Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 10
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
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tO Gatesburq fteaister^Moil, Ggjesburg,. jlj. . Wed, Sept,Jj, J. ,963 JV. Henderson Home Hosts Meal Guests NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. VVilber Hurtles entertained guests * a hamburger fry Lfbor Day. They were Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Hiet of Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Chet Hiet of Moline; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wenstrom and daughter Lori of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Connie, Dana and John Hurtles. North Henderson Briefs Mrs. Richard McCaw entertained gir"~ of the third and fourth room of the North Henderson School honoring their daughter, •Judy on her eighth birthday Wednesday. Judy received gifts and cards. Tlnse attending were Brenda Porter, Susan Cappel, Ruth Ann Nail, Joy Brown, Susan Miller and Kathy Cline. Miss Pearl Yung, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yung, lias entered the School of Nursing at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Alice Armstrong recently entertained guests for coffee. They were Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Lois Allgeyer. Mrs. Waif red Swanson, Mrs. John McKeague and Mrs. Charlie Neman. Mr. and Mrs. Larr„ Wenstrom and daughter Lori of Galesburg are st-ving a fe"' days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Hurries. * " minor surgery Tuesday at Cottage Hospital and was later released to the home of her grandparents. Returns Home Mrs. T i 11 i e Humes returned home Wednesday after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Mildred Peterson at Galesburg. On Sunday they were dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherman. Mrs. George Speirer is a patient at the Moline Public Hospital .where she had surgery Thursday. Mrs. Lillie Strausberg of LaGrange; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tornquist, Mrs. Alice Armstrong and L Tornquist drove to Bishop Hill Sunday and visited the old church and other places. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olson went to Minneapolis, Minn., to take their granddaughter Terri Eno to her home after a week's visit here. OUT OUR WAY-B? J. ft. Williams READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! TICKET Information The Black Hills PASSION PLAY Sept. 29 & 30 Call or Write Galesburg Register-Mail 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 Birthdays Celebrated At Raritan RARITAN — Tommy Gearhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gearhart, celebrated his eighth birthday Aug. 30 His mother took decorated cupcakes and candy to school at recess time for the boys and girls in his room. In the evening, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ray of Roseville, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gearhart had supper with him, along with his brothers Larry and Jerry and parents. Tommy received many gifts and cards. His brother Larry had a birthday Aug. 15, and his mother Aug. 26. A supper was held for all three at the Raymond Gearhart home Aug. 25. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ray of Roseville and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Overstreet and family, Andrea, Denny, and DeAnn, Wayne and Jerry Gearhart. Hold Surprise Party A surprise gathering was held Aug. 31 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Corteylou when their children and their families gathered at their home to help them celebrate the birthday of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Corteylou. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Doren Corteylou and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Corteylou and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schroeder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and sons. Mrs. Corteylou received many gifts. At Rothzen Home Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Dick ^rown were guests at dinner Sept. 1 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rothzen and family. The occasion honored the birthdays of Mrs. Donald Rothzen, whose birthday was Aug. 31, Mrs. Ferguson 's Aug. 28, and for Ronald Rothzen's Sept. 12. Raritan Brief* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cook and John Cook attended the wedding of their niece, Judith Ann Cook and Thomas G. Smith at the First Methodist Church in Burlington Sept. 1. Lamar Johnson has returned home following a 2-week stay in the home o f his brother Donald and family at Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cole of Burlington, were supper guests Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Lillian Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Logsdon of Galesburg spent a weekend In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Mrs. Frank Waddill spent Sept. 2 in the Adolph Dahl home near LaHarpe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duncan entertained their sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Duncan and son Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and daughter Susan at supper in their home Sept. 2. John Cook of Chillicothe, Mo., was a guest at dinner Sept. 2 in the Regie Cook home. Mr. and Mrs. James Lauver and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waring were guests at supper in the Cook home. Fairview Group Honors Student FAIRVIEW — Bill Lindstrom was a guest of honor Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watkins and son of London Mills. Lindstrom soon will leave for Kenosha, Wis., where he will attend Carthage College again this year. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Galen Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mitchell and family, Mi", and Mrs. Everett Mitchell and family and Mr. and Mrs. B. Lindstrom and Christy Jo. HERE'S THE PICK OF THE CROP IN FALL CASUALS! Here's a harvest of color*-a bumper crop of the most comfortable casuals you ever saw in a peck of new Fall styles. Called Hush Puppies! Made of $0^ supple, water resistant pigskin. A few strokes of an ordinary wire brush keeps them clean as new. Each cushion crepe sole shoe weighs less than 12- ounces. Four widths, women's sizes 341. How do you like them apples? from 8.95 Hush Puppies' *— - I I * KB BREATHIN' BRUSHES PIGSKIN CASUAL SHOES St WOLVtSINE otmaM. Hill ARCADE BLPG. 342.1313 GAIESBURG, III. N. Henderson Recital Is Presented NORTH HENDERSON - Mrs. Everett Winkler recently presented her music pupils in a piano and organ recital. They were Terri McKeague, Mary and Frances Olson, Diane and Nancy Devlin, Jeanie Jones, Kim and Trecia Winkler, Les Anderson, Danny and Larry Young- strand, Mark Mathis, Ron Hunt, Don and Gregg Coe and Julia Winkler. The recital was held at the Zion Lutheran Church. Mrs. Owen Nail, David . nd Ruth Ann and Lee Tornquist spent] a day at the home of Mr. and [ Mrs. Richard tfdfnquist at Kewanee. They helped them move to a larger house in Kewanee. Mrs. Lillie Strausberg of LaGrange is visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tornquist. Mrs. William Nail accompanied her cousin, Mrs. Lester Campbell to her home in Kansas City Wednesday. Mrs,. Nail also will visit relatives in Ottawa, Kan. and Bedford, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Norman were supper guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott at Alexis. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nelson of Ophiem. They helped Mrs. Norman celebrate her birthday. SALE! Our Best Selling Latex Wall Paint now at this Low, Low Price Drlet In Z0 Minutes TOPII Clean In Water SAVE 1.00 a gallon 99 GAL. Regularly S.99 • No Spatter • No Muss • No Fuss • Completely Odorless Patti Painter will show you how easy it is to brush or roll it on in minutes. Magi- color's Rubberized Latex is so easy to use. With no painting experience at all you can have a professional looking spring-fresh room in just one morning. Leave it to Magicolor for colorful one-coat results that save you '/2 and more in time and material. Large color selection. Repeatedly Wothgblt Obtainable Only at our MAGICOLOR PAINT CENTER. Let Patti and Perry Painter give you their expert counsel on your painting and decorating problem!. re FLOOR G.T< SALE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Reg. $349.95 3-Piece Nylon Frieze Sectional. $249.95 3-Piece Brown or Beige Sectional. $259.95 2-Piece Sectional, Matching Table. $249.95 Sofa and Chair, beige, brown, green. $249.95 International Custom Sofa, beige. $299.95 88" Sofa, loose cushions, dacron filled. $269.95 84" Early American Sofa, nylon tapestry. $279.95 Heart Shaped Sofa, Early American. $ 79.95 6-Piece Dinette Set, 36" Table. $129.95 6-Piece Dinette, 42" table, 2 leaves. $219.95 Hide-a-Beds, nylon covers. Assorted colors. $ 89.95 Berkline Brown Vinyl Swivel Rocker. $109.95 Berkline Beige 100% Nylon Swivel Rocker. $ 79.95 Berkline Brown Vinyl Straight Chair. $ 59.95 Assorted Swivel Rockers. $ 39.95 Turquoise Straight Chair. $ 89.95 Swivel Rockers, green and beige. $ 59.95 Early American Swivel Rockers. $109.95 Early American Recliner. $129.95 Danish Modern Sofa and Chair. $159.95 Danish Modern Living Room Set, 6 Pieces. $149.95 2-Piece Danish Modern Bedroom Suite. $199.95 3-Piece Danish Modern Bedroom Suite. $259.95 3-Piece French Provincial Bedroom Suite. PAINT DfPT. - Q.T.'s - DOWNSTAIRS Reg. 1. $159.00 2. $198.75 3. $264.95 4. $ 95.40 5. $127.20 6. $159.00 7. $ 29.95 8 $137.77 9 $ 90.21 10. $209.21 12x15 Wool Tan Tree Bark. 15x15 Wool Beige Tree Bark. 15x20 Wool Beige, Tan Tree Bark. 9x12 Nylon Spice Beige. 12x12 Nylon Green. 12x15 Nylon Turquoise. 9x12 Rayon, Brown, Beige, Gold. 12x13 Wool, Brown. 8.5x12 Nylon, Gold Tweed. 12x19.10 Wool, Brown. $288°° $188°° $2l8oo $188°° $188°° $198oo $19300 $208°° $ 58©o $ 98°o $168°° $ 68°° $ 78°° $ 58°° $ 48°° $ 28°° $ 58°° $ 38°o $ 88°° $ 98 00 $138oo $ 9300 $168°° $208 00 $H8oo $14300 $19300 * 68 90 $ 9300 $11300 $ 1300 *108 00 $ 5300 $15300

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