Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 11
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News Notes Of Smithshire SMITftSHIRE - Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Keff and Cheryl, Brenda and Bradley of Middletown, Iowa, and their grandson, Scotty Mellinger and Tom Mitchell of Burlington, were callers in the Orllla Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heikes have returned home from a 2- week vacation trip in the western states. They visited the Matter's sisters, Mrs. Frances Wells and Mrs. Ethel Shepherd in San Antonio, Tex. Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Beresford spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. James Frita and family, near Berwick while Mrs. Fritz went to Iowa City and had ear surgery. v Miss Teresa Mowen of Media DYED TO MATCH 98 to 8 98 Sfipon & Cardigan Sweaters in All Wool Orion Acrylic Sayelle, Orion Fine Knits and Bulky Knits— A(l Wool Doeskin Flannel Skirts to match; Fully Lined; dart detail. Slacks to match all sweaters in All Wool Flannels; Fully Lined; Tapered leg and zip side closing. COLORS —GREEN, BLACK, CRANBERRY, GREY & BLUE! Shetland shawl collared cardigan with contrasting trim... looks like a smart jacket and goes beautifully with the skirt. White with blue, and white with cranberry. Sizes 34 to 40. ,g 9S Doeskin slim wool fully lined with darts. Cranberry and blue. Sizes 8 to 18. $798 Tweed Sayelle slipover with a contrasting shell insert. Very striking combination. Black/ White, Cranberry /White. Sizes 34 to 40. 8" Wool slack, fully lined . • • combines beautifully with the sweater. Cranberry, Black. Sizes 8 to 18. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner **I didn't mean to buy so much, Quigfey, but th# parking meter stuck and I hated to pass up the opportunity!** spent a few days with her cousins, Carol and Jeffery Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hamrock and children Mark and Andrea of Pittsburgh, Pa., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis. Miss Barbara Lowry won a blue ribbon her pony in the parade at the Kirkwood homecoming Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Casteel recently accompanied their son James to Peoria for a checkup. Church services and Sunday school will not be held Aug. 4 and Aug. 11, as the minister will be away on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of Kirkwood spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen. Mrs. Lee Wilkerson accompanied Mrs. Frank Waddill and Mrs. Herbert Abbey of Raritan to Chillicothe Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Huggins. Glenn Harvey spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Grinnell, Iowa. Jennifer Allen spent the weekend at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brown of Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Galbreath of Kissimmee, Fla., were dinner guests of their nephew Keith and family Sunday at the river. . Mrs. Gail Edwards will be out of the beauty shop from Aug. 3 to 15 while on vacation. Andersons, Lundeen Kin Hold Reunion The 41st annual Anderson- Lundeen reunion was held recently at Lake Storey with 55 members and two guests present. A total of three births were reported during the past year. Births were Cindy, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Abrahamson; Kenneth, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips, and Roger Craig, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. George Lundeen. One marriage, Bonnie Lundeen to Richard Bartlett, was reported. Three couples celebrated their 25th wedding anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lundeen, June 26; Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Phillips in July, and Mr. and Mrs. Evert Anderson, Nov. 27, 1962. Henning Anderson and N. R. Nelson were the oldest members present, and the Glenn Lundeen family was the largest present. Youngest member in attendance was Cindy Abrahamson. John Phillips was elected president for the next year; Mrs. Elner Lundeen, vice president, and Mrs. William Rednour, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Grennard That's the price of o new Hammond Organ at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. $64 N. Henderson St. Lundeen, Mrs. Henning Anderson and Mrs. Evert Anderson were named to the nominating committee. Relatives attended from Orion, Cambridge, Woodhull, G a 1 v a , Rock Island, Amboy, Rio, Wataga, Galesburg and Winfield, Iowa. Next year's reunion will be held at City-County Park at Princeton the third Sunday in July. WilliamsHeld Club Leaders Announced W1LLIAMSFIELD-MM. ft. B. Murdock, Home Culture Club president, recently announced the names of standing committee members and department chairmen for the 1963-64 club year. Committee chairmen are: Membership, Mrs. Perry Ives; program, Mrs. Royce Sargeant; social, Mrs. Floyd Jaquet; press book, Mrs. Glen Kneer; budget and