Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 17
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 17

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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1* *w Galesburg Register-Mait, Gqlesburg, HI. Wedr Jitfv 24, 1063 It KNOXVILLE MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4*8 p.m. Homi Addrtiit 210 N. Ttmbet St. Phone 289-91?2 Survey of Recreational Park Is in Progress Now KNOXVUiiE — A survey of the site of the city 's new recreational park, located north of the Burlington Railroad's tracks on North Market street, Is now under way by representatives of Harlan Bar- Iholemew and Associates of St. Louis. This step has been taken preparatory to the locating of playground equipment and facilities. The firm planning the park is the same one which drafted the zoning .ordinance. Other work in the city includes new blacktopping and graveling of streets in various parts of town. The city's No. 2 well at the pumping station is being overhauled and should be back in service in about a week. Varner Well and Pumping Co. of Clinton, Iowa, is in charge of the work. Harry Lewis, formerly of Knox- villc Is associated with the company. . Deadline Ncarg Citizens of Knoxville are reminded to purchase their wheel tax stickers. Deadline is Aug. 1. The stickers may be obtained at the Whitworth and Moore Mobil Oil Co. or Carlson 's Hardware Store. Briefs Cynda Spmmers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sommers of Kenosha, Wis., is visiting in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaFollette and her grandmother, Mrs. Millie Sommers in Knoxville and relatives in Galesburg. A potluck supper is planned for members of Cub Scouts Pack 220 and 277 and their families to be held at the bandstand at Lincoln Birth Record WC<)DHULL — Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nehls of Woodhull, born Saturday in the St. Luke's Hospital in Davenport. A sister will welcome her. Park Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Drink will be furnished. Visit Jensen Home A group of women who have taught under the principalship of Mrs. Irene Barlow, in Knoxville Grade School, visited recently in the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Jensen of Glenview Drive, Bloomington. The Jensens are enjoying retirement in their spacious home. After . luncheon the time was spent visiting and recalling experiences. Those who attended were Mrs. Irene Barlow of Galesburg, Mrs. Blance Kelley, Miss Naomi Danielson, Mrs. Virginia Newcomer, Mrs. Dorcas Smith, all of Knoxville, Mrs. Elda Doubet of Yates City. Henry County 4-H Fair Sets Entry Deadline CAMBRIDGE - The deadline for entry in the Henry County 4-H Fair is Friday. Entries can be made in the 4-H office in Cambridge, according to Melvin Fink, assistant farm adviser. The fair will begin Tuesday, Aug. 6 with judging of the various entries. A highlight of the first day's activities will be the judging of carcass swine entries on hoof. These animals will then be slaughtered at Oscar Mayer Packing Co. in Davenport. Other events taking place Tuesday will be the judging of 4-H beef projects. Wednesday's activites will include judging of dairy, sheep, and horses and the animal livestock parade in front of. the grandstand. The 4-H tractor driving contest will be Thursday. Pig and calf scrambles will be held for 4-H and FFA members Friday. Woodhull Circle Telh Project WOODHVLL — Regular meeting of