Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 15
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
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Belmont Vacationers Return Home BELMONT—Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike and Jerry and Miss Doris Tieken of Monmouth re* turned Sunday from a vacation at the Pine Harbor Resort at Spoon* er, Wis. Mr. and Mrs, George Kauzlarich, Sail, Toni and Cynthia returned Sunday from a vacation at the Sunny Shores Resort near Grand Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rowley and Kathryn entertained Mrs. L. E. Murphy of Monmouth Sunday and later they called on their sister, Mrs. Grace Kellogg, and brother, Dr. Boyd Ditto in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nel* son and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Colclasure in Aledo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wait and daughters Janet and Marjorie of Alliance, Neb., visited Mr. and •Mrs. Rilious Anderson recently fand all were callers In Aledo last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson entertained the following women at her home: Mrs. Meade Nelson, Mrs. Lester Colclasure, Mrs. Nan Anderson, Mrs. Irvin Anderson and Mrs. Hylma Anderson, of Aledo, Mrs. Andy Anderson of Seaton and the Herb Wait family of Alliance, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ricketts and children and Glen Ricketts of Joy visited a few days with the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Charles flassler and family at Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ricketts and family of Elgin and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Good* gion and Betty in Chicago. They also visited the zoo at Brookfield and points of interest in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. James Free and sons spent several days the past week at the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs^ Harry Butnam of Roselle, and her uncle and aunt, Nylon Tricot Slip. Em* broidery and nylon lace tririn. Proportioned sizes. White. $2.98 Lace and Satin Appli­ que on Nylon Tricot Slip, (below). Proportioned sizes. White. $3.98 Buy for Less and Charge It Fine Lingerie • ***** up 9 H«m 5 %. 08 Skirt lintri $3.98 *• A* KNOWN BRANDS COST NO MORE 244 E. MAIN GAUSBURG Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith of Mount Prospect. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Campbell and children and Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and family of Little Vork spent Wednesday in Springfield and New Salem visiting points of interest. A number of young folk from the Methodist Church attended the retreat at Ursa last week. Mrs. Paul Dreher was a chaperon. Mrs. Richard Ballard received word from the Harold McNeil family that they are living at this address: 1431 E. 88th Ave., Thornton, Colo. p. P. Purlee of Monmouth will celebrate his 94th birthday Sept. 1. His address is 718 N. Third St., Monmouth, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Pete McKay and daughter Mrs. Ethel Barone of Chicago attended a picnic at Monmouth Park Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Madison and children of California. From Spooner Lake Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson and Mr. and Mrs. William Boruff of Seaton returned home Friday from their vacation on Spooner Lake, Wis. They also called on the George Kauzlarich family and the Edwin Lindeman family at the Sunny Shores Resort at Grand Rapids, Minn., and the Earl Davis family at the Breezy Point Resort at Osage, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith entertained the following Friday: Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Waugh, Mr. and Mrs. James Hottle, Mrs. Ruth Heck, Berton Addleman, John Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Waugh in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Ivan Waugh. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ranney and the John Sandona family vis ited the Robert Saravalli family in Columbus, Ohio, recently. Bobby Saravalli accompanied the Ranneys home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith and family attended the Des Moines fair the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Campbell and family and Mrs. Edward Smith and Kerry attended a fish fry at the Delabar Park Wednesday. ' Robert Laird of LaSalle and George Laird spent last week in Michigan. They called on Rickard Mumey at Detroit and visited Mackinac Island. Edward Smith attended the Minnesota State Fair Sunday through Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mykytiuk of Evergreen Park visited Jerry Shike at the Merlin Shike home Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lee and children of Kirkwood were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fredrickson, John and Darlene picnicked at Nauvoo Sunday. They called on Axel Fredrickson at the Warren County Home and Mrs. Lawrence Fredrickson at the Rolland Terpening home near Larchland. Leaves Hospital Mrs. Lawrence Fredrickson, who entered Monmouth Hospital Tuesday, was dismissed Friday and went to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Terpening near Larchland. Timmy and Danny Fredrickson are staying at the Terpening home also. Joan and Larry Johnson of Roseville were Sunday callers at the Robert Hale home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Streets near Keithsburg. DeAnne and Mark Lee of Kirkwood spent Saturday night at the Merlin Shike home. Mrs. Dwight Ricketts and children were Friday callers at the home of Mrs. Lee Hughes in Aledo. Denise Ricketts remained at the Hughes home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rowley and Kathryn and Mrs. Myrtle Ash at dinner Saturday at the Oaks near Milan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hughes and Roger of Aledo and the Cecil Karnes family of Moline were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Ricketts. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ricketts and children of Aledo. The annual Ranney-Smith-Gates reunion will be held at the BeJ- mont Church Sept. 8. Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Hale of Seaton were Sunday callers at the Robert Hale home. Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and sons spent a few days visiting places near St. Louis, Mark Twain's Cave, St. Louis Zoo, Art Museum in Fort Park and attended the Cinerama. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Dowell of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Dowell and family of Roseville spent Sunday at the Daryl Dowell. Mrs. Mable Dowell of Monmouth is visiting in the Dowell home. Miss Arlene Kinslow of Ma- JMOBY ON Opening Bid Makes the Hand By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. If South had been the dealer, he would probably have reached his four spade contract without any adverse bidding and he almost surely would have tried the heart finesse and gone down. NORTH * A97 V AQ652 • 86 + 842 EAST (D) e >53 VK10 • KQ10 97 + KQ103 SOUTH AKQJ108 983 » A2 + A785 Both vulnerable East South West North WEST *642 V J974 • J543 + J9 1 • '• 1 * Pass Pass 3 e> Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• 3 2 A 4* Fortunately for South ne was second hand. He reached four spades, but there had been an opening diamond bid by East. South won the first diamond and his analysis of the lead was low from four to the jack. A review of the bidding marked East with the king of hearts as part of his opening bid, so South was certain that the heart finesse would not work. Then how was he going to make the hand? One way would be. to take the heart finesse anyway and then hope to break the hearts 3-3 so as to set up two heart tricks in dummy, but South saw a better way. He assumed that trumps would break 4-2 and in that case he didn't really care if comb spent Friday with Mrs. Ben Board. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fredrickson, Diane, Will and Chris, spent Friday at the Brookfield Zoo and visited various points of interest in Chicago Saturday. Sunday, they visited the White Pines State Park, Palisades State Park, Starved Rock and called on Miss Phyllis Fitzgerald of Albany. Cook Family Hm Reunion CANTON—Cook relatives held their reunion Sunday at Big Creek Park at Canton, with 53 members attending. Officers were elected for next year's reunion to be held the first Sunday before Labor Day at Lake Storey. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hick, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bohanan and family, Mr. anJ Mrs. Ora Coon Jr. and family, Ralph Coon and son, Mrs. Ora Coon Sr., Farmington; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Craig and family, Darryl Harrison, Knoxville; Mrs. James Coon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cooh and family, Galesburg. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Haynes and family, Gilson; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bohanan jnd family, DeLong, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Craig and family, Taylor Ridge. New Windsor Legion Auxiliary Slate$ Drive NEW WINDSOR - The Women's Auxiliary to George Norris Post of the American Legion, at the meeting Monday, agreed to authorize the treasurer, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, to have Arnold Bonnett, accountant, figure the income tax report for the unit. An appreciative note was read from Mrs. Hannah Thorp for a remembrance during her recent illness. Mrs. Larry Johnson, president, expressed the appreciation of the unit to the committee that decorated the float for the parade at the recent fair. The ways and means committee presented money-making suggestions. Plans were made to hold membership drive. Hostesses were Mrs. C. M. Linker and Mrs Calvin Bredberg. Galesburg Register*Malt, Golesburg, III. Thursday, Aug, 29, 1963 15. SHOP FRIDAY 9:30 TO 9:00 hearts broke 3-3 or 4-2 as long as East held the king. He won the diamond lead, led his eight of hearts and let it ride. East won with the ten and cashed one diamond before leading the king of clubs. South won that trick with the ace and led a heart to dummy's ace. East dropped the king where upon South ruffed a low heart in his hand and drew trumps, stopping in dummy. Then he discarded two clubs on dummy's last two hearts and conceded one club trick at the finish. Give the whole family cleaner teeth plus healthful gum-care FROM FRANK JEWELERS BATTERY POWERED AUTOMATIC TOOTHBRUSH NEVER BEFORE LOW PRICI Your whole family can have cleaner teeth plus. healthful care of gums! VPIM* far flit whols family This amazing new tooth brush It a gift to be treasured because it offers you and your family cleaner teeth than ordinary brushing plus healthful care of gums. Children love it! They never have to be driven to brush teeth with this new automatic toothbrush. Cornea complete in its own smart holder unit . . • usee inex- } tensive flashlight'batteries which are included * . . plus our pastel brushes (one for each member of the family). f IFVA/ JEWELERS 241 I. Moin Galesburg, III. Girls' Back-to-School Sweaters n Skirts ONE LOW PRICE *3" All wool skirts in plaids and solid colors . . . the very popular box pleat styles included. All new fall colors. Sweaters are of 100% Orion® acrylic in colors and styles to please every young lady. Sizes 7 to 14. Basement Girls' Wear Girls' Reversible Rain Coats CARSONS LOW PRICE $ 5" Solid cotton poplin reverses to contrasting rayon print to suit the mood of the wearer. Made with patch pockets and neat fold-away hood. Cravenette treated for water repellency. Choose from beige or willow green in sizes 4 to 14. Basement Girls' Wear Boys' Proportioned Pants Cotton Huskies $3.99 Our own first quality Cranbrook, Jr. pants made of 8 .2 oz. Springmaid polished cotton that keeps its new look in spite of rugged wear. Popular plain front ivy fashion in beige, brown, black and olive. Sizes 6 to 18. Basement Boys' Wear

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