Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 13
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July 24, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

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Fulton Slate s on ray , fhe annum fvAUm County Soil ftn« Watef Conservation Field bay and Piling Contest are afcheduled fo* Thursday, Aug A This annual event gives farmers an opportunity to see conservation Applied to the land. The plowing contest will Include entries in both the level- land and contour plowing events. Anyone l« and older living in Fulton County is eligible to enter, the\ two. plowing contents. Although implement dealers and their personnel are not eligible to participate as contestants, they may provide equipment and assistance such as furnishing a - tractor and plow properly adjusting It for the plowing conditions. The contestant'and his helper, however, must do the plowing in the contest. Keith Mueller and his co-workers of .the Soil Conservation Service will lay out and properly stake the lands for both the level-land and contour plowing events. Engage Bowers Wendell Bowers', agricultural engineer of the College of Agriculture at the University of Illinois, will assist with the plowing events and other soil and water conservation activities. Other conservation activities included in the program will be establishing and repairing. grass waterways, building terraces, and preparing for a fall seeding of legumes and grasses for hay and pasture, flans further 'include a demonstration of pre-soil sampling and a demonstration .showing different soil types and the proper method of handling for top crop production. The field day will be on the Myrle Bearce and Ray' Chipman farms, approximately one mile east of the new Farm Bureau Building. It is under construction and located just north of Lewistown at the intersection of 100 and 97. The program will be from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. All farmers interested in conservation were invited to attend. Women also were welcomed. The cooperation to make this successful is provided through the Fulton Coifity Soil and Water Conservation District, Soil Conservation Service, Fulton County Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service, Agricultural Extension Service of the University of Illinois and the Agricultural Extension Council of Fulton County. Others who provide assistance are the Fulton County Farm Bureau and Fulton Service Co., along with many other indi^ viduals interested in promoting soil and water conservation. 4-tPers Visit Research Hospital GERLAW — Members of the Snip and Stir 4-H Club visited Galesburg State Research Hospital Wednesday, taking cookies and rick-rack flowers to women in two wards. Earlier in the week, July 16, they met -jointly with Gerlaw units of Warren County Homemakers Extension Association. A demonstration on preparing tarts was given by Joyce Lantz and making flowers from rick rack and pipe cleaners was discussed by Phyliss Carson. Peggy Ault gave a talk on 4-H camp. About ten girls with clothing as their projects presented a style show, modeling the garments they had made. Photography, handicraft and baked products were on display and judged by Martha Olin. A scrapbook on "Party:a-Month," was on display for the 4-H group kept by Mary Harwood. Peel those pears before you Eimmer or bake them in sugar syrup, Bridge PlayerV Dream Finesse By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The late George Reithwas one of the great bridge players of the twenties and thirties. George started me off oh my bridge career by inviting me to be his partner in the first contract tournament ever held. Not only did he invite me to play with him, but he carried me through to victory. NORTH ft *54 ¥9742 • 97 4108643 WEST EAST •98732 4AKQJ106 ¥ 865 VK103 • 8 6 3 2 • None 4 2 •J 9 7 5 SOUTH (D) 1 4 None »AQJ • A K Q J10 5 4 *AKQ North and South vulnerable South West North East 6 4 Pass Pass 6 4 7 • Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 3 George's favorite hand is still well worthy of study. A modern scientist might disdain the spectacular six diamond opening bid, but George had a good reason for making it. He did not want to give his opponents a chance to get together and find a spade sacrifice. y When East managed to find a a sacrifice anyway George decided to gamble on seven. West