Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 16, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, August 16, 1963
Page 12
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12 Golesburo Register-MaiI^GQlesbufa. Friday, Aug. 16, 1963 Maquoit Man Leaves Vets Hospital MAQUON — George McKenna has returned from University Hospital, Iowa City, and is staying at tlwhome of his daughter, Mrs™" Hal "Buckingham and fam ily in Oalesburg. McKenna had surgery on his left eye July 30, and will again enter the hospital Aug. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dalton and son David of Long Beach, Calif., arrived Wednesday for a 2-week visit with his parents, Mr. and MICRO-MIDOET AUTO RACES SQUIRES SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, AUG. 17 Mrs. Charlie Dalton, and sister, Mrs. John Leffingwell and family. George and Becky Sheets returned home with their father Sunday, after spending the past two weeks at the rural home ot their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sheets, Camden. Susan Sheets is visiting her grandparents this week. Alan Sheets took his daughter Jane to Springfield Sunday. She will spend the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burtnett Harshbarger and Diane and attend the state fair. Visit State Park Mr. and Mrs. Reece Thurman returned home Friday. They had spent since Monday at the White Pines Slate Park and at Back to School Special ANY COMBINATION OF Plain Skirts - Sweaters or Trousers 3 $149 DURING THE REST OF AUGUST. 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Ray Anderson Cleaners SEMINARY and FREMONT STREETS 1626 GRAND AVENUE - 343-2191 342-1315 the Blackhawk State Park. Their children Carol and Robert were cared for in the Alan Sheets home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Meyer and sons Chris and Mike spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Shafer. Martha Moyer returned home with her parents after spending two weeks in the Shafer home. Mike remained with his grandparents for a 2-week visit. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Davis and son Tom of Joliet spent Sunday and Monday With his mother, •Mrs. L, C. Davis. Miss Helen McDowell of Cedar Falls, Iowa, and cousin, Mrs. Blanche Cameron of Aledo, visited Thursday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Ira Moats. Miss McDowell formerly taught English in the Maquon High School. She also visited Mrs. Ruth Swearingen. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Thurman and Carol spent Monday at the state fair at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gooding spent Monday at the home of their son Charles and family at Canton. Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS Alpha Girl Hold* Role in Queen Contest ALPHA - Miss Julie Wing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wing of Alpha, was one of the four attendants to Miss Vickie DeDecker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin DeDecker of An* nawan, who won the title of Miss Henry County Fair—1963 in the finals of the queen contest Saturday night at Cambridge. Other attendants to the queen were Miss Janet Thompson, daughter ef Mr. arid Mrs. Verne Giger of Geneseo; Miss Sharon DeLay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd DeLay of Geneseo and Miss Orlana Faulkner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Faulkner of Cambridge. Miss Judy Holdsworth of Alpha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur HoldswOrth, was also one of the many contestants who entered the contest this year. Missourians Visit at Gilson G1LSON — Mrs. Vera Putnam and grandson, Carl Phrlipps of Columbus, Mo., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Budd Putnam and they all attended the wedding of Miss Carol Stevens to Bruce Spencer at the Methodist Church in Galesburg Saturday. Joni Putnam was the flower girl. Miss Kris Eckman spent the weekend at home. She is attending classes at Western Illinois University. Kevin and Pamela Bankes of Canton spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bankes. They returned the children to their home in Canton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bankes entertained their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Carlyle of Rock Island at dinner, Sunday. AlWood Class Has Reunion WOODHULL - The Class of 1953 of AlWood Senior High School, Woodhull, held its 19th year reunion Aug. 10, in the Bow and Arrow Room at Marando's in Milan. A program and business meeting were held, with Carl