Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 12, 1963
Page 11
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New Windsor Couple Attend Vet Reunion NEW WINDSOR - Mr. ttld Mrs. Martfn C. Anderson attend; ed Jhe reunion of buddies of" Battery B, ii$rd Field Artillery of World War I and their wives' all froW this area Sunday. Thq event w ! as field at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hawk a( Coyne Center and they invited the 'group to yiitrri b their home fidxt y^h Mark Baxter of Knpxville 1 spent the weekend with Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Rezner. Mr. and Mrs. James Andersori and family spent Silhday with Mr. arid Mrs. James Goben at Rock Island. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Waliin attended the family reunion honoring Mrs. Mibel Briggs, her son: in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duahi^Mm^ray ^.of Inman, Kan. at Crescent Lake, Alpha 1 Sunday. : Guests on' SurMay in the home 1 of.Mf. and Mrs. Hllding Johnson were MfsL Inez faelson, Mrs: Mary . fiergroh, Mi. and Mrs. Gust I*ete^Son of. Moiihe, Mrs. Carl A. Johnson and s .on Oliver of AlpS Stld Mr; Ind Mrs. C: Oscar Carlson. Lefty GoWz, a lefthanded pitcher for the New York Yankees, won six world series games without a defeat. ELLISON'S BAKERY 144 £ MAI* ST. Formerly Feaeral bakery Specialising ip French Paj|tries f Danish Pastries, Cream Puffs, Cookies, Breads. . DECORATED. XAKES ... DAY, QLD BAKERY GfctODS - '/S Price 9 'til 5 — MSHaay thru Sat. 9 'tff 9 Mondajf* & Friday Owner's , iVlr. & Mrs. Richard Ellcson OUT OUtt WAY-By J. R. WHHaWi VEAHJTHE HIM ME HAl StftHfe K TO T AKE tip eft' *Jms h *u. U JM. 1 .4 m on N; Henderson News Ileitis NORTH HENDERSON — Mrs. Eugene Custer traveled by jet plane to Fori WaWn fieYch, FlS., Jast • week to help her daughter, Mrs: David Lewis,, and.daughter Renee drive badk here for a visit. S. Sgt. D^vid Lewis, who ha*d been stationed in Florida, is now tn Panama. Don Adams arid Garry Simkins, who fiad been working for bison and Swanson, have enlisted in tne Navy and wpl receive boot training in California. Martin Anderson, Harry Johnson and.Charlie Norman were at Kfoliht Peasant, Iowa, the past week* and attended the threshers pidnrc. „ Earl Edwards .has arrived home from a visit with relatives in Indiana. . , .Mr., .and, Mrs. Lawrence. Carter of .Burlington and ;JVIr. and Mrs. Hjjghbarger of Kansas City, tyo., visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd and daughter. Arizona and Evansville (Ind.) will meet on the basketball court for the first time next December. WALLPAPER Rddfti L6H NO SINGLE ROLLS Values to $10.00 Per Bundle Borders and Ceilings extra. FLOOR ENAMEL, *°, ^ 1.49 CAULKING TUBES Reg. 45c each 3 fo, 1.00 RED BARN BEATS ALL Gals. Reg. 2.60 1.99 PAINT BRUSH Nylon Bristles Reg. 4.60 2.99 ROOF CEMENT A Plastic Reg. 60c Qt. 49c WHITE BARN PAINT * "t, 0 ^ 3.99 INTERIOR FLAT LATEX WALL PAINT /^rM, 3.69 niil -AND ROLLER Kpll Full Size, 7 Inch - _____ Reg. 1.39 89^ MASTERCRA'FT S EMI-GLOSS I>AINT 'V;% O, 1.59 MA$T£RCRAFT fNJERIC* and EXTERIOR HI-GIOJJ ENAMEL n ^S.*. 1.89 MASTERCRAFT HI-CLOSS SPAR VARNISH ^XSSfc. 1.99 pi§PONTINU |P „£QLpRS INLAID LINOLEUM TILES "TUS, «_10c FLOOR COVERrH© VINYL LINOLEUM 9 Sf&Tb 1.19 1.00 Round or Oval Willow Reg. 1.79 CLOTHES BASKETS U 7 f. Main §t. - ©alesburg 343-5313 Cuddly Crochet NOTE: caplad a) Galeiburg nawspapai Send pattern ordart dt e ac cop; office _*oy of rnasc6t! ThftS soft: _iic*_ly cocker spaniel Is the hit of our pet. collection. feasy crochet! Loop-stitch pup delights tots to teens.