the Esther Circle of the United Presbyterian Church Women's Association was held. Thursday hi the home of Mrs. Joda Archer. A guest Was Harriett Hinson. Devotions were by Mrs. Ray Swartout, the theme being Time and How We Use It. Members of the visiting committee called on members who are not able to attend meetings. Mrs. Lyle Sullivan reported a Christmas package ts being sent to the Indian reservation at Seminole, Okla., and each member drew a slip for an article to be purchased for the package. The program, "God Chooses a People," was presented by Mrs. Nyle Boll, who led a discussion on the topic. A summer medical offering was collected and will be sent to the National Ecumenical Missions. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. A. R. Lisenby. Set Circle Meet A combined meeting of the Esther and Naomi circles will be held Aug. P at the church, with a •potluck dinner at noon. Each ABINGDON DOROTHY WMITS1TT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams Si Phone 531 Home Fund Grows to $6,000 ABINGDON-Accordtng to officials, about $6,000 has been raised toward purchase price of new nursing home site which was surveyed Saturday by Joe Watson, city engineer of Galesburg. For each $100, name of donor will be placed on a gold plaque in the building. Special recognition will also be received by those contributing $300. Persons wishing to make donations may make check out to Abingdon Chamber of Commerce, indicating the money is for nursing home site fund ahfl mail it to Abingdon Bank and Trust Co. member was asked to take a dish towel to be hemmed and will be used for the church kitchen. Any amount no matter small will be welcomed. how Promotion Group Posts Street Auction « Abingdon Trade Promotion Group last week Voted to conduct a street auction on Main Street in August. At the event, auctioneer services and all fees will be paid by Abingdon merchants. Church groups, lodges, individuals, scouts, backyard sales and other organizations are being urged to take items for sale and participate in the free auction. Quick Exchange MORGANSF1ELD, Ky. (AP)~ Tom Stevenson lost 48 feet of fence around his farm, but received a 1954 auto m exchange. The fence was wrecked when Sam Oliver's car skidded around a curve, splintered the fence, then stopped in a ditch. Oliver climbed out and handed the keys to Stevenson, explaining, "I'm too old to drive anyway." The 76-year-old former motorist then hitched a ride into town with a state trooper. in John Mosser Public Library. Club to Meet Abingdon Garden Club will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clockHoward; United Nations, King. Set Band Concert In Park Tonight Seventh summer band concert will be presented in Abingdon playground this evening at 8 o'clock under direction of Ray Wilson. Program will include: Part 25, Akers; Deep River Rhapsody, Walters; Cowboy Legend, Powers; Laureate Overture, Olivadoti; Susanna Shuffle, Marini; Manhattan Tower, Jenkins; Cielito Lindo, Fernandez; Crimson Dawn, Johnson; Londonderry Aire, Walters; Elegy for Moderns, Barrow Show Premium List Booklet Issued AUSTIN, Minn.