Nelson, 19S3 class president, presiding. Nelson read the class will and Mrs. Jean Hambleton, read a poem she had composed about the members who were present. A centerpiece at the head table was won as a prize by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hambleton. It was decided to have a picnic in two years. Those serving on the committee for the 10th year reunion were Carl Nelson, Mrs. Jean Hambleton, Mrs. Margaret Fields, Mrs. Natalie Thompson, Mrs. Marna Beck, Dick Wilson, Jack Anderson and Gerald Nelson. Serve Picnic Those appointed to the committee for the picnic were Virgil Spivey, Mrs. Virgil Spivey, Terry McVietty, Mrs. Florence Clark, chairman; Mrs. Shirley Anderson and Mrs. Martha Anderson. There were 26 in attendance, 15 of whom were class members out of a total of 36 graduates. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hambleton, Mr. DR. I. ERNSTEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. 143 -6317 or MI-3017 331 E. Mala Hourn v A.M. to 6 P.M. Trldayi! t A.M. to 3:30 PM. WadiMMlar'a Til Noon. and Mrs. ftlchard Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Spivey, Mr. and Mrs. George Beck, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nelson, and Mrs. Natalie Thompson, all of Woodhull; Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark of Victoria; Mrs. Bill Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crawford of Alpha; Mr. and Mrs. Terry McVietty of Orion; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Macomb and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Langebartels of Moline. Remains Clean The modern food waste disposer makes it unnecessary to use lye or other chemical drain cleaners, says the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Information Bureau. The natural scouring action of the disposer will keep the sink drain clean and trouble-free. Because the disposer action eliminates the necessity for chemical cleaners, many manufacturers use alloys to make their disposers. If the homeowner inadvertently pours chemical cleansers into one of these units, the alloys will be at* tacked and corrosion will begin, Hancock, Midi., is farther north than Montreal, Canada. Lassen Peak, in northeastern California, is the only active volcano in the United States. BOWMAN'S $ DAY SHOES AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES, ALL THIS WEEK Look What ^ $5 Will Buy $ SHOES FOR WOMEN SAVE UP TO 60% AND MORE Look What ^ $3 Will Buy $ SHOES FOR CHILDREN SAVE UP TO 70% AND MORE! Look What ^ $5 Will Buy $ SHOES FOR MEN SAVE UP TO 60% OR MORE Look What ^ $2 Will Boy J I FLATS FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS SAVE UP TO 50% OR MOREI Hill ArcacU Bldg. 342-1313 — Galesburg, III. PRICES SIMILARLY SLASHED ON MANY OTHER SHOESI SATISFACTION ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. NO DOWN PAYMENT 300 '60 Mercury Mont. 4-Dr. Sedan *1795 V8, automatic, power steering and brakes, radio— '59 Mercury Mont. 4-Dr. Sedan $995 V8, automatic, radio '58 Ford Fairlane 500 2-Dr. Sed. $400 V8, automatic, radio, power steering '58 Mercury Mont. 4-Dr. Sedan *5Q0 V8, automatic, radfr, power steering and brakes '58 Edsel 4-Door Sedan V8, automatic, radio '58 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan $ 300 V8, automatic, radio '57 Ford Fairlane 4-Dr. Hardtop $ 4Q0 V8, automatic, radio '57 Ford Fairlane 500 4-Dr. Sed. $ 400 V8, automatic, radio '57 Ford Fairlane 4-Dr. Sedan $ V8, automatic, radio . 57'Rambler 4-Door Sedan $ 600 V8, standard shift, radio '57 Ford Custom 2-Door Sedan $ V8, automatic, radio _ 400 200 COMPARE AND SAVE A NEW LIST OF CARS AT WHOLESALE PRICES '57 Mercury Mont. 2-Dr. Sedan *3QQ V8, automatic, radio . $ 250 '57 Dodge 4-Door Sedan V8, automatic, radio —. . '56 Mercury Mont. 4-Dr. Sedan $300 V8, automatic, radio, power steering and brakes 4t *ww '56 Ford Custom 2-Door Sedan s ?50 V8, standard shift, radio, overdrive ._ '56 Buick 4-Door Hardtop $ 1CQ V8, automatic, radio '55 Mercury Mont. 4-Dr. Sedan $250 V8, automatic, radio '55 Oldsmobile 4-Door Sedan $ V8, automatic, radio '55 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan $ 300 V8, automatic «#VU # 55 Ford Fairlane 2-Dr. Sedan $ V8, automatic, radio '54 Oldsmobile 98 4-Dr. Sedan *1 50 V8, auto., radio, power steering, brakes, windows, teat • *^ V '53 Ford 2-Door Hardtop $ 50 V8, standard shift, overdrive ^ 100 200 LINCOLN-MERCURY Jim Sherwood - Dick Welty (MEET US AT THE CORNER BROAD & FERRIS) Gene Swonson-Harold Thompson

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