Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 30, 1963 · Page 11
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August 30, 1963

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

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THE LAZY HAZY days of summer are over both for Melinda Connelly, 9, of Alpha, who'll be In school shortly and Tag, who'll have no one around to dress her up in all the fancy clothes. Melinda acquired Tag when she was three months old and Tag acquired her name, because she was always tagging along, everywhere that Melinda went. After so much of being dressed in doll clothes, Tag departs for a rest. (Photos by Dale Humphrey and Phil Turney) a Si we ummer Six girls and six boys forrhed the crew and performers at the carnival given Wednesday and SINGER SAVE $30 on famous SLANT- OMATJC zigzag models during the value-packed SINGER SALE ATHON rSLANT-O-MATIC zigzag with the exclusive Slant-needle— gives you zigzag stitching at its easiest, straight stitching at its smoothest. SALE S 99 95 SALE S 89 50 ZIGZAG model by SINOBR Mend, applique, make buttonholes, overcast seams-without attachments! YOUNG BUDGET portable Simple to operate. Has guide so even beginners can sew straight* er seams. SALE $ 39 ?5 | SALE S 545« SINGER* l Full-piwir CANISTER VACUUM Same power as many at twice the price I Complete with attachments. ECONOMY ttralfht-ttiteh anode! Depend on ItforSiNGEfcamooth sewing. Has drop-in bobbin, SALE S 24 SINGER* RU8CIEANCR- FLOOR POLISHER Use it to shampoo rugs...scrub,wax. polish floors. SALE S 29?^ FEATHERWEIGHT: comblnatkNi • Scrubs Draws up water • Vacuums IAIY TIRMI. tlTTLl OR NO OOWN PAVMVMT. Ill I. Main Street 343-5019 Thursday evenings at 1170 Lombard St. Pictured as they play a game, from right to left are Debbie Palmer, Eddie. Kirlc, Barbara Dennis and Steve Nelson, with Nonpareil Convenes Nonpareil Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, assembled Tuesday evening in the Masonic Temple with Mrs. Charles Swegle, worthy matron, presiding during the business session and Harold Colver serving as worthy patron. Mrs. Ivy Weatherford and Miss Wilma Weatherford were in charge of the social hour. The flag was presented by George Kennedy of 'Violet Chapter and Mrs. F. V. McCoy and Miss Matiel Hallberg were color guards. An invitation was received from the Worthy Grand Matron of Illinois to attend the 89th annual Grand Chapter session, Oct. 1 and 2 to be held at the Medinah Temple in Chicago. Memorial services were conducted for Mrs. Minnie Caperton, who was worthy grand matron of Illinois in 1940. An official communication was read from Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand, who has been worthy grand matron the past year, reporting the progress of the various Grand Chapter Committees for the past year. Plans were completed for the observation of Friends* Night on Sept. 3 by the chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Norvin Jordan will be in charge of the social hour. COED LODGE Members of Coed Lodge will meet at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in IOOF Hall. There will be practice for the state meeting. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Margo Gifford as the attendant. Note the construction of the game. It takes skill to throw a ping pong ball into one of the cups on the ruler scaffold. The gate registered over 100 on Wednesday evening, with just as many anticipated for Thursday. Also included on the midway were a spook house, a refreshment stand, a fish pond, a pop ringer and various decorations. Scene of the event was the Russell Gifford home. Miss Gilmore- (Continued from page 10) Sprinkle home, 1371 Rock Island Ave. Games were the diversion of the evening and guests wrote favorite recipes for the future bride. After Miss Gilmore had opened her gifts the hostesses served refreshments. Guest Lilt * Attending one or both of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Miss Priscilla Jenkins, Mrs. Roger