finance, Mrs. Loren Spencer; publicity, Mrs. W. G. Johnson and Mrs. Howard Coe; recreation, Mrs. James K. Welch and Mrs. Charles Huber Sr.; Girl Scout and Brownie Scout representatives, Mrs. Roland Tucker and Mrs. John Englund. Department chairmen who will carry on the work of the Federated Women's Clubs are Mrs. P. R. Kimler, American home; Mrs. Royce Sargeant, art and music; Mrs. Howard Coe, legislation; Mrs. J. Ross Baird, international relations; Mrs. Lester Johnson, Lincoln Lodge, Boystown of Illinois; Miss Pluma Elburg, Park Ridge School for Girls; Mrs. I. F. Daub, American citizenship; Mrs. Harvey Brown, veterans service; Mrs Everett Tucker, youth conservation. Mrs. Ansel Packer, Golesburg Register'Moif, Gatesburg, (If. Thursday, Aug, t, 1963 It Shutout Champ NEW YORK (UPI) — Charles (Red) Ruffing leads all New York Yankees' pitchers in total number of shutouts with 40. health and welfare and mental health; Mrs. Frank Regen, Indian affairs; Mrs. Mary Lanz, gardens and conservation; Mrs. Gerald /Weaver, literature and education; Mrs. Harrison Cole, safety; Mrs. 0. B. Gray, nationalities. Plan Projects Mrs. Howard Cain was a recent host to members of the budget and finance committee to plan the two events which will be used to raise money for the club projects. In addition to the annual series of card parties beginning the last two weeks in January, the committee laid plans for a mother and daughter banquet Sept. 18 at the high school cafeteria. Mrs. Howard Coe will serve as publicity chairman; Mrs. 0. B. Gray as chairman of the decorations; Mrs. Loren Spencer in charge of the dining room; Mrs. J. Ross Baird as menu chairman and Mrs. R. E. Murdock as program and prize chairman. Feathered His Prop GUAYMUS, Mexico (AP) Ralph Kennedy of Los Angeles feathered his prop the hard way while flying near Guaymas. The pilot said his small private airplane collided with a buzzard, cracking the propeller. Kennedy made an emergency landing on public the beach near the city. nrtftHlii maiui IIITI m am mn MMftlTI MUHUMMt If » MT W It Mill If UGLY ACNE PIMPLES IMS 01 TNI CMtt Alf IITMH COMHITIlr CLIAMB M • MflNITttr IMf «9V|» WMIII UIIN* AKTEX tww osfroojojojfc crejejn?, wet dtufcoVy fotfve] ojojejhMf the ojost* •rfnrriMd acm pimplt praparatlaa. 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(AP) - Jesse Williams figured he was wasting his energy by moving a ladder around in order to plaster a ceiling in a Bisbee home. So, Williams constructed a ret of stilts, tali enough to reach Jhe ceiling while walking. Meets FEDERAL and STATE HIGHWAY SPECIFICATIONS We have on hand a large supply of Galvanized Corrugated Culverts by Wheeling. c o M P AN Y 1000 Monmouth Blvd. JOHNSON'S and FRIGIDAIRE OFFER TRUE-VALUE TRADING! DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE! When you trade in your appliance, use the Frigidaire TRUE-VALUE trade-in plan. It guarantees you the best all around deal. We give you the actual allowance for the condition and age of your present appliance. If you can't get in to the store, let one of our courteous Frigidaire salesmen give you a trade-in appraisal in the home. FRIGIDAIRE 2-DOOR! • 100 -lb. zero zone freezer with separate door. Model FD-13T-63 13.26 cu. ft. • Family-size storage space in self-defrosting refrigerator section. • Twin fruit and vegetable Hydrators hold up to % bushel. • Easy storage in the door for slirrljpir, short and tall containers. • Frigidaire dependability, too! FRIGIDAIRE THE FAMILY REFRIGERATOR) TRUE-VALUE PRICE s 199 95 WITH TRADE' 1-5 YEARS OLD. $ 239 95 WITH TRADE 5-9 YEARS OLD $ 2d9 95 WITH TRADE IN WORKING CONDITION ALL TRADES MUST MEET OUR APPROVAL. COMPARE THESE FACTS BEFORE YOU TRADE. 1. Check the quality of the new produc^J| 2. Check the selling price! 3. Check your trade-in allowance! 4. Double check the actual cash difference you pay! AIR CONDITIONER CLOSE-OUT BUY NOW FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY DURING OUR CLOSE-OUT OFFER! 9 MODELS TO BE SOLD AT OUR COST PLUS 15% JOHNSON'S APPLI Main and Cherry itrrLini Our Service is the BIG Difference 343-9317 Cat & Dog SALE 12 Suits Formerly Priced td $100. $ 1g oo 9 White Sport Coats Sixes 37-40 Regulars A Longs $ 10°° Mens Summer Suits A Real Nice Assortment Formerly Priced to 69.50 $2goo & $3goo Cotton Ivy Slacks Over 200 Pair Formerly Priced to $6.95 $ 2°° pair Sport Shirts Both Knit and Cut and Sewn. Formerly to $5.00. YOUR CHOICE $2°o Men's Socks Regular $1.00 Pair 2 pair M 00 Banlon Shirts Formerly to $8.95 Striped Blazers Just 8 Left. Sizes 38-42 $JQ00 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVI Sport Shirts Regular to $8.95 $388 Ladies # Sportswear # Famous Brandt Swimsuits # Shorts ) Skirts # Blouses Dresses # Coulott Vi PRICE Boys Sport Shirts ENTIRE STOCK $2 44 Boy's Cotton Ivy Slacks Reg. to $4.95 ; 1 W pair Summer Shoes Just 11 Pair Reg. 10.95 00 Downtown Galesburg •798

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