Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 25
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
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Legion Unit At Fairview Helps Vets PAIRViEW - The Roy Miller unit of American Legion Auxiliary met Wedr.'sday for a rehabilitation meeting. The unit made 154 tray favors for a veterans hospital. Mrs. Eloise Mitchell, chairman of ways and means committee, announced plans for a chicken barbecue supper Sept. 21, starting at 5 p.m. Guests were Mrs. Linda Humphrey and daughter. Fairview Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Donald Churchill and family of Canton visited in the home of Mrs. Ethel VinCamp Wed- 'ay. Mr. and Mrs. William McCleish and daughter were weekend visitors with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Floyd McClain in Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Harry Ferris has returned from a 3-week visit with relatives in Arizona and California. Dorothy Wilson, Chicago, and Idella Higdon, Indianapolis, Ind., returned home Sunday after a week's visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. J - Ward were surprised Wednesday when their family came to help them celebrate their 35th anniversary. Attending were Mrs. Gertrude Wooddell and daughters, Maquon; Mrs. Elva Ward, Cuba; Ruth Gotherman, Canton, and Mrs. Louise Ward and sons, and Mrs. Marcia Roberts and daughter, Fairview. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Mickelberry's COLD CUTS dttibfy? Altona Club Plans Style Show Sept. 11 ALTONA — Members of the Altona Women 's Club will sponsor a style show Sept. 11 at 7:30 p.m. There will also be card parties and a bake sale. Women of the ROVA community and Galva are invited to attend. Each member is asked to take a guest. Alta Murmen 's Dress Shop in Galva will sponsor the fashions for high school girls, young and older women. Donations will be requested to help finance the club projects. Tickets for the event may be obtained at Bob Olson's store or at the door. Hostesses will be Mrs. Dale Rylander, Miss Marion Ward, Mrs. Donald Russell, Mrs. Loren Theesfeld, Mrs. Harley Olson and Mrs. Andrew Main. Activity Chart Reviewed for Alexis Group ALEXIS — About 30 women attended the association meeting of United Presbyterian Church Wednesday afternoon in church dining room where the Mary Circle served a 1:30 o'clock dessert. Mrs. William Hunter opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Ray Holmes reported on decorating repairs and clecr.-up work at church. Following announcements were made: District 11 prayer retreat Sept. 17 at Seaton Camp site; district fall meeting at Alexis Oct. 4, and annual buffet supper and bazaar Wednesday, Oct. 9. Mrs. Del McGaffin presented devotion service and Mrs. Fred Patterson introduced the speaker, Mrs. James Ebersole of Monmouth, who talked on Warren County achievement school. CAB Official Gives View oil Ozark Petition WASHINGTON (AP) - A Civil Aeronautics Board bureau has recommended denial of east-west scheduled service for Lawrenceville, 111.—Vincennes, Ind., either by Lake Central or Ozark airlines. In a statement of the position of the Bureau of Economic Regulation Tuesday, lawyer William J. Driscoll also recommended denial of Lake Central's petition for authority to serve Terre Haute, Ind. or St. Louis. Driscoll recommended that Terre Haute be dropped from the route of Trans World Airlines and added, on a nonsubsidy basis, to the route of Ozark as a point between Champaign—Urbana, III., and Indianapolis. Galesburg, Register-Moil,. Galesburg, Wed Sepf. 11, 25 Yates City Club Opens Neiv Year YATES CITY - Sept. 4 Yates City Woman's Club opened its year with a potluck dinner in the Yates City Community Building. Guests were Mrs. M. F. Cline, 15th District president; Mrs. Lela Webber, Knox County president, and Mrs. Clerriot Cummins of Peoria, honorary member. Six new members were added this year. Club decided to put on a dkit for the PTA on teachers night Sept. 16. Dorothy Cooper, B e a Lundquist, Helen Snyder and Eva Chamberlain are in charge of the skit. Dorothy Cooper, chairman of program, announced the bus trip to Galena Sept. 28. James, music student sponsored by the club at a "la- comb music school, gave a talk and showed pictures of his work at the school. Mrs. Webber stressed more community improvements and cooperation among all clubs. ABINGDON DOROTHV WH1TS1TT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St Phone 531 Anderson Gives Observations Of State Assembly Sessions ABINGDON—Ray Anderson, state representative for the 50th District and a Galesburg resident, spoke on life in Springfield for Abingdon Kiwanis Club Monday evening. He related events of the 73rd session and enumerated following committees on which ho cation, insurance and waterways CLYDENE THREW (above), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Threw, 1287 Spruce, attended the National Baton Twirling Association contest at Carlisle this past weekend and returned home with some trophies. In the junior solo division she won a first; in the state, solo and military march, seconds, and in the state, again, a third. Woodhull OES Holds Session WOODHULL—Regular meeting of Woodhull Chapter Order of Eastern Star, was held Wednesday in the Masonic Hall, with Mrs. Letittia Johnson and William Kronsted presiding in the East. NO. 1-931 SOUTH SEMINARY STREET NO. 2 - GRAND AVENUE AT MICHIGAN OPEN SUNDAYS - 9 to 1, 4 to 7 P.M. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SUNDAY. U. S. GOV'T INSPECTED WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS 18-oz. Jar 49c Shortening J £ 4% Peter Pan Peanut Butter Flako Nestle's Asst. CANDY BARS 10 It J9C An Advance night will be held Sept. 18. WCTU to Meet The September meeting of the Nonpartisan WCTU will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Elsa Youngrcn. Members were asked to take old photographs of themselves to the meeting. RED LABEL DILL PICKLES Quart Jar 29c and conservation. Chicngo, as a seaport will be one nf the big developments for the next 20 years, Anderson observed. A new highway from Abingdon to the junction south on Illinois 41 is planned, but, according to the speaker, will not bo completed for several years. He intimated the wheel which squeaks the loudest gets oiled first. The nine covered bridges in Illinois will bo preserved by a bill passed through efforts of Anderson. There were 1,238 bills originated in the Senate and 1,668 in House of Representatives during 73rd session. He stated without the various lobbying done, it would be more difficult to obtain information necessary for wise Birth Record Airman 2.C. and Mrs. Elmer Capitani, 2343 North St., Merced, Calif., are the parents of a son Robert Joseph, born Sept. 9 at Castle Air ITorcc Base Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Duano Blank of Jolict and Eugene Capitani of Wyoming, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Rice of London Mills. decisions. Correct derisions are becoming more urgent, rlue to an evergrowing hudgct.. The speaker stressed importance of interest in politics from each individual. Robert Gustus .served as program chairman. Roy Lewis was guest of Gene Spork.s. Sept. 23 will be joint meeting with Rotary Club and a ladies night. rison, historian; Mrs. Merfe Peek, sergeant-at-arms; Mts. Msttiftt EBony, assistant sergeanta!* arms Mrs. Barbara Mickey, treasurer; Mrs. Wflrna Brown, secre* tary, and Mrs. Evelyn Andrews, chaplain. Installing officers included Mrs, Maxine Reimer, installing officer; Mrs. Ruth Herrick, sergeant-at« arms. Mrs. Maxine Foster is the retiring president. Legion Auxiliary Officers Installed Abingdon American Legion Auxiliary recently installed the following 1063-64 officers: Mrs. Wilma Buttcrficld, pros dent; Mrs. Erma Johnson, first vice president; Mrs. Helen Hanson, second vice president; Mrs. Mabel Mor- Japan-Bound Family Honored at Party Mrs. Ted Lambaiso and daughter Lovina, who, Sunday will leave for Japan to join their husband and father, Airman l.C. Ted Lnmbaiso. stationed there, recently were guests of honor at a Hoinq-away party. Hostesses included Mrs. J. C. Lindsey. Mrs. Ed Riney and Mrs. Max Lindsey. Game gifts were won by Mrs. Ronnie Mack, Galesburg; Miss Judy Lambaiso and Mrs. Lambaiso of Abingdon and Mrs. Nellie Keister, Prairie City. Others present, were Mrs. Francis Lambaiso, Mrs. LaVerne Lindsey, Mrs. Ellen Lindsey, Mrs. Bill Foster and Mrs. Ernie Woodruff, Abingdon and Mrs. Billie Ray and Mrs. Mike Tadie of Galesburg. Visit fn Abingdon Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Bums of Covington, Va., spent several rlays recently in the home of Mrs. Fred McGuire and Mrs. Jessie Palmer in Abingdon. WE WILL BE IN THE ABINGDON & AVON VICINITY WITH OUR DYNA VAC POWER CLEANING UNIT SEPTEMBER T2 and 13 Wo clean furnaces, boilers, chimneys, hot nnrl cotrl nlr finds and registers, fireplaces, smoke stneks, corn cribs, Rmln bins, bnscmcntg or Anything that requires a high powered vacuum. For free •siimato* contact or phone Cole'* Standard Ssrvlc*. Abingdon—83; or Yimon AUlion, Avon—465-3801. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO BE SATISFACTORY C. B. HOLSTINE—Ph. 32831-411 W. Adams St.-Macomb GREEN GIANT NIBLETS OAK HILL FREESTONE HALVES PEACHES 2Va Tin 1 KRAFT LB. 25 PEACH Preserves 12-oz. Jar LEAN TENDER CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS FOR RIB CENTER LB. 59 LOIN CENTER LB. 69 Hl-C PARTY Punch CORN cL" 6 5 1 00 RAGGEDY ANN SYRUP — 49( MISSION BRAND CATSUP Packed by Del Mont* 7 a" $ 1.00 BALLARD or PILLSBURY BISCUITS 3 2.9c COUNTRY'S DELIGHT AMERICAN Sliced CHEESE X 1 4"*1.00 7 ' H.00 CUDAHY'S GOLD COIN COLORED OLEO QUARTERS LB. RED 46-OZ. TIN POTATOES BUTTER-NUT BLEND LEAN BONELESS BEEF STEW „, 59C FRESH LEAN Lb. PORK STEAK 39c LEAN FRESH HAM STEAK ib 591 BEEF SHORT STEAK . b 79C YOUNG TENDER BEEF LIVER . b . 39c FRESH GROUND Lb. HAMBURGER 49c 3 lbs. for $1.25 ROYAL GELATIN Asst. Flavors LIBBY'S CREAM STYLE GOLDEN CORN 303 T«n__ 6 $ 1.00 DD ATU NEW PACK CHOCOLATES DI\AVn ARE IN NOWI ALL MEAT SKINLESS WIENERS 3 E $ 1.10 ALL MEAT SLICED BOLOGNA Lb. 39* RATH MULBERRY SLICED BACON 2-& 59c WEBB COFFEE 10-LB. BAG 20-LB. BAG 2-LB. TIN 3-LB. TIN YELLOW Onions S 19c Apples ARE HERE RED DELICIOUS GOLDEN DELICIOUS JONATHANS 3 P k 9 «. 25l OPEN SUNDAYS _ CERTIFIED RED LABEL Flour WITH THIS COUPON AND $5.00 ORDER OR MORE 5 19c HI-LO COUPON - EXPIRES SEPT. 15th

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