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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

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18 Gotesburg Regisfrer-MdjLGqlesbufg, 111. Thursday, Aug. 8, 1963 Maquon Area News Nates MAQUON-Cllftord Llethy tnd Biyan Preston of BaldvHfi visited last week at the rural home of Mr. and Mrs. William Cottom. Mr. and Mrs. George Hulet of Warren, Mich, were visitors Tuesday at the home of his brother Prank and family. Mrs. Opal Loer of Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Erme fiybee and son David of Fairview were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bybee. Mrs. George Clark and children Shelly and Brad of Knoxville were afternoon callers at the Bybee home. Mrs. Doris Armstrong of Detroit, Mich., came Saturday for a visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Donaldson and family. Mrs. Donaldson is on a vacation from her work as nurse at the Knox County Nursing Home, Knoxville. Visit In Cambridge Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cooper of Elmwood, drove to Cambridge Sunday t» spend the day with Arthur Cooper's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Public Sq. Peerless Mkt. 6169 ON THE SQUARE HILLS BROS. COFFEE 2 £ $ 1.19 FINEST VEGETABLE SHORTENING SPRY UNSATURATES 3 Tin 69^ ALL FLAVORS K00L-AIP 6 »„. 19* COLD TASTY SEALTEST LEMONADE »~ 25* LARGE YELLOW BANANAS —u>. 10' NO. 1 NEW BED POTATOES 10 49' FRESH CATFISH, FRYERS, STEWERS, BAKERS, RABBITS. FULLY COOKED Half or Mm ( 14 Lb. Avg. Whole Lb. *f I FRESH LEAN TENDERLOIN PATTIES * 79* SALT PORK, LARGE CHOPS, PORK SAUSAGE Ctltf BABY BEEF LIVER _Lb. fJv NO. 1 YORKSHIRE SLICED BACON 55' FRESHLY SLICED LEAN BOILED HAM 39< FRESH TENDER BEEF ROASTS, 49^59 c FULLY COOKED READY TO SERVE CANNED HAMS 3**2.39 FREE DELIVERY - 8:30-10:30-2:30 SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer •Tm going to find a nice, quiet, deserted NEIGHBOR'S back yard!" Mrs. Sherman Gibson, and his father, Frank Cooper, who lives in the Gibson home. The latter has been quite ill but is now improving. Jeffery Mohr of Galesburg spent several days last week at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper. Eugene Bainard and Johnnie Henderson of Havana spent Thursday at the home of the latter's grandmother, Mrs. Effie Stiarwalt. They had attended the Knox County fair Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Swearingen spent Monday at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Swearingen is taking therapy treatments for his left shoulder. Mrs. John Henderson of Havana was a Sunday caller at the home of her mother, Mrs. Effie Stiarwalt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dikeman and Mrs. Ethel Dickeman of Yates City were Sunday callers at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding. Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Sulteen and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cecil. The Dikemans are former Maquon residents. Drive To Rantoul Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knox and daughters Marilyn and Linda Sunday drove to Rantoul where they met Mr. and Mrs. John Heckard of Indianapolis, Ind. Marilyn and Linda accompanied their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Heckard, home for a 2-week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gooding and son Thomas Charles of Evanston spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, Cameron. Janet Fisher accompanied her brother-in-law and sister to their Evanston home for a visit. Alan Swearingen, student at Western Illinois University at Macomb spent the weekend at his home in Maquon. Becky Foster of Galesburg spent the weekend with her Jerry's Superette 497 EAST BERRIEN STREET OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK CHICKEN LEGS, THIGHS. , b 39c CHICKEN breasts •B 49c GROUND BEEF W 3 -'1.09 CUBE STEAKS l <°«- j °«<>"- b 79c LARD '-"> .b 10c CHOPS CEN " RS < Lorge, Meaty-lb. CHOPS snd 39c RIBS u * n ' Me ° f y 3 b, $1.00 TOMATOES fe- -ib. 10c We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. IF YOU CANT FIND IT ELSEWHERE — TRY JERRY'S FREI DELIVERY TWICE DAILY on $3.00 or More Order. Pleat-Pretty PRINTED PATTERN 4526 SIZES 2-8 NOTE: Send pattern ordar* direct to New York. Watch addreaa below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Caleaburg newipapar ofiice. Little girls have all the fun—and fashion news in this pleat-pretty style! Simple, straight-away sewing with no stop for waist seams. Choose broadcloth, shantung, dacron. Printed Pattern 4526: Girls' Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 takes lT'a yards 45-inch fabric. FIFTY CENTS in coins tor this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mall, 411, Pattern Dept., 243 W 17th St., New Vork 11. N X Print g lainly NAME. ADDRESS with ONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER PATTERN FREE I Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready nowl Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. Mark Peterman takes Job With Public Aid Dept. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — Mark A. Peterman of Springfield began work today for the Illinois Public Aid Department as a liai- soi man with the state school superintendent's office. Peterman, 64, formerly headed the division of health, physical education and safety in the superintendent's office. He also is a former high school basketball coach. His ''-ties will involve a state- federal program for vocational and educational training of relief recipients. His salary will be $580-$70O a month. Return to Ohio VICTORIA — Mr. and Mi's. Clyde Hill and fanJly of Toledo, Ohio, returned to their home recently following a 2-week vacation with relatives in Victoria, Dahinda and East Peoria. Slate Reunion Annual Sheckler family reunion will be held Sunday at Lake Storey starting at 12:30 p.m. grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Conger. Ray Heck of Galesburg spent the weekend at the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Clark. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rector of Yates City were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Sulteen. Arizonans Entertained By Viola Kin VIOLA — Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson and children and John's uncle, Clyde Swansoft arrived Sunday from Tucson, Ariz. John and family are staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Swan* son and Clyde is the guest of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Petrie. Other house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Petrie include Mrs. Petrie's niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. John McMasters, and two daughters from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Petrie entertained 25 relatives Sunday in honor of their guests. Out-of-town relatives included Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Swanson, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Fay Rishel, Cambridge Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bollman, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson and family, Coal Valley; Mrs. Isabelle Gardiner, Pontiac, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chard and family, Aledo. Viola News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Ward Rich and daughter Rita, spent Sunday with relatives in Freeport. Rhoda Rich, who had spent the previous week with her uncle and aunt in Freeport, returned to Viola with her parents Sunday. Miss Bertha Sexton of Villa Park came Friday for a week's visit with Miss Amy Bryan and Mrs. Gertrude Morris. Guests of the past week with Mrs. Anna Haney were her granddaughter, Cathy McLaughlin, Alpha, and her nieces, Debbie and Sandra Guthrie, Aledo. Thursday guests of Mrs, Haney included Mr. and Mrs. Harley McLaughlin, Keithsburg, and Mrs. La Verne Plunkett and son, A-lc Larry Plunkett. The airman has just returned home from Formosa, where he has been stationed. Miss Mae Collins and Mrs. Sara Smith left Monday to drive to Chattahoochee, F1«., where they will visit with friends. Add a few drops 6t yellow food coloring to a confectioners sugar frosting when orange juice is used for the liquid and grated orange rind is added. Big Boat- Big Trouble VALLEY STREAM, N.Y. (AP) —Rene V. Thuilliet has a large problem on his hands—how to get a 48-foot boat out of his 48-foot backyard. When he started building the yacht four yean ago he planned to trailer it out through a neigh* tor's driveway. But new owners have since taken over the next door property and added an extension to their house, blocking his proposed exit, ThuilHez is considering tearing down his own garage to get out the boat. SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. Wl RtSIRVI RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES •HONI 143*9040 WHOLE. 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