospital in Peoria July 8. Mra. Lynn Braham was .taken to Cottage Hospital in Galesburg and underwent major surgery July 8. Mrs. Kenneth Mosher and daughter Karen Lou of Dahinda, spent July 8 with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Ramp. Mrs. Mosher celebrated her birthday. Her grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Tuckey, had dinner with them. Miss Charlotte Corey of Chicago and her mother, Mrs. Jessie Corey of Farmington, recently called on relatives in Yates City. Mr. and Mrs. James French attended a picnic in the Warren French home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clif Weaver, Ron and Don, of Peoria, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal French, Jim and Kim, of Thomason, Ga., were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Stutes and daughter of Peoria were recent guests of the Rodney Blodgett family. Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Boice and son of Peoria were dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boice. The son remained for a vacation with his grandparents. David Rossman returned to his home in Lone Tree, Iowa, after spending two weeks in Yates City with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Heller. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rossman, Robert and Richard, were recent dinner guests in the Heller home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hills motored to Galesburg where they called on Lewis Sherman of Abingdon, a patient' in Cottage Hos pital. Visit in Missouri Mr. and Mrs. Jesse VanDusen of Yates City, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Van Dusen and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Doubet of Hanna City, spent a weekend at Merrimac Caverns at Bagnell Dam, and Mark Twain Cave in Hannibal, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Berwyn McMaster, Freddie and Georgia Lynn, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Davis, John and Sheila, of Canton, returned home from an Eastern vacation. John Bingaman of Peoria spent Thursday with his grandmother, Mrs. Lela Webber. Raymond Broadfield has left for his duties at Camp Polk, La., after two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Broadfield and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Blust left for their home in Brighton, Colo., after a vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blust and other relatives and friends. . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stodge it and sons attended a picnic supper in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chandlee and family in Williamsfield, July 7. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McMasters of Yates City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmer and Duane of Farmington have returned home after spending a week with relatives in Rock Falls and Rockford; also in Grinnell and Kellogg, Iowa. TIZZY By Kale Osann Gafesburd Register-Maif,..GdesbuM* HI. Tuesday, July 16, t: children returned t» their home at Billings, Mont., after vialtlng her parents, Mr. am) Mrs. MeiVln McBrlde and ftmily. The Lett, are being moved to Denver, Cote. Mrs. Ors oill of SfwkfleM has been visiting in Alexis with her sister, Mrs. McBrlde and broth. ers, John and Dale Uughtadt Reception Honors Ruths At Alexis Members and friends of Alexis and Henderson Evangelical United Brethren churches gathered in Alexis Church July 1 for reception honoring Rev. and Mrs. Orrell Ruth, who will serve the two churches. Mrs. James Phelps served as program chairman. The Junior Choir sang several songs and piano solo was by Penny Sneddon of Henderson. Mrs. Roy Martin gave devotions. Janet and Judy Agan favored with a duet and Sheldon Smith of Henderson with a solo. Dallas Harrison gave welcome to the Rev. and Mrs. Ruth and presented them with box of canned goods and foods as a gift from the group. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and The Erie canal was opened In 182S. *l wish I knew whether to marry for money or love. At the moment, I don't know much about either!" JACOBY ON BRIDGE Slam Undeterred Bad Breaks Pollinating insects are essential for seed development in carrots, radishes, turnips, cabbage, celery and many other vegetables. DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LINSIS IYBS 1XAMINIO LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 143-6317 or M1-M1T 111 t. Mam ftotlffli • A.M. to a f.M, frldayst I A.M. to •!