Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 19, 1963
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YAfES CWt - Mra, Lewis Sherman of Abingdon Sunday was a dinner gtiost of her mother, Mr*, Emma Housmaft. Mf. md Mrs, ttariattd Soltefi* arid Holland and Boles of Monmouth and Mrs. Laura Etefrafid of Elmwood were lunch guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Porterfleld Sunday. days with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee. Mrs. filbert Richardson and daughter Susan attended a bridal shower July 10 for Miss Gloria Jean Bennett in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitch* Patrick and Karen returned home Saturday after visiting at the Detls in Wisconsin and in the home of Mr. Mrs. Jesse Mrs. Donald Long of McCana in Valparaiso, Ind. Page, Idaho, have been visiting relatives and friends in Yates City and Maquon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bantz of Minneapolis, Minn., were calling on relatives in Yates City July 13 en route from Tampa, Fla., where they had visited relatives. Mrs, Helen Hillman of Farmington spent an afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Hudson of Trivoll were recent callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMasters and her brother, Arthur Dargoo, who is seriously ill. Mrs. E. C. Knockel, Marlys and John, of Phoenix, Ariz., who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Quinton German, went to Chicago Tuesday for a few Mr. and Mrs Monday for a few weeks vacation in Yellowstone Park and other points of interest in the West. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Murdock Williamsfield Mrs. Don INSURE AGAINST FIRE Commercial fc Domestic Fire Insurance Ask About Our Home Owners Policy Plan. Insurance Phone 342-3414 220 HID Arcade McKeever of Fairview were Sun* day callers in the Charles McMasters home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith spent Sunday afternoon with her brother, Charles Huber Jr. and wife in Williamsfield. Clyde Wheeler and grandson, Steve Latfcsaw of Decatur, Sunday had dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler. Afternoon callers were * Dr. and Mrs. Fred Endres of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clark and Mrs. Richard Slayton, Jeff and Keith have returned home from Ft. Riley, Kan., where they went to accompany Mrs. Robert Clark to her home in Yates City. evening with their «on*irt -law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Mr. arid Mrs. Mark Lewellen of Etmwood were also evening callers. Mrs. Joe Scott of Williamsfield called on Mrs. Ethel Cunningham and the Jack Stodgell family July 11. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Payne of Walters, Okla., and Mrs. Har* ley C. Fuller Friday had dinner with Mrs. Mary Lee Maxey and Kay. Mrs. Ethel Simkins of Douglas and Ann Simkins of Knoxville spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Simkins at Aplington, Iowa. Patty Simkins returned home with them for a va* cation with Illinois relatives. From Rockford Mr. and Mrs. William Grover of Rockford are visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. June Antrim, and the June Kelly family. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Bell and family of Racine, Wise, visited a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bell. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rathjin of Davenport. Morning callers were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ryno of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laurson attended the National Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary convention in Peoria. Laurson served Property Is Transferred At Burgess BURGESS—The William Gowdy residence in Burgess has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Thompson who have lived several years in the Virgil Anderson tenant house a mile west of Burgess Larry Griffith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Yerkey, returned home the last of the week from Epworth Springs, near Lewistown, where he attended the Methodist Youth Camp. Mrs. Frank Alberts of Medford, Ore., is visiting relatives and friends near Aledo and vi- Need Human Touch NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Hie director of the University of