Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 19
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Two Hotels Hit by Fire; 200 Flee CtiteAOO (AP) « Mres broke out almost simultaneously In two isear North Side hotels early t&> day, forcing some 200 persons to flee. An arson investigation was ordered. Some 150 guests at the Knickerbocker Hotel, many clad in night clothing, left their rooms and waited outside. Fire Commission' er Robert J. Quinn estimated damage at $20,000. . ,e fire ignited, Quinn said, in A small room near the stage in the hotel ballroom, The 10 -story hotel was accom modating 650 guests at the time. About the same time, a fire Was reported at the Drake Hotel, about one block north of the Knickerbocker. Quinn said 50 persons fled when fire broke out on a mezzanine floor adjoining the grdnd ballroom in the 14-story building on Lake Shore Drive and Michigan Ave* nue. Quinn estimated damage at $15,000. Quinn ordered an arson investigation for both hotels. Quinn said cause of the fires Was not immediately determined. r.Moil. Golesbura. 111. Wed,, July 17, 1963 They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo ONLY 2 CALORIES PER CAN! Available at Your Grocers Distributed by ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. GALESBURG — PH. 342-9139 SPEAKING OP. PERPECT TIMIN6—THE PICNIC *. CHAIRMAN DOES IT EVERY 'TABLE—* K <gfcr 342 AI. PALM oa» M '* BEVERLY MU£>CAUF.$± Nebraskan Calls at Toulon Home TOULON-Robert Hackwith of Plattsmouth, Neb., visited Thursday with his.father, H. G. Hackwith and his brothers Dudley, Philip and Airman l.C. Don Hackwith. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Liggett of Champaign spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Halsted. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Knowles and 5 sons Kenny, Keith and Greg of northeast of Toulon and Miss Connie Whiles of Rock Falls returned home Saturday from a 3-week variation trip. They visited in Colorado with their son, Airman 3.C. Clifford Knowles and other places in Colorado. On the way home, they visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pollock at Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Charlotte Seay returned home Sunday after being a patient in Kewanee Public Hospital several days. Final spike, marking completion of the first transcontinental railroad, was driven at Promontory, Utah, on May 10, 1869. OUR ANCESTORS "The population trend is back to the cities this year Media Area News Items Trading Post Super 1515 East Main St. DISCOUNT FOOD PRICES No. 1 Red POTATOES 10 ft 39c Firm Ripe Home Grown TOMATOES 2 „ 25c Granulated SUGAR 10*1.29 Honey Cup Vi Gal. Frozen Dessert - Our Chief 46-ox. Tin TOMATO JUICE P&M Pure Strawberry PRESERVES 49_c 3 * % \ OF 4-oz. Jars • Diamond Brand Crushed or Sliced PINEAPPLE N . 2 T,„ Morton Soft CREAM PIES .--Each 25c 29c Chocolate, Cocoa nut Cream, Lemon. B MEDIUM MULBERRY SLICED EGGS BACON 3 Doen $ lol9 2 ib BOX 49 c COLBY LONGHORN SLICED CHOPPED CHEESE BEEF <» 49c 29c FISH STICKS 29c Book Matches Bex of 50 10c R.C. COLA 6 Bottles 25c W| HAVE PITTSBURGH PAINTS BALING TWINE — 649 MEDIA -r- The Woman's Missionary Society met Thursday at the church. Mrs. Vera Forbes and Mrs. Clara Shoemaker were leaders. Mrs. Mary Cavins opened the meeting with the prayer cycle and topics on the lessons were given by Mrs. Margaret Shelton, Mrs. Violet Sullivan and Mrs. Marie Hemminger. The book review was given by Miss Charlene Baldwin. Mrs. Clara Shoemaker and Mrs. Gladys Heap spent part of last week with Miss Mildred Martin at Olivet. The Community Club picnic will be held Saturday at 6 p.m. at Dankwardt Park. Michael McGeehon was honored on his 81st birthday in his home July 5. Guests