Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 22, 1963 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, July 22, 1963
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Legion Plans Program At Alexis Gotesbura Register-Moil, Golesbura, HI. Monday, July 22. 1^63 I ALEXIS — Wafren • Henderson Bi-Cdimty Council of American legion will hold installation of officer* and potluck supper on lawn it home of Howard Moore Sunday at A p.m. George Lafferty will be instilled Vis commander, tn case of rain, it will be held in the Legion Hall. Alexli Briefs Mrs. Jessie Vance, Mrs. Doro* thy Koons, Miss Shirley Koons and Mrs. Robert Purlee attended the Artz-Lubke Wedding it the United Presbyterian Church in Biggsvllle Sunday. Miss Artz is a granddaughter of Mrs. Vance. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Purlee and family of Thomson spent the weekend in Alexis. Ed Olin, who fell in his home July 4 and fractured his hip, was returned Monday to the Aledo hospital from Mercy Hospital, Davenport, where he underwent •urgery. Mr.' and Mrs. Fred House of Newman visited friends here and attended funeral for Ray Law* rence July 11. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hix and son of Tucson, Ariz., are visiting at home of 0. M. Perkins and Mrs. Ada Greenwood. St. Theresa's Altar Society will Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose false teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laugh. JuBt sprinkle a little PASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (non-acid). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. hold ice cream social July 28 from 1 5 to 9 p.m. in the church base* ment. Miss Carolyn Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin, returned home after spending the past 10 days at Lake Chelan, Hoiden Village, Washington. She accompanied a group of 20 young folks from Lutheran Church in Monmouth on the trip which was made by train. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Parris and children of Abingdon spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Purlee. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hart nnd children spent several days last week visiting her mother in Tompkins Takes New School Job YATES CITY - Harold. Tompkins, who had been principal of the school at Dwight the past three years, will be/superintendent of the elementary schools in Bartonville the coming year. Tompkins was reared in Yates City and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins of Yates City, and is the twin brother of Harry Tompkins of Pueblo, Colo., having moved to that city this summer. Tompkins* wife is the former Patricia Clark and they have three children, Mike, Bill and Rose Marie. .Bumble Bee, Cat Back, Ali Chuk Son, Clip, Cowlic, Glance, Gripe, Wake-up Wash and Happy Jack are towns in Arizona. Dwight. Robert Smithers of Grand Rap' ids, Mich,, and Dr. James Struth* ors of Warsaw, Wis., and Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles Lawrence of ftayner, Wis., returned to their homes after being called here oy the death of their uncle and broth- «r, Ray Lawrence. Rev. tra McBride of Rhonda Beach, Calif., visited Monday at the home of Mrs. Jennie Smith And Mrs. Dorothy koons. The New Skimmer Attorn Mothers Tell of Work For Veteram ALTON A - Altona Mothers of World War 11 held an all-day session Tuesday at the home of Elisabeth VandeWalle. The forenoon was. spent tearing and sewing ear- pet rags. There were four guests, Mrs. Alice Nyma, Mrs. Margaret Nel­ son, Mrs. Maxine Andrews and the hostess's daughter Carolyn. A letter of thanks was read from Kankakee Hospital for goods received which were valued at $M Used clothing had been sent to Dixon valuation $35.06. Mrs. Ora Carney read a poem entitled "Trees." The unit voted to serve Lions Club suppers throughout the year. Eva Andrews, Jeanette Simpson, Elizabeth Van de Walle, Mattie McGaan, Ruth Keener, Jennie Lofgren and Corda Litton attended the annual iSth District picnic of Mothers of World War II at Annawan Thursday. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! INOS WIONISOAY Sm ELVIS in "IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S PAIR" CAM THEATRE CAKL Knoxville Don Witmer it now otiociottd wifH Arcade Barber Shop Weinberg Areadt Corner Simmons and Proirii Sr. Clean • Air Conditioned • Union Shop Leland M. Smith INSURANCE l Room 435, Bank of Galesburg Bldg. * hvmmJM /kilUI -Mifii /^r*""- Phone 342-4412 TOW / mJdifmtinl mesmm POLAROID FILM TYPE 37 $1 "l"7 3000 SPEED * I % £ I BLACK PEPPER PURE GROUND 4-oz. Con 17c CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY! Top fashion this season Is th« clever little skimmer that's easy to sew and fun to wear, A short version is also provided for this one. No. 1475 with Photo-Guide is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12, 32 bust, 2V\ yards of 35-inch; S / B yard contrast. To order send 50 cents In coins for each pattern to Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register-Mall. 319 W VanBuren St.. Chicago 7, III Add 10 cents for lst-class mailing. Print name, address with zone, style number and size. GIANT LB. CAPACITY 1 ^' ' illP^^ SBipfliij WASHER • • MODEL WA-504X NEW TROUBLE-FREE PUMP FITS LIKE A BUILT-IN IMPROVED FILTER.FLO SYSTEM NEW SPIRAL ACTIVATOR t WASH TEMPERATURE SELECTION WATER SAVER SELECTOR WITH NEW Trouble-Free PUMP Buttons, naiti, matches and ethar Items will nsvsr clog or causa damags. They sasily pass through th*> new trouble-free pump and art caught by the Filter-Flo strainer. Exchange; G*i DRYERS START AT *149 95 CON New 7 Pay FREE Home Trial •*» 01, P.. tibia Plihwaihars <- *»© BUeki Todsy BLACK MAIN i SfMINABY BROTHERS APPUANCI Of FT. — J4J-0I74 1 Kill ants, chiggers, earwigs, cutworms, white grubs, etc. •;• '$0 ffh IN THE GARDEN—Acme 6% Chlordane Dust does the job quickly, surely. Just dust on the ground. One pound covers 250-400 Square feet. IN THE HOME—kills ants, cockroaches, silver fish, crickets, spi« den and many others, STAINLESS - Swvlu far • TABLEWARE SET '0^ m Prices Effective Mon. Thru Wed. ^-J sunglaBH Male G WITH CASE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST v 55"xl2" PLASTIC SWIM POOLS TWO RING INFLATABLE RACK • I |T 77c I )\ AVIATOR I Playing i ' Cards osco rJlCJ YOUR GARDEN *wi GARDEN GUARD Ready-to-use Garden Guard insecticide dust protects beans, peas, cabbage, cauliflower, and other vegetables from garden pests. Apply it safely right up to harvest time. No toxic residue. Use also on flowers, shrubs, small fruits. 1-lb. can, 4-lb. bag. GARDEN GUARD' 620 ANSCO 127 ALL-WEATHER PAN FILM 3 Rolls 67c BLACK AND WHITE PROCESSING 12 EXPOSURE ROLLS HUNTS PEACHES NO. 2Vi CAN HALVES CANS GARDEN NEEDS RAID FLYING 12-oz. Spray Can INSECT KILLER 97c KEEP YOUR HOME INSECT FREE 14-oz. Spray Can With 5% D.D.T.__. Stand-by INDOOR-OUTDOOR AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 14-oz. Can 57c 87c VILLAGE GREEN GRASS SEEP 5»- 77c INSECT REPELLENT ^\f?Ef Hours of protection Spray ft7 — \Jfl I • from insects. Can W I C FRESH MARSHMALLOW CIRCUS 1963 "25 r /REMINGTON! \ • New shaver motor for more power! Four % roller combs for more comfort! 17" SUMMER SALE! ALUMINUM—PLASTIC FABRIC 14" High FOLDING COT $ 6.57 PLASTIC — BUSHEL SIZE Laundry Basket .-. 47c HEAVY DUTY 11 INCH PATIO BROOM 77c FOLDING WOODEN LAWN CHAIR »3.77 COIL SPRING INTER FILLER Car Seat Cushion 97c LARGE 11 OZ. BAG NEW PREMIUM STP SUPER CONCENTRATED OIL TREATMENT LONGER LIFE FOR CARS - TRUCKS TRACTORS 16 FL. OZ. CAN UDICO CAN OPENER AND KNIFE SHARPENER 2 GIFTS IN ONEI ALL MITAL CONSTRUCTION ?Good Housekstping* V tutiumi / U I. APPROVED W 7 MODEL C 73 Get rugs beautifully clean - the way Save money, time, work! Bissell Rug Shampoo Master with Bissell Rug Shampoo makes rugs sparkle again. Easy-no stooping or mess Fast -shampoo a 9 x J2 in under Vt hour Saft-on all domestic rug* Economical-under It sq.ft. for shampoo. WSSk m Rug Shompoo CONCENTRATED 1 Pint 6 ox. *1.77 HolfGol. -*3.77 One Gol. -H.V ALL NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO INVINCIBLE DELUXE KING EDWARDS CIGARS BOX OF 50 or 10-5 PKS. MIXM ASTER HAND MIXER t Finger-tip speed control—sis mix settings. t Full-mix beaters—automatic finger-tip beater ejector. • Lightweight, pov/erful—stores on wall when not to us* Removable cord.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 7,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free