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August 14, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 23

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New Windsor Lad Marks 8th Birthday NEW iMsftft - Charles Lwr.arxl, wfys* eighth birthday anfliveraaey WIA Aug. 10, was hofl- bred gUWt ill th% afternoon when his father, timfr Leonard, accompanied Charles and his five guests to the 200 in Moline. New Windsor. Briefs Mr. and Mrs. William Hupp of Momence, spent Friday night at the Lowell Leonard home, when en route on a vacation trip. John Kelce, who entered Moline Mute yea. titteC Mickelbenvfe PORK SAUSAGE Golesburg Register-Mai I, Golesburfl, Wed.. AUQ, 14, 1963 23 Public Hospital Aug. 6, underwent surgery the following Tuesday. Dinner guests Aug. 9 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kimmitt and family of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nelson of Deffirer, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peterson and daughter Sherry of Viola, Gary and Roger Peterson. Spec .-4 Gary and Larry Peterson, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson of New Windsor, received their release from service July 31. They entered service October 1960, and received basic training with the paratroopers at Ft. Ord, Calif. They had been stationed at Ft. Campbell, Ky. They were assigned in the 327th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division and participated in the NATO exercises in Turkey in September 1961. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Peterson and daughter are presently residents at Viola Violans Return From West VIOLA — Mr. and Mrs. Vern Kling have returned home from a vacation at Loveland, Colo. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Evans and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lindburg at Lafayette, Colo. Guests for the week, of Mrs. Berneice Forsythe, were her grandchildren, Suzanne, Laurel and Carol Forsythe of Areola, Maureen and Coleen McGirk of Medinah and Cathleen Forsythe of Plainfield. Mrs. Frank Mack was a delegate to the recent 12th international convention of the Eagles and Women's Auxiliary in Chicago. She is a past president of Illinois, and gave the official welcome to the assembled delegates at the convention. Debby and Steve Whan, 6 and 7- year-old children of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whan, are convalescing from tonsillectomies done this week at St. Anthony's Hospital. Morrow Brown has been released from the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City, where he had major surgery. Mrs. Brown remained in Iowa City during his hospitalization and they were brought home to Viola by their nephew, Glenn Fisher of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mrs. Jane Davis of Dayton, OhiOj is visiting with her brother- in-law and sister, Rev. and Mrs. Frank McLean. She came to Viola Friday from Wheaton where she had been the guest of her brother, Dr. Charles Allen. Avid Readers Italians were reading more, judging by the unprecedented boom enjoyed by Italian writers and publishers during 1962, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Rio Scouts Attend Camp RIO-The Rio Girl Scouts left Monday for a camping site, the Georde Park at Burlington, for a 3-day outing. They were accompanied by their scout leaders, Mrs. Loretta Swanson, Alpha, and Miss Peggy Powell, Rio. The Girl Scouts are sponsored by the Rio Woman's Club. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dye July 28 were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Blair and Mrs. Larry Gibb of Biggsville, Mrs. Perry Mumme of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dye and family. Mrs. Mumme returned home Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith, Greeit Bay, Wis., were recent guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Smith of Galesburg Junior Society Entertained At New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - The United Presbyterian Women entertained the Junior Missionary Society of the church Saturday at the CE Building. Opening devotions were conducted by Mrs. Wayne Hickok. The program included a presentation of "The Women of the Bible," by 12 members; piano solo, Judy Petrie; reading Mrs. Donald Crawford; vocal solo, Judy Bonnett, Mrs. Arnold Bonnett, accompanist, and a vocal duet, Mrs. Curtis Walsten and daughter Elizabeth, with Judy Petrie accompanist. Most rural people on Haiti live in wooden frame huts with mud- daubed walls and thatched roofs. at Smith's farm home south of Rio. Clute, Landon Reunion Held The annual Clute and Landon reunion dinner was held Sunday at Alexis, with 52 attending. A hobby show was featured. Music was furnished by Ruth Ann Richardson. Mrs. Ruth Clute was elected president, and Mabel Dowdy, secretary. It was decided to have next year's reunion the second Sunday in August at the same place. Those attending were: R. W. Landon, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Carlson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Armstrong, Gladys Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clute, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clute, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clute, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Armstrong and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dor- rance Russell and Blanche, Erwa Richards, Marie Yerkey, Loraine Wendt and son, James Clute* Mr. and Mrs. Ted Drake, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson, Edna Brown, Marshall Richardson and Ruth Ann, Margaret McAdam, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson, Grace Brown and Mabel Dowdy. Guests were Weldon McCoy, Mary Galbreath and Alice Driffil. READ THE WANT ADSt 160RS « WHY 7 MMfTtt KRAFT SANDWICH SPREAD KRAFT OIL ft VINEGAR DRESSING Pt. Jar NBC ASST. SNACKS CUDAHY'S FLAKO SHORTENING 8-Oz. Btl. Pkg. 3-Lb. Tin 39 c 29* 39* 49< OLEO 8p "l $ 1.00 COUNTRY'S DELIGHT AMERICAN SLICES 4 8-ox $100 PKGS. | NO. 1—931 SOUTH SEMINARY ST. NO. 2—GRAND AVE. ot MICHIGAN OPEN SUNDAYS — 9 to 1, 4 to 7 P.M. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. Prices Effective Through Sunday. GROCERS KRAFT TASTY AMERICAN 55c KRAFT OIL ic IMPERIAL BRAND ICE CREAM GAL. CTN. LOAFS MEADOW GOLD BUTTERMILK 10 c OF SPECIAL ~ E WEEK. QT. CAN RAGGEDY ANN CUT GREEN BEANS REGISTER FOR FREE CASH PRIZES 303 TINS Pure Cane RAGGEDY . 4rYli! m. Oft-"* 40 LBS. mm FROZEN \ 6-OZ. TIN for 1\ /\ A RAGGEDY ANN CREAM . Golden Corn 2 Tm$ 25° RAGGEDY ANN GARDEN FRESH Peas RAGGEDY ANN Sauerkraut . . RAGGEDY ANN 3Q3 Tomatoes X TI ns ^ # RAGGEDY ANN, CRUSHED Pineapple 2 TIM 3/° RAGGEDY ANN, FR. PK. n . Polish Dills 29 c 5WANSD0WN 2 Tins 29 3 29' MIXES F GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS PORK CHOPS RIB CENTER.. Lb. 69 PORK CHOPS LOIN CENTER... Lb. 79 ALL MEAT WIENERS ,„ 39 BACON S!7 KV 2 55 WILSON'S U. S. GOV'T INSPECTED FRYING CHICKENS CANNED HAMS 5 Lb. $ Tin PEPSI- S COLA WITH PURCHASE 59c HIIAND, CHESTY or BLUE STAR POTATO CHIPS Plus Deposit 24 BTL. CASE HAMBURGER »~ 3 E T 5 HOME GROWN GREEN PEPPERS 3 WEBB BUTTER-NUT BLEND COFFEE I CABBAGE for CARROTS Mb. Cello Pkg. 10 c FRESH, GREEN LB 5C 2-LB. TIN $ 1.05 3-LB. TIN $ 1.49 WEBB BUTTER.NUT COFFEE 2 WITH $5.00 ORDER. LB. TIN f

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