Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
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16 6at«buro Register-Mail. Galesbura, CARNIVAL It* 'I _ Media Grads idfl93BHald II Gathering " MEDIA - Media fligh School dass of 1938 held a 25-ycar reunion Sunday at Lake Storey, Galesburg. Fourteen of the 27 graduates attended. Media News Notes A reception honoring the Media • school music instructor and bride, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin 1 Kuypu was held at the church •July 17. A band concert and ice cream "social was held at the Media High School sponsored by the junior class. The Community Club held its annual summer picnic at Dank wardt Park. Mrs. Edith White and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck White and family at tended the family reunion for the descendants of the Paul D. Gibb ~ family at the shelter house Crapo Park Sunday. Mrs. Clara Shoemaker enter tained with a dinner Friday hon oring Mr. and Mrs. Delbert At \yater, Mrs. Mary Atwater and Mrs. Bertha Shinn of La Harpe, J. R. High of Burlington and Mrs. Nellie McNary and Mrs. . Ruth Barnett of Media. xzkF Mills Hit—sxihs s—5yCfwe Mr. and Mrs. Dick Palmer and family of Matteson are visiting his mother, Mrs. Nellie Palmer. Guests in the Floyd Luck home recently were Mr. and Mrs. W R. Sharp and Debbie of Phoenix, Ariz. Return from Camp Media boys who attended Camp Eastman last week returned home Saturday. Mrs. Violet Sullivan Thufsday,Julv 25i1963 By Dick Turner in "Maybe being broke isn't the end of everything, but it doesn't start anything either!" accom- A Quality SAUSAGE Just good home-made sausage with that good old fashioned flavor. Try it. Joseph R. Made by Peterson Orintn. Ill panied her son-in-law and daughter and family of Colchester to Burlington Sunday to visit her son Dick and family. Mrs. Conrad Rynell of Burlington spent Sunday with her mother and sister, Mrs. Anna Erickson and Elna'. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cook and children of Burlington were Sunday evening guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Berg, celebrating their daughter Julie's first birthday and her brother Elmer's 13th. Adrian Voorhees of Santa Monica, Calif., called here by the death of her borther, Joe, called on friends in town one day last week. Return to Texas Mrs. Lynn Casgrove of Amarillo, Tex., whos pent part of last week wifh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon White, has returned to her home. The family is being transferred to St. Louis. Mrs. Nellie Palmer spent part of last week with her son Kenneth and family in Canton. Mrs. Ruth Vail and daughter Elizabeth of Indianapolis, Ind., have been visiting relatives in the Media area. To Size 46! Public Sq. Peerless Mkt. 6169 ON THE SQUARE RICH TASTY RICHELIEU TOMATO JUICE 2 49 c LIBBY'S FANCY Cream or Whole Kernel CORN 3 49' PURE NEW PACK STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 20 r 39' THE TASTE WILL TELL HILLS BROS. COFFEE 2 t 1.19 NEW PACK HUNT'S APRICOTS or M Big $4 AA PEACHES *f Tins | H |fU NO. 1 GOOD NEW POTATOES 10 «>• 49' HOMEMADE SALADS, COLD MELONS, FRESH CATFISH, FRESH GREEN BEANS, TRANSPARENT APPLES, COUNTRY EGGS. FRESH SOLID HOME GROWN TOMATOES .19' ALL MEAT OSCAR MAYER WIENERS .49' OLD FASHION LARGE WIENERS r., 49* FRESHLY SLICED OSCAR MAYER MINCED HAM M *kg SPICED HAM lb. "f 5f FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER 3 * 79' CHOICE CUT BEEF ROAST » 49' - 59' FREE DELIVERY 8:30 - 10.30 • 2:30 Journeys Are Noted At Woodhtili WOODHULL - Mr. and Mis, Charles Mortenson of Woodhull are visiting his parents in California. Mrs. Pay Bell, visiting their Also in that state are Mr. and nephew Russell Bell in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frank of Springfield and Greig Wheather- ton of Louisville, Ky„ visited recently at the Walter Minder home on their way home from an Iowa visit. Mrs. Marvin Palm and Chris, who were visiting relatives and friends in Williamsfield and Peoria visited Mrs. Anona Palm of Woodhull Saturday on their way home to Galena. Her husband just completed two weeks in the National Guard exercises at Camp Ripley, Minn. Benson and Johnson Kin HoldReunion NEW WINDSOR-Lesa Dianne, 5-week-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bensort of New Windsor, was the youngest member of the Benson-Johnson families who attended the 30th annual reunion Sunday. Mrs. Hilma Johnson of Alpha was the oldest of the 70 relatives who were present at Long View Park in Rock Island. Donald Baldwin of Aledo was elected president; Le Roy Young of New Windsor, vice president, and Beverly Whitenack of Viola, secretary-treasurer. Barbara Meyers of Monmouth and Esther Peterson of Davenport were guests at the reunion. The group chose Sunday, July 26, 1964 as the date of the next gathering and Long View Park as the location. TIZZY By Kate Osann New Sugar Mill LAGOS, Nigeria (AP)-A new sugar mill, expected to produce 90,600 tons annually, is scheduled for completion by the end of 1964 in Baciia, Nigeria. The British Booker Gtoup agents for the Co, initallatfon, arc managing Nigerian .Sugar Cart*** 14 dating,indicates eupancy it,m years ago at H«. mit Cave in Last Chance Canyon, Texas,' ••' • . _ wi SILL FOR Less TRADING POSt SUPER MARKET ISIS IAST MAIN "1 made the mistake of complaining that I