-Twelve thousand copies of the Premium List for the 1963 National Barrow Show, to be held in Austin, Minn., September 10-13, have gone into the mails. They are headed for purebred and commercial swine producers, farm school personnel, county agricultural agents, county extension directors, vocational agriculture instructors, and many other interested persons with or without farm background. The Premium List booklet contains not only a summary of the $40,000 in prize monies offered to winners, but also (he rules governing the several divisions of the show —purebred, crossbred, truckload, carcass contest, judging contest, and a ham-loin contest. Entries of purebred breeding stock close at midnight Monday, Aug. 19; 'and at midnight, Aug. 31, for market hogs—single barrows, carcass contest barrows, and truckloads of ten hogs. A card to the National Barrow Hospital Notes From Woodhull WOOOMulli ~ Mrs, f%d Mdf« gan has returned from the Osteopathic Hospital, Davenport, where she was under ebservi* tlon. Gilbert Johnson is a patient in the Moline Public Hospital, where he was taken by ambulance. Alfred Forsth was also taken by ambulance to the Moline Public Hospital. Mrs. Arthur Johns is a patient in the Moline Public Hospital for observation. Miss Janet Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Larson of Woodhull Route 1, has arrived home from the Moline Public Hospital, where she had been a patient. N. Ruth Johnson is at the Illinois Research Hospital in Chicago. The world's greatest rainfall recorded in one month was 366 inches, in Cherrapunji, India, during July 1861. Show, Austin, Minn., will bring a copy of the premium list and entry blanks. Need an extra cookie sheet when you are baking a big batch of cookies? Turn a jelly-roll pan upside down and use the bottom for baking the cookies. SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "If this Is a housewarming, why are all the air conditioners on?" BL00DM0BILE TO VISIT KNOXVILLE 7 v6* WHIN JULY 26»h (GIVE A PINT Of HOOD WHIRB KNOXVILLE IEGION HALl OPERATION HOURS; U to 6 P.M. BLOOD Your mo»t prtciou* gift to s|i THE RED CROSS nd to your yf)/<w/mcJfYe II COMJNO j NOTE: Special thanks to the American Legion for the use *f thf U 0 ion Hill and to Mrs. Audrey Perry and Mrs. Barbara Perry co-chairman of the bloodmobile visit. Knox County Regional Blood Confer community. 10% DISCOUNT on Any Item in the Store Between Midnightlihd 6 AM f- Co* e Co*?, Cofi> e REPEATED by POPULAR DEMAND!!! Gambles SELL ATHON OPEN 36 CONTINUOUS HOURS BUY on Lay-Away i Use Our EASY TIME PAYMENT PLAN! FREE Coffee & Donuts 1 Served Around the Clock! FREE PRIZE if You Catch .Us Napping. V:00 A. M. Thursday, July 25 to: 9:00 P.M. Friday, July 26 QT. CANS I Reg. 45e 28c 45 RPM RECORDS YOUR CHOICE Values to 98c .09 <t Au to Wash Brush! 32" HANDLE 66c FREE! Ice Cream Scoops In Our Freezer Dept. CHEST OF DRAWERS—5 dr. Unfinished—$14.88 STEEL CABINET—5 shelves. White $17.88 HOLLYWOOD BED. Complete. $43.88 BUNK BED. Maple. Complete. 7 Pieces. $79.95 BABY BED. Hardwood with springs. ___$18.95 BRIDGE TABLE. Hampton. Reg. 7.45 $4.98 BRIDGE CHAIRS. Folding. Reg. 3.29 $2.49 HASSOCKS. Square. Padded. Reg. 4.98 J. $2.50 DRUM TABLE. Brass & walnut. Reg. 11.95 $6.98 RECORD CABINETS. Walnut. Reg. 15.95 $9.99 Blond Lamp Table & Coffee Table. Reg. 19.95 $11.88 ea. MAGAZINE RACK. Brass 99c PICTURES. Unfinished Frames 11x14 69c TABLE LAMPS. Assorted. Reg. 5.99 $3.99 LAWN CHAIRS. Heavy duty. Reg. 8.98 —$598 | Reg. 13 Cu. Ft. Frostfree Comb. Ref. 239.95 $172.50 AM-FM Hi-Fi Rad-Phono Consle 199.95 $172.50 19" Portable TV. 1 yr warranty 129.95 $119.95 23" Table Model TV. 199.95 $150.00 30" Gas Range. Deluxe. 139.95 $109.95 30" Elec. Range. Custom Delxe. 189.95 $169.95 Elec. Clothes Dryer 159.95 $109.95 Automatic Washer. Custom. __219.95 $188.88 Wringer Washer. 