--Use knitting worsted in tan, white or black,. Pattern 891: dirdctI6nf for 7-ih'ch PUP*. • • , Thirty-five cants in coins, foi ttm pattetn— Sat! 15 <5erltl tit i&cb /bittern for first-class.!, mailing , <pjfQ special handling, Send to Laura •Wheeler,', 4 dare i -of -Galeeburg -Reg. isterrl^ail.. 74 Needlecraft Dgpt,,,P O, Box 161, Ofld Chelsea Station New , Vonk UU X^-Xt Rrtnt ;i plalnly PATTERN NUMBER NAME! ADDRESS and ZONE. .NEWESi:>.JlAGE -TSXVlOCkED JJ ic- cessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs In 6Ur hew 1963 Needlegraft Catalog — just,. <. .out! Fashions, turrilshlrigs to crochet, now. Woodhull Horned Hosts Guests From Michigan WtJODfltltL - Mrs. C. C. Kelley and mn. ROy WCaVer of Detroit, Mich., are visiting in the David Crouse and Fred Elliott homes. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nesbitt of near Rio have rented the lower apartmefft rooms in th£ Mrs. Anona Palm tenant property. Garry Taylor, son of Mrs. Frances Taylor is attending a trade school in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gehrt and family of Wyoming were visitors in the A. Ed Johnson home Sunday. They spent Sunday afternoon with her father, A. Ed Johnson, who is a patient in the Moline Public Hospital, for treatment for a respiratory ailment. Mrs. Albert J. owanson, who underwent surgery two weeks ago in the Moline Public Hospital, was removed to the home of her son : in-lavv and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cox in Moline, wjiere she will convalesce before returning to her home here. Orlando Cepeda, of the San Francisco Giants was the first player to hit home runs in all 10 National League parks in 1963. The Black Hills PASSIOM PUY Sept. 29 & 30 Sunday Matiaee at 2:30 p .m. Evenings — 8:00 p .m. Prices $1.60 - $2.20 - $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY ~ 12:45 p .m. Prices 75c Call or write for tjekats GalesDjirg Register-Mail 140 S. 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Even if you should use an unusual amount of water for several days at a time, you always have soft water. YOU NEVER TOUCH A MILLIONAIRE during a full year of automatic operation — or longer. Its salt supply is self-contained and hermetically sealed. Automatic controls restore the softening capacity daily. YOUR SALT COST IS CUT IN HALF. A Millionaire's "bank balance" principle permits economical salt regeneration — developing 1,000 grains or more of softening capacity with only VA pound of 5aIt! Salt cost is half that of other water softeners —often even less. Everything is a lot nicer in a soft water home! Fabrics washed in soft water are brighter, cleaner, last longer, and you use far less soap and water. Fine for your self esteem, because it keeps glassware gleaming, tub and bowls ring free, precious complexions smooth and lovely. Removes rust from Galesburg's water The MAYCO MILLIONAIRE Hot and cold soft water for the average family, without attention for more than a ye*ar - - - and at half the cost per gallon. Fully automatic. NO MONEY DOWN Small Monthly Payments Call 343-2112 WATER CONDITIONER DEPT. for complete information. FREE 30 DAY HOME TRIAL this offer good on the PURCHASE MAYCO Blue Ribbon Semi-Aufomfitic SOFTENER MAYCO Multi Millionaire Automotic SOFTENER MAYCO Millionaire* Automatic SOFTENER- MAYCO Manual IRON FILTER MAYCO Automatic IRON FILTER Plus Installation NO MONEY DOWN *175 »o $24900 $2<50 00 $14900 $«§46>66 or RENTAL of all listed items! RENTAL PLAN You will nor Be inconvenienced by servicemen once a month or bi-mttnthfy or three times a year . . . your Water softener will nee*d salt added only once a year. We wiil furnish a Water Softener to satisfy the requirements of any sue family, and up to 200 lbs. of salt per year. PER MO. Plus Installation WATW C3N0ITIONIR DEPT. OT.'i - THIRD FtOOR

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