*> P.M. Wsdnasdar's Til ttoe*. SIDEWALK SALE TOMORROW 9 A.M. to 530 H.O. OAUOI ELECTRIC TRAINS re 0 . 29.9R $14.88 r.g. 19.98 WESH STROLLER $9.99 FREE BALLOONS i.••TOYS•*• Kiddie Komer M3-97U "ON THE SQUARE" GALESBURG By By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Edith Kemp of Miami will be faced with a tough decision this fall. She is qualified to try out for both the American team and the American Ladies' team for next year's Olympics but she can't try for both. MAIN I CHERRY OUR SERVICE IS THE RIG DIFFERENCE 343-9317 Altona Lions Pick Officers ALTONA - The Altona Lions Club held its regular meeting in the Kufus Building July 9. The dinner was served by the American Legion Auxiliary. Guest speaker was Harold Weaver, past District 1-H governor. The meeting was in charge of the new officers who had taken over July 1. The following are officers for the year 1963-1964: Emory Erickson, president; Arlie Krause, first vice president; Walter Moore, second vice president; Howard Sornberger, third vice president; W. A. Pyle, secretary; Irving Lundeen, treasurer; Dace Vande Walle, tail twister and Harold Larson, lion tamer. Directors are Barnard Johnson, Hughie Andrews, Dale Johnson and Burt Empson. The next meeting will be family night and a family picnic supper will be held at the Kufus Building, July 23 at 7:30 p.m. NORTH (D) If 4KJ76 • A 105 2 • 8 + KJ43 WEST EAST A3 4 852 •JK973 ¥« • QJ9794 •AK10832 <J»108 4»Q»0 SOUTH 4AQ1084 VQJ84 • None + A752 North and South vulnerable North East South West 1* !• 1* 3* 3* 4«> SO «• Pass Pass 8 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -r -4> Q Let's look in on her dummy technique at a difficult slam. There was no problem about the first five tricks. She ruffed the diamond opening, drew trumps with three leads, led the jack of hearts and finessed after West played low. Her next play was the queen of hearts. West covered with the king and Edith had the bad news about the heart suit. This bad break didn't disturb her overmuch. It was far better than losing the heart finesse. It was up to her to attack clubs and Edith quickly decided the best play would be the simple playing of the ace and king. If the queen dropped everything would be fine. If the suit broke 3-2, everything would be just as fine because if East won the trick he would have to lead a diamond and give her a ruff and discard, while if West won the trick he would either have to lead away from his nine of hearts or give her the same ruff and discard. Edith played thre rounds of clubs and claimed her slam. Eighty-three per cent of the population of Haiti lives on farms. STOMACH TKOIJHI.E? Ulcer pain, gas. bloating TAKE HARVEY TABLETS Tha Harvey Stomach treat* merit nas given relief to thousands Our medicine is designed to form a coating on your stomach, thus to allow healing and protection against excess stomach acid Ulcei pain, gas. Dloating and stomach distress are mostly tha result at too much acid secretion You win be so pleasantly surprised when to Just a Cew days you will find yourseli sleeping much better, having more pep and energy and won 't have that feeling ol exhaustion due to stomach distress. This doctor's tormuls is sold on a money-back guarantee, 48 i iblets— full else is only $1.U5. Accept no substitute demand HARVEY TABLETS Mall orders filled Sold only WEST DRUG (0., INC. — CO WEST — W* PtUVfl 33« §. etais Qslesbur* o /imri <f (Meld SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY, JULY 17th Our entire stock of fine quality summer merchandise greatly reduced for quick clearance to make room for incoming Fall apparel. Men's Summer Suits ALL BRANDS INCLUDED Regular to $110.00 $ 28 - *38 - $ 48 - $ 78 Men's Summer Pants Regular to $24.95 7 »10 $ 12 $ 14 $ 19 MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS Regular to $45.00 $ 14 *24 *34 MEN'S MEN'S Banlon Shirts Regular to tJg gg $8.95 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts "$1 .95' t0 $ 3 88 STRAW HATS OFF MEN'S and BOYS* Swim Trunks AND Walk Shorts 20% Q OFF BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts Regular to t^AA $3,95 *Jr™ OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. LADIES' SUMMER Sportswear 20 - 60% OFF DOWNTOWN GALKBUHG i 1

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