Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 12, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, August 12, 1963
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Toulon Prepays for Old Settkrs Days * . ... ..... «. . _ I <t._ ^ i^j J.u 1 TOULON - The 86th annual Old Settlers Celebration will be held here Wednesday and Thursday. Local merchants will hold Sidewalk Day specials Wednesday end until 11:30 a.m. Thursday. The Queen of Stark County will be crowned at 8 p.m. Wednesday on stage in the square. Four attendants will be named. Horseshoe pitching contests will be held at the Toulon Civic Club Park, and trophies will be awarded winning teams. Shape Big Parade What has been forecast as the largest parade in Stark County history will be viewed beginning Thursday at 9 a.m. with the usual items taking part plus antique autos. The municipal band will give a concert Thursday from 1 to 1:30 HOLD OLD-TIME THRESHING BEE—Neighbors of Reuben Bohtnan of Alpha and John Klundt of New Windsor gathered over the weekend for an old-fashioned threshing bee. The two men farm in combine, and report the 12 acres of oats shelled out to 69-65 bushels per acre. Bohman is at left shoveling coal into the 1923 Case steam engine. Bohman says it develops 50 horsepower and runs at 125 pounds of steam. The 1928 McCormick-Deering thresher was run by Don Bohman of Orion, Reuben's brother. Plenty of spectators were on hand to watch the proceedings, and many necks were craned in cars on U.S. 150 as passersby tried to watch the scene that has become a rarity in rural America. (Galesburg Register- Mail Photo by Dale Humphrey). Parade Is Attraction of New Windsor Show NEW WINDSOR — The parade linked with the New Windsor Fair, Rodeo and Horse show Aug. 14-16 proves to be one of the highlights of "The Biggest Little Rodeo of the World." The parade will be Thursday, Aug. 15 at 11 a.m. Since 1955 a grand trophy has been awarded to the outstanding float by judges, and first and second place trophy to each class, junior and senior organizations, commercial, individual, best marching group and best antique car. The remaining class, churches, receives a monetary, gift equal Final Summer Clearance for $ DAY on Summer Dresses • Play Clothes All regular reduced prices for $ Day CHILDREN'S WEAR 138 E. Main Street to the price of the trophies. These trophies are usually donated by business firms from surrounding towns as are most of the donations used in sponsoring the "bands which will march in the parade and also play on the bandstand. Set Record In 1957 a record high was set with approximately 100 entries and three trophies were presented in each class. This was the year of New Windsor Centennial celebration and the association sponsored a float which also participated in parades at Woodhull, Yates City and Abingdon. Since 1955 chairmen and cochairmen of the parade committee have been Guy Leonard, Clayton Shull, Harold Schatte- man and Carl Bloom. A great deal of effort and time has been expended by this committee including helpers, both in planning and on that special day of the parade. Carl Bloom is chairman of the 1963 committee, with Arthur Vanstrom, Roy Peterson and Jack Zurdeme as helpers. The committee appealed to surrounding towns to join the parade. The kiddy parade is still in its infancy. It was organized in 1961 and was well-considered that year, but a bigger, better comeback resulted in 1962, and a larger event is anticipated for 1963. Mrs. Dorothy Carlson is chairman. Post Classes The kiddy parade is divided Toulon Couple Returns From South Dakota TOULON — Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Milburn have returned home from a trip to North Dakota. They met their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Milburn, and twin sons of Albuquerque, N.M. at Devils Lake and later visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and SUMMER STORE OPENS 9 A.M. SAVE 1/2, 2/3 AND EVEN 3/4 $A SO $ DRESSES JUST 60 LEFT - Sold to 29.98 CHARGE IT LAY-IT-AWAY USE THE BUDGET 6 MONTHS TO PAY JAMAICA. SETS Reg. 3.98 to 6.98 SUMMER ' SKIRTS '2 $ 3 $ 4 Reg. 3.98 to 9.98 COTTON JAMAICAS $4 39 $239 Reg. 3.98 to 6.98 SLACKS Reg. 3.98 to 9.98 BLOUSES $ 1 $ 2 $ 3 Reg. 2.93 to 7.98 TEE TOPS 1 39 Reg. 2.98 to 6.98 UNCLAIMED LAY-A-WAY WINTER COATS 1 Navy, reg. 25.00 $10 1 Tweed, reg. 39.98 $20 2 Beige, reg. 39.98 $20 1 Brown, reg. 49.98 $25 2 Black, reg. 85.00 $40 SUITS 1-2 pc. Wool $8 1-2 pc. Wool $10 1-3 pc. Orion $15 im Suits $ 5 $ 8 Reg. 9.98 to 22.98 SWIM CAPS, reg. to 5.98 $4 COATS $ 15 $ 20 $ 25l Values 29.98 to 55.00 P. Pushers --2.39 • 3.39 Sweaters $3 $5 Handbags . $3 $5 Jackets __. $4 $6 $8 Raincoats . $5 Vests - $1 Jewelry $1 3 Formats $13 3 Disc Girdles $2 Mrs. Gerald Bryan and father, Roy.Bryan, at Flakston, N.D. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sharkey and children of Bloomington visited over the weekend in Toulon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Sharkey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kromphardt of St. Petersburg, Fla., are spending several weeks visiting friends in this area. They are former Toulon and Wyoming residents. Visitors at the home of Mrs. Ilene Benedict and John Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Goldthorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson and family of Blue Island, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Apathy and family, Oak Lawn, Mrs. John Goldthorpe, Jeff and Mickie, Omaha, Neb., and A. V. Norman and Floyd Norman of Galva. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Pyle and Mary Jane spent Sunday with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Alldredge and family in Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kermeen of Lynnewood, N.Y., visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Van Jackson. On Monday, they left for a vacation trip through the West. Mrs. John Goldthorpe and children accompanied them as far as Omaha. She had spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Ilene Benedict,' and John. FUTURE BRIDES Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." Von Receive A Free Gift Too 342-1417 WEBERS THE GIFT SHOP 149 EAST MAIN INSURE AGAINST FIRE Commercial tt Domestic Fire Insurance Afk About Our Homt Own- •xs Policy Plan. Huff Insuronce Phon. 342-34M 920 Hill Arctd* into the following classes: Pets, character, humorous, decorated pony, doll buggies, toy tractors and wagons, floats 4x6 feet or larger and open class. First-place winners will receive a trophy, second and third in each class, a gift of money. The children participating with the kiddy parade will be admitted free to the fairgrounds that afternoon and all rides will be cut to half price from 2 to 4 p.m. The kiddy parade will be Friday, Aug. 16 at 1 p.m. on Walnut Street. Hold Session ONEIDA—Mix 'n Fix 4-H Club held a work day at the Lions Shelter in Oneida recently. The members worked on pink and yellow sheets. Four club members who made scrap books were Teresa Reynolds, Louise 01 son, Sharon Safford and Becky Turner. Debbie Holmes gave a demon stration on "How to Make a Sandwich." Jan Cruce deliver a talk on "Take Care of Your Machine," and Teresa Reynolds gave a talk on "Safety Around Lawnmowers," and "Meat in Your Meals." p.m., followed by ft program honoring William L. Hagerty <rf Wyo» ming. Charles Percy, who is seek' ing the GOP gubernatorial nomination, will deliver the address. Entertainment is scheduled for 3 p.m. and again at 8 p.m. during the second day. The Jess Coppte orchestra will play for a street dance on the bank parking lot Thursday at 9 p.m. The Methodist Cherch will sponsor a dinner Thursday from 11 a* m. to 1 p.m. and a buffet supper from s to 7 p.m. Zy-J m Qalesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1963 SEC. 3 PAGE U JUST FOR YOU WE DON'T WANT THEM $10.00 SERVICE STATION $6.66 PAINT BY NUMBER SETS- 2/3 OF« $1.25 SERIES BOOKS 88c SOME OAMES _ Vi PRICE $1.00 STICK HORSES 47e $5.00 BARBIE A KEN TRUNK— $2.97 SOME BARBIE CLOTHES Vi OFF SOME TONKA TRUCKS Vi PRICE CHEMISTRY SETS GREATLY REDUCED. FREE TICKETS TO KlDDI ELAND. ... TOYS Kiddid Korner M3-I7U 'ON THE SQUARE" GALESBURG $ DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS $ Reg. $ NEW PRODUCTS Price DAY 1—FRIGID AIRE 40" ELEC. RANGE * .$279.95 $200.00 Floor Demonstrator 1-AM AN A REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER ___$549.95 $330.00 All Frost-Proof 1-AM AN A UPRIGHT 16 CU. FT. FREEZER $529.95 $368.00 All Frost-Proof 1-7,000 BTU AIR-CONDITIONER .$269.95 $199.00 Demonstrator 1-8,000 BTU AIR-CONDITIONER $259.95 $196.00 All Products Guaranteed, But Not Delivered At These Prices JOHNSON'S APPLIANCE 343-9317 Main & Cherry IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY? Check our prescription prices and see what this "FREE" service Is costing you. ^ YOUR PRESCRIPTION H E A D Q UARTE^^^^ FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY? Check our prescription prices and see what this "FREE" service Is costing you. "DOLLAR DAYS" FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY? Check our prescription prices and see what this "FREE" service Is costing you. BAYER ASPIRIN 2 BOTTLES 100 Tabs 1.00 Aluminum WRAP CHEF-UNE 25-ft. Roll 4 •* 99c PARTY TREAT Vac-Pack MIXED j?f\ NUTS OVC ADJUSTABLI ALL METAL IRONING BOARD 3.49 FOLDING BRIDGE CHAIRS 2 * 5.50 FINGER TIP TOWELS 3 or 1.00 5 lbs. Parozene Moth Cryst 1.00 CLOSE-OUT Butter-Nut COFFEE 3 H". 1.63 STUDENT BULLETIN BOARD 36" x 24" 1.98 LADIES' NYLON Seamless Stockings 59c p 9x12 RUG All Patterns 29.95 Value 17.89 MOR-PUL HEAVY CUFF Bobby Sox 3 **• 88c STUDENT DESK Mahogany or Walnut Finish Hurry On This! v«i !f 9*88 UPRIGHT RECORD CABINET Sells for 29.95 13.99 Mahogany or Walnut. BAN-LON SHIRTS Reg. 4.44 2 - 5.00 Nev'Towne WHITE PAINT OUTSIDE 1.88 • • • • • • •

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