Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
Page 12
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r> t- i J s -. * i J F l H I * T - T •= 't ™ * • i "if L L - 4 T" f . I I I J ' A - " H F | • ^ E. T" Jr. • f- 13 h V i .i i it 'I 1-' 1 - r t 1 1 I f I I i AfliANTIC GlfYi N.J. (AP)Mrs. Virginia Britt of Pert Laud- ertiate, f}a.» has brought home a winner in her first race a* a pilot in the Powder Puff Derby. Mrs, Britt and her copilot, Mrs. Lee Winfield of Miami Springs, FIa M were declared the winners in the 17th annual coast-to-coast race for women fliers Tuesday night after the last of 43 competing planes finished their flights here. The winners 1 plane was a 180- horsepower Piper Cherokee. New Yorker 9 oan Victoria Home VICTORIA - Miss Bell Hanawalt of Chicago spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Nelson. Also visiting at the Nelson home were a son, Lionel Nelson of New York City, for which he left by car Monday. SAM DAWSON AP final***! N*#i Analyaft NEW YORK (AP)Stalemate psychology plaguing both the stock market and business plan* tiers at midsummer. Too many problems are at the maybe-yes, maybe*no stage today for comfort. F In Moscow, maybe the Russians are ready for first steps that could in time lead to lightening the armament cost burden for taxpayers, and maybe they are not. What that will or won't mean Miss Virginia Galesburg and Miss Hinchliff of Gertrude Sayre of Victoria are at Traver City for a two-week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gravitt spent a few days recently at Topeka, Kan., visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gravitt, and have since returned to Victoria. Mrs. Arch Milroy entertained the Happy Hour Club at her home last week. Christopher Columbus is given credit for the first reliable report on the region known as the Sargasso Sea. OR? l. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. •43-6317 or 342-3017 339 E Mats Hours: t) A.M. lo ft F.M. Fridays: 9 KM. to 9:30 P.M. WadMsday*! TU Noon. to many companies with defense contracts, present or prospective, Wall Street would tike to know. The rail labor strife may be settled by the President's study panel or by the Congress, and St. Augustine News Topics ST. AUGUSTINE - Miss Joyce Ralston and Raymond Sandy of markets Burlington spent the weekend flh ort-tenn interest rates will maybe it can't be without at least the v And then maybe the rails would be seised and maybe they wouldn't. Shipper* would like to know, and so would bustoeesmen wwtying about inventories. And so would the truck and barge lines. Civil rights legislation may come to a climax soon or may be dragged out further. The uncertainty isn't good for business now. The threat of increased racial strife in many parti of the nation could disrupt much business planning. Hie problem could last long after its day in Congress. Tax legislation is at the critical stage in Congress. How it may finally turn out and what it will do to business is a major uncertainty just now. A tax cut could spur business activity. Or, soma say, it could merely lay the foundation for future inflation by increasing the federal deficit. the moment the financial . parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ralston. t Mr. and Mrs. Pat Keeling of Kewanee recently visited in the home of her sister, Mrs. Nelie Smith. Mrs. America Ryan of St. Au- long-term borrowing costs, too. The Federal Reserve Board Tuesday raised the discount rate to 3% per cent from 3 per cent. This charge by Federal Reserve banks to* member banks for gustine is visiting in the home of w j, a t they borrow usually sets the her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. p ace f or a jj s hort-term rates, such as charges that commercial banks Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morris make for j oans to businessmen. " family of Erie spent the week- This may or may not i ong- term rates, those charged on Gray. mortgages, corporate Mr. and Mrs. Mike Masterson of London Mills Sunday called on Mr. and Mrs. Owen Ralston. The Merry-Go-Round Sewing Club held its annual fish fry and potluck dinner at the school park in St. Augustine Sunday. Those attending were Mrs. Maude Meachum, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schreck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steve LITT LE YORK — Mr. and Mrs Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde War- wimam Watson of Michigan City ren, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sublett Ind ^ m visiting in the home