Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 17
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 1, 1963
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Weir Kin HoldReunion At Biggsville BIGGSVILLE-Descendants of the late John and William Weir held their annual Weir picnic at South Henderson Church July 28. Relatives numbering around 60 attended from Aledo, Biggsville, Hanover, Moline, Rock Island and Stronghurst and Burlington. The Leonard Brokaw families had charge of this year's arrangement with the William Weir families and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weir, in charge for the reunion in 1964. Former Cleric Returns Attending the worship service Sunday at the United Presbyterian Church were Dr. Charles Mann and his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrisey. Dr. Mann had visited in the Morrisey home in Milwaukee, Wis., and was on his way back to his home at Lakeland, Fla. Dr. Mann is a former pastor of the Biggsville United Presbyterian congregation. They called on former friends and parishioners in the afternoon after being overnight guests in the Roy Whiteman home in Monmouth. Biggsville News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olson, Melanie and Leslie of Phoenix, Ariz., have arrived at the home of his mother, Mrs. Minnie Olson, after visiting since Tuesday in the home of his sister, Mrs. Paul Hartman at St. Louis, Mo. The Olsons have been visiting relatives and friends in Roseville. They v/ill spend part of the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, William Milligan near Bloom field, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Olson and family expected to return to Phoenix the first week of August and Aug. 7 their daughter Me lanie will be married. Dr. and Mrs. Hartman of St. Louis was a guest Sunday of her mother, SHOTTS Food Mori KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 Gov't Inspected Whole Frying Chickens Each SIRLOIN STEAK ,„ 79c CHUCK STEAK •„45c LARGE CANTALOUPE 29c Each GOLDEN RIPE \ BANANAS b 10c RE-JOYCE FROZEN LEMONADE Con |0C OSAGE FREESTONE PEACHES Cans | 4 CLIFFCHAR Charcoal 10-lb. BAG •Mrs. Minnie Olson where the? also visited her brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bishop and family attended a dinner party Sunday at the home of his brother-ta'law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Adams avid son at Milan. His mother, Mrs. Helen Bishop, who has spent several months in Illinois, accompanied the family to Biggsville for a short visit before returning to her home at Helena, Mont., next week. Mrs. Letha Rowley and Mrs. Rowena Billups attended the homecoming at Kirkwood Saturday and had dinner with Mrs. Carrie Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kersey and family of near Victoria. The dinner celebrated the birthdays of Arthur Boyer and Nancy Kersey. They were accompanied home by Lyle Kersey who will spend 10 days visiting his grandmother and Mr. Boyer. Benny Goodman began his musical career with orchestras on Lake Michigan excursion boats, according to Britannica Book of the Year. OUT OUR WAY-B? J. R. William* dKA ^Heis &s-THe OUAfttSRlSAie it> <3iv6 you Pdft THIrtSS PROM THE BI*U<S 5T<2We Pdtt MB.' WArf A MlWUT6**H6R6'S A LIST OP THE STUPP you WANTS t>»- CH§CK IT ASAIW6T THESE ITEM* , B0U*rft SlGU iT, AM© THE BEAU'S etLOsee/ ive »EE=M THUUTHIS §£» ftWSE-ANP YOU SOT A SNEAKy HABit OP Tftyi W TO <SET TWO tfclPS our OP ME PORTH' Pfttde OP ONE EVERY TIME you R3R6ET SOMETHING/ HEROES ARE MADE-NOT BORN ( ,H ,»,«A .»t. - | One hundred seventy-five Illinois county farm advisers and their assistants attended class at the University of Illinois during the College of Agriculture's Cooperative Extension Conference. In 20 class hours they learned the latest research results and other up-to-date information from the university's