thought about going to seven spades, but finally passed in hope of beating the grand slam. West was looking at four diamonds and also was certain that George was gambling when'he bid the grand slam. The first look at dummy did not make George at all happy. It looked as if he would have to take two finesses in hearts and there was only one sure entry to dummy. There also was a possible second entry and in accordance with the principle of giving the cards a chance, George ruffed the spade opening high, led a low trump and finessed dummy's seven spot. A heart finesse came next, followed by a second heart finesse, and a claim of the rest of the tricks. Church Group At Woodhull Add Members WOODHULL-Lutheran Church Women met at the Bethany Lutheran Church Thursday. Mrs. Oliver Stephenson led the devotions. Two new members, Mrs. L. L. Carlson and Miss Margery Bloomberg were welcomed into the society. On Aug. 1, a breakfast will be served at the church* to which the public was invited. Program announced by Mrs. Florence Carlson follows: Piano solo, Bonnie Peterson; voca solo, Mrs. Gene Brown, with piano accompaniment by Mrs Ruth Sticrs; vacation travel talk with pictures, Rev. E. M. Lorimer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. DeWayne Charlson, Mrs. Logan Stiers, Mrs. Duairi Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Ferno, Mrs. A. S. Calmer, Mrs, Tracy McKey and Mrs, Amy Howell. Know how to test a loaf of yeast bread to see if it is baked enough? Remove the loaf from its pan and tap the bread on the bottom or side; if the loaf sounds hollow it's ready; if not, replace the bread in the pan and continue baking. To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN In preparation for your future let us train you NOW for the field of Beauty Culture. We would like to give you some of our enthusiasm for it. Ntw Clan Begins Week of August 6, 1963. Galesburg School of Beauty Culture 234 I, Main St. Dili 3434610 Galtiburg, Illinois Birthday h Celebrated At Toulon 4 fOOLdN—Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hackwllh held a birthday supper Thursday for the 2nd birthday of their daughter Paula. Guests were Airman l.C. and Mrs. Donald Hackwith and Mrs. Douglas Boyd and Doug, Chicago, and Mrs. William Parrott and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson and children, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hackwith. Love Circle Meets The Love Circle of Women's Baptist Mission Society met at the home of Mrs. Violet Cox, The devotloris and program were directed % Mrs. Phillip Kltter- man, t*ail Nabte Grand* The Past Noble Grand Club of Toulon Rcbekah lodge will meet Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Fred Cole. News Moles Mr. and Mrs. Grant O'Conner of Kansas; City, Kan., came last week to visit their cousin, Mrs. Ida Dimmick. Miss Ada Winans of Scotts Bluff, Neb., has been visiting her brother, J. Henry Winans, and other relatives. Gotesbufa Register-Mail, Salesbufa, III., Wed.. Julv 24, 1963 Ififc READ THE WANT ADSf Lkt Guests At Woodhull Residence WOODtttJLL-Mr. and Mrs. Hoi* bert Emanuel and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bauer of Gillespie were weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Beryl Perry and family. Miss Sandra Johnson of Woodhull and Miss Maureen Johnson of New Windsor left .Saturday for a 2-wcek vacation trip in Honolulu, Hawaii. Rev. and Mrs. James Weiss and family are on a vacation trip in the East. Mike Larson and Steven Rehn representing the Clover Corn Kings 4-H Club have returned from the 4-H camp (White Eagle) near Polo. Charles Nelson of Galesburg, formerly of Woodhull, is a surgical patient in the Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Esther Kettering of Orion Pennington Kin Mark 50th He mi ion DAH1NDA - The 50th annual Pennington reunion was held recently at Lake Storey with about 50 present, Officers elected for the coming year were Mrs. Clarence Allen, president; Mrs. Jerry Macy, vice president, and Mrs. Tom Collopy, secretary-treasurer. Those attending the reunion held a potluck dinner at the park. spent two days in the home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Heflin and husband. George Bloomberg Jr. has returned from a vacation auto trip to California. Christine and Kathy Nelson, Rebecca Minder, Michele Anderson, Mary Downs, Jacque Null, and Christine Vanover are spending a week