Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 25
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 25

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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ABINGDON DOROTMV WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adam§ St Phone 531 Company Honors Brownson ABINGDON—E. T. Brownson, former office manager at Briggs Manufacturing Co., Abingdon, was honored recently with a retire* fhent dinner. He retired June 30 after 43 years with the company. No Immediate successor has been named by the company. Brownson plans to divide his time bttween his home in Abingdon and his cottage at Lake Bracken and engage in his many hobbies —including photography, woodworking, golf, stamp collecting and grandchildren. Also honorel at the dinner at Friendly Cafe was T. A. Alexander, plant superintendent, who has resigned to accept the position of manager at a new Crane Co. pottery soon to begin production at Somerset, Ky. Alexander hal 23 years with the Abingdon pottery. Both men were presented an engraved gold watch by Lloyd Cutler, toastmaster, in behalf of the 29 present. Brownson, after serving in the English army, came to Abingdon from Stoke-on-Trent, England, to work as an accountant at the old south plant of Abingdon Sanitary Manufacturing Co. He' had obtained previous experience as a boy in England. The area he lived in was the site of many potteries, and carried sample plates and cups from pottery to pottery. Benefit Planned By DAR Members Plans for the annual DAR backyard sale were made Monday at a meeting of the finance,committee of the local chapter. The committee, composed of Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. Martha Hardy and Mrs. Patricia Dunlap set Aug, 10 as the date of the sale in the Bradway yard, next to the American Legion Hall. Clothing, dishes, household items, jewelry, antiques and furniture will be on sale. Money from the sale will be used by the DAR in its Americanism work and toward the financing of its schools for the underprivileged and nurses scholarships. Boat Club Cruises Mississippi Abingdon Boat Club members left July 13 at 3 p.m. from Oquawka Boat Club grounds for a 60-mile cruise to Andalusia and arrived there at 6:45 p.m. The group dined at Bev's Club and danced to the music of Barlow's Countrymen band. The night was spent at the Sequoia Motel, followed by Sunday morning breakfast at Riverqueen restaurant. The return trip began at 11:30 a.m. and the group arrived in Oquawka at 3:15 p.m. Thursday at 2 p.m. in the home of Miss Annis Jones. Abingdon Firemen's Auxiliary will meet at the Fire Station Thursday at 7:30 p .m. Members were asked to take needle, white thread, and, if at all possible, clean old sheets which can be cut up and used for coverings on cancer dressings. ' ' Meetings Plauned Neighborly Circle will meet Vacationers Return From Long Tour Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mors*, Debbie and Lorl returned Monday from a 2 -week vacation trip, which covered 4,300 miles. They traveled to White Sands at Alamogordo, N. M.; from El Paso, Tex., went into Old Mexico and saw the arena, where six bulls are killed each Sunday. They Visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owen, Phoenix, Ariz.; were in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, N. M.; stopped in Colorado and saw Donald Meachum, a cousin. At Canyon City, they took the Royal Gorge skyline drive at night which was created by prisoners in early 1900. They drove up Pike's Peak, went to Central City, Red Rock Park and Garden of the Gods. In Washington, Iowa, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffeth, former Abingdon residents. In addition to Old Mexico, the trip included nine states. The Morss family arrived Sat urday evening at their Gulfport river cabin,where.they spent the night. An assembly of 53 persons joined them there Sunday, with well-filled food baskets as a surprise honoring birthday of Mr. Morss. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hermbn Adwell, Myra Kay and Gale, Mr. and Mrs. James Morss and Mr. and Mrs. Norris Meachum, of Berwick; Mrs. Donald Meachum and children, Debbie, Donna' and Donriie, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson and children, Patty, Frankie and Clydena Mason, and Mrs. Clyde Hood and the Worthington children, of Bushnell; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boyd and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Severns and Jeri Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Morss, Mrs. Darrel Ashley and Kyle Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hickerson and Sonny, of Abingdon; Carl Thurman, Kirkwood; Marguerite Yoder, Oquawka; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. David Tate, Chillicothe; Mr. and Mrs. William Tate, Rome; Mrs. Morss, Debbie, Lori and the honoree. Orange Chapel Matt July 25 at 1:30 p.m. Refreshments were served to the group from a table centered with a floral piece. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Cook, Mrs. Leita Bonney, Mrs. Ernest Thurman, Mrs. Carl Hubbard, Mrs. Darrcll Hubbard and Mrs. George Dredge. Mrs. Meier and Mrs. Roy Conover, leaders of the DeLong Models 4-H Club, were guests. 4JFers Gain Recognitions KNOXVlLLlfc-Achtevement day for the Spoon and Spool 4 -H club and Dlhinda Daisies 4-H Club Wis held at a meeting of the Perslfer Momeffiakers at the Methodist Church in Dahlnda. Members of the clubs, mothers and leaders Mrs. Robert Johnson, Miss Mary Ann Fields, Mrs. Max Gale and Mrs. Cecil Palmer were present. Darlene Woolsey gave a talk on •Development of a Healthy Personality," and Margaret Shragel on "Milk." A demonstration on "Flag Etiquette" was given by Rae Moore. "Mixing Batter Bread" was demonstrated by Sharon Cooley. Stage Style Show A style show was featured, with the following girls modeling garments they had made: Mary fully, Lynne Cowley, Deflise Thurman, Janice Johnson, Pat Murphy, Janet Pierson, Marsha Fields, Christine Nichols, Mary Ann Fields, Rita Shragel, Kathy Mixer, Margaret Shragel, Rae Moore and Darlene Woolsey. There was a display of foods, handicrafts, roont improvements and photography, Other members who participated were Sandra and Shirley BIndel, Virginia West, Annie Wilson, Sharon, Nancy and Janet Cooley, Patricia Collopy, Susie Pierson, Cecilia Mixer and Debbie Gibson. Mrs. Lee Turner and Mrs. Clarence Carpenter of the Knox Unit presented the major lesson on "Dairy Foods." They prepared fondue and buttermilk salad dressing which was served with French bread and fruit salad. The foods prepared by the 4 -H members were served at the close of the meeting. . The next meeting of Persifer Homemakers will be a picnic Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. at Happy Hollow for members and their families. Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Wed, Jufv 17, 1963 $7 KNOXVILLE MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4 -6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 way Circle of the Methodist Church will be honored at a breakfast Thursday at 9:30 a.m. All members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service were invited. Meetings Announced The Knox Unit Of Homemakers. Extension will 'meet in the home of Mrs. Edgar Moorehcad Friday at 12 o'clock for a potluck dinner. Rolls and coffee will be furnished by the hostess. Members of the Mary Ann Con- Anniversaries Are Celebrated A party honoring three birthdays of the family was held in the home of Mrs. Ida Stephens Monday. Birthdays of Mrs. Ida May Craighead. July* 15; Miss Judy Terpening, July 29, and Don| old Craighead, Aug. 8, were cele­ brated. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Craighead and family of Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smothers, Bartonville; Gary Hornbacker, Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stephens and son, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Terpening and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Van Antwerp, Knoxville. Buffet Tabic Is Arranged for Group Mrs. James Walker served a variety of dairy foods, hot breads, fruit, hot 4nd cold drinks from a buffet table to members and guests of the Haw Creek Unit of the Homemakers Extension Association when they met at her home recently. Guests in attendance were three girls from the Kettles and Treadles 4-H Club. Sharyn Hedbloom demonstrated a cinnamon tea ring, Annn Swanson told of her stay at the University of Illinois during 4-H Week, and Linda Frost displayed home-made candles with tips on how to mold, decorate and color the wax for candle making. The girls also modeled the dresses they will show for dress selection day. Mrs. Evelyn Nelson and Mrs. Marion Walker prepared three dishes, using dairy products from the major lesson "Dairy Foods." Joyce Kilmer, poet especially noted for his "A Tree," was killed in military action in France in 1918. READ THE WANT JJJDS! Fancy Grocery eVNfMANA, Ky. (AP )~J »otte* returned Ernest GilUspieVauft* mobile to him m hour after it had been stolen from a grocery store parking lot. Asked why he didn't attempt to stop the thief when the man got into his car t G 1 11 i 8 p i e shrugged and replied, "I thought he was a parking lot attendant." READ THE WANT ADS1 RUBY'S Beauty Salon WEST SIDE EARL THEATRE KNOXVILLE OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS STARTING JULY 11 PHONE 289-9310 Dairy Products Are Reviewed for Unit "Dairy Food" was the major lesson given by Mrs. Guy Cramer and Mrs. Rudolph Sanburg at a meeting of the Orange Homemakers Extension Unit at Orange Chapel Hall recently. Two dishes were prepared and served to the group. The minor lesson was a style revue, talks and demonstrations by the members of the DeLong Models -4-H Club. Taking part were Pat Conover, Vickie Howerter, Sharon and Phyllis Kaser, Sharon and Linda James, Vera Wilcox, Mary Beth Bates,. Anna Meier, Sue Hatch, Becky McWilliams and Linda Berry. Jennifer and Karen Sanford were unable to attend but their garments were on display. Group singing was led by Mrs. Stanley Pumfrey. Announcement was made of officers training school at Lincoln Park July 30 at 12:30 p.m. with a potluck dinner and meeting to follow. Mrs. John Meier announced that the DeLong Models 4-H Club will have its local achievement day at SET TRULOCK REUNION Annual Trulock reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 4 at 12:30 p.m. in Abingdon City Park. KNOX COUNTY FAIR SATURDAY/ AUGUST 3 ALL SEATS FREE SATURDAY AFTERNOON BLEACHERS FREE, GRANDSTAND RESERVED FOR SATURDAY EVENING PERFORMANCE. Reserved Seat Ticket* Available at the Box Office. DOYLE SUMMER SALE Act Now... Best Selections For Early Shoppers - Convenient Budget Terms to meet your needs Now's the time to purchase the beautiful home furnishings you plan to have this fall ... in the sizzling hot weather of July. Doyle's gives you sizzling savings . . . Doyle's makes it worth shopping when it's hot. Buy quality furniture now for fall in luxury and beauty at July Sale Prices. Lay your selections away or take immediate delivery. Don't let these hot weather values escape you. Be sure to come early for the best selections. Living Room Suites - Sectionals - Sofas Sleepers and Sofa Beds WERE NOW $300.00 Sofa. Italian Provincial by Valentine Seaver. 78" overall. Biscuit-tufted back. Foam rubber cushions. Soft beige patterned matelasse. Cover carries performance tested label for long wear. $199.95 300.00 Sofa. Traditionally by Willett. 78" long. Box pleat, T-cushions in rubber. Delicate pattern in honey brown. Relax in comfort and enjoy the smart styling too. By Willett - known for quality. 199.95 400.00 Sofa. Contemporary, by Mastercraft. 90" sofa seats four. You have to see and feel this cover in champagne heavy washable nylon. Mastercraft carries lifetime construction guarantee —exclusive at Doyles. 249.95 350.00 Sofa. French Provincial by Valentine Seaver. 80" of beauty. Soft green with a touch of gold thread pattern. The highly polished wood trim is carried across bottom in front and sides. This sofa will add charm to any living room. ' 269.95 330.00 Three piece curved sectional by Kroehler. 