oi and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mellton Mr and ms James Hottle an(i Selph and granddaughter. Mr. other re i atives here. enhammer and Indianans Welcomed at Little York Mr. and Mrs * « . Virgil Boock tar-and family, Mrs. Maude Ryan, and Mrs. Ethel Knapp. Republic Investors Life Insurance Co., at Moline* Miss Marilyn Talbott is a patient at the Moline Public Hospital, where she underwent surgery on her knee Wednesday. Mrs. Edwin McCulIough Wednesday was in Burlington, where she spent the day at the Burlington Hospital with her father, Will Ross of Roseville, who underwent surgery there recently. Mrs. Virgil Boock attended the Belmont Priscilla Club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Daryl Do well. Bill McCormick is visiting his uncle Erne§t Shannon at Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. William Watson and Mr. and Mrs. James Hottle were supper guests Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith at Belmont. The Farmerettes met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Dwight Ricketts. Connie McCormick is visiting her sister Mrs, Jerome Waymouth and family in Galesburg. Clothing Subjects Discussed by 4 -H 'ers ALTONA Altona 4 -H Girls IT'S THE GALESBURG PLYMOUTH-VALIANT DEALERS Club met recently in the home of Janice Burns. Talks were given by Miss Burns, "Choosing Your Material;" Sue Nelson, "Marking a Hem;" Virginia Russell, "A Good-Looking Dress is a Well- Fitted Dress"; Jean Bjorling, "Spoilage of Food"; Mary Johnston, "Fitting a Dress"; Becky White, "Putting on a Collar" and "Important Points of Freezing." Miss Burns also gave a demonstration on "Porcupine Meatballs," and Linda McMaster also gave a talk on •'Needles and Thread." PLYMOUTH BEAT 'EM AT RIVERSIDE NOW WEU BEAT 'EM AT RETAIL! Remember that last showdown? Plymouth left Ford and Chevrolet in the dust iu 8 out of 10 official tests made at Plymouth's request at Riverside, California. Now Plymouth THE BIG QUESTION ON HEALTH INSURANCE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS: IS IT AVAILABLE? YES ! from Mutual r r • >i i» junnio* dowa the other* at retail. Low, low prices I High trade-ins! Terrific deals! OON'T BUY ANY CAR UNTIL YOU SEE OUR "SHOWDOWN SPECIALS"! WEAVER Gol«fburg MOTORS 1611 Grand Ave. OF OMAHA ^ Mutual of Omaha Iniuranc? Co, m Call me for full information on the variety of plans for people €5 and over, offered by Mutual of Omaha, the company that Insures more than 1 million 200 thousand senior citizens. . THOMAS, 309 BO.VDI Bl.DG. PH. 343-8593 First Picnic ILLtAMSrifiU) The annual potluck dinner and ptenk sponsored by the St. James Altai and Rosary Society will be helc Sunday at 1 p.m. at Happy Hoi low Lake. Baptismal Held tn private services Sunday eve ning. the sacraments of baptism were administered to infants Amy Kathleen ShuUi and Deter** Ann ttiatt. Rev. Vincent WW otffctated at the rites in -t home. Witnessing the biptta were Mr. and Mrs, Ited H, Shtdtt. Debra and Susan, Mr. and Mri. Kenneth ttiatt, tialpfc and Rotno- na, Mrs. Ruth Hlatt, Mr. and Mrs, *¥ed Shulti Sr., and tori, lit Rerce, in addition to Mr. and I Mrs. Roger Paul, MossvMe, i Mfs. Will, Ann, Edith and Steven, Springfield, Mo. 1 ' RffRv Will raff fHI " Clm WWIng WRV in Mfi* Mftty K<sftt# tt home in Great Britain acquired Oibral. tar from Spain, under provision* ^ the Peace of Utrecht. ALTONA w«ia AkMi NMihtoni held •• a _ day tt the Kofus Building. Mrs. Loretta Mills led in prayer, A etrd of thanks from Viola iStgte was read. Mrs. Joan Eagle was accepted ti a beneficiary m*m- ber Mrs. Petri Collinson, Mrs. Don^ na O'Mern and Mrs. Mtt Ltw« If tltitid with brother Ctrl and ftmtl* the Air Eorte. The ptst three yitri, h« tM Hi ftm% htd beim In Newfoundland. Me will In t radar unit. t* l» theft MM* tl HWM mtht Bahamts nfttr t month's mm with hw pennu, Mr. end Mrs. Hobert Grnhn at Altona Mrs, A. L Calif., visited with Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. CttrtMt Wffo man Sr, and Mr. and Mm Cltr. •nte Beekman Jr. of Kewttiet were guests Sundty of Mf. and Mrt. Htreld Beckman. Mr. and Mn. Meiuy Btjity spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of the former's sdn>M'la# Mr. and Mrs. William Kempf tnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs and daughter Tami; have 1 return* I Taylor at Lima i I l i t t r t L i < MORE COOLING NEWS! Tea.. , Full strength-ready to pour, Lemonade.. . Most like homemade. ENJOV TH69S QOOLINO •l «FRE «He ««-NOWI t 4 • t >1 J 3 r "3> -

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