laboratories and fields. California Family Ends Maquon Visit MAQUON — Mr. and Mrs. Ray N-. Haynes and family of E*lk Grove, Calif., came Monday to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James McWilltams and'oth­ er relatives, they left Sunday for a few days' visit with relatives in Oklahoma City, Okla., and then on to Los Angeles, Calif., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Haynes. Miss Regina Morse, cousin of Haynes, left with them for an indefinite visit with the Owen Hayneses and with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morse. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hulet and children and Mrs. Frank Hulet spent Sunday in Elmhurst visiting Mrs. Wflda Mitross and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith left Friday for a vacation at Denver, Colo. OUR SUSPICION ASomr A«£ FAtf-frrCHEO, 60VS/TRUE:, MW BROTHER USED TO 8& A fAVTB DEMlOUS 8EFDRe AH£N\-~ HURT WIS MEAD/ 8UT HOW COUUD UE PtfOFlt F«OMA t ©OWT KNOW TH? LE6AL HOCUS flseus Lltfe SAKE gUT t VE <36t SCARS FftDN* m LAST VlSVf.' t>lD HE SAY SOU COOL© ACTUALLY OPEtf Ttf BOX ? REMEMBER THAT JAKE , ONCE SUED A 8US RlDE« F0R READING <5vmR HIS 'SHOULDER.' 60 MAYBE YOU'D BETTER HIM A FEW BUCKS AND SET A LEGAL CONTRACT/, GolesbufQ Register-Mail, Golesburg, III, Thursday, Aug. 1. 1963 17 OUR BOARDING Houst-with Wr* | Five Teams TUCSON, AH*. (AP) -Th#T* pia family of Tucson likes softball. Father Juan plays for a tiatn called the Sugar Addies. Mothef Eulalia plays for the fttttes. Daughters Genevieve and Irene are with the Princesses; sortl Jaime and Armanda play for the Crusaders and son Ralph is i member of the Twisters. You can use leftover syrup from canned fruit in making up fruit- flavored gelatin desserts; a cup of syrup and a cup of water is a good proportion. 4 Ers BEST TO BE-CAREFUL WITH 3AKE = No Go CHICAGO (UPI)-The Chicago Cubs haven't finished in the first division of the National League since 1946, when they were third. Projects recently added to the wide range of 4 -H activities in many areas are photography, lighthorse, automotive and personality improvement. V Sug flr ' ne | Amine*'* «ri |fitil m ol4 «*t ettortt -frM liquid JiettMtr SWEETER THAN SUGAR—YET NO FOOD VALUE Doctor* rteommond tUOARINI for diabetics, overweights,' low calorie diets PUM • HARMLIM • leONOMICAL 4 Oi. bottle Only 78e AT rOOD tTORIS IVIRYWHIM r; II A R ft N i ( F o NON FATTENING TOWN and COUNTRY Tom md (Witty © TFlf Plocf lo (jo (or thr Brond* Tou Know FOOD STORES WAIVFD R C T0WN * 11 ALACK J COUNTRY | VICTORIA TEDDV't T0WN * ICKKI J COUNTRY YATES CITY 1 BOB S COUNTRY 1 ONEIDA AID'C T0WN * UID J COUNTRY NEW WINDSOR vim A T0WN * flULA COUNTRY VIOLA . NELSON S COUNTRY ALTONA QUICK FROZEN BANQUET # Chicken # Beef # Turkey MEAT PIES 8 -02. Pkgs. COLD MEAT SPECIALS • Sliced Bologna m /\ • Pickle & Pimento Z |W C • Macaroni & Cheese LB. •+ M Fresh Fancy ,mm Tomatoes lb 1J C Fully Trimmed CHUCK ROAST 49" No. 1 Wox New ^ RED POTATOES 10 -3 7 C Wilson Corn King CANNED ^jgHAMS 3 E $ 2.19 5 £ $ 3.49 Celery tk 10 c Charlie's Tuna Is Only the Finest of Tuna Chunk Star-Kfst. HHTKIM Style vngnic s • una is vniy ine rine Starkist Tuna 4 6 ! /4-oz. Tins 14-oi. Btls. MISSION aas CATSUP 2 GREEN GIANT PEAS - NIBLETS CORN 2 29c - 39c FLEECY WHITE 'Full of Brightening Power' Bleach Gal MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 - 65c MARKET BASKET FLOUR 5 - 39c PRUNE JUICE BL..« » 43c WILDERNESS S^u. 33c Diet Delight Wl' N - 3 27c APPLEBUnER srr 29c Meadolake OLEO 2-49c L POST'S CRITTERS Reg. Size 29C * Hills Bros. COFFEE» *1.25 1 LaChoy Noodles 2 25c COMET CLEANSER 2 & 37c IVORY REGULAR BARS 2«- 21c Blue Cheer REGUIAR SIZE 2 <- 69c DASH FOR AUTOMATICS ST 79c Pink Dreft FOR BABY'S THINGS 2 <•< 69c Rap-in-Wax 2 WAXED PAPER 100-ft. Roll* c »

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