Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 29, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

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M Golesburg Reaister-Moit, Gotesburo, IIK Monday, July 29, 1963 Prairie City Families Take Vacations PRAIRIE CITY—Several families are having vacations this month. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Skean left Tuesday for a short vacation to Colorado. The Ralph Keener family are on vacation expecting to be gone about three weeks. They are visiting rela- t ———— NOW IN Galesburg A Gates Factory City! GATES RUBBER CO. has authorized a Special LIMITED TIME OFFER Factory Demonstrator ...on the Low Profile Nylon Tire that Gives Average Driver 5,000 to 8,000 Bonus Miles! Sizes for . , compacts, •standards, tauuy cars! All at substantial savings! Save $4 to $8 a pair, up to $20 a set! To introduce the Gates Air-Float Deluxe to more motorists, the factory haa authorized us to offer it at a special demonstrator price. This offer is good for a lira* ited time on 'the purchase o£ pairs and sets only. It brings you this bonus-mileage tire at less than the price of layoa tires that come on new cars. In return for our special demonstrator offer, we simply ask you to mention these advanced design tires to a few of your friends after you've experienced their superior all- around performance on your own car. Guaranteed against ANY failure Should ihis tire fail for ANY reason ^TA < i 1 ^ 1 T 1 , n ni? 3LOWOUTS ' BRUISES. KIM-CUTS, etc-WQ Mill replace it with a new tire. You pay only for the mileage used according to Gates 5 JO m, r rrS djus , taent P ric * schedule. Js'O TIME or MILEAGE LIMIT. NO MONEY DOWN . INSTANT CREDIT DON'T BUY ANY TIRE UNTIL YOU GET OUR FACTORY DEMONSTRATOR PRICE! DICK JOHNSON TIRE & BATTERY CO. 513 West Main Phone 343-8787 fives in California and will go ofi to Oregon before returning home. The Burley Stonekiflg family have returned homo from their western trip to Phoenix and on north to the Painted Desert, also visiting Legend Land which opened this year. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gunther in Phoenix, Mrs. Sylvia Gunther, mother of Mrs. Stoneking, recently bought a home at Glendale, near Phoenix, and later will go there to make her home. She returned with the Stonekings. The family also visited the Earl Perdue family at Hutchinson, Kan. The Perdues formerly lived in Prairie City. The Earl Keener family also returned home Sunday from their vacation trip. They were in Colorado, but found it rather cold for camping at Estes Park. They visited South Dakota, Yellowstone Park, Badlands and other places. Prairie City Briefs Holding guest tallies Tuesday when Mrs. Orrin Skean was a luncheon hostess to her bridge club members were Mrs. Carl Wagner and Mrs. Paul Fayhee. The afternoon's high scores were marked by Mrs. Lee Childers and Mrs. Skean. Mrs. Earnest Warren has returned home from Springfield, where she was a hospital patient for surgery the past six weeks. Mrs. Harry McCone has received word that her sister, Mrs. Bertha Holeman, is ill and is a patient at the St. Paul's Hospital at Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs. Holeman went to Wyoming about a year ago to live near her son, Clark Holeman. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown have bought the Blout property formerly owned by Howard Young and have moved from the Detrick house to their new home this week. Group Honors Soldier at Kirkwood KIRKWOOD — Mr. and Mrs. David Foreman and Tracy of Monmouth, George Matzka of Burlington, Charles McGeehan of Little York, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hart and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. John Hart, Mr. and Mrs. James Hart, Richard and Dale Hart and Miss Norma Bickell, of Kirkwood, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Hart Wednesday, honoring their son, Pvt. Terry Hart, home from training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Pvt. Hart left by bus Thursday for Ft. Knox, Ky., where he will enter school as an armored in telligence specialist and may be addressed as: Pvt. Terry G. Hart (RA1676822) TRP, D, 1st Recon. Squadron, 1st Tng. Bde., USATC Armor, Ft. Knox, Ky. Kirkwood Briefs While fishing in Young's Lake recently Otto Swarts had the thrill of hooking a 7-pound catfish. "But it wasn't easy," Otto says. After a tussle of about 45 minutes, under and around the boat, the fish was safely and surely landed and furnished steaks for a Sunday dinner. Robert Eugene Carl and Roberta Ellen Carl, children of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Carl and Robert Clyde Stinemates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Stinemates, received baptism at the Methodist Church ,in Kirkwood, Sunday. The Woman's Society of Christian Service and the Mary Marthas will join in a breakfast at Young's Lake Thursday at 9:30 a.m. The women of the Smithshire church will be guests. Those having birthdays in August were reminded to remember the auc- tk • Newcomers: Your Newcomer Greeting Service Hostess not only brings you valuable free gifts and services from civic-mind ed sponsors, but a neighborly service that will help you get starting in your new communi ty. MR. BUSINESSMAN: The Newcomer Greeting Service can help you win new customers. There's no t h i n g like a personal contact to introduce your business to tha newcomers in your area. For complete information call Hostess Mrs. Harold Canada 343-9850 A RINCLIEN SPECIAL 1963 GE 13.3 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR PRICED TO SELL! ONLY EXCHG. * Full Width Freezer. t * 11.5 Cu. Ft. Fresh Food Section. * Giant Chiller Tray. * 5 Year Unit Warranty. * Famous G.E. Quality. LOWEST PRICE EVER FOR A GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR OF THIS it BIG FAMILY" SIZE. Model TA-244X RINCLIEN SPECIAL NO. 2 1963 GE HI-SPEED 30" RANGE * Mammoth 23" Oven. * Pushbutton Controls. * Oven Door Lifts Off. * Heavily Insulated Oven. * Famous G.E. 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