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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 23

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Glenn Learns How to Shoot Native Arms By ALVtN B. Wm JR. CAPE CANAVERAL (UP!) Strange days on the doorsteps to apace... John Glenn, America's first orbiting astronaut, has learned how to use a native' blowgun. Me added this somewhat obscure talent to his versatile repertoire during a recent survival course in Panama. With nowhere to go in space for another IS months or so, Glenn and hss IS fellow Mercury* Gemini astronatus have spent the past few weeks learning how to get along in earth's jungles and deserts — just in case they should accidentally land there. constrictor, then survival train* tag can be fun. An instructor's favorite trick during dull periods of the astronauts' sojourns into the wilds is to stuff the snake into a candidate's overnight pack. ine boi constrrc-tor is relatively harmless, even if the victimized astronaut thinks otherwise when first coming face to fang with the fearsome-looking beast in the sleepy hours of the morning. Closer to civilization, astronauts prove to be just as human as the rest of us. Spaceman Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom's contribution to this little If happiness is a 12-foot boa homily has been the collection of speeding tickets. Ita tMrrrfnutivi astronaut was nabbed recently for allegedly doing 78 miles per hour in his sports ear on a Florida road. Grissom came similarly at variance with the state's speed laws last November — at a cost of $20. For the record, Grissom tooled along at 5,280 miles per hour on his sub*orbital flight through speed-lawless space on July 21, ML $ DAYS $ WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES $ 1.95 $2.95 — $3.95 — $4.95 ODDS AND ENDS — $1.00 HANDBAGS Geniue Leather Values to $10 tm QO $195 While They Last * | and * | ONE LOT MEN'S and BOYS' SHOES— $ 3,95* and . .95 Suitable for Dress — School — Work TED GROTHE SHOES 140 EAST MAIN STREET Lt. Col. John A. (Shorty) Powers was silenced as the "voice of the astronauts," NASA officials said, in an over-al' realignment of personnel at the close of Project Mercury. The real reason, according to informed sources, was that Pow ers stepped on numerous NASA toes — from administrator James E. Webb on down — when he went on a lecture-for-pay tour for a publications firm that was negotiating to "buy" the personal stories of the astronauts. The selection of former Wash ington newsman Paul Haney to replace Powers appeared to please most "space beat" reporters who preferred a man with news-handling experience in a news-handling job. Not Taken Far ' HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Glen Hayes was upset when a burglar stole a shotgun, jewelry and electric shaver from his home in Christian County. Then he got an anonymous phone call telling him the stolen items were under a road sign near the Hayes home. Hayes hurried out and recovered every item. READ THE WANT ADS! — COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED — 9 A.M. WEDNESDAY ONLY 1 RACK FULL AT $1 Super Dollar Day WE'RE OVERSTOCKED ... with Summer merchandise. So we have slashed the prices drastically — sacrificing now to make room for our Fall and Back-to-School fashions. Take advantage of us now! Sale lasts this week and this week only! SUMMER DRESSES $ 5 - $ 8 - $ 10 Formerly $10.99 to $35 Sellers • Jr .Sizes 5 to 15 • Misses 8 to 20 • Half Sizes to 24 1/2 Entire stock of over 300. SUMMER SPORTSWEAR *2- $ 3 $ 4 Formerly $2.99 to $11.98 Sellers • Shorts, Jamaicas, etc. • Slacks - Over Knees • Skirls, Tops, Shirts Entire Stock — Huge Asst. 1 Seamless Sale of Sale of 1 NYLONS BLOUSES SWIMWEAR 1 Reg. $1 pr. 66{£ hi . *2 - $ 3 Vat. to $29.95 $ 1 0 I # Plain or Mesh 1 1 # Roll-up*, Sleeveless • Entire Stock 1 # Sizes BVi S to 11 L • Reg. $2.99 to $5.99 # Famous Brands SPECIAL! Sweaters, Skirts - — $ 5 ea. SPECIAL! Lightweight Coats - JS - $ 10 SPECIAL OFFERING This Week Only! SWEATERS SKIRTS 20% Off Entire New 1963 Stock Flecks Famous Names New Mix-Match Colors Buy Now on Lay-away SALE ENDS AUG. 31 $5 Down on Layaway WINTER COAT SALE Beautiful Fur Trims Rich, Warm Un-trim Each Coat Marked at Reg. and Sale Price. They'll Do It Every Time Galesburo ReoJster*Moil, Gotesburo, ,1.1.1... Monday, Aua, 12, 23 By Jimmy Hatlo 1W£ M4ILMAN~.M£ KNOWS ~WHfiN 1U£f?££ POSTAL DUEOM4 DIVIDEND CHECK**ITS miD WHU A SMILE — HBH-MBM- \f SPACE OIL COMPANY* IHERE'S FIVE \\H/HiA«.PROSABLV A CENTS DUE'ON ( OlVlDEND.015 A STOCk THIS ONE 4 ** J) SPLIT-MA-MA.»VORlCK» HAVE YOU A NICKEL FOft THE POSTMAN ? ^MUSTN'T HOLD UP r WM*ATP ONE CENT DUE 1 PROM THAT CUTTHROAT COLLECTION AGENGVP WE PEFUSE TO PAY.'