Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 22
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24 Gottibufa Register-Mall, Salesbura. Wed,. July 17.1963 Dallas City Street Work Is Completed DALLAS CITY - Dallas City 1 annual street surfacing program made possible by the city's share of gas tax receipts, has been com pleted by the Burlington Road builders of Carthage. Joe Newman, superintendent of Streets, said this year's work in eluded patching sections of streets plus new blacktopping for severa alleys and the city parking lot behind the fire station. Another recent improvement is the extension of Fourth Street in the west part of town. The GO-foot street, more than three blocks long, has been opened from Fred Atwater's to the John Hutson prop erty. Future plans call for putting culvert in the creek and joining with the present street to the east Acquire Plant The Dallas City Packing Co with general offices in Dallas City, has purchased and will as sume management Sept. 1 of the Arrowhead Wild Rice Co Grand Rapids, Minn. The company will continue to pack the product in their Grand Rapids plant under the Arrow head label. Move to Dallas City Rev. and Mrs. Roger Dickin son and children, Renee and Todd have moved to Dallas City from Williamstown, Mich. The Rev. Mi- Dickinson has assumed duties as pastor of the Grace Bible Church He was graduated from Moody Bible Institute and was ordained in 1957, then attended Bryan Bible college in Dayton, Tenn. Dallas City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinert and family of Granada Hills, Calif., are expected here July 19 for several days visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Dorch. Fred Pritcherd of Las Vegas, Nev., is visiting relatives in this vicinity. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mikels. .Mrs. Evelyn Thompson and children of St. Petersburg, Fla., are visiting in the home of her brother, Elgy Cramberg and Mrs. Cramberg, and with other relatives. Mrs. Ethel Black left Friday for Santa Ana, Calif., to visit in the home of her son, Albert Black and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schroeder, David and Kim, have returned home from a visit in Petersburg, Va., with his sister, Mrs. Dale Russell, and family, and in Washington, D. C, with Mr. Schroeder's brother, Larry. Occupy Home Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Newberry have purchased the Leo Harrison residence property on West First Street and their daughter, Mrs. Roy Cox, Mi-. Cox and children have moved into it. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gaultieri and family are Mrs. Gaultieri's mother,' Mrs. Mary Cassady and her aunts, Mrs. Margaret Donato, Mrs. Ernestine Gardella and Mrs. Mildred Smith, all «>f Vlftdlaftd, M. J. The aufits left Saturday for their homes and Mrs. Cassady will remain in the home of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ashford and Sharoft of Denver, Colo., were recent visitors in tne home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Maynard and family were Mrs. Dorothy Maynard of Brentwood, Md., who was an afternoon guest, and Mr and Mrs. Jacob Wagner and Jane of Douglas, N. D., Mr. and Mrs John Harmon and Mrs. Daisy Maynard of Nauvoo, who were evening visitors. List Visitors At Biggsville Residence BIGGSVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. W Salyers are on vacation from the Ralph Wells Pet Food Division and the Monmouth Hospital, respectively. Guests in their home is the daughter, Miss Betty Sal ycrs, a student nurse at the Metb odist Hospital in Peoria who is home for a month's vacation. She is working the past two weeks at Monmouth Hospital. Other guests are a daughter, Mrs. Norman Wilde and five children of Milan, Ohio, and Miss Linda Knallay, also of Milan. Miss Brenda Wjlde and cousin