Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 31, 1963
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! GfiicsL ^4i*e Cast of Wludicat Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, HI. Wed, July 31 f 1963 it fi DISCUSSING THE MERITS of musicals and melodramas Peter Palmer and Cathy Emma, ntars of the musical, "Guys and Dolls," presented Monday and Tuesday at the Knox County Fair, chat with Mrs. .fay B. Gray (left) and Mrs. Jack Klrkpatrlck (right) at a breakfast given by Prairie Players for the "Guys and Dolls" cast at Soangctaha Country Club Tuesday morning. The Prairie Players' melodrama, "Dirty Work at the Crossroads," will be presented Aug fill) at the Knox College Adclphi Theater, with Mrs. Gray in one of the leading roles. Mrs. Kirkpatrick is president of Prairie Players. Junior Woman's Club members who directed the advance sale of tickets for the musical were also guests at the breakfast. Pat Houtchins, who played Lt. Brannigan in the "Guys and Dolls" cast, was enjoying a personal "old home week" as he was graduated from Monmouth High School and attended St. Ambrose College in Davenport. His mother resides in Monmouth. DZ Alumnae Picnic at Lake Bracken Galesburg Chapter of Delta Zcta Alumnae met at the Lake Bracken cottage of Mrs. A. B. Bryngelson for a picnic supper Tuesday evening. Plans for fall activities were discussed during a short business meeting conducted by Mrs. William Lewis, president. Reports wore given by Mrs. A. B. Bryngelson, Mrs. Russell Malcolm and Mrs. Richard Brown. Guests of the evening were Mrs. Donald Bixby, Miss Claudia Johnston, Mrs. Martha Peterson and Mrs. John Barrow. At the September meeting rn the home of Mrs. William Lewis, 1051 N. Broad St., Delta Zeta mothers will be guests. Miss Cheryl Peterson will present the program. Liverwurst takes to catchup, horseradish and Worcestershire sauce — just like cocktail sauce! Serve the seasoned liverwurst with crackers or small slices of rye bread for an appetizer. O.Ts BALCONY 343-2112 ^Special 50% You wont want to pass up this cold wave "Buy-of- the-Month." Our rag. 12.50 deluxe permanent NOW ONLY 6 25 complete Sue Cory •'Feitival" ^95* Cold Wave •NORMAL HAIR ONLY • Use Your Charge Account tNo Appointment N @ct»s«ry Try Modern Lilies URBANA—Try modern hybrid lilies in your garden for cutting or landscape value, suggests D. C. Saupe, University of Illinois floriculturist. These hybrids are more vigorous, resistant or tolerant to virus diseases, brilliant and profuse in their bloom than the old favorite hardy lilies. The hybrids also have a greater color range than the old types, and they do not fade in the sun. Five of the modern hybrids are the Mid-Century, Olympic, Fiesta, Jillian Wallace and Sunburst. The Mid-Century hybrids are a cross betv/een the tiger lily and some of the candlestick types. The resulting lily blooms in late June or July. It comes in yellow, orange or red. Some of the varieties in this group are Enchantment, Fireflame, Valencia, Prosperity, Destiny and Joan Evans. The flowers of this group open wide and remain upright for several weeks. The plants grow about 30 inches high and can be used for cut flowers. The Olympic hybrids are trumpet shape. While white selectVxns usually predominate in this group, there are some yellow and pink selections. Plants in this group, grow 3 to 4 '« feet tall with 8 to 12 or more trumpets per stalk. Black Magic and Black Dragon are other varieties in this group. They are striking because of their size and white trumpets contrasted with dark anthers. Suitable for Arrangements The Fiesta hybrids with their bright yellow, ruby red, orange and bronze are easily raised and suitable for flower arrangements. Many of this group turn their petals back like a Turkish cap or turban. The individual blooms measure three to four inches in diameter. Jillian Wallace, a cross between the rubrum and gold-banded lily, is a crimson 10-inch flower bent back so that it opens nearly flat with graceful golden brown anthers. It blooms the latter part of July or August. Sunburst hybrids are a group with broad petals of yellow, white, lemon or pink. The texture and substance makes them long lasting on the plant or in arrange ments as cut flowers. They bloom in July. The plants usually reach a five-foot height. Saupe points out that all of these hybrid lilies prefer a well drained soil and nearly full sun These hybrids may be ordered from mail-order nurseries specializing in lily bulbs and from any local garden and floral centers. Order the bulbs in the summer so that you'll be ready for Sep tember and October planting. Polly's Pointers earn' By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — Here is one of my favorite tricks. When making a garment, I use the zigzag .stitch on my sewing machine to finish edges of facings and seams instead of the usual one-quarter- inch hem. The thinner edges show less when the finished garment is pressed.