Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
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Accidents On Bicycles Can Be Cut Where's the most likely place for a bicycle accident? Are rural children safer than city children, or are boys safer on a bicycle than girls? At what age is a child most likely to have an accident? National Safety Council studies show surprising aspects in the answers to these questions. Chil­ dren in rural areas have as many, or more, accidents as city children. A child is more likely to be injured or killed after he's home from school than he is while riding to or from school. Accidents are most likely to happen on a Saturday and least likely to happen on a Sunday, the SEW for BACK-toSCHOOL SEARS DARK FALL GINGHAMS IN PLAIDS, CHICKS Large assortment of deep rich colors. Sanforized arid Mercerized for added strength and luster. Wrinkle-resistant and machine washable. 36-in. wide SCISSOR ASS'T ** Satisfaction guaranteed Q"r» A "D Q or your money back*' DJCttAlvO NSC says. Boys are far mm liable to have accidents; a 42- state survey showed that 86 per cent of the children hurt were males. Most accidents involve children in the 5 to 14 age bracket. Intersections in cities are the most dangerous areas. Night Riding Dangerous Night riding is the most dangerous. While 70 per cent of accidents occur during daylight hours, four out of five deaths occur in the late afternoon or evening. It's not recommended . . . that children ride bikes at dusk or after dark, even if the bike has a headlight, taillight or reflector. If night riding must be done, for whatever reason, the bike should have proper lighting equipment, the rider should wear light-colored clothing and the bike should have reflective tape showing to the rear. The Veterans of Foreign Wars has been carrying out a national program of applying reflective tape, which is visible at night from as far as 1,500 feet, to bicycles. The VFW also has been inspecting bikes to check their operating condition and to see that the rider has knowledge of proper riding habits. Acharn Yoder CANTON, Ohio (AP) — Assigned to the Prince Royal's College in Chiengmai, Thailand, by the United Presbyterian Church as a teacher, William Yoder will have the title "acharn" (great Wise man). But he doesn't see it that way. Yoder, a 1963 graduate of the College of Wooster (Ohio), says: "They may have far more to teach" me than I will have to teach them." Yoder also says one Wooster course he never figured to get too much use from should come in handy. He took a soccer course to meet a physical education requirement, and will coach the sport in Thailand. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Carl Nelsons Buy Home At Oneida ONEIDA—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Victoria purchased the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKibben. Nelson is associated with Rex Johnson at the Johnson Grain Co. The Nelsons are the parents of three sons, Curtis, Kenny and Pat. Mr. and Mrs. McKibben will move to Muscatine sometime in the near future where they will teach in the Muscatine school system. Oneida Briefs The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Oneida Methodist Church will hold a breakfast meeting Aug. 21 at 9:30 a.m. at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Devlin and family and Ann Hendricks have returned following a week's vacation at Brainerd, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hodel of Encino, Calif., are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lenz, and also at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Tom Devlin. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hannam, Alan and Wayne, have returned home after a week's vacation spent at Brainerd, Minn. James King, 1963 graduate of Illinois State Normal University, has signed a contract for teaching this year. He will teach history in Princeton High School, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith King. Miss Ann McGrew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McGrew, recently returned from Illinois State Normal University, where she had attended a 2-week session of music school. She will be a junior this fall at ROVA High School. Galesburg Reqister«MaiI, Golesburg, Wed, Aug. 21196$ 7 When you make individual Baked Alaskas, place pound cake slices on a cookie sheet and top each with a hard-frozen slice of ice cream. Cover cake and ice cream with meringue and bake in a hot oven for a few minutes —just long enough to tinge the topping with brown. SPREE Diol Defrost Convenience Three Door Shelves Automatic Interior Light Temperature Control Butter Compartment 2 Porcelain Vegetable Drawers Big 13.3 cu. ft. GE Refrigerator with Full Width Freexer CREDIT TERMS Black BrOS. Appliance Department MAIN STREET at SEMINARY II LEAGUE H? AND H CONTINENTAL || PANTS §§ $4.98 to $6.95 USS . Products of Tuffie, I Oshkosh and H.I.S. and ^5 styled exactly the way 1 young men want them. —— Perfect washable In all ZZSm cotton or synthetic ——~ blended fabrics. DRESS PANTS From $6.95 Pure wool or synthetic blends in deep colors to compliment any sport coat. ARE YOU READY TO GO BACK TO SCHOOL ? ? WE ARE! ALL THE NEW CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS FOR FALL IS HERE All the new colors and styles are here. Jeans are a must item in a young man's wardrobe. Perfectly washable. BLAZERS From $22.95 A really great selection of coats and blazers is here. Lively plaids are big for fall and lots of them sport leather elbow patches. SUITS FOR THE YOUNG MAN from $39.95 Styled correctly and priced to fit a young man's pocketbook. When a group of suits has those two things they are bound to be popular. Use our layaway plan, if you wish. TOP COATS from $35.00 Again we invite you to use our layaway plan to prepare for cold weather. TRENCH COATS from $19.95 A must item for every man. Plain colors and deep plaids. Many zip-out liners. NECKTIES $1.50 The smart, neat shapes in deep patterns or solid colors are most popular. HOSE $1.00 & $1.50 By Esquire in dark or bright solid colors. Esquire stretch hose are very comfortable. WARM COATS AND JACKETS Look over this selection of coats from Lakeland, North Trail and Cresco. They range from short quilted jackets to knee length, pile lined, furry collared coats. They are beautiful. LIGHTWEIGHT JACKETS $7.95 Every man needs a lightweight shower proof jacket. Styled for action and washable. PARKAS $6.95 & $7.95 In bright nylon for boys or girls. These are the famous "blast Jackets." ARROW AND MANHATTAN WHITE DRESS SHIRTS $5.00 You don't need many but you do need the correct ones. It's a toss-up between button down and snap-tab collars in oxford , cloth. JOCKEY AND AND == is the best fitting most satisfactory srwear possible. A ig man seldom has gh. Packed singly i three at a dis- •SHIRTS 00 & $1.50 iring Pak-Knit in better shirt. The 1 blended neck t stretch out and hirt won't shrink. AWARD JACKETS Men's $13.95 Boys' $11.95 Comes in popular school colors with white washable plastic sleeves. It's a great favorite with the men and the girls love 'em tool SHOP OUR BOYS SECTION! SCHOOL CLOTHING FOR ANY SIZE BOY! Famous Brands for BETTER FIT — BETTER WEAR — BETTER VALUE SUITS AND SPORT COATS FOR THE YOUNGER GROUP You'll find a beautiful bunch of them here styled like the big ones but priced much less. Slims and huskys if you have a problem child.

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