at White Eagle 4-H Camp near Polo. Corn muffins leftover? Toast them and use them as a base for creamed chicken, ham or veal. For this use, it's bpst if the muffins are low in sugar. Rlvoli UhtAty • Adds Book* NEW wlNDSOft -Several rtiw books have been added to the ttk voli Township Library, according to Mrs. Herbert Peterson, llbrafl* an. They are "Dead Giveaway" b> Bon Blunt, "Wait for Love," by Arlene Hali, "Border Nurse" by Dorothy Doudell, "Action at Powder River" by Ford Smith, "I Take This Land" by Richard Powell and "Chairman of the Board" by Edward Streeter, all in the fiction department. Biographies added are "The Great Imposter," "John Foster Dulles, Peacemaker," and "Final Verdict." DOYLE FURNITURE Now't the time to purchase the beautiful home furnishings you plan to hove 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. Come early and save on immediate delivery or lay it away till Fall. INSTANT CREDIT EASY PAYMENT PLAN FREE DELIVERY • • COME EARLY % M Vy. \ SALE LIVING ROOM SALE HUNDREDS OF ITEMS NOT LISTED ALL AT SALE PRICES! SLEEPER SOFA — Rugged construction, innerspring mattress $1^A95 included. All nylon cover. Only one at this price 7 LARGE THREE PIECE SECTIONAL by Kroehler. Will dress up any living room. Just three left at this closeout price. %^ /I Q Q 5 Was $330.00 JL ^W SOFA AND CHAIR — Extra long, slim arm, highest grade $1QO 0 5 brown nylon. Beautiful styling Was $350.00 I w SOFA by Valentine Seaver. Traditional styling. $10095 Just arrived for this sale. Should be $290 \ww CHAIR by Valentine Seaver. Beautiful gold cover. $QO °5 Should bo $120.00 O W SOFA AND CHAIR by Kroehler. Several colors $1 QO 95 to choose from. While they last IOT RECLINERS and ROCKERS by Berkline. Another carload on the way. Drastic price cut for those on hand. $7095 Values to $149.95- / W 4-PC. BEDROOM Antique white in French Provincial styling. Powder table, matching chair, large chest and full size bed. Tops in construction and delightful styling. $00095 Reg. Price $400.00— MATTRESS SPECIAL Sleep — really sleep — a comfortable, relaxing sleep on a firm long lasting mattress and matching box spring. You will enjoy it even more by buying this quality set at Vi Price. $7095 Both pieces for m Jr Black or Beige POLE LAMPS *2.95 THE BUDGET SHOP DOWNSTAIRS IN DOYLES DINING ROOM SALE KROEHLER DINING ROOM. 44" round table, 12" leaf and four matching chairs. Only two sets available. $100 ^5 Original price $230 ^ I JmW BERKLINE Recliner BEDROOM • mirror, chest bookcase bed. HOLLYWOOD mattress, box plastic headboard. ... - Double dresser, and 9495 BED — Innerspring spring on legs and 39 ,s ARMLESS Sofa Bed Heavy $OQ95 construction 7 DINING ROOM. French Provincial. A complete set. Includes drop leaf table and leaves, four chairs and large china. $^*Tft95 Was $500-_ ____ Mtiw Limit 1 Set per customer $80.00 Value Innerspring Mattress $/| J\ < and Box Spring Tr ^F WILLET 48" ROUND TABLE, leaf and two captain's chairs. Distressed finish. $10095 Slightly marred Was $289.95 \Mr¥ 220 coil, ventilators and handles, pre built border, fine ticking. A real special buy. per set 6-PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP 5-PIECE MAPLE Living Room Group 199 s Sofa, chair and 3 heavy maple tables. $ Will last a lifetime 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" 4 SETS ONLY The famous Medi Coil Mattress and Box Spring (as advertised in Life). Adjust the firmness yourself. 20 year guarantee. The finest mattress ever made. Reg. Price $10 A P* r $200 p«r set set BIG SAVINGS IN BEDROOMS large selection of bedroom sets made by Willett, Kent Coffee, United, Lane, Kroehler and Bassttt, all at special prices on this sale. BASE CABINET 24" Wide 2 Door with Top Drawer Porcelain Top SPECIAL AT Was $24.95 $ 16 95 7-PIECE DINETTE Large table with leaf and 6 chairs. Chrome or bronze. *54 95 5-PIECE DINETTE High pressure top table with leaf and 4 chairs. 34 95 10 -PIECE BEDROOM GROUP Bookcase bed, large double dresser, mirror, chest, matching innerspring mattress and box springs, 2 pillows and 2 lamps. 169 95 5 PIECE DINETTE SET Round with Leaf MAPLE TABLE Plastic top wi 4 mate cha i™ h *89 95 WARDROBES Two door metal wardrobe In walnut finish. Special at: $91 CRIB MATTRESS Innerspring mattress for full size crib. While they last. Reg. $12.95 On Sale at S795 428 E. Main St. Coll 342-4310

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