—MRS. H. R. G. GIRLS — This is one of my favorites, too. I often zigzag stitch the unfinished seam edges on a rcadymade dress. The raw scams of wash clothes so often become ragged and frayed after a washing or two. — POLLY DEAR POLLY — Those who save fancy wrapping paper from showers, birthdays, anniversaries, etc., can take the good pieces, turn on the wrong side and sprinkle lightly with spray starch. Iron with a warm iron and the paper comes out crisp and smooth as new. — MRS. V. J. H. DEAR POLLY - My hint is for girls with lots of hair bows. Double an inch-wide strip of ribbon and attach it to your bedroom mirror with thumb tacks at the top and bottom. Clip the hair bows onto the ribbon through the first layer only. This keeps the clips from marking the wall and the bows make a colorful addition to the room's scheme. — M. B. DEAR POLLY - Old or new bicycle baskets, painted and nailed to the inside of a closet door make neat, attractive stor­ age space for purses, hats and accessories. — D. D. DEAR POLLY — Before laying a pattern on fabric, use a paper punch for punching out the black dots to mark darts, buttonholes, etc., in the pattern. This makes it easy to mark the labric with a pencil or chalk and keeps the pattern in good shape for future use. When planning a company din ner, I write the menu on a recipe file card. It is easy to see what, if any, additional groceries are needed. The card is put in a handy place and about 10 min utes before dining, I check the card for the last time to see if any little thing (such as a gar nish, etc.) has been forgotten. J. B. GIRLS - l\ might be wise to write the guest list on the back of the card and stick it in the back of your recipe file. When entertaining again you can check and not run the chance of serving the same menu again to the same people. — POLLY Share your favorite homemaking ideas , , , send them to Polly in care of Galesburg Register-Mail You'll receive » bright, new silver dollar if Polly uses your ideas in Polly's Pointers. To clean the barbecue grill, sprinkle with dry sal soda con centrated and scrub with a stiff bristled brush dipped in hot water. Rinse well and thoroughly dry. Summer White Sale Our buyer* hovt convoited the country'* belt producer* for White Bargains for this Feature Event. DURING WHITE SALE DAYS GENUINE, "Moan PILLOWS World's most recognized pure latex foam pillow with famous "air-conditioned®" open-pore surface for fresher sleep. Keeps its shape, no lumps ever! Allergy-free. Washable, fully zippered Sanforized cover. Check these low, low prices! Reg. White Sale Deluxe $9.99 $7.99 Premium 6.99 4.99 Special 4.99 3.99 Extra-Thick KOOLFOAM® MATTRESS PADS OVER 20% OFF Twin Sizes (36"x70") Reg. $6.99 - NOW $4.99 Double Size (50"x70") Reg. $8.99 - NOW $6.99 Extra comfort for any mattress, old or new! Made of super-thick, improved Poly-Urethane, the modern miracle foam! Thicker, more resilient, higher tensile and tear strength; longer lasting! Odorless, non-allergenic and fully WASHABLE. "Leacock" Solid Color Linen Table Cloths 100% vat dyed Belgian Linen Dinner Cloths. Choose from House and Garden colors: beige, pink, mocha, citron, oyster, blue mist and sea green. Regular $3.98 value in 52"x52" size for: _.$2.88 Regular $5.98 value in 52"x70" size for: __$3.88 Regular $7.98 value in 62"x85" size for: __$6.88 Regular $9.98 value in 62"xl04" size for: $7.88 Regular $7.98 value in 10" Round for: $6.88 Regular .59 value Napkins for each: .48 Kitchen Terries 3 for $ 1.00 Fringed, printed patterns. Stripes and blocks. All cotton and assorted colors. Reg. 39c 3 for $1.00 Bucilla Tea Sets - 5 Pieces Place Mat Sets - 8 Pieces $ 3.88 Hand embroidered in color on natural colored linen. Six different patterns to choose from. Regular $4.98 qualities. White Sale special price.