40" cushions on ends and large curved piece. Just a few left in beige, rose beige and cocoa brown. 249.95 300.00 Sofa and chair by Schneider. Large pieces, well proportioned. Sofa is 90" overall. Arms are rounded and sloping with fine unusual detail. Molded foam back. Rose beige in durable nylon. Super value. 229.95 270.00 Sofa and chair by Kroehler. Several available at closeout prices. Our carload purchases of Kroehler living room enable us to give you exceptional buys. 189.95 WERE NOW $300.00 Sleeper. Extra long. Special design to sleep lengthwise. Rubber mattress. Molded rubber back. Three cushions. Ask for this special buy in brown nylon that looks like a contemporary sofa. $199.95 280.00 Sleeper by Kroehler in super soft plastic. Smart copper color will brighten any room. 189.95 230.00 Sleeper. For economy you can't beat this. Nylon cover, foam cushions and good innerspring mattress. Lawson style or-wide arm. 149.95 Sofa beds by Simmons, Kroehler, Joliet and King Koil in nylons and plastics. Large selection at big savings. Bedroom and Dining Room If you need a bedroom set or dining room set now. Every set is specially priced for this sale. Come to Doyles THE BUDGET SHOP DOWNSTAIRS IN DOYLE'S Big Selection of Early American bedroom, living and dining room by Kroehler, Valentine Seaver, Tell City, Ames and Fox. Early American Specials WERE NOW $280.00 Five piece living room. Sofa with tilt back that converts to an extra bed, matching chair, cocktail table and two end tables, A complete living room of rugged construction in Early American for years of hard wear and comfort, Quality construction by Fox. See it and you will buy it. One set in brown tweed and one in medium green tweed. $199,95 Danish Modern WERE NOW 280.00 Sofa and chair by Madison. For the true beauty of Danish Modern see this set by Madison. The wood frame is reinforced to last a lifetime. The fabric is finely woven nylon. The styling is tops. 189.95 Chairs - Rockers - Recliners See our recliners in French Provincial, Italian Provincial, Early American and Danish Modern in addition to a large selection in modern styles. $120.00 Recliner — king size — very comfortable. Last year's styling. Two left. $ 79.95 $120.00 Lounge chair by Valentine Seaver,, Choice of plastic or nylon. Many colors. 89.95 100.00 Swivel Rockers. Nylon covers and molded backs. Treat yourself to real comfort. 79.95 60.00 Sam Moore Chairs. Just arrived. These go fast at regular price. Buy a pair at these savings. 39.95 As Part of Doyle's Expansion Program, Something New Has Been Added . . . The Basement Budget Department. Be Sure and See This Completely Stocked' Section with Good Quality Furniture at Extra Low Prices. ' NOW EVERYBODY Can Buy at Doyles Bedroom — Double dresser, mirror, chest and bookcase bed. $ 94.95 Sofa Bed — Armless — heavy construction. 39.95 Hollywood Bed — Innerspring mattress, box spring on legs and plastic headboard. 39.95 Recliner — made by Berkline 44.95 Nobody Beats the Budget Shop Prices Limit 1 set per customers. $80.00 Value. Innerspring Mattress and Box Spring. 220 coil, ventilators and handles, pre-built border, fine ticking. A real special buy._-$ 44.95 per set 4 Piece Sectional. A wonderful buy in smart brown nylon cover. Cushions are foam. Smart looking at a giveaway price. 139.95 5'Piece Dinette. High pressure top table with leaf and 4 chairs. 34.95 7-Piece Dinette. Large table with leaf and 6 chairs. Chrome or bronze. 54.95 Limited Quantity. Oval Frame Mirror. 1.00 6-Pc. Living Room Group. Sofa and chair in nylon cover. Choice of colors. 2 step tables, cocktail table in walnut or limed oak. Two matching table lamps of your choice. 169.95 10 -Pc. Bedroom Group. Bookcase bed, large double dresser, mirror, chest, matching innerspring mattress and box springs, 2 pillows and 2 lamps. 169.95 COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION CONVENIENT TERMS FREE DELIVERY DOYLE FURNITURE COMPANY 428 East Main Street

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