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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

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Moppets.Too, Wear'Sportive* Galesbuffl Register-Mail, Galesburg, Wed, Aug. 2 .1,1963 9 There's real fashion news for little girls this year, and for the first time in many a season The Look that is right for mama is just as right for daughter. /But Miss Moppet's clothes this fall are not just miniature replicas of mama's. Par from it. instead, all of the excitement that made the Sportive Look so right for the American woman's way of life has been translated into an equally exciting new look in children's wear. The key words that add up to the Sportive Look for girls are "casual' and "relaxed" — never Now Many Wtar FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Bat, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, •lipping or wobbling. FASTEETB holds plates firmer and more com* t ortabfy. Thte pleasant powder hat no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEKTH at 4rug counters everywhere. sloppy, never fluffy or frilly. Graceful sleeves are stressed, Ai is the very feminine lobk of the lifted waistline and the tailored look of the loose, low belt. And the rest of The Look la pure skiftv my - one fall of fabric from a narrowed top to a slightly flared bottom - a variant, but a new one, of the beloved A line shape. The.jumper emerges as the most popular single garment in the 744 range, almost without exception unwaisted, straight up and down, eased by long side pleats. It is so easy to wear, so uncluttered looking, and so very practical. Worn with many different tops it cannot be surpassed as a wardrobe extender. Taken all in all, the Sportive Look has produced a real new feeling for Back To School, a look of casual elegance that has long been missing and is very welcome back. China once was known as Cathay. FT HERE'S SIAIE GOOD NEWS FOR ANY FAMLY WHEN SCHOOL BELLS BRING SCHOOL BILLS BACK-TO-SCHOOL EXPENSE of books, clothes, tuition, and transportation can strain even the best-planned budget. AN EDUCATIONAL LOAN from us is one of the many ways our financial service can contribute to your family welfare. PHONE OR STOP IN at our office for the extra money you will need to take care of these and other extra seasonal expenses. I C K OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 351 E. Main Galesburg DAVE PATTERSON, Mgr. - 343-3157 TRADITIONAL for school Is a tartan type plaid dress and here It is la the very new sklmese shape jumper. A cotton Mouse sets it off. New Windsor News Notes NEW WINDSOR - Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hancock and son James and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rose of Moline were Sunday callers in the A. G. Youngberg home, after attending the Duane Gel- brant wedding in Galesburg in the afternoon. Axel G. Youngberg, retired barber and former village mayor, observed his 84th birthday anniversary Aug. 19 at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pearson of Normal returned to their home Sunday after spending Saturday with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Leonard. Other guests at the evening dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonard of Chicago; Miss Keturah Springer of Pontiac and the Lowell Leonard family. Chicago Tots Visit at Kitkwood K1RKW00D t~ Rosa Aurora, 10, Pedro Francisco, 9, and Grace Ella Marti Puente, ?, of Chicago, eaine Aug. IS to the home of Mm. Lorena Bryant, where they will visit until Aug, 28. The Puente children's mother, Mrs. Francisco Puente, is associated in business with Miss Shirley Bryant at the Pink Chiffon Beauty Salon in Chicago. Mrs. Lela Caris of Chicago and her grandsons, Pete Caris and Jerry Caris, spent last week camping at Young's Lake and visiting in the R. Miles Smith home and with other relatives. Sunday callers in the William Simmons home at Biggsville were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith and List Guests at Alpha Home ALPHA—Visitors Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tracy were Mrs. Tracy's nieces and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Int Veldt of Marshalltown, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Allen and their daughter Judith of Newton, Iowa. Judith is in nurse's training at Rochester, Minn. A picnic dinner was held Sunday at the Nyle McCurdy home when others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Welch and son Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCurdy, Mrs. Jessie Timberlake, Miss Mabel Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Tracy. Approximately 22 million Christmas trees are produced in the United States annually. family of Kirkwood; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Welch and family of Little York and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mahf and Patty and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmons and Dereck. Anyone having newspapers to donate to the Brownie Scouts, leave them at the home of Mrs. Anna Ortery. The girls will need many newspapers in making their float for the Prime Beef Festival parade, the troop announced. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilmore and children spent Sunday in Cambridge visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newman. Pete Caris and Jerry Caris of near Chicago spent Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grover were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ross Grover and son Lennle. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pipv and children, Terry and Melody, CARROLL'S of Monmouth. Nancy and Mary Stevens, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stevens of Monmouth, are spending this week with their grandpa?* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stevens while their parents are on vacation. Eddie Stevens is staying this week in the Harold Poling home. Miss Cecilia Vaughon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Vaughon, a graduate of Western Illinois University, has been employed to teach home economics at Abingdon High School. Model Vatican City HOLY MILL, Wis. (AP)-An eight-foot-square scale model of Vatican City, weighing 600 pounds, is scheduled to be shown extensively throughout the country in the next 18 months. One of the first public showings of the model, which is scaled one inch to 28 feet, opened recently at the Shrine of the Holy Hill, site of a Carmelite monastery, An electric panel individually lights up IS selected points of interest when each button is pressed. These include the Papal Palace, library, observatory, railroad station, radio station, Sistine Chapel as well aa St. Peter's Basilica. The exhibit, which took 700 hours to btrtld, is owned by a West Bend, Wis., securities firm. Ever add small seedless grapes to a cheese sauce for broiled, steamed or grilled fish fillets? Use grated Parmesan as the cheese in the sauce for delicate flavor. OPEN EVERY NIGHT for SCHOOL SUPPLIES Huge blocks of granite used to build Egypt's great pyramids were hauled 500 miles on Nile barges from Aswan to Cairo. READ THE WANT ADS! AURORA THUNDERSET 500 RACE SETS 2 Lone—$17.88 — 4 Lane—$29.88 CARS INCLUDED Racing here every Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. ^^^S , .. TOYS . .. Kiddie Korner 343-9719 'ON THE SQUARE" GALESBURG Space-Age Lines on DeMura Flats for Campus and Dress . . . blasting across campuses and city scenes this fall . . . smartly sportif DeMura flats in rapport with modern life — wonderfully practical for class or travel: A. "Skimmer": butter-soft Sylon insole with black or brown $£99 leather upper '.. © Knits go into orbit from Italy . . . via Carsons . . . imported hand kiu't sweaters lightly shaped to be softly casual with a sophisti« cated air: A. Diamond pattern %0% mohair, 32% wool, 8% nylon cardigan in solid white, coral bone, light pink or blue. $19 Self-buttons. I O B. Bear Paw pattern *60 r r mohair, 32-'<> wool, 8 'c nylon olive-blue or $10 taupe beige. I %/ C. V-neck •60'r mohair, 35% wool. 5% nylon pullover, front cable stitch pattern. White, gold, blue, pink, $ 1 O black or bone % 4m Sizes: 36-40. Sportswear — Second Floor

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