were Blaine Laws, Randy Bigges, Lynn Vernoy, Mrs. Gladys Gulick, Deanne and Dana and Mike's brothers and sisters. Mike received many gifts and cards. Waldo Erickson is on a business trip to Minneapolis and Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sherwood and daughters of Lewistown were guests Sunday of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Glen Quigley. Scouts in Camp Twenty-three Boy Scouts of the Media, Raritan and Smithshire vicinity are spending the week at Camp Eastman. Wendell Bowen and Carl Cassiday are scout masters. There will be a band concert and ice cream social Thursday at the ball park. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shelton and Phyllis attended a birthday party for James Knapp at Raritan Friday. Will Musser is a patient in the Iowa City University Hospitals for X-rays and tests. Mr. and Mrs. William Wireman and family were Sunday visitors in the home of his aunt, Mrs. Ada Henness at Fairfjeld, Iowa. Very Dampening RUSSELL, Ky. (AP) — Sign on the bulletin board at the First Christian Church in Russell: "Isn't it strange how 19 drops of rain can keep 21 people from church?" READ THE WANT ADS! Ethan Allen EARLY AMERICAN SUMMER SALE ll! ANTIQUED PINE DINING ROOM Regularly $525.00 Now $ 458.00 VICKROY'S 342-2331 HOUSE of Ethon Allen 248 East Simmons — Galesburg •MAUN AtPVMUIS fTMTCH YOUR POOD DOilARI IVWY WltK, THIMI.. 31 COME SEE... YOU'LL SAVEI AkP helps you to keep more of your income by cutting down on your food bill! You get to choose from ft store-wide selection of fine foods — low, low-priced every day 1 You also get vaN uable Plaid Stamps at A&P—good for many fine gifts! And any time you want extra value — choose quality-famous Afct* Exclusive*: Jane Parker Baked Foods, Ann Page Fine Foods, and AfltP Coffee., ENJOY COFFEE MILL FLAVOR To enjoy all the flavor you pay for.. .hot or iced •. • buy whole-bean coffee, see it ground.. (Once coffee is ground, flavor fades faster even in a can.) You see A&P whole-bean Coffee ground for your coffeeniaker right in the store to give you COFFEE MILL FLAVOR ... FRESH-GROUND FLAVOR YOU CAN'T GET IN A CAN I MILD AND MELLOW l-LB. BAG Eight O'Clock 55 11 59 3-LB.BAG RICH AND FULL-BODIED l-LB. BAG 3-LB. BAG Red Circle 59< T' VIGOROUS AND WINEY Bokar 1-U.MG 3-U.MG l< I *|77 Ann Page Fine Foods ANN PAGE STRAWBERRY RED RASPBERRY or Blackberry Pure Preserves YOUR CHOICE 2 JARS Tastes like choice home-made preserves..-.yet they're specially priced. Wonderful as a spread or as a topping for ice cream! ANN PAGE 49 QUART JldC JAR Mayonnaise ANN PAGE ELBOW Macaroni 2 ^39* Peanut Butter Barbecue Sauce Sultana Brand Ann Page 2 69 c 33< 18-or. btl. Neecfn'tee &pensiug •*Goo4HouMktfping'> Jane Parker Baked Foods •y IvXvX-Xv.v JANE PARKER Angel Food Ring l-LB., I-OZ. REG. 49c Serve this light, fluffy cake tonight and listen to the cheers. Extra-good topped with fruit or ice cream. Priced for savings! JANE PARKER —GLAZED OR GRANULATED SUGAR YEAST RAISED Donuts PKG. OF 12 nnc REG. 45c 39 JANE PARKER REG. 55c Dutch Apple Pie 45 WWr DAT 10W MUCH BAND FRESH DAILY Made with Butter- milfc "Not jutt ordinary, bread, but this 'brefttf bat a new kind of taate." Butterrnilk makes the difference,, mad • with •UTTIRMILK IVUI. LOAF Seedless Grapes White Potatoes California lb. 29< Southern 10 59 c Fruit Punch Bars 2«..49' Marvel Ice Cream 59< dexola SALAD OIL • Hi A&P EXCLUSIVE 38 -01. Bottle Perfect for frying, popping pop corn or 101 othor household and cooking uiet — Reg. 59c Special reduction plus 7c off label. Save 20c, 39 A»P WHITE POTATOES WHOLE OR SLICED-REG. 2/25' Excellent for Potato Salad -or American MB. Fri««<-$t«ck Up N«w at Thit law Pri<* (^||

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