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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, August 12, 1963
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New Windsor Home Hosts Vacationer from Canada , NEW WINDSOR - Mrs. Bertha Johnson of Alberta, Canada, spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Willems and returned to Oeneseo Thursday to visit tela* lives. * Kenneth Chilberg entered Mo* line Public Hospital Aug. 1, for surgery Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Lambert and two granddaughters, Karen and Kathy Albrecht, of Davenport^ arrived Aug. 8 for a visit with* Mrs. J. W. Robb, the Ray Keim and Lester Robb families. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Korslund and family of Eagle Grove, Iowa, spent the weekend with Mrs. Korslund's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keim and visited other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. William Hunley and family returned to Cheraw, S. C. Friday, after concluding a visit With' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crawford, parents of Mrs. Hunley. Mrs. Violet Dawson, the Misses Esther and Marie Rosene returned Thursday from a vacation trip to the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and North Carolina. Mrs. Dawson spent Friday at the Wayne Smiley home in Rock Is* land and was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. 3. L. Pe« terson, who spent the week there. War Mothers Meet Mrs. LaVern Plunkett, delegate from Unit 89 of the War Mothers, Mrs. Clarence Anderson, alternate delegate, Mrs. Orva Fisher, Mrs. Lewis Yerkey and Mrs. Martin McVeigh, members, attended the district meeting of the War Moth' ers at Carbon Cliff Aug. 8. Plans were discussed for the advisory council meeting at Peoria in September. Own Fire Department FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP)-As a precaution against fire, the Kentucky pioneer built the chimney of his log cabin so that if it caught fire he could pull out a log and collapse the burning chimney. AUGUST BEAUTY SAVINGS (OLD WAVE PERMANENT . . . Haircut • and ail— # Sudsey Shampoo 0) Sparkle Rinse # Test Curl # Style-Set # Glamor-Spray # Style Haircut # Cold Wave Complete SJJOO Operators to serve you Hazel Cafferty, Mgr. Dorothy Benson — Kay Peterson Maregret Hager Johnson Kellogg & Drake Beauty Shop SWEETIE PIE By Naditie Seltzer Galesburg Keaister«Mail, tealesburg, ill. Monday, Aua, 12, l ^g ^-j^ "I have to bans up and got dratted! We're eating out tonlghtl- Traffic Sets Record on Mississippi Mississippi River commercial traffic in the Rock Island District totaled 6,779,753 tons through the end of July, midway in the 1963 navigation season, which is the highest mid-year traffic total in history, the Army Corps of Engineers reported today. Commercial river- traffic through July 1962 1 totaled 5,762,150 tons, while river cargo totaled 5,472,694 tons through the first half of the 1961 navigation season and 5,039,586 tons through July of the 1960 navigation season. Traffic totaled 5,226,153 tons through July 1959, which was the first to top the 5,000,000 ton mark midway in the year. River tonnage totaled 10,090,981 tons for all of 1959, which was the first year that the annual traffic figure topped the 10,000,000 ton mark. River traffic reached 10,563,536 tons during 1960, which was beset with a late start due to heavy March ice and then followed by a spring flood. A river traffic record of 10,606, 470 tons was set in 1961 and a new annual record of 11,741,493 tons in 1962. Another annual traffic record may be set this year, the engineers predicted. The 1963 navigation season opened on March 19, the third latest opening in recent years, due to a heavy ice cover on the Mis sissippi River. Temperatures well below zero for two months last winter created near record ice thicknesses on the river. When born, the opossum is a mite hardly larger than a bee. DR. L. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. $43-6317 or 342-3017 339 E Main Hourt: it A.M. to e P.M. Fridays: 9 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. Wadnaaday'f Tl) Neon FLASH PLEASE READ! Many chairs have been removed to make room for racks and tables bulging with the greatest array of shoe bargains in years! SHOE PRICES DROP STARTS 9 A.M. TOMORROW! $ DAY BARGAINS by the THOUSANDS 0WMANS IS THE PLACE! All These Prices ALL THIS WEEK HILL ARCADE BLDG. 342-1313 GALESBURG, ILL. Your Satisfaction Is Unconditionally Guaranteed DOLLAR means the MOST for each $ y Make every dollar count, make every penney mean more. • * that makes fashion sense! And the way to do it it to be at Qerwig't front door when it wings open on the greatest sale of the summer! Every department, every site, every piece is in this sola: it's the "last gasp" in reductions before fall merchandise takes over. Stock up on hot weather fashions to take you comfortably through the hot weather still ahead ... and into fall. Look at these bargains: winter coats Including fur trim. 15°/« 6 off sweaters 3. 5. 7. 9. 12. A sweater assortment, reg. $5.98 - $19.98 of every kind imaginable./ Wools, Orlons, bulkies, fancies, jewel trimmed; classics, fur blends — in fact just about everything ... all at half price, or less. dresses and up Reg. $10.98 to $39.98 dresses for juniors, misses', women and half sizes. Complete round-up of summer dress stock. wool suits 14. Reg. $39.95 - $69.98. skirts 1. 3. 4. 5. Reg. $5.98 to $11.98 values. Pleated linens, sf?m cottons, full prints, slim white dacrons, pleated white dacrons, solid pleated cottons. Juniors and missy styles. slacks 2. 4. Reg. $6.98 to $10.98 slacks from country's best woman's tailor. Wool flannel. Sizes 8-10. pedal pushers 3. Reg. $5.98 and $7.98 values from same fine maker Solids and prints, all sizes. bermuda shorts 2"-3. Reg. $3.98 values in our better shorts. Fine tailoring, beautiful fabrics; cotton twills, tapestries, gabs. Juniors, misses. 3. - 7 Entire summer line of finest sportswear . . . now 40% reduced! Coordinates in shorts, slacks, blouses, jackets, skirts. One of the best buys in the store. Bobbie Brooks sportwear 2. »> 5. 40% off on groups of coordinates in many colors and styles. Dressy and tailored groups: cottons, cotton knits. Junior sizes. swimsuits 6. - 15. 40% off on Catalina and Rose Marie Reid and Jantzen finest suits! Reg. values $12.98 to $27.98. Cottons, lastex, knits. Best swimwear lines in the countryl. Pendelton sportswear 40% - A group of odds and ends in jackets, skirts, sweaters. Sizes 12-18. forma Is 1. 3. Reg. $17.98 - $39.00. blouses 2. 3. Reg. $3.98 to $4.98 values in cottons. Whites and colors, solids and patterns. 30 to 36. summer handbags 2. - 4. Regular values to $10 in straws, leathers, patents and novelties. jewelry 50c & $ 1 Half price on all summer jewelry; necklaces, earrings, bracelets. spring coats 19.-25. Reg. $29.98 - $45.00. shorty PJ's 2. 3. Reg. $4.00 - $6.00. gowns Robe — Mu-Mu's Etc. 2. 4. Reg. $4.00 - $8.00. White Swan uniforms 40%»« All sizes. White Stag sportswear ho,s 1 Reg. $5.98 • $10.00. maternities 4o - 10. Reg. $6.98 to $17.98 values in dresses, separates in tops and skirts, Bermudas, pedal-pushers. Charming and young styling. 6? 338 t. main Optn • Gtrwifl's Chirga Account Today

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