Miss Debbie Shultz appeared on "Grandpa Happy's" TV show Thursday. The girls were ac companied to the tri-cities by their mothers Mrs. Wilde and Mrs. Shultz and Miss Knallay. This was Brenda's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cleland and three daughters of San Diego, Calif, are visiting in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hallberg. The Cleland family, accompanied by Mrs. H. Hallberg and daughter Vivian are spending the weekend in the home of their brother and son Milton Hallberg and family at Ames, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Whiteman and two sons are vacationing in Mexico City, Mexico. Fred Burrus is home from the Monmouth Hospital where he had been a patient for several weeks. Mrs. Donald McClanahan and Bernard Denly were dismissed om the Burlington Hospital. Birthday Observed At Yates City Party YATES CITY — Claudia Staggs celebrated her 12th birthday with a slumber party July 6 at her home. Guests came for pizza and then attended the movie in Elmwood. Sarah. Nordstrom of Galva and Louise Plack, Jcre Tiu-ner, Janice Trowbridge of Yates City stayed overnight. The next day the group attended Sunday school at the Methodist Church. 4-H'ers Meet LONDON MILLS - All American 4-H Club, meeting July 9 at Rapatee School, discussed preparations for the local achievement program. Demonstrations were given by Judy Brown, "How to Apply a Zipper," and Cindy Sharpshair, "Refrigerated Dough," Miss Brown was hostess CANADA DRY low calorie COLA ONLY 1 CAlORIt PfcR SERVING Real cola flavor plus famous pinpoint carbonation, but only 1 calorie per serving New-16 ounce bottles at popular prices •onus IT CANADA PRY BOTTLING CO. 'II,! ii OURFOODPmCKSAM^WKRI LETS COOK OUT WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS mil GOV'T INSPECTED GROCEAS !••• Ill 11 NO. 1 - 931 SOUTH SEMINARY STREET NO. 2 - ORAND AVENUE At MICHIGAN OPEN SUNDAYS - 9 to 1, 4 to 7 P.M. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO TO LIMIT QUANTITIES, PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH JULY 21. WILSON'S CORN KING CANNED HAMS MORRELL BRAND BULK ALL MEAT WIENERS 43c 2 LBS. Free '100 HI-LO PRIZES Must Be 18 Years or Older-Every Week, Nothing to Buy — Juit Register. $50.00 U.S. Sovings Bond $25.00 U.S. Savings Bond Five $5.00 Cash Prizes Drawing every Monday morning — Winners names will be in weekend ad and posted in stores. HI-LO WINNERS WEEK ENDING MY 13 $50.00 BOND—Norma Harding $25.00 BOND—Mearl Curry $5.00 CASH WINNERS Harley Smith i M. Roche 563 E. Berrien LB. MORRELL BRAND ALL MEAT SLICED BOLOGNA FRESH GROUND SEVERAL TIMES DAILY HAMBURGER. FOR B-B-Q BEEF SHORT I LEAN CENTER #4% 7A STEAK ib /VCI PORK CHOPS"•• W /C « I7C Bea Johnson 383 Michigan M. Hungerford Mrs. Shirley Bradshaw LBS. $125 1 FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 TINS RAGGEDY ANN PINEAPPLE FRUIT DRINK ORANGE DRINK 46-OZ. CANS 29c EACH f "UlT COCKTAH FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE 6 - *" CUDAHY'S FLAKO mm Shortening 3 Lb Tin "M Ir IMPERIAL BRAND H Ice Cream Vi Gfll ## WEBB BRAND — BUTTER-NUT BLEND tigfl AB COFFEE 2 - «• SUPREME CHOCOLATE OR PECAN 10c Coupot Bag for Next Pkg. SAN DIES ,0cCo, " ,o " ,n Special of the Week Mission Brand Packed by Del Monte 14-oz. Bottle HOME GROWN SWEET CORN DOZ. Cream Style or Whole Kernel CORN MEADOW GOLD ORANGE DRINK <" WHITE SEEDLESS WASHINGTON STATE GRAPES BIN6 CHERRIES 2- 45c » 39c NBC OREO CREME 16- OI . Pkg. Sandwich Cookies 49c WHITE OR ASSORTED 303 TINS SCOTT TOWELS BIG ROLL, GOLD MEDAL NeW frisk/es LIVER FLAVOR ~* DOG FOOD IJVSB OOQ FOOD 7 lb. Cam V1TS DOG FOOD 25-LB. BAG $ FLOUR LB. BAG PEN DUTCH MUSHROOMS 3 2-OZ. TINS HOUSEHOLD DELIGHT PINK LOTION 65c Value 1.99 DETERGENT For Dishes end Laundry 39c |A. 22-OZ. IU5.

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