1 only. 69.95 $ 48.88 9 '/2 cu. ft. Upright Freezer 179.95 $148.88 23" Low Boy TV 239.95 $209.95 Portable Hi-Fi. 2 only. 49.95 $ 44.88 Dehumidifier. 5 yr. guar. 79.95 $ 57.88 1 H.P. Air Condit. 5 yr. guar. 159.98 $138.88 PORTABLE TYPEWRITER! "Brother Valiant" $ Ail 95 Reg. $49.95 NOW *f - f BARBECUE GRILLS! Your choice of 2 types $088 Reg. to $6.95 NOW 0 Exterior House Point! Grade "A" White. $088 Reg. $5.19 gal NOW *Q I Reg. 98c SELL-A-SAVER SPARK PLUGS! ALL SIXES <""»ur.n Reg. 59c SEll-A-SAVER AUTO rOUSHl DUPONT NO. 7 CAR WASH VARCON" 33c 77* StLL-A-SAVER GOLF BALLSl "IMPASSA" Reg. 49c ea. 5 for $ 1,00 Slll-A-SAVIR HAND TOOLS! I Hammers, Wrenches, Punches, Saws, Planes, Levels, etc. Values to $2.00 66c J DUTCH AUCTION I Zig Zag Sewing Machinal I $169.95 With Case 1 Price lowers every hour two doU^n until told. COLONIAL SOFA Wing back _„$119.95 BREAKFAST SET. Dropleaf. $25.95 2 PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE $138.38 MAPLE STUDENT DESK —$38.00 FREE 9x12 Rug w/ blond bedroom suite $118.88 SOFA. Soiled. (1) only $22.88 CARPET. 9 ft. width (1) roll only —$1.29 sq. yd. That is right. No misprint. $1.29 sq. yd. CARPET 15 ft. width. Wool. Reg. 8.88 1 roll only. Don't miss this $5.88 sq. yd. FREE Set of dishes with breakfast sets for over $49.95 $10.00 for your old POWER MOWER in Running Condition ON ANY NEW MOWER IN OUR STOCK. PRICES START AS LOW AS $^^88 (In Carton) jLO Exch. THIS OFFER GOOD DURING SALE PERIOD ONLY $10.00 for your old BIKE In Riding Condition IN TRADE ON ANY NEW BIKE IN STOCK. PRICES START AS LOW AS $4 *4 *95 (In Carton) JL& Exch. THIS OFFER GOOD DURING SALE PERIOD ONLY Car Tires! Your choice of one group. While they last. Brand new. $ | AQ0 Reg. to $19.95 I U SNOW BOOTS! Fleece lined. Rubber cushion sole. Goodyear deluxe by weatherite. Most sizes. $049 Reg. $5.95 NOW 10" DELUXE TRIKE. Reg. 9.95 Now $7.99 TROUBLE LIGHT 15' Cord Reg. 1.29.-NOW .99 40' EXTENSION CORD. Reg. 98c__-NOW .79 Large Roll W MASKING TAPE NOW ,77 2 Pc. Rubber RAIN SUIT NOW $4.88 1 Gallon GAS CAN, Reg. .89 NOW .77 LATEX WALL PAINT. Reg. 3.33 —NOW $2.88 9x12 Plastic DROP CLOTH. Reg. .31— NOW .27 OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL. Reg. .43 —NOW .37 large Cellulose SPONGE. Reg. .59—NOW .44 Automatic Transmission FLUID 1 NOW .39 Celacloud Sleeping Bag. Reg. 14.95 NOW $9.88 75' GARDEN HOSE. W NOW AIR MATTRESS. Full size. NOW 2 Cell FLASHLIGHT. Med. size. —NOW Fishermen's 2 pc. rubber Rain Suit NOW TV SNACK TRAYS on stand PAX Crabgrass & Pest Control ..-20 lbs. Mansfield 127 Camera Kit. Reg. 19.95 Toastmaster 2 Slice Toaster—Reg. 19.95 300 Sheets Notebook Paper NOW Ironing Board Pad & Cover NOW 5 PC. COMB SETS NOW INSULATED TUMBLERS NOW $ 2.99 $ 1.33 10c $ 4.88 _96c $ 2.75 $12.88 $16.88 68c 77c 07c 11c "Pure-Air" f iTtV/M ^ir Purifier 1 1 • WAtW PURIFIER 1 1 1 %88 Reg. $19.95 I X ADMIRAL Table Model RADIO) Large size. $1(195 Reg. $39.95 IT ARVIN TRANSISTOR RADIOS 6 trans. Pocket size, $Q88 Reg. $15.88 NOW O "CORONADO" VACUUM CLEANER! Complete with attachment tm f"gg Reg. $19.95 *ID Specials on the Hour-Every Hour-Hurry! »S*Mpl f'oi Tr«d« w Mqnvfpcturer'* P»« Resisted MerehondUt • SPECIALS ON USED MERCHANDISI CHEST TYPE FREEZER, later, national Harvester, 15 cu. ft. $99.95 25 H.P. O.B. MOTOR. 2 yrs. old. Excellent condition $259.95 AUTOMATIC WASHER, Like new. Imperial Coronado $120.0# 8 Cu. Ft. REFER. Perfect. . $5-W VACUUM CLEANER %9M 24" SILVERTONE TV. Nice. $75.00

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