- $3 88 set. Chatham Summer Blankets $^88 Chatham summer blankets for bedtime comfort. The ideal weight for air conditioning. This ideal lightweight fabric is a blend of 94% rayon and 6% acrilan® Acrylic fiber. Solid color — Jacquard -^^•'-»^:^> weave _ Reversib | e towe | s land wash cloths. White Sale priced. Save on Bath Towels FASHION TOWELS by Cannon. Waverly Solid colors of: Pink, Yellow, Green, Blue and Beige. 72 ;< 90" size. Regular $4.98 qualities. Regular $1.29 Bath Towel for: 99c Regular .79 Face Towel for: 59e Regular .39 Wash Cloth for: 29c Regular $2.39 Set for: $1.87 Sentiment- Deep pile white cotton terry and pre-shrunk percale borders with colored flowers done in SCHIFFLI embroidery. Regular $2.00 Fringed Bath Towel for: $1.68 Regular $1.19 Fringed Face Towel for: .88 Regular .49 Wash Cloths for: .38 Infatuation- Belgian weave, reversible Jacquard fringed towels. Five lovely colors to choose from. Regular $2.00 Bath Towel for: $1.68 Regular $1.19 Face Towel for: .88 Regular .45 Matching Wash Cloths for: __ .38 Save on Sheets MULBY PERCALE SHEETS ^SAVE on these fine combed white percale ^sheets that are exclusive*k^J ly ° UrS # made of premium American cotton — combed for greatest smoothness and softness. # over 180 threads per square inch for fine texture and appearance. % strong tape selvages protect edges from wear and tear. AUGUST WHITE SALE PRICES 72"xl08" fitted twin bottom for: ; $1.89 each 81"xl08" fitted full bottom for: $2.09 each Pillow Cases .49 each CANNON "COMBSPUN" FANCY PERCALE SHEETS "Sophisticate" — an attractive printed floral design on wonderful Cannon Percale. Flat sheet has extra wide printed hem and fitted bottom sheet is printed all over. Colors: pink, blue, yellow. Regular $3.45 twin bed size only: $2.88 each Regular $2.38 per pair pillowcases: only: $1.96 pr. Sentiment- "Sentiment" — a solid white sheet with a beautiful Schiffli embroidered hem — all on Cannon Percale. Regular $4.65 in 72"xl08" size for only: __$3.68 Regular $5.45 in 81 "x 108'' size for only: _ $4.48 Regular $3.38 per pr. Pillowslips for: $2.38 pr. Now Insulairef the 365-nights-a-year blanket by And only Morgan-Jones brings you this wondrous new thermal blanket. Cool in summer, warm in winter—it's all, all the blanket you'll ever need again. Insulaire's magic is in its airloom weave. Thousands of tiny cells speed away body heat in summer. Comes winter, toss any light cover over Insulaire and it warms you perfectly. No weighty feeling. No electric rigamarole. Nothing but Insulaire. Come see it. You'll love Insulaire's hand-crocheted look- it's pretty enough to use as a bedspread, too. AAachine- wash-and-dryable in pure cotton, with deep nylon satin binding. White, pink, blue, beige or green. Size 72x90. Reg. $9.98, AUGUST SALE $£88 ^J^eiiocjg 5 - Jirdt in C ^uafitu - csHow in /^/ci Bates Heirloom Spreads 10.98 "Pride of Sturbridge" — rich looping forms a traditional colonial design of an attractive center medallion and a unique framed pillow section. B u I \ i o n fringe — rounded corners— pre-shrunk — completely washable. Both twin and full bed sizes in bleached or antique white. Regular $13.98 qualities. PRIDE OF SALEM $ 15.98 "Pride of Salem" - the richly carved medallion pattern of scrolls and swags reflects the elegant taste and manners of the American Federal period. Knotled string fringe — rounded corners — pre-shrunk washable. Regular $18.98 qualities. JIFFY DRY Gay kitchen mates — Rise 'n Shine ensemble — hand printed in shades of pink, red, aqua or gold on absorbent quick drying, fine quality terry. Jiffy dry towels 68c each Hostess aprons $1.28 each Toaster covers __78c each Padded oven mitts 78c each Mixer covers __$1.48 each Quilt and Comforter Batts Mountain Mist - 81"x96' regular $1.35 quality for: $1.04 Mountain Mist — 81"xl08' regular $1.50 quality for: $1.07 Dacron Batts — 90"x108" regular $4.98 quality for: $3.77 Fluft Kapok — 8 oz. size regular .79 quality for: .64 PLASTIC PLACE MATS Your choice of foam backed plastic place mats in floral or geometric designs. Attractive colors. Easy to care for and easy to use. Regularly sell for $1.00 each. White Sale price: 79* t 4 ^3.00 ROGERS NYLON SLIPS 6.00 Acknowledged by women everywhere as the finest fitting and most attractive slip in the U.S.A. Several special new styles. TUMBLER SWEATERS Three specially selected or- Ion college-type sweaters. Several colors and white. The "exactly-right" back- to-school type. 10.98 BRAIDED RUGS IMPORTED A special shipment of imported oval reversible braided rugs in a processed blend of fibers. Si/es from 2*3 up lo full room size. As low $ as 2.45

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