Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 26, 1963 · Page 29
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 29

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 26, 1963
Page 29
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r Gdtesburq Register-Mai I, Galesburg, III Friday, July 26, 1963 T-7 r DECORATIVE STUDIO < • - tween the single and double units is that the latter has two beds. The three suites consist of a studio-type room adjoining a second unit which also could be 100 in Jouble Something for just about everybody is the way to describe'ac­ commodations for guests at the Galesburg Holiday Inn. The inn features three varieties of units for the businessman and | rented as part of the suite, vacationer. These units, all, are single unit room, room and thti suites. Each has the following standard equipment: double beds, free television, around-the-clock telephone service, comfortable arm chairs, a writing desk with chair, a closet, ceramic tile shower and bath, lavatory, washstand, and thermostatically controlled heating and air conditioning. The-iurniture in each room is of Danish modern design. There is wall-to-wail carpeting in each bedroom and a vibrating device is attached to edch bed to hasten the sleep oHnsomnious travelers. Different Color Schemes Each room has its own color scheme with the color of the drapes acting as the key to this decorative arrangement The scheme is based on shades of gold, green, blue and pumpkin. According to innkeeper Bill Holliday, the; furniture upholstery matches the drapes in each room with intent of multi-colored drapes to achieve a variety of color on the exterior. extend warmest congratulations and best wishes FJoridans Are Guests at Rio r RIO—Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Glass of Lockhart, Fia., have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nordeen, and Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Glass and James Glass and famHy at Galva. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bicking and Sam of West Chester, Pa., called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frankenburger last week.. Mrs. Bicking is a former teacher in the Rio High School. Mr. and Mt's. Robert Moore and family of Abingdon and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Richardson of Oneida attended the pot luck dinner Sunday at the church in honor of the Rev, Mr. Stennec and family. The Moores, Rrchardsons •and Stenners t are former Rioans. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frankenburger attended the Calkins re- HOUSE Sunday, July 28 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. FREE GIFTS PRIZES The only basic difference be- union recently in Andover. CARPET DRAPERIES ACCESSORIES DECORATIVE STUDIO YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND Sunday, July Rental Units Glazed with Insulating Glass Gray Plate Glass to Reduce Glare Used in Commercial Unit, Kawneer Architectural Metal and Entrances • Used in Commercial Unit. urg • •LP" •road and Ferris Streets

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