Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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U Golasbufo R«aiaf8f-Moll, Gal«*bura. Wtd.. July 17. 1963 Goleibura Realster-Mail. Galesburo, III, W«d„ July 17. \96S Legion Plans fish Fry AtOphicm . • OWflfiM —. Legionnaires set mpl 1 for their annual family fish fry at their regular meeting last week. A clean-up night in the legion hall was set for July 25 at 7 p.m., •fid members voted to support the adoption of the surplus food distribution program in Henry County. Ophlcm News Notes A feature of the Lutheran Church Women's meeting last Week was the program given by • group of school children. Mariam and Linda Klundt, Anna Green, Beverly Steffen and Shirley Larson gave vocal numbers. Piano music was supplied by Cheryl Allison, Pamela Lar•on, Janet Peterson, and Andrea Bubon, while Nancy Rehn gave two short readings. Mrs. LaVerne Johnson, educational chairman, Introduced the program. The next meeting will be held Aug. 8. Karen Bubon of Alpha repre- iented the Luther League of Grace Lutheran Church here as a delegate to the Illinois Unit Convention at Augustana College, July 12-14. She returned home Sunday. Luther Leaguers will' travel to White Pines State Park for a retreat this weekend. The group will be accompanied by its pastor, Roger Dahlin. Mrs. W. J. Nelson Was discharged Sunday from Moline Public Hospital where she underwent surgery, Saturday, July 6. She is staying with a daughter, Mrs. Jack Dorman, for a few days before returning here. W. J. Nelson incurred a deep burn on his left foot last week in an accident which occurred when he was welding. A piece of hot material glanced inside the •hoe lodging just above the heel. Carl Ossian become unexpectedly ill Thursday night, and was taken by ambulance to the Moline Public Hospital where his condition was diagnosed as an ulcer. He was discharged Saturday. DOCTOR DILEMMA — Woebegone expressions on the faces of little Cary Ready, left, and his big brother Jerry tell the story of a youthful tragedy in Brownsville, Tex. Their moth* cr had just dressed them for a trip to the doctor for immunization shots. Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International DALLAS — Audrey Terry, widow of an Air Force captain who was shot down and killed last month in South Viet Nam: "He just wanted to help his country. He wrote after he got to Viet Nam that Americans were the most fortunate persons in the world." THE ALMANAC By United Press International Today is Wednesday, July 17, the 198th day of 1963 with 167 to follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The 'morning stars are Jupiter and Saturn. The evening star is Mars. On this day in history: In 1821, Spain ceded Florida to the United States. In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln was empowered to conscript men into the armed forces for nine months' service in the Civil War. In 1948, the southern Democrats from 13 states met in Birming-j ham, Ala., and organized a states' rights party to oppose the Truman-Barkley ticket. In 1955, Arco, Idaho, became the first community in the world to receive all of its light and power from atomic energy. A thought for the day—Former U.S. President Herbert Hoover •aid: "Older men declare war ... but it is youth that must fight and die." WASHINGTON—AFL-CIO President George Meany, asking Congress to help the Negro find the same job opportunities on the assembly line that he now enjoys oh the baseball field: "We lost the best of Satchel Paige to ghetto baseball. We need every Willie Mays we can find." MOSCOW - A Soviet farm official, scolding Communist China in the columns of Ivestia, the Soviet government newspaper: "We want peace while you are weakening the struggle for peace. Come to your senses." READ THE WANT ADS! WASHINGTON - Dr. Eugene Sanders of the Public Health Service, on the widespread outbreak of intestinal bacteria from cracked eggs: "There is every evidence that the epidemic is continuing." 65 Attend Reed Reunion Reed family reunion was held Sunday at Lake Storey with 65 attending. Oldest present was David L. Reed Sr. of Galesburg; youngest, Gary Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed of Woodhull; attending from the greatest distance, Mr. and Mrs. Othal Wiley of Lawrence, Kan., and Jesse R. Graham and daughter Vera of Kansas City, Kan. Two marriages were reported. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed of Oqtiawka were chairmen with assistance from Mr. and Mi's. Ray Seahelm of Alpha and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Greeuf of Woodhull. TIZZY By Kate Osann "PoiW nothing is awful* You can't ever stop and resti* MIINDIT. HOMI OWNtn DAVIS STORE IwStSmSSSSSSSn pst Mil Me. Ifca -fettM st ftaatttlfe M.~ft«to m To Help Celebrate Our Six Yean in Galesburg We've Turned Bock the Clock to the Good Old Days With o Store Full of Low, Low Prices. Get These Old time Food Bargains in Both of Our Modern Super Markets. GROUND <% tJQO BEEF...J. J 1 COLUMBIA «J $400 BACON J ... 1 Morrtll's Sliced J <J 00 BEEF. 4 p k9 ,. I Leon Boneless Mt%^ Beef Stew . b 4 JC Lean Boneless Pork FA CUTLETS JVC Short Ribs of BEEF ... ib. L7t Sliced BEEF LIVER . . Ib III Boneless RUMP Oft ROAST ib 07C r PRIZES! GIFTS! FUN! * FREE PRIZES EVERY HALF HOUR FRIDAY & SATURDAY FROM 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. FREE BALLOONS AND CANDY FOR THE KIDS, i ITflTTTF Gov't Inspected Whole Frying Chickens USDA GOOD ROUND BONE SWISS STEAK LEAN MEATY PORK STEAK SWIFT'S PREMIUM ROUND STEAK USDA GOOD SIRLOIN STEAK USDA GOOD T-BONE STEAK St aWAaV W HEY KIDS! REGISTER FOR FREE BICYCLES ONE AT EACH STORE Nothing To Buy — Just Register at either Davis Store during our Anniversary Celebration. **** «*C\c ROSEDALE WHOLE KERNEL 14-OZ. CAN LIBBY DEEP BROWN BEANS TT WHIPS MILNOT Toll Q Con / 12-OZ. CAN Time to Pause ... ond thank everyone who has made our 6 years in business here a pleasant and successful venture. We are deeply gratified. MANOR HOUSE IDEAL SHORTENING AMERICAN BE.AUTY WAX BEANS RED DOT Potato Chips 49c • Coffee SI 39 STURGEON BAY 300 Con APPLESAUCE SWANS DOWN WHITE . LEMON - DARK RE-JOYCE HALVES YELLOW CLING HILLSDALE BARTLETT CAKE MIX II PEACHES PEARS CANS CANS DIXIE BELLE Crackers LETTUCE U. S. NO. 1 NEW RID POTATOES LARGE HEADS GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS RED SANTA ROSA PLUMS YOUR FRIENDLY HOME OWNED WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES DAVIS STORES ,1621 No. Henderson St. » Knoxville Rd. <• Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday WARD, THE ARTIST—Sketch portrait of former Canadian Prime Minister John Dlcfcn- baker, by Dr. Stephen Ward, was commissioned by a London newspuper in 1961. Ward figures in the Profumo scandal which is rocking Britain's Con- scrvative government. Californian Is Guest At Belmont BELMONT — Mrs. William Vance, Jolie and Scott of Manhat tan Beach, Calif., Mrs. Lee Young of Moline and Mrs. George Kauzlarich were dinner guests of Mrs. Torrence Free Saturday. The women, with the Misses Susan and Sally Kauzlarich, called on Mrs. Stanley Stevens and baby son in the afternoon. Friends a n d relatives at Belmont were notified that Clarence Wertz of Evanston died the first part of July. Mrs. Everett Fredrickson and Diane Fredrickson, Mrs. Dwight Ricketts and Denise attended a miscellaneous shower for Miss Judy Squire at the Coldbrook Church Friday. Miss Squire and Donald Fredrickson will be married July 31 at 2:30 p.m. No invitations will be sent but all relatives and friends were invited to attend the wedding and reception. Glen Ricketts of Joy was a caller in the Wilbur and Dwight Ricketts home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Free, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ricketts and children attended the pork chop barbecue in Stronghurst Saturday. James Free assisted with the barbecue. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ballard and sons entertained her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bertelson of Monmouth, and other members of her family at a dinner Sunday in their home. Mrs. William Vance and children of Calif., went to Moline Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Lee Young. Mrs. Vance visited with her sister and family, Mrs. George Kauzlarich, and other relatives the past week. The Vances left Wednesday for their home in Manhattan Beach. Mrs. Clara Ryner spent the past week with her son -in -law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kilgore and family in Galesburg, 4 -H Girls Give Program For Viola Unit VIOLA - The Viola Sew So Mf club and the Gilchrist P«fW Partners with their leader*, w*r# guests of the Viola Home Econom* ics Extension Unit at their July n meeting and presented ii| achievement program. EUen Baker of the Viola Sew So presided and introduced her group's numbers. Elizabeth ana Johanna Hull demonstrated hand and elbow bandaging and filings. Sharon McCaw talked on "Basia Foods" and mentioned the four essentials, milk, meat, vegetables and fruits. Kay Douglas spoke on "Table Covers," she stated, a white or cream table cover is the correct type to use with fine china. Mrs. Don Lloyd, leader for the new club this year, The Peppy Partners, which has eight members, introduced her clubs numbers. Patricia Mack demonstrated making brownies and Sharon Brokaw talked about the correct sup; plies for the sewing basket. The group presented the skit they had given the previous evening at the county share the fun event and each club member displayed her sewing project, being first-year members, they had made a skirt with a scarf. Model Garments The Viola Sew So member* modeled their garments. Many from this group of 22 members had participated in 4 -H work for four to eight years and modeled advanced sewing costumes. The county adviser, Mrs. Mary Turner, introduced her summer assistant, Miss Linda Foreman, who will return /or her senior« year at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, this fall. The Home Economics Extension Unit vice president, Mrs. David Hull, announced that at present there are 335 members in the county and a goal is set to enroll 100 more members by October. Oct. 29 has been set for the countywide craft day and th« county committee plans to sell sets of kitchen knives through the units for a money -making project. The local nominating committee reported the slate of new officers. Chairman, Mrs. Marvin Bollman; first vice chairman, Mrs. Henry Brldger; vice chairman, Mrs. Manley Richardson; secretary, Mrs. Larry Morford, and treasurer, Mrs. Maggie Lindburg. August 29 was set /or the annual tour. Stevenson Kin Hold. Reunion NEW WINDSOR — Mrs. Margaret Robertson of New Windsor was the eldest member who attended the Stevenson family re- uion Sunday at Ihe New Windsor Park with approximately 40 relatives in attendance. • Denise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dalar of New Windsor, was the youngest present. Relatives attended from Galesburg, Rio, Alpha, Woodhull, Matherville and New Windsor. The 1964 reunion will be held the second Sunday in July at the same location. Center Prairie News Notes CENTER PRAIRIE—Mrs. Wayne Carlson accompanied Mrs. Albert Carlson and Alice to a tea at the North Henderson Lutheran Church last week. Mrs. Lester Johnson entertained the WSCS at the church last week. Carol Ostrom of Champaign spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostrom. Sally, Linda and Betty Carlson spent last week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole and family in Galesburg. Larry Carlson spent a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Carl E. Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson then spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Lloyd Addis in LaFayette. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson attended the Carlson reunion at Lake Storey in Galesburg Sunday. Earl Pennington visited last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Pennington. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. 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