Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 14
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T 14 Gotesburo RegisterrMail,,Golesburo, 111. Thursdoy, Aug, 29, 1963 Smithshire Postal Service Hours Listed SMITHSHIRE - Sept. 2 being Labor Day, the Smithshire Post Office will be opened from 7:30 fo 8:30 a.m. There will be an incoming and outgoing mail at thai time. Miss Brcnda Kerr of Middletown. Iowa, spent last week with her cousin, Miss Vickie Carlson, and grandmother, Mrs. Orilla Anderson. Todd Hilton of Burlington spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hilten. Mr. and Mrs. \ Glenn Brent and daughter, Mrs. Adrian Frazier, spent one day last week at Iowa City, where Brent went for a checkup. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritz are the parents of a girl Robin Gayle, born Monday night at Monmouth Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Estes, Mr. and Mrs. John Casteel, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCollum and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thomas and family, spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr; arid Mrs. Dwight Estes at Silvis. Mrs. Leone Anderson of North Henderson spent a day recently with Mrs. Ruby Kimery. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Erlandson and family returned last week after a weeks trip in Wisconsin, Michigan and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Carder spent Sunday at their daughters, Mrs. Charles Boone and family at Rutledge, Mo. Mrs. Boone and baby son Preston accompanied them home for a week's visit. Mrs. Mildred Dowell and mother, Mrs. Lena Tinsman went to Coal City Friday and spent the weekend with Mrs. Ruby McMillian. Mrs. Lyle Livermore of Roseville with her mother, Mrs. Lucy Smith, called * on friends here last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cham- REASON It's not hard to figure out why the daily 1 newspaper is America's top advertising medium. Eight out of ten households read a newspaper on an average day. People like the advertising and regard it as shopping news. They use it, clip it, buy from it. Stands to reason advertisers rely so much on newspapers. More People Do More Business Through Newspapers SWEETIE PIE By Nadinc Seltzer "At of this moment, you Just gava up di»eu» throwing!" bcrs of. Alton spent last week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and : Mrs. Herbert Stewart. Set Supper The annual fried chicken supper will be held Sept. 10 at Liberty Hall. Serving will begin at 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen and children, Preston, Susan and Jennifer, visited with the former's brother and sister, William Allen and Mrs. Robert Gunter and families at Homewood from Friday until Sunday. News Notes Of Gilson GILSON — Mrs. Innis Putnam is a patient in the Cottage Hospital; Mrs. Geneva Dalton is in St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Putnam and family and Walter Lindahl spent several days in Wisconsin on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodley Marjorie and Debbie of Costa Mesa, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snell attended the Snell reunion at Henderson Hall Sunday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs., Harry Westfall in Galesburg. The Woodley family was dinner guests Monday of Mrs. Evelyn Westfall. Mr. and Mrs. David Needham, Colena and Joseph of Aledo were callers at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Westfall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snell visited Slip into weightless sensation , . , Warner's Stretchstrap Bandeau bra with permanently pleated marquisette lined cups . . . it's the new Stretchbra® by Warner of nylon-lycra® spandex — does as much for your bustline as stretch pants do for your legs. Everything stretches except the pretty nylon cups. Straps stay where you put them — up or down. The lowest back ever! $g Q g White; 32-36A cup, 32B-40C cups. 2 •* & Also available in , , , cotton $3 .95; Foundations — Second Floor Doubly Smart PRINTED PATTERN 4985 SIZES &*k NOTE: Send pattern orderi direct to New York. Watch addresa below. Orderi will NOT be accepted at Galeiburg newspaper office GO BASIC by day in the high- neckline version—go FEMININE for dinner in the scooped stylo with graceful, scarf tie. Styled-to- slim. Printed Pattern 4985: Half Sizes 12V.., 14'/ 2 , 16>,i. 18'/ 3 , 20'/ a , 22'/., 24'/ 2 . Size 16 Vi takes 3'/ a yards 39-inch. FIFTY CENTS in coin* toi tnis pattern—add IS cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Register- Mail. 411, Pattern Dept. 243 W 17th St., New Vork 11, N V Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE? SIZE and STYLE NUMBER PATTERN FREE I Mail coupon Inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now I Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for CataJog. with the Phil Snells near Wataga Saturday, and stopped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Everett Westfall in Galesburg Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rice and family of Cameron were callers at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brush Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Walker have moved to California. Anniversary Celebrated At Ellisville ELLISVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sullivan and son Phillip entertained other members of their family at dinner Sunday on the occasion of the birthday of Mrs. Sullivan. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard White and children of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sullivan and son of Bellevue; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and children of Pekin and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wagner and Timmie. Ellisville Briefs Mrs. Martha Chatterton returned home Tuesday from North Carolina after spending two weeks at the home of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Becherer and to get acquainted with her new grandson Kenneth Todd, born Aug. 18. The mother is the former Carolyn Chatterton. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Zimmerman and son Garry Saturday were at a Galesburg clinic where Garry had his cast on his foot changed. He received an injury while at work recently. Mr. and Mrs. Berton Cattron celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Aug. 25. They have five children, Harold of Elgin, Carl of Ellisville, David, Linda, and Thelma at home. The children were all present at the family dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edwards and family of Cuba and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weaver and family of Farmington spent Sunday with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tourtillott. The Birthday Club met for an all-day meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. Florence White as hostess. A carry-in dinner was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simmons reported that their son Sheldon of Pekin is able to go back to work after being a patient in a hospital for some time. At Beckner Home Mr. and Mrs. Owen Beckner of Abingdon and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brooks of Roseville were Sunday visitors at the Howard Beckner home. Verwin Griffith of New York City has returned to his home after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Cooper were callers in Ellisville at the home of his brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Young and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Markley. Rev. and Mrs. Howard Schaar of Fairview were recent callers at the Bert Zimmerman home. They report Mrs. Schaar's father, Vernon Kuehn, broke a bone in his foot. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cameron are the parents of a son born at the Graham Hospital Aug. 23. He has been named Robert Thomas. They are the parents of another son Michael. Newton Cooper, Fairview and Mahlon Mowery, Cuba were callers at Bert Zimmerman's home recently. Mrs. Bernice Solotto of St. David visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Griffith, Saturday. Any mint flavoring in the house? Flavor chocolate milk with it, add scoops of chocolate ice cream and you'll have a dream offering for teen-agers or oldsters. 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