14 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III, Monday, Aug, 26, 1963 Keefaufers Occupy Home At Toulon TOULON — Gary Keefaufer, the new coach at Toulon High School, and his wife have moved into the home of the late Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Packer on North Henderson Street here. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Behnke have purchased the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Mawbey on Lynn Court. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gould have purchased the Behnke's old home Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may ba blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAID tablets relievo this misery with a new principles —a Unique colonic nerve stimulant plul •pecial bulking action as recommended by many doctors. Result? COLONAID puts your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great I Get clinically-proved COLONAID today. Introductory size 43* which is located on East Thomas Street. Returning home from a week's vacation with her daughter and husband are Mr. and Mrs John Culbertson They visited with Dr and Mrs Calvin Gray in Atchison, Kan Mr and Mrs Samuel Bergin and sons Michael and John of Huntington, W. Va., are spending some time with his mother, Mrs. John T. Bergin. After a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caverly, Mr. and Mrs. William Lindsey and their children Charles and Rebecca Ruth have returned to their home in Boulder, Colo. The Caverlys are Mrs. Lindsey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richarl Green and family of Orangeville, visited over the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Ralph Cover. Tree Counting FLORENCE, Italy (AP) - A special office has been opened in Florence's ancient city hall for a census of the city's trees. Officials want a trunk-by-trunk count to show how many trees the city has, and what kinds. It is part of a campaign to prevent destruction of Florence's greenery. READ TFE WANT ADS! ^VO^f^ ...A CLEANING SPECIAL IN TIME FOR BACK TO SCHOOL. GARMENTS Cleaned and Pressed PAY ONLY for 2 6 GARMENTS | Pay for 4 and so on: Now ... for a limited time reecive the KNOX'S quality professional cleaning at a real discount. Save on this 3 for the price of 2 special with your going back to school or just regular cleaning. Call 342-5115 for free cleaning pickup or stop at our handy downtown office at 332 E. Ferris St. J LAUNDRY • DRY CLEANERS In Monmouth 734-6111 332 E. Ferris Street Phone 342-5115 Calitornian Visits Home In Alexis ALEXIS — Mrs. Nora Bfiggs of Baldwin Park, Calif., is visiting at home of Mr. and Mrs. K. H. McAdams. She is making an extended visit and would like to visit with all her relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Howard left Wednesday for a 10-day visit with relatives at Garrison, N. D. Mrs. Kenneth Patterson accompanied them as far as Mason City, Iowa, and will visit her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Allen, and husband until the Howards return. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Demick, Diana and Karen have left for their home in Tarpon Springs, Fla., after spending the summer months in their home here. Mrs. James Hussey, Mrs. Georgia Robertson, Mrs. Edith Deuth and Miss Frances Matson, of Peoria, spent a day in Rushville. Dr. and Mrs. John Bohan, Betty, Barbara, Mary and John arrived home Tuesday after spending a weekend in Paducah, Ky., with their daughter F. M. and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams and Ruth of Rantoul visited several days with relatives in Alexis and Aledo. John Kehr of Wisconsin left for home after visiting his sister, Mrs. A. W. Howard, and brother, Ernest Kehr and family several days. Mrs. Margaret Medhurst is vacationing from her work at Galesburg State Research Hospital. She went to the home of her son Robert and family at Joy to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Swope attended Giddings-Barton wedding in Maywood Aug. 17. Jules Davis and Janis of Zionsville, Ind., were recent overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carlson en route to visit Mrs. Davis in a hospital at Champaign. Return to St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Don Gallo Jr. and daughters of St. Louis, Mo., returned home Thursday after visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yung. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarland and daughters of Fairfield, Iowa, spent a weekend with her mother, Mrs. Frances Bruington. Linda Lawrence, Dennis McCrery, Pearl Yung and Dave Smith attended White Sox-Yankee baseball game in ChicagoAug. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bach of Fairbury spent a weekend with her mother, Mrs. Vera Rogers. Mrs. Dorothy Howard planned a party and a group of women went to the home of Mrs. Kenneth Patterson to surprise and help her celebrate her birthday Aug. 20, taking gifts and' lunch with them. Those attending were Jo Azdell, Phylsis Brown, Jackie Corbin, Bobbity Clark, Verla Smith, Ina Wade, Edna Houston, Beulah Nelson, Edith and Melodee Kehr, Clara Ryner, Audrey Sharer, Garnet Osborn, Dorothy and Mary. It's usually best to have meat cut in at least l'/a - or - 2 - inch chunks if the meat is to be threaded on skewers and broiled. If the meat is given a marinade, it is perfectly safe to allow it to stand (in the refrigerator) overnight or even for a couple of days. NIGHT SCHOOL BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 18, 1963 One Night Per Week 18 Week Terms We are planning our night school to meet the needs and desires of the people of Galesburg and surrounding area. In order to do so, we must know what course subjects are of interest and value to you. Please clip out the attached form, complete it and return it to us. If there are subjects other than those listed in which you are interested, please specify. • CLIP OUT- Name Address Phone. I am interested in taking the following subjects in the Brown's Business College night school: • Speedwriting Shorthand • Nancy Taylor Finishing Course • Typewriting rj Taylorette Course (Girls from 9 -13) • Gregg Shorthand • English (Grammar) • Beginning Accounting • English (Correspondence) PJ Advanced Accounting fj Basic Economics • IBM Key Punch • Salesmanship Other (please specify) CELEBRATING 100 YEARS IN BUSINESS SCHOOLING BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 119 SOUTH CHERRY GALESBURG, ILLINOIS PHONE 343-1618 0 EASY TO OPEN JUST PULL DOWN iliii EASIER TO CLOSE PRESS BACK ON Just pull the end label and the first slice is there at your fingertips. To close-simply refold the wrapper and then press the label in place. This label will reseal tight everytime to protect Colonial's Real Bread freshness, slice after slice after slice. Look for the Colonial Trademark — your guide to the added convenience of a resealable label.
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