had nothing to do!" JAC0BY ON BRIDGE NOTE: Send pattern ord*» direct to New York. Watch addreia below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galeiburo newspaper ofiice. Designed expressly to flatter larger sizes in a small, easy-knit pattern stitch. Look slim, smart in an easy-knit jacket with chain stitch crochet trim. Use Germantown nylon. Pattern 525: directions sizes 40-42; 44-46 included. Thirty-live cents In coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care ol Galesburg Register-Mail. 74 Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station. New Vork 11. N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER. NAME. ADDRESS and ZONE PATTERN FREE: Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. In 1935 the back of the dollar bill was redesigned with the engraving of both sides of the Great Seal of the United States. READ THE WANT ADS! Chicagoans Are Greeted At Toulon TOULON — Mr. and Mrs. John Standard and daughter of Chicago spent the weekend at the home of his father, Clyde Standard, and sisters Cheryl and Sharon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and four daughters of Lecompte, La., spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Frank Mock, and Mr. Mock and her sister, Miss Elizabeth Haley. Mrs. Effie Bergin has returned home from a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Samuel Bergin, and family, Huntington, W. Va. Kathy Bergin returned with her to visit a few weeks. Mrs. Ann Blake of Chicago, as a patient, entered Toulon Public Nursing Home Friday. Mrs. Blake formerly lived near Osceola. Mi', and Mi's. Ted Mock and daughters of Kewanee, Mrs. Helen Specht, Ruth and Cathy, Don Aby and daughter Bonnie, of Atkinson, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jennie King. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fogelsong and family made a vacation trip through Southern Illinois over the weekend. Slam Invite Given Early • By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Sally Johnson of Westport, Conn., and Bee Schenken of New York, have specialized in winning women's team tournaments for the last several years. Their latest victory was at the Easterns where their partners were Ruth Sherman and Muriel Kaplan. NORTH 25 AQ92 • KQ76 + AK873 WEST EAST • 3 4 J 10 7 VAQ8 VK9763 • 1043 4J9S2 • QJ10962 45 SOUTH (D) AAK8654 */ J 10 5 4 • A5 *4 Both vulnerable South West North East 1A Pass 2 4 Pass 2 A Pass 3 • Pass 3 N.T. Pass 4 4 Pass 5 • Pass 6 4k Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 Q One of the essential of good partnership is the ability to reach slams at the right time and by methods which allow the slam invitation to be given before game is reached. Mrs. Johnson's opening spade bid was sound on account of her distributional values, although she only held 12 high card points. Mrs. Schenken intended to get to game once her partner opened and had hopes for a slam if Sally held the right cards. Therefore Bee set out to give the complete picture of her hand. Her series of bids clearly SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PHONE 343-9040 WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS *• 27c WASHED RED POTATOES 20 - 85c MARKET BASKET TOMATOES 2 ™ 25c BIG BOLOGNA SLICED or CHUNK 3 - $ 1.09 FIRM YELLOW BANANAS •b 10c MARKET BASKET Colored OLEO 5 89c SMALL B.B.Q. SPARE RIBS .b 45c FRESH, GREEN ONIONS 5 B «« h « 25c GIANT SIZE CHEER B.X 69c SKINLESS WIENERS 3 - '1.29 Sunshine Crackers lb. 25c Dry Yellow Onions 3 lbs. 25c AUNT NELLIE'S Orange Drink 4 ts '1.00 SUNNYVALE BLUE PLUMS 4 *£' $ 1.00 MISSION CATSUP 229c VET'S DRY DOG FOOD 5"» 47c showed that she did not hold more than one heart and that she was interested in a slam. Had she not been interested she would have jumped to four spades over two. Sally still had the 12 points she started with, but she knew that Bee was short in hearts. In that case it would be easy to ruff some of her heart losers in dummy, so Sally bid five diamonds to invite the slam above game. That invitation was enough for Bee. She went to the slam. There wasn't much to the play. Sally won the club opening and led a heart. West won and led a second club. Sally ruffed in her hand, ruffed a heart, drew trumps and discarded her last two hearts on two of dummy's high cards. Many Nigerians Study in Britain LAGOS, Nigeria (AP)—British High Commission figures show. 781 scholarships have been awarded to Nigerian students by the British government for study in the United Kingdom since this country, became independent in 1960. Hundreds of additional .scholarships have been awarded through British industries operating in Nigeria. The high commission estimated that more than 8,000 Nigerians are presently studying in Britain. Senn's ^ J|b Cottage Cheese u* Medium B EGGS $ Dot. No. 1 Rod POTATOES lbs. Fresh Elberto PEACHES .lb. Roth Cedar Farm WIENERS t lb». 25 ft. Roll—Reg. 3 for $1.00 Aluminum Foil- Ren Large Box BISQUICK .-Large Bex G-W Granulated SUGAR •$• lbs. U. S. Good Round SWISS STEAK ___lb. Ho Mode POTATO SALAD«,. Fresh Ground Beef HAMBURGER 3?t 3.M SANI FLUSH REG. SIZE Tin 22^ EASY ON Spray Starch BEECHNUT BABY FOOD 10.., 98* SENNS - ALL-STAR MILK Gal. Jug Plus Dep. OYf NOTICE LAST WEEK'S AD REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND! 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