/ LET 'EM h PAV THEIR OWN POSTAGE AsX>N THEIR INSULTING BUT WMEN rr& THE LAST NOTICE ON AN OVERDUE BlLL -THATS A MOOSE OP ANOTHER SPECTRUM" RIGHT, AClDlA; . TELL THAT OL' TROUBLEMAKER TO, .GET LOST.' mm 8-it Gerlaw Area News Notes GERLAW - Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Finley of Monmouth were guests of the Harlan Terpenings for homemade ice cream Saturday. Mrs. Mildred Gilmore called on Mrs. Lulu McCrery in Monmouth Wednesday. Ronnie Winbigler, David Lee and John Gibson spent the weekend in Wisconsin with the Warren FFA boys and their adviser, Eldon Aupperlee. Mrs. Jessie Hood returned home from University Hospital, Iowa City, where she submitted to surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boock visited recently with Glen Rfck- etts at Joy. Motoring to Chicago for the day last Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery and Dennis of Gerlaw and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Darrah of Fall Creek were dinner gues'ts of Mrs. Lulu McCrery in Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Lowel Gardner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen went to Wisconsin recently fof a picnic. Ronald Hood of East Molrne spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hood. Zenas Spicer and Mrs. Harlan Terpening and Sandra were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Darrah, Sherri and Shelli at Fall Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Winbigler celebrated their anniversary recently and for the occasion they and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Winbigler were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery for cake and homemade ice cream. Attending a picnic and boat ride at the Mississippi River last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hennenfent, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Dowell and Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lee, Jerry, Cindy and Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson, Glen and Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hawks and Debbie. Rent Electric Carpel Shampooer FOR ONLY '1 Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo Save big with this easy to use "do tt yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed wtth the new look of your carpeting. Available at Woodhutt Clots Marks Anniversary WOODMULL-Members of the 1943 graduation class of the Woodhul! High School held their 20th anniversary reunion Aug. 3 in the Holiday Inn at Galesburg with 23 persons in attendance. Mrs. Clair Colburn served as toastmistress and Rev. Reuben Kirk of Granville, Ohio, led in prayer. This is Your Life" was the theme carried out in the program. Class members and M. D. Haenline of Woodhull, former principal of the school, responded to roll call with "A Bit of Their Life." The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Clair Colburn, who observed her birthday Aug. 6. Church Group Meets A church association meeting was held Thursday at the Pm» byteriaa Church. Mrs. MarJuriS Sipea was devotional leader and Mrs. Frances Flatter hid the program. District 1 will hold a retreat In Molins Sept. IS. Host« esses were Mrs. Very) Hum-, phrey, Mrs. Dorothy Litton and Miss Ethel Clough, who were in charge of the serving of the menu. Man has used the horse since prehistoric times. WERE $2.98 BOWLING BAGS *1 GENUINE LEATHER Zipper Notebooks $ Limited Quantity OUTSTANDING BUY Values to 3.95 1 LOT OF SLIGHTLY IRREGULARS Only Men's ft Ladies' BOWLING SHOES Values to < 6.95 * Limited Quantity Cushion Foot Sweat Socks Heavy Quality. Pair Servus GYM SHOES Fruit of the Loom GYM SHORTS Sizes 22 to 44 ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS 85e ORIGINALLY SOLD AT $14.95 6 Transistor Radios LONG RANGE PICK-UP £ Complete with Battery, 3} Earphone and Leather Ca»e. ONLY USED LUGGAGE b-*4- $ 5 Reg. $5.98 CROQUET SETS With Carrying Rack $4 Limited Quantity Reg. $5.98 Complete Badminton Sets 4 PLAYER $4 Limited Quantity TRADED IN Many Stylet. Advertised Brands LEO STEIN LUGGAGE SPORTING GOODS JEWELRY 343 45 E. Main St Personal Problems? Lot "Penny" Help. Write to "Penny" Care of Register-Mail "Penny" Appears Every Tuesday and Friday Always a bigger dollar's worth than you expect. More style, more value, more Modern. Everything fresh, desirable and dependable ... and true to the famous Schubach Standard. < Joi l the cjCadled: Blouses . . . 2.00 - 3.00 and 5.00 Values to 12.95 Skirts . . , . . . 5.00 and 7.00 Values to 14.95 Fur Blend Sweaters. 7.00 and 10.00 Values to 17.95 Coordinates . . . . 10.00 to 35.00 Values to 69.95 Dresses ..... 10.00 to 20.00 Values to 45.00 Car Coats Vz Price Swimsuifs ...... Vz Price Bermudas Vz Price ^or the Cjentle emen: All Weather Coats. 10.00 and 20.00 Values to 52.75 Sport Coats . . . 10.00 and 20.00 Values to 45.00 Pants 5.00 and 10.00 Values to 25.00 Sport Shirts .... 2.00 to 5.00 Values to 11.95 Cavanagh Straw Hats . . Vz Price Swimwear ..... Vz Price The Shop Accommodating

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