Wenstrom, Mrs. Lorraine WlUiams. Mrs. Richard Stinson and Mrs. Ronald Tut- hlll. Also, Miss Rita Miller, Mrs. Ronald Carlson, Miss Georgia Nesbit, Miss Sandra Vicary, Mrs. Melvin Abbadusky, Mrs. Lester Strader, Mrs. George Strader and Mrs. Willie Strader. When using a ladder on soft ground, put each leg of the ladder into a one-pound coffee can firmly secured. //I 'tt 'LOOK' to tha Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 E. Main St. for Fin* Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 Week SHOP EARLY-SAVE Galesburg Lincoln-Mercury Corns* Brosd A Farm SEE OUR AO ON PAGE 3ft A GRADE SCHOOL SWIM FESTIVAL was featured at Lakelawn Swim aid Teaait Ctab on Thursday afternoon. Among the 100. "fugitives from the school desks" taking part was the quartet pictured above from left to right. Terry Zeldes, Rande Blancbard, Kathryn Wllkutts and Jodie Baird. Prieei were given for the races and swimming games. In addition to the swimming Id took part in an archery contest. The hour's activities were the direction of staff members. Miss Catlin- (Contlnwed from page lft) Golesburq Rialttt r*Mail, (Sotesburfl, 111. Friday, Aug 30. 1963 11 Attend Wedding Of Granddaughter fn Springfield Mr. and Mrs. Fred StolU, 147S N. Prairie St., have rttumirf from Springfield where they It- tended the wedding of their granddaughter, Miss Sandra Stults and Terry Anderson of Oshkosh, Wis., Saturday, Aug. M. Miss Stults, daughter of Mf. and Mrs. William E. Stults and the bridegroom, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Edward W. Anderson of Oshkosh were married in the First Baptist Church in Spring, field. The bride, a graduate of Hannl* bal-LaGrange College and Okla* homa Baptist University, Shaw* nee, Okla., is a teacher in the Springfield public school system. Mr. Anderson was graduated from the University of Missouri at Columbia, Mo., and was a member of Pi Tau Sigma, honorary engineering fraternity. He is a mechanical engineer for Allis-Chalmers Co. Also attending the wedding from Galesburg were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hagspihl and Mrs. Kenneth Reed and daughter, Debbie. cove which featured a blue and white streamer motif. Prizes were won by Miss Judith Micks, Miss Mary Lee Gregory and Mrs. •lames Pogue. June Party Mrs, Ralph Sparling and Mrs. Richard Baldwin entertained at the home of the former, 42? Locust St., in June when guests brought an assortment of gifts for the honoree. Decorations featured a bride doll and blue tapers as the centerpiece arrangement on the refreshment table. Ouaai LUt Attending one or more of the above parties were Mrs. George Phillips, Mrs. Jack Gregory, Miss Margaret Basse, 'Mrs. G. E. Massingale, and Mrs. John Alden, Mrs. Bert Alden and Mrs. Glen Alden, all of Avon. Also, Mrs. Connie Scholl, Mrs Betty Howerter, Miss Christi Howerter, Mrs. Dorothy Sanford, Mrs. David Selkirk, Miss Anna Lay, Miss Nancy Suydam, Miss Phil Samuelson. Also,. Mrs. Jack Snyder, Mrs Robert Cain, Mrs. Kenneth Keene, Mrs. David Brouilette, Mrs. Ken' neth Pnlatnm, Mrs. Leo Aden, Mrs. Gertrude Allen, Mrs. Dale Catlin, Mrs. Merle Muiwon and Mrs. Dick Gregory. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Full Console At Less Than Table Model Prices • Daylite Blue Picture Tub* • 6.E. High Quality Engineering • U.H.F. Built Into Set • Set and Forget Volume Control No-glare Safety Glass Slim Silhouette Styling Modern Styling Walnut or Mahogany Be ready for full enjoyment of the new fall TV season... and sport fans don't miss basketball, football and the World Series. THE HOTTEST TV BUY OF ANY YEAR ... The All New 11" G.E. PORTABLE TV, weighs only 12 lbs. Very limited supply— ONLY $9995 FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION ... to prove that G.E. is the BEST TV Buy Today. WE SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL! RINGLIEN WE FINANCE OUR OWN SALES! (confidential financing) t Appliances / Kitchens 425 E. Main Dial 943-9900 I

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