Oklahoma's Employment Service says students and jobs can't be matched up with electronic devices using punched cards. Leonard D. Harper, criticizing recently announced plans by the U.S. Employment Service on tm* puterizing job * seeking college students, said "the service has to be more personalized. "The personnel in the service has to know the type of student and his attitude/• he said. The mechanical system "leaves little room for individual differences/' The name of Wilbur Wright, co inventor of the airplane, was added to the Mall of Fame for Great Americans in 1955. The USS Albacore is consid Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shideman I as chaplain for the group. spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Nona Tuckey, and the John cinity. Mrs. Alberts and the late | ered world's fastest submarine. Mr. Alberts lived several years in the Burgess community. Steve Mustapitch and son Stevie of Wataga were supper guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feik. Stevie returned home with his father after spending the weekend in the Feik home. Mrs. Lucile McKown of Aledo, Bleichner family in Dunlap. They were accompanied home by their daughters Cinthia and Diane, who had spent since July 4 with relatives in Dunlap. Mr. and Mrs. William Norton, Debbie, Treasa and Sammy, have returned home from a vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Broadfield of Williamsfield and Mrs. Florence Gutshall of Elmwood have been recent callers in the James Wheeler home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber Sr. of Williamsfield snent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Payne of Walters, Okla., spent a night with Mr. and Mrs. Harley C. Fuller. They all motored to Knoxville where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gooding. Mrs. Cora Fay Dunlap was also a guest in the Gooding home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feldner had dinner at Westbrpok Gourmet in Pekin. Mr. and Mrs. John Brewer, Tommy and John returned home after a vacation spent with relatives in Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Mrs. Estel Polen of Gilson and Mis. Charles Brockley of Galesburg spent an afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Don Burgess and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Burgess spent Sunday evening in the Burgess home. Mrs. Richard Grubb of Galesburg spent Saturday afternoon in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Burgess. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Laurson spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith in Wataga. Carol Wells spent the past week with her father, Voris Wells in Indiana and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Tackman of Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Payne of Walters, Okla., spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Harlev C. Fuller. Mrs, Jessie Lundeen and Miss Wilma Olin were supper guests Monday of Rev. and Mrs. Vern Wortman of Macomb. The group viewed slides of New Zealand and a portion of Australia, that Mrs. McKown took on her recent trip there. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Boyer of Speer were callers on Burgess friends and vicinity Sunday. Boyer and family formerly lived in Burgess. it's Weber's for fin* Dinnerware $1 down WEBERS $1 week THE GIFT SHOP 149 EAST MAIN 342-1417 GirU Vkit 4 In Kentucky DAMINDA—Spec 4 and Mrs, fid Lumberry of Hopkinsvillc, Ky M returned to their home after a 30-day furlough and the Misses Mary and Becky farrish accompanied them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hill and family of Toledo, Ohio, are spending their vacation here with relatives in Victoria and their father* Meerschaum pipes are made from a soft white mineral which dries and hardens when, exposed to the sun. First iron ore shipments from Minnesota's gigantic deposits was made in 1884. Hunter Mill, in Dfthinda. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ken- dpp returned home ttm Salem, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lumberry and Mr. and Mrs. CUM Sexton left Sunday for a motor trip through the Southern states arid will visit with Spec. 4 Ed Lum* berry in Mopkinsvilte, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. ttalph Tonkins returned home after spending ttift weeks with relatives in Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Parrish and son Jim and Mrs. Bessie Parrish spent the weekend visiting relatives in Gorin, Mo. Birthdays Observed A potluck dinner was held Sunday at Happy Hollow Lake honoring birthdays of Mrs. Tonkins and Leland Keneipp. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tonkins, Mr.\ and Mrs. Charles and son. Mr. and Cherrington Leland son, Keneipp, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McQueen and family, Mrs. Mr. and Mr§. Dwriflct P «**tt ateft, Mr. Mid Mrs., imf m Mttkte and family and Mf. * Mrs. Gerald McQueen and family. Robert Armstrong of Chicago visited friends here over tht weekend. Mrs. Ethel Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Diehard Davis and family of Dahinda attended the Wit- lison reunion at the Cardie Cher* rington home Sunday. EMUfflN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT 1INSIS IVH IXAMINID LIVING SOUND HEARING AID* GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. MJ.M17 «f Mt-ttlf tit E. Mala Hount • A.M. lo IP Fridays) • A.M. t« tt* PM. wtiiitiuMv'i TU MOM. CIT1FS SfRVKE FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JULY 19-20-21 WITH PURCHASE OF 8 GALLONS OR MORE GASOLINE SPURGEON CITIES HENDERSON and DAYTON STS. Next to Northgote Bowling Lanes 1962 COMET CUSTOM 4 DR. RETAIL WAS $2195.00 Mercomatic. Radio, heater, light blue and sharp. I960 FORD FAIRLANE 500 4 DR. $1395.00 6 cylinder. St. slick, white and red. One owner. 1960 CHEVROLET C0RVAIR $1295.00 4 2 door, 700 series. Automatic. Radio, w-walls. 1959 MERCURY MONTEREY 4 DR. $1495.00 Mercomatic. Radio, heater, good tires. Runs good. 1960 CHEVROLET 4 DR. BEL AIR $1695.00 Power steering, power brakes, Powerglide, radio. One owner. WHOLESALE. NOW 95 $1 00 oo $ 00 $ 00 RETAIL WAS 1962 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 4 DR. $5695.00 Air conditioning. Full power. White outside. Beautiful black leather inside. I960 MERCURY MONTEREY 4 DR. $1895.00 P. steering, P. brakes. One owner. Black. Real nice. I960 FALCON RANCHERO PICKUP $1295.00 Automatic Custom cab. Heater. Looks like new. 1959 FORD 6ALAXIE 2 DR. HDTP $1495.00 Cruisamatic. Rad, htr. Real clean. A steal at wholesale. 1958 MERC PARKLANE 2 DR. HDTP $1195.00 P. steering, P. brakes, P. windows. The best we made in '58. WHOLESALE NOW 295 1595 1095 00 S 00 RETAIL WAS 1961 PONT CATALINA 4 DR. HDTP $2295.00 P. steering, P. brakes. Hydramatic. 24,000 actual miles. White outside. 1960 INTERNAT'L% TON PICKUP $1395.00 Owned by local contractor. 24,000 miles. Runs excellent. 1959 PLYMOUTH 2 DR. 6 CYL Automatic Very clean. You buy for wholesale. 1959 MERC MONTEREY 4 DR HDTP $1595.00 P. steering, P. brakes. Mercomatic. White and blue and cheap too. 1958 PLYMOUTH 4 DR V8 ST. STICK $795.00 White and blue and radio too. Real clean. Runs fine. WHOLESALE NOW 2095 1095 s 795 $ 595 RETAIL WAS 1958 PLYMOUTH CUST. SUBURBAN $795.00 2 dr. wagon. P. steering, V8. Automatic. Nice. 1957 DESOTO 4 DR. V8 $595.00 Automatic. Radio. 1957 MERCURY 4 DR. HDTP Automatic. Real sharp. 1957 FORD 4 DR. HDTP Blue. Automatic. V8. 1956 FORD 6, Straight Stick 1956 FORD 8, Straight Stick 1956 PLYMOUTH 6, Auto. _ $895.00 $795.00 v -15 0 WHOLKSALK SOW 00 00 00 00 1958 PLYMOUTH 4 DR. V8 RETAIL WAS $695.00 Automatic. Runs fine. Looks good, Priced to sell. 1957 MERCURY 2 DR. HDTP Automatic. We have two. 1957 01DS 4 DR. 88 Automatic. Radio. Real clean. 1956 MERCURY 4 DR. MONT. P. steering, P. brakes. $795.00 $795.00 $595.00 WHOLESALE $ NOW 595 695 00 $ 00 $ 395 00 RETAIL WAS 1958 MERCURY 4 DR. MONTEREY $1095.00 P. steering, P. brakes. Radio. Look at this price. 1957 FORD II £11 ST. STICK $595.00 4 dr. Runs good. Priced to move. 1957 LINCOLN 2 DR. HDTP. h Full power. Runs fine. 1956 BUICK 4 DR. SPECIAL Dynaflow. Radio. $1095.00 $595.00 WHOLESALE NOW 795 395 895 495 1956 MERCURY 2 Dr. Hdtp, shorp- $595 1955 OIDSMOBIIE 4 Or. 88 $395 1954 BUICK ROADMASTER $200 1955 MERCURY 4 Dr $395 1955 D*SOTO 4 Dr. $200 1953 PONTIAC 2 DR. $100 1955 CHEVY, 37,000 miles $495 1955 BUICK ROADMASTER $295 1955 CHEV. 4-Dr Station Wagon-$150 JIM SHERWOOD - DICK WELTY (MEET US AT THE CORNER BROAD FERRIS) GENE SWANSON - HAROLD THOMPSON

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